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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

An invaluable Invention. — An invention, which promises fauiy to revolutionise the wool in dustry, has been perfected by Messrs. Ignatius I Singer, A. and M. W. Judgell, at Prospect, near I North Adelaide. It consisis of the successful ap I plication of bisulphide of carbon to the cleansing of I wool, and the extraction of products and oils. The ? process consists of passing the wool automatically land continuously through bisulphide of carbon, ? instead of causing the solution to iiow through the ? wool. SSand and other earthy matters are removed I from the ileece during the earlier stages of maceration, ? and potash and other salts insoluble in bisulphide of ?caibon are eliminated without requiring a separate ?process. As showing the economy of the process, it ?may be mentioned that with the aid of the machine ?the inventors could gratuitously wash and cleanse ? the wool ready for the carding machines of the wool ? manufacturer, and then make a handsome profit out ? of it by the p...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

PLOUGHS! Reductions! PLOUGHS STARTLING REDUCTIONS in the PRICE OF DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS ! RANSOME'S RNCD Double - furrow Plough with Patent Double-wheel Lifting Gear, £10 10S., reduced from £14 10s. RANSOME'S RNDD ditto, £12 12s., re duced from £16 17s. 6d. RANSOME'S RLCD Double-fumw Ploughs with Patent Bowl Land Wheel, £11 Us. Ditto, with Steel Beams, £12 12S. lg§f Call and See the abo?e before purchasing elsewhere, or send for full Illustrated Price List, E. WebF& Co., Aguicultural Implement Dbp/it, GEORGE ST., BATHURST. MUGRIDGE BROS., STEAM SAW M AM Jill 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, Bende, Junctions, Syphons, LIME, 0 m M B N T, PLASTER, GALVANIZED IRON. FIREWOOD & COAL. Plans & Specifications Prepared, And E...

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THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

THE SHOW. From another part of this issue it will be seen that wo are of opinion that the judges should be brought to and from all sho'ws by rail, free of charge by the Government. Our reason for so thinkiug is that they arc the ' teachers,' so to speak, for the occa sion. They decide what and which are the best, and so educate not only the exhibitor's, but the public too. If they be wrong in their decisions, they upset and undo ; if they be right, then they cause im provement and progress. Hence the grea.t import ance of obtaining first-class men as judges can be seen at a glance. The Societies in many places recognise this, and send to all parts of the colony for the best men procurable. The result is,J|lie!i better a man as a judge, the more demand^^p^ is for his services, and a good judge may almost out himself out for little else during the veara if he wentj whenever asked, and paid all his own exjpenfees. We| feel that it is wonderfully kind and patriotic of meal to travel mil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

EYiMl&tMENTY A SPECIFIC FOR BLIGHt & CHRONIC DISEASES OP THE EYE. Unlike most preparations, this specific affords aJtao-j ofetant relief iu Blight, and, from the soothing jngredicatf in, which it is composed, it pan be applied to the tond.M Eyes bf vln&nts aiid Children. EXTRACTS. Sir. Hugh Pcareon. Aferclmnt. Newbriilpn. 'In ttto testimonials I pave .you 1 don't th'nk I mcutionc-d tlio i-i-r o! & icon liaviue hail lsa-l o v'e- f or upwards of Ii.'tc3ii years. Ifch3-l \w\ under many medical niei-.an-lh;ulsi-cnt a little f.trtuii'; lni»mlfcav-niri»if! to get relief, one day. in a d&sp^nHiig waf he complained to ma ni his eufleringti. I felt i»rent sympathy for liftn—itU eyes appeared list ball* of lire. I siskeii him if !io cyuid Ret uottt'iir to relieve him. lie rjei-iic-| that he hod tried everytlriug. On a=]-iug him it ho bad trio*] Morrir* Eye Ointment* far said lie Meyer bad, but supposed it was like the rest of the so-called enres, 'of no...

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THE BATHURST SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

THE BATHURST SHOW. The Bathurst Agricultural, Horticultural and Pastoral Aassociation have just held their 26th Annual Show, on the Society's grounds, on the wA-sforn hunks of the nnhle (?\ Mannunrip. Rivpi\ The attendance was very good, notwithstanding the rain during the first day and the morning of the second day, which, no doubt, kept thousand ,- of of country people from coming in, the Show has been pronounced as one of the very best, if not the best, all round agricultural society shows ever held in the colony outside of Sydney. To our mind it is a very great pity that Sir Henry Parkes and some other prominent members of Parlia ment were not present to see for themselves what is being done in one, at least, of the country towns, in the way of educating the people. Had they been here, we think they would have come to the con clusion that, instead of cutting off the subsidies, they ought to increase them, for it would have been im possible for them to .have been present, and wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

