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THEY SAY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1890

THEY SAY COLUMN. 'They 'Say' was introduced by the Bathurst They say that it ia a compliment to the Times for a journal of the standing of the Post to copy. That Webb's are selling some desperate bar grains. That the weather is changabie. . That caution is required lest colds come. That Bennett's furniture is cheap. — Advt. That Evans' cottons beat all. — Advt. That Fry and Co/s Cocoa makes one feel strong. — Advt, That Mayor Ryan was ' all there' at Orange. That Avery's drugs are first-class. — Advt. That W. Pittendrigh's buggies are good.— Advt. That J. Weal's boots wear well. — Advt. That Hudson Brothers sell good timber,— Advt That Clements and McCarthy are good auc tioneers — Advt. That Maddy, Fleming, and Mollison make grand buggies. — Advt. That Pottie is ' great ' on horses.— Advt. That Cameron's tobaccos are delicious. — Advt. That Beer's ointment is a terror to old sores.— That Germea is splendid for breakfast.— Advt. That Sunlight soap washes well.— Advt. That G. Whalan*s...

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

BUGGIES ! JH^^ BUGGIES ! Roll up and Buy a Buggy ! IMC. TREANOR, OP RUSSELL STREET, w THE CELEBRATED FIRST-PRIZE 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 T7IT O KT 23 E3 IFt iF XX X. BARGAINS! 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 ! Great Durability, and Pripes Economical. A Great Novelty is the ^\gs Apta) BDJWAIjD BDGGY *aRs3S^i^y^jB^KKlR£\ / /\ Cal1 and insPect- Wll° savs. that only tne wealthy can keep j^HH^BB^WB^^^^^^^I^B^^A L^^\ a Dogcart, Buggy, and a Carriage ? That was the case years \3^|WP^B^Hfe!J^^S^^!!Oj^^i^^r'| a£°r *-ut now the enterprising, energetic, and pushing M. jJnP^lBll^SHJl^lpj^^/ y^v(^- J TREANOR is on the war path, and these luxuries may be MJP ^^^^^^^^^^^^^...

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SNAKE BITE. A Clever Treatment. A Win for Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1890

SNAKE BITE. A Clever Treatment. A Win for Bathurst. On Wednesday as Miss Emily Howarth, aged 16, daughter of Mr. James Howarth, farmer of Rock Forest, was going across the river after cows she was severely bitten in the calf of one of her legs by a brown snake. Assistance at once arrived, and a messenger was sent post haste into town for Dr. W. F. Baseett. Meantime young Howarth made three incisions in the leg and rubbed in salt, and the unfortunate girl was placed in a cart and taken towards the city. In the cart she became very drowsy, and the only means by which she could be kept awake was by compelling her to walk. At Ranken's Bridge the party was met by Dr. Bassett, who at once applied a lotion to the wound, with j most satisfactory and immediately noticeable effect, j The girl was then brought to Mockler's hotel, \ George- street, where', under Dr. Bassett's care, she was sufficiently recovered to return to her home to-day, — Times, Nov. 7. The Bathurst Progress Committee cons...

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

Priuted for the Proprietors by GLYNDWR WHALAN, at his General Printing Works, next the Mutual /Life Assurance ? Society's Buildings,*;Keppel-street, Batliurst.

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON VANITY AND VANITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1890

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ? ^ ? ON VANITY AND VANITIES. All is vanity, and everybody's vain. Women are terribly vain. So are men — more so, if possible, So are children, particularly children. One of them, at this very moment, U hammering upon my legs. She wants to know what I think of her new shoes. Candidly I don't think much of them. They lack symmetry and curve, and possess an indescribable appearance of lumpiuess (I believe, too, they've put them on the wrong reet). .but l aon t say tnia. It is not criticism, but flattery that she wants ; and I gush oxer them with what I feel to myself to be degrading effusiveness. Nothing else would satisfy this self-opinionated cherub. I tried the conscien tious friend dodge with her on one occasion, but it was not a success. She had requested my judg ment upon her general conduct and behaviour, the exact case submitted being, ' Wot oo tink of me ? Go peased wi' me ?' and I had thought it a good opportunity to make a few salutary r...

