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

I ————— Some Special Uses of the ** Sunlight [Soap.' — Used in the Dairy it will keep 1 churns, cheese vals. and milk pans beautifully I 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, Und heal sores and scratches.— Use it for | taking out, grease spots, and for keeping /linoleums clean and bright. -Use it every |i where where soap can be used and it will al I ways give satisfaction.— If you prefer to boil [the clothes, remember this soap will give I tetter results than any other ; boiling, how l:*ver, is unnecessary.— Use ' Sunlight Soap ' and your ['lathes will wear much longer.—TJee it for the bath, iwstorB recommend it for Bathing children.— The \mng ladies' Journal says it is the best for washing /fine fabrics.- Use it for the toilet and it will soften the |«dn as no other soap can, and give it a hellthy colour. I pwhen starching, rub a little ' Sunlight Soap' l'« the Starch, and your line...

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

WESTERN WAREHOUSE. p*^J^g. LADIES ! You can see a Splendid Assortment of V2^^ EVENING SHOES at WEBB'S. p£'| LADIES' HIGH - LEG BUTTON BOOTS at M . WEBB'S ( ^&Nv a sPecia^ty* ^ large number of Medium Leg YJ^^Sl^ Goods for Sale Cheap, Call early and see these. twl Ladies' Glace E. S. Boots, ?A JUST OPENED, / INk A Beantifiillot of NEW CHOICE GOODS from \jf'g^^ the Best Makers.. \j^— - Prices, from ? 4/11 to 21/ ^A MEN'S BOOTS. ^HBF CHEAP & GOOD. ?^flfti NEW LINES JUST OPDNED. jB^SjSjigfk ^u^ to tne Latest Patterns, and most j^^BBBI|flflBMW comfortable. ^Jp^^^^BB^^^ Fine Stout Goods for the wet weather. We have much pleasure in informing /jiiSllfe} the Public that i^P^^J^ WE HAVE JUST OPENED W^J/ a Good Assortment of the Newest A ^T^ and Best Makes of /tir^ fl^fe LADIES' & CHILDREN'S If _ J| \ eoRSETS. /ttHK\ Amongst them is a Special Line, THE V v^^ffl™^(?/ / POPULARO. in Black, Grey, & White, /^^BK^kM at 5/9, 6/9, 7/6, and 8/6 -noted for its ^ -IHP^mMf...

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THE METROPOLIS. Sydney, 10th Jane, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

THE METROPOLIS. Ffrom our own correspondent.] Sydney, 10th June, 1891. The political atmosphere is as disturbed as the meteorological barometer while I am writing, and it would be but a little less safe to prognosticate exact results for politics than for weather. Still there are in the former well defined principles that make it incumbent upon us to believe that In spite of rock, and tempest's roar, In spite of false lights on the shore, the gr^at heart of the masses of our people Is still for freedom, for liberty rather than for bonds and slavery, that despite the many side issues that surround the present contest the result Will be to still entrust the destinies of our colony to those who have, humanly speaking, done, on the whole, really well . for the best interests of the country, and hare at any rate maintained their offices in good repute, and with a standard of respectability never excelled, as a team, in the history of the country. That ; many of ns have seriously difiEere...

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A TRIP ROUND PEAK HILL (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

ATRIP ROUND PEAK HIL£ By 'One op the Ceowd.' {Concluded.) After spending a considerable time at the Peak, observing the ways and manners of the diggers (as I might say) in their own particular home, I he&a.n to reel a longing tor tfathurst, and' civiliaztion once more, and so after due deliberation determined to return via Dubbo, as I wished to see the place where the then recent murder had been committed, for which Lars Peter Han son has just ascended the scaffold and expiated his crime. On the following Saturday afternoon I engaged a seat in the machine they call (by courtsey) a ' coach,' and after due preparation which included leave taking and packing, I ascended to my seat and away we bowled behind three horses which were not of the best by any means, they being far inferior to the nags used between the Peak and Molong. How ever, the road is both shorter and better than the Molong road, so I suppose that accounts for it. As we gradually lost sight of the Peak I felt con...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1891

;*HE ELECTIONS. JJtasY thought that the salary of $300 per annum was sufficient to make our members of Parliament hang on as lone as possible. We are glad to know that such, however, has proved to be .incorrect, and that our representatives have sufficient respect for themselves Iiot to endeavour to keep Parliament fitting merely for the sake of the pay ment. We have a idea that Sir Henry Parkes *' courted' a defeat. His ma jority in the House was so small that important matters could not be dealt with, and rather than have the sides working when so closely matched, he considered it best to go to the country, and accept the decision of the people. We doubt mucii if a more favourable ,iime could have been chosen for an ap peal to the country. Almost every thing is in favour of freetrade just now as opposed to protection. Thanks to the cablegrams we are now 'in touch' with the world, and all . their trouble* and pleasures reach our shores only a few hours after they .happen. That harc...

