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

IN THE PRESS, & WILL SHORTLY BE PUBLISHED, AUSTRALIAN STORIES RETOLD, ? AND ? Sketches of Country Life ? .*. ? ? BY — The Hon. W. H. SUTTOR, M.L.C. ? ♦ ? T N consequeuce of the deep interest awakened by ?*? the publication, in the Sydney Daily Telegraph, of Mr. Suttor's well-told, and often thrilling, stories of the early days of New South Wales, and to meet the wishes of many who have expressed a desire to have the same in a more permanent and convenient form, it has been determined to issue a collection of them in a small volume, at a popular price. TIIE WORK WILL COMPRISE, Australian Stories Retold : MY GRANDFATHERS POCKETBOOK. FISHERS GHOST. VENGEANCE FOR IPPITHA. A PAIR OF OLD PISTOLS. THE HUNDREDWEIGHT OF GOLD. WESTERN REBELLIONS. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND GHOULS. Sketches of Country Life : A CATTLE MUSTER. OVERLAND TO MELBOURNE. PAST AND PRESENT. LOST CHILDREN. IN DREAMLAND. BLACK AND WHITE. A SUICIDE'S GRAVE. MY EXPERIENCE AS A HOSPITAL COLLECTOR. A VISIT TO MOUNT WILSON. Th...

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

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

»THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE I ^J^^^pqBi^s! ? _ — Wonderful Success I! ^?KililNG ''SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS!!! ^?^ralilE SALE at E. WEBB & COMPANY'S is the WJt®*-. Talk of the Country! ^v ... j - ' vUi.'. MH. !!;!?:?. -/ I I :?'??'=? ?-'B'SOM TO SEVEN & SIXPENCE I IN THE BY BUYING AT E.WEBB&GO.'S BATHllRST. [?] THIS JUBILEE SALE SOON TERMINATE As of course it cannot go on long with the Goods being Disposed of at Such IJuips Prices! FOR CERTAIN to the END OF JUNE! I Hence you have a Few Days more in which to ':;: COME AND BUY! NOW is TH£ TIKE 1 1 First-Class Goods, all of % Best Qualities, being Nensely Sacrificed for tl|is H^th E. WEB B^&BY©0 M P A N Y, : . ? BATHUBST. :V,.-. !K cl ?????-.-. ? ? * ? ?.??'.,;«*;' ^ -;

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WESTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1887

WESTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. The New South Wales Western Rifle Association held its first meeting at the Bathurst rifle range during last week. Some 94 competitors attended the meeting, the greatest number coming from Sydney. A few came from Orange, Blayney, Richmond, Parramatta, Newcastle, and Ulladulla. We were surprised to find that no one came from Mudgee, Molong, Wellington, Dubbo, and espe cially Goulburn. The meeting passed off most pleasantly, and the visitors were gushing in their assurances of having spent a very pleasant time : so much so, that many predict that double the number oE competitors will attend next year, should Bathurst hold another meeting. The weather, on the first day, Wednesday, was cold and severe in the extreme, but Thursday made up for the unpleasantness of Wednesday, by turning out one of our ' charmers.' Friday was again a fair day indeed, but Saturday came in rough and cold, with rain and sleet during the afternoon. The shooting was exceedingly good, ...

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

Hosiery Department. IN this Department, E. WEBB & CO. are now showing the Best and Most Splendidly As sorted Stock ever shown in the Western District, in Morley's Plain and Ribbed Cashmere, Balbriggan, &c, at Prices that Defy Competition ! ~WOOL_GOODS ! TO prevent Democratic Principles and foster Loyalty to the Throne, it is necessary to pass the Jubilee Reign of Her |ajesty in perfect WARMTH and CONTENTMENT. E. WEBB & CO. are offering a Splendid Assortment of WOOL SHAWLS, FASCINATORS, &c, at less than Half-price. Come early to secure some of the IMMENSE BARGAINS offered in every Department during E. WEBB & CO.'S Great Jubilee Sale, which will, in return, secure perfect adherence to the Throne, as you will be actuated by feelings of gratitude ever afterwards. To Oup Country Patrons. OUR Manager in the Country Order Depart ment, feeling dissatisfied at our Customers in the Country not getting sufficient notice in the Bathurst Post, has threaten...

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FRUGALITY IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

FRUGALITY IN NEW SOUTH WALES. That the past year has tried the great body of the people of this country is undoubted, and is proved in an unmis takable manner by the way in which they were forced to draw on their little stores. And, in this very wave of distress we hnd a moral that all men might lay to their heart. It's the old lesson of the ' rainy day ' provision of the busy bee. Last year our Government savings banks, which are the people's banks, showed in their returns that the people drew to the extent of £50,000 on their reserves; in other words, the deposits for the year are overborne by the withdrawals to the extent mentioiied. The amount deposited was £1,123,966, while the withdrawals were £1,172,555. This left a balance to all the depositors of the colony amounting to £1,423,305, which shows a decline on the balance of 1885 of over £48,000. Sweet are the lessons of adversity. With the people forced to draw on their little store in this way while the vaults of the bank hav...

