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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

BUM A ^ ?y$J N E W CONVERTIBLE PLOUGR Easily Convertible*^ vice versa. [?] The Beams a of jl# Plough niv of W '??'?11- S f E E L, Gnrnt Rigidity; By thearrangpemeut adopted, when the -second Plough is removed, there are no looso parts to lie about and ^et lost. This implement has been well tested both — r**-^ as a singte and double-furrow Plough, and is therefore confidently recommended. /ttowajwjjfe ABU General Purpose Double- Furrow Plough! with. m Leverage, , Steerage, AND Expanding BEAMS. [?] THIS WILL BE FOUND ? i ? . ONE OF THE 1 . i v ? : r j :,??! . ? i MOST COMPLETE-AND I EFFICIENT PLOUGHS VET PRODUCED. j The lifting out at land's end is done entirely by the horses, and the ploughman has merely to release a lever handle, when by the onward progress of the horses the shares are lifted out of the ground, thus greatly facilitating the turning. By means of one simple lever both the land and furrow wheels are locked or steered ; these ploughsjj^therefore easily guided, even on t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Our Sydney Letter. 9th February. 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

6ur £ mtntit Sfyttqr. PfROM OUll OWN CORRESPONDENT.] 9th February. 1884. We have had ' ronl livo time?,1' as our American friends say, during the past tr\v woeks in tlie world of politics. The lull of last in uith was indeed the calm that precedes the storm. And what a storm in a tea-pot it is, to be sure ! Whether one thinks of the Wisdom v. Buchanan, the Uil»bs v. Sullivan - Luscombe, or the Taylor v. Jieid-Snttor whirlwind, it is all alike — blow ! blow ! blow ! Poor Anthony Trollope will laught in his cofliu ;it us, I believe. Of the first mentioned fracas let us Imry it decently ; or, at any rate, let the ' dead past bury its dead,' rejoicing in the wisdom of the proverb ' an honest man's the noblest work of Goil,' .and so ' all's well that ends well.' We cannot bury Mr. Dibbs so easily — I wish we could his deficiency. Briefly, talk in town is that he is very blameable for not having hal the courage to inane an effort to purge the Civil Service. The Service all the world over ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

E. WEBB «SC CO. INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO THEIR STOCK OF /c@f^l6ULTURAL jVIAejHINEF^Y, &c. It is, without doubt, the LARGEST and MOST VARIE L) ever seen in the District. Look to your own interests, study your own welfare, l-y calling and inspecting ; or, if unable to call, write and obtain all information before purchasing elsewhere. The prices are low, all goods are of the best manufacture, and E. W. & Co. have no hesitation in saying that a considerable saving will be effected. E. W. & Co. have still a few WINNOWERS kffc. ** *s a well-known fact that the best samples of wheat will command the highest prices ; the cleanest seed will produce the cleanest crop ; therefore every farmer should study these little facts, and make himself the possessor of a i i CORBETT'S 'SMALL OCCUPATION' WINNOWER. This machine is introduced for the purpose of meeting the requirements of small occupiers. The sizes of Riddles are 18 x 16, and the price only £9 10s. CORBETrS IMPROVED...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. Mrs. McLEAN, BALMORAL HOUSE, George-street, Bathurst. Comfortable Accommodation. Reasonable Terms. Established, 1856. W.H.PAUL, Prize Saddle & Harness Maker, Carriage, Buggy, and all other kinds of Harness, always in stock. Also Whips, Bits, Spurs, Horse Clothing, Bugs, -f*c. WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. THE 'ENTERPRISE' IIS 4 GALVANIZED IRON WORKS, WILLIAM ST., BATHURST. SYKBS & BlLEY Are prepared to undertake Plumbing and Galvanized Iron Work Of every description, at the most Reasonable Rates. TANKS made to order, and every description of TINWARE kept in stook or made to order. Note the Address — TWO DOORS PROM CITY BANK, William Street. MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES — IN — Iftarfrty Jptlurityd (Spititu, ar $tm. The LARGESTtand BEST stock in the Wectern District to select from. The DESIGNS are the Choicest, combined with Prices to Suit all Classes of Purchasers. Your inspection is respectfully solicited before pur chasing elsewhere. Se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

