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

EL *^VEBB «$& CO.'S APADY-MIIIi IWffflfft HF.PflRTMENT UlJalll lillillll lillll II11J1IT UmtttttlUlllt'l CAN BOAST OF MANY CHEAP AND SHOWY LUES ! Also, a Grand Assortment of the , sliSW'* BEST WEST OF ENGLAND TWEED TROUSERS AND ip| Which fop Price cannot be beaten. ;,;)1 III ! fill 11 ! AT £4 10s. per Ton. Whoever heard oj^guch a thing before. Yet wo Jawu from the Evening News of the 10th inst. that NEW ZEALAND FLOUR Was sold on the morning of that date at ft 10s, Ion at Public Auction. JJThe price denotes the quality. Fit for human food is out of the question, for such stuff as this ? must have been would almost give pigs colic if they were foolish enough to eat it. Tons of our Aus tralian Meat have been condemned as unfit for food in London, and much of it has been cast into the sea or boiled down for soap, &c. This is the way our exports are treated when they happen to turn bad. But we in New South Wales allow countries to send their rubbish hero and sell it with ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

®m §- j)teg letter. Good morning ! ladies and gentlemen, readers of i the renowned Bathurst Post ! Allow me to have I the pleasure of making your acquaintance, or, if you j prefer my being quite accurate, of making you ac- \ quainted with a few of the sayings and doings of the past month in your thriving metropolis. And like a loyal and deroted servant of maidens fair and women lovely, let me first say that the goddess Taglion, you in town so faithfully serve, has yet scarcely displayed her summer garments, owing to the unusually lengthy winter ; but being so true, &c, a servant, I have been favoured with some private glances at her wardrobe, and can assure you that it has been many a long day since so strange a medley met my gaze. Space will fail me if I attempt to describe them ; suffice it, then, if I notice a few of the most striking features of the display. ' Of course the new shades were conspicuous in all their glory — tawdry or daubry, we should say, if our gallantry...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The late Disturbance in Sydney, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

®he late @isttti[ban^ in ^in% No person doubts the great influence the Press has in a country where the people are in good circum stances, and fairly well educated. We say, ' in good circumstances,' because then they do not object so much to providing themselves with newspapers, being able to do so without stinting, and, we add, ' fairly well educated,' because, if they cannot read .they do Hot take papers, as they would be of no interest to them. In few countries does the Press take the same prominent' position as in Australia. In fact, we doubt whether there is another place in the world, where the newspapers arc read more, and their influence is more felt. Consequently it is not a matter of much surprise, that, at the present time the public (in some quarters) have been ' well set by the ears,' as several of our leading newspapers have spent columns in endeavouring to show that the Press is cruelly fettered, being bound hand and foot ; in short, is being garotted, through the unl...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

iMJPOfeTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. ?t& ilk . ii^ NEW^LBUMS,AL|JJBIZES, PROM 2s. TO £7 7s. EACH. NEW PRAYER BOOKS AND BIBLES I N4w WorkbWxfeb fend 'Wnuikg Besks,: plam akidi mlaid, various prices. Ladies' Bags and Purses in leather, plush, and velvet A choir* W nf w«w , I Birthday Presents always in Stock/ A splendid assortmenM NEW BOOKS a°nd CHRISTMAS CA&Ds'to arrive % mi^ ^ifiS 2 I publishers. Teachers, Storekeeper, and Dealers allowed a Liberal Discount in purchasing a quantity ' Ioni tile I ??''?'.^ : : ' '?- ?-' ? — ? J.R. JONES, William-street. Bathurst. I J JUST OPENED! \ WALKER'S JlmtMnpntol IMi _..* kfiPPBL AND BENTINCK STREETS, fJ^AJZ & AILW A*T STATION, V I B&THURST. f J^oniiminis, loadstones, (^satB, iixmjta* , t ?/[ AND CHURCH TABLETS, In Marble, Granite, and Stone — on hand and to order — -after newest designs. Tomb Railings, Porcelain & China Wreathe and Crosses in great variety. „/ Mantelpieces in Marble and...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

COMMERCIAL. Farm Produce.— :At the Darling Harbour railway terminus during the week thero was a moderate supply of forage forward from the various stations along the Western and Southern lines. The market was thinly attended, and very dull. Oaten hay, in bundles, selling at from 3s to 5s 6d, in trusses 3s 4d to 5$ Cd, and in bales 3s 2d ; oaten and wheaten hay, in bundles, 4s 5)d per cwt ; mixed chaff, $$ 3d ; straw cliaff, 3s 7d per cwt ; lucerne hay, in truss, from Is (Jd to 2s 7d per cwt ; oaten straw, stained, 2s 2d per cwt ; peas, 601b per bushel, 3s ; bran, 12Jd ; pollard, !)^d per bushel. Messrs -Brunker and Wolfe sold by auction, at ? the Lime-street Wharf, Hunter River lucerne of various qualities, at from 23s to 55s per ton ; oaten straw at 40s per ton. On the wharves there was a good supply of Hunter River lucerne which is in fair demand, and selling at from £2 to £3 per ton. Maize, 3s 3d per bushel ; feed and seed oats, 2s Gd to 2s 8d ; Melbourne onions, £7 to £7 10s per...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

