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

A Good time really appears to be ahead at last. Things continue to grow, and the rain comes at short intervals just when some one Joes not want it, but, no doubt, at a time to suit the world best. Holders of quantities of grain and flour are getting anxious, wondering what the next move will be. Some are already forcing sales at a loss, fearing that the coming harvest is going to be a ' boomer,' and that prices will come down. Well, be that as it may, it is rather amusing to notice the effect of ' Protection ' on Some of the markets. We have came to the con clusion that some of the farmers and speculators also in Victoria and South Australia are badly in want of a little more ' Protection ' than they have at the present moment. ' Protection,' this time, from their own short sightedness and folly. If they can only produce a' politician who can give them a bill that will hand them this, then, we say, 'they are a clever people worth imitating. A short time since and the clever, smart, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

The Gnat Event of the ToariHI E. WEBB & CO.'S 'IMMENSE REDUCTIONS AT STOCK TAKING.' A few Quotations will be Sufficient to Convince all of the Genuineness of the Reductions in Prices. CRETONNES. CRETONNES. CRETONNES. These are all in New Colorings and Designs. Former Price — 5id Now Reduced to — 3|d Former Pi ice — 7|d Now Reduced to — 4j d Former Price — 8|d Now Reduced to — 6j d Former Price — 9£d Now Reduced to — 7i rd Former Price — 10|l Now Reduced to — 8i4 Former Price — 12^d Now Reduced to — 9( Former Price — 16£d Now Reduced to — 1/- Remnants of Shirtings — Remnants of Twillings — Remnants of Colicoes — Remnants of Demasks — Remnants of Towellings — Remnants of Window Hollands. These are all subject to a Special Reduction I Coloured. Wool Mats, SLIGHTLY SOILED. Note the Reduction— From 7/1 1 each %6 4/6- ~ — Note the Reduction— From 12/6 each to 5/6 Note the Reduction — From 21/6 each to 8/6 Note the Reduction— From 22/6 each to 12/6 Note the Reduction— From 72/6 eac...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

|f inter Bargains! ?? Winter Bargains ! i ' AT E.WEBB&CO.'S BARGAINS IN WINTER DRESS MATERIALS. Homespuns, worth 6/- doz— Reduced to 2/11 doz Fancy Striped Homespuns— original price 10/6 doz, now Reduced to 7/6 doz A few ends left of the 9/11 doz Heavy Striped Homespuns — Reduced from 13/6 doz A few Pieces left of the 13Jd Cashmeres— Reduced from l/7i Costnme Cloths, in all colours, worth 9/- doz— Now 6/11 doz Homespuns from 6£d to 1/6 mT,^ „«,*,. The Ladies who throng E. WEBB & CO.' for Novelties are never disappointed. Amazon Cloths, in all colours Combination Robes from 15/- to 57/6 Norfolk and Dartmoor Stripes French and Estamene Serges French Cashmeres and Merinoes, &c. We intrat impress upon our patrons, that the above goods are New and Fashionable, im ported this Season. Don't fail to inspect them before going elsewhere. E. WEBB~~& CO. WEBB'S GREAT CLAERING LINE OF NEW JACKETS. WEBB'S GREAT~CLEARING LINE OF NEW MANTLES. WEBB'S GREAT~CLEARIN iNE...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Italian Fritters. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

Italian Fritters. 6 slices Bread \ pint Lemon Syrup 2 oz Butter. Shane the slices of bread nicely, and fry in hot butter ; pile high on a dish, and pour over either some lemon syrup or any kind of preserve made hot. Best salt butter at Webb's only 1/- per lb ; lemon syrup, 1/4^ per quart bottle.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Potato Cheesecakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1889

Potato Cheesecakes. 1 lb Potatoes 2 Eggs 1 Lemon 2 oz Sultanas 2 oz Sugar f lb Pastry. Boil potatoes and rub them through a seive ; beat in the yolks of two eggs, the rind and piece of a lemon, the sultanas, and sugar ; line a dish or some fatty pans with light pastry, nearly fill them with the mixture, stand on a baking sheet, and bake in a quick oven for about 20 to 25 minutes. Sprinkle over some castor sugar, and serve either hot or cold. It is acknowledged by all who have used it that the best and only flour that can be depended on for making really first-class pastry is the Shield brand, to be had at Webb's only. Try it.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW HE FOUND HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

