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

B Gas Shares. — The whole of the money called HI Up on gas shares in the United Kingdom is under Hi thirty millions sterling. K When an editor secures ' information from a ? distinguished source ' he is giving a sly hint that H| lie has interviewed himself. H; An old maid at Aintree, being at a loss for a Hj| pirxiashioo, made use of an onion. On the follow H|iag morning site found all the needles had tears in HI their eyes. H| Money Spent in Electric Lighting. — H|$etWeen 1875 and 1883 the amount of capital em H| barked in electric lighting companies of various ?| kinds in Great Britain was £12,319,264. H; A horse-dealer, in showing off a spirited nag Hi' to a customer, received a kick in his ribs, and, H^ although smaititfg under the pain, made up the best HI face he could, and exclaimed, '?' Pretty playful H' creature ! ' H; An Editor intimates : ' Persons sending us H' poems will please to write on only one side of the H sheet, and use white paper, so that if the article is H- l...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

fHE Bathurst Agricultural, Horticultural, and Pastoral Society's Show of 1886 will long be remembered, not only in Bathurst, but throughout the whole of the West. The improvements on the Show Ground speak well for the wealth and energy of the people of Bathurst and district. The Main Building, though not the most artistic in the world, is large and commanding, and has recently been painted. The Band Stand is one of the prettiest, if not the prettiest in Australia, and does credit to its designer} as does also the Conservatory of Messrs. Mugridge Bros. The Poultry Shed is another creditable structure, but unfortunately is not long enough, and badly wants completing for protection against the cold winds. Weatherboards placed from the ground upwards for about 4ft. and then finished with glass, would make this shed all that could be desired. Sheep Exhibitors ought to be much pleased with the beautiful pens and shed for their animals, which latter certainly, must feel more proud than the...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

OUR PRINCESS.. For some years past one noble personage has been known to us and to the millions of England esppcially, as ' Our Princess ' — we need hardly say we refer to the Princess of Wales. She won the hearts of the people of Great Britain on her arrival in that tight little island, and from that day to this, she has not only held her own, but has increased her popularity, anl endeared herself in the verv hearts of all English people, to such an extent that the whole nation would go into tears should any thing serious happen her. How has our noble Princess accomplished this ? By her beauty ? cer tainly not. Beauty goes a long way, but is only skin deep, and unless there was something more than mere beauty in appearance about the Princess of Wales, we would have heard scarcely anything of her. ' Our Princess ' has a most lovely face, but she has in addition to this a charming and fascinating manner that takes with all parson*, and beyond these attractions she has a large heart, ...

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

? w iif ^i^' Concertina Dodor, Bellows Maker, Inventor of theScrewed Levers * (BY MEANS OF WHICH CONCERTINAS CAKNCT GET OUT OF ORDER). T~ ' HE ONLY PLACIO in lkilmrst to ar**t. a GOOD INSTRUMENT. A single tf feSS^^^^SL - «. ? ? ????? ? — wm ? one of my VIOLINS it CONCERTINAS is worth the wholo ^^Mim^m^^m^ Im MHul T^^^tB (barring Pianos ari'l Orgaus, which 1 don't touch, as they are no chop) of any one el so, ^KS^MB^BBWy » a iJBBBCifcMi »r *a ^c ^'e nx Bathurst. ^ *1(i larKcst ami best stock in the colony— at present larger ^BBsBMSBjlliy U /ail^BHi|fiBBpaBM^gl^^|^ than all the wholesale and retail houses in Sydney combined. (I here allude io good ^BbbSHb»Wm||^ % B^MHHlIaP^n^BHsS? English-made insirunionts only, not to Gonnau rubbish, which is only lit to light lires ^^^^^^BP^ v ^ v ^~ — Cheap Violins of Good Tone, and Excellent Whitman- g^^^ ship, at Prices to astonish people win? ?SHgSI have been accustomed to deal wiih the ^BN- Sydney Jews. ^^^^a^^jB^M^ Violins Repaired ? | ^ s^WMM...

