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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER VI. UNDER THE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER VX UNfifiE THE TABLE. I don't kuo wot makes Susan always in such a awful hurry about the males ; won would think she'd dye if she don't get her letters inside of 5 miimits after the male comes in. Ivc got to leve off my game of marbles or wotever 1 in about, an go rite off to the post offis — if she's spoiled one game for me she has 3 hundred. Ime sick of post-oifises. So to-day she sent me like I always have to go. I was in a grate hurry ; I had agrede to meet Tommy Tilden behind iiis father's barn to buy his new jack-nii'e, wot his Uncle Ben give him when he went away, an' I was afrade he'd sell it to some other boy, so thare was just 1 letter for Sue, wich didn't seme of much consek wence, a little pink thing, so 1 thought ide read it, aud if it didn't amount to nothin' Ide thro it away, an* not bother to go back home with it. The postmaster an' some other fellers laufed wen they see me tare it open. Yon never see such a letter ; the paige was small but...

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The Scrap Album. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

0h- ^qap Jtibttm. To secure a fresh egg, buy the hen. Fat hens lay small and very few eggs. Debt always grows bigger the more you contract it. Boys' overcoats from 4s lid ; men's overcoats from 12s 9d. E. Webb and Co. .Just opened a large variety of boys' black and navy jersey suits. E. Webb and Co. Where would you be without woman ? enquires a writer. Why, out of debt, of course. It wasn't for the champion stakes that Hanlan rowed, but for the publicans' purse. Whoever entertains you with the faults of others designs to serve you in a similar manner. The cheapest house in the district for fingering wools is E. Webb & Co.'s, of Bathurst. Every color. The Australian hotelkeepers ought to combine to purchase the Booth at the temperance demonstrations. Autumn ploughing kills millions of worms and insects, which otherwise would remain in the ground during winter. We see that a Sydney brewer i6 advertising for a masher at ,£150. There are one or two here who'd go for half the amo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

*JWbusheb aw -I l-c -,|| 1 |\| Ha 5^ **Testabl;sheq mef* C———V CA x XIk CA Va/XN XSICD, -? ? — * IMPORTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. BIRTHDAY AND WEDDINti PRESENTS. Sz S.S. ABERGELD1E — New Workboxes aud Desks, from ds. to 50s. oaeli. Ladies' Workboxes and Desks combined, in a great variety of styles, from 21s. to £8 38. each. SCHOOL TEACHE&S in the euirounding district can always obtain a full supply of the latest School Materials, TEXT BOOKS, Programmes of Lessons, -fcc, from J, R.JONES, William Street, Bathurst. PEaTl'S (MIKE BAKING NNB, Awarded one Firnt and four Special Prizes for excellence of quality. Patronized by his Excellency LORD AUGUSTUS LOFT US, G.C.M.G. Try Peatb & Co.'s superior EGG POWDER and PRECIOUS OINTMENT ! The best ever offered to the public. Once used, always used. L. PEATE, Manufacturer, GEORGE-STREET, BATHURST. N.B. — Liberal Discount to Wholesale Buyers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

Visit CQLEWS FERNDALE NURSERY, Upper Piper-street, Bathurst, FOB FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LARGE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES — IN — Jitarbty, §fllislu}d (Bqanite, or $hnt. The LARGEST and BEST stock in the We tern 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. Send for Designs and Phtos.; they are post free. Every varietjr of Tomb Railing at reasonable cimi-geu. Vases, Fountains, and Statues suitable for Gardens, at Burns's Monumental Works, RUSSET L-STREET, BATHURST. 'MR. ALEXANDERT SURGICAL & MECHANICAL w (Registered in London). THE BATHURST PHARMACY, WILLIAM STREET, ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL, BATHUESX. 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, ; Rugs, tyc. WIL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

