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Original Bank Notes to the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

®i[iptai |$anii Jtato to ft$ Jpii The Daily Telegraph insiders the other banks acted injudui^)U8^^i rcfii^ng to take Oriental Bank notes as usual^a^ they knew ol' the failure oi this world-renowuM|inl®Wtion. They say the action of . the banks teaSEro make the public afraid of notes, and that now the people will demand payment in gold, thus preventing the circulation oi the hundreds of thousands of notes that are drawn on the various banks. There are about £40,000 of Oriental Bank notes at present in circulation in this colony. The Telegraph suggests that it would have been far UrtiiAM 1*a*) 4-1% a .*\4-1*ia» It An Ira A-wi*-iAfl i-r\ 4-nlr/i nil 4 ^i»i UUULUL Jiau. U1O VvUUi Uttllivo agiccu w uaivt a-u. \siim ental notes and pay 20s. in the pound lor them, and take the chance of any loss that niay follow, rather than prejudice the people against notes. What ?nrnnlrl flio oharAlinlilorBnf thfl uarinna hnnira iti +ha colony say to their directors had they done such a thing? One can dr...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. 3 Mrs. JVfcLEAld BALMOKAL HOUSE, I Geo rge-street, Bath u rst 1 Ooaportoble &-oommodatlon, HftMonable Terms. , |

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

I Hairdressing Notice. D. MCDONALD, TONSORIAL ARTIST I HairiiresBing Rooms— Between Messrs. Hunt's and Laughton's, HOWICK-STREET, ! {Late corner of William and Mussell Streets), Bathdest. j &- PRIVATE HAIRDRESSING ROOMS FOR LADIES. THEBAT|lUI$TpiUftMACT. J. L ALEXANDER, djtatist mi Dentist, (Registered in London), I Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, I WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL), I uiiTiiii, Stock and Station, Land and Estate AGENTS, I FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND -^GENERAL AfJCTlOKEERS,-^ j A. M.P.S. BUILDINGS, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. Sale Yards: Bathurst&Lidsdale. MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES Ifcuftll $tM%& (Sprite, n ^tmt The LARGEST and BEST stock in the Wei tern District I to select from. I The DESIGN S are the Choicest, combined with I Prices to Suit all Classes of Purchasers. [ u^our '^P^tion is respectfully solicited before pur I chasmg elsewhere. Send for Designs and Phtos.: they [ We post free. I E...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Molong Wheat Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

Molong Wheat Returns. The wheat returns for past year are now completed. From 22,000 acres, which were under cultivation, 340,000 bushels of wheat were produced in the district of Molong. As a wheat-producing district Molong, therefore, is beyond dispute, and will compare favourably with any other dis trict in tne colony. Now is tho time to plough and* sow. ~A grand assort ment of pli^hs. harro%s, &c, or. view at Webb's, Bath urst. See the supplement of the Bathurst Post. Send for further information if required.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Hutshell Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

$\u gnt^U tyhnuu Drought partially broken up throughout Western District. I Fine showers of rain at Bathurst on the 10th & 13th inst I Only one essay sent in for prize offered by Bathurst Post. 1 Wheat still very low, worth from 3s. 8d. to 3s. lOd. aty Bathurst. l Mai'A' WPI'V Stiff Wrkrfll .jlmnf ,*Vu '-Iri {?- Uirrinnir ltiii nnmn 1 in Bathurst districts for sale. J Oaten hay in bundles sold last weak in Kyduoy at from 1 4s. Id. to (is. 2d. in bales iroin as. to 6s. 1 ?i Straw in bundles 2s. (id. to 2s. lOd. in bales 2s. 8d. per cwt. j Electoral roll at Bathurst revised last week, several ! alterations. Electoral roll at Kockley, revised the 7 th inst. Some very' superior elastic side and lace boots for Boya made especially to Webb and Co's orders are now ready j lor inspection at the Western Warehouse. I Lady Burdett Coutts owns the smallest pony in the J world ; he is five years old, and stands — 13 inches high. 1 1'he greatest orator and the best financier England ever ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DROUGHT AT DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