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OUR GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

? ^ ? OUR GOVERNOR. Lono Cajuungton has now been in New South Wales for four months. Long before he reached our shores we read accounts of him that raised our expectations. The sporting world became alive, and all persons began to wonder whether our new Governor would be more of a Prince or King than were his predecessors. Events have shown that all the accounts we read oi L-oru uarnngton were true. While he holds the highest position in the colony — being: the representative of our most gracious Queen, he never allows empty pride to enter his head. 1 Lord Carringtnn is our Governor and Coramander in-Chief. While the public have immense regard and respect for such a man at the head of our social and political affairs, our volunteers should have an especial regard for him, being, as he is, their Com mander-in-Chief. For many years to come our present Governor will be known as the ' Popular Governor ' — a title he has wjn for himself, and one that he well deserves, and we trust he may...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECEPTION OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

RECEPTION OF THE GOyERNOR. The reception given the Governor at the Bathurst Railway Station last evening, was the grandest and most enthusiastic ever extended to any Representa tive of the Crown visiting these parts. The time that the train was to arrive with the Vice-Regal party was 5.30 p.m. At about 4.30, people swarmed to the station like bees — from the Show Ground the town (or city), and all parts of the country. Here we saw the gentry of the district, their wives and daughters, the working man, his household, and the farmers and their families, all looking merry and jolly at the idea of soon seeing the Governor and his good Lady. Precisely at 4.30 the volunteers formed up in goodly numbers on the square. Almost immediately afterwards the members of the Holy Catholic Guild and the Hibernian Sooiety marched up in uniform to take part in the procession. The band arrived, and at 5 o'clock the whole, led by the Volunteers, marched towards the station. After going down a street tha...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADY CARRINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

? ^ ? LADY CARRINGTON. Lucky as New South Wales is in having such a good Governor as Lord Carrington, and words fail us to express our delight at our good fortune, we ore far and away more fortune in that Governor's having «uch a noble, pretty, and good wife. Those who have seen the Princess of Wales must be re minded of her the mompnt they sen the charming and t graceful Lady Carrington. We have little doubt, but that our Governor has to thank his wife for many time£ pointing to certain cases of distress 'i that her kcejilfe has .observed, when his business has prevented him using his usual watchfulness. It is with no small amount of pleasure that we, the Editors of this small, harmless, and inexpensive paper, hand our readers e beautifully prepared litho graph of tiorcl and LadyiO^tington in commemora tion of their visit to this city to opejft our Agricul tural Show. . The portraits are very true and are a credit to the printer — although we say it wjio should not. The thoughtful ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

G. WHALAN, J0B P^IJIVE^ Howick Street, Bathurst. Orders by Post receive prompt and careful attention, and no pains spared to please customers. PUR CAPES. FUR CAPES. FUR ^ CAPES. — We are now showing our new stock of the above goods, also Furs of all kinds by the yard for trimming Jackets, &c, &c. See our Fur Capes at 5s lid and 7s lid, which for quality and cheapness cannot be surpassed. — E. WEBB & CO. T ADIES' SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.— ?*— ' We have a splendid assortment of laidies' coloured silk handkerchiefs just to baud, the colours are simply superb, rnd include all the newest shades. Prices From Is lid to 4s 9d each. Inspection kindly invited. E. WEBB & CO.

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UNFORTUNATE SCENERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

UNFORTUNATE SCENERY. The dry times have made such havoc on our once !. beautiful plains, that it is really distressing to gaze on them. The thousands of visitors must wonder in amazement what keeps Bathurst going, for as they stand and look round, they see nothing but rows of undulating sandhills, so far as the naked eye can discern. This is a sad picture to throw the evee over, but yet it must be done. In the midst of it all, we find our plucky, and energetic people acting John Bull-like, going on as though the seasons were grand, holding the largest and best show ever yet held on this side of the Blue Mountains. *' Bathurst is done,' ' You Bathurst people arc dead,' are words we have lmd to listen to more than once of late. Bathurst is sorely distressed for want of rain we will admit, but there is life in the old place yet, i as all our readers can vouch for. j A LUCKY DAY* 3 must soon come — some enormous mineral ' finds ' j will soon turn up, and a great rush will take place 1 a...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

