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A Millionaire's Two Wives. CARRIE SWAIN CLAIMS £40,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
i lifliomin's Twi Wires. CARRIE SWAIN CLAIMS £'40,000. In tbe Pans First Ciril Chamber on January 12 tbe second hearing of tbe Gardaer v Gardner case earns on. This is an aetioa brought by Mrs Carrie Gar dner, formerly kaoWQ oa the stage as Miss Carris Swain, to establish tba validity of bsr marriage with Mr. Frank Gardner, tbe well known mining mag nate, or, in default, to compel him to pay her 440,000 by way of oompensa tioiv Me. Lebon, the celebrated ad vocate of Dreyfus and Mom. Ha abaci, is toting as plaintiff's council, and ad duced some remarkable evidence, t After reminding the president of tba 1 court of tbe nature of lun. Carrie Gar ner's claims, Me. Labori stated tbat be had been informed that Mr. Fmak Gardner and bis wife, formerly Mow. Lag lay, intend to claim £9000 from Mrs. Carrie Gardnsr for continuing to ust tba name of Gardner. Tbis action on tbt part of Mr. Gard ner tssmtd strangs to him, said Ms. Labori, in view of tba fact tbat from 1888 to 1901 Mrs. Came Gardne...
The Repture of the Shere. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
Tht Kaptaf« ?? to SiMt. (BY A BANKER) Ays, tbtrt is a thrilling rapture by tbe lonely shore ; there is a jubilant exultation, a buoyant, gladsome exhil aration by tha sparkting strand wham tbt proud wsvse an ttaytd, where, far from the madtuug throng, the grace ful tarns wing their rapid flight midst tbe foaming surf of tht curling break ers, the handsome dotterel disports itself at tbs edge of tbe advancing and receding surges, and tbs kittiwake and the Ungbinf gull curvet and gambol in hilarious glee. How reptttt with attraction and fas cination to ths lovtr of glorious nature ii the sta-shors. Landwards rises a range of lofty buttressed ramparts as pure and as whits as tbe virgin snow, towering upwards towards tht azure -f tbe skits, their verdure-clad summits undulating as though in a far-off epoch they had been a mighty rolling ocean which by some great flat had been suddenly congealed and solidified. Scattered about upon the shore are irregular masses of indurated chalk, some ...
The English [?] Programme. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
Tb«fc»ajlfeii trik* wwf Appended mill be found a complete list of the programme of matches to be played by tbe 1905 Australian one- ' ketteam which leaves for the old world on February 1st. Four days ar« al lowed for the fifth test match, but should it be the deciding game, it will be played right out: — May 4 AtL'hryatal Pkfeo*. rOvntkmrn uf Knvland Mu- » At Notti^tem, v Not*!. 1U- U-At th« Oral, v Surrey. «aj 15 At Oxford, - (ftl-*rfl»ivtnitv Ma- 1»-M U*l*. * UC.C. and Orouml «r tta* (-Jm- tktum -* &*Im4 ) May tt-MShitm, v Vortofctw. gayav-At m naaiiin. T UmrnMM* ** y-AtlMrtogfaw. » ftwlaai. Snt tw aatoh Jua. 1 At CaMbrBn, r CaaWMf* Tnivewitv Juim !- At ?mMorl, v TorkaiM* June » At l^nla, v M.O.a and Grouau Jun« U At Ij^omm. v Ufc—Uirtiat Jun* 1&-At lAWaW, v b-ifi~f, wogad tMt Midi J««- «-At mntimfmm, » WarwtekAlr* Jun. «»- At SfM«l, r 'Ii iiiilliaUM JoJ- t-H I—*, v «Bj»Mtf, UiM tMt Mtfh Jui) ?- At BmiHafluii » llaniwhirr July 10 At DmV, v DajtyaW Jult ia At Sa«k, ...
A PLUCKY DOG [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
A PLUCKY DOG Another instance of canire sagacity has been brought auder notice. A few days ago three young children aged 2, 4 and 7 years respectively, of Mr. F. Twesnlow, farmer, of Brisbane Valley, near Bat hu rat, wero plsying about a waterbole 1-« two rldeat, Margaret and Laara, were paddling in the water when a cattle dog that waa on the bank commenced to growl and bark. The children took no notice of it nntil sadden ly a large nniike came oat of sowe rnbbihh and made for where the children were playing. The do^ rnshed at it, caught and shook it, eventeslly ktlliug it, bat not before the faftke had bitten it on the shoulder.
