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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

EYERY person has a certain duty to perform in 1 his life, and the particular duty that has I devolved upon the proprietor of I BEIEH'S New South Wales Ointment is to alleviate the sufferings of humanity. This he is doing by placing within the reach of all, the celibrated South Wales Ointment. This remarkable discovery has gained for itself such distinction that it is now pronounced THE KEMEDY of the 19th century. Beer's New SOUTH Wales Ointment is a certain cure for SORE EYES. It alleviates the pain almost at once, and effects a cure in a very short time. For BURNS and SCALDS, Beer's New South WALES Ointment has no equal ; It gives immediate relief, and heals with remarkable rapidity ; and for all kinds of Sores, Ulcerations of the face head, and body of children, Chap ped Hands, Bad Legs, Sore Lips, Piles, and, indeed any Skin Affection, Beer's new South Wales OI3XTTltttB3XrT is a certain cure. Those who suffer with CORNS will find, with regular application of this ointment, a per ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

Buying Rams — The importance of securing good rams for breeding purposes cannot be too strongly impressed upon sheep-breeders. Many run away with the idea that any ram will do, and they secure animals at 15/- or 20/- each that ought to have their throats cut. A breeder who has any regard for his name should casterate every ram not up to a fair standard, and on no account sell an animal that he would feel ashamed of if he saw him pointed out as one of his breed. That inquiries may come for 15/ rams no one doubts for one moment. It is far better to let them pass than to keep mongrels to fill such orders, which must of necessity bring discredit upon the breeder some day. Randall, a great authority on sheep-breeding, says it is all important to select the choicest rams whether for commencing nocks of full bloods or by crossing. He says ' a good merino ram will add more than a pound of wool to the fleece of the dam, on every lamb got by it,' from a common woolled ewe.' That is, if the ew...

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Advice Gratis. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

Advice Gratis. Apropos |o excrci^ so^necesMiry --ity all, Jtmt \ytlcb so many nfeleH toTtaK^^ie |)oet^I«ydc|i sa^B^-1- *'| ''*' f Better to hunt in fieloi forneafta unbougfitT T a^afiffilfi theHSM^ fcb& naa^a|-dra®^03* - ^ The wiseiorjeure on.exerpifle depend^ God nevfer^niaae^his work for man to inend.

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[?]FALL. The following is the rainfall, as recorded at the Meterological Station, Bathurst, for the last eleven years:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

TOR ALL KINDS OF 1 TINWARE& GALVANIZED IRON GOODS, 1 Plunge Baths, from ? ... ... ... ... ... ? SO/— 1 Portable Shower Baths, from ~ ... ? ... ? ... 12/6 i Galvanized Iron Water Tanks, &c. ... .». ... ..* ... .;. ... go/— I Portable /'Furnace Frames anti Boilers (15 gallons), from... .,. ... 50/- 1 The uGEM'ilGe Ofea|n Freezejr, with handle complete, from ... ... 11/6 I RUBBER & CANVAS HOSE^ DIRECTORS & SPREADERS. I Gas Stoves Supplied and Fixed. ; r Colonial Ovens Made to Order.,; 1 PAINTED AND GALVANIZED WATER POTS, at Lowest Possible Prices; I ? ? ? ; ? ?' , ? ? .....?:. ?:,;?:.; ? 1 SEND FOR WHOLESALE PRICE LIST. j JAYE AND FREEMAN, Corner of Keppel & Bentinck Streets, Ba.th.urst. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

. 'BnnTFT'lT-Tl' 1 TT*T'lTfFTTI Wwfifmtml ll hp I fin nfli£r* ##r'ii X ITT f f ? #- It ? I f |i *# i f i ^ f ITT j ? ? f? i j. * ? I £ f i 1 *Yi r * I T'M r V ? ^ ^ %/ The tjreate^t jHJellth/R^Btorlr in the, World is fG/»;» i^.i: r\ -..-'.« ??}--*??' ?' ' f Over 60,000 Jppxep «Sp34 Every Week Prepared onlyby F, T GIBSON, M.P.S. If you are sick, try these wonderful Pills. If a little out of sorts, try them. If in good health, keep a box by you, and take a dose; occasionally To keep you in health. THESE PILLS ARE SOLD AT 3d. PEE BOX. Hj£Ai-', §?$MACH? j& LIVER PILLS, Gout & Rheumatic Pills, Antibilious Pills, Tic & Toothache Pills, &c, &c. Different Kinds of £ills for Different Complaints. Thou sands of Testimonials received. They are truly r.? ? : §V;orth a Guinea a Box ?« s' i .-? ~ ': ? -? :?? i. ? Sold* aV Bathurst by the following Agents*: -Messrs. Lynch $c Bottrell, George-street ; W. Trezise, Bentinck street; — Ktrkpatrick, Milltown ; Mes...

