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Great ?ance. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

jSnpt 4*W _, - new representatives of the people com nced with one of the most absurd^ farces mGr acted on the political stage, viz., the ?Stfbtt of Sir George Wigram Allen as Speaker. Tji 'fortunately for the country, this is but the hffiimngd the programme. The second play is '!JL worse than the first. The new Government 1 are appointed two gentlemen— -one a retired Squatter and the other a land agent to ' loot into and report the land question ; to inquire into the capabilities. °f the land in each district for pastoral and agricultural °ursuits ; the number of leaseholds in each district ; the Quantity of land alienated in each leasehold and ? e|ic]1 distfict; and to particularlise the various'' modes of alienation ; the consequence of this alienation affecting the public estate ; the character of the unsold lands and their proportionate value to the lienated lands ; the method by which large estates have been accumulated ; the condition of the reserves and the reasons for makin...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

fa^hIpSobuce. At the Darling 'HarbouiMfcibKay terminus ineira was a large supply of forage at market this morning from the various ^intermediate stations along the Western and Southern lines. The market was dull, the late rates were maintained. Old Oaten hay, in bundles, sold at 5s 3d to 6s 6d ; old wheaten and oaten hay, in bundles 6s to 6s Id per owfcj new oaten hay in bales 5s to 6s 5d; in truss, 0s M to 5s 4d in bundles, 4s 7d to 5s 9£ ; discoloured samples, 3s to 4s pel' cwt ; oaten sheaves, 2s 6d to 4s9d ; clean straw, in bales, 5s, in bundles, 4s lOd to 5s 2d per cwt; lucerne hay, in truss, 2s lid to 4s 6d per cwt. ; oaten chaff,1 (5s Gd to 6s lOd ; mixed chaff 6s ; wheaten chaff, 5s Gd; straw chaff, 5s Id to 5s 3d per cwt ; lucerne and oaten hay, old, 6s 5d ; new, 3s to 4s 9d; lucerne and wheaten hay, old 6s Id per cwt; wlieaten and oaten hay, 5s 4d in bundles. On the wharves the supply of forage and produce' is good, but trade dull. At the Hunter River Company's Wharf aucti...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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BROILED STEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

BROILED STEAK. Ingredients. — Rump steak, about ^ an inch thick* butter, pepper, and,sah. ? Method. — Butter a sheet of white paper and twist the four corners so as to form a little tray, lav the steak in ,this and broil quickly from five to ten minutes, turning it once in the paper while cooking. When done lay jt on a beef dish, season with pepper and salt, add a little bit of butter, and serve at once. Note. — Steak cooked in this way is much nicer than if broiled without the paper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

PRICES AND LIST OP Vegetable Seeds KJEPT BY E. WEBB & CO. VEGETABLE SEEDS in 6d. and Is paokets: Beans, French ? (id. Melon ? 6d. Beans, broad Windsor Cd. Onion ? 6d. Beet ? 6d. Peas... ? 6d. Brocoli ? 6d. Parsley ? Gd. Cabbage ? Gd. Pumpkin ? 6d. Carrot ? Gd. Parsnip ? 6d. Cucumber ? 6d. Radish ? Gd. Cress ? 6d. Squash... ? Gd. Cauliflower ? Gd. Sage ? 6d. Lettuce ? Gd. Turnip ? 6d. Leek ? Gd. Tomato ............ Gd. Mustard ? Gd. Vegetable Marrow.. 6d. Rhubarb ? , ? Gd. Cape Gooseberry ... Gd. Brussels Sprouts ? 6d. Sweet Com ? Is. Garden Seeds, in 3d., 6d. and Is. packets, as below : Antirrhinum, per pkt. 3d. Helichrysum Mar Asters, China, Po3iiy- crauthum ? 3d. flowered ? Gd. Indian Pink ? 3d. Bellis Perenis (double Jaobsea, new dwarf... Bd. Daisy) ? 6d. Larkspur, dwarf Carnations, Bizarre . 6d. Rocket ? 3d. Convolvulus, minor. 3d. Mixed Sweet Pea ... 3d. Cornflower, mixed... 3d. Mixed Wallflower ... 3d. Centaurea, Blue ? 3d. Phlox Drummondi Cockscomb, dwarf Atropurpurea...

