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Slips. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1881

Slips. (London Punch.) This doesn't read badly for a temperance gathering : 'The meeting terminated with a considerable amount of spirit.' Did the teetotallers wind up the proceedings by getting screwed ? ? -- ' The Chairman remarked that if they should be in want of funds, they might safely go to the public.' Which 'public'? Why 'safely'? Would the publicans at once permit them to run up a tick simply on the score of their temperance ? We pause for a reply from Sir Wilfred, Mr. Richard, and the Principality generally. The latest turn-out. — Baker. I Bathurst is unquestionably a very pretty and I healthy place. Many people seem now to be finding I out both the above good qualities, and it is rumoured I that some strangers intend coming here to settle I down. Numerous visitors have just hafl oppo& I tunities of seeing and judging for themselves what I sort of a place Bathurst really is, and we are glad to I learn that the 'City of the Plains*' has left &?. pleasant im...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

THURSDAY, D33CEMB&R 15, 1881.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

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Australian Meat in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

Juistralian Jtai in fiJnjtatd, Some years since, the squatters and others found that meat was too plentiful in the colonies. They saw that large profits could, however, be made out of it if it could only be got to London. Some indus trious parties set to work potting and tinning this meat and sent it to the mother country. At first most shipments turned out very well and gave fair satisfaction among many people. The demand began to increase, and everything was going on admirably, when suddenly there spread an idea that much of the potted meat sent from the colonies to England might possibly be horse flesh. As one may imagine potted meats became ' slow sellers ' after this, but still there were some who held on hoping that this could not be true. During the years 1875 and 1876 it was not at all a» uncommon thing tor an Australian, who was in London, to have questions similar to the following put to him : — ' What do you think of London ?' ' How long have you been here ?' ' What do yo...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Waits. What are They? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

[?] In days gone^y'ft wotfld seem that Waits were minstrels or*. J^^icat' watchmen who attended on great men anW sounded the watch at night. We are told, however, 'that they have now degenerated into itinerant musicians who give notice of the approach of Christmas.' We Australian horn young men and women scarcely ever, and in many cases possibly never heard of the Waits. A young Aus tralian's first introduction to these almost unheard of (as far as he was concerned) human beings was somewhat as follows. Being in London, that busiest of all busy cities, one day attending to his not over easy duties, he concluded that he might find some comfortable quiet spot in a suburb where he could retire for sleep in peace and quietness by night ; hence he took lodgings in a very pretty semi detached house right opposite a church. The cold weather was not long in coming, bringing with it the usual coughs &c.' so well known to most Lon doners. The young Australian caught a heavy cold and g...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

WOOL! WOOL! Although the latest telegrams from London advise a fall of Jd. y ib, E. Webb & Co. are still paying the highest market value for all good sound Wool brought to them. SAVE TRAINAGE ! ' SAVE COMMISSION I ! Save Sale Expenses ! by Selling your Wool to E. Webb & Co., Bathurst. To SAVE money is to make money, hence by selling your Wool to E. W. & Co. you make money, and it is a well known fact that to buy from E. Webb & Co. is one of the best ways of saving money, and therefore of making money. They import their Goods direct from the Manufacturers and save immediate profits, and thus can sell you their goods at the same prices as most houses have to pay for them. ? *. ? OCULARDEMONSTRATIONDEFIESALL ! Kindly pay a visit and see the goods that E. W. & Co. are now offering at prices below the Sydney whole sale cost in many instances. Native to stranger — ' We have always an east wind here.' Stranger — ?' But the wind now is right from the ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Refreshers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

[?] There is a limit. — First young lady: 'I could sit here for ever.' Second ditto : ' And I till lunch time.'— W. F. P, London. The Correct Card. — E. Webb and Co.'s assort ment of Christmas cards and presents, iust opened. The Bathurst Public school will be crowded to excess to-morrow (Friday). Why ? Because every child who has not lost, or does not lose, an eye, will bring two pupils. Splendid assortment of kid, taffeta, and lisle thread gloves just opened, per Royal mail steamer ' Rome,'* now on view at the Western Warehouse. Now is the time for the Corporation to repair' the foot-paths, so that the young ladies won't be leaving their shoes behind them when out promenading. It has been decided by the William-street Mutual Im provement society that ' Professions and the various industrial pursuits should be open to women.' Doctors and lawyers, beware ! Potato-diggers, ploughmen, and bullock-drivers, quake in your shoes 1 Aldermen — mind, the ladies are to have the privilege of c...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

