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Interesting Mems [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

Interesting Mems Twenty buUooki of Mr. Bowman's Derowie station, Toogong,have died through sating thistles. Export* of wheat from the Common wealth tbit season u to data amount to over 90,1»0,000 bushels Of this quantity Victoria con trioeied 9,800,000 busbsls. # A wheat farm at Dooen (Vic ), con taining 1,100 acres, was sold last week for £6 10s an acre This is a record price in the Wimmara district (or so large a farm. Ths demand for laud continues in all parts of tbs district. A dairy farm at Glenornnston (Vic.) near Teraog, oocupad by Jamas Wai lace, and containing 158 acres, was solJ last weak (or AM per acre. A farm (YY. Long's), in tbs same locality containing 40 acres, also brought £10 per acre. The sample of Australia!) chaff for warded by the Department of Agri culture to the Director General of Army Remounts at Bombay baa not proved satisfactory. It doe* not con tain lufncieot nutriment for horses on active service. Tbs eoppressed (odder was found to brdenctant in oats, b...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

Are yoa aware lhat tb* Dobbo Show will aooa be bold? Order your *h..w , sail st once irom R. Cam* 4 Co, tin? leading tailor* of Dubbo and the west. Huiia from £i 10*, Troaasra from 1H,O ? Poisoned TtrrtMcPaaltmga. Law af Staap. IstpurHies oflm aaoamaktfi In ths bUxHl until tka* prsaars the m«.»l daugcroas sysaBsoem at poisoatng. The bb pet Us is las*, mgllll s weak easd. and aervse eakaaaasd. Mrs. P. PIvbb, of Ademtde, So. Ana trslia, tends ua kmT akotograph itnd ?»!? .aaaakammi^ £- I TA l^gf'^. 'I asaa t* kan kwrilkkaHas* eaaaxM^ am th»*»«»iii i ?**- I djm* — -»*- i»«-i ae»ata*»,T af i w'sjam*all »«**—» .imrT StTSfaTBi m£?pZ!SZS^£J?*SafV*!!Z* left ?*», awl I wasejBmmf ear**' M *e«B^k* aukeaaJkt ammmv ^^aBB^Bmaaaaadhakdl amvmkat Avar's Pllkv Tkaw^agfambmai safe. Taey eare blltowjmmv-Bfaaam, sad stokhmrtiisi Tata -memw«lk Avers aanaparllm; oaea*%tm»esker. ajaiaj«aTaUi.fc»iaf-m,l-aaa1aBm.ll- ITotico ijil Hakulo Wai son, i.ewsagrat, ,ll GilganiirB, baa liwn appaial»d bOl.K AGENT for Tm...

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POCKETS IN GARTERS. A Serviceable Present. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

FtMKBTS IN CnftTBRS. A S«rvIe«aM« RrMej.t, Great excitement was oaaeed at a meeting of the WesBsn's Bepublic* tion Club, held in the Hotel Astor, Nsw York, recently, by the aanounce ment of an nnwpaslsd eU*. The lady prnairianl pavery aweksalsd taas a certain haokJag hoass, waiek pre ferred to be naoan^hadlakeasom psasioa on the poahstlsss mtmbirs, and had offered to pressnt them with 1000 farters, each nnntnlarag eom partmenU for notes, gold, aad sBver. Several man who wars preesot lor the parposs of rsedhig papers, taared ing the post, Edward Maridham, the author of 'The Man with has Eos,' were inclined to langa, ha* they were promptly and tbcroogBry snabbed by tbs ladies, who Inloimtii ahem that ths gift was in the nasars of a peons bssMawatfoo. The members, with great ssrioaeaess and unanimity immsdi aesly aosepesd the ofar, and taaakad the bankers for their IhangaMal. ness. ? _' Mr. Deakin is over from Viotorie. and is staying with Mr. Baals, the celebrated ntenoforte king. It ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

