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The Nutshell Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1884

ifte Jhitsk^ll djtflluwm Welcome rain foil in Bathurst on {Saturday and Sunday, the 6th and Oth inst. More yet wanted. Floods in Sydney end of last week. The stock market has been greatly depressed in Sydney owing to drougm. Half fat animals have been almost given away and killed as tat. Present rain must stop stores being flooded in, and cause prices to run high. Mon day 's sales ut sheep up 2s. per head. Orreeu lucerne hay orougnt £7 10s,, and brown £6 10s., in Sydney last week. This must have been owing to stormy weather preventing Melbourne stuff coming round, as they have enormous stocks down south. Prices for lucerne hay cannot possibly keep at such a figure. The personality or the late Mr. Thomas Holloway has been sworn at £550,000. This is independently of the freehold estates, which are of considerable value. Valuable collection of ploughs and harrows at Webb's this season. Prices very moderate. Prince Leopold, youngest son of H.M. the Queen, died suddenly at uannes, in Fra...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER IV. THE ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1884

A BAD BOY'S DIAttY. CHAPTER IV. THE ELOPEMENT. I bbokb of ruther abmply las' night 'cause a mouse come out of a hole in my bedroom, so I tride to catch it, I broke my wash-bole throing my shoe at it. but I didn't get the mouse. j Weil, the breaksman an' I we had a reel good talk, I tole him 'bout my sisters, 'nd Aunt Betsyj an* everything. He was sory for me ; he wouldn't t|fee money fo$ my fare ; he said, wen he was my age he use to be whipt evry night reglar, an1 1 must get use to it and not mind it. ' The frog gets used to bein' sktnn|4,' see he, ' but don't brake off your eister'e matches a#ane if you can help it, for beans is scarce ime year ; the war iu Europe has maid a corner in the market.' lie love that breakstuan till my dyin' day, he was so good to me. It was about nine a.m. wen we got to the plaice where I was to get off, so we shook hans and said good-bye, like we was ole frens. I b'iieve I'U give up bein' a Buflo Bill, and be a breaksman wen I gro up. Such a jolly lif...

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

THE BATp$TpHl|pk J. L ALEXANDER, tyfomi&t and jjatfisi, (Registered in London), Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL), B1TIUK8T. MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Mantelpieces, Tiles, &c. For the above, or any description of MARBLE or STONE, visit WALKER'S IfioiHimciita! WLoth 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. Stock and Station, Land and Estate FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND A.M.P.S.BUILDINGS, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. Sale Yards: Bathurst & Lidsdale, PRIVATE BOARDING- ESTABLISHMENT. Mrs. mTcLEAH BALMORAL HOUSE, % George-street, BattvurstM Comfortable Accommodation, Reasonable Terms*

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

IMPORTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. . BIHTHDAY AND WEDDINO PHESENTS. Ex S.S. ABERGELDIE — New Workboxes and Desks, fiom 5s. to 50s. each. Ladies' Workboxes and Desks combined, in a great variety of styles, iiotn 21s. to £$ 3s. each. SCHOOL TEACHEBS in the suirounding district can always obtain a full supply of the latest School Materials, TEXT BOOKS, Programmes of Lessons &c, from J. R. JONES William Stkebt, JBathurst. WILLIAM PASCOE, AUCTIONEER AND FURNITURE DEALER, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, AND Private Sales of Property Effected. Rents and Debts Collected. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS. A LARGE 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. ? WANTED, GENERAL SERVANTS, for immediate employment. Also, Cooks and Laundresses. Apply to H. B. THOMAS, Registry Office, George-street. P E AT E 'S cuumii baking won Awarded one First and four Special Prizes for ...

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Our Sydney Letter. 9th April, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1884

-§ur £jjtejj J^ifyr. Tfrom our own correspondent.] - 9 th Aurii. 1884. Toll the bell! A princj is dead 4 Ah! and a worthy prince was he, wisest son of one fitly called ' Albert the Uood,\ and best beloved oY her whom all Britains, true leal, call ' Our Good. .Queen.' Wis mourn his loss, for reasons manifold! Leopold was the only son of liis lather in literature and fine arts, and the one most likely to have kept the people in renu-mbrance of the wise acts and words of Prince Albert. We mingle our sorrows and re grets with the woman Queen, whose heart is so open to the woes and cries of her own subjects ; and we grieve with the wife so young, and so fully needing, in her womanly condition, the sympathies and condolence of a nation. Uf course he was always sickly and delicate, having been born under circumstances presenting peculiarities in his outer ; man well known to medical men; but having, by com .' biiied care and skill, reached manhood, it was anticipated that he might be spare...