ACCIDENT AT A FUNERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
ACCIDENT AT A FUNERAL A scions accident occurred at Ceniog^Htu* (Vie) at the funeral of Mrs. Willram Fitselarence, a well known resident. After the cer;mony had oonclodttd, raiu fell heavily. Mr. Coafeit. lessee of the Ijakee Entrance Hotel, wee driving his drag, with the relation* of deceased, and lost control of bis horses woeo descending tuo Cemetry-hill. They bolted, snd over turned and smashed the drag to pieces Mr. Fitsclarence, husband of deoeaerd, had bis arm broken budly. Mr. Oonfait was nnconcioos when picked up, but recovered after remove! to his home. lira. Artber Fitaakreoee waa badly bVuised. A number of other occupants were braised and sbsken. The baggies of Mr. K. Wytd and Mr. Uarbeok narrowly escaprtf beiag epaet, the drag almost touching the (onset wbtnrao ing peal. Joba Dtnt, a Foi bra giatier, who haa been Ined sereral times for not destroying rabbits, was fined L15 and ooat* last week on a similar charge. He snys it is cheafter to pay fines than to poiaon rabbit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
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GILGANDRA PROGRESS ASSOIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
GILO AND RA PROGRESS A8 8OI1TIO1I. We«re indebted to Mr. H. W. Mit chell for the fallowing aoeount of the work done daring the pot year : — 11m Committee oosftieiing of nine members were elected by ballot on April 17tb, 1904, vu., Mann. A. A. Madia (Chairman), H. W Mitchell (SaorcUrj), J. H. Hitches (TreMarat) J. J. Murray, A. S. Saitb, M. Morris, B. 0. Hitohen. H Harriott, JL McDonongh. WOM DON! DDRIMd THE TlAB April 19th Sea. Co-stable Roaa interviewed end asked to prevent the pablio trom de positing rabbiah aoroat the bridgt within the town boundary, alao to aelect a suitable ait« for rubbish depot Work dona on 8wamp by Coonamble Road Super at tht junction of Toore waaoab and Coonambia road May 6th Application made for special l—mgl 80 acrea for racoooaree pajposca. Trastaas appointed for apeotal lease, via., Meatrs. J. Hitchen, EL Hitohen, Morris, Smith and Qardiaar. PreT tiled upon Postal Department to altar the ronning of mail between Grilfftndra and Mandooran. Had road repair...
THE CASTLEREAGH GILGANDRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1905 "Without a writer and the press A place to the world is dead." LAEOR IN POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
Giuundba, Fiiday,jMabchJ), 1906 'Without a writer sad] the preaa A plaoe to the world ia dead.' LAKOR IN POLIT1C8 In a previous article on tbia 'question we were onlyjabte lo deal.briefiy with the circa aisUooesawhieh led up, to the general rooognition.of.tbe Labor Party id the oolitice of Australia aasl parti cul-trlj of N-w Sooth Wales. Bat there it another, ,and a more important a* poet of the mailer — the preeeut poaitiou of that party. ^Parliament is in rsossi, oertainly, bat the recect conference held in Sydney has provided ample matter fur consideration £as to the aims and general g, policy of this party. It shonld be remem bered that these aunosl oonferrnoes practically decide the fatare ^coarse of their representatives in Parliament, and that being so, the decisions of the conference msy fairly be,. accepted as the policy of the parliamentary party. There ia no wish to be onfair or even undulr critical here. Oar province is merely to endeavour to keep abreast of the times i...
MACHINERY [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
MACHINERY Mr. G. Chandler advertises that be ' ia agent for Lrnnona Farm Implements, ' T. U. Uiok's pollard distributors and , James Alstons patent wind mills. Farmers requiring machinery would do ' well to interview him before making a I purchase.* I
CAPITAL AND LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
CAPITAL AND LABOR. During the bearing of a oaee iu the. Arbitration Court, in which, among otuer things, the employees' union asked for an increase of wages snd a decrease of working boors, some little light was thrown upoa tbe rxtraordin ary ideas irhicb prevail among certain workers. A witness had given evi dence in which he told the Court that he eoMideree: tht-olaina put forward by tbe union were very fair and just. In erossrxaminatio&,'ae was saked if, in the event of the respondent campauy not being sola to pay a dividend to the shareholders, wbo found tbe capit ?1 which was the means of providing him with employment, would be con aider it fair and just to still press the demands hj his union. Without much hesitation, he gave an affirmative anawer. Another witness, whote ideas on thervletionthip between capital sod l«bor appeared to bare been cast in a more liber.! «OUM, thought that the pnnHpU of 'give and sake' sbaukt «od iotcltiftsoi eteroise between em ployers and ...
