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

An iutoxicated man saw two train way cars passingAim the other evening with redand;blue lights in the froniftnd ? rear. His fuddled braua comprehended -?9lpu^4 Jff§^» and lie was heard to say to himself, ' ^Tust be pretty sick — sickly here. They are running chemist 'shops about on whe — wheels. ; ? ,. ;??.,? J. L. writes : I should like a receipt for a cement that will do for kerosene lamps. Cap. you give me f& receipt through yonr columns ? I have tried plaster of Paris and various other things, but without jBuccess, A ^ ,|||p|^r of Paris made into a paste with a siVupy Bolution (fiiqu^ous) of water glass, and used immediately, maj&« tffeiff gpioa cement for this propose. Hot soft sokp ispse^itfJiBioai nection with plaster in a similar manner ^rjJps :;; purpose. ? ? -.;... ? ^?--:-;v|||l#

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XVIII. HE MAKES AND FLIES A KITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY.' CHAPTER XVIII. HB MAKES AND FLIES A KITE. Rosa Prince is going to give a party ; she is quite ft big girl ; the party will be her tenth birthday. She says they are going to have a splendid time, Homebody to play the piano to dance by, a real supper on a long table, not passed around ; but she don't know as she can invite me, because T am rather young and very bad ; her mother said she had better leave me out. I told her she was mistaken, I was a model boy, sho might ask my mother was I not offal good these days ; it was mene to leve me out ; if she did I would leave her but when I gave my phansey party, which mamma says I may sometime, if I continue good. So she asked me, and I am gring. It is to-more night. I am going to our village school now; I hope to im prove in my spelling and writing very fast, the teacher sez 1 am brite euuff to run for President, if I would only pay attenshun ; but there are a hundred things in school to distract a boy's attensbun, more ...

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

jMk' BICYCLES & TRICYCLES. iLipiJ HkVE pleasure m mForming the CYCLING COMMUNITY of Bathurst and District that they hare in stock the celebrated ' Excelsior ' Bicycles and Tricycles, * MANUFACTURED BY THE WELL KNOWN FIRM OF BAYLISS, THOMAS, & CO., ALSO THE 11 //umber' Tricycles. These aw, without a doubt, the best make of Machine. As a proof, we refer to the fact that nil the best riders prefer them, and it will be interesting to know that most of the championships and 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 June 1885

THESEVERITYOF THE WEATHER, ' and the prospect of its continuing, has induced , {/ i u i J b u t^ tepten&h Iheir stock of ? LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S l ULSTERS, DOLMANS, FOUK-IN-HANDS, &c, to such an extent that they are really in a better position ; to supply the wants of their customers than they were at ? ; the commencement of the The stock of JERSEY JACKETS, for indoor wear. JERSEY JACKETS, for outdoor wear. fc such that whatever the requirements of a customer may be, they will he met at E. WEBB & Co. VELVETEENS, VELVETS, CHENILLE SPOT AND PLAIN SATINS, FANCY SPOT AND BBOCHE VELVETS, in black and all the leading fashionable color ings, to match and blend with the hundred and one shades in DRESS MATERIAL, are in great profusion and great } demand. BLACK! BLACK! BLACK! For Mourning and also for ordinary wear. ?g. WEBB & Co. have, besides CASHMERES, MERINOES, CRAPE CLOTH, BARATHEAS, FRENCH TWILLS, some very useful as well as good cloths in ESTAMENES SERG...

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

BOOTS ! ? BOOTS ! First-Class Qualities AT SYDNEY COST PRICES// AT * E. WEBIBj^eO.'S. Go early, and get Good Choice from Grand Stock of NEW GOODS. No Old Rubbish Wept in Stock: ! ON VIEW in the M1LLINEBY SHOW-BOOM of our Establishment is a good assortment of the above. Pianos at £22 10s I £27 10s. Also, a SPECIAL importation from the well-known French house of AUCHER FRERES :— BLACK EBONTSED PIANO, at 40 Guineas. WALNUT PIANO— Good Instrument, at 43 Guineas. WALNUT PIANO— Grand Tone, at 48 Guineas. ^» These Pianos are being sold at LESS THAN SYDNEY PRICES, and E. WEBB & CO. offer a SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNT of 5 per cent. 1I1I1JPRT11 This Department is now thoroughly wcllstoeked with all the favourite manufnetim k of English, Scotch, &QoIonial Tweetfs For Comfort, Style, and Durability, we would draw special attention to our GRANVILLE TWEED SUITS at £2 17s. 6d. and £3 3s. ,? We have also a beautiful vari ly of WEST of ENGL&NT) and GERMAN COATINGS, in Blues, Black...

