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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXVII. HE VISITS THE FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1886

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXVI I. HE VISITS THE FALLS. At last I am a very good boy. 1 have toie jonnny s mother how sory I am he was so careless as to break his leg. I have repented in dust an dashes what I did when I let the mouse out, an those silly ; girls set fire to the town hall, such an xpense to the i tacks-payers. I could not be indused to steel a ride j in » Iwdonn. not if it was oohered to me for nothing, j No indede ! I am very much reformed, even my ! sister Bess says she hardly knows her little brother. The reason is I have met with a friteful axdcnt j witch might easily have proved fatul only it didn t j hapen to ; it makes the tears come in my eyes when I think how bad my mother would a felt if hei only , son had xpired of drowning in that dredful manner. You sec, dear diry, I have been taking a summer j trip with my parents. As mama said, Lil an Lue ; were out of the way, an Bess was engaged (telgraf ; operator) so she thot she might rest on her roars ; ; she felt...

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Our Sydney Letter. 9th March, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1886

@ur jindnw ^tyttyr. I PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. J 9th March, 188G. Even the election of the new Ministers, and the excitement and suspense of waiting for the definite policy of the Jennings-Garvan party in connection with the fiscal arrangements, has not been able to quench the animated discussions upon the Barton Taylor case before -h« Privy Council The balance of opinion is undoubtedly in favor of the ' Mudgee Chicken ' whose pluck, ability, and perseverance have only been equalled by his magnanimous refusal to avail himself of damages at our country's expense. There's grit in the lad, and he'll get a good reception when he comes ' marching home again — the drums shall beat,' &c, &c, and most people will still more sympathetically watch his career and hope he may act with a discretion equal to his forensic ability,, so that in its fitting time he may occupy those positions of trust and responsibility that assuredly await him if he continue to watch and ' bide his...

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

MBS. E. CURTIS Begs to announce having Sold her late Husband's Business to Mr. K. ROOS, I'Oil WHOM SHE SOLICITS A CONTINUANCE OF PAST FAVOURS. UrB, K, OUHTlSftlso wishes to notify, in consequence of certain advertisements that have lately appeared in. the Bathurst Newspapers, that her late husband MANAGED Ills BUSINESS HIMSELF, and tbat NO ONE HAS A RIGHT to style himself ' MANAGER of the Practical Portion of the BUSINESS of the late E. CURTIS.' M R. E. ROOS Bogs to announce that he has purchased The old established Jewellery Business of the late Edwin Curtis, Ira Ho wick: Street, Bathurst. Which will in future be carried on under the name of E. OTJIfcTIS «Sc CO. And respectfully solicits from all friends and patrons of the business a continuance of those favours which have been so liberally extended to his predecessor. MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1886.

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

No wonder the Celestials hnvq a good opinion of them selves, iiow can a China-man be wade of Common- clay .' E. W©bt- & Co. have a large assortment of ^Wrtfl-^aiid earthenware, to suit all classes of tho (jommuriity;^ To Blao^mHas— B. Webb$,£t£ have just landed^, ex s.s. ?- Australian,' 20 tons ba^^ ,« NeUiertou ^ - assorted sizce, from \ round to 3x1^;,^*;; t ; ; J

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The School of Arts Opening Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1886

Shf School of Juts Owning Question. Wuejj Dr. Spencer moved his ainmendment at the last annual meeting, to the effect that the Bathurst School of Arts reading-room and balcony be opened on the afternoons of Sundays throughout the year, to the members of that institution, few persons present thought but that the amendment would be carried. The outbursts of applause at almost every j word the Doctor uttered, caused the belief, at any j rate at the centre and back part of the hal-, to be i veiy strong, that the -!ay would be carried. No doubt exists, whatever, but that, had the question j been settled then and there the Doctor would j have obtained a victory. j The amendment, however, was ruled out of order, i being such a great change or alteration of the | original motion, that notice was necessary. The Doctor, therefore, had to withdraw for the time, and j bring forward his question as an original motion at ! a special meeting culled for the purpose, which«-was : held on the 2nd ins...

