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

Assay Office, HUDSON BROTHERS1 TIMBER YARD BATHURST. I beg to announce that I have removed from Brown's Creek, and have fitted an Assay Office at the above address, equipped with the best appliances and apparatus, and am prepared to Assay or Analyze any samples of Ores, Minerals, Bullion, &c, forwarded to me, at the following fees : — Assay of Ores, Minerals, &c— For Gold... 10s. each Assay „ „ „ „ For Silver 10s. „ „ „ „ „ „ For Gold and Silver together 10s. „ „ Assay of Ores, Minerals, &c.-— For every other Metal of which the per centage is given ? 10s. „ ,, Analysis of Ores, Minerals, &s. — For each Metal of which the per centage is given ? 10s. „ „ Assay of Bullion ? 10s „ „ Samples of Ores can be forwarded to me from any part of the colonies at the rate of 4d. per half pound, which is sufficient for n, correct assay. Fees to be forwarded by j Post Office Order or in stamps. Correct assay guaranteed and the result promptly forwarded. Gold and Silv...

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

HOWARD'S O.B.U. GENERAL PURPOSE DOUBLE PLOUGH. Fitted with Patent Lifting and Steering Apparatus. The lifting out of work at Land's end is done entirely by the horses, the Plough man merely releasing a lever. ^^^^^H^^^^^^v::.7.j^c^^^Bbk^^/-.'^.-. ;. ' ;. .. ^^^^''^w u^BBHfi!\^^Hu J^^^ JIu^V M HARROWS ! HARROWS [ ! HARROWS 1 ! 1 i^T Inspect the assortment, the most varied and best in the district. L L Howard's 4-Beam Zig-zag Harrows, In general use throughout the world. They are strong, durable, and adapted to all kinds of work. CAN BE OBTAINED IN PAIRS OR SETS. No, 11—3 Harrows in set — 10 ft. wide ; weight, 247 lbs. No. 12 „ 94- ft. „ „ 196 lbs. No. 14 „ 8| ft. „ „ 143 lbs. SSft Howard's Patent Simplex Harrows. The tines, which a ie solid steel, are so formed that the ordinary cross-bars are dispensed with, each tine forming its own cross-bar and fitting into a wrought, iron block or clip. The bars are doubled flanged, combining lightness with great stiffness and strength. No. 11— ...

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

JAYE & FREEMAN,* Estimates given for Laying Water and Gas Pipes.^^^ 'Zs Fixing Gutter and Covering Roofs, CurvingJ^^I^H^I^Yr^ Iron for Tanks andVerandahs ; Supplyi^g^^S^^---^i^'k\^ and Fixing PUMPS, and all kinds of^oT b/jj! j\ pug it ^S^r^ ?fUB ^Ri, ^^Pipe and Fittings, Black Iron, GENERAL ^^\ ~!VSheet Lead- Copper, Brass, & Zinc ; mCKSMim^p X^^Gutter, Ridge Cap, Tanks, Baths, Stoves, A) ^''^^D^^cV^/Ovens, Gas Chandeliers & Globes, Crockery V )s^ yy^and Tinware, Bicycles and Fittings, ^^J^ffi^1 ?^BATHURST.*- ^ The following prices are for Net Cash paid over the counter at the time of purchase. A slight advance will be made on these prices if entered. 8. a. Acid, Tarteric ? 2 1\ per lb. Apples, prime dried ? 0 8,, Arrowroot ? 0 6£ „ i taking Powder, our own 0 4£ per tin Barley, Pearl ? 0 3£ per lb. Blacking, Day & Martin's 0 4£ per bot. j Blacking, Paste, best ? 0 5.J per doz. Biscuits, Soda ? 0 7 perlb. I Biscuits — Arrowroot, Coffee, i Rice, Wine, P...

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

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 iho ploughman, \vh-» always sit* in th« seat, a is nnt fatigued in tho slightest. The lifting j| ^^ # ytur is simp], ,-n, ! iT-cliv.-; iSk |l-u#h- Mjj^ttBJB^Biftv^BSB^SW^B man bringing into play a simple brake at- ^^jTWg ^?T^™^^^^^^r' tachment, which comes iato contact with ^—J^Bf »\ ^Bv^ the wheel. The onward motion of the J^&*. ,, ^v. m^^^ horses lifts the plough clran off the ground, mKmjjjjj^r ... ^V JHHJ|lfe:-:.^ ami whon in this position, the implement is ^HB^^^K^::^_^^'^^B^^^P^-- balanced on its wheels and self-supported. .,_.-^^SKB^^ttKI^^^^K^f^S^ HOWARD'S New Riding and Self- Lifting '©ANQfLOUSjHS. EW17BU P PA have these in both TWO . VV LuDD -X LU. and THREE furrow. |gT Without a doubt, before many years these ploughs will be in universal demand, and ploughs with handles be a thing of the past. -T- in....

