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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 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* TEEMS OB1 ADVERTISING : 8. d For the first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered for speoial positions will be charged as under :— For the lot 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. -§lu §athttrst fast TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1888. ANEW AND INTERESTING STORY WILL COMMENCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF The Bathurst Post! PECK'S~BAD BOY AND HIS 'PA.' igT Every man, woman, boy, and girl in Bathurst should look for future issues of the ' POST,' as this story is one of the most interesting ever penned.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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PAPER HE HESSIAN FLY. Department of Mines, 11th February, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1888

PAPER HE HESSIAN FLY. Department of Mines, 11th February, 1888. biR, — I most respectfully beg to invite your attention to the following telegram which appeared in this day's Sydney Morning Herald : — 'The Hessian fly is causing much damage in the , Wellington district' (New Zealand). [ This fly (Cecidomyia destructor. Say), which is [exceedingly destructive to wheat, and I believe to I allied grasses, has recently been the cause of con ? siuerable consternation h England (where it ? appeared suddenly within the last eighteen months). I Having there caused considerable damage to the I wheat crops, it has been the subject of investigation I by Commissioners specially appoited by the British I Government. I As, according to the above telegram, this ob I noxious pest has appeared in sufficient force to I cause damage to crops in New Zealand, it will pro I bably soon be brought thence to this and the I adjoining colonies, if it is not already here. It would ? be well, therefore, to put ...

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

GAS! CHEAP GAS ! I Gtas Stoves ! Gas Stoyes ! lifer* \ A / C7 D D jP (^ f*\ liave pleasure in intimating to the HS^r YV.-tLDD 0^ UU. Residents of Bathurst that they are now Hfeft-letW arrangements whereby they may be able to supply those desirous of Hflfiiti1' 'the Gas for Heating anl Cooklii-r Purposes with the vey best, latest, and Kir', approved descriptions of f GAS STOVES, RANGES, AND HEATING APPLIANCES. Rp _ ? ? ? fc ? . FULL PARTICULARS IN FUTURE ISSUE. m WEBB & CO., Importers, George Street, Batl(urst, fas, -^ktejbb cte co. I WONDER OF WONDERS! ^000 MILLINERY HATS AND BONNETS I Prices Commence at i/- and 2/- each — worth 7/6 to 15/6. TRIMMED BONNETS, 2/-, 5/11, 10/6, and 12/6 i LADIES' FELT HATS, 1/- and 2/ LADIES' SATIN HATS, 1/- and 2/ I CHILDREN'S BEAVER HATS, 1/-, usually 7/6 ; and 3/11, usually 10/6 I Clearing Line of BONNETS, only 6d each. These are worth 8/6 I COLORED STRAW HATS, 6d each — a clearing line, many of which are I worth 5/6. I The above E. WEtJB &a...

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

|PLQU^H8! fteductionsl PLOUGHS STALiTLINO REDUCTIONS in the PRICE _ of I DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS ! ? RANSOME'S RNCD Double - furrow Plough ? with Patent. Doul-I-'-whw] Lifting Gear, £10 ? 10S., reducoil from £14 10s. ? RANSOME'S RNDD .iitro, £12 12s., re ? duced from £16 17s. 6d. ? RANSOME'S RLCD Douhle-furr w Ploughs ? with Patent Bowl Land Wheel, £11 Us. ? Ditto, with Steei Beams, £12 12S. ? IgirCall and See the above before purchasing ? elsewhere, or send for full Illustrated Price List. I E. Webb~& Co., ? Aguicultural Implement DepVf, [ GEORGE ST., BATHURST.

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

i The Teeth. — Some few weeks since a friend of I ours was troubled greatly with tooth ache. He was I kept awake almost all of two nights with that I beautiful (?) sensation so well known to many of our 1 readers to need no comment. He was about to run I to the tool chest to seize a pair of pincers and I ' draw forth ' at least one of his tormentors, when, I suddenly, he remembered that there were some [ Dentists in Bathurst. Accordingly he lay awake I l°nging for the morning to dawn. At last it came. He soon found his way to a Dentist. By means of a ' prospecting tour,' a tender spot was soon found and the ' pick ' sent through a cap to pay a visit to gentleman cammonly called Mr. Nerve. This was particularly disagreeable to our friend, who had not known what it was to have the nerve in a tooth touched for about twenty years. The tooth was I pronounced good except for the hole. If this were [ filled up it would do good service for some time. I J-he next performance was to find how ...

