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Australian Farming. COMPULSORY BYE-LAW MARKING OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

Australian Farming. (BY CKKSPIN.) COMPULSORY IIYi; LAW MARKING OF 8HKK1V Any legislation aiming »t compelling bratstas to adopt uniform age marks for Ibeir ibeep would iu a sale beoefit a vendor mor* ?van than a purchaeer. A buyer knows what a aJMep- mouth ougkt to be at a certain age, ^od the ? btstfit of auy doubt be reserves for himeelf. Bat a sheep's woutb ie not always premaeJj what it ought tu be, and it is tfee owner vbo (eelr the dis advantage. On bard plain* «nd gravelly eon d try when tbe gram is eo tboct as to neoeiMitale croppiux clow to the eartb, a sbesp s teeth Income worn down long before they would uDda? ge»erally ei. sting eircui usances aodae Iwfeca «utwl, when doubt ei uti tbe low of events generally turns ?faint* the vendor. A kbtep rarely looks jovmger than be ij\ but ofteii looks oWer when his mouth is ei anaioed. Ou tbe other band, tbe re are disadvantage* to a method which set* aside a particular ear io all sheep for tbe registered ear mark of tbe owner and ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK EATING POISONED RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

STOCK EATING POIHONKD BABBITS A little while afco attention wm drawn to the question of sheep eating poisoned rabbit*, or fwrt* of poisoned rabbi**, and ftiuft becoming iu their j turn poisoned. lately. I have heard ; cfcalile indulging in the delicacy,! irrespective of the number of weeJc* tbat the poisoned venniu ha\e laid c cad on tbe grout il. Wt« all kuotr tbat cattle will eat mtuy tljiups nud | crbapA souie rfineuiWt the illtislrn tiun in a oomic paper - f the X rtvs I bctof?rspb of tlie mteiu.r cf a *nb it tlan cow. There *a-- dmtaeed the j«. iat stock of a cun»*itv shop mid a ?-«oodhand ironnKnfccr. The artist bad slightly es«ggcrtiti-l tbe situation fcr the sake of bmnrur, Imt tbere ii a tc.-iu of truth iu the kIva. Cattle Lave been seen nrtimily eating the rabbitf, ami tho difficulty i«- rather I hart Io contend with On-» mi»f re- 1 i rain froni poisoning mbbits on one's j cwn ptjopartv, bot others may come . a ad die from dsemhen-. However, | tbe evil cannot be « vtty wnu...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPROVEMENT OF SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

1 M l'ROV EMKNT OJ? SOII^ Though . dtiring late years, iptat Blre«h has been lukl on th*-itDfK-rt»noe of iftiiriiin^ to the 8»il Uiat wbicli I'«k bueii taken from it by atfricultur iHts. the Home recognition of a hn*' fa-tor in sutx-eHK has not d ways oonie from iniHtoniliits. Perhaps it is be cnusc in the lutu-r irwtunue so nwge an Htnoiint of nourittbment in not teJk -mi from tin- soil, and. {lerhapB, it is l**catiiie. to a lar«-s extent, ' Natwr d-H-n the work which in tlie fonn^i cai.se must b»- peiforiui-«l by man. A» a mutter nl fact, laud \vjiich is given over to p»Htiii-e iwtuully iutpi-oveii in vuhie during the uniial courts of event*, that is without mi\ thing being artificially put on to it by man. We have been to|d by theorists that pas toral properties must necessarily year by yeiM- decrease in value ; tbmt so ujuii- nwn aneep nave neeiiaottiesMni year, mo many fate, and no much wool aiul that all this is so much of the valuable constituent h of tbe soil actual I v none...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETURN OF FERTILISING IN GREDIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

h I'/n ' «N OF FKRT114B1SO I X CTim-TEN'Ta ? It ma- hn brought forward as. au argument Mint the valuable pro|iertkii of the soil could return b- mean* of the air and other unknown mediums no more to the land of pasture than j to country which is undexciiltivatiou. ' The answer is not far to seek. As u i matter of ftu't the lite-diving qualitit-s of the ftoil return in PXHCtly the samr manner to lioth ^Tra/ing and cultivat ing laud ; but in the caw of the font lei tin- eonslnnf drain of valuable part* is comparative!) infinitesimal, for nearlx all the ttf-mw eaten returns almost immediately m the form of duiuj. whilst tbe Hiipply frofn the uir -»r other aforesaid unknown a^'iiciwH j fully make* up the deficiency. How- j rrnr. thin apparent HkT ahoukl not ( dHer us fi-om scfzinjj even op|K»rtuu- ) ity of ad«liii^ to tbe riclmes-i ol noil j in grazing cotintn ? It in likely that | in Uie near future nriifici.il tntwuninf,' will lie largely rewortfld to b- nearl- everyone, hw ihti more ...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

