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MR. A. F. ROBINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

MR. A. F. KOBllfaV # Mr. A. F. fUaiao, btod maater of tbo Coo*%mbta Saparior Pablie School, diod vory eaddoaly oa Saaday after oeoo(Jea.l) Tba aeoeeeed had not baoa too wall daring a day or two proeioaaly, wo aadintaod, aad Or. * ftbtlttea had boaa ceiled io oa Saaday moraiaar. Tba oaaoo of doalb waa boat t apoplexy, povaiMy aooeUratad by otbor ? .. caaaaa. T-' lato Mr. Robiaa, wbo wh ia obarg* of tbo OooaaawU T.l!ir 8obool for a littlo orer foar yaare, waa a aMu of ooui4UerabU» imltora, and bald a atgb-ttftM eertitlcare aa a teacher. He took uomm intrreat iu public Batter*, and for the !*»» conpte r-f yeere waa hunorary trraauu-r of (he Soboolof Arta. TIm» di«mkvd w«i ' barf4y ia tie pria»e of life, briug only ?5 yaara of a**. Tba foneml took place «n Monday * aftoraaaa, and waa largely atteadeti, aoaoideriac the frightful net I her. Oror Hty of hie former pnpile walkad witb tbo aad proeaaaioo to tbo grate tba tatofasaat waa ajade in tbo CJI «ae»otery, tbo Roe i. Parr oAoiatiag ai ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO REPUBLICS AT IT. AMERICA AND VENEZUELA. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

TWO REPUBLICS AT IT. AMERICA AND VENEZUELA. The United State* has issued an nl timatam to Venesaela in respect of her obligations under the Hague tsoiaios. If is aceified that anlats the pablie fulfils tb*M obUgatioM kesore March and remedies other grievasie— com plained of by various Powers, tb*** will be a naval demonstration by tb* United Bias**, and asisore of tb* Venesaekn Customs. Tb* President of Vens*n*sa bas bad mounted at tb* port a avsaWrtf guns, i Deluding dim JO-usatisaitss Oreaeosa, wkich were ooastructed for tbe Boon.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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OUR SERIAL STORY. My Lady's Way PROLOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

OUR SERIAL STOBY, MfLaWsWi| By the author of 'Madam'* Ward,' ' A Long Lane,/ 'Cruel Kindred,' 'Mt-li--'» ?nd the Marquui' etu., jjto. PROLOGUE. 4 And that's all !' concluded the client. ' All '?' echoed the lawyer. ' I don't thiuk I have left anything out that I tan tell you, bat if there ts any other question you wish to ask ? ' ' I think nut. 1 think I fully under stand.' ? There is do reason why you sbotihT not— Uk whole thing is as plait* m * pikestaff. With good management it should be equally plain sailing. Anyhow, you 'It do your beat, Ken drick,' and with as little delay as poMiblu V 1 You may safely depend upon me.' ' That'- well. And you'll spare no money ? When a man's mind m once made up toA a thing the soonor it ib done the hsjnr, I say. As. for making all the hasj) you can, you won't need to be told that I don't take waiting any too patiently.' 4 The matter shall be put in band at once, Sir Peregrine, and all that can be done shall be.' The lawyer began to put toother ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Neighbourly Neighbours. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

NeleJiksMurfv M*4dBk9*w« V ntory i* told of a lawyer and phy sician who lived next door to each other in a small country town. The physician asked one day if he might horrw from the lawyer hi* edi tion of Shakespeare's works. ' You are welcome to read the work in my library,' the lawyer answered, ' but you can't take it away with you I am sorry to say, for I bave lost so many books through lending them that I have r- -solved never to let a nothur volumo l»*,ve my house.' A week pa-ts^l, and the lawyer came and asked for the loan of his lawn mower. ' \ Hiu only too glail to lend you a lawn-mower,' said the physician, ' though it is m- rule never to let it leave my lawn. There, however, you may use it all ---u pl«»a*e.'

