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Mr. ERNEST TIBBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
Mr. ERNEST TIBBIT8. | Our readers will be pleased to learn that Mr. Ernest Tibbita, who met with u very serious accident at Coouamol. some two or three weeks ago, it now well on the way to recovery. We re ccived :he following note from Mr. W. C. Tibbita of Biddy n Statiou y eater- day :— ' I hive just received the following wire from Sydney : 'Ernest re covered consciousness and speaks quite sensibly.' I may mention that he is now well out of danger.' The family have a lot of friend* in Gilgandra who look aaxionsly for the complete re co very of Mr. Tibbits.
OUR SERIAL STORY. My Lady's Way [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
OUR SERIAL STORY. My Lady's Way By the author of 'Madaw'« Ward,' ' A Long Lane,,' ' Cruel Kksired, ' ' MelUui ?nd the Marquis' ate., etc. Nobody aoswetad1 her hut remark, unite* » scowl Jrotu Gilbert could be held to constitute an answer. It might have been (fought that if be did not rMMt Etbelw'jfn LodleVs lac* of beauty be did very ninch resent com ments upon it. Ob Hits Georgie's mde a certain twiten ol ner little pink moulb might bave snggented that she knew be did no. She tat down again upon ber cushion*, spreading out the train of ber pale green caehoere frock. The last victim hut one— a very aggravated case while bie iraladjr lasted— warning iato poetry noder the aaabinsrt inflaoMeol waltsing and waaasrs. followed by equal por tions of moonlight and conservatory, had once assured bar that she looked like a dryad in green. Georgia's knowledge of the personality and fonetioas of dryada was limited, but aba ordered a couple more green frocks at once. ? What I want to know,' abe ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
[X Cajm] r - MR. J. S. SALMOND, I .SOLICITOR, Etc, UIUMNDKA. Mr. Chas. Bi/sborrow, L D.S., R.C S. (Licentiate D«uUl Surgeon of the Royal College of Surgeons.) 3D e xl 1 1st- VhiU- Gilgandra every Second i Wt dnesday in the Month And Bi»y be Consulted at M array's Briilgo Hotel aotil 1 p m. on the following day. W CONSULTATIONS FREE. Pubbo Address Macquarie Street, Next Old Floor Mill.
The Australian Cricket Team WHAT NOBLE SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
The Australian OxioketTeam WHAT NOBLB SATS. At a smoke ooaoort tendered to Messro Noble, Kelly, and Trumper at the Paddington Town Hall laat week, Mr. Noble referred to tbe edveree oritieiam retarding tbe eeleotien of the Aastralian Eleven. He remarked that there had been a good deal of talk a boat tho selection, sod be woaJdltke to say (bat the committee did not object HisnaaHQJwiamm. bat tbeir detraotore wort aat aaaast. He was justified in boiiaving that aheolute'.y the strongest team had been picked, and he would remind hia entice that they bad not selected a team for Auatralian fdde, bat one that waa goiog to England, where the oonditiooe were entirely diaVeot to those of this ooantry— oooditioas of which the Anstraliaa public knew very little. He was satisfled that the committee had acted with perfect honesty in tbe selection of tho team. \
LOCAL STATISTICS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
LOCAL STATISTICS Senior Constable \Y H Ro.- h. very kindly handed us the follow,,^ ».t*mt,nK,t.1,.t,C. for ,he year 1904 winch make a coniplB,e ,J J »hs buMnest dons at the ofBce of the |CP8. and C.LA., both of wh £ poaitwus hs so worthily fill. :_ Petty Sessions Transactions Arrss«s uade ? -*. Summons Cases ... ' ''' «T Computed for T. ial .'' '' I Licenses applied for ' ' ' o? Small Debts Plsints ? iJ Bills of Sale ... .' - *J Tosacco Lioenscs issoed! '' 2Q Timbsr Licensee issned 'irftX [ otters rsc^ivsd ... '^7 If tUrs despatched ? S D°«» registered ... ? SJ Miners1 rights is.ued ? q J«tatss dealt with ? ? 8*les conducted ... ? « ??? ??? o ^oWie Moneys received ... 93 8 10 Revenue from Mi.,.M' »:_l. « ^ » P.M.Mo» the fonrtfa Thar^isj ol ?very month. * 0?
