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Cattle Stealing Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
Cattle Stealing1 IX traox&ina y. An attempt whs made last week to rescue 13 head of cuttle which were being kept iu the Qundagai Gaol yard uighfjv. Two person* Bare been com mitted for trial on a charge of atealing these cattle. Five holes tfin deep were bored in the gaol door. The door waa secured by an iron bar, and looked. Sergeant Barnett, who waa sleeping in a mom aituated near tlie cattle beard the uoise of tbe boring. He got up, and went to iuvestigate tbe cause. The miscreants decamped, leaving a brace and bit aud a saw behind.
GULARGAMBONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
GULARGAMBONE. (Fiona our own Correspoudeiii.) TLe weather here continues fearfully dry, very little prans ami lees water — r omisona signs of bad times. Several isolated falls of rain have occurred, in some instances destroying dams aoq overflowing tanks. Chaff and lucerne are in strong demand. Tbe funeral of the late Mrs. P. Donohoe, of Merri Merri, on Thnrsday last waa an impressive sight. Amid a fierce and prolonged duaiatorm the long cortege wound its way across the plain to the cemetery, being joined at intervals by other vehicles fall of sympathising friends. The service, conducted by tbe Rev. Father O'Farrell, was moat impressive. The new bore on Mr. J. Jones' pro perty at Bullagreen has strnok water, but not euflioient up to the present. The bore is to be put down farther until a eufficieut supply is tapped. We learn with pleasure that Mr, Brain, who baa effioiontly carried oat the datiee of station master here for the past two and a half years, haa. received an increase in ...
My Lady's Way [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
My Lady's Way By the author'of 'Madam's Ward,' ' A Long Leae,' Cn»l Kindred,' 'Metea. and Um Marquia' etc., etc. 1 1 know, bat Oil mum and hindered w. He has to drive ovtr Tbrascoe oa some business for the General, and wanted Felipe to go with him, and tbm back to tbe Ifaoor; bat she would as*/ 'Ok 1* Lady Algy gave a gentle little s»ift\ letting Um f etsiaa slide down i bar purple skirt, aad glanced towards the stairs again, and the tall red figure moantiag them. ' Dear me, bow dreadfully ooaspieaout eke does look, in that glarisg tking ! I oao't imagine what made her choose it !' ? It it a little striking, bat F»|ipa can carry anything of that tort. I tbiok it suits her,' answered Etbelwyn quietly. ' Ob, she is pale, of coarse, and it gives bar a little ootoar, bat eke wosld look mfinitely better ia something aoiestr to my thinking I There are sash yards of ber !' Lady Algy grum bled. ? Yards ?' echoed the other, laugh ing. 4 la sore were looks to ue yaroa, mv das* ; aad tkare nev...
T. M. Slattery [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
T. M. Slattery T. M. Slattarv, M.L.C , was charged at the Water Polio* Court, Sydney, last week with converting a aum of L6.127 0a lOd, tbe property of Mrs. Soaolou. Ou the application of tbe solicitor for the accused, a remaud was granted for sight days. Tbe reason was that Mr. Want, who had been retained for the defendant, was oat of town. Bail ,wea allowed, self in L600, and one surety of a like amount. This was immediately forth coming, Mr. H. Oxenbam being tbe surety.
LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
LATEST WAR NEWS. Despatches from General tfuropatkin report that the Japanese stubbornly continue their aapping operations and are employing smoky fires ts mask their worka. The Russian scouts have discovered a narrow punee railway in the rear of the Japanese lines, whereby the trans port of troops from one flank to tbe other ia facilitated. Vladivostok bis been declared to be in a state of siege. General Knropatkin reports that the Japanese anrroanded a detachment of Russian csvalry at Heienchang, killing nine and wounding eleven. It ia reported that tbe Kosaians have made extensive preparations to give battle Tichling Tbe Japanese captured an eminence south of Chenohiehjas on Thnrsday, expelling two companies of infantry. The commander of a Japaoese tor pedo host haa been decorated for hav ing swnm bc-oks Port Arthur harhonr three times in July towing fish tor psdosa.
'Explosive' Rocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
'Explosive' Rocks; In the Baker's Creek snd New Hill grove Proprietary mines, Hillgrovt| tbe gold reefs traverse a aone of ex* plosive rock. This rock is liable at all limes to 'spit' aud 'fly' into tbe workings, causing danger to the miner* Sometime* outbursts of a most **rioa* chtraoter, and affecting a large area of ground have occurred. Experle have reason to bHieve tbev are lucreasiug in severity as greater depth* are reaebadt In December last one of these burfsV produced a miniature earthquake, ttle shock of which waa felt for several miles aroand, aud awakened tbe re sidents of Hillgrove at an early boor of the morning. The outburst* at Hillgrove are confined to a snoe of altered slate a few hundred feet in length. There is evidenoe to show that the rocks are in a condition of ?train, snd it is suggested that the 'kicking' ground, poss— ling little or no elaatioity, and readily disintegrat ing along numerous joint planes wbioh intersect it, breaks when the pressure which sapp...
