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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

HIGHLAND SOCIETY, NEW SOUTH WALES. BATHURST BRANCH GRAND gcew cp + cqw&W i ON Boxing Night, December 27th, 1886. Has been Prepared. Several Eminent Scotch Vocalists ENGAGED. MRS. INNE8 ' Bonnie Brier Bush,'* ' Flora MacdonakTs Lament/' MISS ANNIE SINCLAIR vaiu xkj uy axuliuij ' Jock o' Hazeldean.' MR. A. EDWARD ' Robin Tainson,' ' The Scottish Emigrant.' MR. W. SMITH ' March of the Cameron Men,' ' Auid Scotch Songs.' MR. JAMES McCREDIE ' A Man's a Man for a' that.' The following as Part Songs, FOR TWO, THBEE, & EIGHT VOICES. « Scots Wha Ha'e,' ' Wandering Willie,' , » The Deil cam Fiddling,' ' Land o' the Leal.' ' Willie Brew'd a Peck o' Maut,' i 'Tibbie Fowler,' ' Thro' Weal and Woe,*' ?' ' On the Bed Field of Glory,' &c, &c. DANCING. SCOTCH REEL & HIGHLAND FUNG BY YOUNG PEOPLE. The whole being under the Management of MR. W. SMITH, j! Who will be assisted by several 1AL UK '1H (MM ^ ?i \- Full particulars in a lew days U|Jpttd daily papers. l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

A superstitious reader, who found a spider on his paper, wants to know if it is cosidered a bad omen. Nothing of the kind. The spider was merely looking over the columes of the journal to see what storekeeper was not advertising, so that it could spin its web across his door and be free from disturbance. *' A man said to me the other night,' remarked a well-known clergman* ' 'I wouldn't have missed your sermon for £10,' and yet when the plate was passed round that man put in a penny.' It is said that a near-sighted hen, which mistook sawdust for Indian meal, and ate heartily thereof, then laid a nest, full of wooden knobs, and in three weeks batched out a set of doll-house furniture.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

REVOLUTION IN SPECTACLES ! ! FROST ANCTSHIPHAM, OPTICIANS AND ELECTRICANS, 587 aEORGE ST., SYDNEY, ARE now Selling PEBBLE Spectacles (Stamped and guaranteed) for 5s., exactly the same as usually charged half-a-guinea. They are also Sole Agents for the PAUS0D0NOPTIC Spectacles, ^ recommended by all the chief oculists, both at home and in the colo nies. These Spectacles, the finest that can be possibly obtained, s1* always cool and refreshing, and can be worn for any length of time without in any way distressing the eyes. Price, 10s 6d in case eomplet* By sending age. or, if possible, old Spectacles, and P. 0. for the amott«lt» a pair will be forwarded per return, and if not approved will be e*' changed. WCST SPECTACLE REPAIRS of every description, Printed for the proprietors by GLYNDWR WHALAN. at his Gone*! Printing Offloe School of Arte Buildings, Howiok-rtreet, Baihor-t-

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HELEN'S BABIES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

HELEf'S BABIES. feOKTItfUBD.] , In steped Mike, with an air of the greatest secrecy, handed me a letter and the indentical box in which T had Bent the' flowers to Miss Mayton. What could it mean ? I hastely opened the envelope, and at the same time Toddie shrieked — 'Un, darsn my doUj's Vadle— dare tizh !' snatched and opened the box, and displayed — his doll ! My heart sickened, and did not regain its note : — 'Misi Mayton herewith returns to Mr. Barton the package which just arrived, with his card. She recognizes the contents aa a portion of the apparent property of one of Mr. Burton's nephews, but is unable to understand why it should have sent to her. i '♦Taw 20,4875.' ? , ; 'Toddie,' I roared, as my younger nephew caressed his loathsome doll, and murmured endearing words to it, ' where did you get that box ?' ' On the hat-wack,' replied the youth, with perfect fearlessness, ' I keeps it in zc bookcase HiAwror. «n* snmA hnrlv fnnlr it 'arav oti* ««»+ . ha-)4« ^^j^fV ?**? j ^p-» ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

