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

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and having the most extensive circulation o! any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OP ADVERTISING : s. d Far the firat inch of Bpace, 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 let 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. ghf Bathur.'it §nt SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1888.

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

W. F. ROBERTS, j LATE OF BATHURST, i -(Certificated Assayer, Metallurgist, &c, of the School of I Mines, Ballarat, Victoria), I 'pERFORMS Assays and Analyses of all descrip I ?*? tions of [ ORES, MINERALS, &c. Results forwarded by return of post. Fees : 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 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. I E. WEBB & CO.'S. I TAILORING DEPARTMENT, 'THIS Department is the favourite resort of those j who would dress well and economically. | Sac Suits, to order, from ? 57s. 6d. | Trousers, to order from ? 15s. 6d. A Special Line of Worsted Coatings and Blue Serges just I whand. Sac Suits, from ? 63s. i Trousers, from ? . 16s. 6d. ! . A line of West of England goods of exceptional value ; Just opened. I Sac ...

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ENGLAND AND HER FREETRADE POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1888

ENGLAND AND HER FREETRADE POLICY. That tight little island still holds her own, not withstanding all the ' croakings ' raised against her so-called ' ruinous freetrade policy ' by many of our protectionist friends. She has her ups and downs the same as all other countries of any note ; but her ups appear to be a loner was in advance of her downs. The times are bad, but England goes through in all, and not only holds her own but make great advances. From the Sydney Morning Herald, of October 23rd, 1888, we find the Exports for the first eight months of 1888 are valued at ? £ I-54,(i27.882 Being an inereaxe as compared with last year of ? £11,362,298 'Her purchasing power has also increased greatly during the same period, the figures being, first eight months, £250,287,359, which is an increase of £13,026,743 as compared with the corresponding period last year. Later. — Cable news to hand, December 10th, shows that for eleven months -the increases as com pared with the corresponding t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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A MODERN PAIR OF BRITISH GAME FOWL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1888

A MODERN PAIR OP BRITISH GAME FOWL. I rWB t-$ke the following from The Leader, one of j^fche principal weekly journals in Melbourne : — 1 MORE IMPORTED GAME FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. '?The spirited Bathurst breeder. Mr. \V. H. Webb, is ?evidently determined that the class of game fowls in New South Wales shall be kept as near to the required standard as is possible at this side of the globe, for besides the numerous purchases of birds with records from this ?colony, he has gone to the fountain head and im ported a pair of Black-reds from the celebrated yards of Captain Heaton, whose stock appears to be invincible in the show pens of the old country. This pair of birds reached Melbourne last week in the P. and 0. boat Vic- 1 toria, and were inspected by several of the leading Mel bourne game fanciers. The dock has a wonderfully good English record, having won three firsts prior to the Dairy Show, where he was placed second to another of Captain Heaton's. The bird had lost his sickles prio...

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

I HEW WHLCOX & GIBBS AUTOMATIC I Latest ffi^^^ Only machine I Invention,Md%3«% Jf% § ''**warM I FrSS5Sn** IMWW W Automatic I ibroSms allj^ TenBionand I Trade Mark In base yfi^JSIr or every machine. I SILENT SEWING MACHINE I Send Postal Card for Illustrated Price List, &c. I For Sale by E. WEBB & CO., Bathurst. Ml! FIRE! FIRE! LOOK OUT FOR THE GREAT FIRE CARNIVAL! MONSTER PROCESSION OF I Bands, Fire [Brigades, Friendly Societies, & Public I Bodies, with Torches, Coloured Fires and Novelties of all kinds, on the Night of 3 1st Dec, 1888. ! On 1st JANUARY, 18S9, BAND CONTEST, FIRE DEMONSTRATION, AND ATffJL,ETIC SPORTS, On THE CRICKET GROUND- Admission, Is, ; Children, 6d. Grand Masquerade Ball ! In the SCHOOL OF ARTS HALL, at Night. Dancing commences at 9 o'clock. Double Tickets, 7s 6d. Single— Gentleman, 5s ; Ladies, 2s 6d. PRIZES FOR DANCING. For Further Particulars, see Handbills. ,). W. BUTCHER, Captain. W. J. PERKINS, Hon. Sec. H. E. NEVILLE. Execut...

