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BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

BLAYNEY. (Advocate.) Blayaey Railway Station. — We are glad to state that Mr. Surveyor Biddulph has been engage at the station this week planning out the alterations about to be carried out: The alterations will beof a very extensive nature, including amongst other things a refreshment room. From a casual gUttfe at cne pians, ic is very evident rue department considers the Blaycey Station one of the most important on the western line. It is also thought more than probable that in the course of time the railway workshops will be located at Blayney. [Railway Workshops. — Are we asleep, desd, or what ? Some people are afraid of offending the Commissioners by asking them any questions abbnt our Bathurst workshops. They seem to think that the feelings of these gentlemen may be hurt. It i&j simple thing surely to approach them in a respectful I manner, without doing anything to cause them to make us feel small, even should they refuse onr request. There surely is nothing infra dig...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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The Victorian Agricultural Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

The Victorian Agricultural Statistics. Tub Government Statist has issued another instal ment of the Government statistics, showing that the area under barley for 1888-9 was 83,313 acres. The gross produce was 718,921 bushels of malting and 409.611 bushels lof other barley. The increase in the area under barley is upwards of 42,000 acres, and the increase in the production is upwards of 177,000 bushels The high prices of last year led the farmers to go more into barley cultivation, but the averages show a great falling off, being 11,41 malting and 20.10 of other kinds.

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

In our last issue we took some trouble to show our readers that the chances are greatly in favour of our having a beautiful season for the farmers this year. Everything that has happened since we penned those lines tends to show that things are turning out as we prognosticated. Few, if any, persons can remember a more genial April ana May than we have just experienced. Our farmers have indeed had hard times for several years past, and the 1888-89 harvest was the ' last straw ' upon more than one ' elephant's back,' speaking metaphorically. Many, of course, have been able to pull through the hard times, and we can only hope that all will do their best to crop as much land as possible, so that they may get the full benefit of the good season that now promises so strongly. We feel certain that the forced rest the land has had will do much to make it yield enormous crops, if the season will only favour us. Several farmers are now Beginning to jarm as uiey uo in me oiu country. They have...

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Fire in William Street. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

Fire in William Street. About midnight on Saturday, 4th met. (says the B. F. Press), an alarm of fire was given, as the weatherboard buildings at the corner of William and Russell street were in flames. The corner establish ment is used as a billiard saloon, and on Saturday night was securely locked ud by the lessee's assistant. Mr. Minehan. Shortly after midnight a civilian was passing up William-street and saw flames issuing through the boards. He at once gave the alarm, and Captain Butcher very speedily extinguished the flames. Upon examination it was found that the fire had originated in a corner of the buildiug near to which was a gas pipe which stood up a short dis tance between the inner and outer walls. The fire appears to have run up the wall, and having reached the ceiling, which was of calico, it spread very rapidly. The ceiling was in a blaze before Captain Butcher arrived, and a number of persons had en tered the room with the object of throwing out the billiard tables,...

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A PAIR OF MODERN GAME FOWL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

A PAIR OF MODERN GAME FOWL. Mr. W. H. Webb imported a pair of beautiful Black-red Game of the abore type last November, by the steamship Victoria. They are now moulting well, and, with fair luck, should take a place at the coming shows. On account of the numerous importations during the past year, our Bathurst fanciers must not expect to be so much to the front as they have been during the last two years. At this time of the year poultry fanciers usually have trouble- in their yards. Colds are prevalent, and, unless at tended to, they lead to more serious complaints whirh often end tatally. John Walton's tonic paste is a grand preventa tive of numerous complaints. It is sold at 1/- per tin. All instructions Jfoj ^gHiiistering are printed on the tii\3. For roup, few medicines equal Walton's Roup Pills.

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The Victorian Grain Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

The Victorian Grain Statistics. Mr. B. Cowdeboy, secretary to the Chamber of Commerce, by direction, complained to the Lands Department in December of the unsatisfactory man ner in which the grain statistics were now collected, and asking that a more effective and reliable system be adopted. He states that the returns last year proved so inaccurate as to be quite misleading. The Chamber urges the employment of expert collectors at a sufficiently liberal rate of remuneration. The letter was referred to Mr. Hayter, who has written to the department combatting the statements, and pointing out that the figures were checked in various ways, the result confirming their reliability. — S. Mm Herald, Jan. 29. [There might be some improve ment in our system of collecting produce returns.]