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THE BATHURST PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1886

THE BATHURST PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT. The Bathurst Philharmonic Society's first concert was held on Wednesday evening last, in the School of Arts Hall. lv: The attendance was very good, considering the amount of excitement that has run so high in Bathuret during the past week or so. The dress circle was fairly well filled, and the stalls also. The pit, however, was rather thin, as usual when high class music is given. The opening overture, *'? La Dame de Tretle,' by Her many was very fairly rendered. Mr. C. V. Naylorsang ' King Sol ' also fairly well. Miss Stephens was pretty well at homo with the song known by thatimpronouncable name 'Va-hti,' by Bordcsi. Mrs. W. P. Cox played ?' Fantasie Impromptu,' op 66, by Chopin very nicely, but the' piece was hardly appreciated. Mr. G. H. MacDougal rendered his famous song 'Anchored,' by Adavts' in great style and justly received an encore, when he gave j as ' The Mill Wheel,' which also delighted the audience. Mrs. Boxhali then sang ?...

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

The Bathurst Post IS iiUDi;i8HBi- on the 15th of every month, and, having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : s. a. For the first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 6sT On and ifter the loth July next, advertisements ordered for a special position will be charged— s. d. For the 1st inch, or part thereof ? 3 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 *„,* A Diaoount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. Under the d'uftinguhlwd fklmfr Patronage of Lord Avgmtm JB/Bb* LOFTUS. BEAVIS BROS. & CO., ROYAL STUDIO, WILLIAM STREET, Bpg to announce the opening of New fnd 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 ar...

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

TJABERDASHEftY DEPARTMENT.— This 4- *? Department having received our special atten tion, will now be found replete with every requisite for the coming season. All shades of Fancy Dress Buttons in a variety of Designs. All shades of Twists. All shades of Machine Silks. AH shades of Machine Cottons. A-1 sha les of Trimming Braids. All shades of Crewel Silks, in plain and shaded. All designs in Transfer Patterns, &c, &c. In fact if ladies want to save trouble and expense, call at E. WEBB & CO.'S, where all thoir require ments can be met — combined with promptness and civility.— E. WEBB & CO. TN THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT the/ ??? are showing a very large and choice stock of Fancy Coatings, Trouserings; Vcstings, Overcoatings, &c, &c. For style, fit and workmanship, they can now undertake to produoc a a Coat, Trousers and Vest, equal to any Sydney or Melbourne house, and as they import direct from the English and Continental Manufacturers, ...

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WISE, UNWISE. & OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1886

WISE, UNWISE, & OTHERWISE. Ajbl editor avya : ** No animal can fight and cut At (he ?ante lime1 Ho ha* evidently never seen ft traveller at a tcn-mtnuteJi-f«r-luiMJh. ??'??.?- s// ' I see,' wttd an old lady, -? this fellow Adtt. is quoted * good deal I doa't fltok^te Jokai are verjyrpod, Hud they are mortl**teii-i^ »»W-»f I i. U ... ▲ adeotion from tix thousand Jejtteii of raer tae Great, which remained under fappretslon, ale to m pub lished. Peter mult have been »gn*t writer. He evidently sent in letters to the newspapers itnied ' Truth.' *? Old Subscriber,' ?? Veritas/1 and ' Vox Populi.' Such com. ! municatfonB are frequently suppressed. A certain judge having been called on at a public mating for a song, replied that it was not in his power to gratify the company. A wag, who was present, observed he was much surprised at the refusal, as it was notorious that numbers had been transported by bis voice. 'Tmapoor strolling player/' groaned a 'seedy, looking,' fellow to a gen...

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

j )^%OUUTU RAL IJVI PLEjvi ENTS, Alj of which can be thoroughly recouiineiided, as E, WEBB -Sr CO. make it a point of supplying none but the very best in all the respective classes. J : As the ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. HOWARD'S PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS, ? Possessing great strength j and rigidity. They 4 Cannot be Broken, Nor will they spring under the SEVEREST STRAIN. [?] They are fitted with a novel form of head, which enables the Ploughman, by simply I j 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 DAY'S WORK. HORNSBY'S SINGLE-FURROW PLOUGHS. F i-wheel ; FG, RB, LH, : and H 2-wheel, 1 All fitted with STEEL BREASTS, au-) I M P It 0 V E \) in) meet the requirements of the district. [?] m- THESE PLOUGHS ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO NEED FURTHER COMMENT DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS. The stock held by E. WEBB &...

