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THE VALUE OF MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

? -^ ? THE VALUE OF MANURING. Last year, in hauling yard manure across a field, afterwards planted to maize, some of it scattered off in driblets, from a handful to a pint or so in a place. When planting the maize I found portions of these droppings and where noticed drew them mto the hills, and with the hoe mixed them a little with the soil as the seed was dropped. In three instances, where a large handful or about a pint of the manure was thus put in, a stick was driven down to mark the hills. When hoeing, we noticed £ha£ fn these hills, the corn plants bad starte4 o# more rigorously, were greener, and at the third hoe ing they were 6 to 12 inches higher than the oM hills adjoining. Our curiosity being awakened!! followed up the observations, and when gather^ the crop, each of the three stalks in all the thjj hills had on it two large plump ears, while la surrounding com did not average one good ear kl the stalk. This set us to thinking and figuriJj That bit of manure had given. t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

BATHURST. Squatters and farmers rejoicing at the rain that has just visited these parts. Farmers will be ^lad to learn that improved machinery is now arriving at the Western Warehouse,

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ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

ELECTORAL KOLLS. The following is a return showing the number -f] electors on the roll of each electoral district of N ?! South Wales, for 1881-82 :— j Electoral District J*0:0* Electors. 1. Albury ? 1,234 2. Argyle ? 2,818 3. Balmain ? 3,359 4. Balranald ? 3.404 5. Bathurst ? 1,445 6. TheBogau ? ...'. 3'250 7. Boorowa ? 1353 8. Bourke ? 3,494 9. Braidwood ? 1,619 10. Camden ? 3,637 11. Canterbury ? 5 761 12. Carcoar ? 2,689 13. The Clarence ? 1,721 14. Central Cumberland ? 3,59 7 15. Durham ? 1.481 16. Bden ? 2^605 17. Forbes ? 2,617 18. The Glebe ? 2,147 19. Glealnnes ? 1,577 20. Gloucester ? 1,678 21. Goulburn ? , 1,586 22. Grafton ? 1,918 23. Grenfeil ? 1,646 24. Gundagai ? 1,805 25. Gunnedah ? 1,958 26. The Gwydir ? 1.781 27.Hartley ? 1.718 28. The Hastings and Man ning ? 2,356 20. The Hawkesbury ? 2.021 30. The Hume ? 3.016 31. The Hunter ? 1.356 32. The Upper Hunter ? 2.773 33. Ulawarra ? 1.743 S4. Inverell ? 1,882 35. Kiama ? 1.335 S6. The Maoleay ? L808 37. East Maoquarie ?...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

Iii certain paiis of the Mediterranean a species of mussel is found, of which the shells contain one of the most beautiful textile materials known. Tho fibres are aeeii to be extremely lustrous, glistening in the sunshine in shades varying from a golden yellow to olive brown. It has been suggested that spun and woven in the ordinary manner, stocking^ gloves, neckties, and sfraila?, ^ickicaA te^pa^ ; factured from them, and they arelikew&i sp&aalijv ; suited for making the finest lace* In the reign of Edward III. o»ly 100 lawyer* were allowed,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

Arc the Bathurst people ever to get PubliJH Gardens or Recreation Grounds that will b-fl attended to and beautified? Answer: Yes; il your member will only get the Government to vot II the money, and then get the same bodj of gentle II men to find the men to do the work for them. Thtll present Bathurst member seems particularly fortunate II in securing large sums of public money for improvf II ments in and about this city. We might mention II few cases that come urominentlv before us. Fir&tlv 11 we find, additions to the Post and Telegraph H Offices. Improvements now going on in front t H the Courthouse consisting of iron railings on gtor H foundations, equalled only by those round tl? H Roman Catholic church and grounds ; a gran H asphalte footpath is also being laid at considerab- H expense from William-street to George-street. TJ H workshops are almost complete. The Vale Cre- jfl Bridge in Russel-street is going ahead, and so alt 9 is the one in Durham-street. The waterwor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

