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A PRIZE OF £20 IN CASH [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

A PRIZE OF £20 IN CASH Has been presented to the Bathurst Agricultural Society by E. Webb and Co. for the best sample of wheat, 8 bushels, to be exhibited at the next show. The' sample must be a fair representation of not less than 100 bushels, and must be exhibited by the grower. There are no restrictions as to where the. wheat is grown ; heuce some exceedingly prime lots should be -k view.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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The Tailor Agreed. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

The Tailor Agreed. A young gilded (or, as they say now nickelplated) youth of New York ordered a pair of pantaloons of his tailor and returned them as too tight. ' You told me to make them skin-tight,' said the man. ' Yes ' said the youth, ' but I can sit down in ray skin and I can't in these.'

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1883

l^al JnteUigipu^ The Bathurst Post has been hammering away tooth and nail at the absurdity of the ' small water pots ' now in course of construction for the supply of pure water to the inhabitants of this important and rising ' city of the west.' The aldermen made show ot moving in the matter a few weeks since, but possibly the hill was too much for them, as it ended in a resolution. We are glad to learn that to-morrow (Friday) Mr. Hellyer, M.P., intends asking certain questions in the House concerning- the oannm+v nf the Bathurst tanks, and we trust same may lead to a better supply being provided. The holes, now nearly finished, will barely contain two days' supply, and no provision whatever is made for the machinery getting out of order ; consequently, the chances are very great of the public being frequently inconvenienced by the supply being short or not forthcoming at all. Held Over. — For the want of space much important information cannot be inserted in to-day's issue, and mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

PLOUGHS'! PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS ! HIBI'S. ~~^^^ tti,ill t IS' All Ploughs nttqd with Steel Breasts and Latest Improvements. E, W. & Co, have on hand the largest assortment of PLOUGH SHARES in the WESTERN DISTRICT. From 10s. 6d. per dozen. Howard's . f^^^^^^^a_ Howard's In Sets of Three, ^^^SLuSe&lC. /T id do., ailu J- I ? ^ r j III FalU, Im These Harrows, which are all made of the best wrought iron, have stood the test of many years' experience, and they still remain unrivalled, the demand being greater than ever. Hundreds of thousands are in use. They are strong, durable, and thoroughly adapted for all kinds of work. The tines, which are all steeled, cut a separate track at a uniform distance. They are fitted into the frames in the simplest and most secure manner, and by means of a guard to the nuts, they are effectually prevented from working loose ; and, unlike most colonial-made imitations, they can be readily taken out iur repair. THE ' CHAMPION ' AMERICAN PATENT PU...

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BURRAGA COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

BURRAGA COPPEK MINE. A correspondent of the Sydney Daily Telegraph writes, under date March 22nd : — ' This copper mine is near Rockley. On Saturday, the 10th instant, nearly £2000 were paid in wages, and as usual after pay-day the place is in a frightful state of riot and disorder for days. Great dissatisfaction is expresse- bv the steadv and respectable portion of the resident at the Government placing Constable Goddard five mite in the bush away from this place, where he is of no use whatsoever, and where no one can find him when wanted In fact, the constable cannot of himself find his way t-; this place without losing himself five times out of six', Drinking, rioting, fighting, swearing, and betting at th- different shanties were going on la-st Saturday evening at Burraga. It continued all night, even until Sunday night, with card-playing, or, rather card-quarreling. This conduct was going on with impunity. No one can exacjtl ' understand why the trooper does not live in the tow...

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BOOTS ON THE RUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

BOOTS ON THE RUN. 1 ' My word, boots have got cheap lately ! Some I time since,when I was in Sydney, I thought I did ,3 a smart thing by securing a pair of shoes, very good I quality for 12s. 6d. ; but, as I was passing down I George-street, Bathurst, I saw some boots ticketed I up at 13s. 6d. I went in and bought a pair, as I I generally had to pay 18s. 6d. for- the same I quality. ' 'Ah, whose shop was that, old man?' I said the listener. ' I'm blesed if I knew, until I 1 paid for them, when I saw a fellow make out a bill, I and on it was the name of E. Webb and Co.' I

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ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