THE DROUGHT AT OUBBO. Bare and barren, scorched anil dried, Is the bush on every side ; In the creek's dry stony bed Lie the dying and the dead. . . Melancholy is the sight, . Of the country in this plight ; See the horars — wretched hacks I With tlv-ir VonosrigVt thro' their backs. Only O)iL- — i in I'avc.'iuus crow — Ewr flying to attil fro — (jluLS himself on wretched beast, Dcad;or dying, there he feasts. Let the prayer to Heav'n ascend. -yive us rain, oh Saviour, Friend ! And if sin hath brought us this, Pardon all Thou seest amiss. Waene, March, 1884.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Indian Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

Indian Wheat. Messrs. M'Dougall Brothers, charged with the duty of examining samples of Indian wheat with reference to their quality and their suitability for bread-making in comparison with ample samples of English, American, Californian, Russian, and Egyptian wheats respectively, have issued an elaborate report upon the subject, says an jciugiusu paper, xue inuian wneats, it appears, are of a tirst-rate quality, but owing to the strong flavour, insepar able uuui wacau giuw.ii m uue tropics, tnejnour tney pro duce requires to be mixed with other flours. The great dryness and soundness of the Indian flour render it invalu able for mixing with English-grown wheat, rarely properly ripened. The Indian varieties yield from 16 to 80 per cent, of flour, as contrasted with 60 in the case of English and 70 in the American spring vari jties. Glancing at the facts here elaborated, it is evident tliat these wheats afford a larger margin of profits both to the miller and baker than any other. N...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

MUGRIDGE BROS., STEAM SAW MILLS A! DIM WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. ^ BRANCH TIMBER YARD — KEPPKL 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. MR. ALEXANDER, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL ' (Registered in London). THE BATHURST PHARMACY, WILLIAM STREET, ADJOINING BOYAL HOTEL, BATHURST. MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Mantelpieces. Tiles. &c. For the above, or any description of MARBLE or STONE, visit WALKER'S KEPPEL AND BENTINOK STREETS, BATHURST, Where you will find the STOCK the LARGEST, fh« r-TCSTrTNTS fhfi NEWEST, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

OUK MEAT MARKET. The Bathurst butcher^ announced on the 1:4 th inst. that beef would be 6d. per lb from that date. This is sad news for many a poor man. It is made doubly hard because of the scarcity of work, and the cold weather now before us. The Victorians are getting the benefit or tins state ol things to a very large extent. It will be noticed from the daily papers that thousands of tat sheep are being sent across to Sydney from the Southern colony. Queens land also intends to seud some cattle to Sydney. We saw that one gentleman alone had arranged for 3,000 head of fat bullocks to be brought down to Sydney by steamer. From Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery'a report or sales at Homebush, on May l'Af 1884, we see than that firm sold no less than 5,930 sheep, the bulk ot which came from Albury. borne of the lots are — 262 crossbred wethers, owners Reid Brothers, at 21s. 9d. to 22s. 6d.; 109 cross bred wethers, same owneis, at 23s. Ud.,# 25 cross 20s.; 1,215 merino wethers, same owner...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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A Bit of Fun. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

A Bit of Fun. M.rs. fleSyn looked very much frustrated as sh i took her place at the bar. She breathed hard, her eyes snapped, and her fingers were crooked as if she intended to pull hair. ' Be calm, madam,' remarked his Honour, as he gazed down upon her. 'I. won't!' (( Plooon An ' ' 1 tell you 1 won't 1 My arrest last night was an out rage that shall be heard of the world over !' ' And she wouldn't step in here when 1 asked her to,' added Bijah, ?' and I had to bring her to the door by force. Look at that V He held up a hand from which the blood was slowly dripping. Mrs. De Syn had bitten two of his fingers. ?? if ou were arrested for drunken and disorderly con duct,' observed the court as he turned to the prisoner. Have you any defence '/' ?' Millions of defence 1' she snapped. ' What I drunk was in my own house, and it was only a little ginger ale at the worst. As for the disorderly conduct, 1 was romp ing round the square with my husband in sport. We nraipo lincl-iinrr aan\\ nfl...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Our Sydney Better. 9TH MAY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

