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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1888

GLOVES ! GLOVES ! GLOVES 1 Yes Ladies ! HP HE Winter season is with us in all its delight and at J[ traction. And in the GLOVE DEPARTMENT of the Western Warehouse will be found all the newest Makes, Shapes, and Shades in Kid Suede, Lisle Lined, Taffeta Lined and pure Silk Gloves. Special attention, is directed to the stock of LINED GLOVES which have been manufactured to our own order for the Bathurst climate. E. WEBB & CO. KID GLOVES ! GOOD KID GLOVES J Kid Gloves for Gd ! Kid Gloves for Is I The 'The England' Kid Glove- 4 Button Tan and Brown at Is. lid and 2s 9d. Dent's Gazelle Kid Gloves— 4 Button in Black and Tan, 2s lid Cecil Kid Gloves.— Our Cecil Glove in Tan. Brown usually 4s. 9d, now 3s lid. ' Carrington ' Kid Gloves— With the new Dome PATENT FASTENER, in Tan, Brown- Dark and Black, 4s. 9d. 10 Button length SUEDE GLOVES, at 3s. 6 Button SUEDE GLOVES, in High Shades, at Is. lid only. Riding Gloves! Riding Gloves ! Just a few Baskets of Job Gloves, you will find ou th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

Gloves ffii -fii^ — , ? j Yes Ladies! j , r:|^HE Winter season is with ub in all its delight and » X traction. And in the GLOVE DEPARTMENT of V Western Warehouse will be found all the newf Makes, Shapes, and Shades in Kid* Suede, Lisle Lupl Taffeta Lined and pure Silk Gloves. Special attention directed to the stock of LINED GLOVES which 3j/ been manufactured to vour own order for the Bat1 climate. E. WEBB & C KID GLOVES 1 : GOOD KID GLOVES I Kid Gloves f dr 6d ! Kid Gloyes for Is 1 ^ The ' Tlie England'; Kid Glove— 4 Button Tana, Brown at Is. lid and 2s 9d. . -\ Dent's Gazelle Kid Gloves— 4 Button in Black a? Tan, 2s lld¥ : i ' Vi Cecil Kid Gloves.— Our Cecil Glove in Tan, Brf ? usually '4s. 9d, now ^s lid. , 'Carrington' Kid Gloves— With the new/ i PATENT FASTENER, in Tan, Brown. DaJ i Black, 4s. 9d. / 10 Button length SUEDE GLOVES, at 3s. / 6 Button SUEDE GLOVES, in H?'' at is. lid only. . '? ? \ ... j Riding Gloves! Riding GloWs! \J Just a few Baskets of Job Gloves, you w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

?The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and having the most extensive circulation of any ?swspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : s. d For the first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 M each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered for special positions will be charged as under : — For the 1st inch, or part thereof ? 3 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 %* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for'within one month of last insertion. SPECIAL NOTICE. General Job Printing Works, HOWICK STREET. CL TST W AT A 'NT whilst thanking his ouBtomeis for their \X. ' LLA.U A.1X , numy p^t favours, de3iies to intimate that EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS are being made to his plant, &o., which he expects soon to be completed,, when he will be able to. turn out a larger variety of work and to give even greater satisfaction than in the pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

^^Mii/© DD J?r fTs)/'^ ; have^ peasure in intimating to the1 ?HP# B|3..,Qfi! ,vWT.,BeBide&1of:Badiiiwt that they are now ^^^fefe arrangements whereby, they may be able i to- supply those desirous.... of ?Hbplg&$$ for'Hfeiitmg and Cooking 'Pur^es!fwit.y €he Very beSty latest/ and ?B^^-- '?-.?'??''''. ' ?: approved ^scripti&s^f'1'; !' /'! -/???' ' ? ! igfiAS STOVES, RANGES, AND HEATING APPLIANCES. 9Hftf& G0f, I^fte, 6ew|e^Sfrei, Batl(urst. JjpTSTOVE&l; ii-loves! Gas Stoves ! rip vv KHnTv (' (\ ^^Lp strongly advise all intending PURCHASEES '^^ttL consider uiid thoroughly weigh the matter ^.-|2^$A.& COOKING STOVE ??' ='-. -? before ,tikey are .led to purchase one that will be'-bo£h' expensive and nimsy, and though doing its; work fairly well, will ireqaire a large amount of gas to 'keep it tho-; roughly hot. There is not the vslightest doubt .that, those Btoves which lwiii retain their heat for the greatest length of time, and when heating...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