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

The Consumption Cure. — Several experts of thr» biirh^st. repute who have been inquiring into the the important discoveries made by Dr. Koch, of Berlin, for the cure of consumption, confirm the success of Dr. Koch'* treatment. Dr. Koch firmly adheres to his determination not to divulge his cure until the experiments in which he is still engaged have been completed. Tox albumen is s.-iid to be the main ingredient of the cure A Peterborough correspondent states that the famous Louis Quinze clock at Milton Hall, the Northamptonshire seat of the FitziviUiam family, has just, been disposed of to a representtitive of the Rothschilds for the sum of £3,000. She clock is said to have been a wedding present from a foreign potentate to a former Countess Fitzwiliiam. Another Scene in the Assembly. — It is with much regret that we announce the fact that on Thursday evening last the Member for W^st Macqnarie. Mr. Crick, so far forgot himself as to disobey the ruling of the Chair. He became very a...

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

In pe 0tUt CDitpc totU be fottrrtr pc foHotnfog Spp*: £t. -|«oj[ge and %t grajou. JWrs. 31. 3$. Stttoart, Jttrs. Jttarrfott, Jttre. Jitarfjattte, jptcs. Spencer, §e (-Blde dthd^a fun louse. StaltyoHrws : in yc Centre of ge Square. £talu)ofoers : gta. ft SNA'' #» Strife Jttrs. Cotton, J*trs. Jttonro. Staltyolcrs : 3% Jttfsscs Ittte Sr ^a ICec Jit. -S«{orgQ and g« Dragon, g£ gtosq, ajbistlc, and $Itami;orft, Stalls will have all sorts of Useful and Ornamental Goods for Sale, from all parts of the world. will sell Refreshments of all kinds, including Ye FAMOUS BANBURT CAKES and CHELSEA BUNS ! Most toothsome. DELICIOUS ICE CREAMS AND CAKES! |*je iptarkefc &K0&&+ All sorts of FARM PRODUCE. HOME-MADE PRE SERVES. BAGS of FLOUR, HONEY. &c. %t Wfyxzt §aiirti)X gjesffrrgw will have the Wheel of Fortune, with MAGNIFICENT GIFTS and PRIZES. There will be TWO SIDE SHOWS, viz. : prepared, at great cost, by Mr. R. KENNA ; and a tyntjclj ani* &nby[ ^if0W Profe...

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

?. ,, . a»jp -| J| rg* !^ .IT ?. -*=5y* TS published on me 15th of every month, and ?*? having the most extensive circulation ©f any newspaper in tne Weit, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OF ADVBHTISING: «. 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 cl&rged as 'cinder :— . : . „ . ?.,.??:';-' H T-k tfte 1st inch, or part thereof.. ? 3 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 V A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for witign one month of last insertion. §hr Batltnrjit g|jrsi SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890.

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A TRIP ROUND PEAK HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1890

A TRIP ROUND PEAK HHLI,. By ' One of the Cbowd.' Given fine dry weather, I 4on't think anyone could wish, for a better way of spetirMhg a holi«1»y ilia^by taking a ttip to +he Peak via Molong ; and, after doing the diggings, picking up civilisation again on the Dubbo side. Having occasion to visit the district, 1 decided to go via Molong, having heard that Small's coaches were the best equipped of the various lines running from the many places, and accordingly started for that point, and was rather disgusted upon arriving there to find all the seats engaged. However, after a little circumlocution, I found myself perched on baggage at the back of the coach, holding on to the straps like ' grim death to a nigger/' and as we passed out of the township my position excited both the risibilities and applause of the spectators. The country between Molong and the Peak is really grand, being undulating and lightly timbered. With nice stretches of open country, and to go bowling along behind ...

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THE TOPIC OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1890

THE TOPIC OF BATHURST. Just now Bathurst is pretty much engaged in discoursing on old English events. In fact, a visit to the ' Old English Fayro,' at the Rynke, in Keppel-street, will remind us of the times of our forefathers, and cause many a young man to break ''sovereigns ' over the enchanting ways of the beauti ful ladies, dressed as were our great grandmothers. Many people fancy that a bazaar means long prices and small returns, but we are assured that this is not to be a bazaar at all. It will be something quite diffe rent, and, as in olden times one pound was worth two now, the motto at the ' great f ayre ' will be, u one pound for two pounds' worth of goods.' No doubt, if the public will only remember what the 'great fayre' is in aid of, and if they consider the beautification of their own city as they should, they will feel that it is a pleasure to spend money at tbe fayre, and thus help swell the '* fund ' that is assisting to make our city so attractive. The fayre could ...