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

THE BURNING QUESTION OF THE DAT ? IS ? THE COMING ELECTION. But the Greatest and Most Important concerning our own District and its Inhabitants is, WHERE IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE IN BATHURST TO FURNISH OUR HOMES AT, TO MAKE THEM COMFORTABLE AND AT THE . LEAST EXPENSE ? This question is answered very quickly by any one who has paid a visit to THOMAS BENNETT'S WAREHOUSE In Russell and Bentinck Streets, Where is to be found a very Large and Varied Stock of Goods, and at prices which other Houses cannot compete with. T. B does not advertise prices, but leaves it to those who favour him with a visit to prove for themselves the truth of hife statement. His TIME-PAYMENT SYSTEM, which has been carried on for so long, and proved so beneficial to those who avail them selves of his moderate terms, will be sufficient guarantee of the confidence the public place in him ; and the various articles ot Second-hand Goods which he is able to purchase, makes his Establishment the Noted House in t...

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

'VOVES ? FOR ? W.H.PAUL FREETRADE STRAIGHT-GOER discovered them with the aid of a black tracker whom we could see a little way in the bush searching for other relics. The sergernt allowed us to have a good look at the articles with the hope of discovering some one who might recog nise them, but without avail, as no one had seen them before. After considerable talk and inspection, we proceeded on our way somewhat saddened by thoughts which this crime of such close proximity brought clearer home to us than if it Jiad occurred, at a distance. After passing through some veiy pretty bush and scrubby country, we gradually began to get among the culti vations, and towards the eni of the afternoon arrived on the outskirts of Dubbo, 'which we found to be very nicely laid out, with good wide streets, over which we bowled along to the railway station. After securing our luggage, a fellow passenger and myself employed the time in inspecting the town, and the first thing that struck us, was the ...

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

©LOTH I NOeLOTH I N-S. IN order to keep pace with the GROWING DEM VND for GOODS in this Dapartnmnt, we have considerably increased our Shipm tats and Purchase, and h«*ve now to offer *to our numerous clients and pations one of the CHEAPEST, MOST FASHIONABLE' and BEST ASSORTED STOCKS of Men's, Boys', and Juvenile Clothing that it has been our lot to show, including Overcoats, Mackintoshes in great variety, Men's and Boys1 Sac Suits, Maritime and Colville Suits. Herewith we show a plate of our /\J*/ ^~\ Maritime Suit, which we' can do in Navy Blue Serge, Coloured Serge I \jZr I 4. I rette & Black Corkscrew Drawing Room suit, which is a real I Jr*v \\\ I little gentleman's Suit, — ? /LJfc^/ ~ ? WKBB'S SERGERETTE ^|^ 1 MARITIME SUIT. . WEBB'S NAVY SERGE IV / MARITIME SUIT. And here, again, we have the little Tweed Colville Suite in Kaiapoi, Geelong, and English Tweeds, in Smart Fashionable Cut. at Times' Prices, from 3/6. gf /YT\ * m ^ s ^ (/ : j » » M-l ? m ' v — i f^\ 1 CD V- ...

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

Pink-eye Conquered by Stan ley's Artificial Food.— -Adminis- ter £-pint to a pint of raw linseed oil; when the purging has ceased, give drenches of Stanley's Food. Mix one measure of the Food in a quart sf water, boil for 25 minutes, and sjive when cool enough. The drench may be given from once to three times a day. When Lord Beaconsfield was Prime Minister, he was walking down Bond-street arm-in-arm with Baron Rothschild. The latter was invariably shabbily dressed, and Looked anything but a millionare. Someone who saw the pair said to a man of the Hebrew persuasion, who was standing at a shop dooi-- ' Who is that shabby-looking maul with Lord Beaconsfield ?' 1 ' There go the cleverest man Jo I England , and the x£ehe^ man -;M England, and,' he added witb||l chuckle, ' they are both Jews.' Si

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

pjflferat first f^C MftffDAY, JUNE 16, 1891. ?.-.«**

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

li^helbfcal sheep market has been l&ecidedly flat. Good store wethers Igire nominally worth y/-, 6 months ; J^hile others are selling as low as ? *fi/6. If the weather will take up a 'bit, no doubt an advance on these ; jates may be looked for, as the wool i£s now a consideration. ^ The Sydney sheep market has f been bad. Prices for wethers from r Newbridge being 5/6, and ewes 4/7 I to 5/4- The expenses must be f about 1/3 per head, hence the return bis very low; Unless sheep are in I good buckle indeed, it does not pay Fjtosend to Homebush. The best guide for our readers of how the Sydney I market stands is to give the average price for sheep of certain weights. The Sydney Stock aud Station Journal quotes prices for June nth, as fol lows: — '501b wethers, with good '1 skins (not late shorn) are worth 9/- ; *6lb wethers, with good skins, are Srorth from 11/- to 11/6.' The expenses from Bathurst in truck loads comes out at about 1/2 per head, hence our sheep men must deduct t...

