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

WILLIAMS BROS, j PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, (By Examination Great Bbitain), j HOWICK STREET, BATHURST, I And 257 King-street, Newtown, Sydney, j BEG to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst and the! surrounding district that they have I PURCHASED MR. J. B. LADGHTON'S BUSINESS I OF CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, J carried on at the above address, and respectfully solicit! their patronage and support. I Having had many years' experience in such well-know*'! firms as Messrs. Savory and Moore (Chemists to tUJJ Queen) and Roberts and Co. (Chemists to the Prince aw| Princess of Wales), and other Leading English mm Colonial Firms, will be sufficient guarantee that all M PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY RECIPES J entrusted to their care will be :i*l FAITHFULLY AND ACCURATELY PREPARED! with the m PUREST '.DRUGS & OHEMIOALS. jl

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Our Sydney Letter. 9th October, 1885, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1885

©ur ^ndneu $$tto\ [from our own correspondent.! 9th October, 1885, The city has been all astir during the past month, and has watched with awakened interest the rapid march of events across the political platform ; and here, at any rate, there seems a strong full-tide feeling in favour of men ' With head, heart, hand, like some of the Simple great ones, gone for ever and ever by.' But so rottou and unreal does this thirst for power, place, and gain make men that those whom we look upon as good, high-principled men shrink from offering themselves for the should be honorable position of M. L. A.: whether it be that they fear the 'pangs of office,' or are afraid ' evil commu nications will corrupt good manners,' it is impossible to say. However that may be, there is in this general election no need for axe-grind ing ; there is no great burning question before the constituencies, and we may safely teach our would be legislators that we believe that ' righteousness exalteth a nation.' ' ...

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

HARVESTING IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. E. WKBB & CO. desire thus early to draw the attention -f Farmers and others to the varied assortment of all lescriptions of Machinery, suitable for the coming mrvesU They have, given particular attention to this lepartment, and can safely assure their numerous farming P friends and constituents, that in all machines, they supply the very best of the respective classes. During the past few seasons, having entered so largely Into the machinery business, they have taken particular note of the requirements of the district, and with this bject in view, have had machines made and altered to , their own specifications, from suggestions gained from time to time by practical experience in the field. To Farmers, the experience thus gained is iu valuable, as they are thereby enabled to purchase a machine much more suitable to iheir requirements than the many- machineB sent out to the colony, made on the same models as those used in the English count...

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

j Wf^^^gS^^^SBjlIt^ T' y' b^^^^WHILST thanking my friends and ilJHy ^/^MBSBBg\^ !^^HvT /?W l^^H^CS*/'1 general public for the liberal share iW^/maBEK&^hi i^^Z^K/r^^ of the Christmas card trade ilffl 3^/MTOBP*P^/f S ^ \^ extended to me in former years, I have pleasure in ym\ T W$^cttfl^ Z^^£&gmBB&^ . announcing that, encouraged by past success, I have l&k^^ /tf/l/3 L*^0£^r^jF^r^&~\ this year secured, from the justly celebrated house of km (^ H/ ^j^^jwBSiHk^ ^ hmM9 ^*^ R- TUCK £- SONS, a larger, more choice, and -PR^ igfiiillf^^H^^BBl^WhB^SBF^^11^'''''^ Z-cY/t1/' assorted stock than anything yet offered by me. -M^j^^^^^^^^HMrtOj^BBp^T^ 77«:stf £oWs -?«? expected to arrive early next month, when they f^ RAPH^filnK H^ONS ^i^^B A nice lot of ALB UMS , Prayer and Hymn Books, Poetical ^^^BkSbBSH/KKI^S^B^ 7 Works, &c. (to be still further augmented) suitable for presents * s V i^TO ***5^§jj*LY IH ^- It is not necessary greatly to advertise the...

