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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

m. WEBB *fc OO.J IMPORTERS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF AGRICULTURAL I&JPLEPTS, jj Have jeceived their usual Complete Supplies of \ y^f g™BpilllH PLOUGHS & FITTINGS, '.'4HI And request an inspection from all Farmers who may be in want of any. THE ASSORTMENTS ffi!S^ EXTENSIVE, AND COMPRISES - ''i^l^Hl^ HORNSBY & HOWARD'S SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS, S^^SS HOWARD'S, RANSOME'S, & RITCHIE'S DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGHS ??« r: HOWARD'S TWO AND THREE FURROW RIDING PLOUGHS ftW HOWARD'S ZIG-ZAG AND SIMPLEX HARROWS :^M^mi LADOW'S JOINTED PULVERIZING DIS&^BOT ACME PULVERIZING HARROWS, CLOD-CRUSHER, AND LEVELLER ^^ TWO-HORSE TRUSSED WOOD, & TWO, THREE & FOUR HORSE TUBULAR WHIPf|p|j| E. WEBB & CO. have the Largest and Best Assortment of ' 4 ill vjj | PLOUGH SHARES AND FITTTN^ ^ In the District. The PRICES ARE LOW, and Farmers would SAVE MONEY by^^^M j Purchasing their Supplies from them. ^^^M / CHAFF CUTTERS AND HORSE GEi|^( The very large assortment...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Linseed Oil for Waggons. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

Linseed Oil for Waggons. Five shillings invested in oil, and an hour's time applying it to your waggon wheels, will save you the expense of having the tires of your waggon cut and shut, and perhaps a break-down or trouble of some kind just when you least expect it. Put the oil into a shallow vessel and heat it as hot as you can. Raise the waggon wheel as when oiling the spindle, and place the vessel under so that the rim will pass through the oil. Pass the rim through the oil slowly three or four times, and the work is done. The hot oil saturates the felloe and prevents it from becoming water-soaked.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That "Barren" Country.—Grand Sam of Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

That 'Barren' Coj^^Gr^WfM Nyngan.— A grand sample of wheat has just ^|p^^p*©*f ^:SjS| in by Mr. H. F. Hall, oE Hermitage .Plaints* ^W^^W^^^^M farm in the district of West Bogan. This'same'7i3fe^i-^^fei^^ been described in Parliament as barren and wojtM^bI^H^H country. He refused 4s a bushel for the sample. ?'' ''£ :M**WlBj|g

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

IK: Publications received.— We have received ?Horn the ^u^foliere, Messrs. H. Cecil Sl.-ule and Co., B|l|py. oflfiir \W$i W- Centennial Musical Cabinet, Kjjj||i|^ j^easure in congratulating them on the IBBK^tegAmtofed , in placing same before the ^^^&|te^ie production compare? favmiraljy ^HHH^^^ittbli^ied -in the colonies, nnd ^^BBBllili|ry good selection of popular suugs. ^^^^^^^^Pwacker, the organist of All Saints* ^BB^^^^ffiS-opulai' conductor of the Bathurst ^B^wlBI^^MfiKrtfek a i( Centennial March' and WppHH^KIsDinm'nc- ? Wheel.' from his opera 'BillB^^pfeworkis excellently got up, and will ?HiHK#4r; enrired for* *?:^l^tel^Holiday Association Cricket R£|;l^^Bare f lad to see that this club has a ffi^j^^BSSt^ ^lsy soason as tbev :ue continually mlHHili'bHil the various, country teams i||:-:^^^S6tfct- 'They played Mount Pleasant ^^^^HHw^k, winning after a very exciting ^^^m^^m&^-- -^lis week they v]*y ^ennis Wi'^^^^^^^^y^i^e same fcime k°k* a cric^et ^S^;t^^^^^^tt...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fattening Properties of Carrots.—The [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

Fattening Prooerties of Carrots. — The carrot has more fattening qualities than other roots, and for this rea9on is particularly adapted to sheep, young cattle and all animals intended for meat. Carrots will help to fatten animals quickly and with less cost than other roots, and quick fattening produces tender and juicy meat. An attorney in Dublin having died very poor, a shilling subscription was set on foot to pay the ex penses of his funeral. Most of the attorneys and barristers having subscribed, one of them applied to Toler — afterwards Lord Chief Justice Norbury — ex- pressing a hope that he would subscribe a shilling. ' Only a shilling ?' said Toler. ' Only a shilling to bury an attorney ? Here is a guinea. Go and bury one-and-tweaty of them.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Prospecting Vote.—Indigation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

