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KOPARR. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

'^ ♦KOPARR. Thursday, Bjiau ItrxjRV- You wish to know what the back block towns ate 1&9, «o 1 *iU endeavour to give you Vgmrifijc description of the one I am visiting at ?n£*««f u 'in it renowned place for dust. On a Sty windy day, tiiejown ^Mj™** ™c ww™.of. a hu*e dust-bia : ifc#&ri#^r*i sediment finds its way everywhere ana^n^1^1**^* everything. It cornea sweeping down thts street like a sea-fog, endowing and obscuring all in its way, yet not immMw loseine idto of Its density till the work ofA^tt'e*^-:*Jl-*»Mf which would be so valuable in obstructing its progress, refuse to grow in this soil, and no grass or herbage of any description covers the ban? red earth, or doubtless ibe binding roots would keep th* unwelcome par ticles in their place. Oh tbe red dust J the most horrible dust, Fating the fcou&es ' .itb the colour of rust. Over the housetops and up the wide street, Blinding the eyes of the people you meet, Flying!) larafah a fair lady's cheek, Eateri...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

FEY & SON'S COCOA 5b - h« best. FEY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. FfiY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beaveragc. FHY& SON'S HOCK COCOA. my & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of pure Cocoa Kxtraet with Kxtract of Malt. FRY &80WS CHOCOLATE. FEY & SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. FEY & SON\S CH OGOLA TE CHIC AMH. FEY & BON'S FANCY BOXES OK CHOCOLATE. FEY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CEEAM HALLS. FEY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CUE AM ROLLS. E, WEBB~& CO., BATHURST AGENTS. ~^QEORQE~8MITH7'~ BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. All kinds of Jobbing Work done. ESTIMATES GIVEN. DURHAM STREET, BATHURST. L O_O_K ! For First-class Work ;??,.',????? IS GLASS AND SIGH WRITING, '&c, Ar'GARTRELL, GliGI-Sttm, BATHURST, HEXT SMITH BROS. '£MU8 MILLINERY! 1 * .,: i\* . PARIS MILLINERY I ! -'II?' WJBJJB & 00. invite the attention of Ladies *; MZ-* to t)ioir choice assortment of NEW HATS - and BOMETS— exquisite Novelties ...

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

The Bathurst Pharmacy. J. L ALEXANDER, (3|htmist mi ~§v«M, (Registered in London), Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING BOYAL HOTEL), BATHU B8T. I. L KILBORNE, GEORGE STBEET, BATHUBST. Photographs in every size and style. Satisfac tion guaranteed. PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY OF EVEEY DESCRIPTION. A choice assortment of FANCY GOODS suitable for B|BTHDAY and WEDDING PRESENTS always in stock. ' WINSOR and NEWTON'S ARTISTS* MATERIALS of every description for OIL and WATER COLOUR PAINTING. Some choice studies in LANDSCAPE, FLOWERS, and BIRDS. TERRA COTTA YASES and PLAQUES. Various sizes and designs, A new lot just opened. BATHURST PORTRAIT GALLERY, NEAR BANK OF N. S. WALES.

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HUNTER RIVER GOSSIP. Maitland, Sept. 1st, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

HUNTER RIVER GOSSIP. [PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J Maitland, Sept. 1st, 1885. As you were so good as to publish my last with a footnote, and also to uotice it in one of your paragraphs, I cannot do less than send you a few lines this month. Please do not dignify what I write as ';an article :' it is only gossip, in which I ask permission to be as garrulous and discon nected as I please, and to jot down anything that I think will interest your readers. ' Hunter River gossip,' if you please. The Hunter is of considerable length, and drains an important patch of country, and in its course passes through a wide diversity of climate and of soil. This time 1 want to say something of the Upper Hunter and the Singleton show. I will not be sure, but I think the Northern Agricultural Association with its head quarters at Singleton, is the eldest of the family in this district. It held its seventeenth annual show on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last week. About 10.000 persons were on the gr...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

