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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Intercolonial Sheep Show [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

The Intercolonial Sheep Show ;#AS held in Sydney on the 3rd Jand 4th insts., and, unfortunately, ?was not supported by our sheep men as it should have been. According to the Heruld, many sheep-breeders, who may be little kings on their own ground, are afraid to visit Sydney, Where they might get ' put down.' We are pleased to find that three or four of our Bathurst sheep-men have lio such fear, and that they came in : lor a share of the prizes. From the Herald we find that, ' In the first Section, class for rams i\ years and Gver, the 11 exhibits were of a supe ' nor kind. George Lee, of Bathurst, *0ok first prize with a fine ram, which --.-|Sy points scored 8i£. . . ? In r blass for rams under two-and-half years . . the third, George Lee, ^7 poin*s — no* a ^a-^ score, and . Which supports a recent Bathurst Verdict, where first place was - reached. There were 7 exhibits in this 'class. In the rams under 18 -? months, shorn, George Lee took ) first, 88 points, with a very neat iheep,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

BUGGIES ! Mm, BUGGIES ! Roll up and Buy a Buggy ! JVL. TRBANOR, OF RUSSELL STREET, The celebrated Prize Buggy B[aker, Has just returned from Sydney, after having Secured some GREAT BARGAINS in VEHICLES in an ASSIGNED ESTATE, and is now offering some of those : ? IN ? COLONIAL AND AMERICAN BUGGIES, PHAETONS, 6bc See the Neat Piano Box BUGGIES ! HUNG ON CONCORD SIDE SPEINGS. These are mounted on EXTRA STRONG WHEELS. Just the thing for the bad roads ! Ju6t the very thing for the present Tim^s ! 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. TREA.NOR is on 4he war path, 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 may be ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

General Items. The passage through the Suez Canal is be coming very rapid, thanks to the electric light. Five years ago the transit occupied thirty-six hours, but now the journey has even been made in fourteen hours and fifteen minutes. — March 28. Cyprus has experienced a cold snap,' almost unpredecented in the island. Too oountry ha* been covered with snow, and the Cypriotes, unaccustomed to such weather, were in a perfect state of misery. At , Larnaca, most of the shops in the baEOaf were closed while the owners went to bed ill hopes of getting warm. — March 28, The stock-taking bargain^ at Webb's are pleasing thousands. Dress goods are simply flying from the fixtures. Baloon Ascents have so taken native fancy in Burmah since Mr. Spencer made fate parachute decents that even the children play at balooning. They attach mud dolls to paper parachutes and send them up at the tail of a kite, then they jerk a string to de tach the doll, which sails down gracefully with its parachute. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

4-^ Q ? . o | to 9l §' ite1 E. WEBS & CO., BATHURST, Have now an Enormous Stock of SPLENDID WARM WOOLLENS, COATINGS, &c, FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. ? - ^o«—- ? The present Cutter, Mr. SIMPSON, has given great satisfaction to our numerous Patrons. FOR CUT, STYLE, AND FINISH I many great improvements have been made at the WESTERN WAREHOUSE. ? r

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Thick or Thin Sowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

Thick or Thin Sowing. The advocates of thin sowing in the ? case of the wheat crop have done good work in bringing about such a modifica tion of the old system as results m_a saving of seed and an improvement in the crop ; but it would be a mistake to apply thin sowing to all kinds of culti vated plants. The natural habit of the plant and the object aimed at in its cul tivation must be taken into account. The agricultural colleges have been asked to carry out experiments with the view of ascertaining the best quantity ot . lucerne seed to sow ; and it is quite ! right that these institutions should ex perimentally test all matters upon which differences of opinion exist, but it is not necessary for those who are already well informed to wait for the results of sucn Experiments. In the matter of lucerne jawing experienced men well understand Mat the advocates of thin sowing are ||oing to extremes. The experiments fare to test the matter down to as small la quantity as one pound of se...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING & USEFUL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

INTERESTING & USEFUL ITEMS. A; farmer of 20 years' practical ex perience in New South Wales writes to j the Bureau of Agriculture of that colony that the system of wheat-growing Jiehas pursued has insured his crops against rust. ' He works the land in -iot weather, burns off the stubble imme diately after harvest, ploughs deep, steeps the seed wheat in a solution of vitriol and aTsenic, dries it with wood ashes before sowing, and uses only hall a-bushel per acre'of seed.' The prac tice of burning the stubble, which was initiated by the early colonists, is founded on sound lines. Not only are the spore£ of minute fungi, such as rust, destroyed, ^g^ter with the stubble, bu\ large quanSiifcof seeds of weeds, which «row,in-thejrop, are also destroyed, i Thus a not iraimportanWtep is taken towards preventing or lessening thV fouling of the land by -weeds. The solution of blue vitriol is the, common -English dressing for seed wheat, but I the arsenic is not wanted in the interests...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