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BEEF CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

BEEF CAKES. Ingredients. — 1 lb. of under-cooked roast beef, £ lb. of ham or bacon, a teaspoonful of sweet herbs, seasoning of pepper or salt, 1 large egg. Method. — Mince the beef and ham, add herbs, &c, and mix with the egg, which must be previously well beaten ; brush each cake over with a little white of egg ; cover with bread-crumbs, and fry quickly for five minutes.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

Mint ^atoji) §irs| ?'' MONDAY, JAlffiALBfi«, 1883.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

Webb's for Prints, WEBB'S Foil DRESSES t , Webb's for Calicoes, WEBB'S FOR tOWELS I lebb's for Curtains. WEBB'S FOR MttSUKS i Webb's for Millinery. WEBB'S FOR HABERDASHER? t Webb's for Underclothing. WEBB'S FOR XININa ! Webb's for Ironmongery. WEBB'S FOR GfcQC&B? I Webb's for Crockery. WEBB'S FOR CUTLERY I Webb's for Ling, WEBB'S, FOR EVERYTHING i

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1883

%r tjie 15th of Dumber, while & Sections were ^ng^fe^O^^^^1^^11 ^n1^e columns that *« too s«M^^m^ were being Mht into flw|i|^e of Parliament to suit any sober, UA^nnAmJ^Ai^Mia man.*1 It murht harfl been Added, that if many of them had rope enough they would hang themselves. From the action taken by tho Opposition at the commencement, in regard to the ?lection of a Speaker, one is almost inclined to think that they hare determined that hanging is too slow & process, hence they har« shown the people that they atop at nothing, and prefer the quicker means of despatch, via.— 'cut their own throats.' The rejection of the late Speaker by an incoming Govern ment is the first Instance of the kind in the history of the colony. Had the Opposition any serious charges to bring against Sir George Wigram Allen, who has occupied the position of Speaker for various Governments for many years, then no surprise could be expressed. But no charges have been made and here is a gentle man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS!] Messrs. R. Hobnsby & Sons (Limited) have obtained no less than 2,200 PRIZES for PlOUghS since 1876,1 A large supyly of the genuine Horns by Ploughs in stock at E. Wedm and Co.'s, at very reasonable prices. Apply early \ aud don't be too late I The following in stock: 1 F. i -wheel - Price, £4. 17 6 RB. 2-wheel - Price, £y 13 61 FG. 2-wheel - „ 6 18 6 | H. 2-wheel- „ 8 5 o| All fitted with Steel Breasts and Latest Improvements, 9 Ploughs of the best English make always on hand, at extremely I _ J ; low prices, ? 1 These Ploughs are quite equal to any Colonial Pldugh, and are MUCH LOWER IN PRICE. Having been made to the order of E. WRBB & CO., theH include ALL THE IMPROVEMENTS suggested at the different Agricultural Shows held in Bathurst. || E. W. & Co, have on hand the largest assortment of PLOUGH SHARES in th el WESTERN DISTRICT. W zig ? zag ^||§|£SS|!&^. zig-zag! In Sets of Three, '^^^^^^^^^ MOWS. 1 JE5 5s, anil ft 7s. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

E. WEBB&UO. Have in stock & Bplendid assortment of FANCY SOAPS/ By the BEST MANUFACTURERS, in BARS k TABLETS comprising : ' Brown Windsor, -/ GHyoerine, Oatmeal, Honey, Rose, Curd, Carbolic, Coal Tar, &c, &c. WATERS, ESSENCES, AND EXTRACTS, FROM THE BEST MAKERS. PlBSSB & Lubin's renowned Opoponax, Jockey Club, Psidium, White Rose, and othere. Simmell's Lavender Water, double and treble distilled ; Eau de Cologne, Florida Water, Toilet Vinegar, &c. &c, &c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

