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Ye Olde Englishe Fayre. FINAL SETTLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1890

Ye Olde Englishe Fayre. F1NA1 SETTLEMENT ' A MEETING of theladiesviriterested in the recent Fayre met in the Town Hall 'yesterday afternoon, when the report of proceedings was submitted and proved to be of a highly satisfactory character. A writer in our morning contem oorarv hinted, during- the progress of the Fayre, that the expenses would amount to ^'400 or thereabouts, but now that he knows that instead of this sum, the expanditure was far less than one half of this, it is hoped that he will show his manlines in correcting his error and apologising to those ladies who deserve the warmest thanks of the community for their untiring zeal in so good a cause/ Mrs Machattie (President) occupied the chair at the final meeting, andHhere were also in attendance Mesdames A. G Thompson, Edgiey, Tibbs, Whifciav, Rotton and Monro, and Miss, Jeffries. The Secretary and Treasurer (Mrs. Monro) acknowledged the receipt of a; cheque of £4 from Dr. MnchattSe as the value of his share in a saddle w...

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

JOHN WEAL (Late of Hunter's 0% Boot Palace) -A -:it ?''-. \ HAS COMMENOED BUSINESS | ?? : _~_ -in_ '' ?? !?? V; v;' 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. FOR SALeT FASHIONABLE PHAETONS, VILLAGE CARTS, : BUGGIES, & SPRING YANS. Inspect before going elsewhere. Very, Lowest Prices for Cash. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. AT THE BENTINCK-ST.JOACH FACTORY. W. P1TTENDRIGH. A. W. AVERT (LATE BUTTEUWOBTH), PREMIER DRUG STORE, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, CGUSULTING CHEMIST. ADVICE GRATIS. SURGICAL DENTIST TEETH PAINLESSLY EXTRACTED. CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, i BATHURST, N.S.W., AUCTIONEERS, And General Agents, VALUATORS. SALES OF FAT STOCK MONDAY & T H U B S D A Y S. STORE STOCK SALES - At the Bathurst Corporation Sale Yards, every WED NESDAY. SALES OF JFARM $ OT&jpJR PjRODUOE AS REQUIRED, at tMr. JSALE Wois, WILLIAM- , ? 'street;...

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

TIMBER YARD. STEAM JOINERY WORKS, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. A large Assortment of all COLONIAL & IMPORTED TIMBERS 1 C - Alw&y^ on hand, as !weli as Turnery, Ladders, Spokes, Naves, Doors, : ':. Sashes, & BuildersV Ironmongery* -;: l ???'?-. AGliNTS W& CLYDE MACHINERY. OHA-FF^OlTTTEBfe & HORSE-WORKS; - 1 All prices to suit purchasers. BUCKEYE BINDERS & MOWERS To be seen at the aboye tfdftress. W. H, HUDSON &jCd.,Bathum.™^

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Rust-proof Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

Rust-proof Wheat. Mr. Charles Delamotte, head teacher of the Public school at Sherbrooke, explains that his successful ex periments in hybridising wheat as a preventive against rust were made with 81 varieties of seed received from the following- sources : — William Farrer, Queanbeyan ; Dr. Bancroft, Brisbane ; Professor Blount, of the Colorado University, U.S.A. ; ?Princi-. pal Thomson, of the Dookie Agricultural College,' Victoria ; and from the principal of the Agricultural . College, Copenhagen. Experiments by others iu this district with wheat supplied by the Government have proved ineffective against the rust. At Shell harbour,however, wheat has been grown successfully this season without any special attention or selection of seed. — Herald, Dec. 5. Mike's New Measure. — A two-foot rule was given to a labourer in a Clyde shipyard to mea sure an iron plate. He not being well up to the use of the rule, after spending a considerable time, returned. ' Now, Mike,' asked the plater,...

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KINDERGARTEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

KINDERGARTEN. ~ What is it ? No parent should remain ignorant of this for five minutes after reading this issue of the Post During last month the various schools anji colleges were closing for tho holidays. By invitatip^ we spent a very pleasant time at Miss Jackson's Kindergarten, Stewart-street. Several ladies aM gentlemen attended, and seemed astonished at the smartness of the little folk, varying in age from fiv| to ten years. The work included paper folding—* forming squares, oblongs, triangles, and what not The youngsters being quite ' at home ' on straigiii lines, obtuse and accute angles, vertical and hori zontal lines. We Also saw the little ones doing stick laying and bead performance. This latter was particularly interesting. A number of beads pf A mixed colours, were put on the table before eaoh child. In turn they had tofcmswer questions as to colour, &c. Then No. X child was told to make a chair with his beads, and sure enough the beads were so placed on the ta...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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A TRIP FOUND PEAK HILL. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

