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

E. WEBB &CQi§ HABERDASHERY PRICE LlSfH COTTONS. 'SI Alezanders' Sun Glact-, 200 yds ? 1/- doz, : ^| Brook's Glazed „ ? ]/4£ ,* ' J ^S^ „ Coloured „ ? 1/6 .\ ? . ?S1 „ Machine, 400 yds ... ? 2/6. „ i/| coafs „ „ ? 2yn ;; .. mi CROCHET COTTONS. ^ Brook's Coloured Crochet, in balls ? 2/- doz. l -* Evans' White „ on reels ? 1/1 1 „ , 'i MENDINGS. ^; Snowflake, on 'cards ? 7^d doz. -& Improved Mendinjjs ? 7£d packet ^S Coloured Cotton Mendings ... ? lOJd doz. ,S* „ Saxony ., ? 10£d „ S|| Lisle Thread „ ? 1/3 ., 4«? Silk » ? 3/3 ,r ' -?M Knitting Cotton, Alexanders' ? 2/- 1b. '-,r^& THREADS. IP Superior Linen Thread, 150 yds ? 3d reel -?^t Marchall's „ ,-, No. 35, 2 oz ? 9d „ '-1 \.~$$ Ainsworth's Linen Thread, No. 40, 2 oz. ... 10£d „ ^;st Knox's „ „ ,. ? 1/. l|ti -;$?M Marshall's Linen Thread, in skeins ? 2d „ rf ii; 1 MACHINE SILKS. :S Black and Coloured ... ... „. ..^... ..... i/9^^ : Jg|?|| »» ». ? I/t oz., reels; 6$L% '^pM Crown and Cushion Quality Twist ... ...

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

E. WEKB & CO. Manchester Department] IN THIS DEPARTMENT, as in all others, we buy our STOCK Direct from the Manufacturers and . ♦ FOR CASH, which enables us to Mark SUPERIOR ARTICLES AT VERT REASONABLE PRICES. These Prices can fie seen better in plain everyday Goods, and we would direct th^ reader's attention to the following --mimpratinns ; and a*k all who live in town to come in and inspect them, or, if living in thp country, to Bend for patterns, which wijl be sent per return post free. White Calico. 3£d Grey Calico, 2d White Sheeting, 9±d White Calico, 4d Grey Calico. 2|d White Sheeting, lid White Calico, 4£d Grey Calico, 3d White Shreting, 12Jd Table Damasks, 1/- Cretonnes, U& Ticking, 6£d Tabl? Barnasks, l/l£ Cretonnes. 5|d Ticking, 8Jd Table Damasks, 1/3 Cretonnes, 7£d Ticking, 9J Towels, 3d Quilts, large, 5/11 Turkey Towels, 6d Towels, 4£d Quilts, large, 6/11 ;. Turkey Towels, 7£d Towels, M' ^liiier/laSgeV^/fi ^Turkey Towels,' M r' ~ E. WEBB & CO., GE...

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

RliSlfeAH SILKS, 3/6, 4/6. 6/C . KplMJffi^lILLBN SiLK, 8/6, 4/M« , ' WM^m$%0$& SILK, 2^1, 4/11, 6/6 ^S|:;«iLtfALINB SltKS, 6/6, 6-6, 8/6 MM ^iwmhcb silks, 1/11, 2/11, 8/3 ? K ^qfifflBBBD PONGEE 8jfeE|^/ll, 2/U, 3/L1 fer^pOU|5D SILKS fc || W, Bedweftto 1/11 l^r*/ ' E. wiiB & Go. jl^i:--,. — 4$ THE— ; MESSMAKiHG DEPARTMENT Ipf^lEJi.; WEBB & CO are showing a large and choice ^liJp*- Aajortmeiit of cheap Dress Materials, suitable for #!';,? :.'the'|»re#ent season. mfi^W* Melob & Co. cordially invide all the ladies to look at |f|pKfii#r goods before goiner elsewhere. ||t%'~- ? : ' Look at the Dress Material at 3/6 the dozen iflS^ ' Look at the Dress Material at 2/11 the dozen flfer Look at the Dress Material at 4/1 1 the dozen H? Look at the Dress Material at 6/9 the dozen p ^ Look at the Dress Material at 7/9 the dozen | . Look at the Dress Material at 9/9 the dozen : ' Look at the Dress Material at 10/6 the dozen v\ Look at the Dress Material at 12/- the...

