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RUSSIA IN CENTRAL ASIA. RUMORED INVASION OF AFGHANISTAN. MASSING TROOPS AT MERV. (Daily Telegraph SPECIAL MESSAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

RUSSIA IN CENTRAL ASIA. RUMORED INVASION OF AFGHANISTAN. MASSING TROOPS AT MERV. (Dailu Telearanh SPECIAL MESSAGE.') London, Friday. — A paper at Cracow, formerly the capital of the old Kingdom of Poiland, but now comprised in the Austrian Empire . publishes a letter from Merv asserting that Russia intends to invade Afghanistan in the Spring, proceeding towards the Persian Gulf via Herat. The writer says that 100.000 Russian troops are massed at Merv and that 40,000 reinforcements are arriving. It is added that the English are buying 40,000 horses to enable them to oppose the Russian cavalry. Ribbons are much worn still. Great demand for them at ridiculous prices at Webb.s. See the revised and greatly reduced goods now on view at George-street, and also at Keppel-street. Christmas Eve after all was not such a dull time. The shop hands were kept hard at it until a very late hour, and we were pleased to Jind so many happy faces about town. It is too late to go into the detail of them ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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[?] Brennan Torpedo. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

fiTSSSinan Torpedo. ^M ' SiotTcl' the London journals (says the H P*MW#Oi as wo11 as of the Admiralt.v H SafefiEU' ingenuity has 'niad'. material ? jifjte&nces of the Empire,' in the shape of ^| flfpeiio. This cheerful little machine weighs ^B BfpWBfL be^disoharged from the shore or from ^M EB& -bcdi&cted with perfect accuracy, under H «UW sea. for a distance of 2000 yards. ^^H &JP& tate of 20 mites an hour, and explode at ^^H iy^minaturc Krakatoe. It is, in fact, an ^^H iplerbolt tamed and made docile, but with a ^^H ^'VmsI hitting beyond anything known to ^^^H [Australian ingenuity, no doubt, has sup |^^^B ^rovscience with a new and most terrible H^B istrau|an resources are capable of meeting H^l in walats'bf the E mpire, with advantage to ^B^B EnCTF1^' for example purchases every HiH Lental Studs 17,000 horses for the service HH nA artillery, and pays more than a quarter HIH laUviorfthis supply. ' Is it quite impossible HI at Iea3t\ of this...

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Human Nature. How True it is—See! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

Human Nature. How True it is— See! Tramcar conductor, to man who is trying to get on board when car and platform are crowded : — ' ' Better wait for the next tram, sir ; only three minutes behind this one, sir. We are packed full.' Man pushes on all the same. Says indignantly : — ' iramcars are for the accommodation of the public, aren't they ?' * ' Another day. Same man seated in a tram. People crowding in and filling it. He growls :— ? ' Strange that folks will crowd in when they see a tram is crowded. Ought to be a law to prevent it.' Grass everywhere ! Grass in William-street, grass in George-street, grass in Keppel-street, grass everywhere 1 Grass seeds in sheeps' eyes, grass seeds in sheeps' ribs, grass seeds killing hundreds of sheep 1 We need not fear that too many sheep will ever run about Australia. The droughts continue too long, and no grass grows, so that the lambs, and mothers too, die in millions. Then, when rain does come, the grass runs up at such a rate that nothin...

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Carbolic Acid as an Insecticide. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

Carbolic Acid as an Insecticide. A writer iii the Journal of Horticulture gives the result of a number of experiments with carbolic acid as an insecticide. He first experimented with a solution of one part of the acid in twenty parts of water, which was allowed to stand for twenty-four hours before being used. By that time a layer of fat or oil had appeared on the surface, the contact of which with plants speedily de stroyed them. This was consequently withdrawn by means of a pipette, and the clear fluid below alone used. This proved an equally dangerous application, for some beds of savoys and radishes, which were watered with it in order to free them from ground fleas with which they were infested, were totally destroyed by it. A weaker solution, consisting of one part of acid in fifty of water proved scai*cely less injurious to vegetation. The appli cation was now tried in the still more diluted form of one part in a hundred, the supernatant oil being carefully re moved before us...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

