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

WEBB'S FOR NEW& CHOICE COOPS WEBB'S ARE NOW OPENING OUT Tl|iir SPRING SHIPMENTS, Which have COME DIRECT FROM ? THE MAKERS. NEW AND FRESH GOODS — AT — LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES 1 No Intermediate Profits! BUYERS GET FULL BENEFIT OF ALL SAVINGS BY DEALING AT WEBB'S! ONLY TRY THEM ? FOR CLOTHING 1 ONLY TRY THEM ? FOR DRESSES 1 ONLY TRY THEM ? FOR CALICO ! ONLY TRY THEM ? FOR BOOTS ! ONTY TRY THEM ? FOR GROCERY 1 ONLY TRY THEM ? FOR IRONMONGERY ! WEBB'S, At GEORGE STREET. CASH BRANCH STORE AT KEPPEL STREET. Guns! Guns! ! Guns ! ! SEE our Two Guinea Double-barrel Breach Loaders. 12-bore. E. WEBB & CO. RY & SON'S COCOA is the best FRY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverage FRY & SON'S ROCK COCOA. : FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. FRY &...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

Briggs : ' So James got three months. Well, he ought I to have known better. Some men never will learn any- I thing.' Braggs : ' What did he do ? ' I Briggs : ' Talked back to a policeman.' I Husband : ' Dr. Foote, the chiropodist, will dine with I us to-day.' I Wife : 'All right ; I'll order corned beef.' I Some Special Uses of the ' Sunlight Soap.'— I Used in the Dairy it will keep churns, cheese vats, and I milk pans beautifully bright and clean.-— Used in the Sioi I Room it acts as a Disinfectant. — Used in the Stable it will I keep manes and tails clean and silky, and heal sores and I scratches. — Use it for taking out grease spots, and for keep* I ing linoleums clean and bright.— use it everywhere where I soap can be used and it will always give satisfaction.— K I you prefer to boil the clothes, remember this soap will give I better results than any other ; boiling, however, is unne- I cessary.— -Use ' Sunlight Soap' and your clothes will wear I much longer. — Use it for the b...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BEING HARD UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ? *+» ? ON BEING HARD UP. It is s most remarkable thing. I sat down with the full intention of writing something clever and original ; but for the life of me I can't think of of anything clever and original — at least, not at this moment. The only thing I can think about now is being hard up. I suppose having my hands in my pockets made me think about this. I always do sit with my hands in my pockets, except when I am in the company of my sisters, my cousins, or my auntB ; and they kick up such a shindy — I should say ex postulate so eloquently on the subject — that I have to give in and take them out — my hands I mean. The chorus to their objections is that it is not gentlemanly. I am hanged if I can see why. I could understand its not being considered gentle manly to put your hands in other people's pockets (especially by the other people), but how, O ye sticklers for what looks this and what looks that, can putting his hands in his own pockets...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

THAT ABE A Credit to Bathurst, AND A PLEASURE TO LOOK AT, ABE TO BE SEEN AtE.WEBB&CO.'S Plain Pongee Silk, in all the latest shades, only 1/11 Floral „ „ newest designs, 2/6 to 3/6 Coloured Faiil-§ Francaesis, newest shades, 4/9 Black „ „ 4/11,6/6,8/11 Coloured Merveilleux, latest shades, 5/ Black „ 1/11, 3/6. 4/6, 5/6 up Black Surales, very suitable for summer dresses, 3/6, 4/6 Black Brocades (new), 4/11, 6/6, 7/6, 9/11 Mantles! Mantles!! Mantles!! Silk Mantles, in great variety, 25/6 up Lace Mantles will be all the rage this summer, and we have a splendid assortment, 25/6, 28/6, 30/6, 36'6, 40/6 45/6 up SUMMER TWEED JACKETS, To be worn with the new skirts are well cut, and perfect fitting. Prices, 10/6, 12/6, 16/6, 18/6 up. E. WEBB & CO. Woollens. Woollens. Woollens. E. WEBB & CO., HAVING now 'opened up their Spring Goods in the Woollens, which are the choicest and most varied assortment ever displayed in the Western District, in West of England Tweeds, Wor...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

USEFUL RECIPES. Chloride of lime,' when used as a disinfectant about the rooms of a house, should be dis solved in water — one pound to three gallons of water. Sprinkle on the floor, or bedclothes, as it will not discolour. It is said that an orange eaten every morning before breakfast will destroy the desire for strong drinks. Sulphur in water is an incalculable benefit to fowls. Shavings, sprinkled with weak carbolic acid, wiil make a nest free from vermin. A coat of oil of bay applied to walls of a room will, it is said, rid it entirely and perma nently of flies. A small bag of sulphur kept in a drawer or closet that is infested with red ants will quickly disperse them. A safeguard against much prevalent summer illness lies in the free use of lemon juice. Citric acid .helps to supply the place of the fluids which are usually dissipated through the pores of the skin in hot weather. Eat plenty of lemons, and you can stand the heat infinitely better than those who do not make use of...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

