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HELEN'S BABIES, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1886

.HELENA BABIES; Turn $*jfc cauaa, so far as it can be determined, of the existence oMhis book may be found in the fol lowing letter, Witten by ray only married sister, and received by me, Harry Burton, salesman of white goods, bachelor, aged twenty-eight, and received just as I was trying to decide where I should spend a fdrl^uirfaLt9 s matiott :— — ' HttrlrOBEST, June 15, 1875. ' DBAS Habey ;-— Itemembering that you arc always complaining that you never have a chaace to read, and knowing that you won't get it this summer, if you spend vacation among people of your own get, I write to ask you to come up here. I admit that I am not wholly disinterested In inviting you. The truth is, Tom and I are invited to snend a fortnight with my old school-mate, Alice Wayne, who, you know, is the dearest girl in the world, though you didrtt obey ine and marry her before Frank Wayne appeared. Well, we're dying to go, for Alice and Prank live in splendid style ; but, as they haven't included our ch...

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

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of ererjr month, and, having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING f*EDI0Mv TSEMS OF ADVKETISINO: For tfcefirtt inch irfspape, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each iueceeding lntq«, or part thereof ? 1 0 gV On *&-* 1*^^i°^fi** *$v\y next» advertisements enlered for a speoftU pfl**tion will be charged— e. d. F« the 1st mch\ or |*rt thereof ? 3 0 „ ' each § ucceedtog inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 %* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an adv«rtUement appear* in three, consecutive issues, if paid lor within one month of last insertion, ®he gathnrut $0»t THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1886\

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

M. L KILBORNE, |l|i)toj)i[a)!h(r and Jitataq, GEORGE STREET, BATHURST. Photographs in every size and style. Satisfac tion guaranteed. PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY OP 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 in LANDSCAPE, FLOWERS, and BIRDS. TERRA COTTA VASES and PLAQUES. Varioue sizes and designs. A new lot just opened. BATHURST HUT GALLERY. NEAK JUNK OF N. S. WALES. The 'SHIELD' A WASHINC_ f LUID. P WEBB & CO. are pleased to state that since I -?-'? introducing The 'Shield' Washing I Fluid, they have received numerous TESTIMO- 1 NIALS as to iU efficacy aud general excellence, a I few of which they append. j „ ? Sydney, October, 1886. Messrs. a. weoo ana uo. j Gentlemen, — We have pleasure in stating the unqualified success of the Shield Washing Fluid in our own household, if procurable we sh...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1886

WOOL. Undoubtedly the price of wool affects the people of this colony more than that of any other article of production. The reason is that such a large sum of money is brought into the country for circulation if the price is high ; whereas, if low, that money never reaches oar shores. Some persons argue that low prices for weol mean warmth and comfort for the poor man, because if the price of the raw material be 50 per cent, less, the manufactured article, such as blankets, clothing, &c, must be much cheaper. No one denies the fact that the manufactured articles mnsf. Ytm ohanrmr. huf to nnnnoRn that the margin is equal to the fall in the price of the raw material is an error indeed. We must remember that the labor of making the wool into tweed, the shrinking, cut ting out, making up, and sundry expenses, are all the same as if the wool were high ; hence, while wool may be worth only half what it was a few years ago, manufactured articles from the same wool will not be down...

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TRADE-UNIONS & THEIR EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1886

TRADE-UNIONS & THEIR EFFECT. This is a delicate question to talk about ; but the time is at hand when we think it best to pocket faint hearts, and just have a quiet chat with our ' union' friends. There is an old saying that ' union is strength.' w e Bay so, we tnins so, out tnat very aweugm may be so great as to break itself. We like to see a strong man, we admire a powerful man, but of what use is his strength if it be so great that when j he attempts to knock a mosquito off his own ear, h j sends his ear Hying also ? Or, when he dashes at a fly on his nose, the blow is so hard that the nose seeks shelter elsewhere ? In the times before unions were known, the laws of supply and demand ruled the markets jentirely. If employers wanted more produce they hau to find more labour. If they wero unable to find that labour at the wages they were paying, they hau to increase the wages, and tnus in duce people who were working at something else to come to them. A slow working man got...

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THE RAILWAYS, OUR FARMERS, AND THE RAILWAY FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1886

THE RAILWAYS, OUR FARMERS, AND THE RAILWAY FRAUDS. Fob some years past we have advocated the reduc tion of all charges in connection with carriage by rail of farm produce. We held, and still hold, that farm produce should be carried at the lowest pos sible rates, not only in large lots but in smalls, a reasonable margin only being allowed to the man sendincr larae lots. Bv taking our Droduce to market cheaply the Government assist us in our work of cultivating the soil. They encourage farmers to make homes throughout the country, and supposing these farmers produce is carried at only a shade above the cost; they (the farmers) are not the only persons who benefit by it. The whole of this colony must gain by such an action. Again, the settlement of the farmers on the soil, and the small assistance they would get from the Govern ment in this way would be more than made up out of the trainage the Government would receive on the goods required by the farmers Most, if not all persons agre...