At the sales of Tasmanian stud sheep this morning Mr. F. B. Suttor, on be half of the Bathurst Sheep-breeding Association, bought the special stud ram Albert III., from W. Gibson and 8on, Scone, Tasmania, for 710ga. This animal carries a magmficient fleece of fine long bright wool, and is one of the best animals ever imported into Sydney* Mr. L. C. Rowe purchased a 2-year-old ram, by Pilgrim, from T. Gibson, Esk vale, Tasmania, for 450gs. — E. Newt,

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The Labour Trouble.—What Is It? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

The Labour Trouble. — What Is JIany persons have wondered over and over again what our shearers want. The Herald of July 4th, publishes a long account of an interview with the chair man of the Executive of the Pastorlists' Union. We regret we have not space to re-publish the whole of the report. After much explanation was given Mr. Wilson bad to leave to atten i a meeting, and the interview then continued with Mr. Abbott, who, in response to a question concerning the claims of the free labour , ers to the consideration of the pastoral iets said : — There are now in the employment of the p&storalists' Union probably 15,000 men who are not members of the Shearers Union or of any other union. This fact seems always to be lost sight of in the discussion of the rela tive positions of the Pastoralists' Union and the Shearers' Union. And yet the interests of these men are of as much importance to the country as the interests of the union shearers. We could not make any arrange ment...

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Bathurst Annual Ram Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

Bathurst Annual Ram Sale. Bathurst, Friday — The third annual ram sale was held here to-day by Joseph Leeds and Co., of Sydney, and Clements and M'Carthy, of Bathurst. Owing to the heavy rains many intending buyers were not present, and some lots of sheep were not yarded, but the sales on the whole were a great success. Hoggets were not in good demand, but two-tooth and older met with ready sale at high prices. Leitchfield's Hazeldean 2-tooth flock rams made £7 lls 6d ; 3 and & years, £5 Is 6d ; 1 ewe, £21 ; G. and H. Suitor's selected rams to £40, aver aging- £15 lls 2d ; Harkness? flock rams to £5 ; H- R. Hume, 80 flock ramfy 2 tooths, 52s; F. B. Suttor's 143 2 tooths, £3 10a ; executors of T. G, Webb, 92 hoggets. £2 7s 6d ; E. R, Webb, 75 ewes, 23s. In all about 550 were sold. — Mail, June 27, 1891

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Death of George Parr, the Cricketer. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

Death of George Par^ itH^ Cricketer. London, June 23.-^The death is an nounced of George Parr, the famous: Nottinghamshire cricketer, aged 65 years. George Parr, who was for some years xme of the greatest batsmen in England, played his first match in 1846, being then 20 years old. For the next is years he was the mainstay of the Notts County team, and the leading profes si onal cricketer in E ngland. In 1 86 3-4 he brought out the second All England Eleven that visited Australia, his team including such players as Carpenter, Hayward, Tarrant, Caffyn, Jackson, and Dr. E. M. Grace. His last appearance'in the cricket field was in the Gentlemen and Players match at Lord's id 1865^ which, curiously enough, was the first great match in which W. G. Grace played. In this match the amateurs scored their first victory against the pro* fessionals since 1853. In all the Gentle men and Players' matches in which Parr played, from 1846 to 1865, bis average was 28. Parr succeeded Pileh as toe leadi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

BEER'S' 11 NewSouthWalesOintment ]V UMEROUS TESTIMONIALS havecdineft 1 L ^ to band, speaking in glowing terms of Jp THIS REMEDY, ' ':'g§ which has found its way into many hundred 3| homes, and thereby aavod much expense and ^ more anxiety. , '^ This Ointment is a SUKE REMEDY for - ¥ all Skin Diseases, and Burns and Scalds are '?(? cured at once. It is the safest thing to keep :? : ? in the house for all Sores. Sore Eyes, Corns,; Chilblains, Chapped hands, &c., &c. --;?' PRICE, i/- PER POT. J ROBERT BEER, 'I Bathubst. n

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

WESTERN WAREHOUSE. p***!^. LADIES ! You can see a Splendid Assortment of ^-^- EVENING SHOES at WEBB'S. ^T| LADIES1 HIGH - LEG BUTTON BOOTS at II WEBB'S [ v^\ a sPecift^ty- -A. large number of Medium Leg Yj-*^!^^ Goods for Sale Cheap, Call early and see these. ^?ft Ladies' Glace E. S. Boots. )W{ JUST OPENED, / ?% A Beautiful lofc of NEW CHOICE GOODS from 1?3. the Best Makers.. \j^-— - Prices, from ? 4/11 to 21/ ^A MEN'S BOOTS. ^^H* CHEAP & GOOD. ^^^Kk NEW LINES JUST OPDNED. ^^^^^|^k Cut to the Latest Patterns, and most ^^^^^^^^^^k comfortable. ^BJ^^^^^^^^^Fine Stout Goods for the wet weather We have much pleasure in informing MSS&L the Public that »is^ WE HAVE JUST OPENED T^V a Good Assortment of the Newest j ^C and Best Makes of /S^ j^l^ LADIES' & CHILDREN'S /T^l A GORSETS. iWjttBf\ \ Amongst them is a Special Line, THE V yjHBHB^-/ / POPULARO. in Black, Grey, & White, ^^^BBoM M at 5/9, 6/9, 7/6, and 8/6— noted for its -^ tfflBf^jilP perfect fit and du...