PRICES AND LIST OF ? Vegetable Seeds KEPT BT E. WEBB & GO. VEGETABLE SEEDS in 6d. and Is paokets: Beans, French.... ? 6d. Melon ? 6d, Beans, broad Windsor (Id. Onion ? 6d. Beet.' ? 6d. Peas ? 6d. Brocoli ? 6d^ Parsley ? 6d» Cabbage ? fid. Pumpkin ? 6d. Carrot .,..; ? 6d. Parsnip ............ 6d. Caoumber.,....,,. ? 6d, Radish ? 6d. Cress ? ..-;... 6d. Squash. ? 6d. Cauliflower ? 6d. Sage ? , ? 6d. Lettuce ? 6d. Turnip ? Si. Leek ? Gd. Tomato ? 6d. Mustard ? -6d. Vegetable MwroW, . 6d. Rhubarb ? Gd. Cape Gooseberry ... 6d. Bmsgyls Sprout* ? Gd. Sweet Corn ......... Is. Garden Seeds, in 3d., 6d. and In. packets, as t)6low : Antirrhinum, per pkt. 8d. Hiliehrysum Mar Actors MChin a, Pamy- crauthum ......... Sd,- — . ilowered ? (Id. Indian Pink ? 8d. Bellis Porenii (double Jaobaja, new dwarf... 6d, Daisy) ? Gd. Larkspur, dwjarf Carnations, Biitarre . Gd. Rocket ? 8'd. Convolvulus, minor .. 3d. Mixe-d Sweet Pea ... Sd. Cornflower, mixed... 3d. Mired Wallflower ... 3d. O«ntauroa, B...

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ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

ALL SORTS. An extraordinary thing in ladies' bonnets.— A cheap one. Scotton, one of the professional cricketerg of the Nottingham team, who came to Australia in 1880, has just figured in the divorce court. When only 21 he married at Derby a young and pretty girl of 22. He has treated her, it appears, in the most cruel * and heartless manner, and Sir James Hannan, without hesitation, granted a divorce, giving the wire tne custody or the cnild oi tne marriage. ' I wish I had your head,' said a young lady to a literary friend. ' And I wish I had your heart,' was the reply. They were duly married. E. Webb and Co. have always had the best name for haberdashery. Ever on the alert to secure the best makes and greatest variety of these household necessaries, the prices are never excelled. No matter how loose an engagement ring may be, the diamond never slips around on the inside of a lady's finger. A man who bought a badly fitting suit, that was much too large for him, was constantly taken ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

NOTICE. Tm;. TUthuhkt Post in published tm the 16th of every month, it has a large circulation, and is one of tht best advertising mediums *,n existence. TKItAIS FOK ADVERTISING. f, d, VYir Ilia first inuhof: .spfcse. or under ? ;?} 0 EvejT succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 18 Discount of 10 per sent, off 6 insertion!. 'i -*'» tt „ 13 ,, All. notices of alteration or withdrawal of adrerfciiMMJiMlti must be pfM«Mft writing to The Proprietors, ' Care of G. WHALAK, Printa?*?* 3ohoolbtArt4«gfh£p(t Please remember tkat no Qjuir** wfcBtiwr-la made for the Bathurat port, uxl40 &t ti^e^Iiglifcg , a oopy monthly oan Have aimc eSiit by *^5lrSS

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?ottings on Dress and Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

Jflitmp -ro'§npa M Jaslmn. (From Contemporaries.) '; We are scareely well Entered on Sumitier, with its blazing sun and its scorching hot winds, when we see preparationi in the shops for winter in the wa}r of ?Ibthing. And it is always the way witli each of ttie four4easonB^-before one is well in we have signs of the ftpproacji of the next. Mantles for winter wear are to be exceedingly short in nrnnort.ion to their ereat lencrth last season. The newest do not reach mmh below the waist, and are tight fitting, . They are almost all braided in true military fashion ; owing to the lale, war everything military wjlV'be .approved, of. Epaulettes are als© a novelty o^-jackets, generally consisting of bows' matching in color, ivhUeihe buttons play a prominent part, being often as la^gtja^lialf^.crowu. Woolien stuffs are to be the .materials par excel lence. Silk textures almost discarded. The craze 1 will he on Tartans, and the larger the design the greafeF^a^orifiP will it be; - It is tlie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

