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

' Mollie, I think you'll never set the river on I fire.' ' Idade, Ma'am,' innocently replied Mollie, I ' I'd never he after doing anything so wicked. I'd I be burnin' up all the little fishes, sure I would. I Hiccough may be relieved by taking a table- 1 spoonful of vinegar or by the sudden application of I cold ; also by two or three mouthfuls of cold water, I eating a small piece of ice, taking a pinch of snuff, I or anything that excites counter-action. I Salt for Cattle. — Farmers hold different I opinions about the propriety of placing salt within I the reach of cattle at all times ; but so many of our I best class of farmers have practised and approved of I this plan, that it must be considered safe. Cattle I must be gradually made used to it, by having a little I given them every day for a month or so, and then I placing it in a little box attached to the manger in I the stable, where they can reach it at any time, or in I a trough in the pasture. If the animal has it I alway...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Presidential Election in America. ELECTION OF GENERAL HARRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

The Presidential Election in America. ELECTION OF GENERAL HARRISON. A cable message, dated London, Nov. 9, says : ? The final returns have been received in connection with the Presidential election. The numbers are : General Harrison ? 233 President Cleveland ? 168 General Harrison has therefore 'been elected by a majority of 65 rotes. The Republicans carried the election in the StateB of California and Indiana.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XII. HIS PA GOES TO THE EXPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XII. HIS PA GOBS TO THE EXPOSITION. The Bad Boy acts as Guide— The Circus Story— The Old Man wants to Sit Down — Tries to eat Pancakes — Drinks some Mineral Water— The Old Man falls in Jove with a Wax Woman— -A Policeman interferes — The Lights go out — The Grocery Man don't want a Clerk. *' Well, everything seems to be quiet over to your house this week/' says the grocery man to the bad boy, as the youth was putting hid thumb into some peaches through the tnosquitto netting over the baskets, to see if they were soft enough to steal, ' I suppose you have let up on the old man, havent you?' ' 0, no ! We keep it right up. The minister of the church that Pa has joined says that while Pa is on probation it is perfectly proper for us to do every thing to try him, and make him fall from grace. The minister says if Pa comes out of his six months' probation without falling by the wayside, he has got the elements to make the boss Christian, and Ma and me ar...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Occidental Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

Occidental Bicycle Club. This club held its fourth annual meeting on Fri- 1 day, the 9tb instant, on the Cricket Ground. There was a fair attendance, and everything passed off satisfactorily. Mr. A. E. Ash worth won both the one and five mile club championship, and now becomes the fortunate possessor of both trophies, having won them twice in succession. The three-mile lap race for the 40-guinea trophy presented by Messrs. E. Webb and Co. was a very hollow affair. Six started, but before they had covered half-a-mile three of the number had dropped out, leaving it to Mutton, Ash worth, and' Roth. Mutton soon forged ahead, and won easily. Mr. Jenkins, the Sydney champion, unfortunately met with an accident the evening before, and was there fore debarred from taking part in the race.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

CHEAP & GOOD! JUST ARRIVED, per S.S. PORT PIRIE, a ?* Splendid Lot of Buggy Harness, Side Saddles, Whips, Bridles, Spurs, and General Goods, which will be sold at prices to suit the times. W. H. PAUL, IMPORTER & MANUFACTURER, BATHURST. MUGRIDGE BROS., SRUf M M AI I1RT 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 Bricks, Moulded Brioks, Paving Tiles Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTKR. GALVANIZED IRON. FIREWOOD & COAL. Plans & Specifications Prepared, And Estimates given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. PAGE & BONGERS, General Commission & Mining Agents, SHARE BROKERS, ACCOUNTANTS & TRADE ASSIGNEES. LABOUR OFFICE. - Insurance Agents. Opposite Town Ha...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Turning Human Mesh into Metal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

Turning Human Flesh into Metal. A writer in an Italian newspaper describes a visit to the atelier of an old Turin chemist, Angelo Motta, recently deceased, who is said to have devoted thirty years of his life to the disco veiy and pertecting ot a process of effecting the metallisation of corpses, an artificial process corresponding to petrifiication. ' Having informed him of the object of our visit,' he writes, ' I said to the professor, ' Such wonderful things have been related of you that it is hard for me to believe them. I was told that you metallise human bodies. Evidently what was meant was that you cover them with a coating of metal by galvanoplasty.' l Oh, no ! ' replied Motta. ' Not at all ! I do not apply a covering ; I substitute metal for the organic matter ; in a word I metallise in the fullest sense of the term. You may convince yourself personally of the truth of my assertion. May I request the gentlemen to walk into my atelier?' The scientist led us into the adjoinin...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

