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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

thO B A B. |-»OM Odt OW*. CORfc^l'OtfDBNT, | ^eb* iaM mu& d^p| %4pobai pm, t^ sjpr gtts uf- ftad thi iua^esfeoTTfi, V'toocljan^ahiy. bright' »n^«ta^elessfyjbc^^ though I -often it threatens tKe rain comes not. A duet sxorm rises aod^coojs ^he air, for a day or two, spite the sun's bright glare, then slowly ihe heat resumes its sway j (the oast, in truth; is nevei away— sometimes it forms into columns high, stretching far upwards from earth io ,aky, \ these' ** t)6oroomitfr gas *f whirl Jhrough the town, leaving their victims to sigh— or frown. The ^ean?et is glorious to behold. He seems to «nfc Jn^a , sea pf gold— with dondd for islands, and boats, and trees; which shadows 'tash in 4.ke^niap.#Ms. ^^ffipab-fringed; rise, on ejirth, is M^l&nlCflja&d Wfcfr§l cioi|^ ? t^N ^ff jj%^ flank .where shining surges dash up their spray with' 4 gjftfer/f fiifh takes jthfe kigtit away; WySnd^l^si the glassy sea, at rest with a ripple upon its breast',] ♦blfe wmkere * ire f...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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THE PROPOSAL TO COMPENSATE PUBLICANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

THE PROPOSAL TO COMPENSATE PUBLICANS. A length? letter appears in the Daily Telegraph of the 9th instant, signed ' Edward J. H. Knapp, Hon. Sec. of the Central Committee of the New South Wales Local Option League,' which is dead against compensation to publicans, should the people close their bars. It is the more important, when we know from the commencement of the letter that the ' reasons ' are given as from the committee, the cumulative weight of the question they consider to be very great. A few of the reasons are : — 'Compensation to publicans is without prece dent.' This is a very poor ' reason M indeed to be given by such men as the N. S. W. Local Option League. In other wor»?s, tbat means that all wrongs that have continued from the time of Adam and Eve to the present, must remain wrongs for ever, because in no one instance were they put right. Ditto with all wrongs that have come into existence since tha*. time. If all things were to be dealt with on this footing, progress ...

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

Christmair^oveltresT— Several treraenaous vwIlBnPBfs TfTmiCI UO WOU w 'JCoIllIIlc vHCWy mo among them *re some startling things. Novelties A bmmiifi^f VISIT FOB ^ Novelties \\\ READ the FIRST LIST^Wfc^tt he ^stip plemented in the daily papers, , Greatest success out ! — the Bamboo Furniture, as Imported direct by E. Webb & Oo. Uturaiftaised in the colony t The beet of thi# shipment is ; $ifct every article you inspect charms you, being so beautiful, and to add to this is the fact that every article is useful, s. d. Japanese Bamboo Music Racks ... 12 6 Gems. Japanese Bamboo Music Backs .., 15 fi Superb. Japenese Bamboo Card Tables ... H 5 6 Whist. Sapanese Bamboo Fire Screens ... 37 6 Nap. Japanese Bamboo Mirror Brackets 29 6 Loo(k). Japaness Bamboo do ... 32 6 Japanese Bamboo and G laces Corner Brackets ? $S 6 Japanese Bamboo Shelves ... #9 6 : \ Japanese Bamboo do ... i,. 20 0 '? J JapaneseBarabooGardinereJStands 28 6 1 For Colcman's JapaneseBambooGardinete Stands 68 6) pla...

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

HARVESTING IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. E. WEBB & CO. desire to draw the attention o£ Farmers and others to the varied assortment of all descriptions of Machinery, writable for the coming harvest. They have given particular aUcittio?i to this department, and can safely assure tlxir numerous fanning friends and constituents, that in all machines, th^y 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 object 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 Fanners, the experie ce thus gained is invaluable, as they are thereby enabled to purchase a machine much more suitable to Uieir requirements than I he many machines sent out to the colony, made on the same models as those used in the English commits, and which...