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

MUGRIDGE BROS., Smi SAW HILLS A! IB) WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AU kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes Felloes, Stocks, &c., &c. White Brioks, Moulded Brioks, Paving Tile s Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTER, GALVANIZED IRON. FIREWOOD AND COAL ! Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mu$rrid%e Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TIMBHH MERCHANTS. 'GEORGE SMITH' BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. All kinds of Jobbing Work done. ESTIMATES GIVEN. DURHAM STREET, BATHURST. DUDLEY HOUSE, HOWTCK-STRBET, BATHURST. ?ROOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND D TOBACCONIST. HENRY BOXHALL, PROPRIETOR. e; WEBB & CO., IMPORTERS OF REGISTER GRATES, RANGES, AND STOVES, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A Large Assortment of the very Best Styles always on hand. ? ''liljfj IPm! flflliffljilflfflflff^ flffl|M Iliililtiili^'iiiiPiii'iiiimiiiitilliiiiiiiiiiii...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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ALLEGED RAILWAY FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1886

ALLEGED RAILWAY FRAUDS. Thb great interest taken in the alleged railway frauds by the public was shown this morning by the crowded state of the Summons Division of the Walter Police Court, in which the cases wer« set down for hearing. There was also a large muster of gentlemen of the legal profession, and others directly interested in the proceedings. Mr. Addison, S.M., sat on the bench. The cases were four in number. The first charged, Francis Augustus Wright, Edward Heaton, George R. Bonamy, Henry R. Wilson, Benjamin Windsor, Donald Turner, Henry Hansard. Edward Webster, and James Stevenson, with having conspired to defraud and cheat the commissioner of Railways of Divers large sums of money in the years 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, and 1886. The second charged, John Permewan, Thomas Permewan, James Steers, and James Masson with similar offences in 1883, 1884, and 1885. The third and fourth were against Lionel William Lee and Duncan Bfacalister, and Lionel William Lee. Duncan Mac...

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The Russian Press on the Black Sea Fleet. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1886

The Russian Press on the Black Sea Fleet. An Odfcesa conraBponde&t writes :— The Russian press is in SUM alee at the restoration of the Black Sea fleet. If a tihViK&eiprogttOBtAcations triumphantly uttered day aftef^y V#tere«and spe&timak-*is since the'Tchesme left the ships at Sevastopol be fulfilled, British maritime supremacy will, at the close of the next decade, have b&me matter of history. .The glorious .victor* ot Sinope. is wmin the %ubject ot poetical rnapsoaiw. *?« v*» i«.«™. Pfito treaty of 1857 is once more denounced, and much gratification is expressed at the resuscitated power of Russia, which extorted from the London Conference of 1871 an unwiMug deration »f the (^neutralisation of the Black Sea. The Buwso-G. rmaa papuis are, however. even more excited. 1'fae tferwaa literary, men and pro fessors who conduct these organs allow their patriotism to run riot. Their mission is to revive and strung, hen German influence which obviously has b...

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

G. SMITH & CO., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and GASFITTERS. I TAN KS. T A N K S TANKS made to order at lowest prices ; GOITER fonnd 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 a special feature. ALL SORTS OP GASFITTlNGS, [ Stop Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets ; ALBO II CARBON Clusters supplied and fixed. | All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones I found and fixed. I GEORGE SMITH & CO., LOWER WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST SMITHY AND SHOEING FORGE, Russell-street, Bathurst. A. CHADWICK BEGS to inform his friends and the public that I he has commenced business as I Horse-shoer and General Smith I In the SHOP in RUSSELL STREET recently! occupied by Mr. Hatfield. I And he hopes by strict attention to business,! good workmanship and moderate charges, to merit! a share of public patronage. I A. C. was sixteen years with Mr. G. Fish, which! ought to be a proof of his skill ...

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

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

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

HALLO! WHAT'S THIS? -HcWEBB'S*-- GBEATSALE CONTINUED ? IN THE ? BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT Bargains in Boots & Shoes bigger Bargains than Ever 1 WHILE we use every legitimate endeavour to. keep the prices down, we avoid importing goods that are not likely to wear well. The public find that fair priced articles purchased at E WEBB & CO.'S give better satisfaction than ever. We do not claim, to save our friends 100 per cent, as we sometimes see set forth in print. If we attempted such assertions, we know that the public would not beljeve them. A cordial invitation is given to those who have not yet purchased any Boots or Shoes from us. Our trade is daily increasing, which is certain proof that the qualities are good and the prices low. Women's Levant E.S., Military Heels, M.S., 3's to 8's, price 4s 9d Maids' ditto ditto ditto l's & 2's, price 4s 8d Girls' ditto ditto ditto 10's to 13's, price 4s 3d Children's ditto ditro ditto 6's to 9's, price 3s 7d STRONG...

