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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

lorris'sllil ||i Imperial , Eye Ointment. i The Cures effijeted by this Ointment comprise I Australian Blight, Uleers on the Eye-balls. Chronic I Sections of the Eyelids (restoring Eyelashes), Weak and I sore eyes, Sty, Incipient Cataract, Granular Disease, and I otter Affections of the Eyes. WONDERFUL CURES ARE EFFECTED 1SY IT. The Curative Power of this Great Remedy, in cases of j years standing, almost amounts to a miracle. It may be j applied to Infants, and the size of a grain of rice to I Adults thrice a day cures the worst cases. ; ' EXTRACTS. I Mr. Hugh Pearson, Merchant, Newbridge. I J ,,t 1st March, 1832. I of ln w testimonials I gave you, I don't think I mentioned *the case I '?S,i-mau having had bad eyes fir upwards of 15 years. He had been I to p* m^Uy lueiilcal men- a!1(1 bad sPeitt a ]itt]c fortune in eudeavouiug I hk 6 # li-c' One ^ay' iu a desponding way, he complained to me of I haSu *«uigs' I felt 8'reat sympathy for him— his eyes appeared like I ^ ^ jS™' I asked ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

LADOW'S JOINTED PULVERISING AND SMOOTHING DISC 1IAMI0WS. I The mopt useful implement I ever introduced on a farm, ««n ' [ pcrouiit of tlu-ir many cx.clirtit I qualilies, jiihI for the many I purposes for whieh they can U» I * utilised. I WHAT IT WILL DO. I It will thoroughly pulverise I the soil, by lifting it up to the I fertilising effects of sun and I rain. It will pulverise, covor,g I and mix manure with the soil.| I It will actually save ploughing| I in many instances. It willj I cover to any desired depth all| I kinds of grain as r-o otherj I harrow will ; birds cannot gets I at the seed ; seed can be sown? I broadcast on stubble land, and| I every kernel of grain covered^ I 'by it. It will produce better'' I crops, by reason of its thorough I preparation of the soil-. ^g* /^The new center box, the new weight\ JSKKr* / box coupling, and placing the draft-bars at \ ^^^^ Jj ^fcjty the middle of the gangs are all ] ^^^^^jtfk ^PSTN, Great Improvements yjH|^^^^ T, .,', ...W^V.^-^a;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

M. L KILBORNE, J)l|oti-jnaj!lier and Jjtatiottcq, GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. Photographs in every size and style. Satisfac tion guaranteed. PLAItf AND FANCY STATIONERY OF EVBEY DESCRIPTION. A choice assortment of FANClY GOODS suitable for BIRTHDAY and WEDDING PRESENTS always in stock. W1NSOR and NEWTON'S ARTISTS' mTJESEIAp of every description for OIL arid Wil^JSB GOSr0iUB PAINTING. Some choice studies in'. LANDSCAPE, ? FLOWERS, and BIRDS. TERRA COTTA *VASES and PLAQUES. Various sizes and designs. A new lot just opened, - '?''*'.' NEAR BANK OF N, 8. WA3» '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

If you want a wedding or birthday present, inspect the very choice display o£ electro-plated ware on view at the western warehouse. Why is coai the the most extraordinary article known to commerce ? Because wheu purchased, instead of going to the buyer it goes to the cellar. Stoves, ranges, and grates in large variety, also fenders, fire-irous. coal vases, ice. An Irishman recently brought before a justice for being drunk was asked what excuesc he had for becoming intoxicated. ' Seven excuses, your honor,' replied the mebmte. 'Seven excuses/' ''Yes, seven. Now, I don't mind tellin' you all about it. You see, I have got six boys in my family, and last night— it's a girl, my The TS. S. W. plough, manufactured to E. Webb and Co.'s specifications, is giving universal satisfaction. The latest has steel beams and can be fitted with the improved bowl land wheel, which is a greatjassistance in turning, and is an acknowledged improvement The latest quack medicine publishes a splendid testi m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