©ur £gito*g S#;r. Pfrom our own correspondent.] 9jdh May, 1884. ' Has it affected you ?'! was the kindly enquiry on all hands by men on Monday last, when everybody had had time to look over their cheques and notes. Luckily the great majority of business folks could say ' No, thank you,' for the Oriental Bank was not a pushing, popular bank, except to Eastern mer chants. As tar as l can learn no one is likely to be very much damaged in Sydney, although, of course, there must be individual cases of hardship. For instance, during Monday a geutleman, somewhat outside of commercial circles, waited upon me for reliable information, as a widow friend of his had hor nil invested in the hank. An pntarnrisiiur t.ailnr is buying the notes from 10s. upwards, and has pasted his window with hundreds of them. There is but little doubt that he will make something upon his speculation. The fact of the Government Sav ings Bank having £108,009 invested there is causing a good deal of talk, and it does...

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

At 'Weob's— Boys' and Girls' Strong E.S. Boots, at 4s 3d At Webb's— Boys' Strong E.S. Boots, at 4s 9d ; Youths1 b's At Webb's — Boys' Superior Lace Boots, at 6s 6d ; Youths' 7s 6d At Webb's — Boys' English-made Lace Boots, at 8s ; Youths' 9s 6d At Webb's — Boys' Best English Lace Boots, at 10s 6d j Youths1 12s b'd At Webb's— Boys' Best Entrlish E.S. Boots, at 8s 6d ; Youths' 10s. If you have boys, shoe them at Webb's with any of the above lines, and satisfaction is guaranteed ac cording to price. Infants' Leather E.S., sewn soles, sizes 4 aud 5 at 2s lid Child's Leather E.S., sewn soles, 6, 7, 8, 9, at 3s 3d Girls' Leather E.S., sewn soles, 10, 11, 12, 14, at v«i 6d. These prices are from Id. to Is. less than most houses charge for the same goods* A vkot ! — A young married man said to a mem ber of the ^Fuiof E.; Webb and Co. only last week, I 'J^pili^l donft k^oif hoy? you (jto it, but 1 can buy 'iny things cheaper in your store than I can in 8yd «W .' rfiR vmnd iftrfv who was stan...

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237 In Family. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1884

237 In Family. South Australia has a wonderful colonist in the person! of Mrs. Webb, of Echunga, who is Mi years old, havincB been born in 1790. Mrs. Webb is still hale and active, anol at Christmas presented a patchwork quilt, made by heil own hands, to a member of her multitudinous family, jShel iwiucu iu xxuoi-iaiiu, uu reuruary Z4, Loiu, ana prior to. ? and since that date, the descendants have rapidly increased! until the present total has reached 237, of .whorhthema-l jority remain in South Australia, and the reslTm'thel neighbouring colonies. The list includee.joine children, SJ 1 1 grand-children, 135 great-grand-children, and two great- 1 great-grand-children. I A friend of mine, who dabbles considerably in stocks, I walked into a well-known banking house the other day, I and created considerable excitement by remarking, ' 1 1 got a pretty good thing when 1 bought that last winter. I It was at thirty-four then, and to-day it stands at ninety- 1 u vc. 'cu, x buuiuu. any so, ...

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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