CHAFF OUTTEKS! CHAFF CUTTERS! ARE YOU IN WANT OF A CHAFF CUTTER ? THEN CALL AT E. ^ITESBB «SC OO.'S And inspect their large and well-assorted stock, comprising Machines of the very best description, suitable for both hand and power, adapted for the small as well as the largest occupiers. PRICES ABE LOW, and terms within the reach of all. Pay a visit ; or, if unable, write, and full particulars will be forwarded. BENTALL'S ,J^^^^^few C 8 A Chaff Cutters, £*fe*^M With rising spring mouth, 7£ x 2J. my WffllIiffF^ra^lfi^BHP Cuts two lengths, viz.. o-iflths & o-Sths. Iff f JhJhI^BbhJ Hu^^^^^ : PRICE, £4 4s. 1 IBf C D I CHAFF COM, IlJfcL With rising mouth, 8} x3. .. J^^HE^L Cuts two lengths- j and 7-1 «ith. Fit- £K^^SS&^t^^' tell with 42 in. Fly Wheel ? JBpgBWpiS^MljjJE^ PRICE, £5 5s. 43ajBHBBi~22f HI XT^SS^Stlll^^^B CulS two lenSths' vLz-- 5'16ths & 5-8ths. ij^^k^K H H^FJ ifjl': ''''Hi Wnut Hv^B^^^^^ j^s^k *r^ tii i i * [?] BENTALL'S CDC CHAFF CUTTER, with rising ...

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Our Sydney Letter. 10th June, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

©ur $ gdncj) 3-tt^ ' [from our own correspondent.] 10th June, 1884. Certainly the most startling event of the past month has been the scare of the dynamitards, who were supposed to be arriving by the 'Frisco mail. Of course the danger still lurks in our minds, for it can easily be imagined that these terrible miscreants may evade all tlie precautionary ponce measures. At any rate, the news came upon us so rapidly after the cables announcing the renewed outrages in London, that it could not astonish one that public opinion was loud and strong in favour of very severe measures, should any of the infernal gang be captured : lynching would not have been an unlikely event had a dynamitard been found in the ' City of Sydney.' The punishments proposed for the offenders, if caught, were numerous and severe. The one which seemed to bo most frequently expressed, as worthy of such a crime, was to ' pay them with their own coin,' i. e.. secure them to one of their own 'internal machines' and st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

WILLIAM PASCOE, AUCTIONEER AND FURNITURE DEALER, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, AND COMMISSION A G £ N T. Private Sales of Property Effected. Keats 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 : Webbs Buildings, George Street,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

Sec our northern window for samples of tweeds, from which we make our 57s. 6d. suits to measure, well shrunk, satisfaction guaranteed. E. Webb and Co. J. L ALEXANDER, (Registered in London), Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL), BATIURST. MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Mantelpieces, Tiles, &c. For the above, or any description of MARBLE or STONE, visit WALKER'S JHflraromtia! Wierh KEPPEL AND BENTINCK STREETS, BATHURST, Where you will find the STOCK the LARGEST, I the DESIGNS the NEWEST, and the PRICES 25 per cent. UNDER any in the Western District. N.B.— HEADSTONES, £2 10s. an«l upwards. PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. Mrs. MCLEAN; BALMORAL HOUSE, George-street, Bathurst. OomfortaWo Accommodation. Reasonable Terms. MUGRIDGE BftOS., SUM SAW US II JOIRI WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. 83- BRANCH TIMBER YARD— KEPPEL AND BENTINCK STREETS. Have on sale, at the above MiJJs and at the Branch Yard, TI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

Ufa §athttr|t fast, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1884.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

33L ifcsVTXE&EEB-w «£& CO.. SEORGE S 'LR_t_E_Tf BATHUR8T. Western Warehouse for Specialities. Western Warehouse for Novelties. Western Warehouse Western Warehouse for Luxury. Western Warehouse for Economy, for Practical Utility. E. WEBB &, CO. CONFIDENTLY INVITE INSPECTION OF THEIR VARIED AND EXTENSIVE STOCKgOF WINTER DRAPERY. Each Department is /eplun) with EV JRY llKQUla * f Jtf aud HVL .iY NOVELTY sunaolo for the OOL D SEASON. They do not keep goods lying in the fixtures until out of condition ana stale, but clear them out at an}7 sacrifice to make room for FRESH PRODUCTIONS A few Clearing Lines are now being offered to the Public AT PRICES THAT MUST MOVE THE ENTIRE LOT. Ladies' Silk Toques, reduced to Is each I Ladies' Trimmed Velvet Hats, reduced to 6s lid j Trimmed Millinery Bonnets, reduced to 7s lid Ladies' Silk Velvet Toques, reduced to 4s lldj Trimmed jjeaver.and Felt Hats, reduced to ls'lldj Children's Feather Toques', bargains at 2s lid Ladies' Si...

