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HUNTER RIVER GOSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

HUNTER RIVER GOSIP. [from our own correspondent.] Your Maitland correspondent iwtcd the small note in your October number, but &b he was not favoured with a copy of the previous issue he thought you had a few notes of his on hand. He thinks in a lormer letter he promised a more detailed account of the city of Maitland. It may interest some of your readers to know that Maitland — taking East and West together — is quite a large place. Not having statistics at hand, I cannot say what our population is, but at a rough guess perhaps from 6000 to 8000 people. East Maitland is the Government town, and is laid out on the gridiron pattern, occupying a high and salubrious position. In East Maitland are most of the offices for Government business. The gaol stands in a very prominent spot, with the Court-House near, and pleasant gardens, under the care of the government, surrounding. These gardens are thrown open to the public at certain times, and form a pleasant promenade. In East Ma...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXIV. A FATAL EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 16 November 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXIV. A FATAL EXPERIMENT. Mr brother Montagu has up an gone anjl dun the most redidus thing — bot a baby ! He pade 20 dollars for it, half enuff to buy me a pony, such a goo?, an' only a girl. He says if he bot a boy it mite turn out like little Georgie some of these days, which is vary true — one bad boy in a faraly is enuff to kepe it bissy. But lately I have ben a xtent child. I have only ben late to skool unce since Monday, this is Wensday, witch is doing pretty well, I have only put a tode in the teener's desk unce this wek ; it hopped out an made him gump as if as he was a tode himself. I only put burrs in Katy's hair twise ; they had to cut some of it oph to get them out. She 0 not to be so vane of her hair. — little girls are very apt to be vane, I am told. Unkel Samson was going to live at the hotel, but I improved so much, he has konkluded to remane with us for the present. I kepe him posted in what our fokeB say, in a low voiae, which they do no...

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

GO R S E T 8 direct from the t)eftt maijeig in the world— 4n im mense Assort ment to -^ps§. from. Tiie? SM* brated French C&r- balto Corset, Dr. Warner's flexible hip, Acme, Queen, Thompson'sGlove fitting, Gem, and a variety of other makes, too nu merous to men tion. E. WEBB & CO. finRRAlTO nnRSFTft^* 'O-P.i LA 8IRENE. .MyilWrfl'H V yvlivH // (registered.) Jhe,OOR8£J[|p&qft»d ylSOSf \ sTVV pair guaranteed per Wlftanew alyoltrtety, (im}jj$3L VV ;S£* feet, and none genuine unbreakable material fiffiiwmjw. ft Jy\ unle8S stamPed and stronger *mora flex- ^BPm? ^^fV\\ -abelled 'C0RBALT0' ible than any Gone jWflnrT^ iHHLv \\ (registered) and Trade hitherto uted. ^^^fflfifflKlra Vffflli^IvS A Mark C-PJl -& 8lrtlwP Mamma— 'flwrf gnw/Mrfc. $/-//-// // / were to go through suoh exercise as that, I should B,p.| WuQMon--ttAh{l)rau8hou/dwearthe'Corba/to'68ldo: U won't break do what I will.' |li!r\

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXV. HOW HE RAN THE BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXV. HOW HE RAN THE BALLOON. My dere, dere diry, is it possbul I behole the unee agaue ? It is more than I xpected. Such a time as I have had. I guess Robson Cruso an Jules Verne wish they had been in little Georgic's shoes. But it is a cerious bisiness for a small boy of my age to go up in a balloon alone — more curious than I antispated. It is offui amusing for bout a minit and a halt, after that it is simply tritctul. l ast Betty was my hair turned white — I thofc it would be ; I am postive I shall never be the eareles, rash, idol child 1 was before I took that ride. Yes, it is deliteful for a minit or so, being in a balloon all to yourself, going up like a thousan of brick, waving your handkerchef and watching the peple growing small, seeing the trane crall along like a snake, the fields an rivers an trees and fenses getting litler and litler — but 0 how lonsom a little boy it* when he has rozen about a mile an finds he can't stop the plagy tiling wort...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