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RUST IN WHEAT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

RUST IN WHEAT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE '? HEBALD.' Sir,— In your issue of the 20th. instant appears a letter on ' Wheat-rust — what it has done — preventive means ' — and. signed Angus Mackay, F.CS., instructor in agri culture. If the information therein contained is a sample of technical college education, then I say preserve us from such. Mr. Mackay says— 'There are varieties of wheat that do resist all the encroachments of the disease, because they are harder in the shell or skin.' This statement shows his ignorance of the subject, the wheat being hard or soft, white or read, has nothing to do with the cause of rust, but the rust has a deal to do with the wheat. Rust is not in the wheat grain, but in the wheat plant ; it is generally admitted that rust is a fungus caused by certain afmnehlianin nnn^lifirtnn fji«mniM%[%lr\ £?*« «4-m m*..J1« « .J.l-£j_ «wuisojju^i.iv- vjuuuiuuub lavuiuauic \AJ lUt glUWvIl , LUla fungus attacks the wheat plant near the roots, and proceeds upwards ; if ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

CHAFF-CUTTERS ! C 8 I Chaff otters iCj^jw — With rising spring mouth, 7}x2fMr ^^hB85|H|8J^^B CHAFF-CUTTERS ! ! ~~ I [?] ^g(9B|fe^. BENTALL'S CDF CHAFF-CUTTER If ^H^3lSiilp^ BENTALL'S CM-?CHAFF CUTTER ^B^ ^^^^^^Bm BEOTAL&siDDFSfeAFP^Cli'TTBE ^^^BS5l1J|J^ bentall's ceh chaff cutter ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^pen^t.t.^ oeVchaff cutter BENTALL'S C E E CHAFF CUTTER, with rising mouth, 9J x 3fin. Cuts three lengths, viz., 7-16th, and J. This machine can be strongly recommended for either hand or horse power. It has a stopping and reversing motion, and is fitted with two handles. £ 10 7s. 6. See page 5. BENTALL'S C S H CHAFF CUTTER, with rising mouth, 10 x SJin. Cuts three lengths. £, 7-1 6th, and f . This machine is made extra strong for horse power, with larger frame and heavier fly wheel. It has a stopping and reversing motion, and is fitted with two handles and three knives, with pulley. £14 6s. Gd. ? CHAFF KNIVES for ail the above Cutters kept on hand. HORSE GEARS. HORSE GEARS. HORSE GE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

Bathurst fl,,H.and P. Association SMOW TAKEB PLACE On APRIL 15th, 16th, and Ittk, OK THE SHOW GROUND BATHURST. tS- Entries CLOSE ApRIL 2nd, 1890. APPLY TO HON. SECRETARY FOR SCHEDULE OF PRIZES. W. G. THOMPSON, Hon. Secretary, Bathurst. §Ifo §attor»i first SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1890.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

fTLADOW'S JOINTED FULVBRSING' AND SMOOTHING DISC HARROWS. * The most useful implement ever introduced on a farm, on ' account of their many excellent qualities, and for the many purposes for whjch they can be utilised. WHAT IT WILL DO. It will throughly pulverise the soil, by lifting it up to the fertilising effects of sun and , rain. It willpulrerise, coverj and mix manure with the soilj It will actually save plouhingi in many instances. It will! cover to any desired depth alJH kinds of grain as no other^ harrow will ; birds eannot get| at the seed ; seed can be sowiu broadcast on stubble land, and| every kernel of grain covered! by it. It will produce better crops, by reason of its through preparation of the soil. 3L.A r-ow-js foMecl FttlTeriziiig Ewtmw. ^^^ /^The new center box, the new welght-w J^PSp / bos coupling, and placing the drait-baxs at \ _J^ JJ ^WeSL/ the middle of the gangs axe all } jM^^^j^KH^ JbPnv Great Improvements /a^HhRh ^\ V ? POR TBS TEAR ? wHHHPim It will, wi...

