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

Where Retrenchment Should Begins— The Evtning News of the 10th inst. says : — *'! When* in September last, Captain A. P. B. Loftus was gazetted secretary to the Executive Commissioner for New South Wales at the Indo-Golonial Exhibition, the announcement caused slight stir. It was a decided surprise. A good many people hew raised their voices in astonishment ; not a few placoi their fingers knowingly to tooir noses and* ' winked aloud, ' as who should say, ' We understand all about that little affair,* while inquisitive people generally wanted to know what claim Captain Loftue had upon the country to entitle him to a snug little perquisite of £600 a year* with £1 a day travelling expenses) and also whether it wasn't possible to have found somebody with stronger claims to recognition, and quite as fit for the position. The simple explanation of the appointment itself is to be found in the fact that the favored individual was the son of the then Governor of the colony, Lord Augustus Lo...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

G. SMITH & CO., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and GASFITTERS. TANKS. '' TANKS TANKS made to order at Lowest prices ; G OTTER found and fixed ; RIDGE CAPPING ; all kinds of TIN goods in stock aud made to order. PLUMBING in all its branches; HOT and GOLD WATER ARRANGEMENTS a special feature. ALL SORTS OF GASFITTlKGS, Stop Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets ; ALBO CAKBON Clusters supplied and fixed. All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones found and fixed. GEORGE S¥JTH & CO., LOWER WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST OCCIDENTAL HAIRDRESSING SALOON, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. steveIennis, PROPRIETOR, Hairdresser and Tobacconist. Choice assortment of CIGARS, PIPES, & PERFUMERY, Ladies' Hair Worked to Order. Private Room for Ladies. D U DLEY HOU SiE, HOWICK-STRBBJT, BATHURST. POOKSELLER, S T A T I O N E R, AND J-- TOBAOOONJST. HENRY BOXHALL, PROPRIETOR. Assay Office, HUDSON BROTHERS* TIMBER YARD ? ? * » BATHURST. I beg to announce that I have removed from Brown's Creek, and h...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW WE CLEANED THE STOVE. The Experience of Three Young Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

HOW WE CLBAHEJp THE tr^VE, The Experience of Three Young House keepers. 'Twab In the glorious summer-time, December '85, Three maidens (up the ' Western Line ') A great (?) »clierae did contrive. IthaDneaed Uius— A natron feir WOTfoWa to Sydn^ city, Leaving her house onto the care Of sisters y-i&g and pretty. So, to her house they go next day , Accompanied by a friend, (As inexperienced as they— But glad her aid to lend.) They ope the doors and windows wide To let in Heaven's m ; Then, broom and dusters they provide, And sweep and dust with care. They make thejbed, and trim U» lamps— They fill the vase with flowers— t In these bright morning hours. When everything in order lies, Then, 'kitchenward' they rove — And one of them with laughter cries— s ' Suppose we clean tlte stove ! ' With merry laugh they all agree To undertake the task — But soon the inexperienced three, A host of questions ask. 44 1 wonder where these ashes go .' ' Says one, with look of doubt. Another cries...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

JAMES W. SMITH, Ctironflfneter^ Katcti and Clock Maker, Jeweller, k ?? v *i&. 'm ^ 4'v^Jbxt Mb. w. H. PAUL'S), % * ^^%,IAk-STREET, BATHURST, DESIRE|tp^otify that he has always in stock a VEftY CHOICE assortment of GOLD and SIL'^K -JEWELLERY, of the latest and most novel designs, at prices which will bear fayotSble comparison with any house in th* Colony. Wailnam Watches in great variety; aiso, a u^e and wen. selected s^ck 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. jAMEfe/W. SMITH, William-street, Batbmrst. Th§ Bkthurst Post TS pub li 8hed on the 15th of every month, and, ??? having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : 8. (1. For the first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 49* ...

