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

Whenever you get mixed up in a large crowd, if you hear fellows shouting, and feel them crushing, you may be sure you are amongst the '-push.' Keep a sharp look-out, for that is the time your pockets are in danger. Bead confirmation of fchis : — A PICKPOCKET CAUGHT. On Friday afternoon a man named Henry Lawson was captured at the corner of Post Office^street. A large crowd had gathered at the corner where the barricades are erected, inspecting the destruction caused by the fire. Mr. Sharkey, of the Government Printing Office, was endeavouring to pass through the crowd when he felt a hand in his pocket, and, turning sharply round, caught a young fellow with two rolls of bank notes in his hand. A number of the pick pockets' confederates were around, and they hustled Mr. Sharkey about but he stuck to his man, and handed him.' over to Special-constable A. D. Butler, of the Water Police Court. Sergeant Walker afterwards took charge of the accused, and conveyed him to the Water Police Sta...

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

JOHN WEAL (Late of gunter's City Boot Palace) HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS ? IN ? WILLIAM STREET, NEXT DUKE'S HOTEL. VARIED ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS AND SHOES IN STOCK LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS & SHOES Of Every Description, MEadk to Ordkr. A. W. AVERT (LATE BUTTERWORTH), PREMIER DRUG STORE, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, COUSULTING CHEMIST, ADVICE GRATIS. SURGICAL DENTIST TEETH PAINLESSLY EXTRACTED., 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 Smithfield Sale Yards, Kelso, First WEDNESDAY every Month. SALES OF FARM & OTHER PRODUCE AS REQUIRED, at their SALE BOOMS, WILLIAM STREET. Clearing-out Sales as Required. TO THE LADIES. T ADIES, if you want Bargains, go to the Western 1 a Warehouse. There you will see a large assortment of ladies coloured Cotton Hose, from 4£d per pair; and Childrens coloured Cotton Hose, from 3d per pair ...

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

WADDELL BROS., WOOL BROKERS, SHIPPERS, MACHINE SCOURERS, FELLMONGERS, ETC., RAN KEN ST., BATHURST. THESE WORKS are now replete with one of the most extensive and latest improved set of Scouring Machines in Australia. , Wool received for Scouring in an}' quantity, which is turned out faultless — at j Beduced Price. 1 ft . - .Of. — WOOL SHIPPED TO LONDON AT LOWEST RATES. ; The Highest Cash Price given for Wool and Sheepskins in any quantity. The Best Portraits in Bathurst ! ; THE NEW PHOTOGRAPH ER, ? IMEX*. T. CIjXSiLVE, Photographer to Lord and Lady Carrington and the elite of Sydney, IS NOW AT RUBEN'S GEORGE-ST, STUDIO. CELiDlzxets iromDlBs. j&&c dozen. What the ' Sydney Morning Herald ' says : ' Lord and Lady Carrington visited Chavlemont Studio, where some excellent Portraits were taken. Mr. T. Cleare, whose artistic skill is so much admired in Sydney, had the honor pf photographing the Vice-Regal Party.' All Portraits taken with the Greatest Care, obtaining Most P...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE METROPOLIS. SYDNEY, 9th October, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

THE METROPOLIS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, 9th October, 1890. The strike has been eclipsed by the fire, to be known henceforth as The Great Fire of Sydney — until something greater surpasses it ; and for the space ot time it tooK to consume tne quantity ot goods, j and traverse the distance it did, it must truthfully be called unparalelled in Australia. Of course, the Garden Palace was a larger fire in many respects ; but that was merely a shell of a building, and of small commercial value comparatively with the fuel that fed this one. It will be satisfactory news to everyone that the Minister for Justice has given instructions for an inquest to be held upon the caufee of the fire, as far as sworn evidence can throw any light upon it. * ♦ # # # * Great regret is felt in the city that the Govern ment should decline to resume the now vacant lots for the widening of Moore-street, to practically I extend the new Post-office street, more especially I when, according to the bes...