An UNFfiEtiNa FATHBa.--A bevy of girls was looking at a bridal trousseau. ' How exquisite I ' 'How lovely!' 'How supremely sweet 1' -&p.' ad nauseam, were tbe exclamations made. u IFon ought to be extremely happy, t/lara/* said one of the girls to the bride-elect. ' I suppose I ought,' said Clara discontentedly, a but papa won't bring a newspaper reporter to look at t||bi.' Chorus — ' What a shame ! and they came from E. Webb and Co.'s too.' .???'?-. ?? ' .' ?^S|yf-4 ' Bread was first made of yeosk^- UifW^iffihr , ^out m. ???-? ?- -w^a^^m 1

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

B. WEBB & CO.'S GROCERY PRICE LIST. Qualities Guaranteed in all Cases. siai, ^T The following prices arc for Net Casli paid over the counter at the time of purchase. A slight advance will be made on these prices if entered b. d. Acid, tartaric ? 2 G perlb. Apples* prime dried ? 0 94 „ Arrowroot ? 0 7 „ Baking Powder, Waugh's 16 „ Barley, Pearl ? 0 3£ „ Blacking, Day & Martin's 6 4£ per bot. Blacking, Paste, beet...... 0 6 perdoz. Biscuits, Soda ? 0 7 per lb. Biscuits— Arrowroot, Coffee, Bice, Wine, Pr. of Wales 0 8 „ Biscuits, Water ' ? 0 5* ., Biscuits, Cabin. ? 0 4£ ,, Biscuits, Picnic ? 0 fi.} ,. Borax ? 10 „ s. d» Canary Seed, 4d lb; H-tb lots 3$ per lb. Candles, 5 medal, full wt. 0 9 j „ „ Moulds ? 0 5 „ Chocolate, best soluble ... 16 „ Cloves, best ground ? 2 3 „ Cigars,100inbox,vy.good 12 0 Cocoa, Fry's ? 17,, „ Epps's ? 19 t. Cocoatina, best ? 1 U per tin Coffee, pure fresh ground 1 9 per lb. Carraway Seeds ? 0 5 „ Currants ? 0 6 „ Kpsom Salts ? 2 3 per box F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

$1. WEBB & CO. I HAVE PLEASURE IN SUBMITTING A LIST OF THEIR 9 i^ejcesiwt ij*i:f-o:rt-a,t:i:oiws1 ,'^ :; ' 'in - ? AGRICULTURAL IMfLEMEJMTS, I All of which can be thoroughly recommended, as E. WEBB & CO. make it a point of supplying none but the very best in oil the respective classes. As B the ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. ? ' 9 HOWARD'S PATENT ' SIMPLEX '~ SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS I Possessing great strength and rigidity. They 4 Cannot be Broken, Nor will they Spring under the SEVEREST STRAIN. [?] I Chey are fitted with a novelH onn of head, which enablesi he Ploughman, by simplyM turning a handle, to I IEGULATE THE LINE OF DRAFT! without ? Stopping the Horses,B hus effecting a considcrableB aving in time in the courseB of a H DAY'S WORK. | HORNSBY'S SINGLE-FURROW PLOUGHS.-F 1- wheel ; FG, RB, LH, and H 2-wheel PLOUGH, with STEEL BREASTS, and suited to thoH requirements of the district. ^H DOUBL...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

I Three Frenchmen who were studying a volume of I Shakespeare in their native language endeavoured to I , translate into English the well-known opening in I Hamlet's soliloquy—' To be, or not to be.' . The I; lollowiag was the result :— -First Frenchmen : ' To I f was, or not to am.' Second ditto : ' Xp where, or is I to not.' Third ditto : « To should or not to will.' r Some very handsome marble and other descriptions' I' M docks have been imported direct by E. Webb I «*d Co., and are beiug sold exceedingly low. Just I see them, r ??' ???-- ; . ? .:.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

