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Murder Or Manslaughter ? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1884

^jtluiid^r 01; ^ftansmujhty v j^dch suioke lias been ra'sed at the large number of accidents that take plajBSbiu ce^isajtioii with our tra-uis m the metropolis, it matters uoi where street trains aie riiu- so%e fieopie -^ill^fiiid their way on the line iu trout of the eugme occasionally. Mr Browii s«ys, ' it they get'there^ it servos them right to have their nieny ' career cut short 'by .the engine iiatteuuig them out, or making mincemeat oi them, 'ilo,' say a Ax. Jones, ' i'here are chilidreu in Sydney, we snomd protect them. There are also soine unfortunate men and women who suffer from attacks oi temporary— insanity, it is our duty to protect them. A glance at our present tram engines aud t^aiii cars snows plainly tnat ihey aiv bound to tni uiiaMiey nuppen vtomect : uo in.i», woman, oi cuiid couid possimy iie^im cuougu between Lac rails to alioWtuein to pass over, without _ murder being tue lvsuAfc -^ (. - We already to admit that people should not lnj fools enough to try tlieir ...

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Our Sydney Letter. 10th July, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1884

#nr £mto Mtfitx. PfROII OUK OWN CoRHK»JJOiJDENT.l 10th July, 1884. SiNCiC my last letter, the most popular theme in town has been ' Our Boys ' and their doings in England. Everyone you met would greet you with, ' Well, what about Australians now ?' No doubt they have done well, and dessrve all praise for their skill aud prowess j still their haidest battles have yet to be fought, aud they will have to put forth all their skill and watchfulness, and Murdock all his generalship, to gain a victory in the test matches with the pick of ' Ail England.' The 4tii was a great day. 'Yankee Doodle' was to the lront, as on this day our '? American cousins' celebrated the anniversary of their inde pendence. It seems that even they were not unanimous ; one section (alter procession through the. city in open carriages ^ journeyed down to tiie ** {Sir Joseph banks ' Hotel at Botany, where they had a successful banquet, with the usual speechify iug. At night tliey met in the Masonic Hall, and a ball...

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

Printed ????? the proprietors hy m YNUWR W1JALA.N. at his General M f nutiug Dffloe, bcUoul oi Arte Uuiidings, Uowtok-scroet Bathurst. .'M

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

-J. STANLEY, AViELlAM STKEET, BATHURST. OTEEL ANGLOS made extra loud for dancing. ^ ACCORDIONS with sliding Steel Notes. BELLOW iS made to order with any number of folds required. INSTRUMENTS AMD FITTINCS Of EVERY DESCRIPTION. ~MUGRIDGE BROS., SIM SAW MIS Ai J01HUI WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. ^* 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, Skirciugs, 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. P E A T E ' S (MB Mill POM, Awarded one First and four Special Prizes for excellence of quality. Patronized by his Excellency LORD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS, G.C...

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

« TliEHE, MARIA, I'VE GOT THEM TO FIT TOLERABLE WELL-T LAST 1 JCJST ECOLD THEM STEADY WHILE I RUN AND GET THE OTHER LENGTH.'

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

IMPORTER OF BdOKSLJTATWNERY,fe& FAttCY GOODS. I : , BIRTHDA¥ AND W^BpiKi} ~. PMIi&J&KliS. I Ex S.S. ABEE01ilJjDIE — New Workboxes and Dusks, fioin 5s. to &0s. each. Ladies' Workbo&cs and Desks co.iibiuod, iu a great variety of biyies, from I 21s.i03^|J8, each. ? SCHOOL f?J2AuHERS in the suirounding district can always obtain a full supply of the latest School Materials, TEXT BOOKS, Programmes of Lessons B - &c.,||rom J. R. JONES, William Street, Bathuhst. ' fl

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SMALL ARMS IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1884

