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C. OF E. VESTRY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

C. OF E. VESTRY MEETING A meeting waa held in the vestry of the Church of the Resurrection on Monday evening, January 16th. Pre aent— Rev. C. H. Matthews, A. F. Garling, P. J, Whiteman and 0. B. Stanley. Propoaed by Mr Garling, seconded by Mr W hi toman, that all church collections be banded to the Brother* hood, unless specially given by the Brotherhood, all other collections to go to the oh arch food. Carried Propoaed by Rev Matthews, second ed by Mr Stanley, that Meaara Garling and Wbiteman contract with tbe bricklayer, and take whatever step* neoeaaary for tbe repairing the wall. Carried Mr Qnrling has very geuerooa^y paid £8 3a for the survey of the land and £2 2a for the transfer of same

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

PUODICE Meters John Bridge *(*». Ltd., report. «IIoros.— Small and uiedtuni Mied horna inaintainad tbeir position, bat an easitr foaling waa laaaifceted in connection with the 1 trger deecrip tiona. We quote: — 17i o« 65s; Hfoz Sid ;4S oc 41a ; 7 «u 10* &L Uoagb ami Ktaly (Urge) 90.4; waatberbeaten (mnall) 6* liide Piaon.- Still in good demand. Best «7 6- to £9 10* ; Inferior- wet AM 5* io *5 Horn Hair.— Top quality unchanged Beoendaand manaV1 bigber. IWst 84} I : »«-oTra» 31 ^d ; mane 14^d. Cow Hair.— Keen inquiry. IWnt 18|dto Y8- d ; ordinary 9d to lid; ftturnpe r-J to 8d. Tallow — Owing to adverse news from Loodoo, Shippers cvinosd a dis inclination to operate, and as a cm eetMoee taluae of prime mixed ware 80s lower. Ordinary iascriaeiana were sot ?flecledtoth* samaajUcnt, the deeJUae in tbataav of toe (pter nol es etadiog 15s per ton. We obtained , -tl 1m per ton for a Urge T«asoaoian Qhinaatur. bat this was aV excapiiooel priea ana ibeinttowmgna* be regard, ed as rulin...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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I.O.O.F. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

I.OO.F. BALL. As will be seen on glauoiug through oar advertising oolnmns that the above order of Oddfellows iutend holding a grand ball on Friday March 17th. The members of the lodge are leaving no atene unturned to make the affair a suooeaa and they have an energetic Secretory in Mr. E. W. Marriott. In connection with the ball a novel com petition will be held. Eaoh lady on entering the hall will receive a num bered ticket, and dniirg tbe night a drawing will take plaoe tbe first number drawn will be adjudged the winner.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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The 19 years Cycle. MR. RUSSELL'S THEORY A GOOD TIME COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

TU H Y«ars #fdc Mm. KUSSKLL'8 TUEOBY A GOOD TIME COMING. (From the Wellington GAZETTE.) According to Mr. II. C. Buaeall, N8.W. jGo-venunent Aseronamor, the year 1906 U to bo the first of a series of nine good seasons. Mr. Russell's nineteen you* oyclo in ba-sad upon the feet that the moon in its ootirae round the earth move* from north to south and south to north. ' '' * i - -i- - -,n'B south is- njbar« t-njujh k«xki s«wk-ww, imh when tW moon tnm'cs north again, it more or Iomh tlroughty period sete iu. The inotHi has* l»oen moving to the north for tb» pa»t ton years, and, isonaOqnpntry, Awhavo had ton years of drought. N. ' oom Itascocn menc«Hl nio\inr iin an«l for niiK) -c»ih we arc i-- expect good floasons. | Mr. llusscH'ii ugtut^H start from tlie I year 1867. From B7 to '75, inelu i aive, were uiue years oi plent y ; from '76 to '8A ware tati viwura of drotufht, : 188Ti to 1894 werr nine good years ; 'uikI from 1896 to 1004 w«;ro ton yoara of drought. The iigiimH arc Itanoil ' u...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SLEEPER DEPOT [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