BEES! _BEES| 'jDERSONS desirous of obtaining their owttjtyfSl * plies of HONEY can procure — ' VgjB§ SWARMS OF BE^8/.i«H Bar-Framed Hives, SmokefeJ ;#f^^P 1 -lb- Sections, and all ^1%^^9HH^| Appliances, at the ^HJffllB^M^B O Js^ Italiaajfl ^^S*^ Bar - Frame 'tflL— . — v-y5^ ^^ Two Stories.. y.;f« . ,- W; ? Crate of Sections. . , . * ? * . .wl§ S Comb Foundation, per lb/ OM -,— J ? ?*$& ? / N.B. — Safe delivery at destmation!g||fc I Correspondence upon Bee sheets intfcgfjjPp''- ?-- -J w.pascoejH^j I AUCTIONEERS, ^t^) I Commission 7ao \\ 1 And General -pirrie: JU=r\ I Agents for Permewan, Wri&hfc ^&A3o., ana v J \U the City Mutual Fire Insurai se Company \ 1b| of Sydney. jf |9 Offices ? WEBB'S BjUILDINGS, :jH George-street, Bathurst. ?JB — ? ? ^j ? _ m Board and Residence. ™ TVyTRS. J. OWEN, corner of jBENTINCK ajyi iV1 KEPPEL STREETS, BATHURST. (l Good Accommodation. Also, a two-stall Stable to Let on easy terms. THE TEMPERANCE HOTEL BATHURST, IS situated betw...

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BEE CULTURE. No. II—VARIETIES OF THE HONEY BEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

BEE CULTURE. v PI J. B. CAMPBELL, SOUTH BATHUE8T.J No. IL-^VAtaHES OP THE HONBY BEK. I will leave td some abler pen Chan mine the task of giving an elaborate treatise upon these interesting and industrious insect^ and will confine my remarks rather to their natural Chatacteri8tic8, the qualities of the different kinds, their, dispositions, &c, as coming more directly under the nead of practical beekeeping. My province is with practice rather than theory. The common or black hrnananri anamnlv nnr riiwrintif' almncf every, person being more or less acquainted wjth them, and they will nottiierefpre requirealny ferr minute description. A swarm , or colony as it Is sometimes called, consists in its natural state 6i from 15,000 to 17,000 working female bees, and one queen or mother fee, and duriog apportion of the year 300 or 400 drones or Sale bees. Ttie duty of the queen is solely to lay eggs, and it is only those deposited by a fertilised queen which produce working bees, or, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

B. HART'S. ^ VISIT THE ' -jm CAIjRINGTONd^M George StreeplH^M WHERE YOU OAN °®WB^^B A GOOD SMOKE AT i LOW IB CHRISTMAS CARDJjJl^B IN GREAT VARIE^,^^^^H|k i^CALL AND SEE TSM^^^» JAYE & FpHB LICENSED -;IlllsL Plumbers &Gas^M manufacturers' ^5p OF ALL KINDS OP ' 'V ,' TIN AND IRONWAf^ AND . \ COLONIAL OVENS. CORNER OF KEPPEL & BEFTINCK STREETS, i\ BATHURST. ESTIMATES GIVEN For all kinds of Work. MANCHESTER. French Cretonnes ' French Cretonnes ! For Furniture Coverings and Draperies. T TNEQUALLED YALUE, richness of texture, ^ and exceeding cheapness. Special and Ex traordinary Purchase, which we can offer at 4|d, 6|d, and 7fd per yard. ELECTORAL PANIC 1 i A TREMEN DOUS RUN on our Special ?£*? Reductions in Calicoes. If you still have a vote, record it in favour of Horrockse' Al Calico at 3fd, and our Bl at 4}d. STATETOF THE POLL 1 HPHE whole of Parkes' supporters in the now ?*? forming Assembly have placed their orders for Free Trade Goods, and our GREAT SACRIFIC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