Back from the Dead. UNDERTAKER REVIVES A SUPPOSED CORPSE DRAMATIC AWAKENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
Back tram the Dea4. UN DEBTAKB* REVIVES A SUP POSED CORPSE. DRAMATIC AWAKENING. A remarkable story of the dead re turning to life oomas from Aoorington (Lancashire, England). On the afternoon of January 16, Mr. Waddington, »n undertaker, noting upon an t*atr ha bad rfcocitad, drwva with aa aaaiaUnt to a hones fttandirw off tba main road midHfty between Hunooak and Hapton, and about thrae a#aa from Aotriagton. He intends* to roeaaure tba body of a young asWiad #onMn, who wai supposed to hava died at -r- o'olook tint morning. When Mr. Wadding*) a rftacaed tlie house he, fottajd, that the body had been remored from the bed in the kitchen, on Which he wai toM the woman died, and transferred to 4 itx-m upfttairt, in Which thert w4s no fire. Over the window of the room had Ixwn nlaoHi a shawl, and to praoure n, proper measurement the under- ; taker inatrtiotad hin M»i«t«nt to re iuovh it. The light thus let into the room foil upon the featureV of the woman on the bed. and sh Mr. Wtddingto...
Doggerbank Outrage. COMMISSION'S OFFICIAL REPORT. RUSSIAN FIRE UNJUSTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
Doggertaftk Outrage. COMMISBIQIi'6 OFFICIAL RfiPOBT. BUS8UN FIB£ UNJUSTIFIED. Tht report of tbe International twMiiiMJMi cf laanirj intn ths bom tartmtsrt ei Be*** tMMm on the Eajgsttarft by aha Brtk flam, on the Mmo| oi October 28 bat feat, was aJMaily mads at a iniaa of tbe Ofmiino in Paris oa Batarday. fiat-Admtml Faorniar, tbt Pnntet mad the rtfartia French. Tha: report stated that Admiral Ja^aaUarttmilnr, ooakiDanaang tht flmt, waf maaaiUt 4ar las order to fin, auoh order being given ia oonssnwjaoe Of tht grata flan signal of the trawlers aftoasiag eujpioiont oa law Ktoiat Sararof, the lagabip, — i *be w uatess telegram of taa coattoandar of the fcMMport Kamtofcatta, that he wat aWiiii an «11 sidtos by torpoio boats. la referring to tbe iring by a Banana venation the ftreiish mar Aantaaaa AUtbftma during tht pte oiadiat night, the Oanua*anoo it of apaiiua tbat this iaciatat had previous If iaoneed Adaritml BosBdastv.asky to issue a, warning to the squadron that aa attack by tor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
'* Wotioe II R OKO. RD WARDS, newsagent, ftl Oiljrnndrn, lma been appointed 8OLB AGENT for The Ca»tlkkbaoh, for Gil|r»ndrn ntid diatric*. Copies of the pHpei tatty be obtained from bim. a- a mf- AUCTIONEER, and GENERAL COMMISSION i ACiENT, Gilgandra Auction Sales held when and where required lioral Agent for A.M. P. Life Office km) Colonial MiiIumI Fire Office; Atfricnltnrnl Machinery of all kinds;, Aciue mid I XL Pi-liitr«l Ditilnbutor. i Wheat paichaurd iu any quantity. Stork trucking a nucciality R.H'. HI£©INS AUCTIONEER. LAND dt ESTATE AGENT VALUATOR and Live STOCK SALESMAN, M!U;niORPE. Sales conducted io any part of tbe State. Personal sttentioo to all consign ment*. Proceed* paid over day of sale. Railway *Kot»l gilgandha JOHN MT7BEAY PROPRIETOR The- best table .ie' hote in the district CLOSE TO STATION Porter roeeta all trains Two features— Cleanliness A Efficiency Beat bt Hilda of Beer*, Wine«, Spirits, Curdiala and Cigars always on hand. i^GOOD STABLING IELKGUAPU HOTEL GILG...
DISTRICT SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
DliTBICT BALM Sold at Homebneh on aooonnt D. I. Watt 857 w 15s 7d. 160 w 14s 7d to 14s 9d. Hill, Clarke A Ca, agents. Mr. A. A. Mndie reporte having sold 500 ewes on aooonnt W. Priddle to W. Barden at a satisfactory prise, Messrs Mo Ewen * Smith report having sold 3 horses on aooonnt M. Morris, 3 hones for L Nevill, 1 for T- Murray at satisfactory prices.
