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

GROCERY DEPARTMENT. ALL GOODS in this DEPARTMENT are of the Best Quality and can be relied upon. Here Prices are % Lowest iand Quality is the Best, there make your Purchases I Sperm Candles, 6^d per lb ; Currants, 6d per lb. Mixed Candied Peel, Is per lb ; Jams, 5 id per tin No Mark Sugar, 2|d per lb ; Company's No. 1, 3d per lb. Arrowroot, tyd per lb ; Baking Powder, 4^d per tin. ALL OTHER GOODS EQUALLY CHEAP. WESTERN WAREHOUSE, BATHURST. /THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN THE COUNTRY f —ARE— ^*AT WEBB'S** WOMEN'S STRONG SATIN HIDE E.S. BOOTS, usually 5s gd. In conse quence of an odd pair now and again being a little weak in the Elastic, are NOW BEING JOBBED, with all faults, at the UNHEARD OF PRICE of 3s nd THE PAIR. 384 Pairs assorted thus: s^ciBr'v; price 3s 11d 12 Pairs of Maids', all size 1, job price 3s 11d 104 Pairs of Girls' : £^^f4J ; job price 3s 6d 142 Pairs of Children's: ££^££7 ; job price 3s 3d 54 Pairs of infants' : SSrH1 ; job price 2s 9d PERFECT~G555£i ^ECT GyoDS , Most Reli...

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

HARVESTI ^MACHINERY. As there is every prospect of a glorious and plentiful Harvest, FARMERS should sec about securing suitable Machinery for gathering it in. With this object in view they should call on #. ^ebb axxb Qompaxxy and inspect their Large and Varied Assortment, which comprises every Article, from the simple Scythe and Hand-rake to the greatest triumph of mechanical ekill— the McCORMICK Harvester and Self-Binder. It is now an established fact that the Harvester and Binder is the proper Machine for Harvesting the Hay Crop, and when Farmers are in a position to secure one, they 6hould unhesitatingly do so. Of course some may not see their way clear to purchase a Binder, then let them secure a Burgess' Combined Machine, with which they can both mow and reap, for the modest sum of £27. Before proceeding to gfve a detailed li-t of the Machines on hand. IS. WEBB & CO. would remind Farmers that they undertake to execute repairs to all deFcriptions of Machinery, having an ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Comedy in a Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Comedy in a Police Court. There is no end to the comedies of the police court, aiul the life of a magistrate is not all travail. The other day a too reverend clerk objected to administer the oath to a sweep (in his professional soot) lest he might soil ' the book' in the process. That was a bit of hieh comedy indeed. The time has not yet . come when the oath can be administered to a parrot ?''? ($faat is, a parrot who can talk), but a London &. niagistrate allowed one to go into the witness box, '? and settled the case on the unsworn evidence ef the bird. Two people disputed the ownership of the bird. Both were made to put him through his facings in court. Harry Smith, formerly a carpenter on Her Majesty's ship Crocodile, proved that the bird had been twice to India with him, and that he had sold it to the defendant when he was 'hard up.' Harry Smith then turned to his old friend, who uttered clearly the expression, ' Pretty Polly ffire us a kiss.' The parrot likewise, at th...

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Ministerial Notion of Retrenchment. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Ministerial Notion of Retrenchment. The members of the Dubbo Volunteer Corps, through their Captain, made application for free passes, as they desired to hold their advertised parade on Tuesday in Wellington, and also have a practice at the butts there, there being no butts in Dubbo. As the company lias received very hign encomiums as to its efficiency, it was fully expected that the request would be granted ; instead of which, .however, a letter was received from the head office, ' stating that no free passes could be granted, owing retrenchment in the military vote. This is con sidered by the Dubbo corps as a direct snub. It is said that several other corps nearer Sydney have been conveyed free to ani from the place of encamp ment near Campbelltown,

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

MUGRIDGE BROS., STEAM SAff MillS AID JOINERY WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes Felloes, Stocks, &c., &c. White Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER. GALVANIZED IRON. Firewood and coal! Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. G. SMITH & CO., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and GASFITTERS. TANK S. T ANK8 TANKtS made to order at lowest prices ; GUTTER found and fixed ; RIDGE CAPPING ; all kinds of TIN goods in stock and made to order. PLUMBING in all its branches; HOT and COLD WATER ARRANGEMENTS a special feature. ALL SORTS OF GASFITTlNGS, Stop Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets ; ALBO oauuw vjiusiaus Buppucu ami ux.eu. All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones found and fixed. ...