I JOHN WADE & CO.'S Corn Flour —AND— Rice Starch — AWE — THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Ask your Grocer for them. i CATERERS — AND— CONFECTIONERS, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S Refreshment Rooms. Under Distinguished Patronage. Royal Studio. BEAVIS BROS., WILLIAM STREET, The leading Photographic Artists in the Western District. Two Operating Rcoms replete with all the latest appliances, with light suited to every face. Photo graphs copied aud enlarged to any size in Crayon, Oil, or Water Colour. New Series of Bathurst and other Views. Call for Reduced Price List. BEAVIS BROS., ROYAL STUDIO, BATHURST. BEES! ? BEpMj 'T3ERS0NS desirous of obtaining ^ieir'|^ ^^8 r plies of HONEY can procure- 'm%,iUM SWARMS O.F BEli^^H Bar-Framed Hives. Smoke^^^^ 1-lb- Sections, an(i ^ ^M^^^^HHH Appliances, at the J^MiBH LOWES T ' i^oMjj^^M mm e-^ Bar - Frame 1§1|^^| /^ Two Stories... .Ai&fl^^HH Crate of Sections. ? ,» MmBMm, I Comb Foundation, per 1b, *^^^BB {? N.B. — S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

: LADOWS PULVERIZING AND SMOOTHING DISC HARROWS, || The most useful Implements ever introduced on a farm, on account of their many excellent qualities, and for the many purposes for which they can be utilised. pjfe WljtAT IT WILL I}0 — It will thoroughly pulverise the soil, by lifting it up to the fertilising effects of sun and rain. It will pulverise, cover, and mix pjjBianure with the soil. It will actually save ploughing in many instances. It will cover to any desired depth all kinds of grain as no other harrow will ; birds ||c|anpt get at the seed ; seed can be sown broadcast on stubble land, and every kernel of grain covered by it. It will produce better crops, by reason of its l^^oiMigh preparation of the soil. It will, with a little grass seed, thoroughly renovate pasture land. It is invaluable for summer fallowing land. It will cut, ^^to[,|^i-i pulverise clod or clay lumps. It will cut and pull up weeds, and it never chokes. It will work on wet or stony land when no other im...

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Our Sydney Letter. 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

®ur ^gditen l^r; - N \ FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] 9fch February. i$i& i ' Buteverybody said,' quoth he, H£^||C|ttt '3^ a famous victory !' W^^yj^y |iistory does repeat itself ! Who fflffl^^ffifed|to liave prophesied this time last ^^8ffii^^^|fepve couplet would have been a ^^^^^Kjihe colony of New South Walos HJH§||§i|ptoracle party's elections for a tri ?^^^^^BgBms^MMX ^s_ an unaouocea irtumpa w '1^ if^iaore, it is a grand fact illustra J^^^BB|^^^^4 heart, and strong desire on the r^^^B^^^^^e Ho have purity of government with J^^^Rmppptv straightforward dealing's on the part ^^G^^rap)iBters. . I do not know that there is ^^HbPuP^|i&6 of such complete annihilation of a ^HB^^^pLS»|orlty as that of our last set of ^^^^Hn^^ iitVr do I think history would produce |^^BB|^^*euch shameless violation of husting ?H^^^^^^oniStituents' opinions as this ; how ^HKBBl^^eai* ?a8t ^ur^ *ts dead.' Of course ^hHBB?N- before I am out of the wood,' but flB^^^^i^uch a grand response to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