A Mjgltal ?aviour. (By A Special JUporUr.) A In tepht to ? prevMtfA* *)-*?-% JM?- J-oait«TftiilIip«, w»oLv#» atNCW Uroie-itt-Mt. C»mp«raowo, went f into .lot.n. of suck an latWMtiaff nh,riltfr th»t it U c-M»i-kiMl ?ivkaMo io,mm - our rcaU«n the bpitefrt oi tbrm. ?HI , Miillips mM :- . T1^ ^ ?Sai*« tka« bafura I wtt marr.«l my b«aUh took taeit ? b«*t turn tli#t 1 bec*jn« «s wrrt--bail ?« » woman conl-l be. »y Femp^raBK'nt was altered kltrt grthfr, for in«l«u»-i ?-- l --m.' o\mHtm pcrrd and q»' gci so i ross it li ex citable and d--f-rf»«---i in »|.hm- mut I was not an aniiaM*- c-nntmnion few anybody. 1 didn t f*cl inr'm -l t - work, or' read, or an-thin«r. ami u-«--l In til ami womier *hy |»^-|-lo Knd to livo «h) we had to ondtirr- alien 'an nnlu»!' |»y fiiatrnc* ?' 'Uo you »v«r rumiivaU in that at- !?? now ?' 'Ob, no ! l'vft givni ,th«t up it-»i-.r aso, and can now »eo c\rr\ tiling in '-b ? bii-;httbt asj^it, but I et r' thm !»?«?- ? tad ikaiHC w«s ofl, iidl m- »n(I. rinj-- wert re«...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

The GUgandrii H*lf-dr#ssJng Saloon. 0 '^^taB**w E*l*rt Tradb«m»u in Attendance. D I gUstAe* I #%*!!?*# 9l|4AlVil Recognised Bfest TaHein the West. Reliable Marker alway* ? ' ' ' ? ~ i ~ ? ?! iiim ? , I,, ti tu. 3£ on the Spot. AC.nt -.r T.tu^u Newsagent and Tobacconist.

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

{ i ! : ! j i i - i ,; i ?; ! ? '? '' I ? i i ! ! - FOR - FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT WHICH WIL APPEAL When We Firish Stoc&takihq AMD IN THE MEANTIME MAKE STRAIGHT TO - TH1 - with you money andsecure gome ot DON'T MISS THEM OR YOU WILL BE SORRY. COMMERCIAL STORES, Giigandxa and Q-ulargambone. j i ? L

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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CRICKET. ELONG ELONG v. FEDERAL. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

?RICKBT. ELONG ELONG v. FEDERAL. (From our own correspondent.) The above teams met on the Elong ground 00 Saturday teat, Um borne team winning by 7 wicket* and 6 runs. Appended are the score* : - Femuul— First Innings. J. Hand, b J. Yeo „. ... 3 W. Piper, not oat ^ ... 4 A. Yso, b J. Yso ... ... 11 Joe Yea, b W. Yeo ? 19 Tom Yso, b Jack Yeo ... 7 H. Nash, c J. Yso, b W. Yso 8 J. Goilao, ran oat ? 9 L. G0IU0, b Jack Yso ... 1 V. Dtnailtey, b W. Yeo ... 7 Sundries ? 1 Elonu Elokg — First lanuao. W.Yeo,cT.W.Yeo,bH.Na»h 0 a. TbomLsoo, b H. Nash ... 18 Jack Yso, b U. Ness) ? 88 I. Tbomasoa, b H. Naab ... 8 J. CulknVb H, Ns«h ... 9 A. Yeo,bT. W. Yeo ? 8 E. Yeo, b T. W. Yeo ? 9 B. Oolsby.cT. Yeo, bH. Nash 7 A. Me Martin, » H. Nash ... 0 T. Black, b H. Nash ? 1 S. Wbittos), Mt out ? 5 Sundries... ... ... 6 Im Fe»-:iAi.— Second Innings. W. Piper, oW. Yeo, bJaofc Yto 10 Joe Yeo, b W. Yeo ? 89 A. Yeo, bW. Yeo ? 1 T. Yeo, b Jack Yeo ? 16 J.Heod.c Joe Yeo, b Jack Yeo 7 H. Nash, bW. Yeo ? 9 V. De...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

COLLJE. From our own Correspondent rVe are passing through some very dry weather. Two thunderstorms passed over the district last Fridsy, 4 poiiits oeiog legistered in tbe first storm, and 44 in the second, in other 'places round the district it was much heavier. The prospects altogether are not very promising, both for water and grass, and farmers who are wait ing for tbe rain to commence ploughing operations. The rabbit pest is still on the in crease, notwithstanding that a large number of landowners are trying to keep them down by poisoning and other means. Our neighbourhood has been very quiet lately, many of the young folks having left tho district in searoh of work, which is not p roc arable near bom 3. An old resident of the district, Mr. Townsend and family, left ns on Wed nesday for Qilgandra. Wanted.— Advertisers, Subscribers snd Correspondents, Send in your name at unce as one of the three to the* Editor, 'Uuttilerusgh,' Qilgandra.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Voices of the Winds. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

