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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 June 1890

MAND-m-*MANli MUTUAL PERMANENT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SflGIEH Board of Management: W. FRASER MARTIN, Esq., President I Captain 'j. VINE HALL , CH AS. DAVIS, Esq., Vice- President | J. C. LOW, Esq H. P. TIDSWELL, Esq. ?:,.-;-. |S*Mr. J. C. Low was the Contractor for the Erection of the Bathurst Gaol. Local Board of Advice, Balmain : : / S. H. HYAM, Esq., J.P. ; J. P.. FRANKI, Esq., J.P., Mort's Dock Engineering Works. SHARES— £20 each, paid in rail, or One Shilling per Share pel? fortnight ; Entrance Fee, Is per Share ; Pass Book and Rules, Is 6d. CONTRIBUTING SHARES Interest 7 per cent and bonus. Subscriptions accumulate, with compound interest. PAID-UP-SHARES— Interest 7 per cent, (paid half-yearly), and bonus. ; E»roflLtis Ascertained. ''STocwrly* r Security Inferior to None; the whole of the Funds being invested or advanced on Real Property, offering in the opinion of the Board, a Wide Margin. ' Value of the Shares Realisable at Short Notice. FACILITY FOR COUNTRY REMITTANCE. Sub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 June 1890

The Bath urst Post 18 published on the 15th of. every month, and having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING M%-IUMi TUEMS OF ADVEBTISIN& : 8. d For the first inch of space, or part thereof .. .......... 2 0 „ ' each, succeeding inch, or part thereof ............ 1 0 Advertisements ordered for speolal positions will be charged & tinder :?— For the 1st inch, or part thereof ? , ? .., ? 3 0 n each 8acceeding inch, or part thereof ............ 1 6 %* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in tbree consecutive issues, if paid for Within one month of last insertion. , Jflu gjatlutrisi §Mt SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1890.

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Frightful Inhumanity. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 June 1890

Frightful Inhumanity. A telegram from Parramatta, dated Monday last, says : — An investigation was conducted at Parra matta this morning at which some terrible disclosures were made by a girl, eight years of age, who was adopted in February last by a Mrs. Splain at Kelly ville. The girl states that on Wednesday she ate a piece of cheese from the table, when Mrs. Splain, in attempting to strike her, brought a hot flat iron she was using in cantact with her face. The child ran away, but was pursued by the woman, who, on catching her, burnt her cheeks, nose, chin and arms in a terrible manner by means of the iron. She then rubbed kerosene on the burns, and sitting1 down by the fire compelled the child to rub her (S plain's) legs, which had something the matter with them. The pain was so intense that the child ran away and sought shelter in a neghbour's house till night, when sne was discovered and brought back to her home. A report was made to Mrs. Hugh Taylor and Inspector Latimer, an...

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Band of Hope Meeting at Eglinton. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 June 1890

Band of Hope Meeting at Eglinton. (from a contemporary.) On. Monday night a Band of Hope meeting was held in the church. Notwithstanding the darkness and the mud, a large number attended. The Rev. E. Price occupied the chair. The meeting was opened with singing and prayer. A number of capital temperance pieces were cleverly recited by boys.a';?,d girls. Mr. C. Marshall sang ' There is a good ti. -\ coming,' and recited ' Clear the Line.' In the course of the meeting the Chairman, remarking upon the horrible results of drinking, asked if it were wise and right to perpetuate so much sorrow and sin for the sake of an article which, to put it mildly, could be dispensed with ? It was folly, now, for any man to say intoxicants were necessary for life or for work. Millions all over the world were doing without them, and doing well. He urged on all present to abstain, and thus avoid personal peril, and help to swell the tide of in£ueii^ r/iiich should sweep avr&y the curse. Mr. Stoc...

