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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

MORRIS'S IMPERIAL in ^MpmiMffi The Cures effected by this ointment comprise Australian Blight, Ulcers on the Eyeballs, Chronic Affections of the Eyelids (restoring Eyelashes), Weak and Sore Byes, Stye, Incipient Cataract, Granular Disease, and other Affections of the Eye ; also, Ringworm, spots on the Face and Neck of Females, Scorbutic or other Eruptions. WONDERFUL CURES are EFFECTED BY IT. The Curative Power of this Great Remedy, in cases of years' standing, almost amounts to a miracle. It may be applied to Infants, and the site of a grain of rice to Adults thrice a day cures the worst cases. EXTRACTS. Mr. Jjio. Trapp, Vegetable Creek, N.S.W. ' Tour Ointment has done my eyes a world of good. Having suffered for 20 years, I have used numbers of lotions and ointments, with uo benefit ; but your Ointment has almost, if not altogtther, cured my eyos.' ' Messrs. Flayer and Kitchen, Mansfield. ' Dear Sir.— All those who have used your Ointment speak of it in tho highest terms, and recom...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

Great are the expectations of many persons from the -new members in the House of Parliament. Some anticipate that the land laws will be revised at once and put straight; that 'dummying' and 'blackmailing' will cease instantaneously; that 'Lucas' and the 'Darling Harbour' surprises in the shape of unprecedented claims will be no more, and, as for Milburn Creek swindles, such things will never be dreamed of. In a word, they anticipate that perfection will reign supreme, and everything will now be done 'fairly' and «' squarely.' 'We trust they may not be disappointed. But, to any independent, sober, thinking man, it is evident too many break-neck, devil-me-care men have found their way into Parliament. We find men there who go in for remission of interest on the unpaid balances of conditional purchases. Men who would lend themselves to this kind of thing are capable of committing any other daring robbery that the mind of man can conceive. Some of these men have sneaked in without sayin...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

The Echo remarks that Mr. E. Combes in ad dressing his electors is pleasantly ambiguous. ' To him there where almost as many objections to Mr. Stuart's proposals as to the present Act, and no doubt much talent would be brought to bear upon it, but, on whatever side he was found voting, it would be always that which conferred the greatest amount of good upon the greatest number of people.' Mr. Combes can ' sit on the rail ' with any man in Aus Mr. T. R. Smith, who has been elected for the Nepean, is reported in the Nepean Times, of the 4th instant, to have stated at one of his meetings that when the Land Bill was introduced ' he said to an honourable member of the Government that he would only vote for the second reading if they would support ceruuu amendments. ^ jx voice : ' i.\ ame. ) Aiwas the Attorney-General, the Hon. Robert Wisdom. Mr. Wisdom informed him that, although the Gov ernment would not support the amendments they would accept them. Those amendments included the divisi...

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Useful and Recreation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

lawful and |to[r*afoi£ Tomato Sauce. — 10tt-s ripe tomatoes, 1 pint best brown vinegar, 2 ©z. salt, J oz. cloves, 1 oz. all spice, J 1b white sugar, 1 oz. garlic, | oz. black pepper, \ oz. cayenne pepper. Wipe the tomatoes clean, and boil or bake till soft ; then strain and rub through a sieve that will retain the seeds and skins. Boil the juice for an hour, then add the above ingre dients (all the spices must be ground). Boil all together for a sufficient time, which may be known by the absence of any watery particle, and by the whole becoming a smooth mass: five hours will generally suffice. Bottle without straining into perfectly dry bottles, and cork securely when cold. The garlic must be peeled. The proportions of spice may be varied according to taste. Water, to purify. — Put into it powdered charcoal, then filter through a compressed sponge, and it will become perfectly sweet, however impure previously. Water may be filtered and purified by means of a deep flower-pot with a c...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

