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

A Bona Fide Agency. ^- THE VERY BEST DONE FOE AL1 CLIENTS. R. H. PALMER, (the well-known land salesman), AUCTION K, E- R £ ) {Licensed for the whole Colony), .':\- .A GENERAL AGEN-$ j OF THE ' ;;.;:?; '- J Blayney Building and Investment Assooiatiofc Limited. s | STOCK & STATION AGENI I NEXT D00E TO THE , | Royal Hotel,Blayrieyf j Printed, for the propriters, by Gi pBAJ&lS, Howick-str-4 M street, Bathurst, , ,-fi y - f I ' ' .?;.'?«

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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OUR FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

OUR FARMERS* UNION. It is really refteshing fe) see our farmers shaping their course in iome jtefim'H M* ?* acfcl?n» ef ^ Inough with some oi their Opinions we cannot aeree They have committed themselves to vote only for men who will pledge themselves to advocate: ^ 1. Reciprocitj wtair traae policy wr iarm i«u..«w. »— colonial industry generally. 2. Beduptionofiftiiway freightage forfarm Produce^ at least, that now charged for other produce ; and that in loading and unloading farmers produce the eame facilties be afforded as are enjoyed by other classes of the community using the railways. 3. Repeal of those portions of the present , Land I Act which prevent farmers 01 moderate means bb^^b on the waste lands of the colony, and retards the settlement on the lands of the interior of the 4. Thel0fomSUof a Department of Agriculture, nresiaed over by a practical agriculturist ; mou«i a, farms in laige^gricultural centres, and agricultural 5 Payment of members of Parliament, and a pledge...

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

It will be eocn from an advertisement in our columns that E. \Vebb*aa-l Co. hare decided to hol^ an enormous sale of their lar^c and well assorted stock of boots and shoes, to make room forlftvge shi^liient on order. It would be well for those who desire to save money, to make their purchases early, and to inspect the present stock of these ^oods at the Western Warehouse, which must he sold regardless ot cost — an agreeaoie surprise tor all 1 In many instances the present prices will be found below Sydney cost ! ' Remember, E. W. & Co. have not gone into the market and bought a lot of rubbish to offer at low prices so as to appear cheap. To supply g^uu u.^ciui uiuucs iiiat irm csmuu wear ac uicjueraTO prices, has been the aim of the firm, and the increas ing demand for the Western Warehouse goods proves that quality has been kept up even with the low prices. »The great sale is now on. Clothing ! Clothing ! Inspect the cheap lines now on view at E. Webb & Co.'s, Ask t...

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

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

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

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

KINDLY REMEMBER THAT E. WEBB & CO. CLOSE THEIR ESTABUSHMEHT EVERY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT ONE O'CLOCK. VOTES, 1885! WINTER, 18851 Blankets! Blankets! Blankets! £S. 'VK7TE3 JSB «to Co. ARE now showing a splendid assortment of Blankets, direct from the manufacturers— GRAND VALUE ! WHITE BLANKETS from 5s. 6d. per pair to 55s. SCARLET, BLUE, and GREY BLANKETS in all sizes. See our 10/4 Blankets at 11s. 6d., and our 11/4 Blankets at 17s. 6d. and 21s. 6d. Real EIDER DOWN QUILTS, heavy and warm, in great variety, also, CASHMERE QUILTS. Sheetings ! Sheetings ! 72-inch White Sheeting, lO^d.— good value. Finlay's Plain and Twilled Sheetings, in all widths. 40 and 45-inch Pillow Hollands— Plain and Twilled. CALICOEST^ALICOES ! JUST RECEIVED,— A nice lot of WAMSUTTA Calico— full width, no dressing. Horrockse's, Crewdson's, and Dacca Twist Calicoes, in all the leading numbers. We are showing a special line in scoured Grey Calicoes, B\i\tabl4 for night shirts, 5s. 9d. per dozen. ? -?? TOWE...

