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

BICYCLING. BY A YOUTH OF WAVEBLEY, BBIM^^^W fflftdc a -high soar when it in* BBWHBl!jft^a^-' since then the bicycle lias ^H|H^^^^^^^ & return. It costs very ^^HHB^Bfe^ y°u don't ride it. ?^^^^^?^H^^m^ i-icjcliug, commence on a I^^^^^^^H|H^^P^^)1btaining Infivraary forms, I '^ ^^^^^^B^wlR' laying in a stock of arnica I ^^^^^HBEpy ToUr colours, if you like. ^^^^HB^Mfiierally worn by beginners. j^^^^^^B^^^P^-w a machine to leain on from ^^^^^HSrafljtt &n interest in your education. 1 ^^^^^^H^^^^f onlv too glad to lend their ^^^^^^HGpp&v-.PPti't forget to ask your . I^^H^BSBiiptt ^before sending it to you, and ^jj^B|^^def is well filled. j^^^BB^^^patty at. tbc machine, you will see J^^^^HB9P|||fe? tb*i ^ie other, and you will i^^^HHEKl^f^ftlrthan the other. Your v^^^^HHH|f|| iunt from the back into the sad ^^^^^^HrafQ|f |J»|J tp.«Usniount — over the front. H^^^^Bgfiiii Pottle wheel rising up to see ^??^W^t rather getting off. By j^^^^^HnBllpibB assembled. They co...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS UNDER FREETRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1887

PROGRESS UNDER FREETRADE. Notwithstanding this temporary withdrawal, the people are making solid, good headway under the ' cursed system of freetrader There are two branches of what I may call the people's banks — the Government Post-office Bank and the Savings Banks of N.S.W. The former, as I detailed above, exhibit a withdrawal of about £50,000 ; but the latter show an increase of nearly £65,000. But this very increase shows that the city has always the call against tha country. For instance, there are only fifteen country branches of the Savings Bank, and nine of these exhibit a decline, and six only a small increase ; while the Sydney or head branch shows the great increase of £68,749. It has been ever thus — and the protectionists with us seek to further develop rather than break up this abominable system of centralization. Our growth, even with the difficulties that do afflict us, has been good enough to warrant our holding on to freetrade and extending to the people its full ...

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

MUGRIDGE BROS., SIUI SAW MILLS A! JOINERY WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AH 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 IEON. FIREWOOD AND COAL ! Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRACTOBS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. To Our 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 threatened to withdraw his patronage from this little paper, unless we keep his patrons posted mill all the information as to the great benefit they will derive by placing their orders with E. WEBB & CO. for execution. Ladies,-— we take this opportunity of informing you that the Co...

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

i ^^Bmm§y^k' This lcads I ^^^^^^^^BKPM^ ft manner that I ^^^Hi^SlTeffistrar's office a ^?HSK- b,ee vw/uting a Wi^^S^K^ ^ride^rooDi j^^^B™llli£#d man about t ^Bp1- ? -? B HH|^n^ scheme was I lite^P01 late]y- A ?^^^^^^^pppoiis foot-prints were HH^^^P^,fo his establishment. ??^^^p^ worked to perfection, for Mgj^^^mSj.' seemed curious enough to ^^S^offi)^ them to their destination. ' *JB'' ^flE Pa*ron °* a cheap eating ? 3^1 house, who complained that they now fa gave him one potato with his meat ' ' 1 whereas they formerly gave him two, I was mollified by the waiter's explana I tion— that the last lot of potatoes ~**'F they purchased was so bad that no J gentleman could eat more than one I of them. ? A The editor of a periodical having, ? through some inadvertence, inserted I the same article in two successive ? numbers of the periodical, was re I proached for carelessness. He replied ? — ' You are quite in error : the B reason for the second insertion was B this : my subscribers appro...

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

REMNANTS CHEAP ! Enormous Reductions. Clearing Lines of Dress Goods ! Wonderful Value at 7$ yard. Trimmed Hats& Bonnets! At Less than ONE-THIRD their Value ! COME & SEE THEM ! B. WEBB & CO.'B Branch Ca^ti Store, Keppel Street, Principal Store, George Street, BATHURST. ENORMOUS 1 REDUCTIONS IN THE BOOT DEPARTMENT! GIVING Complete Satisfaction to Thousands ! The Value is more than Extraordinary ! The Reductions are in Men's Goods. The Reductions are in Women's Goods The Reductions are in Maids' Goods. The Reductions are in Girls' Goods. The Reductions are in Children's Goods. The Reductions are in Infants' Goods. -HfeE. WEBB & C0.3N

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

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and, having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : b. d For the first inch of apace, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered for special positions will be charged as under : — For the 1st inch, or part 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. She §athair»t §nt FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1887.

