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

h INVESTMENT Of the most certain character may be made on Wednesday, Nov. 26. On jyjffyjfty^ill jA place, on the Ground, r-\T 1 1/ yry '\A./FQT pLAYfitY Wtol, Coa^k^ted. upon strictly Equitable and Businesslike lines, the ^JIEAT LAND SALE, SITES far Factories, Business Premises, Villa Residences, Cottages,, etc., in the JtMOTlON TOWN, where the Loop-Line will connect the Great Southern Jtailway Line at Murrumburrah with the Great Western Railway at Blayney. A RESUMPTION Has been proclaimed by the Government for JUNCTION PURPOSES, of 19. ACRES, adjoining the Land for sale. This fact should assure the most Bceptical that a most Extensive Depot will be created there. In the almost immediate I future the attention of Rail 'Travellers reaching I Blayney will be arrested by the cry now heard at GranvHle-rr 'CHANGE HERE FOR SOUTHERN STATIONS.' I As With Passengers, so will it be with Live Stock, I the consignments of which from the far West to the I fat South, And Melbourne, and vice versa...

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

DRESSMAKING, Particular attention is devoted to this department, to in°charee y °f ^ ^^ and Work- ^th econ(-my Our dressmaker visits Sydney periodically, and havinj? the entree to ^ the principal Costumiers, is enabled to obtain NEW MODEL COSTUMES and the lates fashion able information. Our dressmaking being organised ia connection with the Silk department. Ladies are enabled to choose Silks in Broche or plain, and in any quality or color, (or other materials if preferred) and the style of costume being selected, an estimate is rendered for the complete dress ; thus costumes for all occasions are pro duced fresh, and made iu the most recent fashion at a moderate cost. A SELF MEASUSEMEtfT FORM forwarded, onappli cation, to those who cannot call and be measured PATTERNS and ESTIMATES sent post free' all over New South Wales. EXCEPTIONAL PURCHASE, 23 in. Black Gros Silk ; price 4s 9d. {superior quality and much under v*lue. ^EPHYRS! ZEPHYRS!! ZEPHYRS ! 1 ! ' The best assortment in the ...

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

E. Webb & Co. HDUBHIIIB WAREHOUSE, Upon receipt of letter or telegram, we toward samples of all kinds of DRESS MATERIALS to any part of the colony, post free, and execute MOURNING ORDERS on the shortest possible notice. The competant staff of DRESS AND MANTLE MAKERS now engaged enables us to give entire satisfaction to Ladies farouring us with their commands. Costumes to Order. WIDOW'S Robe of Crape and Cashmere, complete Costume, 5 Guineas. Samples on application, post free. DAUGHTER'S Mourning Costume of Nuns' Veiling, trim med with Crape, 3 Guineas. Patterns and estimates post free. SISTER'S Mourning Costume of Ottoman Repp and Crape, 2£ Guineas. Write for Samples ; post free. A SPLENDID assortment of NEW DRESS *1 MATERIALS, in Black. Black Alpaca, from 4fd to 2s 9d per yard. Black Persian Cords, from 12£d per yard. Black Ottoman Cloth (very fine), 18d per yard. -, Black Drab de Ettia (very light), 19£ per yard. '-? Black Costume cloths (grand value), 10£d per yard. .% Bl...

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Nocal Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1884

focal Jfp& Several complaints have reached' us to the effect that the essay on Bathurst, and district, that is being published in this paper, is not so well written as it might be, and that in many instances it is incorrect. We regret that it was not auite so good as we expected to get. But we were bound to give the prize, viz;., £2, as two essays were sent in, and our conditions fulfilled. Although the essay may not be up to the standard that such an important subject demanded, yet we feel grateful to the writer for so boldly coming forward, and doing her best ; and we in no way begrudge her the prize. To those who are doing a quiet grumble, we can but say, that it was open to them to compete, and, as they ' iww ' seem to know the truth of past events better^ than ' Trix,' we beg to intimate that our columns are open for a fair amount of corrections, but not to unkind criticisms. A short time since we referred to the waste of the Bathurst ratepayers' money, through some bun...

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

E, WEBB & CO., Importers, Bathurst.

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ORIGINAL ESSAY. BATHURST AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1884

ORIGINAL ESSAY. BATHURST AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT. (Concluded.) Bathurst district possesses the most beautiful caves that have ever been discovered in the colony. They are situated about 20 miles east of Oberon, in the Blue Moun- tain Range ; they were called Fish River Caves until very recently, when the name was changed to Jenolan Caves. Neither of the names are very appropriate ; for the Fish River, which is the name of the Macquarie till it reaches the Woodlands Estate, where the Campbell's River joins it, neither has its source in them, nor flows near them, and Jenolan is equally as inapplicable, as a place of that name is situated in the Mudgee district, and the places in all pro- bability will be misconstrued. The caves are in the side of the mountain; the scenery around is very wild, but the   caves themselves are magnificent. They are quite dark, and visitors have either to be lighted by candles or mag- nesian wire, which produces a light similar to that of...