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

'r E^W^Bi-J & CO. TX £if?& igjiaw jji9oiajp&«n-jy[ *? &# large importations of WINTER CLOTHING, which for VV material, cat, and workmanship, are well worthy of attention, being all made to their own orders. E. Webb &C6 'is fbr Gents' Overcoats at 11s 9cl E.fVfbfe $ Co.'s, for Gents' Overcoats, heavily J'iina3iat12s9cl E. Webb & Co 's for Gents' Overcoats at 18s 6d E. Webb & Co,'sfor Gents' Overcoats at 21s. E.qW$|?b & Cp,'s for Gents1 Superior Overcoats at ijfcf6d; arid 42s E.yWeDb -& do's Superior Worsted Coating Over coats, extra well cut, at 31s 6d and 42s E. Webb & Co.'sfor Boys1 and Youths' Overcoats, , in variety Bpys' and Youths' Worsted Coating Overcoats, a ^ superior article, 14s 11dto 24s 6-± f WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Boys' and Youths1 Tweed Sac Suits, from 12s 6d.~ SEASONABLE goods, sur prising value Boys Knicker Suits, in large assortment, from 4s 9d Boys' Jersey Suits, 8s 6(1 9s jltd, ...

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

I Invite special attention to their very excellent assortment of STOVES, RANGES, and GRATES, I ALL OF WHICH HAVE BEEN IMPORTED DIRECT FROM THE VARIOUS MANUFACTURES OF I ENGLAND AND AMERICA. I la 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 * I ffill give unqualified satisfaction. Having made a special line of these goads, they cau recommend them with the greatest confidence as the most servipable J I gfcove9 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 I of work with least quantity of fuel. I THE 11 STOVE ? l)\)\UL\j Mil/ I JJ I No. 7, I 4 With OVEN H x 14$. j No- 8- 1 I With OVEN 16 x 1GJ. [?] THE lira wi No. 8, With OVEN 16 x I6J, and HOT CLOSET for keepirg dishes warm ; also ashpan and sifters. The sifter for grate allows for the collect! n of partly !-imit n?h to retur-s to fir...

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

numerous patrons. With this view, there has been built in Keppel-st., almost at the junction of Seymour-street, a fine COMMODIOUS STORE,

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

Hibernian Flour Mills, BATHUBST. NOTICE TO FARMERS & OTHERS, T*HE highest Cash PRICE given for WHEAT ?*? in any quantity, delivered at the Mill or Railway Stations. ON SALE, all kinds of Mill Produce at cur rent rates. P. CRAGO, Proprietor. [?] £f/J*Lfr% WANTED— APPRENTICES to the BOOT TRADE, to learn Manufacturing and assist in Sales Department. Apply E. WEBB & CO. FRY'S COCOA EXTRACT. ' Having the superfluous richness removed, this perfectly pure and digestible Cpcoa meets the approval of the most fastidious taste.' — British Trade Journal. ; ' Absolutely pure and genuine. We strongly recommend it to all who appreciate the full flavour and fine aroma of perfect Cocoa. — Lancet FIT'S lOIlOPiTIIC COCOA, ' Highly approved by the Medical Profession for consumers generally,' — Medical lirrm* j 'No more delicious, refreshing, nourishing, and wholesome beverage has ever been maim- * ; foctured.'— Dr. Hassall j E- WEBB A^DiCO.^ ill lAEIIlL P WEBB & CO., having noti...

