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

BATHURST ENTERPRISE. Since the old East India Company opened up a trade between England and India, a colossal business has sprung up between the two empires* English manufacturers find the greatest outlet for their wares amongst India's millions. Now Australia is pushing forward with her products to claim a share of this trade, in return for the million pounds we spend annually on imported Indian teas alone. Amongst the list of Australian representatives at the Calcutta Exhibition the firm of Messrs. E. Webb and Co. figures as winners of the bronze medal for superfine flour. This article was manufactured at the mills of Mr. Crago, of this city, from wheat grown, in the Western Districts, and was not a picked sample, as is generally the case, but was taken promiscuously from a number of bags stored in the Western Warehouse cellars.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

EWEBB & CO. have for sale a couple of ? American Putnam or Breaking-in Trotting CARTS. The prices are very low, viz., £21 and £22 10s.

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

JUST OPENED— Splendid value in Honeycomb and Turkish TOWELS. Turkish BATH BLANKETS— a luxury. Terry, Toilet, and Honeycomb Toilets and Counterpanes to match. A speciality in Colored Brocaded and Fringed QUILTS. E. WEBB & CO., Bathurst.

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Our Sydney Letter. 3th March, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

®ur jtytag S#fr. Tfrom our own correspondent.! 3th March, 1884. A French proverb says 'It is the unexpected that always happens,' and I suppose the late honor able member for East Sydney could just now easily appropriate that wise saw. There is but little doubt that the adverse vote was not so much aimed at G. H. Reid as a man as at the financial proposal of the Government. The victory of Mr. Burdekin was undoubtedly owing to his forming a regular Cave of Adullam. Last month I made a few rambling remarks about the working men being led by the nose with the parrot cries of their leaders, I thought I had been rather hard on them ; but to find them led to the ballot in the interests of Mr. Burdekin, as opposed to G. H. Reid, evpn acknowledging that the 'insolence of office' had got hold upon him, proves to me I was, if anything, on the soft side. And what an illustration it gives us of the fact that ' human nature' is the same in all ages. To-day, a pathway of palm leaves and acclaims ...

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

BliNTAIJj'S ty$B QH^FF-CUTTElt, frith rising mouth, 9J x 8^. . Cuts three lengths, £, 7-16th, and J. It has a stopping and reversing woMon, -'' tsifitliStehiko WyUes, and ts^raitabic for either hand or horse ]-ower. £10 7s.6d. t - * ''» V BENTALL'S C K H CHAFF CUTTER, similar toCEE, butts^|be(| with two knives. £13 Ss.^d. ; liENT ALL'S CSH CHAFF CUTTER, with rising mouth, 10*^ ;i£. Cuts tiiree lengths, has three knives, and is fitted with two handles. It is recommended for either steam or horsepower, and is capable oi cutting up a large quantity of food. ? i BENTALL'S CHAFF KNIVES, SUITABLE FOR ANY of the ABOVE, ON HAND. ; ? ^Al[atj. WEBB & CO.'S, HORSE GEARS ! HORSE GEARS \ HORSE GEARS ! HUNTS NEW IMPUuVED wNE-HOKSE GEARS, with separate intermediate motion ana pulleys compieto. HUNT'S NEW IMPROVED TWO-HORSE GEARS, with separate intermediate motion and pulleys complete. ' ? ~ ' E. WElVB & CO. would draw the attention of FARMERS and otiWs to the fact of their WORKSJJt...

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

MISCELLANEA. Victoria expects a very plentiful potato crop this year. Thkrb are 1,500,000 horses in Great Britain, 300,000 more than in the whole of Australia and New Zealand. Jerry Wilson, as he is popularly called, has discovered another remarkable cave at the Fish River, rivalling in size those already known. A Civil Service Protection Association has been mooted in Adelaide. They don't want one in Sydney, because every one there is either a civil servant or else anxious to become one ; consequently tney nave no one to protect themselves against. Protecting Coal.— If a load of coal is left out of doors exposed to the weather until it is burned up in one grate — say two months— it loses one-third of its heating quality. If a ton of coal is placed on the ground and left there, and another ton is placed under a shed, the latter loses about twenty-five per cent, of its heating power, the latter about forty-seven per cent. Hence it is a great saving of coal to have it in a dry place, ...

