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HELENS BABIES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

HEI^lf'S BABIES. lr [cpHflNUBD.] Ok Monday naming; I was in the garden at sun rise. Toddie was to carry his expiatory bouquet to Miss Mayton that day, and I proposed that no pains should be spared to make his atonement as hand some as possible. I canvassed carefully every | fcorder, bed, and detached flowering plant until 1 1 had as accurate an idea of their possibilities as if I ha&jmrentoried the flowers in pen tnd ink. This ! done, I consulted the servant as to the unsoiied | **W1iinir nf mv hprthawa. 8Via ]n\A -nnh fliair entire ! wfrdrob#%r my ine{)ectidnt and ^fter a rigid ex amination of everything, I selected the suits which the boys were to wear in the afternoon. Then I told the girl that the boys were going with me after dinner to call on some ladies, and that I desired that she should wish and dress them carefully. ' Tell me jjusfc what time you'll start, sir, and I'll begin an hour beTprehand,' said she. ' That's the only way to be sure that they don't disgrace y...

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

Wherever they have been used, they have far exceeded expectations for the easy manner in which they work, and the rapidity with which ploughing is accomplished ; and, the ploughmen, who always sits in the seat, is not fatigued in the slightest. The lifiing gear is simple ^^ and effective ; the ploughman bringing into BBi| play a simple brake attachment, which conies into contact with the wheel. The ^-- — onward motion of the horses lifts the JmSlggk plough clean oif the ground, and when in fiflliH this position, the implement is balanced on ^^flj its wheels and self-supported. r^^JSgpiSii HOWARD'S ? M a New Riding and Self- LiFfi|| H fife— ^NG F^bcrijl I [T9--J E. WEBB & CO. ^r^M I W^^v- I M W1 Without a doubt, before many years these plpwSBM ^H 3L | s0- *» universal demand, and ploughs with handlei^^l^ra |^H HOWARDS O.B.U. GENERAL PURPOSE DOUBLE PLOUGH, i Fitted with Patent Lifting -~^-^p3^ _, and Steering Apparatus. ^vl:?^^S^ '-- -^ _^_£-==^ The lifting out of work at W^^'...

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

At a dinner of shoemakers, the following toast was given : ' May we have all the women in the country to shoe, and all the men to boot.' That's good ! A fair share only of the shoeing and booting of New South Wales do we ask for. By careful attention to this new depart ment, we are glad to find that the public show their appreciation of our efforts, by increasing daily their selec tions from our varied stock.— B. Webb & Co. London is growing in population at the rate of sixty five thousand a year. Assisted Immigration. — Since our Government 3topped the expenditure of public money for the purpose of. bringing people here from the old country, England is moving herself to find fields for her surplus labourers. A gentleman, Mr. Hodgkin, was in Bathurst on the 10th inst. 3eeking information on the question of labour in this colony. From what we saw of him, he seems to be a most painstaking and careful gentleman — conscientious in the axtrcme, and anxious to obtain the correct i...

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

NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! K OPENING UP JpVERY DEPARTMENT! I |b* - ''VST JE3BB £& GOt'S.1^ VK: . LOOK OUT FOR ' «!PRESS GOODS! Jp|:.NEW FLANNELS ! NEW SHI-RTINGS! Ml- '? ' NEW TRIMMINGS 1 NEW SUITS 1 ? BiAND VALUE IN EVERYTHING !* ... j 'A. JL — — — ' ES. WEBB cSc CO.'S.

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

NOTICE. Water !~Water ! d eYans HAVING received a LICENSE to LAY ON WATER, is now prepared to SUPPLY HOUSES WITH WATER DIRECT OFF MAINS, and therefore solicits your esteemed orders. None but Practical Plumbers employed. D. EVANS, Plumber, George-st. G~c7HARRisr~~. News Agent, Bookseller, and Stationer, MUTUAL ASSURANCE CO.'S BUILDINGS, KEPPEL STREET. AGENT for ALL PUBLICATIONS— HOME and FOREIGN. Newspapers and Magazines delivered at any address in. IJathurst and Posted to the Country. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED. CHEAPEST HOUSE in BATHURST, for STATIONERY.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Our Sydney Letter. March 9th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