Floods and Snakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
Floods and Snakes. Tbe whsrfs at Rookbatapton are now clear of flood, the waters having ro» oed«d. Aa a resalt of the floada ban. dred* of snakes have «aoe their appearaoee. It ia stated that ia one place a heap of them was found on the wall of a bonae, and a man throwing a stone st tbeu, 14 dropped off. Moo and boys bare devoted their leiearo time in banting the reptiles. Bono killed at many aa 60 makes. One re sident got 17 in a wood heap, and a boy oouuted in one spot no fewer than 77.
COLLIE MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
COLLIK MIMf. (From oar own Corrcsnoodent.) Permit me irtt of .11 to congnfol.t. d«J«»B«d posssMioo of . new.pap.,* which for a newly-lannched Uck* country prodsetio. will h~r i.»o-_L1. eo»pan«,n with met v.Btnra. of th; kind. Inpo^tcf fact ths qu.lit. OJ its work-both mech.Lic*| .nd hJJJ -.. far b^ond wbst wu expecTJ Msy.twjoyan evr-incresting pr^i pmty while conducing to the improve oisnt of the town sod district .i.1*^ T^her continass dry, so do literally not b.v,Dg iofficiwt wmtn*£ drink, and aa th*. „— _i_ ?, TT* ?enon» «ni.uke, as beer i asa.lly qoit. M cho.Pf mod JJ ' -or. plentiful .nd of bettsr ,JhS ihan water. One *at be pore th. other is never sqos para. For fOpt' year. Co.H. has been', tsrm ^non^ w'i2 t.1trikinDd ' aCODM5°^ possession to^Jay ia a aRiiv1M^* * gnevsnoa, that, as the older »«,.«♦;'! p«- -way (dying from thirst u . T nl.T till t ha. become a kind of collective heirloom, the joint stock property of ths rodents, who would h.rdly ^rt wuhitnowev^for. water / PJ™ ...
Treasure Hunting EIGHT MEN KILLED [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
TxeiJUi Hunting IlOflT MBN KILLED A eablaajraa froan Loodoa states that w«ibrt BBenbors of ihe oxpleriaf aapadUlion by the yaoht Vejooiaoe, npssaiantiid by B*rl Fitawilliaoj wore ssagsjhiag for biddoa treaaare at Oboes IsImmI, aoatb-weet of Panaasa. there waa a belated exploaioa of a oharge of djaaaute. Kight aafibera of the expeditioa were hilled by the espiosion. The opleeioo wae followed by a lan« slide, which ioflioted tnjartea of a eevere natore oa other nessbera of the espoditieo. jBorl Fkawilliaai, who had a narrow oaaapa of Uing killed, then aban doned the search for the hiddea treaaare. A mea rifle a said eat of a paeaTiar oharawtor bsppeoed ►, , W naaaal Boaf, aa ottployos at Maasra. leaaai Bros.' 0000* raoterj, laa* we»h. The boy, ia eMaaaaj with otbera, waa rebwU ?booting, and was earryinf a leaded rifla anoVr bia ana, waoala tripaod and fell down, the riao going off. The Mlot entorod jaotoWrtho heart, and, strange to say, obbm oat a few inches lower down. The bo? aat fe...
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
Items of Interest. The many friends of Mr. E. Bogle will regret to hear that bis I' year old boy had to be brought into town for medical attention on Tuesday morning. We understand that the illness, though severe, is not daiiger ons. — o — It is our pleasant dnty to report to-day that Ur. C Roche, ban received a promotion of rank in the Railway service. For some considerable time Mr. Roche has conducted the affairs of the local station under the rank of Officer in charge, he has now been given the rank of Station Master — Congratulations. — o— On Monday last about ten drops — we counted them— of rain fell. One would have bet his old hat on a good downpour, by the indications at the time, bat it passed over. It has been a little cooler aver sinoa. Mr. Thos. Gardiner, blacksmith, advertises a double-seated, hooded buggy for salt in this issue. A meeting of the oommittiee of the Amateur Race Club will be held to-night at Simmon 'a Telegraph hotel. An interesting and wejl written letter...
