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Colonial Extravagance. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

Colonial Extravagance. We trust our readers will carefully study the fol lowing, via. : — 'Mr. Coghlan'e account (says the Herald 5th) of the consumption of meat in these colonies as compared with that of other countries only repeats what we have been told before ; but the question as to the influence of this distiDctive indulgence in animal food on the colonial type and the character of our people is none the less interesting on that account. Mr. Coghlan's selection of figures on the subject is striking. The annual consumption of meat per head by colonists was given the other day at 2761b., while that for the United States amounts to 1201b,, and for the United Kingdom 1051b. Mulhall's figures, from which this statement is taken, continue the comparison in the cases of other European countries. France is set down at 741b., Germany 691b., Russia 481b., Austria 641b., Italy 231b., Spain 491b., Belgium and Holland 691b., and Scandinavia 67ll-. Nothing can be plainer than the discrepanc...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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THE METROPOLIS. SYDNEY, 9th July, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

THE METROPOLIS. Tfrom our own correspondent.! SYDNEY, 9th July, 1890. There has been nothing in the record of the past month that could be called unduly exciting ; even the legislators could not raise anything more than a pugilistic encounter, and that in the caucus meeting of the Opposition, and not on the floor of the House, although there have been a few attempts to make capital of the absence of the Gr.O.M,, and bring discredit upon the manner in which the business of the country is being conducted. However, the suavity and Batire of Mr. McMillan, and the forcible and cynical utter ances of Mr. Bruce Smith, were more than a match for the onslaught of Messrs. Dibbs, O'Sullivan, Crick, and Co. Everybody will, I think, however, be heartily glad to see Sir Henry Parkes once more in his place, and the business of the Parliament carried forward, with more celerity and more dignity. * * * # # * The Public Works' proposals and the extensive opera tions of the Railway Commissioners shoul...

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

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 OF ADVERTISING : 8. 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 p each, succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 *«,* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in tbroo consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. Qftt Unburst fast TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1890.

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

A Recent Accident. — Our readers will be glad to learn that the young man, George Bringolf, whose hand was unfortunately seriously injured by being crushed in a printing machine, at Mr. Whalan's office, has so far recovered as to be able to return to work. Thanks to the skill and care of Drs. Edmunds and Henry, and also to the kind attention of the nurses at the hospital, what might   have been a very serious matter for the young man (it being thought by some that the hand would have to be amputated), has turned out better than anyone could have expected, and the lad has assisted in bringing out the present issue of the Bathurst Post. Sensational Prices for Sheep. — At the sheep sales, held in Sydney 'on Wednesday the 9th instant, Messrs. Brunker and Wolfe sold a ram, known as ' Hero Prince,' bred by Messrs. W., Gibson and son, of Tasmania, to Mr. W. H. W«tt, at the handsome price of 700 guineas. Th« average price of 18 rams sold for the same breeders was £161 per head....

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SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1890

SHEEP. Bathurst Sheep at the Mudgee Show. — Our readers will be pleased to hear that the Bathurst Sheep Breeders' Association won first prize in the class and championship of the show for best ewe. We learn that the victory was gained with one of the Vermont ewes that was purchased last season. It must be a great blow to the crack Mudgee breeders to ham their colours lowered with sheep fiom Bathurst. For many years Mudgee has been looked upon as a great place for Merinoes. It must be clear to the breeders there that other dis tricts are coming along, aud that unless they make further improvement, Mudgee may yet be left be hind. Bathurst Sheep nt the Intercolonial Sheep Show, held in Sydney, on July 4th and 5th. — It is with great pleasure that we record the splendid vic tory gained by our Bathurst sheepbreeders at the above show. For many years past Tasmania has held the sway among sheep men in Australia. Her breeders have come to our shores and secured from 16 to 26 thousand pounds...

