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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

BATHDRST A, H, & P. ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. The Annual Exhibition WILL BK HELD ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, & FRIDAY. 8th, 9th, and 10th April. ATTRACTIVE PRIZES. LIGHT WEIGHT HUNTERS. LARGE MONEY PRIZES OFFERED FOR hunter^ jumping contests, trotting :matches, And SHEEP DOG TRIALS. LIBERAL PRIZES OFFERED IN ALL SECTIONS. EXCURSION FARES. THE APPROACHING EXHIBITION promises to be the most interesting ever held at Bathurst. ENTRIES CLOSE 25th MARCH. Schedule of Prizes may be obtained on application to W. G. THOMPSON, Hon. Secretary. Bathurst.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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THE RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

lfe:^aE':RABSiTs. !? ppfM following letter appeared m the Bwdld on Saturday last : — P^ir^— The reports frpm travellers l|f|; the western parts of this colony |jj|§e£L-bur eyes to the (act of the S^rible increase of rabbits. About Wilcannia the country is said to be ||gi|diye?' with them. One friend Klpbm I asked said, ' I would be ^plraid to tell you how thick they are, &^b|scause you would think I was ft^inning a yarn.'* I succeeded in llMetting from him a fair idea of what Rein be seen. ' The country is gQswarming with them,' said he. ft*1 Boys go out and kill hundreds on ^j^dt-'daysSvith sticks. Where there ^$!ioi|ld be grass you find none.' |0!a?V3rwant of rain?' I suggested. |l§*^No, not at all ; the rabbits have listen it all off, and they keep it jjp|ibwn» In many parts the stock tfAjiave -been removed, and stations are lyalready ^ being deserted. It is a ^?iriost pitiable tale.' |J^ I have heard from others that |;tt)iey are now very thick about i^Cqbar, and that th...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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A GRAND TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

| A 0RAND TROPHY. plUR readers will please observe the ||litmisand conditions of a most hand l|§©ikie trophy that is now on view at ift.;Webb & Co.'s. This trophy has ??* befcii specially imported by Webb ' -. axui Co., and is to be presented to r r ttifc Bathurst A., H., ard P. Associ * ation for open competition. As . \ only' six kinds need be shown from this list, every farmer should try to - win it. The- conditions are : — let. The trophy is given for the best collection of farm produce, grown by ex hibitor during the 12 months prior lo the show at which it is to be exhibited, com prising at least six kinds of farm produce, ; chosen frSfea the accompanying list. , 2nd.. Trophy to be won iwice, that is at s two JBbowSi before b- coming property of ? exhibitor -.3rd Exhibit may bo shown in trophy *t form. 4th Special entries to be made for all exhibits competing for this prize. Exhibits entered for eociety prizes will not be eligible. 6th, List of articles that exhibit mus...

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OUR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

pL^btffe FARMERS. ^P^ican wtiteafew lines that will benefit fi|ii|i very lew of our farmers (say only Hiiyttt three) we shall rejoice at that, as iP?-' . ? v pr^|0jnve of our farmers are old hands ^toni^Eaetand, and they remember how Kffti; ;i«nd had to be manured, and the Rifi^ipa varied, to -enable them, or their ^^jptSByi'to' get good results. A wheat ^^^ihieit did not yield 25 to 30 bushels |§l||8|^ihe -'-acre was considered a very -|t%|tti[iderate 1 one indeed. Yet such a i^esult as that would be hailed with ^^fejgtt here. ; We have seen farmers at R^ttie put from £1 to 25/- worth of «£jti)ptiute on every acre of ground they j|lf|SB.- Ai; first we considered this a little E^^teavagant, but we soon learned that K^^B ^noney was more than trebbled in Kf^nsegiience of the extra yield it caused. llppiw!; land was well worked and fc|iftraed up to the sharp frosts. The pgl^li^iplring, - working, and action of ^felro^fcpst on the land does more goodj fe^ll^a Bhe would think. pp^::;/ ?'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

AT THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT, NEW LINES IN ' New Goods of Every Description. VASES, ORNAMENTS, &c, in great variety. NOVELTIES & GAMES of all sorts BRACKETS, FRAMES, AND PICTURES, of all kinds. BOOKS AND STATIONERY, &c, &c. TOYS of every description. TOBACCOS, CIGARS, and all Smokeis' Requisites. . GLASS SHADES, FISH GLOBES, LOLLY JARS, &c. in Stock. W. R. SMITH, GEORGE STREET. FRY & SON'S COCOA is the be^t KY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT gua ranteed pure. FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA, a de licious beverapre FRY & SON'S ROCK COCOA FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a com bination of pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt FRY £ SON'S CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS FRY & SON'S FANCY BOXES of CHO COLATR FRY & SON'S Chocolate Balies FRY & SON'S Chotolate Cream Balls'. E. WEBB & CO., BATHURST AGENTS. Agricultural Implements. NOW that Farmers ha...