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

OHlfF-OUTTBRS ! BENTALL'S _-^^^»w With rising spring mouth, ?imf iBBW^iHiSi^^By CHAFF-CUTTERS ! ! ^^Hl^^ BENTALL'S CDC CHAFF-CUTTER, ^^pi^^^^^^B^^ with rising mouth, 8} x 3Jin. Cnte two ^s^S^^^^^s. WUr^^^^m BBNTALL'S ODD OH AFP.OcUTTEn: /fl^ H|k_ .^Wl stro^'^achine,* an/' is fitted8 with two ft 11 g^^ II ^^HBBdJ^P^ll 11 handles, the legs are of wrought iron. flsf f g!!fff [gg'!! Wr^ff ^^^^B». Ill . jUU»«gg.L .. Mil BENTALL'S CEH CHAFF-CUTTER, Kl '( „, M ^1 ?^g-|^f^Mbyjjy!i'^^^^jjB^^^^hj|\ Similar to C15E, but is fitted with ihivo ^:;-^sj^#«fcfi® ^Bi ????-- ?^§^W^^^^Mm 1|1 h^^^j™MBaBSa^^^^^J^™S This machine is gimilar to the CDU I.jii '--^^^?j^^^^^-'^Tsm^^^ts^^^s^ ^^^^^^^^^^^asaaeg^lj^ stronger, with larger and heavier fly wheel. BENTALL'S CEE CHAFF-CUTTER, with rising spring mouth. 9£ x 2| in. Cuts throe lengths, viz., £, 7-lGths, and J. This machine can be strongly recommended for either hand or horse. It had a stopping and reversing motion and is fitted with two handles. CHAFF KNI...

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

A woman's smile is thus described in an Ha waiian romance : ' Her rich red lips parted) and there flashed upon the landscape two rows of beauti ful white teeth, slowly her mouth opened wider and wider. Deeper grew the dimples in her bronze cheeks ; brighter danced the sunbeams in her eyes, until a stray ray darting through the foliage of an overhanging bow, illuminated the deep cavern of her mouth, bringing into view the back part of her head. Then seeing us gaeing intently upon her, she shut her jaw, and darkness fell upon tho scene.' A young man, trying to put down a young lady, said : ' This is St. Patrick's Day. Where is your green bow ?' As quick as a flash came the response : ' You are green enough for me; come along.*'

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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY GUINEAS FOR A SOW. A STUD PIG BREEDING FARM IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY GUINEA FOR A SOW. A STUD PIG BREEDING FARM IN VICTORIA^ Mr. T. Williams, of Yangery, near Warnambool, | where the great potatoes come from, has an area of j 120 acres of capital heavy black soil, 25 acres being J of rather inferior quality, fit only for pasture.^ , I Starting with two $ure Berkshire boars and |ijpw, I obtainea irom lvxeiuuuiuc, wic owe ^. v-v ', — f 1 increased by breeding and purchase to upwards ot 1 200 head of all ages, irrespective of ttiQse that. have i been disposed of. No expense has been; spjre^ Jo i obtain the best and most fasWonable .bJopA H the | latest additions being from the herd, q?^M^;,#^' 1 the famous South Australian breeder, who it will be j remembered, sold one sow at the JSatippal lUociejiVB m Show last season for 150 guineas, the highest prjee M ever paid for a pig in the' colony, if not in A.us^alia. | Prizes have been won everywhere by ' the progeny ? from Mr. Williams1 piggeries. The breeding f** | are left run m paaao...

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STOCK TAKING AT THE WESTERN WAREHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

STOCK TAKING AT THE WESTERN WAREHOUSE, .,... ,n, ., Fortunately this work comes but once a ^ year. When that time arrives, out go the goods at jpositively ridiculous prices. Now is the time to buy, The Oroaj^ ^W8^.^ on, and long lists of Bargains are coiftim|al» feilg published in the daily papers. Extraordinary List of — Remnants of Oil Cloths, Carpets, and Mattings. These are marked up st greatly reduced prices ; but to make a clearance of them all E. Webb & Co. have de termined to take off an extra diaco»ntjpt d^ pj^ceni;., or, in other words 6s 8d returned in every pound spent. To enable intending purchasers to make their sel|O tions, we publish the lengths with the prices. l|e member, just J less now. This is the greatest *cpn. cession we ever heard of in Bathurst, and it should )lease our friends immensely. Oil Cloths, 18 in. wide, 3£ yds. for Is. 6d. ; 5 y&a. for 2s. 4d. ; 12 yds. For 7s. Oil Cloths, 22 in. wide, 2J yds. for Is. lid. . Oil Cloths, 27 in. wide,...