BENfALL'^GfiEt CHAFF-CUTTER, with rising mouth, 9£ x 3£. Cuts three lengths, £, 7-16th, and J. It has a stopping and reversing ^motfoT 1 ' V 'wi^t*** witli $1*0 j handles* and is suitable for either hand or horse power. £10 7s. Qd. %- j 'kENTAMi'feci HCHAI^ CUTTER, similar to CEE, but is fitted with two knives. £13 5s. 6d. I BENTALL'S CSH CHAFF CUTTER, with rising, mouth, 10 x 8J. Cuts three ^engthsj has three knives, and is fitted with two handles, n 1 is recommended for either steam or horse power, ana1 is capable of cutting up a large quantity ^)f food. ' i BENTALL'S CHAFF KNIVES, SUITABLE FOR ANY of the ABOVE, ON HAND. . ! ° r 5 AH at E, WEBB & CO.'S. HORSE GEARS! HORSE GEARS! HORSE GEARS! HUNT'S NEW IMPROVED ONE-HORSE GEARS, with separate intermediate motion and pulleys complete. HUNT'S NEW IMPROVED TWO-HORSE GEARS, with separate intermediate motion and pulleys complete. E. WEBB & CO; would draw the Attention of FARMERS and others to the fact of their WORKSHOPS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

WILLIAM PASOOE, AUCTIONEER AND FURNITURE DEALER, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, AND Private Sales of Property Effected. Rents and Debts Collected. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS. A LA.RGK STOCK of FURNITURE always on HAND for Private Sale. Agent for the Queen Insurance Company (Fire and Life.) Offices : Webb's buildings, George Street, bathurst. Astounding Reductions! IS NOW THE CHEAPEST HOUSE II BITI8ST FOR New and Second-hand F1IIE. CORNER OF RUSSELL & BENTINCK STREETS, PEATE'S CHALLENGE BfflSfi MB, Awarded one First and four Special Prizes for excellence of quality. Patronized liy his Excellency LOUD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS; G. C. M. G. Try Pbatb & Cc.'s superior EGG POWDER and FRUIT SALTS ! The BEST ever offered to the public. Once used, always used. L. PEATE, Manufacturer, GEORGE-STltEET, BATHURST. N.B.— Liberal Discount to Wholesale Bi^eik nlfilI1cfii]i{it bhliililui) vi ill ululllUj Stock and Station, Land and Estate FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND , -HJESBil Wmb? A.M.P.S.BUILDINGS, WILL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

LADOW'S JOINTED PULVERISING & SMOOTHING DISC HARROWS. ! This machine, like all other llSefal inventions, is simple, and J, PERFECTLY ADAPTED to iXS-WORRfchi-rtlie-only louder - jS) that it should have remained f unknown so long, It is in prin ciple and«onsttuction TOTALLY UKLIKKsALL 6TJlKKfil- which only vary in their manner of scratching the top of the soil) ; tliis, on the contrary, lifts, turns; and so thoroughly pulverises the goil, that any person seeing it work cannot but acknowledge its GREAT ADVANTAGES OVJ^R ALL OTHERS. For cccpnomy of time and expense, for THE! MOST PERFECT TILLAGE,! and for the GREATEST YIELD OF CROPS, it IB unequalled by any other . implement known. Its disc wheels cut the soil into farrows, and by the oblique roll riven to them TAKES THE SOIL FROM BELOW, lifting and turning it over, and by. this means THOROUGHLY PUL VJiRISES IT, thus leaving it inthe best possible condition to promote the growth of plants, while WEEDS AND .OTHER RUBBISH ARE PULLE...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER II. THE PHOTOGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER II. THE PHOTOGRAPHS. I'vk been 2 sick to write in my diiy for most a week. It was gettin' drownded made me ill. an' gettn' out o' bed when I was swetty. Dock tor Moore he's been up to see ine twist a day. He's been so good to me I'm sorry I f ritened him that night. I herd Bess tell Lily this morning she was glad I was sick, 'cause there was some piece in the house now ; she hoped I'd stay in bed a month. I wonder wot girls don't like their little brothers for. I'm sure I'm real good to Bess. I go to the post-offis fur her twist a day when I am well. I never lost moren three letters fur her. Golly J aint I glad she don't know 'bout them ! This afternoon I felt so much better I wanted to get up, so when I heard Betty comin' with my supper, I slipped out o' bed an' hid behind the door. I had mamma's shawl around me, an' I jumpted out as she came in, an' barked as like I was a big black dog, an' that careless creature just dropped the server on the floor. Suc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

