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

HATS,! £k HATS! HATS! Special STOCK-TAKING BARGAINS in the above lines I 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 I and color. We don't forget the Boys I Boys' Hats for 1/3 and ]/7|, all colours, deserve the attention of every Mother. E. WEBB & CO., I Groceries ! Groceries! Groceries! JUST LANDED, I A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL I GROCERIES, OILMAN'S STORES, &c. I AH Stock Fresh, New, and of Guaranteed Quality. I A Large Consignment of Kerosene Oil, I Just to hand, direct from America. I 'SYLVAN BRAND,' 14/8 per Case, Net Cash. ? NOW IS THE TIME FOR CANDLES— Sperms, 6^d per lb I Roller Flour at lowest rates. I ENGLISH JAMS — Best Assortments,— Raspberry, Black I Currant, Apricot, Strawberry Conserve. I OATMEAL, 'Rolled Oats, Germea, Maize Meal, Farina. I TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS ! from 37/6 per |-chest. I ARNOTT'S BISCUITS, fresh every week. FRUITS, Dried & Preserved— Englis...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tanning Opossum Skins. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1891

Tanning Opossum Skins. ?A; trade Authority has favoured us with the following : — ' To Tan Opossum skins. — Nail the skins out in a shady idace. stretching* them most at the fore ;; 'part, so that they may dry nearly square, f On no account dry them in the sun or * ; before a fire. WJien dry soak in water , lor two days, but take out and replace 1 them several times while in soak. After two days scrape off all fat and flesh from -the pelt with a blunt knife. A tanner's fleshing board is concave, but an amatuer .' will find a slab split from the out side 0f a log answer his purposee fairly well. - When the skin is fleshed, pull out as sguarely as possible. Make a decoction of wattle-bark about the colour of a weak cup of tea, and place the fleshed skins therein, lifting them in and out say thrte times the first day, at the end of which time the pelts will have absorbed the tan liquor and left only dirty water. Add some stronger tan liquor, and leave the skins in for two days more. Li...

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON "FURNISHED APARTMENTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1891

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON 'FURNISHED APARTMENTS.' » ' Oh, you have some rooms to let.'* « Mother I ' « Well, what Is it ? ' ' 'Ere's a gentleman about the rooms.' ' Ask 'im in. I'll be up in a minute.'' ' Will yer step inside, sir ? Mother'll be up in a minute.' So you step inside, and, after a minute, ' mother ' comes slowly up the kitchen stairs, untying her apron as she comes, and calling down instructions to some one below about the potatoes. ' Good morning, sir,' says ' mother,1' with a washed out smile; 'will you step this way, pleape ?' 'Oh, it's hardly worth while my coming up,' you say ; ' what sort of rooms are they, and how much ? ' ' Well,' says the landlady, 'if you'll step upstai/s, I'll show them to you.' So, with a protesting murmur, meant to imply that any waste of time com plained of hereafter- must not be laid to your charge, you follow ' mother ' upstairs. At the first landing, you run against a pail and a broom, whereupon ' mother' expatiates upon ...

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

f--»»j^h |?LA1-EES 1 £? Y||i ||p gee* Splendid Assortinent oft r&* LADIES' HIGH -LEG BUTTON BOOTS k If WEBB'S -%\. a speciality. A large number of Medium Leg YT^*^-^ Goods &r Sale Cheap, Call early and see these. \tatf- Ladies' Glace E. S. Boots* ]Wm JUST OPENED, / 1%. A Beautiful lot of NEW CHOICE GOODS from lx^»^^^ fchs Best Makers.. xT^--— - Prices, from ? 4/11 to 21/ ?mA MEN'S BOOTS. ?B CHEAP & GOOD. IpBflL NEW LINES JUST OPDNED. ^^^^^^. Cut to tlle Latest Patterns, and most MBjjMlfcM ' comfortable. US ^^SffiUlflHP^ Fine Stout Goods for the wet weather. We have much pleasure in informing ^f^fflS^ the Public that BpfS WE HAVE JUST OPENED T^7 a Good Assortment of the Newest 1 ^C and Best Makes of /£r^ j?!^%i LADIES' & CHILDREN'S /f ^fc, 1. ©ORSETb. MM Amongst them is a Special Line, THE \\H^J / POPULARO. in Black, Grey, & White, r^aHHftJ at 5/9, 6/9, 7/6, and S/6-noted for its \% H^lW perfect fit and durability. If^p^ \ f Millinery Departmen...