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Phagocytes, or White Blood-corpuscles. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1891

Phagocytes, or White Blood-corpuscles. A health y man is provided in every drop of his blood with a huge standing army of beneficent, but infinitmin ally small entities, which are now called phagocytes, but are really what have been known hitherto as the white corpuscles of the blood. These 'phagocytes are at once the soldiers, constables, and scavengers of the blood. The secret of health is the exclusion or destruction of the microbe or deadly bacillus from the blood. The moment the germ of any disease approaches a blood vessel, the phagocytes swoon down upon him. Everv inch of every blood vessel in our body is ceaselessly patrolled, night and day, by an infinite number of t^ese white phag ocytes. Every moment of our existence, every blood vessel =of^ouH5o2yris -the flceneofa-d«ad43P^foabtle- between the invading bacilli or microbes and the defending phagocytes. Such [s a popular statement of a great scientific theory,; which was the subject of Sir Joseph Lister's address at the re...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

The following announcement would read well in tbe London limes, Bath urst, a rising and flourishing city in Jjfew South Wales, which colony de gnatched the world renowned Soudan Contingent to assist Great Britain in her troubles, is reached from London by *« palace'* steamers, with every luxury on cboard. The spirits of the depressed I rise 50 per cent.! on arriving at the entrance of the magnificent harbour of ? Fort Jackson ; they drop a little at the xnoist and muggy climate of Sydney, but on ' training ' the mountains, fresh vigour seizes the invalid, who feels that he has taken a new lease of his life. Arriving at Bathurst a fresh lease is taken out. He finds himself in a lovely city, with charming red brick residences, relieved with white cement facings, built upon new principles. Every possible luxury awaits him. A School of Arts with thousands of books to read, and a grand hall for entertainments, a Masonic hall equal to anything in the colony, and an Oddfellows' ball that w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

Some Special Uses of tlie ' Sunlight Soap.' — Used in the Dairy it will keep churns, cheese vats, and milk pans beautifully bright and clean. — Used in the Sick Mooniit acts as a Disinfectant — Used in the Stabled vrill fceep manes and tails clean and silky, and heal sores and scratches. —Use it for taking out grease spots, and for keeping linoleums clean and bright. —Use it every where where soap can be used and it will al vrays give satisfaction. — If you prefer to boil the clothes, remember this soap will give better results than any other ; boiling, how ever, is uuneceslary.— Use ' Sunlight Soap ' and yonr clothes will wear much lunger —Use £it for the bath. Doctors recommend it^for Bathing cliildren.~Tl»e Young Ladies' Journal says it is the best for washing line fabrics.— Use it for the toilet aiid it will soften tl» skin as no other 6oap can. and give it a hellthy colour. -When Starching, rub a little ' Sunlight Soap in the Starch, and your linon will be glossier. and mo» ust...

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BEING IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

THE IDLE THOUGHTS M AN IDLE FELLOW, v % ON BEING IN LOVE. You've been in love, of course ! If not ; you've got it to come. Love is like the Cf measles ; we all have to go through it. J Also like the measles, we take it only once. One never need be afraid of w catching it a second time. The raan who has had it oan get into most dangerons places, and play the most foolhardy tricks with perfect safety* He can picnic in shady woods, ramble through leafy aisles, and longer oa mossy seats to watch the suiset. -He fears a quiet country house no more than he would his own club. He can join a family party to go down -flfe'^ Rhine. He can, to free the last of a friend, venture into the very jawgf^p the marriage ceremony itself. He ^'isa*p keep his head through the whirl of * ravishing waltz, and rest afterwards ia a dark conservatory, patching .no thing more lasting than £cpjd. :^fe| can brave a mooniigte^^ ?i .*$§§§ sweet-scented ^^»:^^»Wi pull among the fiom^^^^^Sl HPA» MUng. He can look in...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

