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

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

ODDS AND ENDS. Judge Wilkinson has been granted leave of absence to the end of the year. Ninian Melville is against Feder ation on the proposed lines. Many otiiers are ditto. The Fresh Food and Ice Company's head quarters in Sydney contain some thing more dangerous than food. A great explosion took place on 7th inst. causing the death of several men and wounding others. The Railway returns for the past quarter show an increase of £126,362 and the tramways £10,541, The Railway Commissioners have determined to fit the goods trains with automatic air brakes. This is joyful news for those who use our Railways. Had the train that broke away from Raglan a short time since and caused the serious accident at Bathurst, ending fatally to several, been fixed with the^ automatic brake the accident conld not hare happened. Xhe air brake has been attached to the passenger trains for some years. Travellers may have noticed the tube at the ends of the carriages' which conveys the air to the brakes....

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

ODDS AND ENDS. I Bathurst has been very full for the I past month. The Show, the District I Court, the Circuit Court, and the I Western Rifle Association meeting, all I within four weeks, was rather much. The Show was an unprecedented success, the gate money going about £413. The District Court did well. ' The Circuit Court may be de scribed as a success, as the judge and jury were reported to be in accord in every decision but one. The Western Rifle Association meeting was an immense success in every way. All the visitors express satisfaction at the treatment they re- j ceived, and promise to come again next year and bring friends with them. The Dubbo Show was a great success, the horses being reported as j superior to those shown at Bathurst. in the blood horses it is satisfactory to notice that Bathurst horses pull first and second in the chief contest. John Sullivan, Esq., J.P., created a sensation at the Dubbo show with that George-street ' stalker,' Forest King. The Hon. F. B....

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OI1 AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BABIES. Oh yes, I do — I kiow a lot about 'ems I was one myself once — though not long, not so long as my clothes. Tke# were very long, I recollect, and alway. in my way when I wanted to kicfc Why do babies have such yards of un necessary clothiug ? 1b is nofc a riddle^ I really want to know. I never could understand it. Is it that the parents are ashamed of the size of the child, and wish to make believe that it is longer than it actually is ? I asked a/ nurse -once why it wae. She said— *% 'Lor', sir, they always Ji^^ Long clothes, bless their little he%rts^;^ And when I 'exglained^ ;that -!tSp answer, although doing credit to her feeK ings hardly despose^ -)tm|i4!ii^P :..? - -. :^\-;V{*m?:::^$m ? :'????? y-^^'y':-::^^^-^^mm^mmmMk ^P^^^f6a^ronldn*t have 'em in Idtort clothes, poor little dears ? ' And sbe .said it in a tone tbat seemed to imply I had suggested some unmanly ^iSjaee then, I have felt shy at making inquiries on the subject, an...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

M. Pasteur is noted for his ex traordinary absent-mindedness. It is said of him that he would never think of dining unless reminded of the necessity of taking food. Even on the morning of his marriage he forgot all about the approachiug ceremony and went off to his labor atory. The bride and her attendants arrived at the church, but the bride groom failed to make an appearance. A search was instituted, and M. Pasteur was found deep in chemical experiments, and utterly oblivious to the fact .that* he was to be made a Benedict that day. Knowing that many people think that protection on general goods reduces the prices of them, we have taken the trouble to get the prices of one of the largest Melbourne houses to compare with those ruling here. The quotations below are those ruling at the same time at each place. The figures speak for themselves, and it will be seen that in every instance the lines are much cheaper in N.S.W. than in Mel bourne. Now, if a man must pay more for his requir...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

NEB-TOT BOOKS JUST RECEIVED AT G. WHALAN'S, ?ELXliJC*Jr*JCiJui SSI -L «9 JCS^aL JL JtlL wJ JCTtS* X ? A large variety of Popular Works at 6d. and Is. each. Swiss Family Robinson ') Poems of Browning 'j JEsop's Fables p „ „ Burns Gulliver's Travels ' „ „ Eliza Cook § Vicar of Wakefield « „ „ Mrs. Hemans g Robinson Crusoe | - ,, „ Keats ^k ai Palace Beautiful , SQ fl, „ „ Longfellow ^J)Q M Lost Among Africans ^XC hfl „ „ Shelley SUO VUt Album of Animals BUOtVUi -? ^ Scott g Chit Chat Album g „ „ Whittier o For Fortune and Glory £ „ „ Wordsworth w New Children's Album 5 Poets of 19th Century J Polly, a New-fashioned n Poetical Works of Pope, Moore, Girl, &c, &c, &c. J Gray, &c, cloth, gilt, 4s. 6d. each. Marion's Two Homes \ Up the Ladder \ Aunt Tabitha's Waifs Girl with the Golden Maid Marjory Locks In Mischief Again - Wee Willie Winkie Little Flotsam y O« Chip Boy I -jn (\t\ May Cunningham's | ^5S« By Land and Sea / lui vUl Trial ~ Stories of Olden Tim...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Railway Courtesies. Mail [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