it Merry Christmas, and a Happy JSew Tear I [JX ** TO YOU ALL! . I May this be the Most Prosperous Year of your Life ! / I — - ? SUPERIOR ENGLISH RANGE. American ^V^j-^V^ rOOKING ^^I^BsIHB ^jjjjffijjflj^jll JOT B1 ^T^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^f^^^^^^^^Mlim^B^^^^ft^9j5^SB''j^BBHffifr^ i -^^^^5iB^^J^^^H^B^Hni^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ffBJ!^^BB^^^^^BTiiill'|lliMnl American COOKING STOVES - IN STOCK, , PROM ~ 52s. 6d. Laundry STOVES l27s.Bd.&32s.Bd. ^^ 2Is.6ill328.6il. I English Manufactured Range, superior quality, to arrive shortly. I E. WEBB & CO. liare just opened a splendid assortment of AMERICAN COOKING STOVES. Any one requiring an economical and effective I itove, at a very moderate cost, would do well to pay their establishment a visit. They have also, to arrive very shortly, a large assortment of ENGLISH [ STOVES and RANGrES. The accompanying cut represents a Close Fire Range with two ovens. They can be also obtained with one oven and boiler. I Ehese can be c...

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HORNSBY'S NEW PATENT LIGHT-DRAUGHT COMBINED REAPER AND STRING SHEAF BINDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

HOENSBY'S NEW PATENT LIGHT-DRAUGHT COM BINED REAPER AND STRING SHEAF BINDER. The makers' large experience in harvesting machinery has enabled them to add the latest advantages to the reaping part of the machine. The width of cut is five feet, and the draught of the machine is unusually light, so that two horses will readily work it. The machine can be arranged for transport in .u.r4 inn mimifnc ca o« fn Tiass fTirrmcrli a. 7 ft. gateway, or travel on narrow roads. For this pur pose a pair of special transport wheels are provided, and the main road wheels are lifted clear of the ground. The proces of binding and delivering is automatic throughout. The crop as cut falls on a travelling jlatform, and is thence elevated over the main road wheel and on to the binding table, where it is received by packers of simple and effective construction, which thrust it forward, laying it in the cord and against the compressing lever. When sufficient bulk has been accumulated vto form a sheaf of the...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

THE MEN'S CLOTHING Department has received extra attention for this Season's trade. Read this List and send a sample order. IIMlllES, only 3s. 6d. pair. Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, only 7s. lid. pair. Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, 11/6. Men's West of England Tweed Trousers and Vests, worth 25/-, only 18/G. now. Men's Tweed Coats, @ 8/11, 9/6, and 11/6, Men's Fancy Coating Pagets, 16/11. Men's Serge Coats, 7/11. These Coats are Grand Value. Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, very choice, almost equal to ordered goods, 21/-. Men's Tweed Suits, Only 21s. Men's Tweed Suits, only 22/6. Men's Tweed Suits, best quality, 37/0. BOYS' TWEED KNIOKER SUITS, 5/G, Boys' Blue Serge Knicker Suits, 6/-. Boys' Tweed Sac Suits, long trousers, 12/11, and 13/11. Boys' Tweed Coats, Price, only 6/11. N.B. — All the above Goods have been made Specially to E. Webb and Co.'s orders and are this Season's Goods. Men's White Shirts, Button Behind, Military Fronts, Prices, 18/9, 24/-, 30/-, and 39/- the half ...

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FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

FARM PRODUCE. The Evening News of Dec. 13th, 1882, says: — At the Darling Harbour railway terminus this morning there was a moderate supply of forage at market from the intermediate stations along the western and southern lines. The market was fairly attended and prices for old hay satisfactory. The new hay coming forward is not in good condition, being much stained and wet. Old oaten hay, sold in bales at 7s. 6d., in trusses 7s. lid. to 8s. 2d., and in bundles, 7s. 6d. up to 8s. lid. per cwt.; new oaten hay, in bales, 7s. and in bundles, 4s. 3d. up to 6s. lOd. per cwt. No lucerne hay at market. Clean samples of straw sold, in bales, 4s. lOd to 4s. lid.; in bundles 3s. and 5d. up to 5s. 2d. per cwt ; mixed chaff, from 3s. to 5s. 7d. per cwt ; wheaten and oated hay in bale, 7s. 5d. ; oaten sheaves, 4s. Id. to 4s. 6d. per nvfi.i nnt\ whaaton hav. in hnnrlW. fis. in fie 9.A ? inferior, 4s. Id. ; wheaten sheaves, 4s. Id. to 4s. 6d. per cwt. On the wharves this morning there was a short ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

SPLENDID SUCCESS! THE WHOLE OF Burgess' Reapers and Mowers COMBINED, As advertised on page 1 of this paper, have been SOLD within a very few weeks. THE Of PKOYEMEXTS MADE to B. WEBB & CO/S ESPECIAL INST&tJCTIONS are TANGIBLE, and have been greatly appreciated by the farmers who have seen them. 49- NOW is the time to order an IMPROVED REAPER AND MOWER COMBINED for next season. Write at onoe to E. WEBB & CO. to order one for you, and thui »ve being disappointed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1882