A My stericus Death LARGE INSURANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
A Mj stoic w Death. LARGE INttUBANCKS A wire from Briebaae aaja : A m* aatioaal development ooourred in ooanootioa with the deetb of a joang ?mm, Carl Louis Beaaohamp Mark wall, who waa foand dead in tb« boah near ' tie reeidaaoa, Wooloowio, oa Taesday ?tgai. ltappaara that Dr. Hatford rsfsssd te gift a eerti floats of death, bat that a police asagistrete !?▼? aa order for borial, the faoeral taking place oa Wedaeeday afteraoea. It ? |an ati kaowa that toe deoaaaed bad taaarod hia life for large aaaaa ta diaVsat oompaa,ice danog the laat few aoatfca. uooal rootceoatativas of the ooapaoiee iattrcetcd interviewed aba ?alasitaiai wi»h the result that a ?fiaasrml inaniry »ae opened oa Tbsrsday, wbea the evidfuoe given ahowed that Hark well waa iasared for Ls&O in the Sqaitable Life Aaaaraaot . Coatpaoy ia Deoeaber laat. Ho was alao i neared in the Citiaene' Life As snranoe Coaapany for L600 the policy fc r wbicb ahoald have reached bin oa Tmesday asoraiug before hia death. Mr. N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
Buggy for Sale ONE DOUBLE SEATED BUGGY, hooded, equal to new. Apply THOMA9 (URDINiR Blacksmith, Gilgandra Tenders rpENDERS are culled for sinking a 1 TANK of 3000 oubio yards capa city. Apply A DRUM MILL Near Gi'gaudra ITotice MR. GEO. EDWARDS, cewsagrnt, Gilgandra, has bten appointed SOLE AGENT for Thb Castlereaqh, for Gilgnndra aud diatnc-. Co pie* of the paper may be obtained treat him. SHEEP For private sale nr Armatree 900 mixed 2 tooth, 10/ 1000 2 toe to wethers, a first class lot, heavy cutters, 10/ 1000 2 tooth wethers, well bred, 10/6 800 mixed weaners, 7/6 200 mixed weaners, unshorn, 7/6 400 cross bred ewes, sound months, 100 lambs given in, 14/ Near Gilgandra 1000 2 Tooth wethers, Firth bred, heavy cutters, 10/ti 200 mixed sheep. 12/ 200 ewes, Patrick bred, in lamb to Patrick rams, 15/ For offer apply to A. A. MUDIK, Gilgandra Thos. Gardiner, General Blacksmith & wheelwright Expert Workmanship always Guaranteed *?* Tyring a specialty. Up-to-date appliances for wid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
1905 AND TBS Enterprise Stores are still goinx strong Hu m»eh pleasure in thanking bit pat root for their put liberal support and hop** for a continuance of Mint By bia watchword — ? LOW PRICES AND STRAIGHT Q£ALIN-a WINS THE TRAD8 Not* the address — Enterprise Stores, Gilgandra. THE OON TAILOR FB/ OTICAL TAILOR Gilffandr* Order your SUMMER SUIT at once Hundred! of pattern* to select from AH orders will be given prompt and personal attention Fitf Stylet and Finish Guaranteed OiOOSt ? -ex 'THE 'BEST* FOUR GROWN WHISKY » ? ?* ?- DISTILLERS TO HB MAJESTY THE KING f 1A0I G^V ? ARK. CROWN MOLESKIN TROUSERS, WHITE AHD PBIHTSD. n sTocoun, mmm aw hom out, CAlf BE PURCHASED RETAIL FROM ILL DIAttBS AMD STOREKIIPIKS IN THE COLONY, AND WHOLHAU F1OM ALL WAREHOUSEMEN AND IMPORTUS. EACH ARTICLE BEARS THE TRADE MARK OF OKB I | OR MORE CROWNS ACCORDIUQ TO QUALITY, I R.H. HISGINS AUCTIONEER, LAND d ESTATE AGENT VALUATOR and Lire STOCK SALESMAN, MILLTHOEPE Bales condocted in any part of tfco Stato. - ^...