Russian Railway Courtesies. Kailway grumblers would have plenty of occupation, where a characteristic instance of Moscovite railroad manage ment is reported from, at Tiflis. Freight train No. 36 arrived from Bakoo at Astafa. 'I he superintendent of the station, examining the train before allowing it to start, heard people talking in a car for combustible materials. He decided that there must be stowaways of thieves there, and ordered the car to be put on a side track and closed up tightly. The inmates begged to be let out, but the natchalnick (station superintendent) was deaf to their prayers. The car was boxed up tightly for 13 hours. At last, when it was opened, nine innocent American pas sengers, one of them a woman, were found in it half dead from want of air, for the cars for combustible materials are air-tight.. The passengers had beenpn* in the car for want of better accom* modation. — Mail.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
One for our Bakers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

One for our Bakers. A little boy enterec^a baker s shop, land asked the shopworn an for two new loaves, laying down fivepence in pay ! ment. I ' You haven't brought enough, my I little man,' said the shopwoman ; f- the [bread has risen a halfpenny.' [i Little boy after^. momej|*s pause : I « That's all my ml#er ga^i^ie. When [did it go up?' ' . / | ' To-day,' replied the shopwoman. [ 'Then, please I'll take two of yes Iterday's bakin',' I Webbs for wedding outfits. I A newly-married couple ri-ling in | a carriage were overturned, whereupon a I bystander said it was ' a shocking sight.' I ' Yes,' said the gentleman — ' to see 4 those just wedded fall out so soon ? „ I 'Will I write out Jimson's bill?' I asked the clrrk. I 'No, I think you had better get it ? printed. Get about a hundred copies I or so ; it'll need that number before he ? pays it, and time and money will be I saved in the end.' I Co-orporation ! — A Danbury doctor has married the daughter of p Danbury undertaker. Too ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

Mrs. Youngwife : ' I want a nice ham, please.' - Shopman : ' Yes, ma'am. I can ''strongly recommend this one; it's well cured.' v Mrs. Youngwife (in alarm) : 'Oh, *? ilpn't give me one tnat has had any ^ tiling the matter with it, even if it ^ is cured now ! Let me have a per liectly healthy one, please!' A large lot of children's Levant E.S. being sold at 3/6, worth 4/6, j Call and see these goods ! E. WEBB and Co. ? '.. . A young fellow, a tinsmith of this town, went to Melbourne. He got a job and not long afterwards his mate went over for a trip, and they had the luck to meet. ' Well, old man, gtfad to see you ; do you want a job ?' said No. 1. Oh, I don't mind,' said No. 2. ' Come along, then,' said No. 1, ' What about the. wages ?' said No. 2, ' Wages here are not as good as they were in New South Wales, as we only get lOd per hour here, and you get 1/. there.' No. 2 : ' What about the ex pense of living V No. 1 : ' Oh, apart ments with board and lodging here cost 20/- per week...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

The editor of a daily paper wjj$*| ' We took a new reporter on* trial 'jj^k terday. H ? went out to hunt for itetWS* and after being away all day returned' with the following, which, he said,' w^i the best he could do : — ' rSM '?Yesterday we saw a sijarht ;wm|Ifptl| froze our blood with horror. A cabi»]^!«f|| ?Irmng down Clark Streot at a ra|||i|gj|| pace, and v*-ry near running over a nii^;§f| and two children. T^here would na^|gS been one of the most heartrending -I catastrophes ever recorded had riot ^#|| nurse, with wonderful forethought, l-^?jj| the children at home before she weujf^ out, and providentially stepped into $y||j chemist's shop jus»t before the ^fc-||| parsed. Then, too the cabman.' jaj0i|| before i caching the crossing, thought l|||^ something he had forgotten and, turning!! about, drove in the opposite direction^ J^| Had it not been for this wonderful 'jcon|||| currence of favouring circumstanr^^^^ doting father, a loving mother, ;'pi^J^ affectionate brothers an...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

ifraiHBELBAJ&BOWS, Hand Trucks and WWs- Weighing Machines. I# 'B.-WBBB ,& CO/.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

