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

Silk Department THIS DEPARTMENT is well stocked with all the best and latest makes in Black aud Coloured Silks. Black Gros, 2s 6d to 14s 6d Black Tricotine, 3s 6d to 7s Gd Black Surah, 2s lid to 4s lid Black Ottoman, 2s lid to 6s Gd Black Faille Francaise, 4s lid to 6s 6d Black Liberty, 2s Gd Colored Liberty Silks, in all the Newest Shades, 2s Gd per yard Coloured Faille Francaise, 5s. -3d per yard E. WEBB & CO.

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

TEAS. TEAS TEAS. E. WEBB -Sc CO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR First Shipment of NEW SEASON'S TEAS BY DIRECT STEAMER FROM FOOCHOW. *T*HESE TEAS have been specially selected by our Agents in China, and can be Highly Recom * mended. They range from the strong, dark, brisk, flavoury Kaisow to the very rich, ripe, full, true Pecco Congou. STOCKS ISTOW COMPRISE. 63 Boxes, each 121b., N/S F/C Super6ne Kaisow Congou, 14s 3d 69 do do Extra Superfine Kaisow Congou, 16s 6d 88 do do Extra Choice do 20s 22 Quarter-Chests, each 201bs, N/S F/C SuperOne do 30s 20 do do Very Choice do 38s 6d 100 Half-Chests, each 401bs do Superfine do 37s 6d 220 do do Extra Superfine do 5Us 230 do do Choice do 55s 6d 122 do do Extra Choice do 63s 6d 31 do do Choicest do 75s 6d 50 do do Very Choicest do 80s 50 do do Curio Choicest 90s 6d 9 Quarter-Chests, the Very Choicest Scented Orange Pekoe, 2s 6d per Ib 5 do do Moryune Gunpowder, 2s 3d per 1b '20 do do Scented Caper, 2s 6d per lb 100 Canisters, pach 201bs, ' Shield '...

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

PEW SPRING GOODS ^P r Ready-Made Clothing Department. R|-^SL ^VITEEEKD && GO. RiBf^ much pleasure in announcing arrival of New Spring Goods for this Department. Our Shipments B||p- are being opened as rapidly as possible, and the Goods will be found grand value. Bv ^ur ^ents Suits, well cut, range from 16s 6d per Suit, and embrace higher qualities at most moderate prices. ? :' Our Gent's Trousers and Vests are good value, commencing at 7s 6d. Gent's Tweed Trousers, large variety I Gent's Bedford Cord Trousers — Drab, Brown, and Grey. Cricketing Trousers, Youths' and Men's sizes I Boys' Knicker Suits, large variety. New Shapes and Prices. Well-assorted and most economical. I Boys' Sailor Suits, pretty styles. Suited for present and coming Season. I E. WEBB & COMPANYT Western Warehouse. I Hosiery. Hosiery. Hosiery. I 'COR Variety, Quality, Style, Quantity, Finish, H ?*? and Clearness of Colour, our New and Fresh H Stock of Cotton Hosiery excels any yet imported...

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY. BY ALBERT STAPLETON ARMSTRONG AND G. ORD CAMPBELL. CHAPTER V.—SELECTION OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1888

AUSTRALIAN SHEEP HUSBANDRY, BY ALBERT STAPLETON AEMSTEONG Aim G, OBD CAMPBELL. CHAPTER V. — SELECTION OF SHEEP. Fob the following we are again indebted to Me. | Randal:— t. jj ' It is particularly fortunate for the preservatio|||I of the intrinsic value of our merino sheep, and li-ii^ tunate for the public interest, that it is alreadylf^^J testibly ascertained that the greatest ara0UQ*S^fflH is not consistent either with the greatest ani^™|H wool, or with the greatest aggregate amou^£S|j|^M yolk and wool. The black, miserably *^£ri9jjj^| my ' sheep, looking as if their wool had ^eea f oS^H to saturation ia half -inspissated oil, and ^en ^*^MB over externally with a coating of tin and lamp-bl^^H never exhibit that maximum of both len^t^HW density of wool which, with a proper degree HllES^H produces the greatest aggregate weight. iS^nH ' Yolk has been generally thought to be the||lSM ulum of wool ; and if so, its excessive secretio)^j||j^M separate substance, may diminish its se^^^^^K...