HOW HE FOUND HER. BY INEZ IRVING. ' How much can you give me for these, sir ? ' The stout, good-natured dealer in second-hand books looked at the pale, pretty face of the owner of the sweet silvery voice, and just glanced at the rather passe cloak and gloves, before he proceeded to business. She had taken three books from a rather shabby shopping bag and held them towards him for inspection. They were handsomely bound volumes Jof poetry — Mrs. Browning and Jean Ingelow, in ultramarine and gold, and a copy of a large edition of Longfellow, in bold, handsome type, with fine illustrations, and bound in thick purple Morocco. The dealer scented 'better times' on the articles offered, for the books were of the costliest, and ' reduced circumstances ' was plainly written upon the the poor apparel. ' They cost a good many dollars, sir,' said the low voice timidly, ' and they are not much worn.' ' Yes, I dare say ; but you see they are. after all, second-hand books, and sell for a trine.' ' ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

~~~ T. 'BENNETT PURCHASES SECOND-HAND FURNITURE TO ANY AMOUNT. thomasIennett, HAVING THE LARGEST PREMISES AND I STOCK of FURNITURE r / 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 has a LARGE STOCK OP EVERY HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENT always on hand. Time-Payment System from £5 to £500, and a Large Discount allowed for Cash Purchases. Wholesale Dealers Liberally Treated. Note: Address ! T. BENNETT'S GREAT WESTERN FURNITURE BAZAAR, Bentinck and Russell Streets, BATHURST. ' $$MM NAILS. ASK FOR WALLABY BR^ND. AMERICAN MACHINERY ) /HIGHEST QUALITY ENGLISH WORKMEN } GIVE { AND SWEDISH IRON ORES J ( LOWEST P RICES. Please give them a Trial next time you Buy. Please Ask for a 2d. Tin of EMERINE. For Polishing Cutlery and Metals; and Extracting Bust, it is unequalled. UNDERSHIRTS^JJNDERSHIRTS. WE have opened a very choice lot for the present season, in Merino Finish, Merino, Lambs1 Wool, and...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

Ornaments made of elephants' tail-hair are the latest freak of fashion. The hairs are converted into bracelets and watch-chains, with gold fixings. There was a great delicacy in the manner in wheh a foreigner, navmg » ««»«* -«-© -- - Country, broke the intelligence to his relations on the other side of the water. He wrote as follows : « You brother had been addressing a large meeting of citizens, who had manifested the deepest interest in him, when the platform upon wmen ne »uuu being, as subsequently ascertained very insecure, gave way, owing to which he fell and broke his neck. 'Good-bye Lucy,' said a two-year-old the other day to one of his good natured aunts- 'You must not say that, my boy,' said his .mother 'you should say good-bye aunt Lucy. « And must I say good-bye aunt mamma ioo i =w' ««« j~ — o — quick as thought. The rinks are all the rage. Wonderfol ! Isn't it? How the ladies roll, tumble, and faU ; some lwnf.lv. others clumsily. The prettier she is the .more gracefully ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

BATHURST, August 15th, 1889. (To the Editor of the Bathurst Post.) S»,-Sinoe the 94 tost, we have noticed « g-j-jje* & ^VonIi '^KSSJKS'Ci statements, we leave the public of this city to judge as to who was the ? FIRST TO REDUUt THE PRICE OF GOJKPAJW^NoJJUGAR ! EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT Appeared oaa. FRii^^-^j «* FIHST TIMES, TTU-lxeroas c WBRR AND CO. REDUCED No. 1 COMPANY'S SUGAR on AOGDST 1, 1889, TO 3iOL. PER TiT*.» As all who Buy from them know. Wp. remain Yours truthfully, E. WEBB & CO. ? GREAT REDUCTIONS! WONDERFUL BARGANNS! IN ?? wfiinn O HA Id Mercery & Woollen Departments Ties at 1/-, new 6d TJftH at 1/6. bow 9d Ties at 1/9, now 9d fi^s at 2/-, now 1/ Ties at 2/6, now 1/6 „ Ties in every variety o! color, shape and style, all i^pBpe.^ h 1/8 nd 1/9 ? iMP-F^j^- 'g^ees, Braces, At 6d per pair, reduced from 1 /? : 7ppUiS m «U *e Newest Shapes, »nd Best iffikEBOHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS tiSStp* Mid SOk Handkerchiefs, from 1/11 the dozen Oflnte' Winter Gloves ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extracts of Eucalyptus. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