Spy. AttftlS liMKUVtWIfcNTS. M.AKir, many years ago, meu were con-1 teiitod y&do uatlie with the tiat ; tiiis C, was pri»r to Mr. Cain's introduction ot a suyuriei^arni wncn lie slew his urother _ AueJ. flings, bows a ui arrows, and, 8pears'S0oii became popular instruments tor battte ainomj; Uie warriors. iJooine rauges, fiuila-nuuits, axes, &c, ioiiowud, until ali^|yiigui wo ruiuui tue limisti'. 80idierASvgrsquarc with. a^reaiaud genuine ' biuudor^juss. Many improvements took place^st-p^by seep, uuuT'he got tne long Jiuiieid, jjvnon p^iluoiiuu in tiie line or deadly luC arms was supposed to oe rejwucd. c'4-uc ui veil uve gcuius ui lire taiiUig uicu i'v;Slv_U lid, uviWcver : tiie muzzie-loaUer was too^ slow, as luo Prussiaus proved wuen-%ie}' gave tne Auhtnaub sjicu a thrashing* iu Iboti. To cui a loug btory snurt, the liritisn soldier found MatBftU armea with a breech-loader called the bolder*. -.. Many of tnt«e were Uv;»vly uii^tuiacLiired, Uuia mrge uuinuer . ?wum...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER VII. THE LITTLE PRESTIDIGITATEUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1884

IM B^AD BUY'S DIARY. CHAPTER VU. THE LITTLE PUEtfTlDlGlTATEUK. YofffieTgr sa*r such * muss iu your life as there has bin in our house the iast iew days! P'raps I can ride a horse in a circus ring, but I've abandoned the attempt to be a magishun. It don't pan like 1 *xpe6fcfeo\ It looks esy wen he's a doiu' of it, but wen you eotneto try it yourself, you're disappointed. The ntedit after pa took me to Herman's sho 1 thought Id have a sho myself. Lotty Sears and 2 other girls wos in to spend the evenia* with uay sisters. 1 went in cook't pantry knil hooked a duzzuu eggs. There was a y ling man cum with Lotty Sears, a reg'lar swell from Nu York, you never see 1 1 got the eggs an' then I wanted a hat like Herman used, so 1 took hi8*«i off the hair-rack in the hall — it was a shiny bever hat, the latest thing iu hats. 1 smashed the eggs up in the hat, an' then 1 got a little table in the back parlor an' fixed my things so 1 could pla I-was a wizzard, an' then 1 sez : Vj'vFdlks, won't you...

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

? | % MONDAY, JULM^y^p

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

TAVti1' ^ TS'PIPTFMA'NFQ JxLJLJui Ca? 1 X t JLJ JLJ If J.XJ.1X 0 I E^tablmhed 1865. ^M¥E^]BP^IiHF4tiyp3M- Established 1865. TIN, ZIN®, AND IRON WORKS, CORNER OF GEORGE AND HOWIPK STREETS, j manufacturers^ HQT AND COLD 12 GAS FITTERS I tinware WATER APPARATUS ^^ i I UN VV r\ IVJj/j PITTED UP FOR TANKs^jBATHs, Baths, litcfejjwratra, k WIND*^*^NKS See the Working Model supplied and fixed. 'COLONIAL OVENS, j / ? ^ / electric bell fitters. LAMPS, SUNLIGHTS, at the works, I SoobaovmAwm0otnvktl)eill(a HORSE-TEOUGHS |||GE0R(lE MOWICK STS., BAT2URST. 1» GUTTER AND RIDQE FIXED: DEPOT for Galvanized Iron, Gutter, Ridging and Pipe. Corrugated Tanks, andjlron Curved to any Gauge, to order, for ROOFS, VERANDAHS, &C. A large stock of Gasfittings, Chandeliers, &c., &c, on hand. £lecti\ic Bells, Indicators, and Pushes .Supplied and Fixed. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TINWARE IMPORTERS. TRADE CATALOGUE. LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO STORES AND TRADE. Sf^P| ^^k J^^| TT3F' V \X/1^RR Xr Hf^l ^'EE ...