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON THE WEATHER. Things do go so contrary like with me. I wanted to hit upon an especially novel, out-of-the-way subject for one of these articles. ' I will write one paper about something altogether new,' I said to myself ; ' something that nobody else has ever written or talked about: before ; and then I can have it all my own way.n And I went about for days, trying to think of something of this kind ; and I couldn't. And Mrs Cutting, our charwoman, came yesterday — I dont mind mentioning her name, because I know she will not see this book. She would not look at such a frivolous publication. She never reads anything but the Bible and Lloyd's Weekly News. All othe* literature she considers unnecessary and sinful. She said : ' Lor', sir, you do look worried.' I said : ' Mrs Cutting, I am trying to think of a subject, the. discussion of which will come upon the world in the nature of a startler — some subject upon which no previous human being has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

E. Webb & Co. MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. IN THIS DEPARTMENT, as in all others.' we buy our STOCK Direct from the Manufacturers and FOR CASH, which enables us to Mark SUPERIOR ARTICLES AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. These Prices [can be seen better in plain ' everyday , Goods, and we would direct the reader's Attention to the following enumera tions ; and ask all who live in town to come in and inspect them, or, if living in the country, to send for patterns, which will be sent per return post free. White Calico, 3£d Grey Calico, 2d White Calico, 4d Grey Calico, 2Jd White Calico, 4£d Grey Calico, 3d White Sheeting, 9£d White Sheeting, lid J White Sheeting, 12£d Table Damasks, 1/- Cretonnes, 4£d Table Damasks, 1/1 £ Cretonnes. 5fd Table Damasks, 1/3 Cretonnes, 7£d Ticking, (-$d Ticking, 8id Ticking, 9£ , Towels, 3d Quilts, large, 5/11 Towels, 4|d Quilts, large, 6/11 Towels, 6d Quilts, large, 8/6 Turkey Towels, 6d Turkey Towels, 7£d Turkey Towels, 9d E. WEBB & CO., GEORGE STREE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

Printed for the Proprietors by 0IiYal!2l WHAL&.N, at his General Printing WjgJ next the XutoatLife AsmmnoeSociitj'* ***! iafr, K»pprf-«ti»H, Bstfcimt. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

BATHURST I, H, & P. ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. The Annual Exhibition WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, & FRIDAY. 8th, gth, and ioth April. ATTRACTIVE PRIZES. LIGHT WEIGHT HUNTERS. LARGE MONEY PRIZES OFFERED FOR HUNTERS, JUMPING CONTESTS, TROTTING MATCHES, And SHEEP DOG TRIALS. ? \_ ? LIBERAL PRIZES OFFERED IN ALL SECTIONS. EXCURSION FARES. THE APPROACHING EXHIBITION promises to be the most interesting ever held at Batkurst. ENTRIES CLOSE 25th MARCH. Schedule of Prizes may be obtained on application to W. GL THOMPSON, Hon. Secretary. Bathurst.

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The Police of New York. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

£*?%& Police of New York, ^^jjfab police of New York is admirably organized. It is governed by a board of lour commissioners, who hold office for * term of six years. The chief* executive . officer is the superintendent, who has ttnder him four inspectors. Under the ; Inspectors there are thirty-five captains, each of whom receives an annual salary t;; of £360 ; and tinder each of the captains . there are sergeants, roundsmen, and ' patrolmen. A patrolman's wages vary from £160 ? to £200 # year; and a sergeant gets £250. The men are, therefore, very well paid. Each captain has charge of A precinct and 11 station-house, and all the station-houses are connected by Special wires with the central station in v' Mulberry Street. The total number . of officers and men is about 3,000. The roundsmen and patrolmen are ' dressed much like London policemen. They are armed with clubs and revolvers. The clubs are not like the truncheons of the London force, nor are they carried sheathed. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