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

The conversation turned upon aged people. 'My grandfather,' said Johnson, 'died Ut the age of ninety-four.' I ' My grandmother was one hundred and [three when she died,' remarked Bobbinson. I w And in mv family.'' put in Dobbinson, l&otto be outdone in boasting, ' are several pho ain't dead yet.' I, At court a lawyer pleaded his client's [Miotcy in defence. I The Counsel : Gentlemen of the jury, you l*ee before you in the dock an idiot, a miser able idiot, who ? ' I The Client (interrupting) : 'Hold on, fold on, don't put it so strong as that.' I The Connsel (triumphantly) : ' There, ll^tlemen, can you doubt it? He inter ItytB me.'

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Never Forget. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1891

Never Forget. That the enemy of man is man. That the fairest flowers fade the soonest. That knowledge leaves no room for chances. That pride is never so offensive as when in chains. That a sealskin sacque does not always keep the heart warm. That when men are lonely they stoop to any companionship. That an open enemy is to be respected, a secret one to be suspected. That the pure worship of a pure heart is an inspiration and a song. That there may be loyalty without love, but never love without loyalty. That the finest-feeling velvety paws of the kitten often cover' the sharpest claws. That death is a sleepless messenger and life a wakeful handmaid of creation. That ' doing as well as you know how ' is all right if you always know how to do well. Never Leave your Gates Open ! Many a time a beautiful garden has been spoiled through the gate being left open. Sheep have been boxed, cattle and horses have been mixed, and no end of trouble has followed. Wishing to save our residents as m...

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

fljsici^pici -THE CHEAPEST HOUSE for PIANOS I ORGANS, and ALL KINDS of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PIANOS, from £10 upwards, on easy terms ORGANS, from £9 upwards „ „ CONCERTINAS, from 4/6 VIOLINS, from 10/ I A000RDEONS, from 7/6 I MUSIC, from 6d. a copy, and sent post free VIOLIN STRINGS, reliable and good 2/- the set, post free. TUNING & REPAIRING. A. speciality made in this line, and no matter how dilapidated the Instrument, we under Itake to make a thorough and Permanent Repair at Lowest Prices. EXPERIENCED TUNERS SENT, REGULAELT TO THE COUNTRY DISTRICTS, Highest Class Workmanship Guaranteed. sladT* co., MUSIC DEPOT, GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. A desirable possession for wives and mothers? Then remember that Willcox & Gibbs Autj matic Sewing Machine is the only one that can be used without serious risk to health. E. WEBB & Co., Local Agents. FURNITURE ! E. WEBB & CO., DESIRE to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst that they are now going more fully iato The G...

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

SPRING! .''* Beautiful Spring ! HTHE SPRING SEASON is with -*- us, with all its delight and attrac tions, and, as usual, E. WEBB & CO. are first to show New&GhoiceSpringGoods The Drapery Department is con verted into ONE MASSIVE SHOW ROOM, wherein aie displayed the Latest SPRING NOVELTIES in every department. At the Fancy Table we might draw special attention to NEW PARACHUTES, ranging from the cheap durable at 1/6 to the elegant Net-trimmed Sunshade at 30/ New Shot Silk Sunshades, 6/6, 6/11, 7/11, and 0/11 New Sateen and Flounce Sunshades, special, 10/6 Few Fancy Gauze Trimmed Sun shades, special, 14/6, 16/6 We could not describe the many different classes of Sunshades opened, as they number more than 1000. Fancy Collars, Fancy Ribbons, Fancy Rufflings, Fancy Laces; Braid, and other Dress Trimmings. GLOVES! Gloves! GLOVES! All the special and l-.-t makes from the English, French, and Belgian markets. Ladies, — For your special guid ance, we will mention a few of our...