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

Value of th3 new goods.— Owing to the fearfully low prices of wool, ihe enormous decrease in the prices of all goods is most perceptible at Webb's. ! Boots and shoes,— Values here are .still giving great j satisfaction ; and no wonder, as those who ouce seethe goods at the present prices soon pgrghaso; And once tried, i they find them wear well, aa^give every satisfaction. 1

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

E. WEBB & CO. HAVE I'LEASUttK IK SUBMITTING A LIST OF THEM REGENT HVn^OPfcTATXOI^S IN /cG^ICULTUf^AL IJVIPLEJviENTS, All of which can be thoroughly recommended, as E. WEBB & CO. make it a point of supplying none but the very best in all the respective classes As the ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. HOWARD'S PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLeTuWrOW PLOUGHS, Possessing great strength and rigidity. They tf Cannot be Broken, Nor will they spring under the SEVEREST STRAIN. [?] They are iittcd 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 tho course of a — DAY'S WORK. ~F 1-wheel ; FG, RB, LH, and H 2- wheel, * All fitted with STEEL BREASTS, and IMPROVED to meet the requirements of the district. HORNSBYS SINGLE-FURROW PLOUGHS. i L ^ THESE PLOUGHS t h ARE TOO WELL h KNOWN...

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

NOTES BY THE WAY. Dear Mac,— Here lam to my promise : Another letter, old man, von know that I ain as square a man as any round here. 1 was telling you hovr that ' Lamp Agent ' was bothering me to buy a lamp that goes by clock work : you keep it wound up : «? tick, tick,' for ever : but there was uo lick with the agent — ' cash ' is his motto. I must tell you I am enjoying my holiday ; the people are grand, and, Mac. tlie girls ! I speak ol them with reverence, they are simply angels. If you can come down for a week's sjMiil. and let the business rest for a while, you would be delighted ; for you warm, red-haired, genial Scotchman* can appreciate the darlings. But alas ! the Sydney fashions have reached here, piling the hair on the top of the head, making a girl ot 17 look like one of 22, and giving them the apjiearancc of a Chinaman with his tail to pull them up into heaven. But the crinoline that beats all ; these arc a nuisance ; you take your seat at church : up you jump to the ...

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

«- — i ? -h r lrvrffaMtam HOWARD'S New Riding and Self^- Lifting @AN-§pfcDU-3fHS. E\X717DT} JP PA HAVEtheseinbothTWO I . VVJtDD Ol LU. and THREE furrow. Ijgf Without a doubt, before many yoars tht»se ploughs will be in universal demand, and ploughs with handles be a thing of the past. Wherever they have been used, they have far exceeded expectations for the easy manner in which they work, and the rapidity with which ploughing is accomplished ; and (he ploughman, who always sits in the seat, is not fatigued in thp slightest. The lifting gear is simple and effective ; the plough- { man bringing into play a simple brake at tachment, which comes into contact with the wheel. The onward motion of the j£ horses lifts the plough (loan off the ground, mgk and when in this position, the implement is VS balanced on its wheels and self-supported. /Jz 11 ????'^stM [?] HOWARD'S O.B.U. GENERAL PURPOSE DOUBLE PLOUGH. Fitted with Patent Lifting and Steering Apparatus. Tlie lifting out of work at Lau...

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

Boots and Shoes. — You all wear them. You must have them. You are continually buying them. Well, buy some of those at £. Webb and Co.'s. 8, d. Infant s' 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' „ ., „ i, ., land 2. at... 4 6 Women's „ „ „ '., ',, 3 to 7, at.,. 5 6 Boys' „ „ „ „ '.j 10 to 13, at..; 4 6 Youths' „ „ „ ., „ 1 to 4, at... 5 C Men's ,. „ „ „ ., 5 to 10, at... 5 11 Boys' strong and superior bluchers, nailed, 10 to 13, at 4 6 Youths' „ „ „ „ 1 to 4, at... 4 9 Men's „ „ ,, ,,5 to 10, at... 5 6 ^WILllAMS BROS., CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, (By Examination, Great Britain.) Importers of PURE DRUGS, Pharmaceutical Preparations, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, &c. HOWICK STREET, BATHURST, Opposite School of Arts, and KING STREET, NEWTOWN, SYDNEY. Tmportant factsT Who cuts your hair so neat and fine, And out of others takes the shine ? He is a native of this town ?— C. G WILLIAM...