The Prospecting Vote.— Indi^^K^SS Meeting:. ? :^Mfc:l!* Nyngan.— A big meeting was held herd on ^^MWm- - ^ Mil to protest against the prospecting vote : being^^^^^B^fK i^lMH two special spots, one of which' is : beyond J^^^^WaSe^#»jM§ committee was also appointed to employ iue&4nun§fraw|;;£ '?'. '~&&fc^B| prospect. A resolution was also passed tliaS^®raHB^^?SS^H| wages, instead of 30s. as proposed. V .. . ^ ^^^R i3P^«M

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

? pur & SON'S COCOA is the best I p??1. orSSS'Si COC°A EXTRACT guaranteed pure. I &! i tZl ™^OCOA a d.Ucious beverage ? FEY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of ? FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE ? FEY & SON'S CHOCOLATO cReImS I FRY ? 5222 S^Xr®03™ OP CHOCOLATE H £5i & S0N s CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS ? FRY k SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLLS! IE. WEBB & CO., ? BATHURST AGENTS. WEBN ESD AY H ALF-HOLI Q AY TPHE undermentioned Storekeepers, &c, in Bathurst, having generously consented to 0 L 0 S.E * THEIR RESPECTIVE ESTABLISHMENTS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LN EACH WEEK, commencing JANUARY, 1888, the Employees earnestly request the General Public .and the LADIES in particular, kindly to assist them in their endeavours to uphold thfciprinciple of the HALF-EfOLIDAY by NOT SHOPPING AFTER ONE O'CLOCK Otf WEDNESDAYS. The Butchers and Bakers, so far as they have been solicited, have expressed their willingness to co-operate as far as the peculi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

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. TERMS 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 list inch, or part thereof ? 3 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 d %* 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. 8flw §atfcttrsi |ost WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888.

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Try this for Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

Try this for Rheumatism. j The following remedy was recommended recently I and tried, and took away the agonising pain. One quart of milk, quite hot, into which stir one ounce of alum : this makes curds and whey. Bathe the part affected with the whey until too cold. In the mean time keep the oiirds hot, and after bathing put them on as a poultice, wrnp in flannel, and — go to sleep (if you can). Three applications should be a perfect cure, even in aggravated cases.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Aselecting Storing Seed Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

fflBpgy||ria Storing Seed Potatoes. ?Hpltoeyitt?. of selecting and pr^orviiifr pata ??SJj^^Tf the first place dig them before ?pJr:perTect]y ripe, and while there is » little Kffiss in %he vines, just enough to allow you to lipteaintiia little on the seed end. This idea Kiiien tested for two or thr^o years, ana tne ?Hpe onpreason why some growers keep their BpKlip SK&e standard. In the second place, ^nwHiei^ifiDm hills which have the largest Mii|t?®E ~$& specimens in them — those which Hifkg mibby ones, or the least number of small Hfe&Seed potatoes should always be picked out inpifel iron! the main crop before they are stored. p M if there is not time to pick them out of the | Yjyhen they are dug, they can be picked out of fe^W^BTtd the, best taken. None should ever be jliffior this purpose that have been injured in the .least by the hoe or other instrument used in digging. Pfire seed potatoes in the bam or cellar, where ir is iS-ld. Put them in small boxes,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

TERRIBLE CALAMITY I I WEBBS BESIEGED I I : FULL DETAILS. Cut Down in the Prime of Life ! what ? TK7HY. WEBB'S Superb Canvas Stripes are * * now cut down to the ridiculously low price ' of 4/11 per dozen yards, usual price 20/-. Come and see them, as these goods will have a lapid exit from their present abode, and ARE DOOMED to wander over the face of the earth in the company of the fairest, viz. — the Ladies of Bathurst. 'WHEN INSPECTING these Goods, ask to see the undermentioned — Hollands, 3|d per yard Book Muslins, 2Jd Prints, from 2/6 per dozen. ~. E; ...WEBB &XXX, Universal Providers, FANCY (Department) FANCY ! Don't Waste your Time Going all round the City Looking for Bargains ! E. WEBB & CO. Can be relied on to serve you at the bottom prices. You see, we buy for cash straight from the makers of the Goods, so can afford to do the thing as rea sonable as possible. Don't Forget This If you Want to SAVE MONEY when Shopping ! E. WEBB & CO.'S Is the place fa...

