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WISE SAWS BY JOSH BILLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1882

wise sawb by j-|sh fcn&mas. Tmvs never 'known a seicoira^e^^arww boss of the situashun. -, , After a man gits to be,; tjfijtat^mght years old he kant form no new habits :1^^0m best he kan do is to steer his- old ones. -:? ?& v7£' Enny man who kan swaphoraes or ketch fish and not lie about it iz just az pius az men ever get to be in this world. , . The sassyist man I ever met iz a henpect husband when he iz away from home, especially little men. An enthusiast is an individual who believes about four times az much az he kan prove, an.l he kan prove four times az much az ennybody belieres. The dog that will foller ennybody ain't worth a cent. Those people who are trieing to get to heaven on their kreed will find out at last that they did not hav a thru ticket. Two long tjourtships are not always judicious; the party often tire out scoring before the trot begins. One quart of cheap whisky, judiciously applied, will do more buzness for Satan than the smartest deacon he ha...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Western Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1882

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Floriculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

Mmknlhn. Our winter rains, long looked for, have at last moistened the parched earth and covered the dull bare plains with a rich carpet of green. We notice that farmers are making the best of their oppor tunity, having already turned thousands of acres into cultivated areas. Almost every householder who has a spare plot of ground has commenced with renewed hope to dig and cultivate a flower garden. The last dry summer has been most severe upon the gardens : old gardeners tell us they have not experienced such a trying season for 16 years. A love for flowers is one of life's consolations ; we need a constant intercourse with nature to keep the love of beauty fresh and vigorous within us. To spend our spare moments in cultivating and nurtur ing the beauties of the garden is one of the best pleasures of life, refreshing to the mind and adding strength to the body. In another column will be found a few simple hints for amateur gardeners, suited to the present season. We intend to prese...

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Wellington. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

Wfttllimkn. The Duke of Wellington was remarkable for the coolness with which he gave his directions. Even in the heat of an engagement, he has been known to give vent to humorous observations, especi ally when it seemed to raise the spirits of his men. Ihus, when the British were storming Badajoz, his grace rode up, whilst the balls were failing around, and observing an artilleryman particularly active, enquired the man's name. He was answered ' Taylor.' ' A very good name too,' remarked Wellington ; ' cheer up, my men, our Taylor will soon make a pair of breaches — in the walls 1' At this sally the men forgot the danger of their situa tion, a burst of laughter broke from them, and the next charge carried the fortress. The Duke once made short work with a military inventor. A man came to him with a patented article. M What have you to offer?' he asked. 'A bullet-proof jacket, your grace,' replied the man. «' Put it on,' ordered the Duke. The inventor obeyed. Thereupon tho Duke rang...

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Ant File. [CONTINUED.] "Go to the ant."—SOLOMON, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

&»i life By the Eev. J. G. Wood, M.A. (England). [CONTINUED.] ' Go to the ant.'— Soloiion, How a new colony is founded is as yet unknown. That a queen from an existing community will not be received by other subjects has been conclusively proved by Sir John Lubbock. He several times took a queen of the common Yellow Ant and placed her a number among of her own species. They not only retused to recognise her as a queen, but attacked and killed her. Probably, on her return to earth, the young queen rejoins the nest, assembles a number of workers, and with their help founds the new colony. At all events, it seems to have been proved that without the assistance of workers young larvae cannot be nourished. However this may be, new colonies are formed, and increase with astonishing rapidity, the inmates of a single nest being reckoned by the thousand. In such an assemblage as this it is evident that there must be some definite organization. Even in our common English ants this org...

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Garden Calendar for June. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

? .» -8m[-tyn Calendar fot[ Jmuyfr Put in cuttings of all soft-wooded planlSf such as fuschias, pelargoniums, carnations, picotees, &c, &c. Plant out daisies, pansies, violets, stocks, &c. 'Take up old roots of chrysanthemums, select two or three pieces of the best roots and plant out; doing this will produce finer flowers for next season. Sow mignonette, sweet-peas, candy tuft, wall flowers &c ; and prune all climbers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

