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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXXII. HIS PA JOKES HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1889

PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXXII. HIS PA JOKES HIM. The Bad Boy Caught at Last— How to Grow a Moustache — Tar and Cayenne Pepper — The Grocery Man's Fate is Sealed— Father and Son Join in a Practical Joke - Soft Soap on the Steps— Downfall of Ministers and Deacons—*', Ma to the Rescue 1'— The Bad Boy Gets Even with his Pa. 'What on earth is that you have got on your upper lip '' said the grocery man to the bad boy, as he came in and began to peel a rutabaga, and his upper lip hung down orer his teeth, and was covered with something that looked like shoemaker's wax. 'f You look as though you had been digging potatoes with your nose.' ' Oh, that is some of Pa's darn smartness. I asked him if he knew anything that would make a boy's moustache grow, and he told me the best thing he ever tried was tar, and for me to rub it on thick when I went to bed, and wash it off in the morning. I pat it on last night, and by gosb I can't wash it off. Pa told me all I had to do was to use a s...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1889

E. WEBB & CO GROCERY LIST FOR NET CASH, Subject to fluctuations of the Markets. 8. d. ANCHOVY PASTE, C. and B ? 0 11 per jar ALMONDS, soft shell ? 0 10 per lb. ALMONDS, Jordan' ? 2 5 „ BLOATERS, Morton's, ? 0 8J per tin BAKING POWDER...... ? O 4* per tin BARLEY, Pearl ? 0 Si per lb. BISCUITS, Arnott'a Mixed ? 0 8 „ ., Arnott's Arrowroot ? 0 8 „ „ CofEee,&c ? 0 8 „ BLACKING, Paste ? 0 4| per do*. BORAX ? 1 0 perlb. BACON, Morton's English, belly pieces 1 0 „ BEEF, Tinned, Roast, Boiled, Spiced, Corned, ? 1 3 per tin. COCOA, Fry's. ? 1 6 perlb. „ Malted ? „ ? _. 1 0 per tin „ Van^Heuten's ? 12 „ „ and Milk ? 16 „ CHOCOLATE, Fry's. ? 15 „ CANDLES, Sperms, Colonial ? 0 5| „ „ De Roubaix ? 0 6$,, „ Young's British Wax ? 0 6£ „ CURRANTS ? 0 5 „ CANDIED PEEL, Lemon ? 0 10* „ CORN FLOUR ? 0 6* „ COFFEE, from ? „ ? IS „ DEVILLED HAM, Underwood's ? 10 per tin ESSENCES..... ? 0 5| per bottle FOOD, Faranaceous ? 1 0 per tin FRUITS, American tinned ? 0 11 per tin FIGS ? .,... 0 9...

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

CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, BATHURST, N.S.W., AUCTIONEERS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, VALUATORS. SAXES OF FAT STOCK— MONDAY & THURSDAYS, at the Corporation Sale Yards. STORE STOCK SALES - New Smithfield Sale Yards, Kelso, First WEDNESDAY every Month. SALES OF FARM & OTHER PRODUCE AS REQUIRED, at their SALE ROOMS, WILLIAM STREET. Clearingr-out Sales as Required. V&ltf- 99Jg JMAQ 'xsHfiHxve 'xaanxs aoHoao 'iSKOifi H0H& SHSHdVHOOXOHd OHiaTSPI SHI 'oo v 3jim± 'aoKransiz? si zxiyi y \nsrA «o sicawiosjg 'sssimaid dip no ^s\%vs umo ino £q pdanopo A*nw-i)si)ie ^soai 'so^oqj ?aoiioa ^loqs no pun; aq obo eaidoo a^«bt[dn-i ?ssanjsnq nr naaq ssq aq ami% aq^ Sounp 8Uioqji2 'ipf A'q na^wj eaAi}«8a& 9q* \[B 8Auq a/& ?ojp 'sjaaranaopj 'sSaipjiag Miqq 'sspujj oiaoij 'sdnoiQ 'sSaiipAKi jo e^at/^ 6« *png '3[JOAl Jtoo'ci-iiiio jo Alpstoadg n oipsut qj& ?aaaxNTavno snasan aooo — cunr *po&reina jo pajefoo PUJ3[ £WB JO 8HBJ9JOg,_p9J&X-P?B P...