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The following prices are for Net Cash paid over the counter at the time of purchase. A slight advance will be made on these prices if entered. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1885

^- The following prices are for Net Cash paid over the counter at the time of purchase. A slight advance will be made on these prices if entered. s. a. | Acid, Tartaric ? 2 7£ per lb. Apples, prime dried ? 0 8 „ Arrowroot ? .'. ? 0 G£ „ Baking Powder, our own 0 4£ per tin Barley, Pearl ? 0 S\ per lb. Blacking, Day & Martin's © 4£ per hot. Blacking, Paste, best ? 0 5£ per doz. 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 7 ,, Jj«» ? 1 0 „ »toe, square ? „ 0 10J „ s. d. Canary Seed, 4d lb ; 14-lfc lots 3£ per lb. Corn Flour ? 0 %\ „ Camphor ? 2 6 „ Candles, 5 medal, full wt. 0 9 „ „ Moulds ? 0 5 „ Chocolate, best soluble ... 16 „ Cloves, best ground ? 2 3 „ Cigars,100 in box, vy. good 12 0 Cocoa, Fry's ? 17 „ Coooatina, best ? 1 7£ per tin Coffee, pure fresh ground 1 9 per lb. Candied Peel ? 10 „ Currants ? 0 6 „ Epsom Salts ? 2 3 per box Figs, in Mb boxes ? 10 ...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXII. IN THE LION'S DEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXII, %M THE UOM*a DBH. The doctor wyrs it is uriy in the season for the circus crop to come up, but there is one coming next Friday. He has given me fifty cents to go in on. The doctor is a bul— golly good brother. Bully is vulgar ; it is all right when you are playing marbles, but not in a diry. I am learning pretty fast now day* j I study the circus bills to learn now to spell. Sometimes it makes me late, but they are more interesting than the second reader. I can spell ' akrobat,' ' summer sault,' and sevral more long words of whitch I was igrant last week. I think if teachers would have circus posters instid of readers, their ^collars would learn faster. It is a combination circus and mennajury. As the bills say, children can study nachural history in all its wonder ful varieties of animuls, an advises teachers an parents to give them a holly-day. To-day I stood up to do a sum in division on the blackbord ; the scollars begun to giggle, and the teache...

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

'l6 Gdih»' «-» a Dwrnn SM.-Bot often 'SQlta* art Oo3L One beautiful dinner set r° ^J:! ^ 1AQ »;«-»« each hand painted, and no Slid Ssortment of dinner sets now on mr at IS's at mnch under Sydney prices. Among fcose that are the most unique n style is one mLkeTat £16 16s, for one hundred and eeren rim ?» £7 7s. dolour of ground, m-ry ; p.ttem, EuwTw* &e. ; and the dmner Bete .t £6 m %i, oontotaing fifty-one pieees arc amply bewtifu : Sround ivory i patterns, A''' ?* friZfe- Colours, morone and blue. Glass £$&$&?&$ Fw'*. OvBE.-In aU «ces there .s competi t,o£ Sometimes there is a great tussel [ tc - P«' throniA wMlc at others the winner comes off easily, £ Uthe cW*ith Webb's in the^dress departmen . NoXrXp in town can touch them :-Besolt, very busy in that department. . S out for a bit too, and between 'em there wiU be ^Turkey in Europe soon, but there will be InJ of VI The Russian leather boots at Webb's would Sem(ia) you to walk to Roumeha and Bulgari...

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

The Bathurst Pharmacy. J. L. ALEXANDER, djtattist and $tnM, (Registered in London), Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING EOYAL HOTEL), BATHURST. TTOSIERY DEPARTMENT.—Our Hosiery -?- ?*? and Glove Department is now replete with the Newest and Most Fashionable Goods for the present season. In the GLOVE Department we have all the newest shades— in Silk, Taffeta, aud Lisle Thread, to match the now Dress Materials. Also, a large assortment of KID GLOVES, in Tans, Drabs, Dark and Light Colors, with Pataut Clasps, Fasteners, and Buttons. E. WEBB & CO. In the HOSIERY Department will be found all the newest Goods, suitable for SUMMER WEAR, in Ladies' and Children's plain and stylish Cotton and Lisle Thread Hose. . Also, a large assortment of Plain and | Hose and Socks. E. WEBB & CO. JUST TO HAND, a large stock ol HANDKERCHIEFS, comprising — Hemstitched, in white and coloured borders. Also, a large assortment of ...