Extracts of Eucalyptus. It is interesting to find (says the Journal of Com merce) how fast the industry of extracting various alkaloids and resins from the eucalyptus tree is growing. In Australia the trade of eucalyptus ex tracts for medicinal and toilet purposes is very large and expanding rapidly. We also find that the leaves, baric, and truit or various eucalypti are being extensively distilled, or subjected to maceration, in Algeria and the South of France. In Provence, both at Marseilles and Grasse, large quantities of the different extracts are put on the market, and either sent to the wholesale manufacturing drug gist up north, or made into various hygienic com pounds on the spot. Besides the use of eucalypial and other extracts in soaps, washes, and ointments, they have been increasingly appreciated and em ployed by manufacturers of antiseptic and disinfect ing preparations. We believe that there is yet much to be done in the field of research in connection with the alkaloi...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

fHB TKBTH1 THE TEETH! MR. GEO. E. CARTER, R.D.S., (Late of College and Elizabeth Streets, Hyde Park, Sydney — Estab. 1877), VISITS BATHURST EVERY FRIDAY, nonsuiting Rooms ? At Mr. AVERY'S, Chemist, William Street. ARTIFICIAL TEETH ! ARTIFICIAL TEETH ! on Gold, Platinum, Vulcanite, &o., from 10s 6d per Tooth. Highest Class Workmanship, Prize Medal Teeth, and perfect fit guaranteed. Fitted without clasps by Atmospheric Suction. Utah Class Dentistry in all Branches, including Painless Extraction under Nitrous Oxide *'» Gas, &o.-Teeth Stopped in Gold, &c- CONSULTATION FREE. _4__— -APPOINTMENTS MAY BE MADE WITH Mr. AVERY. ? MR. -I. NAYLOR, I PIANOFORTE TUNER, PURPOSES j VISITING BATHURST [ . ^nt the 15th INSTANT, and will have the pleasure ? of waiting upon you. farTWar I _Terrible War I J. HUteHIN, Cheap Boot Shop, KEPPEL STREET. REPAIRS Done on the Shortest Notice. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. COMB GNE ! COME ALL ! And DON'T FORGET TO PAY HIM A VISIT ! KOTE THE ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

The Bathurst Post IS published on tbe 15th of every month, and having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OP ADVERTISINGS b. d Pot 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 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. '~ THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1889.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER PEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

ANOTHER PEST. Ode Mudgee correspondent writes : — We have '-? developed an entirely new pest in our district ^ Hetherto we have always regarded the common ??* magpie — or, as naturalists call them, the ' pied ^ crow '~as a bird harmless to the farmer. However \ farmers about here have noticed great numbers of 1 these birds spread about on the wheat fields just as 1 the shoot appears above ground. They seemed vety J busy at something, and it was supposed that, as they 3 like worms and grubs, it was these articles of diet I they were seeking. But on investigation it was 3 found that ' Mag ' was after something entirely j different. Just as the grain sprouts and sends up a 1 shoot to the surface it is very soft and milky. l&faM Magpie has found that this is good food, and with 1 her strong bill she goes to the root of the shoot and 'M pulls up the grain of wheat. New-sown fields have li no attraction for them, but as soon as the plant jj shows above the ground droves of the bir...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

A better time is coming. Prospects at present are excellent all around our distrect, and the country generally gives one the impression that this is truly ft land flowing with milk and honey. We are of the opinion that the good old times are about to visit us again, and that what to-day is more scarce than for many years past (possibly more so than at any other period of the history of this great colony, at least so for as this district is concerned) —-that is money — may soon be found plentiful. Our fanners have been immense sufferers through the great failures of their crops for a succession of seasons. Twice through continuous rains falling during tbe harvest time to such an extent that many were unable to cut their crops at all, and the wheat actually grew in the ears as it stood in the paddocks yet uncut, and those who succeeded in cutting it, most unfortunately found their labour thrown away, for it had to lie in the fields and rot under their very eyes. But last year was the ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