^^^ BIGYGLEo & TnluYuLEo. |l#4J HAVE pleasure in informing the CYCLING COMMUNITY of Bathurst and District that they ? have in stock the celebrated ' Excelsior ' Bicycles and Tricycles, MANUFACTURED BY THE WELL KNOWN FIRM OF BAYUSS, THOMAS, & CO., ALSO THE 'Humber' Tricycles. These are, without a doubt, the best make of Machines. As a proof, we refer to the fact that all the best riders prefer them, and it will be interesting to know that most of the championships anil other races have been won on them ; also the best distance records. Terms are Remarkably Easy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

Assay Office, HUDSON BROTHERS' TIMBER YARD, BATHURST. I beg to announce that I have removed from Brown's Creek, and have fitted an Assay Office at the above address, equipped with the best appliances and apparatus, and am prepared to Assay or Analyze any samples of Ores, Minerals, Bullion, &c, forwarded to me, at the following fees :— Assay of Orts, Minerals, &c.— For Gold... 10s. each Assay „ ,, „ ,, For Silver. 10s. „ „ ., „ „ „ For Gold and Silver together 10s. „ „ Assay of Ores, Minerals, &c. — For every other Metal of which the percentage is given ? 10s. „ ,, Analysis of Ores. Minerals. &c. — For each Metal of which the percentage is given ? IOs. „ „ Assays of Bullion ? 10s. „ ,, Samples of any Ores can be forwarded to me from any part of the colonies at the rate of 4d. per half pound, which is sufficient for a correct assay. Fees to be for warded liy Post Office Order or in stamps. Correct assay guaranteed and the result promptly forwarded. Gold...

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Our Sydney Better. 8th April, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

©ur Stydiwn I-ttf-tr, fFKOM OCR OWN OOnUBSPONDKNT.l 8th April, 1885. -fns sword has been suspended by an almost in risiblo thread during the past month, and it has scemcd at times as if nothing could avert that awful catastrophe, war; but at present the outlook is com paratively serene, and the prospects of peace at some prjcc, if not, indeed, at any price, promising. It is, Ol COuiBBj iiii[ji^au»u t-u nay wii»u ov-nus win uu piu p0Sed and accepted in th arbitration about to take place ; but it is quite certain that an immense amount of dissatisfaction is being felt in many quarters, the most serious being the resignation of Sir Peter Lutnsden, than whom, of course, no man batter knows the true merits of the case. It was also rumoured t ? 1 T'l ii ffn imii lirt/1 Vrtcirrnntl linf 4lin4- lino Unnn nnn_ tradicted ; however, it is generally conceded that where there's smoke there is some fire, and it is not at all improbable that his Lordship has strongly signified disapproval, wlnV» w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

/ E. A?V B B B -§fc O O. [-'??*? f HA§^ J0ST LANDED A f . ...... , „-- Ex «J. B. NEWCOMBE' and 'LUCIA.' The shipment comprises the following large assortment of the various articles for the manufacture of which the Americans are justly famous : Douglas Pumps, iron and brass barrel Lift and Force Pumps Paragon Stoves, Nos. 7 and 8, with and x without Hot Closet Dover Stoves, Nos. 7 and 8, with and without Hot CloBet Universal Wringers Freeman's Yankee Axes, from 3£ to 6lbs Collins's „ „ „ 4to6lbs Weed's „ „ „ 4to6lbs Collins's Long Gutter Mattocks weed s ,, ,, ,, Weed's Hunters', Lath and Shingling Hatchets Ames' Long-handle Shovels Hobart's Long and Short-handle Shovels No. 1 American Axe Handles No. 1 Hickory Pick Handles Hickory Hammer Handles Velvet Hurl Millet Brooms Shaker Millet Brooms Bidweil's Axle Grease, in tins Hawathay's Peerless Gloss Brown's Satin Polish Whittled Clothes Pins, Wire Clothes Lines Iron finishing Nails, from l£ to 2in Victor Apple Parers, Corers, and Slic...