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

Grand assortment of new winter goods now | open at E. Webb and Co.'s. The dress materials for the j ladies are something very choice, well worthy of inspec- 1 1 tidn, Triromiflgs in ahundanco. including plush, v«:l- i veteen, new striped zebra, and other silk velvets, ii*\v j broches, &c. New millinary just opened, a most beautiful selection.

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

CLSMITH & CO., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and GASFITTBRS. TANKS. TANKS TANKS made to order at lowest prices ; G17TTER found and fixed ; RIDGE CAPPING ; all kinds of TIN goods in stock and made to order. PLUMBIC* in all its branches ; HOT and COLD WATER AJ§ANGEMEN'J\S a special feature. Al|f SORTS OP GASFITTlNGS, Stop CoekspQas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets ; ALBO CAUBON Caters supplied and fixed. All kin^bf PUMPS repaired, and new ones H| found and fixed. GEOfPE SMITH & CO., !§f-WER WILLIAM STREET, M- BATHURST \ % 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. B.Webb & Co, *-.-. Allow a Liberal Discount for ready money off all purchases in the Drapery, Clothing, lronniongeiy, and Machinery Departments/ , s .' vi_ Molong now has a s...

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

Bathurst Agricultural Society. THK ANNUAL HHIBITIIN Will be held on WEDNESDAY, THORSDAY & FRIDAY, 7th, 8th, and 9th April, 1886. PROoilMMES, containing RULES, REGULATIONS, AND LIST OF PRIZES, May be had on application to the Hon. Secretary. ENTRIES positively CLOSE on the 24th MARCH. W. G. THOMPSON, Hon. Secretary. Under tliedtetinguulufi /&J8-fr* Patronage of Lord ^ . Angvstm d&Sbabk LOFTUS. . feEAVIS BROS. & CO., ROYAL STUDIO, WILLIAM STREET, Beg to announce the opening of New and Complete Portrait Rooms. The Studio being built expressly for Photography, gives them the advantage of lights suited to every face, combined with the utmost rapidity. All our pictures are produced by the New Rapid Dry Plate Process, by which we take pictures in half-a-second. It also enables us to take our Best Pictures in Dull or Cloudy Weather. CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS. A Special Instaneous Lense used for above without extra charge. Our Piices will be found most moderate CAB...

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COBAR. March II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1886

C 0 B A R, [from our own correspondent.] March II. Throughout the month the weather has been dry and warm, the thermometer frequently registering 106 in the shade. On Saturday, the 20 rh ult., we were visited by a tremendous dust storm ; this, though extremely disagree able while it lasted, cooled the air for several succeeding days, after which there appeared to be every prospect of rain, but strong north-west winds arose and, driving away the rain-clouds, brought clouds of dust instead. Latelv. the nights and mornings have been pleasantly cool, and we are already looking forward to the most agreeable season of the year. Two shocks of earthquakes were felt here on Monday, thefith ult , the first at about 11 30 a.m., the second some four hours later. The former was very distinct, and seemed to travel from south-east to north west. It created considerable alarm among the miners working underground, who thought some serious accident had happened on the surface — such as the explosion ...

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WESTERN WAREHOUSE EMPLOYEES ANNUAL HALF-HOLIDAY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 March 1886

WESTERN' WAREHOUSE EMPLOYEES ANNUAL HALF-HOLIDAY DEMONSTRATION. [FROM A COERKSl'ONDISNT.l The employees of the Western Warehouse celebrated the fourth anniversary of their weekly half-holiday by .1 de monstration and picnic on the Hathurst Racecourse, on Wednesday, the 3rd inst. This annual event, it may be here remarked, is always looked forward to with a great amount of pleasure, as not only does it conduce to good feeling and fellowship amongst the employees but it tends to give the general public an idea as to how thoroughly the employees appreciate the generous action of the firm in granting them a weekly half-holiday. For some weeks previous, quite a flutter of excitement was perceptible among the athletes of the house, as they, to divest themselves of all superfluous nosh, had started a rigorous.course of training to fit them for the various com petitive events, notably the Western Warehouse handicap and alking match for trophies presented by the firm. Shortly after two o'clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

