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Railway Department Trouble.— [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

Railway Department Trouble.-^ Feauds and Rumobs of Fbauds,— It is stated (says the Evening News) that, in addition to the prosecutions for alleged fraud on the Railway Department in. the matter of the carriage of wool, with which police court proceedings have made the public pretty well acquainted, prosecutions will be initiated against a carrying firm for alleged fraudBin the carriage of hides and tallow. These prosecutions will be begun in a few days, when particulars not now obtainable will be forthcoming. Iu addition to the above, the traffic audit branch of the Railway Department is said to bo iu a ferment over discrepancies that have been discovered ; and at least, one official has been suspended in that branch pending farther inquiry. [Our Railways have been paying the Government a shade over 4 per cent. We, of course, are not prepared to say that the frauds have been committed, but supposing they have, without prejudice, we might ask what* would the profits have been, &a...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

Poultry. — From the local press our readers have learned that E. T. Webb and W. H. Webb were Voth successful in winning prizes at the late Poultry -? Show in Sydney. The variety of fowls being kept f by them is something wonderful. One pair of Cochins was claimed at the Sydney show at the handsome price of £8 8s. Several clutches of eggs were sold from their best birds last year at 21s. Some few persons thought the price enormous, but the birds the eggs came from coat from £4 10s to £6 6s tbe pair. One gentleman who bought a clutch of Houdans, reared two pullets and two cockerels, and only the other day refused £1 for one pi the cockerels when he was about nine months old. Fancy poultry at such prices would pay hand somely ; but of course, if everybody buys and rears, the prices must soon come down, consequently it is well for those contemplating making money out of such poultry to buy early. For those who do not care to trouble with pure-bred birds at 'fancy' prices, eggs are being...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and, having die moBt extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: ??''._ * ' ' V . . s. -L For the first Inch of space, or part thereof . ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 4P*0n and After the 16th July next, advertisements ordered for a special position will be charged— s. d. ^or the 1st Inch* or part thereof ? 3 0 „ each succeeding ittch, or part thereof ? 1 6 ♦#* A Discount of 10 per cent is allowed when an advertteement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last Insertion. :$kt latlutrst |ojjt. ~ SATURDAY, AUG.T4, 1886:

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

TEAS ! TEAS! TEAS ! E. WEBB & 60. ARE JUST LANDING, EX S.S. AFGHAN, THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT OF NEW SEASON'S TEAS, DIRECT FROM FOOCHOW. 50 Boxes Superfine New Season's Kaisow Congou 60 „ Extra Superfine „ » » 102 „ Choice ,, ,, „ 10 „ Most Choice „ » » 5 „ Very Choicest „ „ » 4 ^-Chests „ F.C. Scented Orange Pekoe 8 „ „ N/S Pearl Leaf Gunpowder 20 „ „ F.C. Scented Caper 26 ^-Chests Extra Choicest N/S Kaisow Congou 150 ^-Chests Extra Superfine „ „ „ 1*** n it » it » 100 „ Choicest „ „ „ 51 ,, Extra Choicest „ „ „ 50 „ Very „ „ „ „ 756 Packages. The following is a Description of the Teas as advised by our Agent in China :— No. EW&Co P in diamond 200 300 400 600 600 550 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Pckages ^-Chests »i » {-Cheats Boxes fc-Chests jr Description of Leaf. Blackish, brownish even-twisted leaf ? Small blackish even wiry leaf ? Blackish-brownish even close-twisted leaf ... Blackish even well-twisted wiry leaf... ? Small greyish-blackish even-twisted wiry leaf Blackish even ...

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RUSSIA'S DESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

RUSSIA'S DESIGNS. During the past three or four years, we have frequently spoken of Russia with much suspicion, and have felt sure that she was merely waiting for an opportunity to go to war with England. That ' opportunity ' seems to be drawing nigh now, as she has given that ' tight little ' island one or two nasty ' digs ' recently. The best of it is, that to insult England, or break treaties with her, she must of necessity offend other powerful nations, which, as a matter of course, will be inclined to back England up. We don't believe in rousing the feelings of our readers to ' war pitch ' of excitement over a ' mare's nest,' but really things are getting unpleasant, and we ought to observe such movement as Russia has been recently making with careful attention. Russia and the Port of Bartoum. Great Britain and the Freedom of the Port. (rbuteu's message.) London, Monday. — The Earl of Rosebery before quitting office dispatched a diplomatic note to the the Russian Government dec...