V*lt*Se*tfccWlie1ft. (BY A BANKER.) Varied and ever changeful art the fitful and inconstant voioas of the winds ; now but the soft and wtoisyr ing breath of the evening sephyr, uow the harmony and musioal oaeWoe of the summer breese evoking rbyth mioal inelodv fawn sIm Wvm mJ boughs of the woods and forsake, or uow the hoarse, frenzied roar of the hurricane or the raging tornado. We are standing upon one 0/ that numerous group of beautiful islets rising out of the Atlantic not a half hundred miles from the entrance to the English Channel. The hub is obsoured, but is lighting up the) eloods with a vivid snow-white spleadour, which, reflected on the water, cause* the surroundiug rooky islet* to ra nemble the prospect of the tipper Alps viewed from one of those lofty eum 11 lit*, when tha pure white see, ol clouds in far beneath, and the many lieaks and pyramids pierce that glori ous, outspread snowy ocean. And sh, entranced wirfi the beauty of the { s*cene, we linger uutil the western...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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A BIG SUN SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

A 1)10 -HUN SPOT. For several daya thia week a re markably large 'Vnn spot' has been visible ou the snn. The 'spot' in easily I ?ct'ii with the assistance of smoked «/Uhkps. It lifts been estimated that the dimension? of ihe 'xpot' are abwut 9,'i,0kj mile* long by about 50,000 milt )? »-'«-», s«d 80 globes or earths con Id be dropptd into (his 'spot' and bo loot -rather a la rye 'spot.' The appearance of this sun spot has set weather proph*'ts going. It will be rciucmbered that Mr Wragge assigned to the sun spots a good deal of influence on tbe wsatner.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL RAILWAY TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

LOCAL RAILWAY TRAFFIC We are indebted to the courtesy of local station master (Mr. C. Roche) for the following returns for the month of January : Goods : Iu wards, 225 tons 5 cwts 2qr«; outwards, 186tus 10c w Is 2qrs ; revenue, L349 7s 7d. Wheat snd Wool : 367 bags wheat despatched, 18 bales of wool. Live Stock ; Sheep, outwards, 6,224-, revenue Lit) 9s 4d Passengers : 132, revenue L1892s 4d Total Revenue, L504 19s lOd

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABBITS ON CROWN LANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

KABBIT8 ON CROWN LANDS In a recent issse of Thi CabtlbkKAQB some strictures were pcaeed iu our leading columns on tbe provisions of the recent Rabbit Act, particularly in reference to the absence of any provis ion to oomp«l tbe destruction of the rodents on Crown Lands. We hesr tbst s'-roe idea pertains locally of tast ing wheiher or not the Minister for Lands (as nominal trustee of Crown Lands) cannot be summoued und«r the provisions of the Act which, strange asjoegh, applies to Commons trustees. It it a very risky undertaking, indeed we are alsaost sure that their are already SupresjM Court decisions to the contrary. This * sjm ?( the many features in which tbis ridMaUsja Aet needs amending, bat we are oohttsjsjssI that any such test as that contemplated would only result in failure and consequent loss of bard cash.

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LATEST BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

LATEST BETTING Newmarket : o to 1 Playaway, 10 to 1 Abiogton, 14 to 1 Medallist, 16 fo 1 Bullion, 20 to 100 to 1 others Australian Cup : Bliuker 10 to 1 is nominal favorite. Doubles comcenoing with Playaway are at 100 te 1, any other combination 200 to 1

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST FRIDAY'S STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

LAST FRIDAY'S STORM. The long spell of dry weather, so far as the town and immediate vicinity is conoerued, oame to an end on Fri day last when a heavy storm soon changed the appearance of things climatic It is regrettable that the storm only extended over a narrow strip. Tbe rainfall was alro very patchy as the official registration at the post office was only 96 points as against 145 points at Mr. Whiteman's residence ; at Messrs. Cairns and Sanderfo Vs 150 points were registered and a Urge tank, recently cleaned oat, now has 10ft of water in it; at Mr. Fishers' the storm was very severe % inches falling ; a hayshed was partly unroofed at Mr. C. Bonafous'. The storm was accompanied by very he«vy thnnder and extremely vivid lightning flashes. A couple of trees, one opposite the siVmills snd one just behind Mr. Gardiner's blsoksmiths shop were struck by the lightning which carried away some rather large 'splinters' without, however, permanently des troying the trees. In a very few m...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STORM AT BIDDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