Wk^mmmmim peak tra^. Uyxm0ks of thb Crowd,' (Continued.) At^HouGH I had been on a gold-field before, I had oeTetten on a rush, consequently things appeared a little mely to me, though, as a matter of fact, I Ji||« asen a- thing or two in, my wanderings. Every iSiglit Woulct witness a great congregation of diggers 3n front of the post office, and there the police would maintain order, and insist upon them stringing into pp& litfcle match box of a place a few at a time, and Nrafctf the rash occurred, ejecting them as quickly. Unfortunately for myself, one night I got into the vortex add was carried in and out about three times before I escaped, which I did on the inside. A oouple of singers appeared on the scene during the first week of the rush, and catered for the public taste with such songs as, ' We're bound for the Rash,' 'Tint's trfcen Ton feet Alright,' which greatly pleased the diggers, who freely gave when collectors went round. One part of the township is quite new, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

National per Flour Hills, BATHURST. 'COMPLETE ROLLER SYSTEM.' ALWAYS ON SALE, the well-known brand ' Snow Drift' Roller Flour and all Mill Pio duce, at lowest rates. Wheat bought for Cash in any quantity, delivered at the Mill, or any Railway Station. F. CRAGO ? - Proprietor, cle^ents & McCarthy, BATHURST, NSW., AUCTIONEERS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, VALUATORS. SALES OF FAT STOCK— MONDAY & THURSDAYS. STORE STOCK SALES - At the Bathurst Corporation Sale Yards, every WED NESDAY. SALES OF FARM & OTHER PRODUCE AS REQUIRED, at their SALE ROOMS, WILLIAM STREET. Clearing-out Sales as Required. MADDY, FLEMING, & MOLLISON, (LATE WITH COBB & CO.), COACH, ragfc, CARRIAGE, And BUGGY '^'XBUILDERS,' Keppel Street, Bathurst, * Opposite Dr. Spencer's. JOHN WEAW (Late of Hunter's City Boot Palace) ^Sil HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS ' —IN ? '??'. : ?? -.--?':^OT WILLIAM STREET?;! NEXT DUKE'S HOTEL. , *?« ? ? : t4 VARIED ASSORTMENT OF - ^ BOOTS AND SHOES 1 IN STOOK , -3» LAD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

WADDELL BEOS., W-OOL BROKERS, SHIPPERS, MACHINE SCOURERS, FELLMONGERS, 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 Gash Price given for Wool and Sheepskins in any quantity. Clothing ! Clothing ! 1891. IMPORTANT 'ANNOUNCEMENT ! WE beg to announce that we are alive to the require ments of our clients and the public generally in this Department, and venture to say that we never before submitted a ' Better Stock of Men's, Boys', & Juvenile Clothing than we have at present on view, and most cordially invite inspection, and are quite certain that our customers will endorse these remarks. The first line to introduce to your notice is a Special Purchase of 120 Tweed Sac Suits, Men's^Sizes, from 3's to 7's, at 25/6 I Make no mista...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

PHOTOGRAPHY EXTRAORDINARY ! BEAVIS BROSM THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, HOWICK STREET STUDIOS ONLY. FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY. Patrons ordering— 1 dozen Cabinets will receive 1 dozen Cards gratis i dozen ,, „ „ \ dozen „ gratis . ..-. i dozen „ „ „ i dozen „ gratis 3 Cabinets, 5s.; 1 dozen, 15s. [3:CABINETS, 5/- WLLIAM STREET STUDIOS ONLY. ? I. JDJDiil 11 Mi 0 — 18 THE ? l/flJiaiiiil i UilJllI UKEi osLttLBJx ? ? IN THE— ? ^rtgw T_T AVING the Largest Premises for Furniture, he is enabled to keep a much larger and ? ^» ^^ more varied Stock of J'T NEW & SECONDHAND GOODS iHHE|tJ|j| than any other bouse out of Sydney. ^rjf^O 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. ;^;]Reinember that I strictly adhere to the one Trade, viz., FURNITURE, and my goods can be relied on fjis.fjiYHig I The Greatest Satisfaction to all Buyers. NOTE THE ADDRESS— fc T. BENNETT'S MEAT WESTERN FURNITURE BA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