%M. WEBB & CO. ^^Hjfe | HAVE PLEASURE IN SUBMITTING A LIST OF THEIR ?K*3bzw xMPOBTA*n:oirs '?fclieULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, IBBKan ^ thoroughly recommended, as E. WEBB & CO. make it «. point of supplying none but the very best in all the respective classes. As ?BKri- ' tiie ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. HfcRDS' PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS. [?] They are fitted with a novel form of head, which enables I the Ploughman, by simply Aft. turning a handle, to ?S^fM REGULATE THE LINE OF DRAFT inS^/w witbout fUjgLl | Stopping the Horses, I JVBg 'J Jfi thus effecting a considerable ^iJLJk Jt ' saving in fime in the course s^grP^ of a mmSmzm:- day's work. 7 ' HORNSBYS SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS. i ill fitted with STEEL ^^%^^W. ^ I BREASTS, ^^S2^^ ^^ I 'improved ^^flflBl||^ta I toraeett%rsreiitsof ^ssMHBHE L -L jJk I ^fcTHESE ROUGHS, fr^^^^K^iARE TOO WELL V jJVp|r\ f KNOWN TO NEED ^w m^^^^yT FURTHER COMMENT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

y IMPORTER OF \ / Polished Granite \ /and Marble M)auments, \ / Marble Mantelpieces, &c, &c. \ / RUSSELL STREET, BATHURST. \ 'THE fiiLOBE' (SYDNEY) The Evening Newspaper of N.S.W. Reliable! FEARLESS ! Original! The Enemy of Class Legislation ! The Advocate of Progress! The only Demo cratic Paper in Sydney ! LATEST NEWS, HOME & FOREIGN. 28 Columns of condensed information from every quarter of the Globe. Literary Excellence, Tales, Sketches, Ladies' Own Column, Housekeeper's Room, Children's Corner. Advertisers Liberally Dealt with. m* PUBUSHED~~DAILY I -m SUBSCRIPTION— 6s. 6d. per QUARTER IN ADVANCE. AGENT FOR BATHURST & DISTRICT— G. C. HARRIS, MUTUAL ASSURANCE CO.'S BUILDINGS, Keppel Street, BATHURST. N OTI C E. Water ! Water ! D EVANS HAVING received a LICENSE to LAY ON WATER, is now prepared to SUPPLY HOUSES WITH WATER DIRECT O|?F MAINS, and therefore solicits your esteemed orders. None but Practical Plumbers employed. D. EVANS, Plumber, George-st....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

'TIMES' 'BAMfEmM, Cprner George & Keppel Streets. BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. WBDDING dJi.OS MADE TO ORDER. Special attention paid to Picnic & Wedding Parties.

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HELEN'S BABIES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

BrifcEFS BABIES. [covnir'tsb.].' Bad^e pontimied :—' But there were some Ish miditas bbpin' Wong that way, and the awful eleven ba&aer« took him out of the deep dark hole, an' sold him to the Ishmalites, an' they sold him away down in Egypt. An' his poor old papa cried, an' cried, W cried cause he thought a big lion ate Joseph up ; but he wasn't ate up a bit ; but there wasivt Uo post-office nor choochoos,* nor stages in Egyptian' there wasn't any telegraphs, so Joseph couldn'tlet fits papa know where he was ; and he got so smart and so good that the king of Egypt let him sell *li4tie com and take card of the money : an' one day some men came to buy some corn, an' ' Joseph looked at 'em an' they were his own budders 1 An* he scared 'em like everything ; Vd have dapped 'em all if Vd been Joseph, but he just scared 'em, an* then let 'em know who he was, an' he kissed 'em ton' ttie 4idn't whip *«ra or make 'em go without their breakfast, or stand in a corner, nor none of them t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

Notwithstanding the severe droughts, New South Wales still advances under her Free Trade policy. Returns in, and few only, estimated by inspectors : — Increase Dec, 1886. 1885. for 1886. Horses ? 365,217 ... 344,697 20,520 Cattle ? 1,350,969 ... 1,317,315 33,654 Sheep ? 39,057,907 ...37,820,906 1.237,001 The increase in the number of horses is not far below the average (said the Daily Telegeagh), that of cattle is only about one-tmra ot tne average, ana that of the sheep is about one-half. The droughts are chief cause of the small increase as compared with previous years. Germany has cleared out all the Australian pre served meat in the London market, and France has ordered 5,000,000 lbs. from Chicago. At the Sydney wool sales, last month, greasy fetched up to 10£d ; washed fleece, 14jd ; and scoured, 16Jd. A telegram received by the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company states that the London wool sales opened at an average advance of 1\ per cent on last sales closing rate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