The recent rains have told on some of the stock in this district. Notwithstanding the enormous quantity of grass about generally, we were surprised to notice that the cattle in the Sale Yards on Thursday were in low condition. To find the sheep in low condition was not so much a matter of surprise, because these ani mals do not thrive on long coarse grass ; fair seasons, or moderately dry ones, agree best with them. Possibly the cattle came from some very cold districts, and this may account for their low condition. ,We learn that mixed ages of ewes, with early lambs at foot, realised 9/7 per head; well-woolied wethers 11/-, and that the sale was a great success. Whilst the majority of artists oharge five guineas to authenticate a work, Sir John Millias charges nothing, and if it proves to be from his brush gladly gives a letter say ing so. It is stated that Sir John's services are so ninch in demand now for portrait-painting that it practically be comes a matter of negotiation. The...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

Latest Fashions —IN ? DRESSES E. WEBB im, Bathurst. FASHION has done her very best to please the most fastidious this season, and most charming are the new c61oured spot Costumes, Armures, Cheviots, Flakes, Knickers, Lustres, Feather-weight Tweeds, new Brocade Costumes in mignionette-green, Strawberry. Heliotrophe, &c, not to speak of Figured de Laines, with their soft, delicate designs, looking as if painted by hand. The prettiest are sprigged with medium pattern, and the ground tone is cream, white, yellowish green, China blue, strawberry and primrose. Dresses and tea gowns of this material are extremely fashionable for young ladies. Dress Skirts with steels put in at the back have dis appeared entirely, and jupes fitting almost tight to the body are the order of the day, even the small cushion is laid aside, except, by elderly ladies who cannot accustom themselves to the newest modes. The full drnping in front of slurts has gone out, and they are being made extremely plai...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

T. BENNETT'S — IS THE ? CHEAPEST FURNITURE BAZAAR ? IN THE ? WESTERN_J-ISTMICT. ^jgw TJ A VING the Largest Premises for Furniture, he is enabled to keep a much larger and g^^\ ?*?*- more varied Stock of JK «* NEW & SECONDHAND GOODS J^my than any other house out of Sydney. Vkj6is0 Having lately bought direct from the Home Markets, he is in a position to supply the ^^/^S^the public at GREATLY REDUCED RATES, Either for Cash or Time-payment. 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. NOTE THB ADDRESS— T. BENNETT'S GREAT WESTERN FURNITURE BAZAAR, BENTINCK AND RUSSELL STREETS, BATHURST. E. WEBB AND CO, GENERAL IMPORTERS, Wholesale & Retail GROCERS, TEA MERCHANTS, AND AGENTS, DESIRE TO DRAW PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THEIR iVARIED, CHOICE, & WELL-ASSORTED STOCK —OF ? ill Household Commodities. THE GENERAL PUBLIC, WHO are always quick to find out where they can obt...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

SPRINQ— 1890 — SPRING. BEG to call the attention of their customers to the latest NOVELTIES opened for the COMING SEASON. In the Fancy Department will he found some Very Choice and Pretty Goods, new and very unique. LACES. RIBBONS. PARACHUTES. Guipure, 7|d yard Gauze, 7|d yard Cotton, l/4£ each Torchon, Id yard Silks, 6^d yard Levantine, 2/6 each Valenceinnes, Id yard Satin & Faille, 13 Jd yard Silk, 4/6 each Oriental, 3d yard Reversible Satin, 6d yard Frilled, 6/9 each . ? i ? - We have in this Shipment opened a big lot of Embroideries- They commence in price as low as 1 Jd per yard up to 3/6, with Insertions to match. The increasing demand for these Goods is a sure proof of their popularity, and we always make it a study to procure the newest and choicest Goods. Our purchases having been made direct from the Manufacturers mean no intermediate profits. Please pay a visit early, and become your own judges. E. WEBB & CO., Western Warehouse. I n 3 Ji il VilHKfflffl'fnl...