TEAS! TEAS! TEAS! E\A/P R R -t Pfj H.ave jU8t received thoir First Shipment of NEW SEASONS TEAS by ? VV d D D w& W w ? direct steamer from Foochow. These Teas have been specially selected by our Agents in China, and can be highly recommended. They range from the strong, dark, brisk, vflavoury Kaisow to the toy rich, ripe, full, true Pecco Congou. STOCKS NOW COMPRISE. 93 Boxes, each 121b., N/S F/C Superfine 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 Superfine 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 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 lb 20 do do Scented Caper, 2s 6d per lb 100 Canisters...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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FACTS AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

FACTS AND FANCIES. (From various sources.) ' An' is O'Flagherty yer name V said Paddy^j a new-made acquaintance. ' Sure, I knew two oIm maids in Tipperary av that name ; but they '4fi|BI your mother at all, was they ? ' ll^B Sarah's Programme. — Time — Morning id/l servants' ball. Mistress : ' Well, Sarah, iSw^H you enjoy the ball last night ? ' Sarah ( the n6iM maid) : 'The ball was all right, mum, if it hadtfM been for that horrid fellow, Brown.' Mi9fcresi§ ' What's the matter with Brown ?' Sarah : ' Vj£|| he came up to me, and said, ' Now, miss, is youj programme full?' and I said, Sj^ow is it likely # be full, when I have never had th^ chance to get a£tM thing but a glass of wine and a sundwich ?' ' ^j Tommy (who has brought a bucket into tlf drawing-room) : ' Granma, kick this buckets Grandma : ' Why on earth should I do that Tommy ?' . Tommy: '-Oh, just to amuse pa; he said he'd give ten pounds any day to see you kick the bucket.' ?? Confound it, you've shot the dog.' I though...

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

Rr WEBB & CO'S GROCERY LIST. FOR NET GASH ! ACID, Tartaric, 2s 7^d per lb At&tONDS, S.-S., lOd per lb J AUTJHOVT PASTE, C. and D., Is per jar ARROWROOT, 5d per lb «^gG P0W©Ett, 4$dpertin k bXkIMy, PfaflJ ^d per lfe; *. V'. . Kt BISCUITS,* ArnbttM Mixed, 43d per lb1 k&awfc-i* a '? i ? : - A?no#8 Arrowroot, 8d per lb W ?£.*,.?- Qpflee. &P-» Sd per lb ttipp|NG,;Paste,7^ per dozen pTf^. D. and if.,9a per bottle ^ SQEASJj Is per Jb ^fiSCON, Morton's English, belly pieces, Is per lb licfflFFfiE and MILK, Is 7d per tin W^^MMP- PEEL, Lemon, lO^d per lb t^ANlDLES, Sperm, 6d per lb R^PPPSiWiPiy'Sf Is 9d per lb | Cm^ftS, 100 Boxes, 12s per box . KpQ^Ay-Fry '^, Is 9d per lb ppMTlBSE, 'from Is 3d per lb |L CQEN FLOUR, 5Ad per lb pB^BEKdES, 6d per bottle FOOD, ParanAceous, Is per tin GELATINE, 5-i per packet aiNGER, lid per lb HERRINGS, Fresh (Moir's), 7d per tin ,, Kippered, 1 Id per tin ,, in Tomato Sauce, Moir'e, ll^d tin LOLLIES, foiled, 4*d per lb ., Conversat...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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NOTES OF A TRIP " HOME." (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

NOTES OF A TRIP ' HOME.*' (Continued.) (FBOU OUE SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) ?fttffirst ha[t was at Museum, woere we spent a mL* interesting and instructive hour, the various Hbibits being ably and courteously explained to us ?£n educated native curator, whose pride in the Bgqmty of the island fits him well for the post he !Hpy holds. No visitor should miss seeing this HEtion if he desires to know anything of ancient H^^^r' see the beauties of the modern city and HprblStf Colombo. The odours of the cinnamon ^pirail are rather mythical until the leaves are Epbeo' in your hands, but the splendour of the Bfofcal surroundings is quite sufficient to atone for Hr poetic extravagance respecting the floating pure. . ; pfWhen we paid off our driver and guide, we had Bcled the town and seen its sights, had tasted its Pfliltsi— mangoes, oranges, bananas, .&c, &c. — had l^gaihed with its jewellers and silk dealers, and had iptf'GUr. ' washing ' being battered on stones, and |||jure&a...