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

Remnant Destmbti&t* ! REMNANT DESTRUCTION, FOR THE CHRISTMAS TIME. An enormous quantity of Remnants already marked up at Reduced Prices, arc now being all but given away. 6s. in Every Pound spent actually returned to the Purohaser. Please Remember that the.-e goods are Sound and not Damaged. A Job Lot of Summer Dress, Among which are many Nun's Veilings. These goods are usually sold at Is l£d, Is 3d, Is 4£d, and Is 7Jd. To make a Smart Clearance, and save numerous prices, the WHOLE LOT ARE NOW MARKED Ojd per yard. A Purse Opener.— 25 inch Sky Blue Oatmeal Cloth, slightly faded. Price, only Is lid the dozen yards. 31 INCH SELF-COLORED Striped Cotton Dress, usually 12s per dozen yards, now only 4s 9d the doaen yards. This Sort of Thing Cannot Last Long, So those who WANT, had best secure at oaoe, to save disappointment. :t WEBB & CO., Bathurst. DEMNANT8 OF DRES® ;-'-000mj-I*. in 1.V the £ returned to every c^ptniej:1)»jr.ing fr&n a laixe assortment, rnarlred io...

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

Christmas Novelties. — Several tremendous eases of new goods have just come in for 13. Webb *nd Oo, for sale during Christmas time. Intending purchasers would do well to wait until these are shewn as among them are some startling things. JPg R;oinjd Once MORE! Novelties Abounding! VISIT E. WEBB & CO.'S 1 FOR | Novelties ! ! READ the FIEST LIST, which will be sup plemented in the daily papers. Greatest success out 1 — the Bamboo Furniture, as imported direct by E. Webb & Co. Unsurpassed in the colony 1 The best of tills shipment is that every article you inspect charms you, being so beautiful, and to add to this is the fact that every article is useful. s. d. Japanese Bamboo Music Racks ... 12 6 Gems. Jadauese Bamboo Music Backs ... 15 0 Superb. Japanese Bamboo Card Tables ... 55 fl Whist. Sapanese Bamboo Fire Screens ... 37 6 Nap. Japanese Bamboo Mirror Brackets 29 6 Loo(k). [ Japanese Bamboo -io ... 32 6 i Japanese Bamboo and 0 laces Corner Brackets ? S3 6 Japanese ...

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HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

HORSES. Breed from mature animals, — 'Maturity in breeding Btodk is indispensable (says the Pictorial Cyclopedia q! live stock), since it is futile to expect tptet the best development from animals unde Te)oj-ed themselves. We believe the weediness of many thoroughbreds, which means want of develop ment and lack of constitutional vigor, to be the ?result, in part, of too early and fast work, and also Of breeding their parents while yet too young, or after they were broken down for service on the turf. To get the highest excellence in the offspring we must have the highest development in the parents. Degeneration will surely result, if we breed from unmature or broken down animals. Another im portant requisite is, that the sire be given plenty of exercise during the season of service, and after that, and until the next season begins, he should have constant work, except for a period of rest with a run on the grass immediately after the service season. The mare also should not be idle...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Our Sydney Letter. December 10, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

«ur £ gdtwj 3fyttyr, [from our own correspondent. I December 10, 1885. As the old year is ' closing in upon us, we get the news of the departure of our late Governor from Australia's shores, and the due arrival of his suc cessor — thus 'the old order giveth place to the new.' Before this is in my readers' hands, Lord and Lady Carrington and suite will have had their first impressions of Sydney and its people, and we ttust there will be mutual gratification. Never has » Governor for these colonies been preceded by such recommendations, by such glowing eulogies, by such farewell banquetting, or by so many kindly wishes Iron) Royalty down to farmers' boys in the old land, aor by so many goodly hopes and high expectations on our own side. Judging by his replies to the Press representatives who interviewed him in Adelaide, with the usual round of pertinent an im pertinent queries, his diplomatic education has not been neglected, and by the same line of reasoning, taking into account his ...

