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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON GETTING ON IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1890

?MM ID^jE THOUGHTS OF AN i iSJJE FELLOW. t ^t ? -*? ? ? ON\ GETTING ON IN THE WORLD. Not exactly the sort of thing for an idle fellow to think about, ie it ? But outsiders, you know often see most of the game ; and sitting in my arbour by the wayside, smoking my hookah of contentment, and eating the sweet lotus-leaves of indolence, I can lookout musingly upon the whirling throng that rolls and tumbles past me on the great high road of ? Never*ending is the wild procession. Day and night you can hear the quick tramp of the myriad feet — rBome iunning, some walking, some halting and lame ; out all hastening, all eager in the feverish race, all straining life and limb and heart and soul to reach the ever-receding horizon of success. Mark them as they surge along — men and women, old and young, gentle and simple, fair and foul, rich and poor, merry and sad — all hurrying, bustling, scrambling. The strong pushing aside the weak, the cunning creeping past tLe foolish ; those behind elbowi...

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

FRY & SON'S COCOA is the best FRY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beverage FRV/ & 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 & SON'S FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATE FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS. FRY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLLS. E. WEBB & CO., Bathurst Agents;

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

Fruit. — We would draw the attention of our renders to the advertisement relative to Christmas supplies appearing in the advertising column of this paper. Though the fruit market has considerably advanced, we have pleasure in noting that E. Webb* and Co. are supplying at prices at which it would have been impossible to sell, had they not bought early and well. Wool. — It is now about ten years since we ad vocated wool-producing on the part of our farmers. We showed that it was a mistake to ' put all their eggs into one basket,' because if the crop failed they had nothing. A few sheep always bring something every year. One has the lambs as increase, and then he has the wool, and if a very bad season comes, he can sell some of the original sheep to tide over. With wheat, at the best of times, the outlay in ploughing, sowing, and harvesting is great, and in very bad times his labour and seed are lost to the unfortunate man who puts it in, in addition to get ting no return. Of course so...

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

The Railway Commissioners took delivery the other day from the Strathfield Carriage Works of another train of American carriages, consisting of three first-class and three second-class cars. In this train a new departure has been made, viz., that the Rflat-finds of the first-class carriages are fitted with polished American walnut arm-rests. This gives a massive appearance to the car. Six such trains from the Strathfield works have been completed since February, besides some second-class express carriages. Altogether 40 carriages have been delivered. — Herald. The Rabbit Pest— Cobar, Wednesday.— A large representative meeting of pastoralists was held to protest against the proposed Rabbit Bill. Reso lutions were carried condemning the 17th, 18th, and 19th clauses. Many pitiful tales were told of damages done by the rodent, and expressions of abandoning the land if Government aid was not forthcoming were freely given. The pest is spread ing to all parts of the district, and a good ma...

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

WADDELL BROS., WOOL BXtOKJESIfcS, SHIPPERS, MACHINE SCOURERS, FELL1IONGERS, ETC., RANKEN 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 any 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, MR. T. CLEAVE, Photographer to Lord and Lady Carrington and the elite of Sydney, IS NOW AT RUBEN'S GEORGE-ST. STUDIO. OsttDlixerts from 15s. per dozen. What the 'Sydney Morning Herald' says: 4i Lord and Lady Garrington visited Charlpmont Studio, where some excellent Portraits were taken. Mr. T. Cleave, whose artistic skill is so much admired in Sydney, had the honor of photographing the Vice-Regal Party.' All Portraits taken with the Greatest Care, obtaining Most Pleasing Pictures, by Mr. Cleave. nXTotio t;...

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

PS lii^AY, DECEMBER 15, 1890.

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

We were delighted to read in an enterprising contemporary's columns a few days since, that a pushing, energetic tradesman contemplates making butter, and that arrangements were being completed for the starting of a butter factory, and we rejoiced to read that this pushing gentleman had stated that he would buy all the milk he could get at 4d per gallon for butter making. It takes 251b, or 2^ gallois, of milk to give lib of butter, and butter is now 4d per 1b ! In Orange the farmers have been getting 3d per lb for it. Now, if it takes 2^ gallons of milk to make lib of butter, the cost, without the labour &c, is, at 4d per gallon, no less than lOd per lb for the butter. Labour, &c, may fairly be put down at If d per lb, at least. The milk will have to be disposed of at a high rate to make up for the deficiency. We trupt the spec, may be some thing more that a dream, for the sake of our farmers.