Agiicultural Implements. 1 NOW that Farmers have succeeded in Farvesting tb.di Crops, ttoey will goon be looking again to the tilling ' ? of the ground ^^ , E. WEBB & CO., ever to the fore in looking after their iatesesta, are are* pared to supply all description** of Ploughs Harrows, &c.,»t VERY LOWEST PftlCES. Hornsby's Single Furrow Ploughs Howard's Single and Double Furrow Ploughs Howard's Digging, Riding, and Gang Ploughs Ransome's Double Furrow Ploughs, with lifting and steering gear. Ransome's Long Handle Double Furrow Ploughs, same as Colonial make Howard's Zigzag & Simplex Harrows Ladow's Disc Harrows Acme Harrows, Pulveriser, Clod Crusher and Leveller Whippletrees— 2, 3, and 4 Horse— both trussed wood and all iron ? E. WEBF& CO., Machinery and Implement Importers. FURNITURE! E. WEBB & CO., DESIBE to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst that they are now going more fully into The General Furnishing Trade, and will be able to execute all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

K-* THURSDAY, JA.StTA.BY 15, 1891. ip ? ; pt The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and %? ,v, iiaring the most extensive circulation of any ^newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an Ife ADVERTISING MEDIUM. P- TERMS OF ADVERTISING : %'&- ?'.' '. a. d f €-?- For th» first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 §-; * each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 | - Advertisements ordered for speoial positions will be ?/ oharged as under : — I \- ' For the 1st inch, or part thereof.... ? 3 0 ;V v each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 I ?- %♦ A Disoount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an f\- Advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid -;.. , for within one month of last insertion.

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BRITISH GAME FOWL CUPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

BRITISH GAME FOWL GUPS. Qua readers may reraeiaber that last season four splendid cups of the value of £6 11s each were sub scribed for by a few British Gaa» Fowl fanciers, for open competition at the Show of the N«w South Walej P., P., C, and D. Society. The gentJemen who subscribed on that occasion were Messrs. U. B. Fairfax. Walter Hope. H. H. Judd, G. Hay ward, G. Hazeltine, Dr. Edmunds, and W. H. Webb. It was left optional with winners to take the money or cup. We are pleased to learn that the prizes got into new hands in every instance, We trust this may act as an incentive to others to join in sub scribing, so that double or treble +he number of last year's contributors may be found. It is proposed that the amounts subscribed shall be divided into four equal sums, and be for open competition at the next show of the New South Wales P., P., 0., and D. Society. Winners may take money or cup : — No. 1 — Cup (or money) for, best imported British game cock or cockerel (any age or c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

C3-. T?«ria:^LX*jSL3xr 4 m$m ^r EIDERS hie best thanks to all his customers1— JW-^'Jg§fi JL ticularly the crowds who thronged the shop during1 -^|^^ the Christmas season—for the liberal patronage 6eBtb#^f^^g| upon him in the new Premises. r % v v ?-v5%^s NEW GOODS, useful and ornamental, now being re. ^1fi9 ceived, and more to follow in a few days. ; , '^wMm PRINTING-. -It is not deemed necessary to say mupJi.'^J^s about this, thb principal branch of the business. TneTfO^';^^^ turned out must and does speak tor itself. ,-i - ' ' ^-T^jBl Large or 8maUj-yd«re tipfortiton and exeoutefl. with tlie J|feb^^i«H despatch, at the lowest remanemtive prloee. mtatnik1mTOSiiiqBkti^H| CurniBhed on appUoatlon, Hiir Strangers *nd ^castwl ooBtomSl*mM^^ kindly bear in mind that dash should aooomptmy *U orders. ? ''^^^^^^^m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

? Roil up and Buy a Buggy 1 OF RUSSELL STREET, THE CELEBRATED FIF[ST-PF}IZE 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! , is ? 6OLONIAL AND AMERICAN BUGGIES, PHAETONS, &c. See the Neat Piano Box Bugg ies ! 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 Prices Economical. * A Great Novelty is the ^^^^^^B^^BH^H|^^^^^S^SB^^^^g^^--j ago. but now the enterprising, energetic, and pushing Iff. jf^ I A^^lv^v^ / TREANOR is on the war path, aud th'se luxuries may be dr' .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^/^\^ZMX^jf enjoyed l»y even a poor man. In the form of a curious com S^^^^^^fl^^^sSPS^^^^^P*^^^^^— »^^ hi nation it is the latest thing on wheels. It can be used as a ? ir ? ? iiTT^3Egy=- — «-- ??=«-*—«—_ _._ DOGCART or BUGGY, or a CARRIAGE, and may be s...