MORRIS'S IMPERIAL The Cures effected by this ointment comprise Australian Blight Ulcers on the Eyeballs, Clironic Affections of the Eyelids (restoring Eyelashes;, Weak and Sore Eyes, Stye, Incipient Cataract, Granular Disease, and other Affections of the Eye ; also, Ringworm, spots on the Face and Neck of Females,' Scorbutic or other Eruptions. WONDERFUL CURES are EFFECTED BY IT. The Curative Power of this Great Remedy, in cases of years' standing, almost amounts to a miracle. It may be applied to Infants, and the size of a grain of rice to Adults thrice a day cures the worst cases. EXTRACTS. . Mr. Jno. Trapp, Vegetable Creek, N.S.W. ' Tour Ointment has done my eyes a world of good. Having suffered for 20 years I have used numbers of lotions and ointments, with no benefit ; but youi' Ointment has almost, if not altogether, cured my eyes.' Messrs. Player and Kitchen. Mansfield. ' Dear Sir —All those who have used your Ointment speak of it in the highest terms, and recommend it to tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

^j^if^tetofeto bad, it is of the Greatest 11 Importance to many to : |ElP DO W N EXPENSES, W:Mfe . - Mnupv '*''' IJ'tt' 1 JUn .ALL UN NECESSARY OUTLAY. TO SAVE Jf£ || Xl U JL '.u^ gain money, ? This can. easijy be accomplished by purchasing the BEST QUALITY ARTICLES at the stores that supply them CAEAPEST. THe WESTERN WAREHOUSE hasv for mariyydarfc past, been celebrated for the EXCELLENT quality of everything kept in the various departments. Now, these goods are tdbefcold at pricfcs DEfr¥lfcG 'CO PETITION in Bathurst, Sydney, or any other place, and it would be well not to allow the opportnmiy i6 pass, but TTajFT^JKP^1 all you REQUIRE £^*J3 the most reasonable store in ?the cdlony, ifhefe'EVEEYTfll^O -is ke^t, from a NEEDLE to a PLOUGH. The REASON why things are SOLD SO CHEAP, at j -,. is, they IMPORT EVERYTHING DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, and thus obtain their goods at first cost. fiteemEEim! GrEOOBEIES! Groceries! QUALIIriES GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES. ^J* The following prices are...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

Varidty. At a recent wedding in Ohio the minister was about to salute the bride, when she respectfully declined, saying, 'No, mister, I give up them vanities now.' E. Webb and Co. are showing an exquisite assort ment of novelties in the new ombre plush, moire, and satin reversible ribbons, comprising all the new ; delicate tints and fashionable widths. Lord Dufferin relates with great gusto that when he came home from India to get married he found no carriage awaiting him at the little Irish railway station, and he had to hire a common jaunting-car. Going along he asked the driver if there was any news. ' Nothing/' said he, ' except that pretty Kate Hamilton is going to marry that one-eyed Dufferin.' As one of the latest evidences of ' hard times,' we this week saw a girl of about seventeen taking home her apron-full of firewood, which she had deliberately snapped off the tops of the palings in one of the principal city thoroughfares. We wonder if the police know that palings are be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

\\7 ANTED— Respectable BOY, 14 or 15y^n» VV of age, to learn the PRINTING trade, G. WHALAN, . School of Arts, Batbuwt,

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Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

4ashimts- The demand for lace this winter is quite unprece dented ; we never remember seeing it worn on so many articles of the toilette, or used in such pro fusion. Large quantities will be worn with everything and on everything during, the coming season. All black materials for walking costumes in magnificent moire, broche, satins and velvets with plushes, mostly forming combination costumes, are still the rage. Satin mervilleux, broches, Cashmeres, and Moires, are among the coming Spring fashions for either costumes or mantles. 'In trimmings, jet passementerie, jet fringes, and all the varieties of satins, will have the command ing place. In wedding outfits the conventional plain bridal satin is discarded for a heavier material. The light gauzy fabrics such as crepe de Ohene and Indian muslin that most wedding guests well attired in, are replaced by more substantial fabrics such as satins, broches, and velvets of almost every shade. This also applies to ball and evening costumes....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

To the Inhabitants of Bathurst and Surrounding Districts. , FOR SOME TIME PAST / E. WEBB & CO. Have felt that it would be a great boon to the many Employees of Bathurst if they could only have ONE HALF-DAY during each week to themselves for Recreation, and they feel that it is a matter for regret that Bathurst does not boast of PUBLIQ H-AJLiF-HOIjII-.A.Y« With the object in view of allowing the Employees of the Western Warehouse a little time for recreation each week, E. W. & Co. have decided to CLOSE THEIR ESTABLISHMENT AT ONE O'CLOCK ON WEDNESDAYS. ?HI ?'! ' Wmf y^* ^b^L jgvHBy ^ ?*, ?'***'*'^— |E3| In giving this Half-Holiday each week, E. W. & Co. trust that they will NOT INCONVENIENCE any .of their numerous Patrons, who, they hope, will kindly assist the Firm in carrying out their intention. E. WEBB & Co., BATHURST. THE LADY-HELP! Sole Agents fob Bathurst — E. WEBB AND CO. 'TAEPWG^TUEBll