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IMPORTANT TO OUR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

IMPORTANT TO 6UR FAEMBRS* We learn with no Bmali amount of surprise and regret that the Commissioner for Railways has issued a ciroulsi to the commission agents of Sydney, the purport of which is to the effect that at any day they may be prevented from holding their sales pf produce at the Darling Harbour terminus. Now this, if carried out, appears to us the hardest knock given the farmers for a long time. Many of the commission agents in Svdnev have no stores iai* build ings large enough to hold the consignments they receive, hence, they must either give up selling or build. This arrangement will play into the hands of the few who have large stores. As a matter of course, it will decrease $ie return the farmer will receive for his produce. It takes capital to build stores, money for rent, and then extra cartage must be paid, first from the trucks to the ' agent's owico, auu. vu&u oivci uciug ouui( no usual, utuuou uvui uic store to the consumer, if he buys direct. If not, t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

The verdict of the jury in the action Ryan and Son v. The Bathuret Borough Council has been received with, general satisfaction, and it is impossible to conceive how any other result could have been arrived at * It does not require an expert to discover how wretchedly had the tar pavement has been laid ; and even the plaintiffs, at the commencement of the case, stated that a great portion of the work was not worth twopence. They could not assert in court that it was fair work, ao the absurd plea was put in that it was the best that could be done with the materials used, and that it was impossible to make tar pavement of simply tar and sand. It was, however, conclusively proved that a sufficiency of tar? with river gravel or sand, formed a very good pathway; as an example, the gateways which had been paved by the Council were referred to, and , samples exhibited in court To endeavour to patch up the work, it was tar $aiiited-Hfr rather, it should be said, tar-sprinkled— and this was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

[?] TRADE MARK i A safe guarantee is to see the above Trade Mark on your Boots and Shoes. The same safeguard on your Baking PowdeT. 1 The SHIELD BRAND CLOTHING is, beyond all doubt, the very best!!.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

In Hats and Bon netsy E. WEBB & CO. Have just received from Paris and Londoh, a choice selection of the ; ? PRETTIEST AND MOST STYLISH GOODS THEY HAVE EVER SHEWN. These are now on view in the Millinery Show Room, and E. WEBB & Co. would with pleasure invite inspection. »KIRTS tor Ladies and Children. — E. W. & Co. have such an abundance of these that it is impossible to givo any quotations, but merely say that they are the newest obtainable, in CROCHET and KNITTED WOOL, CLOTH, FELT, and fabrics of all the newest varieties. * E. WEBB & CO. are showing a very cheap lot of Skirts at 2s. Their new stock of UNDERCLOTHING is very large indeed, and embraces many new designs in the trimming, as well as a superiority of p.nf. n.rwl finish. TVip nrir»pc lilrooMoo 10111 mnof mi't'ii the hearty approval of their customers. COMFORTABLE WOOLLEN CLOTHING for the Little Ones will be found this cold weather, in very great quantities, &c, AT THE WESTERN WAREHOU...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

^e %arn that the Government do not intend to ^entgouaan medals to the Contingent. No doubt the ^T^P^f^SjSrowling, snarling, and barking that has been . .r^&.o^w the- cause; i ^te^T(^l$ram'me °? tne Annual Meeting of ' the [ jj™. . ^Outh1 Wales Rifle Association includes, besides I rttiB3.^'tOi ork at practice and let us see how much of I .W21°u'caii bring to this xrity;1 I dtr^?^&i^TaeLoildoil'Jttlyserie8clo3ed 1«* tfri ? **yt fnce^ at last showed slight improvement, Ex-Sergeant and ex-privates lately from the Soudan having a growl. Why rush into print to publish petty grievances, andspoil the good effect of your voluntary actions? You hare done your country good service by going abroad with the intention of fighting. It is a double pity that there was not more real work among the Arabs to give some grumblers sofcUETHiNG to growl over. We find growl, growl, is prevalent in Sydney — much more so than here. LeVus hope that our portion of the Contingent will now show th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

