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Berrygeen Races [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

- errjgcea Races The above tacea were held on Fri day laat with the following results : — Opening Handicap for grassfeds — Oranny 1, Newhaven 2, Euroka 8. Opening for cornfeds — Berlin 1, Chtnce 8. Nellie 3 Ladies* Mile for graaafeds— New- haven 1, Marlin fi, Oraanj 8 Merry goen Handicap, for cornfeds —Berlin 1, Arrabella and Storm dead heat for Snd. 8ix furlongs raoe for grssefede— Newhsven 1, Granny 2, Marlin 3 Forced Handicap for grassfeds— Silver 1, Euroka 8, Granny 8

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

Wanted.— Advertisers, Subscribers and Correspondents. Send in your name at unoe as one of the three to the Editor, 'Castlereagh,' Oilgandra.

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

Organs* Tht . . . MASON & HAMLIN Still Loads tlu World . . . It has been before the Australian Pubic for THIRTY YEARS, *IQ ©THE* CAN EQUAL IT. No Better QumnmUm imm he require*. . . . - -Tilt — MASON & HMMUH ORGANS Am suitable lor use io .... Ckswcte, Partaar, 4KB 9CBOSS- Catfclof u«* ar-4 Prfc* Usts Prec. sols Aogy^n nktohon (f €o., GEORGE STREET, 3VUNEV. ayDNcy life rou . . . COUNTRY POLK. You may be coming to Sydney toon, and want to * live just outside the stuffy city. Or yon may want to buy a bit of land now for future user for an invest ment, or a speculation. We have for sale facing the Golf Club's property at Rose Bay, and close to tram, fine A Hot moots, k -o%d level land^ 50 wet , .irontage, for £65. Only £2 per lot deposit, an4 £k monthly, etc. Torren's title. StMl tor ? r«« t* AUmUtt BKKAUD & CO. limited, 4 117 Wrt Street, Sydney.

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

?' t'j mmrSmm4mmt*7m JtnJuetbt4tftijioUjt-£d«i*ou(Uh*t w« -lo nut endorse the opinion* vtprtft **\ l-j correspondents.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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IRRIGATION IN RIVERINA. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

^ IKRIGAf iolJ IN RIVERINi. (Ta tbe Editor). Sir,— There is just now od fool a plan, which might be calif* by a muck harsher name, to mduce tbs Govern went to start what ia called ' A Great National System of Water Conserva tion and Irrigation ' an the tboM rivers of Bif anna ; tbs Hurray, the Murramfcidgee, and tha Laehlan, With plenty ol money and plenty of folitioal influence behind the gentle men who are trying to induce the Government to commit tha country to e-n expenditure whioh Mr. Carruthars toas eetwuted at ten millions (bat whioh in the light of put experience «ve may double), will probably aucceed, unlsss the attention of taxpayers outaide Riverine ia called to what is going on. The method of working te to get the Government to begin with a amall annual axpeoditura on each of the three rivsrs, and ao commit the country, when it rill be fouod that the first expenditure ia absolutely useless and then will come . the demand for further expenditure, to aase. loea of whieh it...

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

?^X 1. HITGHEN, =7 Federal Stor^ r-4 35r ^ ' QILG ANDR A. ^ . , * ''' ? ~~ = 1 ??'. ? ? Reliable Goods, B S IMerale PRees. r Fancy Goods: Etc^T: M HITS T* ?I»1B .^ -^» - ^ ff SPpCIHLTY - W&*-€*&m 4tk Shoes. Largest Stock. ♦ Lowest Price*. ' ' FBffilTOir1 FlilTIIBL HT SYDNEy PRICES Friqt«| #a4 f«Vya|i*cl bf Josh Aim™ Pobti« «kI Thok«« jK,.i-rn. at ? Tim C»itl«.re»gh.' (MKce, Oil|(andr» M W ? ' ?'? / ' -,;. . ' -'V'#- —?? I ' . * % - , ?