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

e'^H-AFf GUTTERS'! BENT ALL'S mi With rising spring mouth, 7f»J* IBBr^' '''^hBH^HP^ CK CHAFF-CUTTRRS J^jjQ^ ^ and 7-lGths« Fitted with ^^^^ftS^^^^^P&-^^^^^^^^- largo 42 in. Fly Wheel. -^^^sm^^^^^^^^^ ? CHAFF CUTTERS It;;,; ^«^£^^BSSEBS&^^. 'DTP TCTf ATT tCf : ''' ? ? ?'———??*??? T^u;^ p^.1ju;^_b-- --...- .-^i=!' '^' — -*?— - BENTALL'S CDC CHAFF-OUTTEH, with rising mouth, 8} x 3Jin. Guts two lengths, viz., J and 7-lCths. Tins is '»-g^ questionably the bestaud cheapest machine mamifactured. The alteration in the lfngtli is easily effected by sliding a cluster {tinion nlontr ihc spindle so as to cog into a corrcs jnndimj wheel beneatl). J£& Sce'-cut. 13ENTALI/S CMC CHAFF-CUTTER, .Similar in construction to the CDC, l»ut iittod with an improved clutch gear so iJiat the alteration can be effected without removing the covoring. BENTALL'S CPU CHAFF-CUTTER, with rising mouth, 9} x 3$. Cuts three lengths, viz.,J, 7- J Cths, §. This is a very strong machine, and is fit...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Our Sydney Letter. June 11th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1885

®ur fgtos SkttV* Ffrom our own correspondent,'} June 11th, 1885. #b. Gladstone's hyper-sensitiveness upon the question of resignation has once more caused a throb of consternation throughout Britain. Beaten by a small majority of 12 only, on a certainly non Aasential point in his Budget, he offers the nation that very preca: ious mission, as good old Abe Lincoln tersely put it, of swopping horses while in rnid stream j for surely just now is mid stream for Eng ijad, with the Russian difficulty still unsettled and the j^yptian affairs very barely patched up. I think the defeat of .the Ministry will prove to have been brought about by the voting and non-voting of various members of the Teetotal party, which is now getting a very strong parliamentary power. It is wry probable that Mr. Gladstone may take this opportunity, if her Majesty accepts his resignation, ; i disappearing from active bodily part in the i narliamentary field ; with his vigorous constitution, | fertile brain, and pr...

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

22L 'VVTJESJBIS *&£ CO* Invite special attention to their very excellent assortment of STOVES, EAIGBS, and GRATES, ALL OF WHICH HAVE BEEN IMPORTED DIRECT PROM THE VARIOUS MANUFACTURES OF ENGLAND AND AMERICA. I In AMERICAN STORES, E. Webb and Co. have euaeavoured to secure the very best styles, and in placing them before the public, are convinced that they I wiU 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 0{ work with least quantity of fuel. ?'? THE f I STOVE I Du I lilt* k/1 V I U No. 7, | With^OVEN 14 x H^. No. 8, ' I With OVEN 16 x 16£. « ? ffgjjffl^^.'t^a^^ l.^g^^-^p^^ THE -smmzmJBfm- ~ '**a - « -»- ? '^^^^^Cflll miS1Dg- t0 the Sreatest Possible ^^^H6p extent, the fuel. ? vO CO ? H f— I Ix x |vO 00 ? H M I * ? 1 - ...

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

Strong Glue. — A glue which will resist the action of water is made up by boiling one pound of glue in two parts of skimmed milk. To make a strong glue, for inlay ing or veneering : Take the best light brown glue, free from clouds or streaks ; dissolve this in water, and to everv Dint add one gill of the best vinegar and one half ounce of isinglass. For fire and waterproof glue ; Mix a handful of quicklime with four ounces of linseed oil, thoroughly lixivate the mixture, boil it to a good thickness and spread it on tin plates in the shade. It will become very hard, but can be dissolved over afire like common glue, and is then fit for use,

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GENERAL GORDON : HIS ?ICE MILITARY CAREER, and ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1885