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

Morris's 9$ ^PlmpBrial Eye Ointment. A SPECIFIC FOR BLIGHT & CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE EYE. Unlike most preparations, this specific affords almost pfstant 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, Ncw-Urlilge. ' In the testimonials I gave you I don't thnk 1 mentioned the case at a man having had bad eyes for upwards of fifteen yo,irs. He had been under many medical mon, and had spent a little fortune in endeavouring bo get relief, one day, in a desponding way he complained to me of liis sufferings. I felt great sympathy for him— liis eyes appeared like balls of fire. I asked him if lie could get nothing to relieve him, he replied that he had tried everything. On asking him if he had tried Morris's Eye Ointment, ho mid he never had, but supposed it was like the rest of the so-called cures, ' of no good.' With this, after telling tninof the cure...

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

qow to cop i cough ! /*'*HECK it in its early stage ! Don't neglect it until it \^ it gets so bad you cannot rest, and then in very despair drink all the drugs and nos; rums advertised. The remedy is very simple and lays over your own door ; or. rather, we should have said, just inside the doors of the Western Warehouse. Our remedy is free from all poisonous drugs and not unpleasant to take, and generally effects a a cure in a few days. ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU OF THIS FACT ! Take twelve yards of E. Webb and Co.'s celebrated Flannel at HJd per yard, and make it up into under garments ; wear them until you experience the benefit and warmth, and then recommend the Flannel to your fri« nds. READ OUR PRICE LIST! White Union Flannel, 8'd, 9|d per yard. Heavy Imitation Flannel IHd, 13d, 15d, 18d, 19Jd per yd. Medium Welsh, Flannel, lOfd. ll£d, 13£d, 15d, 17d, VJ%& and 22£d Electoral Flannel, Pink Edge, 12d, lPd, lfifd, £ld, 23d, up to 2s 4fd. Saxony Welsh. l!£d, 13Jd, 15£d, !8£...

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. CHAPTER II—(concluded).—VARITIES OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1888

AUSTBALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. BY ALBEET 8TAPLKT0N ARMSTRONG AND G. OBD CAMPBELL. chapter ii — (concluded). — varities of sheep. The only weak point of the beat French merino, as a wool-producing animal, is the want of that hardi ness which adapts it to our changeable climate. The French sheep has not only been highly kept and housed from storm and dew for generation', but it has been bred away from the nominal type of its race. The Dishly sheep of Mr. BakeweH ate not a more artificial variety, and all highly artificial varieties become comparatively delicate in constitu tion. The following frank and well-condensed opinions on this subject are from the pen of an American writer, Mr, F. M. Botch, who imported to his coun try, in conjunction with Mr. Taintor, some of these sheep, aud'who, a few years ago had a most admira ble sock of them. He writes : — ' France I visited two or three times, with a view to import merinos, and sent out to Mr. Taintor quite a number of the French vari * v....

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

? USE ONLY I RECKITT'S Pure Blue. I Sold in Is, 6d, and 3d Boxes. I SOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE I GROCERS. 1 Plinteii for the proprietors by GLYNDWR WHALAN, at bis&e»etfl ? Printing Offloa fiohool of Art? Buildings Howlok-street, Batbnrst* ?

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

The Bathurst Pqst IS published on the 15th of everc month, and having the most extensive circulation of any T»w8paper in the West, is unrivalled as a^1 ADVERTISING ajfDIUM. TBB1|S OF I|-VipiS|NG : For the first inch of .space, pr part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding aph, O| 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 Bifioount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. ^ISlT THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT! WHEBE WE? ^ IW! I T W *mB aSain sorted in busi ? «l ? O IVI 1 I I I ness with a large, varied, and entirely New Stock of Fancy Goods, Glass and China Ornaments, Uooks and Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes, Toys, &c.j &c, which he is selling at lowest prices. ? Glass Shades, all sizes, in Stock. Agent for VINDIN & CO., Foreign S...

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

jHGfit 'fSHKy' 'WTB 'D 13 jfiy ^'*B ^^ 9H§B^ 'w w^ J^JB Jcl xS Cftw %*-# m M ^ ^ ?Hr^ ? ^^^ — ^^^ - — ^^ ^^ ^ y . MM Have Received some VERY LARGE CONSIGNMENTS of m. GROCERIES, OILMAN'S STORES, ETC., Ht would direct particular attention to the fact of their being purchased first hand from the Largest Commercial Centres Hj|& of the World. They have landed, ex late arrivals — ?ifMLcks Coarse Salt 200 Gases American Kerosene, 150° test 118 Boxes Eleme Raisins H -W „ Fine „ 50 Cases Pratt's Gasoline, 86° test 69 Boxes Muscatel Raisins M^1»ses American Kerosene, 130° test 50 Barrels Best New Currants 18 Cwt. Keiller's Conversation Lozenges Hwi^R^-p^^f ' » 135° » 120 Boxes Sultana Raisins 10 Cases Underwood's Devilled Ham ^fe ;'??'?? 20,000 La Patura Cigars, in 100 boxes ; 3 Cases Morton's Breakfast Bacon. ?Uso, Large Quantities of all descriptions of Oilman's Stores, Preserved Fish, Fruits, Condiments ; in fact, everything Jff~n requisite for a well-stocked Grocery Department. ?§...