1HK FUTUKK UK AUSTRALIA According to tk* representatives of tbe AMP. Sue**; ib the vanoua Htale*, and a-ao is Mow Zealaad, the falareof Aeatralia will be very bngbt. Kach one atatad that ib ibetr reapecti'e parts tbi proapeeai were eaowediBgly hopeful ilr Jesaop, uf Seeib Austra lia, in rffeinuglothe matter said lhat when be rrad ol Ike immigiaiiou of 140.UU0 propi* yearly to Canada, be coeld aot bat regret the aaati, be they what tkey may, wkich deprived A as tral ia ol the Dourht ol sack au tuflui of wealth producer*. Surely, be aUded, Aua.ralia cuuld *apport uioit people. Mr. Kdoard Hi-haidM-u, from New Zvalawi, kkid the pioepeiliy of lhat country cetiliuued uuabated, and, *o far as they ooaM look into ibe f Blair, there did set eppcar to be auylhiiiaT m view whieh waa likely to slop ibat progress for which the ooloay had been celebrated for so many year*.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Farming. HARVESTING MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

AuHtralian Farming. | (By Cbkspin.) HAKVEBT1NQ MACHINERY. Tba inquiries of the Tarff Com in is tion have given to the manufacture of barveiting machinery an opportunity for making out a case for increasing the duties levied through tba customs oo tbs products of tbsir foreign com petitors. Ons manufacturer went so far as to advocate lbs present heavy duty on *i ripper* being raised to £85, as be considered ibe eiiHum rate w*a not aufficiently hiRh to allow tbe local vendnr« to compete on even terms with the American firm*, whose efforts to capiure ibn market bavs been marked with tenacious acliviiy. It bas been represented tbat tba im plrnvnta are tiirutd oat here at very In 't- |'r ifli to iue iDt't; but bow ibie statement i« irrnnc I H wun tbe fact that ! -eal pao^-lo can 'hip machines in ooniidi-iaul* uiiinlier- i-- now-protecied Argentina, «ner-' they bsve to torn pe:s Ig wosi ibe.r Auiir ran rival', on an ett-n dxn.ng, u hsid io concnve. Bsfore svl.op an imp!«in«iit hare tbs le...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TARIFF TIT BITS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

TAKll'V TIT «H'a PomU elicited before the Tsufl1 Comuiaaioti ? Moat people prefer bteaded braady to (be pure grape article ; it ia jaat aa wboiesoasa. . . By reseat Casiems legeleiioaa kero aaas is aaaaa ta ?Maasmtad eatnt to ptsvaa* tka latter betag aaad (or besaas esasasaatiaa. ? ? Aa muok aa t par oral of laaal oil baa bees adtdai ta trhiakajr for eipsrimeetel parposea, aad tkeea ako drank -l still live. ? . Tke psaelar idea that dark brandy ia saaatier lo pale is a myth, himisss aaaally iks dark w arUtaiaMy asiaraa, . . WheaasMa asks at aa katai far a aertata kraad el wkiakef , ke kaa ta haeoea* kw ewa owaaoiasaar, or rait apaa tka baa ml y of tbe aaatKaa ; tka Oastom* or tke polios kave aa pawer la interfere if aaotkar braad w aakatclated. . . If tke parity of hreaay, balk imported aad locally maaslaetsred, is iua«*t*d epuu, aa aaattioaal ptetsatioa « ra qaired — tkat, at least, m tke evideaoe of oae aMaalaotarer. . . Tkere w a ktg fstare batata Aasareliaa pare grape h ready, i...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EASTER ENCAMPMENTS AND THE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

aUITU aUKSAMPMlNTB AND ffeB WMaBB MARKET. A arapasal was seede by Oeasrsi Hettta that the oetaasoa of the milt pshodisally ahoeid ba aaad for the purposes of las ssisblishment of horse (airs, which coeld tabs ptass oa ths day isessediag ths hreskiag sp of the eaapt ; aad weald saoa as aUeeded by Indun aad CtntintaUl beyers. It tome steps of this ssrt were taken, the effect woeVd, ae doabt, be to give aa impetut to tbe pleasure bit interest which members m mounted inmatrv corps take in their boms, sad womki probably help them to tern ths tisse which they spaad ia military work to some slight moastary profit. Ths traiaing waieh the boreas received woeU samswaa* tabs ass their vaiea trass tae stalipoail al a kewar opsra ting for the ladies tnlbawtiii. or of purebsssrs astiag uader taessMaasas of thost who ars new saeWveaeaaf la sseers remounts for the ?fajaalam Ooverament. Ths nmtltshmta- of a (air oa these hots weald also serve to impsevs ths staadard of the horses waUh sash regimen l...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ILL TREATMENT OF BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