#K^ER|L GORDON: HrS fmfl'WfaTAUtf^i&W&B, and ADV1SNT0RES. Gordon nearly sjcornplishod tbe ascent of Mount Ararat, * ieatj- of- uncommon peril and hardship. Onls*t a .northern or Russian Blope, the road lay through fc~iery ^d e% ^ cat(bdF Kotirgai. ' Even the Armenians do not Drelend to know its history. bat somo of them say ihit Noah \i\'&\ there, ft is situate*] half way up the mountain, and there is no* tiring person within twelve miles of it.1' Gordon's sense of humour is quietly shown in a letter from Orgurgeth of Juno 29 th, 1858. He says : ?* The ladies are very pretty, but have not very cleanly habits in general j. the prefer their nails tipped, and do not hesitate at taking- a bone and gnawing it. Tf. hey U?e in extremely dirty iiou3B3, or huts. They are generally all princesses, and the men all princes, who, however, do not hesitate to accept small donations. I am always in fear and trembling lest they should .give me anything, as it is necessary to ...

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

FRUITS & ORNAMENTAL TREES, FLOWERING AND EVERGREEN SHRUBS, &C, &C. ^ r. coleman; ' FERNDALE NURSERY, Has a SPLENDID LOT of the above for present planting, igf* Orders by post promptly attended to. Unknown correspondents please enclose Post Office Order or cheque. Hibernian Flour Mills, BATHURST. ' ' NOTICE TO FARMERS & OTHERS. HT 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. F. CRAGO, Proprietor.

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

The Bathurst Pharmacy. J. L ALEXANDER, djltcraist and Dentist, (Registered in London), Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL), BATHURST. MUGRIDGE BROS., SRU SAW IIS IB JOINERY WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. Have on sale, at the above Mills and at the Branch Yard, TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes, Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes, Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. White Bricks, Moulded Brioks, Paving Tiles, Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER. GALVANIZED IRON. FlREWOOD~AND COAL. Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS1 WORK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. A Bona Fide i4^^y. «iT THE VERY BEST DONE FOR ALL CLJENTg. ? f j ' .^- R. H. PALMER, (THE WELL-KNOWN LAND SALESMAN), r AUCTIONEER {Licensed for the whole Colony)) GENERAL AGENT, OF THB Blayney Buildi...

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

;.' MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1885;

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

ji? c asTmmci establishimt, KEPPEL STREET, NEAR RAILWAY STATION. EWEBB & CO. have now the pleasure of informing the community that they have OPENED those COMMODIOUS PREMISES recently erected ? at the corner of Keppel and Seymour streets, as a CASH BRANCH of their ESTABLISHMENT, where it is intended to keep A well-assorted Stock of the Firm's Importations, 'Which are so well known as to need but little comment. THE DRAPERY DEPARTMENT is replete in all the various branches, comprising — Haberdashery, Hosiery, Ribbons, Gloves, Calicoes, Sheetings, Quilts, Blankets, &c. Flannels, Hollands, Curtains, &c. Dresses, Woollens, Slops, Sliirts, Hats, Collars, Scarfs, Men's Mercery, &c. &c. 6bc. 5~ *' - v THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT Comprises every commodity that is kept in stock at tTie Western Warehouse, which is well known as the largest and best assorted in the District. Will be found to contain most lines in general request, as it would be impossible, in ...

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

SEA-DAMAGED DRESS MATERIAL TEABS EASILY. LfEBBftCQ.'SfiSSSi. WON'T TEAR. SPECIAL_NOTICE. I THE GREAT PROPORTION OF THE COMPLAINTS I OF GLOVES BREAKING, IS CAUSED FROM THE I WANT OF SUFFICIENT CARE THE FIRST TIME H OF PUTTING ON. I IT IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT THAT THeH GLOVE BE TURNED OVER ONE INCH BELOW B THE OPENING BEFORE BEING DRAWN ON THeM HAND. H Assay Office, I HUDSON BROTHERS' TIMBER YARD,H BATHURST. ? I beg to announce that I have removed from Browrii ^H Creek, and have fitted an Assay Office at the above address, ^H equipped with the best appliances and apparatus, and am ^H prepared to Assay or Analyze any samples of Ors, ^H Minerals, Bullion, &c., forwarded to me, at the following ^H fees :— ^H Assay of Ores, Minerals, &c. — For Gold... 10s. each Asssj^^J n n v it For Silver. 10s. „ „ ^H ., „ ,. „ For Gold and Silver ^^M together 10s. „ „ ^^B Assay of Ores, Minerals, &c. — For every ^^M other Metal of which the percentage ^^M is given ? 10s. „ „ ^^B ...

