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A Few Ideas. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

31 J[CU? JdtitS. Small farmers should keep a few really good fine woolled sheep for breeding stud animals for the hot country squatters, and thus gain a large share of the profits Tasmanian breeders arc now taking away from us. Traveller' complains that the Government roads are not fenced on the sides of steeps mnde when cutting roads along the high mountains ; hence fearful accidents occasionally happen that could easily be avoided. We frequently hear of human, bones being found in the back country. If they could only talk, we feel sure, they would tell us that their owners got 11 bushed ' through taking the wrong track. The Government would save the lives oE many travellers if they would have boards stuck up at cross roads stating where each leads. This carriage people of Sydney would find it a great convenience if the Government would put a few cuttings under the tram lines, instead of making them drive over lines that have almost one continuous line of trams passing. At King-str...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

Brides seem to be very weak this year. We have read, at least 4,000 times, th$t ' the bride-entered leaning on' somebody's arm. The bridegroom who flatters himself that this is going to last, however, will find himself sold.

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

FRUIT TREES, j ORNAMENTAL TREES, FLOWERING SHRUBS, ROSES, &c, &c. A LARGE and CHOICE STOCK of the above now j ready for immediate planting. Also POT PLANTS of 1 every description. Prices strictly moderate at I R. 6OLEM AIM'S] FERNDALE NURSERY, UPPER PIPER STREET, £ATHURST. . j

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER VIII. MISTER WILKINS TAKES HIS SISTER OUT TO RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

A RAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER VIII. MISTER WILHBB TAKB8 HIS SISTER OUT TO HIDE. Auht Betsbv she come to the wedding for all she was so mad. She brought a present of a silk bed quutS she patched herself. I told her I guess ha waV dissapointed cause I'd heard her say she elcted a4 Betsey would give her -handsome silver tea-set. Our iiess was nameu uu™. ««, ™ - toC^proptyinthefamUy but I don t know who Betty, the made, was named after. 1 U ast her Tome day when I think of it Aunt she flue up like a hen with her head cut off ; she said if she ^Bets a\a-set that would bo enuff she guessed. SheM willed her money to the Orfan's Home, we shoukmt touch a sent of it if a silk bedquilt was-t good enuff for Lil. She s'posed she'd have to give less something cause she was her namesake bu George Washton never gave me enything an I was named after him. She sa d I made a mess of It as useyul, an' now she wouldn't get a present wen she married the docktor. She said I was a marplot. I ast her what that ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

#«r Jlgditeg letter. [rROSl OUR OWN COKHESrOKDENT.] 5jkce my last, the cycling mania; seems in a great degree to have taken the place of cricket, although, of course, there are a great, number of people who ffatch for the reports of 'our boys' at home with I ^diminished interest. On the 2nd instant a vast I concourse assembled on the Association Ground at I the Bicycle Sports : it is computed that fully 10,000 I persons paid for admission to the ground, a large I proportion of whom belonged to the fair sex. A I fine, warm, sunshiny day gave the ladies an oppor I ttinity of displaying their individual tastes, and the I gktll of,; their dressmakers and milliners tit the same I tinic; and certainly Sydney has seldom seen such a I a'galflxy oi beauty, so sumptuously attired, as was I presented on that day. Nor were the ladies the I only ones present, especially got up for the occasion : I the much bccollared 'masher' was there in all his I glory, arrayed in such a fashion as to call for...

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

IMPORTER OF BOOKS. STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. isTifTinBA^Y~AKB 'WEDDING- PRESENTS. fe 8 8 ABEbGELWE-New W-fes^Dosks, from 5s. to 50, each. Ladies' Workboxos and Desks combined, in a great variety of styles, from '.fam to £8 3s. each. , .,,- *ull sum)iv of the latest School Materials, TEXT BOOKS, Programmes of Lessons, SCHOOL IeIcHEES in the surrounding district can always obtain a tun supply 01 me ^ r JON ES, William Street, Bathurst. &c, from MR. ALEXANDER, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL 6 ' (Beglstered in London). THE BATQHTfHARMACY, WILLAM STREET, ADJOINING EOYAL HOTEL, BATHURST.