JAYE & FREEMAN,* Estimates given for Laying Watej and Gas Pipes^^cx ^s* Fixing Gutter and Covering Roofs, Curving^^^^v^-^j?) Iron for Tanks andVerandahs ; Supplying ^^K^&^^^^yh and Fixing PUMPS, and all kinds °J-^^-Th D t OVEN MAKE R S^g-^£^ gJZSd ^Ri, ^^Pipe and Fittings, Black Iron, GENERAL ^^^J^Sheet Lead, Copper, Brass, & Zinc ; MACKSMITHS^^O^x^Gtitter, Ridge Cap, Tanks, Baths, Stoves, ^\^^5x^/v'X//^vens' ^as Chandeliers & Globes, Crockery \)s^ VV^and Tinware, Bicycles and Fittings, TluM^tS^ ^ BROS., (From Savory and Moore, Chemists to the Queen), Wholesale Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical Chemists, HOWICK STltEET, BATHURST, and 257, KING STREET, STEWTOWN, SYDNEY. *pHE DISPENSING DEPARTMENT receives the personal attention of the Proprietors. They are convinced that several years' ?*? experience in such well-known firms as Messrs. Savory and Moore and Roberts and Co. will be a sufficient guarantee to the public that all Physicians1 and Family Recip...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

A simple fellow once said of a famous beauty, | ' I couM have courted and married her easy enough, ; ;; if I'd wanted to.' u And praj why didn't you ? ' | I asked his friend. ' Oh, when I proposed ^o her, | i| you see, she todk me on one side and politely asked I |! to be excused, and so I excused her.' , , | '?;{ Colonial Debts.— Tho public debts of tliof ^ j Australian colonies, the bonds of which are chiefly hcJitl 1 in England, now exceed a hundred millions ; and the . | debt of England in India is about seventy, and in I ; India itself about ninety milUons, nearly all of which j is transferable on the London market, - 1 i Curious Equipment.— In life ^ncp.Geraji-n | War every third. (ierm^p so^icj* ha-i ftjn% of tbg 1 ] country tlH-ougjn wbiaa,he v?as travelling. 1 1 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

E. CURTIS cSd OO. Watchiiialters,^^ Jewellers, Opticians, QfsW &£?- &£?- iHOWICK STREET, BATHURST, fjj AVE much pleasure in informing1 llio old constituents of the establishment, and the public generally i4* of Bathurst and the Wppfrrn Districts, that they have Just Opened a Splendid Assort ment of GOLD and SILVER JEWELLERY, such as Suites, Brooches, Earrings, Necklets, liickets, Charms, Signet, Engagement and Wedding llingp, Gents' and Ladies' Alberts, Gents' Suites, Foitt|irefc. Links, Scarf Pins, Diamond and Gem Rings. -fec. POLD and SILVER WATCHES of the Waltham Watch Co. ENGLISH LEVERS, by the Principal English Makers. Also a splendid assortment of Clocks and Electro- Plated Ware, Silver Plate, Optical Goods, &c. Latest Novelties always on hand. Prices More Reasonable than those of any other establishment out of Syduey. REPAIRS promptly executed on the premises by First-class Workmen. VISITORS to inspect, our extensive stock welcomed with courtesy and ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

Lerd Carrih*ion, having been mj**' * ?** \] A. H. «nd l\ Society to visit the Btthurstbln«J mi w« hut* timi* #*««*» In extending to HMb. ceHency and all visitors to oar fair city, * £*??''- ** inritetfJon ** Visit Mimped our GenertU Joinery Woflcs and Timber Mill, whfere we can P^im -li--u msh&wof all kinaad! Building Materials, Joinen. Mottldings. Door*. Sashw, &e, &c, superior to Syttiing^ut of Sidney. We compete w.^ houses and the colony in general. Mu«n d,k Bbos., Builders and Timber Merchant?, Bathuret.— ^ : Advt- ,.,__ ? ^=a===a«===«=*== thi XktificlaTl teeth t English and American— nn Gold, Platinum, * Celluloid, and Vulcanite, *n AT MODERATE CHARGES. J« T. D. ALixANDER, J! SUROICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST, fo (Registered in London). | I* Consulting Room— THE BATHURST PHARMACY, WILLIAM STREET, Next R«yal Hotol^ E 'Assay Office, HUDSON BROTHERS' TIMBBIt YARD. BATHURST. WILLIAM F. ROBEKTS, (Of the School of Mines, lUllarat,) j' Assayer, Metallurgist...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

Heat at Greenwich— -The highest temper ature registered in (ho gun «»t Greenwich during the past summer was 102 tieg. fah. on July 28.

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