DENTISTRY. J. L. ALEXANDER, Surgical k Mechanical Dentist (Registered in London). ST. STEPHEN'S BUILDINGS, George=street, Bathurst. Printed for the proprietors by GLYNDWR WHALAN, at his General Printing Offtoe, School of Arts Buil4ing3. Howiok-street, Bathurst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

TRIO1P(AL MARCH —OF— FREE TEADE! *T*HE verdict of the Public— FREE TRADE ?*? for New South Wales ! and that means pHEAP, VERY CHEAP, GOODS for this, ^-/ our fair City of Bathurst ! P WEBB & CO., the Universal Providers, are *-*? making use oi this Mighty Engine FREE TRADE ! FREE TRADE ! 'D Y offering to the Public some 450 Lace Mantles, *-* Beaded Lace Mantles. Canvas Mantles, at Free Trade Prices. These Mantles start at 3s lid. VET ANOTHER LINE! Some 150 Dust *- Mantles in Alpacca, Silk, China, and other Fabrics. These Goods start at 10s 6d. A GOLDEN SOVEREIGN for Ten Shillings ! -^*- A small case of Black Silk Mantles, prettily trimmed. Free Trade Prices, 7s lid. IT UNDREDS oi yards Pure Silk now offering ??* *? at Free Trade prices, from Is per yard. Another line, Ladies, at Is lid is worth 5s 6d. ''PHE Stock of Black Goods not under a Protec ?*? tective Policy — a rattling good dress at E. WEBB & CO.'S— Free Trade prices, 6d per yard. INFORMATION worth knowing to...

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[?]TOR THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

?KSto|^ AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. ^^^^B^K|J ^Pl^are J as a letter in the Bathurst ^roB^pltened to that long speech delivered by HHRra|i|?^uesday evening last with feelings' of jflHHSpS find that ' another good man had IHEraJllpb&g,' Speaking of the question now HBKPiidungjry : viz., Jiree Trade versus raggg||iieYj&id, ' With a view of arriving at a BBmafeslilofai I have read many essays and books im||^MflI' and Protection ; I iiave looked at the JgmSBipaies and countries where Protection jHSflPiiiil as far as my mind can tell me, it is ^K|S!Me giving Protection a trial.' These ]^^^jpel,attered by a gentleman of much expe \ ljjjfl'Tti public speaking, by a gentleman who has V^nieinber of Parliment for 14 years, and who !i~Ifcjlel1 ^een a memoer °^ Government for about ^rofceare5 putof the 14. Therefore, if we now l ,. ^e ma Mr. Suttor for his last ' change of front,' I ear ^en ^at suc^ c^an^e was mac*8 ^v ^im ?sett ^)le cons^erati°n? an-* tne reasons given for t i change...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

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MR. SUTTOR'S DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1887

MR. SUTTOR'S ^1fe4J. Far be itirpm us to 5ay one; unkind word against Mr. Sufctor ffliJHS' c[^^Led*lfi^|s. We remember that Mr. Satilr. sWift thiPfeinstituene^ faithfully and #|ll for *nft^mj&^ We remember that be changed his oj)in|-hs tm: the Public School question. With this eil&pfion ('until within the last twelve months) he had been a most consistent and straight forward politician, And we are sure that, throughout his whole career, he never had one charge brought against him of bribery or corruption. We con scteatidusiy believe that, politically speaking, Mr. Suitor's hands are as clean of jobbery as any mem ber, who has ever represented any constituency. Mr. Suttor retained the entire confidence of the elec torate until he saw his way to join the Jeftnings Dibbs Administration. This was his first step towards ruin. On his appearance before the elec tors, after this act, he gave explanations of a desire to help the country out of the dreadful state it was then i...

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