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THE METROPLIS. SYDNEY, 10th February, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

THE METROPLIS. [PBOM OUE OWN COBBESPOHDENT.] Sydney, 10th February, 1890. If my memory does not belie me, it is two years this month since I last had the pleasure of telling you what things had fallen under my notice in sunny Sydney, and in the interval we have all ticked off in the ledger of our brie! existence a good few accounts — some, probably, we wish we had never opened ; others closed, never more to be reopened ; but, let us hope, started a good few tbat may prove satis factory as long as we are able to keep the pages rustling. It is not a big gap ; and yet, when one stands and retrospectively gazes across its space, it makes a man pause, and reminds bim that the world, In its political, social, commercial, and religious aspects, is revolving almost as rapidly as the planet ILDCll | ouu. ng x unw i^iioii^u uuuu^ blue VLlilc scenes of my early childhood, and in the enforced idleness of ship life had time for some musings upon the changes and vicissitudes of this 'changeful ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

OH, MOTHER! DO not forget to put some of the Challenge Baking Powder in the Pudding and Cakes. It makes them so nice and light, and you wilTnot have a pain in the chest after dinner. AWARDED BRONZE MEDAL AND DIPLOMA OF MERIT INDIAN & COLONIAL EXHIBITION, ^fe£^ MANUFACTURER ^ftgS^ Sole Agent for PARKER'S celebrated Eye Lotion and Ointment. Plimnfnn ^*wj|k horse ~ SHOE ASK FOR WALLABY BR^ND. AMERICAN MACHINERY) (HIGHEST Q.UALITY ENGLISH WORKMEN J GIVE I AND SWEDISH IRON ORES ) ( LOWEST PRICES. Please give them a Trial next time you Buy. Please Ask for a 2d. Tin op EMER.INE. For Polishing Cutlery and Metals; and Extracting Rust, it is unequalled. BUY ONLY reckitts Pure Blub. Sold in Is, 6d, and 3d Boxes. SOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE GROCERS. W. q. HUDSON & (M TIMBER YARD ? AND— STEAM JOINERY WORKS, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. A laige Assortment of all . , COLONIAL & IMPORTED TIMBERS Always on hand, as well as Turnery, Ladders, Spokes, Naves, Poprs, Sashes, & Bui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

S. WEBB & CO. I HAVE PLEASURE IN SUBMITTING A LIST Ob' THEIR JBECENT XlMCPOXfc'P.A.'FXONS AGRieULTURAL* IMPLEMENTS, I&I1 of which can be throughly recommended, as E. WEBB & CO. make it a point of supplying, none but the very best in all the respective classes. I A* the ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. HOWARD'S PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS, 9 —~^ ? Possessing great strength *r'ni 'Kiiste^. 1 and rigidity. They ^^^^^SSmsL^ I Cannot be Broken I Nor will they Spring under SEVEREST STRAIN -^Bi They are fitted with a novel ^ form of head, which enables ^^^ -. the ploughman, by simply -M ^^ ? \fa | turning a handle, to %^W^ nffMBfcw Tft ? T ? RECULATE THE LINE OF DRAFT ngrThw ? TTi™ % Tb!H -W» without ^^^BBffljr \ £^fVl Stopping the Horses, ,„ s^-r^^^ jml\ » P^OT^HI I thus effectinff a considerable (^^???IIite^^-**-— 5k ^&O? JJ ? savinS in time in the course ^mm^S^^^^^^J^^^^^ of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

I Good News I — W« are much pleased to learn I that the Railway Commissioners aje inviting appli I cations for competent workmen for the railways. 1 For Bathurst they want fire fitters, two boiler 8 makers, and two boiler-makers1 helps. They also 1 want men for other places, viz., Eveleigh, Newcastle, I Nyngan, and Harden. Applications should he ad 1 1 dressed to the Secretary's Office, Sydney, and most ? be sent inbofore the 20th instant. The applications 'M mast be endorsed ' Application for Appointment as I Fitter,' or as the case may be. I Thanks to Mr. K. A. H. McKenzie, of the I Telegraph Office, Bathurst, we are able to publish I the rainfall for each month during 1889. Many of a our readers may be under the impression that the ? rainfall last year was a long way above tbe average, m because we had such good crops. As a matter of ? fact it was only 44 points (less than half an inch) ? above the average for the previous ten years. The cause of its being such a good season appe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

