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PROGRESS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

PROGKKSS COMMITTEE The usual meeting of Iho Pi ogress Committee was held on Tuehdny night uigbt lat-t at tho ilridge Hotel. Mr Marriott was voted to t!i» chair, and there were also picseot : — Mtvsjrr. Se-ith, Mm ay, J^JM -;jliU*H!*r -fT Hitehm^jMrtlPTnViscc., Mi H. Mit caell. The minutefl of i he pi tviou* meeting . were wad and continntd. ' - { Ijetera were cead from — | The Poulal Dept. hiaiing ilint a pillar al the railway Ntntioti wns un ucoeaaaiy- ; Tbe liin.ds Dept. in rtference to special Ichdo 04 2, ('ooiiuinblc, stilting f tfcat the cas-« whs now awniting the sitting at Cooimiiiblc | From Ijasxla l-ay- in reply to n re- ' quest to hold Land He*«4 SBnelinga at ' (iilgandra, stating lliNt it wiN rassjsM sible to hold a regular court here, tan should the number of o»srs Ht ouy time justify it being held here the I chairman had beeu inatruoted to do so. Mr. Smith moved that tt e Secretary , write to Coouamble and Dnbbo Stock Boards asking that Mr. Francis be appointed an actin...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

KACR MKETINO. A mcHlii; of tho Committee of the Boxing P*v Sulwciiption Rsce Meet ting whk h Id ' n Wednesday night at tho Bridpo Hotel. Present — Messrs. Marriott (Chairman), fl. Hitchin, A. Smith, .1. .1. Murray and theSecrMsry, Mi. II W. Mi'chcll. The chiei busi ne»s of the meeting was to appoint, auditor' in connection with the recent meetinp, nl«n to crmsider the advisa bilify of recommending the lenovwl of the nuexpired portion of John Rowley 'a di^qnulinVation. The minntfeof theprevicna meeting were confirmed on Ihe motion of Messrs Mnrray And Hitchina. Tho correspondent aa read was re oeived on tho motion Messrs. Smith and Hitchin. Proposed by Mr. Smith, Mr. Murray seconded, that this committee recom mend the removal of the uncxp'tcd portion of John Rowley's disqualifica tion, aud (bat he be cautioned that his riding will be strictly watched in the fntute— Carried ! Propoaed by Mr. Hitchin, seconded , by Mr Smith that M tsars. Marriott ' and Smith be appeiutcd auditors. — ' ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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STOCK PASSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

STOCK PASSINGS. McKwen and Smith report haviarg sold 2,000 weanerH for Mr. Patrick, Myall Park, to Mr. Chaa H. Barton, Wellington, si a very satisfactory price. Owing to the dry weather these sheep will be tracked from Gil gandra to Maryvnle on Saturday ne*t. 4,000 mixod sheep have passed through from New Berida to Muu dooran, F. Foran, owner in charge. These sheep are being removed for grns*. Ow'ng fe- tbc dry weather the town h»K been full of grssiers on tht lookout for grass nnd water country. Several have pjenty of grass but no water. Unless rain fulls shortly large numbers of ntock will be moved east. Hush fires are still burning in the Mockey Mountains, uearMoldng and are being carefully watched. Clouds of ftmoke haug over tbe towu.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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WHAT IS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

WHAT IW WANTED. The 'wanteds' of a new uewspuper venture are uumerons. We want sub bc-ribcrs; we want advcitiseis ; we corrtwpoudents. Hnvu you Kent iu your name as either one of these three yet? If you have, wo tlmnk you aud Imve only one more word to say to you — 'pass it on.' An electioneering can didate solicits your vote and influence; aimilarly, we want your Niibscriptiou and your kiadly influence. We can do nothing without your support. Thk Casti.ekeagh cannot live withont your kindly influence. The subscription is 5h per quarter or £1 per year with a reduction of 10 per oeot for caab in advance. Heitd along your order and become one of the origin.' I sub scribers.