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

GfjOCEIjY LIST, for Net Cash ACID, Tartaric, 2b 7$d per lb ALMONDS, S. S.. 10d per lb ANCHOVY PASTE. C. and B., Is per jar APPLES, Dried, 7$d per lb ARROWROOT, 5d per lb BAKING POWDKR, 4Jd per tin BARLEY, Pearl, 3d per lb BISCUITS, Arnott'8 Mixed, 8d per lb „ Araott's Arrowroot, 8d per lb „ Coffee, &c, 8d per lb BLACKING, Paste, 7$d per dozen ., D. and M,, 9d per bottle BORAX, Is per lb BACON, Morton's English, belly pieces, Is per lb COFFEE and MILK, Is 7d per tin CANDIED PEEL, Lemon, lOJd per lb CANDLES, Sperm, 6d per lb CHOCOLATE, Fry's, Is 9d per lb CIGARS, 100 Boxes, 12s per box COCOA, Fry's, Is 9d per lb COFFEE, from Is 3d per lb CORN FLOUR, 6Jd per lb CURRANTS, 6$d per lb ESSENCES, 6d per bottle FOOD, Faranaceous, Is per tin GELATINS, 5d per packet GINGER, lid per lb HERRINGS, Fresh (Hoir's), 6&d per tin ,, Kippered, 1 Id per tin „ in Tomato Sauce, Moir's, ll&d tin JAMS, from 4&d per tin LOLLIES, Boiled, 4Jd per lb ,. Conversation, 7$d per lb „...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER X. HIS PA TAKES A TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1888

PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER X. HIS PA TAKES A THICK. Jamaica Bam and Cards— The Bad Boy possessed of a Devil— The kind Deacon—At Prayer Meeting— The Old Man tells his Experience— The Flying Cards— The Prayer Meeting Suddenly Closed. ** What is it I hear about your Pa being turned out of prayer meeting Wednesday night ?' asked the grocer of the bad boy, as he came over after some cantelopes for breakfast, and plugged a couple to see if they were ripe. ' He wasn't turned out of prayer meeting at all. The people all went away, and Pa and me was the last ones out of the church. But Pa was mad, and don't you forget it.' ' Well, what seemed to be the trouble ? Has your Pa become a backslider?' ' 0, no, his flag is still there. But something seems to go wrong. You see, when we got ready to go to prayer meeting last night, Pa told me to go up stairs and get him a handkerchief, and to drop a little perfumery on it, and put it in the tail-pocket of his black coat. I did it, but I guess...

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

The Unionmen of Young want to find a man who can tell wool by smell or otherwise that has been shorn by non-union shearers. The same man, when he discovers the wool on the wharves in Sydney awaiting shipment, must have sufficient power with the lumpers to get them to refuse humping such dastardly stuff on board, even though it be to clear it out of the colony. It is a sin, in the eyes of many men, to be a non-union man now. lhat freedom of thought and action which God has given man is no longer to be enjoyed by the labourer of this colony. You shall not work when you like, or for what wages you like in the future. Trade-unionism hag stepped in and says, *? You shall only work, when, how, und where we allow you.' These unions have been the cause of more strikes, more misery, more starvation than the world will ever know of ; and yet unionism is growing, the officers are drawing good screws, and doing all that they can to cause trouble between labour and capital. Another Amateur Opera...