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

DRESS Department! WEBB'S Wonderful BARGAINS DRESSES! Just a few pieces left of our Dress Materials at 3/! I doz., usual price 5/9 doz. Also a n.oe lot of Dress Material at 4/11 doz., usual price from 6/6 to 8/11 doz. Extra Special, a line at 6/11 doz., worth lO^d a yard Yet another line, Plain Goods in every con ceivable shade, at 7fd yard, worth 1/ These goods are going fast and WEBBS advise an early call to avoid disappointment. «3» IF YOU WANT Done in the best style, at moderate prices, you should send your orders to C3-. WEC^LLAKT, KEPPEL STREET, BATHURST. BUGGIES ! JHkml BUGGIES ! Roll up and Buy a Buggy ! M. TREANOR, OP RUSSELL STREET, The celebrated Prize Buggy Ifaker, Has just returned from Sydney, after having Secured some GREAT BARGAINS in VEHICLES in an ASSIGNED ESTATE, and is now offering some of those COLONIAL AND 'AMERICAN BUGGIES, PHAETONS, 6bc. See the Neat Piano Box BUGGIES ! HUNG ON CONCORD SIDE SPRINGS. These are mounted on EXTRA STRONG WHEELS. Just the thing for ...

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

A&&& never realizes the wealth of infor mation he doesn't possess till his first child logins to ask questions. *** George : ' Chapley is one of those fel lows who has more money than brains, isn't he?' Jessie : '? Yes. and he's not rich, either.' Ik ik Naturalists say that a cockroach has 3000 teeth. What an awful time the baby cockroaches must have when teething. V A little fellow of four years went to a blacksmith to see his father's horse shod, and was watching closely the work of the shoeing: The blacksmith began to pare the horse's hoof, and thinking that wrong, the little boy said, earnestly, ' My pa don't want his horse made any smaller.'

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Good Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1891

Good Cultivation. If a thing is worth doing at all, it is worth doing well. I was much impressed recently by seeing a very fine crop upon very poor soil. Not only had the land been some years in cultivation, but it was naturally poor to begin with, being a grey loam mixed with ironstone gravel. The crops in the district are poor, and the land let out of cultivation is too much exhausted to grow grass, a worthless white weed covering the surface. The crop referred to, however, consisting of 40 acres of wheat and 20 acres of oats, was clean, even, and well-grown, the wheat pro. mismg a yield of 30 bushels per acre, and the oats 40 bushels. In the previous season rape seed, and 2cwt. per acre of bonedust had been sown. A large number of sheep had been fed on the rape, and then the Jan-J was worked for the grain crop. The grain was sown with the drill, and when about 4in. high the crop had been horse-hoed. The result was what might be expected, and those with the dirty and poor crops wo...

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

Hosiery De partment, 1891 . NEW GOODS to hand, ex s.s. Ballarat, from the celebrated Hosiery House of Messrs. J. and R. Moreley — Children's Sanitary Black Cotton Socks Children's Sanitary Black f Hose Girls' Sanitary Black Cotton Hose Girls' Diamond Black Cotton Hose Girls* Sanitary and Lisle Thread Hose Women's Sanitary Black Cotton Hose Women's Diamond Dye Cotton Hose Women's Black Silk Hose Women's Navy Spun Silk Hose Women's Lisle Thread Hose, in cream, sky, grenat, nary, bronze, etc., etc. Gents' Spliced Merino Half Hose Gents' Black Cashmere Half Hose Gents' Stripe and Fancy Cotton Half Hose Gents' Spun Silk Half Hose, in navy, black and marone New Embroideries ! New Cambric Edgings and Insertions Cambric Edgings and Insertion, to match Muslin Edgings and Insertion, to match Guipure Works — All Over Works Black Embroidered All Overs Nainsook Edgings and Insertions, to match Cambric Ring Edge Novelties Red and White Embroideries White Embroidered Box Robes Black and White Robe...

