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

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 Pins, Hammers, Hammer Heads, Soldering Irons, Mallets (Carpenters' and Trimmers'), Clyburn Spanners, Malleable Iron Span ners, Gas Pliers, Burner Pliers, Shoeing Hammers, Tinman's Pincers, Farriers' Double-edge Knives, Cut ting Pliers, Round and Flat Nose Pliers, Squares, Gauges, Saw Pads. Spokeshaves, Screwdrivers, Saw Sets, Gimlets, Plasterers' Small Tools, Pricker Pads, Galvanised Iron Punches, Brad Punches, Plumb-bobs, Plane Handles, Wing Compasses, Blow-pipes, Hand and Bench Vices, Piercing-Siw Frames, Buhl-saw Frames, Fretsaws, Bench Stops, Mitre Blocks, French Polishing Cabinets, Solde...

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

SWEATING FEET. pitas wijl be deemed a trifling subject by a good t toany. Ifc is not so in reality» however, but one of I Verygreat importance. Here is a single foot which I sweats to so serious a degree that life itself is I threatened. The limb is a lame one, and has been I h*A\v treated at the knee. It is, in fact, useless for walking purposes, but this would be borne patiently, as all restoration of it has long been despaired of. Bat the sweating of the foot is such that it is clearly running life away. The case is very much as if a constant bleeding were going on, and the health all over is giving away. If the foot is dried ever so carefully and a dry stocking put on, that is thorOUfifiy Wet ID. a, lew mmuw;» uy tue tuuBuaut profuse sweating from the skin. Here is another instance, a strong man is attacked by similar seating of both feet. His health generally gives way, and all attempts at cure fail. It is Dot at first imagined that his sweating feet have aDything. to do with t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What a Visit to Mr. W. H. WEBB'S Poultry Yard Reveals ! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

What a Visit to Mr. W. H. WEBB'S Poultry Yard Reveals ! THE annexed picture will give our readers a very good idea of what may be considered a perfect pair of British Game fowl. Our breeders have been endeavouring to produce birds equal to this for may yc-ars past, but r never yet have they succeeded. As much as - £100 has been paid for a single game cock in England more than once within the last rew years. Mr. Webb imported some direct from the invincible Captain Heaton only last year at a cost of £48 per pair. Mr. Webb's record of prizes is an extraordinary one. At the New South Wal?s Poultry, Pigeon, Canary and Dog Society's Shows he won the Cham pion Game Fowl Trophy two years in succes sion, viz , in 1887 and 1888. At the Great Centennial Show, our readers, no doubt, will remember that he carried off a great number of prizes in the ordinary list, and in the spe cial centennial list he took no loss than four champion prizes, which were as follows, viz : For best Cochins in the s...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANNUAL STUD SHEEP FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

ANNUAL STUD SHEEP FAIR. £23,653, 19s. 6d. for 3,123 sheep is the result of the last sheep sales in Sydney — equal to an average of a little over £7 11s. per head. The bulk of this money leaves New South Wales and travels to Tasmania. That tight little island can and does turn out some grand stuff in the way of sheep. We imagine her moist climate has much to do with her breeders being able to get their sheep into such fine condition for the sales. The grass must be good, and they have no trouble in growing the necessary luxuries for bringing the frames of their animals to a great size, and for putting the wool into that condition that is required, to cause New South Wales buyers to wag their tongues and nod their heads at the various auction sales, in many cases until their pockets get well nigh empty. The Mail says that the sales for the various years stands thus, viz : — 1883—2,400 1887—2,287 1884—1,871 1888—2,312 1885—1,902 1889 —3,123 1886—1,378 We are much pleased to find that t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Air, Just Look at This. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