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

PLOUGHS ! PLOUGHSf ? HARROWS ! HARROWS I ' JEB. WEBB £& CO. Invite attention to their large and varied stock of the above, with many other implermnts required by the Farmer. Th^ all-prevailing opinion at the Agricul te&rt'Shbw/lieid oivthe 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of this month, was, THAT E. WKttB & CQ.'S EXHIBIT OF MACHINERY AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS WAS THE FINEST EVER SEEN. JK THE DISTRICT ; no oth^r arm, either local or otherwise, showing anything- like the assortment. The same class of exhibits can still be seen displayed in the Machinery Department at the WESTERN WAREHOUSE. Therefore Farmers !«h6uld call early, see for themselves, and obtain full particulars, after which E. WEBB & CO. feel assered that no one will think of sending to Sydney or purchasing elsewhere, under the mistaken supposition that they can buy cheaper by doing ?o. F, 1 wheel; FG, RB, LH, and H, 2uwheels. [?] ALL FITTED WITH STEEL BREASTS, and considerably IMPROVED To meet the Requ...

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THE OUTBREAK OF SCAB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1884

THE OUTBREAK OF SCAB. Mfi. Lom&x, on whose run the infected American sheep were placed, has forwarded his claim for compensation to the Minister of Mines, it will be remembered the Minis* tot; in ttMi'ekUftucc of a promise made to a deputation,. had ordeivu ceriain paddocks, sheds, aud. fencing to be burned, and sueep sluugntered. ' Estimate of expenses in dipping sheep, &c, from Isstli of February, 1884, to 31st of March, 1884 : — iH) men, 43 daya at 8s. per day each, £bl6 ; 8 over seers for (i weeks, at £3, £64 ; H. li. Lomax, 43 days, at £2 2s. per day, £W os.— £(i60 (is. ; hire of engine, 31 days* at lot.., JLLb 10s. ; 10 casks of cement, at 30s., £15 ; 2 casks of nails, at 25s. ; £2 10s. ; one pump and piping, £15 ; steam piping for engine, £8 ; one nve-horse team with dray, oae three - horse team, with dray, one two ? horse team with dray, one one - horse team dray, including feeding horses, £132 ; 20 horses for muster ing, four wceKb at 20s., £80 ; lOOO feet b...

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

RANSOME'S DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS, RLCD, with patent bowl land wheel. These Ploughs are fitted with a land and iurrow wheel in the ordinary position, and attached to the frame-work in the ordinary way ; but the land wheel, instead of being formed with a plain rim of iron, is made in the shapp of a bowl, round on the outer side. On coming to the head-land, the Plough is thrown over on its left side, when it rests nport this wheel and a*skid attached to the handle of the Plough. This bowl wheel allows the Plough to be turned in any direction, and with the utmost ease. Howard's OBU General Purpose Double- Furrow Plough! WITH - Leverage, Steerage, and Expanding BEAMS. ''^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THIS WILL BE FOUND ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE AND EFFICIENT PLOUGHS YET PRODUCED. 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...

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

MUGRIDGE BROS., STEAM SAW Mi ill J01M1 WORK S, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. aa- BRANCH TIMBER YARD — KEPPEL AND BENTINCK STREETS. Have on sale, at the above Mills and at the Branch Yard, TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes, Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes, Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. White Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles, Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER. FlREWOOD~~AND COAL. Tenders given for supply of all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, STEAM SAW MILLS & JOINERY WORKS. TflRTWANiJERT SURGICAL & MECHANICAL (Registered in London). THE BATHUOSTPHARMACY, WILLIAM STREET, ADJOINING EOYAL HOTEL, BATHURST. Visit COLEMAN'S . FURNDALE NURSERY, Upper Piper-street, Bathurst, FOB FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LABGE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Held Over. — We are reluctantly compelled to omit from the present issue, our Warae c...

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

$?lu §atftttratf flat TUESDAY, APUJ||fi5ii£8£

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

NOVELTIES FOR THE_WJTUMN SEASON, 1884. ES. 'VVESBB -St CO. Auk now showing a magnificent stock of NEW STYLISH GOODS for Autumn woar. In order to meet the demands of the rapidly-expanding trade of the Western Warehouse, a most careful attention has been bestowed upon every Department, so as to ensure variety of style, unlimited choice in selection, the latest and choicest fashions in serviceable goods, at fair and reasonable prices. The display of ilinerv, Underclothing, Dress Fabrics, Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Laces, Novelties in Lingerie and Shoulder Goods, Blankets, Flannels, Eider Down Luxuries, &c.; &c, IS UNEQUALLED OUT OF SYDNEY ! Warm comfortable, and fashionable Dress Materials in Cashmeres, French Twills, Foule Beiges, Soudan Stripes, Cachimere Dy'Leons, Cheviot Mixtures, ' ' Homespun Tweeds, Mahdi Checks, Costume Cloths, Velveteen, &c, &c, &c. STYLISH READY-MADE COSTUMES IN GREAT VARIETY FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. The attention of our ...