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

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and haying the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. UJHJBM6 --P 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 Disoonnt of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. EARLY AUSTRALIAN HISTORY. NOW BEING PUBLISHED IN THE 'BATHURST FREE PRESS,' A lengthy Series of Historical Sketches, bearing upon au8tbalian colonization and convict life in new south wales & van diemen's land. Part I.— Igfyt Storn of tf-c gfcn Ifrobcrnors. Part II.— ®$e Story of th( Conflicts. Part III.— ^e Store of a iBcrimntto Bate (The Aborigines). Pabt IV....

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

gancy Department (Fancy!) ?ferwEBB & co. IBIsd- to call the attention of their Customers to ^Iliie EXTENSIVE PROVISION made to meet their flpfemeiits. AM YES» ladieS! Sery day shows something new and choice being opened JMt £a-* we wou^ kindly ask you to give us a call fftpre making your purchases elsewhere. T^PPLENDID GOODS ! CHOICE GOODS I I INCLUDING IUSLIN FLOUNCINGS for White Dresses, from \ 3s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. per yard, with narrow Embroidery j to match. JWIBS EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS in endless Variety, JM and at ridiculously low prices, l^d. to 2s. 1 Id. per yard. ? PARACHUTES, SUNSHADES, PARASOLS.— In this ? Department will be found some very choice Goods. ? Parachutes suitable for the sun and the rain that is I coming ; Sunshades for the Carriage and the Garden ; I and we start them as low in price as Is, 6d. each to ? 30s. ? IN FACT, for Rufflings, Laces, Veil Nets, Tulles— in ? black, white and colored, — Dress Buttons in Bone, ? Pearl and Metal ; Dress Laces, Twist...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Amateur Opera. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

Amateur Opera. The celebrated opera ' La Fiiie de Madame Angot' was produced by the Bathurst Amateur Operatic Society on last Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Monday nights, at the School of Aris Hall, to crowded houses. The whole performance was under the conductor-ship of Mr. A. W. Juncker, wh'. deserves the highest commendation for the successful manner in which he placed the opera before the public. With one exception — that of Miss Josephine Deakin — the whole of the performers were amateurs, and the manner in which they acquitted themselves is deserving of the highest praise. Bathurst may well be proud of having such a society and conductor in her midst.

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Unveiling a Monument. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1888

Unveiling a Monument. The ceremony of unveiling the monument erected by the cyclists of New South Wales to the memory of the late Dr. Herbert L. Cortis, took place on Friday, the 9th instant, in the presence of a large number of cyclists and citizens of Bathurst. The monument is of polished brown granite on a foun dation 2ft. 8in. square and 18in. deep. It is surmounted by an urn, and the whole stands about 9ft. high. The inscription is as follows : — In Memory of the English Bicyclist, HERBERT LIDDLE CORTIS, Died at Carcoar, N. S. W., Dec. 28, 1885, Aged 28. Primus Inter Paren, and Amateur Champion of the World. This stone is erected by the 0} clists of New South Wales. Dr. Machattie, who performed the ceremony, spoke in very high terms of the estimable qualities of the deceased gentleman.

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

MUCRIDCE BROS., SMI SAW M I LLS AI ID WORKS, I Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. I TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, I AH kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sasbdl Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokeil Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. I White Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tileii Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. I LIME, CEMENT, PLASTEB. j ' GALVANIZED IRON. I FIRW00D & COAL. I Plans & Specifications Prepared,! And Estimates given for BUILDINGS and all kinds, -*? JOINERS' WOBK. I Mugridge Brothers^ OONTBACTOBS & TIlfrBEB MERCHANTS^! Printed for the proprietor! by GLTNDWB WHALAN, »tbto(MH Printing Offloi, Bohool of ivto BaOdingi Howiok-rtwet. »?»***?

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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XIV. HIS PA AT THB REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1888

FECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA, CHAPTER XIV. HIS PA AT THE BEUNION. !Ti*B Old Man in Military Splendour — Tells how he Mowed Down the Rebels—' I and Grant '—What is a Sutler ? —Ten Dollars for Pickles I—** Let us Hang him ! '— The Old Man on the Run— He stands up to Supper— The Bad Boy is to Die at Sunset. 'I saw your Pa wearing a red, white, and blue badge, and a round red badge, and several other badges, last week, during the reunion,' said the grocery man to the bad boy, as the youth asked for a piece of codfish skin to settle coffee with. ' He looked like a hero, with his old black hat, with a gold cord around it.' ' Yes, he wore all the badges he could get, the first day, but after he blundered into a place where there were a lot of fellows from his own regiment, he took off the* badges, and he wasn't rery numerous around the boys the rest of the week. Bat he was lightning on the sham battle,' says the boy. ' What was the matter ? Didn't the old soldiers treat him well ? Didn't they...