iiiHMIT AT L WEBB & CMMf WEDHESDAf A™ir^|^JHE WESTERN WAREHOUSE IS CLOSED EVMSOAY AT 1 O'CLOCK. 1AH. ? _i __ M W| ? ' ~i 't Queen jirocld Empress India. 1877 | l o w Melbourne Ut witli gas, 1850 2 ?-» Vh Buss discovered Western Port,171-8 3, 4 v Diimplcr landed in Australia, 1GG5 4 Is Rep. Gov. granted N.S.W. 1843 I 5 k e Epiphany. First quarter of moon :« , 7.ir sFibt.»vaAuijKew«ealand,!1846.s 7 bT Fili5t l-egatta in Pt Jackson, 1831 j 8 9 \v Penny Postage established, 1840 j 9 10 Th lloyal Exchange burned, 1838 |10, 11 w Wreck of London, 186G II1 12 s Gold discovered N.S.W. 1851 12, 13 c 1st after Epiphany. Full moon |i»] * 14 M First convicts arrived Botany,1788 u ? v iS T *Sau4wteh Islands diaconectd, 1|B8 15 16 w Half-holiday to-day at Webb's 16 17 Th Earthquake in Sydney, 1800 17 8 F Gov. Phillip lauded at Botany ,1788 18 n « Sturt's Expedition returned, 1846 19_ 20 -5 2nd after Epiphany. Last qr. in. Su] 91 ?r Prince Alfred arrived in Sy., 1Mb sf 22' 23 w No half -hol...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

'We regret to tax our friends with such a list ot apparently dry reading. Figures are always dry until they reai-li the pocket, then they generally get lively. We are wrtain that the above figures get at the pocket:- ol most men and women throughout the country, thereto i\j the Bathurst lost should be as kangaroo-like as any Treasurer this month, it should jump about from house to house, because it lets all know what they are contributing towards the support of the State. The tea-drhiker used to contribute 3d. per lb to the country for every pjund of tea he used. Mr. Dibbs says this is not enough, he has therefore raised it to 6d. per lb. In proposing to make this increase what does Mr. Dibbs say ? Let us take his own words from his speech as published in the Sydney Morning Herald of January 25th, 1884. THE EXCUSE He says : — ' I cannot for the life of me think why persons who are teetotallers — who enjoy all the advantages of government — should not pay their share of taxation the ...

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THE NEW TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1884

THE NB^ TAXES. Tuerk aw some people who never read a book, a newspaperf w a^y^ings^ke. So far as they arc concerQed,tbipr^K»sediiew taxes are unknown, ami are likely to be until the first instalment has to be paid. Then they will wake up and want to know what is thtNnatter. Especially will this be the case if a collector conies rouud and wants to see the list of their effects and property, &c. The proposed tax upon property, though at first objectionable on account of its apparently Including furniture, jewellery, wearing apparel, &c, has now been modi He J, and is meeting with greater approval. Mr. Dibbs fix«d £800 as the limit for exemption, but we are glad to see this gentleinau^s proposals are * somewhat elastic or kangaroo-like ?flSfrfe, will stretch or jump about to suit public feeling. Public opinion says you must raise the exemption to £o00, and we understand Mr. Dibbs now has no objection. This means that if a farmer has over £500 in cash, horses, cattle, pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