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

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

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and, having .the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : s. d For the first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered for special positions will be charged as under :— For the 1st inch, or part thereof ? 3 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 im* k Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. SktStatkvrst $irst MONDAY, AUGUST 3 5, 1887.

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

mSE OF WINTER SEASON, 1887 ! ^RBS DEPARTMENT. ^^^^^Siifee of oar WINTER DRESS GOODS have now been ^^HERi- - MARK3^!) DOWN IN PRICE. ^^^^^^^^P^iis, Ladies ! The Nice Plain Costume Cloth that looks |^^^^H|^^^^^ »P» i-° w Marked Sixpence per yard. j^^^Bl^^^^^^o ^carry over to next Winter any Dress Materials; so, ^HH^^^^K|%-|-se left you can buy Cheap ! So Cheap ! A Dress of ?i^Blll Fashion for Little Money, at E. WEBB E^^^^^Kt call some fine afternoon, Ladies, ere this balance of WINTER |l||p§TOCK of FABRICS is gone. (But not like « the baseless fabric of a P§|f^ |~3ie|Hiiw), for all these goods are strong and durable, and well adapted I ^|-'|kr^e now very popular Tailor- Made Costumes! MOTHERS! MOTHERS! Don't look at a dream; it's the Cheap Short Ends of Dress Goods WE want you to look at. They are all Useful Lengths. JUST ON THE THRESHOLD OF OPENING SUMMER GOODS ! So all that's left of our Winter Goods MUST; and WILL be Cleared to make room for Summer Goods, now landing. Close of Win...

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

BOOTS. ^ -i|H boots r^^B NO BOOTS HAVE BEEN^SHq)«^^^H| TO EQUAL' v- v^Jt^JI E, Webb ai|d Co/s Display, ] Which they are NOW SHOWING. I Quality, Style, Durability, and Finish guaranteed. J Our Stock in this Department is the very Largest, I Cheapest and Best in the Western District. ''' A few Special Lines we offer thus : — a. d. Men's Kip Bluchers, heavy nailed ? 6 0 Men's Kip Shooting Boots ? 8 9 ?*- Men's Calf Goloshed E.S ? 10 6 Men's Calf Military E.S. Boots, Masher toe. 7 9 Women's Leather E.S. Boots, all the rage... 3 11 I Women's Sewn E.S. Boots, high in leg ... 4 11 I Women's Sewn Mock Buttons ? 5 11 I Women's Calf Balmorals ? 6 9 1 Maids' Kid E S. Boots, greatly reduced ? 5 6 I Stfri's Kid E.S. Boots, Mock Buttons ? 4 11 I Children's „ „ „ „ ? 3 6 3Krls' Kid Button Boots ? 5 S E. WEBB & CO. Bespoke or Order Department. ?pVERY description of BOOTS and SHOES I ??— ' made to their measure on Anatomical Prin- I ciples, by Practical Workmen, guaranteeing perfect I fit an...

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

We understand that the members of our Agricul tural Association are to be asked to do away with their present mode of judging the ages of the sheep at their shows, namely by their teeth. Each exhi bitor will be expected to certify that his various exhibits were lambed on such and such a day — hour, minute, and place will not be required, so far as we know — and on these statements the stewards must admit all exhibits of sheep, and the judges must award the prizes. The recommendation of the sub-committee, as published in some of our contem poraries a short time since, is most certainly incom plete, and although those gentlemen who made it no doubt believe they are right, yet we feel convinced the alteration, as recommended, is a serious mis take. As we understand the alteration, it is — ' That the ages of the sheep shall be determined by certificates from the exhibitors.*' No further condi tions have as yet been recommended. To deal with this question in a practical manner requires s...