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OUR CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

OUK CALENDAR. With thi\ the first issue of Tur Castikreauii, the readers are present ct I with a risible calendar w hich we tofK' will be rofiKidemi of ►uffVciont orna mentation and usefolriMSH to fir.d h place in Homo corner of our re dem' walls. The calendar Jh priuted in thi*r«-col^r- and is a Hpcc'imen of the work done at iliis office. We would especially refer business pcopio to this Hspcct of the calendar herewith pre sented with the compliments of the proprietors of The Castlkreagh.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CASTLEREAGH GILGANDRA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1905 Without a writer and the press A place to the world is dead. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

T.'.K CASTIiEKKAGH Cimia*ma., Vnwii, Jampart 13, 1905 Wiihonl n wiil^r and I Ik* pret-a A place In t lie* world in (lend. * OFH SELVES. Tiirt.F rlioitlil kn- little nee-l of mi nitolo^rv for ''''« publi'«lin!i. fJilgan iJ.o is tw»i/ihnini{ to tnke its place nsan I'MporlMit ugriciiltnral nnd pastoral ? ^~~~' ^ r.'Trfrr^^nHvreiftW.u.itsolf in fast be t 'mini; one of importance. ThatfrfiriHld . ? ??* sufl'icmn* reason for llie advent of a i*»wnp'iper. Moreover Wf! hnvc been ? cry credibly informed that Ihe rued ? f a looal paper hatt occupied I lie -«riniH» at trillion of p'.ominent towoS|-eo|-lt- and district representj lifeti for home considerable lime. Thin being tliemxp, we feel confident thst the sdvent of The Castlbrbagh will be welcomed by I hone who have in terested themselves in this matter, and, It miiy be, by ninny otiiorw. Wo mny be piudoned for expressing Iho liope, j-'fct here, I hut these impretisiniiF may bo realised mid that the local paper will »?- eeiv«- the- support...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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TASMANIAN SHROPSHIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

TA8MAMAN SiiBor.SHIllKS. Of all Australian stuck raisers none show more consistent enterprise than the Ta#m*niM aneepbreeders. Tbe highest priced merinos nave for many yean oome from the island state ; and dilate -yearTpbaiOeBtml UnOttL M\* been made in the prodaction of »byop shires. This guesses has been manifest not only in breeding an exceptionally bigb grade of animal ; but aljo in dis playing to tbe public tbe merits of a comparatively unfamiliar variety. As an example of what is being dune by Tasmania, tbe following prove* in a*ructive. Mr. T. Murdoch, secretary of the Tasinanian Shropshire Sheen breeders' Association, reports : At a meeting of tbe council of my associa tion,, held on tbe 18th inst., tbe mem ber* voted £50 toward-* the prizes at several shows throughout tb«i rtates 110 being voted to the Saw Hoalk Wales Sbeepbreeders' Association, 110 10s towards tbe Hoysl Show held in Sydney at Easter £10 to be giwn 'o tbe freezer classes *t shows beM in Victoria, £10 for tb...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

[A Card] MI? J.S.SALMOm SULICITCIt, He, UII.GINMU. My. Chas. Bi/sborrow, I. PS.R.CK. (Li- 'iitiftl* Denial Surgeon of I he Hoy* I (.'iillt-gt: of Surgeons.) JD elitist Vi ? t,* ( i'lt»tni!r.t every Second N\ - due**! ») in th-' Month A'i'l may km Consulted Ml. Murray's Itrhlgc H«»tel until I pm. ou ihe following d*y. t& CONSULTATIONS k'RKK. fhil.bo Addre**— Mucquaiie Street, Next Old Floor Mill.

