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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXV. HIS PA MORTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXV. HIS PA MORTIFIED. Searching for Sewer Gas — The Powerful Odour of Lim berger Cheese at Church — The After Meeting— Fumi- gati&g the House— The Bad Boy resolves to Board at an Hotel. ' What was the health officer doing over to your house this morning?' said the groceiy man to the bad boy, as the youth was firing frozen potatoes at the man who collects garbage in the allev. ' Oh, they are searching for sewer gas and such things, and they have got plumbers and other society experts till you can't rest, and I came away for fear they would find the sewer gas and warm my jacket Say do you think it is right, when anything smells Awfully, to always lay it to a boy ?' ' Well, in nine cases out of ten they would hit it right, but what do you think is the trouble over to your house, honest?' ' S-h-h ! Now don't breathe a word of it to a living soul, or I am a dead boy. You see I was over to the dairy fair at the exposition building Saturday night...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

VISIT THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT, Always Something New! IN FANCY GOODS, of all descrip tions. Glass and China Vases and Ornaments, in variety Books and Stationery, of all kinds Side and Corner Brackets, a good selection Tobacco and Cigars, and all Smokers' requisites Toys and Novelties, a big assortment Glass Shades, round and oval, all sizes. Note the Addbess! W. R. SMITH, two doors from Dr. Maohattie's, GEORGE STREET. E. WEBB & CO. HAVE PLEASURE IN NOTING A FEW OF THEIR RECENT CONSIGNMENTS, All of which have been Imported Direot from the Manufacturers. Bentall's Celebrated Chaff Cutters, all sizes Hunt's Horse and Pony Gears, with and without inter mediates Richmond and Chandler's Corn and Oat Mills A very Large Assortment of MARPLE'S TOOLS, &c, comprising — Floor Cramps, Cold Chisels, Line Fins, Hammers, Hammer Heads, Soldering Irons, Mallets (Carpenters' and Trimmers'), Clybura Spanners, Malleable Iron Span ners. Gas Pliers, Burner Pliers, Shoeing Hammers, Tinman's ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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NEW RUBINI RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

NEW RUBINI RIFLE. The new Kubini rifle, lately adopted by the English -nay may be considered almost as great an advance od the other rifles as the first rifle was ahead of the gmooth bores which it sent to oblivion. Its features jie in all respects a wonderful improvement. In ««mpftt of accuracy, ranee and penetration it has ? produced startling results, and the terribly destructive I Sect of its bullets gives color to the opinions of I those who think that the man killing power of I modern weapons will before long prohibit all war. I At the recent trials near Aldershot there were up to I 48 per. cent of hits, at 2800 yards, on targets hidden ? by « heavy mist. The bullets penetrated } inch I woodeii planks and flattened on the iron behind. I The Rubini bullet is 1 J inch long and a little less I than three-tenths diameter, while Enfield-Mariini I ballets are 1J inch long and four-tenths in diameter, I the weights being 217 grains and 384 grains re I sportively. There is a copper ca...

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

vt0UNG JOHN BOYD ? z: Z { I8 Kow FipSpDCTHlG the BUSINESS fio long car XJ ried on by his Father, andAhopeB to merit the patronage of the public. v -~ fA , = Whe Batlw*|st P©st J S WBhiB^EU on the 1 JHJi ol every month, and i* 'driving %& m&ptr extensive circulation of any iiewepaper in l||& Wegfc,' is unrivalled as an ; ADVI^rlilNG MEDIUM; TERMS OF ADVERTISING : s. d For the first iuoh of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 w, each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? *... 1 0 -, Advertisements ordered for special positions will be charged as under : — T^or 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. ®ke Siatkttrst lust ? SATURDAY, JUNE 35, 1880.

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UTILISATION OF MINERAL OIL PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

UTILISATION OP MINERAL OIL PRODUCTS. (From the Pall Mall Gazette.) In addition to the application of solid paraffin to domestic washing, which has given such an impetus to the Scotch oil trade, other uses are being found (or the product of the shale field. The demonstration of its cleansing power in the domestic wash tub has led to the use of paraffin oil in a large paper works in the Glasgow district, and the results are reported as in every respect satisfactory, and more than answer ing the expectations formed. ' In the bleaching of rags,' says a Glasgow contemporary, ' paraffin oil has proved more effectual than any other substance yet used ; all kinds of raw material, including esparto grass, have yielded to its influence. The quantity of oil used varied according to the kind of rags, in the proportions of one, to one and a-half gallons of oil to every 20cwt. of rags, while esparto grass, owing to its thick fibre, takes three gallons of oil to the ton. As respects cost, advantag...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1889

