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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

General Nevs The State Government has cabled to the Psstsur Institute asking the terms upon which an expert will come to Australia to experiment in rabbit deet motion. A pnbNo meeting held at Ballina baa resolved to urge the municipal councils on the Richmond to advocate the incorporation of the Richmond in Queensland. Chicago will nhertly be in ponsea sion of the biggeat hotel on earth. It will be 28 storeys high, snd will coat two milliona sterling. It is alrnoat nnneoesssry to add that it will enrpaaa , in magnificence any sjructur* of its , kind sver erected. They always do in Aroeriee. At the Broken Hill court last week before Mr. Stevenson, S.M., Maragh Gool appeared on remand, oh urged with attempting to murder Gunny Khan. No farther evidence was take*, and the accused was committed for trial at the next Quarter Seeaiona at Broken Hill on April 10. Bail was allowed. The Acting Goverment Metrorologist prediote pleasant temperatorea and fins westber in New South Wales. Tbs Lord...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Objections to Destroying Rabbits [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Objection 8 to Des troying Rabbits At a meeting of th* Narrabri atook board od Tueadaj, 26 idddodm, wers issosd to certain landholder* in the district to show oanse why proossdings ahoold not b« taken agaioat than for ueclaoting to destroy rabbit*. About half a docec ia-norsd tbs summonaa, ?ad it.WM ansnissovalT Voted that tb« latter bt proaaentsd. On* man flatlj rsfossd to do anything againat the rabbite vntil ha aaw hia oaighboara doing something la the majority of caaea tba plaaa put forward were to the effect that the rabbite were net to begot rid of, azoept at an expense that wu too hsaty for holdera. ft ni alao thought uaeieea trying to anppreaa the rabbi ta while nnoooopied Grown laoda were infested and allowed to esietaa breeding gronnda. The OoTeramsat wonld have to take action and apend money in the matter, otherwise settlers, eepeoially the poor naan, had no cbanoe. Moat of thoae an ro monad nrged that they were doing all in their power by hunting and shooting the rabbits...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SERIAL STORY. My Lady's Way [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

OUR SERIAL STORY. My Lady's Way ?y the 4ut!i-r of ' Wadam'« Ward,' ?? A Long Ltn*,. ° Cruel Kindred,' ' Meliwut JUtd the Marquia' «to.f etc. Girls were not to bis taste, to be sura, but U would probably not see fear ouoa a week, and is might be as well fot tiie hou-« to Lave some aort ol ? 0-i« tress unil Tristram brought A wile hom+, when he would most likely be doing, --oon. Sir Peregrine regarded it as a good ifciag thai the girl with the fantastic MM wai*pl*ia and pasty faced, aud catker old— fifteen hundred a year tw very well id in way, but it was aVOS much. ' Let her stop crying and tftkc off her booont, and say no more about U. So tbe baronet bad haran gued poor Lady Algy, as she wept rodemly ia her crape She bad aa ?IP ttd to everything, sobbing with her Maok bordered handkerchief to ber poor reddened eyes ; and tbe interview ?qvfC she had gone up to the old TOOTH of her spioidter-bood, and cried -M Jsthejwyn's neck there. That tvss «faB yean back, and here she was at ?Cast...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burns' Statue. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Burns' Statue. The artist's description of the ebevs statue, to be anveiled in Sydney on the 30th instant, ia aa follows : 'It ia 10ft 6io, including the plinth, and was east in the beet statuary bronse by A. Barton, brorae founder, of Thames Ditton, Surrey. Burns is represented leaning upon a plough left standing in tbs furrow Hs is wearing his Kil marnock bonnet and rig and fur stockings and the cost a me generally ia tbst of the period, as seen in the Natmyth portrait. He is made to look every inch a man,masoolar, broad and strong, a worker and an athlete, who oonld pat the atone with any man in the pariah, or work down any mower on his farm. The oonoeption of him aa the rfrsat thinker and teacher of brotherhood and humanity has, however, been uppermost in the sonlptor's mind, snd trHs hs has endeavoured to express in the pose snd expression of the face and figure' The Berl of Meath has writtsa to tbs Prime Minister concurring in the sumrration that Empire Dav ahould be celebrate...

