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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

^fl|^B v MUTUAL Lift »V 'eg f Tkc !«««?«« AccwiaI It yg«r eaJsJ Mil) w B*9Umk*r, lfO4. fftitx— ? AM INCsTBAtE IN PREMIUM KOTNUE OF M3MMU AN INC1CASE IN TOTAL ftE¥E«n Of ' «HLttZ AN IMCtEAtE IN INVEVTt* TfSHW Of. ..'.' £t.7t4 AN IMClEASC IN BUSINESS WIITTCN OT ... *1»9,«« SEVrMlE FOUI YCAM AM ... M ... mj,, ?CVENUE NOW ... ... ... _ ... sUtljSt ? INVESTED FUNDS POUsl VEAM AGO fUSMU INVESTED FUNDS NOW '-;.. ? MMjSZ POL1CYHOLDEI1 FCHJ1 YEAKS AGO .. * 49 S33 POL1CYHOLDEIS NOW ? 93.144 I music 4n ♦wsiCAL ] I IN.STRUMENTS. * ?!» I I No matter Wti#r« yeyu Uwm or JE fl what Tour musical wants Ml 4j mar *-?. w« s&|n ?upply rots II f wifh bemt gfjjp, aONl at low it I *?* priceB t53tf-* I I W« hol-f th«large-»t sXe-cst of J M Pianos. Organs, Mussc. M«tsi- V \ csl InstruaVorlls, Sft^TiWrand _J I Fittings in AustralaoiC ? I Your order mar bo a small t^lsvo. X I but wo shaU bo pKsfcmt '$? 1 I fill it Just tKo same, uowin^ ? I full woU it will load fo Urgor M ? business in tKo futuro. ]? i...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

.NOVELTIES' COSTUME LIKEN FABRICS j ilLRhilAK of ColoumI Liueo Fabrioa u un«qii«lletl for. Ajmh-iI«h|»U I « We DeliMr Fre* t« any tot O«ee «r Railway Station !p the , j 1 SUtZ.H^^«xUptoirptU.FI^rcov^in1..nd Furniture. Sf uedCou-C» I.rvKv Ceas*. in a ramty of outoui «, 30in w itlt.^. Hi.J. « MililD Limn, ail aol»ur* 3« in. wid« ... ? , iLi IYaiv Btaminb Links Crasb, all colour*, 30 in ? , ill Mixed Colocmd Linens, all. colour*. 36 in. ? , «£ I ?- Double Wnm Line* Ca**H, a variety of eolpurt ? , iti i -4tOT Linen C*asu. agr^t assortment 30 in. ? , Tfti' IVain Cotoca Ktamin* C'basb, ell oolottra, Sim ? \L i!l Deaux Twain LiN*N, all ooIome, M Uv ... ... ??? £ *] 1'lais Cofcocaao CeaSK, with Colaurad Spot, mall ooloui*. 36m. 2*. »l. KiBisa Coi-ocmBB OeaBB, with Large Kmbroidered KpoU Spot* iu a! Colour*, 36 ia. ? - «. »i. THE NEW FANCY EMBROIDERED LINEN, | KV BLOUSE LRXGTR8— a Variety of Colour*, l«a. 8d. aad 23a. *l. SPECIAL VALUE IN HOLLAND COLOUR CRASH, Pur* Un«n, M h*. wMi. KLARRI) C...

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How John fell from Grace. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

How John fell tr*m Grace. Ciiiii' - int ;tori«»« wt-w npide inic. Jlv ? - ( in.1, aitd it -. no*?. ', A lady it few da--« ago wus Kmst . o .f .«. oull^r of tbr viiiw --f her . Aloilfioliwti ' AJOti, ttftd .'u« ?O.^htl.iti' d Jbe fetter's AyMtcmatic M-etlimU «- u s|«--ia] Htroni? point. t) uk B*ine niiniiH* cvc.y evening,' she said, proudlv ' f alwayA know exactly wliere he is and what ! he is doing at any time of the day.' Well what is he doinj; now ?' was asked ' Let me sec. It is 7 o'clock. Well, ' he has just Hnislioil putting the dishes away, and at this moment u sweeping tbe kitcheu. Come let's go otit and ; see if I'm not right.' , They started through the diiuu?- ! room, and found everything in its ' place as prophesied. Tn the pantry, the dishes were neatly arranged in j tbeir customary place. TUt»u they ' openi-d the kitchen door. There in theceotru of tbe room was John, aud he was— complacently , vsMhtng hut f-«t in Uui dmhpan ! * j The embara99cd misire^ aud her , convuls...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