PHOTOCRAPHHXIRAORDINARY! BEAVIS BROS., THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, HOWICK STREET STUDIOS ONLY. FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY. Patrons ordering— 1 dozen Cabinets will receive 1 dozen Cards gratis i dozen „ „ „ i dozen „ gratis i dozen „ „ „ £ dozen „ gratis 3 CABINETS, 5s; 1 Dozen, 15s. 3 CABINETS, 5/- WILLIAM STREET STUDIOS ONLY. Agricultural Implements. TjUKMERS ARE NOW LOOKING TO THE TILLING OF THE GROUND. E. WEBB & CO., ever to the fore in looking after their interests, are prepared to supply all descriptions of Ploughs Harrows, &c.,at* VERY LOWEST PRICES. Hornsby's Single Furrow Ploughs Howard's Single arid Double Furrow Ploughs Howard's Digging, Riding, and Gang Ploughs Ransome's Double Furrow Ploughs, with lifting and steering gear. Ransome's Long Handle Double FurrowPloughs, satae as Colonial make Howard's Zigzag & Simplex Harrows Ladow's Disc Harrows Acme Harrows, Pulveriser, Clod Crusher and Leveller Whippletrees— 2, 3, and 4 Horse— both trussed wood and al...

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A GRAND TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

A GRAND TROPHY. Our readers wul please observe the ? terms and conditions of a most hand some trophy that is now on view at E. Webb & Co.'s. This trophy has been specially imported by Webb and Co., and is to be presented to the Bathurst A., H., and P. Associ ation for open competition. As only six kinds need be shown from this list, every farmer should try to win it. The conditions ate : — 1st. The trophy is given for the best collection of farm produce, grown by ex hibitor during the 12 months prior to the show at which it is to be exhibited, com* prising at least six kinds of farm produce, chosen from the accompanying list. 2nd. Trophy to be won twice, that is at two shows, before becoming property of exhibitor 3rd. Exhibit may be shown in trophy form. 4th. Special entries to be made for all exhibits competing for this prize. Exhibits entered for society prizes will not be eligible. 6th. List of articles that exhibit must be made up of: — , Potatoes Grain, Wheat Mangle Wur...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

Mudgee leads Bathurst in the mat ter.^ol having a public time ?egister. At l^)*clock on Saturdays a gun is fired. We wish our Bathurst friends would see about getting a time-ball to fall daily at ^o'clock. The Government might rea sonably be asked to fit one at the top of the Court-house, or in some other pro mitiBnt position. We prefer a ball to a gun kor many reasons ; amongst which might be mentioned the fact that it could be seen for many miles round, and no one would ever be subjected to any inconvenience, as might be the case - with & ga&» which, if fired in the city, when any persons were lying seriously ill, bad results might follow. : ; The new mayor of Mudgee boasts of a fine name, We have often heard of 'Champagne Charley is ray name.' 'Sherry' is ray name at Mudgee, and we must congratulate Mayor ' Sherry ' for moving in the matter of getting a fountain erected in a central position of that fair little town. ' ' '? . * * Hill End is to have a separate mem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

BUGGIES ! iffi^ BUGGIES ! Roll up and Buy a Buggy 1 3VE. TREANOR, OF RUSSELL STREET, The celebrated Prize Buggy maker, Has just returned from Sydney, after having Secured some GREAT BARGAINS in VEHICLES in an ASSIGNED ESTATE, and is now offering some of those ? ijj ? COLONIAL AND AMERICAN BUGGIES, PHAETONS, &c See the Neat Piano Box BUGQIES ! HUNG ON CONCORD SIDE SPRINGS. These are mounted on EXTRA STRONG WHEELS. Just the thin? for the kad roads ! Just the very thiag for the present Times ! Great Durability, and Prices Economical. A Great Novelty is the AMERICAN BUCKBOARD BUGGY ON TIMKIN SPRINGS, Call and inspect. Who says that only the wealthy can keep a Dogcart, Buggy, and a Carriage? That was the case years ago. but now the enterprising, energetic, and pushing M. TREANOR is on the war pa-h, and these luxuries may be enjoyed by even a poor man. In the form of a curious combination it is the latest thing on wheels. It can be used as a DOGCART or BUGGY, or a CARRIAGE, and ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