ILL-TBBATME.NT OK HABIK8. Several eaaaa in Melbourne Police CoarU recently ba«a thrown aa kppal! lug light oa ou* ?-( tl-« chief cauaeaol the heavy infant mortality. Ignorance oe the pert of motlurk has hied callous neglect, aad ntore tuau oue ca«« hak oacaried of babies starved lo death through unauitawi* food. At an luqueet oa the body of a child evidence was giteo lhat llie DKrther, * single woman, led the child hibw days after birth oe maiacna, aitd luontjueui ly got a regMlered ubim U- tskecbsrgs uf it Inahtiifv tii kk^iniilAiM iu tn^A rtduced tke akiM to s kksloioo, «ud it gradually aask asd died. '1 he mother, bmsuIibm, asarrtad a well lo do man, aiid could have looked after ihe child very well if ake bad oaied to. Iu auotker oaae it ?» itaieo tbat ibe police louud tke mother iu s houae wilt a bi«ii aud aaolber Koiuau, allot ? koaa »-r«. -iiukk. Uue ol ibe women was ktt-inug ibe We »tck*' old baby t^uiet by iclliug it suck s rag dipped iu bet r Ih* lulsaloaaSiapiaed with dnuk...

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SHORT HORNS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

SHORT HORNS AT SYDNEY. As usual, ths annual show of the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales, brought together an ex osedingly good ooUeotioo of milk ing shorthorns. Not only in point of numbers of the exhibits is ths die play phenomenal. A remarkably ex tensive list of breeders were repre sented by high dees animals. The milkiag shorthorn is in New South Wales the most onJverselly popular of all dairy cattle. The jerseys do not make a really strong feature of the show : and in Ayreehires, on this last oooaaion, tbe prises were moat divided between two herds. While eat de tracting from the excellent morns of the shorthorns variety, I woaU point out that dairy farmers are sometimes apt to forget tbat their larger frames and beef making propsnsiBSS toad in the direetioB of a very hmob heavier iOalaaaaT ?TdfifawaalnnnlnannnMl amnnHI m% waanfs BBanfmTt with mere sitrnsbtly batter ytaldiag typss. Tbm k a twiint wbieh is often overlooked in summing up the claim to merit won by a ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

e.v * Nearly Two Hundred Years learning the secret of successful tobacco manufacture, ws ars not ashamed of the result as oicmpllflee] la ftbannnnnmmnnnBBHasBaaie^B^B^awaaBnnmmnnnft U'CAPSTAH'U BaVy-Gut It seems to have satisfied Pipe-Smokers the world over, and their SATISFACTION Is I our SUCCESS, and our success Is evidence of the 'well-earnt lesson.' W. D. & H. O. WILLS [ACSniUAJ LTD. lOLD, MEDIUM,.* FULL I, 2, Ac 4-o*. TINS *T£CllhlStf INf'* MAIHC IH AL-MTHAUA. n^B^s ThB leading Machine in , ? J^H^/. Imtndia, America anil ifiea ^BflsaBaBBBBBBBUkHraB^^~r MaaalwIarTr «1 kuiMN Rn ar-Jt ar Pvmmw ^^^^^^^^????BWaMBiiJ' D« rvut-aaa, D»*j Kimw Naaritar U^kfM Matt \r~U rAftMEKH 'rAVOWTK DULLS. H. V. M'KAY, maker. TSS-TSr1^. Local Agent :— *-». E Wise and Coy Ltd HatH^lU'*^11^* JLnkAlJseL'ditfwl 'lh!j£i AfittialieJLa & ^ iewiiTNi iittavn awv Al|.,r ,in(irtT,ll 1 TTO **' i HW-M%om 'U^ SUPEilPHObPHAitS ? * MTO FOR YCUR HtXT V.licAT CROP r ; C^EJ K.P.N. FERTILISER GO. ; j ^P^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

