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

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 brauches ; HOT and COLD WATER ARRANGEMENTS a special feature; ALL SORTS OF GASPITTlNGS, Stop Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets ; ALBO CARBON Clusters supplied and fixed. All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones**1 found and fixed. GEORGE s¥lTH & CO., LOWER WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST Ff 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 m the Drapery, Clothing, Ironmongery, and Machinery Departments. ^i0rl^ |ow has a splca^ diance of obtaining J...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

NOTE THE PRICES— Hairoutting 6d., Shaving 6d., Shampooing Is. Ladles' Hairoutting, is. Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, and Snuffi} of the finest quality ; also a large variety of Meerschaum and Wooden Pipes at greatly Reduced Prices. NOTE THE ADDRESS— The Premier Hairdressing & Tobacconist Saloon, Wiliiam-strect, Bathurst (opposite Town Hall.) %* Two first-class Hands constantly engaged attending to Customers. ™ 0. GWILLIAM, Proprietor. A. G ARTREIiL, GLASS AND SIGH WRITER, PAINTER, GEORGE STREET, .* BATHURST. WALL PAPERS, MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, ftc, in Stock. Pianos,Organs,Music&c DEST ASSORTMENT OUTSIDE SYDNEY.— Pianos *-* from £10 upwards. Easy time payments. Special value in Violins, Accordions, Concertinas, etc., just arrived from London, at prices to suit everybody. New Music t New Music ! H. CECflTsLADE, Music Depot, GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. Pianos, etc.. tuned and repaired in any, part of the district on most moderate terms. MR NAYLOR, Pianoforte Tune-&amp...

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

IV MRS. I. CUBTIS : ? Begs to announce having lloki lier late Husband's Business to Mr. E. Roos, 0? FOR WHOM SHE SOLICITS A CONTINUANCE OF PAST FAVOURS. t; , Mrs. E. CURTIS also wishes to notify, ia consequence of certain advertisements that have lately appeared in the || Bathuret Newspapers, that her late husband MANAGED HIS BUSINESS HIMSELF, and that |ftb ONE HAS A RIGHT to style himself ' MANAGER of the Practical Portion of the BUSINESS of the late E. CURTIS.' ! MR. E. ROOS li I Begs to announce that he has purchased The old established Jewellery Business of the late Edwin Curtis, If In Howick Street, Bathurst, J^ Which will in future be carried on under the name of IpL CURTIS & CO. u And respectfully solicits from all friends and patrons of the business a continuance of those ; , favours which have been so liberally extended to his predeoessor.

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

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COBAR. February 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

C O B A R. [FROM OUR OWN CORUESrONDBNt.1 February 6th. Copious showers have tallen in this locality, since last writing, and with the usual beneficial results. There is. now abundance of feed and water every where, the only complaint being* that there is too much of it and not enouerh stock : it is said to be one of the best seasons known in this district. Further north, the mails have been much ielayed through the heavy rains ; Chinamen's gardens were swept away at Thargomindah, on the Bulloo, and the unfortunates had to be rescued by boats from the roofs of their shanties. The Government has again entered into a con tract with Cobb and Co. for the conveyance of the mails travelling to and from Nyngan, Hermitage Plains and Cobar, three times a week for one year, by coach, £997 ; also to and from Cobar and Louth, once a week by coach for three years, at £297 per annum. The monster free picnic on New Year's Day was a thorough success in every way. It was held on a well selected spot ...