GENERAL ITEMS. The United States Government have passed stringent measures for the suppression of mormonism. ' Talk about your members of Parliament,' said Mr. Perry at Parramatta on Sunday : -? why, some of them hasn't enough langwidge to bail up a ?*What is the worst thing about riches?'* asked the suburban Sunday school superintendent. And the new boy (recently out from Scotland) said, ' Not having any.' It is roundly stated that every night about 40 carts discharge their nightsoil on the very margin of the swamp from which the Botany dams are supplied l ne most perplexing matter the Government have to deal with at the present crisis will be the continuance of the uncompleted public works when the last five million loan is exhausted. The success attending the Soudan Encamp ment in the Exhibition Building has been remarkable the receipts amounting to £2114 10s. 5d. One stall alone contributed £790. The water was turned on for the first time in Albury on Saturday, and healths were ...

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Our Sydney Letter. January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

@ur $n&m 14*%. I FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. I January 11. Many and various are the prophecies concerning the fate of the New Ministry among the knowing ones. Its birth was inauspicious, and its infancy so far has been marked with little that may be said to bo indicative of great promise for the future. The general tone or the opinions, however, seems to be in favour of giving it a fair trial for better or for worse. Just now, in the present crisis of affairs in our colony, wit\ a (let us hope) temporary depres sion in trade, a deficit in the revenue, and a bete noir in the shape of the prospect of another loan before many more years have passed, everything noints to the absolute necessitv of having over us the most powerful and far-seeing government that New South Wales can muster. Sir John has truly an arduous task before him; if we only take into consideration outside matters ; but, if in addition to this he has to contend with a civil strife within, it may well be doubte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

G. SMITH & CO;, TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and TANK 3. ~~~ f A tk S« TANKS made to order at lowest prices*; GfJTTISR found and fixed ; RIDGE CAPPING ; all kinds of TIN goods in stock and made to order. PLUMBING in all its branches ( 'HOT and OOLD WATER ARRANGEMENTS a spccial'featute. ALL SORTS OF GASKltTlMs; Si-op Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets : ALBO CAttBON Clusters supplied and fixed. All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones found and fixed. GEQRGE SMITH -£iDO., LOWER WILLl^StftoT, '# BA.THURBT ' ,

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RANDOM NOTES BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

RANDOM NOTES BY THE WAY. Dear Mac, — I felt awful queer after we got outside the Heads. I was very soon a repentant sinner, but not before I found out that a provedore for the fishes was not a very pleasant business, and not very profitable, aB there was no cash on delivery, and my store was soon emptied of its contents, and I quietly retired from public gaze to sleep or to meditate on the mutability of mundane affairs. Soon we got into the spacious harbour of Wollon gong. I stepped ashore, and was confronted by a .human who stared at me for ten minutes, and then opened his mouth. ' Beg your honor's pardon, but ?\ you thought it was me, and I thought it was you, and it was neither of us.' So on I trudged for a .stroll up town, called in at the Brighton for a servicer after my labour for the benefit of the fishes. A book Agent wanted me to put ray name down lor a new Pilgrim's Progress and Cooking Made Easy. I didn't want any such work, but as he had a wife and 27 children depending ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

JAMES W. SMITH, (MANAGBB FOR THK LATE MR. E. CUBTIS FOE OVER 10 YEARS.) PRAOKOAI. Chronometer, Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, h (Next Me. W. H. PAUL'S), WII^IAM-STREBT, BATHURST, DESIRES to ijiotify that, having made considerable alterations to his premises, and added largely to his already well-selected stock, he is now in a position to' sell WATCHES and JEWELLERY of all description* at SIDNEY PRICES. 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 LEVER and GENEVA WATCHES. J. W. 8. having managed the Practical portion of the business of the late Mr. E. Curtis for over 10 years, is well known in Bathntst and surrounding district as a competent workman, and he can guarantee tliat all repairs en trusted to his care will be promptly and skilfully executed. London Hallmarked Gold and Silver Jewellery. ALL GOODS MABKED IN PLAIN FIGURES....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