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THE HESSIAN FLY. "NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1888

THE HESSIAN FLY. ' Notice , ' Discovery of the pupa case (flax seeds) of the Hessian fly among the Light Grains and Kefuse from Threshing Machines ; arid upon Imported (Straw. ' Pupa cases of the Hessian fly have been discovered in ousiderable numbers among the light grains and weed eeds and other refuse from recently threshed wheat and -arley. ' In view of the urgent importance of preventing the listribution of these pupa cases, and their subsequent de elopineux into Hessian flies, in the first warm days of authorities to warn agriculturists of this danger. ' The light grains and * chogs, ' and the weed seeds and all other refuse which fall through the riddles and screens should be carefully examined. If pupa cases are found, the Light grains and * chogs : should be disposed of, so as to effectually prevent the distribution of the insect ; while the weed seeds and other refuse should be burnt. ' As pupa cases have been found upon imported straw, just above the first or second joint...

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A True Case of Red-Tapism. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1888

A True Case of Red-Tapism. Now that the winter months have set in, we hear complaints of cold o» all shies. Those who are un fortunate enough to be unable to secure coal or wood to keep themselves warm fare very badly in deed in such places as Bathurst or Orange, or any equally cold part. A fin? on a cold day or evening is what the poorest needs almost as much as he does the very food \w eats. Those who are compelled to remain indoors during the winter, find that to do so is unpleasant, even when they are able to get the benefit of warmth from a good fire. But when unable to get this small return for the imprisonment, it is painful in the extreme. This our boys and girls have to bear at our Public School, so report says. Parents, what on earth can you expect your children to learn, if they are kept on cold stools, in a cheerless room, without a fire ? What is more likely to stunt the growth o£ a child than to keep him in such a room? It only needs a pool of water to cover the floor ...

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DRESSES AT THE DRAWING-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1888

DRESSES AT THE DRAWING ROOM. The Duchess of Buccleuch, Mistress of the Robes, appeared to advantage in a handsome black velvet bodice aud train, lined with ric-i black silk, the dress gauze being heavily beaded ; while the Duchess of Roxburghe looked exceedingly well in a petticoat embroidered in black chenille draped over black satin, the oodice and tram being ot velvet. Black velvet was also worn by Lady Dudley, whose magnificent jewels and posy of delicate shaded vio lets attracted universal attention. The dress worn by the Countess of Bective was certainly one of the most bti iking and effective at the Drawing Itoom, It consisted of train and bodice of wide striped black moire, each stripe quite a quarter of a yard in width, trimmed with beautiful Ohantilly lace ; the petticoat was made of the same lace, trimmed with jet and ornamented with jet birds, clusters of lilies and dia monds. Her only daughter, Lady Olivia Taylour. looked very attractive in au Kmpire gown formed of a co...

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

MISS M. BRAY [ \A/ILL RESUME LESSONS on PIANO and in | fr THEORY on 2ND JULY. ®t VACANCIES for a FEW PUPILS. I fiussell-street, 15th June, 1888. W. F. ROBERTS, LATE OF BATHURST, (Certificated Assayer, Metallurgist, &c, of the School of Mines, Ballarat, Victoria), PERFORMS Assays and Analyses of alldescrip ??- tions of ORES, MINERALS, &c. Results forwarded by return of post. Fmes : Assay for Gold and Silver in the same sample... 10s Assay for any other metal ? 10s Reduction made in fees as per agreement. Full particulars on application. Electro Plates for Gold-saving Purposes made to order. Also, Battery-Tables & other Gold-saving Appliances. assay office : 87 yor:: street, Sydney. I 1 USE ONLY reckitts Pure Blub. Sold, in Is, 6d, and 3d Boxes. SOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE GROCERS. J ? BLANKETS ! MAKE NO MISTAKE about it! Winter is upon us, and those Housewives who have not given -—? WEBB'S a call for BLANKETS should i-p-j r y-v do so at once, as having opened up t...

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

GAS! CHEAP GAS ! Gas Stqyes ! Gas Stoves ! E\ A/ C R R /P f& C^S ^ave P*easure ^ intimating to the ? V V CL I(D RD Oil VV . Residents of Bathurst that they are now completing arrangements whereby they may be able to supply those desirous of utilising the Gas tor Heating and Cooking Purposes with the very best, latest, and approved descriptions of GAS STOVES, RANGES, AND HEATING APPLIANCES. E, WEBB k CO,, Importers, George Street, Batl(urst. GAS STOVES ! Gas Stoves ! Gas Stoves ! E. WEBB & CO. WOULD strongly advise all intending PURCHASERS to well consider and thoroughly wei?h the matter of selecting A GAS COOKING STOVE bcfoiv, tlu-y Jiro led to purchase one that will be both expensive and flimsy, and though doing its work fairly well, will require a large amount of gas to keep it tho roughly hot. There is not the slightest doubt that those stoves which will retain their heat for the greatest length of lime, and when heating consume, the least quantity of gas, are the...