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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A Lethal Fall. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

A Lethal Pall. BY A DANKER * From I) rue to time during Ui« win ter months ibe metropolis nt the great British Kmpire ia Hbrooded in a deaee, opseus pall of combined fog aad sinoke ; day im turned into blackest night; and lh« pnnr« citv is plunsedia s ciinroeriaii -W'.« im.'*. In a ssvere — though happily n»re —visitation like that which literally plunged Ijoodoa into luouring in Ihe year 1H71-, wbea inors than two WioitMind victims sne enmbed to the deathly, choking com pound, sod hundred* of ox«n were suf focated io the Christ mm cattle show, the black murky pall wbicb overbad owed tbs city as though the sun bad been obi i tare 1 from the firmament was so dense and so turbid that it was im possible to see ao object a yard distant, even the lights in tbs shop windows failing to paaetrate the sooty shroud wbicb enveloped everything. In the streets an appalling oon fusion reigned supreme. Men with links und torches preceded every vehicle, hut notwithstanding this, constant and repeat...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

Rheumatism U your muscles am sore, boats ?aae, Joists fe«l stiff, and if pains dart through your tody, It to probably ramsMtisiu. Purify jroer Mood, get oat all the rheusaetisai Botoon — a* need of you* suletlag in this way. -^aBBBBBavJ ^^' s m*C^^^^*^ ?^^P^BBBBJPV ^k^B*^ ST \ v ^ W» tmif «*? JMswawtottsr tnm Mr. R. J. irniiiil.TriSjMirT^- Ansttmlia. Mr. KvwkM «Jm ?MSTataraotognph. 'I mMtnA grmttr with rtwn»»rl«. wklob laM mm A for a long tla*. I triad m gnMMunraM-eisteH,k«tth7t w*of littto or so mm: A Mtmd wko had tJm Ay«r's It MM to iask Hk« all Um otter mSBm. Bat (Ban wm *graa4awl nt*aamat — wan to ?*«? far a»-, for after takta* «a« *oMb I wasbMSK. TlMnveUaafkMaatatodawn. ta-sslia»BMB-alaaTwewtaa41lwtB--|«f iawrywaj. A ftw wililaM-wJy Svta«n— ta* Sanafaviaa I ala* taafc ifW** FiSa t* k»«* ay Ww»ia lu goo* mUmmm.' AVER'S Sarsaparilla Ikar* at* aktity lm*tutb-n HanaaarfllM. B* aur« jr-»i ^m 'Ajr«tm.'r PWaai»iayaV.J.C.Ay«rC«,.i«w»i.iaaw C.t-A In tho *^-i»OeM of Urfi^Mel bourno Handi...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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GLADYS MAHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

OLADY8 MAHEft. IV iafaat daogbler of Mr. and lobs Maker, of CrUfamlra, aaocambrd to tbo fdJaate of tbe eoatianed bot weather oa Moaday, Jaa. lad. Mocb aympatby waa abowa to tbo be* caved paiaaja^ Tao lamalaa wrtw iatarred In tba B.C. cemetery Mr. aMrth weite performed tbo datica of aadar taker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

r HI FURNITURE |l S POR MANY YEARS it has been our privilege to # enjoy * very extensive Wholesale furniture Business through I put the Sutf, and we hare always done our best to enable V I CMIMtry Storekeepers to' cultivate the Furniture Trade, by f publishing and issuing, Free of Charge, comprehensive r Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists of all kinds of Kurni ' S ture, which are obtainable from your LOCAL Storekeeper. ' , (WE HAVE NOW ARRANGED to place «t the - f disposal of intending buyers through our numerous Cetintry ( f representative*— t tie whole of our magnificent stock which ' 5 comprises the most Modern and Artistir lurniture in all the i . 1 Latest and Approved Designs. The extent ot our stock may be \ gathered from the fact that our Warehouses extend through f from Clarence to Kent Streets, and our numerous Showrooms, C Ac, coyer a floor space of over 39,000 sq. ft. considerably 5 over an acre. 5 THE PLAN WE HAVE ADOPTED » by a 1 Letter of Introduction. We know full...