Barber : ' Does tW ra^J^H alright?' ? ? ~~ -?'. ^v«§||§ Victim: 'It seems to. ;.13S^^S the third mole you've chipped v:o6p^™ So your intended is reaH3rlp§ beauty, eh?' ' A beauty ? Yes-trj|l§ deed. Why, she even looks hani|£|| some in an amateur photographs Bii ? 2 ? -^:fSfi ? ' ? ? \s,Sf j§! One ton of cool is said to;yid|p§ i o,ooo feet of gas. As coal co^^ about 10/- per ton landed at .vij§3§Jl Bathurst gas works, it is evi4©j#||| that the cost of the gas is i/-;^^SJ 1,000 feet without the cost of 'malnii^S factunngit. ? -V--S0i A report from the Technological! Museum, Sydney, on the wool fronts! some of the ' Springfield' sires^ip^ pears on page 4 of this issue. Nmn]Se|irf| 15.3 is the ram which, as a hogget, ffj won 1st at Blayney, 1 st at OrahgejH? and 1st at Bathurst, in 1890. | % 1 ' Bald-headed men are so nufef merous in Berlin that a male :$ audience in that city is said to loofc^ ^ when viewed from above, like la ^ cobble-stone pavement.' v ; i ' During the performance of...

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WOOL DEPARTMENT. THE TECHNOLOGICAL MUSEUM, Sydney, 3rd Feb., 1891. Report of Wools from Springfield, near Orange, N.S.W.—Executors T. G. Webb, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

WOOL DEPARTMENTf ^ The Technological Museum, Sydney, 3rd Feb., 1891 Report of Wools from Springfield, near Orange, N.S.W.— Executors la^ T. -2, Webb, Esq. These samples have received my care- 1 ful attention, and as requested, give my I opinion as under. They are classified- 1 according to their merits as for manu., 1 facturing purposes. The difference as 1 regards quality is very little- I ' Agitation.' This wool can certainly be placed amongst the superior combings, and it is rarely found in wools of such nice j length, containing also so fine a, fibre. -1 There is a grand lengthy, well -formed: I staple throughout, having density, even- W ness, softness, lustre, is -beautifully.'! elastic, and of a silky texture. As. an high-class wool, is all tliat can be ; desired, a truly noble type of fine; ? combings. ' ? \ 11 Nugget.' [ Is a trifle shorter than previous sample , but is equal in other high classic qualu \ fications, as a superior combing wool/ 1 The staple is full, bold, com...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

The Bathurst Show promises to be a great success. The officers of the Society have been increased, and the new men are all workers, hence bier things are looked for. We know/ X enough of Bathurst to feel that when the people take up anything it is bound to go, :::y Small Brother: ' Where did y^u, - get that cake, Annie?' . :?/:-.. Small Sister : 'Mother gave it to ? me.' ?:? % Small Brother: ' Ah, she always gives you more than me.' ; ? Small Sister : *^ ?Never nrmd ; -bIwV:-^ going to put mustard plasters on us when we go to bed to-night, and I'll ask ' her to let you have the biggest.'' -..-. ; ? If you want a comfortable, good wearing dress, send to Webb's for ? patterns, and self - measurement form. The greatest possible satisr faction has been givn.to hundreds of ladies by this system. . . ; K - The cut and finish of the ready- : made clothing at Webb's surpasses '???'? that of all others. They are made to the firm's special orders, to suit ; the colonial people. . v;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

LENTEN CIRCULAR. , E. WEBB & CO,, \ AS usual, at this particular season of the year, have received ( LARGE SUPPLIES of all descriptions of LENTEN COMMODITIES, and, having purchased well, are in a position to give their many patrons the many advantages derived therefrom. Best SALT SALMON, very time PRESERVED BLOaTKRS Best Shetland-cured LINc FISH, superior FIN DON HADDDOCKS * quality MACKEREL Best Shetland-cured COD FISH, superior CORNISH PILCHARDS quality WHITEBAIT Crosse & Blackwell's FRESH IRISH SAL- COD ROES MON, direct from the River Shan- DRIED SPRATS non. A real treat SARDINES American FRESH SALMON, guaranteed SARDINES in Tomato Sauce quality AMERICAN LOBSTERS' Moir's FRESH HERRINGS KENNE1T OYSTERS Moir's KIPPERED HERRINGS ANCHOVY and BLOATER PASTE Moir's HERRINGS in Tomato Sauce ANCHOVY SAUCE . Moir's FRIED HERRINGS AUSTRALIAN WHITING. Moir's HERRINGS in Shrimp Sauce AUSTRALIAN WHITING in Oyster Moir's RED HERRINGS ' Sauce Moirs HERRINGS a la Sardines AUSTRALI...

