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THE CASTLEREAGH GILGANDRA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1905 "Without a writer and the press A place to the world is dead." LABOR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

T-'RCASTLEREAGH OtLOAKDIA, FUDAT, FlBtUABT 17, 1905 'Without a writer and the prom A place to the world ia dead.' LABOR IN POLITICS. Thi claims of tbe Labor Party in tbe politioa of thin country are exciting more than ordinary interest just at the present time owing to tbe decisions of the recent conference in 8ydney, the ?ittingaof which have extended overthe past week or two. Time spant on a consideration of tbe policy of this party is not by any means wasted, for recent political developments bare demonstrated conclusively that ia a power to be reckoned with and taken aerionnly. Since the great line of cleavage between freetrade and prdtec tion, which so lonjr separated the two section* of politics in New South Wales, w»s done away with by the consummation of Federation, the de velopment of political affairs has become increasingly harder to under stand. Tt wan comparatively easy to nnd*r*t»nd the difference between the ♦wo fiscal faiths and. whilst all manner of varying expositi...

Publication Title: Castlereagh, The
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CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. Sabbath, February 19 CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. C. H. S. Matthews. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. Sabbath, February 19 Cbtech or EmjLAKD. Rev, C H. S. Mattbewa. Feb. 19— Balladoran 11 Churob of tbe Resurrection Feb. 19—3.80 even aong 7.30 Miaaion Berviei ant after meeting. Monday, Feb. 20—7.0 a... (h.c.)

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GRASS AT WALGETT [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

GR4J38 AT WALUITT Tbe '8pectator'says :— ' 111 blowa tbe wind that profits uobody. The drought in the Coonamble dtatriot is patting pilee of gold into tbe pockets of Walgett landholders — at leaat that section of them with grass country to rent.' This ia the firat time we believe, that atock has travelled in that direc tion for graaa, previously it haa been the other way about. We do hope that a good time ia coming for thia distrust.

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Wheat and Wool [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

Wheat and Wool The total quantity of this season 'a wheat so far chrouieled by the Railway Department la a Utlle over 1,0' 0,000 bags. The daily arrivala at Darling Harbour reach 20,000 bags. There have been fair oversea shipments, but a large quantity still awaits export At tbe storage sheds there are 318,000 bags, aud up to date 445,000 bag* of wheat have been shipped abroad. The wool reoeipU have now practically closed, last week's retaraa not amount' ing to more than 1000 bale*. For the season the receipt* have cone to 504,000 bales, which is an increase of no lew than 110,000 over last Reason. Owing the large increase in sheep in tbe State, a further advance in the quantity of wool is expected to be iteen next season.

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A Horse Whipping Case [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

A Horse Wlipping Case Ar the result of sn unusual case list week in tbe summons division of tbe North Syduey Police Court, a man named William Holley was fined a abiding for horse whipping Sydney Leister. The evidence was to the effect that tbe complaiuant oajled at the residence of the defendant to make some inquiries about a fowl that was missing. He was answered by the defendant's little daughter, who declared that the fowl was not on the premiMD, and that she bad not seen it. The complainant became annoyed and insulted the child, who told ber fallter ou his retnra in tbe eveniag.The latter thereupon proem ed a horse whip, and oommitted the assault complained of.

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

Items of Interest. The sitting of the Land Appeal Ceort for Dnbbn district will he held in Dobbo on March 22nd. The stock returns for the Coon a be ra- I bran district show 765,956 sheep and 11,198 oattle an increase for the year pf M,069 aad 2,056 respectively. More rabbit trappers are required j at the Dobbo Freenog Works. These works are dealing with 600 pairs of rabbits per day, Dot the capacity is 5,000 pairs. — o— , A loading bank is being constructed at Eamnngerie. Twenty-five botaes have been peddooked for the Trangie graaafed Mr Joseph Peacock a resident ef poonamble has applied for Letters Patient, on provisional specification, of the Commonwealth of Australia, for an 'improved ear marking plyem.' Tht trader of John O'Beilly for additions to the Qnambone police station has been aocepted for £849 A* showing the immense amount of whtat grown in the Wellington district, Mr Thrower, M.L.A., in a speevh at Wellington quoted the following figures : — From Oeurie to Dripstone the...