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

JAMES W. SMITH, PRACTICAL # Chronometer, Walcti iul Clot Maker, Jeweller, Jc, fit _ iS^. jyOIJptT DlJtt, W. 11. lAVJXjOJf *l llim^M-STREET, BAT^URST, DESIRES to |jrtift|W|J»e lias always in stock a VERY CHOI-TE assortment of GOLD and SILVERM^wELLERY, of the latest and most novel designs, at prices which will bear fa vourj|1)ic Comparison with any house in the. Colony. Waltham Watches in great variety; ai80, a we and wen. selected stock of English Levers arid 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 OOOD8 MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. jAkf^S W.SMlfH, Williatn^street, Battiurst. THURSDAY, APRII. 15, 1886.

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

E. 'WEBB £& GO.'S SILKS, VELVETS, PLUSHES, COLOURED PLUSHES, occupying as they do the premier position as ma terial for Cloaks, Mantles, Dress Trimmings, &c, and from all the leading fashion papers and books they are t) be the correct thing for the coining season, we would draw special attention to the large and varied stock as we now hold, comprising all the newest shades, viz. — Chocea, Tabar, Mo-lore, Moussi, Reseda, Mauve, Burgundy, Ruby, Grenar.. Seal, Water c»'es-, Paori, MyrJs'1, -fc-5. The***' yor.dfs wt» ihd do at th* f«»l lowni;^ prices: — 5» 9 i, --* JM. 8s 61, 9a 6 1, iOs 61 p-r jiri FANCY VELVETS— Departing from the last ?, year's brocaded velvet, our shipments this season comprise all the newest. ': TTLSTERS, JACKETS, MANTLES FOR ^ Autumn and Winter. I E. WEBB & CO. have just opened their first consignment of the above goods, which for Price, ?' Style, Quality, and Assortment are not to be equalled I in tho Western district — I JACKETS.— In the ...

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RECEPTION OF THE GOVERNOR. (Reprinted from our SPECIAL ISSUE of the 8th instant.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1886

RECEPTION OF THE GOVERNOR (Reprinted from our SPECIAL ISSUE of the 8th instant.) 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 Society marched up in uniform to take part in the procession. The band arrived, and at 5 o'clock the whole, led by the Volunteers, mar...

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The Bathurst Show of 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1886

glut gattmrst £h-w of 1886. Our last show went off in the most splendid manner. The entries amounted to 1935, being larger than those sent in for any previous show. The exhibits came in very well indeed, only a few persons neglect ing to fill their arrangements. It is a pity for any one to send in entries for animals or things for any show, which they have any doubt of sending. The Secretary receives the entries ; iie must then get the necessary accommodation, and should the exhibit not come a blank space is left, as the numbers are arranged consecutively, This sort of thing tends to spoil a show. Every pen should be full, every stall full, every plank full. If not, the show looks naked and as though badly managed. When exhibits arc kept back and the Secretary of the Show wants the affair to be a success, he often has to get extra men to work at the last moment to re-place short exhibits. We trust the hint here given will be acted on, and that the exhibitors here and elsewhere will ...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXIX. HE MIXES IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

A ^A© ^dtS DIARY. CHAPTER XXIX. HE MIXES IN POLITICS. Dear diry, did you know Lizzie fell into the cistern yesterday ? Such a hoi ring and sere ruing all over the house and people running to get her out fore she got drownded, an Johnny's father's hired man coming over in a hurry with a ladder, you never see! He put the ladder down and fished her out and brung her up, an Bess she cot hold of her, an mamma was scroming to Betty an Cook to warm some blankets cause she was so driping wet, an took the poor child away from Bess — and, after all they found they ncde not be in such a hurry — it was not Lifcaie after all, but a false girl I made an thru in, — I got Lizzie to lie lo behind the wood-shed wile I I throwed it in an yelled ' O,'O, O, she'l be drown ded-— O poor Lib.' So then they came and saw the dummy in the cistern, and began to make the offlust fuss. It was real unjust of papa to send me to my room without mj supper, just cause . folks don'tr Idiot * fal8f fW ^n# 4Pey «d-'if**...

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GOOD WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

GOOD WIVES. A little brother of the ' Gcorgie Hackett ' type (see Bad Boy's Diary) sent his newly-married sister the following didactic poem : — ' Good wives to snails should be akin, Always their houses keen within : But not to carry (fashion's hacks) All they are worth upon their backs. Gocd wives like city clocks should be, Exact with regularity ; ?But not like city clocks, so load, Be heard by all the vulgar crowd. Good'wives, like echoes, should be true, And spsak but v.hen they're spoken to ; Yet not like echoes, so absurd ! To have for ever the last word.' To which the exasperated lady replie'd : — ' 1 hate the wives that go like snails (The creeping things with na«ty tails!) And wives like city clocks, would be Intolerable unto m-\ They're always saying, ' You'll be late 1' — One likes a quiet, peaceful mate. And wives who echo all you say Would not be worth their salt, I say. Boys 1 don't get wrong ideas of wives, Or you'll be wretched all your lives.' Furthermore, being bl...