Air, Just Look at This. If you would not prove a failure Athousekeeping in Australia, Straight you mast go To B. WEBB & Co., tor their Warehouse is indeed full And replete in all things needful Above and below, As all people Know. Just look at thip, just look at that, At Bonnets Trimmed and Jaunty Hat. A glance give here, a glance give there, At boots from 0/6 a pair. : In. the Western Warehouse Store are Marchioness Boots and Fedora, . Best of all shoes For ladies to choose, While our stock of Flowers discloses Marguerites and lovely Roses, Aigrettes and Bouquets In charmiug array. Just look at that, just look at this, Our Ivy Wreaths are not anaiss. A glance give there, a glance give here Where new French Bibbons bright appear. We can speak in language glowing Of contrivances for mowing, Of Bake. Hoe, and Bpade The best that are made. Our opinion do you ask ? Its Strong in favour of our Baskets, Our Hardware and Glass Nought can surpass. Just look at those, just look at th...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXIX. HIS PA DISSECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

HKSO BAD BOY AHB HIS PA, HIS FA DISSECTS IX lEJie BEserLra of t&e y^rppf — -Ho* Wrfrfog, £h«nlr you - One more EBEbrt to Reform the Old Han. — The Bad Boy Baya Medical Studeiii—rrGceeds to Dissect his Pa— '* Gentlemen, Jt am mat Bead I** — Saved from tie Scalpel-** Ho more WTkiaiy for 70a*' «? I u3n-EESTAJsx- your Pa has got is drinking again £k&* fisk,' ssjrs the grocery man to the bad boy, as : £be youth, came ia the grocery *ad took a handful of isfld apples- The boy ate a dried apple and then mmde wp s terrible face, and: the grocery man aaVed Ms whit he was trying to do With his face. The boy caught his breath, ami then said : aSayrdonrt you know any better than to keep dried apples where a boy can get hold of them when fee- has got the mumps I You will kill some boy yet hf each dam carelessness I thought these were sweet dried apples,, bat they are soar as a boarding-house keeper, and they make me tired. ? JDirfnt you ever hare the mumps ? Gosh ! bat didn't it ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Air, Normandy Pippin. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

Air, Normandy Pippin. (From Opera 'Leg Cloche* de jQormviXte? ) H WEBB & Co.'S store is good all over ; H , ' , Where is the household they can't aid ? [S . All their customers live in clover, It Fed on the best of Marmalade, n Jam?, you gee. are offered in plenty, H Chinese ports from afar have sent Tea, wl ur, it you cooose H Tinned Soaps and Stews, H They've Pucks and Pheasants boi'ed and roast, H And free from all weevils their Rice is, H , Wbile, as we read the Bathurt Post, M - We say, ' What extremely low prices !' B4 CHOEtJfl— H' So here's good luck to WEBB & Co., Eg Th« firm that pleases people so, El And with its bargains great beguiles »- All women, men and juveniles. HV If you go else where, yon 've our pity, H;'t For vwl the goods, but you are sold, H ?* ', Shopping at WEBB?', ye maidens pretty, 1 You'll get full value for your gold. a -Look at the lovely Robes and Fichus i; Made of the last imported tissues. m yheir choice Dress Fabrics you will find | ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

Pit * **25S|^* uiinttc ^ ?Hflir HDpiiHI ^B| HMl^ ASK FOR WALLABY BfUND* AMSB.K1A.1? WACWTKBRY} (HIGHEST QFi.HTia 8HG-U3H 'WOBKaOH' J G-IVB } ajstd :? SWEDISH IROM- ORBS ) ( LQ WEST P BICTgaL ? Fleaae give tnem a Trial next time you Bu^ I Please ask for a. 2xL Tut of ! EMERINE. i For Polishing Cutlery and Mjatala; and Bxtrsctijig EuBt, it is unequalled. W. F. ROBERTS, LATE OF BATIUEST, (Certificated AaaayeE, Metallurgist, &c, of the School of W^tipw, Ballaiac, Victoria), TDEBFOEMS Assays and Analyses of alldescrip ?**- tions of ORES, MINERALS, &c. Results forwarded by return of post. Fees : iCssay for Gold and Silver in the same sample... 109 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 : 73 TORS STREET, SYDNEY. T. BENNETT PURCHASES SECOHsTD-rlAND FUBKITU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