JUST LANDED! 10 CRATES EARTHENWARE, 9 CASES GLASSWARE, 4 CASES WHITE ENAMELLED WARE, HOLLOWARE. 5 HHDS. KENRICK'S HOLLOWARE. E. WEBB & CO. HAVE JUST OPENED THE ABOVE and would direct attention to several of the lines now displayed in their GLASS & CROCKERY DEPARTMENT. DINNER SERVICES. — Some very handsome designs are to hand this trip, and will, no doubt, be eagerly sought after. Call and see them. BREAKFAST, TEA. and DESSERT SETS in a variety of choice designs. JUGS.— -They have no hesitation in saying such a selection has never been seen here before. CUPS and SAUCERS are in endless variety. TOILET SETS. — The very latest shapes, designs, and colours are now obtainable at very lowest rates. In fact, should you require any article in CHINA or EARTHENWARE you will most certainly be suited from amongst their large and very extensive stock. GLASSWARE.— Cut, Plain, and Engraved FANCY GOODS and VASES of all descriptions. LAMPWARE. — From the cheapest hand lamp to the 300 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

' ^«^ ? - is'or years past we have advocated manuring the soil as a means of in creasing the yield. Few of our farmers have heeded the suggestions. ,\Ve give in this issue some figures showing the experience of others in this matter, and trust our farmers Uill read the account and benefit hereby. To make it clear we pub lish in tabular form : 1880. 1P90. 1891 Tons Tons Bus. Plot 4, with heavy manure... 103 4i£ 44?, plot 7, with medium manure, 4 without potash ? S.'- 44; 38:\ plot 8, without manure ? 21 1 1- A- 28 J, The*' tons' were of dressed roots per acre, and the ** bnshels ' were of Steinwedel wheat per acre. From the report of the Govern ment agricultural chemist of Vic toria, published in another column, our farmers will find the actual results from manuring. So that our I readers may see the difference at I a glance, we put this information in tabular form. This experiment is highly interesting, because it shews .first the result of the same kind of crop after successive yie...

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THE METROPOLIS. Sydney, March 9 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

THE METROPOLIS. [FfiOM OUB OWN COERESPONDENT.] Sydney, March 9 1891. « Onk People ! One Destiny ! is jthe text from which everybody is now preaching his own little sermon, and *each theorist appears to think that desi rable as Federation may be, unless the Conventionists adopt his method, no solid basis of Union can be secured ; and with less than that we had better await those coming events that will show the necessity of his scheme. Well ! and better! will suit us, but if Sir Henry thinks he is going to lead the people of N. S. W. into a gigantic Confederation of Protection, i. -?., that every little manufacturer of the three adjacent colonies is to tax all the Free traders of N. S. W. tocarry on his half dozen employees and enhance his profits he has reckoned without his host, and as far as the debate has gone there has been very little but vampire-protectionist speeches. There has of course been a few opening remarks about a revenue tariff against all the world and freetrade int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

§|lfegt fist. fe - M0NDA1T, MARCH 16, 1691.

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The Effects of Fear. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

The Effects of Fear. It is a common practice in many parts of India to oblige persons suspected of crime to chew dry rice in presence of the j officers of ihe law. Curious as it may | appear, such is the intense influence of J fear on the salivary glands, that if they are actually guilty, there is no secretion of saivia in the mouth, and chewing is impossible. Such culprits generally confess withont any further efforts. On I . the contrary, a consciousness of imnocence I allows of a proper flow of fluid for soft I wring the rice. I Many of our readers are familiar with I the case of the thief to whom, in common I with other persons, a stick of a certain I length was given, with the assurance I that the stick of the thief would grow by I supernal ural power. The culprit imag I ining that his stick had actually increased I in length, broke a piece off, and was I thus detected. I A similar anecdote is told of a farmer I who detected depredations on his corn I bin by calling his men tog...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 March 1891

AT THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT, NEW LINES IN J New Goods of Every Description. VASES, ORNAMENTS, &c, in great variety. J NOVELTIES & GAMES of all sorts. BRACKETS, FRAMES, AND PICTURES, i of all kinds. { BOOKS AND STATIONERY, &c, &c. TOYS of evpry description. TOBACCOS, CIGARS, and all Smokers' Requisites. j GLASS SHADES, FISH GLOBES, LOLLY ? JARS, &c, in Stock. ! W. R. SMITH, j GEORGE STREET. j FRY & SON'S COCOA is thn best BY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT gua ranreed pure. FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA, a de licious beverage FRY & SON'S ROOK COCOA FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a com bination of pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S E ATI NO CHOCOLATE FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS . FRY fcSON'S FANCY P.OXES of CHO COLATE FRY & SON'S Choc .Int.; .'Wiics FRY & SON'S Chotolate Cream Balls. E. WEBB & CO., BATHURST AGENTS. LENTEN CIRCULAR. E. WEB...

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