#ar ^gd«eg l^r. j FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J March 9th, 1887. There was a brilliantly-arrayed crowd in the Legis lative Council chambers this morning to do honour to the Vice- Regal party, to hear the speech, and I suppose to admire and be in turn admired. The speech is strong in its grasp of the whole situation of our affairs, full of subject matter, brief and con cise as could te made consistent with the variety of questions it treats upon, and withal is sound and practical. I venture to think the country will approve of its general tenor when the morning's paper has been conned by paterfamilias. It is almost needless to say that there is so far no de parture indicated from the St. Leonard's manifesto. Customs' tariff, Railways, Civil Service, Land, Irrigation, Supreme Court procedure, Escaped Criminals, Run Appraisements and Rents, are all promised to be dealt with as the urgency of the cases demand. One most satisfactory clause says, ' The exposition of the state and prospects...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRAVO! NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1887

BRAVO ! NYNGAN. THE following we clip from the Sydney Morning Herald, of the 9th inst. :— " Nyngan, Tuesday. " The first annual meeting of the Nyngan Half- holiday Association was held last night, for the purpose of electing officers. Messrs. Alarie, Ander- son, and John Prince were proposed as presidents. A ballot was taken, resulting in the election of the former. For vice-presidents, Messrs. Adam Adams and Richard Harris were elected without opposition. The following were elected as a committee :—Henry     Russell, George Burgess, Henry Herrick, George Callan, and Peter McHugh. There was a full attendance, and much interest was taken in the result of the election by all the members." How is it Bathurst can't boast of a general weekly half-holiday for storekeepers' assistants ? -----------     It is anticipated that 600 tons of rice will be the output this season from Cairns, and 400 from Port Douglas districts, Queensland, The C...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1887

A good story is told of an interview of the governor df a certain prison with one of the prisoners.' Some of the prisoners were at work lathing during a recent official visit of the governor, and the latter was inspecting the progress of the work. After contemplating the process for a few minutes, the governor remarked, 'j See here, my man, you are laying those laths too near together ; that sort 01 work win never ao. rue prisoner coolly laid down his tools, and said : 'Governor, I am willing to be turned off and discharged if my work,, don't suit. 1 never applied for this job or the situation ; and if my work isn't satisfactory, I am willing to go.' Little Johnny, on the promise to ' be dood ' and be have himself like a little gentleman, was, with some misgivings, taken to church. He kept very still till the last prayer, by which time he had grown so tired that he got up 011 the cushion of his seat and stood with his back to the pulpit. When the lady in the seat behind bowed her he...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1887

;v»wat.-»i:;,»S',:-f;j ?. . - a if III I III ?' i^; Corsets. Ladies Underclothing, * «P8fe.-^t^i?:'-- ?????? ? ? , / SnffilKiBHOW-BOOM is now replete with Autumn and ? ?HH|^^®Sty Moulded Corsets ! ] ? ^^^^^HSKIi ^.' ' ' The Croissance ! I ^Bp Parisian Millinery, H ^^^^^nHSKbicest S lions of Tendon and French * H IMBBSKP^0^ in these .-Goods is at once recherche, H BB^BBBB^acme of fashion. H ^HH^BffiHatfi and Bonnets in all the ? ^^HHN**^ Novelties. H ^TH^^Sl^grettes, and all other Millinery Trim- i H i ^BiB- ming6- H H^Bpind Compauy-s NEW MILLINERY. ? «KMhOIC3^ BONNET ! H ~ l|(rn#^^g^y a bonnet i ^M *BBBBx ^^e^ot^^g. Co sets, and Millinery, I ? ^i^ppB & CO. I Bftsi^rj. ^Hosiery. : ^^H -*- ^$,bov.3 Goods received for the pre ^^H iilgB»:»-%--s-'^w_. '*^pn. is all that can be desired, ?? ^rMi^all tbev-. ,jf l5H ;J fewest and MtTst Fashionable Goods sSj^Mrai^ cm^eprocared, if all the best makes, shades, and ^ ? :WWSflIities. .---.-- M MORLEY'S GOODS received for this Season are o...