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SOME INTERESTING EXTRACTS FROM THE "LIVE STOCK JOURNAL." [7TH NOVEMBER, 1890.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

SOME INTERESTING EXTRACTS FROM THE ' LIVE STOCK JOURNAL.' [7th Noyembeb, 1890.3 Few breeds of sheep have grown more in popular favour, or have shown a greater improvement during the last twenty years, than the Border Leicesters. Well known and highly appreciated as Border Leicesters un doubtedly have been in many localities for a great length of time, it is only within the last twenty or thirty years that their merits have received that general appreciation which they deserved, and during this period the breed has increased in favour with breeders south of the Border, and the last few years the popularity it has achieved has been most marked. They are big well-grown sheep, level on the neck, with good backs and lengthy quarters, deep breasted and full of mutton where mutton is bent. The general average of lambs is over one and-a-half per ewe, a fact that speaks for itself. I [6th June, 1891.] I THE BORDER LEICESTER LAMBING SEASON, I Mr. Matthew Ridley, Peel Well, Haddon 1 Bridge on ...

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THE METROPOLIS. Sydney, 9th July, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

fftilfc METROPOLIS. fFftOM OUR OWK CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 9th July, 1891. mlEALL never forget my first camping-out ex flwience in sunny New South Wales. The ^tojclteVous was Narrabeen's Salt Lake, the Ipme, Ohristmas holidays; and to avoid the ^pteatjjwe arranged to go to Manly by the mid ^&|^ht'boat, and walk by moonlight to Narra jI|||§U| but 'the best concerted schemes,' &c. ®mNb^ we had got about a mile out of Manly, flll^ftnse fog enveloped us, and we lost the plpkck and wandered about for several hours, pp^netimes on the road and as often off it ; at ipllttVtired Nature asserted herself, and we pfpread our blankets on the roadside, and had |-^fiiiiiour or two's fitful slumber, and then once ^|Bttrft;g6t 'under weigh,' guided mainly by Ifglp^roar of the Tasman Sea— note the new M|riWP df die Pacific, please ;— at any rate, after I ! Walking until nearly daybreak, we came across ^&^tent, pitched by the side of a purling stream, Mu|t discerning a figure t...

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

MADDY, FLEMING, & MOLLISflT Latb with Cobb k Co., Coach, Mfcr^frrtbl*-'-: and Buggy JHgSrBuildcr8* Keppel Street, BatHurst,

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

©LOTH I NOeLOTH I N Q. IN order to keep pace with the GROWING DEMAND for GOODS in this Department, we hare considerably increased our Shipments and Purchases, and have now tg. offer to our numerous clients and patrons one of the CHEAPEST, MOST FASHIONABLE' and BEST ASSORTED STOCKS of Men's, Boys', and Juvenile Clothing that it has been our lot to show, including Overcoats, Mackintoshes in great variety, Men's and .Boys' Sac Suits, Maritime and Colville Suits. Herewith we show a plate of our S* /£/ ^^\ Maritime Suit, which we can do in Navy Blue Serge, Coloured Serge I \ ^r i I rette & Black Corkscrew Drawing Boom suit, which is a real I J S f^ I little gentleman's Suit, WEBB'S SBBGERETTE ^T ] MARITIME SUIT. WEBB'S NAVY SERGE \ \ / MARITIME SUIT. WEBB'S CORKSCREW r v/ DRAWING ROOM SUITS. And here, again, we have the little Tweed Colville Suite in Kaiapoi, Geelong, and English Tweeds, in Smart Fashionable Cut. at Times' Prices, from 3/6. £ S -? (4 ????!? ? w r'1 ? cd I Y w 8 -...

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

Farmers, keep this Ir^a er is at his wits end often to know wlilt -WM to do with his crop when rust is about. 4|1 Some try and cut it for hay, ?but at ; ifjM makes bad hay, and is often refused % i^ stock. Many let the grain take '.1*i V||j chance, and they get a lot of pinched ,;;|8| stuff which the miUer does not fike, to ^ often, out of sheer good nature, takes. ^Hl We have frequently heard of the idea ^M mentioned below, and give it f or the -??. JM benefit of our farmers, and 'trust tljey 'j will keep this paragraph, as it mustoome .:.'i|9 in handy some day : — ' y'f ':^;QM Rust in Wheat.— While much £s being ;#m said about rust (says the ? AiutraUtUx^, ;Mim there is very little yet known which practi- :;^§m cally assists the farmer to escape the lossei ^ .$m which it brings upon him. There is oae-flBfr^^a portant fact, however, which, having .?wBfl»i2^| recently discovered, is not as generallykapwa -'tmi as it ought to be, and that is, that a ^at ;|!| j deal can be done toward...