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

-E. WEBB & GO. XJAVE pleasure in stating that they have received a consign ment of NEW ZEALAND CORNIED BEEF. It is something REALLY PRIME, and those fortunate individuals who have already tried it are loud in their praises of its very EXCELLENT QUALITIES. The price is -4d. per pound, or by the original packages, containing 100, 200, and 300 lbs., it comes somewhat cheaper. LADIES' JACKETS jfkDIES' JACKETS That cannot be Excelled in the West* are now being Shown at E. WEBB & CO.'S. YISIT the SHOWROOM, and see the immense variety and the wonderful value, and you will be convinced there is no place like WEBB'S for LADIES' JACKETS. The perfect-fitting and stylish Jacket at 8/6 is worth 14/6 The 13/6, worth 20/- ; and the 18/6, worth 27/6 As there are hundreds at these prices, Ladies have no difficulty in getting one to fit. Black and Colored Jackets, plain and trimmed, 8/6 Black Astrachan Jackets 8/6. 10/6, 12/6, 13/6 up Black and Colored Cloth Jackets, 8/6, 10/6, 13/6, ...

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

YOUNG JOHN £OYD 18 HOW^, -..v ' -.*?? CONDUCTING the BUSINESS so, long car \jf ried on by his Father, and hopes to merit the patronage of the public. , The Bathurst Post 18 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. a 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. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1889.

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Sending the Money out of the Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

Sending the Money out of the Country. One of the catch-cries of the Protectionist party to unthinking people is, ' Let us have Protection and stop the money from going out of the country.'* In future the advocates of monopoly will be obliged to leave this delusion alone. The public have now the published returns from two Protected countries — the United States and Victoria. The American lrea sury returns show that with all her greatness as a manufacturing nation under Protection, she last year imported £100,000,000 worth more than she exported. This is, according to the Protectionists, a hundred million sterling was sent out of the country, coming nearer home, tho Victorian trade returns just issued show that for every £1 worth exported Victoria paid £2 away for imports. Here is a horrible Protectionist ghost badly broken up. Why should not the Protection Union in Sydney agitate to arouse their Protectionist colony to stop the money going out of the country. — Evening News.

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A Cure for Alcoholism. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

A Cure for Alcoholism. T was one of those unfortunates given to strong drink It reduced me to degradation. I vowed and trove' iong »nd hard, but I seldom held victory over Luor long. I hated drunkenness, but still I drank. When I left it off I felt a horrid want of something r ~,,o* have nr iro distracted. I could neither eat, work nor sleep. I entered a reformatory, and prayed for strength ; still I must drink. I lived so for over twenty years ; in that time I never abstained over three months hand-running. At length I was sent to the House of Correction as a vagrant. If my family had been provided for I would have preferred to remain there, out of liquor and temptation. Explaining my affliction to a fellow-prisoner — a man of much education and experience— -he advised me to make a vinegar of ground quassia ; a half ounce steeped in a pint of vinegar, and to put a small teaspoonful of it in a little water, and drink it down every time the liquor thirst came upon me very violently. ...

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

VISIT THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT. WR. SMITH begs to inform the public that he has now in, a full and varied stock of FANCY GOODS of all descriptions. Glass and China Ornaments of all kinds Books and Stationery, in variety Toys and Novelties, a big assortment Glass Shades, in all sizes. Note the Address— The Shilling Gift Depot, Two doors above Dr. Machattie's, George-st. I WEBB & CO/S GROCERY LIST FOR NET CASH, Subject to fluctuations of the Markets. b. d. ACID, Tartaric ? 2 7£ perlb. ALMONDS, S. S ? 0 10 ANCHOVY PASTE, C. and B ? ,... 1 0 per jar ARROWROOT ? 0 5 perlb. BAKING POWDER ? 0 4| per tin BARLEY, Pearl ? . ? 0 3 perlb. BISCUITS, Arnott's Mixed ? 0 8 ., Arnott's Arrowroot ? 0 8 „ „ Coffee, &c ? 0 8 „ BLACKING, Paste ? 0 7£perdoz. ., D. and M ? 0 9 per bot. BORAX ? 1 0 perlb. ?RAn-YNT Mm-J-rm'o TCnorlieVi Vtollv rrtAAPH 1 A A-#J.*.V- \J A.^ ? U&V& WAA W *J«**fc »**»»-?? »rfWifc¥ »^*wv*fc* » w yy COFFEE and MILK ? 1 7 per tin CANDIED PEEL, Lemon ?...