Manchester Department. CALICOES, SHEETING, DAMASK, TOWELS, QUILTS, BLANKETS, JSt Special Stocktaking Prices. €ee our CBETONNES for Quantity, Quality, and lownese of price tJABPETS, in endless variety. See our Carpet Showroom for a nice display of New Goods. E. Webb and Co. WEBB'S ? FOE ? FLANNELS f LANNELETTES ! r — : — Don't forget our Men's Heavy Strong Flan nels, 9fd, worth 1/6 ; and a grand line 1/3, worth 1/11 Don't forget our Pink edge Saxony, 1/-, „ worth 1/9 Skm't forget our Saxony Welsh, 1/-, worth 1/8 Don't forget our Scarlet Flannels, from 7£d, equally as good value fielf-coloured Flannelettes, 4$d, worth 7|d |incy Striped „ 4|d worth 8fd Ipfe best line ever seen in Heavy Twilled lt/ Jfoncy Striped Flannelettes, 6Jd worth fn 9§d A special line in Hollands, from 4&d yd. .These Lines »re selling very rapidly. pome Early ! i Come All ! BUGGIES I Mis* BUGGIES I Roll up and Buy a Buggy ! IMC. TREANOR, OF BUSSELL STREET, The celebrated Prize Buggy Haker, Has just return...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BATHURST ELECTION. CONTRADICTION. (To the Editor of the National Advocate.) [COPY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

THE BATHURST ELECTION. CONTRADICTION. VEo the JSditor 4-f the National Advocate.') ['copy.] Sir. — I wish, on behalf of the em k ployees in the establishment of Mr. W. ? JjL Paul, at present a candidate for election as a representative for Bathurst, h- id contradict a statement which appeared U in i Monday's Advocate in the form of a ^ ^Question to this effect : ' Is it true that ^ . the Adostle Paul pays his best man in % the shop 85s. a week ?' I have been ! working for Mr. Paul for the past fifteen fe years, and although a political opponent, being a staunch Protectionist, I cannot allow the statement to go uncontra : dieted. : Mr. Paul pays the highest current rate of wages in the city, and is acknowledged by all in his service to be one of the best - employers of labour in the colony. I lemain, yours, ?- F. W. PEARCE. Concerning Wages.— The Na tional Advocate is a beauty to be com plaining against Mr. Paul. The following letter from the B.F.P. speaks for itself:— ' THAT £2 A WE...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

Wool Goods 1 ^ Wool Goods! ' Wool Goods ! ?'?] Wool Cuffs! Wool Mitts 1 Wool Gaiters J Wool Muffs ! Wool Hoods ! Wool Hats ! Wool Jackets I Wool Petticoats! Wool Cos tumes ! Call and szo. our choice assortment of Wool Goo3s, for ladies' and children's wear, at prices which defy competition. E. Webb & Co., GEORGE STREET. . A little girl, hearing her mother say that she was going into half-; mourning, innocently asiced if any of her relations were half-dead ! ' Mother: 'You should be gen-\ erous, Tommy, and always give your sister halt of what you have.' Tommy : ' Would it be more generous to give her all ?' Mother: 'Of course, my dear boy!' Tommy : ' Then I'll give her all my medicine to-night !' Webb's for wools — 3/1 1 per lb., all colours. Webb's for fur capes — 5/1 1 to 90/ Webb's for muffs — 4/6 to 70/ Webb's for cheap and warm! winter goods. Inspection invited. ] DRESS Department! WEBB'S WONDERFUL BARGAINS ? IN ? DRESSES! Just a few pieces left of our Dress Materials at...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. PAUL'S WORKMEN. (To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

Mr. PAUL'S WORKMEN. (2b the Editor of the Bathunt Free Press.') Sir. — The appended letter 1 toot tc the National Advocate for publication yesterday, but they would not insert it. I consider their first act a piece of un truthful cowardice, and a disgrace to an; respectable journal. F. W. PEARCE.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