A 8)tory comes from Baden of an infatuated American gambler, wh- in six months has Io3t and front fortune. How the latter came about was ftontewhal singular, and it is not surprising to find that ' there was a woman at the bottom 0! it ' — TO., his wife : — ?'She was a large, black-eyed woman, and, although jut a trifle masculine ia her features, was strikingly handsome, and a woman of uncommon business qualifi cations. She had studied for the lyric stage, and had sung in several public concerts, but inheriting a fortune, ?he abandoned the stage and afterwards married Dobson. Her story was most peculiar. After coming to Baden-d Badden with her husband he became a slave to liquor, and, being a reckless grmbler, with plenty of money, was soon an habitue* of the gambling-rooms and losing large sums nightty. 'To sare her husband and his fortune, Mrs. Dobson had to resort to a magnificent strategy. She was a fine card-player herself, and set out to win- her husband's money at the gamblin...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

E. WEBB & PC'S GROCERY LIST FOR NET CASH, Subject to fluctuations of the Markets. ?. d, ARROWROOT; ? 0 6 perlb. ANCHOVY PASTE, C.and B ? 0 11 per jai ALMONDS, soft shell ? 0 10 p*rlb. ALMONDS, Jordan ? 2 $ H BLOATERS, Morton's,1 ? 6 8J per tin BAKING POWDER ? 0 4|^ertin BARLEY, Pearl. ? 0 8 perlb. BISCUITS,' Amott's Mixed ? 0 8 „ ., Arnott'B Arrowroot ? 0 8 „ „ Coffee, &c ? 0 8 „ BLACKING, Paste ? 0 4& perdos. BORAX ? 1 0 perlb. BACON, Morton'sf English, belly piecea 10 „ BEEF, Tinned, Roast ?Boiled, Spiced, Corned ? 1 8 per tin COCOA, Fry's ? 1 ft per 1b, „ Malted ? „. 1 0 per tin „ Van'Houten's ? „ ? ♦ 1 2 „ „ and MilkV ? „ 1 5 „ CHOCOLATE, Fry's ? 16 „ CANDLES^Sperms'Oolonial ? OS „ „ De Roubaix ? ...;.., 0 6| „ „ Young's British Wax ? 0 6} „ CURRANTS ? 0 5 „ CANDIED PEEL, Lemon ? 0 10J „ CORN FLOUR ? 0 6£ „ COFFEE, from ? 18 „ DEVILLED HAM, Underwood's ? 10 per tU ESSENCES ? , ? * 6 6| per bottle FOOD, Faranaceous ? 1 0 per tin FRUITS, bottled ; ? 1 0 per...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Taxation in Victoria and New South Wales. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

Taxation in Victoria and New South Wales. To the Editor of the Herald. Sib,— Mr. Schey told the electors of Eedfern at the nomination that tlie taxation per head in Victoria last year was only 4d more than in New South Wales. The revenue returns for the two colonies for the year ending Jane 30 appeared in the Sydney and Melbourne papers of July 1st. They snowed the following results collected by the Customs and excise : — Victoria ? £3,026,308 New South Wales ...... 2,158,512 On the basis of the population at December 31, this is equal to £2 15s 6d per head in Victoria, and £1 19s 9d per head in New South Wales, or 15s 9d more per head in Victoria. But this does not show one-half the truth, because in Victoria there are a large number of industries that are 'protected,' as it is called — that is, the Customs duties enable them to obtain higher prices. If we take Victorian manufactures as worth £20,000,000, and then calculate half, or £10,000,000, as advantaged by protective duties t...

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

PREVIOUS to STOCKTAKING E. WEBB & CO. WOULD draw special attention to the enor mous reductions in their various Departments, and their Fancy Department is full of WINTER BARGAINS Furs ! Furs ! Furs ! For instance — Fur Boas reduced from 3/6 to 1/ each. Selling rapidly. A Splendid Line in Fox Tails, in Black and Seal Brown, 9/11— Reduced to 5/11 A Wonderfully Cheap Line in real Fur Boas, viz., Racoon, originally 11/6 — Reduced to 9/6. An extraordinary chance. Don?t let it pass. A Splendid Opossum Boa, very long — now 11/6, was 21/6. Come early. Ladies 1 be good enough to read our Special Low List of Prices for Fur Capes. This has been made in order that patrons may receive the full benefit. Black Fur Capes, 8/6— Reduced to 4/11 Black Fur Capes, 10/11— Now 6/11 Black Fur Capes, 16/11 — Fancy 1 only 10/9 A most beautiful Imitation Seal Cape, lined twilled Satin, usually 24/6— Selling for 17/9 Astrachan Capes, in Seal Brown, and Black, very nice and pretty for Girls going to sch...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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MEMORY, IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