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

Established, 1856. W.H.PAUL, Prize Saddle & Harness Maker, Caniage, Buggy, and all otltcr lands oj Harness, always in stock. Also Whips, Bits, Spurs, Horse Clothing Rugs, -fc. WflMAM STRICT. BATHURST. MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Mantelpieces, Tiles, &c. For the above, or any description of MARBLE or STONE, visit WALKER'S JTCirauiitfirtal Wiarh 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. T. BENNETTS IS NOW THE ' CHEAPEST HOUSE IS IflUDBI FOR New and Second-hand INgE. OPPOSITE CHAPPIE'S HOTEL, CORNER OF RUSSELL & BENTINCK STREETS. FKY'S COCOA EXTRACT. ' Having the superfluous richness removed, this perfectly pure and digestible Cocoa meets the approval of the most fastidious taste.' — British Trade Journal. v ' Absolutely pure and genuine. We strongly recommend it to all who appreciate the full flavour' a...

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

©AVID BEDDIE, MACHINIST & ENGINEER, NEAR RAILWAY GATES, BLAYNEY. ENGINES AND AGRICULTURAL MACHINES OF ALL descriptions REPAIRED. Agent for the Purchase of HARVESTERS— Side and Back Deliveries; HORSE GEARS; CHAFF-CUTTERS, and KALDER & K ALDER'S PATENT SINGLE-CRANK Thresher and Patent Elevator, Which packs upon Machine, requiring only one team, and swings round to right angles daring work, so as to build one or more stacks if required. GIT ONE OX VIEW. sn w mills ii iii WORK S, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. 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. GALVANIZED IRON. FlREWOOD~AND COAL. Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORE. Mugridge Brothers, CO...

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

j^^k^hh ^Bt& gMM gM« HffigTifiTtff— bkm jfi^k ' ^BSHflEKBRSB H^BMBCSSes^. fl^SSBBBIH HRflBH^R flimflR JRfl99 ^^& flfl^L.1 fl^HH «? JI^P^^^I E^Mi^ed 1865. -HftlYE ^pDiIiEWmVE3}H- 10WM 1865; ! TIN, ZIN6, AND IRON WORKS, CORNER OF GEORGE AND HO WICK STREETS. MANUFACTURERS FO TINWARE, TANKS, BATHS, CISTERNS, COLONIAL OVENS, LAMPS, SUNLIGHTS, HORSE-TROUGHS. WATER APPARATUS FITTED UP FOE Baths, Kitchens, Conservatories, k See the Wof\king Model AT THE WORKS, I s- GEORGE & HOWICK STS., BATfidftST.M GAS FITTERS PLUMBERS. F UM PS, ; WINDMILLS AND TANKS SUPPLIED AND FIXED. ' ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS.! Roofs Covered with Corrugated Iron GUTTER AND RIDGE FimDd ? 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 haiiS Electric Bells, Indicator, and Pushes Supplied ^d Fixed, n ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TjNWARE I*p...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

GENERAL ITEMS. SOME of our English readers will think we are stretching it a bit when we tell them that beef is Sd. per lb. m Bathurst. We are sorry to say it is only too true nevertheless. A TELEGRAM from Orange on August 5th, to the Evening Kem read as follows, viz.:— 'Fat cattle were sold in Orange yester day at the high est rates yet obtained. One pr i m c beast brought £ 3 0. Four head aver aged over £19 18s. per head. Good water prevents sick ness. Water always keeps best in iron tanks. A ship ment of new and piip'M-ior screw lop iron tanks just r o c e i v e d at Voi ill's. Sir Nf.xky I'arkes is l»rijigi n j? out lots of money, and the govern ment and other loans arc arriv- . in' freely, hence, a much easier time is looked tor in the money market. In fact a gentleman recently from Sydn- y informs us that he could only get from 5 to G per cent, on I money there now. i Nkw Springs goo:ls are now being opened and shown at E. Webb & Co.'s. A little time since; it was anno...