Cricketing Goods AT this, the dawjL of tlie Cricketing- Season. E. WEBB and CO. are again to the fore in being prepared to I anPpLy every description of material used in this deservedly 1 popular game. To more fully meet every Batsman's fancy, I a larger variety of Bats has been imported for the Season I How opening, comprising the manufactures of BartLett, I Duke & Son, Gab bett. .Warsop* Dark & Shrewesbury. They I are really an excellent assortment, and it is seldom that I snch is obtainable in. anyone warehouse. Duke's Balls, I BtasH ShodV Plain, and EevoLving Top Stumps ;? Batting: ? Grlaves^ Wicfefc-keeping: GaunfclKtB. and Leg- Guards. I Special Terms to bona-fi4e Cktbs. I Station Supplies. j^T WKBB & CO desire to Bringr under jour notice JtJ.*. their well-assorted Stock of STATION SGTPfjm Prices are in erery instance cut exceedingly; fine, and, in order that it may^ tie seen that such- is the gsb&s, a few- quo- tations ara herewith appended. Wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Air, Not a Ghost at All. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

Air, Not a Ghost at All. W ' AfctualJy true? Well, I really never S ii ' Let us hurry off to the George-street Store, S| ' Dresses are made up in a way quite clever %\ ' *? t For 31/G, or a trifle more. ff MantkB and Visitcs 1 1 ', With hanging sleeves and pleats, 1'f * Oowus in 3fcrvelleux | f * West of England Tweed if' jo fit you well indeed, I! And when you come to think that the prices arc so low, p - - Yon suie'y will not pass the store of WKBB & CO. II . We have always heard if a dress don't fit you, r AH that you can do is to weep a ud swear, f ; * But, as all the customers at WB BBS1 admit, you U-. Ker«r get a bad one, or a misfit there. I) ,, ' Txousseaux for a bride \:k Meet your eyes inside, ^p « gtesmte for your pets, £.' , Dolls and Bassinettes, -? ' Clocks, and Mats, and Screens, #L' ' Patented Machines * .V */ 5fer wasliing, winfiog, mangling, and shelling Indian |j& 'W: ' eor»» . ;. ' - ?.'? ?'???. ' ? , ? . I'1. \ ^ornuncic^lD^t, oiuarAiug outa temi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

SPRING^-1889 m\V GOODS! NEW GOODS AT NEW PRICES ! NEW PRICES IN OUR Ifaijcljder Departniei{t ! NEW NEW WHITE Calicoes, 3f-lyrd QHEETINGS, 10|d yar » » 3d „ k5 „ 1/- 5. »» » *d jj i) V'i » ?» »» 'd „ ?» V** »» «♦ » -*d » «? V1' ♦» DAMASKS, 9|d „ /QUILTS, 4/1 L eac 3 Id „ \g£ „ 6/6 „ 1/- n i) ' 5/11 -- ' „ - 1/8 „ i. 12/6 Tf^URKfSH TOWELS, I 6d, 7^3, 9d, 10|d, 1/-, and 1/3 „ CRETONNES. CRETONNES. We hare marked our Cretonnes at Very Special Prices which, together with the charming variety, will enable a to suit every taste Cretonnes at 3|d — worth -Ud Cretonnes at SJd — worth 9^d Cretonnes at 7|d — worth 10|d Creetonues at *Jd — worth 12^d Cretonnes at 1/ — worth 1/4 £ Pay us a Visit, and be your own judges, E. WEBB & CO. SPRIG. SPRING. SPRING, 1889. E. WEBB & CO. T-EG to call the attention of their customers to th- Extensive Provision made to MEET THEIR REQUIREMENTS. This daj there are some SPLENDID GOODS OPENED ! including Flouncing Muslins in the newest make, viz., ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

;-; Wheelbarrows. — A very useful article to have ? -:' about arouse is a wheelbarrow. Who, at times, li&saot felt tbe want of one, and gone tramping round to bis neighbours with ' Piease lend me the loan of your barrow.' After wasting an hour, he at ' last is successful, and then, perhaps, has to wheel it .' a couple o£ miles home ; and after a hard day's work trucking weeds, &c, has to wheel it back again, with the result that be swears off gardening, and the weeds are left to themselves, or he pays a man who has a wheelbarrow to do it. 'Mow all this could be avoided by simply procuringone of Webb and Co.*s garden barrows at 29/6 each j they are bandy and useful, and the price is far from high.