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Causes of Bitter Cream. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1888

Causes of Bitter Cream. First — ragweed in the pasture. This is a frequent I cause when cows are fed in stubble or mowing lands. I The flavour given by ragweed is a disagreeable, in I tense bitter, quite different from that caused bj fer f mentation of the milk. Second — mildew, but especially the red-spotted mildew, which forms upon the cream in damp cel lars, and appears in spots about the size of a split pea. This is caused by the impregnation of the [ cellar with spores of the mildew, and is very difficult I to get rid of. The only way I have succeeded in I doing it is by burning sulphur in the cellar, which is I kept tightly closed for a considerable time, until the I walls are saturated with it, and afterwards by [ keeping the air dry by means of a box of freshly f burned lime kept in it until it is air-slaked. Third — keeping the milk too long without skim [ niing until the whey separates and the cream floats I upon it ; also by keeping the cream too long without t churning. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

J BOOTS ! B BOOTS! BOOTS I&. As the Soldiers at Reviews endeavour at the MARCH PAST to exceed their previous efforts, so we, during this Month of March, intend to ' MARCH PAST ' all pre vious efforts. E. WEBB & ©O. ARE continually opening NEW GOODS, com prising the best Makers of ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL BOOTS & SHOES, great care being taken in this Department to ..—^.select none- but reliable -Makers-'-goods. - ? To try the true value of Boots, there are three things we must take into consideration : — 1st — The amount of wear they ?»ive. 2nd — The amount of comfort they give. 3rd— The Cost. Every Description of Boots & Shoes Made to Measure By thorough Practical Workmen. BOOT REPAIRING in all its branches. Boots Repaired, whether our own Make or not. OLD SHOES. How much a man is like old shoes, For instance, both a soul may lose ; Both have been tanned, both are made tight, By Cobblers both get left and right : Both 'need a mate to be complete,...

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THE NUTSHELL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

J||tE NUTSHELL COLUMN. jBf||||l|Hft Hamilton ?tat«-? fhftt the British navy MSjiiiff^jN'sent time supeiior t-» the navy «*t' any 'wK^ury ia the Newman divorce case were unable Kl^'^^^^l^cH-. of the Newcastle Decentralisation BftS^WPiias been formed at Wallsend and Platts ?IfllwteS;-' ? ?ISSiMifftl^ gold-bearing quartz reef is reported to ^^SjM^e|n discovered about ten miles from Cowra. Klfm^BiflAlL is said to be greatly impressed with H§§f ^Superiority of the route to the Jenolan Caves via ^^^^p^ictoria. . Mp^^'lH'E -disease which has broken out among sheep ^K in Queensland, and which is known as 'horse ;S mange,' is declared not to be infectious. '^M The Victorian gold yield for the quarter ending T^k December last showed an increase of 6309oz. over '^B the same period of the previous year. '^m The Speaker, on the 6th inst., refused a motion ?V by Mr. Hassall in favour of providing a 24ft. ring WT in the vicinity of the Assembly for quarrelsome ? members. ? The Minister for Mines h...

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. CHAPTER II—VARITIES OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. CHAPTER II — VARIT1ES OK SHKEP. All the wild sheep known arc natives either of mountainous regions or of dry and elevated table lands* l*hey are gregarious, a character which the domestic sheep fully retains. They are generally flann in small flnr-lr« find t\ro nnt oupWv nnni'nfl.t'had. taking refuge in flight, a sharp, whistling sound emitted by one of the rams serving as an alarm to tlie, whole flock ; although they are very capably of making a vigorous defence wh-*n driven to close combat. A ram of domestic species is, indeed, able to sustain a contest with a bull, taking advantage cf his greater agility, and butting against his foe with his strongly armed forehead. ;Y ram has been known to throw a bull on the ground at the first onset, and is always ready to defend himself and his companions against a dog Many rams exhibit great pugnacity. Sheep differ from goats in their mode of fighting. Goats rear themselves on their hind logs and throw themselves ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEIR AIM IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