' Ugh!' exclaimed Adolphus, 'the butter's beastly salt, d'ye know 1 I can taste it on my mustache, 'pon honor. ' My boy, ' replied Fogg, ''let me congratulate you $ you'll be a rich man eqpje of tjiese days , ^'m glad to%i|ow that vou've begun to salt down so early in life. \ ' What did you breakfast on this morning at ,yqur boarding house ?' inquired the ^nattej of fact43mith. :/1 ' On a table,' replied the facetious Jones! ' Oh!' observed Smith. ' I should hardly have thought such kind of board ea-tablc.'—T. H. F. ' Do you still put the finest looking strawberries on top of the basket?' ' Toppers? Oh, yes. That is a custom of too long standing to discontinue now. It might embarrass our customers.' The baker was genuine who advertised as follows;— ' The subscriber knowing that men. need bread, wishes the public to know that he knead/tit. ' He is desirous of feed ing all who are hungry, and hopes his good iwrfa jnaj|1b$, g in the mouth of everyone. He is Well disposed towarcls' all ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

MOWERS, REAPERS, & BINDERS. As the harvesting season *is now drawing nigh, Farmers wlio will require any Auliluu Juki . IMPLEMENTS would do- well to rali on E. WEBBS GO. and inspect the larue and varied as.^oi-t.nierit; imported by thwn direct from the Maniifnctiiic:*. [?] . Having erected a IAIHjg oEIJ at the rear of their pie i rises, they are now in a position to SHOW to the Best Advantage the various The following list will give, some idea ot what cjin he obtained by giving i£. W. & Go. a call. BURGESS' COMBINED 'PIONEER' REAPER AND MOWER. ? This machine is constructed with double-jointed cutter bar in advance of Machine, is light in draught, strong and durable. The bearings are all easily replaced when worn. Tho fingers are of forged iron and steel. The pole is perfectly balanced, so that theiv is no weight on the horses. There is absolutely no side draught. The knife is made to take out at the back by the patent plan. The gearing is all enclosed, and tha oiling...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PHOTOGRAPH OF THE "WESTERN INDEPENDENT." THE (H)ARMLESS OLD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

A PHOTOGRAPH OP THE 'WESTERN INDE PENDENT.' THE (H)ARMLESS OLD WOMAN. Those few who happened to see the Western In dependent, 25th ult., may have noticed a half -column of vicious wrangling against this poor little paper. For what cause, we know not, and would not attempt to apol Jgise, even if we did. The Bathurst Post is called a ' prostitution of journalism,' and is vilified to such an extent as the W. I, alone is capable of doing. No doubt they were hard up, very hard up indeed, for something to write about. Jealousy is particularly noticeable in the lines, for they object to our giving our advertising friends a turn, even in a new and unique style. They also call us ' counter-jumping censors of morals.' We defy them, or any half dozen of them, to reprint anything from our columns which show that we ever earned this title. A secret lies here buried ; why awaken its slum bers, and cause others to make inquiries to know why many don't read the W. I.? Again, they complain at our pa...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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The Late Mr. William Tom, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

gtte Safe ftr, Miltiam Worn, Commonly htwwn as ' Parson Tom,' In May last he celebrated his 92nd birthday, having boon born on the 25th May, 1791, in the parish of St. Brevvard, Cornwall. On the last day of the year 1817 he married Miss Annie Lanej of Basil, Devon, and thirteen children were born to and yeaned by them. In June of 1723, Mr. Tom left England I with his family in the ship Belinda, in company with the late Mr. W. Lane, of Orton Park, Bathurst; ! but the journey was a disastrous one. The ship was I wrecked. off Amsterdam, and lost all the masts, rudder, and bulwarks, five of the crew being drowned ; but jury masts were rigged and the dismantled vessel beat up to Hobart Town, from which place the brig Jupiter brought the party on to Sydney, which port was reached early in December, 1823. Mr. Tom engaged with Mr. Jonathan Hassel, as superintendent, at Hoota Hill, Macquarie Plains, but afterwards settled at Sydmouth Valley, where lie built a good dwelling-house, which, howe...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