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

In breeding poultry, farmers find that if they get their sire of a pure strain they breed what they want very rapidly. About three years ago one farmer wanted to get more eggs. He therefore used pure bred Houdan cocks, also Leghorn cocks — both non ? sitting breeds. He kept this up for two or three hatchings, and he now complains' that he gets too many eggs, and he cannot get the ' blessed ' hens to sit. We tell him the fault lies with himself, not with the hens. He must now secure a couple of pure-bred cocks of a sitting breed, and he will soon get the hens to sit. It is getting quite common to hear of coals being carried to Newcastle now-a-days. Those who have watched the newspapers have found that this is Literally true. Well, we have heard of the same' thing applying to poultry. For instance, some local fancier wants a pair of ducks to beat another local fancier ; he sends to Sydney to get them. He for gets that the local fancier he wants to beat puts all the Sydney fanciers thr...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

jnbh To Stand this Season, to/JbSl at bathurst, ^i^ii*^^^^ and travel the surrounding District, THE PIJEE-BRED EOADSTER STALLION, Imported from South Australia, SOUTHERN KING. Sire— BELLFOUNDER, bred by Mr. Boddle, Norman Vale, South Australia. SOUTHERN KING is a dark bay, with all dark points, five years old, standing 15 hands 3 inches high, and measuring 8| inches below the knee. He is a very fast trotter. Southern King obtained first prize in Orange at the Horse Parade of 1889, also first at Lynd hurst. Number One, Oarcoar, Mandurama, and Forest Reefs ; also, 18^0, Elrst prize at Orange, Lyndhurst, Blayney, and Wellington. He is considered by good judges to be the best stamp of Roadster Stallion this side of Sydney. Southern King is the winner of 25 first prizes. Sire, Bellfounder, who is now 19 years of age, and ii open to trot any stallion in South Australia. Bullfounder is by Fireaway (imp.) ; dam Jenny, the dam of Mr. Thomas Shepherd's famous mare Jess. BelLfounder has been s...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEY SAY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

THEY SAY COLUMN. That 1,000,000 cigarettes are smoked in London every day, and that Webb's sell cigars and cigarettes better in quality than any other house in town. That for ease and comfort you cannot beat suits turned out to order at Webb s. That a 12/- box of cigars from Webb's is several shillings below those of other houses, and the quality Al. That those who smoke should buy 'Yelma' cigars. That cigarettes—' Sweet Corporal ' and ' Old Judge ' are the favourites, and Webb's is the place to get them. That Webb's woolpacks are of a superior quality, being new and sound as bells. Price is very low this season — 2/1 by the bale. That Cooper's sheep dip is selling at Webb's. That you can't beat a woman ! A friend, with several sons, once said, ' You have five daughters. Have you never wished for a son ?' Mother : ' Often, even if he were only a son-in-law'

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 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 : a. 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 let 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. ? ? ' flu gathttrst §nt .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1890.

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

T/BEMETT'S — IB THE — CHEAPEST FURNITURE BAZAAR ? IN THE WBSTEMI^J)ISTMICT. ^Q^ Y 'I AVING the Largest Premises for Furniture, he is enabled to keep a much larger and W'' ' ^ JLjL more varied Stock of jN NEW & SECONDHAND GOODS JHBm than any other house out of Sydney. ^EjHL^y Having lately bought direct from the Home Markets, he is in a position to supply the '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 M giving iThe Greatest Satisfaction to all Buyers. . NOTE THE 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 VARIED, CHOICE, & WELL-ASSORTED STOCK —OF ? All tt(Ouset|old Commodities. THE GENERAL PUBLIC, WHO are always quick to find out where they can obtain the most for thei...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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The Czar of Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

The Czar of Russia. If you want to sleep lightly, become a Czar. If you want to live ' on the go,' become a Czar. If you want to secure cheap goods, go to Webb's. If you want news, read the Post, and never become a Czar. At present the Czar eschews all Russian newspapers; their paeans and their lamentations never reach his ears* Among the many departmentsof the Ministry of the Interior there is one (the London Telegraph says) called the ' De partment of his Majesty's Journal,' which is charged with preparing day by Jay a carefully worded risumi of some mild items of intelligence meant for the Emperor's eye. A techinovnik of the Censure rises from his bed in the grey of the early morning and hurries off to the department, where advance-sheets of the journal comes in damp from the press. These he reads over, marking with red pencil all the passages the interest of which is not marred by ihjudiciousness. There are certain events as well as numerous words and phases which a Russian Empe...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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CAPITAL AND LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

CAPITAL AND LABOUR. There are two sides to every question. We are well aware that 'labour' can w»s« to exist for a ttm-% ftnd that labour has «* great deal to do with capital. If the +''0 pull toother, K.jw South Wales must flourish, but whon they quarrel, she must puffer. Now, who is to pay the piper ? The capitalist must lose somethiig, that is true ; but surely the labourer loses also. Our country must feel the effect of the present strike for years. We commend the letter below to the careful attention of our readers : — (To tlie Editor of the Herald.) Sir,— There is one aspect of the strike which has not ap. parently been considered by the labour party, and that is how present industrial troubles will affect the rising genera, tion of workers. Ever)' year thousands of young men enter the labour market seeking employment, and their obtaining such depends entirely upon the enterprise of the organisers of labour, viz. : the employers. If strikes are frequent, and unions are careles...