ALL SORTS. Wheat market lias been dull. Webbs out of market, being full. The Easter races in Sydney nio'st successful. Passengers from Sydney down Western line packed like sardines during Easter. Suppose when some persons have been suffocated, and a few compensation claims are made, then proper steps will be taken to provide sufficient accomodation. 3000 copies of Bathurst Post circulated last month. McElhone cowed down by Garrau. The gaso meter 'Mac' had been 'blowing hard' that he would introduce his shoe- toe to the most defenceless part of the members of the House who were better than himself, Mr. Garvan walked up to him and Said, ' You would'nt do it to one.' Whereupon Mac cleaied off, followed, however, by Mr. Garvan repeating, ' You would'nt do it to one.' Many Members, who were present, laughed heartily at the skulking gasometer's discomforture, as he made his exit from the smoking-room like a dog with his tail between his legs. Great training going on for the next political...

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EXIBITORS' HANDBOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

EXIBITORS' HANDBOOK. IH Tho Members of the Bathurst A., H., and P. ? Association hare good reason to feel proud of the |H beautifully arranged and well got up handbook, |l supplied this year for thoir convenience, and also for jH that of the general public. The book, from beginning |fl to end, shews evident signs of great care and trouble ? having been bestowed upon its compilation. The list of I Paid-up Members, the Report, Balance-sheet Rules, I By-laws, Regulations, Duties of Exibitors, Stewards, jH and Judges ; and finallj, the schedule of Prizes, I are all brought in so nicely one after the other that I those who have the opportunity of seeing it must be H delighted ; and, to crown all it is given away free of .1 charge. I

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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Bathurst Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

? w ©i[imuat -Bwr4Bttottdwu& (Ib the Editor of the Bathurst Post) S IBj— . Having been a careiul reader of that interesting little paper, the Bathurst Post) from its begining and seeing, that it now bids fair to continue for a long period, I take this opportunity of congratulating you on its production, and most certainly must also compliment you on the excellent printing and superior quality of the paper, which, in my opinion, stands second to none in the Colony. Yours faithfully, A Reader.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

WON DERFU L ! WON DERPUL t The World Wags on, though Many Changes take place in its rulers. Some Okowned, some Uncro^ne!) : The Czar of 1 all the Russias to wit. But they have not objected to his wearing I ** BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS!*- ! ? NOR TO ? ' LARGE AND GENERAL IMPORTATIONS OF ALL KINDS OF GOODS, BOOT LIST. Ladies' Russian Leather ' Polar ' Lace Boots, all sizes Men's Bluoher Boots, 6s. 6d. Ladies' Russian Leather Elastic-side Boots Men's Elastio-side Boots, 7s. 6d. Ladies' Kid Elastic-side Boots Men's superior Laoe Boots, with fancy sides and fronts, inoluding Ladies' Kid Button Boots Porpoise laces, 17s. 6d. Ladies' Imitation Button Boots Boys' Boots, all kinds * Ladies' Glac6 Kid Boots, 11s. 6d. Children's Boots, all kinds Ladies' Glac-§ Kid Boots, Elastic sides Infants' Boots, all kinds. Ladies' Levant Boots, high leg and fashionable, all sizes. Price, 5s. 6d. fl&- INSPECT the sto.K, and JUDGE for yourselves whether they are not CHEAPER and BETTER than ANY you hare bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

' L- ''?'..,' . ? ????..????« ? ??i.^m.,,1 ? in.,, '— ? i i ?'.... ? in ? i».i ? . - Bathurst Book and Stationery Warehouse. ESTABLISHED 1846. oi. 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 £7 7s. 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. Winsor 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 find a good assortment of REWARD CARDS and BOOKS for PRIZES to Beleot from. ?TALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. or. x*. jones, William Street, Bathurst. Stock and Station, Land and Estate FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND -^-GENERAL ADCTIONEERS,^ A. M. P. S. BU...