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

JAYE & FREEMAN.** Estimates given for Laying Water and Gas Pipes^^^c, -^ Fixing Gutter and Covering Roofs, Curving^^^V^wT) Iron for Tanks andVerandahs ; Supplying^^C^^v^^c^^vu and Fixing PUMPS, and all kinds of^jT Qyjhe Depot PLUMBING II. ^^^°\T^¥a OVEN M A K E R ^g^fckt gSSS ^Nj V/Pipe and Fittings, Black Iron, GENERAL s^\ ^^Sheet Lead, Copper, Brass, & Zinc ; HLjMOTmj^ Tanks, Baths, Stoves, ^j ^^^^aPX/^Ov6118) Gas Chandeliers & Globes, Crockery v ) ,/ Vy^and Tinware, Bicycles and Fittings, ^.mSkw^S^ 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. s. d. ?Acid, Tartaric ? 2 7£ per lb. Apples, prime dried ? 0 8 „ Arrowroot ? 0 6$ „ Baking Powder, our own 0 4£ per tin Blacking, Day & Martin's 0 4£ per bot. Blacking, Pa6te, best ? 0 6£ perdoz. Biscuits, Soda ? 0 7 per lb. Biscuits — Arrowroot, Coffee, Rice, Wine, Pr. of Wales 0 8 „ Biscuits, Water ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

Libel A&ion. — The Western Independent ob tained a verdict of £10 against The Times the other day for an alleged libel. Damages to the tune of £1000 were claimed, but the jury thought it would be very well it the two last nougats were left out, and returned their verdict accordingly for the sum of £10. Each side was kept in suspense for somtj days as the judge would not certify for costs without consulting his co-judges in Sydney. After due consideration, they decided that it would be best for each side to pay his own. We have reason to feel thankful that no serious law-suits have been brought against its. Our ' suits ' seem to Jit well, hence, no doubt the reason we have escaped actions. A% 9 meeting of the railway employee's held n. Sydney the other day, one speaker, ( Mr. Hoyl« / described Mr. Lyne's answer to their proposal of forming themselves into a union, as weak, feebU, and evasive. Ministers for Works seem as thouf.a they were not going to get their pay for nothinr...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cat's Paw. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1886

§he (tot's §stv. - 1 » The above is a most common expression among diplomats. Oat here we seldom hear of the expression as -referring to anything but ?' tabby.' Some years ago Russia made good use of Servia as her cat's Daw. — (nerhaDs we should sav bear's mw). At the present time the grizzly bear is making th» same use of Greece that she made of Servia. Most of our readers, no, doubt, are aware that Greece has been making demands from Turkey which the latter considers she has no right to get. The demands of the bellicose Greeks were backed up by active preparations for war, and it was evident to the Great Powers that Turkey and Greece would soon be hard at battle. The Great Powers, fearing that hostilities botween these two countries might cause a general conflagration in Europe, determined to compel Greece to disarm her forces. They sent their fleets to Greek waters, and held out threats At first, the Greeks were saucy ; then they became elastic, and now they have added tincture o...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1886

GREAT SALE ? STILL ? -COJMTINUES ? £J- ? E. WEBB & CO.S. -?) ? i ? .(.?.'? — IN EVERY PEPARTMENT Throughout the Whole Establishment. Fresh REDUCTIONS in BOOTS I SHOES, FOR A SHORT TIME. . SEE THE LEVANT E.S., Children's Sizes, 6, 7, and 9, at 3s 7d SEE THE LEVANT E.S., Girls', 10, 11, 12, and 13, at 4s 3d SEE THE LEVANT E.S., Maids'. 1 and % at 4s 8d SEE THE LEVANT E.S.. Women's, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, at 4s 9d SPECIAL VALUE IN BRASSWARE SPECIAL VALUE IN IRONMONGERY SPECIAL VALUE IN BRUSHWARE SPECIAL VALUE IN CROCKERY SPECIAL VALUE IN DRAPERY SPECIAL VALUE IN CLOTHING SPECIAL VALUE IN SHIRTS, &c. SPECIAL VALUE IN MILLINERY. I. WEBB & CO.

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PHILANTHROPY ABUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1886

PHILANTHROPY ABUSED. (From the Daily Telegraph May, 1886.) Mr. Epaminondas Podgebs was a solicitor upon whose education had been expended a email fortune. To the fond parents of Epami nondas money was no object. It took fully £2000 * - make a lawyer of him, and he was Lut anind terent specimen at that. To perfect him in'th' $&*t Milliards Mud devil's pool, Heav^ of^ ? iWigj^lace onl|#nows fc6w tnuch Up! b-sen squandered. In the art of concocting drinks he had taken the highest degrees obtain able in the colony, at a cost which caused the paternal pursestrings to strain violently under the test. An illuminated certificate upon the point of his proboscis bore testimony to the un tiring, industry he had exercised in exploring the m*56t recondite depths of this vast science. Such were the qualifications of Epaminondas for get ting a living when he eventually found himself left to his own devices through the cutting off of the paternal supplies. He took an office in Cute Btreet, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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OUR MEMBER IN THE HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1886