FRY & SON'S COCOA is the best PRY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. PRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverage PRY & SON'S ROCK COCOA. FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Halt. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. FRY & SON'S FANCY BOXES OP CHOCOLATE FRY & BON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLLS. E. WEBB & CO., BATHURST AGENTS. E. WEBB & CO.'S GROCERY LIST FOR NET CASH, J Subject to fluctuations of the Markets. 1 s. d. 1 ARROWROOT ? ~ ? 0 5 perlb. 1 ANCHOVY PASTE, C. and B ? 0 11 per jar I ALMONDS, soft shell ? 0 10 perlb. I ALMONDS, Jordan ? 2 5 „ 1 BLOATERS, Morton's ? 0 8| per tin ! BAKING POWDER ? 0 4| per tin BARLEY, Pearl ? , ? 0 3 perlb. BISCUITS, Arnott's Mixed ? 0 8 f,V ., Arnott's Arrowroot ? 0 8,, „ Coffee,r&c ? 0 8,, i BLACKING, Paste ? 0 4£pe...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New South Wales Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Dog Society. 12th ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

New South Wales Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Dog Society. 12th ANNUAL EXHIBITION. At this society's exhibition, held in Sydney the week before last, Mr. W. H. Webb was the second largest winner with the following prizes, vix. : — Cochins, cock and hen, buff or cinnamon, 2nd prize. Langshans, cock and hen, highly commended, British game, cock bird, black-red, coop, 2nd prize. British game, duckwing, hen, 1st prize. British game, pile, hen, 1st prize. British game, pile, cock, 2nd prize. Malay hen, exceeding 1 year, 2nd prize. Malay pullets, under 12 months, 1st prize. Australian (colonial) game, black -red cock, 1st prize. Australian (colonial) game black-red hen, 1st prize. Australian (colonial) game, black-red hen, 2nd prize Australian (colonial) game, white, cock, 2nd prize. Australian (colonial) game, white, hen, 2nd prize. Australian (colonial) game, any color, cock under 12 months, 1st prize. Australian (colonial) game, any color, pullet under 12 months, 1st prize. Australian (...

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 XXVIII. HIB PA GOES CALLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

PICK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXVIII. HIS PA GOES CALLING. .His Pa Starts forth— A Picture of the Old Man ' Full '— Politeness at a Winter Picnic— Assaulted by Sand baggers- Resolved to Drink no more Coffee — A Girl full of ' Aignogg.' ' Say, you are getting too alfired smart,' said the grocery man to the bad boy as he pushed him into a corner by the molasses barrel, and took him by the neck and chocked him so his eyes stuck out. ' You have driven away several of my best customers, and now, confound you, I am going to have your life,' and he took up a cheese knife and began to sharpen it on his boot. 'What's the — gurgle — matter,'* asked the choking boy, as the grocery man's fingers let up on his throat a little, so he could speak. 'I hain't done nothing'.' ' Didn't you hang up that dead gray tom-cat by the heels, in front of my store, and, pointing to the rabbits, asked what good fat cats were selling for. By crimus, this thing has got to stop ! You have got to move out of th...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1889

Betting on the rainfall is carried on with so much energy in Bombay that the local Government have tried to set down the practice as unlawful gambling. A shed erected near a certain tank is fitted up with two large rain-gauges, called tl Calcutta' and 'Lukda' 'morees,' and with numerous stalls, whose keepers register the bets on the rainfall to be determined by the gauges. Sometimes 500 to 1,500 persons crowd round the shed for the ' bursat-ka-sutta,' or rain betting, and all pay. the stall-holders a small com mission. The authorities thought to declare the shed a common gaming-house, and accordingly coming under the provisions of the Prevention of Gambling Act ; but the .Bombay High Court decides that the rain-betting does not constitute' a game as there is no instrument of gaming used.

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

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