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

[1 Cakd] MR. J.'8. SALMOND. SOLICITOR, Etc., GILQAtiUU. My. Chas. Bihborrow, L D.8., R.C.8. (Licentiate Dental Surgeon ef the Royal College of Surgeons.) Visit* Qilgandra every Second Wednesday in the Month And mar be Consulted at Murray's Bridgo Hotel until 1 p in. on tbe following day. 0- CONSULTATIONS FREE. f)ubbo Address— Macquarie Street, Next Old Floor Mill.

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TOORAWEENAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

TOQRAWEBNAH. From oar own correspondent A meeting wu held last week by (he Trimtees of the Tooraweenali Cemetery when it wu decided to have portion pf the cemetery securely wire netted end made rabbit proof. Tenders have been called and will close on the 25th instant. This matter needs doing very ardently at the preaent, as the rabbits are playing great havoo inside the enclosure. A «dd of money is already iu hand for its erection. The amount haying been collected from dances, etc , some time back. Last week's rains fell very patchy, Tonderbrine having received a nice shower, many of the small creeks on that utatiou were running a banker. More rain is badly wanted to give the grass a shoot. Most of the stock owners are lopping knrragong'for their stook. It is a great pity the oricket team ; here has dwingled apart. Many anti- ' oipated a match with Oilgandra before the season oloeed, there teems now bat little hope* of a' game. I

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

Thos. Gardiner, General Blacksmith & wheelwright Expert Workmanship always Guaranteed %? Tyring a specialty. Up-to-date appliances for wide tyres poisoned Terrible Feelings. Loss of Sleep. Impurities often accumulate in tbt bloi'J until they produce tLe moat dangerotu symptoms i,t poi.'.ouiry. The appetite it loft, digestion wcak eue-*, and norves exhausted. Mrs. F. Flynn, of Adelaide, So. Aus tralia, sends us her photograph and *ayi: __ ^^^^?4a5aB&^^JBH«Mi*' ' I uaed to \t\ff- terrible feeing? corueorw a*', i hr -l.i tors could do rm- uo yvod. icnulil B*-t«1«*».p.n-y appetite lolt DM,tMl WM »kmmi ?toerabk) woman IwWd. Hiring rwd of Avars ^*^a^F^*^BaW ^aiaP^B^BliflF^HaB s^b^b^bW I tbnsjtt I wosld tryTt. To my great snr I prtas/aner uktaa only two t**U« I rounc wrtelf twt* mttoatottar in ?▼try way. Ktvr taking- six bottte* all my dlasgrsMbln Kvlii, ? j ' left ?», snd I was doafteuty cared .?? If your bowels arc constipated, teVe A ver's Pills. They are gen,Uo and sure...

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THE GILGANDRA RACECOURSE [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

THE GILGANDRA RACECOUB8E At the meeting of the Coenamble Land Board yesterday Mr. R. G Hitcben appeared and gave evidence in support of au application for a lease of 80 acre* to b*. a»ed as a race course. The Board reserved their de cision, but it is nearly certaic that it will be granted.

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SPRING RIDGE RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

SPRJNQ RIDGE RACES The following m-e the winners of the various events run off *t Spring Ridge on Wednesday last : — Goodftman Handicap— Qiu-en Bee. Hnck Rnce— Hismarek 8pring Ridge Hack— Patch. Hack Race — Sam. Hack Knee — Idolater Forced Handicap— Biamarok.

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

Wanted to Buy TWENTY ACRE8 of land frorting the river, oloee to Gilgandra. Particulars this office. Tenders TpENDER8 are called for sinking a 1 TANK of 3000 cubic yards capa city. Apply A BRUMMILL Year Gitgandra. Oauticn NOTICE to Trespassers.— All per sons found trespassing in any of my paddocks will be prosecuted without respect to persons. All dogs shot. B. G. HITCH EN, Fsb. 10th, 1905 Gilgandra. To Station Owners GOOD Carpenter and Blacksmith, thoroughly understands mechanical work on station, wants a situation. Good references Apply GEO. EDWARDS, Newsagent, Gilgandra Impounding IMPOUNDED at Gilgandra by order 1 of H. Morris, on February Utb, 1905: One grey horst, COP on near shr, oollar marked, old sore on middle of back, off hind hoof split, aged, about 14* hands. Impounded by A. MoKechoio, re advertised on aocount of other brands showing: 8 Merino Rams, like K far brand on off sbr, H on near sbr, tar ire brand like T on front of nose, various car marks, tip off right horn. If...