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?nfit for Monk. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1885

Ittftt to W&$. When we hear of our friends being unwell, we neturaUy feel a certain araoant of sorrow. In many cases if we knew the cause of their indisposition, we would be inclined to *ay, u Serve them right they ought to know bolter !M We will not say that we, or any of our readers, are uncharitable enough to feel glad, or rejoice, when we hear of our enemies being **?- ill. Our present Government have not treated Bathurst as though they had any regard for her inhabitants ; but have taken some trouble to go out of the *?* oriinary ' course of transacting their business, to do Bathurst an injustice. The Bathurst people have had occasion to speak out pretty, plainly against the present Government on several occasions, and as a result, they have had the displeasure of the ' powers that be.' Never mind, ' a day will come/' Governments are beginning to be quietly disposed of. The English Government has been defeated. The South Australian Govern ment followed suit ; and a day w...

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

IU..W.I I ? IIIWMI1 IJI ? ? ? ?? ? I H.I..M II ? ? 1 SEA-DAMACED. HOW IT TEARS! It I E. WEBB & CO.S DRESS MATERIAL J ? WON'T TEAR. HtS Sfe^TDaihaged Goods kept at EX WEBB & Co'.s, [?]

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

what lag max^y ? : YOU CANNOT BEAT THE VALUE OF THE TWEEDS JNTOW ON VIEW AT ?-jjl'i'A It has been found troublesome work to TAKE STOCK of the Enormous Quantity of WOOLLENS that we hold at pre sent ? hence, to effect a Speedy and Ready Clearance, we have determined to hold a ©REAT SALE/^ ***?-* ^ B&r ' ! during which all Hand -made Garments will be offered attk* Extraordinary Rate of 15 per cent, discount SALE NOW ON. Hand-made Clothing at 15 per cent. Discount, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. E. WEBB & CO, IMPORTERS, GEORGE STREET. I jllljk BICYCLES & TRIuYuLEo. IL$y| tJ4VB plWBre m Worming the CYCLING COMMUNITY o! Bathurst aud District that they l** liave in stock the celebrated # ' Excelsior ' Bicycles and Tricycles, MAJSUFACTUBED BY THE WELL KNOWN FIBM OF BAYLISS, THOMAS, & CO., ALSO THE 'Humber' Tricycles. Tk ..1- ^ j U4. +t,« KOQf mnlrp of Machines As a proof, we refer to the fact that «U the best . SSSrtS-ff ^ebet«gfto taTw *&* t^ c^pionships and...

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MISSION TO THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1885

MISSION TO THE BLIND. We have received the sixth Annual Report of fc he New South Wales Mission for teaching the Blind to Head, from the Honorary Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. H. Prescott, Gerard-street, Alexandria, Sydney. The report says that ' at the beginning of the year now closed the number of blind persons receiving books on loan for the purpose of reading was 98. During the year 30 new readers have been added to the number, making a total of 128, Of these three have removed to Queensland, and one to England. Five have discontinued reading, four from apathy, and one from the loss of the senso of touch. One has regained his sight, and three have died, reducing the number to 115.' We find from the report that the number of persons deriving benefit from the work of the Mission is 201 ; i. e. 142 males and 59 females. The Teacher has paid, during the year 1242 visits to the 201 blind persons. He has travelled by train, coach, and steamer no less than 6,160 miles. The affairs of t...

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A Trip to Our Northern Neighbour. (Continued foom our August number.-"Better late than never.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1885

S ityip to ©ur Jtortfyro Jteijjfcfamr. (Continued/am our Avgutt number.—' Better late than never.') We left off at the Brisbane railway station at 3.40 p.m. on Friday, March 7th, 1884, digressing for a few moments to compare some of our railway porters on the N, S. Wales lines with those on the Queens land lines ; the comparison was rather unfavorable to our own men as a whole. We took our tickets for Toowoomba ; pulled up at Ipswich, a distance of 24 miles from Brisbane, for a short time. Here, as we walked the platform, we met an old London friend, woo was as much astonished to see us as we were sunjjeed to see him. Leaving this somewhat dirty place, we began to ascend the mountains, Ipswich is only 65 feet above the sea level ; within the next three miles we got to 123 feet at Karrabin ; at Western Creek we were 198 feet high ; at Grandchester, only three miles further on, we rose to 279 feet. Our climbing up the steep hills now commenced in earnest, winding about in long snake-l...

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