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Better to make a Fight. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
Swtltr t« Make a Ptaat. Waea taa good Itaifht, Dap GtttMto kungl h, U. wKf«2t£ e^wiXr. fawavsrhaBaallibiafesB. rNimnHj fcb. tfcuae; was e«4, end tae -rfist adva^v ?r f«U four iochaa. Umj eaaeca, *elM» aad kino, bit dajr. aava had sinular expeneaosa Flank nltinis. sssniingb lull efooaosalad lightouun and luratsersd iauadar, ha»* paaasd aermkoar* over *w baa-la. Cakmidea,w)wa tkof r«n- essto. ara oftea foui*d muck less dreadful thaa w. faared them to b.. Maf this aot b. tru. also in raapeot ol that ineviubb .'.at, death ? AfMv nwaa otaervattoa Pliav avowed kis ontekn taat tiM aMMneai eldiseeiatMB waslne BBosseBtaJsfss nassant el We It ean at laaatsieaeaarmte apkeM that taeen, whaiker^ be true .rao*. Noaeofaswil b. ia aaj hurry to Wave the werld en this eoosuat. Peer aad laeaa aa uurliraa aoav aa ia tbe aaiaion of oertaia Mktm aessi muU, tb# majority ftad Mle amiaanily warthK^kg, aad laak. a gaUent ight tor » aooordJagly. Taiswaswnatawttiaandid, wkoas brief aaaoentof fcer sewnjgnja I b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
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THE RUSSIAN UNREST. A GRAND DUKE ASSASSINATED London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
TUB RUSSIAN UNREST. A GRAND DUKE ASSASSINATED Loodon, JJondny. Immediately after the events of Sundxy TSnd January the ratr+misrs of the revolutionary p»i*y neutcnoed to death General Trepoff, iht» Governor of St. Petersburg, »ud th« Giaud Duke Sergio*, lute the Governor of Moscow, and others connected with the recent events at Moscow and St. Petersburg, Tbe wife of the Grand Duke receivtd two anonymous warnings nut to accom pany her hosbattd ou his drives ss m*. body desired to hsrm her. Yeaterd»y wss the firwt occssioo un wbitb she bad not aooompauied biio. The Oraud Duke left tbe Nicholas Palace in a close carriage intending to drive to tbt Rossian baths, followed by cabs containing deticti\es. Near the L*w Cvaitfe a sL-igb .con taining two sues shot ahead of tbe carriage and then slowed' down and allowed the Dnke to past them. At ibis moment one mau threw a bomb, which Mew tbe carriage to pieces, only tbe wbeds betug lett intact. Tbe horres bolted and collided with a wall, and w...
THE GULAR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
THfc GULAH PUKaiiritiUMN UHUHld. A rr-rre«Do«ideit to the Warren 'Herwld' wutea :— 'it in understood that many itdiiereiiu aud njeujL«rs of tbe Gui»r-C«-uu«iuhlM Pwsbjteriao Chur--li rt-gr«t lUeeutuewtiMt premature remuvHl of Mr. J. N. aloOee from work m this charge, as it waa huped his services would have beeu retained for another month. In fact many are surprised that a call mat not given to a gentlemau iu every way suitable to this district. I veuture the remark,' for what it is worth, that these mouth It changes however suitable to the suburbs and lc ualitief mar Sydney, are totally oat of place at affecting these scattered districts. It is so much time partially wasted , tbe distances to travel are ao extmiaive, aiid tbe popu lation ao scattered, that at the eud of a month or ao, a worker hardly knows his way about and cannot possibly know one-tenth of the people rspreseu ted and claiming to be part of bis flock. Then the travelling op aad down to headquarters take* away a lot ...
WHAT IS A "STRIKE?" [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
WHAT 18 A 'STRIKE?' Tbe Stats Foil Court last week held that tbe Industrial Arbitration Court bad u - power to issue the order it had issued to the Newcastle Coal trimmers' Union directing its members to return to work in the service of tbe local ttevedetwg company. A dispntearose on tbe eve of King's Birthday between the oosBpaoy and the coal tr\mas«ra Over tie rats of pay for the holiday, the me* demanding 3a an hour, wbinh the company refused to give, and the men, having given an hoar's notice of their intention to cease work, disoou tinned it st 8 o'clock on the eveuingof November tbe 8th. On the llrb of November, the Arbitration Court, at tbe instance of tbe managing director of tbe oompany, granted an injunction to the nen to resume work under » mnximam penslty of £& each in the case of the men and £2fil* in tbe case of the union. The Coal trimmers' Uuion now sppealtd to the Fall Court for a writ of prohibition against the order of the Arbitral iou Court, and their Hon...