CRICKET! CRICKET! CEICKET1 EL, AKnESBB «££ CO. I Have just opened their first shipment of CRIOKETIlVa MATERIAL, I ..-...:'. Which comprises a very Fine Assortment of the Best Class of Goods. I The/ ALL CANE-HANDLE BATS have been specially made to their order from best seasoned timber. The backs only are polished— the faces and I sides being simply oiled. Lightness, combined with strength, is a special feature, and the balancing and weighting is all that could be desired. s d Duke's All Cane-Handle Bats, each ? 19 6 Duke's Half Cane-Handle Bats, each ? 12 6 Duke'e Practice Bats, each ? 6 9 Duke's Stumps (plain), per set ? 6 6 'Duke's Stumps (brass f enroled and shod) ... 12 6 Duke's best Leg Guards, per pair ? 14 6 Duke's best Leg Guards (extra long tops)... 15 G | Duke's Albert Batting Gloves, per pair ? 9 G | Duke's Plain Gauntlets, per pair ? 8 6 Duke's Ventilated Gauntlets, per pair ? li 6 s d I Duke's best Treble-seam Balls, each ? 8 6 I Duke's superior Treble-seam Balls, each ?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXI. HE CONTRIVES TO GO TO THE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXI. HE OOKTBIVES TO GO TO THE WEDDING. I ah not a bad boy any more. Oh, no, I am a wicked, wicked boy these days ! Because I go to Sunday-school and to church regular, and tries to do gust us the minister does, there i I am a wicker], sectreligus boy. 0, what's the use ! I'm sick of trying to be good. When a little inccnt boy, not nine years old, has the hull town down on him, and the decons and the Sunday school super tend ant, and th| preacher besides, wot is lie going to do about it ? My mind is made up — I'll run away agane. I'll go further than Aunt Betsy's next time. The town will be quiet when I am gone. They won't have any one to slander but the men what's up for President. They seem to be most as bad as I am. Yesterday was Sunday afternoon ; it was a brite, pleasant day, the bluebirds sung — so did the frogs. I asked mamma might I walk out in the grove to find some traling arbutus, She said yes, if I would be nice and quiet cos it was the Sabbath...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

JOHN WADE&C0.'S CELEBRATED CORN FLOUR IS ONE OF THE MOST DELIGHTFUL PREPARATIONS FOR FOOD IN THE WORLD. IT was awarded Fir.il Prize at the Inter national Exhibition, Sydney, 1880 ; and a Gold Medal at the Calcutta Exhibition, 1884. Sold by all Grpoers and Storekeepers in Pound and Half-pound Packets. John Wade & Co.'s CORN FLOUR.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE GREAT PROPORTION OF THE COMPLAINTS OF GLOVES BREAKING, IS CAUSED FROM THE WANT OF SUFFICIENT CARE THE FIRST TIME OF PUTTING ON. IT IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT THAT THE GLOVE BE TURNED OVER ONE INCH BELOW THE OPENING BEFORE BEING DRAWN ON THE HAND.

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

WILLIAMS BROS., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, (Br Examination Great Bbitain), HOWIOK STREET, BATHURST, And 257 King-street, Newtown, Sydney, BEG to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst and the surrounding district that they have PURCHASED ME. J. R. LAUGHTON'S BUSINESS OP CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, carried on at the above address, and respectfully solicit their patronage and support. Having had many years' experience in such well-known firms as Messrs. Savory and Moore (Chemists to the Queen) and Roberts and Co. (Chemists to the Prince and Princess of Wales), and other Leading English and Colonial Firms, will be sufficient guarantee that all t PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY RECIPES entrusted to their care will be FAITHFULLY AND ACCURATELY .PREPARED with the PUREST .DRUGS & CHEMICALS.