-= J. H. KITCHEN, ^ FecleiraJL Store§ GILGANDRA. | SPECIAL NOTICE. | On April 1st, I will opeii an entire new stock of X laTii^ti^i? Goods. DUMII All ta» Watt* ?hadai, and »tylaa in draa. good* at arias* to aiatal aham ia alaia aad faney twatda, mm, *oi)aa, aM*naara, nnilHu ho^MSTl-tcw at*. IromM to fiu yd. FuktanLLMTtwm la gnat *MM*y alaia tad hatj hot* 4*4 to 1. M yd. Mow iaaftlM M ia afcia tad hacy taaaaUatta., valvaU black aadfcaty, alb la N to fa « yd. Mb i i—i : SffcMdid nag* ia Ladm raady BMdaakitta 4i «d to «K aadar. ?JaJkiac ia all gadaa. Taa LiATaar. Baaaai ia Udwa bate, taa bat lainrianai in Oiifaadn alao tbwaw aad triaMiaga. Extiu Sriau. Ladiw jackals and cloaki Ikt tarca* ttoak ia tova to aalae* (roai. (No aaari* for laapaatiaa.) Oirb )ae«»to aad akaka at ?paeial pnoaf. HoHtllT A (all stock o( inaa's, ivum'i tod ofaitdrao « boaiary. bravut. : Blaakato Mid rap quality (or prwa, tk« lovaai CLuTMXb : Boyt aad bm'i clotbiag, a taaeial wiolaaWga. [ 8MK1AI ''T SuiU to ordar U...

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Cadet Shot by a Comrade. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

Cadet Shot by a Comrade. A cadet named Stanley Alb too was accidentally shot at Ararat yesterday by a comrade A number of cadets were going through a course of muiketrv instruction, sod Aibtoo and another lad named Johnson started to walk hums together, Johnson'* rifle, being ttlung over his sboolder. On toe way home the rifle, which contained an nnvxplodad cartridge, went off, and th« ballet entered Asbtoo's chest. Us lie* id a critical condition in a private hospital at Ararat.

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A Sydney Sensation. A Giantess Nearly Eight Feet High. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

A Sydney Sensation. A Glantesa Nearly Bight Pett High. There have bean dwarfi and gianU exhibited all over the Morld since the d*y§ of the Romani, when gianta of ?even feet and over uied to oontend in the arena of thoae early people. But in more modern times gianteaeea have entered the lieta against them and trial* of strength have given way to contest! in height. Giantess after giantess haa been shown, each tajler than her pradeoesaor, until, apparent ly the present day maximum has been reached with Abomah, an Amazonian Giantess, now being exhibited at the Queen's Hall, Sydney Abomab ia said to be a veritable marvel, she is nearly eight feet high, and her limbs and body in splendid proportion, a desideratum not always present in former tall men and women. t»ho first sliowod promise of ths stature she would eventually acquire when about fifteen years of age, and Hince that time has gradually gone on incrcasinK -» height. A native of I .au i ii ico County (U.S.A.), she work ud on the...

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SETTLEMENT LEASES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

KKTTLKMESI 1 LKAsKS Tbe follow lag satll*m*nt leases will be atailable on Ju»«8^ : Porliouk 1 aud 2, ouaiity Go*rn, pariah Baidar, 1480 acres, capital vales LleOO ( 5e per acre), aunaal real for Bret U-rm LiO 13* 4d (id per aerv), aarvey fee L14 15«, lajprove ?sala feaeiag Ut, olra mg L4 lo* Porttoo *, ooealy Oowea, pariah Bandar, 1764 aeres, capital value LilW las (S&e par aore). anr.aol rral L*\ lHe lOri (;U par acre), sarvey fee L16 6a, improvpakeat* feaeiag L47 Je Tbe abave two satUeajral leasss are 11 mile* (roe* Oilgaadra aad 51 aiilaa 'rasa Dakko ; ibere is ae perwtaaeat amtasai water saaaie, bat weaer suy be ebtaiawi a* *hallew waptbe by sink ieg ia tk* bed of ereak. The coantry M rod sad raa saatfy toaai ; Usahsisd antk baa, piaa, iroabark aaa baddah ; priokly pear ia very deaae on frtwt g ? af parties 8, aad ia spattered over the balaaee of tka area Hick* : I can Ml yoa oae way to eaeept growing - 14. Wieks : Wbat's ikaiC Hick* Die