OUR MEMBER IN THE HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT. We are glad to see that the 'Hon. F. B. Suttor is moving towards the right direction in his new posi tion in the Assembly. As Postmaster-General we know little of him. We find that he has submitted certain ways of making his department pay, and thus help to meet the enormous deficit recently in curred by a reckless management on the part of our legislators* He pointed out that thiough our car rying newspapers free of charge all over the country, we lose something over £80,000 per annum ; and further, that this concession on the part of the De partment is running the amount up rapidly, as many persons were sending circulars all over the country as newspapers. He therefore suggested that a post age be charged on newspapers to cover expenses. This is what ought to have been done years ago, but no previous Postmaster- General was game to pro pose the tax on the newspapers, simply because they feared what the newspapers might say of them. We hate no...

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

JAMES Wt SMITH, PRACTICAL 'i Chronometer, latch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, & ^ jj*tar Me. W. H. PAUL'S), C f|Wt||WAM-STRE©T, BATHURST, T^^SIRE8Hon^ that he has always in stock a VERY CHOICE assortment of GOLD and *?' SILVER JEWELLERY, of the latest and most novel designs, at prices which wilt bear favourable comp»ri«on with any house in the Colony. Waltharn Watches in great variety; ai8o, a iarge and wen. ?eieotod atock of English Levers and Genevas h7 the best maker*. 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. JAMBS W. SMITH, vyilliam-street, Bathurst. The Bathurst Post IS mjblibhid on the 15th of every month, and, hairing the most extensive circulation o! any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : i. -l. For the flrtt inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 49* On and \...

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

MUGRIDGE BROS., sra m mills ii jop WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OF EVERY 0E0RIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashefc Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes 'Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. ? . White Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles j Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. I LIME, CEMENT, PLASTEB. I GALVANIZED IRON, 1 FIREWOOD AND COAL Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of I JOINERS' WORE. j Afu%ridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TTMBBR MERCHANTS. I '^GEORGE SMITH, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR] All kinds of Jobbing Work done. 1 ESTIMATES GIVEN. I DURHAM STREET, BATHURSff Printed for the nmnrii»tow bv OwYNDWR WiTALAJSu ut WnGonfiB Print'nir ?'W-'- S«»i«v-1 of Art* Building*, Howioknrtraot, Bathur&B

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THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1886

THE TIMES. Commercial Traveller (just arrived from Sydney, and representing a house much overstocked): ' Good morning, Mr. ? . Fine morning, fine wea ther this. Plenty of rain, plenty of money about now.' Country Storekeeper : ' Good morning. Glad to bear that there is plenty of money about. C. T. : ' Fine trains — grand crops — flood prices for produce ; plenty money now, surely. ' C. S.i ' Yes, if our farmers vrcrc as smart as you, and their crops would grow, and they be able to turn them into money as fast as you can talk. Now, just you listen to me for one minute. We have had rain, grand rain, but it came too late to do much immediate good ; it is far too cold now for the grass to grow much. Stock can only just exist on what grows now. As to there being plenty of money about among the farmers, they, poor fellows cannot get any benefit from these rains until next Christmas or after, and even then much depends on the spring, as to the farmers* chances of a good haul.' C. T. : ' Oh...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XXX. HE IS DISCOURGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1886

A &±® B6Y'S D I A R Y. CHAPTER XXX. HE 18 DI6C0UBOED. Not ft friend in that grate city ! Not a penny in my pokkit! Midnite on tha deep! O, what a fraud are all our.expectashunp. I thought of all the little bbys I*d erer read of that got lost. I said to myself it was in this -very city poor Charlie Boss was stole. I think X roust have hnd the histcricks, for I burst into teres an sobbed as if my heart wood brake. T am generaly ashamed to shed teres, they do look so like I was a baby or a female, but I was dreadful homesick and jnst n teeny weeny bit afrade something rai#ht happen, my poor mamma might never see her darling child agane. A lady herd me sob an lencd forward an said : ' Poor little boy, is there anything the matter, have you got the stunimikake ? Here are some pepper mint drops, take a fa.' Then I tole her about the dam bake — how I got pushed on the cars on my way to school, an was put on the train to come home an fell ftftlppe, an went past our town like a strek...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 June 1886