MEMORY, IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. rilHIS method of improving and strengthening JL the Memory has for a long period been exfcen. 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 mav be alluded to : — All kinds of Study is rendered easy and certain. Hundreds of Historical dates may be learned is 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 no* merous to mention. The System is now used by Clergymen, Barristers, Schoolmasters, Editors, students, &c, &c, with best results. The whole system will be forwarded complete, to any address, on receip...

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

Woollens ! Woollens! Woollens! EW, & Co have much pleasure in stating that they ? now hold the largest and best assorted stock of Tweeds, Suitings and Worsteds, ever offered in Bathurst. Having carefully studied the tastes and pockets of their customers in placing their orders, and are now showing the latest, most attractive and durable materials at ex* ceedingly low prices. Sac Suits to measure, from 54/6 to 98/6 Trousers to measure, from 15/- to 31/ Trousers and Vests to measure, from 24/6 to 62/6 JUST opened a large assortment of Men's and Boys* Hats, in the latest and most fashionable shapes. E. WEBB & CO.

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GAME FOWL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

GAME FOWL; We onderetana that tir. W. H. Webb, of this city, $g| written to the Committee of the N.,8. Wales p.. p. 0. and Bog- Society to know if they would J 'agreeable for the judge who may be appointed by Dttt* to deal with the British' game at their show in ♦AW) to.deoicle on the winning birds in a sweepstake, 0$J6e following terms :— (t) Champion British Game Cockerel, any color, to be bred by exhibitor since Jan. 1, 1889, or July 81st, 1889 (to be stated' by breeders when entering, and the majority to .'/ decide). (2) Entrance, one guinea, which must be paid to W. H. Webb, of Bathurst, on or before September 30th, 1889, who shall hold the Amount in trust until the award be made by the judge or judges of British game at the N. S. Wales P., P., O, and Dog Society's Show in 1890 (provided the Committee agree to the request : if not, at such show as the majority of those subscribing may deter mine). (8) The one guinea to entitle all the subscribers1 cockerels in the show, of the ...

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Poor Man's Goose. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

Poor Man's Goose. Take a sheep's heart and liver, wash well, and slice them jup ; slice up also lib raw potatoes, one or two onions ; butter one of 'Webb's pie dishes, put in a layer of potatoes, then one of liver and some onions; then some more potatoes, and so on until the dish is full, seasoning each layer with some pepper and salt; pour in halt-a-pir»t oi water or gravy ; put a piece of buttered paper on the top, and bake for about two hours : and if you have a spark of gratitude, re member Webbs' can supply you with everything required for the above savoury dish except the heart and liver, which you can get almost next door, or from any of the butchers.

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

W. F. ROBERTS'! LATE OF BATHUEST, 1 (Certificated Assayer, Metallurgist, &c, of the ScWi «i MineB, Ballarat, Victoria), l -* j 13ERF0RMS Assays and Analyses of all desert 1 *? tions of 1 - ORES, MINERALS, &c. j Results forwarded by return of post. j Fkbs : ' ] Assay for Gold and Silver in the same sample. .jq. J Assay for any other metal ? ^ jj Reduction made in fees as per agreement. I Full particulars on application. I Electro Plates for Gold-saving Purposes! made to order. . ; Also, Battery-Tables & other Gold-saving i Appliances. I ASSAY OFFICE : j 73 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. j

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Sore Shoulders in Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

Sore Shoulders in Horses. There are many preventatives for sore sholders on horees, but one of the best we have heard of is as follows : — Take a handfull of common salt, the same quan tity of washing soda, and dissolve them in a bucket of boiling water. W hen the horses come in irom work, while they are still hot, and directly the collars are taken off, bathe the shoulders with the above mixture, made so hot that you can only just bear your hands in the water. Save your horses from getting sore shoulders by using the above, and save your money by purchasing the salt and soda at Webb's ; the bucket for mixing it in may also be obtained from Webb's, who have just received a large shipment, which they are selling at exceedingly low prices.