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

EWE HI) & CO. OPEN ALL DAY ON ? WEDNESDAY, THE 24th INST. BOOTS and SHOES AT s. d. j Ladios' Kid Button Shoes ? G C- Ladies' Kid Oxford Laced Shoes, patent vps ? 7 0 Ladies' Cloth Shoes, patent goloshed ? 9 (5 Ladies' Glace Derby Lace Shoes ? 8 ji Ladios' O lace Button Shoes ? 8 6 Maids' Glace Button Shoes ? 7 5 Girls' Glace Kid E. S. Shoes ? 7 J) j Girls' Glace Kid Button Shoes ? , ? 6 9 Girl's Glace Kid Lace Shoes ? 6 3] Ladies' Glace Kid E.S. Boot?. — These arc specially j made for us. and are stamped with our Trade J Mark, 'The Shield.' Thoy cannot be beaten at* j 2s. more ino»'\y. Price, only Us. (id. at WebbV, 1 Ladies' Cashmere Ifouse Boots ? 4 3.1 Ladies' Cashmere BootF, from iki. to Is. under usual I trade prices, j Lndirsj Cashmere and Lasting Boots at Webb's, !)d. to Is. under usual trade prices. ** j Cheap Cashmere E.S. Boo'.s ? 2 11 Cheap Lasting E.S.. military heels ? 3 II j Superior qualitv lasting E.S. on hand. 1 Maids' Glace Kid K.S. 'Shoes ? .'$ 11 Ladies' ...

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

«l. STANLEY, concebthu 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, INSTRUMENTS AND FITTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MUCRIDGE BROS., HI SAW HILLS 41 JOINERY WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. Have on sale, at the above Mills and at the Branch Yard, TIMBER OP 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, PLASTBB, GALVANIZED IRON. FlREWOOD~AND COAL. Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, s CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. M. L. KILBORNE, Mottjip^te and llationtii, GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. Photographs in every size and style. Satisfac tion guaranteed. PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY OF EVERY ...

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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1884

?uJiBRRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY ?♦ NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL.' HiiADKiii*, it is but once a year that we ave the pleasure of sa}'ing this to you. ?atlicr Christmas has come round again o remind us that we are one year nearer our graves. To those who have had troubles and cares during the past year, we say banish them from your thoughts, aud start afresh, as it is better to look into the future than to stay and regret at the past. To those who are on bad terms with their neighbours the ' Post' says, Shake hands, forgive and forget. If you have allowed the sun to set on a bad' temper, don't allow the New Year to find you with one. Be on good terms with everybody, at least on the beginning of the year. On the evening of the 10th inst., the in habitants of Bathurst showed plainly that there was still no *mal] amount of the British Lion in them. One of the largest meetings ever held in this city gathered, at one day's notice, to show their approval of the action of the depu tation that waited o...

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

EAVEBB & CO. OPEN ALL DAY ON ? WEDNESDAY, 24th, INST. BLAYNEY WEST. INTENDING PURCHASERS, Make Early Choice, half the lots now sold. Balance for Sale Privately ! liMlSiiIAl Full particulars, Lithos., &c , from R. H. PALMER, AGENT, BLAYNEY. Established 1856. W. H.-PAUL, BATHURST, AND J. M. PAUL, ORANGE, Saddle & Harness 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 arc selling from £3 5s. a set. W. H. PAUL, William-street, Bathurst. J. M. PAUL, Summer-street, Orauge. J&jGjbL^m Garden i ^^^^^^Sm \MS& Ornamental Trees, FIo ir^KJii^^Pl we ring Shrubs, Roses in A LARGE and CHOICE STOCK of the abovp. now ready for immediate planting. Also POT PLANTS of every description. Prices strictly moderate at R. COLEMAN...

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

Christmas Day PALLING ON Thursday, 25th inst.; PLEASE NOTE THAT E. WEBB & CO. WILL NOT CLOSE THEIR ESTABLISHMENT i WMISDAllIP., Until 9.30 p.m. .-? , EWEBB & CO. OPEN ALL DAY ? WEDNESDAY, 24th Inst. Littj,!? Bo v— 'Please I \vant'th0dootor ip doifiefmd iee mother.' Servant—' Doctor's out; Where -do you :ome from '!' Little boy—4' What ! don't you know nio? iVliy, wo deal with you. Wo had'a baby from hero last veek.' . ' - ' '? Tins following took place in Bathurst :— Little Boy— 1 Ma, how much did baby cost ?' Ma—' A lot of money, [ hardly know how much.' Little boy— 'Did he cost 65 V' Ma— 'Yes, more than that.' pWti boy— 'It vould have been better if that moiioy had been spou&'ou- i pony for me !' AKOTirKlt fact that took placo in a Bathurst Sunday School. Teacher— ' You know God can do evnrything. fie turned Lot's wife iuto a pijlar.pf $&]%. Me can Wo tvet-y thing' Smart boy— 'Oowd lie trijrri me into a,