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A BIG COUNTRY BUSINESS. Taken from The Storekeeper, Sydney, August 22nd, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

®ke gattarst font MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 188'.). A BIG COUNTRY BUSINESS. Taken from The Storekeeper, Sydney, August 22 ml, lsS'i. O.ne of the chief functions of The titorrbeptr 'i j be to diffuse a more extended and mc. urit knowledge of the characteristics of thf country ir.-.d. . both among storekeepers themselves mid »!;?? «i importing and commission houses. As oi, ? i,r-t!i.. of achieving this object there will U* »U'?-.-u ;-«?.! ?., each issue some one of the more prominent luri' .-- concerns of the rural districts. We hav» --?!-- -i- -i for the subject of our introductory article --i' tin* ' - partment of the The Storekeeper, the firm lo-.^., I j and wide throughout the colony as ii W .????'??- -?; Bathurst.*' This mammouth business in cani.-! o i in THE WESTERN WAREHOUSE?, The warehouses, the property of the 1I« -;i. E. Webb. M. L. C, founder of the firm, are situated in George-street, g Bathuret. 1 Entering at the Drapery Department I one cannot but be struck with the light, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 September 1889

HAVE YOU USED IT? IT can be had from Storekeepers and Chemists, and will do all for mankind that its maker claims for it ; it is a remarkable discovery, and should he in every home. WHAT IS IT ? A Remedy for all Skin Diseases, a destroyer of CORNS, a cure for CHILBLAINS, and a rapid healer of all wounds and sores. And it' has no equal in alleviating the pain caused through SCALDS or BURNS, and it heals almost imme diately. ,. .^ WHAT IS IT CALLED ?V It is BEER'S NEW SOUTH WALES OINTMENT. This marvellous production is also an excellent remedy for PILES, STIFF JOINTS, SORE EYES, SORE LIPS, BAD BREASTS, &c. &c And for ULCERATIONS on the Face, Head, and Body of Children, this OINTMENT can be relied upon as a sure remedy. Don't Forget to get a Pot of BEER'S NEW SOUTH WALES OINTMENT Price— One Shilling:. ROBERT BEER, Bathurst NOTICE OF REMOVAL CHAPMAN JACOBS, Practical WATCH & CLOCK MAKER, JEWELLER & OPTICIAN, HAS REMOVED to the Shop lately occupied by Mr. ...

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

OKS' &: SGHS'S GQCOA kthe best * FBX & S©B'& GGCOA. EXTB^CT guacanteedi puta. B^T & SGITJ5- CAJ1ACA5 COCO^a deliciuu&bevtinige lEr &: a©!!?^ ffita^s: eoeGA.. BIB3F 8s. S©^S yA-T.TTCT-- €Q€Q^. a combination, of buss €bcoa Extract wiMt Extract of Malt. 1KF &: SOTS eSMM3QlL^EB: I^!F & SHUTS- EAJ30S& ggQGQT.A'Ftr.. isar & SOS's estDeoE^im eRg^y. e&ll& E. WEBB & CO., ImportetJrromao^AiiBtraiia. ?E0 TBATSX AT -Pg£8T® BILL ABTD 'SOUTHERN KING,' 3fecE lbf^ Mr BodlEe, aforaaui Taie,:Sooift Anatralia, SOtTTHIEBH' KESG- ia a dirfc 6ayr wi& all black poinia, firor years oM^ ataadrn^ 15 hands 3 inches higfi, sodE ffifflBpnymg- g^ infftwi belbw th&knee. He is a veryfeffit trotter. ? SOUTHSEyEIFG-is l^wimier of aixteeea first prizes and one aeconiL. SOUTHEBIf ErK^&eDamfe BeS, winner of two trots at Morphett Vale ; gTwaddHaxn: Parcainafcta (who is dam of Rlia and Taanfetch...