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Industrial Census of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1891

Industrial Census of New South Wales. Wlien the centos of 1891 was held the oppor tunity w*» *»ken of collecting by means of b general staff particulars of ail the industrial puiMLite followed in ttis colony. Mr.Coglilan, Government Statistician, has compiled his returns upon the information collected con cerning tne agricultural industry in what is termed the Northern Census Division of the colony. This division embraces 13 elector ates—the Richmond, the Clarence, the Grafton, the Macleay, the Hastings and Manning, the Inverell, the New England, the Glen limes, the Tenterfield, the Tarn worth, the Gunnedab, the Gwydir, and the Kamoi, In two exhaustive tables marked ' A '* and ' B ' respectively, which represent three months of incessant labour by the staff teferred to, elaborate details are supplied, dealing with every phase of the agricultural industry in the electorates named. Table A shows in its first set of columns the purpose for which land is used, and the total number of ho...

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

©LOTH I NGJ2LOTH I N@. IN order to keep pace with the GROWING DEMAND for GOODS in this Department, we have considerably increased our Shipments and Purchases, and have now to 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 /\F/ ^^\ Maritime Suit, which we can do in Navy Blue Serge, Coloured Serge I \vjf ± I rette & Black Corkscrew Drawing Room suit, which is a real | JrV ^S I little gentleman's Suit, WEBB'S SERGERETTE ^\ 1 MARITIME SUIT. WEBB'S NAVY SERGE * \ \ I MARITIME SUIT. WEBB'S CORKSCREW F 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. W H // . \ tfl 3 en — LJ |j^ n h £ 5s A r...

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The Victorian Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1891

The Victorian Farmers. We have several times referred to the growth of the agitation among the farmers of Victoria in favor of Free trade, and our object in so doing has been to show the agriculturalists in this district that in lending a willing ear to fliA statements made by Protectionist advocates, that the policy which they favor is especially advantageous to far mers, they are in danger of being en trapped. The experience of the Victorian farmers is as conclusive a refutation of those misleading utterances as can be furnished. They have had a full taste of the benefits and disadvantages of the system, having lived under it tor many years, and the general uprising gainst it may be taken asproof positive that the dis advantages far outweigh the benefits. Sensible men do not generally unite to break away from a rule that operates beneficially, and in thus protesting against the policy of Protection and uniting for the purpose of securing its abolishment, the farmers of Victoria ar...

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

lAIIESEiPfflll WEBB'S was, is, and always will be, the Cheapest House for CALICOES. We can supply a good, sound Cloth from 2^d per yard in all the best makes. No * ' cutting the maker's name off, and charging a £d, and Id. per yard mare. You can always see what you are buy ing rat WEBB'S. Sheetings, in twilled or plain, for double and single beds, from Hd yd. Table Damasks, white, 2 yds. wide, from l/7£ Table Damasks, unbleached, from 1/ We are also showing Choice Goods in Sideboard Cloths and Four-o'clock Tea Cloths (in all linen) Towels. — Grand White Turkish bowels, from 5d. each. Towels — Honeycomb, useful size, 4Jd Upwards. Cretonnes. — We have one of the largest and best-assorted stocks of these goods in the colony. You will not only save money by coming to WEBB'S hut have a far greater variety to choose from. Prices in plain, from 4£cl, and twilled (heavy) from 5f d. Our Window Hollands, prettier than ever, with fringe to match, in all widths. CARPETS. As the Spring time is n...