THEIR AIM IN LIFE. Admirers of protectionist Victoria, please take great care in reading the following : — ' Mr. Pulsford, the secretary of the Freetrade Association, has got a fancy for relying upon hard facts on which to base his arguments, that makes him a very dangerous opponent jor protectionists to deal with. When he pointed out some time ago that the wages of railway porters in protectionist Victoria were lower than in free-trade New South Wales, he was howled at after the usual fashion jy the exiles who are endeavouring to propogate protection in this colony. It was not long, however, before his assertion was not only shown to be a fact- but that connected with it was the circumstance that the demand for employment as railway porters in Victoria, even at a lower wage than in New South Wales, was excessive. The great organ of protection — the Age — of Monday last stated that for ninety five vacancies as porters on the Victorian railways there had been twelve hundred nominatio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

FRY & SON'S COCOA is the best M FRY & SONS COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. B FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverageB FRY & SON'S ROOK COCOA. ? FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination 4 pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt. H FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE. ? FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. ? FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. ? FRY & SON'S FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATE ? FRY A: SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS. ? FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CKEAM ROLLS. ? E. WEBB & CO., I BATHURST AGENTS. I Printed for the proprietors by Q-LYNDWR WHALAN, 6tbiBGe»e«!^B Printiug Office School of Art? Buildings Howiolt-Btroat, Batto** ^M

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BEE CULTURE. STINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

BEE CULTURE. fBV JAMES CAMPBELL, SOUTH BATHURST.J STINGS. ^KgpjJBE has provided all forms of aniraal life with powers Illlfensi ve and defensive. The effectiveness of these powers K^e:jn. proportion to the liability to attack, and are just suffi ^«fent'to ensure the continuance of the species. The product fifPife honey bee is justly esteemed -as an .article of diet by a ?itri&ffohiblc number of pilferers. fou'-foo--pd nnd two Mjgfcia,, . Hosts of individuals of the animal, fathered, and Mp&at creation regard a bees' nest with longing eyes, and ?llijptjaot f or a wholesome fear of the offensive nowers of ^^^^at^- 'would; without scruple, tear down the l^auti Ijjjjjymtff y pWI't n i 1 i ri with such infinite toil, and appro ^B^^^%i' stored sweets therein contained. Atnm.s the BKHeto. obtain the spoil will overcome the diva'J, and ^^Kalfi wiU help themselves, and put tip wiih ihi consc K^B^b|» ;|hey take the stores, and compel tin: hoos to start ^^^pi^Kie^efinement of c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

JOHN WADE & CO.' S Corn Flour Is a Household Requisite of con stant utility. ? NOTE. — Purchasers should insist upon bein# supplied with WADE & CO.'S CORN FLOUR, Inferior kinds, as serting fictitious claims, are being offered to the public. ALEX A N D E FPS GLACE COTTON IS THE BEST. lloppis's^^^ ^Imperial Eye Ointment. A SPECIFIC FOR BLIGHT & CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE EYE. Unlike most preparations, this specific affords almost ofstant relief in Blight, and, from the soothing ingredients in which it is composed, it can be applied to the tender Eyes of Infants and Children. EXTRACTS. Mr. Hugh Pearson, Merchant, Newbridge. ' In the testimonials I gave you I don't thnik I mentioned the oaso of a man having had bad eyes for upwards of fifteen years. He had been under many modioal men, and had spent a little fortune in endeavouring to got relief, one day, in a desponding way he complained to me of his sufferings. I felt great sympathy for him— his eyes appeared like ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1888

- wtif lathunt and District, E. WEBB & CO Are now showing in their Showroom all the Newest and Most Fashionable Mantles, Mantlettes, Jeckets, Coats, and Ulsters procurable in the English, French, and German Markets. Ladies, call early and see these Goods. They are perfect fitting Garments and exquisite shapes together with all the newest combination of colourings for the Season, SPECIALTIES in Plush Mantles, Mantlettes, Trimmed handsomely with Fur, &c. Silk Mantles and Mantlettes, Trimmed with Fur, Silk, Ituche, and Cord, &c. Tailor-made Jackets, in great variety, 9/11 Tailor-made Coats, ditto ditto, from 19/6 ULSTERS ! ULSTERS ! ULSTERS ! Ulsters to suit anybody and everybody. Best Value ! Best Assortment ever seen in Bathurst. Come and see the Girls' Ulsters at lOjd each Come and see the Ladies' Ulsters at 5/11 each WATERPROOF CLOAKS. Girls1 Reversible W.R Cloaks, 3/6 Maids' „ „ ,, 3/11 Ladies' „ „ „ 7/6 Who would be without one at the Price ? E. WEBB &...

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