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

We heard of some gentlemen visiting Wellington on Prince of Wales' Birthday. They took fishing rods, bags, &c. They tried their hands at fishing, but never a muff big enough to be caught was there ! At last, they tried the silver hook (?), and the result was magical ; the baskets were filled in no time ! An inquisitive lad, enjoying some of his father's (ish brought from Wellington, asked who caught the fish. The mother replied, 'Father brought it home.' It was very evident the lad's mother suspected the husband had used the silver hook, which means he had bought the fish at 6d. per lb. No wonder our Bathurst fishermen don't succeed if they take guns, and rifles, &c. We heard of a party of four smart young fellows going off down the river on Friday evening last. They turned the old horse out, and popped in their nets and lines. The next thing was to find a tree large enough to hold the fish that might get caught. The lines being secured, off they weut with guns, &...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Imports of Capital into Victoria and New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1889

The Imports of Capital into Victoria and New South Wales, Thb Argus of Monday, says the Herald of the 7th instant, publishes a letter by Mr. Pulsford, dealing with the controversy raised by remarks of Mr, Service on the subject of the distribution of wealth as affected by fiscal policies. In the course of his letter, Mr. Pulsford refers as follows to the importa tion of capital into Victoria and New ' South Wales : — ' ' I can, I think, easily show that the recent great prosperity of 'Victoria is due to imported capital. Having shown that, I think I can with equal ease also show that most of the benefits of that imported capital have been absorbed by the wealthy classes of Victoria, and that consequently Mr. Service can gain no support from Victorian experience for his conten tion that restrictive legislation facilitates the distri bution of wealth. I will divide the last nine years into three series of three years each, and will show the excess of imports, which represents new capi...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 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-r-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 THpB WORLD. 7th. Because— It te so Simple in Construction anyone can work it. There are a host of other reasons ,? bat the fact that 50,000 are made in a year is proof positive that It is a well-lcnowri Reliable Machine, and we tiave much pleasure in introducing it to the Western District®. Large stock of Wearing parts; also ' Buckeye' Oil and Twine, ALWAYS IN STOCK AT THE AGENTS, W. H. HUDSON- & 60.. IT1 X IMC B ES X* MERCHANTS, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. THE DEERIKTG (AUL, STEEL) BI3VPBR. A Machine through...

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

EGGS I %jjL EGGS 1 EGGS! FOR SITTING, from my Grand Blue Audalusian Fowli. Wonderful layers, and very hardy. My Blue Andalusians have won 7 First Prizes and 'a Silver Cup Also, Eggs from my First Prize Black Spanish. Orders now hooking. Inspection invited before 9 in the morning, also 1 to 2 and after 6 p.m. J05N PLAYER, TOP OP GEORGE STREET, BA.THUB8T. HARVESTING MACHINERY FOR SEASON 1889-90. TS. WEBB -SC CO. HAVE again the pleasure of advising Farmers and the rest of the community interested in Agriculture, that they are still to the fore in the matter of supplying the very latest and bestd« scriptionB of Harvesting Machinery. Their shipments, direct from the manufacturers, are now being opened up and displayed in their large and com modious Machinery Stores, where all Machines can be critically examined and any information appertaining thereto readily supplied. The result of such examination will convince all that E. WEBB & CO. give their best atttention to this most impo...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1889

ENSILAGE. A wet time must cause our farmers trouble to save their hay, &c. We have been looking up the best means of saving fodder during wet weather. Some years ago we gave accounts and illustrations of silos, but all these were expensive. Last year Mr. E. Webb, of Hathrop, found he was enable to save his lucerne, as at the time he wanted to cut it, it was raining. He set to work and stacked it together, then weighted it heavily. It turned out well, the stock preferring it to his best hay. In further proof of the fact that any farmer may make ensilage without much cost, we publish below what a fanner did in England only a short time since. The letter is taken from the Field of Jan uary 12th, 1889, at page 53. ' Sib, — The miserable summer of 1888 left me, like many others, with the grass getting in*o con dition for the manure heap. We then began to make a silo, or rather an ensilage stack, in the farmyard, and tried to carry there most of the wet grass near to it ; but in t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 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 OP ADVERTISING : s. d For 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 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. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1889.

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

THE CHAMPION I OF THE I HARVEST FIELD I AND THE . 1 BINDER FOR THE TIMES! I HOWARD'S SOLID STEEL FRAME BINDER. I lP±r&t, BUrtdor Trial of Season izx AusttretUUEL at 'XTSTsbmoL&r To^titxx, Soxxtlx Austzraiiist, j9L-u.eru.st 28, less. MOW/LRD FIRST AGAIN I Not by the decision of one single judge, but by a large majority out of 164 voting: farmers who were present to witness the trial. Voting was done by bonajide formers only, who were known to the Committee. 164 VOTING PAPERS issued, 120 recorded formal, 36 informal, 8 not recorded. Total, 164. COPY OF VOTES RECORDED. HOWARD wived 86 vote fw Fl^ST PRIZE and 17 for SECOND PRIZE I HORNSBY received 2 for First, and x for Second McCormick received 23 for First, and 71 for Second. I Buckeye received 6 for First, and 2 for Second. Osborne received z for First, and 13 for Second. 1 Wood received 2 for First, and 13 for Second. tj .'?'* ? '? ? . - ? t . ?? '? : ? ?.._... §?? ' '. ' -..?''. ? :' ' ? : Afthe Adelaide fioyal Soci...