CORRUPT RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
CORRUPT1 RU88IA Never baa the oorropt state of all grade* of Rnssian society become more apparent (says'Vsnity Fair') than in the laat few months. One startling reielatiou follows the other. At a recent performance in a Russian theatre the following incident took rlaee. Beated in ooe of the boies waa a Grand Duke. At hit side was a lady frieud, who drew the attention of all prosent by the magnificence c f her jewels. Suddenly, during a pause in the piece, a man in the stalls stood up and, pointing to the Orand Duke in the box, called out: 'Arrest the thief who has stoles the jaoney that has been ooltoted for oar 'sick and wounded, and bat covered that person with jewels out of the proceeds of bit dis honesty.' Aft tbia there waa a terrible uproar The polio* were brought, bol soald do little to restore order, and tbe Grand Duke and hit friead . had te leave the house. For those who know jtottia this incident is moat significant
The Compensations of Winter. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
Th€ g—pt«iiUn» of Wlattr. (BY A BANKER) Probably the groat majority of the in iDhabitants temperate climes infer tbe genial MMoot of spring and nmatr, to th« aeiivo and It* robust howevst, the glacial rigours end tbe iroo hot) of «MR ftHtut m»Dy Compensating rutwyi of all the van*] reereatKM aTftikbl*— not excluding «v«n gold — skating, that delightful pastims of the English and their dfeoandeats sine* tho days whon (ho aboriginal savages fixed deer horns or bone* to thoir sandals and dispoctod themselves opoo tho frosen rivers and lakes, baa over held one of the first places in their regard. We are skating on a frozeu lake, much of tho water thereof bee ran off wring to the stream which re l-»tpW*»f it baring become frown to tha bottom. The banks are a sue oaasjem of unwaiaiing hillocks, and tho tbiek sheet of ioe is now resting on tho long series of natu/al «?«?*«? fa* Abas*. Aaoanding one of tbaie ley kejoila, awift aa an amr* we gHdja down the steep eeoapmenV uursjs aoBOts the i...
GENERAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
GENERAL ITKM8 At tbe instigation of tbe Btwrd of Health a resident of Albion Park was ! summoned for exposing for sale cattle 1 suffering frem taberoutoet*. He waa fined LCOorone meatb'tiiuprisooiiient. Tb* divorced wife of tb* King of Saxony ha* barricaded ber villa at Florence, in order to prevent tbe forc ible removal of her infant child, tbe Princess Monica. Foar persons were killed snd 11, iaoluding the commander, injured iu ! an exploaiou on the submarine A5 in Qneenstown Harbor. Tbe officers and mea were charging the tank* with gasoline, preparatory to carrying out evolution*, when the explosion occurr ed, burling them in all direction*. A* there was every probability of a sueetatioa of trials, tbe parties in tb* SeMoa-Taylor slander action in New Zealand have agreed to terminate litigation. Taylor admit* that Scddon was not oouct-martialled iu South Africa. The agreement is treated as an honorable settlement, and each party pays his own costs. On* witness before the Navigati...
A SOLD HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
A8OLDHU3BAND. The aolicitor who appeared for Henry H. Anderson, charged at the Police Court laat week with baring violently and maliciously threatened bin wife by declaring that be would give ber a drop of nitric acid to go on with, produced an extraordinary docu ment signed by the wife, whereby she practically told ber hatband to another woman and undertook not te interfere with him, and promised to pay the ether woman £500 in the event of her not keeping the agree moat The accus ed waa discharged, the magistrate i advising him to keep a way altogether from his wife ootil the oenclusion of the divorce proceedings which aie now pending.
A FATAL SNAKE BITE [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
k FATAL 8NAKB BITE A man named James Faulkner was bitten on tbe leg by a »nake at UralU on Friday aUeiuoon last. He bonnd a saddle-strap over th« part, aud sent * boy, who w«* with Lira, fur a docto to ineet him at lii« home, to which bo walked, a distance of about threw mile*. Dr. Lloyd Jonea met him, aud applied remedies auder whioh he seemed to revive, bat about 10 o'clock be died.