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The Trade of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

The Trade of Victoria. The Department of Trade and Customs has pre pared a comparative statement of the external trade of Victoria for 1888. The total value of imports, including £1,029,397 for gold and silver specie, was £23,972,134, and the total value of exports, in cluding £3,707,529 for gold and silver specie, was *13,853,763. The imports exceeded those ot 188/ by £4,949,983, and the exports exceeded those of 1887 by £2,502,618. The figures show that in the three last years the colony imported £24,521,631 more than it exported. The imports of merchandise only for the last year were £22,944,737, and the exports £10,146,234 ; the excess of imports over exports being £12,798,503. Whilst New South Wales in 1888 only imported about the same value of merchandise as she exported, Victoria imported more than twice the value of the exports of mer chandise.— Herald, March 15. He said but little, yet as he gazed on the muti lated edge of his best razor, he mentally vowed never again to ma...

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OUR SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

OUR SCHOOL OF ARTS. We feel sure that no one iu Bathurst wishes any harm to this fl*ne institution. There may be some .who consider the Committee have been rather ex travagant, considering- the bad times we are having. For the benefit of our readers, we compile the table herewith from the figures given in the Bathurst Free Trees on the (ith instant. The table shows the receipts and expenditure, with the increase in each, for the first five months of the years. 1888 and 1889. Eeceipts. School ofArts Hall. Grand Total. 1888. Jan. 1 to May 30. £318 13 7 £181 6 0 £499 19 7 18S9. Jan. 1 to May 30. 415 15 1 272 12 9 088 7 10 Increase ? £ 97 1 6 .(91 6 9 £188 8 3 It must be gratifying to both members and officers to find the receipts of the institution in such a flourishing state. These figures are highly interest ing, because they show two things : first, an increase of £188 8s. 3d. in the receipts for the first five months of the year ; and secondly, because they show that the increase h...

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BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

==BATHURST RACES. - Jdn« Meeting of the Bathirst Turf Club came ff on Wednesday aftern/ on, the 5th instant. We \ am that there were five ' events,' and good fields f 11 ou a splendid conditioned course. It has ' reported that a George-street 'horsey man' retty nearly ruined all the Sydney bookies, who i Lme up here for fresh air. They, it is said, went back to Sydney with their pockets so full of this light commodity (?) that it was with difficulty they r J^K able to keep their seats in the carriages. We JM. tewe the results from the B. F. Press : — The Flying Hakdicap, a race for all horses ; $ mile ' TOlue 30 soys. Second horse to receive 3 so vs. from th? prize. Mr J.Burton's br f Advice, 7st 21b (J. Delaney) ? 1 Mr' 0* Clout's b m Amethyst, 7st 111b (Swan). ? 2 Mr. C H. Bromilow's b g Result, 7st (Langhani, ? 3 IHB SOVEREIGN Platb. — One mile handicap, 20 sovs , for all horses entered at the meeting. Acceptances, 1 sov., at scale. Mr H. McBride's bg Tommy, 7st 101b (Dalis) ? 1 ...

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DANGEROUS BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

DANGEROUS BRIDGES. Wb take the following letter from the B. F. Press, June 6, 1889 : — Sir— At the inquest on the late Mr.jGodfrey it was given in evidence that had the long-Lroken railing of the bridge been, repaired at the cost of a few shillings, the terrible fatality would not have occurred. In addition to the negk-ct of replacing broken railings, we have culverts and bridges all over this district built without any such safeguards at all. And the other day while driving a pair of horses over one of those unprotected culverts near Caloola, the horses .sHiedat the uneven planks, and, despite my utmost Effort, fell over the side into the creek, and only the whipple tree broke, the buggy must havo fallen on top of them, and my companion and I have met a terrible death. It is nothing short of criminal for the Department thus to expo-e the travelling public to the most frightful risks for the sake of saving a few pounds, and the Department should be held responsible for all accidents...