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SPECIAL ATTENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

SPECIAL ATTENTION 1 is respectfully called to the numerous advertisements 1 in this issue of the Bathurst Post, which cannot I fail to be read with interest and prove beneficial I to all. ; '#;K 1 if '? iJtr ? . I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

A LPHABETICAL LIST of ADVERTISERS ?**- in this issue. BURNS, JOHN, Monumental Mason, &c, Bussell-street. CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, Auctioneers, &c., Williara-st. CLIFTON, C, Produce Dealer, &c,, Durham-street. CORNWELL, J. W., Auctioneer, &c.. |tussell-street. DENNIS, S., Hairdresser and Tobacconist, William-street. DKEDGljl, J. & CO., Engineer^ &c., Howick-strcet. JAYE & fe^EEMAN, ^aslltters, &c, Geor^e-strcct. JONES, J. ^ Book anjl .Fancy Depot, William-street. MATTHEWS,^. &%ON, Millers, &c, Howick-street. MCLEAN, Mtte^JPi^iate Bearding House, George-street. MUGRIDGE B^S,*Mjnbcr Merchants, &c., Russell-street. PAUL, W. K» Soldier and Harness Maker, William-street. PEATE, L., Baking Powder Manufacturer, George-street. RILEY, JOSEPH, Fruiterer and Fishmonger, William-st. WEBB, E.,& CO., General Storekeepers, George-street. 5S7H:A3\k$t} Qt., Printer and Stationer. Ho wick-street. SATURD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

flF^ST-CLASS JMEW- GOODS, AT PRICES TO ASTONISH ALL ! cmAJsrx* shoiv axrcrw on — AT — New Winter Clothing. Read the List ! New Winter Hats, Shirts, &c. Read the List ! New Winter Dress Materials. Read the List ! New Winter Hosiery. Read the List ! New Winter Flannels Read the List ! New Winter Fur Goods. Read the List ! New Winter Millinery. Read she List ! New Winter Boots, Read the List ! ^M 11 WIKfl M& Everything You Want ! Pay a Visit and See for Your. SELVES, as a List cannot contain all ! Eead the Supplement to the Bathurst Post ! READY-MADE CLOTHING, SHIRTS, HATS, &C. CLOTHING.— MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, 3s. --d. per pair. MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, '? Special,' in exellent styles ; price only Gs. lid. pair GRAND SERVICEABLE Cord Trousers, asorted Greys and Browns, 7s. fid. per pair. EXCELLENT ALL WOOL Tweed Trousers, strong and warm,— The Can't B Beat Trousers. 8s. lid. per pair. MEN'S TROUSERS and VESTS. See them and judge for yourselves : price 8s. 9d. ANOTH...

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ASBESTOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

ASBESTOS. Many years ago, when I was a youngster, I remem ber observing a peculiar kind of rock in the bed of creek running through the Cornish Settlement, Byng. It was on my return from Sunday school. Without difficulty this rock could be chipped away in small pieces, varying in length from two to four inches, scratching the ends carefully, I noticed the soft rock became of a fibrous nature, quite silky, tmd of a whitish appearance. This raised my curiosity, and I was very anxious to learn what kind of a stone it was. I was told that it was called asbestos, and that in some parts of the world men had clothing made of it, which when dirty, merely required placing in the very midst of a roaring fire, and the. .Qnger it was left there the cleaner it got, and that it was impossible to burn clothing made of it. Being a kid, of course I believed a certain amount j of this, and always held that stone in memory as a I wonder ; many a time, after I had been swim- j ming in the creek with my...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

It was our duty, last month, to lay before the publio a significant £ac|- that has come to light, according to a vf iifcet iirKa^itgr Fair, in connection with the late war in Egypt. Sir Garnet Wolseley has had honours showered upon him in the way of titles, and something substantial in the shape of £50,000, for the, victories he gained over Arabi. As a matter of course the people of the world believed Sir Garnet Vgaitie4 tji6se; victories by his superior generalship, his great strategy, and ability to lead troops in war. The '.'fact'* as published in the March issue, we reprint, in case some of our readers have overlooked it; It is this : — ' That Sultan Pasha, who as is known, occupied a high position iu tho Egyptian army, was all through in com muuication with tiiv Garnet Wolseley ; that he received the sum of £10,000 from the Khedive, and that in consideration of this he on the night before the action of Tel-el- Kebir, and after Arabi had retired to rest, gave orders that the who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 April 1883