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

France seems to be the paradise of authors Victor Hugo died worth £150,000, including the value of his assurance policies. Thiers and Laniar tine received neatly £20,000 each for their respective histories. Georges Sand, according to her admis sion, made £40,000 by her writings. The late Alexander uumas earned ana spent no less tnan I £800,000. Ohnet made £10,000 by his ' Maitre I des Forges'; Daudet is paid £4,000 fora novel, I and Zola's wealth is fabulou?. I Thackery used to say it was amazing how little he I earned when in his early days he wrote carefully, I and how much he received for poor work after his I name was up. This is every man's experience who I comesto the front Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson gets I £60 for each of the five or six page articles which he I contributes every month to the Scribner's Magazine j I but Mr. Knowles pays a higher price. He gavel Mr. Gladstone £250 for a Nineteenth CentwyM article. I From the New York Ledger , Charles Dickens ? received one tho...

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FREETRADE versus PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1888

FREETRADE versus PROTECTION. We have kicked that old fossil ' protection' so often that we thought him almost dead. To our as tonishment, however, he came to the front the other day and showed us plainly that while we have left him alone he has simply been renewing- his strength and growing a bit faster than most of U9 thought. In dealing witn this question, we are not gang to be so gallant (?) as to call those differing from us frauds^ swindlers, and vagabonds, as some gentlemen do. Our opinion is that this is a free country — there being no protective duty on the atmosphere — and we intend to breathe and enjoy the free air, and have our own thoughts as to which is the best fiscal policy to follow. Our thoughts on the best policy can be had for the mere reading, as some 3000 copies of this issue, as usual, will be distributed all over the country. Some persons tell us that it is not fair to compare Victoria to this colony — that it is too much like backing an elephant to pull a don...

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

TEAS! TEAS! TEAS! EU/ COD A f- f\ Have Just received their First Shipment of NEW SEASONS TEAS by -? W Cm O O Ov Ww , direct steamer from Foochew. These Teas hare been specially selected by our Jgeats in China, and can be highly recommended, They range from the strong, dark, brisk, flavoury Kaisow to the very rich, ripe, foil, true Pecco Congou. STOCKS NOW COMPRISE, 68 Boxes, each 121b., N/S F/C Superfine Kaisow Congou, 14s 3d €9 do do Extra Superfine Kaisow Congou, 16s 6d 88 do do Extra Choice do 20s 22 Quarter-Chests, each 20lbs, N/S F/C Superfine do 80s 20 do do Very Choice do 38s 6d 100 Half-Chests, each 40lbs do Superfine do 37s 6d 220 do do Extra Superfine do 50s 230 do do Choice do 55s 6d 122 do do Extra Choice do 63s 6d 31 do do Choicest do 75s 6d 50 do do Very Choicest do 80s 50 do do Curio Choicest 90s 6d 9 Quarter-Chests, the Very Choicest Scented Orange Pekoe, 2s 6d per 1b 5 do do Moryune Gunpowder, 2s 3d per 1b 20 do do Scented Caper, 2s Qd per lb 100 Canisters, --ach 20...

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FACTS AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1888

FACTS AND FANCIES. {From various sources.) How a Fashion was Made. — There is a little item from the world of fashion which will no doubt please those of our lady readers who would gladly hail a fashion by the adaptation of which their glover's bill might be shortened. A charming French duchess, so goes the story, liifect! recently promised io be present at the f estivity id^ pome benevolent purpose at the Trouville jp^1||p Being rather behind time, the lady put her gl^Hly® while driving, and never noticed till she stood milt, full blaze oi the casino drawing-room that toll I - black and white silk costume she had put ©af(f| white and one black glove. iU$ , It appears that her maid had laid two paUfjij gloves ready for her mistress to choose from/llni that the duchess in her hurry had taken one of fcajl pair. The mischief, however, could not be un^okl ' and the gratifying result was that at the nextfaBhio If able assembly all the ladies at Trouville wore a ^ S of a different colour ...