THE 8LEEPER DEPOT As stated in the report of the meet ing of tbe Progress Committee an ofioer from the Railway Department visited Gilgandra thia week in connec tion with toe oloeiiig of tbe local depot for sleepers. The officer ia satisfied there ia better facilities here for the delivery of sleepers than at Balladorao. bat it appears that Mr. Wheeler's con tract waa to deliver at Balladotan and special permiaaion had to be obtained to open the local depot, the closing of whioh waa entirely in the handa of Mr. Wheeler. It is the atated that the Commissioners are not favorable to letting a fresh contract until the completion of the present one. The oloeing of the local has caused con aiderable dissatisfaction locally.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SHORT STORY. Blifkins The Sufferer. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Ol'K SHORT BTOBY. IHifkins The 8uffsrar. 1 One warm morning we met BUfkios ^ub a patch, over one of his eyes, aod supposed it might be another attack of tbe autaurosifl with which be bad been troubled. lie, looked anxious aad careworn, and in reanonec to our morning salutation saerwy nodded as be attempted to go by. * \- bat ; said we, ' going by witnout ou« word or one shake of the band f He stoyyel. aad attended bis dexter digite with a lent atekterfiilnaw, but failing very signally. 'What's the lualU r with your eye ?' we inquired, iu a tone very njmpathetic ; ' fell down, eb, aod trod ou it V lie lifted up tb*; patch mithont say inp a word, and pointed to big eye tbat looked- not exactly looked, either because it was nearly closed, and bad a wide, dark circle arovad it, as though front a severe blow -very badly. on id, ?Moaftaiuws!' ? ' For heaven's nke ! what!' we laid, greatly shocked r 'mo»-quitoee did tbatf He notkled. ?Wo adjure you, then, O Blikiost in tin- name of friends...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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About shyness. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Utoat tfc&tsf. Cecil Poole Ip bb weekly ' Mem Oettftunr' in the 'Pvbbo BtspeAeh,' gay* : — At a frieJMty hduae near Wel lington lately, conversation turned on shyness. I said few wero so shy as I was. (Boar qi laughter, of course.) T«t it is a painful fact. The fault is rather a contemptible one, and ia gen erally mistakeu for hauleur. The shy, ?elf-oonsoiom man, is doubtful of his reception, is haunted by the idea that people are watching him when, in reality, he i« often not important «noogh for more than a passing glanoe. But his reserve is mistaken for pride— the antipodiee of vanity. I've knocked about this world a good deal and, now, only an oooasional woman detect* the fact that I am really a shy man. But a shy man goes through some tooTohtng experiences. A relative of mine had such an one. He was of some importance in the world of art. One day, wheu passing through the gates of his place ' Greenhill,' at Hampstead, in eonpany with a with a fellow R.A., a French lady ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

t .n-^oRJ-3Pi Hi H I UIILIVi '* CffLQANDRA. ' Tl 1* LI fl J W W If 1 i Tl # I ' ? - ? ? ? ? ? hi i | i j 1, ; ? i i -^ tfHpKy, Olothing, Mfefcery, Hats, Fancy Gooda: Etc. ! ?CITS Tt tllBE ! - H SPECIHL.TY - ? _,, . Largest Stock. + Lowest Prices, j - j. 1K& .SYDNEY PRICES | Fn«Ud ladl^^M by Jos* At*BU- Poana mmI Tkrii Ciov^, 4 ?? TW CM-lim-gh.' Ofie*. lilf In N.S.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

CHAMBERLAIN* COLIC, CHOLEBA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY HAS NO EQUAL. W. H. Connelly, General Storekeeper, Tobga Bay, N. Z , my* : /' Havo rtocked Chamberlain's household modicinee ©on tinually and feel mnoh pleasure hi con fidently reoommending thoir ('olio, Choi en Mid Dianrkoee Remedy. ThU word, wkisk Is m wtlliaown, afrnftr mean* wttlxwt mMm. and ****}£**, giren to O.a earfkSTkoew. hUlMeir* ?oyeenntry. Without foiagbt* the orifin ofWoWa&huapne. wikl to weU-kaow., II maj be said wHho«* fear ef eoatoadfctisB. tbal tfcb rtbnulaat to a geaeral favorite all over tee world t aad, beetoae of tkie, the eld bottles are gfk» taken, wbe« e«»4y and re filled -rlta$keap, «aw»rilinii fto . Yee ebttld always k«j w We kettles, aad dtfeee »te)beb.