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

We have had oar share of floods. A cablegram from London of the 8th instant says, ' The losses caused by the disastrous floods in Austria amount to £4,000,000.' We suppose a drought is in store for Austria now. The Herald informs us that Mr. Champion, the English socialist and labour advocate, who was a colleague of Mr. John Burns on the committee of the London dock strikers, is now in Melbourne, and has had the opportunity of making ' himself thoroughly acquainted with all of the con ditions out of which the strike arose, and those under which it is being carried on. Mr. Champion writes to the Melbourne Age of the 6th instant, asking the trade-unionists of Australia to agree with him on the following principles :— 1. ' That no trade-unionist should clain the right to dictate to an employer whom he shall employ. 2. That no trade-unionist should claim the right to demand that an employer, before taking on a man, shall ask him if he belongs to the union or not. 3. That a non-unionist ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

A. W. AVERT (LATE BUTTERWORTH), PREMIER DRUG STORE, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, COUSULTING CHEMIST. ADVICE GRATIS. SURGICAL DENTIST TEETH PAINLESSLY EXTRACTED. FOB SALE, FASHIONABLE PHAETONS, VILLAGE CARTS, BUGGIES, & SPRING VANS. Inspect before going elsewhere. Very Lowest Prices for Cash. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. AT THE BENTINCK-ST. COACH FACTORY. W. P1TTENDRIGH. JOHN WEAL (Late of Hunter's City Boot Palace) HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS WILLIAM STREET, NEXT DUKE'S HOTEL. VARIED ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS AND SHOES IN STOCK LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS & SHOES Of Every Description, : Made-to Order. W. I HUDSON & GO TIMBER YARD — AOT- ? STEAM J OINERY WORKS, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. A large Assortment of all COLONIAL & IMPORTED TIMBERS Always on hand, as well as Turnery, Ladders, Spokes, Naves, Doors, Sashes, & Builders' Ironmongery. AGENTS FOB CLYDE MACHINERY. CHAFF-CUTTERS & HORSE-WORKS, All prices to suit purchasers. BUCKEYE BINDERS &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 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 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 *4* 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. tflu Bailuuiit jjost r Ti .' ? '. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890.

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

Western Warehouse. MONSTER SALE BOOTS ft^SHOES! HAVING gone thoroughly through the Stock in our Boot Department, we have placed aside, for our Monster Boot Sale, a large quantity of Ladies', Gents', Children's, and Infants' Boots and Shoes, which we purpose clearing at about half the original prices. Many of the lines hare been so marked preparatory to great Sale, and will be, during the interiam, sold at the reduced prices. It is our intention to reduce the stock of this department by fully £2,000, and to do this, we will offer such induce ments to our patrons that must commend a speedy clearance Goods alreads marked at the reduced prices comprise, among others, the following lines : — Ladies' Lawn Tennis Shoes, reduced to 4/11 formerly 6/6 » »- 11 » -» tyll „ 6/9 » »» n »» » 6/6 „ 8/6 „ Evening Dress Shoes „ 1/11 „ 3/6 »» » -i » »- 3/9 „ 4/6 u j» t- 11 11 4/6 „ 0/ v „ Glace Button Boots „ 4/11 „ 12/6 » » » » » 9/6 „ 17/6 » » » » 11 4/ll » I8/6 „ ,, ,, 7/11 „ 16/6 8/6 „ 10/11 » » -...

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CAPITAL AND LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

CAPITAL AND LABOUR. In these days of strikes thinking men are brought face to face with a most troublesome question. We refer to that of capital and labour. We regret to find that there are men in Australia who hate capital and the capitalist as rank poison. They look upon rich men with a jealous eye, and they feel that it is unjust and unfair Tor them to enjoy those riches, which they say ought to be divided out amongst the masses, and thus make them happier. Some of these go so far as to say that the wealthy estates Bbould be confiscated, i.e., taken from these wealthy men and given to the people, the rightful owners. Those who argue on these lines have surely never looked into the question of our present land owners of this colony. If they did, they would find that 'the people' are the owners of the bulk of the territory, and they would also find that ' the people,' through their representatives, the Govern ment, employ less labour on their land than the -capitalists do. They for...

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

We have recently heard some interesting stories of the experience of a book canvasser. For the benefit of our readers we will try and relate a few of them. No. i. — Scene — A lawyer's office within one hundred miles of Orange. Lawyer, busy at table. Enter book canvasser, who says, f ' Good morning, sir, nice morning.' Lawyer: 'Yes.' Book Canvasser : ' I am collecting- — ' Lawyer.: ' You are a book agent ; clear out, my time is too valuable to waste over such matters. Book Canvasser : ' And what might your time be worth, sir ?' Lawyer : ' One guinea an hour.' Book Canvasser : ' Then there is tenand sixpence for just half of an hour.' With this remark, the money was placed on the desk. Report says that before that half-hour was up that book agent obtained an order for over £50 worth of books. No. 2. — Farmer, near Blayney, ploughing in the field. A book agent, delivering his works, was advised that he would get his head smashed when he went, to ? to deliver. Book Deliverer : ' 111 see...