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

OVER A CENTURY OF PUBLIC FAVOUR Established. ''^PMeiSll 1783. DERBY, 'SSHEJ^IiiS^ £ N G . Manufacturers of the well-known Boar's Head CROCECBT JrLEEXjS, 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 NEW WTLI.COX Ss GIBBS AUTOMATIC Latest CH^^^^a ^P1^ Inac^nfl Invention, and^3#% /M £ inth^rld producing Wtf\f \ff Automatic most JMtt K W Tension and Marveious B^AmA^ Stitch Results. ^PwRK35K» Indicates. Trade Mark la bue y/^LUX'fr °' ?T8r7 ntKhtne. SILENT SEWING MACHINE Send Postal Card for Illustrated Price list, &c. FOR SALE toy E. WEBB & CO., BATHURST E. WEBB AND GO, GENERAL IMPORTERS, Wholesale & Retail GROCERS, TEA MERCHANTS, AND AGENTS, DESIRE TO DRAW PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THEIR .VARIED, CHOICE, & WELL-A...

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ANNUAL SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1890

ANNUAL SHEEP SALES. (From, The Mail.) On the 15th instant Messrs. Alex. Wilson and Co. held a sale of pure 'Vermont merino sheep at the Exchange on account of two Vermont breeders, Messrs. R. D. Claak and E. D. Morrison. On behalf of Mr. Clark nine rams were sold for a total of £808 10s, or an averoge per head of £89 16s 9d, and two ewes realised £131 5s, or an average of £65 12s 6d. For Mr. Morrison, 52 rams were sold, at an average of £89 19s 2d per head, or a total of £4677 15s ; and 35 ewes realised £2147 5s, or an average of £61 7s per head. The total amount realised hf the sale was £7764 15s, the average of the 98 head being £79 4s 8d. There was a good attendance of buyers, but it is possible that if the sale had been at the quarantine ground, where the sheep are placed, prices would have - been higher. The Stock Department will not allow auction sales at the quarantine station. The highest prices of the day were 260 paid for a ram, and 150 for a ewe. At the Exchange, on the 1...

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

T. BENNETT'S ? 18 THB ? CHEAPEST FURNITURE BAZAAR ? IN THE ? WESTERN DISTRICT* ^(^ T T A VIST G the Largest Premises for Furniture, he is enabled to keep a much larger and f*7'\ ^~*- more Taried Stock of W NEW & SECONDHAND GOODS ^^BjEJ than any other house out of Sydney. J^CjHL^fy Having lately bought direct from the Home Markets, he is in a position to supply the ^V^^^^pthe public at GREATLY REDUCED:' RATES, Either for Cash or Time-payment. ™ '^^H^- ?' r mojzaq Remember that I strictly adhere to the one Trade, viz., FURNITURE, and my goods can be relied on as giving The Greatest Satisfaction to all Buyers. NOTES THE ADDRESS— T. BENNETT'S GREAT WESTERN FURNITURE BAZAAR, BENTINCK AND RUSSELL STREETS, BATHURST. ? -^^ /'^^/^^Jl BUGGIES! BUGGIES! f^j^^^^^^BH^K^TTX JMPORTED BUGGIES of the NEWEST and JfUl^^^K^^^n^^^^J FIRST PRIZE BATHUR$T MANUFACTURED jg^^W^B^SSiESFV^tfgV BUGGIES, which for DURABILITY, COMFORT, fi^^^WailLO' and STYLE, CANNOT BE, EXCELLED. N.B.-Repairs to Buggies n...

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

It is not generally known that Webb & Co. are the local agents for the P. and O. Steam Navigation Company. AH particulars as to rates and sailing dates of vessels may be had upon application to Webb & Co. Passage money paid and berths secured through the same source. All is Weil that Ends Well.— A couple of good-natured Frenchmen got into a quarel and challenged each other to fight. On the morning of the duel they and their seconds tramped through the woods to the fatal spot, when one of the duellists, the challenging party, tripped and fell. His second helped him to his feet. ' I hope you are not hurt ?' said the other duellist. ' I'm not much hurt ; I only bumped my nose on the ground.' « Does it bleed ?' « Yes, a little.' 'Heaven be praised! Blood flows, and my honour is vindicated. Give me your hand, old boy!' A Polite Thief.— Tranquilletti was it the act of 'removing' a gentlemen's watch-guard, when the owner quietly remarked : ' It is only pinch beck.' Whereupo...