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Forecast for 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

F«*tast for 1905. Mr. J. Harooart Giddons, meUorolo gist, forsaesls for the year 1906 as fol lowf .— M During 1801 Js* rains will be ?omenhst etanty io the iotsrior and the M* of the «**«*»*, and it witt bs lfit — the eod otfiay— before soak ing rains occur in south -eastern Aus tralia. Both grass and crops will tfcejafore be late, but the harvest will iNttrly good. The year opens with uasetUil Wher. The first three weeks theft llll be eonsiderable rain and burrios^|Viods in the northern or tropioal ittMealia and storm; shosren io New leslind and places in iMtpsrate or southern Australia^ i* Tas^fcla, Ia the latter half of FfeV raaryaMLtfiU be considerable and vioteeiiBhTtpQwiiesUrd, the North em HeWlHry and Hew Zealand, also in pM» ia the wiener of New Sofia Wales and Sooth Australia. Mrifoh and April rains will not be heavy Soaking rains, with floods in places, will occur at the end of May io south ern and eastern Australia and Tas mania. Early in July there will be heavy rains an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

1 |;; furniture^ 5 FOR MANY YEARS it has been pur privilege to I ' ^J cn)oy a very extensive Wholesale furniture Business through J out the State, and we lave always done our best to enable , ' A CajUjitry Storekeeper* to cultivate the Furniture Trade, by i 2 publishing and issuing, Free of Charge, comprehensive 1 £ ? Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists of all kinds of Furni ? \ ' ture.-which are obtainable Irpm your LOCAL Storekeeper. , I WE MJiXB NQW Wpra^GEp to place at the C * disposal of intending huferf—throogh our numeroui Cajjntry ( I representative*— the whole of our magnificent stock which { ' J. . comprises the most Modern and Artistic Furniture in alt the ? \. latest and Approved D$sy$ae. The extent of our stock may be - ?»* : gathered from the fact 4hat our Warehouses extend through c from Clarence to Kent Streets, and our numerous Showrooms, I . Ac., cover a floor space of over 39,000 sq. ft. —considerably 5 over an acre. I THE PLAN WE HAVE ADOPTED tab, a 1 Letter o...

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THE CASTLEREAGH GILGANDRA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1905. "Without a writer and the press A place to the world is dead." A STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

TijKgAgTLKRISAGjl Oiloaxpba, Fbioat, Jamdabt 27, 1906 Without a writer and the press ▲ plaoe to the world it dead. A STRUGGLE FOB FREEDOM. Til cable news oe the pMt week has been of the moat sensational character. Deiaila of the p pular insurrection in the Rataian Empire have oaat all other news of the world into the shade, even | the war ioolnded. Tostadenlsof the world'a affaire the revolution — for it baa now reaohed that stage — doea not come aa a anrpriae at all, indeed a contemplation of the government of the Ruaaian people in this twentieth century, is calculated to fill one with the atmoet dread. With the solitary exception of the rnle of the Turk, Raaaia la the worat governed country under heaven. And now the people have riaen up in revolt — they have began a struggle for freedom whioh urooiiefte to create an epoch from which the sabjeote of the C»r will count Time Ill-fed, ill-treated and with absolutely no voice in the shaping of their own or their com try's destiny, is ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

[A CardJ MR. J.3. SALMOND, SOLICITOR, Etc., UILQANLRA. My. Chas. Bi/sborrow, L D.8., R.C.S. (Licentiate Dental Surgeon of t lie Royal (Jollvgu of Surgeons.) Dentist. Visit? Qilgandra every Second Wednesday in the Month And may be Consulted at Murray'* Bridge Hotel uotil 1 p.m. ou the following day. t?- CON8ULTATIOJ* 8 FREE. J)ubbo Addr***— Maccjuarie Street, Next Old Flour Mill.