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HELEN'S BABIES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

„ JB JJLiH'S B A BIB'S...' f CONTINUED.! I found Helen had made every possible arrange ment for my comfort. Her room commanded exquisite views of mountain-slope and valley, and e?en the fact that the imps' bedroom adjoined mine rave me comfort, for I thought of the pleasure of contemplating them while they were asleep, and beyond the power of tormenting their deluded flacky, ^ f \'lK' ' ,.; ''?'? \ A| the supper-table Budge and Toddie appeared cleanly clothed and in their rightful faces. Budge seated himself at the table ; Toddie pushed back his high chair, climbed into it, and shouted — 'Pat my legs under ze tabo.' Rightfully construing this remark as a request to be moved to the table, I fulfilled his desire. The girl poured tea for me and jnilk for the children, and retired ; and then I remembered, to my dismay, that Helen never had a servant in the dining-room, ex cept upon grand occasions, her idea being that servants retail to their friends the cream of the pri vate conversati...

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A CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

A CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. Who's for a Centennial Exhibition ? Why, every true Australian, of course At least so say all Sydney lies. Well, you see the Sydney people and the Sydney press are always very keen for seeing (?) just to their own pockets. ' Country bumkins ' as we, on this side of the Mountains, are called, (and proud we are of the title, though a nicer sounding name might have been found had we a professional staff employed to keep our journal going,) imagine we know something too. In 4,his particular instance we differ from our great leaders of fashion, — our guides in political, and evangelical matters, the same as we have frequently 'dilfered,' when we have seen too plainly that the ' movements ' have been purely for the pecuniary benefit of Sydney residents, though in many instan ces pleasure in the way of running through hard earnings comes to a few persons remote from that favoured city. A Centennial Exhibition ! Let us see, that means an exhibition to celebrate our ...

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

Jt FOR SALE. — SUver-Spangled fcfff r HAMBURGHS, pure bred. - =JQL Mrs. P. D, PAGE, 'West View,' Piper-street. MR. NAYLOR, '\ PIANOFORTE TUNEC OF SYDNBV, Purposes visiting Bathurst about 15th September next. Orders maybe left with Mr, Jonks, Sta- ? tioner, William-street. ' G. SMITH & CO., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, anj- GASFITTERS. TAN KS. ~T A N KS TANKS made to order at lowest prices ; GtTTTBR found and fixed ; RIDGE CAPPING ; all kinds of TIN goods m stock and made to order. PLUMBING in all its branches ; HOT and COLD WATER ARRANGEM ENTS a special feature. ALL SORTS OP GASFITT1NGS, Stop Cocks, Gas Globes, Chandeliers, Brackets ; ALBO CARBON Clusters supplied and fixed. All kinds of PUMPS repaired, and new ones found and fixed. GEORGE SMITH & CO., LOWER WILLIAM STREET, ? BATHURST Under the distinguished ^JJLjt^- Patronage of Lord Augustus dBBBEmb* LOFTWS* BEAVIS BROS. & CO., ROYAL STUDIO, WILLIAM STREET, Beg to announce the opening of New and Complete Portrai...

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

MUGRIDGE BROS., W SAW HILLS 1HI III! WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes Felloes, Stocks, &a, &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 ami all kinds of JOINERS' WOIIK. Afuqridge Brothers, C0NTBA.CTOK** & TIMBER MKUOH.VNTS. M.LKILB0RNE7 |]l|otoj)Hiijjh(r and |jtationfi|, -'SK- -(«;!-: STREBT, HATHUUST. Photographs in every size and style. Sa.tisfa.o lion jraoTfinteod. PLAIN AND FANCY STATinNKHY ok kvkkv Di^ciurn.iv. A choice assortment of FANCY GOODS suitable for BIfiTUDAY ami WEDDING PRESENTS always in stock. WINBOB and NEWTON'S ARTISTS' MATERIALS of every description for OIL and WATER COLOUR PAtNTINO. Some choice studies in LANDSCAPE, FLOWERS, and BIRDS. TKRBA COTTA VASES and PLAQU...