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

TO YOU A.LrI*:! ; AS we are not in the habit of sticking on the prices to our friends, We are unable to give Presents at X^aa^o ^frpff j#o «# ^Iff8^'^^* they tnay get free of charge. Such a system of trading has lon$ since been pronounced iotten by alPng&Uninll^lHUns wh^b«iiyi&|payin^aeir way and netting good value for their money. , , , . ,*, ...... ^. . . . ? , *,. , , ,, , J\ OUR WABEHOiJSE is only a moderate-size one— just large enough for the convenience of our customers' ;.1»fci,- tilings can be tPjgLi-%n «nted, aiuHhe^ubllc arenottoW that they have been mislaid in some outlandish part of thepremises. ? ?? \ ^^ ;^ ODRN3TGCK4s not-monstrous- Wts Relieve in having our goods arrive fresh, and in selling them fresh. \We\-io n^hlopk 4p o\ip Bj^ft* iri%ler*Q lots of stale auction stuff that the original importers are ashamed to sell in their own name, but seek the screen ^-f the auction room. ?-???*» * * ??? Last Xmas we published an extraordinary. This time we do th...

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

Stubborn Dibbs may yet carry his Ministry further. A third party is being formed in the House. This is sure to help Dibbs immensely, as it y must of necessity weaken the Parkes-ltoberfcson v coalition. & The Evening News of the 10th instant says that hu the * foot and mouth disease ' was very prevalent |in George-street, Sydney, on the 9th inst. Within i the space of 300 yards, eleven men were seen, neither I of whom could either walk or talk.' * ? ?

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

SlLKS! SILKS ! SILKS! V? E. WEBB & CO. 'Being supplied by our Agents with all the latest NOVELTIES demanded by the changing Seasons and Jfcsbions, we feel confident that we stand second to none in this department. Having a large and varied stock, replete with every possible kind and shade of Silk. A few of the leading lines are — Colored Merveilleaux Ottoman Broches Colored Shot Glace Shot Broches Combination Broches Hrocaded Satins ColOied Ottomans Velvet Broches Damasse Broche Rhadama Twill Silks New Tilootine Silks— Novelty. We are also clearing out a special line of Check Washing * Bilk6, suitable for Dust Cloaks or Dresses, at 12£d per. yd.» ' E. WEBrf & CO. : In BLACK SILKS and SATINS, we are determined to qiake a name for ourselves, and feel sure that ere long the n&me of E. WEBB & CO. will became a household word Amongst the ladies, as being the onl' warehouse where you can get Silks and Satius to be thoroughly relied on. la the following make...

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

JAMES W. SMITH, PRACTICAL ' Chronometer, Hatch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, k (Next Me. W. H. PAUL'S), WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST, DESIRES to notify that, having made considerable alterations to his premises, and added largely to bis already well-selected stock, be is now in a position to sell WATCHES and JEWELLERY of all descriptions at SIDNEY PEtCBS. A speciality is made of WALTHAM WATCHES, which for timekeeping, durability, and workmanship combined, cannot be surpassed by any patent in the world. A large and varied stock Is also kept of ENGLISH LEVEE and GENEVA WATCHES. X W. 8. is well known in Batburst and surrounding district as a competent workman, and he can guarantee that all repairs entrusted to his care will be promptly and skilfully executed. London Hall-marked Gold and Silver Jewellery. ALL QOOD8 MASKED JN PLAIN FIGURES. JAMES W. SMITH, William-street, Bathmrst. Wm §ailtttrssi §a%t SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1885.