FRY & SON'S COCOA is the best I FRY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. 1 FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverage B FRiT & SON'S ROOK COCOA. I FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of ? pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt. I FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE. I FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. I FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. I FRY & SON'S FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATE I FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS. I FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLLS. ? E. WEBB & CO., I BATHURST AGENTS. I Printed for the proprietors by GLYNDWK WHALAN, at bis Gene?1 ? Printing Office Sohool of Art? Buildings Howiok-atareet, Batonr* ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 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 fiich, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisemeuta ordered for special positions will be charged as under -i— 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. MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1888.

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. CHAPTER II—(Continued).—VARITIES OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

AUSTE&LI&N SHEEP HUSBANDRY. chapter u— (continued). — verities of sheep. JtfEEiistp SHBSp*'^'There are now many varieties of the merino, ail, however, descended from tho old Spanish flocks, which have acquired distinctive appellations, such as the French, Saxon, Silesian, Leoneae, Pauiar, American, Australian, and other merinos. Thb Spanish Merino. — The origin of this animal is involved in obscurity. The commonly re ceived account is that Oolumella, a Homan who resided near Cadiz in the reign of Claudius, coupled fine-woolled Tarentian (Italian) ewes with wild rams brought from Barbary, and thus laid the foundation of the breed ; that, thirteen centuries after, Pedro IV., of Castile, improved it by a fresh importation with rams from the same country ; and that, two hundred years later still, Cardinal Ximenes a third time repeated this ameliorating cross ; from which period, we are left to infer, the breed became estab lished about as it was found when it first began...

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Important Queries and Answers re Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

Important Queries and Answers re Poultry. Some few months ago Mr. W. H. Webb of this city sent thuteen questions to the Editor of Vinton's Fanciers1 Gazette^ London, with the hope of gaining some information as to how certain faults should be dealt with when observed in the show pen. The queries were published in the Fanciers* Gazette of January 20th, 1888, with replies by Mr. Lewis Wright — the recognised authority on poultry in England. For the benefit of those who take an interest in the ' feathered ' tribe we publish below the queries and replies. Notes and Queries. by me. lewis wright. QUERIES FROM THE ANTIPODES. I am one of those men who take a lively interest in fancy poultry. For several years past I have been de pendent upon two sources for educating myself — viz., visiting our poultry shows, and reading all the best authorities on peultry. 1 sometimes get into trouble when comparing German aud English authors' opinions; and now the Americans are giving us any amount of var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

A SPECIAL QUESTION ! Have You. Visited THOMAS BENNETT'S GREAT WESTERN FURNITURE MOUSE ? IP NOT, Do so This Month, AS HE HAS THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS IN THE DISTRICT, And being GREATLY REDUCED in PRICE gives everyone a chance of FURNISHING A HOME FOR A PEW POUNDS ! OLD GOODS EXCHANGED FOR NEW. Repairs and Upholstery of All Kinds done on the Premises.

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PROTECTIONISM AND LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

PROTECTIONISM AND LABOUR. The Baltimore Wee-hly Sun has Iron pniilishinsr a sorii s ?-of- articles by Professor Richard T. Ely -»« tl»- various phases of protection. On the effect of this policy on la^or the Professor makes some able remarks which are worthy nf attention. After descussinsr the original claim for Dro Jit^tionior 'infant industries,' Professor Ely continues : — i^ttie*jme went on the plea that protection should be ^Ig^^io^he1' infant industries' of the United States pjpeyriidiculous, and it$ advocates began to cast about for ^^j^liment which would meet with some other reply than ^Bwpislac fitnile. Manifestly the period of infancy must «|l)ii^iime,and the infant industry argument is based ^^S| §M«ti ihe Jiypothesis that protection is merely a tern -^«B fifei*^ industry plea is not ofteu hoard now and ^VB^P^B&tdLed as decidedly antiquated Yet occasionally jttj^-df the eld war-cry of the protectionists are still ^^K* f said, protectionists began to cast about for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