A YOUTHFUL DESPERADO. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
A YOUTHFU& DESPERADO The mystery of the recent freqnent robberies atsabarban railway stations was partially aoived last week. The offenoa* were-all of the same kind, tht booking, ofiest were broken iotr, the safes in maey instaaoee tsmpered with and sams in silver and copper stolen The detectives arrested a yontb named Leslie Jeffery, who confessed to having broken into the booking office) at Flemington Bridge station by forcing open the door. He tb«*n placed a plag of gelignite, to wbiob waa attached a time fate sod caps, under the safe. Be ran oatside, snd two oiinates after we rd« a loud explosion took place, and he weDt into the office again. He found that the safe had not been blown open, and ran aw«y. Amused told the deteotives that he escaped from a reformatory with another youth a week before Christ* mas, and that night tbvy broke into the Baytwater railway station. 8inoe then Jeffery said that by himself he bad broken into the following railway ststions : JoJimoot, ...
A MULTI-MILLIONAIRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
A MULTI-MILUOJTAlRESS. Amongst the paaaeiigsrs by the Ger man mail stammer Bremen is a Mrs. Oaptaiu Lewis Hill, who is said to be worth about 4190,000,000, and to be one of the rtobew woasea is the world. Mrs. Lewis) is credited with speeding large tarns is) jewellery, with the objeot of giving work to jewellers. She is also profuse in her distributions to charity. Farther particulars regarding the mnlti-BQillionaireses' doiag* in Perth (W.A.) bare come to light oonoeroiag firms aba visited where the made Urge purchases. Daring htr vi»it to om basinets boase the ?PM* 4100 in Oft* department alone. Witb another ftrm , the selected £300 worth of clothing and good*.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
Niiitorapi ?OTH BANIftHID. ^_ WWSJPaposTalaw ?? (By a Icporter.) What recently seen by a reporter,, MrVlartha Uibeon, of No. SJKea^ ?tt«et, N Mr town, gave tnformatioa oi «ttch a serviceable character U- raadece that spare mutt be reserved lor it* a|» fesaraace. JShe remarked :— 'Between t'lrvrn and t«clva- years ago I wtt ?ufffriiHT intensely with aeu ralgia arnl tatlifreMian, - ninmUiiili which haU harassed Jt m- HmFikTi ssy general health was ?ffcctcd.' 'Pt..i,»i,u vou found youraeif roast (feral dovft T' muhW the actil. ?'I,-.. mm, ?«,, aad v«i «^ —^ that I could hatttly frt ab- a tbiaff- It wm aiy usual -? to S, all day long, ao JMnuny ion, mi id at 1 could nut matr ?-? iaWa%up to start on aovthiiv. a rule, oil iho con trary, if 1 did oat goin^ early in tho day it was not feng L«ioi- 1 wja* iom gletily tirod out, and rotiUI thfn only ait and look at the work left «nikr-*. Oh ! 1 frit no miavrabl'. ami the ovw ralgic r»aia« were ?-- «»«?. Hi -lit along1 thr jaw* and all about my...
OUR SHORT STORY. Blifkins the Mourner [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
OUK SHOKT 3tO*Y. Blifbui tin Vnflnr 'BtoMmytooll'iwd BKfkfat.M (utook up * morning paptr; 'to 9«or WhifBoiree is liamJj thrown onl ?this eankia. ah?' Hare io-day, *nd than to-morrow. Hei#k-*iol' IkwM.dMp dgh^llMt iw&lM brooght up from tha depth of hit Ittlinga, and he lighted a fredb dgar, lo do full juitioe to the subject that . filled him. ' He wm not ao old as I am by Ihree years,' he ruminated : ' atoand likely to live for a great while, end be « bleating to— to— -Urery stablekeep ?rt ; and here he is, now, swept awmy like toe blaM of aeradU, or the ash** ?fa cigar! Bather rough ; but death lakes us at any disadvantage, and we ?re goo* before we think of it. I wonder how much he has left ? Not much, I guess, for he has lived oloee up to his means, if *» hasn't eieeeded them, and his wife doesn't fcnow the first step of iiimsisiss.' Who may know, beyond oonieotuM what tribute he paid to the isanosii oal virtuea of Mrs. Blifkins in this reflection t Not a word was uttered ...