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The Sublime and the Ridiculous. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

The Sublime and the Ridiculous. An amusing incident occurred in connection with the fire at the Imperial Hotel. Almost the first to notice the outbreak, which occurred in the upper room, were two gentlemen returning to their homes. One of these immediately rushed to what he thought was the door of the house, but which happened to be the entrance to the next habitation, and knocked furiously. Some time elapsed, however, before the door was opened, and during this interval the gen tleman worked himself up into a state of great ex citement. At last the door was opened, and a man in his shirt and trousers appeared. ' Come out, you fool/' shouted the excited one. The other, taking this to be an invitation to a pugilistic en counter, 'warily retreated, and almost closing the door, asked through the aperture, ' What's the matter ?' The magic word ' fire' had a marvellous effect. Out bounded he in his shirt and trousers, gave one look upwards, and then rushed into his house again to save th...

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

Miscellaneous. Hair-dresssv : ' Thanks to my new system, there are no more bald heads.' Customer : ' And what is your new system, pray !' Hair-dresser ; ' Wigs.' What's up with notable persons ? The highest distinctions seem to be going beggiug. The Melbourne people had a havd job to capture a bishop. now Prince Waldemar says, ' No you don't,' to a request to rule the Bulgarians ; and our Chief Justiceship has been politely declined. The tender of Messrs Hudson Brothers} to supply Victoria with 250 freight waggons, has been accepted, the contract to be carried out in that colony. Free traders fighting protectionists on their own ground. [This is a win for free-trade Sydney. — Ei-. B.P.] A well-known City baker advertises : ' That as all men need bread, he wishes the public £o know mai uu Kueaua u-. iae is uesiroudOi leeamg aUWuO arc hungry, and hoc ?s his arood works mav be in the mouth of everyone. He is well-disposed towards all men, and the best-bred people amongst us will find h...

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How Wars Begin! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

How Wars Begin ! ' Papa, how do nations go into war with each other?' asked Tommy Seasonby. ' Sometimes one way, sometimes another,' said the father. ' Now there are Germany and Spain. They came nigh to getting into war because a Spanish mob took down the German flag.' ' No, my dear,' put in Mrs. Seasonby, ' that wasn't the reason.' ' But, my darling,' paid Mr. S., ' don't you sup pose I know ? You are mistaken. That was the reason.' ?* No, dearie, you are mistaken. It was because the Germans ? ' ' Mrs. Seasonby, I say it was because ' ' Pe}eg, you know better. You are only trying to ? ' ' Madam, I don't understand that your opinion was asked in this matter.' ?* Well, I don't want my boy instructed by an old ignoramus.' ' See here.' ' Never mind,' interrupted Tommy, ' I see now how warg begin.' What sort of a countenance should an auctioneer have ? One that i&for-bidding,

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

mmfl' ? .**{ A MERRY CHRISTMAS wBHHI Wmii * * ;| AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR ifl^HH mm I ' s' j' TO Y0U ALL ! iSmi^H HI y I '-M toys f°r * he G[rh and B°ys, IHl^^H HB * - -3 Beautiful presents for young aud old, ll^HSHEr ?HElf . t ~^a Such ^ 8uit the gentle creatures and hobbidihoys. !s^E9L-H WBm *J =? Are t0 be found at WEBB'S if you go before HMmI^E: MI I iM they're a11 8oId- rpfwT^ WUL=MM Author: THESELLEROFALLGrOODTHINGS lp^^T' FOR ~^m*$^wf I kill At W. PITTINDRIGH'S BENTINCK STREET J Coach Factory, Coaches, Waggonettes, Buggies, Phaetons, Village Carts, &c, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, IN STOCK OR TO ORDER, At Prices to suit the Times ! THE TEMPERANCE HOTEL BATHURST, IS situated between HUDSON BROS., & JAY and FREEMAN'S STORES, KEPPEL-ST.,   midway between the Railway Station and the Post Office, and In the VERY CENTRE of the CITY. THE MOST PRIVATE HOTEL IN HATHURST. NO BAR! NO LIQUOR I NO DRUNKARDS! TERMS MOST LIBERAL ! Meals and Beds 1s. each. Board and Residenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

I JOHN WADE & CQ.'S I Corn Flour —AND— I I Eice Starch —ARE— I THE BEST IN THE MARKET. I Ask your Grocer for them.

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BEE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

BEE CULTURE. rBVJ.B.C.MPBE,L,80OTHB.THCEBT.] the mo3t profitable of Ottrru^pure and fceen of the honey bee. J^ySely watch, not only every competition, it behov^ us to c^y ^ ^ item of expenditure, but to cammy rf wealtb 1S Of income, and see that every ^ Mtoniah. avaUed of and is turned to. ^couot . } be n revealed its .WfSrtlJS 'ta«SS. «. oetoemed article ! when we c°^l*CTm^ttra? from the days of the creation ; Sl.l'^r^C'CX'hemostaneientrecordsofthe [?] ment to Wf^XE 3ularlv suits our lady tnenas : Tt is an industry ' which ^™'Jiclrer perceptive powers iadeed, I think ^ha\*1'* * * Vrv make better apiarians and closer attention ? t« *^£ *W » fftnn is o£ a ] than men. K™° ^X^kiSrf the hives is the only laborious d^cnption the nmkingo ^ ^ nQ hranch in which they will noi exc u , constructecl be purchased ^^™naS?i« luWfca number from by novices. Some o ft he »P»'«t mf ho is something 500 to 800 hives, an d th - °u$u^;t™ who owns 445 tremendous . r^-ab?- wfthwhat ! amount of labour Monie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