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

M AN D-I W-M AIM Z- MUTUAL PERMANENT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. 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 Foe, 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 csnt. (paid half-yearly), and bonus. :E=»ro:fi'fcs -A.scertained Yestrty, 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 tlie Shares Realisable at Short Notice. FACILITY FOR COUNTRY REMITTANCE. Subscriptio...

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

FOR SALE, fashionable phaetons. village carts, boggies, & spring vans. Inspect before going elsewhere. Very Lowest Prices for Cash. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. AT THi: BERTIHCK-Sr._CO_ACH FACTORY. W. PITTENDR1GH. JOHN WEAL (Late of Hunter's City Boot Palace) HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS ? IN ? WILLIAM STREET, NEXT DUKE'S HOTEL. VARIED ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS AND SHOES IN STOCK LADIES' & CEHTlEWEfl'S BOOTS & SHOES Of Every Description, Made to Order. CLOTHING T ? CLOTHING ! 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 Gd 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 public. All-wool Trousers, 5/11, 7/11, 8/11. &c. Trousers and Vests, 8/1 1, 9/6, 10/6. &c. Men's Tweed Sac Suits, 18/6, special l...

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THE COMING SEASON'S FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1890

THE COMING SEASON'S FASHIONS We feel satisfied that ' fashion ' has at last thought of our Australian ladies, and she seems to have adopted the ' very thing ' for use and comfort for once in her life. It is to the nice shady straw hats profusely decorated with flowers, or feathers, as the purse and taste may dictate, that we desire to draw special attention to. In the - case of feathers being : used, thin white muslin and lace must be employed. Most of the new shapes, besides coming well to the ' front and shading the face, are slightly turned up at the side, which gives them a ' grace ' seldom seen in head-gear. All summer hats, and we think we might say, without exception, are chopped off sud denly at' the back, indicating that the hair must be done up in rolls, plaits, or pads, somewhere in the back regions. In years gone by the woman who had the most and longest hair was envied by all others. Under the present fashions, so long as she has enough to roll, plait, or twist up to co...

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INCREASING THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1890

INCREASING THE WEIGHTS. A short time since we had the pleasure of giving our readers some interesting facts concerning the increase of the weight on the Springfield flocks since Mr. S. Robinson undertook the classing of the sheep. The statbn-br»vi sheep cut about 5ilbs. when taken in hand. Last season the average was 71b. 3oz., and when it is known that a very large number of the sheep shorn were ewes rearing lambs, this must be considered good. A few of the sheep now on have just been shorn, and from the weights it is clear that further improve ments must soon be seen. 1 ram with 12 months' growth cut 26lbs. 1 ram with 12 months' growth cut 22lbs. 1 ram with 12 months' growth cut 18 Jibs. 1 ram with 10^ months' growth cut 13 Jibs. 1 shearling with 10A months' growth cut 14lbs. 1 shearling with 10| months' growth cut 121bs. 1 ewe with 12 months' growth cut 14lbs. 1 ewe with 12 months' growth cut 121bs. The rams that cut 18 J and 13} lbs. had served a large number of ewes on the plac...

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

CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, BATHURST, N.S.W., AUCTIONEERS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, VALUATORS. SALES OF FAT STOCK MONDAY & THURSDAYS, at the Corporation Sale Yards. STORE STOCK SALES - New Smithfietd 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. A. W. AVERT (LATE BUTTEBWORTH), PREMIER DRUG STORE, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, COUSULTING CHEMIST. ADVICE GRATIS. SURGICAL DENTIST TEETH PAINLESSLY EXTRACTED. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— The Discovery of Beer's New South Wales Ointment has supplied a long-felt need. It has proved itself to be one of the greatest, if not The Greatest, Remedy of the Nineteenth Century. It is no idle talk to say that this Oint ment has wrought marvels. In cases even when Medical Skill has failed, Beer's New South Wales Ointment has effected a cure. The Proprietor has received numerous Testimo monials (which can be seen on application,) speaki...