THE MARKETS. PRODUCE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
THE MARKERS, Pkomjci Pricib. The following are the latest qofltar tions at Bed fern : New wheat— N S W., fa q. shipping 3« 44 per bushel (Sydney) ; prime mill ing 3s &*d Flour-Sydney roller, £8 7s 6d to £8 10s per tpn ; ooontry brands 68 to £8 5s Bran, 9d per bush ; pollard, Is Maiae— Northern River, beat avail able, 2s 6d per bushel ; weevily from 2s 2d, other parts 2s 7jd. Chaff.— N.8.W., £8 12s 6d to aU bast
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
Homibusb Stock Sales Prime merino wethers 16s to 17s 6d extra prime merino wethers to 18s 4d good merino wethers J4a to lAs 6d, medium merino wethers 12s to 18s 6d, prime crossbred wethers 17s to 18s good 15s to 16s, medium 12s 6d, to 13s 6d ; prime crossbred ewes 15s to 16s, good 18s to 14a, medium 11s to 12s; prime merino ewes 18s 6d to 14s 6d, good lls to *2a W, me dium 9s to 10s 6d Prime lamto Ma to 16e 6d, good, to 13e, nJedtum fls to 10s 6d Cattle— Prime bollocks £9 10s to £10, prime and heavy to £10 10a, good £8 5s, to £8 15s, medium £7 I* £7 15a; light steers to £6 ; prime oows to 46 10s, good to £5 10s. Best beef to 24s per 1001b.
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
Sporting Notes. Newmarket Handicap and St. i Leger tomorrow. Some say that two beads are better than one, bat, in two-up it, i§ dis honest. — Bulletin Aberoorn went to the happy grounds a short time sgo, now the great horse Hotcbkiss is no more. Being the sire of True Blue aud Screw Gun ia some thing iu his favor. — o — The great picnic horse Dalkeith has been sold to an Eastern sportsman, and will probably race in India. It is said that lOOOgns were paid for the well performed hoo at Experance. It leaves » big gap in Tom Scullys stables. Gladsome won tbe Futunity 8takes on Saturday, beating a very select field. Ths mare is not in the Basse class with her opponents in w.f.a,, bat ia a long way above them. Tbe brilliant ^ex-New Zealander it a' gold mine to bookmaker Sol Green. — o — The Kin?, whose horse Am bash II died, has purchased Moifa, the favorite for the Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase. | — o — M'Laachlan, tbe Now Zealand pro fessional pedestrian, ran a quarter of a mil...
COLLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
COLLIB. Frosa our own Correspondent We held our Band of Hope concert and meeting on the 20th Feb., which proved a great anoeeaa, oonsidering we lost a few of our best members. Tbe oonoert opened with a song \lf the members. Our vice-president, Mr. B, , Murray, occupied the chair, and a fairlj good programme was pat through. The following were the items rendered : — Reoitation, ' Tbe Eocbanted Shirt,' Ida Murray. Recitation, Tbe Village Choir/ Alms RcndaJI Song, ' Please give me a penny, sir/ and 'Tbe Laggage Van Ahead,' Blanche Murray Recitation, ? Tbe Other Side,' Miss. Readell. Mediation, ' When the Minister comes to tea,' Sid M array, which was highly appreciated by tbe audience. Recitation, ' Greedy Rover,' Lydia MeNabb Recitation, ' Deacon Jones,' T|mo, Munay Jteviuiiou, ' Daiuty Dialiea,' Horaoej M u i ray boi.g, ' Three Green Bonnets,' Alma) Reiiuvll iteuiuuon, ' Tbe Lo^t Cap,' Don* Tipper. ? itecitatiou, ' Putting up the stove/ BUuche Murray , Recitation, ' Wfaicb One,' Alma...
A NOVEL CLAIM [Newspaper Article] — The Castlereagh — 3 March 1905
A NOVEL CLAIM The sanitary contractor at Armidale has made a novel claim upon the local Cnaacil. During* the past six years the Council has been in the habit of settling the contractor a aocoanta qoart eily, bat it has jaat dawned npoo tbe contractor that a year has 865 days, and a leap year 366, while hie pay ments have only covered 364 days. He has therefor* sent io a bill to the Council for L8 9s 8d for the daya which have been overlooked in tbe settlements of his accounts. By seven votes to four the aldermen have decided to pay the extra amonut. The ratepayers are now wondering if they will bt caJled upon to pay back rates, for it seems that the Council on its part has omitted to collect for the extra day per year.