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THE LATE THOMAS HOLLOWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1884

THE LATE THoMAtS MOLLOWAY. The great pill man is dead. The name of Holloway is so well known, among almost every family throughout Aus tralia that many thousands will reflect seriously ou the uncertainty of life when thev hear of his end. H«iin«rQ^'c Fills and Holloway's Ointment have been found in the noblest and best of houses all over the colony, and in every back country district wherever a shanty or hut stood to shelter man or woman a box of both would be on the mantelpiece. No m&n'ts name, whether he be clergyman, doctor, soldier, cricketer, oarsman, colt- breaker, dreamer, ligiiUii, youcvinan., or politician, is better known in Australia than Holloway s. We clip the following from some English papers recently to hand : — No. 1.—' People who go down to Ascot must have noticed the magnificent red-brick building on the right hand side of the rails on the way past Jilgham. The gift of Professor Holloway, of pilule and ointment renown, it will probably long outlast tne wor...

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

The great Bathurst Show is' ifew at tiling of the past. As we anticipate^a;;«ur 'specfal' edition, which wasido mucb^Bou^t ^fefcer during the exhi bition, it wfte^li(i moA si%essful affair of the kind ever held in the ^Vbsfern 'Iwsjfict, notwithstanding the very diyf^a|itryi^wnes we have had. It astonished evcirooap^) see such fine, fat sheep and cattle ; and tj^Si^stery is yet untold how the con dition was ptit on them. One cow reached the great price of £14, and one pen of crossbred sheep went upjfco ,3.Zs.. eacji, for the butchers, at the auction sales held on the third day. The pute-bred cattle, of course, were strong, as some of the oldest and best breeders of these animals live in this favoured district, viz., Yhe Messrs. Lee. Messrs. MoPtiillamy also showed some beautiful beasts. It is worth^ of notice that Mrr Baird, another of the early and successlwlbreeders, brought cattle some hundreds of miles| viz., from Dubbo, to compete here. The sheep exhibits were very numerous, F....

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WARNE. THE VALEDICTORY TEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

WARNE. (From our, correspondent.) THE VALEDICTORY TEA. The minister he said, said he, ' The folks at Warae must have a tea, When they caa say good bye tome.' And so he sent them word, he did — He knew they'd do as they were bid — When of him soon they must be rid. But where is Warne 1 you want to know. Well, straight to your time table go, You'll find it in an hour or so. Arrived — the station first you see — Or, rather, platform — it should be A station, someone said to me. This place is used for many things, For here the merry porter sings, As round about the broom I he flings. Here naughty men oft talk and stvmr, (E'en when the station mas ter's there), And say such dreadful things, it were Enough to straighten out your hair. But to proceed about the tea, We got there just in time, did we, Our appetites were good, you see. The tea was too (all but the tea) Good water spoiled, growled one to me ; We said : ' It's what it . ought to be.' They had it in a great black tent, O'er whic...

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THE SCAB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

THE SCAB. Now that heavy rains have visited the western dis trict, M 4;hjM« happened to be .any germs of that iWiouB diie^4 kmwh, *s ♦* scdb,' Aeit about auy stumps, trees, fences,* or Mts of bush, grass, &c, in a short time the unfortunate sheep that per chance craze near will be'M;tacked, and unless a most vigi lant watch is JpSl^li^ tfS #eard o£ scab wiU prove to be the beginning only of a very serious and bad job for the country; It is to be hoped that a Stock Inspectors, and those persons owning sheep *~ln and iiear all those parts where scabby sheep have 'been tafceii, will be on the ' double look out' tor tne next three or four mouths, and not allow matters to surest* Jjecauae for the present the disease appears to have been stamped out. Let them remember that ' still waters run d-ep.' That the most malignant diseases often, lie dormant for months, and come forth like roaring lions, killing all in their way. .?, It is safe to say, that should the disease again appear ...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER V. " HE DIDN'T KNOW 'TWAS LOADED." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

