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JACKETS! JACKETS! JACKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

JACKETS S JACKETS I JACKETS. I Ladies' New Jackets, a pleasure to look at, only I, 8/6 each at Webb's Ladies' New Reefer Jackets, latest novelty, with naval buttons, only 17/6. Ladies' New Plushette Jackets, the favourite, only 27/6 and 35/-. Ladies' New Jackets of every description and at prices that cannot fail to attract the many to the favourite resort, namely the Showroon of the West ern Warehouse.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

Children's Coloured Cotton Hose, in all sizes, from 2£d to 2/3 pair. Children's Coloured Cotton Hose, ribbed, in all sizes, 3Jd, 4d, 4Jd, 5d, 6,d, and 7d. These are a special line for school wear called ' The Clipper,' at Webbs. Children's Coloured Cotton Hose, ribbed, a better line in all sizes, 13d, 15d, 16^d, 17^d. Special value in Children's Lisle Thread Hose in navy and blacks, all sizes, 1/- pair, at Webb's. Women's Coloured Cotton Hose, 5d, 6d, 7jd, 9d, 10£d, 1/-, 1/1, 1/3, 1/4J, to 2/6. Women's White Cotton Hose, 4|-?, 5jd, 6d, 7£d, 9d, lid, 1/-, 1/3, 1/4J, at Webb's. *A nice line in Women's Ribbed Cotton Hose, at 1/10J, 2/4J, and 2/6. Womens Cream Cotton Hose, 5d, 9d, 10£d, 1/1£, 1/7$, 2/2, at Webb's. Women's Black Cotton Hose, in sanitary and diamond dye, a splendid assortment. Women's Spun Silk Hose, in navys and blacks, 2/6, 2/9, and 6/6, at Webb's.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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BATHURST SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

^BATHURST SHOW. The Bathurst Agricultural, Horticultural, and Pas toral Association hold their next show, at Bathurst, ©n April 15fch, 16th, and 17tb. Entries close oq . * Ajtfil 2nd, by which time some hundreds of Webb's special value suits must be sold. Schedules of the prizes may be had from Mr. W. G. Thompson, Hon. Secretary, Bathurst. ; We are pleased to 6nd the sheep-breeders of Bathurst setting, such a good example in the way of (Special prizes for the next show. They came out most handsomely, and we trust the list of prizes, which is now a very liberal one, may attract ex hibitors* from all parts of the colony, and that in time our sheep show may be second to none in the colony. , Well done farmers and residents of Bathursr. You, evidently recognise the fact that ' God helps those who help themselves.' You have given liberally towards the special prize list, and this must extend the interest in our coming sbow. Success is sure to follow your efforts. The latest thing is stri...

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MERCERY & WOOLLEN DEPARTMENT AT WEBB'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

MERCERY & WOOLLEN DEPART MENT AT WEBB'S. Gents' Shakespeare Hats, 3/9. Special line, I 8/6, regular price, 10/6 - I Gents' Hard Felt Hats, 1/- up to 10/6. I Gents' White and Regatta Shirts, 2/6 to &/6. I Gents' Ties and Scarves in lastest styles and ? colourings. Gents' Collars in latest shapes. N.Z. Rugs, grand assortment, from 17/6. Gents' Sac Suits to measure, 57/6. Special value. See Webb's Crown Hollands, from 4Jd, per yard. Grand value. See Webb's -White Lace Curtains at 4/6 pair. New designs. See Webb's special makes and new Patterns in Flannelettes, from 5|d to 7jd per yard. Just arrived. See Webb's All Wool Scarlet Fiannel at 6Jd per yard. A marvel of cheapness. See Webb's for the latest novelties in Art Muslins, from 6d per yard. See Webb's well-assorted Stock before purchas ing elsewhere ;' it means money saved. I

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GLOVES! GLOVES! GLOVES! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

? GLbVES! GLOVES! GLOVES! 1 Kid Gloves, at Webb's, 1/6, 1/11, in nice tans, ? and brown shades. m Kid Gloves, 4-c!asps, 'The Sapho,' in tans, 1 browns, and blacks, at 3/6.. 9 Kid Gloves, 4-clasp, «? The Camng^on^ shield ? brand, in all the leading shades, 3/6 and 4/9. at I Webb's. * . ? Kid Gloves, ' The Boussel,' 4-clasps, heavy 'K stitch back, 5/6. - fl Kid Gloves, 6 clasps, in all the leading shades, I at Webbs, at 5/6 and 5/11. Kid Gloves in any » shade to match costumes, in 4 or 6 clasps** jM Mosquetaire Suede Gloves, in all shades. I at Webb's, at 3/6, 3/11, and 4/6. ' - ' « Taffetta Silk Gloves, :/- 1/4J, 1/6, 1/9,2/3, M, 2/6, in all shades. , ,M;J Pure Silk Gloves, 1/4 J, 1/6, 1/9, 2/3, 2/6, B 2/9 to 4/6. from 12-button length to 36, at Webb's. 9 Lisle Thread Gloves, 6d, 7Jd, 9d, 1/-, 1/3, I 1/6. W — : ? * -? A nice assortment in Hemstitch Handker- ? chiefs, in plain and fancy border. fl A choice line in Lace Bordered Handker- H chiefs, at Webb's. jH Go to the Reliable Drape...