The importance of the Bathurst Post is evidently being recognised. We take the Mowing from that journal of August 15th, 1881, page 2, under the heading of ' News of the Time.' The writer was referring to the management of affairs in England by the great Conservative leader, Lord Beaconsfield as compared with Mr. Gladstone. Tho paragraph read :— ' They didn't give the Yankees four mil lion pounds sterling over the ' Alabama's ' little tricks, and after all Yankee claims were paid on her account, allow them to have one million pounds ster ling to the good, which they did not know what 4o do with. Very conscientious people said, ' Oh, the Americans will refund that sum, surely 1' They didn't pay a nice round sum to the Yankees over the Fisheries question ; and what is more, they did not run away from Cabul and allow the Russians to go there and carry on their intrigues. Nice troubles are in the future foi us in that part. We take the following from the Evening News of September 10th, 1...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1881

lPIPPPlT'epJsfMAS~r ?.iiu-.l^i'J ir «$W £fl£T THIS , FESTIVE SEASON SJiiB&& CO. Would invite housewives and others interested in the composition of Christmas puddings, &c, &c.} to inspect their Laige Stock of N'$W FRUIT Whifeh has JUST ARRIVED ex Royal Mail Steamer ' Ri-tiilia,' and w*dch}-for quality, surpasses anything ever, shown in the colony. {?????:.-? ? ? '? ;.;:??.?:., ? im, m & Co., '? ? ? ? In inviting the attention o£ the - public to the above ship ment, would remind them of the fact that there ie a lot of 01$and Inferior Frnit in the market this year, and also that a great deal 'of the Fruit sold as NEW is in reality last yeat'e frnit sent ftjom LmiSon, to arrive hete now, and is, therefore, over twelve months old. None of this fruit is anything like that now shown by E. WEBB & CO.. which was selected by their London buyer from the first shipment of NEW FRUIT, that arrived in London from Greeofi THIS SEASON. CURRANTS. (NFW ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

SATURDAY, ^lN^P^ 14, 1882/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

WHEAT! WHEAT!! E. WEBB & CO. ARE CASH BUYERS OF PRIME SAMPLES in any quantity. HIGHEST MARKET FRIGE given for PRIME SAMPLES. On account of the enormous demand for PLOUGH SHARES last season, at the Western Warehouse, which was not supplied, unfortunately, owing to short Importations, E. WEBB & Co. now beg to inform the numerous inhabitants of the West, that they have, this season, Imported DIRECT from the MANUFACTURERS HUNDREDS OF DOZENS, and they intend selling them at very low prices indeed. No doubt you may find some Houses advertising Plough Shares AT 7s. 11d. op 8s. 6d. the dozen. This, possibly, will be TRUE enough, but they WILL be for OLD SIZES that are OUT of DATE LONG SINCE !

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The Coming Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

[?] ElS^^ciffi^iB IB most ceirainly rich in would-be reprSwi^^f ^%°9 t^me n0 ^ess ^an seven name^ter^Lwn |is candidates. The £40 fine, no doubt, iK -1w|b some of these out of the field, but four jfcbli&Bt are sure to go to the poll. Electors of East Jftacquane, you have reason to feel proud in having so many coming forward and seeking Parlia mentary honours at your hands. You have it all your own way. It is in your power to select a good man and put him in Parliament to represent you there, or to leave matters to sheer luck, and get somebody in who may be worse than nobody— one who will fill up the vacancy and look not after your interests. It behoves every man to turn out and vote for the right man, for your greatest interests are at stake. At the present moment possibly no one great question ja to decide the day. It would appear that ^whoever gets in must be a man with many geTieral ideas and interests in common with the electors. This ii what we like to see, because the w...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

As 4he W©f?€D REVOLVES ufdn its AXIS, I ; ', jyjdpo^ibi^ it is within the recollection of many living even now, that H ':?-' THE SUN HAS BEEN KNOWS TO ALLOW THE DABK&ESS TO (OVERCOME #tM ? , . ? ? Before the usual time, and cause almost a H TOTAL ECLIPSE, I - So also is it possible for H ? . ^^^^^ .^^^^^ ? ^* ? -'L^H^H^i^a^k. I ? TO MAKE A MISTAKE ! ? ? ONE THAT ECLIPSES ALL OTHERS; butsome MUST GET THE BENEFIT OP IT, and it is to be hoped ? THE REAL BARGAIWM NOW BEING SHOWN ! ? It is not often that Goods are sold TOO CHEAP ; Dut it does happen occasionally, and now ? IMI1W11 MS MM PUCE IS TIE MIMBEl COLORED SATINS, all shades* only Is. lid, per yard _ ? COLORED SATINS, aUabades, ONLY 2s lid i»er yard m *^ COLORED SUR AT SILKS, all shades, only Is 7|d per yard H COLORED SILK FAILLES (only a few.left), only Is lid per yiuM A GRAND ASSORTMENT of COLORED SILKS, which must be CLEARED OUT ! ? ? ? ? . These are nally in CHABMING COLOURS, tmd are secured Sf^^SSto^(SSJ^Y^E 'PMCB 5*'...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