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THE COMING GRANT—DECENTRALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

THE COMING GRANT— DECENTRALISATION. An unexpected assistance was given to the proposals of the Government with regard to the centeunial celebrations by the motion of one of the East Sydney members for the establishment of a great centennial technical college. It was the only tangible thing proposed, and it was resolutely opposed on 'the grand and rising principle of decentrali sation. The idea of a great central college was scouted because it was contended that the temper of the times was in favour of reproduction of many small colleges all over the country, as against the principle of having one in the city to which the youth of the country would flock, to be enamoured of city rather than country life. There was another sweeping attack on the proposal, and it was this : The one prevailing opinion was that there was no greater delusion in modern, times than that of increasing the artisan or mechanical class, which these technical colleges largely resulted in effecting. The opinion w...

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

Water ! W^jsMI D EVANS/9B HAVING received a LICENSE 'B'fi^^^H WATER, is now prepared to StTPFwB HOUSES WITH WATER1 DIRECT QWSjgl MAINS, and therefore solicits your esteemed orders/-^ None but Practical Plumbers employed « D. EVANS, Plumber, George-sdH flfaqohester Department - /^OME and LOOK ! COME and INSPECT ! ^^ Come and see the crowds of people who throng E. WEBB & CO.'S Western Warehouse in search of the Great Bargains which they have been giving away since their Great Clearing Sale commenced in tnis Department. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! IN Bed Ticks, Verandah Ticks, Belgian Ticks, ?*? American Leathers, Fancy Table Oil Baize, Cretonnes, Flax Sheeting, Hessian, White, and Unbleached Sheetings, Pillow Cotton, Pillow Linen, and Ready-made Sheets and Pillows. CALICOS— CALICOS— CALICOS. A T Prices to meet the requirements of the ?^*' Million ! An Enormous Stock, which must be cleared. Ten Thousand (10,000) pieces to choose from at 3d per yard to 1 3 Jd. Come and see....

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

LONDON -1886. i% PEATE 0 /jfpEm 0P SPECIALITIES ^^^W ARE the very best ever offered to the Public. Free from all Adulteration. Patronised by His Excelleucy Lord A. LOBTUS. Governor of N. S. Wales. Highly Commended. ONE FliiST & FOUR SPECIAL PRIZES. PEATE'S CHALLENGE BAKING- POWDER. The best ever offered. Sold in Packets. PEATE'S EGO POWDER. The best ever offered. A valuable substitute for Eggs. Sold in Tins, 6d each. PEATE'S CUSTARD POWDER. Makes delicious Custard without Eggs, and at half the price. Sold in Boxes, (id each. PEATE'S SELF-RAISING FLOUR is the very best ever offered. PEATE'S SUPERIOR CURRY POWDER is the very best and purest. Sold in Bottles. PEATE'S MDSCATEL SALINE POWDER. A Household Remedy. No one should be without it. The very best friend in a house ; hence, by its use, all kinds of fevers are prevented. Sold in Bottles, 2s. each. PEATE'S PRECIOUS OINTMENT, for Burns, Scalds, Old Sores. It will heal any wound, and all inflam mation in any part of the body. ...

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ENORMOUS BANK ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

ENORMOUS BANK ASSETS. I like to give these facts both to freetraders and to protectionists— to the one to show how it is that (he natural policy has not been productive of its full results, and to the latter to show that instead of diving their hands into working men's pockets or the pockets of workmen's wives, they ought to put their hands m through the bank bare and get a contribution to the Government expenses — which expenses, borne by the one class of taxpayer, is ever keeping our noses to the grindstone. It might be regarded as a legitimate thing, in the matter cf the taxa tion of property, to tax a man's assets— to value his ability on right to contribute according to his property value. Well, it might be the same with the banks. I find that our fourteen banks in this city have increased their assets during the year from £38,902,531 to £41,122,097, from which enormous sum it pays hardly anything- to the Trea sury chest. There is a difference of over £10,000,000 between their ...

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FOR THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

FOR THE PEOPLE. [BY O»E OP THBM.l We take the following from the Evening News of July 12, 188?, and strongly recommend every man in the country to read it. It is one of the most interesting articles of the kind that we have ever had the pleasure of going through. The writer, whoever he may be, deserves the warmest thanks of all country residents and poor men. MILLIONS OF NOTES. The Sydney banks last year had 1,722,405 notes in cir culation, which is a very convenient and very profitable means or method of financing for the said banks. But for all tjiis, twelve institutions did not pay anything to the StatK Had we put a tax of a penny in the pound, it would have contributed over £7000 to the revenue. AH private promissory notes have to pay a considerable tax, but nearly two millions of these bank promissory notes are allowed to float about without contributing a penny to the revenue. OUR FRBETBADE GROWTH. Oae of the great contentions of the protectionists is that freetrade does not d...