& '!vL-/ L ^^^a Jb^ ' New Riding and Self- Lifting ^^ ? lAV^C w\ Iff lBlL*»~J 'P TXTT^TS'n O nf\ HAVE these in both TWO ^^Br IMBfc^^^ i^JyL^Tjf ^' WM-B & CO. --dmn-te... ?? ?HfflfltPfSi^ltW?'':'''.- A:. '?? ^^^^^BBIllfc=fc- /_'^^\ ^k | Jf r&^- Without a doubt, before many years these ploughs will be ''?'' !!*' '?^'fr'11^^^^HP|P'''!'^^^^^=TO ' ' ~*~ -«--^v**™m-/''^' ^^^ss—Jk^^ ^n un''ersa^ demand, and ploughs with handles be a thing of i ''''' - ' ' ~~' ^iiU!^z2^VX^^-^f'' ' the past. « ] comes into contact with the wheel. The '^^^^MH^i ^frII-i^i^B^Eg^ffi^^^^^TOX^%ll rS'^BT=^^^^M ? HOWARD'S O.B.U. GENERAL PURPOSE DOUBLE PLOUGH Fitted with Patent Lifting .SSi^Sfe^^ ~ and Steering Apparatus. '^^Ipll^^^ ^^ The lifting out of work at ^^^^^^^S Land's end is done entirely V^§^^njgpliS by the horses, the Plough- ^^ ? -Wl^ man merely releasing a ^UBM^tK^M^ lever. ^^HP^^^^^^BMBB PRIOE-£14 14s. and ' '^I^^^^^^^B^' The Patent Steerage is a ^'^^^^^^^^^j^^^S ^'eat ad7antage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

E. WEBB & CO., WESTERN WAREHOUSE. ORDER BO0TDEPARTPT WE are now more than ever prepared to give to this ? Department very special atttention, and our patrons will do well to study the prices below, and find it very much to their advantage to give us a trial. We do not desire to cut down the prices fot boots made to measure, but having satisfied ourselves that the people of Bathurst have been, for years past, paying too high a price for such j goods, we have made such arrangements as will, we are sure, meet with public approbation. j Please note well the prices and descriptions, as per list, j No shoddy or inferior materials are used in the manu facture of our Boots, but the very best of all leathers, both for soles and uppers, that can be procured. We guarantee a perfect fit, and, where required, will make a pair of boots to measure at a few hours' notice. j Our prices are, for boots to measure : — s. d. Gents' Best French Calf E.S , plain tops ? 12 6 ., „ „? „ „ fancy tops ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1890

Trusts and combinations to raise prices are most unsatisfactory Their tendency is to get prices above their normal state. The system of working is various, but it is usually managed by checking production, and at all times purchasing up and eprvmermt in small »arcels only, thus forcing prices up. We have heard of some ' trusts ' in England. For instance, there is the Salt Trust, which has raised the price of this needful article materially. No doubt the action of that combination has caused thousands, if not millions, of tons of salt to go to England from other countries. The price was forced too,lrigh, and England's blessed system of Freetrade helped check the extortionate prices of the com bination. Had England been a Protectionist country this would not have been the case. The nannla r-f fha Aftiint.rv wnnlfl have been compelled to pay the fabulous prices levied by the ' combination,' which would be strong enough to maintain the high rates then. To give our reeders an idea of the...

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THE REVIEWER IN REPLY. (To the Editor of the Bathurst Daily Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

THE REVIEWER IN REPLY. (To the Editor of the Bathurst Daily Times,) Sir, — I have glanced at Bishop Camidge's re marks in your paper on my review of his now well known address, and as they do not contain an answer to my arguments and statements, they need no reply. A sincere admirer of the Church of England as a great Protestant institution, I leave your readers to judge between him and me, and commit him to the care of Cardinal Moran. Yours, etc., THE REVIEWER, March 6th, 1890.

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