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

FfiF & SON'S C00OA is the best. FBY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. WBJ & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious beaverage. FRY & SGN'S BOCK COCOA. FRY k SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt. FRY 4c SON'S CHOCOLATE. FBY & SOrS BATING CHOCOLATE. e FBY &*SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. FRY & SON'S FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATE. FBY k SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM BALLS. FBY & SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM HOLLS. E. WEBB~& CO., BAXHUBST AGENTS. GEORGE SMITH, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. All kinds of Jobbing Work done. ESTIMATES GIVEN. DURHAM STREET, BATHURST. UR BOYS' and YOUTHS' SUITS are very suitable for the season, and are of serviceable materials. E. WEBB & CO. MEN'S TWEED SUITS— 19s lid, 22s 6d, 34s 6d, 46s 6d, 51s (id, 56s 6d. E. WEBB & CO. I MEN'S WORSTED SAC SUITS— 33s 6d, 35s M, 4-is (id, 54s 6d, and 60s. . MEN'S WORSTED SAC COATS— 20s, 25s 6d. BLUE DIAGONAL SAC. CO ATS, new and fash...

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

JAMES W. SMITH, PRACTICAL ' Chronometer, Natch and Clock laker, Jeweller, k (NHCT Me. W. H. PAUL'S), WII^IAM-STRKHT, BATHURST, DESIRES to notify that, having made considerable alterations to his premises, and added largely to bis already welMeUctad stock, he is now in a position to sell WATCHES and JEWELLERY of ail description* at SYDNEY PRICES. A speciality is made of WALTHAM WATCHES, which for timekeeping, durability, aud workmanship coinbiDed, cannot be surpassed by any patent in the world. A large and varied stock is also kept of ENGLISH LEVER and GENEVA WATCHES. J. W. S. is well known in Bathurst and surrounding district as a competent workman, and he can gnarantee that all repairs entrusted to his care will be promptly and skilfully executed. London Hall-marked Gold and Silver Jewellery. ALL QOODB MARKED IN PLAIN PIGDBBS. JAMES W. SMITH, William-street, Batbitirst.

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

ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! Messes. E. WEBB & 00. BEG to inform their customers and the public generally that they have JUST RECEIVED LARGE SHIPMENTS of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, CONSISTING OF The Newest Designs and Materials in Tweeds, Worsted Coatings, Trouserings, Twills, and Fancy Vestings, From the most eminent English, Scotch, French, and German Manufacturers, and having secured the services of a (RECENTLY FROM ENGLAND) Can now Guarantee a PERFECT KIT and th.e Latest Style. Also, the Latest Novelties in SCARFS, TIES, and GENTLEMEN'S MERCERY, &c, of which they have the largest and best-assorted stock out of Sydney. They beg to call especial attention to their REGATTA : nd OXFORD SHIRTS, which are -f unusual value and variety. Also, Umbrellas, Hats, &c-, -fce,, o£ which they hold an immense stock. SILKS! SILKS! SILKS! E. WEBB & CO. Being supplied by our Agents with all the latest NOVELTIES demanded by the changing Seasons and Fashions, we feel con...

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COBAR. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1885

C O B A R. Friday. Dear Roger,— As I was obliged to finish abruptly last time, I had to omit many particulars, which may be interesting to you, so will attempt a further description of the town and district, in this epistle. First, — I would remark that the change in the Ministry could not have occurred at a worse time for Cobar, as it has blighted all immediate prospect of a railway, and much disappointment is felt thereat in all circles. Not the least benefit it could confer on the township, would be a regular time ; at present there is none. The telegraph has one time, the mine another, and the great Catholic bell chimes a third — in fact, every institution seems to possess a time of its own, and all are different, to that of the sun-dial ; so it is difficult to judge what really is the hour of the, day. To obviate this difficulty, when services arc to be held at the various churches, a great many bells are rung, and as the different members know their own bell, there is every op...