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

E. WEBB & CO. HAVE RECEIVED Ex recent arrivals, and are daily expecting further shipments of ALL CUSSES of NEHiZE, DIRECT FROM THE ENGLISH, CONTINENTAL, — AND — AMERICAN Manufacturers. ZOOMING, as they do, direct, E. W. and Co. ^-^ are in a position to Challenge the Universe 1 and would particularly request the attention of their patrons and friends to the following list : — Pckgs. Ex Ballam Tower ? 110 Ballaarat ? 10 Liguria ? 13 Cumberland ? 54 Cushan ? 2 Mooltan ? 35 Gretna ? 8 Argus ? , 63 Carthage ? 6 Potosi ? 3 Mistley Hall ? 10 Nagpore ? 178 British Isles ? 18 Orient ? 5 City of Corinth ? 8 Halloween ? 488 Nagpore ? 61 Garonne ? 3 Alcinous ? 14 Alcinous ? 249 Aldengrove ? 6 Tasmania ? 14 Sorata ? 8 Carisbrook Castle....... ? 25 Australian ? 954 Kelat ? 137 Earl Wemyss ? 250 Gryfe ? 10 Coromandel ? 2C John Elder ? 14 Alcinous ? , ? 3 Libussa ? 15 Dunnottar Castle ? 2 Knight of St. Michael ? 53 Bengal ? 25 Austral ? 24 Achilles ? 26 Rome ? 20 Cusco ? 11 Fulwood ? 3 Duch...

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OUR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

OUR FARMERS. WE having not only indirect interests in the farming industry, by being storekeepers, and i hue to a great extent being dependent on the success of the farmers, but also having farms of oar own. which must be made to nav. we hava i ad occasion to use our brains to endeavour to find some new method of managing. With half par income gone through the fall in wool, and Lid seasons for horses, cattle, pigg and grain, times are getting harder than ever. We gave c-ir readers a few figures last month showing tiie number of pigs our Yankee cousins have, in comparison with what wehavekin these colonies. Hpigs we believe our farmers hare their very bust friends, if they only knew it. We trust ere lopg that more pork and better bacon will be grown about Bathurst. . It is evident to us, that, no matter how small a man's farm is, he has no right to depend en tirely on wheat, as so many of our farmers do. Variety should be the aim of every man. Every fe finer should grow oats, barley,...

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GOOD INFORMATION FOR OUR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

GOOD INFORMATION FOR OUR FARMERS. Respecting the world's bupply of wheat for he current year, the Cincinnati Price Current sums up the state of affairs in the following remarks :— Statistician Dodge, of the United States Department of Agriculture, in reply to a resolution of the house of Representatives, has been making inquires concerning stocks of corn and wheat in America and other countries, the ^rmands of consumption and the prospect of production throughout the world, in wiiich it is shown that the world's wheat production in 1885 was 2, 110,000,000 bushels, the requirements of consumption being estimated at 2,105,000,000 bushels, indicating a deficiency of 55,000,000 bushels, drawn from a surplus of 125,000,000 bushels of previous growth. This implies that the aggregate wheat production for the crop year 1885 was within 2£ per cent, of the requirements of consumption, a very small percentage of deficiency. It also implies that of the reported 125,000,000 bushels of excess of ...

