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PARTICULARS OF SILO BUILDING AND SILO FILLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1884

PARTICULARS OF SILO BUILDING ADD SILO FILLING. [BY B. H. BENTALL AND CO., ENGLAND.] IS January last we issued a circular* on '{silos and buo Building,' in which a detailed description -nas given of a double Silo of one hundred tons capacity, which we were about to erect in our own farm premises, and also of the method we propqsed to adopt for filling, weighting, and This silo being now completed, and one chamber filled «T,rt weighted, we intend iriviiiff n, short account of our experience, being encouraged thereto by the favourable ' reception of our former remarks on this subject. The aceompanin; engraving, which is taken from a photograph, shows our silo, together with the apparatus used for cutting up and elevating green fodder. Experience having modified some of the opinions oppressed in our former circular, we have deemed'- it advisable to rc-statc the leading features of our system of ensilage. ___^ __ The Silo is placed con veniently near the feeding 6lieds. It is an oblong c...

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

New Rule for Selecting Shooting Teams.— We §? understand that the Committee of the Bathurst Volunteer Bifle Olub ^H have passed a new rule, which gives every member of the Club ftdireot / 11M voice in the selection of the team that is to represent the OTub in 'fmM their contests with other men. The rule reads as follows :— ' That for : flH all Club matches fired by tills Bine Club, the team shall be Tleolded j'|H from the men making the best aggregate of two competitions out cf !f-aH the last four fired at the rouges at which such match 1b to be fired ^!^H prior to the selection of the team. The Committee, however, reserve J^H to themselves the right to uomiaate two mea fur each match.' It wW/JaH

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

, , . -Mill IN. I ? -Ml ..' ? ? 'r,1.-^, 5TB ? '? — ' ? 1 ? '— ? ' ? *? ? ' ? TT- , ? 7, ? --i-r'-l ? ?-' 1 ^ ^XA HAMILTON & PURSER, ^^^B^^^^^feg^^V Howick Street, Battuirst, TTAMILTON & PURSER beg to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst and surrounding districts that AX they have COMMENCED BUSINESS as COACH and BUGGY BUILDERS, and that having secured those centrally situated and commodious premises lately occupied by Messrs. Cobb and Co., they are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to them with neatness and promptitude. NOTHING BUT THE BEST AMERICAN SEASONED TIMBER KEPT IN STOCK ! (ST NOTE MB ADDRESS— , HAMILTON & PURSER, HOWICK STREET, BATHURST. Both Members of the Firm were in the employ of Messrs. COBB & CO. for a considerable period. Mr. HAMILTON having been Foreman of the PaintShop in that woll-kuowu establishment for 17 years, and they can with confidence recommend their Workmanship to the public.

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

SHIRTS.— Splendid value in White Shirts, We ?, are now opening a good line at 3s i-d and 4s Qd each. Also Regatta and Oxford shirts. E. WEBB & CO. .-?;? BOYS' HATS, in all the leading shapes, iw Straw, Tuscan, Leghorn, &c. E. WEBB & CO, --/ . /^HEAP TWEEDS.— We sell good strong ^ Tweeds for boys suits at 18J, 21d, and 2s l)d.; But we wish to direct special, attention to the niar; vellous value of the HONGKONG TWEEDS , - just opened. These arc so much lii;o the Colonial Tweeds that many persons would not scruple to seul them as such ! Price, only 2s lid per yarl E. WEBB & CO. CUMMER AND SPRING HOSIERY.— We . ^- lmve opened our Spring and Slimmer Hosiery v|| in all the new and fashionable mode. anil dairlv $hadtjs., vl LADIES' SPUN SILK and Lisle »a(l^dsoXi| in Diamond, Black, Navy, Burgundy, etc. r*| : ; f E; WEBB &1S0i SPLENDID assortment of CHILU^^%^; Hosiery, in Balbriggan, Lisle Thread, ami Spun ;Spr|?|Pt We have purchased these largely in ...