A BAD BOY'S DIAliY. CHAPTER V. ' HB DIDN'T KNOW 'TWAS LOADED.' Inhere Jias been a aksident to our house. It nede not take a promt to tell who was in fault, lain 4 dredful boy. To tUee, my diry, 1 must akuohge all my sins. 1 did not mene to do it. Am I then too blame? I wish big folkts would stop a calling me „-„.„„ t ..* « Hrfldful hov. but not on purpose, it *W happens. Now the hull town is down on me. Pa sez lie xpects I'll have to go to prison. 0, my dere diry did you ever think your little oner would have* to go *-- 3ale ? °» {t is fereful « h,aVe the decons, an' the skeruf, au' ole Miss Harkness a frowning at you as if you was a hartless criminal wen vou didn't go to ao u at au. imBmu»mug * was a very sood child, I played over to Johnny Brown's an'^uiMm' happened that didn't ought to ?ceptl*taid to dinner coz Johnny's mother didnt want me to, W ¥*& that he came over to my uodse at 'ktojM&t 8^ &ine ?&? d^' Wo ^*s up itt i; ntwmnia'B room wen she w...

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

?'SS^ J;llx JONES, ^^| IMPORTER OF B80KS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. I Ex S S. ABJeiGBroiB-^' tforkboxes and Desk?, from 5s. to 50s. each. Ladies' Workboxes and Desks combmed, m a great variety ot styles, from ? SOHoSLlfeHEBlj^ grounding district can always obtain a full supply of the latest f^UM^^^^^m^ ? ,- WILLIAM PASCOE, '' ^WtlOMftlR AND FURNITURE DEALER, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, v AND Private Sales of Property Effected. ttents and Bebts Collected. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS. A LARGE STOCK of FURNITURE always on HAND for Private Sale. ; Agent for the Queen Imurance Company (Fire and Life.) ^FPlGEi ? WEBB'S BUILDINGS, GEORGE STREET, MATHITMST. ifrANTED, GENERAL SERVANTS, for immediate If employmfent. Also, Cooks arid Laundresses. Apply to H;B. THOMAS, Registry Office, George-street. ? EIATE'S ? __ ? _ . imk. A tTTT Wv T^ T% iiUIlK BAKU NIMH, A^rtied tone First and four Special Prizes for excellence of quality. Patrouized by his Excellency LORD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS, G.G.M.G. TrvP...

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

PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS 1 HARROWS I HARROWS! E. ^WEBJB «S& CO. Invite attention to their large and varied stock of the above, with many other implements required by the Farmer. The all-prevailing opinion at the Agricul* I turn! Show, held on the 2ud, 3rd, and 4th of this month, k-as, THAT E. WEBB & CO.'S EXHIBIT OF MACHINERY AND AGRICULTURAL I I IMPLEMENTS WAS THE FINEST EVER SEEN IN THE DISTRICT; no other firm, either local or otherwise, showing anything like the I I assortment. The same class of exhibits can still be seen displayed in the Machinery Department at the WESTERN WAREHOUSE. Therefore Farmers I I should call early, see for themselves, and obtain full particulars, after which E. WEBB & CO. feel assured that no one will t-hiflfe- of sending to Sydney or I I purchasing elsewhere, under the mistaken supposition that they can buy cheaper by doing so. I F, i wheel ; FG,RB, LH, and H, 2 wheels. ^^W ALL FITTED WITH 4fl^^-\^^ IMPROVED I ? * ~=*^Brk^l_ HOWARD'S 1?...

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

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

PAP^OWS! llfwai^'fi 4-beain Zig-Zag Harrows s I, W ^ J- v^y ^- ^ 'V- ?-..*? c^TWOTH '4 . . ? ? , . . -, rows of Tines and Whippletrees complete. HARROWS ! HARROWS ! They are made of best Wrought Iron, WITH I Steel-pointed Tines. They are strong, durable, and thoroughly adapted for all I lrinrla nf wnrlr I Tfcie tines fere 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 loosft ; and, unlike colonial-made imitations, they cnn be readily taken out for repair. They are to be had in the following sizes : — No. 11. — Three Harrows to the set, for two or three horses ; 10ft. wide ; weight, 247lbs. Price, £6. Np.il?*rr-/TJb.i5Bjs, HUnws to the set, for two horses ; 9^ft. wide; weight, I96ibs. Price, £5 10s. No. 14. — ihree Harrows to the set, for one or two horses ; 8^ft. wide ; weight, 143tbs. Price, £5. (g° No. 14 can also be. supplied in pairs at £3 15s. 6d. LADOW'S jointed PULVERISING &amp...

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