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

; *t V ? ~ ? ' '' §on4 your WOQ|- ^ WttfICOIBE,CAKSOMCo., LIMITED. , V|- Jrhere it will be earetuiij -«...r..llefl under t1i« supervision of the (?»»»? 'ri^rimil i)&rtncf* tvlio ? ' have achieved for this lirni the tui»viti'»,ior. A' THE BEST WOOL SALESMEN - a,,,,™!:.,. WIMGHOOMBK. O ARSON A SO., LI.J. MlOOE STRCKT. SVDNkV. .. * * ??? ; V?^To Our Country Clients. Cfl J W«E CARRIAGE L OUR NUMEROUS PATRONS in the Country now enjoy the tame privilege* a* thoee in the City and Suburb*, as regards Wvmm De»liveBX»y. We deliver all Goods, except Carpets, Floor-covering* and Furniture, to any Hail way Station or Pott Office in thU 8tate F*^e»«B of CfltPPifltaftJI. Sftopg iig Post a Lpig. J By our perfected Sjekem all the LATEST PATTERNS * J of Materials, Plate* of Design*, Styles, Fashion Catalogue*, | and the like are supplied On application, thus materially I assisting our Country Clients in making their selections. I LETTER ORDERS have the PERSONAL SUPERVISION ot. I a MEMBER OF T...

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

You go to your barber, week after wceV, hoping the shampoo will euro your dandruff. But the dandruff con tin i-»« to form as badly as ever. Tha trouble ia you do not go at Kintk« right way. The scalp is diseased, and -'ii must cure it l-f fore your dandruff « ill ever disappear. Simple wasniag nill never bring this about. Ayer's Hair Yip ThU xplsadid hair rr*|«rstk» «tn*% daodruB because it cures the dlaaat* of the scalp, aad then the daatdraff HM.n rllsspppars for good. Avers Hair Vigor will fweveatdsa- . dnif, and at the «ame time it will keep your hair soft and glessy. fra^wtrJ-Cj^ft^iiiii. 11,1. %-

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

(A UmJ MR. .!.$. SAIJIOND, SOLICITOR, He, » Ull.HANLRt. J/r. Chas. Bihborrow, K . L D.8., R.C.S. (Licentiate Dental Surgeon of tbe Royal College of Surgeons.) Vbit*1 Gilgandrit every Second \\ tdnescLy in the Month And mxT be Consulted at Murray's Bridge Hotel until 1 p ru. ou the following day, fcf CONSULTATIONS FUEE. Pubbo Ad drew — Mucquarie Street, Neit Old Floor Mill.

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Crown Lands. HOMESTEAD SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 10 February 1905

Crown Lands. Homestead Sbl&ction. Grafton Land Disteiet. 1*7 a*s« 2 rood* 20 perches in six portions; areaa range bom 181 to 34i acres ; distant 2 miles from Maclean ; capital value, 20s and 90s per acre. Available 6th April, 1906. CONDITIOVAL PURCHA8E AS SPE( IAI. AREA. Lismore I And District, in parish Nimbia, county Rous,-9|| asres in (our bloeks ; maximum area, 390 aores, minimum, 40 acres ; distant 1? mile* from Lismore ; prioe, £1 10 per acre. Available 9th February, Itafett Land District, in parish Ountajaac, county Ashbarnham ; 22 acres 9 roods 20 perches in two blookt ; naajumtun ana, 28 aovai 2 roods 80 ptrehe*, minimum, 10 acres I rood ; distant lfd , milee from Parkas ; price, £4 10s and 16 per acre. AvaikWe 9U» Maroh, 1906. For CowDmoHAL Purchasb ob COUDITIOMAL LEASB. Armidsie Land District, on Abing ton Holding, 57f acres, in parish Barlow, county Hardinge ; prioe, 30s per acre. Availabie 9th February, 1905. Bathurst Land District, in parish Ungrtaia, county We...

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

HOMIBDSH 8aLU. On account T. 8pioer, 99 w at 15a 6d, 272 14s lOd to 16s, 117 st 12s 44. Pitt, Son 4 Badgery, agents. On Account J Yeo, 259 w at 12s 6d In a few days the Government will announce the conditions for traders for locally manufactured steel and iron. Tbe tenders will be open for seven years. For the fi.-at seven months of ths- financial year tbe 8tate soooants tbovs sn improvement of Lg70,OQQ.