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

=- ? WILLIAMS' eI'~T~| BA'-SAMio.coyGH.juxm ... „, ,hi. Wonderful Medicine !?? %_* THB O»»Hve .FjW*-* 23 d°5ghted Patients I __- * has Mtomshed .U00™?. . ,,e iml)rOved state of A^oog the - bl«-Xi£i » m»nk?nd this Medicine ^ Medial Science hM conferred ^hf efflcaOy and eatcty oj 'I' m_t rank M one.f ^Lil demoMtrated by -''»'-f^ ?*? ? any oflenriw matter. Prt««yb^ WILLIAMS BROS., Chemists and Morris's ^^W: w^'^P^ call fye Ointment. — Kj^onnfentsandChildre^^ V EXTRACTS. Mr. Hugh Pearson, M«^^J™gttona4 the case Is a what the Ointment wiU-grchcmist) Maryboro^lx. rfct without it in the^.; iQ^BtoflB^rtVy have derive! ' the eyes.' ? purcha ?!_s_sss£_E_i DENTISTRY. Ut I. L. ALEXANDER, 3 J SURGICAL AND Lp tt MECHANICAL DENTIST (llEGISTEUBD IN LONDON.) YieW . ^essDentrietry.Jh^s Strict!,- Moderate. 1 F » '?^_ss_& ''?**? ft ? To Our Country Patrons. own ? ^ ^^ ? the r\\m Manager in the Country Order Depart- \n i O ment Sng dissatisfied at our Casto.ners m usec Urf-g to & «d «^WB...

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

[?] : : I FBOM. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. J 10th August, 1887. Ifiroiilli&fibfl of our Houses of Parliament bas HBfiyfijiidljife & dearth of excitement. The BBffia&flii^if papers are consequently put ro BBBrallilli^ SUPP^ us wlt^ suc^ ^rtling ^^HHBliil?i^up the circulation and feed the ^^^Hg^^i J-M-lic ^ever for something spicy ^^^BEE9p Wty Telegraph, ever to the fore, ^^^HRRipinking plan of issuing stereotyped ^^^EEgSptBel P^ans they wish to bring prc ^^^HB||M}teir subscribers, and so far as I ^HHRllnftgry mark of success ; the appeal to ^BH^^S^W powerful help to the imagination ^^^Bgil|||Hoiise and Centennial Park scheme ^^HBsBl&^s *s keing followed by the Mayor, |^|EBfP|i& with a proposal that the present ^^HRQJi ^ warkets shall be rebuilt at a cost JJ^^hESeIK'**' inasmuch as his worship sees a ^^^Braf!! ^»P00 per annum in the transaction, B^RBBtefefce of £25,000 to the coiporation, ^^^Sgffifl feWre will be many opponents to the ^^^BgggHj|r^ii...

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

HABERDASHERY — AND — ' I FANCY DEPARTMENTS. FANCY DEPARTMENT. I WE are opening up in this Department 1 SPECIAL NOVELTIES | tor the coming Spring Season, which consist of a .\ MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT i rf Friilings in all shades. Also, an Assortment of Narrow Picot Edge Ribbons, in all shades, suitable ' tor Streamers, which, Ladies, are quite an adorn ment in themselves. N.B.—TIie remaiuder of our LARGE STOCK of Fur Capes, Boas, and Fur Trimmings have been submitted to a FURTHER REDUCTION, in order to give our customers every facility for pur chasing. E. WEBB & CO. HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT. This Department is now replete with a well assorted Stock of SMALLWARES. Storekeepers and Small Shopkeepers will do well to call and inspect these Goods before purchasing elsewhere. E. WEBB & CO. ribbonsHribbons. P V\7'EBB & CO. are now showing a Mag -*-'? » * nificent Assortment of the above Goods, in Satin and Faille and Satin and Velvet, with 'Picot edge, iu all shades an...

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

tirtlt tAtOAL AND DlPi0MA LONDON-1886. ^Am\ itHlt 0 K^tife. If » fiBP hi l-1111- ** liMM^0 2HMmS£ri!' Ha aiwr f »»#/ TxnTTa-E'TTr»T T* vw^Ssra lOHDOSf 'Sg^ /-/ ^yS^ SPECIALITIES ^ggjgSF ARE the very best ever offered to the Public. Free from all Adulteration. Patronised by His Excellency Lord A. LOFT US, Governor of N. S. Wales. Highly Commended. ONE FIRST & FOUR SPECIAL PRIZES. PEATE'S CHALLENGE BAKING POWDER. The best ever offered. Sold in Packets. PEATE'S EGG POWDER. The best ever offered. A valuable substitute for Eggs. Sold in Tins, Cd each. PEATE'S CUSTARD POWDER. Makes delicious Custard without Eggs, and at half the price. Sold in Boxes, Od 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 MUSCATEL 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. eac...