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Mr. John Osborne, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

Mr. John Osborne, Who a short time back found himself compelled to sever his connection with the Methodist Church of this colony, and has since occupied what he styles the ?' Christian Platform,' has brought upon himself a well-merited rebuke from the pen of the Rev. W. G E. Stephinson, late superintendent of the Methodist Church in this District. Mr. Osborne evidently suffers under the irritation of the strict discipline exercised upon him by his late ministerial brethereu, and now, after an itinerant residency of 20 years in the Methodist Church, has managed to scrape together what he deems sufficient matter to form the subject of a whole evening's indictment, in the form of a lecture, against that section of the church militant. Having delivered himselt of these charges, and quoted circumstances of which he had uot been an eye witness, we fancy he must now wish himself on the same track as the poor fellow in Scotland who, when creeping through the hedge with the intention of robb...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

LOO AX. The Government are losing no time in having the municipal endowment, passed in the last Estimates, distributed among the several municipalities, so that Town Councils will have funds at their disposal for pushing on improvement works at once, and giving work to the Ijountry unemployed. The amount falling to Bathurst is a nice little sum, and with good' management our city fathers ought to effect some tangible improvements in the state of our paths and streets. The best spent money that has been laid out on city improvements for many a long day are the sums spent for asphalting the principal footwalks, for experience proves that gravel road making is the least durable and the dearest. We have long had to bear the taunts of travellers and visitors con cerning the condition of our footpaths, but before long we hope to point with some degree of pride to our city streets, as Bathurst progress. A thousand pounds spent in making out-door walking a pleasure ? paths free from dust an...

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Interesting Discovery at the Caves. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 June 1884

Interesting Discovery at the Caves. Many of the old residents of the colony, whose memories take them back half a century, will (says a contemporary) remember the capture of McEwen the bushranger, and the consequent discovery of the Fish River Caves. McEwen had robbed the old Gingkin station, near Oberon, and the police getting a warm trail, tracked him to the wildest recesses of the Fish River, when after watching his camp all night, they made a dash and caught, him before he had time to make any defence. Among the plunder     which he took was a couple of bullock cows and they were not recovered. Quite recently, however, one of the guides of the caves, Mr. F. Wilson, while exploring a small cave, came upon these very bows, just where they were thrown down 43 years ago. A treasure trove of £300 is planted somewhere near the caves, and the late Mr. Norton, P.M. of Dubbo, once spent three days searching for it. but without success, although he was directed t...

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

FRUIT TiffifiS, ORNAMENTAL ¥&EES» ii!FliO#fefttI^G SHRUliS, ROSES j $&,&&: A LARGE and CHOICE 8TOC& of &|; above' now ready for immedjlate planting. A1«kP0T PLANTS of every description. Prices strictly moderate at ? ? . s R. eOLEMAR! FERNDALE NURSERY, UPPER PIPER STREE1V3ATHURST. If you want WARM and CHEAP Quits' fojfi your boys, ¥mr E. VtliB & (BO.'S. ffiyoik vmmtMwt; Dress Goods , visit Wedfts1! |S^ ^U WANTilT WfJil^e NO MI8IAKEljf|^ buy now) -?? .. {ill ? U WU U) ^ ('w low , ! A F^W BoVSVANt* YoutHS' WoKSTED ? COATING CoATS, . . . KEDUCIiD FROM 8s. 6d. and 10a. 6d. to 6s. Ud. each. j. BOYS' WORSTED COAXINU COATS, 14s. 6d., reduced to 9s. lid. The Wonder of the West! Webb's 411 Wool Tweed Trousers. Price, only Bs lid the Wrl' ' 400 PAIRS A SPECIAL. LINE ! Grand vvekr^ won't tear, and are a perfect marvel. MAIN'S, BOYS', and YOUTHS1 NEW' BLACK HARD FELT HATS—just / opened I* A splendid assortment 1 ? The MAS HE it in eiidless ...