[after any] illness. i ? Ati' ti«-(» i m(lii«Di», or moj eeitrvn ? 13 ' ! fi tb' ivilrn hi a weak ? ? ' ' condi do i nriihiuc will I »' - tnrely hral ihc iliM-a«r-l ? Hi»i,-,. i i»t k« tb* «e»er«l liaaJih ar ,1 1-Ui ? ranr-*-«d Iif«ja4 vlff*ur kto «J* -^,itt\nr I AWMER8 EMULSION I P«tr*l«im wltk Hv««plioM»lte-. I PImmm tMBte, to astwa tv» f*tl» »Uh I ^JSS.*'^* MMMeh. It kmsfm th« I W«*W «?€?'« h«IUi» .o ihatttwr I wr fofiodrtf -«neMoa»tu:or«llT. Aapthi I I* stlaotoM. rtlswiten i«pn*o9rafvt I «qtul t* An-W. IjMUfcm U* b«M-u I -i|. ra'ih. mi«ht u4 MrMgth. , I. in tbi*'- *Ue%, 1,'j, a'9»iid|«. j A MCC~~MMtn.E I I ?» IMaipi Of 4d. fllllll, | I i ii a. | I TUB ASC.IER OIKUICAL CO, UJ.. I 7 B»tT»r*-. -;t., Sf«nM; ?

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

GREAT CAESARS GHOST. WHAT'S THIS? HeM^lewhite and Co. mrt MiU iht A'jtnfi /or tk* WIL.LOOX A GIMM N'cw Automatic Sewing Machine Ai$e Agtnt$ far VIOTOH Bloyclew. UNION Bleyelsw. MONOPOWK Bicyele)*. A l'ir»t»-l*i« Xcw 'SIflftK ' IVij ?f, 1jm1-'i or -. cut's, £10. BICYLLB SCN.3S/CS mm* *EPU»$ SISIO rOR PARTISIUUUM. 577 (ii:ot:i;i-: St.. Svomv. ?--dino u»i(M ir»«m »;t.it^ jiiiti ?t.Tpv ???JHi* Xi»j( -twn-.r.^iiia *r jo'i |i|t|-u» O^iqAv vuniiniuii J-) n»»-w|- js|vm fix) ijiitt MltlMtips s'»Jt'»-\\ *;!»;; * »in --!? ?ll-.i(unii ?-} jfjn -n }- -«iii-i) -.j «i:«i|«» 'j'ut -,||f(S tl '|I4;V| a-««| ?'- 1«-;J J*«ttlU«.»l VIM| ?II^UIrfJ'1 »V» 'I'ljo \'l»\ Kt SlIUWIlx1 **0',\V )uiv i«n-|{ '; |.ju«ini!*ui *i i..';t«j ^t 1Jqi(« « a)i«m fu:/--4u« jj)J» *}t S\ .|L9J -]V Jjfavp ?-{) --- ''Uiulo im i|8noj;,j 0 ;* '?in«uu«ai|t luoun»j)Ji»u!fflJO jimnbi 44) -j% iJm I SJV VIRTUES th«r« Is imn«« i^ibfjl Fixm th« I«n4 all rauMl \^fln no DiscAtr. win aaiap |!j|^^l nHCUMATt«M I Wa^^H& (.RAVCL AND KI...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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OUR SHORT STORY. During the Honeymoon [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

OUJB bHOBT BT#RV (kiriRglhfllhflepwn ? Ah !f The eju'laiuauoa cam* m a ftipb of ineffable satisfaction from the lips of Geoffrey Helinsley as be beat hia lips to tbe hands that were clasped within his own. ?But ? ' Gosffrey stopped ber wi.h & quick gesture. ' No, Lily, I will have no 'buts.' TeH us just that one thing again— tell me that you love me, and that you will marry me.' Mrs. Dyucvor laughed. ' How downright you are ! I have already said so ow», only—. No, Geo«rey, you most baton.' Her voice was suddenly seriout, aud lie eould not reply in tbe bantering tow be bad smeant to use ' i will ltstsn, Lily, if you wiib it ; hut lei me too, say eometaia:; first X am satisfied to take you a* you are, as I know you, witbo.U looting before or after. Are you quite sure tbat there is any need to rake up what, perhaps, you buried with bitter tears '.' I love you -that is enough for me. Can it Dot satisfy you ?' N re. Dy never drew ber bauds from his. ' You aw mistaking me a little...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