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XII. HE BECOMES A BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1884

A BAD BOTS DIARY. I CHAPTER XII. BE BECOMES A BURGLAR. ' KviAjO !' says lie, as ezy as ennythtng, ' whare is my little gentleman goin* in such a hurry ? ?;.; It was a tramp. He sat under a tree bv the rode sidejCting ahull mince pie. I had been running away about 2 hours. My squirrel was in my pockit, but my bull-pup wasn't along, cos he'd gone off when Pat Finuegan called him, gust as if I hadn't pade a doLar for the little thefe — he was a dishonest pup. ' Hullo, yourself,' sade I. 'Sit down an' rest, an' have a peace of my pie,' sade he. [ **. Thank you, I will,' sade I ; for I was rechedly hungry, that it seemed as if my legs wooln't carry me anuther step. ' Whare are yougohv?' he asked when I had et it. I knew tramps wasn't very good i heirs 3lves, so 1 th6ught Ide tell him the hull truth. *' IVe run away from our. folks, cos Imc such a dredtul bad boy they are ashamed of me.' * ** O,1* says he, 'yure a bad one, be you !' and he laffed. ** Wot you bee i a doin', bub ? — committ...

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

NUMEROUS ENQUIRIES HAVING BEEN MADE TO B. 'WEBB -fc CO LAST 'XMAS FOR THAN THEY THEN HAD, THEY HAVE This Season, secured the Finest lot ever shown out of Sydney I It is very doubtful whether any house in Sydney is showing such a Variety of Goods. GOODS NOT PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED IN THE 'POST.' ONLY TUST OPENED ! Must be sold this 'Xinas ; hence they are MARKED VERY CHEAP! READ THE LIST OP NOVELTIES. Fancy Flower Pot Covers, 6d., 7i, to 2b. Butters and Covers in Crown Derby ware, &c, (assorted) Stnmg D«ke for Boys, 8, 3d., fa: 9d., *. Od. BiscuU Box^'uperb). 37s « and 476 6d, te Work Boxes, Is 3d and 3s 3d. Breakfast cruets (novelties) worth seeing .it Webb's. 13s Writing Desks (choice), 7s 9d, 11s 9d, 17s 6d. fid, H4s 6d. 39s 6d, &c. Fancy Baskets in variety. Toy Tea Sets, is, 3s 9d, 5s Gd, &c, &c. Fancy Brackets, from f^tl. See these. Mouth Organs, Toy Watches. The best lot of Brackets shown. Express Waggons, strong. Photo Frames, (assorted). Skip Rop...

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

^%^mm^^^^^^^^y Howick Street, Batliuirst, TTAMILTON' TC^PURSER beg to inform tlie inhabitants of Bathurst and surrounding districts that JLJ^/tfigg ha4 CGIO^NGED BUSINESS as COACH and BUGGY BUILDERS, nnd that having secured those centrally situated and jsommodious premises lately occupied by Messrs. Cobb and Co,, they^w jHJcpa*ed to execute all orders entrusted to them with neatness and promptitude. '^] NOTHING BUT THE BEST AMERICAN SEASONED TIMBER KEPT IN STOCK ! «T NOTE THE ADDRESS— HAMILTON & PURSER, HOWICK STREET, BATHURST. Betto Members of tho Firm were in the employ of Messrs. COBB & GO. for a considerable period, Mr. HAMILTON having been Foreman of the PaintShop in that well-known establishment for 17 years, and they can with confidence recommend their Workmanship to the public.

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Our Sydney Letter. 9th December, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1884

©ur ^])dnog iirttqr. fKBOM OUR OWN CORnBSI'ONDENT..J IX fi December, JBbl. ?cavccly believe it possible that '81 is so near f .ICVoso ami that the old man with the scythe 1ms I ltSMwclvo months nearer to us : and yet I suppose ?f -j.c in fitness with tho eternal nature of these vis, that as we grow older Time appears to Srense the swiftness of his flight. However, it is CClluC W WOK UVIJII UpOll IllS lil^m llian.it imihuuu '^irli floret. Old Isaac Taylor once wrote — macii ^ eeemg that Ufe .s nll a vo.(1^ On selfish thoughts alone employed; I That length of days is not a good, Unless their use. be understood ; - While if good deeds one year engage Tliat may be longer than an age : But if a year in trifles go, Perhaps you'd spend a thousand so ! i Time cannot stay to make us wise— I We must improve it as it lies.' I j eappose once a ycav one is allowed to pause and [ t]),;,ik on these tilings, glanco hack over sonw of the j'neidents in his life's pilgrim^, and indulge in just I a lit...