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

-ThIbTt BETH! THE TEETH! MR. GEO. E. CARTER, R.D.S , aUHG^ICAL & MBCHA.NICJ9LL DENTIST (Late of College and Elizabeth Streets, Hyde Park, Sydney— Estab. 1877), VISITS BATHURST EVERY FRIDAY. Consulting Rooms.. ? At Mr. AVERY'S, Chemist, William Street. ^/LRTIFICIAL TEETH! ARTIFICIAL TEETH ! on Gold, Platinum, Vulcanite, &c, from *'^ 10s 6d P©r Tooth. Highest Class Workmanship, Prize Medal Teeth, and perfect fit guaranteed. .-?;.- Fitted without clasps by Atmospheric Suction. *k«»» mass Dentistry in all Branches, including Painless Extraction under Nitrous Oxide | O£ig» ^ltw- Gas- &0._Teeth Stopped in Gold, &c- CONSULTATION FREE. I ^X^APPOINTMENTS MAY BE MADE WITH Mr. AVERY. ? r T. BENNETT PURCHASES SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ; TO ANY AMOUNT. THOMAS^ENNETT HAVING THE LARGEST PREMISES AND STOCK of FURNITURE IN THE WESTERN DISTRICT, BEGS to inform his numerous customers and the Public that he is always willing to EXCHANGE NEW GOODS FOR OLD, and also that he ha...

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CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

CROUP. During this cold, damp weather children are very liable to get croup, and in many cases it ends fatally through ignorance on the part of parents as to what should be done with the little sufferer. The remedy usually applied is a hot bath and an emetic. This is a very old cure and is not so effective as some others, as the attack is almost sure to return on the following evening. A very simple remedy, and one which has been used with unvarying success, is to give one or two drops of spirits of turpentine mixed with a teaspoonful of salad oil every fifteen or twenty minutes until the patient is relieved. Two or three doses should be sufficient. This treatment does not make the child sick, is little trouble to give, and the attack is not likely to ratum in the following even ing.

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CHAPTER XXVII. HIS PA GOES SKATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

CHAPTER XXVII. HIS PA GOBS SEATING. The Bad Boy Carres a Turkey— His Pa's Fame as a Skater —The old Man essays to Skate on Rollers—His Wild Capers—He Spreads Himself— Holidays a Condemned Nuisance- The Bad Boy's Christmas Presents ' What is that stuff on your shirt that looks like soap grease V said the grocery man to the bad boy, as he came into the grocery the morning after Christmas. The boy looked at his shirt front, put his fingers on the staff and said, ' 0, that is nothing but a little of the turkey dressing and gravy. You see, after Pa and I got back from the roller skating rink yesterday, Pa was all broke up and couldn't carve the turkey, and I had to do it, and Pa sat in a stuffed chair with his head tied up, and a pillow amongst his legs, and he kept complaining that I didn't do it right. I should think they could make a turkey flat on the back, so he would lay on a greasey platter without skating all around the table. Is looks easy to see Pa carve a turkey, but when I sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 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. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : b. d For the first iuch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered for speoial 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. ®fa Jiatlutrst §nt MONDAY, JULY 15, 1889.

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

Plimnhn 4k horse -shoe rilfnPlOfI^^^ NAILS. ASK FOR WALLABY BRAND. AMERICAN MACHINERY ) /HIGHEST QUALITY ENGLISH WORKMEN } GIVE { ANO SWEDISH IRON ORES ) ( LOWEST PRICBS. Please give them a Trial next time you Buy. Please Ask for a 3d. Tin op EMERINE. For Polishing Cutlery and MetalB; and Extracting Rust, it is unequalled. NEW WILLCOX & GIBBS AUTOMATIC Latest tf^NfcA -gSj£3F Invention, ana&jWT Wm $ tnt%Z producing Wf\f \ff Automatic most mSM m, W Teneionand Marvelous ?^Hgribp stitch KcBults. wfQSror Indicator. Trade Mark Id bwe )ffl^S|r °' «W7 roochlm. SILENT SEWING MACHINE Send PoBtal Card for Illustrated Price Ltat, &c. For Sale by E. WEBB & CO., Bathurst. BUY ONLY reckitts Pure Blue Sold in Is, Gd, and 3d Boxes. SOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE GROCERS. ? ^ J«* FRY & SON'S COCOA is the best FRY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverag FRY & SON'S ROCK COCOA. . .. „ j FRY & S...

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