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

E. WEBB & CO'S GROCERY LIST, FOR NET CASH ! 1 - ? ? . ? ? ? - ? «%£ ACID, Tartaric, 2e 7*d *ier 3b f FOOD, ian&Acems, Is per tin DEVILLED HAM, Uaderxvootfs, Is 3d per tin M ALMOSDS. S. a. ldk per 1b ] GELATINE; 3d per packet BICE; Best Java, 2fd per Ib 1 AKCHOVT 1ASTK, € &nd B, Is per mr ' GINGER, lid per ib SAGO, Sd per tt- yM AEBOWKOOT. 5d per 3h ? *^V I HEKmSGS. Ffcsfc (Moir's), 7|d per tin SALMON, Sfcesh, lOJd per tin v| BASING POWDER, *H per tin | .. Kippered, lid per tin \ SABDDfES, j-lb tins, 4|d per tin - fl BARLE?, Pearl, 3d per ih - in Tomato Saace. MoirMl|d tin SAUCE, Worcester, iaige su*, lOdper bottle S@ BISCUITS.. Amott* Mixed. Sd per 1b LOLLIES, BoOed, Aid per 1b S AUCE, LeeaadBorinsV Us per buttle jfl AmottfcAmnrrooMkiperft „ Conversation, 7|d per Ib SHEEP TONGUES, Morton*. U 4|dpapll^ . « Coffee, &c.Sd per tb i „ London Mixtnres, Best, Is Id per lb SEED, Canary, 3|d per 1b ; 14U» lots, 3d ^rm0,M0 BI^GKmO, Paste, 7|d per down MACARONL ...

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

?pb&Co. pMpRCHANTS, j ^BpBATHURST. , jP-BAPERY d ? CLOTHING I ~ '. ? HITS I 'I in ? SHIRTS u H rf ? ? le ? le ? TIES :| _ in H it ? COLLARS ? CALICOES I — !d I CARPETS id I ? ra I Floor-Cloths ? ? I I MATTINGS 16 I HASSOCKS ft ? — Bt I TENTS in H ig H Fancy Goods to H ? d I EVERYTHING 16 I a H JANUARY. JUNE. JULY. AUGUST. |sm|tWTFS| JsMTWTFS^ 1sMTWTFS| |8 MTWTF8 ' ? 12345 ? 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 ? I 2 3 6| '7 8 9 10 11 12 2345678 7 8 910111213 4 5 6 7 8 910 13I1415 16171819 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 14 15 16 17 18 1920 11 12 13114 15 16 17 202112223242526 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 21J222324252627 18 19]2o!2i 222324 j 27^8,29 30131 ? 1 ^23242526272829* J28J293031 ? -ft a 252627128293031 & ** ??????.???!. ??:???!??? ??? £ *^ 3 *'* *** *'' *** ???]??? |j *§ '???!- ????????????????? to of ???????#. ??????????? a FEBRUARY. ^ — ^^-\ SEPTEMBER. JM&aaJ&a ? ft^kaiSSfes^ ^AJ©Ja-^fea ? «jfep«3&tefe1 1i«i|^ii_| E: WEBB & CO, U-^1-1^ ? ;'?;?' I 2 ARE CONTtKUALLY ...