The accompanying cut represents ^^^b^/V*^I~ lii^5l what E. Webb & Co. have in stock are' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^SmBBU^ ^Tnese Machines they have had maim- -^ ? ? ^i-^l,^^^ T ? ^' ' sBBMHWIMFdlllllt f actured especially to their orders, acting '*- _- — u-yr*iN'iW'TIT'*™w^™^^ll|^N™r « ? .'*' ''^^WPjMf jiii upon suggestions made by a number of Farmers in this district. Amongst other improvements, they would call the attention of Farmers to the fact that the main bracket, which includes that part on which the linger beam fixes, lias boon made much stronger than usual ; also to the special advantages §» derived from the shoe roller working on ga a swivel. The platform is also covered JF with galvanized iron. PRICE, £26. Burgess' Combined Reaping and Mowing Machine. Price, £26. The draught of these Machines is extremely light, and is bo arranged that the weight is taken off the wheel in front of the cutter bar, thus giving the bar a tendency to rise over obstacles. The gearing is of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

SPLENDID CROPSl ? AND ? LARGE RETURNS FOR THE FARMERS /] GOOD NEWS! GOOD NEWS! Are Cash Buyers of Good Samples of WHEAT in any quantity. I NOW IS^LSO THE TIME TO BUT YOUK ETEBT-DAT REQTIIREME-ITS! READ THIS LIST, AND BE CONVINCED! i Men's Tweed Trousers ? 3s. Cd. per pair Men's Tweed Trousers ? Us. Gd. per pair Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests ? , llg. (Jd. N Men's Tweed Trousers ............ 7s, lid. per pair Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests 7s. lid. Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests ? 21s. I A Special Link at 18s. Gd., equal to those sold elsewhere at 25s. ?l 1ST COME AND SEE THEM, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES ! ! MEN'S COTTON SHIT RS, large -size and strong, same quality as sold elsewhere at from Is. to Is. 3d. each as a Bargain ! 5 E. WEBB & CO/S price for these is only 9*d. each. I A splendid line of MEN'S COTTON SHIRTS at 1 s. 1 1 d. Au excellent SHIRT, equal to those sold in town at 2s. lid. and 3s. 6d— price only 2s. 6d- eacil- % BftRGAlNS~EXTfrAO^PINftRY I DRESS_STUFFS ! I Who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

MORRIS'S IMPERIAL HE ^gliSTIf The Cures effected by this ointment comprise Australian Blight. Ulcers on the Eyeballs, Chronic Affections of the Eyelid's (restoring Eyelashes), Weak and Sore Eyes, Stye, Incipient Cataract, Granular Disease, and other Affections of the Eye ; also, Ringworm, spots on the Fac« and Neck of Females, Scorbutic or other Eruptions. WONDERFUL CURES are EFFECTED BY IT. The Curative- Power of this Great Keiftedy, in cases of years' standing, almost amounts to a miracle. It may be applied to Infante, and the size of a grain, of rice to Adults thrice a day cures the worst cases. EXTRACTS. lir. .Tno. Trap]), Vegetable Creek, N.S.W. ' Your Ointment ? s.s done my eyes a world of good. Haring suffered for 20 years, I have Liaed numbers of lotions and ointments, with no benefit ; but your Oiutmcnt has almost, if not altogether, cured my eyes.' Messrs. Player and Kitchen, Mansfield. ' Dear Sir,— All thoso who liaye used your Oiutnwut speak of it in tho highest terms, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

ES. W EBB «Sc O O. 9 — SUPPLY THE — jyiAejHlNE^Y SjHEWN BELOW - ^f—,^,^ ? : ? __ ..,.-' . ? I BENTALL'S Cj^^ CHAFF-CUTTER. In Stock. ~Sm^^M?WM CHAFF-CUTTER- I In Stock. I ^Ljk \ BENTALL'S L**iffl[jF CHAFF-CUTTER, ^1^ HfSi ^^ft with rising mouth [?] : - — ; ? ~~~. — : ? : prize? to plough ^^^^gf^jS^^^ prize? to Ploai? I R. HORNSBY & SON'S UNEQUALLED PLOUGHS. I $g* For full particulars, see backpage. I Improved HQMSE GEAR, especially adapted for driving ChaffX ,r- 6^/^ and other food-preparing machines. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