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

A CHOICE assortment of AUTUMN NOVELTIES in Flowers, Feathers, Feather Trimmings, N-mv Laces, and Buttons, now on view at the WESTERN WAREHOUSE.

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

LADOW'S JonmD PBLVERBINGI SfflfQIHmG BJSC HARROWS. This machine, like all other Hseful inventions, is simple, and go PERFECTLY ADAPTED to ITS WORK that the only wonder is, that it should have r^niamcjd unknowfl^o loftg, '''It is in prin ciple and construction TOTALLY UNLIKE ALL OTHERS (which only vaVy-#n JKheiiamafinec of scratching Itfe *top*oi ttro loll) ; this, on the contrary, lifts, turns, and so thoroughly pulverises the soil, that 'any person seeing it work cannot but acknowledge its GREAT ADVANTAGES OVEB ALL OTHERS. For ecconomy of time and expense, for TH3£ MOST PERFECT TILLAGE, and for the GREATEST YIELD OF CROPS, it is unequalled by any other implement known. Ite disc wheels cut the soil into furrows, and by the oblique roll given to them TAKES THE] BOIL FROM BELOW, lifting' and turning it over, and by this means THOROUGHLY PUL-1 VERISES IT, thus leaving iti inthe best possible condition to; promote the growth of plants,] while WEEDS AND OTHER! RUBBISH ARE PULLED UPj and ...

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For the Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1884

For the Farmers. Brain and Muscle.— J. H. Moore, in the Some and Farm, gives the following advice to small farmers, who, he says, must depend on brains to make money; there is where brains will do work better than hands. Get a good team and keep it in good order, so it can do a good day's work. Get such tools as will accomplish the most work. The day has passed when an intelligent man can afford to break his ground with a six-inch plough, or cultivate his corn with a one horse plough. The world has made great strides in the last ten years, and the small farmer must avail himself of all the new inventions in agricultural machinery if he would succeed. Brains will beat muscle. The old scythe represents muscle, the mower represents brains. The cradle represents muscle, the self-binder brains. Then the next best advice I have for the small farmer is, learn to co-operate with your brother farmers ; band together for advice and protection; meet together and intelligently discuss.your affa...

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

SATURDAY, M^RCH 15, 1884.

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

,. e. ., 'wx:^^ . ;-s& go., ? - ? i ??? - 'i ? ' --'? ' i ~ ; i ii WHAT TO WEAR. Black lace very fashionable. Toques will be worn again. Broches in everything abound. Henri II. and III. shapes most in demand. Many of the new bonnets are of velvet and chenille. New chenille trimmings will appear in every shape and style. Fur capes, so popular last season, will be as much worn as ever. Little shoulder capes j resembling ft« fur ones, will be greatly worn in 1 ptash and velvet. TJ WEBB & CO. have imported ?*-' ? a magnificent supply of Ladies' and Children's ULSTERS, in New market, Pour-in - hand, and other shapes ; also, Children's Velvet, Merino, and Tweed TUNICS and PELISSES ; also, a full supply of their new hand-made HIBERNIA UNDERCLOTHING. Combination costumes remain in high favor, especially cachimere and velvet; also plain with checks and stripes. Waistcoats form a prominent fea ture in all the new costumes, and afford t good opportunities for con : trasting col...

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

A SMALL lot of the choicest Novelties in Lace **? Collarettes, Ottoman Ribbons, the new Fortesque Frilling, and fresh Laces now on view at the WESTERN WAREHOUSE.

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

The defeat of the once popular Minister of Education is a sign that the tide of popularity which hoisted the Stuart Government into power, some fourteen months back, is now ebbing almost as quickly as it flowed in. The opinion is rapidly gaining ground that the Government has no policy of its own : that it is composed of gentlemen who are totally antagonistic in the views they individually take of important questions, so that they are not animated by the same intentions in giving their support to any measure. This consequently weakens their collective strength and places them in the hands of the House, or at the mercy of any caucus of members who are working together for the benefit of Number One. The taxation proposals have been one grotesque failure from beginning to end. Resolutely declining to enter into any system of retrenchment, the Treasurer, with a blast of trumpets, laid his now famous taxation scheme before the country, and at the same time denounced retrenchment as a har...