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EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN—RUMOUR OF FRENCH INTERVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1884

BGrPI1ANplTfl|)-/SplTI)i4lff;tFRlIM00^ 0F FRENCH fFBOM THB 'DAILY POST' COBBBSPONDEHIXiJ .'*?? Oairo, Friday evening. — A somewhat startling rumour has found currency here to-day. It will put an entirely new aspect upon the Egyptian question, and might lead to the freest niiteraatio^al cpnsrauences. France* it is said, inrands* to fina' ner^dme^wiw^i-bound* troops^ ^6m Tonquin upon the coasts of the Red Sea. The forces are already on their way back, flushed with the conquest of the Anamese. It may be nothing but a oanard, but the mere hint of such a scheme is enough to arouse the liveliest susceptibilities. Splendid rains fell during last week. On Sunday night very late, or early on Mon lay morning last, it poured down in earnest. The country looks bloomings and everyone you meet is in good spirits. Let us hoptsj that our district may be blessed with copious showers throughout the coming Spring, and that 1884 may be known as the#$$p d£-€$u^^ttce. r A, jni/ce.aBdvfiUi^ori kind of Lad...

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

T0 CARPENTER^, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS; HOUSEHOL^pf ?.-.;.,. '„'. And all Other Interested Individuals; ' ' ;- ? 3BL WEBB «SC OCK Ha^e'avyy ,^rge and excellent assortment of Grates, Stoves, Ranges, and all Household requisites.; Register Srates, ;fine ??^.v, cast,, with, ground and polished fronts— (See Illustration on opposite page). Also, very handsome Tile Grates. „ I HOSi^GMjPff HALF REGISTERS, ELLIPTIC GRATES, GOTHIC, and. KENT GRATES, BASKET GRATES as Used in Public ,!u; - hJ^fci ? Schools ; STOVES of both English and American manufacture, of the very best and most approved styles. ; ' ? j ;?:?-...?«? ? w $?? -t Sfiv ..O. ... . g. ,-.r ca ? -c PR., g, ^ cr:r'..' ...? v Jg. . s ^ ^ C/3 I— -4 S- ? QD ^ S. 3: J— u ? ?? ? ? ^^-' ?? ' ? ? j fcS ....... ./^.... ...,QQ./- I o' G ® ° H ^ S I,- |: * HH - ? W r .:/:V.:«- -:: ?.????a-; ' ..??-,-«? -; .:???':'.; ': ??i.7y0& till *-?*!?'*-''.' '' X1'? [?] o ® J ®3P^ ^ CsJ ^ fi ^! O mm 5T 5* PI ?S' * CO' ? i j i | i i i | i ' ? « ^A^ ...

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

THE PUBLIC WILL KINDLY BEAR IN MIND I J -J-- , ? THE FACT THAT ? 1*. * H E.WEBE& CO.'S ESTABLISBIEIT J ALL ( DAY UN WEDNESDA Y, 2y-£v lfUL JK, 1884, 1 : FOR THE PURPOSE OF STOCK-TAKlftiQ. ~ I \ Hence, please make your purchases on Tuesday, the 22nd instant. .^... I S WJBBB FooTOiiOCEJiY PRICE LIST. I QUALITILS UUARANT£ED IN ALL CASES. , I; - 1 s. d. ?Acid, Taitaricl..'..: j..;..;,. 2 7.^perlb. f Pples, prmieidried' /„:.. 0 9£ „ ?^rrowroot ? 0 74 „ faking Powder, Waugh's 1 «6 ? „ ?Barley, Pearl' ? 0 3^ „ ^^cking,.Day & Martin's 0 H per bot. Jilackiiigj Paste, best ? 0 6 per doz. JtacuitB, Cabin ? o 4 perlb. Biscuits—Arrowroot, Coffee, Jjice, WikHi, Prince of WaleB, tSoda ? 0 7£ „ biscuits, Water ? o 54 ., biscuits, Cabin ? o 4 f» Picnic ? 0 6* |, i s. d. Cauary Seed, 4dlb; 14-ftlots 34'PCT lb Caudles, 6 medal, full wt. 0 10 »» „ Moulds ? 0 5 » Chocolate, best soluble ... 16 n Clovesj best ground ? 2 3 » Cigars,100inbox,vy.good 12 0 Cocoa, Fry's... ? 17 ff ,;- ftpps's ...