PL01J0HS! PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS of the AGE ! -^$mlBBBI^£^ HORNSBY PLOUGHS. Messrs. R- Hornsby & Sons (Limited) have obtained no less than 2,200 PRIZES fOP PlOUghS since 1876. A l^ge supyly of the genuine Hornsby Ploughs in stock at E. Webb and Co.'s, at very reasonable 'prices. Apply early - aud dorit be too late! The following in stock: F. i -wheel - Price, ^4 17 6 RB. 2- wheel - Price, £j 13 6 FG. 2-wheel - „ 6 18 6 H. 2-wheel- „ 850 RG. Double-furrow. Price, Xn 17 6. All fitted with Steel Breasts and Latest Improvements. Ploughs of the best English make always on hand, at extremely LOW PRICES. These Ploughs are quite equal to any Colonial Plough, and are MUCH LOWER IN PRICE. Having been made to the order of E. WRBB & CO., they include ALL THE IMPROVEMENTS suggested at the different Agricultural Shows held in Bathurst. Howard's j^^^^^^^^^ Howard's ZIG - Z AG ^^^^^^^fe^ ZIG ' ZAG HARROWS. ~^^3Pp^^ Hi These Harrows, which are all made of the best wrought iron, ha...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

peat and -8en*ral gtytf*. Vvhh aTSASt on at Conncil meetings, Bathurst, lately. Paving qEKbtIoK quiet. Asphalting going on in front of Court House slowly. At present it seems uoft and not likely to stand long. Tub bridge at the end of Durham-street, crossing the Vale creek, has just been completed. The bridge itself appears to be very substantial, but the railings or sides are so slight and low that we fear that the Government or the Borough Council will be having some compensation claims brought against them. Horses frequently shy when crossing bridges and it it is only right and proper that secure sides should be erected so that they cannot easily go over. This TAKKS ate progressing rapidly ; Two are being made, one a rather fine hole and the other a very small affair indeed. PoBsibly between them they may hold two djays' supply of water. If anything goes wrong with the machinery, what are the inhabitants to do for water f Echo answers, Wliat ? The people of Bathurst will find tha...

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CAMP PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

CAMP PIE. Ingredients. — Cold beef or mutton, pepper and salt, seasoning of ketchup or Worcester sauce, and ?^ an onion if liked. Method. — Mince the meat very fine, add pepper, salt, and the onion finely chopped. Make gravov of the bones and flavour it with ketchup or Worcester sauce; mix these with the minced meat, put it into a pie dish, with a tolerably thick layer of mashed potatoes, well seasoned with pepper and salt, and bake for an hour. The Gas company have obtained permission from the City Council to erect at the lledfern Railway Station, and also close to Temple-court in Elizabeth street, a brilliant lamp 800 candle power;

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ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

ALL SORTS. Schools will be re-opening soon : boys and girls to work again. Straw Hat. — Pomp : Sam, why should a straw hat never be raised to a lady in de street ? Sam : Can't tell you, Pompey. Pomp : Because, no matter how much you shake it, or how much she may appreciate it, it is not felt. Yah ! Yah ! Yah ] What tree represents a person who persists in incurring debts ? Willow (will owe). When is a man thinner dan a lath ? When he is a-sharing. Why is the profession of a dentist always pre carious ? Because he lives from hand to mouth.1 Why is Webb's the best place ta buy your goods ? Because they import them and sell at one price only, and are cheaper than all others when quality is con sidered. Why is a hen walking like a base conspiracy? Because it is a foul (fowl) jiroceeding, Whbn is au umbrella like suet? When it is dripping. Why is there no regular gate-keeper at the Kelso crossing on the railway line ? Because the porter at Kelso station can open the gates ? No, that he c...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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RHUBARB JAM (RED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

RHUBARB JAM (RED). Ingredients. — 1 lbs. rhubarb — the red kind, — 4 lbs. of loaf sugar, and 5 oz. whole ginger. Method. — Peel and cut up the rhubarb into small pieces, add the sugar and ginger, and boil until clear. Pot and tie down as for other preserves. This should be of a brilliant red color, and is very good for serving with blanc-mange, moulded rice, or rice flummery.

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