®^|-: '1:he most wonderful org^n I : ?m^Ni *** property .-*? private iceman. It had nearly a hundred IJ^icttard ? ' The most wonderful organ pfc*Ver saw was the property of a widow. ^ was her tongue, and it had uo stopB f , . lire. Bliffers : ' Your old friend /|t*S such ft sad face. Why is it ?' V Mr. Bliffers: ** Years ago he proposed ^ to * very beautiful girl, and ? ' t ' Mrs. Bliffers : And she refused him ?' Mr. Bliffers: 'No. She married Stout Party : ' Are you aware, sir, that you deliberately stuck your urn Stella in my ear last evening ?' £ ; Little Bifferton : ' Very careless of Vjhe, 1'ni sure. I wondered what became . q| it, and — would it be too much trouble to ask you to return it ?' ** Hubby, did you post that letter?' u Yes, my dear. Had to run like fury to catch the first post.' ** Why, here it is in your pocket now.' -» Hey 1 Um — a-4-yes, so it is — no, this isn't your letter : this is — that is, this isn't the one you wrote ; this is the ooe* you were going to w...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

WANTED, pENEBAL SERVANT in small family* KJC Comfortable home ; Wages, 12/- Apply* jiving references, ? , MBS.PAT0N, Capertee Stores, Capertee. J

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

furniturM E. WEBB & CO, « DESIRE to inform the .inhabitants /flUM Bathurst that they are now going toore^ll fully, into - V-:-;-£Ms| The General Furnishing a?rad«^s^a and will be able to execute all ori^]|| entrusted to their care in a manner ^m^M will be calculated to inspire VQ0tf&afaw@§| amongst their various friends and consttp^ ;B ante. '?..?* ? ? ?-? ' t fMl Drawing Boom Suites , ,idH Bed Boom Suites , ' . vg| Wardrobes . ' ' . ^ d§M Chests of Drawers ^SH Toilet Pairs . ? tffik Toilet Tables-' ~ . . ' j$B Waahstends . .-...? *J$m Cheffloneers ? - . . :.-'-.*- J;1|| Sideboards . ? ? : . . . tfftS Tables; pinto* ? . ? . - ? VSM Tables, OvalWalnut , ^JH Chairs of all descriptions . mfJll Oouchea, Cretonne t^Mm0ii^^tt£^SsM Whatnots . . ''\-^^^m-,M^SSM GBpsy Tables , '^il^iSfflBI Bedstead* and Bedding ??:, - V ': ^ ?.. ^%«i^^ Spring and wM kinds ^-l^Pm^Lc^QBH Bfeggng Ironmongery of eWy ??^fg

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

HATS! Sb HATS! Special STOCK-TAKING BARGAINS in the above lines! WHO would wear an Old Hat when a New one is to be had for 1/9 Hard Felt Hats by the Thousand, from 5/6, 6/6, 7/6, every shape and color. We don't forget the Boys ! Boys' Hats for 1/3 and 1/7J, all colours, deserve the attention of every Mother. E. WEBB-A CO., Groceries ! Groceries ! Groceries ! JUST LANDED, . A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL GROCERIES, OILMAN'S STORES, &c. All Stock Fresh, New, and of Guaranteed Quality. A Large Consignment of Kerosene Oil, Just to hand, direct from America. ' SYLVAN BUAND,' 14/8 per Case, Net Cash. NOW IS THE TIME FOR CANDLES— Sperms, 6±& per lb Roller Flour at lowest rates, ENGLISH JAMS — Best Assortments,— Raspberry, Black Currant, Apricot, Strawberry Conserve. OATMEAL, Rolled Oats, Germea) Maize M-kl, Farina. TEA 3 ! TEAS 1 TEAS ! from 37/6 per/^chest. ~ ARNOTT'S BISCUITS, fresh every week. FRUITS, Dried & Preserved — English, French, and American PICKLES,...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

Ther Effect of Having a City's Name. Here is an anecdote of the late Lord Glasgow. His lordship was. travelling by rail, and tendered a 'five* ! to the hookinar-clerk for a ticket. I 'Put your Dame on it,' said tbe youth ; and Lord Glasgow endorsed it as requested, and handed the note back. '; Here, lri!_ you stupid man ! ' cried I tbe clerk ; ' I want to know who you I jre, and not where you're going: to.' *j We dare not print Lord Glasgow's /eply.

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