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COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS CARNIVAL. The commercial travellers of the Western line, a great many of wbem are well known in Gilgandra, had a monster tornoat in Wellington last week. Visitors from many ef the Western towns were preMnt and included Mr. J. H. Hitcheo, onr popolar store keeper and Mr. G. P. L. Flynn a respected late resident of our town. The travellei s and visitors wsrs inter tained in greats! jle on tbeSbowgroand daring the day when a cricket niatoh and other sports were indulged in. At night the travellers became the boats and entertained the townspeople at an exoeptinally good amok* oonoert entertainmeut. The Wellington hospital reaps a substantial benefit from the day s prooesdings which were of a real royal oharaoter.
MR. SLATTERY, M.L.C. ARRESTED [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905
Me. 8LATTEBY, M.L.C. ARRB8TED The last has aot yet been heard of the famons Tyson millions A great sensation waa caused iu Sydney on Tsesday on receipt of news that the Hon. T. M. Blattery, M.L.C, had bees arrested at Adelaide oc a provisional warraut issued at Sydney and charged with bavirg fraudulently converted to bis own nse the sum £6127, the pro perty of Mrs £ Hen Scan Ion, one of the legatees of the Tyson estate. Some sensational evidence is promised when the case comes on for hearing at the Adelaide police court. Wbeo tb® Tioana arrived at Rock hampton her cargo was disohsrged by meo whom 'he had brought specially for the purpose, the local men being It ?? reported that 1000 men have dur inar the p««* tBr*« months been dis missed from the Railway and Tramway The men attribute the dismissals to the reform policy of the Government, and they claim that it has been largely brought about by work being given to ?utsiqe firms.
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905
POLICB COURT Thursday, Before H. Giles Shaw, I'M Wheeler v Tierney — lns»!iiog lang uage No appearance Dismissed Patterson v Tierney— Insulting lan guage No appearaooe of parties Case dismissed Dalmaiu v Maw bey— A claim for L3 Is wages due. Settled A £ Smith v Annie Weller— Assault Service of sammons not good Con tinued to next court J J Murray, Bridge Hotel, was fined L2 sad cost* 5s 6d for an offcuos under toe Lioensing Act
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905
Terrible Peelings. Loss of Sleep. IaMMriti-*e ?#♦*? aoauiimhta tn the blood tuitil t ? ? - 7 produce the most danger' u ajriu'rfonis ot poisoniug. Tho a» r-i^it« n \o%\ digestion weak ened, a:-l n- fvci exhausted. Mrs. T. Flynn, of A-lcl»i«J\ So. Aus tralia, suds us her |iliot-wra;,;« and ?ays: _ . 'lD«cd ti fc-.YO terriM* tfWiun oorctortt SB*. T'.aU'x i»r»cvn!d ito 'if no tv--d. lCv»ul-» ?or ?Ifvp, riy :\pj'ot!t*- l.'f t r»c, anrt 1 waf » Oi')*l Hiioriuiie wi/UMUt Indeed. H*iUkg r«a4 0t avbts I tSMSffct I wuold tr- ' ?? ?r-r prlacVlrKr takbis « i '»iuic mrMif y«rr mi^hTv \ *r %r taVl-lK*Jt '--''?'- ?'- ? ...l.rjr* ISftu', ;i . ' If yo ,1 vr-Hi, t-»ke Aver's i*ni.-. ? vdc and sure. They cure 1-. dyspcpaii, and stekheadscho. .. ??nuith Ayer's Sanaparilla ; one a»t% t h « other. fssjajsj kr ?»? i- C. Aiw * U.. Una, Mask. V XX
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 27 January 1905
Items of lute- eat. At the Coonambls Lioensing Court on Friday last, an application for a publican's liosuae by J. Fisber. Smith for the old Poet Offtoe Hotel, Gilgandra was refused on the ground* tbat the pnblio requirements were folly supplied by the hotels already liceused. — o-— Mr. J. Green has been appointed head master at the Coouamble Public School in auooessiuit tc the late Mr. Robins. — o — The Dates for ths 190o Dabbo Show bavs been finally fixed for May 3. 4 and S. It is a oompliment for Gilgandra that looally mauafaotured oordiala are sent to Cooaambie, and Mr. George Mitohell, the popular msnagei of Hives A Bone' establishment, feels no little pride at thus being enabled to maintain the reputation of the old firm. — Dabbo Liberal. 'Bob' Holl, the well known Dabbo bookmaker, has taken over the lioeaee of the Tattersalls Hotel, Dabbo, from Mr. H. Porter. — o — The new bridge over the Macqvsrie River at Dubbo ia nearly oompleted and will be ready for traffio inside. a for...