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HOW TO JUDGE WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

HOW TO JUDGE WO%gJ An expert gives the ioHowing, oa, r'jfiyp^ ing wool on live sheep : — ' The.*^ii§p|i|j and softest wool is always . iytejMiMm shoulders of the sheep. An expej^li||| iudffing sheep always looks at -the l^SaPl on the shoulders first. Always a«siin^p^ that the wool to b-v inspected is- ,'r€ai^f4:| fine, we first examine tho shoulilerV^^a|f| part where the finest wool is to befo|i|^^ This we take &Va 'standard and ^akip0^^ it with the wool from the ribs, ih^^ji^^M rump, and shoulder parts/ and' t^a^^S the wool from various portions :s ol*PpS animal approaches the standarA-Af^ better. Firsit we .scrutinize 'tliG%p|g|jl and if the result is satisfactory %?;?^^^ nounce the' fleece in respect to '.h^^MM very even. Next ' we ' scrutini|lf^^ffl length of the staple, and .we W9^9HHI the wool on the ribs, tjhigh, .an|p^H appoximates reasonably iu lengtiiS^^S of our standard ; we again deqilr^^^p fleece, as regards length of ?fila^i^|f^|j and even.'' We next satisfy pu...

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Shropshire-down Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

Shropshire-down Sheep. IiIr. C. J. West, of Euarra, Brewongle, | has been breeding Shropshire - down i sheep for many years past, and has always found a ready sale for young; rams. Last year the enquiries greatly exceeded the demand, and all' the rains on hand are already sold for .delivery when fit. For the benefit of those of our readers who may not know i much about these valuable sheep, we ; may say that they are fine compact animals, which come to maturity very i early, and fatten easily. One great Advantage in them is, that when ' fattening it is put on is layers mixed ??. the lean, and hence is first-class mutton, j Also, unlike many other large framed; sheep the superior quality of the mutton i ?is maintained even in the aged animals. ' For crossing purposes numerous resi- ! dents hare found these rams nick j wonderfully with the merino, giving '? good early maturing lambs, which are much sought after by the buffers. ! Mr. C. J. West recently importeerj from tSotuh Australia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

USE Beer's New South 'Wales Oint ment. USB Beer's New South Wales Oint ment. USE Beer's Naw South Wales Oint ment It is the best known Remedy. It is the best known Remedy. It is the best known Remedy —ron— Sore Eyes, Burns, Scalds, SORES, WOUNDS, CUTS, BRUISES, CORNS, CHILBLAINS, Ulcerations on Children, and, indeed, all Skin Diseases. Numerous Testimonials ! Numerous Testimonials ! Price i/- per Pot. Price i/- per Pot. Procurable from all Storekeepers and Chemists, and wholesale from Messrs. MSLIOTT tiltOS , Limited. Sydney, or the Proprietor. ROBERT BEER, Batlmrst. Posted to any address, 1/2. Over a Century of Public Favour. Manufacturers of the well-known Boar's Head Croohet ?E*-e-_e;-1-_at? Are now Selling in this Market 200 yds. Patent Glace Sewing Thread 400 yds. Six Cord Machine Cotton. Also, White Crochet Balls, & Colored Maltese Thread in Balls. ASK YOUR DRAPER FOR SAMPLES. WHEN BUYING NEEDLES SEE THAT THEY ARE POESIEUKIS & SONS' ATENTLY WRAPPED ACKETS ECO-E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