The Disc Harrow, one of the most useful things a farmer can have for cleaning his land after the crop* have been cut.\ To run one over the soili if at all loamy, it will coW the seeds and cause all weeds to grow at a great We, ready to be ploughed in for good manure. TheXcost of these is only from a&o 128 oa to *,zi, according w- size, and with a good pair of horses from lOwo 13 acres per day can be covered. You can see thefa at Webb's, Bathurst. or any implement salesman, V The Cheap Combined 3&apsr and Mower.— For cheapness, combined with\ strength and useful ness, we have seen so machine yet to touch th- Burgess. E. Webb and Co. ^kave had many im provements made in the origin*! machine, at th« suggestion of local farmers, so thk no?' the machine may be said|ii|jbe almost pelf|SH fh^price is onty £26. It caivbe had with a whefa fitted under the pole to take thl weigh* off the houses necks at £2'i 10s. Many f aimers about the disttict have need tfr Burgess' Machines...

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BATHURST SCHOOL OF ARTS. BOOKS RECEIVED SINCE THE COMPILATION OF THE NEW CATALOGUE. Class A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

— ^ ? BATHURST SCHOOL OP ARTS. 3OOKS RECEIVED SINCE THE COMPILATION OP THE NEW CATALOGUE. Class A. No: Title. Author. 40o British Empire, Through the 2 vote ? Baron Von Hiibner 32!) Chinese, The ? Col. Tcheng-ki-Tong 384 Egypt, Edom and the Holy Land, Letters on ? Lord Lindsay 402 Franks Kanche ? 403 Russia in Central Asia ? Hugo Stumm 396 Suakin, 1885 ? An Officer who was there B. 29 Earthquakes and other Earth Movements ? John Milne 12 Locomotive Engine Driving and Management ? Angus Sinclair 2G Microbes, Ferment6, and Moulds ? E. L. Trouessart O. 33 Herod, History of ? John Vickers 41 Sussanua Wesley... ? Eliza Clarke D. 17 Boyalty Restored, or London under Charles II ? J. Fitzgerald Molloy E. 35 Shakspeare, 6 vols ? G. 321' A Girt on Girl, 3 vols ? Mrs. Annie Edwards 269 At the Red Glove, 3 vols. ... Katharine S. Macquoid 262 A Daughter of Fife ? Amelia E, Barr 188 Aunt Rachel ? D. Christie Murray 137 A Tale of a Lonely Parish... P. Marion Crawford |91 Camilla's Girlhood, 2 vols...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

CHEAP FURNITURF T. BENNETT HAS Reduced his Goods 20 per cent. AND IS NOW THE CHEAPEST Itf THE DISTRICT FOR HOUSE HOLD REQUIREMENTS. CALL AND INSPECT HIS VARIED STOCK.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Sydney Letter. 9th December 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

©ur £?)dn*8 letter. I FROM OUR OWN COBREBPONDENT.J 9th December. 1886. £hb reception of 'our Will' by the people of Sydney was, as the Yankees would say, a ' boomer.' Sydney has not seen such crowds since the Oon fangtnt sailed for the Soudan. There was a good deal of grumbling on the part of the ' unco' guid ' at such a demonstration over a nian who had by sheer brute strengtii propelled a boat faster than any other man ; and the very learned were very sad when they thought how poor a show learning-, culture, or nrt made with the people of N, S. Wales compared with Athletics j in fact, in this direction there was pro luced yesterday, before the Governor, % new serio comic drama, entitled ' Populaire,' being founded apon the fact of N. S. Wales people being so deficient in the appreciation of the fine arts and culture, and so passionately devoted to sports and games. I am sure, to a great extent, these views have my sympathies, and I am convinced that much -k our crime, corruption, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Under Distinguished Patronage. Royal Studio. BEAVIS' BROS., WILLIAM STREET, The leading Photographic Artists in the Western District. Two Operating Rooms replete with ail the latest appliances, with light suited to every face. Photo graphs copied and enlarged to any size in Crayon, OH, or Water Colour. New Series of Bathuret and other Views. Call for Reduced Price List BEAVIS BROS., ROYAL STUDIO, BATHURST. CATERERS CONFECTIONERS WILLIAM STREET, I BATHURST. LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S Kefrestiment Rooms. Christmas Cakes MADE TO ORDKU, Christmas Cards !1 lyiirisimas r resents,! Ci C. HARRIS has now in stock a I -J- very large assortment of Christ \J\ * mas and New Year's Cards. Also, a Great Variety of Articles suit auuj lur 1 reBwiLs, Each Article Marked at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. MUTUAL ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS, Keppel-street, Bathurst. All the Daily and Weekty Newspapers on sale, and delivered to subscribers. I CHEAP LAND. EASY TERMS. SATURDAY NEXT, AT 3 O'CLOCK, ON THE GR...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Beach beleives that the sculling champion ship of the world will remain in Australia for several years to come. It is stated that a bill is to be introduced during the next session of Parliament for the appointment of two additional Supreme Court judges. ' Ambulator' writes to ask if we can tell him how to take the curl out of hair. Have you ever tried getting married ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