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THE SINGLE TAXERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

THE SINGLE TAXERk We cannot congratulate these gentlemen on their selection of an evening for the great Henry George to give the Bathurst public a taste of his genius in person. We admire Henry George, but do not go the full length of his 'ropes,' and we much regret that Saturday nirht, should be chosen for so important a man to speak. Henry George, of course, does not know that this is about the only night in the week many employees cannot possiblv go ami hear him, but the single taxers of this city ought to know it, and we cannot understand their fixing oh that night, unless they have given the single tax scheme so much of their thoughts that they have no room for watching other daily events. Henry George is here ! He proposes to address those fortunate people who can get away to hear him, at the School of Arts, on Saturday (this) evening. We much regret that we, and many others, who would, no doubt, like to near this great philanthropist, must of necessity be debarred that pleasu...

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

Farms to let. Those who want farms closo to the railway, and also near a market should call on Mr. E. Webb of Hathrop, as that gentleman has the famous wheat growing lan-i on the plains at Westham to let. This property has rested for a number of years and should now yield very heavy crops the farmer renting1 it getting the benefit of the rest it has had. We understand that it will be subdivided into smaller farms if required. Protectionists say their system keeps the money in the country. Look at the result of pro tection in Victoria, and see whether the money is kept in the country. We take the official returns, ami let the figures speak for themselrcs. Here they are : — Imports for 1869, Victoria ? £21 189,422. Imports for 1889.N.S.W ? £22,540,233. Here we are with, those poor struggling- fellows in our sister colony, paying from 25 to 33^ per cent, on everything thev want, to keep the foreign goods out of their country, and it is no use it cannot be done ; as seen above they actu...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING. Men's all Wool Colonial Tweed Trousers at 5/H at Webb's. Webb's all Wool Geelong Tweed Sac Suits, I wonderful wearing goods. I Boys' Sac Suits, from 11/6, at Webb's. Boys' Tailor-made K.B. Suits, in great variety, splendidly cut, and guaranteed all wool, just the thing to set a boy off nicely, and wear well, at Webb's. Choice and stylish Millinery. — A most beautiful lot of handsomely trimmed millinery may now be seen at Webb's. For many years past this department has been coming to the front, and at last the best Sydney houses cannot possibly beat the displ.iy^now on view. Lovely goods in Hats and Bonnets, from 5/11, 6/11, 7/6, 8/11, 10/6, 14/6, 21/-, and every price up to 3 guineas. Some ladies are under the impression that Webb's cannot do the low price millinery. If any have a doubt upon this point, will they please favour the showrooms with a visit on Saturday next, when they will find out their serious mistake. Modern styles, the very latest trimmed, ...

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

The Btahurst $%M IS vxmiimTM on the l$ih of every month, and ' Having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ApVERTISJtfp MEDIUM. TlCEMS OP ADVERTISING : s. d For the first inch of space, or part thereof .. ,,.,.».... 2 0 tt each succeeding inch, or part thereof ,...,....,.. . 1 0 Advertisements ordered for special positions will be charged as under :— For the l«t inch, or part thereof.. ? .. ? 3 0 „ each Succeeding inch, or part thereof ....;....... 16 %* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisftinettt appfears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion, SATURDAY, MABCH 15, 1890.

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MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. White Calico, from 3d to 1/ Grey Calico, from 2d to 7}d Turkey Towels, from 6£d to 4/9 Honeycomb Towels, from 3d to 9£d Sheetings, from 12£d to 7/9 Counterpains, from 3/11 to 30/ Table Covers, all colors from 3/11 to 60/-. at Webb's.

