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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Bathurst Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

(Rmumnimt (To the Editor of the Bathurst Post) Mb. Editor, — The adaptability and numerous advantages claimed for the ' Champion' Patent Pulverising Harrow — a description of which is given in the supplement sheet — has caused a few of our farmer friends to express their doubts as to its entire success. We can only reiterate our confidence in its performing all claimed for it. Those who have seen the machine at work are satisfied that its merits are such as to secure for it a prominent position among Australian agricultural machinery. We have pleasure in appending a communication from a gentleman who gives his experience of one purchased from us. E. WEBB & CO. Evans' Plains, February 10, 1883. Messrs. E. Webb & Co. Dear Sirs, — With regard to the pulveriser 1 bonght from you last season, it gave me every satisfaction. It is a splendid Harrow, The method I took was simply this : — I had about thirty acres of land which I had stripped. I did nothing to the ground but h...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Musings at Random. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1883

[?] '%- ... f By IE. $T.] - ^U JSvjsby riSl|yu^4ismfl^fla.' r AM bo, we thought, ^hafllevery boyfSj^i^ tether evening f we followed in the immediate track of a newspaper boy, and saw how anxiously hts regular customers were awaiting his appearance. Though apparently unconscious of his own importance, and regarded with email appreciation by the community at large, ho is really one of the great ' nation of shopkeepers.11 His depart ment of money-making is on« of the small beginnings — the taper end of trade, the seedling from which springs the huge tree of commerce. Though but a small, he is a strong pillar in the ' Fourth Estate ;' for, Atlas like, he carries a world upon his back : messages by telegraph, communications from our own correspondent, alarming sacrifices, terrific failures, tremendous bargains, 'lota at South Bathurst '-—a complete cycle of news, the production of talent, perseverance, and industry. He is one of the new fruits which hare been created by the wants and nec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS of the AGE ! ^-^tHKK^^^^~^==J^!^^S!^^ ^ HORNSBlFpLOUGHS. Messrs. R. Hornsby & Sons (Limited) have obtained no less than 2,200 PRIZES fOP PlOUgliS since 1876. A large supply of the genuine Hornsby Ploughs in stock at E. Webb and Co.'s, at very reasonable prices. Apply early, aud don't be too late! The following in stock: F.. i- wheel - Price, £4. 17 6 RB. 2-wheel - Price, £y 13 6 FG. 2-wheel - „ 6 18 6 H. 2-wheel - „ 850 All fitted with Steel Breasts and Latest Improvements. Ploughs of the best English make always on hand, at extremely b J low prices, These Ploughs arc quite equal to any Colonial Plough, and are MUCH LOWER IN PRICE. Having been made to the order of E. WEBB & CO., they C include ALL THE IMPROVEMENTS suggested at the different Agricultural Shows held in Bathurst. E W & Co, have on hand the largest assortment of PLOUGH SHARES in the WESTERN DISTRICT. From 10s. 6d. per dozen^ ? Howard's .^^^^^^^ Howard's Llxx ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Lamb on the Oyster. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

Lamb on the Oyster. Colerage was descanting in the presence of Charles Lamb upon the repulsive appearance of the oyster. ' It isn't handsome, Coleridge,' said Lamb, ' but it has the advantage of you in one thing.' ' What is that ?' said Coleridge, who was an exhaustless talker. ' It knows when to shut its mouth,' was the reply.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

el 'w xs jb jb -fc o o. — - SUPPLY THE — JVI;WS}HINEF^Y SjHEWN BELOW BENTALL'S CSA CHAFF-CUTTER. JrftC6y ;&4 4^* In Stock. ? JryiC&iJj^. I75O^-BENTALL'S CS5 CHAFF-CUTTER In Stock. j^^sw^ ? hwhIa i^Ib^. '' *? 'i 7 /Y i1? / y ? ? *? 9 1 : ;j ? I . ^ j^ I , aBHrfln dF' J^fc^^'* L— ''tT* » J^^^^^^^^^HKs^BBB1^HHBB&&J[ VnBl RANSOME'S RLCD DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS, £vi i7s.|6d. RITCHIE'S 'BATHURST FAVORITE' DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS, £\i 15s. and /13 15s. This is a wonderfully strong and useful Plough, suitable for the Bathurst District, and is highly recommended. Impreved PONY GEAR, especially adapted for driving Chaff Cutters and other food-preparing machines.