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A Crafty Sexton. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

A Crafty Sexton. The sexton of a certain churoh usually makes the most of an oppor tunity, and is not above giving what he describes as ' a gentle int' to the sightseer. The other afternoon he had con ducted a party round tbe ohuroh, and, despite the easual dropping of more than one ' gentle 'int,' it ap peared m if the sexton was to go un rewarded. In the porch, the leader of tbe party paused a moment, thanked the old sexton profusely, and wished him ' good-afternoon. ( ' I auppofto,' he added, you've been hare many yean ?' ( ' Forty,' replied the old man, an' its a werry strange thing, as when ever I'm atthowing a party out of the porch they nllus asks me tbat aoes tion, or' (with emphasis) the other.' , ' Indeed !' smiled the visitor. And what may the other question be T 'What I calls question number two,' replied the sexton calmly, Ms jeRt this—' SatniwdL is tip»*Atowejd I* 1 SamiweU' watched tb# party leave with a Hgnt*?* heart land a heavier pocket. _ 'Mudge is doing well. He ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

] ? i ' ? ] \ ? :\:. - i 1 : I : | ' ' i ~ '? ; : ? \ \ !?!!'! ; i ? ? L_ i ? « ? L ? ? X ££ X @ S 1? -A. C S — FOB - punTssit AinroxrirosicsQirT WHICH WILL APPEAR When We Finish Stoc«vtaei«i«1 AND IN THK MKAMIUE MAKE STRAIGHT TO — THU -* with you tuonf y aud aecure fonte at a- DONT MISS THEM OR YOU WILL BE SORRY. COMMERCIAL STOKES. Oilffan&xa aftd Oultry tabo&t. i ! ? ! ' I ! ! ! ; ! I I i ! ( ; ! i i - j ! || ? ! ? i I ? ^

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Better to make a Fight [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

B«U«r to Make ? Fifth* . Wh«n tho goo4 knight, IVo Qitiaote hung by his «riat from th« ataUe window, h« tai«fiB«d that ? trutueiKiouii abyiui ytwutd beaewth hw f«ut. tnm-ntly tho thong wm cut, and th« g llant adveQtur n f«ll four iiwhea M»ny other*, before and ainc« his dny, have had mniilar oxpuritsnocN lilack oluudN, iteciniD^ly full of ot-not«l«d lightningn and -Dutter«J tliiuadw, haw |-M«ed harmlessly over our hwt in. 4J*iMiiitieH,w lien 'J e. fv%U- conic, are --ft- n fuu d much leas Uruscfful thau we fwu*ud them to be. & May this not be true uUo in renplw of that iiiuviUhk' e* tut. »l«mh I After much otowrt»t ion' Pliny av(Mmh1 ??- .jpinitm that th'v momont uf -|i*n»!utkHI r.us tbe tuuHt 1 \-|tii»ite iiwajuit -iflM« Ft can hi lonttt d«- nu harnt to upliold that llteory, «rh«thfr it lie true- or uot Nnae -f us will Ik; in *io hurry U» Ic^vu the world -«? thin kocouui. Poor and mvmi »« onrltv** tn*y be in tliu opinion of ucrrniu Uhoun psast uiists, itie majority ftii.l li...

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The Recent Bush Fires. ACTION BY THE COMMISSIONERS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

The Recent Buch Firei. ACTION »\ ibi COMMISSIONERS The Kailway lon)iniMiori«-i have dootded to btihn in the name arrange o»€S!» in retraid to the carriage of hey, atraw chaff, nnd fodder *% »-*re tn e» iateuee donug tlio di«aght, vis., to charge a inmimn* ritft of IQm per traak for the car Huge of jaeli p red ufa 10 dbtl^UT'l IM-ttW'IS Tbe c«'Biaii»M»i«.ii« in ii end on (lie J ?Baarit ?-«-c.-i-ii-ii to -*e tli.it the iim oajaioo kHmH hf t;:vin h.ia .linrrr lia*, ai-d »i.lf (?? tlxtfe who Iikvp i Ciuiuely Miffun -l ihiongfi the tlea ct»O*i of froH by the ba»h Sir*. Tbo fodder will n qaire to I* obtaiaed froaj tba ufureat Mtation frt m which ftoppliee tan reaeonably be draws. A redaction will alao be alloweii where atook bare to be moved throagb the daatraaiioa of graaa by the ire-. Tba eemmiminnera reoogntae that in BMay oa^ea email farmer* and aibon have bad their fencing doetroyed, aad will re^aire to roaow at once what baa baoa loot. Whore Ihia in neeaaeary tbo oammiaeionora will ...