THE GILGANDRA RACECOURSE [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
THE GILGANDRA RACECOURSE Matters in connection with the application by the Progreaa Committee for a special lease for 21 year* of an I area of 80 aorta for a racecourse would appear to be comina* in - h**A The aecretary, Mr H. W. Mitchell received a Utter thia week from the ohairman of the Land Boaid at Dubbo asking the trnsteea, Messrs J. H. Hitcher, R. G. H it hen, M Morria, T. Gardiner and A. E. Smith, to appear at the Coonamble sittings of the Board on tbe 15th inst in support of the application. W« understated that Mr. R. G. Hitcbeu will represent the trustees at the Board meeting. An area of HOacrss, east of the Caatlereagh about a mile from the town, ha. bean applied for.
OUT BALLADORAN WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
OUT BALLADORAN WAY We had occasion this week to visit Balladoran. What a variety of sensa tions on* realises on his first trip to snch a plaoe ! bat then, space forbidt ua dilating in that way. The first news we heard waa distinctly discour aging—the sleeper cutting contract finishes on Saturday (to-morrow) The bosineaa people of Ballyhooley (beg pardon) are wondering what will become of them, but then there is alvraya a good prospect of more sleeper contracts. Coleridge's Ancient Mariner was sorely troubled because of an ever abondftnc* of water — 'Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink' —but out here there is absolutely no water, and the population ia entirely dependent upon the water trucks despatched tri-weeklv from Dnhhn The rush oi teams, on train days, for water can be better imagined than described. Tbe truok trust be emptied before time for tbe return trip (what a lovely system) and so the 'rush' ia aooent.ated and— it mnat only be whispered— a good deal of the pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
? J — ? . -?»? ( ' f r i Ml I 1 M I - jM_ ? ?WATCH THIS SP^kCB FURTHER ANNOTJNCEltEMT - ' WHICH WILL APPIA S FlHItH StOC&TASIHQ . AND IN THI MKANTIMat* MAKE STRAIGHT TO . '*?' - Til - with 70s mon*y todaecare icme ot PPf WPFTAJW DON'T MISS THEM OR YOU ^ WILL BE SORRY. ' COMMERCIAL STORES, Gilgandxa tad Grulargamloae. 'i ? '1
Available for settlement [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
Available for settle ment Mr. t. Parry, M.LA. for Utaraool Plaint, has received the f«l lowing oom - muoicetioe :— 'Department of Lands, Bydoey, lOtb January. Sir,— With reference to joor letter of the 80th August, 1905, forwarding a letter from toe Ooonabarabran branch of rb* Farmers' and 8«ttlera' Atfsociatioo, urging thai au area of 9600 acre* oa Ulimambri laU leasehold area, No. 79$, be withdrawn from offer to im nroveaMa* latM and made available for lettlomcut, I hate to iuform yon that the &eereUry for Lands baa now decided thai the area ia question, which waa wUhdiawa from aale ia improvement laaae by 'Gaactte' notice of ttk September, 1904, be made «raiMaie for settlement leaae.— I bare etc, Bdwabo MAc1timu*n, Under Secretary.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
1 j Federal Stoi-e«] GILGANDRA. f ) ' ''; ,-Hm ' ' '' ' ? ? ' — ~iT~* Reliable Goods. B 1 Moderate Prirls. 1 . i ? i Kma mm ^ ? - Drapery, Clothing, ittercei^^SSf^^^ ^ v Fancy Goods: Etc. -? — ^ suits io »r»i;i , - M SPECIALTY - !Boo^s &- Shoes. Largest Stock. * Lowest Prices. FOilTI! FURNITURE MT SYDNEY PRICES - — ? ? --? ? — -- --? - - ? — — »»~ii^^— — — ,— -.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
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RABBIT DESTRUCTION (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
RABBIT OBSTRUCTION (To the Editor) Sir.— As a means of ensuring more effectual supervision over those land holders who fail to ksep their end an in the matter of rabbit destruction, the Collie branch of the F. and 8. A. has very wisely in my opinion, adopted' tbe following plan: -This* of thsir number have asked for and received appointments from the Dubbe Board as honorary inspectors. They have each had, approximately, one third of their immediate district apportioned them, in which to operate, eud their work is to report to the said Board all cases of flagran t and con ti n nsd neglect. So far this nlan \\mm mnrU-oA ._~.n ? »i .t fear of beir.g repoited proving a more effective spar to exertioa than any measures hitherto employed, and it seems to me tbst if this practice were established throughout rabbit infested districts much good would result However (and this is the cause of tny troubling you) Collie being on the bonndaryof Dubbo!stock distriat it l. necessary in order to get...