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

«_?«? ? . ? _____ ______ Items of Interest Diogoes are said to b« causing con siderable aonoy-uce by their htqueitt i-nida on the t locks and bet-da of the ftyleatooe district. — o — On Uuibeila itlalion (G|»n Alice) lust week, aevei-1 wm nuttchen *eio found pUued under a gins* bottle in such a waj thut the he .( of the sun would caose igmtioo. Tb,e dikpicabl. sco i ndrt-1* who deliberately cause bush fttes iu this and oilior vt_yn 1 want lyucbiug. Two very Talusble horses broke their tethers at Havil.h stud bat wtek, frightened by the guue of a hare dnv- | ing party, aud so injured tbeiuselves ju there aimle»a dacLiug aboot that they had to be shut- Uoe was a promisiug sou 01 Carbiue aud was valued at 800 guineas. Since the raiu last week many farmers have oommeooed ploughing operation*. Mr. C. Boche, our popular station master, letl ou his anuaal holidays ou Tuesday last. Mr. J Williams is the relieving officer. — o— A meeting of the Amateur Race Clob OODiiuitiee was held at (Simm...

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Current Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

Current Talk. (BY OBSERVER ) The Russians are anxious to es tablish themselves as cbumpi-tn liar« of the world. First, when tbo strikers were likely by the justice of their de tuaDilH ii- gain publio cyrapatby, they circulated -i lie tbat tbe discontent wag fomented by the aid of Japanese gold. Now to further alienate sym pathy and to spread distrust among the strikers themselves they have spread abroad the lie that Father Gapon has absconded with nearly two millions of the strikers' money. — u — You savee John Chinaman ? Well, that is a gontleinan well worth watch ing. The United States think so anyhow wbeD they resolvo to return tbe four aud o- half millions due to them as part of tbe indemnity payable After tbe Boxer outbreak. Uncle Sam is beginning to wake up to the pos sibihties that lie in those teeming yellow millions— possibilities which were werningly pointed oat by Ganeral Gordon. The self important John Ball wu, of coarse, too mighty to give to those warnings anything mor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

DURING FEBRUARY I have Something Special to Offer. Velveteen solendid quality in heliotrope, prune, purple, light, blue, pink, lavender, apple green, view rose and terra cotta, at Is per yard, usual price la 6d. Muslins — Heliotrope, pink, sky, yellow, twine stripe, 2» 6d per doz, usual price 6d yd Transparent Muslin — Blue, yellow, heliotrope, and pink, 3s 9d per doz, usual price 8£d per yd Shower of Hail Muslin — Pmk, blue, heliotrope, pale green, reduced to 2s 6d per doz PtMTO — In Bengal stripes and fancy floral designs, to clear at 2s 3d per doz Ribbcns — A little lot of fancy ribbODs, lin to l$in to go at lid, 2d, and 2$d A line oi litth children's pinafores, white holland. finished with pink and blue 6d each A job line of sun hats five for Is A line of flowers to go at S for a Is Shoes — Very special, a good strong 2 strap shoe, ladies' size only 3« : ^ . ... - _ ^ ? Extra Special: Boy's knickers from Is 9d. Men's suits, 18s 6d Men's white mercerised shirts 2s 9d worth 3s 9d ...

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STOCK PASSINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

Stock Passiwos 2000 ewes from Madgee to Wonga wally, Dent owner in eharg*. 3500 wethers. Murrum bidden e to. Walgett, Connell owner, J. Delaney in charge. StOCI TtDOKIHOi. 600 fat wethers, D. I. Watts owner, ♦n Hill. Clarke and Co. 1 truck fat cattle, An*os Nicholson owner, to Pitt, Son A Badgery, Mo, Bwen & Smith, agent*.