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Football! Rather! [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

Football! Rather 1 The superintendent of a certain Sunday' School recently received a replv from one of bis scholars which, if it did not advanoe Um student in th* ooim'on of his teacher, at least indicated the enormous amount of interest tatan in . the game of football by the rising gene ration. The superintendent had been dee oribing the pronortiona of Goliath, when he discovered that one of bis scholars was stana- at the) wall.^^ apoarently paving little heed tejj^j remarks. --^^'^ ' Jones.' the teacher sai^f sharply, whv do you not o*v attantfoo T 'Please, air, I was.' Itammered tha vouth In 'widf'wion. ' ' Oh, indeed. Then p-Hlkaps you oan tell me the height of GoKatfe?' Jones heeit*i^d, and then'oonfetwdd that he oouldn t. ' I was thinkin' a.Soat him wnea yon spoke, sir, though I've forgotten his hei«bt— 'eeot aj he wof «ey« big.' 'Peitiape tape w«f ?'?^am ^«sber poiat in the ifrripA wijbkv in tertttft! you ntea,' esi) th« susar imMee*, MOy. 'Wbai wasit you wen thMing aboot?* ...

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Education Reform. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

?Education Reform. The kkJucHiiou Cuii»a-ik*ioiitr», M««ki«. hluibba aud Turner, mrr »i pivM-ut trugagrti upon lurir ihiid mid j Bom I lepon, wiuvli will dewl witb teubi kirel, lodaairial, aud oouiOMricml eda vktiou, bnt um» work is not rspectvd to be v--iiip)«H«d tor ?owe commier»blf (?aie. '1'hey ha«» fmbiklied ilif Miu- , ikter «t»h *n lutrrtin irpwti, wbu-li, hvwefer, ooimuiii tumuly ot geneiwl obeanattom, »u«] d« » uot ooutaiu any i at oameudatiuua. Tbe wriicra «aya ».b t it ia 'uot the t a*l mid ruoal ueiibviitie opiuiou of tbo CuiuniiMiotcck, but tinia iNlher hi gi»e a Buff3eieiii mUioaiiou urgotde for oaab forward moveoietu aa aii^lit be aropuard to be imiaediately taken.' no«a«ervatii-ua i«laio pnucipully to to tbe ?Tfctititia in »ogue iu oth«t ooautrim, vt couibiiiuig rhuaeulaiy tr-tuitig, -e»|«ectH»g tgrieelture a«d I craftavmiialiip, etc., «ith the ordinary primai j ptution uf the caniciiluiu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

George Ecl^arardLw The Qllgandra Halrdresslng Saloon. u . ' \. ~ , « III ^^fcp^fc^ Expert Tradesman in Attendance. BHLL* I ARD SA LOO N Rei-o^ni.sed Best Table in the West. Reliable Marker always r j ' 41 on the Spot. A^'i-r T.u ™»... Newsagent and Tobacconist.

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State Capitalism. THE LABOR PARTY'S IDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

stftu e*pit«iisM. THE LABOR PARTY'S IDEAL. Every political party ii destined at ?Was stage in its existence to aitain ?MM* or lest of a notoritty, and the Labor Party it no exception to the ink. Id tot initial stag* It was scarce ly taken seriously, then it beoame an awkward htlannna nnmnr l*t«r nn .t ?MUtted tbe role of dictator, finally terrorising those who would conserve Ike time honored system of individual ism, lest through their agency that system should be destroyed and one of socialism set up in its stead. Now, there are just two questions worth Considering, namely, whether our pre ?ent industrial system baa not been loo much time honored, and whether Ike Labor ideal can rightly bo taken for sooialism. Communities all the world over havs been born into the system of individualism and have bad in the past neither the time nor the inclination to investigate its real merit, believing that under its influence only, ?suld ambition and enterprise be free and untrammelled. But the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

