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river and the Darling, Bogan & Lachan [Lachlan] as if there is any run to be had there it would be more valuable on account of its being nearer market, and the carriage less expensive than a run far into the north west of the Darling.  From the level nature of the plains in the interior Railways must soon penetrate the Centre of the Continent, indeed I think if the three Colonies of South Australia, Victoria & New South Wales would join in gaurenteeing a moderate per centage to a Company that a railway might be soon thrown across to the north west coast, and if the Colonies through which the 

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