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

CO R S E T -- direct from the best makers in the world — an im mense assortment ment to chose from. The cele brated French Car balto Corset, Dr Warner's flexible hip, Acme,.Queen, Thompson'sG love fitting, Gem, and a variety of other makes, too nu merous to men tion. E. WEBB& GO. DR. WARNER'S CORALINE CORSETS. One Million pairs already Sold. The large sale of Coraline has conclusively proved it superior to horn or whalebone. Its unbreak able nature strongly recommends it to Ladies who like pliable and comfortable Corsets consistent with shapeliness and support. A new pair will be given, with pleasure, in any case where the Coraline breaks with six months' ordinary wear. traoe'^SmaRK See each pair is stamped Dr. Warner. Price 3s. lid. to 2ls.f of all Drapers / T'\RESS DEPARTMENT.— We now ask your ??-^ particular attention to this department as very great care has been exercised in the choice of our MATERIALS for the season. We feel confident the selection will secure for itse...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXIII. HE IS DISINHERITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXIII. HE IS DISINHERITED. Unkel Samson is visiting to our house ; he is quite old and febul, and offul funny, ouly mamma says I mus not say he is funny, becoi he is ritch, an a ole bashlor, so raebbe he will leve little Georgie his muney if he his a good boy while his unkel is here. I kno wot I will do if he dies and leaves me his muney. I will buy the butcher's pony you bet ! I wish he would hurry up an die, for Bob's lather is tauking about buying the pony. He has a very bald spot all over his head, an he is that def you have to screme like a locomotiv whissle to make him here els you have to go close up to him an holler in a ere-trumpet. Our techer told us we had drams in our eres, but Unkel Samson has to have a trumpet cos his drums are wore out. It is small at one end, large at the uther, so I tauked in it a little before I went to scool. I said, ' Unkel, are you tite ?' He seemed cirprised. ' What do you mene, my son ?n said he. ' Cos Bess says you ...

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

3||| ^lMH^!/i/l/3 ^r^f^^^^Btt[r exten^€-* io im *n fonmv years, I have pleasure in liH 2-^4 Ql^ ^^^(^BBHBH^L ammmcing that, encouraged by past success, I have t^jM,y v^^^ll^T^^^^^^cZX ^*s -'dflr sccuv*d, from th-e justly celebrated house of ffi^-j£^H«B£» J-'^ W^^' ^Cif * S0Ar5' * ^'' w*« ****** ««* -db^|^BB^^mS^9HO|^H^^L iTAe goorfs a?r «ooy om t-^K/, fr//r/ as they are very choice, and ?g™^^^gB5^S^^SK^ beiH8 sold at low Prices' a sPeedy clearance is anticipated. StP- RAPHAEL TUCK OOHS ^%?# A nke lot of ALBUMS, Prayer and Hymn Books, Poetical ^{iSHHRHMHHnfBSflHpr T Works, &*c. (to he still furtJier augmented) suitable for presents 4 f^WBH^HUBHBIpKi^^H^ or ordinary use. ?sIVhAVE ARRIVED. 2^ It is not necessary greatly to advertise the PRINTING department - IjaKffiMpHMMMMMM*'^ of the business : that must speak for itself. But an increasing trade, * f USB^hIHHBPv^ toSe^ur w^ Mw l°n8 distances from which orders are received, is a ?*lllaB8HBWi)BSr^ gratifying proof that the publi...

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Our Sydney Letter. November 11. 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

©ur $ gdncg 3fyttyr. rFROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. I November 11/1885. The elections have not cleared up the question of rulers, and as far as at present can be ascertained, the power of overthrow lies in the hands of the Independents, who will now probably form a third party in the House. If this should be correct, we may have some lively times during the approaching session. The great mischief of a third party is that the coquetting to secure their vote is often carried so far as to amount to political immorality. At any rate, it is to be fervently hoped that these disturb ing elements will not be allowed to interfere with the rapid' progress of good and useful legislation, now urgently neeJed. The general opinion in the city is that the present Ministry will now have a chance given to them to show their capacities for useful administrative work ; and, in face of the tremendous odds that the Premier has so far fought against, it is conceded he deserves this — if it is for nothing b...