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HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

HOMIBTWH BALM On Thursday last the following lots of sheep were sold at Homeboah: — Account Exors late D. Mnoro, rail Golar, 2 x b swss 17s ; 98 m ewes 16s 2d,224 15s 8d to 16a 7d; 4 lambs at 15s, 53 at 13s lid to 14s 8d. 66 at 12s fid to 12s lOd, 9 at 12s. 1 at 8s 6d. har den Harry Graves k Son, agents. Account J. Ferguson, rail Gular, 9 pet wrs IvV 149 wethers 15s 6d to 15s 8d 112 a* 14a 6d. Pitt, 8on, and Badgery Agwnta. Aoeonnt Donohue A Byrne, rail Gular, 97 hoffgats lls 8d to lls lid, 68 ewes 10a 78 lambs lls 8d to 12a 2d, 62 at 9s 8d. Maiden Bros, areoto.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

HoHiBrjaa 8toci Balm Prime merino wethers 16s to 17a,, extra prime merino wethers to 17s 6d, good merino wethers 14s to 15s, medium merino wethers lls to 18s 6d, prime oroaebred wet bera 16a 6d to 17s 6d, good 14s to 15s 6d, medium 19s to 18s 6d ; prime crosabred swss 14s 6d to 15s 6, good 12s to 18a 6d, mediam 10a to lla 6d ; prime merino ewes 18s 6d to 14s 6d, good Us to 12s 6d, me dium 8s to 9a 6d Prime lambs 12s to 13s 6d, good to lls, mediam 8s to 9s 6d Cattle. — Prime bul looks £9 to £9 10s, prime and heavy to £10 8s, good £8, to £8 10a, mediam £7 to £7 5s; light steers to £6 ; prime cows to 16 10s, good to £5 10s. Best beef to 28s per 1001b.

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The War [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

The far The Third Baltio fleet is exercising and preparing to start to join Admiral Rosbdettvnaky off Madagascar. The total of the Japanese wounded during the campaign is 140,000. TbeMRus*ki Invalid,' 8t Petera borg, estimates that the army com manded bv Field Marshal Ovama nambers half a million. Commander Okadu, tbe aeoond in command of tbe Japanese oruiaer Saiyea, which was reported lost re cently off Port Arthur, narrate* in his account of the disaster that tbe ship struck a mine in Louisa Bay en Not. 80 while co operating in the attack by tbe army upon 203 Metre Hill. Right men in the engine room were killed, and the ship at once began to sink. Captain Ta ji ma was on the bridge at tbe time and ordered the crew to save themselves. lieutenant Nashitomi want to tbe cabins twice and rescued the portrait* of the Mikado, Empress, and Crown Prince. An engineer, Tame, similarly saved the signal book. AH the crew then entrusted themselves to the boats, for which there were seventy occu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MARKETS. PRODUCE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

THE MARKETS. Pkolcci Pricis. Tbe following are the latest quota tions at Redfern : New wbeat-N.8. W., f.a.q. shippta* 8* 4d per tmehel (Sydney) ; prime mill ing 8s 5d Flonr— Sydney roller, £6 2a Od to £8 7s d per ton ; country brands 48 to £8 5s Bran, 9d per bush ; pollard, Is Sd Maise — Northern River, best avail able, 2s lOd per bushel ; weevily from 2s 2d, other parts 2s lid. Chaff.-N.S.W., £8 12s 6d to £4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

a^a!a^aww*^i^C^Eaair ' »y^i Ywl go Xot ftmt aarasr. week after wuuk, boaiag tbe aaaiaao will cur* y onr dandtut. Bttt £? 4aadni*T ro». Umies to Ic/rai as ba4ty as aver. Tim rmnbb ii y-»« *» ?«» §? at ft Hi the rljrltt way. The tea! ah db«as»A\ aai you iBUKtenre ft before ywir daadrasT will erer disappear. SinpU wesbtaf will n«T«r bring this al-oat. ilvfr's Htlr VlfaV Thin *n|*ndkl hair preparat km rnTCS dandruff hfwsQ-ie it eiirv* lh«dK--aM --f tlie acalp, and then the ?hunlreJt ?ooa -M*»|«iM!«r»- for gnr4. Avor's lfair Vicr will pvev«Dlfeda»- un« tttiM tt Will fmttnt J* Jr. J.t *m-^. U*«.MMi^€.i. ?-

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