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This Reads like Fact. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1889

This Reads like Fact. Infringing- on her rights. — Alfred (rapturously) : * Sow, ifemfitig, please1 name the happy day.' Mmn»» (tbliiahiiigl*jr) r 'Three weeks from next Soaik (tiboogfe the keyhole) r tt M you please, miss, that's my reglar day oat. TooTI have to get married in the earfy pait of the weekJ* Txsra friends meeting:, one remarked : ' I have jnst mot a man who told me I Looked exactly like tt Tell me who he wasf that I may knock him fibnrar'r r^Eiad his friend. Boart trouble yoorself^ was the answer \. u I did that myself J7 Go vei maent clerk (to bosom friend) : Joat gat myself into a horrible mess!: I went yesterday to see two doctors, aud obtained from each & medlical eartiffieate— one a certificate of health for th& BBe- Tn»wrmigfr company and the other a eettifiicate of iilnass to enclose in my petition for leave of absence. And there,, if I didn't go and: pot them mis the wrong envelopes !'' TTfee raefeers on. a chair never stick out half so &am...

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

English pickpockets have hitherto carried off the palm amongst such light-fingered gentry, but statistics gathered by the Parisian police show that the British now only hold the third rank. The Spaniard is the most skilful of all, and does his Work with two fingers only, while the Italian come* next operating much in the same style. English And German pickpockets like to jostle their victims and so distract attention, and finally, in the fifth place is the Frenchman, who is most successful with ladies' pockets. There is a very talkative little boy whose brother offered him a sixpence if he wouldn't say a word at table that evening, because there would be guests there. After ten minutes of silence the little boy whispered anxiously to his brother, ' Arthur, Arthur, mayn't I talk a penny's worth.'

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

FARMERS. FARMERS. FARMERS. REAPER AND STRING BINDER IS THE BEST MACHINE FOR YOUR USE THIS SEASON. 1st. Because— It requires less Horse Power than any other Binder in the 'World. 2nd. Because— It is Strong: in Construction, and of Light Draught. 3rd. Because— It has an absolutely Perfect Adjustment of the Gearing. 4th. Because— It will cut closer to the ground than any other Binder. 5th. Because— It has a Certain and Safe Knotter 6th. Because— It has WON THE CHAMPION PRIZE OF THE WORLD. 7th. Because— It is so Simple in Construction anyone can work it. There are a host of other reasons ; but the fact that 50,000 are made in a year is proof positive that It is a. *vsrell* known Reliable Machine, and we liave much pleasure in introducing it to the Western Districts. ? *^'!C83E^ * ? Large Stock of wearing parts ; also ?? buckeye' Oil and Twine, ALWAYS IN STOCK AT THE AGENTS, W. H. HUDSON &eO.f TIXKEBER MERCHANTS, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. MADDY, FLEMING, & MOLLISON, (LATE ...

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

of fitt&asrt dfedilat to gent t&Je&r «Ba»ib?*e»« faaif^-BuoIiiday oft C«. ^w«r iAe tafr to fcikf fetwa tfteir eao&sywsa the bcmthey fe& tfey 1st sippet Some dg&ft,feamsmce MUd.Ttpr effort «m made to secure * nalf-floIIiiB.Vr bat nflihau* nnseew* &? Wefeb Ami C-k then determined to f^ ft * Mod tr^ hoping- that others wrmld iom later oa. which thOT determined that unless » became ^general; £nut&. tbey eocdd no longer give wnai evoey other store feseneris taecstf refiwaL : The pabiai took: tie matter npj nt sti&e f&poS of * rtiong- depofatfasa H. Webb & Co. ftnaenb^f to racomnder t3«nx decisuH^ and ptonused that IEI Sesame a #hi«bE t&mgv eras, tfcaav they wenM fflamfiinqe to dose their shops on one half day e*p.h week. fay p tiiffft- TPft^J gfagljff fffatwf i gH«f *'I1fr he^Jf-hnlirjay Iookfill pwMfiftifqy, Bvenfcially' one after another opened^ until at tie expika&bn of about twentj...

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

' We edit the paper to-day lying in bed,' says a sensational journel ; but a careful perusal of it will disclose the fact that a man can lie in bed as well as he can out of it. An editor, observing ' that the census embraces seventeen million women,' asks, 'gWho wouldn't be a census ?'

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