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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

E. WEBB & CO|1 Are now SHOWING a nice assortment in almost EVERY GLASS OF GOODS. The public (J always depend on the QUALITY of GOODS sold by this old-established firm. Now that things JJ are aM so very fine, and profits are very small, many houses keep and advertise a lot of trashy rubbish tha 'Jt trotyl be dear at any price, and quote them at rediculously low prices merely as a draw ; but unfortunate (4y tfeg I things wear out on being used once, and then the purchaser feels sorry for having bou f %ht % 1 'APPARENT BARGAIN.' Many of these 'APPARENT BARGAINS' are no# i*5% 'PUFFED UP' in this beautiful City of the Plains. There can be no doubt about it whatever |)jf j that GOOD and GOOD MEDIUM quality articles are ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST in i the h^ I run, and the question is | ' Where can the Best Article be purchased \ FOR THE LEAST MONEY?' . \ And not 'WHERE IS.THE MOST RUBBISH?' | E. WEBB & CO. are now showing FIRST-CLASS SINGLE IRON BEDSTEADS, stomp I 3 ft. x 6 it., ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Western Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

[?] DOWN TRAINS. f :? ? : : station* Dtotance. Passenger. £*5*# X A.M. P.M. prflsEy ? Dep. ~ 9 0 8 0 l*|^nvlJle .. '.* '. ? 13 9 88 ^ ^mjininiiififiji 14 A 41 A f': *erafffilbt ' *! !?* '. 20 9 66 !'. j tibotyiflu!! !! '.'. .'. .'. 25 1016 !! «d3atbC«»k ? 29 10 26 jlJarkos Platform .. .... 81 k ?'onrith .. ? 84 10 48 15 imu Plains ? 36 10 63A 'LuCasville ? 89 A uSleijbSook ? 41 1119 jBluxland ? 42 1124a «The Valley ? 48 11 36a aSpriugwboa .. .. j £j£ ~ ^ ' - 'auJconbridge ? 49 11 49A P.M. /'ruinantia ? 52 12 2a , ^oodfotd ? 66 12 164 : nvson ? 58 12 38 tfenfcworth FftUa ? 62 12 58 , Saiooinba ? ; .. 66 1 17a r Bladiheath ? 73 1 37A *i-H,..f VJ«^ri» ( Aw. 77 1 47 11 50 „ ^ouiit Victoria .. .. |Dep- __ 2 7 12 5 'Hartley Vale ? 80 2 ISA 12 13A iMaant Wilson ? 83 2 2Sa 11 21A ..^iareuoe Siding ? . 88 2 87 A f.HskBank ? 85 8 OA 12 59A rti4J,hgow .. .. ? 96 3 5A 1 3A iSowejifels ? 97 8 10 18 i ATarrangaroo .- .. .. .. 101 8 20a 118a WaUerawang ? 105 2 85 132 llydai ? * .. .. Ill 8 50 1 50...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. BATHURST. [Price current between purchaser and producer.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

^|amm^ial|utiiti^tt^ ?Wmi BATHURST. ^Bkjurrent between purchaser and producer.] I £W^^ ? '^^TO't o ... o o o [M^=jB.t ;????? Li YnSf- \ ? :::::£iS^3 Izl I I mHaler ton ?::::::: ? ,,..:^.o 0...000 |-Poweoes,|cwt ? 0 2 9 ... 0 d 0 I Turnips, #de, per cwl ? 0 3 0 ... 0 0 0 Batter, bbL . N ? - Efffes, per vak. ? 0 0 9 ... u l -J cKpcftt ? 0 0 3*..,0 0 1

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Testamentary Disposition. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

A Testamentary Disposition. Scene. — ^Uld gent sitting thoughtfully in sifty^ ^ son standing, hat and umbrella in fyand, mi ey&v glass beautifully arranged, ' **4$tt Pater : ' Now, my boy', I've been' mak&&M§ will, and I've left a very large property in 4%£|ip you. I merely wish to ask you if ^OttV« &n£JB||jj gestion to offer? '?/?'' ?Wm 3m: 'Well, I don't knmr/that rjta$1H

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. [Price current between purchaser and producer.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