WmVARFSi'N&W CO N V E R T I B L E P L O U G H. Bv the arru^ment adopted, wl,«» ti.e second Plough is amoved, there are no loose parts to lie about and get lost. Thj implement has been well tested both By tiie arr.uioem0Dv »J«p' - ^ a singj° and doubie_fMrrow Plough, and is therefore confidently recommended. 'Howard's OBU General Purpose Double- Furrow Plough! ? «-v ?» t Howard's New Riding and Self -lifting Gang Mougtos §^AT ' ^S^^^W||||M,B ? LARGE WHEELS 1 I lUU.f JJfil' ' I.UWI --^ ? ~ ??? ' ? ''' ? .*-*3T~ J ? — ? — i. j*u t i..j »«n i« r.l™i»)i»fl at a loss cost, and also with lees fatigue to the ploughman, than the old system. The With the same animal power a larger breadth of land can be J««d ?*? iJJSJiffbfcwi to rise and fall, thereby avoiding all pressure on the horses' Ga'g Plough is draw/from rtippletr^s a^^*e fel^^^As of the Com. The patent self-lifting arrangement is very simple. Instea* of Mdfi. Tl« !»»'» »« coHdc^ fS^i [dX-&7S^mtALZnl-t the flojsefc and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

: i MZmm ww jgoi MUZMMZm Ou tilK . ---:'?'? - '? ? ^^ ^Ts ~ ^i ?? \\\ ;hi; * \ IK V 1TJ£ VOUfi ATTENTION 1'U TliKlU 6TOCK OF /tfi f$ W UTU^AL ]rf A©}H I N E f^Y, &c. It is, without doubt, the LARGEST aud MOST VARIED ever seen in the District. Look to your own interests, study your own welfare, |»y calling and inspecting; or, if unable to call, write and obtain all information before purchasing elsewhere. The price-; sue low, all goods arc of the best manufacture, and E. W. -& Co. .iave.no hesitation in saying that a considerable saving will be effected. E. W. & Co. have still a few WINNOWERS ^e^- I* 1S a well-known fact that the best samples of wheat will command the highest prices ?? the cleanest seed will produce the cleanest ciop];j therefore every' farmer |houid study these little facts, and make himself the possessor 'of a ; i COKBETT'S 'SMALL OCCUPATION' WINNOWER. This machine is introduced for tlie purpose of meeting the requirements of small oecupiere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

j, ???????:? ' -'?' , -VVr* r*'tfii*%: *V* /^\ 14. *Y* *VTT' l^f '^ '???.? a*. %W|feiftr A ¥\ :A''l ll\| HaJ»S ESTABLISHED 1848^' iMTOfER IMP MOKS, STMillm,; & JPCY GOODS. BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS. .,,.,.,..,,.,...,,,.. Ex S.S. ABERCxELDIE — New Workboxes and Besks, from 5s. to 50s. each. Ladies1 Workboxes and Desks combined, iii a great variety of styles, from SCHOOL TEACHERS in the suirounding district can always obtain a full supply of the latest School;Materials;, JEXT BO.QKS, Programmes of Lessons, #cMfrom +: r ? . ; J. R. JjONES, .WitLujuE Street, Bathijrst. ? 1» WILLIAM PA§0f l- AU-5tl()NSBfe A^D FURNITURE DEALER, HOUSE, LAND, E^fAYE, a!n» Privtite toe6 6f Prtiperty Effected. Rents and Debts Collected. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS. A LARGE STOCK of FURNITURE always on HAND for Private Sale. i '-?'.????? -Agent for ike Quetin MMrance Company (Fire and Life.) OFFICES : WEBB'S £yiLblN-3S, GEORGi STREET, BATHURST. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION For Visitors or Permanent Boa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

Established, 1856. W. H.PAUL, Prize SadilW Harness Maker. Carriage, Buggy, and all other kinds of Harness, always in stock. Also Whips, Bits, Spurs, Horse ClotMng, Rugs, $c. WILLIAM STREET. BATHURST. MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Mantelpieces, Tiles,&c. For tlae above, or any description of MARBLE or STONE, visit W ALKER'S JUmttmmrtal WLsth KEPPEL AND BENTINCK STREETS, BATHURST, Where you will find the STOCK the LARGEST, the DESIGNS the NEWEST, and the PRICES 25 per cent. UNDER any . in the Western District. N.B.— HEADSTONES, £2 10s. and upwards. Astounding Reductions! T. BENNETT'S IS NOW THE HURST I« IN VMS FOR New and Second-hand FipE. CORNER OF RUSSELL & BENTINCK STREETS, BOUQUET HOLDERS.—A very pretty lot, in various designs, CHEAP. G. WH ALAN, Printer and Stationer, Howick-street, Bathurst. an i lira, Stock and Station, Land and Estate AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND ?HOBUL AliliS* A.M.P.S.BUILDINGS, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. Sale Yards: Bathurst&Lidsdale. irri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