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The Bathurst Post. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884. Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 2 April 1884

$hi%ithnt%t$nt WEDNESDAY, APlUfr A~1884. \ ghtg. These beautiful little qaadrupeds are creating more attention every day V cau it be wondered at when their wool produces the yei^ finest and best uf clothing, not oW tor the stronger race of liuuiau beings, but also for thfe jgentle and fairest of the fair I Woman admu^lgtyhy of the lovely woollen fabrics that her dress^' made of, and now she has a chance of seeing some of the pretty creatures which, in the first place, produce the material for those very fine texture materials, such as nuns' veiling, cashmeres, luerinoes, &c., &c. Many of the best of these ani mals sell at from £100 to £-iO0 each, and in a few instances, even higher prices than these have been reached. THE DIFFICULTY OF JUDGIN* sheep as classed in the society's schedule of prizes, is making itself more apparent this year than ever. No doubt, this is owing to the fact that more sheep are being shown. The Society does its best to per fect its. system, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 2 April 1884

*- ? COUNEft OF GEORGE AND H0W1CK STREETS, BATHURST. ? — - . 11 ANUFACTUBERS OP TANKS, BATHS, CISTERNS, COLONIAL OVENS, LAMPS, SUNLIGHTS, HOUSE-TltOUGHS. [?] G AsS IF ITTE RS AND ' ^LUMBERS. PUMPS, WINDMILLS AND TANKS SUPPLIED AND FIXED'. ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS. ROOFS COVERED, GUTTER AND R1DCF FIXFf) GALVAW2EB iRONy GxnxERt^EmGiN^ , and Pipe :]KoRka Corrugated TANKS and IliON CURVED to order. HOT and COD) WATER LAID ON at shortest notice. 'XTargTlto^ ^rSkBFIT^N^ on hand. ELECTRIC BELLS, INDICATORS, PUSHES, -&c, supplied and fixed. TRADE CATALOGUE. Liberal Discounts to the Trade only. On Exhibition at the Show: MODEL HOT and COLD WATER CIRCULATING APPARATUS for BATHS, KITCHENS, CONSERVATORIES, &c. Combined URN for Tea and (Joifee. COLONIAL OVENS. Tinware, Japanned Ware, Galvanized Wai'e. Also, CURVING MACHINE working— Curving Iron for Roofs, Verandahs, and Tanks; Note the Address: Corner of George and Howick Streets. SSSS4 GEOEGE MATTHEWS & SON, . ; 'WJESSTJESS...

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The World's Doings at a Clance. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 2 April 1884

®)u' grid's §mnj)3 at a Blanco. Egyptian affairs troubling England greatly. Gladstone unwell in consequence ot overwork. Russia making suspicious advances towards Egypt and India. A war not very distant between England and Russia General Graham (our British great gun in Egypt) too late to relieve Tokar. British Government greatly to blame. Drought fearful out west, one squatter having only 30,000 sheep left out of 110,000. Numbers more losing all they have. What means it all 1 -jr Parts of Queensland flooded. ^ inches of rain at Cooktown a short time since in 24 hours. Another down pour on Tuesday week of 8 inches. Griffith's Government of Queeusland beats ours hollow : They turn good honest old J.'sP. off to put their own freinds and supporters on at pleasure. Something more about this in next BathubstJPost. Accommodation at Railway Stations for travellers in Queensland much better than here. The meals are far superior, and the time to eat them very fair. Horse taming great sucess ...

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THE ORGAN OF FORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 2 April 1884

THE ORGAN UF FORM. At the (jjuarter Sessions Court recently, before his Honor Judge Forbe?, in a forgery case, a wit ness for the^ defence was put in the box, who was ' affirming' with; great readiness that the hand writing on a certain cheque was not that of the prisoner before the court. Later on his Honor remarked, ' 1 suppose you know prisoner's Jiand writing well V* to which he received the unexpected reply irom the witness, ** As a student of medicine.' I know that 'the organ of ionn lies between the eyes, and therefore 1 am able to say that that could not be the form of prisoner's hand-writing, although 1 have neverjseen it.' This answer raised a general smile, and his Honor, to keep up the joke, handed witness a paper from amongst his notes, with the words, 'Now, is that my hand-writing?' Witness (decidedly^ : ' No, your Honor, it is not. Your writing would be much finer and better in every j way than that.' More smiles circUated at this ready reply, and his Honor finding hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 2 April 1884