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For our Scotch Readers. "GLASGOW A TOWN OF ENGLAND." To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

ffor our Scotch Readers. ^^^tAiwftrtr 1l town op England.' lllllt^^ mtmoftlie Herald. ^m^r- Under the heading of ' Fugi .#?e Notes,' your facetious correspond ^eot laments the degeneracy of Scots in fallowing their country to be slandered |g§pgf ^be English, and asks a reason, which f is easily given in a few words, ' Canna j; be faBhed.' Life is too short to be liyrotjiered refuting what every cockney y chooses to say about Scots ami Scot land. . |*5; Too, eir, put the whole matter in a nutshell some months ago when you re ferred in asub-leader to Admiral Scott's 'contention over a seat at a banquet. I l^ifaVe not tbhe paper by me, but give the fi^.fPBCt of your words : — High dignity |§:3fas exemplified at a certain gathering ^^f -the Scottish clans, where several ^wearers of the M'Gregor tartan were g ;|oi|ystified as to who should sit at the ! /HJbead of the table, and applied to their vv chief for the information, who replied, f' Where the M'Gregor sits, there is the t head of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

piC!j_piCI THE CHEAPEST HOUSE for PIANOS ORGANS, and ALL KINDS of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PIANOS, from £10 upwards, on easy terms ORGANS, from £9 upwards „ „ CONCERTINAsTfrom 4/6 VIOLINS, from 10/ ACCORDEONS, from 7/6 MUSIC, from 6d. a copy, and sent post free VIOLIN STRINGS, reliable and good 2/- the set, post free. TUNING & JEPAIRIN6. A speciality made in this line, and no matt# how dilapidated the Instrument, we under' take to make a thorough and Permanent Repair at Lowest Prices. EXPERIENCED TUNERS SENT REGULARLY TO THE COUNTB* DISTRICTS, Highest Class Workmanship Guaranteed. I sladT* co., MUSIC DEE01 [GEORGE STREET, ?.- ? J

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON EATING AND DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON EATING AND DRINKING. I always was fond of eating and drinking, even as a child — especially eating, in those early days. I had an appetite then, also a digestion. I re Tnember a dull-eyed, livid-complexioned gentleman coming to dine at our house once. He watched me eating for about five minute?, quite facinated, seemingly, and then he turned to my ? father, with, l*$fc#f::5&^-J-y;r \.r:Sr^. w.-- :'-.: -'??'??-- ' fe^;ivi:'V-- *.'-.?' '?' ???'?. t ' ?»,?'???????'?'?.? '-^ -4-.tr '''i ?????.'??. ' Does your boy ever suffer from dyspepsia ? ' 'I never heard him complain of any- . thing of that kind,' replied my father. ' Do you ever suffer from dyspepfeflu' Collywobbles?' (They called me Col ly wobbles, but it was not my real name.) ' No, pa,' I answered. ? After which, I added, ' What is dyspepsia, pa? *' My livid-complexioned friend re garded me with a look of mingled amazement and envy. Then in a tone of infinite pity he slowly said, '...

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The Railway Commissioners at Gundagai. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

The Railway Commissioners at Gundagai. Oundagai, Friday. — The Railway Com missioners, Messrs. Eddy and Fehon, accompanied by the local engineer and inspector from Sydney and the divi sional engineer from Goulbourn, reached here about noon to-day, and were met ?at the railway station by the Mayor, Mr IffST-Bibo, J.P., Aldermen Dodd, M'Cook, J^aylor, and Walker. The Mayor ; ifcUanked the Commissioners for past favours, and pointed out one or two little matters. Mr. Eddy, in reply, said that ;|fie improvement suggested would be at tended to, also that the Commissioners Lad decided to pay a portion of the amount required for the construction of V a bridgo near the trucking yards for the convenience of those sending stock by Vail. They had also decided, in order to jgefcoyerthe matter of the differential railway rates, to reduce, after August 1 liest, the charges on many, classes and jv^allow truck rates on certain goods. This MS^-i?w#s -PPwri- wit^ mucji Batis mU^SM People ' of AGimii^...

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