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

I I*ook **, thu^s from the best side. Often I disease eomes among oar cattle, our sheep* and fowls, j l^jroiiffiMg^01^*®'*13'* -***$ °&a «rfcain| Limnber Man is & strange ar iniaL God has given K-. biains, and he is continually seeking for some \ WMmnvedVl) method of destrjing life! Look at ^E^noaiaon of affairs on the Continent at the ^^?uSA lime, all nations armed to the teeth. They : i^^Kpbiit to put their iron helmets on and gaze I^^Kftlieu' tnenang ejes through the two little holes : ll^Hpfrr thai purpose, and then they are ready to ^^ufiiSwns»nds, aye, millions, of their fellowmen : S^Hlililobcl, aa^ fi'° *n *°e most diabolical man- \ lf|^Bra*£a:ey walk orer the dead bodies they have ^^Bmjiiown as new haj. Yet, we must believe that; j^HEp^ufc of all this good must come. When we ^HEp-» our sheep, pur cattle, our poultry, &&, we ^Hiifsd't' our level best to preserve the good and ^^EntJieJjiB. This has been proved by men cutting ^Hfe^hioats of thou...

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

CHRISTMAS CARDS, NEW YEAR CARDS, BOOKLETS, &c. G\Tf7HALAN has pleasure in announcing ? V V that his Stock of the above is Larger and More Choice than on any former occasion. Special attention is called to the Booklets, which are undoubted works of art. fSs'Up to the end of the year the shop will be kept open each evening until 9 o'clock. N.B. — As the windows are not at all suitable for the display of these Goods, all are invited to come inside and see them. I r BUY ONLY reckitt's Pure Blub. Sold in Is, 6d, and 3d Boxes. BOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE GROCERS. DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT, THIS Department is under first-class manage ment, and Ladies can depend on having their costumes well-made, perfect fitting, and stylish. E. WEBB & CO., Western Warehouse, Bathurst. E. WEBB&CO.'S GENTLEMEN'^ MERCERY] DEPARTMENT. j \A/E have just opened enormous shipments for I ** this department. All the latest novelties from the j English and Continental markets, specially selected by-...

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

E. WEBB & CO. fi^WKBB &_CO. ___ Rave just remyed ? , E^ WKBbIc CO ~ TverJ&T^Taiid '^ K. WKBB & CO. varied assortment ? B. WEBB & CO. of all kinds of ? K. WK&B & CO. Christmas ? E. WEBR & l-- Delicacies and Luxuries. E.'\VKBB~ Jc~CO. Fresh, New, and Nice. E. WKBB A: CO. AU imported direct. '~ E. WEBB & CO. and conspquvjitly |»ricw| E. WEBB jc CO. at the lowest E. WEBB &~CO. possible figure. ? * E. WEBB & CO. AU descriptions of ? E. WtwBB & CO. Preserved Fruits. ? E. WEBB & CO. Confectionery, and Nicnacs. ? B. WEBB & CO. Preserved fiame. ? E. W&BB & CO. Hoast, Boiled, and Curried. ? E. WEBB STCQ. PresTred~fish. ail kinds. ? E. WKBB & CO. Spices. Essences, and Herbs. ? IL V EBB & CGl CordiaJsand W»ue Essences. ? E. WEBB & CO. Biscuits and Cukes. E. WEBB & O ». And. hTfactTevery artic»e ? E. WEivET &f CiT usually found in...

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A PROTECTIONIST DODGE. ALLEGED FICTITIOUS TELEGRAM. AN IMPUDENT FABRICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1888

A PROTECTIONIST DODGE. ALLEGED FICTITIOUS TELEGRAM. Atf IMPUDENT FABRICATION. Lithqow, Thursday.— During the last few days great indignation has been expressed in this district at a fictitious telegram which was published in a metropolitan evening newspaper The telegram in question set forth that a man /named O'Connor, who had been charged before the local police court on Wednesday last with riot ous conduct, confessed that he had been paid by a Sydney freetrader to proceed to Lithgow and obstruct a Pro tetftist meeting to be held that night, and that the magis trate, after fining O'Connor £5, said he would like to deal with the persons who employed men to become profes sional blackguards, adding that the amount of the fine was wired from Sydney in the evening. The alleged telegraph message is fictitious in every particular. No man of the name of O'Connor has been before the Litbgow Conrt, and no case resembling the one alleged having transpired. It is regarded as an impudent attemp...

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