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

T. BENNETT PURCHASES SECOND-HAND FURNITURE TO ANY AMOUNT. thomasTbennett HAYING THE LARGEST PREMISES AND ? i STOCK of FURNITURE! US THE WESTERN DISTRICT, I TT-12Gr3 to inform his numerous customers and the ?*-' Public that be is always willing to EXCHANGE NEW GUODS FOR OLD, and als3 that be has a LABGE STOCK OF EVERY HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENT always on hand. Time-Payment System from £5 to £500, and * I«arge Discount allowed for Gash Purchases. 1 Wholesale Dealers Liberally Treated Note Address ! T. BENNETT'9 GREAT WESTERN FURNITURE BAZAAR, Bentinck and Russell Streets, I BATHUKST. PAGE & BONGERS, General Commission & Mining Agents, I SHARE BROKERS, I AOCOUKTANTS & TRADE ASSIGNEES. I LABOUR OFFICE. Insurance Agents.] Opposite Town Hall. I WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, I

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"POSTPONING" A GOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1888

«? POSTPONING ' A GOOSE. ? . ? ^ ? ?? - ? — 1_ While having business at Mobile, yet being in no * particular hurry to transact it, I determined to take \ passage in one of the packet ships that ran between that city and Ostend. She was called the Borer, and was commanded by a sharp little fellow, a part . owner, and who was therefore interested in making j the trips as profitable as possible. The passengers ; were not long in making this discovery, for as a i general thing a meaner table was never provided in ? the meanest of third-class hotels, or even in a cheap . boaidin£--hoa?e. ! It happened that during the passage we were be calmed*one day before Christmas Day. upon a part of the coast which was known to be an excellent fishing ground, and the captain, with a view, of course, of saving, ordered the men to bring nut their fishing-tackle and try their lack. This was soon done, and sore enough a large quantity of the finny tribe were soon transferred from the aqueous abode to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

T. BENNETT I PURCHASES SECOND-HAND FURNITURE I TO ANY AMOUNT. I thomasIennett HAVING I THE LARGEST PREMISES I AND I STOCK of FURNITURE! IN THE WESTERN DISTRICT, 1 'DEGS to inform his numerous customers and the 1 -'-* Public that he is always willing to I EXCHANGE NEW GOODS FOR OLO. and also that he has a 1 LARGE STOCK OF EVERY HOUSEHOLD I REQUIREMENT always on hand. I Time-Payment System from £5 to £500, and a I Large Discount allowed for Gash Purchases. 1 Wholesale Dealers Liberally Treated. I Note Address ! I T. BENNETT'S GREAT WESTERN I FURNITURE BAZAAR,! Bentinck and Russell Streets, I BATHURST. I FRY k SON'S COCOA is the best 1 FRY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pui* | FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverage ? FRY & SON'S ROCK COCOA. . nf 1 FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination -» ? pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt, ? FRY k SON'S CHOCOLATE. I FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. I FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. jrnP 1 FR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

E. WEBB & CO. K WEBB & CO. Have just received Bj' WEBii & ca a very 'large'and ? ? K. WEBB & CO. varied assortment ? E. WEBB & CO. of all kinds of ? E. WEBB & CO. Christinas ? E. WEBR & CO. Delicacies and Luxuries, ? ETWEBB~~& CO. FreshTNew, and Nice. E. WEBB &JDO ? All imported direct, ? B.~ WEBB & CO. and consequently priced E. WEBB & CO. at the lowest E. WEBB & CO. possible figure. ? E. WEBB & CO. All descriptions of ? ^ E. WJ&BB & CO. Preserved Fruits, ? E. WEBB & CO. Confectionery, and Nicnacs. ? E. WEBB & CO. Preserved Game, ? B. WEBB & CO. Roast, Boiled, and Curried. ? E. WEBB & CO. Preserved fish, all kinds. ? E. WEBB & CO. Spices, Essences, and Herbs. ? ET^ EBB &'CO^ Cordials and Wine Essences. E. WEBB & CO. Biscuits and Cakes. E. WEBB & CO. And. hTfactTevery article ? ET WEBB & CO. us...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