BURGESS' PATENT SELF-RAKER REAPER, fitted with driver's seat, steel finger board, lever to dip points, main wheel, tired with wrought Iron, hand wheel wholly of wrought iron; patent oilers, usnaU extras, and two The following are the general characteristics of this REAPEB:— The gearing for giving motionrto titarakes is placed with the drivers 6bq$ oil t tiofojitside -tf th$ main wheel, and the gearing w dtive the knife is om tsh£ inner side. The cutter bar is in a line iftith. the main axle, the crank level with the knife, and the two carrying wheels opposite each other. Thus nearly all tiie weight. of thc.maolnne is carried over the centre of the main wheel and very little on the side wheel ; side draught is reduced, the balance is perfect every way ; there is no weight on the horses' necks, and the machine travels perfectly over uneven land without danger of the finger points catching the ground. The rake centre being outside, the circle of sweep is large, and therefore the delive...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

MtmuWt Itttettigpc** (From our special tourcet of information.) SYDNEY, The Chief Commissioner of Conditional Purchases has just issued his report, which shows that the conditional purchases of last year amounted to 2,329,000 acres, or oyer one-third of a million acres more than the sales of 1880. No report published of the number of acres taken up by dummies. Enormous supplies of goods going to .Bathurst} principally for the firm of E. Webb & Co.

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THE KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

THE KITCHEN GARDEN. The Gardens now have a fine chance of repaying their kind attendants. Some of them, are greatly in debt, having given forth no fruit for a long time past. In a few cases the attendants have become somewhat disheartened, possibly, and have almost given up the idea of trying again. At times, they have blamed the gardens — the clay, the stones, the weeds — the seeds have frequently come in for a ' round?' of abuse, while a few persons say it is' for want of rain. These last, in all probability, are correct. In many cases thev most certainlv are. for we have seen seeds that have been supplied by E. Webb & Co. that have been watered and properly attended to shoot up quickly. Some grew well and got several inches above the ground, but were so 'hotly' attacked during Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, the 23rd, 24th and 25th ultimo, respectively, that they succumbed and left but their dead stumps to tell the tale, This being the case, and rain having come, now is the...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

E.WBBB&eO. ABB GENERAL IMPORTERS DIRECT FROM THE BEST MAKERS, of every class of goods, from all parts of the world. They are now making A GRAND DISPLAY OF M Al CHOICE SliMIIR GOODS in all thrir various departments, Advices from their London agent, and invoices to hand, tell them that very large shipments are coming forward for disposal during the coming season. The following shipments have recently come to hand, and are to arrive, viz. : — Continued from last ? 3,626 Ex 8.8. SHANNON ? 30 Oases and Bales Ex s.s. CLYDE ? 86 .„ „ ExARDMILLAN ? 6 „ „ Ex s.s. BOHILLA ? 20 „ „ ExLETTERFOURIB ? , 2 Cases $x s.s. CARTHAGE ? fi Cases, Bales, & Tierces ExWINDERMERE ? 5 Cases and Tierces Ex s.s. ANCONIA ? 1 Case Ex THEOPANE ? . 48 Cases and Tieroe* Ex MILLWALE ? 21 Cases Ex ASTORIA ? . 23 „ Mxes. KAISIR-I-HIND ... 5 „ Ex 8.8. PESHAWUR ? 11 aUxCrNISCA ? U Cases, Bales, & Tierces El PATRIARCH ? 692 Cases and Casks Ex BERWICK LAW ? 100 Cases Ex GRETA ? * ? 20 Cases, Bales,...