Bathurst has, during the past few days, been somewhat lively orer the mining racket. It is indeed something new for this town to move in that line, as it is many years since the mining fever raged so high as to ' take ' the sober, steady inhabitants here. The Sunny Corner shares rising so suddenly from 7s or 8s to 52s 6d has astonished many among vur iimuuer. vv c ueiieve suuie xmuiUTSC gentlemen have made a few pounds out of them. Several have been heard grumbling pretty hard at their bad luck, because they sold too soon. All we can say is, those who have made money should feel very thankful, and we trust they may have the good luck not to lose what they made. As the 'fever' gets high the prices go ditto, and we would utter a word of caution to the most speculative of onr young fellows at least. The older ones can take care of themselves ; but our youths must be cautious. Bemember. good things in the mining world are often grabbed early, and when prices get up absurdly high, even' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

PLOUGHS! Wietions! PLOUGHS Q T^BTLrNO: KEDUeTioj^S ; in the PRldfi . . !-: .- -ii ...'i- ? - ??&.?..,:* ??' ?'..'*?:? * t ?' J ' ' '??-..?'? '???? ' ? ?- ? ./. „ . . * , R^^ME'S rS^ Double .i«i?foV Plou^ . v : .with, Batent , J)oubie-wh^l Lifting* *Gear, ' £9 \ . 'ViVsJ. ^iV-;i»dtioed frora^gl^-lOs^;' -? ' «;?- I RA^SOM^ ;E if D © ditto, &li ils.y re* | duc^d from i£18 ^7e. 6&* - * ' ? ---' ? * **'* j ?-.:-.: ;::.x... - -?:.'.?-?-&?, - -??- -^ *./.,' -:-: .???...-.! RA^PI^E;S. E lajGB ; Rouble-lttrrow. .'Ploughs [ « ?' ji- -t ?'? ? *. '' * ' i ? ' '? ' ' ' « ' ?***?'♦ ;-^ Ditto, w.lUi 8 toelvBeatts *? 'i;£z2'%%%i- ? ? *''' \ ?vw*- \ ^ Call and S/ee! tjae^ above;. J^Bfpre.jpurch^iii^, elsejF^e^o^sXniifbV^ I*isjt. .,,, i Printed f or tfc* proprietors by aLYKn\sm WHALAN. BthbGenei*! Printfne Office School of Artr Buildinfta Howiok-street, B»thf iflV.

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. CHAPTER IV.—CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY, BY ALBERT STAPLETON ARMSTRONG AND O. ORD CAMPBELL. CHAPTRR iv. — nnnssiNo. \ « Crossing, between English Breeds and Families, If we assume, with Mr. Youatt, that the long and ^ short-woolled sheep of England are each respectively pescended f rom common ancestors, they form but two Igreeds of sheep. The Hampshire and Shropshire Ppmia^l^pwever, both ranked as first-class sheep, and p$hoffie»% classed as short-wools, have usually adip mflong-wool blood. The Oxfordshire Downs are the ^?^ppl^ct cross between the Down and the KtsWold, and they are already claimed to be an es ?j^UB^d Variety. Bat the instances of failure in Wending- 0ie breeds have been so much more nu fcero^pi^i the successes that the balance of inttl ?i^ni^nnion seems to be decidedly against such Kfei^pts. With them, as with the merino, the suc feeBsei in crossing between the different families of ?^ie same breed have been numerous and signal. Mr. ^Siewell, there is little doubt, was the first...

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THE HESSIAN FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

.-? THE HESSIAK FLY.' u SUMMARY of Notes as' to the' Hessian Fly in Russia. ?'?Until 1879 the1 'Hessian1 fty had not been positively^ identified in Russia; Mqtschulsky, however, , in $ treatise written in 1852, alludfes to injuries to corn in a district of BuEsia, similar to those caused by the Hessian fly in America. , . - ' ' i ? *? In the Summer of 1879, Dr. Lindeman found that damage to wheat, barley, and rye, in the Government of .Pullowa, in the Ukraine, was due to the Hessian fly. Dr. Lindeman received information, and specimens of infested corn plants, in the autumn. of 1879, from other districts, and being convinced that the pest would rapidly become estab lished, he published a short report to warn agriculturists. ' By 1884 the HesBiau fly had infested an enormous area of Russian territory, extending from Odessa as far as the borders of Western Siberia, where it was found upon rye plants. The part of Russia,, east of an almost straight line batween Odessa and Moscow, appea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