Sporting Nct©3. | LMt month the French horses Presto ? (conqueror of Pretty Polly) and Fifre ' ran a match fur £1000 aside, over a ! straight mile aud a quarter coarse. ' The betting was 13 to 4 on the former, I and the results showed that the pan tors knew a bit, for Preato won in a canttr. — o — The Qilgandra and Go manger is crirketere will meet in a friendly game on the latter's wicket on Saturday (to morrow). It is to be hoped a strong team will be available for the occasion, as Eamongerie boys mean to regain their Uwt laurels. The local club re oeivea little or no support from the i-itiaene of Qilgandra, aud depends on players themselves for subscriptions or donations. Id moat towns there are . eittbasissta who liberally assist the j local clubs, bat that kiid of thing seem* ? foreign commodity iu Oil gandra. Tomer and Jesaop are to flght to a finieh at the Gaiety Club, Sydney, ou j the 25th instant. As they have already foogbt five draws, this 'go' ' under ujtiee should be we...

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Current Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

e«T*BtTa|k. » (BY OBSERVER.) The Premier of New South Wales will leave for Hobartto attend the Premiers Conference about Thursday. Newcastle is not altogether ruined yet, in spits of its recent reverses. A contract has just been let for tbe erec tion ofa Presbyterian cburch there at a cost of 4400. — 0 — Tbe cable states that the Dalai Llama of Thibet has given an audience to a Russian agent at Urge, in Mon golia ; 'he will probably visit 8t Petersburg.' He probably will not do anything el the kind, judging from the latest news from that capital. When tbe Caar a not at home to all callers , 8t Petersburg is no place for Llamas. There are further evidences of tbe Tariff Commission being only required by Victoria. The Brisbane Chamber of OoastBecee has. intimated that it will not forward complaints against the Uriff, through the local coneetor of Customs, as asked. The Commis ?ion will, however, attend at sll tbe State capitals to hear any evidence for or against tbe tariff that may h...

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The Ostrich Farm A VALUABLE LOCAL INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

The Ostrich. Farm A VALUABLE LOCAL IHDU8TRY Oue of the proprietors of Ta« Castlikxaoh enjoyed very much a I-Hd to Messrs. Cairns' and Banderaon a Ostrich Farm laat week, accompanied by Mr. O. B. Stanley, our travelling representative. We were received very courteously by Captain Cairna who, in spite oi toe extreme piwaure ui nun on his hands at the moment, took us in hand and freely explained the many thinga about an ostrich farm which are so little known generally. A consignment of twelve fall grown birds was brought to Oilgaodra aome months ago from one of the large South Auatralian farms — and thus this valuable industry w us started in onr midat. The season has jost been a bunt aa unfavorable aa it on old have been ever since (with practioally no green feed for the birds) and yet one uotioa. that considerable headway has slready been made with the reproductien of these valuable birds. We aaw two batcbeaof 'chickens,' one incubator brad, and the other hatched in the nataral way, ...

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OUR SERIAL STORY. My Lady's Way [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

OUR 8EMAL STORY. My Lady's Way By tbe author of Httaapna Ward,' 'A *nd the Ifarquis' etc., ete. Sbe waskri4wamsa«ie,as thmeti to see wMatber h* would a*k mar*, andtbeopaft the room. Sir Pereg rine, tontine; towards the window again, ehpclrTed, aal then w«s a look of sardonic amusement io bit kwn old faos. ? 8b« would have walked out of lb* hoaos without a look if I had given the word/ be thought. ? Yes, although it bad meant starvation— I could sat itinhert All Um sane, tfcaogh she didn't expeet to be sssl so go to, no! Ym'n elfvar, my youag madam, bat i»t olevsr snoagh to take mo ia ! You MM hero «xpeeiiog to aUy, and meaaiog It, if it eoak) be done with out hortiag that pride of yome. Wall, I like bee—there mas: 1st aajnetbiog of Felipain her, though aha aaa show me nothing, of Felipa's faosl' IU laughed grftaly. ? Hot a word of theake, t^rnighl B# Jove, no— not a syllable t Sbaftfthes bar place bate ss bet right, aoB she'll take all I can do lor bar in the same wsj. There never w...