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A fearful season past, we may reasonably look for an extra good one next. THE KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

A fearful season past,, we may reasonably look for an extra good one next THE KITCHEN GARDEN. For some years past the inhabitants of :Bathurst have looked almost entirely to ' John Chinaman' for their supply of vegetables. During the last sum mp.r.wp. do not know what hundreds would have done had not ' John' came round with his baskets ladqn With carrots, parsnips, turnips, parsley, celery, beans, and, very seldom indeed, that great luxury, peas. It is to be regretted that even farmers, who ought to grow all these things and be selling them at a good profit, have, in many instances, been compelled to buy from 'John.' When the good lady of the house would ask John for potatoes, she invariably received the reply, ' Me no savvy.' If, however, she told John that he was a humbug, and that she knew the reason why he did not bring potatoes ; John would rub his shoulders most vigorously and say, ' too heby, me no liky.' The cause of people having to depend on the Chinamen entirely, during t...

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Past, Present, and Future. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

§a^t , § W^t^ and -Jjitittr^ Evert community is burdened with its professional grumblers ; from the first shrill cry in the swaddling clothes, to the last breath heaved by them at the gate of eternity, they have seldom or ever tried to meet those innumerable incidents which occur to mar their wishes and derange* their comforts by ' making the best of it.' These unfortunates, along with those grumblers who have passed life's meridian, and have amassed enough in the ' good old times ' to keep them from , further toil, are incessantly deploring the existing state of things and dreaming over the chances they once had but did not accept. The city of Bathurst, unfortunately, is not exempt from the growl of this social pest. One of the darkest pictures oftentimes thrust under our notice is ' bad times.' To him Bathurst is ruined from a multitude of causes — either the railway, or variable seasons, or the high price of provisions, or the non-development of our gold mines — one and all, to h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1882

THURSDAY, JTOE 15, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1882

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1882

[?] ' My son, hold up your head and tell me who was the strongest man?' 'Jonah.' 'Why so?' ' 'Cause the whale couldn't hold him after he got him downy Few know that in every seven minutes of the day a child is born in London, and that in every nine minutes one of its inhabitants dies. ' Experience,' says Jean Paul Richter, ' is the bsst schoolmaster, but the school fees are some what heavy.' ' John,' said his teacher, ' I am sorry to have to punish you.' ' Don't then,' said Johnny, ' 'cause \j always makes me feel bad too. Then we'd both l-o sorry you did it.' No one is ever fatigued after the exercise of i orbearance. A Reward. — An old French lady recently died at i he advanced age of ninety. Her will contained this provision : 'I leave to my physician, whose enlightened care and wise prescriptions have made me live so long, all that is contained in the old oaken chest of my boudoir. The key of the chest \wll be found under the mattress of my bed.' The leirs were much disturbed, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1882

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1882

f, .7 MORRIS'S IMPERIAL The Cures effected by this ointment comprise Australian Blight, Ulcers on the Eyeballs, Chronic Affections of the JSyelids (restoring Eyelashes), Weak and Sore Eyes, Stye, Incipient Cataract, Granular Disease, and other Affections of the Eye ; alBO, Ringworm, spots on the Face and Neck of Females, Scorbutic or other Eruptions. WONDERFUL CURES are EFFECTED BT IT. The Curative Power of this Great Remedy, in caseB of years' standing, almost amounts to a miracle. It may be ; applied to Infants, and the size of a grain of rice to Adults .' thrice a day cures the worst cases. EXTRACTS. Mr. Jna Trapp, Vegetable Creek, N.S.W. ' Your Ointment has done my eyes a world of good. Having suffered for 20 years, I have used numbers of lotions and ointments, with no benefit ; but your Ointment has almost, if not altogether, cured my eyes.' Bosses. Player and Kitchen, Mansfield. ' Dear £-iiy- AUttaose who have used your Ointment speak of it in the highest terms and recommend i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1882

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