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AUSTRALIAN PROGRESS COST OF IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

AUSTRALIAN PROGRES^ cost op Immigration. The amount paid out of the revenues of the cole on account of immigration for 1335 wa«s ,£107,5! This was £24,580 less than had been paid in lg The following table shows the number of a$j| immigrants and the cost of their iniroducjtion If 1876 inclusive :— \ *3iH§ Number. . ' J-^igrcBa 1876 ... H63 ... Mmgm 1877 ... 6018 ... \i-mf$gBP 1878 ... 5190 .., - TlHW 1879 ... 5731 ... 'Wm 1880 ... 3184 ... )&mm 1881 ... 2577 .... #l|§ 1882 ... 3233 ... -s8kb! 1883 ... 8369 ... fl 1884 ... 7568 ... m$. 1885 ... 5554 ... 107J| 48,837 ... £77# It has been stated over and over again tii&t|r increase of the population is the resalCSl*' immigration ; but the above numbers wlfyt falacious such an assertion is. SupposinS a single assisted immigrant had *f||l duced into the colony during ilie^fjo still the population would have ^nparlfi *$fff of Victoria by the present time^1 TheiM colony was£ 15 17s. per head ; but the) doubt that they have b...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

Batturst A. H. & ft u J THE ANNUAL WILL BE HELD ON Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, 20th, 21st, & 22nd APRIL. PROGRAMME of the EXHIBITION ''' and FORMS OF ENTRY may be obtained at the Societyrs Office, Russell-street. IMPORTANT ! Entries close 6th April. W. G. THOMPSON, Hon. Secretary. MUGRIDGE BROS., SIUI SAW MILLS AID Ilffl WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. White Brioks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTBR. GALVANIZED IRON. FIREWOOD AND COAL! ? ft i Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of 'i JOINERS' WORK. n'l Mugridge Brothers, , CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. '- | Printed, for the proprietors, by G. Whalan, Howick street. Bathurst.

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

REVOLUTION IN SPECTACLES ! I FROST ANlJsHIPHAM, OPTICIANS AND ELECTRICIANS, 687 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY, AUK now Selling PEBBLE Spectacles (Stamped and guaranteed) for 5s., exactly the same as usually charged half-a-guinea. They are also Solo Agente for the PATJSODONOPTIC Bpe-taoles, ns recommended by all the chief ooulists, both at home aud in the colo nies. Theee Sjjoctacles, the finest tbat can bo jwssibly obtained, are always cool and refreshing, and can be worn for any length of time without in any way distressing the eyes. Price, 30s fid i« case complete. Bv eeuding age, or, if possible, old Spectacles, and P.O. for the amount, a pair will he forwarded per return, and if not approved will be ex changed. H3T SPECTACLE IMPAIRS of every description. I. O. G. T. p. RICpJD fflJABBE, . ? THE ? POPULAR LECTURER, Appointed by the Grand Executive of the above Order, will commence a THREE WEEKS' warn ERMdE ppra — IN— Bathurst District, —ON— MONDAY, MARCH 21st, 1887. SflKHE FOLLOWING ARRANGEM...

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DITTO RIDIVIVUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

DITTO RIDIVIVUS. I remember meeting you, You were dressed in navy blue ; A score of years since first we met, But Cupid's dart it holds me yet. Suns were shiniug, sties were. blue. All nature wore cerulian hue. In lovelv dress from WtiBU'S STORE You looked a queen, and something more. Your faultless eyes shot through my heart,. With sweet surprise I felt the smart. As you spoke in sweetest tone, The wound was deepened to the bone. Your wraps of silk, in graceful fold, That WEBB'S young man to you hail sold. ] ha-] not \von-k'ml, not a 1-it. If i'earln'ry wind's wen: umi-.T i!. A:ul yo:i had p.iivl in midtll;j air. You !oufc\?d mo i\}-'. an an angel fair. The Western Warehouse stopped your llijrlii ; With mundane facts it held you light. . Hint's no- many days ago : Mind, let everybody know. J. Dalkyaiple Holt.

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BEE CULTURE. No. 111.—THE BAR FRAME HIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

BEE CULTURE. PBY J. B. CAMPBELL, SOUTH BATHUBST. j No. 111.— THE BAR FBAME HIVE. Fobbmost among the ingenious contrivances tor the manipulation of the bee. and around which all others centre and are subordinate to, stands the bar frame hive. It is to the Rev. L. Langetroth that the world is indebted for its enlightment upon the system of the hive. From time immemorial the product of the bees has been esteemed as an article of human food, but untu a iew years ago me wonders of the hive seemed a sealed book. This gentleman devised a hive with a moveable top in order to enable him to investigite, and for convenience of handling surrounded each sheet of comb with a light frame made of four strips of wood. The whole secret was out, from then the bee industry may be said to date, and after a little patient investigation all the secrets of the hive stood revealed. Many alterations were made in the hive recom mended by this great father of the industry, and patents were taken out for so cal...