M.U. ODDFELLOWS The Grandmaster at Wellington (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
M.U. ODDFELLOWS The Grand master at Wellington (Contributed.) Last Tuesday night will long be memorable in the annala of Oddfellow ship in the Wellington distriot, and, incidentally, throughout tbe whole Western districts. Grsnd Muter James Clarke haa just completed a tour ef tbe West and has visited all tbe more important towns on the line. On Tuesday night be was magnificently entertained at a banquet by the men bera of the three lodgea in tbe Wellington district. There was a very large attendance and the affair was a conspicuous socceaa. Being Bro. Clarke'a first vis't to Wellington, be was presented with a very haudsome illuminated address of welcome. P.P. G.M. Bro. G. W. Bell of Narromiue waa also present. Tbe Grand Master's address was most interaating and instructive and conveyed considerable enosuragement to members of this old and powerful order of friendly societies. Bro. Clarke was in Gil gandra a month ago and left ns with tbe impression thst ha was the right man in tbe ...
Scene at the Bank of England [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
Scene at the Bank of England Particulars have transpired of a desperate struggle which tbe officials at the Bank of England had with a lunatic about a month ago. At the Mansion House a middle-aged man, of rather rougL ar pearanoe, waa brought before the magistrate, in order that he might be certified for detention in s lunatic asylum. The man had given tbe name of Kenneth M'Kensie, and further stated that he bad been em ployed on various South African trading vessels. Whilst wandering through tbe city he walked into the Bank of England, and, going up to a olerk, inquired if there was a balanoe standing to his credit, and made a re quest to be furnished with th* neoes aary forms for withdrawal. He gave tbe name of M'Kensie, and the olerk having ascertained that tbe man was not entitled to anything, informed him of the fact. M'Kensie then left the room, but for some time afterwards waddered about the quadrangle, until tbe beadle* on duty became suspicious of bis movements, and request...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
OBITUARY We regret to have to report the death of tbe infant child of Mr Buckley, lately employed at Berida. The child was taken to Dr Giommi on Monday last suffering from a severe attack of convulsions. There waa little hope of recovery from tbe firat and death took place on Monday afternoon. Tbe remaina were interred in the R.G. por tion of the local Cemetery on Tuesday. It is also our unpleasant doty to report the death of Mrs Waterfield, wife of Mr. A. Waterfield, which took place early on Wednesday morning. 1 he deceased bad only recently been confined and had left her bed before the prescribed time in eucb oases. She whs iii a very weak oondition, aud being overcome with exhauation on Saturday last aba fell aud hart her aide. Paralysis set in and affected all one aide, and notwithstanding tbe careful attention of tbe doctor (Dr Gic mini) and neigh boara, death took place as above atated. The funeral took place yeaterday afternoon, the remaipa being interred in tbe C. of E. por...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
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Dubbo P.P. Board [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
Dubbo P.P. Board Atthemeetiog of tbe Dubbo P.P. the following was among the business done :— Moved by Mr. B«ll, aeconded by Mr. Cameron aud oariied, that th* Minister for Lands be asked to appoint trnsteea for Collie oommoo, or pot same under occupation, and that the Inspector General of Polio* be iost rooted to destroy rabbi U in the police paddocks at Collie and Gilgandra. Moved br Mr. P. Barry, se«onded by Mr. Bell and oarried, that a letter be ' aent to Coouabarabran and Mndgee P. P. Boards, pointing out the disadvan tages the P.P. Board, Dubbo, ar* under in trying to oope with tbe rabbit peat, owiug to the apathy displayed by the holders in those districts adjoining that of the P.P. Board, Dubbo. Moved by Mr. Barry, seconded by Mr. Bell and oarried, that tbe mum ' meat be 2d per head on large stook, and 2a par hoadred nfrrT- *ad ?** stookad holders three acres to a *heep, or ten tore* to one htfM ?*?*§? stook. Moved by Mr. Bell, ieoonded by Mr. Bell and oarried, that no assessm...