-BAZAArTRIBBONS.,i| T N view oE the Bazaar season we arc about to liaws, . j|, | 1e Webb & Co., to meet the times, arts to ™KMm Eora'aRain by reducing about 1,00 pee. ( j« RIBBONS in various- shades and wlS?p^^^H| ^^r^awsSiSSiliH 6d and Is per dozen, also ai^^^^^^H^^B merous to mention ; must be seelg£ be^M|HiH and Bazaar workers would do vveil to CJJ WH|^W them at their earliest conveniences ^^ffl^^^H to sell out rapidly at these Price^i^^H^B PRINTS! PRii|B| ALL FAST COLOURS, y;|^^H in - . ^^^H LIGHT AND DARK GROM|^B Assorted Stripes and ^^H^V Fancy Lilac Prints, 2 JJ per yard. /.;S*iS|f Cashmere Twills and DriUettos, 5|dt »^mH Zcohyr Stripes and Checks, from W'Q|B|B Special line of Cambric Stripes, 9fd Pe^-^^P Fancy Canvas Stripes, Plain to mtf&'U^gffi^ Fancy Crape Clothes, plain to mfte\-£&$Sk Fancy Striped Sateens, Spots to matcii;|^^ Chenile Striped Canvas Cloth, Plain« and other materials too numerous to.'MSm which we invite inspection beforejug® where....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

Itie Bathurst Post IS published on the 15fcU oE eveiy month, and, karing the most extensiFe circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MfeDIiTM. For the first inmof 'snuMp^r Wkt fljkreoi ? 2 0 „ eacli succe^tog iJ^h, or patt thereof ? 1 0 Advettisemeni^d^^ for special positions will be charged ps under^n '. ^|p| For the I |st inchy oifMft thereof ? 3 0 „ eacli eucce^Hig^nch , or part thereof ? 1 6 %? A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid fdr wltiiin onS mtfnth of last insertion. _, jf -.£fc--' ? ~' ? mm -'glitters i $8%t SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1887.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

**P6E W^DD § C8.-S* CATERERS —AND— CONFECTIONERS, WILLIAM LSTREET, BATHURST. LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S Refreshment Rooms. Printed for the proprietors by GLYNDWB WHALAN. at his General Printing Office Sohool of Arts Buildings, Howiok-street, Batburet.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

When our present Government was formed, few persons imagined that they would live so long as they have. We, amongst others, condemned them, and considered especially that Mr. Dibbs was the man among them who ought never have been there. We said that he had been the cause of much trouble to the country in the past, and prognosticated that he would be the cause of much trouble in the new ministry. In fact, we expressed surprise at the country putting up with his admission as a minister. Although we saw all this, those who took him among themselves must have known more, yet they admitted him. A, lot of tall ^wearing lias been going on during this month between Mr. Dibbs, the late Colonial Secretary, and Mr. Thompson, the consulting accountant. Mr. Dibbs tries to make it appear that he has been misled by Mr. Thompson ; hence, all his errors in the financial statements made public by him. Mr. Thompson's reply (as published in the daily press) distinctly refutes Mr. Dibbs' statements, and...

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HELEN'S BABIES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

HELEN'S BABIES. [continued.] Regardless alike of Toddte's desires, of Budge's opinion, and the cessation of his regard, I performed a hasty toilet. Notwithstanding my lost rest, I savagely thanked the Lord for Sunday ; at church, at least, I could be free from ray tormentors. At the breakfast table both boys invited themselves to ac company me to the sanctuary, but I declined, with out thanks. To take them might be to assist somewhat in teaching them one of the best of habits, bat I strongly doubted whether the severest Provi dence would consider it my dutj to endure the probable consequences of such an attempt. Besides I might meet Miss Mayton. I both hoped and feared I might, and I could not endure the thought of appearing before her with the causes of my plea sant remembrance. Budge protested and Toddie wept, tut I remained firm, although I was so willing to gratify their reasonable desires that I took them out for a long ante-service walk. While en joying this little trip I deli...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

New South Wales Patriotic Fund. — Contributors to this fund, who sent- their donations through the Mayor (at the time) or the Hon. Treasurer, can have their refund at the rate of 17s. in the pound by calling on E. Webb & Co., at George Street, Bathurst. Hospital at Bathurst. — Mr. J. L. Kealey has requested the amount due to him from the Soudan Patriotic Fund to be handed to the above institution. Military Appointments.— We learn from the Government Gazette, that Mr. W. B. Bernasconi (late Colour-sergeant of the Orange Volunteer In fantry) has been promoted to the position of 2nd Lieutenant of that corps. We often talk of ' so many inches of rain having fallen.' How mauy of us have any idea of what one inch of rain means per acre ? An ' inch of rain ' means a gallon of water spread over a surface of* nearly two square feet, or 3,630 cubic feet = 100 tons upon an acre. Smart Travelling. — In the early part of this month Mr. John Lee, jun., and Mr. Cassidy left the Bathurst st...