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THE WIFE FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 July 1886

THE WIFE FAMINE. A week or two ago we published an article en titled ** The Husband's Famine,' and it has since occurred to us that some information upon ano ther point of view might prove interesting. Although in England the females are greatly in excess of the males, the most important of the TV it.ifth nOBSessions suffer a dearth of the weaker sex, as will be seen from the following compila tion. We have taken the average marriage ages in ra^b country. Bachelors. Spinsters New South Wales... 90,597 ... 68,200 Queensland ? 20,177 ... 14,420 South Australia ? 29,365 ... 26,711 West Australia ? 1858 ... 2,501 N-3W Zealand ? 69,123 ... 37,126 B-itish India ? 56,521.018 ... 36,254,160 British Guiana ? 64,051 ... 35,555 Canada ? 1,447,414 ... 1.336,982 Showing a majority of twenty-one millions of bachelors over spinsters in the above countries. The figures also of the proportion in the United States wculd be interesting, but different Authorities give different estimates. However, from...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

A Sydney Worthy. — A special message to the Evening Niks, dated London, August 4th, says : — Mr. Henry Bedd&H, of Sydney, bas passed at the lop of his year in the annual examinations held by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. 'In the Assembly the other night, the Minister for Works stated that in the measure he intends to introduce into Parliament, provision would he made for the appointment of an additional Minister and for aboard of fci.ivo cotuuiig.-ioiicrf; for r.-iilway*. which would to a tfr**nt extent retn-»v«» ]? liiirai patronage out of the hands of tlic Mini- tec.'' ]- would seem that the Minister for Worlts was a reader of the Bathunt Post, for we advocated a Board of Commissioners -.-r Directors Jon# ago ; but, unfortunately the saiu Minister reads sumo trashy papers, or elm has sonn* wrong notions framed from somewhere, which .spoil his good intentions. Let him send the extra Minister to Hong Kong for liis salary and content himself with an efficient ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

CLEMENTS & McCARTH^, Stock, Station, Financial, and General Commission Agents. / 'ff^b PAT STOCK SALESMEN, VALUATOES, %G. '' -J *; WILIJAM-ST., BATHURST J

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Our sydney Metter. 12th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

®ur ^gdneg $$ttyr. j FROM OUR OWN CORRBSPONDBNT.J 12th August. Our political life is likely to get some of its usual torpor and dulness shaken out of it if the present regime obtnins much longer, for surely this monoto nous ni:ij-»'ity that sullenly ami silently Mlows its leadorj* will i'wittually arouse llitf New fcnnth VV «!--s cub, if it is worthy of the ancestry it rlainis. Liki* the old British Lion it is in one point thot it takes a tremendous lot to arouse, but ' 0 ! beware of a care ! beware how you tread on his tail !' There is no doubt that the working men in Sydney, and, I am afraid, a great many of the farmers in various parts of the colony, have been led away by the one sided and ever-selfish pamphlets of the Protectionist party so industriously circulated during the past few years. It therefore behoves all those who really have the Free Trade policy at heart to ally them selves, and endeavour, in all legitimate ways, to prove to the people the steady progress made in e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

SMITHY AND SHOEING FORGE I Russell-street, Bathurst. I A. CHADWICK I BEGS to inform his friends and the public that I he his commenced business as I Horse-shoer and General Smith I In the SHOP in KUSSELL STREET recently! occupied by Mr, Hatfield. I And he hopes by strict attention to business,* good workmanship and moderate charges, to merit I a share of public patronage. I A. C. was sixteen years with Mr. G. Pish, which I ought to be a proof of his skill as a workman. I All kinds of repairs expeditiously effected. I Printed for thp woprietora by GLYNDWR WHALA.N. at hSs Qene^H Printinjr Offlno Sohool nf Art* Buildinprs. Howiok-street, Bathurrt- )?

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DOCKER v. FAUCETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

DOCKER v. FAUCETT. ** Justice,' says the immortal dramatist, « always whirls in equal measure.1' But is Justice always in equal measure whirled? Aa answer, to this ques tion may be found on comparing the sentence passed yesterday upon George Berner with that passed, on the 2nd of June last, upon Edward Brown Holt. Berner, for embezzling £1225, was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment: Holt, for stealing £4000. yas let off with four years' servitude. In the case )f Berner, too, the full extent of the accused man's wrongdoing was, very properly, brought before the sourt, and the Judge dealt with him accordingly ; but in Holt's case only one of several defalcations, »nd that not by any means the most serious, was brought against the culprit. People will naturally ask, Why this extraordinary discrepancy? Why was the rich banker treated with such extraordinary Leniency, and the poor clerk given the full measure of punishment? Here is the case of a wealthy ' society' man stealing more tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

J ? L« - SYDNEY W.WEBB, | SOLICITOR, &o., ! WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. Money to Lend on Approved Seourity. Loans Negotiated. WILLIAMS 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. I JOHN IDE i CO.'S Cobn Flour —AND— Rice Starch — ARE— THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Ask your Grocer for them. 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 Qfes, Minerals, Bullion, &c, forwarded to me, at the following fees : — Assay o£ Ores, Minerals, &c— For Gold... 10s. each Assay ., „ „ „ For Silver 10e. „ „ „ „ \., ,, For Gold and Silver v together 10s. „ „ Assay of Ores, M...

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