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

^^WmfiWtfai. qoarie- His opWHiBnlfl^b^^himself iu his true bqlours when. he found MTraa^aereawcL Be abused rasp N$J&-te- men of the West to such an extent that we think h- would poll ivmmmm^mt^T ttf dM itfcS fcaineW a* ain. ;; Thei.^tobk^t«*iQJ ^ius,atu\YEBn;ft are Jjjp mnidlv., fiend fnrfiamnlfiA of the win&ev acTIs. 1 Si the, ao&Tfm^Wffl^m^ per j:^^ LiCUnr&illf sZu.J'fl0QiiBtitti^ on tKe itUse-course, andj &t the . top endfl&Gearffe-street on. Sunday trftfemooa iast. ' Large I fellow^g^wr^jhardat hop, step, ^4 junaj) matches at I the latter nlace. while the yojpgpter^.amuB^ thet iselves I &y having a jffreat match at foAt Mil in the race- iburse. PoHoeitfeti^re1' nicely dtfctflfeifted' ' about ,town— one in front of each church, and two laokin* after the Salvation Army. Mr. David JoriBsT lat ? of Bathurst) started the building pf tyq, a^vy- eQwt-tyWf' &P Qp^lMurn on Friday last. ! A oamel will work for seven or eight ...

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

I.WEBB&Co. Are continually opening up NEW GOODS, direct from the manu facturers, and are therefore, in . a position to suppy the very latest pattern and design in every article of manufacture. It would be im possible to enumerate all the different descriptions: of the various articles ; it will therefore suffice to say,- that amongst a Shipment of Crockery just opened, there are some of the - handsomest designs that have ever been wen in Bathurst, in Toilet ware, Dinner- ware, Breakfast- ware, and Tea-ware, &c. In Glassware There !is a very extensive assortment of Cut and Pressed, Engraved and Plain, to select from. THE FURNISHING IRONMONGERY DEPARTMENT Is replete in all its Branches, and all goods are sold at exceptionally low prices OMBgajML wiik itkat an charged elsewhere. Our AUSTRIAN FUBNITUBE is of Thonbt's celebrated manufac ture, which is f-ir before the imita tion article, which will certainly annoy you with its coiiai mt creaking and will very soon fall t ?...

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

M. L KILBORNE, I VtoJW11' awl §fcttioiut,| GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. * I Photographs in every size and style. Satisfao- I tion guaranteed. I PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. I A choice assortment of FANCY GOODS suitable for I BIRTHDAY and WEDDING PRESENTS always in I stock. I V7INSOR and NEWTON'S ARTISTS' MATERIALS of I every description for OIL and WATER COLOUR I PAINTING. Some choice studies in LANDSCAPE. I FLOWERS, and BIRDS. I TERRA COTTA VASES and PLAQUES. Various I sizes and designs. A new lot just opened. I BATHURST PORTRAIT 6ALLERY, NEAR BANK OF N. S. WALES. I the uipn^rpuyyucr. I J.L ALEXANDER O[.lu'inis( and Ifitto,! (Registered in London), I Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain I and New South Wales, I WILLIAM STREETJ (ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL), I BATHURST. I PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. 1 Mrs. IVTcLEANJ BALMORAL HOUSE, 1 George-street, Bathurst.I Comfortable Accommodation. Reasonable Terms. fl fflffi k EMI Stock and Station, v' I Land an...

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