CORSETv direct from the best makers in the world— an im mense assort ment to chose from. The cele brated French C«r balto Corset, Dr. Warner*s flexible hip, Acme, Queen, Thompson's&love- litting, Gem, and a variety of other makes, too nu merous to men tion. E. WEBB & CO. P.nRRAITfl NfihRSEt«M 'c p ?* u mm' U wllUfiLI VI UUIIWLil Wyv {REGISTERED.) m CORSET is boned MW \ ^ with a new absolutely Mkjm$ y$ stronger & more flex- ^ggiisifiF x!S| ible than any Bone j^^^ Ji met Wm pair guaranteed per V^^ feet, and none genuine /qr\ unless stamped and St\ \ labelled '00R8ALT0' ffljl \ \ (registered) and Trade IlTOvA Mark'fcPAIa-BIAiMP Mamma— 'Good gracious, child I if I were to go through such exercise as that, I should ? break every bone in my stays.' Q,p| Miss Girton— 'Ah ! you should wear the 'Corhalto' as / do : it won't break do what I will.' j CP.

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SYDNEY "FARMING." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

SYDNEY 'FARMING.' Sydney has a beautiful harbour — she has numerous charming natural advantages. For many years past she has been the only port for this vast colony, and every man, woman, and child— yea, more, every sheep that has been shorn or has licked a urain of salt — has contributed towards the support and building up of Sydney. How do you make that out ? It is as simple as eating Bathurst beef. Don't you know all the requirements of the colony are unshipped at Sydney, and cartage has to be paid on every case, or every ton that comes into or goes out of Sydney. The expenses are put on the clothing we wear, the tea, (he sugar, the tobacco, the fish, the everything we touch, and Sydney mer chants or Sydney laborers get the benefit. The sheep (and when we name them we ask you to think of the enormous numbers there are in this colony) contribute in two or more ways. One way, by eating salt, on which cartage has been paid ; then again, by having their jackets taken from them, and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

MUCRIDGE BROS., STEAM SAW MILLS AND JOIIH WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes, Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes, Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. White Brioks, Moulded Brioks, Paving Tiles, Drain Pipes, BencU, Junctions, Syphons. LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTBB. GALVANIZED IRON. FlREWOOD~AND COAL. Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. '' Mu$ridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. M. L. KILBORNE, Mutupaiilitr ui fttaiioiitq, GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. Photographs in every size and style. Satisfac tion guaranteed. PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY OF [EVERY DESCRIPTION. * A choice assortment of FANCY GOODS suitable for BIRTHDAY 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 VASES and PLAQUES. Var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

GEORGE SMITH, I BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR! Ail kinds of Jobbing Work done. ? ESTIMATES GIVEN. I DURHAM STREET, BATHURST.l Assay Office, I HUDSON BROTHERS' TIMBER YARl« BATHURST. I I beg to announce that I have removed from Brow ajH Creek, and have fitted an Assay Office at the above addr sM equipped with the best appliances and apparatus, and ^ fljH prepared to Assay or Analyze any samples of Oj-^H Minerals, Bullion, &c, forwarded to me, at the follow njH fees :— fl Assay of Ores, Minerals, &c. — For Gold... 10s. each Abs^H „ For Silver. 10s. „ V M ., „ „ „ For Gold and Silver H together 10s. „ » ^M Assay of Ores, Minerals, &c. — For every ^M other Metal of which the percentage : ^M is given ? 10s. „ j, ^H Analysis of Ores. Minerals, &c— For each j ^H Metal of which the percentage is , [ ^M given ? 10s. „ » H Assays of Bullion ? 10s. „ ,\ ^M Samples of any Ores can be forwarded to me from fpiH part of the colonies at the rate of 4d. per half Polfc^B whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

IF YOU WANT TO BUY GOOD ARTICLES AT REASONABLE RATES, Send for Prices and Samples to E. WEBB & Co., BATHURST. They heve one price only, hence you can buy by post just as cheaply as if present. | They pay Trainage to all Railway Stations on DRAPERY Purchases amounting to £2. E. Webb & Co. Allow a Liberal Discount for ready money off all purchases in the Drapery, Clothing, Ironmongery, and Machinery Departments. Molong now has a splendid chance of obtaining the best Goods at the lowest prices. Boots and Shoes at Webb's cheaper and better than at any Sydney Houee. GIGGLES. JDo.ypu knpw? Qh fancy! _t, Sowing my wild oats father. A tinpot existence. — Dat ob a tinker. Don't drink any more wine. When is claret like a pig's hoof ? — when it is in de hogshead (hog's head) Why are lawyers de best persons? — because they bring most to repentance. Why should they laugh on arriving there? Becaue they are in a — merry — key (America) Why is one of Webb's cigars like a lady's bust...