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RUSSIA AND BRITAIN. AFGHAN FRONTIER QUESTION SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 August 1886

RUSSIA AND BRITAIN. AFGHAN FRONTIER QUESTION SETTLED. ltKUTKB's Telegram.—' St. Petersburg, August, 4th — It is announced that the difficulty which has recently arisen between the British and Russian Governments in reference to the delimitation of the Russc-Afghau boundary, has now been settled.' Well done Russia, you arc always to the front with soothing and peaceful announcements. You are like the drunken man, who is con tinually declaring he is as ' sober as a judge,' The more we hear of your peaceful intentions, the more suspicious of you we feel. What means that massing of troops on the border of the Black Sea? What means those 200,000 troops armed from head to toe in the Crimea ? What means that enormous fleet that you have recently spent jour last shilling to obtain? O, Russia, your natural enemy, the Bull Dog, is at present so busy with that Tom Tit (Ireland) t: over the way ' tliat little heed Is taken, of you. However, beware and don't 'tread on bis tail,' or you may have ...

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

SPRING, 1886. SPRING, 1886. 7|»-^^^^?Spring Dress Goods ?h^li {[gty Dr'e$ Materials. l 1 NOW OPEN & ON VIEW at The Western Warehouse, A Select Assortment of SSJEW QRESS FABRICS In the FASHIONABLE COLORS. Toile Beiges, AH Wool Serges, Indian Cashmeres, Nnw Panama Cloth, Canvas Cloths, Armurie Laines, Canvas Laines, &c, &c, &c. New Tximmings, Nrw Buttons, &c., &c. NEW COTTON DRESS MATERIALS Now Open, ex s.s. Ballaarat. Figured Drills, Printed Canvas, Fancy Cambrics, Stripe Canvas, Tufted Canvas, Tufted Zephyrs, Toile Natte Cloths, E. WEBB & CO. HAVE muck pleasure in announcing the arrival of their DRESSMAKER from England, and can confidently recommend to their numerous patrons as being thoroughly compe tent, having had large experience in Leading London Houses. Costumes made up at the most reasonable rates. Style, Fit, and Finish guaranteed. Patterns and quotations, with Self-measurement Forms, on application. E. WEBB & C...

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

s*Pie Bathurst Post 18 i»tTBU8HEu on the 15th of every month, and, hftving the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as au ADVERTISING MEDIUM. ! i TERMS OP AOpfgTISINa : ? . '.i *3r' «%-. M. M£ ViV... ? *? d. '??'On and #er the 16th July next, advertisements ordered for a SpeOUl position will be charged— 8. d. For the l«t inch' oc|ftrtliereof.. ? 3 0 „ wch BucceedinE|nch;*r part thereof ? 1 G *%* A Dl800n|ncWt 10 per cent, is allowed when an advei^sedicnt appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for w§_ b| one month of last insertion. W^^SSif, SEaPT7l5, 1886^

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

E. TITCBB «S£ CO.'S NET CASH PR I _CE_ LIST! No Mark Sugar, 24-i per lb. No. 1 Sugar, 3d per lb Dried Apples, 1\ per lb Fresh Dates, 6d per lb Moir's Fresh Herrings. 6d per tin Lobsters, lljd per tin Oysters, 7d. per tin Whybrow's Popular Pickles, 9d per bottle : „ Eeagle Pickles, lOd „ Whybrow's London Pickles, lid per bottle Best Fresh Salmon, 9d per tin Eleme Raisins, 7$ per lb Sultana Raisins, 7Jd per lb Currants, 6d per lb Coleman's Starch, 6d per lb Hoffman's Starch, 6d per lb Washing Soda, 8s cwt, or Id per lb Orient Tobacco, cake, 3s per lb DefianceTwist Tobacco, 3s 7Jd per lb Whole Cloves. 2s 3d per lb Whybrow's London Vinegar, lOd per bottle Best Walnuts, 7d per lb Lollies from 5id per lb MORE LIGHT! MORE LIGHT! Sperm Candles, Brilliants, 6|d; Petroiine, 7d IMMENSE BARGAINS IN BOOTS AND SHOES. :2000 PAIRS AT THE MOST ABSURDLY LOW PRICES ! EVERYBODY ASTONISHED WHO SEES THEM I A few pairs of the hand-sewn Glove Kid E.S. Men's, at 10s 6d, left — usually 17s 6d ' Pollak's Glac...