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

gg 1/ ' OINTMENT J| c^§ £--- \\ INFALLIBLE CURE if I r~T-'1 %- ? FOK ALL ? ft I OT2 T. BLNNETT PURCHASES SECOND-HAND FURNITURE j TO ANY AMOUNT. \ THOMAS BENNETT, HAVING J THE LARGEST PREMISES 1 AND F STOCK of FURNITUR© IN THE WESTERN DISTRICT, - rife TT-EGS to inform his numerous customers and$IjNr*j ?*-' Public that he is always willing to t*H| EXCHANGE HEW GOODS FOB Oli and also that he has a V LARGE STOCK OF EVERY HOUSEHOIjiB REQUIREMENT always on hand. :M Time-Payment System from £5 to £500, and M Large Discount allowed for Gash Purchases. |J Wholesale Dealers Liberally TreatedJ Note Address I T. BENNETT'S GREAT WESTERN 1 FURNITURE BAZAAR} Bentinck and Russell Streets, ? BATHURST. ? MORE THAN TWICE THE 'WORK can be accomplished in the same time, on the -4 OR 'NO TENSION' SEWING MACHINE, I than on any other, besides which the work is I FAR BETTER & MORE DURABLE. I BY FAR THE LIGHTEST RUNNING, I and the only Sewing Machine that can be I USED WITH SAFETY TO HEALTH. I Write ...

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

BUY ONLY reckitt's Pure Blub. Sold in Is, 6d, and 3d Boxes. SOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE GROCERS. Cricketing Material ! e. weIjeTa co. HAVE THIS SEASON imported some of the FINEST CRICKETING GOODS ever received into Bathurst, and would particularly draw the attention of the members of the various Clubs around the District to this, to them, welcome fact. When Mr. Arthur Shrewsbury visited Bathurst with the last English team, special a) range ments were then made with him to send out a few dozen of his Celebrated Al New Patent Double Spliced Spring-Handle Cricket Bats, similar to those his team were then using. They are now to hand, and it is the universal opinion of all who have seen them that they are the Best Bats they ever Handled. They require less driving power, are accurate in balance, and absolutely free from any unpleasant sen sation after striking the ball, and are, without doubt, the only perfect bat in existence. Mr. Arthur Shrewsbury has thoroughly tested the Bat in first-clas...

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

I Tie* WJr-ML ? £ ? [?] - » , . -. ? .. . . . . , . . - I nrtirnn inn ddimthip wnm/n I A SCHOOL OK ARTS BUILDINGS, HOWICK STREET, BATHURST. jfe f ULiiLiifiL uuu 1 1 ii m 111 a nuimu f TjiINDING the PLANT hitherto employed altogether unequal to the demands of an INCREASING BUSINESS, has made large additions to his Machinery, &c, and has also obtained an extension of his Premises. A greater rangezof work can no^r be undertaken than formerly ; and, as usual, no effort is spared to execute orders promptly and satisfactorily; PRICES are in all cases MOST REASONABLE ; but no attempt has been, or will be, made to establish a reputation ^ cheapness at the expense of the quality of the work, which is the true test of cheapness. From a VISITING CARD £qi* LARGE POSTER — with all the intermediate variety of lines — can now be turned out in a style quite equal to anything! ©f the kind produced in the district. ^w '.- 'i II Are added from time to time from the LEADING ENGLISH and AMERICAN...

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NOTES OF A TRIP "HOME." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1888

NOTESfOF A TRIP « HOME.' (PROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) In my last, if I recollect aright, we had journeyed ^together so far that we could catch the odour of Jf* the spicy breezes ' blown soft o'er Ceylon's sunny pjWle. It was quite dark when we let go anchor be Ipiipdthe breakwater of Colombo harbour, and we SBpJM8$omewhat surprised to find ourselves in the midst jHMucn a fleet or steamers or so many nationalities. flKifftce soon made aware that we had left a land jHESpMte faces and Anglo-Saxon tongue by the ^Bp&otir that surrounded us, and it was not long ere ^B| Swarthy crowd was transferred to the deck of the ^Hpfaer ; a short while later, some of them, who had HEln ordered to leave, and were anxious to ' argey ' ^Kjl-fwi&t, were transferred even mote rapidly than RglJM^t&e to the waters of the Indian Ocean. The ?Sprors .and fruit dealers were, however, for the Gp|ioe, Eclipsed by the most weird scene I have ever ggppessed in such close quarters. The on...