%mgptutintf. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by ou* correspondents,— -Eds. B. /*?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

Artioles kept by E. Webb & Co. (oonoinueto. CREAM OF TARTAR CARBONATE SODA CHLORODYNE CAMPHROR CONFECTIONERY CITRATE OF MAGNESIA CORN CHLORIDE OF LIME CANARY SEED CABINETS, CASH CALICOES CANDLESTICKS CANS, OIL CARPETS CARPETS, STAIR CHAMOIS LEATHERS CHILDREN'S COTS CHILDREN'S CARRIA GES CHOPPERS CHOW-CHOW CLEANERS, KNIFE CLOAKS, INFANTS' CLOAKS, LADIES' CLOCKS CLOTH CLOTHING COATS, ALL KINDS COLLARS COMBS COPY BOOKS CORKSCREWS CORN FLOUR CORSETS CORSET FASTENERS COTTONS, MENDING COTTONS, SEWING COTTON TICKS COTTON PRINTS CRAPE CRETONNES CRICKETING MATE RIALS CROCHET COTTONS CRUETS CRUMB CLOTHS CRUMB SCOOPS CUFFS, LINEN CURTAINS CUTLERY. DACKS DEVILLED HAMS J3AMASKS DAMPING BRUSHES DEED BOXES DESKS, WRITING DIAPERS DIMITIES DINNER MATS DISH COVERS DOG COLLARS DOG CHAINS DRAWERS DRAWING BOOKS DRESSING GOWNS DRESSING JACKETS DRESS STUFFS DRIPPING PANS DRIVING GLOVES DUSTERS. ESSENCES OF LEMON, &c. EPSOM SALTS EMBROCATION EXPECTORANT ENGINE PACKING ELBOWS EMERY CLOTH EAR...

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(To the Editors of the Bathurst Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

(To the Editors of the Bathurst Post) Sirs. — In the interests of the various employes, I truBt you will insert the enclosed letter in your next issue. Yours, &c, E. W. The citizens of Bathurst are naturally very proud of their Cathedral City, possessing as it does natural advantages both artistically and commercially. Not withstanding the grumbling indulged in by conntry tradesmen, Bathurst continues to progress, unosten tatiously, but yet surely. Surrounded by extensive slopes of. rich grain-producing land, maintaining a steady settled population engaged in various trades, and possessing the finest public buildings out of the metropolis, besides being the feeder or starting point on the Western watershed, from which branch out the many roads leading to the grazing and agricul tural lands of the far West, it is consequently only, natural that the City of the Plains snould prosper. A stranger impressed with the advantages and prospects of the city is naturally surprised when...

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Refreshers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

$$jr$h$r& Almost every country has its national melody, but the waltz is the music of the whirled. — Chronicle Herald. A brother arose in a prayer meeting in New Jer sey and said : ' Brethren, when I consider the shortness of life, I feel as if I might be taken away ? w^d$&ly, like a thiefin the night.'— W. F. P., ' Malaria,' said the Old Orchard Beach landlady. ' Well, no, we haven't got it ; folks hain't asked for it, but we'll get it for your family.'— FT. F. P. r Which of the Prophets had the biggest head? The one that wore the biggest hat. The trained dog has a purp-pose in life — in fact, a number of 'em. In love-making the young people believe that ardor is heaven's first law. The Chicago News thinks that the reason women never die of lockjaw is ' That they never give the disease a chance to catch on.' Wonder, now, if that is it ? The best drink that we know of is one table- spoon- ful , of Mond's Tasraanian Oatmeal, as sold by E. Webb & Co., in a pint...

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Western Railway Time Table DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

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Better Late Than Never. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 January 1882

Better Late Than Never. Two young men who move in the very best Austin society, went on a spree not long since. After they were pretty well under way, one of them said in an inebriated tone of voice : ' Let's bid eadti other good night, Bill.' u Why, you ain't going home already ? It's right in the shank of the evening.' ' Of course. I'm not goin' home now, but after a while we won't know each ozzer from a shide of sole-leather, sho lets shay * good night' right novr before it'sh too late.' Law professor : ' What constitutes burglary ?' Student : ' There must be a breaking.' Professor : ' Then, if a man enters your house and takes 5 dol lars from your vest pocket in the hall, would that be burglary ?' Student : ' Yes, sir, because that would break me,' It's a common thing to see the word ' Importer' stuck on almost every storekeeper's cart now-a~days. No doubt this is done with the intention of making people think that the owner gets his ^goods direct from the Manufacturers abroad, ...

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