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A FEW HINTS ON POULTRY FEEDING, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

A FEW HINTS JON POULTRY FEEDING, &c. Morning meal as early as possible. PoUard mixed with hot water dry and crumbly, so as to break all up when thrown into trough or on board. Put one teaspooful of steamed and nicely ground bonedust to the pollard for every fowl twice, or three times weekly. Scrap* potato skins, turnips, pumkins, &c, very pood mixed with iho a pollard after being cooked well. Give a little bran also with the pollard about once a week. A good fond is finely grouad oat*,oia good plump quality, with as little husk as possible, instead of pollard. Barley meal is also very good. ' .1 Mid-day. — Birds at large want nothing. BirSs penned must have good green stuff every day. Cabbage' aud(lettuce best, Green grass cut fine very good. Evening t meals. — Summer time good clean wheat best ; a change about once or twice a week good ; hence, give plum// barley without beards, or mammoth rye. Jn, cold weather small com best. IE large corn, it must be/ cracked, not...

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

MR. NAYLOR, Pianoforte Tuner, OF SYDNEY, Purposes visiting Bathurst about loth September, instant, orders may be left with Mr. JONES, Stationer, William- street.

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Our Sydney Letter. 9th September, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

®ur gtgdneg Stftyr. Pfrom our own correspondent, j 9th September, 1885. The '* Talk o*th' Hill ' session has made a start that must really have gladdened the hearts of the Press prophets who had so dogmatically asserted that this session of our House of Assembly would supersede all previous efEorts of honourable members. The action of the Ministry, in bringing Sir Henry Parkes face to face with his Tenterfield retiring address, on the occasion of his entry again into the presence of those whom he had maligned, was a gn at dcat more ingenious and smart than prudent. Although they carried tiheir resolution condemning his words, the old Parliamentary soldier was evidently too much a master of political manoeuvres for them, and in the end not only defied but defeated them. Sir Alex ander evidently caught not only ft crab,f,but a tartar ! Some of my readers may wonder where I secured what I venture to think will not be an unapt title for this session. Down amongst the dingy, smoky hills ...

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

~G. SMITH & CO., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and! GASFITTERS. TANKS. TANKS. TANKS made to order at lowest prices ; GUTTER found and fixed ; RIDGE CAPPING ; all kinds of TIN goods in stock and made to order. PLUMBING in all its branches ; HOT and COLD WATER ARRANGEMENTS a special feature. ALL SORTS OF GASFITTiNGS, Stop Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers. Brackets ; ALBO CAKBON Clusters supplied and fixed. All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones found and fixed. GEORGE SMITH & CO., LOWER WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. MUGRIDGE BROS., IAH SAW MILLS JUD NUB! ) WORKS, j Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. | TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, I All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, SasheB, j Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes, j Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. | White Bricks, Moulded Brioks, Paving Tiles, j Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. I LIME, CJffiMENT, PLASTER. j GALVANIZED IRON. J FlREWOOD~AND COAL, j Tenders given for BUILDINGS and al...

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

Assay Office, HUDSON BROTHERS' TIMBER YABl 0 BATHURST, I bkg to announce that I hare removed from Brown** Creek and have fitted an Assay Office at the above addrea, Sp^rtri.best appliances aud apparatus, and am Dreuaral to Assav or Analyze any samples of Ores, Eat £nuS£-toc, forward to me, at the following fees : — ? ? . *-, - o,re8, hua *r^&: ?$£ 'f T II » -f , For Gold and Silver '' ' »' together 10s. „ » Assay of Ores, Mineral ? *5;'SLSSS otlu* Metal of which «*° pewentage is given * «...« ? 1U8- » ' Analysis of 6^'Mtaab,\ ^~?™ f t Metal of which the pe. TCentHffe 1S 1Os given ? ? JJf ' * Assays of Bullion ? ' ? lUB- ' ' Samples of any Ores can be forwa. *£ ^half°SouS, part of the colonies at the rate of ,idt Kjto ^ for which is sufficient for a correct assay. Correct assay warded by Post Office Order or in stamps X? guaranteed and the result promptly forwardt. 'nantities, (rt)ld and Silver smelted, and bought in any qv Yours faithfully, WILLIAM F. ROBERTS CCrVfiictotrfa....