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

FRY & SON'S COCOA is the best FRY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed po» FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious bevw FRY & SON'S ROCK COCOA. . j FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination « pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. T AfrB FRY & SON'S FANCY BOXES OF CHOC0LA1* FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLLS. E. WEBB & CO., BATHURST AGENTS. ? ^ ? U00* Printed for the proprietor* by OLTNDWR WHALAN^''^ Printing Offloe, Sohool of Astr Buildings How*******' ?''~\y

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FACTS AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

, PACTS AND FANCIES. A solicitor named Stuart in Sydney has been I comrni$e4 for trial on a charge of uttering a valueless ^ -cheque.' 1^ \ Ttie b^ots ytnade from the Bathurst first prta } leather afr Webb's wear wonderfully well. j : /The cheap lines at Webb's astonish all who see ' them. i Drapery, hats, tieij scarfs, &c~, at less than half-price in many instants. *v, ^. *? -.. His Excellency the Governor' to visit Bathing shortly. . v _* To make oneself smart/secure some* of Webb'* ties and bows at half-price. / / Ladies remnants at Webb's are Jessj than half, price. Enormous bargains are now numerous in' every department. ' ? „ How long will it last ? This is a very common question in town just now. It refer* to the cutting and ruinous (so called) prices that have existed ia ' Bathurst for so many years. Wife to husband at the end of the month:' What large sovereigns you must have given me' dear, for last month ! Why ? Because three ajl them went as far as five used to, ...

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

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL! E. WEBB & CO ARE now in a jposition to supply Blankets in Quality, Quantity, and Prices before unheard of in the Western Pistrict. Note the Prices ! BLANKETS Super White Blankets, BLANKETS IN Large Size, 8/6, 10/6, 12/6 IN WHITE H/6, 17/6 per pair * WHITE Extra Super White Blankets 13/S. 16/6, 19/6, 21/- pair BLANKETS English Bush Blankets, 17/6, BLANKETS IN 21/-, 25/6, 27/6 per pair IN RED New Zealand Blankets, very RED fine. 27/6, 35/-, 47/6 pair Super. Red Blankets, 10/6 12/6. 13/6 per pair Extra Super Red Blankets, 14/6, 17/6, 22/6 per pair BLANKETS Super. Blue Blankets, 9/9, BLANKETS IN 11/11, 13/o per pair IN- BLUE Extra Super. Blue Blankets, BLUE 15/6, 17/6, 19/6 per pair BLANKETS Grey Blankets, 6/6, 7/9, 10/6 BLANKETS IN per pair IN QREY Super. Grey Blankets, 12/6, GREY 14/6, 17/6 per pair An Immense Stock of Fancy QUILTS, JUST OPENED. Imitation Eider Down Quilts, large size, 10/6, 13/6, 16/6 Snow Down Quilts, very large size, 13/6, 18/6, 21/ Real ...

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

MR. GEO- E. CARTER; R.D:S, 13 (Late of College and Elizabeth Streets, Hyde Park, Sydney— Estab. 1877), VISITS BATHURST EVERY FRIDAY. lting Rooms ? At Mr. AVERY'S,' Chemist, William Street. ARTIFICIAL TEETH! ARTIFICIAL TEETH ! on Gold, Platinum, Vulcanite, &c, from \ 10s 6d per Tooth. Highest Glass Workmanship, Prize Medal Teeth, and perfect fit guaranteed. Fitted without clasps by Atmospheric Suction. V-* y, nines Dentistry in all Branches, including Painless Extraction under Nitrous Oxide 3igH oi»»* Gag &0#_Teetn stopped in Gold, &c. - CONSULTATION FREE. ? APPOINTMENTS MAY BE MADE WITH Mr. AVERY. ? IMPORTANT TO LADIES ! . tjjCh COLOURED CASHMERES.— 23 pieces, 4-4' worth l/9£, Reduced tol/l&. Why waste shoe w£-r ranntag about town seeking cheap goods, when Scmi 6oy for 1/ H what others cb irge 1/7^ for 1 Eft nieces Plain Honiespnne, worth f-/- doz, now 3/11 doz ' Wode Cloths grand value 9/- doz, now ouly 6/11 ? -gLjial value iirrJped Tweeds 11/6, now ...

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

MEMORY, IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. fT^HIS method of improving and strengthening JL the Memory has for a long period been exten sively employed by all classes of the community in all parts of Australia and Tasmania, and is now admitted to be the simplest and best method of aiding the mind to retain anything and everything that may be required to be committed to memory. Amongst other things, the following advantages may be alluded to : — All kinds of Study is rendered easy and certain. - Hundreds of Historical dates may be learned in an hour or so. Recitations, in prose and verse, may be mastered almost as rapidly as the words can be read. Long Sermons, Lectures, Speeches, &c, may be delivered without M.S.S. or any notes. In fact, the many advantages are far too nu merous to mention. The System is now used by Clergymen, Baristers, Schoolmasters, Editors, htudents, &c, &c, with best results. The whole system will be forwarded complete, to any address, on receipt of...

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