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A Lonely Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

A Lonely Death. It was shown st the ooroner's in quiry, recently held st Forest Vale, near Condobolin, on the body of Mr. John Lyons, which waa found in the Government tank, that it bad been in the water about five days. The dis covery wss made by a man who went to get a drink, and aaw the face of the dead man juet under the water. When taken oat the body was beyond recognition, birda having eaten the flesh from the face. A dog, some clothes on the bank, aud a ring on one of bis fingers w»re the only dues to deoe aed'a identity. A finding of accidentally drowned while bathing waa recorded. Lyona waa 82 years of are, and lived on the holding by him self.

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

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The Majesty of Harmony. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Ths) Majesty *f HarMway* (BY A BANKER). With the exception of the render ing of the choruses of the great orat orios by a combined orchestra and choir of several thousand instruments and voioea, perhaps the majesty and tbe stately sublimity of music can best be appreciated by a visit to Antwerp Oathedral at an hour when the oelebrated carillou is about to be played. Ascending the lofty spire by a somewhat montonous climb of nioi ? tnan five hundred steps, the visitor j finds himself in a fairly spac-iou chamber crowded with bells of ill mm varying in weight from seven or eight tons down to a few ouooes. And now the powerful machinery id sel ra motive, nod tbe visitor fmdi himself io tbe midst of a miqbty out burst of melody; now swelling from tbe silvery notes of the lesser bells, upwards and onwards until, as tbo ponderous hatnmerd strike and strike again and again those massive giants tbe chamber is surcharged with a touiultuoun, almost affrigbUi ing cataract o( swaIUu^ melody; a ...

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BACK COUNTRY POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

BACK COUNTRY POSSIBILITIES. Many settlers who havs lost time and money in Ike interior of tbe oon tinent over that sttUement has been carried too far back, and that disaster must in every instate, sooner or later, overtake tbe venturesome selec tor who violates the laws of nature by endeavouring to sustain animal life on wbat is at limes a desert Yet there I is *n apparent anomaly in not being nble to utiH.se country which grows I feed in tbs majority of yean and which not infrequently is a waving sea of tbe roost luxuriant pasture. The problem lies in either being able io limes of prolonged dry ness to sjat stock away quickly ene*gb or in being able to cart a sufficiency of artificially grown fodder to them. As tbe stock routes are usually the first places from which tbs feed disappears, and as ths volume of prod action from the Und would nevsr warrant an intersection I of ths country with railways sufficient I* nlraa tn nmvidi the namaarv as carity, tbs only way by which industry ...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Sporting Ifotes. ; Merrygoen Racn are cat for Feb ruary 8rd. The other day a jadge got so exoited that when the boraen passed the win ning post he sxolttimed 'One of the hones won by a head, bat which on* I'm blowed if I oan tell.' The (on going nminds as of a jadge at a ocantry meeting, whose vision got a bit blurred when a black and a gny hone flashed past tbe poet locked to gether. When asked by same onlooken which bone won, tbe judge quiekjj retorted, 'the piebald.' A few knowing ones living in Gil gandn an very sweet on Fasboda's ohaaoe in the Challenge Stakes ta be run to-monow at Randwiok. If tbe local cricketers do not qoiokly awake) fram their lethargie si ambers we will be oonapelled to oall on the eervioss of the andertaker. Iveu the 'psa-eataTe' and 'pear-eaten' an dabs o- tbe past We hate a progressive euohn olub in n»wa now, why not also have a boxing ©lab. Mr. J. ifiviWe Daikeith (trained by Tdm 8oaUy) is about the best ama teur bone ever seen in the oountry. He has w...