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

W. \ HUDSON \& CO.'S TIMBER YARD - ..ND — ste: joinery works, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. A laige Assortment of all COLONIAL & IMPORTED- TIMBERS Ai«ays on hand, as well as Turnery. Ladders, Spokes, Naves, Doors, Sashes, & Builders' Ironmongery. AGliNTS FOR CLYDE MACHINERY. CHA.FF-CUTTERS & HORSE-WORKS, All prices to suit purchasers. BUCKEYE BINDERS & MOWERS To l»e sun at iho nb'ivo address. W. H. HUDSON & CO., Bathurst. WADDY, FLHIING. & MOLLISON, (LATE WITH CO1313 & CO.),* COACH. «Ej_3SC^ CARRIAGE, And BUGGY .^^BUILDERS, Keppel Street. Bathurst. TO THE RESIDENTS OP BATHURST AND WESTERN DISTRICT. \\j E have much pleasure in announcing that we have * » opined the Spacious P.emises in Keppel street, opposite Dr. Spjucer's Rosid nc '. jh a COACH FACTORY, Having all been employed in th) vv;]l-k'iown firm of Cobb & Co. (W. Maddy in tho \vhcel-nriking and wood department for 16 yars ; J Fleming in the smithing department...

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

BISHOP CAMIDGE IN REPLY. (To the Editor of the Bathurst Daily Times.) Sir,— I have a strong objection to religious con troversy, for I believe no good ever comes of it, and to avoid the possibility of this, I notonly stated at the opening of my address, ' I shall not say any thing willingly or knowingly to attack any other religious body, but simply indicate what I claim for my own Church, and the grounds upon which I found that claim,*' but faithfully adhered to this, and no word contravening this rule is to be found in that address ; but for all that, I have stirred up the wrath of the Cardinal and also of your reviewer. This affords a curious illustration of the position of our Church. On the one side stands Some, and on the other Nonconformity — for I must give it a name, although I did not use the term in my address — represented by your re viewer. So long as our Church calmly submits to some undefined position^ both sides remain quiets but JJxectly she takes' her rightful plac...

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REVIEW. SYNODICAL ADDRESS READ BY BISHOP CAMIDGE AT THE THIRD SESSION OF THE SIXTH SYNOD OF THE DIOCESE OF BATHURST, FEBRUARY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1890

REVIEW.) Synodical Address read :by Bishop Camidoe at the Third Session of the Sixth Synod of the Diocese of Bathubst, February, 1890. [Reprinted from Bathwrst Times, March 1.] (Communicated.') Bishop Camidge has spoken plainly in this address, and this is as it ought to be. Public teachers, especially Bishops, are often reticent. Reticence is, however, not agreeable to the public. Men like to know what one really thinks who aspires to be te ruler and teacher, and now we have the official deliverance of the Church of England Bishop of Bathurst. This we purpose noticing, so far as it' seems to possess any general interest. We are not called on to deal with its literary merits; we have only to do with the episcopal utterances on questions of a religious or ecclesias tical nature. He states that the Church first estab lished in Britain was ' virtually the same in doc trine and discipline and government as the Church of England of to-day fr — an assertion this, as Pro fessor Bain says, ...

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FIRST GOLD DISCOVERY. Sunrise, Guyong, October 18th, 1887 [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1890

FIRST GOLD DISCOVERY. From the Fbrbes and Parkes Gazette. Sunrise, Guyong, October 18th, 1887. The following evidence touching the first gold discovery in Australia was prepared by us in 1876 and will read accordingly. It was prepared to be read to a committee of the New South Wales Parliament, but having tried by all legitimate means for twenty years to obtain a hearing by that astute body without success, we now adopt the Press (the only alternative left to us) in order that the public mind may be disabused of its error in supposing Mr» Hargraves to be the sole discoverer of the first payable eold, or in supposing that he ever did more to the dis covery than introducing the tin dish system and finding something leBS than a farthing's worth of gold to which lie was taken by John Lister and James Tom. We can assign, no reason whatever why the public mind should not receive the truth and be undeceived. Certainly we not being able to obtain a hearing by Parliament can be considered no...

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

HAVE PLEASURE IN SUBMITTING A LIST Of THEIR REOBNT IMPORTATIONS IN AGRieULTURAL ♦ IMPLEMENTS, All 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. Ae the ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. HORNSBY'S SINGLE- FURROW PLOUGHS. F Awheel; FG, LH, 2-wheel, -* All Bitted with STEEL BREASTS, and IMPROVED tojneet the requirements of the district. ^^V h^J^Mm^j' VS' THESE PLOUGHS ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO NEED FURTHER COMMENT* ^DOUBLE * FURROW PLOUGHS.^ The stock held by E. WEBB & Co. surpasses anything yet seen in the district. The N.S.W. PLOUGH has been made to their own specification, and is after the model of the celebrated Bathurst made plough. They can be^had with either iron or steel beams, and with or without bowl land wheel. The bowl land wheel is a great improvement, enabling plough to turn much more easily than when...