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

^^^^ill%air1^Vtssu^%ie^h-Sn. member for We8t Macquarie created a disturbance in tho Legislative i^|pitti)?j which caused him to be expelled from the ^o)wnber; It seems that Mr. McMillan (the Colonial Treasurer) was in possession of thi; Chair, and was in^THpfedtby Mr. Crick, Mr. McMillan inter jected,' Tou^re nobody/* Mr. Crick retorted, *' You are & makesbil't.*1 -3otb of these expressions are unparliamentary, and this being the case, one is not surprised at the Chairman demanding their with d raw ah rM$- McMillan was called xipon to withdraw tbe wo? is, ' You ar« nobody.' - He did so at the request of the Chairman. Mr. Grick was then called upon to do the same. The hon. member fenced and parleyed for some time with the Chair, and at length withdrew the expression ' Makeshift.' It iias been explained by Mr. Crick to the electors that he:wi*9 t|jeii called upon to apologise, and he has told them over and over again that Mr. McMillan was not callad upon to apologise, and he (...

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

Miners' Delegate Meeting — Lithgow, Wednesday. — A miners* delegate meeting was held on Monday night. There was a, full attendance. After the ordinary business had been disposed of, the secretary read a communication from the Secre tary for Railways stating that ' the Commissioners greatly regretted the inconvenience caused by the insufficient supply of empty trucks, but they had exceptional difficulties to contend with in conducting the traffic during the strike, and in addition the wool traffic was always exceptionally heavy at this period of the year, and it was impossible to work the traffic smoothly. They have been and are doing their utmost to meet the demand, and everything possible will be done to meet the difficulty.' The reply was regarded as satisfactory. It was also resolved, — ' That in the opinion of this meeting the experience of the present strike has shown de monstrably the danger and inutility of charging high entrance fees to various .associations, and we therefor...

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

HARVESTING MACHINERY. EWPRR &r C^ C\ ^es're^ at tn's particular season of the year, to draw the attention of Agrtcul ? VV L.DD OG \j\j * turists and the farming community generally to their very large and vanM assortment of Machinery suitable for Harvesting. The goads have all been imported direct from the Manufacturers, who, acting on suggestions submitted from time to time, arc enabled to turn out just the article suited to the Bathuret district. Farmers, in purchasing, should always bear this in mind, and not lose sight of the fact that E. WEBB & CO., whilst showing as great a variety as possible, endeavour to keep none but the very best Machines in their respective classes, and Buch b 'ing imported direct, can be supplied at the very lowest possible prices. Appended will be found a short description of some of the Machines on band. Burgess' Manual Combined Reaping: and Mowing Machine. With 5 feet cut, right or left. Fitted with pole for two horses. [?] The draugh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1890

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ONE MAN ONE VOTE. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1890

ONE MAN ONE VOTE. To the Editor of the Herald. Sir— I trust you wiU afford space for the few remarks I may make respecting the principle of the ' one man one vote ' proposed in the new Electoral Bill. It is a common retort on our Government that its business is not conduct ed on general commercial principles, and never can it be truer said than in the ' one man one vote ' principle ; for here the lackey is as good as his lord and Jack as his master, since all men by this arrangement are made equal, and we know they are not equal, and in the commercial world they are not so accounted. Why should they be so m the political ? The recent attempt by the labouring classes to strangle all commerce shows as plainly as possible that the ' one man one vote ' principle may lead to a revolution and bring about a complete chaos in society that may ruin employers and employed.- The recent striko might teach our legislators that no ordinary dangers are ahead if pro perty has no voice in protecting...

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CONTRACTORS' LIEN LAW. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1890

CONTRACTORS' LIEN LAW. To the Editor of the Herald. We take the following letters from the «S. AT. Herald : — Fill — 1 have just read Mr. William Maimis Wter under the h«ading of 4t 0 -tiditions of Contract.' He deals cnieny, however, with the d- sirab'h1 y of a lien law to pro tent c«mtradtors. .and he cites my former efforts in this respeci, but unfortunately he d'-es me an injustice in omittiug to state the measure of success which attended my efforts. The bill framed by me passed into law in 1888, and is now enrolled on the Statute Book of the colony as the li Contractors' D -bt Extension Act,' Under I its provisions any person supp'yirg material or labour, and I instituting his suit to any Oourt within three months after I the debt has been incimvd. may ac once attach any I moneys in the hands of any n -rson due to the debtor in I respect of the buildings being erected. I am aware that 1 the Act does not reach the dishonest owner, who may be but a mortaeee or coutractee from th...

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

TO THE LADIES. LADIES, if you want Bargains, go to the Western 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 ; also Ladies' Black, fast dyes, at lOd per pair ; Children's Black, fast dyes, at 6£d per pair. We have also a large and varied stock of Pocket Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Coloured Borders, from 4d each. White Hemstitched, from 3d each. Splendid value. Kid Gloves. 4-button, at 1/6, V11. 2/11 Dome and Clasp from 3/11 to 5/11 Suede Kid, 6-dome fastener, at 3/11. Our own importation from the best known makers Come and see for yourselves ; inspection invited. E. WEBB & CO. Western Warehouse*

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

Some Special Uses of the ' Sunlight Soap.'— Used in the Dairy it will keep churns, cheese vats, and 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 clean and silky, and heal sores and scratches. — Use it for taking out grease spots, and 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 Yowng 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 it a healthy colour.— When Starching, rub a little ' Sunlight Soap' in the Starch, and your linen will be glossier and more lust...