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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER I. THE BOY WITH A LAMB BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1888

PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER I. THE BOY WITH A LAMB BACK. The Boy couldn't sit down — A Practical Joke on the Old Man— A Letter from ' Daisy '-—Guarding the Four Corners— The Old Man is unusually Generous— Ma asks awkward Questions—The Boy talked to with a Bed-Slat — No Encouragement for a Boy ! A young fellow wfao is pretty smart on general principles} and who is always in good humour, went into a store the other morning limping, and seemed to fce broke up generally. The proprietor asked him if he wouldn't sit down, and he said he could'nt very well, as his back was lame. He seemed dis couraged, and the proprietor asked him what was the matter. ' Well,' says he, as he put his hand on his pistol pocket and groaned, ' There is no encourage ment for a boy to have any fun nowadays. If a boy tries to play an innocent joke he gets kicked all over the house.' The storekeeper asked him what had happened to disturb his hilarity. He said he had played a joke on his father and had been ...

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

ALEXANDER'S GLACE COTTON IS THE BEST. i JOHN IDE & GO.' S I I Corp* Flour Is a Household Requisite of con- I stant utility. I NOTE. — Purchasers should insist upon I being supplied with WADE & CO.'S I CORN FLOUR, Inferior kinds, as-j I serting fictitious claims, are being offered to I the public. I PATROnTseToCAL INDUSTRY!! BUY YOUR I Fruit Trees, Ornamental Trees, I Flowering & Evergreen Shrubs, Roses,! At r: coleman's, I Perndale NurservI Piper-st., Bathurst. I THOUSANDS TO CHOOSE FR0&1 INSPECTION INVITED. I — ??...? . — ... ?.—-?? .!'..'i'rri*'-'.'~'''.'i'~*~M~ ? -~--- ??-?? .—— — ~ -- _— t ----- }^H Printed fcr t*p iWnPtore hv 01-YV1VA U WMALAJC, «t MyQC^B

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1888

BRIEF MENTION. The Centennial banquet cost £28&±~4£P ?^£?'jM§ the gifts of provisions, £2767 14s. Gd. ; a^f^fc^B illuminations and decorations, £5084: 3s. \ ^H| The South Australian Minister for Eduteation^H caauot see the force of stopping the manufacture of JH opium in the .Northern Territory, as that would 19 only be the moans of increasing the profits of the Iff Chinese merchants in Hongkong. m The Prospect reservoir now contains 6,000,000,000 gallons, or sufficient water to satisfy Sydney at the present rate of consumption for 500 days. A number of forged £5 notes on the Aus-I tralian Joint Stock Bank are in circulation in the I city. I The Victorian Government are not in a position as yet to declare their tariff revision or electoral reform proposals. The Chinese refuse to leave the Croydon (Q.) goidfield, having taken counsel's opinion on the subject. If arrested they threaten to bring test cases. The miners at Croydon (Q.j threaten to eject the Chinese from the field...

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. CHAPTER IV.—CROSSING. Cross-Breeding between the Merino and Coarse Breeds.— [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1888

TuSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. BY ALBKIIT STAPLETOX ARMSTRONG AND G. OBD CAMPBELL. ' ijBit.. .'' CHAPTBK IV. — CROSSING. mKtoss-Byeeding between the Merino and Coarse ??»?-;:. '. -:; Breeds.— ^^H^tliis subject weagaiu quote from Mr. Uandall : — ^^^R^lliie Tii'^ge of cross-breeding between fine and ^^Hp||i#ooUc-l sheep is comparatively limited, because ^^^^§|:l|Ut :oue breed of the former of any recognized ^^^Bl^i^» v*z-' tne ruer»no- And no intelligent ^ |-iesent day would any more think of ^H^^^p£ti& tnerino with another Lreed to improve ^?^ tiuttriicteristics sought in the merino than lie ^BP|ilfl of alloying gold with copper to improve the ^wiaimes or the gold. ^^K^^ilm. the object of such crossing has been to HB||^i&ve coarse inferior races, it has succeeded for ^^^Ijiftiin purpose?. The coarse, common sheep of H^^il|9jitotrj# Xor xixaiuple, are always rendered more ^ttpluable t-y the infusion of merino blood. They H^ftiiif materially in fleece, and lose in no other...

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