The Railways. LOCAL RETURNS FOR 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
The Railways LOCAL RETURNS FOB 1904 We are indebted to |Im ooartasy of Mr. Ilocli«, kieal atatioumastor, for tlit follow iug iiilercktiugstatutios sbowiug lh« MQiODut of goods aud atook dealt with at the looal slalioo ; also for tbs appended anmoaary of rtf«M reosipts from goods, stock aud piossagsr tramc durmg tb« year ended Dooembet Slat, 1904 Good* Tiunc Inwards Oat wards tus owt sj## '^ ta» owt qr Jau. 88 16 0 ... 1*44 7 ?. Fob. 119 7 1 ... 877 17 1 Mar. 168 6 8 ... 810 16 1 Apl. 128 16 0 ... KA7 19 1 May 108 7 1 ... 200 1 8 Juue S7 5 3 ... UK) 4 U Jnly 129 6 1 ... 96 2 0 lag. 144 14 0 ... 426 9 0 Sep. 97 6 2 ... 816 1 8 Got. 126 14 8 ... 8tU 9 1 Not. 140 12 8 ... 188 18 8 Dec 128 14 1 ... 268 19 8 1469 6 1 4088 1 2 Rituui— Goods Collected at Gilgandra January ... £289 6 11 February ... 166 ) 8 Mareb ? 266 2 1 April ? 801 19 1 May ? 889 16 6 Jim ? 247 10 V Jaly ? IN 7 1 Aagwat ... 867 0 11 September ... 286 19 9 October ... 816 11 8 Nofcmbtr ... 417 8 8 December ,.. 262 18 10 £8...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 February 1905
Sporting ITotes. The raaaborM fiikk whioh ran sao- ceMfully at (be lute Jooktty Club saoatiag is 00 w owned looal ly (saya 1 be Oavoabwnibran p»p«r) and will oompvta at tie Antaiitur mtetiag io April. — 0— Tba Aatofwany gelding A a tomato, wb» baa ba«o «u|eying a good apcll, baa baas) pat lblu work again by bis owner. Daring a cricket match at Moa, (Vie), bowling far Hill Knd in a Baton against Wiliowgrofe, W. Allan took fi»e wickets with five isonaadntifa balls. Merrygoea raeas take place to-day and sboald be very saoosMfai. Tba looal boraeWada ran very badly at Gobbora ard seems to bave Icat all form. — o— Tba prograuaM af the Gilgaodra AmaUar Baoaa to uke place on March 1 7th is oat. It eoaaiate of six raoaa of the ?«)ae of l«60. Large entrire are expected for each event, aa manj boraaa are already in tram. Mr. A. Madia is th« Hon. bee, and toll par tioaUrs sa»y be bad »ry» him. — 0 — It is said that a tbooaand gaiaoas baa beasi refaaed for Dalkaith. This ia a big sHoa, bat the o...
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905
Homebush Stock 8alm ?* Prime merino wethers 15s 6d to I6e 6d, extra prime merino wethers to 17s 6d, good merino wethers 19* to 14s, medium merino wethers 10s to 11s 6d, prime oroasbrcd wethers 16s 6d to 17s 6d, good 14* to 15s 6d, medium 12s to 13s 6d ; prime orossbred ewrs 14s 6d to 15h 6, (rood 12s to 18s 6d, medium 10* to 11s 6d ; prime merino ewes 12s 6d t« 18* 6d, good 10s to 11s 6-i, me dium 9s to 9s 6d Prime lambs 18s to 13s 6d, good to 11s, medium 8s to 9s 6d Cattle. — Prime bullocks £9 to £9 10s, prime and heavy to £10 Ss, good £8, to £8 10s, medium £6 to £7 5k; light steers to £6 ; prime oows to £7, medium to £5 10s. Best beef 22s to 28s per 1001b. Stock Pamiicm 400 mixed 2t from T. Bonnington's to H. Koache's. E. Modie in chargo. 141 stoie cattle from Bidden to Walgett for grass. W. C. Tibbits owner. 23 horses from J. Lewis', Breelong, to Geo News'. Martfbdsle, Red bank, for sgistment.