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A GRAND TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1890

A GRAND TRSpiiY. Our readers will please observe the terms and con ditions of a most handsome trophy that is now on view at E. Webb & Co.'s. This trophy Has been specially imported by Webb -& Co;, , and, is to be presented to tne tfatlmrst A., ti , & ¥. Association for open competition. As oiily six kinds need be shown from the list, every former should try to win it. The conditions are (if approved of by the Com mittee of the Society) — 1st. The tophy is to be given for the best; collection of farm produce, grown by exhibitor during the 12 months1 prior to the show at which ifc is to be exhibited, compris ing at least six kinds of farm produce, chosen from the accompanying list. , ' : 2nd. Trophy to be won twice, that is at two shows, be fore becoming property of exhibitor. 3rd. Exhibit may be. shown in. trophy form. 5th. Special entries to be made for all exhibits corn ipet'ing for this prize.. Exhibits entered for Society's prizes swill not be. eligible. 6...

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THE METROPOLIS. SYDNEY, 9th December. 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1890

THE METROPOLIS. fFBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! SYDNEY, oth December. iSoo. THE sensation of the month has been amongst Home Rule politicians, in which the general public have shared to the extent of their interest in that particular feature of Imperial legislation. The non-defence of the O'ShearParnell divorce case fell like a thunderbolt m the ranks of the party, and the cable announcement of Mr. Parnell's resignation that immediately followed it was probably considered a safe enough venture, considering the angry tone of the leading journals. But C. S. Parnell has allowed that indomitable pertinacity that has served the party in such good, stead during the past decade to triumph over his better judgment, with a madness only paralelled by his now self-acknowledged connection with the notorious O'Shea divorce case, has probably wrecked the cause he has so ably piloted to within reach of the ' Harbor Lights.' The whole affair js a most interesting problem of many complex sides, and th...

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

CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES. HAVING received OUR SEASON'S SUPPLIES of FRUIT before the very extensive rise in price took place, we are enabled to give our constituents the full benefit, and are quoting considerably lower than any other house in the colony. The Fruit is the very best, newest, and cleanest in the. town, and as fine a sample as ever shown. CURRANTS ? 6d per lb. ELEME RAISINS ? 8£d „ SULTANA , ? lOd „ FIGS ? 8d „ DATES ? 4*d „ All other fruits and supplies at proportionately low rates. E. WEBB & CO. Bathurst.

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

PHOTOGRAPHY EXTRAORDINARY ! B£ A VIS BROS., THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, HOWICK STREET STUDIOS ONLY. FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY. Patrons ordering— 1 dozen Cabinets will receive 1 dozen Cards gratis 4 dozen ,, „ „ i dozen „ gratis | dozen „ „ „ J dozen „ gratis Extra, copies Cabinet stee of any Photo, taken by uus HALF-PRICE. ? 3 CABINETS, 5/- WLLIAM STREET STUDIOS ONLY, ? READ THE LIST OF A FEW OF THE 10,000 CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ON VIEW AT JSL 'VtTXSXlZB & OO.'S. S d Bolls, in great variety ? 6d, 10$d, 1/-, 1/6 1 11 Model Dolls ? 2/-, 2/11, 4/6 5 fi China Dolls ? 6d and 1 0 BagDolls ? 10£d, 1/9 3 6 Horn Horns ? 6d and 0 10£ tin Trumpets (for buglers) ? 6d and 0 10£ Cornets (for band) ? ^ ? 1 0 Musical Tops (hummers) ? 6d and 0 1O£ Sail Boats (for the lake) ? 6d, \J- 1 11 Metal Tea Sets (for girls) ? 4d, 6d 0 10£ Racquet Sets..... ? 1/11 and 4 6 Wool Balls (for the nursery) ? (id and 0 10* Plush Balls ? 0 10i I. B. Dolls (unbreakable) ? 0 10* I. R. Dolls (wool dressed) ? 1 9 I. R. T...

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

CAieOH BROTHERS & 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. ' SIGNET .' Finest Cavendish in 12's 10'p fi's 5fs ' CONQUEST ' Good Cavendish in li'a J2s 10'sS's 7's »r- o's 4rs. 'CHARMER ' Good Cavendish in 14's 12s 10's 8b 7's C's 5's 4V- ' CHARMER ' Good Nail Rod 16's. ?' CANARY ' Finest Aromatic in 12's G's 4's. ' VENUS ' Good Aromatic in ll'e blocks o's block-. ' TALISMAN ' Good Aromatic in 12's 11 's 6's dV Superior quality of CUT TOBACCOS in Tins, Packets, and loose for Shops use. Long Cut, Rough Cut, Mixture, Raven and Cigarette also...

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