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Judge Lochrane's Cane. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

Judge Lochrane's Cane. Judge Lochrane, of Georgia, has a walking stick turned with a duck's head on top. In the duck's bill is a sapphire that cost 650 dols. and the eyes are made with diamonds that cost 7,100 dols. each.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

OBSERVE YE AIJi J GRAND 0I36OVERY! WHERE? E5T BATHFEST. NEW FIND! ' WHAT ? MONEY SAVED! MOST SlieeESSFUL! J J r ' HOW? BOOTS i W BOOTS ! Buy all you require at the place where you get the best value for your money / JUST OPENED ! JUST OPENED ! ! NEW STOCK. NOWONV.EWAT NEW STOCK. E. \ITEBB AND OO.'S, IMPORTERS, BATHURST. English akd French Millinery. JUST Opened, a choice assortment, consisting of BONNETS, Trimmed Hats, Trimmed Dress Caps and Head Dresses. AN EARLY INSPECTION INVITED! II large display of New Autumn and inter Dress Materials and Jackets on view. show datTthuesday. \ Don't Forget! This Day, Thursday, at E. WEBB I io.'s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

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ALL SORTS. The Supposed Friend. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

ALL SORTS. The Supposed Friend. 'What did you think of my train 'of thought?' asked a lecturer of a supposed friend. ' I thought it lacked only one thing,' replied the the supposed friend. « Ah!' respouded the delighted lecturer, ' what was that ?' A ' sleeping car,' was the answer.

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Presence of Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

Presence of Mind. A gentleman in India, pulling on his boots, felt aliorrid prickly object like a centipede, in one of tlfem. With great presence of mind, instead of with dHwing his foot he forced it violently down and s&jimed furiously, though enduring exquisite agony id ine process. But it was not a centipede, only a small blacking brush left there by a careless servant. The first case of black male — Ham. A movement~on foot — trimming corn. A dead-lock — The fastening of a cemetery gate. A stump speech : — ' Gimme the butt of yer cigar, mister ?' The fisherman beats the buyer by weighing fish in its own scales. What length should a lady's dress be worn ? — A libtle above two feet. What's the extreme penalty for bigamy ? — Two mothers-in-law. Very few milk dealers will acknowledge that they ktow how to swim. - To get up a dinner of great variety, cooks should be allowed a wide range. To reprove a fool is simply lost labour ; therefore do not sit down and scold yourself* A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

Bathurst Book and Stationery Warehouse. ESTABLISHED 1846. d. R. JONES, Importer of Books and Stationery. Every description of Mercantile and Fancy Stationery, Account Books, Scrap Albums, Relief Scraps ; Photo Albums, all sizes, plain and floral, from 2s. to £3 10s. Family Bibles from 12s. 6d. to £4 10s. each. Pocket Bibles, all sizes and prices. Hymn Books for all Churches. A splendid assortment of Church of England and Roman Catholic Prayer Books, from 9d. each. Wiiisor and Newton's Water Colors and Chinese White, Sable and C. H. Brushes, Drawing Copies, Crayon Paper, cartridge and double elephant, at Sydney prices. SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS will always and a good assortment of REWARD CARDS and BOOKS for PRIZES to select from. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. J. X*. JONES, William Street, Bathurst. ml PEATE'S CHALLENGE BAKING POWDER, Awarded one Kirsi and four 8peci.il Prizes for excellence of quality. Patronized by his Excellency LORD AUGUSTUS LOFT US, G. C. M. G. Try PEATE &a...