AS OTHERS SEE OUB CBIOKETTIKG NOTABLES--— The following lines are from Truth, a Louuon paper of no small standing : — The Australian cricketers, having cleared a profit of £500 or £600 a head by their last visit, ar desirous, it appears, of raising their terms. They propose coming back next year, but demand that they shall not only receive half the gate money as usual, but half the money cleared by the sale of reserved seats in addition. These gentlemen amateurs are really a trifle extortionate. I am glad to see that the meeting at the Oval declined to accept their impudent proposal. This sort of thing has a tendency to degrade a iirst-class cricket match to the IcvjI of a surburban gate money meeting. A new Englander who was a wag liept an eating house near Boston, where, as he used to say, you could get any thing that was ever made to eat. One day in came a New Yorker, and stepping up to the bar, asked the landlord what he could give him for his dinner. ' Anything sir,' 6aid the h...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

BAZAAR, 'With further reference to. the above announcement, we might mention that a large number of the ladies of Batlmrst have met regularly and worked most assiduously for several months past in a. systematic and business-like manner i hence they now have a grand display of good serviceable plain goods to offer for sale at the' Bazaar, as well as an .enormous quantity of ornamental articles. We learn that it is the intention of the managing committee of ladies to sell all the things at very reasonable prices. Good substantial refreshments are to be provided also at moderate rates. We wish the Bazaar every success, and trust that fine weather may favour the occasion.

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

EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION For VISITORS or RESIDENTS at CJ.EAR YIEW HOUSE, Ho wick an 1 Bentinck streets, STABLING if required. CHARGES moderate. MRS. MUNFORD. Morris's WHlH^ Imperial Eye Ointment. A SPECIFIC FOR BLIGHT & CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE EYE. Unlike most preparations, this Specefic affords almost instant relief in Blight, and, from the soothing ingredients of which it is composed, it can be applied to the tender Eyes of Infants and Children. EXTRACTS. Mr. Hugh Pearson, Merchant, Newbridge. ' In the testimonials I gave you I don't think I mentioned the caso of a man having had bail eyes for upwards of 15 years. He liad been under many medical men, and had spent alittlefortuueiuendeavoiirine to get relief. One day, in a desponding way, lie complained to me of his sufferings. I felt great sympathy for him— his eyes appeared like balls of lire. I asked him if he could yet nothing to relieve him— he replied that he had tried everything. On asking him if he had tried Morris's...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1883

J^JjBBABmiCAZ LIST of ADVERTISERS **? in this issue. ALKS^HDEE, J. L., Chemist and Dentist, William-st. BENNETT, T., Furniture Dealer, Russell & Bentinck sts. BURNS, JOHN, Monumental Mason, &c, Kusscli-street. CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, Auctioneers, &c, Williain-st. COLfiMAJJ, R., Horticulturist, &c, Piper-street. JJSNKINSON, W. F., Chemist aud Druggist, Wiiiiam-st. JONES, J. E., Bookseller aud Stationer, William-street. LA.0GHTON, J. R., (Jhemist, &c, Kowick-street. MATTHEWS, G. & SON, Millers, &c, Howick-street. MCLEAN, Mrs., Private Boarding House, George-street. MORRIS'S EYK OINTMENT, Brighton, Melbourne. MUGBlDGrE BROS, Timber Merchants, &c, llussell-etreet. MONFOiiD, Mes., Private Boarding House, Howick-st. PASCOE, W., Auctioneer & Commission Agent, George-st. EA.DJL, W. H., Saddler and Harness Maker, William-street. PEATifi, L., Baking Powder Manufacturer, George-street. TRAWIN, SYKES & R1LEY, T...

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

MYOGOM FLY GUM. ffigfa CATCH 'EM ALIVE, 0 ! Tt will Clear any Boom, Hospital Ward, Greenhouse, or Kitchen! o^^feigZIv|DlRECTI0NS-~Wind a thrcnd ot' MYOCOM round a piece of string, of FLTES. ^li^iu!^fv 01- pi°CC °f 8tFaW' It will Catch COCKROACHES and BLACK BEETLES. x^^nt?^^ Xt is Perfectly harmless to human beings. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PROM B. WEBB & .00., BATHTTKST, KS.W. No more trouble from those pests — Flies, $^L$toWifanA tftifatAtL i SST In tlie diamonds you will find lines named ( TrtSlttlrttiln frtftmC J/ICtiUUUU ¥494U&* } at prices that must please. ) ♦#*^WWWW ♦ ♦giUfiU At Webb's Splendid lot of Men's Fancy Worsted Coarimr Pagetand Walking Coats, well cut, &c. from 16s. lid At Webb's. Gents' i double-breastrd Frock Coats, in Worsted and Black Cloth, well cut rmd. finished, 39s. GJ. \ and 55s. j . At' Webb's, Novelties in Boys'! Man-of-War and j vjihvi Fancy Suits.. very cheap. j i ? . ? . ? .1 ?! AT WEBBS. At Webb's, CHILDREN'S I KN1CKEK SUITS, ! Fro...