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

|f i^ little girl sent oat to find eggs, J returned without success, complaining ' tib«t lots of hens were standing about doing nothing. An author reads his latest farce to the manager of a theatre, who listens jnthout saying a word. The author j-**! wish to call your attention to the' fact that a,t this joke I have written 11 Here the Italte laughs/ ' -Manager: 'He does, eh? Lucky Bake.' y :. ? ?% Rust in Wheat. — The Minister for Agrioulture for Victoria has received a report of the intercolonial committee appointed to inquire into this merits of the remedy for rust in wheat propounded by Mr. Smith Ellis, who was to receive £10,000 from the Governments of New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia, if found to be effective. The committee unequivocally condemns the scheme as impracticable, and states that Mr. 4;' ? Smith has failed to satisfy anyone of them that the alleged remedy is ' a complete cure or preventive for rust in wheat.' — Mail.

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

THE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT AT WEBB'S GIVING EVERY SATISFACTION I SALES INCREASING BATHURST-HADE GOODS! NO WONDER! THEY LAST WELL ! TRY WEBB'S FOE Tables, Couches, Beds, Bed steads, &c., .jA.11 at -TCTiESBB'S, To Beat the Country, when Quality is con sidered. 1^° Tables with wafer-tops, and Chairs with imitation cane seats, E. WEBB & Co. decline to sell ! POTTIES Horse & Cattle Medicines. EWEBB & CO. hare on hand a large ? assortment of the above, comprising : BLACK DOUGLAS OIL GREEN HEALING LOTION WHITE OIL GALL SALVE COLIC DRINK COUGH MIXTURE FEVER DRINK BLOOD TONIC SWEATING BLISTER HOOF OINTMENT HEALING OINTMENT WORM POWDERS. BEER'S MewStmth Wales Ointment NUMEROUS TESTIMONIALS hare come to hand, speaking in glowing terms of THIS REMEDY, which has found its way into many hundred homes, and thereby saved much expense and more anxiety. This Ointment is a SURE REMEDY for all Skin Diseases, and Burns and. Scalds are cured at once. It is the safest thing t...

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THE METROPOLIS. Sydney, 11th Aug., 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1891

^~ THE METROPOLIS. f FBOM OUB OWN COEEESPONDENT.] Sydney, 11th Aug., 1891. The most wretched month that we have seen for many a year, as far as rain- mist, and mud are involved, is the one just past, and it is simply impossible to convince the visitors staying with us that we ever have anything but this style of weather for winter. The shopkeepers say their trade is killed by the persistency of the falling clouds : at any rate, every body looks pretty dingy on it, as if they had come to the conclusion that there could be no show for new dresses or new suits in weather like this. So I suppose there'll be a regular boom on spring goods to make up for the disappointment in the winter. And this is very pro bable, as the settlement of the shearing difficulty will give peace and plenty where in many cases there would have been strife and hunger unalloyed. # # The pastoralists have, of course, gained their 'freedom of contract,' and the men have fairly gracefully retired from an untenable ...

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Spring Goods E. WEBB & CO., The Great Western Warehouse. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1891

Slorinsr -3-ooc3Ls -? E. WEBB & CO., TlbilGreat Western Warehouse. Wfi beg to take this opportunity of in forming our numerous patrons that we have completed the beautifying and de corating of our extensive Drapery Warehouse and Show Rooms, and feel proud in being able to say that, for ele gance and comfort, they cannot be sur passed in the whole of the Australasian group. , It is not necessary for us to inform our patrons, residing in every part of sunny New South Wales, that all our goods are purchased direct from the manufacturers, having agents in every part of the globe where manufacturing is carried on, whose duty it is to ransack every warehouse and factory for the v«ry latest styles and novelties. And it is. with extreme pleasure that we make the announcement that this season our agents have surpassed all their pre vious efforts. Silk Department. — This depart ment will be found replete with the latest and most fashionable products of the loom, from England, France, ...

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