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

®he lathurst §0!it THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1885. The Western Independent right once more. The Bathurst Post right again I We should say that about the most difficult thing for any man to do, would be to prognosticate coming events with any decree of certainty. No sane man would ever pretend to do so at all times. But it happens, that some persons hare sufficient foresight to be able to put forth a very decent ' caste ' of what might be expected from a set of men formed together to govern the country. The Western Independent once said that the Bathurst Post frequently foreshadowed events with great accuracy. This is true, and no case is a stronger proof of the veracity of the state ment than that of the actions of our Stuart-Dalley Government. The Bathurst Post condemned this Government from the very first, and was very nearly being banished from existence for some of the warm remarks that appeared in its columns. The following is an exact copy of the first paragraph in our leader of J...

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

LOO^K ! For First-class Work IN GLASS ADO SIGN WRITING, JStc. A. GARTRELL, GEORGE-STREET, WHiST, NEXT SMITH BROS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

The great Junius said he never knew a rogue who was not unhappy. Of course not: it is the rogues who are sot known who are the happy ones. BOYS' HOLLAND SUITS, from 2s 6d. Soys' Fancy Drill Suits, from 2s 6d. Boys' Tweed Knicker Suits, from 8s 6d. Boy's Tweed Sac Suits, without vest — just the thing for summer wear, from 10s lid. Boys' Blue Estamene Serge, from 10s lid. Boys' Tweed Sac Suits, 3 garments complete, good and serviceable, from IBs lid. Youths' Tweed Sac Suits, from 18s 6d. Boys' Drab Duck Patrol Jackets, from 4s 3d. Youths' ditto ditto from 5s. Youths' White ditto from 5s 6d. Boys' and Youths' Silk Sacks, from 9s 6d. Men's Tweed Trousers, at 7s 6d and 7s lid — ex- ceptional lines, wonderful value, and NEW GOODS. Me i's White Duck Patrol Sacs, 6s 9d and 10s 6d. Men's Drab ditto ditto 5s 6d and 10s 6d. Some Wonderful bargains in Trousers and Vests to match, commencing at 6s lid. Men's Tweed Sac Suits 19s 6d and 21s 6d. Men's Tweed Sac Suits, extra well out and finished, 2...

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THE DROUGHT AND FLOODS. [To the Editor of the Herald.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

THE DROUGHT AND FLOODS. {To the Editor qf the Ifcrald.l Sib,— Amongst the many strange things told us lately in connection with the drought are the extraordinary efforts put forth by the blacks in various parts of Australia to pre pare for a wet season. At our station, Durable, on the Bokaira and Biree rivers, the whole of the males arc busy entraired in conatruetine canoes, and as far aa they can powibly do, are laying in stocks of provisions. When asked what Is meant by these preparations, they say, ' Big fellow flood come along directly, swim everywhere.' J see by telegraph this morning the binds at Bourke are making similar preparations, But one of the most remarkable things telling us there must be some widespread belief in heavy weather coming to us soon, is, as our manager at Tovrnsville informs us, that all the native tribes around there have removed their mia-mias (dwellings) from the low ground up on to the hills, and the whole of them are especially industrious in collect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

JAYE & FREEMAN'S E^tebli^bed 1885. -HtfcHYE fflfl) LET IiIYE**- fetalligiied 1885. TIN, ZIN6, AND I^O^J WORKS, CORNER OF GEORGE AND HO WICK STREETS. HAi»rAOT»MsrgH||E|j|i BICYCLE 0EFflr°AS PITTMB tinware, £8 cash , -.ah. £8 cash .^ST. TANKS, BATHS, 50-inch. l^mmSi^ 50-inch. WINDMILLS AND TANKS CISTBEN8, 5* » ^^ffl^Hk S ' SUPPLIED AKD FtXBD. COLONIAL OVENS, ~~ -^ MIl^l!. 5JL^- electric bell fitters. f I Arrangement can be made for a small deposit and a few shillings per week, LAMPS, SUNLIGHTS, Bloyole Pltttag8 „„ ^ ^'stow. HEPAIES WeU Done. ^Oo-^^Ourrugatedte.n. nwmu. U ME & FREEMAN, CEBRCeTJWICK STREETS, BATWUBST. J «™'*«*«*™. DEP6T for Galvanized Iron, Gutter, Ridging and Pipe. Corrugated Tanks, and Iron Curved to any Gauge, to order, for ROOFS, VERANDAHS, &C. A large stock of Gasfittings, Chandeliers, &c., &c., on hand. Electf^ic Bells, Indicators, and Pushes Supplied and Fixed. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TINWARE IMPORTERS. TRADE CATALOGUE- LIBERA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