JOHN WADE & CO.' S | Corn Flour Is a Household Requisite of con stant utility. NOTE. — Purchasers should insist upon being supplied with WADE & CO.'S CORN FLOUR, Inferior kinds, as serting fictitious claims, are being offered to the public. Carpet Department OTJB splendid stock of CABPETS and OIL CLOTHS is well worth a visit by those about to furnish, as never qefore have we had such a varied assortment to show our patrons. It would be useless attempting to enumerate the prices. All we can say is, come and look for yourselves before buying elsewhere t E. WEBB * CO. WANTED KNOWN! THAT T. BLNNETT PURCHASES SECOND-HAND FURNITURE TO ANV AMOUNT. THOMASlENNETT, HAVING THE LARGEST PREMISES AND STOCK of FURNITURE IN THE WESTERN DISTRICT, TI-EGS to inform his nu moron's customers and the ?*-'* Public that he is always willing to EXCHANGE NEf GQOM OLD, and also that he has a LARGE STOCK OP EVERY HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENT always on hand. Time-Payment System from £5 to £500, and a L...

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SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

SHEEP. We wera somewhat surprised,' the other day, to find that some of our best breeders of sheep are under the impression that sheep cannot be got to the same degree of perfection in this colony that they can in Tasmania. Some of our best breeders go so far as to send some of their sheep away to Tasmania to be got up for sale. We thought when we heard' it that it was bunkum.;, in fact, we said so. We have for years past complained of the want of energy among our s^eep-breeders, as a whole, in this colony, for sitting still, and allowing the Tasmauians to come and take, thousands of pounds away fjom us that' we ought to have kept in the colony. Our breeders are now waking up to the fact that they can 'produce the right stuff, and a. fair number of New South Wales sheep found. therr way to the big sales held in Syd ney tha other day. For the infon nation of our readers we publish the list of the sal ?s on Friday last by Megsrs. Mori and Co. Average Second* Day, . - Ta'smamau. Stud S...

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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER III. THE BAD BOY'S FOURTH OF JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

PECK'S BAD BOY AM) HIS PA. CHAPTER III. THE BAD BOY'S FOUBTH OF JULY. Pa is a Pointer, not a Better — Special Arrangements tor the Fourth of July — A Grand Supply of Fireworks — The Explosion— The Air full of Pa and Dog and Sockets— -A Scene that Beggars Description. 'How long do you think it will be before your father will be able to come down to the office ?' asked the druggist of the bad boy as he was buying some arnica and court plaster. ** O, the doc. says he could come down now if he would on some street where there arc no horses to scare,' said the boy as he bought some gum, 'but he says he aint in no hurry to come down till his hair grows out, and he gets some new clothes made. Say, do you wet this court plaster and stick it on ?' The druggist told him how the court plaster worked, and then asked him if his Pa couldn't ride down town. ' Ride down? well. J guess nix. He would have to set down if he rode down town, and Pa is no setter this trip, he is a pointer. That's where t...

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Possible Collapse of the Sydney Meat Preserving Company. SAD CALAMITY FOR THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

I Possible Collapse of the Sydney I Meat Preserving Company.' SAD CALAMITY FOR THE COUNTRY. i °We learn from a circular issued 'pa the IJtliinst.Jjj the chairman of. the Sydney Meat Preserving Com pany tbat unless, they receive some assistance from the stockowners of the country^ it is' m6st likely 'the Vorks will be, closed. . Some few; years agp^i n i 880 to 1884, the company received .a subsidy pi. ^ pec cent, I «n the proceeds of stock sold at Homebush by ,the; I auctioneers * troing ' business at ? these yards. This I ''email .amount was charged by the auctioneers against I l^wjjeifk a^s t^ie former, then j charged 3^ ^per -sepi- I pommi^sio'n. o^^s^J^r^oy^ ^kop^ tesfc^ kuown I to the auctipne^s,Ht|ie Bubsis^y yv^ discotipnu^a^ the au'etio^ XiiQ amount was so .^aJJ^coming^ p:^ so, many-^ that ™^..^^:|^tfJfe./.7^^.^-;i^j.JEPW, inany Tittles make a mupkle.]',. ania the stockowacj-s' papy^was £hus enabled to jw^Wr,-jmjpp8 km ' SWvf ?? pi* 9^19,^4 sh?etfp j^. Enjgianvj. ; -ud ^hile...