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

MANTLES! DOLMANS ! JACKETS : An IMMENSE STOCK to select from, ia all thf newest shapes, styles, and materials procurable, and a* remarkably low prices. Also, a large assortment of Ladies' DUST CLOAKS m China Silk, Beiges. Sicilian Lustres, and Check Washing Silks. B. WEBB & CO. MORE NEW MILLINERY.— E. WEBB and CO. have just opened another lot of Paris Hats and Bonnets. To say they are becoming, pretty and stylish, is scarcely enough. Green, in all shad* seems to be the prevailing colour. There is an endlef varietv of becoming shapes ia hats, Clouds, Aborin| \ Belmont, and Arcade are favourites. The ' Chie ' aflj ] ' Myosotis ' are exceedingly becoming to young ladtf* i or children ; they are trimmed with bands, midas, bo*- J sndasmall aigrette. Etamuie handkerchiefs or scarfs c»J | be artistically used as trimming. Straw Flowers an*1 a Tinsel are in great demand, | ^ ] Printed for the proprietors by OLYNDWE WBAI-AN, at hli I GeM*1 , i Printing Office, School of Arts Building...

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

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. 'VTOTICE is hereby given that the PARTNER -^ SHlt heretofore existing between JAMES GRIFFIN and JOHN McDONALD, Batchers, at Mitchell, Sunny Corner, has been DISSOLVED, in consequence of the failing health of Mr. Griffin. (Signed) J. GRIFFIN. Mitchell, November 9th, 1885. WILLIAMS BROS., PHASMACBtmCAl CHEHISTS, (By Examination Gbeat Britain), HOWIOK STREET, BATHURST, And 257 King-street, Newtown, Sydney, BEG to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst and the surrounding district that they have PURCHASED MR. J. R. LAUGHTON'S BUSINESS OF 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 Oo. (Chemists to the Prince and Princess of Wales), and other Leading English and Colonial Firms, will be sufficient guarantee that all PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY RECIPES entrusted to their care will...

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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

C 0 B A R. Since last month the thermometer has described every degree of temperature, ranging from 98 to 102 in the shade : the general average is 98 at noon. On Friday, 30th ult., it was 92 till midnight, which is a rare occurrence, the nights being generally cool, even when the heat is intense during the day. With the return of dry weather, the dust has resumed its former sway. On one occasion a dust storm swept across the surrounding plains, envelop ing the town like a fog for about two hours and a half, during which time, as every aperture had to be closed, the atmosphere indoors became intolerably hot and stifling. However, it was followed by a good fall of rain, which speedily effaced all traces of ' the Darling shower,' and left the air cool and clear for several days. The elections caused some excitement while they lasted ; nevertheless it was pleasing to witness the absence of drunkenness, so general a few years ago in this town. Then, such an occasion was followed by a we...

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

Boots and Shoes. — You all wear them. You must have them. You are continually buying them. Well, buy some of those at E. Webb and Co.'s. 6. d. Infants' strong leather elastic sides, sizes 4 and 5, at. . . 2 9 Children's „ „ „ „ in 6 to 9, at... 2 9 Girls* „ „ „ „ „ 10 to 13, at... 3 0 Maids' „ „ „ „ „ land 2. at... 4 6 Women's „ „ „ „ „ 8 to 7, at... 5 6 Boys' „ „ „ „ „ 10 to 13, at... 4 6 Youths' „ „ „ „ „ ltoU.. Men's ,. „ ^,, „ „ 5 to 10, at... 6 11 Boye' strong and superior bluchers, nailed, 10 to 18, at ft 6 Youths' „' „ „ 1 to 4, at... 4 9 Men's ? „ „ „ ,,5 to 10, at... 5 6 Men's - omraon bluchers, nailed or plain, 5 to 10, at... 3 11 pofflP^Si&coTs CELEBRATED CORN FLOUR - IS ONE OF THE MOST DELIGHTFUL PREPARATIONS FOR FOOD IN THE WORLD. TT was awarded First Prize at the Inter * national Exhibition, Sydney, 1880 ; and ? Gold Medal at tho Calcutta Exhibition, 1884. Sold by all Grocers and Storekeepers in Pound and Half-pound Packets. John Wade & Co.'s CORN FLOUR...

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