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

The Bathurst Post | IS published on the 15th of every month, andf, having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING . MEDIUM. TBKMS OF ADVERTISING : s. d For the first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding incta^ or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered for special positions will be charged a9 under ; — For the 1st inch, or ipart thereof ? 3 0 '„ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 *#* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. Sfke gattarst fast TUESDAY, MARCH is7 1887.

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STAND! Stare with Hair on End! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

I STAND ! Stare with Hair on End ! I Results in one of the heaviest protected countries in I the world : — Decrease of Population in France. I Some rather startling disclosures were brought out I in a lecture delivered by M. Roguard, President of I the Scientific Association, and Inspector General of I Health in the French navy, and in the event of a ? great war the very existence of France as a nation ? might be jeopardised by the state of things which I M. Roguard asserts to exist. For instance, he says ? there are 1,200,000 forigners in France as against ? 140,000 in England, and 270,000 in Germany. B Fine districts like Normandy were rapidly decieasing B m population. Adults were more numerous in B France, and especially in Paris than children. B Whereas formerly five in a family was the average, B now it hardly reached three. Further, the rate of B infant mortality was very large, owing to the insani B tary condition of French towns and villages. The B second Empire saw the des...

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

Our Bathurst boys seem to find their way to the top of the tree, so far as honours in country towns can go. Mr. J. M. Paul climbed to the position of Mayor in Orange ; and during 1885 another Bathurst boy was holding a similar position in Bathurst. This year Bathurst boys seem to have made a ' dead set' on several of the leading civic posi tions in the West. We find Dr. Machattie Mayor of Bathurst ; we hear that Mr. Smith, another old Baihurst boy is Mayor of Orange ; and Mr. Ryan, a ttUra JDaMlurHlr uuy, la xuayui. vi jl/uuuu. y»u iuui proud of our ' little ' town when we find her youth growing up to men and occupying such positions. It is an honour that our women can be doubly proud of, for it is they who exercise the greatest influence over the youngsters, and cause them to form the noble characters they must possess to hold such positions as the throe just named occupy. We feel sure much good will be done in each town under the mayoralty of our Bathurst boys. 'We regret immensel...

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INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

1 INCOME TAX. Many persons believe m this tax being brought into force in this colony. We are among the number, —provided the inquisitorial nature of the tax, as applied in other countries, be done away with. No faiier tax could possibly be found. What fruit the tax would give for scandal ! Everybody would be talking about everybody's business and we fear few would attend to their own. People would be saying, What jolly times the doctors have ! Look here : Dr. ? . We won't indulge even this once. Here is the effect of the system in Prussia. ' The richest men in Prussia. — The official in come tax returns, which have just been published in Berlin, show that the man who is rated highest in all Prussia is Herr Krupp, of Essen. His in come is assessed at more than £250,000 sterling on which he pays £7,560 annually. Next comes j Baron Rothschild, of Frankfort-on-the Main, with an income of £160,000, paying a tax. of £4050 per annum. Then follows the British Consul-General, Baron Bleichro...

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

/ £&&-£& \ / \ / IMPORTER OF \ / Polished Granite \ /and Marble Monuments, \ / Marble Mantelpieces, &c, &c. \ / RUSSELL STREET, BATHURST. \ | JOHN WADE & CO.'S j Corn Flour — AND— Rice Starch — AltlS— i THK BEST IN THE MARKET. Ask your Grocer for them. BEES!__B» PE RSONS desirous of obtaining J^ffiHF I *? plies of HONEY can procure— v*ftfl!f [I SWARMS OF BEE,$'* 1 Bar- Framed Hives, Smokers, ^- II 1-lb- Sections, and all the \i3ttL [I Appliances, at the ^^311lL^ II LOWEST ^TO vIIImI I RATES. XwX^H I &^r Bar ' Frame mveB^»a||f ? ^s'^ Two Stories.... a... ,»...*! H Crate of Sections ? j !? Comb Foundation, per lb ? -..Br, nf . ? ' ^ H N.B. — Safe delivery at destination guaranty fl| Correspondence upon Bee subjects invited. |H 'THFGlobej I (SYDNEY) \ 9 The Evening Newspaper of -N.S.W. | ^^ Reliable! FEARLESS! Original 1 The Enemy of Glass Legislation ! The Advocate of Progress ! The only Demo cratic Paper in Sydney ! LATEST NEWS,...