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Worm and Fluke in Sheep. To the Editor of the Australasian. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

Worm and Fluke in Sheep. To tJie Editor of the Australasian. Sir,— with regard to ' Flockmaster's ' letter in your issue of the 13th inst., and my having constantly used the Ameri can sheep 'lick,' composed of lime sulphur, resin, and salt, I beg to state that, except in the case of weaners, I have adhered to the quantities men tioned in the recipe, I have not observed any injurious effects, either internally oi in the growth of the wool ; in fact, quite the reverse. As younger sheep do not take readily to the mixture, I am in the habit of adding Liverpool or Ade laide salt to the amount of twice or three times the compound. The only doubt that might arise as to the. yalue of tbis medicine is, as ^Flockmaster' suggests, in the Urge qtiftntity of air-slaked lime prescribed. But the author of the recipe, Mr. G. B. Bothwell, of Brecken ridge, is known to have used it success fully for 15 years. I have no hesitation in saying that a ' lick,' composed of equal parts of gen tian, ginger, ...

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

Amongst the buyers at the Sydney sheep sales we were pleased to find the Messrs. W. and J. Lee operated freely. They secured some excellent rams from ijhe celebrated Collaroy Company. Their purchases were, 1 ram each 100 guineas, 50, 60, 40, 13, 31, and 11 guineas. The ^ame gentlemen pnrchased from Mr. James Lee's selection, securing 1 each, at 35 and 25 guineas. * * Messrs. Wilson & Hopkins -were the largest buyers of the lot sold ty Executors of the late T. G. Webb. They secured 1 ram at 15 guineas, 1 at 10, 4 at 8, and 2 st 6 guineas. 41 * Many persons have noticed those fine (bold posters about town, directing atten tion to Webb's stocktaking sale. They i are the work of a well-known painter in ^Bathurst. Machinery does much, but Mr. Hansard is not going to let it do all the igood posters for Bathurst. Good News*for Bathurst.— JReport says that some few months since the Government gave notice that the ipolice paddock would be required for rail way purposes. And we are in...

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Star Thistles. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

Star Thistles. Putting the star thistle into an Act of Parliament will do do good until some effectual method is lound for destroying it. Upon cultivated land, or upon land that can be profitably caltivated, tbe x matter is simple enough, far cultivation ' will destroy the thistle. But the weed, is takiug possession of thousands of acres' of grazing land which practically ennnpfc , be cultivated. A Northern faiuiet cannot put the whole of his land under^ . cultivation, and he wants to know hp/fr,-; to get rid of the thistle, which is taking; 1 possession of his grazing land. It #JSwfe: been found that success can be attained v-: by cutting the thistles at a particular' :* stage. If cut too early they make more numerous heads, and if cut too late $b© seed is already formed. The proper stage is just as the flower appear?, and from this time until the seed is formed is not more than three weeks. The dis semination of this knowledge and any other facts which may be available upon the su...

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

E/ WEBB & CO. HAVB THE LAK0BST- ^ST^ffi?klCNTDOFCHIIAPBST ST0CKIN THE STOVES, RANGES, & GRATES. « HOLD IT STEADY, MARIA, TILL I GET THE OTHER LENGTH.' ENGLISH, AMERICAN, and COLONIAL MANUFACTURES are always represented, and customers hare no difficulty in making their selections.. | STOVE PIPES BRICKS, and FITTINGS of all descriptions kept on hand. I E. WEBB &CO., Importers, BATHURSt. THE 'SHIELD 'JMING POWDER. Ttie best in the Marlce.t. TTAS tfO EQUAL FOR MAKING BREAD, TEA CAKES, XA PASTRY, PUDDINGS, &c. Wholesale by E. WEBB & CO. W. J1TE FREEMAN, Late of Jaye & Freeman, LICENSED mm ai GASfim, Tinsmith and Ironworker, HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS IN Webb's Buildings, GEORGE STREET, And hopes, by Good Workmanship, Mode rate Charges, and strict attention to business, to retain the confidence of his numerous customers. ONLY ONeTdDRESS— GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. National Roller Flour Kills BATHURST. 'Complete Roller System.' ALWAYS ON SALE, the ...

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