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Obituary. WILLIAM KEARNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

OWtzaxj. W1LMAM KEARNS. A lleefw cultrr iumfd William K*ara* ft-ll n victim to Ueu I uppUpU'Xj ?MfNOSad l-y (lie exr«*sir« lient in Jaa. Srd (Toeaday) xt Old Hmbor. it appear* (but deceased, who b»d just ?aJebed sapper, wne preparing pi pa ol -labaoeo wbea the Mroke overtook dim. Oajajt, Marphy immediately prooradid to OM Harbor, and nrt» da* Bra Ccnat. Roae in company with Mr. Qibaoa, J J-., left Qihjaadra for Old Harbor -brre a mafcteterial eaqairy waa bold tbe iaiiag baioa; aa above. The body #aj awartejd in the fc C. portion of tba (Hbmmdra Gfejdeiy, Me. Marpb* beiaf the .ndertekrr

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Manchester Unity Oddfellows. BATHURST DISTRICT ANNUAL DELEGATE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

/ MaacfcMtor Ualty Odd. ftlfews. / HATHURST DISTRICT ANNUAL I DKLRC.ATE MEETING i Tbs anauaJ conform** of dehgsda* repreteetiaf tbs various UimIm(/ Uotij Uiifstlowi lodge* io tbs Baiban* District (Ifatfaurst to Boorke) for itOf , im btidtt GilgMidm on Werfntedtj. Thursday ?od Friday of iMtvMk. TkoboMiwrol Ibu cod feraac* Imt* i» a oowpliawit to our tova tad to |a« MMrnr of ta* offiean of Um kml lodf*. The doiagatm arrived by tho mail tr»iu at n)iddajron Wednesday a«d mmw after ♦heirarriral. « walcoino thundtntonn took plaoeand oooUkJ theair aooMwhat, Uie gUw ftJliii^ from 106 Io 84. It 1 had baen from lOOtollfidegrMainihe ?hade for the jtaat tea 4my. Bro. Clarke, th« Grand Ma^r, of Sydney, ? 'Ttninrl th- iiilngitM The eon ferenoe wat opened in the Coronation Hail after lunch, Bro. Connors, P.G. M. (Wellingtons being in the chair, i *nd Bro: P O'lfeara, D.P.0 .11., in 1 -he riot) chair. The following deie -?^Tjaiea wore alfto preeent :— B*thur*i, -1. D. Stone. POM. ; Ocan^B, A. W Mel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

1 Comfort | H tr»mhm»nt. 9mk» *ai«Il M U 4Hmkm,Pmt i||iiH)y»iti H ? itrrur vr«aay« a*fcm»tw n ?k IWMIIMiaillMHM ^H , wolfes YY AROMATIC JL SCHIEDAM Schnapps R FOI THAT im Fl£l*C j| ?? ??m^thtng u»*fi which ys*u fcS 1 M /THE \ jW OFTHEWT \ SlttikJ' WATSONS^ Z\ CELEBRATED * Worm nuts I IIQUTUUU. T)w Mwthcr'a H«-. * Th» QMMrmf VHaM. .TfctavtlnOfo mM Mto N4MNMMMII * T*f ?taMHlmi.il Ik* vtrtow «l tl» mm i«mIm VMM ??? W ??WsU^an y ^sm^^ev aw a^^a^a^s^a—^^ u MtSm: ?*? f*» »? i-d»r f«M MmU Im m Mm* tearwiiy UU mJw 4 , .. - va no.rs voijt «crj. £(???%*?(*«*?« '-V-* tMsors worm m factwt. -aBa*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

Toor little fellow ! Ho cooghH bo hard he cannot | alwp. That makes him weak xl sickly all the next day. Hi:? brother thinks this roughing is terrible. 8o do ▼.-.'», for we know that just a few (tate* of Aydf's Cherry Pectoral Till cure this cough. For «0 yearn it ban l-een the standflnl cough remedy for children. Look out for cheap imita tions. Oet the genuine. la sw«* aMl ml MtlM. AnM etMMSMtfoa. HaaStaae«r«l-jrtM fssjswisrlr.JLC.a-srCa,lisil-»Bsi.lLt.4,