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

Chaff-cutters & Horse Gears, TT is a well-known fact thai the finest Assort ?*? ment of CHAFF-CUTTERS Are kept on hand by E. WEBB & CO., To work either by Hand, Horse, or Steam Power. Customers can be supplied with full de tailed list on application. Bentall's C S A, C S B, C D Z, 0 X C, 0 D C, C D V, C M C, 0 EE, C D D, O.-B D, and C E H Chaff-Cutters. * Hunt & Tawell's Pony Gear, with intermediate on same frame. Pony Gear, with separate intermediate motion. One Horse Gears, with separate intermediate motion.

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

1 ? w-i T1FT 'Tl 'fH% T% O AH /'\ H lAi H K K /ir ill HppEIIWX1 IMPORTATIONS HplieULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, HH^^^^raT-»a be thoroughly recommended, as E. WEBB & CO. make it a point of supplying none but the very best in all the respective classes. A ^^H^PPp^ * the ploughing season is drawing near, Fanners should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. ^^^V|©S' PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS. i^^^i^Junder j0JBmSIUSgmmm=± They are fitted with a novel t% form of head, which enables ^» I ' ' the Ploughman, by simply —ismm , ff-t turning a handle, to ?^?L m NhLJ 1 StoPPtoS tlie Horses, fes/^^**^^^ Ilk \IfVll M 6 effecting a considerable ^^^^^3^^^^%/ Savin^ in i[™™ the COUrse !^Hi^S^^P^??^^X- - DAY'S°WOfiK. HORNSBY'S SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS. i hm ; FG, RB, LH, 1§W | ; jand^H 2-wheel. ^*2™^^ All atted with STEEL ':^;*^W BREASTS, ^'^^^^^ and ^^il||||lffl IMPROVED 0^^M [ toraeetttsrentsot *^BB1BI % % JL j i^THESE PLOUGHS ^^^^^^^^W'are too well Sv5Q?8\t fKNowN T° ne^d ^...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1887

Wherever they have been used, they have far exceeded expectations for the easy o manner in which they work^ and the rapidity with which ploughing is accomplished ; and, the ploughman, who always sits in the seat, is not fatigued in *& m the slightest. The lifting gear is simple m=xnj I. iCL.' L™11- _i and effective ; the ploughman bringing into 16afe^^^^j^iai^sft;^^fe play a simple brake attachment, which ^sIF wk i comes into contact with the wheel. The ^, ? wfilW ^\^-— — ^ onward motion of the horses lifts the ^Bffiifc:... ^N. Sh^£v plough clean off the ground, and when in ^HHttlE ijlh --.: ?^svJH^B this position, the implement is balanced on ^^BsHliiii^ii^J^^lBBl its wheels and self-supported. ^MIBEW^SiSS HOWARD'S : New Riding and Self- LiFTikdi ?? GANG PLOUGJJJbI e.webb&co.h»^m| ^* Without a doubt, before many years these l^£%Jgglj| in universal demand, and ploughs with handles ^jjffl^W of the past. ? ' **Wm HOWARD'S O.B.U. GENERAL PURPOSE DOUBLE PLOUGH. I :' G^^-...

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

Herr Wiuklemeier, the Austrian giant, who is 8ft 9in. in height, topping Chang, the Chinese giant, by a foot, was born at Freidbury, Austria, in 1865, and is 23 years of age. He is said to have been of ordinary stature until the age of 14, and at Berlin he received the alarming information from Professor Virchow that he would probably continue growing until the age of 25. The reach of his arms is about 10|ft..'and he spans 2 octaves on the pianoforte. We have received the report of the Inspector General of the Insane for the year 1886, and from it we learn that the number of registered Insane persons in the colony was 2,717. The number on the register at the close of 1885 was 2,643, so that the increase for the year, after calculating all the discharges, deaths, &c, was 74. The estimated population of the colony at the close of the year was 1»030,762, so that the proportion of Insane to population at that date was 1 in 379, or 2-63 per thousand, a proportion which is smaller...