S. DENNIS, DERMATOLOGIST. Having taken one of those large and centrally situated shops, recently erected by J. N. GILMOUR, Esq., I have now one of the Best Hairdressing Establishments (second to none out of Sydney), and would call attention to my carefully selected stock of Pipes, Tobaccos, Cigars, &o., also to my invaluable HAIR RESTORER, acknowledged by inany residents in Bathurst to be unequalled. A NICE ASSORTMENT OF JEWELLERY AT VERY LOW PRICES PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES. £pMARK THE ADDRESS :— FOUR DOORS FROM CITY BANK, William St., Bathurst, CI1IS CLIFTON, (SUCCESSOR TO JACOB KNIGHrS), Wholesale and Retail Produce Dealer. Oats, Cracked Corn, Steam-cut Chaff, tyc, ALWAYS ON HAND. Durham Street, ? BATHURST. ? PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. Mrs. McLEAN, BALMORAL HOUSE, George-street, Bathurst. Comfortable Accommodation. Reasonable Terms. AUCTIONEER, General Carrier, Forwarding, Shipping, and General Commission AGEN T. Bills of Lading attended to, Freight and Duty paid, and...

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

WONDERFUL WONDERFUL1 The World Wags on, though Many Changes take place in its rulers. Some Crowned, some Uncrowned : The Czar of all the Russias to wit. But they have not objected to his wearing ** BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS!* ? NOR TO ? LARGE AND GENERAL IMPORTATIONS OF ALL KBITS OF BOOK, i BOOT LIST. I Ladies' Russian Leather ' Polar ' Lace Boots, all sizes Ladies' Russian Leather Elastic-side Boots Ladies' Kid Elastic-side Boots Ladies' Kid Button Boots Ladies' Imitation Button Boots Ladies' Glace Kid Boots, 11s. 6d. Ladies' Glace Kid Boots, Elastic sides Men's Blueher Boots, 5s. 6d. Men's Elastic-side Boots, 7s. 6d. I Men's superior Lace Boots, with fancy sides and fronts, including Porpoise laces, 17s. 6d. I Boys' Boots, all kinds I Children's Boots, all kinds Infants' Boots, all kinds. Ladies' Levant Boots, fashionable, all sizes. Price, 5s. 6d. ^- INSPECT the stocK, and JUDGE for yourselves whether they are not CHEAPER, and BETTER than ANY you have bought elsewhere ! I REMEMBER the ...

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

PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHS! iORWS. ? F. 1-wheel £4 17 6 FG. 2-wlieel 6 18 6 H. 2-wheel 8 5 0 All Ploughs fitted with Steel Breasts and Latest Improvements, RAH k SIMS' RLCD. double-furrow £12 17s. 6d. RICHIE'S . :' Bathurst Favourite ' double-furrow, £12 17s. 6d. & £13 15 s. E. W. & Co. have on hand the largest assortment of PLOUGH SHARES in the WESTERN DISTRICT. From 10s. 6d. per dozen, Howard's ZIG - ZAG In Sets of Three, £5 k, and £7. [?] Howard's ZIG - ZA.Gr HARROWS. In Pairs. £4. These Harrows, which are all made of the best wrought iron, have stood the test of many years' experience, and they still remain unrivalled, the demand being greater than ever. Hundreds of thousands are in use. They, are strong, durable, and thoroughly adapted for all kinds of work. The tines, which are all steeled, cut a separate track at a uniform distance. They are fitted into the frames in the simplest w\ most secure manner, and by means of a guard to the nuts, they are effectually...

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A NEW WITNEESS IN THE TICHBORNE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1883

A 3SEW WITKEEBS IN THE TICH13ORNE CASE. A correspondent, signing himself ' J. P.,' sends the following communication to the S- A. Advertiser i ' I see in your Sydney telegrams a statement that the parties interested in the notorious Tichbome case are asking for the release of William Creswcll from the Parramatta Lunatic Asylum in order to have him identified in England as the veritable Arthur Orton. I wish to know who the parties arc that are interested in the matter, so that I may cor respond with them. Arthur Orton was a shipmate of mine from London, in April, 1854, in the barque Hisioria, of London, Lindsey's Temperance Line, to the colonies ; Griffiths and Newconie, of Fcnchurch street, agents; Captain Thomas Mowitt in com mand. I landed at Port Adelaide on the 28th July of the same year, after a 95 days' passage from Plymouth. I can identify Orton amongst 50 men, as he and I wcra very intimate friends ou the voyage, and he gave me nil the details of his leaving England, and his...

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