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

The Balt. A oomplimentary ball was tendered to the visiting officers and delegates on Friday night in the Coronation Hall by the inttrribers of the local lodge. The bail was lately attended and was a distinot success, despite the unsuitHblenfHg of Die weather for indulgence in the light fantastic. Bro. Stnirthwaite, the energetic and court eous secretary of tho local lodge had all the arraugemento well in hand, and deserve* much praise for his un tiring efforts, throughout tne week, to entertain (he vixiting luetlnon and saake their stay in (iilgatulr* a very pleasant one indetnl. That the visi tors appreciated Inn efforts wa-* evi denced by the many expressions of pleafiure and goodwill, heard on evt*r\ hand. A really splendid fiupper was provided at the hall, and full ju*tirc was done to the many good thincn with which the tables tboundrnl. The I OOF order of Oddfellows was ably represented by Bro F. A. Smith of Gilgandra. The ball continued till the early hours and the H*V- annua...

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DISCONTENT IN RUSSIA. CRUEL KNOTING AF FEMALES BRUTAL POLICEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

DISCONTENT IN BU88IA. CRUEL KNOTING AF FEMALES BRUTAL POLICEMEN. The Holy 8ynoi of Russia has ad - ressed to the Cxar a mesaorial pro testing against tb* insenate mackina tioos of certain nobles attempting to induce the Czar to abrogate some of but power. Tbe procurator of tbe Holy Synod (M Pobiedtaoftseff) recognises that tbe Czar possesseff all riphto save tbe right to violate bis oath to preserve the autocracy of tbe crown and the an.- , orthodoxy of the Church. A .manifesto R^ned by 117 literary, political, and scientific Russians, pub lUbed in Germany and Switassiand, narrate* instances of tbe cruel knout ing of female students and other girl*, following upon the Jeanon station by the men students at Moscow on Do* cember 11th, although the girl* took no part in the disorder. Owing to the brutal violence of tb* polio* in quelling a student's tesOB ??ration in Moscow, tb* municipality has sopprs— d a vote for the mainten ance of tbe gendamerie until tbe per petrator* are suitably...

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THE WAR. AFTER THE SURRENNDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

THE WAR ArTEBTHE BURHENDKR. The Japan— are now in )-osse9»ioo I of aU the Port Arthur fort* Eighty-six Russian officers have been paroled. Eighty -two prefer captivity, and accompanied 6000 Russian regulars, who OMtened oat, and proceeded to Delay. A Japans** loree nas enierea ron Artbar to keep order. Non-combatants bave the option of ' remaining. | Japanese sailors are clearing tbe harbor of mines, and removing sunken Japanese balks from the entrance to the channel. There are indications that only tbe part* of tb« Raeeian battleship* above tbe water line were destroyed at Port Arthur. A cursory examination mad* by ex perts suggests that Iher* were no in terior explosion*, ani the Japanese hops that repairs will he possible The Japanese are bridging the Yalu for the purpose of linking the Korean and Chinese railways, and strength ening toe position of General Kuroki. A new field railway has been estab liabed southwards of the Japanese lines on the Sha-ho Tbe Wrtarles of the Russian...

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OUR SHORT STORY. For Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

Ol'.R SHORT STORY. For Howie. 'It mil t a good thiug for engaged persons to be too long separated, no matter how much they think of each other,' said the captain of the ship, as he pushed his cap b*/)k from his brow, and took a deen, hreatii of sea air. ' I've seen too much of it. We get a pretty good chance to study human nature aboard ship, und I've known it to too many time*. A man may think a good deal of a woman, and Hhe of him, but if one goes on a journey without the other for several yearn, they almost invariably grow apart. They can't help it. Otber persons come into their lives, and it's natural to become interested. Not that they don't mean to be true to each other-^but it's human nature.' Witb that the captain arose and wandered toward the forward end of the ship. He had been sitting on the aft hatch with Diek Danby, one of' the passengers of the big Pacific liner. Diek had been leaning on one hand, and it had pressed against a coil of rope until the coarse strands of tb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