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

The Bathurst PharmacyH J. L. ALEXANDER, I (jtlteirast mi Srniisil (Registered in London), -^H Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Brit*j^H and New South Wales, '^H WILLIAM STREEJB (ADJOINING EOYAL HOTEL), H B1TIU R ^ *1h1 Printed for the proprietors by OLYJTOWR WDALAN,** j&JjplPj^l PrliitUig 0»», Softool of Arta Building Howiok-ite«^*r^ |H

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FACTS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

FACTS WORTH KNOWING. That E. Webb and Co. are about to open a cash branch of their establishment in Keppel-street, near the railway station. Tiiat E. Webb and Co. hold the largest assort ment of winter goods in the district. That E. Webb and Co. sell cheaper and give better value than a^y other house in the colony. - ;. That E. Webb and Co. pay trainage on all irapery parcels, over £2, purchased from their establishment. That E. Webb and Co. repair all classes of machinery, agricultural implements, &c. That E. Webb and Co. sell boots' and shoes cheaper than any house in town. That E. Webb and Co. guarantee the quality of all groceries sold by them ; and finally That if you want to save money, make all your purchases at the Western Warehouse.

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XVII. "GOODNESS ME! IT WAS THE CAT." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XVII. ' GOODNESS ME ! IT WAS THE CAT.'* Da. Moore and Sue have broke oph their engagement. It is a offal loss to Sue, coz she had her trooso all reddy. I'm afrade it will go out of stile before she gets another chance as good as the doctor, wich is a first-rate fellow, I think, and the . stiles beinc so vaseline. , « The wedding cake is not a dead loss so long as 1 Johnny and I know the closet where it is kep ; it is elegant cake, very useful when a boy is going skat ing or expees not to get home in time for supper. Last week there was a paragraf in the paper ftgane it made Sue cry till her eyes were as red as Jhonny's were when I put the red pepper in his mother's stove. I suppose black pepper would not make his eyes red. The paragraf ran thusly : ?' Grate excitement prevales in fashionable cirkles on akount of a rumor that a certain marridge in high life is not to come oph after all. To our possitive nollege the wedding cards have been engraved and Were ...

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THE N.S. WALES CONTINGENT AT SUAKIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1885

^SeIl s. wales contingent at 1 S0AKIM. i* is a Source of gratification to learn ihat General I ord Wolseley has passed such high encomiums on *ie excellent appearance and physique of the N.S.W. troops The Herald's special correspondent states that Lord JVfoUeley, on the 8th May, after review ing 0 ii*fcote 1 ¥' tne. ?rifci8h troops, including the contingent, sent ioi vyuiuuvi i^iwh»iv*ou«i *»m* ca nressed himself in most gratifying terms of the efficiency of the N.S.W. troops under his command. He said he was highly pleased, not only with their physique, but also the way in which the men were turned out, and that it reflected the highest credit on all the officers t-f the contingent. Tie also stated that New South Wales was to be congratulated upon the creditable appearance of the troops. General Fremantle, commanding the brigade to which the contingeut is attached, also expressed his high pleasure at the way in which they marched ; and added that they might feel proud after what ha...

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

A little Glycerine added to gum or glue is a great improvement, as it prevents either becoming Jlj&tie. It also prevents gum labels from haring a tenflenc)r to curl up when being written upon. r- /?' '\ %. When is a school boy like a postage stamp ?— ^Then ha gets licked andput in a corner to make Him stack io his\ etters. ?':' --:i0M$i' ' J Who are the best men to send to wat^fr-pi^era/ because their charges aro so great no one ban ptand fhem*

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