? GOULBURN. . [Pric current between purchaser and producer.] 1 ^S^-::::::::::::::::^rS J 2H-*d ? o * o ::: o * li SS ::::::::::: ? S S S — S S S f\w4-o ? U & O ... v it a MfliyR 1 ? 0 & O ... V & y -Sr.ton ::::; ? 3 0 0...310 0 Potatoes! ? 2 15 ° - 3 ° ° SSiA ? : ? 2 ? 2-2 ? £ Bdtter, aper It) ? 0 1 3 ... 0 1 6 Butter ,4 „ ? 0 0 9 ... 0 1 0 SS*=:::::::::::::::::::: ! 5 5,:: ! i ! apr^= :S;;S I L Fqyrls, \ ? 0-3 0..0 4 0 I IVwHs,™ per pair ? 0 1 3 .. 0 0 0 Onions; 'cirt....:. ? 0 « 0 .. 0 12 0 I Sides, &Wi ? 0 10 0..0 12 0 WattieJk,pi-ton ? 3 0 0 .. 0 0 0 (]^os$tiBl#e, per dozen ? 0 2 3 .. 0 0 0 -- Westc Independent

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Limited Subscription? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

Limited Subscription ? An advertisement lately put forth in the 2Vm^ notifying that the resident secretaryship of the Chani^l Cross Hospital would shortly become vacant,* iijll fprmed those whom it might concern that *j. ,Oqjpiy dates must be members of the Church of Engla^^| This has been justly represented as equivalent)||g the intimation that ' No Dissenter need apply||fNi but, of course, the Governors and Committee^^ Charing-Cross Hospital are in consistency jpre^w^il also to announce that 'No Dissenter need; J|^ scribe.' Only perhaps they consider that «maou1^g ment sufficiently implied by the other, . ** £$S&

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

^ MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1881. rfJ-'jtItiTl ^ : ? , ? __ ? . ?

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From London Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

(From London Paper*.) Army Reform. — Corporal pumsnnient fa.-:$a-|iev^ abolished, but every inducement is to be held ojit to privates for obtaining the stripes. - Just T'other Way. — {Scene — Dramatist, jayjfijp5 a visit to a newspaper reporter). Dramatist r^X thought you might have forgotten that review of jay com ? ' Critic : ' My dear fellow, I'm just writing it down ? ' Dramatist (shudderingl^ ; 'Phew! — No! no! For goodness* sake, don!t-^ that! Write is up, dear boy ! write it up I !n ^ A Fox's Sentoiknt. — ' No followers.'' ].^?k^ Telephonic. — The burglar's objection to tel$»- phonic communication between private houses and ' the nearest police station is that ' The telephone will tell of one.' But they needn't be in the lealfe ?' alarmed, as a paternal Government, by heavily j taxing inventive genius in this direction, thbu^rt^^ fully protects its worst children, the burglars. ; ?v* v- ,;. '%& The Funny Man at a wedding breakfast, ?loi^^'S ';'? at the jellies, said —...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Bathurst Post." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

' ©tie Iaita$t §pt' ? JgF. placing this little paper in the hands of the ^pibltfi, -|jt. is the , ja|«n|ioh of the Proprietors to $$ule&vor to euppiy a great deal of good and useful ~* '.iifcramtion in as compact a i orm as possible. Many Jiattere mil l^v &|alt wj&h in its columns. Every ,? day topics must of course have some room allotted r- to them. 1^e movements of important personages h' '.Biisft occasionally be noted. Important measures ; ? rfiat are Ueing introduced into the House of Parlia *. meiit, and the actions of some of the Members, ; . . X3Ust be fairly criticised. The fashions of Paris, i ? London, New York, Sydney, and Bathurst will also f J3 referred to, and market reports of almost every ?*. - dass of goods will be given. K * The Bathurst Post will no doubt 'crib' no email amount of information from its larger, stronger, and more intelligent contemporaries; and : by these and other means it is hoped that it may jfe always be an interesting p...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fancy Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