fl Manufacturer's Error. lypONSCPNMENT ??'?? fifa — ' ??'?/??? ? 50 DOZ. DflllS TO BE SOLD EIGHT AWaY, ALMOST AT ONCE A MANUFACTURER in the Nortlum Hemi* J^*- * sphere^ knowing that we sell almost everything t sent (he above consigntnent of Dolls direct to us. We do not profess to KEEP them in Stock, so have deter' mined to clear them right out at our EXTRAORDINARY -S A. Xm 3E3 They arc a roost beautiful lot, consisting of Inde structible, vfith a variety of charming complexions in all sizes, to suit all tastes. THE ROSY CHEEKS — AND — RUBY LIPS! of some of the lovely YOUNG LADIES would make even the Bathurst Beauties envious if they only saw them. — EC C O N O Nf Y— should bo studied by all parents 1 None know what a season may briug. To-day we may be wealthy or in comfortable circumstances, to-morrow we may , be ruined through the fearful perils of the earth — to wifc, the recent catastrophics in New Zealand. Hence all parents should teach their little girls to make their own dres...

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

$ur £nditen $ett(i\ I rnoM our own correspondent.! June 10th. 1886. KoAncELY hare we recovered our breath after the Ejrful details of the catastrophe at Green Cnp-», when Ce art *&&in thrown on our beam ends, as it were, Ey the news of another terrible disaster ; this time ?time not on the proverbially treacherous ocean, but |on what we are accustomed to dcscibe as terra jirma. Ko dreadful earthquake and volcanic eruption in the pforfchtrn . Island of New Zealand, of which we Itfceirod the news this morning, brings before us more Irividiy than ever the teiriblo uncertainty of human ?life.. There is a kind of ffrim irony in the nature of ?this fearful occurrence. There was a spot, seemingly ?possessed of all the advantages possible for the relief Lf suffering humanity ; pure air, magnificent sur Kmndings, healing waters, and a host of other Attractions which to the invalid would seem to speak m health— and hero was Death in His most awful Ijfprm. Those who have road o...

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

CLEMENTS & McCARTHY, Stock, Station, Financial, and General Commission Agents. FAT STOCK SALESMEN, VALUATORS, &c. WILLIAM-ST., BATHURST. TRUST MONEY. pLEMENTS & McCARTHY having LARGE v^ SUMS of TRUST MONEY to Invest, are prepared to Negotiate LOANS (on approved security) on favourable terms. William-street, Bathurst. I JOHN WADE & GO.'S I Corn Flour —AND — Kice Starch — ABE— THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Ask your Grocer for them. W. H. PAUl_7Bathurst, 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. ~~g7smith & co., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and GASPITTERS. 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 branches ; HOT and COLD WATER ARRANGEMENTS...

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

Many of the leading residents in Lithgow have been fined lately for having allowed their horses to stray in the town. Among olhera the manager of the Commercial Bank, who, when before the court, accused the police themselves of a similar offence.

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

J ? L SYDNEY W.WEBB, SOLICITOR, &c, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. Money to Lend on Approved Security. . Loans Negotiated. '/?'-? CLEMENTS & McGARTHY, Stock, Station, Financial, and General Commission Agents. FAT STOCK SALESMEN, VALUATORS, &c. WILLIAM-ST., BATHURST. JOHN WADE &. CQ,'S j Corn Flour —AND— Eice Starch — ABE— THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Ask your Grocer for them. Wesley's Hymns. NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED ! Plain & elegant bindings. Prices range from Is. up. G. WHALAN, Howiok Street. Assay Office, HUDSON BROTHERS' ' TIMBER YABD, BATHURST. I beg to announce that I hare remored from Brown'* 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 Oral, itinerate, Bullion, &c, forwarded to me, at the following ?Ana » Assay of Ores, Minerals, &o. — For Gold... 10s. each Assay n » » t» For Silver 10s. „ „ „ „ „ „ For Gold and Silv...

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

©ur g ijdneg Iqttijr. I FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. J 10th July, 1886. The unparalleled exhibition now being displayed m our House of, so-called, Representatives has, to my mind, one compensating feature — and one only — that it may arouse us as men and as lovers of our country — adopted or native — to something like a sense of our privileges as electors ; and if it does I am con vinced a good few of the present members will novor ftcrain dare to face an electorate as candidates, or if they do, they'll get such a lesson they will never forget. While I cannot approve of many of the acts of the Opposition I must say that I am at one with the pretty general opinion I have heard ex pressed during the past twenty-four hours, that they are now doing right if they stonewall until the crack of doom — or of this Government— rather than that the Customs Bill (or any other financial measure) be debated with closed doors, or airainst the voice of the country, and if Bathurst be a fair exponent ...

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