The Importance of country towns may be estimated by the amount of business transacted by Se postal and Telegraph Departments. No one knows or has any right to know, the amount of business that private firms do, but the above is Dublic property, and it cannot do us any harm to |ee where Bathurst stands. The table below will let our readers see where we *re in P0Bta* matters, when compared with our neighbours :— _ _...'. '-' iteveuue. unvers postea. Bathurst ? £3,872 ? 563,112 Dubbo ? 2,083 ? 238,450 Bourke ? 1,908 ? 284,730 Mud|ee.. ? M26 ? 251,700 When considering this table one must remember that Bathurst has several suburbs around her that take from the returns, as they have their own post offices. Xhe post offices also transact the money order business, and conduct Savings' Banks. Let us see ihe result of each : — Savings' Bauk Doposits. Savings Bank Withdrawals. No. Amount. No. Amount. Bathurst... 2,269 ...£17,085 ... 1,008 ... £14.568 Dubbo ? 858 ... 7,362 ... 424 ... 7,228 Ora...

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CHAPTER XVI. HIS PA FIGHTS HORNETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

CHAPTER XVI. HIS PA FIGHTS HORNETS, The Old Man Looks Bad— Tbe Woods of Waawatosa— -The Old Man takes a Nap— 'Helen Somebody '—The Liver Medicine— Its Wonderful Effects— The Bad Boy is Drunk i — Give me a Lemon !— A Sight of the Comet ! 'Go away from here now,' said the grocery man to the bad boy. as he came into the store and was going to draw some cider out of a barrel into a pint measure that had flies in it. ' Get right out of this place, and don't let me see you around here until the health officer says your Pa has got over the small pox. I saw him this morning, and his face is all covered with postules, and they will have him in the pest-house before night. You git,' and he picked up a butter-tryer and went for the boy, who took refuge behind a barrel of onions, and held up his hands as thaugh Jessie James had drawn a bead on him. ' Oh, you go and chase yourself. That is not the small-pox Pa has got. He had a fight with a nest of hornets,' said the boy. ' Hornets ! Well, I'll ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

? ' — ————————————————————— ————— ————— ————— ————— ——— ————?_???— — —————— ^ The millinery department is under most care ful management, and the taste displayed in trimming the goods pleases all who visit the spacious room at Webb's, in George-street. A nice assortment of millinery is also kept at the Keppel-street branch store. To brighten your furniture and make it look like new, and yet be ready for use at once, get from Webb's the ' Ne Plus Ultra Polish.' The Modern Drink. — Dickson's Concen trated Beef Tea. Restoring, nourishing, stimulating nutritious, soothing and delicious. 1/3 per bottle. 9o to Webb's. Extract of Herbs for the immediate pro duction of Herb or Botanic Beer. These from Webb's of the best. Linton's Desiccated Cocoanut for cakes, puddings, tarts, and desert. Something very nice at Webb's. What Shoer in Bathurst can beat this ? A horse was sent up from the farm to be shod. As there were a number of ready-made shoes on hand, the job, in the absence of the blacks...

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THE ADDRESS. Offices of the Protection and Political Reform League, St. Joseph's Hall, 23, Bathurst-street [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

The addebbs. Offices of the Protection and Political Iteform League, St. Joseph's Hall, 23, Bftthuret-street To His Episcopal Highness, the Right Rev. Patrick Koran, Cardinal, — The Weekly News is responsible for the fol lowinc tiz : — May it please your Eminence, — We the members of the Sew South Wales Protection and Political Reform League, desire to approach your Eminence, and express our deep satisfaction at your return amongst us. We have, with keen and interested eyes, watched your noble exertions abroad in the cause of freedom, and would desire to place on record our great satisfaction at your stalwart and prince-like defence at Home, of all that you considered dear to you, as a son of that afflicted country Ireland, and as a Prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. Nor do we desire to leave unrecorded our satisfaction at your manful recantation of your former adverse opinions on Home Rule and your able advocacy of that great cause in many parts of your suffering native land. We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

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. TflRMS OF ADVERTISING : 8. d For the first iuch 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 sacceeding 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. §ft* §ailtttrst §nt