The Arbitration Ass. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
Tilt Al+ltl-mtlO). A»*. In tbe c»'e before UiaFuJl Court on Friday to rottfain tbs Arbitration Court from pruc«e-liug on ao order l directing John Eiffe to retaro to work ' at Newcastle, prohibition was granted With costs. | The Chief Justice in delivering judgotMut, said there certaioiy was ao ' clause in the Arbitration Act abiehj tzprassljr gave tbs Arbitration Coort ! power to compel a maa U- raturo to ' work. A'toan'a liberty wat aot bs limited. Another appeal tflfecting tbe junn t diction of (he Arbitration Court if ; proceeding, similar «- tbe above. i Tbe Attorney (?eueral ba« decided nvt to further pr- ^ecute i» too New castle strike cis ». rlWvy rVrifH oontioue to bo \*\ i«l . in tbe b-ttiiv; prosecutions. j Ibeituire lCuf**tan pr«M-H tWuiand - that (i nir^l Stoossfl be serion»ly | court ui:»«-tMl!ed. I St-x-»a;l n iierts ibot tbo reopca^ilil ityoftbo Hv-.rrtncier' rests mtL the
BALLADORAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
BALLADORAN. From oar own Correspondent Rs-n at last ! A heavy thunder* storm burst over Bsllybooley last Wedne*dvy, »ud deluged tbe place with water, abcut au inch and a half falling within an hour. The flat rasem* bled a like, leifcg oi-e bhcet of water, and youug ai.d old gattd with surprise ou the fetmnge uht-i.iuiMion. It was a time of giewf joy for the yoongftttrs, and they all ei-jr-vtd a 'Coogre bath.' There is uow a supply of water in tbe creeks for some time to come. The storm did not extend fsr westward of Balladoran. Tbe big contract for sleepers is at la*t cut out, and the cutters sie now bteking fresh fields, many making to wards tbe coast. Bally booley is fast relapsing into peaceful al umber again, the rattle of various kiuda of 'omni- buses' no longer disturbs the stiltuess, the rursl yarns cease tooiftolnte round camp fires, tbe plsce io general presents a deserted appearance, and in the 'subuibs' cottages msy be. bad now at a very low renUl. Last Saturday tbe atmos...
GULARGAMBONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
GC1LARO AMBON E. (From a Correspondent) One of the heaviest thunderstorms ever known io this township paused over here on Tuesday night, it lasted for a little over an boor. We have never seen such a hail storm here before tbe bail was laying on tbe ground for over 24 boars. It «u quit* impossible to measuie the exact fall, for the hail bad the gauge choked iu a moment, then there was 210 points recorded. The Golar Creek cams do wu about 8 feet, bringing huge logs with it. Tbe hail kilWd some hundreds of fowls ; Mr. W. Skathorpe had 6 pigs killed; dogs, cats, rnbbits, and wild birda all went down befere it. Every bouse in the town was swamped. Mr. P. Ferguson hid his large dam at his homestead filled up — it was just about dry before the storm. 14/2/05
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 24 February 1905
Sporting Notes. Jost before liaokrnschmidt essayed to wipe the floor with Gou^a Brahm and Oattan Singh, the Hindoo wrest ler*, Harry Rickards warned him that | when the perspiration began to run the Indiana would he very slippery 'Ach,' chipped in the big man, 'dey will not baf time to get achlippery- ' And they didn't. Tis said that Jack Carktek, the vrrost ler showed himself to be no fool iu keeping thousands of miles of ocean between himself and Qeorge Haoken schmidt. p Q ? .... Cyclist Major Taylor is leaving the paths of virtue by going to ^e Con tiueut to race for Championship honors on Sundays, Taylor u going fpr the bran*, and wfll chance break Tig the Sahbatb. Mr. Alf. Magaire's Celerity has joined trainer Jim Forau's long sftiug. Ar his name implies he is a slippery coblomer. A few local pontevs bad beamiug countenances when thfe rt-sult of the Oakleigh Plate came to band on Saturday. A stable boy was asked the other day what a necromancer was*. He thought for a moment, «a...