Algernon : 'Tommy, do you think your sister would marry me ? ' Tommy : ' Yes, she'd marry almost anybody from what she said to ma/' A Fair Warning.— Tailor(to shop boy) : ' Well, did the editor of the Blow gun pay you the account for his suit I ' Boy : ko, sir. He says you will find it in plain letters over his editorial col umn that he does not bind himself to pay for, or return, any articles sent to him ! ' Mrs. Young : ' I'm afraid Btfi husband is killing himself with over work.' ? '-.,- . Mrs. Old: 'How is that?' , Mrs. Young : ' Why, when we. were first married he always got home, fj»Jj the office at five, and »ow he's oum keptiintiitienT' j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

We direct the attention of our readers to the report, on page 4, from Tech nological Museum, of a ' Springfield ' rani's fleece, No. 15.3, which says that, 'as a kind handling wool, free and i^ound, there is not a better in the ^usenm.' It :was this rain that won 3it at Blayney, 1st at Orange, and 1st ;*t Bathurst, last year. fc^uperior Belly Wools. — The PP&cluding paragraph in the official report on these (on page 4) must be very gratifyingto all interested in the ' Spring field ' flock. It reads thus :— ' These are really good, especially that from * Agitation :' all are well grown, very dense, and if required would comb. Such results are hot found in many flocks.' On the first page is a very interesting account of. Mr. C. J. West's superior flock of Shropshire -down sheep, our readers will please look for same. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

WADDBLL BROS., WOOL * BROKERS, SHIPPERS, ]Vlach.ine Scourers, Fellmongers, -&c-, RANKEN ST., BATHURST. ♦?» ? - THESE WORKS are now repletejwith one of the most exten sive 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. BUGGIES ! JBfe& BUGGIES I Roll up and Buy a Buggy I IMC. TIWBAlXrOIR,, OF RUSSELL STREET, The celebrated 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 ? IN ? COLONIAL AND AMERICAN BUGGIES, PHAETONS,&c. See ttie Neat Piailo Bo:& 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 Prices...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

New South Wales Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Dog Society's Kennel Club. PEDIGREE CERTIFICATE. MOLKE YOUNG BERNARD s I I VENUS -Sire BRUNO { I BERNARD YOUNG MONA -^ 5 ! EDITH LEO I I €HAMPI0N AVALANCHE I Dam NELL \ I I I MONT IDA t -J BEAUTY Stud Book No. 2650. ' ' Born, 8th May, 1889. Colour— Dark orange, tawny white nose, collar, chest, and nose, and paws and tip of tail, Breeder — Chas. Ringwood. Owner— A. W. Avery. I certify that the above is a true copy of the pedigree of the rough-coated St. Bernard dog — ' Leon ' — as recorded in the books at the Kennel Club. (Signed) A. G. GRAY, Secretary. PHOTOGRAPHYJXTRAORDINARY ! BEAVIS BROS., THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, HOWICK STREET STUDIOS ONLY. FOR A. SHORT SEASON ONLY. Patrons ordering:— 1 dozen Cabinets will reoeiye. % 4P?eii Cards gratis ^ dozen ,, „ „ \ dozen „ ' gratis i dozen „ „ „ i dozen „ gratis 3 CABINETS, 5s; 1 Dozen, 15s. 3 CABINETS, 5/- WILLIAM STREET STUDIOS ONLY. T.BENNETT'S ? IS THE ? CHEAPEST FURNITURE BAZAAR WESTERN DI...

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THE METROPOLIS. SYDNEY, January 10th, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 February 1891

^^fS^METROPOLIS. Tfrom oxje own correspondent.] v SYDNEY, January loth, 1891. 1$ must have been some such a month for news down in the land of Judah, 43 the one past, when ' The Preacher' .declared, after much deliberate examin ation of things in general, ' there is no ' siew thing under the sun ; consequently 5t seems natural for an ' idle fellow to fall into a moralising vein, but even when one sits down to that he is re minded that it has been much better 4one thousands of years ago than he -5$ui even jhope to voice or write it, and 50 one comes back to the above mentioned question, and to the nielan , wholly recollection that even in that ?period it was said, 'of making many tyioks there is no end,' and coming ' ^ack with a sigh just spares his readers and himself any extra *' weariness of the flesh,' and once more resumes the pen to sketch a few of the passing .events in the harbour city. * * ♦ ' ' However, there is some excuse for my thoughts going wool gnthering this month, f...

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