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

HELEN'S BABIES. rcONTIMUED.] He undoubtedly told the truth as far as be knew it ; bat reaching over tables is a bad habit in small boys, especially when their mothers cling to old fashioned heir-looms of tables, which hare folding leaves ; so I banished Toddie to his room, supper less, to think of what he had done. With Budge aloue, I had a comfortable dinner off the salvage from the wreck caused by Toddie, and then I went upstairs to see if the offender had repented. It was hard to tell, by sight, whether he had or not, for his back was to me, as he flattened his nose against the window, ibut I conid see that my poultice was gone. ' Where is what Uncle put on your anr, Toddie ?' I asked. ' I ate it up,' said the truthful youth. 11 Did you eat the hankerchief too ?' ' No ; I froed nashty old handkerchief out the window—don't want dirty old handkerchiefs in my nice 'ittle room.' I was so glad that his burn had been slight that I forgave the insult to my handk kerchief, and called up ...

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

CALICOS—CALICOS— CALICOS. ? A T Prices to meet the requirements of tbfl ^'*' Million ! An Enormous Stock, which musM ?e cleared. Ten Thousand (10,000) pieces -M hoosc from at 3d per yard to 13Jd. Come and HH f.B. — Household Linen made up at the shorfcesw| otice. JH rinted for the proprietors by OLYNDWR WHALiN. at We fteo^^B Printing Oflioe, School of Arts Buildings, Ho wick-street, &rt^**^m

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

v BEE CULTURE. 2-finr J. H* CAMPBELL, SOUTH BATHURST.] fe-|';-: HONEYCOMB. U»j|||||dj&ire Is only such where the chests of comb Hrag|||||j&vgable and surrounded by a frame made B^mnH§K|jf6Dd, as explained in the article of The ^^n|^^^ies are placed in a hive and left to H^HH||ra||§|||fel& before being interfered with, ^^^^^?SraSHi SKa M»»h will hp built; rijacnnallv ^^^^^^^^&$«fter starting fair in the frames ' ^^^HSSIP*^11 tum at tight angles to their ^^^HBSm&iDifl the frames together into a solid ^^^^H^^^^seen that whilst that state of affairs r^^^BBBf^P8^ whole utility of the bar-frame is ?^^^^^HraKP^ serviceable whilst the combs are ^^^^^HfiiiP £ven* ^ *' *8 determined to allow the ?^^^^^H^&pwfr Oombs, a narrow strip should be ^^^^^^ffilflp£'pf the top bar with a piece of string. ^^^^^^^Hglpmliatonco commence to cutaway the ^^^^^HhB&Ip fasten the comb to the top of the bar. ^^^^Hrapli^bhtttUgh their task before the latter i...

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MEXICAN WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1887

MEXICAN WHEAT3? ., ,JH sir ... .-, «i**r The Melbourne Leader says : — Farmers appear to be generally pleased with the result of the growth of the so-called Mexican wheat distributed among them last year through the agency of the Minister of Agriculture, for though the grain has nothing in itself to recommend it, proving to be something earlier than others is in its favour. Its rust-proof qualities have not had an opportunity of being tried ; and unless that character is found to hold good, it is not likely to gain a high reputation either among growers or millers. In the Wangaratta Chronicle we observe a paragraph stating that the Mexican wheat distributed among the farmers has not produced very satisfactory results. It has turned out to be the common red Indian variety, which has been in that district for the last four years. Its straw is very weak and slender ; and consequently, if sown on rich land, it falls down, which renders it very awkward for harvesting. A great lot of dif ...

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

You Might Read this, Ladies MORALISTS, HISTORIANS, AN] **** NOVELI8TS have filled libraries in picturin Ladies and their costumes in dazzling beauty ; and it i sterling truth still that one of the most exquisite sources - your pleasure and gratification in life, Ladies, is the sty] of Dress or Mantle you wear. Perhaps E. WEBB & COMPANY, who have spent thei money, labour, and skill, can assist you. IMPORTANT iiMATII INDEEI To Ladies ! To Ladies ! E. WEBB & COMPANY Importers, have opened for your inspection, case upon cases — Yes ! miles upon miles — of NEV SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES in plan and Fancy Dress Goods. E. WEBB & COMPANY'S Plain and Check Beiges, lOJd and 13 id. Nic- Tiny Checks and Soft Shades. E. WEBB AND COMPANY'S Spring Twine Cloth, 6d and 7£d, is the correel Cloth for House Wear. E. WEBB & COMPANY'S Cashmeres, 15d and 19 J, make a Dress 'a thing of beauty and a ioy for ever.' B. WEBB & COMPANY'S Check Vicima's Cloth will be all ...

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