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1884

§4t JU*. Counting Chickens .Before They're Hatched. — Last night Mr. Hugh Taylor, M.L.A., was to ask the Secretary for Public Wo; les : ' Was a com munication received from K. U. Luscombe, Esq., M.P., on or about the 1st inst..ut, seating that Mr. Richardson was certain to be electeu for West Macquarie, and requesting that a free railway pass should be forwarded to Mr. iiichardson, or a telegram sent to the station' master to permit Mr. ilictiardson to travel free ; if so, was such railway pass sent to Mr. Kichardson, in care of the station-master, Bathurst ; and will the Minister take care that in future the department does not issue free passes upon such recommendations ?' if the answer to the nrst question should be in the affirmative it will be a very pretty case of 'counting chickens before they're hatched.' What a queer body the League must have been, to put itself in such an undignified position for the sake of a paltry railway tare. [Since the above was written, we learn tha...

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A Trip to our [?]o[?]thern Neighbour. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1884

^ mi t? MJT»»m JMPwt D Oh Mond^he^P W& 188^ we found our f «4^ journBn^^^Ww^ney by the ordinary / njpryiing traun^, W^tmviag at Parramatta, we v-- vr&fb astoni^huMra* fina the improvements that had t|ken place^iere during the past twelve or eighteen nipnths. From our boyhood, when we went to - the -old1 Ncwtngtop— College, on the Parramatta Jtt\terf w-vrere wont to look rupon 'Parramatta as an J^™ora^ jujj,. *«d j$le-y^))lrice, where a fellow r con oget jgoo3i cakes, a nice cup ot' tea, and spend ^^%t|v^iiu% Ail^% liiipelf. Kyeu two or three ^MpBince^ roiij |t»quirieB we made, as well as from ^^&ation|^ le||-ned ^hat the of|; place was then W2SSm8 a^i W sMn ^es Past. t Something hap ^JBIef, we ^onW^Sw what, Hflsf #%as that l^^^v'li^P^9'^¥f^Ifl;El^a C1%icketer8 last season 4&wldi-e4Jw^(jiCiWii-if(wtlie Plains,' when they got some of the 4j-lu£ Mountain fresh and breezy air, which thej^too^oalir.^ifcii th|ni, and it acted like an eleptt^i^io^ |n ^e|vuQl...

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THE GOOD TIME GRADUALLY COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

THE GOOD TIME GRADUALLY COMING. WITH pleasure we note that the local barbers are moving in the matter of a Wednesday half-holiday. In the interest of the many employers and employees who, through force of business ties, are unable to enjoy a half day s recreation on Saturday, we wish the movement God speed. Everywhere, till the end of time, will be found certain persons who delight in dissenting from, and abusing, any movement taken in the interests of social reform. Already we believe these mal-contents arc doing their best — or rather their worst — to prevent the attain ment of this desired boon ; but we are sure that the towns people, as a body, will help as far as lies in 'their'powes to secure and maintain a general weekly half-holiday, whether it be asked for on the Saturday or the Weduesday.

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ARE REAPERS AND BINDERS ADAPTED FOR HAY CROPS? TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

ARE EEAPEBS AND BINDERS ADAPTED FOR HAY C&OPS ? ?TO *HB EDITOB OF THE AUBTRALASIAN. SiE,— I notice 'Farmers' queries in your issue or 28th ultimo, ' Whether reapers and binders arc suitable lor harvesting a hay crop ?' In reply, 1 beg to state that no machine, in my opinion, yet introduced, equals the binders in this operation, in tuc vicinity or ^uemiuu me majority of the hay crops have been luirvested with these machines for the last two seasons. And on this estate we cut ibout 1,200 tons with the binders Jasfc yenr. (ind I can safely sav I never had less trouble with hay by any former system. It is certainly not necessary that the hay should be well dried and shaken up before it is stacked — the less shaking the better '.udthe old system of mowing with a common machine and raking up with a hotise rake, would not be tolerated in advanced agricultural manage ment. The rake collects a great quantity of dirt and rubbish which is very injurious to horses and other stock, where...