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

Permanent Whitewash. — Slack half a bushdl of fresh lime with boiling water, covering it to retain the steam. Strain through a fine sieve, add 7H-Vof salt, prieviously dissolved in warm water, ground rice boiled to a paste and stirred in boiling hot; Jib of powdered Spanish whiting ; lib of clean glue, previously dissolved. Add 5 galls, hot water to the mixture, stir well then let it stand a few days |^D tected from dust and dirt. Apply hot. A qttafl|pf this mixture will more than cover s square -rjflgR* Colouring matter may be used to produce ,|pp desired shade. # ;, T Young man, don't let me hear you laug^in^^t a woman again because she can't sharpen a pe^cjl. When you want something in that line ^mg1 ai, just contemplate a man cutting out a Plp^ pattern with a pair of scissors, but the united fi^pp of his right hand, lower jaw, and two-thirds of pie tongue. f =;;';?' The hard times are telling even on the dress makers. Worth, of Paris, offers to furnish an entire bridal outfit as...

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BATHURST EXHIBITS AT SYDNEY AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

BATHURST EXHIBITS AT SYDNEY AGRICULTURAL SHOW. We are pleased to observe that Bathurst exhibitors have been successful in securing a number of prizes at the Agricultural Show held last week in Sydney. As the Various winner* deserve congratulation for their success, wo have pleasure in appending a list tS flift AWArrifi :— Id the Poultry section, birds from Mr. W. H. Webb's yard obtained 9 prizes out of 31 exhibits, as follows : Maiayp, 1st ; British Cock, 1st ; British Game Duckwing Cock and Hen, 1st ; Colonial Game Black Bed Cock, 1st ; Hamburgs, golden pencilled,- Cock and Hen, 1st ; Houdans, Cock and Hen, 2nd. Pigeons, Beards, 1st ; Antwerp Blue Chequrrcd, 2nd ; Fantailsr white, 2nd. In the Sheep section, prizes were as follows : Heavy Combing Merino — Ram, 2 years and under three, Messrs. G. & H. Suttor, Brucsdale, 1st; Ewe, 1 year aud under 2, Messrs. Q. and H. Suttor, 1st ; Fine Combing Merino — Earn, two years and under ' three Mr. F* B. Suttor, 1st. Special prize of ...

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1885

GAS LIGHTING OF THE FUTURE. KENT'S PATENT ALBO-CARBON BURNERS AND CLUSTERS SUPPLIED AND FIXED. vjjviwiuiiy Also, CHANDELIERS and BRACKETS (all Descriptions). A GOOD ASSORTMENT of GAS GLOBES and SAUCERS to choose from. * «J A Y E «teT~jplBfc1JE8 'ES HOC Jk. KT, LICENSED GASFITTERS, ? GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. SPRING ! siP«I»TC3-7 s~PR! I N G ! A S this Season of the year opens in all its fullness and splendour, we begin to feel that it is tirre to look about for something to wear. At ES. WEBB SZ, CJO.'S (the western warehouse) YOU WILL SEE THE EXACT THING YOU WANT. Is now replete with all the NEWEST MATERIALS manufactured in the English and Continental markets. j SPECIALITIES are tue New Combination Costumes, plain and fancy, to match ; an 1 there being only one of these, Ladies need have no fear of i them becoming common. j Our Home Agent has beon unusually successful this season in getting the PICK OF THE MARKETS, and by every mail we are receiving FRESH NOVELTIES, which are really ...

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

TUESDAY, SEPTu-BCBER 15, 1885.

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

B ? 4* 1B I 8| m n 3 p.

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