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[?]ern Warehouse Half-Holiday Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

|fefn Warehouse Half- Holiday Demonstration. kjtaesday, the 2nd instant, the employees of bfe & Go. celebrated the fifth an*4versnry of |ao|s4oy half-holiday by their usual demon l^^ppj^rin^ in all about 150, loft the fflw^^ffi provided for the purpose, and '^mBBX!i0 principaL streets --? tne clt)^ ?i ^^B^KjM, proceeded to the Racecourse, ?HBEj&ou$ descriptions were freely in i^TOpying tea was provided by the young M|P^b1iBhniient. and ampin justice done ?'???. WeI * &??-, ???? frafpi'gjji afternoon's enjoyment, a start JfpSo%JVttud on reaching the warehouse, JH^fttven for the firm of E. Webb and fiBlltftftfay, and the Queen. The band vHF$fe ** National Anthem,' the em pSM, having enjoyed themselves to the P||f)» ^wishing that such a reunion came lljljjfln once a year. ifflp&re tbe results of the various events IRJtoring the afternoon :— Kfr/.JtaeiTl, C. Wallace 2. ^Kioiiee-'tlandicap. — For trophy pre Pfi.ji Webb & Co.— J. Davis 1, ''iplBriji...

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

An editor wrote ahead line, 'A horrible blun der !' to go over a railroad accident ; but whose fault was it that it got over the account of a wedding? Wedding trosseaus, beautifully, tastefully and econo mically turned out to order at E. Webb & Co.'s. Please rmke no mistake about this. ' You Americans,' said an Englishman to a young lady, ' have no ancestry to which you can point with pride.' ' That is very true,' she assented. ' Most of our ancestors came from England, you know.' The Banquet to our new member (Dr.l went off the other day only fairly well. Tl has only just been sown — it will take a litti before it can grow and Bead ouc its branches. I few persons thought the affair rather preq This would be' true, had the dinner been gt, commemoration of past services, — it was -^ given to celebrate his return. As' walgj&k gentlemen who voted against the '-^P^^m turn up to the banquet. T^?8, WApr||^^g dislike to our new member, l-ut Jim^l^^^H natural consequence fro...

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

A Tender Adieu. — ' Well, good-bye, old friend, you will never see me again .'' ' Wtat ! Never T ' Ach, then, Gustavns, would you mind lending me another sovereign ?' — Uehev Land und Mecr,

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Retrenchment [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

Retrenchment is an awkward game—unpleasant in every way ; but when it must be done, it is useless growling. Should our Government use great care in their manner of making such retrenchment as is necessary, and so at it cautiouslv. we see, no ivason that it should mean utter ruin to any persons. Time will show what Sir Henry Parkes pro poses doing in this way. We arc inclined to think his action will be gradual, but sure we all know it must be, as the time has arrived when the ' cloth must be cut ac cording to the measure.' The memo, below appeared in the papers the other day. All of our friends must be prepared for the worst : — ' The Minister for Justice is about to issue a circular, informing the assistant clerks of Petty Sessions throughout the colony that their services will not be required after the 30th June. In cases where a Clerk of Petty Sessions asserts that he is unable to discharge all the duties of his office, a substitute will be sent up to ascertain if assistance is n...

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They Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

^^P^iai^oye4 Jsj||u^mployed who Wl11 gmmmsGs H dflpinarched MffiSmpbti streets of the ^mm^^^BiQ^p|ion to BM|mBAimmar^'iish-'^at labour, ™^^^»rt#4^)t be ?WB|BgB ffipwpi also borne x-u «BB«gSt^Frt»fcmp.n and branded IBBHa^&f ^ VThc flaved car ag^Kl^trungon ahearn ^^Mgfflg^f.Wkes, Abigail, and rf^EflglllJlHt^ were made with ^HSpPIiebfess. A strong; body fillpppstae by side with the ^^Ko^but there was no disorder. ^ffllf^ereone »wj nightly housed, i Ipine ?.fiffff-mfen- and women are js are riot the people to- wish to ^ the general wages rprlucprt to helling rates ; but when, for a toe, depression has caused aa jer-supply of labour, and a Go Irnnibnt holds out a willing hand id offers work at 5s. a day to he iiid jroni^jour already almost Jnpty coffers, we do say that mon Mdio will act as those referred to in the above telegram deserve to starve. We cannot but denounce them as an empty-hea-'lad hound ing lot of useless creatures, more fitted for combustible matter in future worl...

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HIS FIRST LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

HIS FIRST LOVE. I remember meeting you In September fifty-two. We were eating, both of us. And the meeting happened thuis : Accidental on the road (Sentimental episode). I was gushing, you were shy, You were blushing, so was I. l was smitten, so were you : (All that's written here is true). Any rhino ? not a bit : Bather funny, wasn't it ? Vows were plighted ; happy pair. How delighted people were'. But your father, to bo sure, Thought it rather premature. And your mother, strange to say. Was another in the way. What a heaven vanished then : You were seven, I was ten. That was many years ago, Don't let anybody know.