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THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 17 February 1905

THE WEATHBR 8everal good falls of rain bave occurred daring the week and the totals for Wednesday, as far as we are able to asoertain, are : — Warren 170, Golargambone 210, Oalar 250, Warri 250, Balladoran 150, Bearbons 75. Woodside 50, Wallnmborrawang 110. On Thursday another atorm occurred 29 pts being registered in Gil gaud ra, 100 pte at Mr. T. Fiahers, 75 pU at Tuglands, and was very heavy at Myall View. It appeared to be mnoh heavier towards Balladoran. 146 pts fell at Coonamble. As we go to press to-day (9.15) the sky n overcast and there is every ap pearanoe of a further fall. The other day JMr. E. Beveridgr, while cleaning out a well at his resi dence, had a very narrow escape from death. He had been lowered down the well and after some time had elapsed he began to feel the effects of the foul air. The men who had lower ed him bad left and he had to take to the rope (a wire one) and commence to climb. However, before he had reached the surface the men returned aad hauled hi...

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AMATEUR BACK CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905

AMATEUR BACK CLUB. A meeting of tbe above dob was held at Simmon's HotH on Friday Bight laat. Prawn t :— Mresre. M*. Morria (chair), R. Digge, E Digga, J. MeBonagh, H. Noooao, H. Mitchell, and tbe Sec., A. Mndie. Tbe minutes of the previous meeting ware reed and confirmed. Five new candidate were balloted for and admitted members of the clab. Two names were straek off tbe Committee list for eoa attendance.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905

?flo,' b* a** tUuntry, ' I don't a»k yOtttreesonB Yoo're hen, udul han told jo« already, you have been loag enough about it. Bat look here, TrJttaam, them had bettor be a tew ?toil warts between jpo» and me be tonwe start. I say. with rafted to Ike past, that I think you treated me aBominably. He paused, perhaps for seme expns £of agreement or oMfcitteo. Trit expressed nasiWr. He waited impassive face. #* ^«lAit»l»o'kgPU»io that. Sir Peregrine went on. 'No uae in chafing I oldwree. After all, you've made the f flnt advance id coming back. Well, I I'll meet joo. I'U tey on my aide ,- that if I vm too— too harsh—too mnoh inclined to pat the went con j| etrnctiOD on things— phrase it how you like— I'm eorry for it. UJt were i to come over again, I dare say I should i- be a bit more forbearing. Bat yon 4' know what the Wsotwoed temper is— V yoa'Te got it yourself, though you're {the knack of keeping a harder hand on it than I have. Mom than that, I'll say that I'm glad to aee you back h...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905

SMALL DEBTS COURT Tboa Gordioer v I Fentoa, goods auk) LI 8a Yordiot for amoant claimed and fie ooets Tboa Qardiner v J Bejaiara, repairing baggy LI fie Verdtot for amount olaimed and &t eoeta Thoe Gariner v E Rowley, gooda sold work aad labor done Li 17» Verrwt for smoout claimed and 5a coat Thoe Gardiner v R Cook, gooda aold L2 Amonut paid into eoert -with ooats 6a Thoa Gardiner v J MrKenate, gooda aold LI 6a 8d Verdict for a mean* claimed and 5a ooeta RG Hiteben v A I WaleVa, goods aold LI 6s 8d Verdict for amoant eJetmed %nd LI ooete, Mr Bnlmood for pkiatiff H W Mitchell v A Jones, carriage andstorsgeof goode L2 19m lid No appeanince of partiee — uootinued to next court

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905

CHAPTER VIII. ? I suppose 1 reaflv ought to call, said Lady Algy dubtooary, and in the tone of one who, very macb against her will, had no doubt about it. ?Why not, A*»t Ahtia? You al ways called upon the Cavendishes,' Ethelwy. responded eheerfnlly. ' My dear, I katw the Cavendishes.' 'Ye*,hul not at first— not until they took the Gables, you know.' ' My dear, of coarse I know t Lady Cavendish was an exceedingly nits woman, aad I don't see why she shoeid need te go off to Egypt for indigestion — it is indigestion, I'm oonfidtnt I I told Dr. Lewis myself that we didn't talk about neurasthenia in my young days. But all the eomplakHe seem to he'apett diffesently, sotMhowt I bad go to look upon the Cevendisfcee tak ing the Gables for the hunting quite ! as a matter of coarse. B«t these people— I detest strangers so! I'us | sun I have said over and over again, that I never womld make the |ncqnain tance of any strangers I dtw/t Jnlow.' Felipe's eyes flashed mis cbievoosly across the hrttk...