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

1tj4— iQS was given befon the Pub lio Serrioe Board last we«k that oertain work done atFitsroy Dock by teaefer *?« not conording to speoifica tioej,

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Unique Diamond Display [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Unique Diamond Display The most magnificent display of diamonds ever seen in America was ihat at the Metropolitan Opera House, New Tork, when MAida' was played, with Mesdames Eames and Bdythe Walker. M. Planooo, and Signor Oarnso. So great was the demand for seats that speculators who beld the only available accommodation feroed the management to pay L15 for t» o seats for German ofloers who eame to Amerioa to attend the unveiling of the atatoe of Frederick the Gieat. An hour before the doors opened top gal lery seats were sold at La eaoh, and a sUll fetched L16. Half a doaen boxee held people whose aggregate wealth is over L200,000,000— the Rockefellers Aston, Goulds, Vaoderbilts, Goeletsj and Bclmocts. Miss AHoe Roosevelt, the President's daughter, was there, is were also the Dakes of Manchester and Newcastle, and member* of the diplomatic service. Twenty-one tboa eand diamond tiarta were counted' Besides Mrs. Alfred Vanderbill's all roood solitaire crown then were countless diamo...

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Australian Farming. A RABBIT DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

? Australian Farming. (BY CRE8PIN.) A BABBIT DI6EASL. ', TboM who had hoped that the scien ; 1 ; of Pariw have a disease which will do much towards solving the rabbit problem can hardly feel en couraged at the last expressions com ing from that quarter. It appears that a curtain wpecies of bacteria does exist which can be plaoed in bait, and whioh will ennui fatal' disease in the systems of rabbits which eat the medium, and further that the result ant sickness is contagious. However, the degree of infection is by no means high, the sickness being transmittabfe from the doe to her young, but not between animals having a less near connection. The practioal Australian pastoralists will from these facts know that no very great help can be expected from an agency so slow to oahry itself beyond the efforts, of the landholder. To give any really effec tive assistance — assistance which will sweep the past from country that has had to bo abandoned owing to the multiplication of tho rodents ...

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

The Gilgandra Halrdres»lng Saloon. £|g 'a^sn^fe»V»*N- Expert Tradesman hi Attendance. ' Bl LLeJ ARD 5 AL^JCrN Recognised Best Table in the West. Reliable Marker always .. . . iii! ii '. ft;-.,- -t j|£ on the Spot. 'Ag0,t tor ,«, Newsagent and Tobacconist.

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

[?] Ml iim M ssfWTfVwV mw» A ML MwXMMfTT. ? (By Our ?aaottar i Various Mat tore ef laamt iMfiokb ?lie* to th* paael* ol W*w SoutaWaleJ ar* illustrated la- tfe«le tui% hw apfi sentativw at th* prost, ael fVftMME* at tbs folUwtag MtngttK* «??» tkat a valuaU* adjpfioa * aajLpMsi ?umiU bv Mr. Joha Meaty sVafpMT*! No. iff Tort ?tmTiw^n^ *G said, wke* sssajsiaa to our aMefter :— 'It it ?on* years sinoa— warn I wu living ia I^hWardt^tkat I Touaa1 out (or wdl whet so M«ay paoCM) hev* ?aid ooactrsia* Umou Toaic/i 'You had occasion to us* tMet ra Medy, thea T' '1 had to Uk* UMishiaj, 1 damn you, although, gaummss kSniM drunk faoun assdjoia* h^focohaud, obi tv it had »% 1m JiiirJrSr^lKa ? friend cam* to aft* sm om day, and advisod tk« purchase of ibsm Cl*m*nt* Tonic, 1 tJcfcly %tTta ««KUa. wgt» tioa, aad rot ? lew bottles. Ao other sort*! but myaslf will *v*r know what a food (trot* that was, far I *u al Bout b*iplcss at tk« tin* witk weak acai. )ou so*, I kad boaa vary ill with rheumatic fars...

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

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

I. f ? ? I V'; ' ?*? « # 4 fr » ' « TSIS SFACS — 10* - FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT WHICH WILL APPBAB Whkh Wk FmiiH Stocktakihq AND IN THE MEANTIME MAKE STRAIGHT TO — TH1 — with you money andsecure some oi DON'T MISS THEM OR YOU WILL BE SORRY. COMMERCIAL STAKES. ' . Gilga-adra and Gularg&mTsone. I j ? [__ ? : ?