Selections taken Up [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
Selections taken Up Tbe following statement shows tbe the Unds nelected tinder the Crown Lands Acts from 1st January op to 8ih February : — Arm Homestead selections... ... 2,504 Settlement leases ? 71,543 Conditional pmchases ... 20,438 Conditional lease* ... ... 47,788 Total ? 142,278 The period includes five land office days, aud the area made specially available linoe the beginning of the year it 176,144 acres
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
Sporting Notes. It ia Mid that Clem Hill .named a gill worth £7U,OOO— latbur lop »coiw fur tiie populai Ittfi bund bnUinau. — o — Shrnbb, tbe champion ruDuer, says that wbeu au athlete it in oeed of a glnaa of beer he abuold have it. There are many men (nut athletes) who will have tbeir 'poi of hop*' whether they nouil it m- twiL—hnt nut in ()iliranrlr- ? O ? Mr. J. A. Bucklanil (Pine Ridge) ha* tent over Vuatiua and Valeutia, two tip top trotters to do battle for him iu New Zealand. Rumor has it that the fieldi for the Amateur Eacet will not be large, the reabou alleged being that Huie 6 re lating to ownership of competing horse* will not allow oerta'n nags to be entered. There is always something in the rales of an, amateur club that causes friction, and eyen very few j meii can clearly define the meaning of 'amateur' in regard to tiding. The weights for the Doncaster and Cop will not be declared till after tbe Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cop have been ruu. This is a sensibl...
THE ROUS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
THE ROUS U ECTION. ' The polling for the above seat took place ou Saturday last with tbe fol lowing reault : — HiudntMrah ? 2830 Meagber ? 8710 Majority for Hiudmarah... 120 A report from Liatnore atatea that after the election on Saturday a num ber of Mr. Meagher'a supporters in the Jiggi district waited ia ambush for a party of Mr. Hindmarsh's friends, whom they attacked with stirrup irons. Some nasty scalp wounds were iniioted necessitating medical assistance
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
THE GASLLHRSAOH, KM I JPlajJGLiJa.g lv£ills Erery Description of Sawn Pine and Hardwood in Stock and to Order. TIHBBB »RB8SB» *? SB* DESIGN Liberal Terms to Purchasers of Large Quantities Wood Turning a Speciality Thos. Jones, E. Gibson, PROPRIETOR MANAGER -' » ' 1005 * - AND THE Enterprise Stores are still goia*r strong1 Bh m*ch pleasure in tbaoking his patrons for their past liberal support and bopea for a oontinaanoe of aame By hia watchword — |_OW PRICES AND STRAIGHT DEALING WINS THE TRADE Note the addrees— Enterprise Stores, Qilgandra. CHOOSE ? -^ 'THE BEST'] FOUR GROWN WHISKY DISTILLERS TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING r ? ? ? - ? *— ? I TRADB G|Ba^HARK. CROWN MOLESKIN TROUSERS, WHll'E AHB PRINTED. m rrooaura, nmmy aib ridiw out, CAN BE PURCHASED RKTAIL FBOM ALL DRAPIM AMD STOREKEEPERS IN THE COLONY, AND WHOUBULft FROM ALL WAREHOUSEMEN AND DUPOBTIBS. EACH ARTICLE BEARS THE TRADE KAftg Of ONE | OR MORE CROWNS ACCORDING TO QUALITY. THE DON TAILOR PIUCTICAL TAILOR, GUguadra Order your SUM...
ANTHRAX POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
ANTHRAX POISONING. On Friday afternoon last tbe news waa circulated that Mr. Arthur' Wrigley had been brought to town suffering from a severe attack ef an thrax poisoning. Owing to the length of time that had elapaed since the attaok the poison bad circulated right through his system. It appears that he had been employed in droving aheep for Mr. Fallon, and they, being in a poor condition (having sent away for grass), commenced to die. A companion of Wrigley skinned the animals, 'Nipper,' as be ia known, would h»vo nothing to do with them, but aa he waa driving tbe cart contain ing the skina a fly must have stung him after having been on the skina. When he arrived at Dr. GiommiV hia temperature waa 107 and an operation waa at once performed, the sufferer lingering be* wren It'*1 a- d death for several day*. bn» a strong constitution and careful nnraiog conquered in tbe end ; it will be some considerable time before the patient will be about again. Had the op»'»tion been delayed a fe...
General Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905
Ghmexal Itomc. Mr. Lochart, hh American Standard Oi| magnate who died recently, left a fortune of £30,000,000. His daughter was bequeathed ouly 4*600,000, because she married without his consent- Tbe familv. in order to avoid litiratinn. hare giren her £6,000,000. Iu tbe past year 18 historic mansions in tbe United Kingdom have been burnt down. Sir Gilbert Parker, M.P., states that tbe agricultural possibilities of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony do not compare favourably with Uanadt or New Zealand. In regard to agriculture, most parta of Cape Colony arc 40 years behind Australia. Tbe death is announced of Mr. O. B. Howes, Professor of Zoology at .the Royal College of Scienov, London. Ihe Victorian Employers' Federation considers tbst unless tbe Government puts tbe mail servioe on a different footing Australia will be lowered in Goonterftit sovereigns, composed of whit* metal or an slloy, are m circa - lation at Chart eis Towers A man who was badly injured by a tree falling up...