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

BUGGIES ! jfeg. BUGGIES ! Roll up and Buy a Buggy ! JVL. TREANOR, OF RUSSELL STREET, THE CELEBRATED FIRST-PfjlZE BUGGY MAKER, Has just returned from Sydney, after having Secured some GREAT BARGAINS in VEHICLES in an ASSIGNED ESTATE, and is now offering some of those WONDERFUL BARGAINS! ? IN ? 6OLONIAL AND AMERICAN BUGGIES, PHAETONS, &c See the Neat Piano Box Buggies ! HUNG ON CONCORD SIDE SPRINGS. These are mounted on EXTRA STRONG WHEELS Just the thing for the bad roads ! Just the very thing for the present Times 1 Great Durability, and Prices Economical. A Great Novelty is the -. ^~^nA American BDCKBOARD BUGGY *wH^^_^^=3C=====:^^iffl^Bki-r'7N. 0N TIMKIN SPRINGS, *oBK|^^^^^^Bl/\\pBj^l^^^A \ / /\ Call and inspect. Who says that only the wealthy can keep ^H^^BH^ffiR|^g^H^^^^^ffl^ fy^\ a Dogcart* Buggy, and a Carriage 1 That was the case years ''^HHPJ^Sf^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l a£°- but now the enterprising, energetic, and pushing M. J^^^P^IaPBBPvSPlfix^ f y^rffl t^v^ / TREANOR is o...

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BEING IN THE BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BEING IN THE BLUES. I can enjoy feeling melancholy, and there is a good deal of satisfaction about being thoroughly miser able ; but nobody likes a fit of the blues. Neverthe less, everybody has them ; notwithstanding which, nobody can tell why. There is no accounting for them. You are just as likely to have one on the day after you have come into a large fortune, as on the day after you have left your new silk umbrella in the train. Its effect upon you is somewhat similar to what ^puld probably be produced by a combined attack of toothache, indigestion, and cold in the head. You become stupid, restless, and irritable ; rude to strangers, and dangerous towards your friends ; clumsy, maudlin, and quarrelsome ; a nuisance to yourself, and everybody about you. While it is on, you can do nothing and think of nothing, though feeling at the time bound to do something. You can't sit still, so put on your hat and go for a walk : but before you get to ...

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

G» WHALAN HAS PLEASURE IN DIRECTING ATTENTION TO HIS NICE STOCK OF ? Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Toys, fe, all of which are marked at the Lowest Possible Prices, for Cash. NEW GOODS received this week, and more to follow. In making your purchases, kindly remem ber the NEW SHOP in KEPPEL-STREET, where you will find everything usualty kept at a first-class house of the kind. CtlJtrlS'tHt3.Sl»S Cards — a superb lot — just opening. These were selected from Manufacturers' samples, and we respectfully invite intending 'buyers to inspect them. ^PRINTING.^ This is the Chief Feature of the Business, and every effort is made to retain and extend the reputation already gained. The plant having been ^elected expressly for JOTDlDlXlg* W orK, is second to none in the district, and for testimo nials, intending customers are referred to the work turned out from day to day. EXCELSIOR PRINTING WORKS, Woollens. Woollens. Woollens. E. WEBB & CO., HAVING now ^opened up their Spring Goods in ...

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JUDGING SHEEP AT SHOWS BY POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

JUDGING SHEEP AT SHOWS BY POINTS. This would be a step in the right direction. The Cfnel Stock Inspector, Mr. Bruce, drew up a scale for this purpose. It was rather too elaborate to our fancy. We believe that gentleman invited suggestions ror improvements on his scale ; very few replied, we fear. However, some system of judging by poin,ts would be most satisfactory to breeders and the public. The points could be published and each person interested could examine them and compare with the winners, seeing exactly where they failed. They would then be able to make improvements much easier than now. We are aware that there are a few me a who class stud sheep on the point system. We have seen long lists furnished by Mr. S. Robinson, well known among sheep men as being a very keen judge. This gentleman's system, and that of Mr. W. Gow, who published his ideas in The Australasian of September 27th, are so very similar that we re-published Mr. Gow's here. We have heard Mr, Robinson say that...