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A Trip to our Northern Neighbour. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1884

Jl ®# to mtr Jpioittherit Highborn;. In oar lust, we left' off just as we steamed up the mouth of the Brisbane River on March 6th. Brisbane stands on the banks of this river, some few miles from its entrance into the bay. One is not charmed with lovely, picturesque, and variable views, as he approaches the city wharf, as is the case when steaming up the Sydney Harbour. He sees, however, a few tropical trees and shrubs here and there, and a grand lot of beautiful green growing (if soon after rain), which he learns is the sugar cane, for the produotion of which the sister colony is now becoming world-renowned. On landing at the A. S. N'. Co.'s wharf, after passing Kangaroo Point, we proceeded in a hansom to our hotel, to which we had been recommended by some gentlemen we met on board our steamer. We must here add that we got the names of two or three of the best hotels from the same source. On alighting from the hansom and entering the hall of a favourite hotel, we saw a fine lady of ...

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

®lu §atlutrst §mt FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1884.

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1884

*#JH$KK I#tr. (TiTROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] 5iKCK irf^liist ire have Lad a .season of rare excite ment in€o#Qi frUat with 'Haitian's defeat, races, and othcr amusements, and the latest, viz., the arrival of the R. C. Archbishop, the Most Rev. Dr. Moran. f The defeat of Hanlan came as a wonderful sur I prise to almost every one, and various theories have * jHjen advanced as to the cause of his apparent col Jjipse, some inclining to the belief that that unfotv ttjiiate lomki was tho cause of it all. And, again, on ihe other hand, many people think and say that [ JJeach won on his merits ; it is, however, rather I severe o/i Hanlnn to make him wait for six months I before he can have a chance to retrieve his laurels. AH sorts of reports as to coming matches are flying about, but nothing definite seems to have resulted from the several meetings of the scullers and their friends. The races at Randwidr have been fairly well attended, and with fine sunny weather, and every thing else to ...

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

Dogs. — Those who own these animals are hereby cautioned that the Bathurst police intend being on the war path at ttye qnd of this month. All dogs must be registered by the 30th instant, otherwise trouble. may follow, and instead of 2s. 6d. being the coBt^'pr^abljr £1 may be nearer the mark. If you read.tjiei'j^atiiurst Post' you will find a form on which. t^e dogs in your possession can be registered, by cutting it off. after the word ' inconvenience.' » ,r.i .jJT«»v» ? :. ? ? RbajwerS and Binders. — If you want a Hornsby or Howji^Strjng-binder, apply to E. Webb & Co., who have 6ome on hand at specially reduced prices. Sheep. — A short time since we heard of a gen tleman buying a lot of these, on the strength of being told they were 'a good lot.1* Shortly after paying for them he found that they were old, and nearly all died during the cold weather, having no teeth to get their food with. For the benefit of those who don't know anything about sheep— but who would wish to, w...

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HE WENT MAD ON THE TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1884

HE WENT MAD OK THE TRAJf. Two gentlemen resigned their places in a car to a couple of ladies, oue of whom, as she took the prof fered seat, was distinctly heard to say in a low but firm voice ! -? Thank you, sir.' The gentleman thus addressed started And turned deathly pale ; then he grasped a strap in the car, and leaning forward inquired of the lady in question : ' Arc you a resident of this city, madam ?' 11 Sir ?' queried the lady in an offended tone. ' Answer me madam, I implore you.' besought the agitatrd man. This is no time for trifling. Are you a stranger here or a native ?' ' I have always lived here,' she answered hurriedly. ' Can it be possible ?' exclaimed the stricken man ; ' And yet you wear no medals — no insignia of honour— nothing to show you are not like others : but, good Heaven the difference! ! Why, madam, I have travelled this road since it was built, and no member of your sex ever thanked me audibly for a seat before this moment.' Then kind and pitying friend...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1884