#ntj Hits, (From, an American contenworarv.') A three-year-old discovered the neighbor's hens in her yard, scratching. In a most indignant tone, she reported to her mother that Mr. Smith's chickens were ' wiping their feet on our grass.' Ihc critic who did not ' mind his stops,' intrd duced some verses thus : — ' The poem published this week was composed by an esteemed friend who has lain in his grave many years for his own amuse ment.' Under-ground Work. — An earthquake. A citizen went into a Norwich hardware store the other day and inquired, ' How much do you ask for a bath-tub for a child ? ' Three dollars and seventy five cents,' was the reply. ' W-h-e-w !' whistled the customer. ' Guess we'll have to keep on wask-* ing the baby in the coal-skuttle till prices c6me down.' V How Johnny described it. — How did you find your uncle, Johnny ? ' In apple-pie order.' 'How is that?' 'Crusty.' 'I say, mamma, if that whale that swallowed Jonah had as big a mouth as this one, why didm*t Jo...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thoughts on Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

?9fo&ULJBm$a. ^j|H«ji' frosts anQMmipfrmds are fast disap ;% »amM^m|' away, 'Ugrawu tlie spring is m sneiit i^HH^ tllU8 *kHPlfl? pause, no rest, no jar, ^IBffment of K&-7 cycle of change. j^b ?p^rf§ftrasn&«rB bjKJMftlor, with the exception ?fi^o iirsi waH-floPJ^pR primroses, which have ^^Kiaie u ere the sfJrittgpfiieltof, sunny Hours to tell,' 'Itx^i a lew others | ? with violets in plenty, hiding i beneath their green leaves, but betraying themselves b,y ilk1 sweet odour which they shed. 'Wi* t-^l 'that we are now treading close upon the -I? itowery borders of spring, and it may be interesting ► yfto avfi'c^U our memories with a few thoughts and jjot&ugs oa the unnumbered flowers which, a month * | or So hem e, will again mantle the earth with loveli ***4^WWJ« There are, we doubt not, many who may read ' ft'^Mfe pagr»s, whose privilege it is to drink the in %\ $llp3B& draughts which gush unceasingly from the ||4 fB^fe lK-$om of nature, and th...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
?ottings from Carious Contemporaries [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

|0ttiitj» ffim 9jm^:^^p^^Sm Attendance at the * Australian Musetntf ^^^H month of July, 1881 :— ^eek ! days, 5* M days, 4543— total, 9809. A smelting furnace is to be started at Litheow, Un baturday before last, Lord Augustus Loft&s ? 11U laid the foundation stone of the new Zealand Hos- 41 pitai. , iia The Murray aud Murrumbidgee are lower at 1™ Echuca than they have been for years at this season. |H Some of the sovereigns recently, found planted oa. ^B the St. Kilda beach, Melbourne, dated back to 1822, ^H and the silver coin to 1830. As an instance of the ? M difference in the value of the sovereign then and ?M now, it is stated that those of the earlier date men- - 9 tioned are now worth 23s. in the market. m The amount of the last find is about £500, and the ,'lj finders are confident that much more lies hidden. '?-£

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

IMPORTANT TO TEA DRINKERS! We understand that some of the choicest samples of the New Season's Teas have been secured by the firm of E. Webb & Co.— Advt. WKBBHk PENINSULAR and OftlMAi iKm fl^v STEAM NAVIGATION COMKAM1T. 4 Tiie uowpan}r's steamships (under contract with the Victorian Government for the conveyance of H.M.. Mails) will be despatched from Sydney, as under, for SOUTH AMPTON, VENICE, BBINDIS1, Egypt, India, China and Japan ; also for Galle, King George's Sound, Adelaide, and Melbourne : — Steamer. Tons. Commander. Date of Sailing. ? 1881. ^KAISAR-I-HIND 4023 J. C. Babot ... Aug 24, 11 a.m. BOKAHARA ? 2932 f. Oman ? Sept 7, „ ZJATHAY ? 2983 vV. M. Bobbie . .,23, „ HYDASPES ? 2984 ft. Harvey ? Get 7,' ., VENETIA ? 272G A. B. Daniell.. ,1_21l _» ? ♦Through to Southampton aud London DIRECT, via oalle, from the Company's wharf, at Circular Quay. The general rates of passage money have been greatly reduced. Liberal reductions are made in favour of families and Large par...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