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THE METROPOLIS. SYDNEY, January 10th, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

? ^ ? . THE METROPOLIS. \ FBOM OUR OWN COBBESPOKDENT.] SYDNEY, January ioth, 1891. The gay and festive season has bad its little day, and the digestive organs resumed their natural functions after the unusual strain upon their capacities, caused by goose, turkey, sucking pig, and plum-pudding diet of the merry Christmastide. ?jl- jiL at -i- it *r # * * And I venture to think it was a fairly jolly time that ; Santa Glaus was fully as generous as he has - ever been to his devotees in New South Wales any way, and that there was mere pleasuring than has been witnessed in this pleasure-loving city. * * # # * It was to my mind a grand proof of the wonderful resource of the old colony that, following upon such a prolonged and bitter strike between Labour And Capital, there should have been such a manifestation of prosperity, and a more striking proof still of the wisdom of a fairly equal distribution of wealth as is given here by the high rate of wages and the short hours worked. The worki...

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BEING IDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

pteifpl-TliOBrGHTS OS' AH1 IP?- : :? ;- .'' i&LS FALLOW. srsk ????? . ? ??.? . ? w ON BEING IDLE. | Jfcw this is a subject on which I flatter myself I i£ftlly am au/ott. The gentleman who, when I was ^ j^oung, bathed me at wisdom's font for nine guineas p|^|n— no extras — used to say he never knew a boy i^^li) cduld do lesB work in more time ; and I remember my poor grandmother once incidentally observing, In the course of an instruction upon the use of the prayer-book, that it was highly improbable that I should ever do much'that I ought not to do, but, that she felt convinced beyond a doubt that I should leave undone pretty well everything that I ought to X afe afraid I have somewhat belied half the dear old lady's prophecy.. Heaven help me! I have done a good many things that I ought not to have done, in spite of my laziness. But I have fully confirmed the accuracy of her judgment so far as neglecting much that I ought not to have neglected : is concerned. Idling has alwa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

A visit to Mr. B. Cutler's farm at Raglan, on 17th December, opened our eyes to a considerable extent. We saw there one of the finest crops of wheat that one could wish to «et eyes on. It was as clean as possible, very even, and had fine well filled heads. It is estimated that this crop will yield something over thirty bushels to the acre. Looking round, we found everything was in good order, and there seemed to be a place for everything and everything in that place. New sheds have just been erected, and although the homestead is on the top of a hill, yet we found water laid on to the garden. The farm consisted of some 409 acres. Finding this too small, Mr. Cutler purchased 345 acres adjoining, and he now has 754 acres. He is combining sheep with the farm — a thing we publicly strongly advocated about ten years ago. There were about 4,500 sheep on the farm at the time of our visit. Mr. Cutler 'goes for' mutton, and we can safely say he 'gets' it. Lincolns, and Lincoln crossed with t...

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OUR USEFUL MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

OUR USEFUL MEN. f In these days when the world is travelling at such a ' terrific pace, we cannot do wrong by pausing for a '&,;. short time to consider what our ' people ' are doing. 'i:'- By an oversight we may leave out some of our most | ijweful men. If so, we trust they may not be |P offended. . If in our choice of order, we do not please | ' some, we trust that the arm of Charity will be extended to us, for we can assure all that no offence is intended. Firstly, then, we would mention our lost, but remembered, LORD CARRINGTON, late Governor of this colony. He was a fine noble lord ; a man who understood and did his duty ; was kind and genial, and will be hard to replace. THE PARLIAMENT is exactly what the people have made it — a reflex of our noble selves — some good and some bad, but thank goodness the former prevail, even tho' the latter have made more noise and fuss, and have taken up more space in official records than all the good men's words put together. We now ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

A LADY TYPE-WRITER DESIRES EMPLOYMENT IN BAXHUBSTy £«« ' had experience in Legal work. Application, may fya),

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A GRAND TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

A GRAND TROPHY. Uur readers will please observe the terms aiiii^if conditions of a most handsome trophy that' is^ now on view at E. Webb & Co.'s. This trophjfl^ has been specialty imported by Webb & C&J^|g and is to be presented to the Bathurst A., Hlf ^1; and P. Association for open competition. A§- p| only six kinds need be shown from this list^ ^ every farmer should try to win it. The con-^! ditions are (if approved of by the Committee 6f ' : the Society — ''%'i 1st. The trophy is to be given for the beet collection of ; -farm produce, grown by exhibitor during the 12 months .'^ prior to the 6how at which it is to be exhibited, compris- ^ ing at least six kinds of farm produce, chosen from the ^ \ accompanying list. ~ ::.p 2nd. Trophy to be won twice, that is at two shows, be-;$V: fore becoming property of exhibitor. oj! 3rd Exhibit may be shown in trophy form. ; :| 4th Special entries to be made for all exhibits 'Oom-.'.i-:;^ peting for this prize. Exhibi...

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