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

' Ah, love,' she murmured, as the wandered through the moonlight, ' ah, dearest, why do the summer roses fade ?' ! *! ' f ' ' He happened to be a young chemist of a practical turn of mind, and replied that it was owing to the insufficiency of oxygen in the atmosphere. ' The Yankee sculler, O'Connor, wants1 to tempt our crack oarsman to try a race in Yankee land.

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THE METROPOLIS. SYDNEY, 1st August, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1890

THE METROPOLIS. Pfrom our own correspondent.! SYDNEY', 1st August, 1890. The Parliamentary news of tbe past month has been fairly lively, and has of course been accentuated by the usual pugilistic encounter in the Opposition camp. In the House much more progress has been made, and the ease with which our public works and railway schemes have passed the Lower House, amounting to many millions of pounds sterling, has almost taken away the breath of those who dwell Upon the facts of the present time, and have not yet unbounded faith in Caleb Colton's aphorism that w the drafts which genius' (and I suppose our pre sent Ministry, from Sir Henry downwards, inwardly believe they may lay claim to that distinction) 'dawn upon posterity, although they may not always be honoured so soon as they are due, are sure to be paid with interest in the end.' I commend the quotation to all Colonial Treasurers as a suitable motto to their advertisements to the British public when floating their loans. Th...

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

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 OF ADVERTISING : s. d For the first inch 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. gUfctf letters* §nt FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890.

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1890

VARIETIES. A Cat's Revenge. — A favourite Tom was ac customed to dine at its master's elbow. One day guests banished Tom from the table. The master lay down for his usual nap on the couch, and Tom kept hi« gleaming eyes on him. Presently the servants were alarmed by groans, and rusiung into the room they found that the master was grievously wounded in the throat. The cat had taken furious revenge for the slight passed upon it at dinner, and the wounds had a fatal result. A Successful Dodge.— Flott, the volunteer, left the barracks without permission. As the young man is a general favourite, his corporal determined, if possible, to shield him from punishment. Accord ingly he wrapped a sweeping brush in a blanket and laid it in the volunteer's bed. The officer on duty, who is rather short-sighted, soon afterwards went ibe round of beds until he came to Flott's. ' Who lies here ? ' he asked the corporal. ' Volunteer Flott,'' was* the reply. 'Flott, eh ? The disorderly fellow is so inte...

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TURPENTINE & SALT-LICK FOR WORMS IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1890

TURPENTINE & SALT-LICK FOR WORMS IN SHEEP. The following circular letter has been received by Mr. S. Smith, Inspector of Stock for the Dis trict, and sent to us for publication : — Department of Mines, Stock Branch, Sydney, 11th June, 1890. Sir} ? It would seem, from communications re cently received from Mr. C. J. Valentine, Chief Inspector of Stock, Adelaide, and from some of our own owners, that this ' lick ' has been used with considerable benefit for stomach and intestinal worms in sheep: and as the Board appointed by the Minister for Mines and Agriculture to test the various specifics and drenches for these ailments, consider the turpentine and salt treatment a safe one, and likely to prove at least an effective pre ventive, he desires that it should be brought under notice in those portions of the colony where the sheep are 'affected with these worms. As, again, the turpentine and salt is given in the form of a ?« lick ' of which the sheep are fond, its use will put o...

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

1 IIT TO PO Ju nflPQP IiPQPQ _ HARROWS. EWBBB & CO hold a large rariety of Harrows. The ? assortment consists of Howard's Zig Zag and Sim plex, Ladow's Six- Harrows, Acme Clod Crushers an-1 Pulverisers. Intending purchasers should send for il lustrated price list 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 t...

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