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

A Fine Season. — Oar district looks simply lovely. Abundance of everything in the way of grain, bay, &c, this season. A few people are already complaining of the low prices ruling in con sequence of the enormous quantity of fodder. Prac tically few men .want to buy just now, for the simple reason that every man who has a bit of ground has had a good crop. It is to be hoped that the farmers will not force the market too much ; if they do, naturally prices will come down. They must bold off as much as possible. We heard of someone getting a ridiculous price for his fodder in Sydney. Report said, about 15s. per ton for new hay. Another party remarked, ' What else can you expect while we have f reetrade? Shut out the foreign stuff, and then we must get good prices/' We made inquiries, and find that the new hay that was said to have brought 15s. per ton in Sydney, was cut green, half-made, and when put on the trucks, got hot. The sheets over the top caused it to heat more and bec...

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

At tlie Shilling Gift Depot. NEW GOODS EVERY MAIL. A LARGE VARIETY always in Stock of FANCY GOODS of alt descriptions. ' Glass and China Vases and Ornaments Books and Stationery Smokers' Requisites Toys, Novelties, and Games Wall and Comer Brackets Glass Shades, all sizes. w. r. sIm i t h , GEORGE STREET. FURNJJURE. NOW OPENING UP, A SHIPMENT OF AUSTRIAN AND AMERICAN FURNITURE, COMPRISING— Austrian Walnut Cane Dining Chairs Austrian Walnut Cane Dining High Shop Chairs Austrian Walnut Cane Arm Chairs Austrian Walnut Cane Rocking Chairs, all sizes Austrian Walnut Cane Folding Chairs, all sizes Austrian Walnut Cane Children's High Table Chairs Austrian Walnut Cane Children's Low Arm Chairs Anstrian Walnut Cane Children's Low Rocking Chairs Austrian Walnut Cane Verandah Chairs Austrian Walnut Cane Couches Austrian Walnut Cane Couches Austrian Walnut Cane Rocking Lounge Austrian Walnut Cane Garden Seats Austrian Walnut Cane Music Stools Cheffioniers, Sideboards Chests Drawers, Cedar Safe...

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THINGS THEY SAY. IDEA, FROM THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1889

THINGS THEY SAY. idea, from thb times. That a terrible fall has taken place id the price of coloured embroideries. That Webb's is the place to secure them at half price. That children may be made to look nice at a reiy small cost by going to Webb's. That the Bathurst firebell is a good toy. That one can scarcely hear it unless listening. Thiif. t.fift rantain should secure some Datent ear trumpets for the Brigade to wear when out of harness. That the Masons are erecting a fine hall, and that the School of Arts' Committee had best open oat a bit. That the Bathurst Debating Club has gone bang. The payment of members not being pat into practice is thought to be the cause. That the treasurer found the funds too small to be worth the risk of a clearance. That his action in handing over the funds to an other Parliament is said to be unconstitutional. That it may yet have to be referred to the Impe rial Parliament for settlement. That the Secretary of the Bathurst Debating Club worked hard...

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

W. F. ROBERTS, LATE OF BATHURST, (Certificated Assayer, Metallurgist, &c, of the School of Mines, Ballarat, Victoria), PERFORMS Assays and Analyses of all descrip tions of ORES, MINERALS, &c. Results forwarded by return of post. Fees : Assay for Gold and Silver in the same sample... 10s 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 OKKICK: 73 YORK STREET, SYDNEY^ Station Supplies. EWEBB & CO desire to bring under your notice « their well-assorted Stock of STATION SUPPLIES. Prices are in every instance cut exceedingly fine, and, in' order that it may be seen that each is the case, a few quo tations are herewith appended. WooipackB, full weight lljlbs 2/- each by the bale Sheep Shears, B, &. B., 33/6 per doz Tattoo Oil, in 5 gallon iron drums, 19/- per drum Boiled Oil, ditto...