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How Rabbits Increase. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

How Rabbiu IncrtMc. At the conclnsio-i of Tnenky aftw noon'd n»ettiujj c*f tLu Ce4gegong Council tho breading mpnoity of rab bit* formtd a snbjfpt of rnnvtrmtion. and npon it AM. 0. Rape ws« able to Kposk with wijid »utboritr, frr in bi« l^vu-«d days k« #«ka*b.«eder d rsbbitt (not the common jrr#y rnbbisb, though), and imnI to s*ll tuet»at Is 01 psrpair. Hinrtxng «i|b a single pair, bs showed hnw, m the rad of IS month*, about *u-cn Ihon'in'l rabbits would renulf. Hilditts bnod eleven hmea iu the jaw, \r*\ nVprB re seven youug ones at inch IwMriin*. and the yunug on«s e^«uneueo b-^lin^ whan two. mouth* oil. Tbn* it will Ha wm tint iu a couple nt rmrn one pnir of r«l»l)iu will f»teMish a f«w million of descendant*. U-fl-ction on nneh a fact fthnw* how «ront a pro'item is tbe *?'''' '???-??'?'?l.ngioy p««riL

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Sensation in a Mine [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Sensation in a Mine Considerable excitement was oaased at Chiltern (Victoria) the other day on receipt of the news that the shaft of ths Chiltern Valley Console mine had collapsed. It was subeeqaeatly ascer tained that ths alabs on thi westers side of the shaft about 40ft from tbs sarfaoe caved in with the weight of the slam behind them, and fell 830ft to the lower level, where tbev wart oaaght aud forsasd a bridge, diverting the stream of slam into tuat lewl. The inrush of s»r and tbs noise ac companying it alarmed the men working below. They at ooos Bade their way to the aurfaoe by the ladders. The ool lapse is believed to be due to insecure timbering, the f salty cat a re of the country, and the great weight of gravel overhead. Several daya are likely to elapss before work is resumed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

For the Skin Yob cannot bev* a i-kr uu-l * hhhiUi , tkinywnlms tHe l-fc««l it Mrr- ' Hhtifcw, wmpHoiiK, ntohom ^atfkw., bit »how bow iapur« tbc IiUmmI sanatj W. -l«t ail inpucMMw out -?( your blood bjfuca yo« are tmHamtf InV ^^^^i^^aij* * ' f Ml.. Powtny SMaajSfSMIJIirtettK^ ?omU nor phofciglip aerwJsMWf t **I bftU % teiril-1* fmptfcni ob my fa. ? ?, tMHwWmW* *vnr trribittaff nature. I ir«r-| SStftEtfCT H^UeWB^-«r-rllh---it n lief. m,m- »fa-r taklw wuJf two i«t- n -, i Va* lot* w* ??M'? ,im f «i . i\mt I otro AVER'S Sarsaparilla Taera «? Mif h»lutk-a .SaraauirJIUs. W» IM|N §?* 'AjtJfar Ooiract any iis limy » i laittiallaa wtU w^ aUM In aataan. A tSmOj tenure. hMwaf If ?». I.C. AywCa.. UirtS, i«a.. «. L A

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Wedding. ALEZ—BERRYMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Wedding1. ALEZ— BKHRYMAN In laat iasue a abort notice of the above wedding appeared. The follow ing ia from the 'Dubbu Liberal.' On Thursday at the reaidenoe of Mr. James Berryman, 'Myall View,' Kamber aiding, a very pretty wadding wss celebrated, the contracting parties being Miaa Emma Berryman, second daughter of Mr. Jamea Berry mao, and Mr. Hillary Ales, of Moatta. The ceremony was conducted st 'Myall View' by the Bev. Mr. Loch, of Ooon amble. Mr. Berryman gavs the bride away, and Mr. George Berryman officiated aa best man. The brtdss maids were Misses Mary Berryman i and Mary Alts, The bride waa prettily ' attired in * oostnme of cream, eidel weias laco, raobings, etc. Miss Ales wore a costume of turquoise blue, with spot ds lane snd lacs trimming, and Miss Mary Berryman wore a cream figured lustre trimmoa) with eidelweiss lacs. After partaking of a sumptuoaa wedding breakfast, the happy ooaple left by ta* afternoon train for Oranga, where the honeymoon will be spent. Numeroaa h...