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

E. WEBB & CO. HAVE PLEASURE IN SUBMITTING A LIST OF JDHEIR BfiCBNT IMPORTATIONS /agricultural ijviplejvients^ All of which can be thoroughly recommended, as K. WEBB & CO. make it a point of supplying none but the very best in ail the respec-ave-Sasses. As the ploughing season is drawing near, Fanners should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. HOWARD'S PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS, Possessing great strength and rigidity. They tgm Cannot be Broken, Nor will they spring under the SEVEREST STEAIN. [?] Tkeyjjare fitted with a novel form of head, which enables the Ploughman, by simply turning a handle, to REGULATE THE LINE OF DRAFT without Stopping the Horses, thus effecting a considerable saving in time in the course of a BAY'S WORK. HORNSBY'S SINGLE-FURROW PLOUGHS. F 1-wheel ; FG, RB, LH, and H 2-wheel, % All fitted with STEEL BREASTS, and IMPROVED to meet the requirements of the district. [?] ns- THESE 1'LOl^Hfi AKE TOO/ WELL KNOWiy TO NEED ...

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

LADOW'S JOINTED PULVERISING AND SMOOTHING DISC HARROWS. The most useful implements ever introduced on a farm, on account of their many excellent qualities, and for the many purposes for which they can be utilised. WHAT IT WILL DO —It will thoroughly pulverise the soil, by lifting it up to the fertilising effects of sun and rain. It will pulverise, cover, and mix manure with the soil. It will actually save ploughing in many instances. It will cover to any desired depth all kinds of grain as no other harrow will ; birds cannot get at the seed ; seed can be sown broadcast on stubble land, and every kernel of grain covered by it. It will produce better crops, by reason of its thorough preparation of the soil. It will, with a little grass seed, thoroughly renovate pasture land. It is invaluable for summer fallowing land. It will cut, crush, and pulverise clod or clay lumps. It will cut and 'pull up weeds, and it never chokes. It will work on wet or atony land when no other implement will...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

'=MMESW~SMITH, (lUKAGBtt FOE THK LATE MR. B. CUBTIS FOE OVEB 10 YEABS.) PRACTICAL .. q Chronometer, Hatch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, to: (Next Me. W. H. PAUL'S), WIIvLIAM-STRBET, BATHURST, GENEVA WATCBB6. PraWifiai l)0ruOa of the business of the late Mr. E. Curtis for over 10 years, is well a sSSSSSSSf :=*- — 'd he - — ttet a11 Kpaira en JAMES W. SMITH, William-street, Bathurst. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15.JL886.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

An Irishman who wanted to buy a stove was informed that a certain kind would save 50 per cent. of coal. Turning to his wife, he shouted qut, ' ' Be gorrah, we must have two av thim then, and save all the coal 1' A JiADv of charitable disposition asked a tramp whether she could not assist him by mending his clothes. ' Yes, madam,' he replied,' I have a button, and if you would sew a coat on to it you will greatly oblige me.'

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

WILLIAMS BROS.,1 CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, I (By Examination, Great Britain.) fl Importers of PURE DRUGS, ; I Pharmaceutical Preparations, Patents Medicines, Perfumery, &c. [ m ? ! 1 HOWICK STREET, BATHURSt 1 Opposite School of Arts, and j I KING STREET, NEWTOWK, SYDN^.B . — -Vm Printed for the proprietor* by OLTNDWB WHALAX. at faiaGM9| Printta? Offloe School of Art* Bniiaincn HowWrtwitrwt, B«tt»|l*M ! m

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

Bathurst Agricultural Society. TH® ANNUAL EXHIBITION Will be held on WEHBUinmiSUTlRlU!, 7th, 8th, and 9th April, 1886. PROGRAMMES, containing RULES, REGULATIONS, AND LIST OF PRIZES, May be had on application to ,the „. Hon. Secretary. , \ i v ENTRIES ^positively .0LQSE „ oh ;the- 24th march: tT *J ' - 5- #1 W. -*; TH^MPSOU, 'y^. rS'~ H^v$ecretwyw|^ ? 'i . .' '. ? -