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Our Sydney Letter. January, 10th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

^ur $gditeg'3etttr. iifHOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. I January, 10th, 1887. ^»3ygiipnaerfu^' Tale of Two Cities ' there is a ^^^&^il-le paragraph, striving to prove that on the ^^^K&-?:^at terrible revolution there c*me upon |uffi^HJ||fjffc1$0femn stilness, assisted by nature even, ^^Hm^^Kfe&Ddfee in whisfjers, and the wind forgot H|HH^S|fevfis in the trees. In some such ^^H(|^^^te-8bered in the New Year, under ^HHHE9pllij^astly event that ha* vindicated ^^^^B9GBpi$ i'J*w on those four lads whom, if ^B^^^^^R-barities and atrocities attributed to ^^HGiliP^ty ^ave &&tQ& to noPe f°r any ^^^^^^ffi^ere lias been, of course, much debate ^^^BBral^clisssons, but there has been sotne ^^BB^^p%arnestness and something akin to ^HHffi^jfls^Y&r this foul stain upo.i our escutcheon ^HragBji||^a£l0W -has restrained in some ^HHragp^fpolice records — through all the |^^Bffig|i|1ie season, even in the irrepressible wH^HBl j*a* Thinking over the priv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

ijps. ^OTTESBB «S£ Co HEf Iron, Hardware, and Machinery ?»/ . '.. ? Merchants, - IM. E N E RAL IRONMONGERS. j^^h§|lfe}est and best-assorted stock in the western district at :^^^^Hk:-I^..:': the western warehouse! ^^?S8B^^iif^OTF'%:' JUST LANDED- A SHIPMENT OF ??B^B§|NETHERTON BAR IRON ^^^^^^H^KB^WIH^E COMPRISING ^^^^^BHBIMhBIWRm An Extensive Assortment of all sizes, from ^^^M^BPIIiPGBP^B^ff*'**' ]-illcll to 2-inch, Round and Square. T|^M|aHiliiaLJ^ Jj -r' | x |, | x i 1 x I up to 3 x If Flats. HUS^i&lgle, Half-round, and Oval Iron. Hoop Iron, f, f, 1, 1£, lj, If, 2 in. Galvanized Mlplron, li in. Black Sheet. Iron, 72 x 30 x 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, and 28 Gauge. ^VR£? a^ Octagon STEEL. /Sj$P' ^^TS in great variety.— Cup head, square neck, 1 x £ to 16 x f ; square head, round ^Sfck#to7xf. Engineers' Bolts and Nuts — Hexagon, hand-made, li x 3 to 4 x i. JwH*-+ *» *? Bolt Ends-i- t. f . S. i »«*. J||i|tad-made, square and hexagon, blank and tapped, \ to \ inch ; Bright E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1887

/ 3. BUS%\ / 9 \ / IMPORTER OF \ / Polished Granite \ / and Marble Monuments, \ / Marble Mantelpieces, &c, &c. \ / RUSSELL STREET, BATHURST. \ B. HAET'S. VISIT THE CApiNGTON CIGAR DIVAN IN George Street, WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN A GOOD SMOKE AT A LOW PRICE! CHRISTMAS CARDS AND IN GREAT VARIETY. ti^CALL AND SEE THEM.^ DENTISTRY. J. L. ALEXANDER, Surgical k Mechanical Dentisi (Registered in London), ST. STEPHEN'S BUILDINGS, George=street, Bathurst MUCRIDCE BROS., sna m its ii:i|8! . Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathnrst. . TIMBER OFEVEEy O^SORIP^IO^v All kinds of Turnery* Carved Brackets, pooraj'Sasnes Mouldings, Skirtings, Ftoorings, Liaia?s, ? Shafts; /Spokes/ Felloes* Stocks; -! &c., i&cV^ M tu ? w . ?......,?_. White Brioks, Moulded Bricks, Pa\rtng Tltes Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons, ' j V ' LIME, CEMB N,T, P X A S T JS ft.,' ., GALVANIZED IRON. ,- ?' Fir Wood and $pAy Tenders given for-BUIL DINGS and allkirids of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge BtoiH&...

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