FOR SALE AT WEBB'S, Men's Tweed Trousers at 3s. Gd. A mar vel .' They are tough and strodg, though prico is ridiculous. FOR SALE AT WEBri's, Men's Strong, Warm, Tweed Trousers at 5s, Gd. if you have not seen them, find them soon, or you will be late 1 FOR SALE AT WEBB'S, Men's Tweed Trousers and Vest, to match, at «s. lid. and 10s. lid. ' These are rery stylish and good ; iitjior the Show. FOR SALE AT WEBB'S, Men's Tweed Suit* at 21s. Gd. and 26s. 6d. These are specially made to order, are well cut and stylish goode. FQRrv* j I AT WEBB'S, Men's Winter, - ..coats at T ? amount of warmth in these is wondc ' '1 ? ? in stock up to 52s. 6d. ' - ' -? FORSALsT '? 4 T WEBB'S, Meu's Tweed Coats at 5s. 1 ? for sale ?- ' m AT WEBB'S, Men's Printed Mole Trou, - 9 These are special value, and hard to bea '^M F0RSALE — ;/ fl AT WEBB'S, A Choice Parcel of Ge1;'/ !fl Coats, in ribbed and fancy coating, ? ?' M 'U 39s. Gd. and 48s. Gd. JF {? FOR SALE ~J&£ I AT WEBB'S, Children's Knickerbocker...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 2 April 1884

f.v' ..' :'?'£ I * . jfUr ^ °- - sp|f j, a o ' -, ? I © fc* br t^ ^S 3 ^ O i * * FRUIT TREES. Lavata Arborea Varagata. Plants, 2s. 6d. Ornamental and Useful. — Feme, Flowers, Fruit Trees. -Is 56 ° E ** bi 2.JB D *f f © CO ^ FRUIT TREES. ELEMENTS k EM, Stock and Station, Land and Estate FAT STOCK SALESMEN, I AND -^GENERAL A1II1S* k.M. P. S. BUILDINGS, I WILLIAM-STRE3T, BATHURST. lale Yards: Bathurst&Lidsdale. mhmnt mi gtntmt, H (Registered in London), ?tober of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain H and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, ? (ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL), |BAfHUHSf* JBl . ? . PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. Mrs. ifcLEAN, BALMORAL HOUSE, George-street, Bathurst. Comfortable? Accommodation. Reasonable Terras. BATHURST A., H., & P. ASSOCIATION!' GRAND SHOW NOW IN FULL SWING AT THE SOCIETY'S GHUUNDS ! April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. lyviyvLENSE Attractions ! N UM 5BOUS EXHI BITS ! GREAT SUCCESS ! ! The BAND will play a choice selection of airs 1st night. A CONCEPT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 2 April 1884

:p^t cT,, Rx JONES, spill IMPORTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOtfiS.^ j BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PHE8EOTS. | IM^.fi^ABERGEX^^ — ^cw Workboxes and Desks, hum 5s. to 50s. each. Ladies' Workboxes and Desks combine!, in a great variety of styles, from. 1 f. to £8 Bs.^ach. TEACHERS hi the sinroimding district caa always obtain a full supply of the latest School Materials, TEXT BOOKS, Programmes of Lessons, &tr;; from J. R. JONES William Street, Bathurst. __ . XXMEIVEESKTSES SUC6ESS! _ SUCCESS 1 GKAND BATHFEST SHOW ! ! Numerous Exhibits. Everything Well Represented. IS THE GRAND DISPLAY OF DIRECT IMPORTATIONS Ffom England, France, and America, MOW ON VIEW AT E. WEBB -fe CO.'S. i A S&ecot! Shipment of IPIAJKTOfil ^KDTime Payment System ! OR LIBERAL DISCOUNT ALLOWED FOR CASH. MAKBR8: ( WALNUT, large size ? Price, only £22 10 MAKERS: -A SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT, Ebonized and fiMUlM^jftlffWru^Si-Pfirior ditto ditto ? „ „ 27 10 ^LUJ^U^ JfV^H,'] beautifully relieved with gold...

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