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A Trip down the Tawkesbury. ON THE WAY THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

% iri}) dotun the |§aittektttr. OK THE WAY THERE. After spending a few days in that queen of cities, Sydney, etijoying the festivities in connection with a wedding, which are most agreeable and pleasant while going on, one is inclined to wish for a run off to some country town for a little quiet. If quiet is what you really want, I should say, No place in Australia — nay, more, no place on the broad expanse of earth — could beat that primitive little town, Windsor, situated on the Hawkesbury, some 14 miles from Penrith and about 34 miles from Sydney. It was my pleasure to form one of an original party to visit this township of Windsor, on September 28rd, 1882, on my way round to the Hawkesbury. The usual scramble for tickets at the worst arranged railway ticket office in the world reminds one of a rough scrimmage in a foot-ball match. Being successful, and pulling through without any broken limbs, after several sharp elbow digs, panting and gasping, we at last reach a carriage, take...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 October 1882

01t*3ttttrorst first MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1882

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1882

The accompanying cut represents BURGESS' Manual - Delivery Combined REAPING & MOWING MACHINE, arranged as a Reaper. Instead of being with shafts, as shown, ?what K. Webb & Co. have in stock are fitted with pole for two horses, and an extra seat for the raker. We can £ supply them right or left hand cut. ^ These Machines we have had in ami- gjf factored especially to our orders, acting sgl ^SSg^w^ ^iSk upon suggestions made by a number of Farmers in this district. Amongst other improvements, we would call the attention of Farmers to the fact that the main bracket, which includes that part on which the finger beam fixes, has been made much stronger than usual ; also to the special advantages ^derived from the shoe roller working on ia swivel. The platform is also covered with galvanized iron. PRICE, £26. Burgses Combined Reaping and Mowing Machine. Price. £2(3. The draught of these Machines is extremely light, and is so arranged that the weight is taken off the wheel i...

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ALL SORTS. (London Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1882

ALL SOETS, (London Paper.) A novel suit— Yellow covers. The Khedive is not too4oo but Tewfik. Arabi's monument will be painted Nile green. Two heads are better than one on the penny at °\larriage is like a corset string. It is the tie that binds. . ,, . . , ,, A good thing to have especially in hot weather— ; cool million. . ~ In the morning a man gets up, but in the evening he gets supper. / . . . To say the good die young is a standing invitation {?« a small boy to be bad. . . ,., The average Russian patronymic is like a post (ifice— in has too many letters in it. A man gathers wisdom from a financial loss, ike a razor, he is sharper for being strapped. A woman does not care so much whether her istume is warm in winter or cool in summer. All iat she requires is that it shall look warm in the one we and look cool in the other. ?The most thoughtful man has been discovered a'New Jersey. Just before he died he said to the indertaker : 'When you put me on ice do not waste j ay on my fe...

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A Trip down the Tawkesbury. (Continued from last Issue, October 16, 1882.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1882

Jl ®rip down th« gatuhesbuite. (ConHnutd/fmUutUtUi, October fa WB.) ? jJL* an early hom*j Mr. eriift Mrs. W. were out, and i-fuhd breakfast waiting. Operations were com menced without the company of the other gentlemen, as watting, when the coach must start promptly, would be *4 poor game. The Irishman at last made hie apbearhhee, and so also his friend. Breakfast half oter, Pars merry voice was heard shouting, 'All aboard? Kow then, time is up!' This reminded one greatly of the good old coaching days between Bathurst and Sydney, when Cobb and Co.'s coaches were in such demand. All those who travelled then must remember the throat-burns they got while endeavouring to gallop their meals down, expecting the dreaded 'All aboard?' from the driver every minute. Before leaving the beautifully clean and well-kept Royal Hotel at Windsor, we must say a word about this ancient but substantial and comfortable hostelry. The rooms are a fair size, with fine long dining room, in which, in years g...