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXVI. HE RUNS A LOCOMOTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTEB XXVf. HE RUNS A LOCOMOTIVE. Unkel Samson is that tired of staying to our house he lias gone away. He went off huffy, with out giving tub a pony to remember him by. I felt very bad the day he went away at parting with my unkel before he bid *bot me that pony. If I had him I should not have raised my unite! at all. He did not intend going before autumn, but un expected sircumstam-es hurried his departyour. It is vakashun now, an we boys have plenty time to play, so we had a show in Charlie's father's stable, two afternoons, admishun 3 cents, grone ups half prise. Charlie was a munky. Harry was a bear, and I was the Grate What Is It. We had uther a&imuls an sevrul side shows. I went to the barbers an had my head shaved, an then Charlie painted my face an hands dark brown. He had to use real paint what was left from the fensc cos we had nothing els, so you may gess I am a site. It will take all summer for it to wear off, so I cannot go to church. I don...

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

~^w ^ JL JL^-Xjs ??* ¥ *l±. xV JLS k3 ^^jfc^Jk^ New Riding and Self- L/iPTiNG ^????BP^^^^—^JAWI W Ml »HL I 17 AA/ITDD 9 PA HAVEtheseinbothTWO ^^ '^?f^s. ^M^^T M JLiDO Of LU. «nd THREE furrow. ?^Wiii^^^^Sr^^^^^^^BBfcl^^^^^^,. %^ I s& *& Without a doubt, before many years these ploughs will be ???-'i®M^fflf£^^ ^^^ \^4!*r 'n universal demand, and ploughs with handles be a thins: of the -'-*??!'► rTni:'::'1.'!!!!;'^!*!-^! ,.,../? r';'vvl!r ! C'vi:J;:!iJili:..;i ???;':;';:-;:::, ..::;.' '?'.njt-s«Mf»jja^MaMSgg^.-.-._-. ? past. I Wherever they have been used, they have ^8» ^m m. { far exceeded expectations for the easy jK fit/^#\ m ^— ^^ i manner in which they work, and the rapidity ^fTfess. wU f \ ^^^^^S^ i with which ploughing iajccomplished ; and -^| hHm™ ''^T '\^mfr*&^^ , the ploughman, who always sits in the seat, A «l #^ \ Jm| Tjg^^^^^^B^jiJr^ ! is not fatiguedrUi. the slightest. The lifting 1 ?? I \ \\\m ^^^Fw^^^LmL. I gear is simple and effective ; the plou...

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MODERN SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

MODE RN SOGIK TV 'SociKTy in these times seema to be made up of a mosaic of inexplicaWes. At a fashionable race meeting the other, day, we sat on the stand waiting for one of the events, when an acquaintance pointed out a distinguished but blase looking individual, whom he styled the «* Ogunt' His figure, though rather small, was striking, and he wore well built clothes. S-ated a few feet from the 'Count,' and talking lightly to him, was a Society woman, who some time ago married a distinguished member of the aristocracy. Her beauty less than four years ago attracted the attention of half Europe, and a Prince of the Royal Blood paid her many a pretty compliment, and even waltzed with her in Paris. She is still a sufficiently beau tiful specimen of her sex to create a bit of a sensation, with her blond hair aud creamy skin rtJ li s° P«*ty a couple as they sat chattering theie that we could not take our eyes off them, even when the race was being run. Perhaps we were the onlv ob serve...

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SHORT NOTES ON THE FASHIONS. [TO THE EDITORS OF THE BATHURST POST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

SHORT NOTES ON THE FASHIONS. [To the Editors of the Bathukst Post.] In my last I left off after doseribing tho third fi»t of winter dresses that the Princess of Wales supplied her daughters with. I will now say a little more about the Royal gem herself. With a desire to be impartial in her patronage, the Princess of Wales ordered pome drosses of French modistes while in Paris, just as she did of the Danish dressmakers while in Copenhagen a few weeks previous. But she refused to give these lively Gallic artists in costumes carte blanche to 'create' any marvellous gowns for her, and selected only severely simple modes One has a skirt of dark navy blue cloth with panels crossed and recrossed with hwct* and. embroidered with fine black silk braid, opening over the front of cfia-ndnm velvet. The bodice is trimmed with black braid and made with an unusually high collar ; the sleeves are quite tight. Another dress is of slate-colorod vigogne with a corsage of broche velvet in three shades—...