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Mr. Crick Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 June 1890

Mr. Crick Again. Under the above heading the Evening News has the following : — On the opening of the summons division of the Water Police Court this morning, when the case in which Inspector Potter was to prosecute Robert Webb for a breach of the Betting Houses Act was called on, Senior -constable Draper applied for a further postponement, on the ground that Mr. Wallace, who Was to have appeared for the prosecution, had made arrangements with Mr. Crick, who was to have appeared for the defendant, that such postponement was desirable. Mr. Benjamin Lee, S.M., then stated that it had been intimated to him that a solicitor (Mr. Crick) had stated publicly in the summons court that he would not appear before him in any case again. He ( Mr. Lee) now wished to know if that was the object of the present application ? Mr. Herbert, solicitor, on behalf of Mr. Oick, said he knew nothing about any such arrangement, whereupon Mr. Lee said he would postpone the case for three weeks, when he will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 June 1890

AT THE SHILLING GIFT DEPOT GEORGE STREET, W. R. SMITH Has a larger variety than ever in FANCY GOODS of all descriptions. GLASS & CHINA VASES, ORNAMENTS, &o., of all kinds. NOVELTIES, GAMES, &c, IN VARIETY. Books, & Stationery, a Good Assortment. TOBACCOES, CIGARS, AND ALL SMOKERS' REQUISITES. Ne^?sr Goods Every Mail. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! WE have now on hand in this department one of the best and most varied stocks it has i»een our lot to submit for the inspection of our patrons, and intending purchasers will do \re\\ to call and inspect the Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats, &c, where our well known value and moderate prices, combined with a liberal discount for cash, is a further inducement to command your favours. Come at once and see our Men's Tweed Sac Suits, dark checks, at 18/6 Men's Scotch Tweed Sac Suits, fashionable colours, 27/6 ' -»». »» »» » » » .. 31/6 lfetfs-m^Wdbl Geelong Tweed Pac Suits, 45/6, 48/6, &c. Men's ...

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

A magisterial friend tells a good story^as reflecting 1 the hardjames. ? A few days ago a poor woman'; was before I him^forjioi^pjiyjugj^ I rates ?' said, the magistrate ; i ' Wb^rToiTikeep ia~Bhop!' I 'Yes, sir,' the woman replied, ' but ~^the~shop does ^not keep|me.' Well-Wishers.— Thirsty travellers. At a little dinnerparty the husband, while carving a fowl, let a wing fall on the floor, 'Do be quick,' his wife cried, ' or Ponto'U get it. He's just run under the table after it!' I 'All right my dear,' said the husband, with great I presence of mind; 'I've put my foot on it!' I He rescued it triumphantly, but the lady to whom I he offered it said she peferred the leg of the fowl. I tlPrinted for thej Proprietors by^GLYKDWRSWHALANjRat; biB_ 1 ? ncj?,A3General_ Printing 'Works, next |the Mutual {life Assurance 1 Society's Buildings, keppel-street,*Bathuret. ~~~ 1

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HOW A WOMAN BECAME FAMOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

HOW A WOMAN 3ECAME FAMOUS. A group of girls stood at the stage door of the Grand Opera House in Vienna, talking or exchang ing word? with the employees who passed in, keeping the while a sharp look-out for the manager. One of these chorus singers,a young and beautiful Italian girl, standing just within the extreme entrance, with her mantle wrapped about her throat, suddenly remarked : ' We must do out best to-night, for the Emperor is coming. ' Is he ? How do you know ? Who told you, Anna Carolla ?' ' One of the band,*' answered Anna Carolla, quietly. ' Carl Rosenfeldt. There he comes with his violin.' With some others of the opera band there ap proached a tall, handsome Hungarian, who paused to answer the girls' eager inquiry : ' Had he said the Emperor was coming ?' ' Yes ; the Imperial Guards have just passed hy to take up their place at the grand entrance. The house will be crowded.' Then passing inside he stooped to whisper to Anna Carolla, with a smile in his deep blue eyes : ...

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

EXCELSIOR PRINTING WORKS, BOOK, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS DEPOT, XS:ex-x-el Street, Ba/fclxxxrst. ^^^ -^^ s*^0''' ' ^v Q Qt ^^'^^5fi*^ ^ ^v *^ AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED, GTTE7HALAN tenders his best thanks for the liberal patronage extended to him since the establishment of his ? T f business in Howick-street — nearly ten years ago, — and begs to intimate that he has Removed to Larger and more Convenient Premises in Keppel Street, nearly opposite Messrs. Hudson & Co.'s Timber Yard, where he hopes for a continuance of all his old customers' favours and to secure an extension of trade | GENERAL JOB PRINTING [^ will still be the leading branch of the business ; and, as usual, excellence of quality will be the distinguishing fea ture and, whilst no attempt is made to do merely cheap work, the prices will be found in all cases most reasonable. ? - «»?» - ? 1 THE BOOK, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT | will be found well-assorted, and no ...