fL/Sr^ ?--—;-??. ^^ ________ _H __B_H _R*^K^H ^H ^B _? ^_L__| ?_? _^B_^v * ^Federal Store, OILGANDRA. Reliable tads. . BS[ Hodefata Prices. Drapery, Clothing, Mercery, Hats, Fancy Qoods; Etc. iiITi V% --?KlUl, — - K SPECIALTY - ' M4r/ ' t |^^p * p ? ^ ? ? ? :. ? * t , IBoot^s A Shoes. , Largest Stock. ??? Lowest Prices ^^-^^^ f ?? - %*.\ ? ^ i i 4 * , t ? , ffilfffil PHRNITDHE i Ulilll IrUllIJ 1 Ulllill UlUJ ; ?:^Pr. SYDNEY PRICES ? iv.ni^ dlpal^lirf bf J«*. Av^tJ Form Mid Tw«u« C»orc», »t ?? Tbt CwUmH^' Offlf^ Ofl^adrs 5.1. W.

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OVERSTOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

OVERSTOCKING The *hort»ighted and pernicious practice of overstocking pasture land j extends to all branches of stock husbandry and seems to be unaltered either by argument or experienoe. The effects of all droughts are in tenoned by a deficient reserve of old feed being kept on hand ; and on a very large proportion of holding* ihe returns are diminished in right seas ons out of tun, as a result --f endeav ouring to run more animals than the country can properly carry. When considering the question of what -\ dairy cow, 11 sheej), or a young bul lock is to be required to go through in the way of adverKity, it should he bora in mind that all the \»» forming i lines which man can put domestic animals to come merely in the way of performing certain actions 01- de veloping certain tendencies which figure in tbo ligLt of functions that are surplus to the ph- Biological economy. When feed becomes scarce, the first trny in which the orgwuHip hIxmvs the signg of a de cias^ed -supply is in i...

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Australian Farming. THE HIGHEST BIDDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

Auntralian Farming. {BY CRKSP1N.) THE HIGHEST RIDDEH. A Melbourne weekly prints an ac count of a harvester near Warnam bool who was somewhat in demand, owing to the scarcity of labor, and who in consequent* put himself up to auction. Ho offered his aervioefi to the highest bidder. The first bid was 5s per day and the workman was ultimately knocked rlown at 6s 9-1 According to the iuetM of politicitiiK. this would form an ex ample of a most iwrnicious state of affairs. However, the workman has no objection to the forces of supply and demand getting to work, when tbe latter is in the greater evidence. It is when supply is ample and de mand slack that Factories Acts and Arbitration Acts are most anxiously looked for and spoken for, and A'otad for. i

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MRS. JOHN BONNINGTON, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

MBA. JOHN KWimrOTOlf.Bwi. Wo r^rre* I* ka*a »? it part tbo deatb of Mra. 1. Boaaiiftae., tbo wife ofMr.Je**Boaaia0oa,«- ffoodealo Park. Oarbaa. where »be reeided for 48 yaara. Tfco aad area* oooarrad in Orai-telaatTBW*aa.r. Mra. Bataiag. ♦oa, ttabafkPl -- waa ooo of tbo bortkaowaSI bfekly nipiaiil ro eideota q| that dtetriot, aa4 a-« aewe of baf bar *«*? m**^ ? *?*?§ tf K^MMaH NffViw MaMflaf ft wimj H^faV daak af MtaaV ?tijUiif ia U» ^ way aff aarateaj aad ajodioai atbaadWMa waa doao, bal aai la aay aaaeaiUagly, aad daatb oaaarrad aa tbo Jay ajoa* Haaod abata. Tba deaaaaad lady waa 68ytaia of aft, aaj a aatWe of Gam. l»Ha%»via»lnd:abaa»aMto K&W. b tbe year 3S44 Mra. Boaningtoa waa tba daagator of tao late Jamea Btowat, am, aba of Caajbrid», Bot laad. A ajmwa»ap fa—fly of foar aoaa a»d three daairhtera are hjflta aba»% iba griaf 4 theif faf aw la HaV kwa. parablofaai. Javtaatlai pareoU, by iba aaaijbJaiiw of tbaar bvaa. cow ajMajdod Aa roaaaat of aai that kaow tboai, ao afa* ...

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