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[?] COURT Thursday, before H. Giles Shaw [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905

-R COURT Tbarxlay, before H Giles Shaw A. E Smith v Annie Waller— 4s senlt Heard ♦? paHe This waa a eaae in which the defewdaat waa alleged to have sasaalled Mr 8n t h'a daughter Fined 10a, aad LI 7a 8d ooats Time allowed to pay Polios v E Lyfna— Profane language ou J»»i 24th fieaded guilty Fined 5s aud 4a lOd ooats or 24 boon Fie* paid PolioevE Lyone — Iodeeent behavi our on Jan 24th Pleaded guilty Fined 20a and 4a lOd ot 14 daya Fine paid 8 E Walden v R G Hiteben— As aault Mr Salmond for defendant It appears that the plaintiff owed defen dant an acooont and waa aeked for it by defendant ; aome hot words followed which led to the alleged assault Caee dismissed No ooste allowed Polioe v R 0' Neil— Riotous behaviour on Jan 24th Pleaded guilty Fined 10a and 4e lOd ooeta Polioe v Joeeph Rawlinson — Riotioua behaviour on Jan 24th Fined 20a and 4e lOd or 14 daya Police v James Heffren — Keepiag premiaee aa a slaughter honae withoat being tbe bolder of a lioenae Fined 2a 6d and 5a 0d coat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905

u^To Our Country CKentejy J FREE CARRIAGE L I OUR NUMEROU8 PATRON8 ia tb« Country now e»jef | I th« Mat* pririlagee m Ukm ia the CUr and Sabwfaa, M I I rcga** Fff D#Uv«ry« w« d«H««r all Goo*, 1 ? except Carpeta, Floor ^overioga and Furniture, to Any Rail- I I way Station or Fo«t Offioe ia thu StaU Y*M* **f I I Hj «v perfaeted Sy.tem all the LATK$T PATTIEKB I 1 of Mefrtali, Plate- of Deaigna, 8t«Jaa, HmUmi CVihjf, I I awl taw lika arc Mppliad eo ippllt—iw, thaa materially I aatteting otr Coantrj Cltonta la feaMftf tfctif eelecUea* I LITTER ORDERS »av« the PCRSONAL SUPERVISION of 'I a MtMMlt Of THC FfRW, an* «r« attended to upon I tH« aiNM dav M r—l»ga\ whatever poaalbta. DAVID JOKES & COMPANY, I GEOROfe 6THLET (opp. QPO), 8YONEY. I HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN LIMITED. Wool Brokers, Auctioneers. 1 fc»ia«B«Wo^ jJbT/HtQV UOlrla\eaHaa«fnai ?laaaMr'a wharC | '' ? ' ? -y^ ? ^^feo^AAWWW^A^^C^ MlllWf PMOMCatS ONLY. UartT«IU4 fadlitiM (or diariaviag Urg* or aadl k-U of waoL Expar...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905

ITEMS OF INTBRE8T Tbe poouamble Pa stares Protection Board wants an eaai«-taLt rabbetin spector. Salary £ 180 per year. Tbe Anneal Builway Phvic will be held et Dobbo on Monday Marvh flOtb. Mr. J A. Ryan haa been reetesied Mayor o( Dzbbo for aisih lime in aoecaasion Miae Hall, who baa been on a viait to Gilgandra for aome time ps)fr, ia, we hear, to be tendered a somal to nia-ht by her frienda. Mr. G. Mitchell tbe popular local manager for Meiers J Hiverat Bon, hua, we bear, been traoafetxed to Narromine, and take^ bia depertqr* to morrow. Mr Mitchell haa always heaa a strong supporter of football, allboagh a nou-playei, and be will be greatly m*seed by tbe local oluba especially the juuiorain whose play betook great interact. George Uatfield, better known aa 'Bidden George' oame iuto town thin week suffering from blood pononing, It appears that be had been skinning poieoned rabbit* and the poison from tbe bodies affected bia hauda. Mr. 8. Tibbita was at latest aecovnej mnkin| good ...

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