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

Impounding IMPOUNDED at Gilgandra, from 1 Inglewood, by order of Henry McKechnie, THREE MERINO RAMS tar braud like M on off shoulder, various ear marks. If not released will be sold at this pound at nooc on the 16th day of February, 1905 T. WR1GLBY, Poondkeeper. I.O.O.P. Gilgrandra Lodge, Mo 94 A GRAND under the aaspioes of the above order will be held in the CORONA TION HALL on Friday, March 17. Double licket 7« 6d. yingle Ticket 5i — o — Jarenile Danoe will be held on Satur day, March 18th Admission, Children 6d, Adult* Is FRJti— APnteof £1 Is will be given awsy. Conditions : lach lady paying for admission will be handed a I ticket bearing two corresponding numbers, one of whioh the lady will detach and place in a box provided for the purpose, the other part most be retained. At midnight a lady or gentleman will be oalled upon to draw a ticket from the box, thia will be the winning number and the holder of the corresponding number will be declared the winner. J. W. Lmaow, N G E. W...

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Petrifled Human Bones. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

PetrttUi Human Borne, A discovery of baman bones is re ported by a well-einkar engaged at his calling on Jaaaary 9, on Mr. Haggles' selection aboai 12 miles from Nsrrabri. At a depth of 40ft he eame apon some petrified bones protruding from the side of the well, bat not wishing to spoil his *erk be manly seoared a few pieoee of each thigh* the socket being the largest fragment. The rib bones on being exposed to the ah orumbled away. The pieces were shown to Dr. Park, who pronounced that they were undoubtedly human bones. The disoovery has exoitet jaooh interest.

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Amateur Race Club [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

Amateur Raoe OVab A committee meeting of the above olob wu held at D. Simmons' Tele graph Hotel on Fridaj eight last. Present ?— Messrs. M. Morris (ohair mao) B. Diggs, D. Simmons, H. Noooan, T. Gardiner, J. McDonagh, and the Seo., A. A. Mndie. A programme of £60 was drawn op, oompoeed of six races for oornfeds as follows : — Opening Handioap of £10, six fan. Federal Handioap of £8, six fare. Qilgandra Amateur Handioap ef £18, U mile. Railwaj Handioap of £10, sews farlongs. Lady's Braoelet (handioap) of £8, 1 mil*. Beato Slakes of L6, six furlong*. The following are the official! of the club, some of whom were appointed at the meeting: President— If. Morris. Viot-Presulents— Messn. B. Diggs, D. SimmoDS. Treasurer— H. Mitehell. Judge— Mr. J. W. M«Donagh Starter— Mr. R. Digga. Handioeppen— Messrs. B. |W 1. Diggs, H Noobm. ,, Olerk of Coarse— Mr. *. Haft* Clerk of Scales— Mr, M. Morris Committee— Messrs. H. Noonao, T. Gardiner, J. MoDonagh, J. Paanoe, J. Rowley, G. Hetberingtoo. The ne...

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BAL[?]ADORAN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905

BAL.A.DORAN 8PORT8. The above sperte were held yester day, the day being hot and dusty. There was only a fair attendanoe of the public. Following are ilia results : Bhefleld Handioap First beat— W Marohant, 8yds, 1 ; W Anderson, sor, a Seoood H*afc— A Holland, 14yds, 1 ; T Stamford, 3yds, ft. Final \ W Marohant, 3yda ... 1 A Holland, Uyds ... a Hone Race f*i Bridle M Rysa's Lady Beimore 1 Throwing Cricket Ball — Fitsgereld 1 Tandem Raoe — Towneend 1 Hep, Step and Jomp Anderson and Franois divided Old Batters' Raoe O. Holland 1 Boys' Raee W MePfaail a*d Q Holland divided High Jump A Baglnc 1, G Stamford 2 Balladoran Cap G Clare's Benjimaa, ? 1 M Ryan's Lady Beimore ... 1 Handioap Bike Raoe First Heat— C Qlaiier 1, Flack 2 Seoend Heat— U Raglns l.Elliery 2 Final— Glasier 1, Klliery 2

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