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

''TIMES' BAKERY, Corner George & Keppel Streets. CAMPBELL & SMILLIE, BAKERS AWD CONFECTIONERS. WEDDING CAKES MADE TO ORDER. Special attention paid to Picnic & Wedding Parties. Bathurst A. H. & P. Society . THE ANNUAL WILL BE HELD ON Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, 20th, 21st, & 22nd APRIL. PROGRAMME of the EXHIBITION '?? and FORMS OP ENTRY may be obtained at the Society's Office, Russell-street. W. Gk THOMPSON, Hon. Secretary. 'THE fiLOBE7' (SYDNEY) The Evening Newspaper of N.S.W. Reliable ! FEARLESS 1 Original! The Enemy of Glass Legislation ! The Advocate of Progress ! The only Demo cratic Paper in Sydney ! LATEST NEWS, HOME & FOREIGN. 28 Columns of condensed information from every quarter of the Globe. Literary Excellence, Tales, Sketches, Ladies' Own Column, Housekeeper's Room, Children's Corner. Advertisers Liberally Dealt with. CT PUBLISHED~DAILY ! J9i SUBSCRIPTION— 6s. 0d. per QUARTER IN ADVANCE. AGENT FOR BATHURST &a...

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FLOODS IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1887

FLOODS IN SYDNEY. One of the most severe ram-storms experienced in Sydney for many years past visited the city on Wednesday. The rain, which had been falling intermittently from an early hour, gradually increased in violence and intensity until half-past eight o'clock, when it literally came down in torrents. Within a few minutes, several ot the lower portions of the city were BUvuitsrgcu oc»ci»i »uvuco *u n««*»j »«« wio pedestrian and vehicular traffic seriously interfered with. Considerable damage has been done to pro perty, the chief sufferers being those whose stocks were damaged by the inundation of their cellars. In the district of the Blackfriars Estate and the Haymarket there seems to have been sustained the most damage : houses were flooded, furniture washed about the rooms and smashed, and the scene one of wild excitement. The tram traffic in Parramatta-street was for a time completely stopped. In O'Connor-street, the Bondi sewer in course of construction has been literall...

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

A CARD. ?' Dr. W. FINLAY, Late of Kensington, Melbourne, HAS.comnn-ueed the PRACTICE of his profession at KENSINGTON, COTTAGE, KEPPEL STREET, Opposite the Baptist Church, where he can' be consulted daily. AT HOME— Morning ? 10 to 11. Afternoon ? 2 to 3. Evening ? .7 to 8. AND AT Macdonald's Batlmrst Pharmacy, Next to the Royal Hatel, Morning, 9 to 10. Evening, * to 7. Under Distinguished Patronage. Royal Studio. BeavijTbros., WILLIAM STREET, The leading Photographic Artists in the Western District. Two Operating Rooms replete with all the latest appliances, with light suited to every face. Photo graphs copied and enlarged to any size in Crayon, Oil, or Water Colour. New Series of Batlmrst and other Views. Call for Reduced Price List. BEAVIS BROS., ROYAL STUDIO, BATHURST. ? THE - — Host Popular Penny Newspaper IN NEW SOUTH WALES ! - THE GLOBE ' (PUBLISHED DAILY). Subscription - - 6s. 6d. per Quarter. SPECIAL EDITION published at 6 p.m., de livered in Bathurst at 5 o'clock next mornin...

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

Youthful Follies.— Man regrets in after life the follies of early youth, and drinks at leisure the cup of bit terness filled iu haste when young.

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ONLY A HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1887

ONLY A HAIR. JIusband comes home at night, Gets a kiss— that's all right. Loving wife on bis knee Sits and talks, waiting ten. Sudden start, and a stare, On his coat she sees a hair. Sobs and tears, flow and ebb, Necktie spoiled bought from WEBB. J. D. H.

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

About £250,000 sterling goes from Ireland every year to Germany and Scotland for the stockings worn by the Irish people. Taking fabrics of every 'kind, it is estimated that £15,000,000 annually is spent abroad by the Irish upon materials they might as well make for themselves.

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

All women who are in the habit of making for themselves a cup of tea are warned against the care less habit of leaving any tea in the teapot to be warmed over, or to be taken at any~E6iir much later '* than when it w&s made. The tannin which tea that has been long standing contains does a great deal of mischief. A little weak tea, newly made with fresh boiled watsr, is not hurtful, taken once or twice a day ; but strong tea, or tea that has been standing, is decidedly injuiious. When the Davy lamp was first introduced, the ventilating currents in mines seldom exceed a velo city of three hundred feet per minute in the air-ways, j and they were usually very feeble in the working j places. Nowadays the enormous fans and other' mechanical ventilators which are employed cause the air to travel at velocities approaching two thousand feet per minute in the air-ways, and currents of more than 400 feet per minute are not unfrequently met with at the working places. Under these con di...

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