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George's Poser. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1882

George's Poser. 'George,' said materfamilias to the small boy, 'it 'ou do not behave better I shall send you to bed ?ifteen minutes before your usual time. And then George put this poser : « I say mother, ,hen I do behave first-rate why do you not let me iay up fifteen minutes beyond my regular time ? ? Strange.-Patt So yer goin' to India, Mike; M how do ye travel, me bhoy ?— Mike : By the P. tUd 0. Company.— Pat: Pay and Owe? Sure Ws a mighty strange name for a company \ what does it mane, alanna ?— Mike J Faix, and I cant % unless it manes that they pay their way and $We nothin'. , It was iu a New England school. ' What is the teminineof tailor?' asked the teacher of a class in grammar. 'Dressmaker,' was the prompt reply «U bright eyed boy. To spin and weave, to knit and sew was once a girl's employment; but now to dress and catch a beau, is all she calls enjoyment. / When a business is 'run down,' it is time to Have it ' wound up.' 'A blacksmith is seldom arrested for forgery, - ...

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Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1882

IU#$ Hodge-Podge. — An excellent way of warming up cold mutton. — Mince your mutton (it is better rather underdone), and cut up one or two lettuces and two or three onions into slices. Put these into a stewpan with about 2 ozs. of butter, pepper and salt to taste, and half a cup of water ; simmer for three-quarters of an hour, keeping it well stoned ; boil some peas separately, mix them vith ihe mutton, and serve very hot. Jam or Treacle Pudding.— One teacupful of suet, one teacupful of bread-crumbs, one teacupful of flour, one teacupful of jam or treacle, one teacupful of new milk, one tablespoonful of sugar, one teaspoonful of carbonate of soda. Add a little salt, mix all together, put into a mould, and steam for two hours. Sweet sauce is an improvement. Fowls, to fatten.— Mix a little unsifted flour, ground rice scalded with milk ; add a little butter and coarse sugar, and a little chopped meat. Make it thick, and feed them several times a day. This soon fattens them. Give them a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1882

New Tweeds, New Coatings, New Suitings, New Trouserings. E.WEBB&Co.'s SECOND SHIPMENTS of SUMMER WOOLLENS Are just to hand, and comprise some Vef^y Choice and Stylish goods, In West of England, Scotch, and Continental Manufactures. A choice range of patterns in the famous BLISS' TWEEDS (Summer substances now on view). Price for Suits, MADE TO OBDEE, from 57s. 6d. £9* Send for Patterns and Instructious for Self measurement. MORRIS'S IMPERIAL The Cures effected by this ointment comprise Australian Blight, Ulcers on the Eyeballs, Chronic Affections of the Eyelids (restoring Eyelashes), Weak and Sore Eyes, Stye, Incipient Cataract, Granular Disease, and other Affections of the Eye ; also, Ringworm, spots on the Face and Neck of Females, Scorbutic or other Eruptions. WONDERFUL CURES are EFFECTED BY IT. The Curative Power of this Great Remedy, i& cases of years' standing, almost amounts to a miracle. It may be applied to Infants, and the size of a grain of rice to Adults t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

E. -W E IB B -to oa * — SUPPLY THE — I JVI /t©|H I N E F^Y SJHEWN BELOWJ ' ^L ^BHBSBBBBHBBfiMffll^BHBBi imi with rising ^H^^^JI f nXH ^^^BfflH stopping and. re -^^^^^^^^^gjJ^H r~iT ??''?''' ''J'^£liiMH^~V'»i.ftiiisgia5l5g===r. ^H VinndlpK All flip i BENT ALL'S GEE CHAFF-CUTTER. In Stocl. BJ^WufTcEH CHAFF-CUTTER. I In Stock. H IMF - BINDING ^JBIiiiK^CS^ HOWARD'S NEW PATENT | STRING I 3 SHEAF - BINDING I % WPEl^. Howard*s New Patent Stbing Sheaf-Binding Reaper is the result of several years of mechanical experiments and practice in the harvest-field, and has been thoroughly proved, both in England and the Australian colonies, under very varying conditions of weather, land, and crops. The draught is very light, and the weight of the machine being balanced upon the carrying wheels, there is no undue pressure on the necks of the horses. It is remarkably free from complication, and in order I to avoid the clogging of the knotting mechanism, the needle arm, instead of, as heretofore, bindi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

0kt§8tkttrsl-|)jrst FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1882.

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