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

an k raw, Stock and Station, Land and Estate FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND A. M. P. S. BUILDINGS, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. Sale Yards: Bathurst & Lidsdalg. TJMETT'S IS NOW THE CHEAPEST HOUSE II BATflHRST FOR New and Second-hand EIItE. OPPOSITE CHAPPLE'S HOTEL, CORNER OF BDSSEU&BmmCE STREETS, MUGRIDGE BROS., SIIAll SAW MLS AND JOINERY WORKS, Russell and Rauken Streets, Bathurst. Have on sale, at the above Mills and at the Branch Yard, TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AH kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes, Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes, Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. Whitd Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles, Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTEE. GALVANIZED IRON, FlREWOOD~~AND COAL. Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WOKK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRAOrOKS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. Subscribe & Advertise. M\t I mhvzt Jra mtfa Is published bi-weekly, and contains all current loc...

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Our Sydney Latter. 10th November 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1884

-®ur £ gteg li[tt^ Ffrom our own correspondent.'] 10th November 1884. ,.VfiiT a ^me we are havin£ ! We are in a ypool of exciting events, not altogether local, 1 1 like it as a favourable sign of our increasing Station that we are daily growing a little more ? ^#politan' °ne dfly i4 is Wolsel°y on the x™** ? $e undaunted unique Gordon and his possible ? 0^pi« at Khartoum ; then it is wonderment at the ? S&cled Gladstone, hastening on to an octagen ? 30, speaking for hours in Midlothian and moving I .nation to curb the power of the peers of England j ? or Salisbury,, with the coolness and courage of our ? 0]d nobility, defying the fates and running headlong 1 1) tfs own destruction ; next it is the issue of the I cwat presidential election of America, that will I ciecide in great measure the strength of the peaoe I fff0 the war party — the loyalty to English aims I td views versus and Anglo-phobists and Irish I ,4rty? and in a great measure the religious versus ? fynieligious...

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

'WSe are requested'!*) direct the attention of the public? to the great land sale advertised in duVcolurrins by Me* B. ;? H*. Palmer, auctioneer,' ti- be held Sat Bfayney,! lad Wednesday; 26th instant. iBlayaey is a rising and flou rishing township : land about there most increase greatly in value during the next few years, hence sate investments should be found there by good bidding at the coming sales. It is worthy of *k-te that the plans of the place, as sent round by'ithfe stirring and energetic auctioneer, are beautifully got up, and that many of the streets are called after some of the oldest residents of that town. For instance, we find Xafcc-street, Plumb street, &c. These name* appear tb us somewhat more aristocratic than those given to ma principal streets*— Mil, and George streets to wit. Every town in tlie colony has a Bill and a George in it.

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A MEMOIR. TALE OF A CHICKEN (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1884

'Ji MEMOIR. TAh~E^&F A CHICKEN. C Concluded.) Well they.-suited one auotber — This -vco 'chick and bis new ' : mother. * ' ' Every pledfeure did he double, ' Though he gave her so much trouble. To all her friends she clucked the praise -\' ?- . : Of his queer and lively ways. One day in sad plight I found her Croakiug loud for help; around her Then, behold 1 a Cape Town gan der— Answering— seemed he would „ demand her, ; ''What in all' the world's the matter, That she raises such a clatter ?' Very soon I found the cause By her milk-bespattered claws. In a trough of milk and bread Pet had fallen on his head. With the greatest expedition I saved him from this position, Placed him on a sunny log To recover from the bog. ♦ . : Then old Yellow did tier share Kept him with the greatest ciw Underneath her sheltering win^ Till he looked as fresh as Spring! After all he did get drowned ; One warm morning he was fonod By that gander, in the Water, (Some accused him of the slaur. ter),...

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

Printed, for the proprietors, by G. Whalan, Howick-sfcre^ Bathurst,

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"OUR BOYS" ON THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1884

' OUR BOYS ' ON THE STAGE The members of 'Our Boys' Football Club gave a dot! entertainment at the School of Arts on Monday evening 20th ultimo, to a very fairly-filled house. Below we atftfe progrimme mcasesume of our reader- mW rti^k Sro hot present at the entertainment ; we beg to staM^djaliin* programme w*s ^ery well carried througn, two gUtleto £p^%lP^^lCk Trean°r aQd Mf- **-'*** ? PROGBAMME.— PART I. 1. Overture ? „ 2. ' Closethe Shutters, WilUe's dead '...*.'. ? «1 W 8. (Comic)-' Mary Ann' ? W.... ? ''?* ? m'/ ff Wof l^ 4. -Sweet Chiming Bells'. .*........,..;...?;;;. ? Mr A S 8. (Comic)-' Susan will be There '... ? , . ? wi t r* 6. 'Good old Jeff' ? ;..; ? '..'.'.'''''if ?j\S£2 7. (Cpmic)-' Walteing, Round the Vaterbutt » ..I./. i v jg jJSt 8i'Koses underneath the snow'.. .;........'.. Mr P *fnTn««Mir 9. (Comic)-' So early in the Morning 'V. ........'' i? PpS 10. 'Little Sister's Gone to Sleep'...! ? r/'S 11. 'Kittio Wells' ? .'.. ? Mr W'M2 12. (Comic)^' Golden SUppers' ? .....