^^^™^^^wi^Tr?fir7i/?^T^^^i^ i i !,ri ? ?--!— -' — *-''- T^^^^^^TTS^^^rT^— ???????? — — — deDBrtment,rand qan^afely assure their numerous farming friapHiicl WWf jJ^Pm^'H11 4'1 mftchincs, they jSBgply-. During the past lew seasons,' having entered so largely into the machinetjL business, Jtbsjr haj&^tatan ^particular note of the re-juirgnen|ft yf^tlie' dptrick afedj^vitli thi6 object in view,ifave hajriiiacuUies tnadelaisy awred to their own sgecuutfftiafts, iroj^ sigglt&fos Jain¥l from time to timer by practical experience in the field. To F^rmer«r*he^|xpene (ca thttigaiped is invftluftMe,'tfls' they stfitaole to \heir requirements than the many machines Bent out to the colony, made on the same models as; $idse used in the, English ^countries, and which arc in many iae^njcj tptjlly lunsiiitalfle for thisTdiatricfc. ? Farmers would do well to bear this in mind when deciding ou fa machine, and ta c enre they do not purchase what will be to them a source , of everlasting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

? 1 — n — it- -nr - - ' ' ?? ' *--'*? « v y_ PRf & SON'S 3000A Is WBesC ~— ZEZi'ZSS? E^2ING CHOCOLATE, PRY & ;-J3OHf*8 ^^caocOL^^M^IptJtS;^ ;* c WASHWC_ f LUID. p/ i 5f EBB & CO. are pleased to state that since *?*? introducing The ' Shield 'V Washing Fluid, they have: received . ntotferdus- TESTIMO- NIALS as to its efficacy «nd getiel-al eiccellence| a few of which they append* .-?'.-, , 'mA e« v- nr ui !xti 'Sy^wy, Oo*ob«B,'J8a5. Messrs. E. Webb and Co. Gentlemen,— We haye pleasure in statihg the unqualified if procurable we shall never be without it as not only iB the labour saved, but the purchase money is repaid in the gain to our wood; and^coal -heap. - The clothes were re pbrted to be whiter than from the wfcnerw&murc f hands ?if Qe± ^mJ^nnir^U md the results are» as « whole, wo^rful. roars My, - John Shorter and Co. . « s. -? ?? i I !, x-L — *r w w ,'/. .- Pee}, Octpber, 1885. Messrs. E. Webb and Co. .' {a Dear Sirs,— In common with others I h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

Th* result of the General Elections has been a surprise to some persons, ns a matter of course. Out Bathurst Farmers' Union was particularly unfortunate in its choice, as in every instance its men were defeated. It would seem, from what we can learn, that the Union decided on putting Mr. Meagher in for Bathurst, Mr. Fitzpatrick for West Mj^Viwne, and Mr. Hughes for East Macquarie. ifirom lit. Hughes' letter to the Union, which was published a few days since in the Bathurst Times, it would seem that that gentleman was disgusted with the way he was treated. Being their man, he natu rally expected active support from the Union. Instead of this, the secretary of the Union, so he declared, actually supported one of his (Mr. Hughes') opponents. This ceitainly was a case of ' a house divided against itself.' Mr, Hughes grew so warm in his letter, that the secretary ' thought it should never have been read at the meeeing.' Mr. Fitepatrick, for West Macquarie, was actively supported by his o...

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