B. HAET'S. VISIT THE CAFJR1NGT0N CIG Afi DIVAN IN George Street, WHERE YOU OAN OBTAIN A GOOD SMOKE AT A LOW PRICE! CHRISTMAS CARDS AND IN GREAT VARIETY. «3»0ALL AND SEE THEM. -g*

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Our Riflemen in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Our Riflemen in Sydney. By 'our Riflemen' we mean the Civilians and Volunteers, for we are sure all Bathurstians must hare hoped well of all men who went from both Clubs, and wished each good luck. To any one in dividual from here ' good lack' kept herself aloof. But nearly every man who went won something. Fortune was fairfv distributed amonc the comneti tors, and although the winnings were small, yet, considering the great improvement that has taken place in the shooting, we do not think, on the whole, our representatives have done so badly. Below we give the result of the Bathurst Contin gent's winnings at the great matches held the other day in Sydnny : — Names and Matchea. linages. gg «*§ .3 ifon.W. H. Sattor, Parilameutaiy ..400 and &0Q .. 70 .. 44 .. £3» Dr. Spenoer, Ladles* Civilians ? ..800 and COO .. 100 .. 83 .. £4 JJr. Dowse, The Presidents' ? ...,. 600,000, 700 ,. 105 ,. 82 .. £2 Mr. Dowec, The Press ? 40C and 700 .. 70.. 57 .. £1« Mr, P. Farness, Merchants' ? 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

TRUST MONEY. /ELEMENTS & MCCARTHY having LARGE v-' SUMS of TRUST MONEY to Invest, are prepared to Negotiate LOANS (on approved security) on favourable terms, * William-street, Batburst, 4'' ' j

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Explanation of How Land is "Given Away" for Nothing. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Explanation of How Land is 'Given Away'* for Nothing. Several interesting articles have appeared in the Post on the ' nothing-cost land question,' and now we have pleasure in giving the public the benefit of something fresh, taken from the S. M. Herald of the 13th instant : — ' A very questionable land lottery scheme, which has been a subject of comment in the city for some time, was brought under the attention of Mr. Justice Faucett and Mr. Justice Windeyer, sitting in Banco in the Supreme Court yesterday. An application was made for a rule nisi, calling upon one of the attorneys of the Court to show cause why his name should not be struck off the rolls, or why he should not be suspended or otherwise dealt with, in conse quence of his action in connection with the prepara tion of conveyances of certain subdivisions of laud on the Kurrajong mountains. The -laod, it was alleged, measuring 200 acres, had been purchased by a firm of tailors in the city for £200, and the firm subdivided...

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The New Rifle for the Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

The New Rifle for the Army. (From the Pail Hall Gntctip.) Br Captain Walter H. James, F.G.S. lath K.E. THB chief military authorities of Europe are unanimous in agreeing that the State which first adopts magazine rifles wiU have the same advantage over another armed \yith Biugle-firc breechloaders that Prussia had with the the Utter in 1866 over Austria with muzzle-loaders. The result of that war was the introduction of the breech loader into every European army. The ware of 1870 and 1878 brought out the defects in the then existing field guns, and caused the total rearming of the artilleries of the Continent. In England we for a time adhered to the antiquated system of muzzle-loaders jAitlu-whtch at the present moment our batteries are ^provided i but, pressed on by the results obtained in other countries, we too have entered on the path of artillery progress, and now propose to arm our field artillery with weapons the only fault of which is that they are still the armament of the ...