fK& Wm 25&' FEATE'g, Awarded one Mrit and foiir Special prteeB for excellence of quality. Patronised by his Excellency LORD A U G tJ S T U S L 0 F T U S, a. C. M. G, Try Peate & Co.'s superior EGG, POWDER and FRUIT SALTS ! yhe best ever offered to the public. Once used, always used. , * ? L. P E AT E; Min ufactu t&, GEORGE-STREET^ BATHURST. N.B. — Liberal Discount to Wholesale Buyer*. Printed for the proprietors by GLYNDWE WHALAN, at hia Oeoeial ?Printing Offloe, Softool of Arts Buildings, Hgwi-*-?trwt B»thunfc

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER III. THE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER III. HE PARTY. 0 dbre 1 0 dere 1 Wot a world this is ! Little boys are born to trubble as the sparks are to fly upwards It's Over a week sence I ve had the harte to rite one word in my diry P6b¥; diryl tiie reckord nf « hmkimy harte. I come to the for consultashun ! On this paige will I deBcribemy wose. It hurts me yet to sit down square oh my sete, but I will try to bare it for thi sake. m ,,.. It all dates from the day I carnd the fellers back their fotographs. As I said, the girls; they tezed ma to give 'em a party, which she promised, so they was in M fether, an' begun to rite out the list of those they meant to ast, that afternoon. They wur all three as bizy as bees, an* I was bean good, settin' on a ciiare, a listening quietly, coz I was tired, when the bell! wrung, an' who do you s pose it proofed to be but our' Aunt Betsey, she that lives to Hoppertown an' comes to see us twicst a yere. My sisters was put out, 'cause they gnu she d stay a week, an'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

TXTANTED — First - class FROCK COAT - » V MAKERS. One used to making Habits preferred. E. WEBB & CO. NOTICE. ' |aye and Freeman, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL TIN, ZINC, & IRON WORKS, CORNER OF GEORGE AND HOWICK STREETS, BATHURSV. Colonial Oven Makers, PLUMBERS i GAMES, Eledlric Bell Fitters. A LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TINWARE NOW OPENING UP. 'ADVERTISING IS THE KEYSTONE OF SUCCESS.' THE BATHURST II PUSS, Published, BI-WEEKLY, with Supplement on Saturday, Is a PURELY LOCAL PAPER, circulating ex tensively throughout the Western Districts. SUBSCRIPTION : 24s. per Annum in advance, Or 6s. per quarter. A CAPITAL MEDIUM for ADVERTISING. TRY IT FOR ONE QUARTER. OF EVERY IMAGINABLE KIND Executed in the best possible manner AT LOWER THAN SYDNEY PRICES. Visit CQLEMAN'S FERNDALE NURSERY, Upper Piper-street, Bathurst, FOB BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS. LABGE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. MR. ALEXANDER, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL (Registered in London). THE BATHURST PHARMACY, WILLIAM STREET, A...

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GIGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

GIGGLES. A favorite watering place during hot weather— a modern dairy. To remove paint. — Sit on a freshly daubed cellar door, or wash the rosy cheeks of a sleeping beauty. The man who can keep his mouth shut when hit on the funny bone is the right stuff to make country mayors of. Two bushmen were in town the other day and saw a couple of dudes of the dudest kind. 'Gosh I' exclaimed one of the back-blockers. ' what things a fellow can see when he aint got no gun.' A pair of Queen Elizabeth's gloves can be seen, in a good state of preservation, at the British Museum. She had a hand nearly as big as A. G. Taylor's. The thumb of the glove is 5 inches long, and the palm measures 3£ inches across. ' They tell me Brown has a great ear for music,' said Penderson. ' Well,' replied Simmons, '?' I know he has a great ear— two of them in fact ; but I did not know that they were for music. I supposed they were for brushing flies off the top of his head.' Making the best or it is a gooa rule ror...

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