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Veracity of Mr. Dibbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

I Veracity of Mr. Dibbs. m ^^'- Oi^^ w^,s in Bathurst, not long ago, says T- w^8*) ^e asserted that Sir Hercules Robinson — Jf W*^pn»or fef this colony— had all he could do to w Sr^Sehty Patkes from turning protectionist. I mbbh alsos stated that Sir Hercules had thrown ft ?principles of freetrade, and was advocating a H Bbtiist policy for the colony of which he is now IrT wi, The statements, which seemed to be fair |L| ft Catne with something of a shock among : fl'jftSwwi«Wi who began to feel that the Premier .ft* Jwr/tetaroveraor were guilty of inconsistency. ft JH belief in bdtli gentlemeri, if it was for the fl ' S1*1 Bbaken, will be fully restored when they I §? that *^e assertion of Mr, Bibbs was not ?^gi^Nfff^LctTMrr Sydney Webb (Secretary of the ^^ftfchurst Freetrade Society), it appears, wrote to Sir HSRercules Robinson on the subject, and his Excel ftjency has sent a reply, which will be found below, and rafkhicli completely refutes the calumny uttered by Mr. M^Dibbs. It w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

,A LOVELY line of. FLANNELETTES jttsfc^peW' iri jFjL tke newest, dcsignsV brily'7§a7 per yard. ' ^ '?im-rtydd''lnataieis' :^ ana^^fcfising Go\v»8jtidJ,, jn, all'-'.C'o]orsi.at':2s. (-d. ^jerjydi^ ^'6e inpst fetsiifpua^goqds i^ t^ji^a^e^ ,jup$ ' .iwpQtfjtfifrfstBb! ftad nev^. Inspection is to 4uy. ? . ~ ,, -m -* . ;. rt , *, « ---^'--nu * , -,- ? . p- E. WiEBfi & 66' i:. '*:* J/Ji *li /??? .?-?' -Hit- ?- *,-?;*:- -? ..-? * '.,r»*«;j ? ?? ? .*'? ; - ' I' Holland^ BMpfers ! SileisifiAs-^ '* ??*: -'Ff A'NC^^SilcBiaA,'fTJitieiis-?iJook*Mtif ifhs,' Lacef Gartattts ' dU ,WuKiG\r« Sete^ Muslinej'«&e.i ^A:c. Ottif.-prtde&^aitd qarffity^fithfei* goods ftr^so'WsH kftoWir/it* iS i&fiele88ft6 : qwVpsipa.Ui theii${: euflice jti ttt fl»y,'4.he sioefc vviU(bet£-iuad . up, to i^ usvua!,s^nd^dl,fyd.fl|p^e^jbul^Wi^la^^ ' ' * E. WEBB & CO. A Job lot of TEA COSE VS, from Is «d, . ^opth 3^ Gd^ These arc eel ling rapidly. ., Ja«t ^amvedv«pai-^ Special iincjs in- wii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 July 1888

GROCERY LIST, for Net Cash ACID, Tartaric, 2s 7M per lb ALMONDS, S. S., lOd per 1b ANCHOVY ifASTE, C. and B., Is per jar APPLES, Dried, 7^d per lb ARROWROOT, 5d per lb . ? ' BAKING POWDER, 4|d per tin BARLEY, Pearl, 3d per lb BISCUITS. Mixed, 8d per lb „ Arrowroot, 8d per lb „, „ ' Coffee, &c, 8d per lb „ Water, 4^d per lb „ Soda, 7d per lb BLACKING, Paste, 7Jd per dozen ? .„ D. and If ., 9d per bottle BORAX, Is per lb BUTTER, Salt, good, I's per lb ? BACON, Mortoirs English, belly pieces, Is per lb COFFEE and MILK, Is 7d per tin CANDIED PEEL, Lemon, 10£d pcrlb CANDLES, Sperm, 6d per lb CHEESE, T-d per lb CHOCOLATE. Fry's, ls#d per lb CIGARS, 100 Boxes, ,12s per box COCOA, Frv's. Is 9d per lb ' COFFEE, from Is 3d per lb ??????'? CORN FLOUR, 5$d per lb : ? ? * ' = CURRANTS, 5.1d per 4b ? . ESSENCES,,Gd per bottle . FOOD. Faranaceous. is per tin '? GELATINE, 5d per' packet' ' GINGER, lid perlb ? ' ? . . ? ? ? HERRINGS, Eresli^foir'sXGid per tin - ,- . .-.- K}PPP?ed» lldpertia;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1888