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

^FLOOpOTlJSMid LINOLEO^S.** B. WEBB &~0O.'S STORE Is now Ilej}]ete with these Goods. THE FINEST FLOORCLOTHS Made in all Widths. We can now COVER A ROOM OF ANY SIZE Avithout a join. QUALITY OF THE FINEST ! DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF THE MOST DESIRED ! And PRICES far and away below any other House. We Buy Largely, and of the Manufacturer, and give our patrons the extreme benefit. LINOLEUMS! LINOLEUMSl The most Economical and perfect FLOOR COVERINGS. EWEBB & CO. fit Rooms aity shape and size, with surrounds ? of Bordering to match. LINOLEUMS For Halls, Corridors, Dining Rooms, and. Stairs. EVERY MADE WIDTH KEPT IN STOCK. The Remnant Season ! Tl\e Remnant Season ! AT- the MOST START LI NO. Sacrifices E. WEBB & CO. have marked down all short lengths of Materials, to make room for WINTER GOODS. No former opportunity has ever transpired to compare with the present for extraordinarily LOW PRICED REMNANTS. ? THE REMNANT SEASON ! THE REMNANT SEASON ! REMNANTS In TOWELLI...

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

The REFEREE, PUBLISHED IN SYDNEY EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. THE LARGEST AND BEST SPORTING NEWSPAPER. IN AUSTRALIA, rT'*HE only Sporting and Dramatic Newspaper published JL in N.S.W. Contains every kind of Sport and Amuse ment, and a complete Record of all the Sports and Amusements af the week. Contains full reports of all Pastimes in the Western Did' rict. Terms of Subscription, 3s. 3d. per Quarter, in advance. SOLE AGENT FOR BATHURST & DISTRICT Gil If A D D 10 Mutual Assurance Co.'s Buildings, I III UlLIUUop Keppel-st., Bathurst. . CHEAP FURNITURF T. BENNETT HAS Reduced bis Goods 20 per cent. AND IS NOW THE CHEAPEST IN THE DISTRICT FOR HOUSE HOLD REQUIREMENTS. CALL AND INSPECT HIS VARIED STOCK. Water ! Water ! h. rendall&co. Licensed Plumbers, * Gasritters, & Galvanised Iron- Workers, PIPER STREET (BETWEEN WILLIAM AND BENTINCK STREETS). —BATHURST.— Pumps of all kinds Fixed and Repaired. Hot and Cold Water Circulating Pipes. Roofs covered with Iron, and Gutteri...

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

Morris's '*^l IP Imperial Eye Ointment. A SPECIFIC FOR BLIGHT & CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE EYE. Unlike most preparations, this specific affords almost instant relief in Blight, and, from the soothing ingredients of which il is composed, it can be applied to the tender Eyes of Infants and Children. EXTRACTS. .Mr. Hugh Pearson, Merchant, Newbridge. ' In the testimonials 1 gave you I don't think I mentioned the case of a man having had bad eyes for upwards of fifteen years. He had been under many medical men. and had spent a little fortune in endeavouring to get relief. Oue day, in a desponding way he complained to me of his sufferings. I felt great sympathy for him— his eyes appeared like balls of lire. I asked him it he could get nothing to relieve him— he replied that he had tried everything. On asking him if he had tried Morris's Eye Ointment, ho said he never had, but supposed it was liko the re6t of the so-called cures, ' of no good.' With this, after telling him of the cure...

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

JAYE 4 FPEMAN, LICENSED Plumbers & Gasfitters MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF TIN AND IRONWARE AND COLONIAL OVENS. CORNER OF KE1TEL & BENTINCK STREETS, bathurst. estimates' given For all kinds of Work. -ttTmE S ' BAKERY, Corner George & Reppel Streets. CAMPBELL & SMILLIE. BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. WEDDING CAKES MADE TO ORDER. Special attention paid to Picnic & Wedding Parties. Printed for the proprietors by GLYXDW.U WHALA.N, et hifiGenersl Printing Office School of Arts Buiidiags, Hov/ick-suraet, Bahurai. '*%§. WEBB & CO. ;':1BB|^V-:^ HAVE PLEASURE IN SUBMITTING A LIST OF THEIR - : ?IjPESIWT iniPOBTATIONS ?pieULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, '-^flfflSS^'^''' thoroughly recommended, a9 E. WEBB & CO. make it a point of supplying none but the very best in all the respective classes. As jHbBb^^^-- *he ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. ? ' ?HCR6Si PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLE FURROW ...

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