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

Under Distinguished Patronage. Royal Studio. BEAVISBROS., 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 Bathurst and other Views. Call for Reduced Price List. B EAVIS BROS., ROYAL STUDIO, BATHURST. /*. BU£jv&\ / IMPORTER OF \ / Polished Granite \ /and Marble Monuments, \ / Marble Mantelpieces, &c, &c. \ / aUSSSLL STREET, BATHURST. \ I JOHN WADE HO.' S Corn Flotjk Is a Household Requisite of con stant utility. NOTE. — Purchasers should insist upon being supplied with WADE & CO.'S CORN FLOUR, Inferior kinds, as serting fictitious claims, are being offered to the public. Iforris's 11W§ ill Imperial Eye Ointment. A SPECIFIC FOR BLIGHT & CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE EYE. Unlike most preparations, this specific affords almost instant relief in B...

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

HELEN'S BABIES. {'CONTIMDED.] ' Wantsh to shee Phillie aden awfoo,' said Toddie, as I kissed Budge and hurried off to the library, unfit just then to administer farther in struction or reproof. Of one thing I was very certain — I wished the ram would cease falling, so the children could go out of doors, and I could get a little rest, and freedom from responsibility. But the skies showed no signs of being emptied, the boys were snarling on the stairway, and 1 was losing ray temper quite rapidly. Suddenly I bethought me of one of the delights of my own childish days — the making of scrap books. One of Tom's library drawers held a great many Lady's Journals. Of course Helen meant to have them bound, but I could easily repurchase the numbers for her ; they would cost two or three dollars ; but peace* was cheap at that price. On a high shelf in the play-room I had seen some sup plementary volumes of '. Mercantile Agency ' reports! which would in time reach the rag-bag ; there was a bottl...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

POULTRY. That poultry keeping ia becoming more popular daily is a solid fact. Those persons who have succeeded in obtaining 2s. Gd. per dozen for eggs for domestic purposes, have learned that, even with the help of the Sydney market, that grent price has not been reached this year. The ruling figure has been from Is. 6d. to 2s. 3d. We find numerous poultry farms around Sydney now, and many persons buying land and building yards and sheds about there, for the purpose of assisting in the supply of eggs, &c. for the metropolis. Poultry, when properly looked after on a farm, are by no means the least profitable things. Many farmers get from £50 to £60 a year out of their birds, and could do much more, if they laid themselves open for it. Few seein to know the real value of fowls, and it is generally considered absurd to build sheds and yards for them. So far as we know, there is but one poultry farm about Bathurst. What is wanted is, that some moro men would erect warm sheds for...

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

THE WORK WILL COMPRISE, Australian Stories Retold : MY GRANDFATHER'S POCKETBOOK, FISHER'S GHOST. VENGEANCE FOR IPPITHA. A PAIR OF OLD PISTOLS. THE HUNDREDWEIGHT OF GOLD. WESTERN REBELLIONS. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND GHOULS. Sketches of Country Life: A CATTLE MUSTER IN THE HILLS. A CATTLE MUSTER ON THE PLAINS. PAST AND 1'RESENT. LOST CHILDREN. IN DREAMLAND. BLACK AND WHITE. A SUICIDE'S GRAVE. MY EXPERIENCE AS A HOSPITAL COLLECTOR. A VISIT TO MOUNT WILSON. The Articles have all been revised by the Author. In the belief that most of the residents of this district, at least, and a great many persons through out the colonies would like to be possessed of this little volume, the price has been fixed at a figure that is within the reach of all. Cloth., gilt lettered ? ? ? 2/6 Stiff Paper Cover, 1/6. «$* As only a limited number will be bound in cloth, and to prevent disappoint ment, those who desire this binding are respectfully requested to leave orders with the Publisher, without delay, for as m...