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

KM & ASHMAN, GEORGE STREET. Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Gasfitters. ASH PANS & STOVE PIPES made to order. Every description of GALVANIZING GUTTER RIDGING, and DOWN PIPES, kept in stock, at liberal discount to storekeepers. OVER A CENTURY OF PUBLIC FAVOUR Established. ''Jilbfflii 1 783- I. ETOTSy _and Co. DERBT, ^^E^KSI^ ENG. Manufacturers of the well-known Boar's Head CROQEEBT TFLEEHigT, Are now Selling in this Market 200 yds. Patent Glace Sewing Thread 400 yds. Six Cord Machine Cotton. Also, White .Crochet Balls, & Colored Maltese Thread in Balls. ASK YOUR DRAPER FOR SAMPLES. WHEN BUYING NEEDLES SEE THAT THEY ARE PERKS AND SONS', ATENTLY WRAPPED ACKETS EGG-EYED SHARPS MBDY, FLEMING. & IQLLISON, (LATE WITH COBB & CO,), COACH, WsMfT^ CARRIAGE, AndBUGGY^^^BUILDERS, Keppel Street, Bathurst, Opposite Dr. Spencer's. CAMERON BROTHERS & CO., VIRGINIA TOBACCO FACTORY, COOPER STREET, NEAR ELIZABETH STREET, SURRY HILLS, SYDNEY. MANUFACTURE the followin...

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

HARROWS. EWBBB & CO bold a large variety of Harrows The ? assortment consists of Howard's Zig Zag and Sim plex, Ladow's Six- Harrows, Acme Clod Crushers and ralyeriserfl. Intending purchasers should send for il lustrated price liBt before purchasing elsewhere. Howard's Chilled Digging Ploughs These are the strongest and best ploughs made, and are rapidly coming into favour They will plough much deeper than the ordinary style, and will cut furrows from 10 to 14 inches wide, turning the earth clean, over, and at the same time shattering it. They are fitted with diamond chill breasts, reversible shin pieces, and loose-point shares. The reversible ' shin piece ' on front cutting edge acts in place of an ordinary coulter, and when worn can be re versed so as to present a fresh cutting edge to the work. This reversible shin piece does away with the ordinary coulters, and so saves laying. The shares are self-sharpening, and when the under side of the reversible double-chilled point...

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

Mu 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 Hani, Horse, or Steam Power. Customers can be supplied with full detailed list on application. Bentall's C S A, OSB, CDZ, CXC, ODD, CDV, CMC, C E E, C D D, C E D, and C E H, Chaff Cutters. HUNT & TAWELL'S PONY GEAR, with §, intermediate on same frame. Pony Gear with I* separate intermediate motion. One, and two F Horse Gears, with seperate intermediate motion. ''1 fSnH\t ?J=' ? ? :—— jgff/ Cr ? '*- --^-j— '-' ' ' ' ~fi'fr ^3 CLOTHING !_CL0THM ! IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. WHY perish in the cold, when you Can buy an all wool Overcoat, with detachable cape, at 28/6. Make no mistake £1 8s 6d is the price, at the Western Warehouse, for an Overcoat, worth 37/6. As stocktaking comes around so do the bargains for our customers, and we have one of the best assorted stocks in this department now, ever shown to the publi...

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The Unemployed in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

The Unemployed in Melbourne. (From & M. Herald. 9th inst.) A meeting of the unemployed was held yesterday, Some of the speakers talked wildly about muskets and dynamite, and about making violent demonstra tions to force the Government to do something for their relief. They, however, dispersed without giving trouble. I About 500 of the unemployed -met in Latrobe street this morning. One speaker recommended a mass meeting or the unemployed on Saturday after noon, and that a number of influential men be asked to attend. He advised the leaders to moderate their language, as only by doing so could they hope to succeed in winning the sympathy of the public. Rosa, one of the agitators, spoke in favour of creating a panic among the rich. If the men were moderate they would never attract attention. If any had lost all hope, and was determined to take his own life, he recommended him to he revenged on those who made his existence miserable by taking the life of another man at the same...