| IMPORTERS OF ALL DESCIJIPTIOSS OF AGRICULTURAL If LEJpTS, ||fe '* Have eceived their usual Complete Supplies of ifff PLOUGHS & FITTINGS, Kl^uest an inspection from all Fanners *vho may be in want of any. THE ASSORTMENT IS VERY ?B& EXTENSIVE, AND COMPRISES ?RfiY & HOWARD'S SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS, HI HOWARD'S. RVNSOMIi'S, & RITCHIE'S DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGHS i«f? HOWARD'S TWO AND THREE FURROW RIDING PLOUGHS ; «' HOWARD'S ZIG-ZAG AND SIMPLEX HARROWS apE* LADOW'S JOINTED PULVERIZING DISC HARROWS HE PULVERIZING HARROWS, CLOD-CRUSHER, AND LEVELLER *T& TWO-HORSE TRUSSED WOOD, & TWO, THREE & FOUR HORSE TUBULAR WHIPPLETREES. ? , E. WEBB & CO. have the Largest and Best Assortment of PLOUGH SHARES AND FITTINGS „ Jr . In. the District. The PRICES ARE LOW, and Farmers would SAVE MONEY by VjB* ^ Purchasing their Supplies from them. :*AFF CUTTERS AND HORSE GEARS. Cjwr very large assortment of these is oftthnes a matter of surprise to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

Manchester Department. AUTUMN. AUTUMN. AUTUMN. MESSRS. E. WEBB & CO. would call your VJ- attention to the fact that, although the cold weather has tcome very suddenly upon us all, they are not unprepared for it. Ever to the fore as in the past, so this Firm has not heen caught napping. For the last fortnight we have been opening up immense shipments of New and Choice Goods in all Depart ments, and this Department will not be found want ing everything for householders in klnen and Cotton Goods. Amongst the number of lines opened up, we would call your attention to the special season lines. Blanjcets! Blankets! Blankets! I .$ c°lours, makes, weights, and sizes to suit the I million. These Goods are splendid value— the best, m tact, ever offered the Bathurst public. We have also opened up some very choice things in EIDER QUILTS.. These are beautiful goods indeed— so soft and warm. GAS! CHEAP GAS ! Gas Stoyes ! Gas Stoves ! E\ A / Cpp O fS (~\ have pleasure in intimating to the ...

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Coffined Before His Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

Coffined Before His Time. The Pester Lloyd reports from Belgrade what narrowly escaped being a fatal case of shameful surperstition. The police found some nights ago, lying in the street, the body of a man apparently frozen to death. Efforts to revive him failed, and his identity having been ascertained, he ? was 'auded over to his family for interment. The cemetery was a considerable way distant ; and, as it was being reached the driver of the hearse told the Pope, who attended tor the religious service, that he heard some noise in the ?[ | n# . -^he clergyman and others drawing near also heard the noise, and all ran away lest a vampire should issue from it and attack them. The driver, terrified at finding himself alone, turned about and drove the hearse to the nearest police station. By this time a knocking was distinctly audible. The coffin was forced open, and the man was found in a very exhausted state. He complained pathetically of the attempt to bury him despite his remonstra...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

IpdjTporation Gas has been successfully laid S|iO several lamps in the centres of the principal ?feetfe in the city during the past week. Some of w|citlEens 'fancy' the light is superior to the old Kp|»y and are, accordingly, getting it laid on to Rfiir premises. The three lamps in Keppel-strcet, Kits intersections with the cross streets from the KlWay station to William-street, including the latter, n6l the one near the Town Hall, are of extra candle Kwer, and*certainly they supply a grand light. ^Dfrdre Light. — Now that the gas has become so jv&p, being only 4s. 6d. per 1000 feet if accounts ^Bpaid promptly at the end of each month, instead1 IBs. 3d., tire inhabitants are becoming more free B the quantity they use. We believe gas is Bper in Bathurst to-day than in any other city Jjl^mhHihe colony. t The Success of Webb's sales has been enor Emous. Millinery bonnets and hats have been simply Sying from the stores. Dress goods, and boots and shoes have also been enjoying th...

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CABLEGRAM. PROPOSED ROYAL MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

CABLEGRAM. PROPOSED ROYAL MARRIAGE. London, April 6, 10 a.m. — Her Majesty Queen Victoria has been intriguing with the Empress of Germany with the view of bringing about the mar riage of Prince Alexander of Battenburg and the Princess Victoria of Germany. Her Majesty has expressed the hope that the gratitude and devo tion of the Empress of Germany would induce the Emperor Fredeiick to accede to the match. Her Majesty also hoped that Prince Bismarck's old hatred against the Battenburg family would not cause further friction between himself and the Empress. London, April 6, Noon. — Rumor has it that Prince Bismarck, fearing a rupture with Russia owing to the betrothal of Prince Alexander of Bat tenburg (late ruler of Bulgaria) with the Princess Victoria, second daughter of the Empress of Ger many, has tendered his resignation as Chancellor of the German Empire. It is also stated that the Prince intended resigning owing to ill-health, but the Chancellor has denied the statement, but in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 April 1888