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

CAMERON BROTHERS k CO., VIRGINIA TOBACCO FACTORY, COOPER STREET, NEAR ELIZABETH STREET, SURRY HILLS, SYDNEY. MANUFACTURE the following well-known and justly cele-brated Brands of Tobacco : — ' RAVEN ' Finest Black Twist in 22's. and 12's. « BLACK CHARLES ' Finest Black Twist in 6's. ' LION ' Fine Black Twist in 22's and 12's. ' CHARMER ' Good Black Twist in 22's and 12s. ' NIGGER GAL ' Good Black Twist in 6's. ' TWO SEAS ' Finest Cavendish in 13's 10's 4's. ?* TWO SEAS ' finest Nail Rod in in 16's. 41 SIGNET ' Finest Carendish in 12's 10's 6's 5's ' CONQUEST ' Good Cavendish in H's 12's 10's 8's 7's 6's 5's 4's. 'CHARMER ' Good Cavendish in U's 12's 10's 8's 7's 6's 5's 4'e. ' CHARMER ' Good Nail Rod 16's. ' CANARY ' Finest Aromatic in 12's 6's 4's. 'VENUS ' Good Aromatic in ll's blocks 5's blocks. 'TALISMAN ' Good Aromatic in 12's ll's 6's 5's. Superior quality of CUT TOBACCOS in Tins, Packets, and loose for Shops use. Long Cut, Rough Cut, Mixture, Raven and Cigarette also the NEW ...

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

MEN »_«? MARK j FOR a considerable period the undersigned has devoted his energy and time in endeavouring to alleviate the sufferings of mankind, and, it need hurdly be said, the effort has been largely appreciated, and every inducement has been, and is still, offered to continue to circulate that which has been pronounced hy many scores of persons the THE REMEDY of the 19th century for Sore Eyes, Wounds. Bruises, Sore Lips, Chapped Hands, Bad Legs, S:iif Joints, Piles, Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Corns, Ulcerations ou the Face, Head, and Body of Children, all kinds of Soros, &c, &c, Numerous testimonials have been received, speaking in the highest terms of this remarkarkable discovery. It can be procured from all Storekeepers and Chemisti, Price i/- per Pot, or posted to any address for 1/2. The above far-famed remedy is BEER'S NEW SOUTH WALES OINTMENT. ROBERT BEER, BATHURST. w. q. psoN & ccs TIMBER YARD —AND-— STEAM JOINERY WORKS, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. A ...

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

Western Warehouse. MONSTER SALE OF BOOTS &JHOES! HAVING gone thoroughly through the Stock iu oar Boot Department, we have placed aside, for our MonBter 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 have 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 suoh induce ments to our patrons that must commend a speedy clearance Goods alreade marked at the reduced prices comprise, among others, the following lines : — Ladies' Lawn Tennis Shoes, reduced to 4/11 formerly 6/6 » n :t n » 6/U „ 6/9 »» » »♦ i» i» 6/6 „ 0/6 „ Evening Dress Shoes „ 1/11 „ 3/6 j» » »? »- »» *-/9 „ */o n -t » » a ty6 » 5/9 ., Glace Button Boots „ 4/11 „ 12/6 » » »- » » 9/6 » 17/6 » » » » ti */n „ 18/6 ., » „ 7/H » 16/6 „ » » 8/6 i....

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

E. WEBB & CO. HAVE iust received a fresh conBignment of DOUBLE BARREL BREACH LOADING GUNS, and would draw particular attention to the lines at 42/- and 60/ each. The like of the 60/- guns has never before been teen in Bathtust ; they are a real wonder at the price, 12-bore, left barrel choke, rebounding locks, and pistol grip, walnnt stock.

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LATEST FASHIONS DRESSES AT E. WEBB & CO.'S, Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

Latest Fashions DRESSES E. WEBB & CCS, Battaurst. FASHIOX has done her very best to please the most fastidious this season, and most charming are the new coloured spot Costumes, Ar mures, Cheviots, Flakes, Knickers, Lustres, Feather-weight Tweeds, new Brocade Costumes in mignlonette-green, Strawberry, Heliotrophe, fee, not to speak of Figured de Laines. with their soft, ielicate 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 draping in front of skirts has gone out, and they are being made extremely plai...

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