Disappearance of Coin FROM A VICTORIAN BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
Disappoara&oe of Ooln FBOM A T1GTORIAN BASS. . ia irregularity at the Bendifa broach of the Bank of Anatralasia ban been engaging tbe attention of detec tives. It appears that on Januaiy 14, when a ebeo* waa being made of the ballion reserves in the safe, a sum of £8100 could not be accounted for. When tbe mooey was last ob«oked s ?em of orer £0000 waa in tbe safr, whiob waa eontaiot-d in the strongroom, fitted with Cbobb'a peteut locking apparatus, and can ouly bo opcued by two keys u^ed eiaraitaiMoeely. These keys are held ordinarily by Mr. J. B. Oarr, manager, and Mr. J.BIlermaa, aeeoaatant. Whoa eitaor of those geetlsaaea ia abasnt from tbe city bis key is handed to Mr. F. Gray, the tdlor. Neither Mr. Carr nor Mr. Bllerauaa has beea away on leave ia reoaat montha, and Mr. Gray rotamad from his anaaal leave on Tbamiay. The whsokiag of tao aoooaata hns not yet been coneladed, bat, so far aa oaa as aaoortaiaod, there is little dfaat that the money laa aotuaJlT disaaaanrod. ...
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
UoNtsi*.i 8toci 8alu Prime merino wether. 16s 6d to 16a 6d, sttra prims merino wether, to 17s j 6d, good merino wethers 18s 64to 15s, oMdisaj meriao wether. 11s to 12s 6d, prim* crossbred wethers 16a 6d to 17s I tid, good 14s to 15s 6d, medi.m 12s to 13s fid ; prime crossbred twes 15s 6d to 16s 6, good 1 3a to 14s 6d. medium 10s to lls 6d ; prime msrino awes 12s 6d to 18s 6d, good 10s to Us 6d, me dinm 8n 6d to 9s 6d j Prime lambs 13s to 14a 6d, good to I 12s, mediom 9a to 10a Cattls. — Prime bollooks £8 15s to £9 10a, prims and heavy to £10 I good £7 10s, to £8, sjsdinia £6 to £7 ; light steers to £6 ; prims oowa to £7, medium to £6. Best beef Ms to 23s per 1001b.
THE MARKETS. PRODUCE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
THE MARKETS. Pbqicce Price.. The following are the latest quota - tiuua at Redftru : New wheat— N 8 W., fa q. shipping 3f -l p«r bushel (Sydney) ; prime mill ing 8a b\ d Floor-Old Sydney roller, £8 16a to £9 per ton. New Sydney rullsr £8 10s ; const ry brands 1'tt to £8 7* 6M. j Bran, 8d Iper bosh ; pollard, la Mslae-— Nortrers River, beat avail-H able, 8* 94 a» sssM ; weevily from 2a 6d, oiW parts la M. Chaff.-N.8.W.( £8 11. 6d to £4
THE CASTLEREAGH GILGANDRA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1905 "Without a writer and the press A place to the world is dead." SUPPORT THE PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
T.ili (JASTLKKIfiAGH GlLOANDRA, FrIBAT, ft.RUARV 3, 1908 'Without a writer and the press A plaoe to (he world is dead.' BUPPQRT THE PROGRESS COM M1TTKE. Wi were very much aorpriied to hear from Mr. H. W. Mitchell, the energetic secretary of the local Progress Com mittee, thia week, that the amount of support accorded to thia extremely uaeful body ia really very little. The Progreaa Committee is compoaed of nine gentletot-n elected anuoally from amongst the members of the Associa tion, membership of which merely entails the payment of the insignificant sum of two shilling* (2h) per year. When the idea was first mooted the support wan fairly good, between 80 and 90 being enrolled aa members of the Association with a voice in the election of the committee. But after the first year the membership began to fall off very considerably until there is at the present time only about 30 members. Now tbis is a matter which needs to be breoght under the notioe of town and district resident* with...
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
CHAPTER V. The library at Castle Wold- an apartment always given a wide berth hy Lady Algy. and only invaded by tithelwyn now and then — was Sir Peregrine's favourite sitting-room. \'ery often — unless he drove out, or in extra fine weather went for a walk room, the grounds, halting on his stiok, and with hia valet in attend ance— he would not quit it and tho nnaall business-room adjoining, where he interviewed his bailiff and such tenants as he chose to see. from breakfast until dinner, Before the paralytic stroke, which had partially crippled him. he had been *n . unusually active mau. a* good i with his pun or ncnvj* country -tho Wold was in the centre ri n hunting district -ua many i man thirty \ears his junior, and liail trouMed tlm library-shelves ilmost as little a* Ij-t sister did. Jiut iu bid early day* be bad had a i-i!-te for books «nd when active amuse- j iiient s fniltd liuu, had, so it seemed, ; found plen$me aud solace iu thorn ? Milily. It h certain ilmt upon the! tu...