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THE WAR CLOUD. STARTING NEWS! The Rupture Imminent. LONDON, NOVEMBER 12 [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

TTfE MR iJLODD. Startling News! » —————— The Rupture Imminent. (Special Message to Evening News.) LniennN\ Nnvimvirn 10 The European crisis is fast approaching the dreaded culmination. The opinion held by some of the highest state officials in England is that an* appeal to arms is inevitable, and that the terrible conflict may break out at any momont. The serious phase ~* ~wv m.vuu! utuiuv;ii .ujiigiiuiu ana itussia dates from tbe vigorous but ill-timed speech that Lord Randolph Churchill delivered a few weeks since at Dartford. Since the delivery of that now famous speech relations between Russia and England, which had not previously been of a very friendly nature, became painfully strained. Daily the ominous breach has been widened, until the crisis was reached bythu recent expressions of Lord Salisbury, in which he referred to the Bulgarian difficulty, and stated that it was foreign gold that had been the cause of the trouble in that principality. When informed of Lord Salisbury'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Under tlie dktinguMtluA Ajmjtfr' -Patronage of Lord Avgwtu* \flrS\*k\ LOFTXJH. BEAVIS BROS. & CO., ROYAL STUDIO, WILLIAM STREET, Beg to announce the opening of New and Complete Portrait Rooms. The Studio being built expressly for Photography, gives them the advantage of lights suited to every face, combined with the utmost rapidity. All our pictures are produced Y\XT tnfl Uattr DonM iWtr Plnf a D»*n#-m«n l».» n*l*«n1« ***** 4-Al««. pictures in half-a-second. It also enables us tc take our Best Pictures in Dull or Cloudy Weather. CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS. A Special Inetaneous Lens used for above withoutextra, charge. Our prices will be found most moderate CABINETS, a Speciality, per doz. 30s. Oarte-de-Visite, and any style or position, „ ,, 12s. 8d. ENAMELLED ' 'l5s.6d- Old and lading Pictures copied. Views of Bathurst and district — a Large Collection. Is. each, 10s. 6d. per doz. Inspection respectfully invited. Every Photograph taken by us beat's our name. BEAVIS BROS. &amp...

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The Ruling Passion. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

The Ruling Passion. That is a terrible descent, whicfi the Tichborne claimant has just succeeded in accomplishing. There was something audaciously magnificent about his previous imposture. To personate the heir to an old and wealthy English baronetcy partook some what of tbe superb in crime. JLo be arrested lor personating an American pensioner is to fall very low in ' tiie profession,' and to be disgraced in deed, When Arthur Orton was being tried for attempting to pass himself off as Roger Tichborne he achieved a notoriety, if not a fame, that would have been tbe envv of an onera bouffe actress as an advertising medium. Now that he is taken up for endeavouring to palm himself off on the Americans as one of their grand army he will only be meanly thought of and will be covered with ignominy. And what will the friends and admirers who have stuck to the persecuted *' nobleman' now say. This will be a fearful blow to them. The man against whom the Pope of Home, several British Ministe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Poultry. — This, so far, has been a better season among the feathered tribe than }ast. Farmers say their chickens thrive wondei fully. No wonder if they do — plenty ot green-stutt, and any amount oi grubs and worms, Mr. Webb had an enquiry the other day from Fiji for some Cochins, Game, and Leghorns. ^ Fiji is somewhere about 2,000 miles from Sydney. Aylesbury ducks grow faster than any other feathered birds : a beautiful lot of young birds can now be seen in Bathurst at £3 8s. per pair. The same strain cost £7 7s. for pne pair, but that was Sydney price, and the £8 3s. is Bathurst price. Rearing Chicks. — It undoubtedly is a mistake to hatch chickens dining November and December. The heat is very trying to the youngsters, and causes them to get all out of sorts. Many persons must know the advantage of early chicks and good sorts, if we may judge from the number of enquiries made for setting eggs.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

We have tried Sydney, see have tried Orange, we have tried Dubbo, we have tried Goulbura, and now we have tried Bathurst, ami find this last place the cheapest of all for Boots and Shoes: Among the many shops in Bathurst the goods are cheap all ronnd, but at Webb's, in our opinion, from expe rience, you get the best article for the least money. Christmas Cards— Oh, so beautiful, so pretty ! Laces — Fancy Laces, new and charming. Boas — New Lace, in variety. Ribbons — Choice, just in. Gloves — Novelties, just opened. Corsets — A charming lot now on view. Cretonnes— rSplendid ! See them. Carpets for your rooms, extra fine. Millinery — New goods ! Just sec them ! Dress Goods— Wonderful Value I 3S nd Women's Strong E.S. Boots beat the country. Men's Bluchers — Best value in Bathurst. Infants' Boots— Go to Webb's. For all the above — See them at Webb's. New Christmas Goods in Fancy Articles. Webb's for them— What? Christmas Novel ties ! !

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