TIE LADY -HELP! ': ^ ^ ? r^wwisl ^ '?- Sqlb|*hts fobJUthuest— E, WEBB & CO.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

Is published on the 1 b^JUmry P^^^Bifi^ the cheapest newspapflHKlony, has ^^^H^K circulation, and is 'WV one -*|^^^H§| TT^^^^ -- ? MM ? ''? '^IfflMBT' ' TERMS FOR HjBriSING: l|BBBffi:%| For the first incli of spac-H^Ber ? ^I^rHk 9 Every succeeding- inch, oiflH^Breof ? 3.6. 6w|l|^ Discount of 10 per cent off 6 insertions. ? \ » 25 „ „? 12 ,, All notices of alteration or withdrawal of adTOf- , ?: *'i tisements must be sent in writing to . ' . !#;^ THE PROPRIETORS, v \^ Care of Mr. G. Whalan, Printer, &c, ? , i , || School of 'Arts, Bathurs*. L :M THE BATHURST HOSPITAL, ' C INSCRIPTIONS in aid of this Institution aw ;|| -^ solicited, and all donations will be ? thankfully w;|g acknowledged by the Honorary Treasurer, ,^^4| €^| E. WEBB, Esq., M.L.A^W:l-V .? :Q Hathrppp' ' ' ?i|i ? B«tKu|si .,fl| Capital - - ^2,500,000.^ Reserve and other Funds ? £2fi560QJ^m Mim li ASSDfflii COMPANY.*;:*- :^^m Annual Income ? '.' ? ..»-.. £li0ffl$g/$ffl ^Sydqey Board of Directors:*- W f |''|H CHAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

STEAM TO LONDON.— ORIENT LINE, 1881. The following Royal Mail Steamships, belonging to the ORIENT STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY' (limited) and the PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, will leave SYDNEY on the uadermentioned dates, for Melbourne, Adelaide, and LONDON, via the SUEZ CANAL, calling at NAPLES :— Ship. Tons. Date. Ship. Tons. Date. Orient ? o'iS6 Aug. 15 Chimborasto . 8847j Oct.' 2G Garonne ? 3871 Aug. 31 John Elder. . 4152 Nov. 9 Lusitania . . . 3825 Sept, 14 Sorata ? 4014 Nov. 23 Liguria . 4G6G Sept. 28 Cuzco ? 3840 Jec. 7 Pgtosi. '..... 4219 Oct. 12 ' ? And the service will be maintained by succeeding steamers at intervals of a fortnight. Saloon passengers homewards may break the journey at Suez, Port Said, and Naples, going on by succeeding steamer within a month, but failing room then by first subsequent steamer having room. Fares, to London, 15 to 70 guineas. Suez Cifaal dues 8b j in addition. Passages from London can be granted in Sydney.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Irish Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

The Irish Land Bill. London, Aug. 10. — The Irish Land Jim has been received in the Hou# of Commons from the House of Lords/ and th-l Lower House has gone into committee to considerlthe amendments made by the Peers. The Government and the Liberal mem bers generally evince a decided disposition to dis agree .with all the more important altfsratiQiis made in tne measure by the Upper House. , ~,Hew Zealand gold yield for the first half of tljefj repeat year shows a deemum a* 09111 j»r«d with the corresponding kali of last year. ,$he total* -i*e ; lS8i^4!||KXW 6sss, value

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Transvaal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

The Transvaal. i London, Aug. 9. — Th£ formal transier ot the Transvaal from the Briijsh Government to the Boers having been effectedj in accordance with the Convention recently signed, the territory has been proclaimed a Eepublic bj the leading Boer repre sentatives.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sir Bartle Frere and South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

Sir Bartle Frere and South Africa. London, Aug. 10. — Sir Bartle Frere has declared that recent speeches by Mr. Gladstone must have a disastrous effect upon British interests in South Africa.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable Massages. Another Infernal Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

Ojfdbfy Htyssajj^ (From the London Correspondent of the Mpening Kerns.) Another Infernal Machine. London, Aug. 10. — The police authorities report the discovery of another infernal machine at Dundee.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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