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Queen Philippa & the Six Men of Calais. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

Queen Philippa & the Six Men of Calais. Br Miss O'JIAKLaM'. .Dvm,w- By the glint of the spoars m the angry sun Death knows that his foast hath not begun, And he watches the too bright steel. And hungrily hovers round Edward's camp, Till every Made shall be quenched and damp With impressing his own red seal. Nor long shall be wait, for the King hath spoke — ' No terms I'll grant, till beneath my yoke The town of Calais shall bend irs neck ; I'll list no petition and hear no prayer The rebels to save or their town to spare : Go, take them this message back. ' We'll have revenge, nor will be withstood ; These Frenchmen have lost in money and blood Much more than their town will yield.' Thus Edward spoke, and his knights replied — ' By the souls of the bra\-e who fought and died For your banner on many a field — ' Bethink, these men who nor yield nor flee, Are as-true to their King as \\-e to thee ; Must dishonour on these be laid ? May thy greatness to show t.ht-m mercy please,...

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

h WEBB & 00. S GROCERY LIST FOR NET CASH, Subject to fluctuations of the Markets. s. d. ANCHOVY PASTE. C. and B ? 1 0 per iar ALMONDS, soft shell ? ; ? 0 10 ner lb ALMONDS. Jordan T ? 2 5 BAKING POWDER ? .'...*' 0 4* per tin BARLEY, Pearl ? 0 3* per lb BISCUITS, Arnott's Mixed ? 0 8 „ ., Arnott's Arrowroot ? 0 8 ' Water ? o UK .'. BORAX ? i 0~ perih COCOA, Fry's ? i 6 J,er]b- „ Van Houtcii'8 ? 1 2 per tin ami Milk ? ... l 5 CANDLES, Sperms, Colonial ? 0 6 perlb., ,. Brilliants . ? 0 6k CANDIED PEEL, Lemon ? 0 iof ' CORN FLOUR ? 0 5! ' ESSENCKS ? '...'...' 0 5.f per'bottle FOOD, Faranaceous ? 1 q' p,^ tin EK?TTp'f: ? * ? ° 9«-Pe'r^x JLOUR, from ? 17 6 ptH. %? GINGER, ground and whole ? 0 11 ner lb~ LINEN GLOSS ? 0 2*jj'rnack'L lollies, Boii,d ? :.:;::.;:..;:... o ?,«££. ,, Conversation. ... .....V....;. 0 & „ ,, London Mixtures. Best ? 14 MACARONI ? 0 9 MTLK, Dairymaid ? 0 8'' OIL, KKROS., AMER.. 130° '.'.'.'''.''.'.' S 0 per tin 135* ? 8 9,, 150° ? 8 11 PEPPER, Black...

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Annual Stud Sheep Sales. SALE OF IMPORTED GERMAN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

Annual Stud Sheep Sales. (From & M. Herald, 8th July.) SALE OF IMPORTED GERMAN SHEEP. The first of the series of annual ram sales was held at the Exchange Sale Room on Friday, the sheep having been under inspection during the early part of the. week at the quarantine ground, Bradley's Head. The auctioneer was Mr. Winchcombe, of the firm of Winchcombe, Carson, and Co., acting under instructions from Mr. Henry Austin, in whose hands the sheep were placed for disposal. In his opening remarks the auctioneer called attention to the absolute purity of blood in the sheep under offer, an authentic pedigree certificate accompanying each ram, showing his descent from the original Spanish flock of the King of Saxony, the history of which dates back to the year 1765. The sheep submitted were from the flocks of Mr. Otto Steiger, of Leutewitz, Saxony, and Mr. Robert Charles Gadegast, of Thal-Oschatz, Saxony ; both of whom, while aiming at different ideals, had preserved the absolute purit...