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1883

®mt £g-tiwjj 3tyttat. This month I date my epistle on an auspicious day, to us loyal subjects of our gracious Queen — 9th November, Prince of Wales' Birthday. And as a native of the tight little island that Queen Victoria calls home, I must really congratulate my fellow colonists on bepg the most loyal of all her Majesty's people, with whom I have had the pleasure of mingling. There is a good deal of truth sometimes in the old proverb that ' distance lends enchant- * ment to the view,' and I am bound to make some excuse for Englishmen neglecting this day in their own country : of course it has never been kept there, and I am sorely afraid it will not be commenced in honour of his Royal Highness Albert Edward Prince of Wales. There would be a great deal more likelihood of success if it were proposed to keep holiday for Denmark's good and lovely daughter, Alexandra, Princess of Wales. However, I mustn't be saying aught but good things of him whom we to-day commemorate, and many good t...

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Other Papers and the Bathurst Post. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1883

#fe |ajei[s and ilu[ latest fast No inan ever succeeded well in anything without a certain amount of abuse. It is now pretty well known, that when men are run down and abused by a certain class of newspapers, they are then making their 'mark' in the world. Experience has taught the truth of these words. If this be the case with men may it not also be the case with newspapers? Is it not possible that when a newspaper first comes into existence, other 'papers' may treat it with silent contempt, believing that it will so-m come to a natural end? But some editors, being over anxious to see the end themselves, and finding it has not come as soon as they anticipated, feel somewhat annoyed, and commence an onslaught. To those contemporaries who have not attacked us we tender our best thanks and wishes tor their future success and prosperity. To those dear kind Mends who have hurled their strongest language at our heads, we merely beg to say, we hope they may be spared a few more years to a...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1883

EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION For VISITORS or RESIDENTS at Howickand Bentincl: streets, STAl'. LING if requuvd. CHARGES moderate. ? MRS. MUNFQRD. Morris's lfl| ^Imperial Eye Ointment. A SPECIFIC FUR BLIGHT & CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE EYE. Unlike most preparations, this Specefic affords almost instant relief in Blight, and, from the soothing ingredients of which it is composed, it can be applied to the tender Eyes of Infants and Children. EXTRACTS. Mr. Hugh Pearsou, Merchant, Newbridge. ' In the testimonials I gave you 1 don't think I mentioned the case of a man having had bad eyes for upwards of 15 years. He had been under many medical men, and had spent a little fortune in endeavouring to get relief. One day, jn u desponding way, he complained to me of his sufferings. I felt great sympathy for him— his eyes appeared like balls of tire. I asked him if he could get nothing to relieve him— he replied that he had tried everything. On asking him if he had tried .Morris's Jiye Ointmeut, ...

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

|fimBUSBE018«.f 1 K-^ I I 1 I VI ff- 5^ ESTAB[,l88EDlM8.r .$-?:? - -» CA . X\». Ca Va/JuV JUXiDj ? -=== *? IMPORTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. ^EW ALBUMS, ALL SIZES, FROM 2s. TO £7 7s. EACH. NEW PItAYER BOOKS AND BIBLES. New Workhoxes and Writing Desks plain and inlaid, various prices. Ladies' Bags and Purses in leather, pJusli, and velvet. X choice lot of Wedding and Birthday Presents always in Stock '' CHRISTMAS CARDS EXTRAORDINARY.. — An inspection of my largo stock of really select Christinas and New Year's Cards respectfully invited Country orders attended to with, despatch. A large discount allowed on family packets. - ? 1-3- JONES, William-street, Bathurst. JUST OPENED! WALKER'S ptfljoraentat Wtrlui KEPPEL AND BENTINCK STREETS, NEAR RAILWAY STATION, BATHURST. Pommmita, Stadstones, flosses', Stabs AND CHURCH TABLETS, In Marble, Granite, and Stone— on hand and to order — after newest designs. Tomb Railings, Porcelain & China Wreaths aild Crosses in gro...

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

SIX MILES AN HOUB EASY. Iwo Irishmen (says a contemporary) having travelled on foot from Bathurst to Parramatta, were exceedingly tired and fatigued with their journey, and the more so when they were told they had about 14 miles to go to get to Sydney. ' By St. Pat rick I' cried one of them, 'it is but seven 3t apiece ; let us e'en walk on.' It is now the pleasure of E. Webb & Co. to in form their friends that, as the first lot of genf English boots they opened in March last gave siid, good satisfaction, they have received a further lot of twenty trunks of the same class of goods, pers#8 ' Liguria'' What they opened before Mere in %i^ sizes only. This shipment comprises men's, *Wsi and youths', and as the quality has been tried and fotmd tgood, E. W* .-& O--. have no hesitation j,, j recemhiendiiig t^ein ;jtt||tlic consideration of thoit i customers. Among other goods will be found j Men's kid Emperors, sewn and bevelled soles, e.g. all sizes, 5 to 1 0. Men's calf di...

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