E. TKTESBB SS, CO.'S SILKS, VELVETS, PLUSHES, COLOURED I PLUSHES, occupying a9 they I do the premier position as ma I terial for Gloaks, Mantles, Dress I Trimmings, &c, and from all the I leading fashion papers and bonks I they are to be the correct thing I {or the coming season, we would I draw special attention to the large I and varied stock as we now hold, I comprising all the newest shades, I ?iz. — I Chocca, Tabar, Modore, Moussi, I Reseda, Mauve, Burgundy, I Ruby, Grenat, Seal, Water I cress, Paon, Myrtle, &c. I Thef e goods we can Ho at th- f-»l- I lowing prices: — 5s 9d, (i* 9tl,j I 8s Gd, 9s 6d, 10s Gd per yard. pPANOY VELVETS— Departing from the last Lk gear's brocaded velvet, our shipments this season 1 : comprise all the newest. ? FTLSTERS. JACKETS, MANTLES FOR I *** Autumn and Winter. I E. WEBB & CO. have just opened their 6rst I consignment of the above goods, which for Price, I Style, Quality, and Assortment are not to be equalled I in the Wes...

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

JAMES W. SMITH, PRACTICAL * Chronometer, latch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, h ; -NBXTMa. W. H. PAUL'S), WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST, DESIRES to notify that he has always iu stock a VERY CHOICE iteftjffment of GOLD and SILVER JEWELLERY, of fhe latest and most novel designs, at prices which will bear favourable comparison with any house in the Colony. Waltham Watches in great variety; ai8o, a iarge and weii seiected stock of English Levers and Genevas by the best makers. J. W. S. being well known as a competent workman, all REPAIRS entrusted to his care will be promptly and skilfully executed. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. JAMES W. Smith, William-street, Batfcttirst. 9k* §attarst §nt ~~ THURSPAyTaPRIL 8, 1886.

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

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BATHURST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL, AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL EXHIBITION, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 8 April 1886

'warn agricultural, mm\m m ANNUAL EXHIBITION, 1886. of tiie classes. * A— Horses I Mt Kay *»:»= Syndicate, specia. pnac ! f with this animal flhln:nn over 3 years. First prize, ii fine lot Cup, l u »»J» * » over 3 years. First I Class ll-^t-°^n?ra^tmJate Uentrii; credit to ! J prise, £2 ; secon ^ «™ ^ . 2ad WilHam Kite ! j to Orange tat week. l*b I^»». -^ £2 ^ i ^^rt'^ri- 'Tst/johnVton; **» ,:s Christian 9mow1 vii-st uri/.e. £2 : sccoml, ? 1 Class H.-Draught Filly, \^j^ ^ D * 'usick I certificate. I entries. W^T hg y . / ^ ^ ^^ Class 15.-Draught Colt, 3 yeai*, i n i tIwbu . ; j certificate. 5 entries l-M^ W ^ ^ £2 . second, : Class 16.-Draught Fitly, 2 years. » i« 1 K certificate. S entries 1st, R 1 ratiey ?? ' d ! ( ! Class 17-Draugbt ^ g\ J» J^ fJSl, J Muldoon certificate. 2 ! entries 1st Win kim , , secoiid Class lS.-Dranght Filly, 1 year . ^ J^V tnd, tt Burden ! certificate. 4 entries 1st, D Mmpny . . ^ i ClaSB ialDrarSaS^ SK» X winner being same second, certificate. / en™u» . ....

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXVIII. HE TAKES PART IN THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1886

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXVIII. HE TAKES PART IN THE ELECTION. I don't know as I shall sosheate with littlle Johnny after this ; he is too yung for me, an1 Lizzie says she wanders I will go with a little boy of his age — I 0 to go with older boys. She is nearly 'leven, han eonae as a picture, such grate black eyes, sucn stile ! She ts bang up, I tell you. She is visiting to our house, witch mamma says is all rite ; she is older thau Georgie, an' cm kepe out of mischif. I cannot out oph her hair, because it is olreddy cut oph. So we are grate friends. She aperes to be very fond of me, an9 1 urn offul fond of her. She has a way of waring her bang that is killing. I ask Betty last ! night, confideushal, what made my heart go so quick when liizzie come in the room, anf she laffed aud 1*1M like it was a wry funny question to ask an then she said:' Don't you know, Georgie,' an' I n|^,4*No,' an' she said,*1 Why, you little goose, you ore m love ;' but she promised she would Mot tell Vau...