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

We learn that Mr. White, of Haviiah, sold some Kims at splendid prices at the sales held on the 7th instant, in Sydney. One fell to a bid of 280 guineas, another 170, and a third 150. This is a flock that has been hell in high esteem by many practical sheepmen for years past, but it is only recently that he has obtained long prices in Sydney. Some two years since Mr. S. Robinson secured 1,000 crack ewes of this blood for the executors late T. G. Webb, and some good rams were also bought, costing 50 guineas a piece, and the improvement in the quality of the Springfield flock has thereby been very marked. We have pleasure in mentioning the fact that tile Hon. GK Lee has just secured some fine ewes from the lots offered in Sydney the other week. We spent a very pleasant evening at the Odd fellows* Hall a few evenings since, on tho occasion of the distribution of prizes of the Girls' High School. During the past twelve months the number of scholars has almost doubled, and every thing se...

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

MAM D-I JM «M A. JNL D MUTUAL PERMANENT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. — ? ?? =Bceoooceecm- ??? ? , Board of Management : W. FRASER MARTIN, Esq., President I Captain J. VINE HALL CHAS. DAVIS, Esq., Vice- President | J. C. LOW, Esq H. P. TIDSWELL, Esq. ^s'Mr. J. C. Low was the Contractor for the Erection of the Bathurst Gaol. Local Board of Advice, Balmain : S. H. HYAM, Esq., J.P. ; J. P. FRANKI, Esq., J.P., Mort's Dock Engineering Works. SHARES— £20 each, paid in full, or One Shilling per Share per fortnight ; Entrance Fee, Is per Share ; Pass Book and Rules, Is 6d. CONTRIBUTING SHARES Interest 7 per cent and bonus. Subscriptions accumulate, with oompound interest. PAID-UP-SHARES— Interest 7 per csnt. (paid half-yearly), and bonus. Profits Ascertained Yearly^ I Security Inferior to None ; the whole of the Funds being invested or advanced on Real Property, offering in the opinion of the Board, a Wide Margin. Value of the Stiares Realisable at Short Notice. FACILITY FOR COUNTRY REMI...

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An Interesting Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

An Interesting Letter. Thk Mayor of Goulburn (reports the Herald) has received from Mr. James McLean, of Victoria, a communication on the subject of tree-planting. After giving1 from various authorities instances of the ill-effects which have been known from the reck less destruction of forests in various parts of the world, and the benefits derived from renlantinor rKs :ricts which have been denuded of trees, Mr. McLean joncludes : — ' Were the reserves adjacent to and within your nagnificent city liberally clothed with our health inspiring eucalypti, as also the main streets within pour city, you would unquestionably ere long be hand somely repaid for the expense and trouble any such beneficent work would entail. I would respectfully 3Uggest that the eucalyptus globulus, eucalyptus Eosifolia, and pinus insignis be planted alternately about 15ft. apart in centres of main streets ; that the plants be placed in position and within suitable guard frames by the local authorities ; that...

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

JAYE AND FREEMAN, AGENTS FOR NEW SAFETY BICYCLES ARE SUPPLYING NEW EAPID SAFETY BICYCLES, No. 1, at ? £22 0 0 „ „ „ „ No 2, at ? ... 18 O 0 RTJDGE „ ., „ No.l,at ? ... ' ... 21 0 0 *, No. 3, at ? 17 0 0 SPECIAL STAR ., „ No. 2, at ? 16 10 0 » « „ „ No. 3, at ? 13 0 0 Delivered Free inBathurst for Cash. TIME PAYMENT IK REQUIRED. ROLLER SKATES, 10s. 6d., 17s. 6d., 21s, per, Pair. SKATE FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS KEPT IN STOCK. SKATES CLEANED AND REPAIRED. ? »..,.. . ., ASH PANS made to order; Competent Mechanic sent to Measure. STOVE PIPES made and fixed. Only One Address: KEPPEL- ST., BATHURST. ^^ ^ NsJK bUuiiIjIo ! * jjUuulJto! ^^S^^S^^^^^^^^^JT\ TMP0RTED BUGGIES of the NEWEST and JfW^^^^^^^^M^^^^') FIRST PRIZE BATHURST MANUFACTURED ^LSSKtBKmSSBSSS^Q^y BUGGIES, which for DURABILITY, COMFORT, i— ^^^^^^^-—^^^^^^=^7 and STYLE, CANNOT BE EXCELLED. I.B. — Repairs to Buggies neatly k expsditiously done. jdHBtak Horse Shoer! first prize shoers ^ijSjjHgl \-£^ CANNOT BE BEATEN ^-fei^^^&t-...

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