? VISITORS TO ? The BATHURST SHOW SHOULD NOT FORGET TO CALL AT THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT! WHERE \A/ D O |W| I T LJ has again started in busi *' ? ?* ? ^ 'VI I I II ness wjth a large, varied, and entirely New Stock of Fancy Goods, Glass and China Ornaments, Books and Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes, Toy6, &c, &c, whioh he is selling at lowest prices. ? THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT (two doors from Dr. Machattie's), GEORGE STREET. E. WEBB & CO., UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, IMPORTERS OF The Best Brands of Groceries, Oilman's Stores, Condiments, &c. GROCERY LIST. BEST QUALITY. FOR CASH at Time of Ordering. Arrowroot, 5d lb Baking Powder — our own — 4d tin Barley, Pearl, 2£d lb Biscuits, from 4£d lb Blacking (Lewis & Whitty), 5Jd doz Candles, Sperm, 6d lb Cigars, good, 12s box Corn Flour, 5£d lb Dates, very prime, 5d lb Foods, Farinaceous, Is tin Ginger, lid lb Groats (Robinson's), 10£d tin Herrings in Tomato Sauce (Moir's), H^d tin. Hops, superior, 8...

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

? VISIT THE ? SHILLING GIFT DEPOT! WHERE \A/ JD O IUI I 'T' LJ has again started in busi ^ ? ? ?* ? v^ » VI I I I I ness ^th a large, varied, and entirely New Stock of Fancy Goods, Glass and China Ornament*!, Rooks and Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes, Toys, &c., &c., which he is selling at lowest prices. — — — — Glass Shades, all sizes, in Stock. Agent for VINDIN & CO., Foreign Stamp Importers. THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT (two doors from Dr. Machattie's), GEORGE STREET. E. WEBB & CO., UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, IMPORTERS OF The Best Brands of Groceries, Oilman's Stores, Condiments, &o. GROCERY LIST. BEST QUALITY. FOR CASH at Time of Ordering. Arrowroot, 5d lb Baking Powder — our own — 4d tin Barley, Pearl, 2£d lb Biscuits, from 4Jd lb Blacking (Lewis & Whitty), 5£d doz Candles, Sperm, 6d lb Cigars, good, 12s box Corn Flour, 5£d lb Dates, very prime, 5d lb Foods, Farinaceous, Is tin Ginger, lid lb Groats (Robinson's), 10^d tin Herring...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1888

SCHOOL OF ARTS. fiusual monthly meeting of the Committee was '~ gfr *^e capacious (?) room to the right of the en * B to the reading-room : Present — Mr. J. Ruther »-resid^nt, in the chair ; Drs. Machattie, Bassett, ?ppncer; Messrs J. H. Mills, G. H. MacDougal, flan, K. A. H. MacKenzie, J. Palmer, P. H. S and W. H. Webb. Sotpath, &C. — The President announced that , w nontxftctpd with Mr. Pruen to Dave the foot Sin front of the Institution at a cost of 11s. Brcsu temporary says ' per foot.' We think it Sfbe a square yard ; and with freestone at a cost aE per foot. We understand that the Council flpay up to the value of the ordinary asphalte, say, '^^er square yard. The pavement to be put I %18 said! to be something very superior, and to I Hut ten lots of asphalte ; hence, the bargain ? \ a good one from the Borough Council's side. F Nfew Members. — Twenty-four joined during |he month, paying £6 1 5s. Finance Committee's Report showed that the accounts — expanses for the mont...

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The New South Wales Poultry, Pigeon, Canary and Dog Society [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1888

The New South Wales Poultry, Pigeon, Canary and Dog Society Have just issued their schedule of prizes for the next show. The value of the first prizes for coops (two birds) is 15s ;. second prizes 6s; single birds, first prize 10s ; second 5s. We feel that the Society is a long way behind the times in having the prizes so small. It is only fair that the competitors should stand a considerable share of the expense of running a show, which all must admit they do by taking their exhibits, and oaviner their entrance fees. Few onlv can win, and when they dot the prizes should be something worth taking. We think the time has arrived when the above Society should give £1 for first prize, 10s for second and 5s for third prize throughout the poultry; 15s, 7s 6d, and 3s 6d, for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes respectively in pigeons and canaries. We say this, bearing id mind the terms of entry — viz ; Poultry, non-members 4s each entry ; members, 21s membership and 2s each entry up to 20, all after ...

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