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

BE A D, MiABK, fAlD LBAEK! TO »A.VE- 1VIO3VJESY, At Webb's— Men's Brown Cotton Undershirts alt Is 11 to 4s 9d. At Webb's— Men's new 'Faculty' Undershirts at 5s. At Webb's — Men's Arctic Undershirts at 4s 9d & 5s- At Webb's— Men's Shetland Merino Undershirts at 4s 9d. At Webb's— Men's White Merino Undershirts at 4s 9d to 6s. At Webb's— Men's Nightshirts, superior quality, at 5s. At WebbV- — te's Brown Cotton Pants from 2s i)d to -is 9d. At Webb's— Men's new ' Faculty ' Pants at 5s 6d.; it Webb's — Men's Lambswool Pants at 5s 6d to; 8s 6d. ('A splendid assortment of J At Webb's J Winter Hosiery, some vane- 1 v anous At Webb's j ties never shown in Bathurst/' prices, (before. Inspection invited. J ..„ , , special New Fcy.Caating Checks AN1- NEW FANCY TROUSERINGS & VESTINGS. CHOICE! New fancy Stripes viPPrlAT -NEW suutuh. ^r1 UIHOGUURl! TWEKDS Aft AT fin | In great variety of styles. VllUlvU i About four times as many as elsewhere. SATS— At Webb's, the new and famous ' M...

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The Orient Steam Navigation Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

The Orient Steam Navigation Company. Australia owes much of her increased shipping trade to the enterprise of the Orient Steam Navigation Company, but the share holders t)f that company cannot congratulate themselves, so far, on having secured a profit able investiheut for their money. At the annual meeting, held in April last, the accounts showed a loss on the direct working of the company during the year of £3421. Besides that loss, there were the interest and other charges, including law expenses, amounting to j£ |p ,000. more, (which had not been included in tne general Vjrkiqg account. Though in a thoroughly solvent state, having for assets the whojjs of their fleet and £125,000 in the the re^erta- f and, still the result of the company's enterprise, alter a few years' trial of the Australian trade, has unfortunately turned out any tiling but assuring. A want of confidence in the value of the shares is so noticable that? when the managers decided to, place Jairfesh-ibsae of sna...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

Y-' . - , __ _^^^^_^^^^__ ^^^ lt9HrM^^B^^Kft mmm^h^^^^^ MHS^n^^^BHB fTLlEflMH^^H ^HMflB fflflMH i^B |^_^_ HH^HH H .^fl^^^ JH QkHoAed 1865. ^LIYEWD^IM^MYEsl^ Egtablighed 1BB5. Tl JN , ZINC AND IF^OIM WOf^KS, CORNER OF GEORGE AND HOWICK STREETS. \ manufacturers! OF TINWARE, TANKS, BATHS, CISTERNS, COLONIAL OVANS, LAMPS, SUNLIGHTS, HORSE-TROUGHS. I m HOT AND COLD 13 WATER APPARATUS ?' . s FITTED UP FOR * V )':'? Baths, Kitchens, Conservatories, k See the Working Model at the works, :. IgGEORGE & HOWICK STS., BATHURST.lg GAS FITTERS AND PLUMBERS. PUMPS, WINDMILLS AND TANKS SUPPLIED AND FIXED. ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS. Roofs Covered with Corrugated Iron. GUTTER AND RIDGE FIXED. DEPOT for Galvanized Iron, Gutter, Ridging and Pipe. Corrugated Tanks, and Iron Curved to any Gauge, to order, for ROOFS, VERANDAHS, &C. A large stock of Gasfittings, Chandeliers, &c., &c, on hand. Electric Bells, Indicator, and Pushes Supplied and Fixed. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TINWARE I...

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A REVERIE ON SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

A REVERIE ON SMOKING. A custom learnt from barbarous tribes,* Unworthy of a noble race, The relic of a heathen past, Yet we rsteern it no disgrace. Their other habits we despise : No one would deign to imitate That creature — more of brute than man — An Indian in his native state. So much its origin ; and now, How acts it on the human frame ? If it is of benefit to man Tlicu wornau should indulge the same. But few can state distinctly why They smoke, or why they e'er began, Same say it serves to tranquillize, While youngsters think ' it makes the man.' It is a poison, in mild form, Causing a drowsy, stupid mood. And blunts one's sense to good, or ill, Luring the mind from wholesome food. Smoking 1 it is a waste of time, ' The stuff of which our lives are made.' It gives the brain unnatural rest ; (The power with which we should trade)} It is unnecessary, quite, Sufficient condemnation this, And those who never tried to smoke Will never miss the transient bliss, Sometimes a doctor sa...

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