_E. ^IVEBB «8£ GO. Invite special attention to their very exoelient assortment of STOVES, EAN&BS, and GRATES, ALL OF WHICH HAVE BEEN IMPORTED DIRECT FROM THE VARIOUS MANUFACTURES OF ENGLAND AND AMERICA. In AMERICAN STORES, E. Webb and Co. have endeavoured to secure the very best styles, and in placing them before the public, are convinced that they will give unqualified satisfaction. Having made a special Hue of these goods, they can recommend them with the greatest confidence as the most servicable stoves in the market. They are fitted with the automatic oven rest, and the latest improvements in the arrangement of draft, so as to do the greatest amount of work with least quantity of fuel. DOVER and PARAGON STOVES, Eos. 1 and 8, WITH AND WITHOUT HOT CLOSET. In RA.NG-ES, they are equally satisfied they have been successful in securing the very best descriptions Their stock comprises Ranges 42 inches wide, with Oven and Boiler ; 48 inches wide, with Double Ovens, with or witho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

es= FURTHm^REATT CONC£S|I0NS 3TO6K- TAKING SALE All Over in a Ffew DaYs! TTmce please make Jiasto if you want GENUINE BARGAINS, such as an IMPOBTER ONLY a, .i.«,wr ?,,.-.. 0AN GtvE SPECIAL CLEARANCE LINE ;' -a - n ?; . op NEW ALBANY RUFFL1NGS! GREAT RUN, NOW ON THESE ! AND NO WONDER 1— SEE THE PRICES I 1 . - , s. d. ^flnteJ^Ubaiiy-BMing^ formerly Is 3d, now.... ? 0 1\ I wjrija Albany Ruffling, formerly Is 2d & Is 6d, now 0 9 I ^ie Albany Riffling, formerly Is lid & 2s 3d, now 1 0 | jyjites Albany Ruffling; former) y 2s 6d, no w ? 1 6 ! White Albany Rufaing, formerly 2s 1 Id, now ? 1 9 i Orossby's White Patent Ruffling and May Fair, /rfpwnerjy^ldandta^d, now ...... ? 0 1| Black and White, formerly 3$d, now ? 0 1^ White Muslin and Lace Ruche Helena Frilling, formerly 2s 6d, now ?«? ? * 6 Helena ditto ditto, formerly Is 7£d, now ? 1 0 i Dirk Ecru Grenadine Ruffling, formerly 4£d, now 0 l£ I Lisse and Lace Frilling, formerly Is 4£d, now ? 0 9 Olivette Ruffling, formerly ...

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GENERAL GORDON: HIS LIFE MILITARY CAREER, and ADVENTURES, [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

GENERAL GORDON : ? his 'njW^^Mm^'*'^™^': Tt L, it hri mined tiw ''?^J^ ?gg' These were the lands and such the position to ... .. -?.? ? «t /i^_j__ _«.« AallaH in fir. ftlP.VGll which 'yninese w^ou w^^-rT *'';?: a yeW «g4 1 TO#$tte^yptiaii Government wanted SQeilfitfrllW; Aat feii own objects were n ^ptroe service in the Soudan, as in China and ffi?g'To-rai8e the people/; -we have it in his oWworil^*^ no belief in schemes for im lildly had he flet foot in Cairo when somebody IS^J Wm he was a little too undiplomatic S the Premier. -Take care,' sad a friend, fiorjouwiUmakeanenemyofNubar. hereupon, in the midst of a circle of guests, He «^mt with the rerna^ that he did not _ care for Nubar Pasha or: anydne eke^ding mat tnere wa* no one living who could do him the slightest miury. and that he would not shape his face to suit ^ery queer,' he added ; and so, indeed, they did. l^he^dedared Miottn. ' D«*» of this wants steamer— say *euM ; ^»« «l wi«. _«?»«» -~ — , ~- AE the time the poor peo...

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