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General Items [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

General Items The first application for registration under (be Federal Arbitration let has come from the Machine Bhearera* Union. Alreadv there is a protest againut the M.B.U.'s registration from the A.W U , which clsims that it can embrat« all those engaged in the shearing industry. Prospects of the Newcastle coal trade are not bright AH the mines are working, but orders are slack. Io Christcburch, N Z , a young man man eutered a jewelUr's shop .covered the assistants with a revolver, snd rifled the till. He wss ohssed by a crowd and arrested. At a m« el ing of the National Rifle Association, it was affiinicd that funda for an Australian team to Bisley must be provided solely by tbe Common wealth Governmert Another death from plague has occurred at Ulmarra. The victim was a school teacher. Medical experts, in a report to lite Premier, hold that there is a danger of both fires being canted by the n»e of phosphorus for rabbit detti notion. Although the wharf-labouring trouble st Kock...

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Crown Lands FOR C.P. or C.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

0 ovn lands . Ton C.*». or C.L. Coonanble land dixtiict, on Brrida holding, 60 acres, in pariah Gewsb, county Eweumar ; price, 25a per sore. Available Feb 16th Goonamb'e land distriot, ou Tonder brine holding, parish Tonderbnne, county Qowen, (MK) acres, price 4'a per acre ; 477 acres, price 25s per serf) io pari*b Obllinbil, 998^ seres, fritm^ 27s 6d per sere. Available March St. SlTTLMUHT LbaBB. The following settlement lessee will be available on March 16 : — Laud district of Coonamble, withia the resumed area of Bearbuug boidii.f. Farm 294, pariah Biralbung, county Go wen, about 2890 seres; capital value, L227O (at 19s per acre); anneal rent for firat term, L44 16s 4d (at 4|d per acre); survey fee, LIB 5a ; improve ments- F«-oc it. ff L44 lcV 3d. Abont 18 miles from Gilgandra railway aU tion. - Fsrm No 298, parish Dreelong, county Gowen, 2440 acres; capital value Li 799 10s (at 14* 9d per acre) annual rant for tiist Urra, L86 Us 8d (at 8|d per acre) ; survey fee. L18 7a 6d ; imp...

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Forfeiture of Wine [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

Forfeiture of 'Wine At the North Brisbane Lioenstng Court last week John M'Wbinney wae called upon to show how he becHiue poMeased of 231 oases of wine without « license. The defendant's solicitor said the wine was brought by M'Whinney from Sooth Australia, and he bad tiieti to obtain a wine-seller's license, but the d- pnrinii-ut had r«funed the ftpjilicMtioii The bench ordered the loifcituie uf the 1'quor, which was rained st £t(X). No cosu were allowed.

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LOCAL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

LocAt Salm. ifoEwen A Smith report haviafrsole} 400 mixed % tooth on account Mr T. Bonniugton to Mr. H. Rotche at a satisfactory figure.

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

PROGRESS COMMiri'KK The U^usl fortnightly meeting oftha above was held in MtvMM. McKweu A Smith'* ( fticc on Tuesday nitfh; IhM, Prt'ktml — M- hsix. A. A. Mudis (chair), U Hitchtn, M. aloma, J II llitchen, J. J. Murray ai.d the fete, H. W, Mitchell. Minutes of previous meeting were read aud coufa'i and. Letters were read from-** Railway Coiuum-skuient aoknovrled* giug tbe receipt of kilter re extension, of the platform at station. Bairway Commissioners stating that owing to the large stocks of »l«*pera on hand uo fresh oouttacta could bti let. Road Super, CooDamhle, that there was uo mouey available to proceed with the work on the 'Monkey,' but the work of repairing Miller Street would be proceeded with at once, Coonamble Laud Board stating that the applieation for special lease of 80 acres would couie before the Board meeting ou the lath inst Postal Dept. in reply to n request for an increase of £00 on contract price for the Gilgsndra-Tenandra ser vice owing to altered time table, ...

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THE MARKETS. PRODUCE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

THE MARKETS. pROLUCE PtlCM. The followiug are tbe latest quota tions at Red fern : Hew wheat— N.8 W., f.s.q. shipping 3« 44 per bust! (fijrdoey) , prime mill ing 3. 5}d Flour— Old Sydney roller, £8 lie to £9 per too. New Sydney roller £8, 10s; count ry brands SH to £8 7a 6d. Bran, 8d per bush ; pollard, lid Maiie— Northern River, best avail able, 2s 6d per bubhsl ; weevily from 2s 2d, other psrts 2* 8d. Chaff.— N.S.W., £8 18a 6d to £4 *

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THE CASTLEREAGH GILGANDRA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1905 "Without a writer and the press A place to the world is dead." EUMUNGERIE BLOCKS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