I * — SUPPLY THE — :?-.. ^ ?MA©JH|NE^Y SJHEWN BEk@W r ^^^^^k BENT ALL S ? ^^^^^^^M|^J BISINa SPRING MOUTH. ^P'^^^^'^-P^''^^;^'H Cuts ill two lengths, riz., 5six ^piS^SS^S^^-i|-^^... teeutlls aIid S-eigliUis inch. ^s^&jIv^sa ^ chaff-cutter, 1 T1/G&) z-q. ^S. In Stock. jPp$C0.£a. 1*7 S 6^/bbntall's c^ chaff-outtsr 7 * ' ? * ? In Stock. ^r^^^%/ ' BENTALL'S^ I «» ^4r^-'r'^^SI*;^f*t'?r -''i^Jlfw ? WITH ifiSIXGr 3'IOU'J'H. p [?] I I R. HORNSBY & SON'S UNEQUALLED PLOUGHS. '^| I . $^ For full particulars, see back page. lf1 |- ? _ _— 4 ? —^ 2 Unproved PONY GE A Rr especially, adap^ecl ^^SP^iSl^^^iftii ? . ... : ; ?; ; Cutters ^'Qt&eit'fa

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

E. WEBB & CO. Invite the attention of the public to a special shipment of _ the famous - Brussells and Axminster Carpets, The patterns and colorings are unequalled. BORDERINGS AND HEARTHRUGS TO MATCH. Also, a large assortment of ? BRUSH FIBRE MATS, In colored Wool Borders, Vandyke Borders, and Shaded Vandykes. £heep$pn ]§&$ and £lipg, In Black. White, Green. Gold, Peacock, Brown, Bronze. OILCLOTHS, Linoleums & Borderings. j^* These goods are now exkibited in our CARPET SHOW ROOM, awaiting inspection.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

I iPLENDID CROPS ¥?? ,? AND ? _^ f \LARGE RETURNS FOR THE FARMERS! j -3 00D N EWS! GOOD NEWS! Are Cash Buyers of Good Samples of WHEAT in any quantity. STOW IS ALSO THE TIME TO BUT YOUR \ EYEKY-DAY BEQFIEEMEITS! i READ THIS LIST, AND BE CONVINCED! Men's Twoed Trousers .,,,-....,-. 8s. 6d. per pair Men's Tweed Trousers ? 14s. 6d. per pair Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests ? 11s, 6d. Men's Tweed Trousers ? 7s. lid. per pair Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests 7s. lid. Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests ? 21s. A (Special Line at 18s. 6d., equal to those sold elsewhere at 25s. mr COME AND SEE THEM, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES ! \ MEN'S COTTON SMITHS, large size and strong, same quality as sold elsewhere at from Is. to Is. 3d. each as a Bargain ! E. WEBB h CO.'S price for these is only 9~id. each. A splendid line of MEN'S COTTON SHIRTS at -js. -J-jd. An excellent SHIRT, equal to those sold in town at 2s. lid. and 3s. 6d— price only 2s- 6d« ««d'- R-A-Rf^AEMQ FYTPAOPDIN -&RV ! te)J*\i\X^it\\i INO...

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Fortune's Favourite. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

Jjktat^s 4atmitUfr 'Garnet Joseph, Baron Wolseley of Cairo, a General in her Majesty's army, Knight Grand Cross of the Bath, Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. George, Knight of the Legion of Honour of the Medjidie, of the Osmauie, &c, &c.' Such, observes the World, will be his grandiloquent description in the next editions of Burke and Debrett. W i th so con - spicuous an example of military success, few peoplecan call the army an unprofitable profession. Sir Garnet has opened to some purpose the world's oyster with his swprd. He has gained fame and fortune in an unusually short time. Of his predecessors, only .Maryborough and Wellington have won large prizes at an earlier age ; and if, in both their cases, courtly and social influences hastened advancement, it must be admitted that they did something of themselves to deserve it. But ^'olsjly has distanced all later competitors in thera#f or military renown. At about forty he was a substantive major-general, and had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

l^fhi §aifwr8i first | *? THURSDAY, FEBRtfi&Y 15, 1883. i ! \ *y,;..i - ??? — ? ? _ . ? ?? ? ? '*'] ... ? ' '? ? --.- ? —

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