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Rothschild's Start. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

Rothschild's Start. Rothschild was the third son of a banker at Frankfort. ' There was not,' he said, ' room enough for us all in the cily. 1 dealt in English goods. One great trader came there who had the market all to himself ; ho was quite the great man, and did us a favor if he sold us the goods. Somehow I offended him and he refused to show us his patterns. This was on Tuesday. I said to my father, ' I will go to England.' I could speak nothing but German. On Thursday L started . The nearer Igot to England the cheaper goods were. As soon as I got to Manchester I laid out all my money, things were so cheap, and made good profit. I soon found that there were three profits — on the raw material, the dyeing and the manufacturing-. 1 said to the manufacturers : l I will supply you with the material and dye, and you supply me with the manufactured goods.' So I got three profits instead of one, and I could sell cheaper than anybody. In a very short time I increased my £20,000 to more ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

An indignant parent, in rebuking his refractory son, exclaimed, ' remember who you are talking to, sir ! I'm your father !' To which the youth replied, ' 0 come now, I hope you aint agoin' to blame me for that.' A man left a bony steed in the street, and coming back a short time afterwards discovered that a funny youth had placed a card against the fleshless ribs, bearing the inscription : ' Oats wanted — Inquire within.' J&*'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

? : ? ; ? . ? _ ? 7, .,^T_ ? ; ? .-.-,--., _^.;V. :» The French Bar has lost one of its foremost men JB in the death of Maitre Lachaud, the famous advocate. im There had been few great French criminal cases ji.l during the past thirty years in which the voice of -l Lachaud was not heard. He had all the qualities ;! j calculated to give a man a leading position at the ;M bar: enormous capacity for work, a ready wit, a il keen insight into human nature aud human character 1 and a large and varied knowledge of the world. He 1 was possessed of a clear, silvery, and expressive voice, 1 which he knew how to use it in all its modulations. 1 Fierce and impassioned he could be at times, or ;.§ gentle and tender as any cooing dove while pathetically 1 1 putting his case before the jury, and drawing tears i I from the eyes of all in court. He rescued many a J scoundrel's neck from the guillotine, knowing so well . 1 as he did how to appeal to those sentimental weak- 1 nesses which more or less...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

NOTICE. The Bathurst Post is published on the 15th of every mouth, it has a large circulation, and is one of the best advertising mediums in existence. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. s. d. For tlie first inch of space, oi*undo.r ? 2 0 Every succeedmg,inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Discount of 10 per cent, off 3 insertions. All notices of alteration or withdrawal of advertisements must be sent in writing to The Proprietor, Care of G. WHALAN, Printer, &c, School of Arts, Bathurst. rgHT Mr. FRANK GLASSON is authorised to canvass for advertisements in the interests of the Bathurst Post. Please remember that no charge whatever is made for the Bathurst Post, and that those desiring a copy monthly can have same sent toy applying to E. Webb & Co,, of Bathurst. privatsTboarding establishment. Mrs. McLEAN-, BALMOBAL HOUSE, George-street, Bathurst. Comfortable Accommodation. Besisonable Terms. BATHURST AGRICULTURAL' TAKES PLACE ON APRIL 10th, 11th, & 12th. COfflffi If! IIII, . Exc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

The Wheat Harvest. — Fortunately this has been one of the best of seasons for the farmers around Bathurst and Orange. Enormous yields have been heard of from almost all parts of both districts. Notably Blayncy can boast of some of lier farmers securing up to ob bushels per acre, me quality generally speaking was excellent, but in many parts the black oats have been very prevalent, while in others white oats appeared frequently, together with rye. THE BATTLE. The black oats, no doubt, have made a great onslaught, on account of the grand supply of rain that fell during the latter part of the season, quite early enough to encourage, not only this enemy but almost all the weeds and rubbish that were in and on. the ground to declare 'open warfare' against the wheat. So strong did the enemy appear over the sloping hills, along the banks of creeks, and in favorite spots, that the wheat had to 'throw up' the 'flag of truce,' and apply for ' quarter.' What ! cried the oats, rye, barley, and ...

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The Tick Still There. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

The Tick Still There. A lady put her watch under her pillow the other night, but couldn't keep it there because it disturbed her sleep. And there, all the time, was her bed ticking right under her, and she never thought of it at all. The best value in Bathurst in cotton and linen ticks to be had at E. Webb and (Vs.

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