PYS COCOA EXTRACT. H ' Having the superfluous richness removed, this perfectly pure and digestible Co6oh ihesta m; the approval of the most fastidious taste.' — British Trade Journal. || ? ' Absolutely pure and genuine. We strongly recommend it to all who appreciate tlalfiitt m flavour and fine aroma of perfect Cocoa. — Lancet I ' Highly approved by the Medical Profession for consumers generally.' — Medical Times. I ' No more delicious, refreshing, nourishing, and wholesome beverage has ever beeft manu I factored.' — Dr. Hassall. I Fry's Chocolate Sticks I Fry's Chocolate Drops Fry's Chocolate Creams Fry's Malted Cocoa Fry's Rock Cocoa Fry's Caracas Cocoa | Fry's Bon Bons I Fry's Eating Chocolate i Fry's Cocoa Nibs. \ AGENTS: ..- I IE. lOTBBB £Z CO., Merchants, Bathurst

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

PTAYE & FREEMAN'S I TIN, ZIN6, AND IRON WORKS, WORNER OF GEORGE AND HO WICK STREETS. MAN UFAC TU RERS TINWARE, TANKS, BATHS, CISTERNS, COLONIAL OVENS, LAMPS, SUNLIGHTS, ' HORSK-TROUGHS. $i AOT ANB COLD ma WATER APPARATUS FITTED UP FOR I Baths, Kitchens, Conservatories, k See the Wof\king Model AT THE WORKS, If GEORGE & HOWICK STS., BATHURST.ti GAS FITTERS AKD 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 IMPORTERS. TRADE CATALOGUE. LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO STORES AND TRADE.

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

Below will bejound a copy of the form necessary to fill in for the Registration of Dogs. Owners will do well not to allow this month . to pass icithont attending to same, as it may cause inconvenience* A. A DESCRIPTION of DOG- intended to be kept by of in the District of , during the year ending on the 30th September, 188 Number. [ Premises on which each Dog is intended to be kept, ? i_ f i i i I ! I Sex. Age. t j j | Colour or Peculiar Marks. Description or Kind of Dog. I? ? , do declare the above list and description to be true in every particular, to the best of my knowledge and belief.

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How and Where are ? Read? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1884

law and lith^ ant ®H IW? Tins being our 38th number, we are now over three years old. Hence, notwithstanding the short career ol a contemporary that started, under the name of the Bathurst News* in opposition to us. but only appeared in public once to our knowledge — (we don't - fciaow how often it appeared or attempted tcf struggle into existence in private) — and the loud aspersions of many interested parties, and even the most vigorous attacks of two or more public prints — one of which styled us same ' choice' (?) names, and did alUn its power to put us under the dust — yet, readers, here we are, alive and kicking still, and able to say good-day to ye all ! We anticipated all the attacks and yelpings from a certain quarter, in our very first issue, but added, that if they caused us to turn up our heels (or die) we would not do so without a struggle. When we came out we intended our pages for the Australian public, but especially for the public of New South Wales : we had no inte...

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REAPING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1884

REAPING MACHINES. £?'??* Bomb lgnfonthsinnce this paper advocated the useof I- afcringArinders for haymaking. We.argued that the r 8avi4onabourwouldbeiramense,tliecertaintyoUa^. i ^flinwetandbadweather,insteadof/o*«^all,througli I the cocks being blown all over the country, and the i cleanness of the hay were reasons given. No tar * mer doubts but that his wheat when in shocks in the £ field is much safer that his hay when out in cocjis, I or worse stiU when in windrows, as it frequently has to be. Why should it' not be equally as well or better tied up in neat and handy sheafs. Our refe rence to this matter led indirectly to a letter being MihtieW in f.hft Australasian of the 12th of July last, the following of which is a copy ; — ABB REAPERS AND BINDERS ADAPTED FOR HAY CROPS ? TO THE EDITOE OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. SIR,— I notice ' Farmer's ' queries in your issue of 28th ultimo, 'Whether reapers and binders are suitable for harvesting a hay crop ?' In reply, I beg to state : that no ...

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