STORM AT BIDDEN Yesterday at noon heavy black clonds rose in the east and residents of Grilgaadra expected a repetition of last Friday's storm, bnt they were disappointed as the storm veend round to the north ; only a few drops falling locally. However. at Bidden where tbe storm broke, S tuohes fell in a rery short spsoe of time, sll the dams being filled. This rain was badly wanted as Mr. libbits and commenced to send his stock away. Thirty five points fell at Tooraweenah and alao a similar autoaut at the ostrich farm.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE WENT THROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

HE WENT THROUGH A representative of this paper bad a glimpse into tht- determined character of oue of our district farmers last week whilst out Eumungerie way. Driving into the village, he ran against a new wire fence blocking his progiess within half a mile of the siding. A well known farmer, with his team, had also been pulled up short here and when the newspaper mau wmc alonf* was severely anatbemetiti'ni? inn in*n who bad dared to boi lit tliai fen;e. He explained that it whm on the Oanoo RonH, from Duhbo, and tbe fence liH.i no 1-umu- hs there. He there by gave immt-iintttf and practical proof of his sense of the injustice of the thing by calmly cutting the wires, enabling bis tram, and incidentally, onr representative to pass thrOug.

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London in Figures. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

LoiisJob la Plfsircs. lxindon has been reduced to tigures in a remarkable manner iu the statis tical abstract for 1904, wbioh was issued by the London County Council recently. Every department of life in the inetrojMjlis is stated in quan tities - trom the jwpulatiou to the halfpenny tramway fares, from the outstanding loans to the number of cases of drunkenness. Below are a few of the multitude of items in the volume : IntoitMtiag liquor ik*tM»« M H^YSt If -WM* (rated) .. ?IS.SM Klfittry Khool .-hiUrva . . 77S.SM 1 -ot Heii— ? ea.sst PawaWokan .. . |,OU t'mnptn of all --Uumm .. .. 1M.SK l.uiialio* In M) him* . . 16,a96 tMUnSaMvarad . . : n,«0,000 tVMtcaHi daHvared .. .. IITJSS.BW Ncwafwptndtliverrd .. .. SKMMSO TtlmuiihudMlin .. .. flLSSMSO li-(MUr«-l Ictun .. ..' .. ?tSSl.SM HiUUmliii* loan* ? /U7,SSt,101 Marrteffaa . .. .. 40,n» l-a»th« due to auridtnt . .. 4,477 HaWpannr tnun awn|-n . 4T,34t,M» S. McKoll, a Charters Towers (Q'ld) teamster, ha* struck it rich. While on tbe road, ...

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

UlLOANDRA, FrIUAT, FBBBCARY 10, 1906 'Without a writer and the preM A place to the world u dead.' A DAILY MAIL SERVICE. In taking op tho qaeation of a daily mail service ou the Dubbo-Coouamble line we are probably trending upon the greatest uetxl of Uiigandra. Yet thai u the very reason of our existence** a uewttpaptr hire aud we feel that no apology it* nucettsary fur referring to this umlter, aUhuugh it may, by many, be dahsed as one of tho— for tbe pre sent — impossible things. We are aware that applications have beeu made, and ief used, for a daily mail servioe, bul our experience in these matt*** *?? ? *»wBi-« ua ttlKl I tie Urgeaioj of ? Deed M entirely estimated by tlie frequency aud persisteuoe of the agitation made. We are not here to write articles merely to occupy space or to amuse puntelves or our roMders, it is for tbe purpose, rather, of assisting in the piogrettsof the town aud the little community iu which wu live and move and have our being, in a woid, for the cause...

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

Curreat Talk. ^BY onSERVBK.) The PolitiCEl Labor League t'oufnc- j Biice referred to ? oomuiUte* . for report the following Meolutioo i»ro- j posed by the Barrier branch of the I A.M.A. ' That the Federal and State fitrhtinc nlatforina should bave a per manent prelude cleaHjL*»?oin8 tb* ultimate purpoee o( the party in aouie tbing of th«ee *rnje- Objeoki ve A , co operative Cottlmon wealth, fcuode^ upon tbo socialism of the prodootioo and distribution of wealth.' The; Committee ha* Iwcomiuended iba fol- j lowing as the objective in tbe piam i of the Barrier gugg^ion.— M Th« colti- ! %-ation of an Australian sentiment based upon the maintenance of racial purity aud tbe development in Au§ tralia of an enlightened and wlf-rtiiMit community, nud the secunna; of tbe full results of their industry to ell pro ducers by the collective ownership ot all monopolies nud tbe «o tension of iudastiia) aud ecoooaiic fanetiooa of tbe State and of the Municipality. I -o- The p.eseuee of *ever*l haili...

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