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

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

JAYE & FREEMAN'S IfMfid 1865. -HftlVE ^D LET W¥E** EfrUtfri 1865 TIJM, ZIN©, AND IF?ON WORKS, {CORNER OF GEORGE AND HO WICK STREETS. ?MA NUFACTUREES 1 ' OF I TINWARE, I TANKS, BATHS, I CISTERNS, I COLONIAL OVENS, [lamps, sunlights, K HORSE-TROUGHS. OCCIIEllll BICYCLE DEPOT.'* to casn^^^ £8 cash Arrangements can be made for a small deposit and a few shilling per week if required. ' ' Bicyole Fittings and Oil kept in stock. REPAIRS Well Done. & JAYE & FREEMAN, GEORGE & HOWICK STREETS, BATHURST. M GAS FITTERS AND PLUMBERS. FBIFS9 WINDMILLS AND TANKS SUPPLIED AND FLX15D. ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS. Roofs Covered with Ciirru^ated Iron. GUTTER AND JUDGE FIXED. ;DEPOT for Galvanized Iron, Gutter, Ridging and Pipe. [ Coprugated TankSj isss^iajferd?1* to order- for % large stock of Gasfittings, Chandeliers, &c, &c, on hand. pLECTiyc ^ELLS, JnDICATOF^S, AND j^USHES SUPPLIED AND FlXED. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TINWARE IMPORTERS* TRADE CATALOGUE- LIBERAL D...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1886

New Buildings in Bathurst. - The goal is the most important now in progress. The "show" on the hill is most certainly beginning to look im- portant, - more like a young township than any- thing else. The residences on the north-eastern side of the gaol are ornamental and fine buildings. No doubt when the main walls are raised to their proper height, the usual gloom that surrounds buildings of that nature will also come over that block. We would suggest that the Government secure a piece of ground all round the gaol and fence it off, and at a fair distance from the walls plant a few rows of trees so as to hide the main wall as much as possible. The next building of Oddfellows now going up in Keppel-street. This building is to be a most ornamental one when complete, and so far as present appearance go we must say is a credit to the Lodge. We under- stand there is to be a fine hall at the back suitable   for giving entertainments on a large scale - E. Webb and Co.'s new st...

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

OCCIDENTAL HAIRDRESSING SALOON, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. STEVE~DENNIS, PROPRIETOR, Hairdresser and Tobacconist. Choice assortment of CIGARS, PIPES, k PERFUMERY. Ladies' Hair Worked to Order. Private Room for Ladies. Pianos,Organs,Music&c BEST ASSORTMENT OUTSIDE SYDNEY.— Pianos from £10 upwards. Easy time payments. Special value in Violins. Accordions, Concertinas, etc., just arrived from London, at prices to suit everybody. New Music ! New Music ! H CECILYS LADE, Music Depot, GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. Piano?, etc.. tuned and repaired in any part of the district on most moderate terms. M. L. KILBORNE, Jjliottrjipjihtr »'»? Siaiunttq, 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...

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

JAMES W. SMITH, (MANAGER FOR THE LATE MR. E. CURTIS FOR OVER 10 YEARS.) ' PRACTICAL Chronometer, Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, k, (Next Mb. \V. II. PAUL'S), WILLIAM-STRKKT, BATHURST, DESIRES to notify 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 descriptions at SYDNEY PRICKS. 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 ke~pt of ENGLISH LEVER and GfENEVA WATCHES. J. W. S. having managed the Practical portion of the business of the late Mr. E. Curtis for over 10 years, is well known in Bathurst and surrounding district as a competent workman, and he cau guarantee that all repairs en trusted to his care will be promptly and skilfully executed. London Hall-marked Gold and Silver Jewellery. ALL GOODS MARKED iN PLAIN FIGU...

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