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THE DUBBO SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

TUB DUBBO SHOW Tke above show took pieos leal weak aad was a great aeeoees. Tka gate reoetpu ihi* year werr as foltows : Kirsl day, iiA8i asaoad day, Ull ; third day (aa to 1 o.a..). Ui. Total, U7H Tbe atteadanee waa aa follow* . r'ir»t day 1,600 , saooed day, 6,000, third day, ap u- 1 p.sv, 1,000 Total, 7,600 Thu total ia oaly aaproaiaiatc Aatong the awards we notice tke (ol lowing ? Btalliea, 4 tears and over, Cairoea' aad Saaderaoos KockUud's Pnde 1 aud CkasBBkoa Filly, lyr aad aader 3, 8. J. Craig I SaaUk Paaeh StaUino, J. Barling's Corowaiioa 1 Posy Stallioa, 14 band* and under, J. MoCalleai* Uule Jokn I Poay Mare, J. U. Browa 1, J. J Marray t Pair Pooies, not eicetding U hsnJs, i. J Marray I Horae or awrc, suitable for remount parpoaas, W. B. Wilktaaoa 1, A J. Craig. j Paay, 13 basis and aader 14, B. Wilkiea 1, J J Marray S Pouy, W B WilkiuMM 1, J J Mur ray 2 Ib tke elaas for boy rider, I). Wng irj, a lulls Uilgaadr* lad, we* awarded ike blae ribbou for bw clever duplay ia the...

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Berke's Drift Here's Death. r [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

Int.'. Drift Htn'i DttO. When tto Zalas broke into the bos Miami al Borto's Drift oa tto eight of Jaaaary 99, 1879, Private Heary Hook of tto Booth Walaa Bataaters, waa in aaaaavaaaa mt aaaaM VBaaaaa aaahMaiaa aaawokaa ?mmbmB; OT «*aOT WVOT aa^aajamjaajfajaf mb/w^b istjiats His ecMiade, Jcka Williama, broto a bals ia the partetioa aad peas ai ia the two paakots who bad escaped MeaaMgais ia tka adioiaiBg ward, aad HkMStwe msaagsd between them to aslaad the ward aattl they bad pasasd all tto sick iato the iaaer dalsoos. Batk rojaifad ato V C Baroasat Heary Hook diad of aoa saatttioa at Qlaassstir oa Marsh 19th ajaJlf H*wao kaowo aa Oaaarai Bailer's -daaba»' team Ma reasMb laaea te Ike MMaaa HaaMi, oka also gained aaiT a ia mo Bate war.

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SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

SPOKTING NOTES Tke well koowu raoekora* Pear ia bow putting iu a wall aaraed apell in Ibe Uulgoug diklni-t Cbarlea Stuart baa baaa baacai at a abort pnee for ikedaaWe, Darby aad Cup, to ha raa ia Noveaibar. Ho wotkdar tka ba- kaaakera own palaoaa. Wkaa Ike paulet* get pallia^ Ikair kraaa aa aeip- w- aaeaika botaat a raea ia daaeaad, aad afar a aaaatk kaiara Ike eairia* are Made, ikrj aie avrtaiclj ?orkiag iu the dark. Berlin aad Celerity are ooiBfr goad] work ou tka treek, aiad Ike* aMata traiaar, Jiasaay JToraa, a* augaged petttag ua tka laai Butiak poor to tb«ir Or peri a re far DakkeBest weak. — ^ — A few local eyaliala are is Mtiva traia for tka wiag UaJajfrnakaaja bpurta, bat are sat ekawiag aaek daak. If tkere aaa aa okincli raea ea tkc prograaiaM we eaald aal ear aid bat ua a oibb*i el okapa kere, aa il -a BtarTvllvaa haw Ikey eWk roaad uaraera, aaa jaamp «far ftaara with aw troakle at all. Cleta Hill, tka great talt-kaaa kalav ?aa,kea tka kouur al awkiag to* More (M7- iu «ua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