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

— IS THB — A - * ?? ?/ -' . . ? ' CHEAPEST FURNITURE BAZAAR IN THE ? WESTERN^ J-ISTRICT. ^9^ T T AVING the Largest Premises for Furniture, he is enabled to keep a much larger and ^gT^\ A X more varied Stock of j£f NEW & SECONDHAND GOODS Jjjj^^uju than any other house out of Sydney. ^KjBgLfy Having lately bought direct from the Home Markets, he is in a position to supply the ^sJ^^tthe public at GREATLY REDUCED RATES, Either for Gash 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, ? B&THUBST. 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 Ffouseliold Commodities. THE GENERAL PUBLIC, WHO are always quick to ...

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REMARKABLE INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1890

REMARKABLE INVENTION. A KEjiAKKAULE military invention has been made by Dr. Jueiicinann, of Vienna (at least so says the Blayney Advocate), lie compounded a fluid which in his opinion is destined to revolutionise modern warfare, and put a stop to the horrible carnage with which wars are at present inevitably conducted. His plan is to burst a shell containing this fluid, which on liberation in converted into gas, under the effect ofwhich every living thing1 within a considerable space becomes unconscious and remains so for two three hours. The effect of the gas is, the inventor claims, not impaired by dilution with atmospheric air, and it is said to be absolutely certain in its effect. Dr. Juenemann contends that troops fired at with these shell could be easily disarmed, and the object of war attained without shedding of blood, and even without injuiing the health of belligerents, as inhalation of the gas produces no permanent effects. The manufacture of the fluid is said to be safe ...

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

~'T THE METROPOLIS: [from our own correspondent.] SYDNOTi HOtb November, 1890. -- The strike has been declared off.'* Such was the news posted on the Exchange board one morning last week, and no better news for New South Wales has been posted there the past three months. It has doubtless been a terrific blow to the unionists of Australia, but they certainly have no one they can blame more conscientiously than themselves or their leaders. Wiien Mr. Champion wrote his historic letter, full of reasoning, weighted with wise ques tions, which they should have deeply pondered, they not only laughed at him for his pains, but they deli berately said, ' We will have nothing to do with you, for you do not understand Australian circum stances/' Perhaps they will understand now that tyranny spells exactly the same thing here as in England, and when practised, either by men or masters, does, in this age of Press and Platform, very soon reap its due reward : that coercion, whether carried out by ...

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

'? ? '???? ^ Some Special Uses of the ' Sunlight Soap.'— Used in the Dairy it will keep chums, cheese vats, aud milk pans beautifully bright and clean. — Used in the Sick Room it acts as a Disinfectant. — Used in the Stable it will keep manes and tails cleaix aud silky, and heal sores and scratches.— -Clse it for taking out grease spots, aud for keep ing linoleums clean and bright.— use it everywhere where soap can be used and it will always give satisfaction. — If you prefer to boil the clothes, remember this soap will give better results than any other ; boiling, however, is unne cessary. — Use ' Sunlight Soap' and your clothes will wear much longer. — Use it for the bath. Doctors recommend it for bathing children. — The Young Ladies' Journal says it is the best for washing fine fabrics.— Use it for the Toilet and it will soften the skin as no other soap can, and give ?* j. a healthy colour.— When Starching, rub a little * ^Sunlight Soap' in the Starch, aud your liuen will be glos...

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

A. W. AVERY (LATE BUTTERWOBTH), PREMIER DRUG STORE, mtLIAM STREET, B4TBURST, COUSULTING CHEMIST, ADVICE GRATIS. SURGICAL DENTIST TEETH PAINLESSLY EXTRACTED. CLEMENTS & MeCARTIfY, BATHURST, N.S.W., AUCTIONEERS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, VALUATORS. SALES OP FAT STOCK— MONDAY & THURSDAYS. SALES OF STORE STOCK— First WEDNESDAY every Month, at Bathurst Corpora tion Sale Yards. SALES OF FARM & OTHER PRODUCE AS REQUIRED, at their SALE ROOMS. WILLIAM STREET. Clearingr-out Sales as Required. MADDY, FLEMING. & MOLLISON, (LATE WITH COBB & CO.), COACH, WBC^^ CARRIAGE, And BUGGY .i^^BUILDERS, Keppel Street, Bathurst, Opposite Dr. Spencer's. TcTthe ladies. LADIES, 'if you want Bargains, go to the Western Warehouse. There you will see a large assortment of : ladies coloured Cotton Hose, from 4hd per pair ; and Childrens coloured Cotton Hose, from 3d per pair ; also Ladies' Black, fast dyes, at lOd per pair ; Children's Black, fast dyes, at 6£d per pair. We have al...