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SHORT NOTES ON THE FASHIONS. [To the Editors of the BATHURST POST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1886

SHORT NOTES ON THE FASHIONS. [To the Editors of the Bathuest Post.] Firstly, I must congratulate you on the success of your most interesting, amusing and instructive paper, which finds its way into «o many homes where neither papers or books are seen. It is said that a postage rate is going to be put on n'ewspapers. If this be done, I sincerely trust you may not discontinue sending out the Post, as really many persons ttfwf quite look forward to the receipt of it every month ibiyour colony. 1 am aware you get no return in the way of pash for the paper. I cannot but think, however, that it Causes many orders to be sent to you that otherwise would not. I must apologize for wasting so much space, and will now proceed with my taBk. For a long time past I have wondered bow I could post your readers up in the latest fashions. At last, the thought struck me that as the Princess of Wales has about the best tftSte of all our Royalty, I could not do better than arrange t& send you par...

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Our Sydney Letter. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

©ur Hiictncg Styfyr. I FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. I i February 9. Anniversary Day was most religiously observed this , year. The trams, steamers, and cars earned their tens of thousands to holiday resort, and rariel and choice were the sports and pleasures Provided. I was pleased to note that in all manly : fames and exercises ye brave men of Bathurst held foeir own, but I don't know if you deserve much complimenting upon that, for when one considers h& magnificent altitude of your plains, their rarefied itmosphere and generally bracing climate, it goes for .^ JHng that about the only virtue necessary for you W-Stain skill in these things is perseverance. | fThe recurrence of our natal day and the first Ixintel&vp of the Federal Council brought to my ^^]^-th.6ugh not quite correct— an old nursery fe.^§R ' ' I'm ninety-five 1— I'm ninety-five, v&i$l i ?^n-' *° keep single I'll contrive.' ;|&A-e quite correct we ought to sing it X ^ I'm ninety-eight ! ...

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IMPORTANT FACTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

IMPORTANT FACTS! Who cuts your hair so neat and fine, And out of others takes the shine ? He is a native of this town ?— 0. GWILLIAM. Who shaves the very best in town, * For which he has gained just renown. And neTer causes you to frown ?— G.' GWILLtAM. Who gives you such a nice shampoo, Which gives to your oheekB heaven's noh hue. And makes a happy man of you?— G. GWILLIAM Where are we to get this treat ? *Tis to be got in William-street, Where over the door in letters neat, You see 0. GWILLIAM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

t **atoaonoanoeth»t Ihave removed from Brown's H CwA, Wid iftve fitt^-Q Aa^ay Ofl5ce at the aboyeaddress, ] eqnlpped \ritli the boat appliw^ an^ am 1 2 -7;;^^^KPft»^P^ *# '^W^ *«ny iaMpii of Ores, U Miaeralis, Bullion, &c., forwamed to me, at tbts following I ! A«ay of Ores. Minerals, &c.— For Gold... 10s. each Assay fc „ n%i-:-. ' „ . ,, For Silver. 10*. „ I * V; ^ „ For Gold and Silver 1-1 Jiiay^Oisw, Minerals, *c.— For every other Metal of which the percentage I fs given. .............?...»???.??? ? ?? *P*' m i- 1 AnalyeiB of Ores, Minerals, &c.— For each I Metal of which the percentage is I given ........... -- ? „.»..«...».#?........ 10s. „ „ I Assays of Bullion. ? 10e. „ „ 1 8aaaplea of any Ores can be forwarded to me from any }' part of the colonies at the fate of id. per half pound, 1 which la sufficient for a correct assay. Fees to be for warded l-y Post Office Order or in stamps. Correct assay guaranteed and the result promptly forwarded. I Gold and...

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