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

THE RAINFALL. I The following is the raiiiMI, as recorded at the Meteorological Station, Bathurst, for the last I ten years : — ! I I ! 10 years' I Month. 1879 1880 18S1 1882 1883 1SS4 18S5 j 188G 1887 1888 average for I ! each month. I January ? 1'63 2-13 2*34 0'17 0-8(5 013 1 3*30; 2'86 5-75 0-54 1-97 I February ? 292 009 503 0 24 276 059 046 j 0 57 3-75 4 47 2-08 I March ? 155 1-99 177 0-91 1*62 0'53 1-90 167 3*24 014 1*53 I April ? 1-56 3-22 056 1'So 1*87 3*89 079 308 1-34 0 80 1*89 I May ? 471 136 l'6O 173 282 0-92 077 27D 1-26 0'86 1-88 I June ? 0% 100 1*46 2'17 1-04 241 374 1 105 2 PI 0'87 172 July ? 2.64 122 0-62 140 096 182 0 09 089 1-66 215 124 August ? 414 1-83 1-24 106 2-27 1-04 0-59 486 2-71 007 1-98 September ? 5 03 244 176 026 2'37 2'23 1-96 0 77 1-31 253 2 06 October ? 279 316 2 23 509 221 271 0-37 311 18S 015 236 I November ? 3 35 0-43 2 09, 424 215 2'27 220 386 2-82 O'll 2'35 ! December ? - 1-15 0'S7 0-49 ? 276 0-86 099 471 525 5-23 235 2'46 | ? ' ? ! Total ... 32-...

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RAILWAY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

RAILWAY RETURNS. We must congratulate our Dubbo friends on having the honour of heading the list for railway returns, taking all Western stations except terminal, such as Sydney and Bourke. From the Blue Book we learn that the returns are — 1881. 1887. Bourke total returns ? . . . £ H8,989 Dubbo „ „ ? £166,696... 75,751 Nyngan „ „ ? ... 64,611 Bathurst,, ., ? 60,734... 61,282 Orange „ ., ? 82,935... 53,322 Mudgee „ ,, ? ... 41,959 Wellington ., ? 32,274... 20,991 No one can deny the tact that Dubbo is the centre of a very fine agricultural and pastoral district. The former is rapidly increasing there. But it is hardly fair to take the returns of one station as representing the importance of a district. For instance, had w'e bo stations at Keiso, Raglan, and Brewongle on the Sydney side, or Orton Park, Perth, and George's Plains on the other side, all the goods that now go to these places would come to Bathurst. The fair way to get the return, seems to us to be, to take the stations ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

NEW BOOKS.— The New Volumes of the Sunday ai Home and Leisure Hour, Girl Own Annual, Boy Own Annual, -fcc, just in. Also, New Stock of Wesley's Hymns. G. WHALAN, Printer, &c, Ho wick-street. ~i i BUY ONLY reckitt's Pure Blue. Sold in. Is, Gd, and 3d Boxes. SOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE GROCERS. g=g ) ? | ggg3 II ^ O 1 NTMENT |1 O*5- P=S 1\ INFALLIBLE CURE Jl I pr-'! V. ? tor all ? II I % DISEASES Jf |\f) NEW WIIXCOX Ss GIBBS AUTOMATIC Latest tli^^i Only machine Invention, and ljff| jHm $ 'Jin? producing ^V W Mf Aromatic Marvelous M^JL^SL- Tension and Trade Mark In b**e )|VjBP^ of every machine. SILENT SEWING MACHINE Send Postal Card for Illustrated Price List, &c. For Sale by E. WEBB & CO., Bathurst. jfOcLEXANDER'S GLACE COTTON IS THE BEST. BEDSTEADS & BEDDING Are a Speciality with E. WEBB & CO. All sizes are pro curable, and quality is all that could be desired. WHEN FURNISHING, Visit E. WEBB & Co., who. in catering for your require ments, ...

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