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BATHURST BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

BATHURST BUDGET. 'From the Evening J¥em.) Bathtjrst, Tuesday. — The local CiviUai|||j| Volunteer Rifle Clubs have resolved ¥i^^M team selected as the Adelaide ^^teu^Sy^g^H to a friendly competition in Batfant8t^||EM|MH eacn at 5UU and 600 yards. ^JmSsBB^^M allowed two days' practice, and flaiMmfflB^^^B This resolution was arrived atjii^lBHi^^^^B Bathurst clubs, held in the B#I§|8E^^^^H afternoon. p 1il^ifl^^^^H The Bathurst Gun Club ^'^H^^^^l ster pigeon handicap for Sept0jS|JQ|j^^^^H prizes will amount to £500* - -^fi89^^^^^| receive £350, the second £75, *V?!f||B^^^H the fourth £25. The shooting ^1^#^9^^| each. Mr. M. H. FaitbMl h^™p3BB^M handicapper. The venture has airlBffllH^^B sensation in gunning circles, and i^ifiBfl^^l praised for its pluck, ,' -$^^h|^^| The meeting which was to hayfe.^^^^w^^ Town Hall here last night, in' rel&l||9|^K eight hours' demonstration, was PPsM^§^HL quence of the small attendance^^^^^l^^B^^ next- - , -;4ill9^H The sheep market is still S%M...

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

? ? — ? — . — __ — ' '? p^ Tasmania continues to draw an enormous sum|Ji| of money out of this colony for her pure bred &nd]||s superior sheep. Last year's sales amounted to lggfjjBl sheep, returning £9968, or an average of jtwCS^HP 2s 6d per head, This year's clearance anioujai^MB £20,648 for 2287 Sheep, or an ayer^j^lJiWt £9 0s. 7d per head. Surely moi^^^^^m^^H show-winners about to allow ^e^^^^fflB^^H^^H to go away from them without' raSHI^^^^^^H get a share of them ? Mr. fai^HH^^B has generally sent in a few ^'Wi^M^^^^^^M and has been fortunate eiiou^h:t6^^SH^^^^^^H Some three years since, a Queenfl|lS9^^^^^^V astonished everybody by offering ^migss^^^^^^M at the sales at the top price of tHe iJllfgj&j^^^^^^K ago, Mr. F. B. Suttor surprised ^heoMH^^^^W chasing the gem of the show at tfe'^BIJ^^B of over 600 guineas. Many of this anit||||IH^^^B j must fce in the district, and it is to b&iM|3ja^^^^Hy Mr. Suttor* s return from England ^llS^^^^^^M sending some...

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Industrial and Agricultural Populations. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

Industrial and Agricultural Populations. The French journal ^Industrie Laitie're has com piled the following table, showing the proportion of the industrial to the agricultural population in the Ifeading countries in which agriculture is fol lowed : — Per 1000 Inhabitants. Industrial. Agricultural. Italy ? 228 ? G26 Scotland ? 548 ? 188 England ? 545 ? 140 Switzerland ? 419 ? 459 Germany ? 363 ? 467 France ? 319 ? 463 United States ? 244 ? 473 Austria ? 222 ? 592

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AWAKING TO OUR DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

AWAKING TO OUR DANGER. I think that the simple statement of facts given in. this present article will awaken many men. especially the working men, to the fact that it is our governmental system, and not freetrade, that has pinched us down the last two years. The capitalist and capitalist institutions have paid scarcely a cent to the revenue, *.vhile hugely profiting on our temporary distress. We want taxation of property— and I say coin is property as well as houses and laud — and when we have that we cau give, under the grand policy of decentralisation, the vast sums of muni cipal revenue to the centres of inland life where they are created. We thus give to the country — which is the*only source of our national substance — the wherewithal to develop centres of enterprise as against the city. We en courage the people far and wide to become self-governing and to watch the expenditure of their own money ; we kill legislative log-rolling, aud gradually cut down our fearfully costly gov...

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Our Sydney Letter. 9th July 1887 [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

#ur ^gdncg l#tr. S^EiOM OUft OWN CORRESPONDENT.! 9th July 1887 ^^^^in^ntli has been a scries of Jubilee BraBlli&foifeiilie ink of my last was scarcely HHBiiljf^frf Sydney Republicanism had I^B^^^fe^6^11^' convened by the Mayor, ^^HanSl&fedeii, and given us, a splendid ^^HW|I liberty these selt styled Free ^^^^^^H^K^r^or ^e tw0 c^asses seena nearly ^^^^^^^H^^iijbreat us to, could they once ^^^^^HEBffiMpPOlrer. Extremes meet, and the ^^^^^^B^piers of our patriotic party gave us ^^^^HHragip^fe' after^meeting a good deal of ^^^^H^HR|Mth- doubtless, was the result of ^^^^^Hraray^peBking, when their own dignity ^^^^?R||f^tr!ottsni had been ruffled by the ^H^H^^S^6^- As a matter of hard fact, ^^^^^?Hj^^pfoiribSr of the noisy ones were as IRJ^^^BHSXiiP a b, the best of those on the plat jjy^^^HB|f|i§iJ their temper and youth to sway ^^^^^^BSI&bt'W noisy demonstration aganst I^^^^^BH^PfV^oe by certain official and offici ^^HBSSiii& *he rights of freedom in a ^...

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