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

JL JAMES W7 SMITH, ^9EEO\ — PRACTICAL — Q^Chronprier,' latch and Clockmaker, Jeweller, k ^S$SS^^ (NEXT Me. \V. If. PAUL'S). fflLLIAM STREET, BATHURST, DESIRES to inform ttiejpublic of Balhurst and surrounding districts that he has commenced business in the above centrally situatedtjiremises, and he begs to say that it will be his endeavour to afford satisfaction to all those who favour him with their patronage. None but ttie best goods procurable are kept on hand, and having personally selected his .stock, J. W. S. can confidently recommend it to the public, whether as regards Prices. Quality, or Variety. A speciality will bo made of 'Walttiam Watches, which for Time-keeping, Durability, and Workmanship combined, cannot bo surpassed by any patent in the world. A large and well-assorted stock to select from. Also English Levers and Genevas of every description. AH his GOLD and SILVER CHAINS bear the London Hall Mark, which is a guarantee of their genuineness. The Goods are marked in ...

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

^§g&*|^? t ?- vv&^&e^ c$c d%g ogg ^K&WM^Z . fc?&§isS F* January. p^ smtwtf|s ^ 4 5j 6 7|! 8 9 10 ,0 ? 1 ? ; ? ] — | i U ll!l2:i3U!l5KJ!l7 ^ ? ! ? | ? |_ fV 18L9 20 21J22 23 24 i! '25 26|27 28129 30 31 i ? ? ? j ? j I ? i~LL. ? February S ! M T W T | F , S i '? 1 2 3 4J 5|' 6j 7 8l 9 1011 121314 ? j ? ; ? ! ? ! ? 15J16 17 1819J2021 ? ! ? ? ? j ? i ? 22 23.24'25 26;27;28 ? i ? j ? i ? | March. S M T WjTJ f|s | 1 2 3 4! 5 6 7 ? ? ? LJ__ 8 9,10 Il;12!l3 14 : ? ; ? ;_i__! _J 15 IG-17 1819 2021 22 23 24 2526 27 28 29 3031...'...! ? ...; ? |..v..j.j flBubltc l^olJVans. New Year's Day — 1st Januaiy. A n n i v c r s a r y | Day 2--th Jan. Good Friday — 3rd April. East or Monday j — (-th April. The Queen's B i r t h d a y — 24th May. The Prince of Wales' Birth day— Oth Nov. Christmas Day —25th Dec. Boxing D ay — 2Cth'Dec. Apr\IL. S M TWIT F S ; ? lj 2~3!1» ! 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16il7 18 19 20 2122 23124 25 26 2728 29 30' ? ? I ? i ? ? ??)???? ? ...

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

Our City Fathehs on the War Path. — We are glad to see these gentleman are looking out for the interests, not only of their ratepayers, but of the community generally. They are so good-natured

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OUR NEW LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1884

OUR NEW LAND BILL. Much has hem said and written about the new Lnml Bill. It comes into force on the 1 st of next month. Time alone will prove whether it is work able or not. We must admit, from the onset, that ifc is beyond us. There are too many clauses which we cannot understand, and most person? when they don't understand anything usually condemn it. Honce, if we condemned the act we would do nothing out of the common. This being Christmas time, we don't want to bo too severe on anybody ; there fore we must content ourselve? by believing that it was never intended that we should understand it. On the face of if, it appears to be the lawyers' and land agents' fancy Bill. THE l.AXH ttOAlll) OFFICES. Under the new Bill Land Boards have to be appointed to manage affairs in each division. Under ordinary circumstances these woul.l be pin cod at the most convenicnily situated spots for tho greatest num ber of parties interested, if f uitable. 'J he Government liavo doci Jed unrnimmisly...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XIII. THE LAST STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTBB XIII. THE LAST STRAW. I am fond of most all seasons of the year, specially Chrismus, which is jolly jenerally. Cook is that cross with fring donuts, making frute cakes, stuffing fowls, a boy can't take a bunch of raisons or a little stick of cinmon 'thout she snaps him up like she was a fire cracker. She won t allow me to play marbles with the nutmegs, nor lick the spoon she sturs her cake with, nor grate my chunk of chalk on her nu grater, nor have a bit of fun in the kitchen. I have to keep out of it all the time — it smells so delislius, its hard on a boy. Bess and Sue they are going to reserve calls on New Yeres. They say its an offul lot of trubble to reserve calls all day, an' have picklded oysters, an' coffy, an' cold turkey, an' cake, an' ware their new silks. I think Ide better tell some of the fellows to tell the rest to stay away, cos my sisters say its too much trubble. Ive had a wate on my mind for moren a welce. Ive been upstares an' down. Yi...

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