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

:Wm 3D ERAT ION! WITH a Tiew to their mutual benedt, W. H. PAUL wishes to 'federate' with the Fanners, Squatters, and all others who use €SADDLERY# by an exchange of REALLY GOOD and CHEAP LINES in these goods for their GASH. NOW ON HAND— A fine lot of Side Saddles, Gents' Saddles, Buggy Harness, Ladies' and Gents' Bridles, Hunting, Buggy, and Jockey Whips, Spurs, &c, &c. Also, very low lines in Cased and Half-cased HAMES for the coming Ploughing Season. HIS OWN MANUFACTURED ARTICLES need not be particularised. They have stood the test in this market of more than 34 years, and many of the goods now made in his establishment are the workmanship of men who have been in his employment from fiteen to 27 years. LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. INSPECTION INVITED. '17V. XX.TP ATTXj, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. EXCELSIOR PRINTING WORKS, BOOK, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS DEPOT, Kex-:pel Street, Battiurst. Nl I ? - ? Jl V AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED. GYXTHA...

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

ill JilBBHKiliBBit ill Chaff Cutters & Horse Gears. It is a well known fact that the finest' assortment of CHAFF CUTTERS Are kept on hand by E. WEBB & CO., To work either by Han'J, Horse, or Steam Power. '' Customers can be supplied with full . detailed list on application. Bentall's C S A, C S B, C D Z, C X C, ODD, CDV, CMC, CEE, ODD, C E D, and C E H, Chaff Cuttera.; HUNT & TAWELL'S PONY GEAR, with intermediate on same frame. Pony Gear with seperate intermediate motion. One, and two Horse Gears, with separate intermediate motion. [?] TO FARMERS. WESTHAjVTTO LET ! THIS SPLENDID PROPERTY, situated about eight miles from Bathurst, and about two miles from Brewongle Railway Station, is now to be let in one or several lots. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY for farmers to get some of the pick of the Bathurst plains at low rentals, and on eapy terms. For further particulars, &c, apply to E. WEBB, Hathrop; Or, SYDNEY W. WEBB, Solicitor, Bathurst. HARROWS. EWEBB &...

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

KELL & ASHMAN, GEORGE STREET. Tinsmiths, Plnmbersf Gasfitters. ASH PANS & STOVE PIPES made to order, Every description of GALVENIZINGh GUTTER RIDGIffG, and DOWN PIPES, kept M fltook, at liberal discount to storekeepers, '

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

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 3 5th of every month, and having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TEEMS 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. 8fte|i attars t§0st THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1890. We have watched with no small amount of ? pleasure the very interesting development of the fiscal question in Victoria. A short time ago we referred to the uneasiness prevailing among the farmers in that colony, many of whom felt the tariff 80 severely that they cleared out, and actually came to our sanny shores. Some of our protectionists agr...

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

JAYE AND FREEMAN, AGENTS FOR NEW SAFETY BICYCLES ARE SUPPLYING NEW RAPID SAFETY BICYCLES, No. 1, at ... ? £22 0 0 ,. „ „ „ No. 2, at ? - ? 18 0 0 RUDGE „ „ „ No.l,at ? 21 0 0 | *, „ „ „ No. 3. at ? 17 0 0 f SPECIAL STAR „ „ No. 2, at ? 15 10 0 I i» *, » m No. 3, at ? 13 0 0 I Delivered Free in Bathurst for Cash. \ TIME PAYMENT IK REQUIRED. I ROLLER SKATES, 10s. 6d., 17s. 6d., 21s, per Pair. SKATE FITTINGS OF i ALL KINDS KEPT IN STOCK. 1 SKATES CLEANED AND REPAIRED. i ? ♦ ? ASH PANS made to order; Competent Mechanic sent to Measure. STOVE i PIPES made and fixed. | Only One Address : KEPPEL- ST., BATHURST. -^/^s m^ Tklin PTT1Q I 'DTTPPTT7C I ^ s* ^Vji JdUuuIJIo! JdUuuijIo! ^M^^j^^^^S^^^^^TTS TMPORTED BUGGIES of the NEWEST and J&MSBKB$3^^1&?m§^i FIRST PRIZE BATHURST MANUFACTURED -7^^^^^^^^^^^S^hA^y BUGGIES, which for DURABILITY, COMFORT, LJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^rrJT and STYLE, CANNOT BE EXCELLED. N.B.— Repairs to Buggies neatly & expeditiously done. ^|^B|| Horse Shoer !...

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