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

W. H. PAUL, Bathurst, AND J. M. PAUL, Orange, Importers and Manufacturers of Every Description of Saddlery. Received lately per S.S. Port Victo and Amalfi, A Large Stock of Side Saddles, Buggy Harness, Bridles, &c, Which they are selling at VERY LOW PRICES. G. SMITH & CO, TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and GASFITTERS. TANKS. TANKS TANKS made to order at lowest prices ; GUTTER found i and fixed ; RIDGE CAPPING ; all kinds of TIN goods in stock and made to order. ' PLUMBING in all its branches ; HOT and COLD WATKR ARRANGEMENTS a special feature. ALL SORTS OF GASFITTlNGS, Stop Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets ; ALBO CARBON Clusters supplied and fixed. All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones found and fixed. GEORGE SMJTH & CO., LOWER WILLIAM STREET, ? BATHURST ?

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

A. GIrTRELL' GLASS AND SIGN WRITER, PAINTER, GEORGE STREET, BATHURSf. WALL PAPERS, MIXED PAINTS, VARNISHES, &c, in Stock. IMPORTANT FACTS ! Who cuts your hair so neat and fine, And out of others takes the shine 1 lie is a native of thh- town ?— C. GWILLIAM. Who shaves the very best in town, For which he has gained just renown. And never causes you to frown ?— C. GWILLIAM. Who gives you such a nice shampoo, Which gives to your cheeks heaven's rich hue, And makes a happy man of you?— G. GWILLIAM. Where arc wo to get this treat / Tis to he got iu William-street, Where over the door in letters neat, You sec C. GWILLIAM.

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Our Sndney Setter. 10th March. 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1886

®ur $%&\\t\x StHp. i FROM OUR OWN OOUHKHroNDKNT. I 10th March. 3886. 10E8E arc indeed stirring times in the political vvorld. ^lie Budget speech has had a good share of comment ; but it i* pretty certain the proposals of tje government will be carried into effect pretty ?sarly, as sketched by Sir Patrick Jennings. (By die way, I hope my readers \v«ll scanned the quota tion lie made from an old budget speech of Mr. Gladstone's, for it is a capital illustration of that marvellous power of wit and wisdom that made his Midget speeches some of his most attractive efforts, and certainly stamped them rs the most effective and powerful financial orations ever listened to in the English House of Commons.) The advalorem duties will be strenuously opposed on several grounds, mainly because they rob us of our long vaunted and proudly held Free Trade principles, i,nd on account of so small a per centago requiring uch a large i net ease in the customs staff to effectually work it. The inc...

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"IMPORTANT TO SMOKERS." (The Editor BATHURST POST.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1886

« IMPORTANT TO SMOKESS.' (The Editor Batrcrbt Post.) SIR,— Permit me in the interests of the smoking pubta to emphatically refute the notion, that I understand has found a certain amount of credence, within the last month — to wit — that genuine Havannah and Manila Cigars cannot be obtained in Bathurst. For proof to the contrary, I invite those interested to pay me a visit and I will undertake to sell not only the above, but the most known brands of American aud Colonial, light and dark, smoking and chewing tobaccos, in plug, twist, packet or loose cut. Irish Roll being ? speciality (highly praised by those who smoke it). In catering for the popular taste, years of ex perienoe have enabled me to command the latest novelties, as they arrive direct from America and the Continent. The renowned health pipes are now the acknowledged pipe of the day, ask to eee them. With your permission, Mr. Editor, I will take the advantage of this occasion to publicly thank those of my patrons who have...

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

NOTE THE PRICES— Hairoutting 0d., Shaving 6d., Shampooing Is. Ladies' Hairoutting, is. Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, and Snufts 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-street, Bathurst (opposite Town Hall.) %* Two first-class Hands constantly-engaged attending to Customers. 0. GWILLIAM, Proprietor. 'WILLIAMS BR0S7 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. SMITHY AND SHOEING FORGE, Russell -street, Bathurst, A. CHADWICK BEGS to inform his friends and the public that I he has commenced business as Irlorse-shoer and General Smith In tfio JHOP in KUSSELL STREET recently occupioJ by Mr. Hatfield. And he hopes by strict attention to business, good workmanshi...

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