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

- The Western Farmers' Co-operative ? Association. — We have had the pleasure of, seeing the prospectus of this Association. We have not been favoured with an advertisement, although our circulation must b« three times that of any other western paper. But this is only an advertising squib. Weii, never mind } The Western Farmers' Co operative Association is a real live concern, and if it does not succeed, we say bung1 to all other associa tions that may be started here in the future. Some little difficulty may have been experienced at first, as in all great movements, but the western farmers are beginning to see that their interests are all alike, and that other co-operative associations have prospered almost without exception. They see that the Government are only carriers, and from the recent action of the Commissioners, they do not intend to be more than carriers ; hence the time has arrived for them to put their shoulders together, and to pull as one man, for their own good : to ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENC. RAILWAY COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 December 1889

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE (From the ' Rathnrst Free Press.') RAILWAY COLLISION. A railway collision occurred at Somerton station (Victoria). Two engines were derailed, but no serious damage was done. WOOL SALES. At yesterday's wool sales the attendance was maintained. There was a slight decline in price from 2£ to 3 per cent, on last week's prices. Inferior to extra good greasy brought 7£d to 12d ^ washed fleece, from 14jd to 16|d ; medium to superior scoured, 16-? to 2l£d. LORD CARRINGTON AND TEMPLARY. When speaking at Young, yesterday, Lord Car rington said that he appreciated the efforts Good Templars made to promote the cause of temperance. He recognised intemperance as one of the greatest sources of crime and poverty. AN AMERICAN BARQUE. The American barque, Tewksbury Sweat, which left Newcastle on March 9th for Hong Kong, and was thought to be lost at sea with 18 of a crew, has reached Honolulu. SILVER LEAD BULLION. The steamer Barrier arrived yesterday from Port Pirie with 100...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 December 1889

BADDY, FLEMING, & HOLUSON, (LATE WITH COBB & CO.), COACH, ***% ^ CARRIAGE, And BUGGY -^BUILDERS, Keppel Street. Bathurst. TO THE RESIDENTS OF BATHURST AND WESTERN DISTRICT. WE have much pleasure in. announcing that we have opened the Spacious Premises in Keppel Street, opposite Dr. Spencer's Residence, as a COACH FACTORY. Having all been employed in the well-known firm of Cobb & Co. (W7 Maddy in the wheel-making and wood department for 16 years ; J. Fleming in the smithing department; and J. Mollison in the painting department 2 years, &nd a number of years in the best shops in Sydney), is a guarantee of good workmanship. We intend keeping level withjthe times by having on hand the LATEST DESIGNS in ALL CLASSES OF VEHICLES. We may state that this is the most beneficial time to have your Traps Renovated and Beautified. We allow a liberal discount on all cash transactions, and take old traps in exchange for new ones ordered. Trusting to merit your appro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 December 1889

FRY & SON'S COCOA is the best FEY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverage FRY & SON'S ROOK COCOA. FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. FRY & SON'S FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATE FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS. FRY 4c SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLLS. E. WEBB & CO., Bathurst Agents, CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, BATHURST, IJS.W., AUCTIONEERS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, VALUATORS. SAXES OF FAT STOCK MONDAY & THURSDAYS, at the Corporation Sale Yards. STORE STOCK SALES - New Smithfield Sale Yards, Kelso, First WEDNESDAY every Month. SALES OF FARM & OTHER PRODUCE AS REQUIRED, at their SALE ROOMS, WILLIAM STREET. Clearing-out Sales as Required. Plimntnn *Wk horse - shoe ASK FOR WALLABY BRAND. AMERICAN MACHINERY ) ( H MG H E S T Q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 December 1889

GOME ONE, COME ALL! WHERE ? TO WEBB'S ANO_SEE_THE BARGAINS ! Christmas Bargains Abound! ? Christmas Bargains Abound! Fancy Goods and Toys in the Galleries far below ruling prices! G-reet-t Assortment of STeinr G-oods ! At WEBB'S ! At WEBB'S !

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 December 1889

A boy's description of having a tooth pulled out expressed it about as well as anything we have seen: ' Just before it killed me the tooth came out.' Captain Cassidy : ' Sergeant, note down Private ? three days on bread and water for slovenly turnout at parade.' Sergeant : ' Beg pardon, captain, that won't make the slightest difference to him — he's a vege tarian J' Captain : ' What ? Dash his ribs, then put him for three days on meat and soup.'* A story is told of a farmer who, exasperated by a continued downpour of rain, while his barometer index pointed steadily to ' fair,' took the instru ment into the open air and exclaimed, ' Noo, see for yoursei* if you will not tak' my word for it.'

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