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

^^XA HAMILTON & PURSER, TTAMILTON & PURSER beg to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst and surrounding districts that JLJ. they have COMMENCED BUSINESS as COACH and BUGGY BUILDERS, and that having secured those centrally situated and commodious premises lately occupied by Messrs. Cobb and Co,, they are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to them with neatness and promptitude. NOTHING BUT THE BEST AMERICAN SEASONED TIMBER KEPT IN STOCK ! fjf NOTE THE ADSBESS— HAMILTON & PURSER, HOWIOK STREET, BATHURST. Both Members of the Firm were in the employ of Messrs. COBB & CO. for a considerable period, Mr. HAMILTON having beeu Foreman of the PaintShop in that well-known establishment for 17 years, and they can with confidence recommend their Workmanship to the pubh'c.

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

Mip , HORSE ; JjtAKES I HORSE RAKES1 HQRS&ftKKE&lTnediH I ^jJlt f k 1 'mU-gp- ' 1 '** I|AN$0ME'8 PATENT ' STAR ' HOUSE It AKE&— The tenth am ' - ! r ; : «&& jPlfV 8F \^^?^k' steel, of a ' T ' section. This form mreg great strength with %hlnes-?, '^ft&^Jf^^xSyW ^**^k / Wl^^fS^^7\^V JT I Ji reduce* the friction of delivering the load, vrhiUt the *bope jtf^tlio i^h / f^^»flat^^H^*a^ilT/\ ff^^BB^^^^^^9BSBS8fer |jj or lower the frame, b) which the teeth can be set. The teeth arc hwngf ft^S sBjBSSlBllM WSkBZM -«f4/ ' })jWU/j)))MS^^ HO WA°llD^S ^ATENT Seif-^ing AKGLb-AMKKIOAK HORSE ^^MaM^^T^^^^* SSS^^^S«2f^^^^^ HAKES.— The teeth, ^j'ujji we p( Jarge capacity, are mad(i in %&1k£^^=^^^^^ ''^f^TZ' -*mMW#iww^tm%ffifflm* form for collecting % crop, without compie«3injfpt; J They are m expended that they have full fibertj to fall *M Jh6il6#3 or fqtTOW8,;arid thejr adapt themselves to the irregularities of the surface, and being coupled, the...

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

MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Mantelpieces, Tiles, &c\ For tke above, or any description of MARBLE or STONE, visit WALKER'S JJloiutmratal cjHorhs 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. Established 1856. w. h.~paul, BATHURST, ( AND J. M. PAUL, ORANGE, Saddle &Haj\ness Makers AND IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF SADDLERY & HARNESS, WISH to draw the attention of the general public to their immense stock of Colonial and Imported Goods, which they are selling at prices to suit the times. We have now on hand a consignment of American BUGGY HARNESS, which we are selling from £3 5s. a set. W. H. PAUL, William-street, Bathurst. J. M. PAUL, Summer-street, Orange. A Bona Fide Agency. ^ THE VERY BEST DONE FOR ALL CLIENTS. E. H. RAIJIBK, (the well-known land salesman), AUCTIONEER, {Licensed for the whole Colony), GENERA...