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

ENORMOUS SALE AT E.WEBB& El. 8 COMMENCES THURSDAY, May 2O/A, 1 886.

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

3E5« ip^r XS 13 IB -S£ C? ^-« :^ Invite special attention to their very exoellent assortment of STOVES, RANGES, AJMD GRATES,! ALL OF WHICH HAVE BEEN IMPORTED DIRECT FROM THE VARIOUS MANUFACTURERS OF i ENGLAND AND AMERICA. I;; In AMERICAN STOVES, E Webb and Co. have endeavoured to secure the very best styles, and in placing them before the public, are convinced that they ! will give unqualified satisfaction. Having made^a special line of these goods, they can recommend them with the greatest confideuce as the most servicable l:i stoves in the market. They are fitted with tlu automatic oven rest, and the latest improvement in the arrangement of drdft, so as to do the groatest amount S of work with the least quantity of fuel. . . , ?? j ; : ! i V ^ '.,', t ? ? i : . . . . . ? ' - ' : ' : ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' l ' ' In RANGES, the stock is replete with a very large variety, comprising— Ranges, 42 inches wide, with oven and side .boiler, at £9 fa and £10 17^ ^!^ 48 inches, double ovens, with a...

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Our Sydney Butter. 10th May, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

-®ur £gdneg Setter. j FUOM OUR OWN COItUESI'ONDKNT.J 10th May, J88G. The Easter holidays woro, as usual, magnificently patronized by ' the madding- crowd ' — in tram, tr»in, and steamer — particularly in the trains ; for I heard of a lot of folk who wont to see our brave defenders on the National Park, going about 10 a.m. in cattle-trucks, reaching there about 1 p.m., starting back again about 2.30 p.m., And arriving in Sydney at 9 p.m. Now, who wouldn't give first class fare for such a first-class outing in such a splendid carriage as a cattle-truck, and bo allowed to stand all the time too? Truly, the management of our railways passeth comprehension ! and without any de?ire to be profane, we are a people ' long suffering and slow to anger,' or eke vre should long ago have demanded a radical change in every depart ment of our so-called Civil Service. I think they have, however, placed railway employees without the pale of that august body. But any of these things Iwill move us to a...

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

NEW BOOKS. T R. Sc A. JONES Jiave just received the j ? following Books ? — The INDU8TBIAL SKLF-INSTRUCTOR. WYLLARD'S WEIRD, hy Miss Braddou. FORTUNE'S FAVOtJRITE, by E. J. Worboise. FOR THE TERM OF HIS NATURAL LIFE (An Aus tralian Tale. Cheap Edition). EltEB£.0£t MEALS, by Mary Hooper. LITTIiB DINNERS. Also, a new lot of Fancy and Plain STATIONERY in Boxes, Is. each j or, JOs. 3d. per doz. 100,000 Cream Laid ENVELOPES, Good Quality, 6s. per 1000. tST MUSIC BOUND in Limp and Stiff Bindings. J. R. & A. JONES, Booksellers and Stationers, William-street, Bathurst. JOHNWADE&CO'S CELEBRATED CORN FLOUR IS ONE OF THE .MOST DELIGHTFUL PREPARATIONS r FOR FOOD IN THE WORLD TT was awarded First Prize at the Inter ?^ national Exhibition, Sydney, 1880 ; and a Gold Medal at the Calcutta Exhibition, 1884. Sold by all Grocers and Storekeepers in Pound and Half-pound Packets. John Wade & Co.'s CORN FLOUR, A. Card. a. dTn* n i s, . HAIRDRESSER, &c, DUDLEY HOUSE, Howick...

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

?: ,«?-,;; ;s. ? AMD ? . ??? J. NC PXtJL, Qjnarigeirj Importers and Manufacturers of Every TBescrifrtion ,of Bdddlery. Received h telf perfi.^. Port V4ctu and Amalli, A L?arge St^k of Side Saddles, Buggy i Httfeiess, Bridles, &c, Which they are tolling ^ VERY LOW PRICES. Under ttwdittlnguMuid WLaLjfr Patronage of Lori Avrjvttn* JBm3k* L0FTU8. BEAVIS 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 tc take our Best Pioturea In Dull or Cloudy Weather. CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS. A Special Instaneous Lens used for above without extra charge. Oar prices will be found most moderate CABINETS, a Speciality, perdoz. 30s. Oarte-de-Visite. and any style or pos...

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