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CURRENT TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

eURKBHT TJIUC. (BY CB88PIN.) There has been some sanaatlwl oaused in Sydney owing to the receipt by the police of a mysterious mes sage from the private secretary to the State Governor, tent from Moss Vale, apparently asking that special sur villanoe should be beat over two per sons who were passengers by the mail train whioh reaches town from there about 6 in the morning. Two detectives were sent away by the early paper train to meet the mail, the impression being that a robbery must hate taken plat* from the Got-. ernor's eoontry raa\iaaai» It turns out that the Governor had bean sign ing some Treasury document* that were cover-table and that he had sent the usual message to the pottos that proper steps should he taken along the line to see to their saisty. The message being partly in eode was misread and the alarmist action taken by mistake. The Carlton Cricket Club, Mel bourne, as the result of an extraordi ary meeting, bm ? applied to Mr. I*ver, the manager of the Australian ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

1905 AND THK Enterprise Stores are still goix.jrsixox.g ? o ? ' „ Has mnch pleasure in thanking bis patrons for tbeir past liberal suppoit and hopes for a oontinuaocs of same By his watchword — ' ? ?????* ' ? LOW PRI6ES AND ?-??; STRAIGHT DEALING WINS THE TRADE . Note the address — Enterprise Stores, Gilgandra. CHOOSE— — x 'THE BEST' FOUR CROWN WHISKY DISTILLERS TO HIS MAJESTY THE KBMO I i -' II IBM I 0B TBADB lU^Ujf MARK. CROWN MOLESKIN TROUSERS, WHITE AHD PBIHTED. Dl 8T0CUUT8, OmMRY AM RIBMB NT, CAW Bl P0ICHASKD RETAIL FROM ALL DlAPtaV AMD STORIKHPEBS IV THE COLONY, AND WH0LMAL1 F1OM ALL WAREHOUSEMEN AID IMPORTERS. BACH ARTICLE BEARS THE TRADE HARK OF OMB OR MORE CROWNS ACCORDING TO QUALITY. RICH. LIPP,& SON, This is the name we wish you to re member when thinking of buying a Piano. LIPP PIANOS Have been well and favourably known in this Country for the last thirty years, and are now the most POPULAR PIANOS in Australia. They are acknowledged to be the Best and Cheapest Pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

A HBfTOII REMIT NSW tO SaWw) ateptw A -iffT»Hn|r Tiwy 4NM9 ?§* pbwVi flb) Baa *4^w^^B«WNIIarJp ^__ m ? ~ % (By ? Sydaay BaporUr.) ; 'It wa« last 8^-t-snUr twelve no-tks,' «aid Kra. AnoTEllx*Utb Cr«Jt»n. of No. 124 Station stnaS. Nawtown, to a special, 'that I frsk found out for myaalf wbat a grand and reliable remedy 1 had beaa overlooking) until U»cn.' 'What iaasrth ol tisae Had you bessj uawctt T' aaiked t«« wriUr. 'On. a long tiro*, as you may judff* osasidoring Uat 1 kad bss« «ad«r four afoctora, aai aad also beta away id tfcaoouatry (or a chanfS: yst imr all ts*t I was not bctur U the kast, aiad I don t know how boot psopb geu os who ean't afford (o »o away ec tti pufifir know aboHt CUaSefta Toaj? ' a« _**tth« sesar saajr ee soassi aa sausa snffarint aad wamaa aa aoesi Ma Well. 1 wm goiat to say that I might hava drunk ao much water la ataad of tha physic tha doctors gave ?aa for all tha benefit I received. It was) patfaotty uaelaaa, end you'va no idea what my suf cringe w*r« l...

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