The Bathurst Post IS poblished on the 15th of every month, and having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper ia the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : s. d For the first iuch of space, or part thereof , ? 2 0 '„ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements orderr d for special positions will be charged as under . — For the 1st inch, or part, thereof ? 3 0 , each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 \* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid f«r within ouc month of In si insertion. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3 0, 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1888

lipBERPASHERY l»'v ^ ,..-??? and Pl|' FANCY DEPARTMENTS. 1.8§'El ABE KEEPING ABREAST OF THE TIMES. ??.-:?«§ Our constant study is to keep dowa the prices, ?t iSR- and give best value to our Customers. ? .' Juke you seen the charming assortment of Jet ?||&P- and Mantle Ornaments, from 9d to 7s (5d each. ?jBgPEBB & CO. B|i|[ Are showing a Splendid Lot of Ladies' Shot Silk ?fill Parachutes the very latest Novelties, from 8s 6d*to Mm 30s each. K^TEBB & CO. ??-?'-* Are opening up in this Department SPECIAL ? t5r NOVELTIES for the coming Season, which will B-v- :h wcojfiist of Eufflings, Laces, Ribbons, Linen Collars ? t% arid. Gufie, Silk Handkerchiefs, Veil Nets, Em ??' ^ broideringe, &c, ?^ jt^B.— The remainder of our Stook of FUR CAPES, ? BOAS, TRIMMINGS have been further reduced, in order ? to give our Customers every facility for purchasing. ? E. WEBB & CO. I haberdashery Department I HPHIS Department is now replete with a well-assorted ? ]_ S...

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An Uncomfortable Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1888

An Uncomfortable Position. A Melbourne telegram, dated Saturday sa^}&— g 'An amusing incident occurred on the 0ajde|g|i railway on Friday. . Four railway ioS^sjrtoQ^IfSI travelling together in a compartment 1-y th§|^&iii| and conversing quietly. Suddenly one 4fr^|l^l jumped up with a wild shriek, and danced aWlitI|| iioor in a frantic manner. The mystery wa&^P[ explained. Someone in the next compartuienil^ i bored an auger through the partition into ta|||| spector's back. Another inspector siezed boMjij the end of the auger, and had his fingers 'hmju ] bruised, as it was withdrawn with such vlolelf -I Thr- nflwirfpr was sieved at iho. np-x-f. «f.n/ir»n /ovtml 1 turned out to be a railway employe named OoD&dr I who was stretched at length on a seat, peace! I sleeping. He was locked up. Jk I Swallows on board Ship. 1 I A rather curious episode in natural history ocejL 1 recently on board the French steamboat Abes I Kader, during the passage from Marseil...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1888

A visit to Orange the other day made a rather favourable impression. We found several improve ments going on since our last — a few months previously, The city is rather compact, tne business being principally concentrated in the main street. We heard that land is assuming a somewhat prodigi ous price, £45 per foot being realised at a recent gale. The Lewis Ponds mines seem to be doing the place good. Of course every oi* you meet asks if you are interested in the mines, and, if not, it is certainly thought you are either very lazy, or a-sleerj. The waterworks are going a-head, and, from all ac counts, our friends will have something grand in that way at a very low cost. Bathurst, so often termed the ' sleepy hollow ' by some, persons who like to live in a whirl of excitement, appears to be on the war-path. Corpora tion saleyards are about to be constructed on a very superior and improved scale. It is to be hoped they will prove a source of revenue, as well as a conveni ence to the p...

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LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1888

LIVE STOCK. Fou the information of the farmers of this district, E. Wobb & Co. have determined to show in their Ironmongery f window a grand display of horses, cattle, and sheep. PJease observe the \ntes for the various animals. August ICth, 17th, and 18th— -Mr. Jsmioa F. Crowthci-'a famous shire stallion Uoseberrv, 5300, foalod 1885, will be on view. August 21st, 22nd, mid 28rd— Mr. Walter Gilb.7's ?' .Spark,' 2407. The champion stallion at the London shows, 1881-1883. Also, Mr. R. N. Sutton Nelthoire/s ' Blue Ruin.' The Blagdon sliiro stallion 'Tho Boy,' 3358, About the most powerful-looking animal we have seen. Dunsmore shire bor.su ?' Canute,' 2730. August 24th and 25th — Mr. John Annie's fa mous short-horned cow, ' Petted 1'jHisey.' Mr. Henry -1 antes Cornish's JtM^ey cow, ' Brapffan VI,' .l.ll.Ii. 5, 4 17 F.S.C. The Court House Horoford Bull, ' Mon arch,' 7858 — a beauty. The Glamis Aberjiccji-Angus hord bull, -( Alister,' 1 039. August 27th, 2Sth, and 29th — Slioop. D...

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