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

NEW SPRING GOODS Ready- Made Clothing Department. ..^j) ES. 'TOTEBB «8& OO. f TTAVE much pleasure in announcing arrival of Newr Spring Goods for this Department. Our Shipn|l||p ?^ ' are being opened as rapidly as possible, and the Goods will be found grand value. Sp Our Gent's Suits, well cut, range from 16s 6d per Suit, and embrace higher qualities at most moderate prices. S^ Our Gent's Trousers and Vests are good value, commencing at 7s 6d. Gent's Tweed Trousers, large variety ^pp Gent's Bedford Cord Trousers — Drab, Brown, and Grey. Cricketing Trousers, Youths' and Men's sizes iw^ Boys' Knicker Suits, large variety. New Shapes and Prices. Well-assorted and most economical. ':J|8te Boys' Sailor Suits, pretty styles. Suited for present and coming Season. ^H E. WEBB & COMPANY, Western Warehouse. /? Hosiery. Hosiery. Hosiery. FOR Variety, Quality, Style, Quantity, Finish* and Clearness of Colour, our Mew and Fresh Stock of Cotton Hosiery excels any yet imported by the...

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

I HARVESTING MACHINERY. IfAA/fr R R & Pf) desire, at this particular season of the year, to draw the attention of Agriculturists Ek ¥¥ S*UU OO KJ \J . and the Farming community generally, to their very large and varied assortment f^Stachinery suitable for Harvesting. The goods have all been imported direct from the Manufacturers, who, acting i&jsiaggestions submitted from time to time, are enabled to turn out just the article suited to the Bathurst district. Iftbdprs, in purchasing, should always bear this in mind, and not lose sight of the fact, that E. WEBB & CO., fH|]pt; showing as great a variety as possible, endeavour to keep none but the very best Machines in their respective |Ji|se8} and suoh being imported direct, can be supplied at the very lowest possible prices. ^aAppended will be found a short description of some of the Machines on hand. jJBURGESS' MANUAL COMBINED REAPING & MOWING MACHINE, S§ „ With 5ft cut, right or left. Fitted with pole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 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 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. TiARLY AUSTRALIAN HISTORY. JSTOW BEIKG PUBLISHED IN THE 'BATHURST FREE PRESS,' A lengthy Series of Historical Sketches, bearing upon australian colonization and convict life in new south wales & van diemen's land. Part l.—ffl)t Storp of tf)c ©en (fcobrrnors. Pabt II.— -Ef)c £5torg of tf»c ©on&frts. Pabt III.— ®f-c Store of a Brclmatto Uacc (The Aborigiues). Pabt IV.—S...

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A TRUFFLED FRENCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1888

A TRUFFLED FRENCHMAN. ' A few truffles, doctor ?' ' No, thank you,' replied Dr. Paterson, turning away with an air of unfeigned repugnance. ' I *fc%ve not tasted truffles for the past fifteen years.' is ' But you used to be exceedingly fond of them token I knew you lpng ago, doctor.' Ll.\i: -* Very true, but I cannot bear the sight or them glnce I was ?' truffled ' myself.' HH^j^|§&': of puzzled surprise appeared on every H^plf ...? HHNm^ a melancholy story,' resumed the doctor, HP^T J 'aad as I have nothing more important to Hffik ahout meantime, I may as well tell it to you ?lAlter a moment's silence, during which he seemed Bf|cecall deeply painful recollections, the doctor ^^||pbu know that I was attached to the navy for Hffilnl^years as a physician, I was around the world HPffl&i times, and I have experienced all sorts of PHmiia3a;and dramatic adventures. ^^pKi it was in 1872 that I met with the most liffigie or them all. I embarked at that time, on i||^rd the ne...

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

The Prince of Wales has seventeen brothers' in-law, sixteen uncles, fifty-seven cousins, fifty-eight nephews and nieces. It is said that for every £25 the railway com panies make by the flying expresses between London and Scotland they lose £100.

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