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

i ? SBBMH(BWB)^^- '' ' U *' : ' ~^^^\i ' ^^^ - ? ? -^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^v ^^^^^^^^^^^ . i * i ' t^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^BM^^^ ^^ VB : And Ilispect tliieir very I;ai*ge ;; and! . ^^rie^/^i^A^t^^|WyA iPn B* WEBB & 00. have made every preparation for the coming Harvest, and tta llacliiues now. offered Ire* tire TflsT*ortbcir respective classes. ^Pfiey wil! endeavour to enumerate, as far as *pace 'will permit, som e of tko^Mseli indrf felid y fire Ww 4ffer i ng.* Fu llec particulars they Will be hi^pjri to submit? dn- i^Hcaiion! ?nd wiU be pleaeed to make such arrangements as to tcn»9 as viil ftuit.all purcliageiB. i ' ? ???!?. ,-'-:! MgCOR'MICK HARVE!at.l^S-ANDfWIWEr»B{.r4QtftAi«!!'^ - - The special fetiiareB of thife Machine, which have won for it such a woVid* wide reputation, are—The economy | in use of twine* security of the knot, j certainty of bidding, ability to cpt as j high or low as may l»o desired, even ? balance, lightness of draft, durability, . and const*ut freedo...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XI. HE GOES TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1884

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XI. HB GOBS TO CHURCH. Sombtimks docktor Moore lets me come to his offis and play a spell. His offis is on mane street ; he keeps a fast horse and a sulky, but he won't leve me alone thare cob thare is so much poyson medicine around. Yesterday he was called out very sudin— a. man had a Dhit — so he sade : ' Georgie, you remane in that chare till I return. I sat still til I yawnd like my head would come of, then old Miss Baxter she came in and she looked at me sharp thru her specks an* asked me whare the doektor was. . ' A man's got a phit— can I do anything for you, mam?' I replide, very polite « You, George Hackett'' says she in a high-up, squeky voice, ' You could pizon me if I was fool enuff to let you. All I want is a little^ fissic, an' I ain't goin' to pay no dollar for it either.' An1 sh« looked all about at the bottles an' things —she's sade to be offal stingy, a perfeck miser— an' she spide a box of sedletz powders, an' walked rite up an' helped h...

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

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 15, 1884.

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

pBiTpD^TpHplfl (Registered in London), Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Oreat Brito, and New South Wales, !i I :,!??; ;;:.:,?, -^-:;-'.;,;r;,, I WILLIAM STRfET,! ', (ADJOINING ROYAJ, HOTUL), r, . j JAfHCRSl1, '!

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

JjySyfer Flower Garden!! ^^Hg^M^BS Ornamental Trees, ^J I ff^^raHnlHw^ wering Shrubs, Roses ».? A LAEGE and CHOICE STOCK of the afcfJ-JM ready for immediate planting. Also POT PLAHA' ? every description. Prices strictly moderate at ? R. COLEMAN'S 1 FERNDALE NURSERY, UPPER PIPER-BTBP^l Printed for the proprietors by GLYNDWR WBALAN. »t giJffi^ I

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

Hibernian 1=!our Mills, BATHURST. THE highest Oftfth PRICE given for WHEAT in Any quantity, delivered at the Mill or foUw^JJUtion*. ON SALE, all kinds of Mill Produce at cur rent rates. iU* '*?' F. CRAGO, 1 *' Proprietor. KEAD, T) E-LEARN, and then EMARK, liEGRET you will not ! . - - ' - ' ' ' - i ? i ? '*' ] ' . ; j \ t ; v , Y T is proverbially true that good things are wrapt in small parrels j and this saying is accurate in no '^'laYget sense than when applied to the many events which occur day by day, and it will be readily seen that it takes a shorter time to accomplish great things than, it does, small ones, and that most satisfactorily. Dwellers in and around long, straggling, demi-aristdcratic Batliurst can give a proof of this, for during the past few weeks events have occurred rapidly and most successfully. One need not go further back than to recall the Ploughing Match, which, thanks to genial weather, full entries, keen com petition, end last, but not least, a good compa...

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

i™^* J* Rx JONES, -^4 IMPORTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. JUST OPENED Ex. S.S. ' Port Jackson ' a choice assortment of INKSTANDS, 3s. to 50s. each ; LADIES' BAGS, Morrocca and Russian Leather! from 7b 9d to' 80s each : ALBUMS, Large and Small, from Is. to 60s. each. 1 ?'\ l'\ I -'\ \X C' '1' I IV I C* f^r^ii^ r\ O BATS bv Grimwood» Warsop, Bartlett, and Dark, from 12s. 6d. each. Stumps] Cj K I f} J\ Q I I |N VJI ISJ \J \J L/ O ? Balls, Gloves, Leg Guards, and Gauntlets, by the very best makers.

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