MOTHER [ SEIflEL'S SYRUP AIDS DIGESTION CURES I1DI6ESTI0N. i Kw''?iil '^ [ood and P°uer to digest it areetsemial to sound health, for k- only bv til* digcsiion and -««ai:lat^u of Jo^d caa lost Or worn-out UkLU *? tissue be replaced and life au*tai;i. d Who,, d.jcstio . tail*. ^ i . dvKpri.Ma or iiMligestioii. both barty and brain arr starved, lit, ,,allt ((, Ur. -,,n. » u» u.il ' snd weak, incapable of acti.e. vigorous rJi.i.1. or cl.-ai %»sUuh* ihotLhi 1 eadaclic*. »ossolappetiu-. pains allrn-ating. fi.laes* ut tin th,»t. neif«tMt-n iemy ?'* ?'?ssjlassacau are but « U-w o4 liic nwnv d.«.r.lt, i 'vimh 1st Oieir origin ia imparfect digeMioi. uuJ nutmioi, TWty drap^ „. Moir-r Sewels Syrup taken daily alter meals mates foU *M,r.J -9li ||km*t. ,,„ * Sfc!K?JSLt!S!i 'a '' '''''' ''' * ? s ''1'ou'1 f HAS CURED THOUSANDS. U 'Three years back I suffered dre.acuully from acme pain* in the stomoi It LJ ? ? .5^* ?nd ev«ry'hjn« ' «« ^««ne »P 'gaiu- On seveul .honw.^ I Kf ?IB*li? 'y workl Mnd al ...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

Sporting1 lTotea. : Th« CiMina bars bran moea, whi- \- I Uh\ plate uu Wrdueaday and TLm I dxj wfte a great aucccaf. I Jwrky MoOill'a mare Nada ia aliil in train and abould be cherry lips t-i (obboia and Merrygoeo meetings. Liberty and Comet, two licnl j equine*, are beinj: prepnred for (_? l-- | bum du I he 26th instant, and may |»-v for tlitrir (Nil hi iliHl KMtht-iing. Mr. Alf. Folej'a Chere Amis ha bf«ii sold for 800*1. « to H. Wt-ott-i-, and goea to South Afiica. Thia um fol sou of Futile is sure to emit li Dick'*, banking nccoont. — o — Wairiki, tb« New 7n a lander, iojand during the roun-ug of last Melbourne Cup, is now ou the mend, aud wiil shortly be aent aciotM to Maorilai.'l, wbere he will be Ofed for siod pu-- poses. - o— One of Aaatralin'a btst thorough breds snuffed out taut week at the age of 21, uamely Abeicm , CarbineV great rival ou tbe turf. Tbe hand some chest not won all bis raoe» whilst owned by the late Hon J White, being ridden by the lute Tom Hales. ) There s...

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Balladoran Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

Balladoraa Watt? Supply. A correspondent writ:ng from Bal tadoran to the 'Dobbo Diapatoh,' writes aa follows : — Tbe want of water has been terribly felt l.ere during the aottmer, and especially dnring the beat wave now bappilv leaving na. Tte Railway Department have, for toire t-nv», been annnlri'* P' -n« tri-weeklv train service 7.2O0 «rallona nt water from Dobho per trip, bot thia ( in little more than aowWant to main, j tain life. The r»in that ae* in after , the repent Wn flrea of the week waa Quite a *-* pmmL n»* we 'w lo^^n' for a mnch heavier visitation. ! BnaineM is largely ?* ? «»«ndstm owinr*o **rmlt of water and the nec*MritT of battling with the bo«b Irefifl t,1m wrfgVboiunood.

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CURRENT TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 13 January 1905

?CJUBJtT TALK. BY 0B8ERVEB. At a reoant inquest on tbe body of a young man who was killed by a 'put* ' crowd at Newtown, tht cowsc commented on tbe lack, patent to bias, Ibat a number of kbe witnesses wsm lwrea tea from telling all tbty knew ol the matter by fear of reprisals from Umm dam brigands. On Saturday night George Robbing, aged 89, was attacked by several man at Newtown, wbom he recognised as belonging to a loe%l push, and they bad indicted attars injuries upon him before be was rescued by the police. Tbia path banMW ii becoming such a serious matter, thai it ought to be treated in a apeoial way. Tbe law shoold be ex erted to make it an offence to belong to a push, and in cases of push of fences tbe police not ooly ought to proceed against tbe actual orimtnal*, i out steps ought to be token to compel them to divulge the names of all those connected with the association, so that i tbe others might be punished on that I account. The remedy to be sought | after, ought to be of...

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