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

HARVESTING MACHINERY. E\A/ ET D D Jh C^ C~\ desire, a^ *n's particular spason of the year, to draw the attention of Agricul , VV uDD 06 KJ \J ? turists and the farming community generally to their very large and varid assortment of Machinery suitable for Harvesting. The goods have all been imported direct from the Manufacturers, who, acting on suggestions submitted from time to tim-', are enabled to turn out just the article suited to the Bathurst district. Farmerp, in purchasing, should always beav this in mind, and not lose sight of the fact that E. WEBB & CO., whilst showing as gn at a variety as possible, endeavour to keep none but the very best Machines in their respective classes, and such b*ing imported dirtct, can be supplied at the very lowest' possible prices. Appended will be found a short description of some of the Machines on hand. Burgess' Manual Combined Reaping: and Mowing Machine. With 5 feet cut, right or left. Fitted with pole for two horses. Burgess' Pion...

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

WADDELL BROS., WOOL BROKERS, SHIPPERS, MACHINE SCOURERS, F3LLM0NGERS, ETC., RANKFN ST., BATHURST. ? »-» npHESE WORKS are now replete with one of the most extensive and latest X. improved set of Scouring Machines in Australia. Wool received for Scouring in aity quantity, which is turned out faultless — at Reduced Price. 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 PHOTOGRAPHER. 3VER. '17. OI^^S-A-VES, Photographer to Lord and Lady Carrington and the elite of Sydney, IS NOW AT RUBENS GEORGE-ST. STUDIO. Cettoliasrfcs from ^^s- X-^x° dozen. What the 'Sydney Morning Herald' s?.ys : ' Lord and Lady Oarrhjjrtoii visited Charlemont Studio, where some excellent PoHraitp were taken. Mr. T. Cleave, whose ai'i=K'1 'kill is -o much admired in. .Sydney, had ibe honor --f photographing the Vice-llegal Party.' All Portraits taken with the Greatest Care, obtaining Most; Pleasing Pictures, by Mr....

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

The cable brings the good news that a celebrated Gorman physician. Dr. Kojh. has discovered a cure for consumption. It is to be sincerely Loped that such will prove correct It appears ihat the Dr. is rather silent upon the question, aud lvt'iiM'-s to predict whether his efforts will prove successful or no:. There is no doubt but that consumption is one of ihi-1. greatest enemies the human race has to contend with. Should the celebrated doctor be successful h_x deserves the warmest thanks of the whole world. The strike has been declared off. We are much pleased to learn that the steamship Owners1 Association granted the sum of £100 to the relief of the distressed families of the strikers. Thi? is a magnanimous action on the part of the steamship owners, who have lost severely through the action of the strikers. With it all, they are not prepared to stand by and see the uufortuuate wives and children starve for the want o£ assistance. Daily reports reach head quarters of the splendid ...

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

A very valuable report has been published in Germany , on the effect of gaslight upon the eyesight. It is absolutely necessary to prevent the. action of the yellow light upon the eye. The shades employed should never be made of zinc or lead, as they are said to produce weakness of sight; blindness, and inflamation. The milky- white shades are considered the best, and they spread the light equally* and are soft to the eye. The gaslight should never be too near the head, jas the intense heat from it produces con gestion and those severe headaches from which we suffer in a close hot room lit up with flaring gas lamps. — Family ? Doctor. Printed for the Proprietors by GLYNDWB WHALAJff, at bis U ? General Printing, Works, next the Mutual Life Assurance ? Society's Buildings, Keppel-street, Bathurst. * ?

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

BUGGIES ! Jflli^ BUGGIES ! Roll up and Buy a Buggy I OF RUSSELL STREET, THE CELEBRATED FIRST-PRIZE BDGGY 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 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 Timis! Great Durability, and Prices Economical. A Great Novelty is the ,^\& Ai^ericajjJDCKBOAp BUGGY WE^K^Js^^fiiKfc^XD^HHSi^MCLX I / /\ ^a^ an(^ insPect- Who says that only the wealthy can keep ^^^B^HBB^Bk^ctIBb^^^^MWXi/x^i a Dogcart, Buggy, and a Carriage ? That was the case years y|^^^^Bj^B^^H|^^S^y^O'B~f^a^^ I ago. but now the enterprising, energetic, and pushing M. ^Uv^ I A^^^I^^ / TREANOR is on the war path, aud thrse luxuries may be mm -Ol _^|^^^^^g^j!^CT^--^^~^\— ^/4-\-^y enjoyed by even a poor m...

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