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

THE METROPOLIS. [from oub own coebespondent.3 SYDNEY, 10th September, 1890. There is no question as to the location of the event of supremest importance in this month's calendar — The Strike. We are, however, I am glad to say, almost unconscious of the fact, as far as the main streets are concerned. Busy crowds throng the pathways and shops up town ; carriages roll around the blocks ; no half-starved, ill-clad men, bedraggled women, or barefooted children, haunt the busy scenes of Pitt, King, or George streets ; and a stranger ar riving by railway might well ask, ' Where is the struggle taking place ?' * # * # ♦ # I think I said, in my last, the unionists would do well to pause ere they entered in too light-hearted K& fashion upon what is probably one of the widest spread conflicts between capital and labour the world has ever seen — I mean as regards the trades in volved, certainly the most wonderfully organised and controlled struggle on the side of labour, and, give the m...

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

Art Muslins, New and Choice. Fancy Zephyrs, The Latest Designs. Washing Prints, The Largest Stock in the District. Oriental Curtains, In the Choicest Colourings. White Lace Curtains, In Endless Variety. White Embroidered Box Robes, In the Latest Styles. 0* All the above Goods are now on view and may be seen at E. WEBB $ QO/S WESTEi#%^EHOU8E, GEORGE STREET. E. WEBB & CO HAVE opened, and are now displaying, a matchless collection of Noveltiesiny ? ?: SPRING &; SUMMER DRESS MATERIALS. Immense variety in all the latest Shades, comprising : — New French Floral Delaines, New Petuna Cloth, new French Twills New Flakes, new French Rubes New Striped Lustres, new Cheviot Tweeds New Fife Check, New Figured Lustres, &c, &c. Nice Stuffs this this Season, Ladies! So many to choose from ! An invitation to all to COMB AND SEE ALL THESE NEW AND FASH IONABLE MATERIALS. E. WEBB & CO. E. WEBB & CO HAVE just received a fresh consignment of DOUBLE BARREL BR...

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Australian Men of Mark. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

Australian Men of Mark. On Wednesday, the 11th inst.,Bathurst was in a state of excitement seldom seen. It is said that oyer thr§e tons of books have been recently delivered. Some of the Saihurst people fttiij fi&ve been the victims of this extraordinary book — we hardly know what to call it — refused to take delivery. We learn that some of the books were thrown out into the streets and the police have,in some instances,taken possession of them. It strikes us as being a most extraordinary thing that those who signed the particulars of themselves almost to a man declare that they merely signed as guarantee of the correctness of their statements, and that on the documents they signed, no order or anything approaching to an order was 'visible. If this were the case, then the top part with the order on it must have been carefully concealed at the back. ITow, if this was done, we say emphatically that the signatures were obtained under false pretences. If one or two persons decla...

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SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1890

SL E E P. When we were but very little fellows, we well remember having an idea that it was a good plan to sleep with our heads towards the south. We knew that the world spun round from west to east, hence, we thought if we slept with our heads in either of those directions, that we would be standing on our heads at one time or other. Then we fancied that to sleep with our heads towards the north would attract all the magnetism in our bodies to our heads. Strange things these for boys t© worry about. We learn that others, from all parts of the world, have peculiar notions on the subject. A contemporary supples the following : — What people never sleep with tlieir heads to , the north, and why ? The Hindoos, who believe that to sleep with the head to the north will cause their days to be shortened. There is much superstition in Hindoo stan as to the point of the compass towards which the head should point when in bed ; to lie in the direction of the south being thought to be produc t...

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

[?] I 'IJIp^^^^^Pi^M lift Chaff Cutters & Horse Gears. It is a well known fact thai the finest assortment of CHAFF CUTTERS Are kept on hand by E. WEBB & CO., To work either by Han'l, Horse, or Steam Power. Customers can be supplied with full detailed list on application. Bentall's C S A, CSB, C D Z, C X C, C D D, C D V, 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 |seperate intermediate motion. One, and two Horse Gears, with seperate intermediate motion. WESTERN WAREHOUSE. TVfEW and attract! vf- display of Millinery just opened. X 1 See the superior taste ' displayed at Webb's, and compare with Sydney prices. LOVELY Trimmed Hats at 7/6 each, very becoming New Hats and Bonnets in endless variets to suit everybody. /'CORSETS in all the best and latest makes at Webb's QKIBTS, wonderful value, only 2/11 each at Webb's. LADIES Alpine Wool Vests from 2/6 each at Webb's ']VJ EW Tea G...

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