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

' ? FARMERS OFTHE WESTERN DISTRICT/ , M .96 O R M I C K REAPER A N D . ? B I N D E R? Four-Post are obtainable at a TarjetyoE prices »nd*;sood8 supplied aiemte^ y ^ Tick _s ^ Qm iinportat,0?| direct from tho a^^^^^'^^i^^s*'^ ^'^ to sive theirUomers tlie bencfit of * by sapplyi'8 ' best article at as low a price as possible. ? — . ? — — — ? ' — . ^ — ? IF YOU WANT A font stove - OR RANGE, ~ E, WEBB & CQ.'S ! ? ??-' : IS THE PLACE TO BUY IT! _. AMERICAN - COOKING STOVES FROM S2s6dto JSlOlOs. ^ilx^SrtnErtffllfc-L ?Leamington RANGES WITH OVEN AND BOILER, 42-inchcs wide, £9 9s and £10 10s. WITH TWO OVENS, 48 inches wide, : £11 11s and £15 10s. WITH TWO OVENS, . COVE PLATES AND PLATE RACKS, £19 19s. — It is really surprising how the above Ranges are soldff or the money, when you conipnrc the prices with what are — usually asked in Sydney and elsewhere for the same goods. E. WEBB & IdoTs^EOCEEY PEIOE LIST. QUALITIES GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES. 8. d. | Actd, Tartaric ? 2 71 per...

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

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218. Sussex-street, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

218, Sussex-street. Sydney. ;: -Itefi following letter is from the Australasian, of Mate I2tb July, and will, no doubt, interest hny growers. We may stale that in Victoria our McCormick machines have been in use for the lost threol seasons* for cutting and binding hay. lhis year's machines have been fitted with several improvements specially for hay cutting. Farmers would do well to inspect our sample on the ground. Me Leak, Bros. & Rigg.

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PROTECTION VERSUS FREE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

PROTECTION VERSUS FREE TRADE. Tpis matter was' tested in the ? Western district only a CshbrUime -since, by one of the most prominent members ''& iii& fly'dnev- Protection League coming out with blowing trumpets against a local' gentleman, who dcided to stand at the last moment. .The farmers showed plainly that thev did not want protective Richardson when free trade Lloyd was in the field. For years the Messrs. Boylson have been looked upon as staunch protectionists; hence many persons are surprised to find them publicly declaring themselves for free trade. The Government have for some time past 'protected' the Sydney merchants by enforcing diffe rential rates. Now if protection be good tor our country as a whole, surely it muSt be good for the Sydney 'merchants as a body otherwise, where' is the ' consistency of the protectionist ? The above millers advocating free trade in, at least, one branch of commerce, has surprised many. We knew our farmers, as a body, were f...

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BATHURST FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

BATHURST FARMERS' UNION. ' A special meeting of this Union was held on Thursday, Mr. Jacob Knights (President) in the chair. A letter, addressed by Messrs. Boylson and Sons to the President, was read to the meeting-. It contained the following; statement : ' We desire to bring under the notice of your meeting the inconsistency of the Railway Department in its scale of freights now in. force. The following example will serve to show how it works. Bran being very scarce a few months back, and a large quantity being landed from New Zealand and other places, we were about buying a few hundred tons to supply our customers out West ; but on looking over the Bail way Rates we found that the trainage per truck from Sydney to Bathurst would be £3 12s. ; re consigning from Bathurst to Nyngan would be M 10s.; making the total freight from Sydnejr to Nyngan £8 8s., while the Sydue.}' man could consign direct for £G 9s. 4d. showing a disadvantage against us and in favour of the Sydney merchant o...

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

PEATE'S CHALLENGE BAKING Will, Awarded one First and four Special Prizes for excellence of quality. Patronized by his Excellency LORD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS, G.C.Jfi€fi Try Peatb & Co.'s superior EGG POWDER and PRECIOUS OINTMENT 1 The best ever offered to the public. Once used, always used, LTPEATE, Manufacturer, GEOEGE-STBEET, BATHURST. N.B. — Liberal Discount to Wholesale* Buyeti. -J. STANLEY, CONCERTINA DOCTOR, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. STEEL ANGLOS made extra loud for dancing. ACCORDIONS with sliding Steel Notes. BELLOWS made to order with any number of folds required. lltSTBUMENTS AND FITTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Stock and Station, Land and Estate FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND ?hkhul mms,* A.M. P. S. BUILDINGS, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. Sale Kards: Bathurst & Lidsdafe. THEBATp^TpiqpCSt J. L. ALEXANDER, (Statist mi Jentist1, (Registered in London), Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING JStOYAL HOTEL), , ' B-A p...

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