I K OASTIKREAGH Gimuxpiu, Fkidat, -ibicabt 10, 1906 'Without a wiiter and the piess A plaoe to the world is dead.' faiUMUNGEKlE BLOCKS. Information has just reached as about some Lauds Department bungling at Eumuugerie that would appear to oall fur a i mi her clearer explanation than torn «u far givttfi by the oAcial red tapeum of the D»-pt. It is now uearly i six mouth* siuce the Eomongerie town blocks were surveyed, while they were gslotted as open for sale on December 24th last. There are no leas than ? dosor applicants ready and willing to boy and pay for them. The very names of these gentlemen have been submitted to ibe IVpartmeut, yet nothing hue beeu dono to facilitate the puich«i-e« iht-y debit e to make. No auction sale ho* yet been held, or, so far s« tbt- public kuow.even projected, neither has auy price bee* tiled tor the land in order that private purchases may be made. Representations have b#eu made to the Department with the result, we believe, that it baa been made k...

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Mudgee Wool at St Louis. A WIN FOR CULLENBONE [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

Mudgee Wool at St Louis. A WIN FOR CULLENBONE Mr. A. H. Prince secretary of New South Wales Sheep Breedero* AMooia tion, baa received su official intimation that a oat*e containing a fleece of rains woo), grown by Mr. J D Cox, of Culleubone, received the highest sward vis., a gold mod* lai the St. Louis Ex hibition. This is a most gratifying proof that our stud masters are keeping the pure Australian merino up to the very highest point of eto«Meuoe. Mr. Cox is to be congratulated on this emphatic endoirement of his judgement, aud this added testimony to the fame of Modgee wool is only clouded by the knowledge that the fatnens Culleubcue Mud will be put under the hammer in April, owing to Mr. Cox's coutinoed ill-health, and that it may be scattered far and wide. However Wnllinga and Cullenbone are also the diieot descendants of the fwrnoos Broom bee flock, and mar Mad gee's studs long be tit to wiu such high honors in the great exhibitions of the world. — Guardian. We join in the con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

Wanted to Buy -TWENTY ACRE8 of land fronting I ths river, close to Oilgaudra. Particulars this office. Caution VjOTICEto Trespssssrs.-AII per JLl sons fosod trespassing in sny of my paddocks will be prosecuted without respect to persons. All dogs shot R. G. H1TCHKN, Feb. lOtb, 1905 Oilgsndra. To Station Owners GOOD Carpenter and Blacksmith, thoroughly understands mechanical work on station, wants a sitostion. Good references Apply GEO. EDWARDS, Newsagent, Gilgandra Notice MR. GEO. EDWARDS, r.ewssgent, Gilgandra, has been appointed SOLE AGENT for T»_ Castlrrbaoh, for Gilgandra and distuc'. Copies of the paper may be obtained from him. GILGANDRA FRUIT- EXCHANGE F. J. BIRKS Fruit of kinds in season, al ways in stock We are Wholesale and Retail Vendors #JO*B DK1HRS ft SR£6IAm Confectionery — The bent quality Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Egg*, Fresh Butter. Delivery made to all parts of the tewn. L0.0.F7 Gilgrandra Lodge, No 94 A GRAND -B -_£. I__ X_ under the auspices of the above order...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

Every Description «' Sawn Pine and Hardwood in 8tock and to Order. MU8BA »RB88fl» *? BBS »B8MB Liberal Term* to Purchasers of Large Quantitujl Wood Turning a Speciality Tios Jones, H. Gibson, PROPRIETOR. ? MANAGER 1905 ~ AND THE Ente:p?i39 Stores are still goiaflr strong Hm m»cb pleasure id thanking his patrons for their peat liberal topper t and hopes for a contir nance of sane By his watchword — LOW PRI6ES AND STRAIGHT QEALIN© WINS THE TRADE ' Note the address— Enterprise Scores, Gilgandta. THE DON TAILOR _PR/ OTIC AL TAILOR. Gilgandra Order your SUMMER SUIT atonce Hundreds of patterns to seiect from All orders w»ll be given prompt and personal attention Fit Style and Finish Guaranteed TELKUUAHI HOTEL GILGrVNDRA D. G\ Simmons BEGS to thank hii patron* for f«St favors aud hores for a eontinu aoo« of same. Bea* Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept in stock First clans accommodation for visitors Good table alwsyskept. Superior stabling accommodation and a careful groom empl- yed. ....

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