ilHAHmousi *~- ^^-w^mE* ^*S J \ aaam. aK- T^^OaaaaaaaV 'Good Shot' Baking Powder FOR LIGHT PASTRY, SCONES, CARES. Ac. D. MITCHELL A CO., Ltd., Sydney A Newcastle, ? »on Esors'tTOin a ftauuetuasaa. \ ? gpaVaaaaaMaaaaMataaBMBjMaaaaBaajBaaaaa; aBvaaaaaraaMv^^M. \ is pure delicious J § tn6 5tren6tb«ninft COCOA, e-^mvrr^ C fl J feupoonfuf sufficient /or a E * j i Sold l-y hII Stortkot'pen* 'nod (irueera. PftCaOIIIMD BY THC MEDICAL . ..„ ., OF AUtTftAUUIA &MNCK 1B9V. ^-^^^k Throa- nni Lv:i$ \ oa retoipt of 4d..MT ^?B^y ? -? -^^3 ^ Mention this pofar. ^^^^^^f^^ THt MOV? PALATABLE CF ALL CMULSIONS AND A «MAT AID TO DIGESTION. « Chaaaaa aad Dn* Slow k H n.ed »ml 4» , f«i vwa aiMwa iiisswoat oeixmv, lto, ? — Trrir stmcst. avaoav. ?oth at Gil. 4% I h«T« BOmetillg SptdUli tn iflHaaaaaV Vaivatoan splendid quality m hofatgajpa, mtmm, forpi*. '«! bloo, pink, laveodor, apflo gnm, mw root an cotta, at la per yard, uooal prioa la Id. ifoaxia*— Holiotropa, piak, aky.yollow, lain* atrip*, to 6d...

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A USE FOR CONDEMNED CRIMINALS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

A USE FOK CONDKMNKD CRIMINALS Thu Sin* Sing Automobile Club (?-.)? 'Muiunug llluatrated') i* in an Auiencan city thai oontaina a very laigti prutou. Iu tbia luatuutiou tberw i- mi t'i-uiriK'iUiou ubanber, where all lh« tioculioni. lor lUv aoaiheru half of New York Stale art, [ crformed Wbeu a criminal u aeat there front any of iliu oouultee to be put to death, tbe urieor. okargee ibe ooouty Uhj dollar* lor the aervioa. Laal year il paid a dividend of 10 per oeul upou tke turn iuve»ted in tke eseculiou oiacbuiery. Tbe Aulomokile (Jluu ban made au lUUirinliug propoHition to the aulburi liea, whioh ia uow being Louaiderad. Il ia that tbe club puruuaae fur §0U dollars aptaoa all ibe ooadeaiuad muiderer* aud ?iperimeat wiib tkaai, lo fiud oat bow aeTere t blow ? niau cau ktaud from a oar goiag al full ?u«ted. Tbe object of tbe eiperiateot ia huotaue, inaaiouob aa ♦ rioua oow uatuber apphaooes are to be h»ed lo (he oaia, aid iaportaut data will be obiaiued. Tke ooafivta will h«re au iLler...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SERIAL STORY My Lady's Way [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 12 May 1905

OUB 8BR1AL BTOBY My Lady's Way By tb* author ol ' MmIiui Ward,1 ? A Long Ltm,' ' Crosl Kindrtd,' Ifsliasa and tbs Marquia' etc., etc. 'Not your fault ? Man alive, when you found yourself behind timo -ou should have taken a special train ' I thought vou would - 1 madr sure - on would !— What'* thai you Hay. Alicia V Only ten minutes ' Ten muni tea in toine case* is worse than ten hour* in others. It was his busmen* to lie before time By Jovp. Ti intrant, vou an about tin* first Kiev t wool who ever kept hit bride waiting t-*n aaoondt! TV™, there -- that's enough— \ ou re here, which in nil that matter* ! We can be off now — where ? Hudson '.' Call Hudson here! He made hii effort to rise to his foot. Lad) Alg- uttert-il ti little aoreani of remonstrance and dismay. 'My dear Peregrine, do be reason able. There is plenty of time. Why, be ha* not changed. Look at his clothe* ' You would not have him married like that ' 'Eh? hike what ' cried the old mail t*ntilv. 'Pooh -clothes! It* the ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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