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WORSE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1886

WORSE PROSPECTS. Oub ancient enemy, Hussia, is still disturbing our slumbers by her 'wire pulling' on the Continent. She is getting bo meddlesome in Bulgaria that we f ear ihtit she means business ere long, and we may expfcet to see her swoop down upon and seize Constantinople at any time. Germany teems inclined to allow the Russian Eagle to soar where e'er she lite, c Perhaps only intending to keep herself aloof to He in readiness to strike France, should she move M hand in any way against her interests. Diplomacy on the part of Bismarck might compel him to make an outward show of great friendship towards Russia, and thus perple* France, which latter nation, could not be more pleased than to see Germany and Russia engaged hard at battle, ns she Jlferaelf would then have an opportunity of stepping id on the other Bide of Prussia and revenging her M^$-r- ? ?????£' ? ? losses of 1870. We think, should Russia threaten Constantinople, Austria, Greece, and perhaps Italy would bare a say*...

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BETTER PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1886

BETTER PROSPECTS. During the past month we have had many signs of great improvement in the state of things that has existed during some seven or eight years. Rain has poured down in abundance to water the thirsty lands, until, In some parts, they have had enough for a short time. Sheep have risen from only fair to great prices, soon to be very low again though, as the wool is off the backs of hundreds of thousands out in the back blocks, and many of the poor brutes are now on their way to market for slaughter. THR CROPS are growing apace after the beautiful refreshing showers, followed by the present warm and sunny days. Many grumbled because they had not their grain sown long sine*, but now we hear them sounding words of praise as to their cleverness in 'lucking' the season fairly. This means that the early crops are not flourishing quite so well as they should-— the cause being rather much rain — and the late crops are coming oh grandly. We sincerely trust that the fawners may get...

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

THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN THE COUNTRY ? - —ARE— -h^T WEBB'S** WOMEN'S STRONG SATIN HIDE E.S. BOOTS, usually 5s gd. In conse quence of an odd pair now and again being a little weak in the Elastic, are NOW BEING JOBBED, with all faults, at the UNHEARD OF PRICE of 3s nd THE PAIR. 384 Pairs assorted thus : ££????'; price 3s 11d 12 Pairs of Maids', all size 1, job price 3s 11d 104 Pairs of Girls' : 5£MM ; job price 3s 6d 142 Pairs of Children's : ^iffff ; job price 3s 3d 54 Pairs of Infants' : S^l; job price 2s 9d I Perfect'goods1 perfect Goods i Most Reliable Qualities ! /*% /-N /'\ r\ PAIRS of WOMEN'S, MEN'S, and CHILDREN'S BOOTS 1 Ji II if land SHOES BEING SOLD at THE MOST ABSURDLY Cm \J \J \J LOW PRICES ! Great Rush for them, and no Wonder ! IN EVERY DEPARTMENT AT WEBBiYHERE ARE .. ,. THONET'S BEST AUSTRIAN CHAIRS, No. 14£, only 5s 9d each. . -/ „ „ ., „ No. 14. only 6s (id each. A GRASC LINE OP JUVENILE SUITS. BRAIDED and LINED THROUGHOUT, 4s lid, 5s Gd, and 5s lid FOR YOUNGSTERS' SUI...

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

Read! Study! Profit 1 EVERY person has a certain duty to perform in this world, and the duty that has devolved upon Robert beer is to alienate the suffering of mankind. This he is doing by placing within the reach of everybody a pot of New South 'Wales Ointment, This preparation is ascertain cure for all old fores, old wounds, chappad hands, sore lips, sore eyes, ulcerated breasts, burns, stiff joints, scalds, chilblains, and every other cuticle affection. The New South, Wales Oint ment should be always kept ia every household. It is the friend of all. Obtainable of respectable Storekeepers and Chemists. One Shilling per Box. ELLIOTT BROS., Wholesale Agents, Sydney. robertTbeer, LABORATORY, BATHURST. Under tlic distinguished thM &h Patronage, /-/ Lord Augustus «JE__fS&r LOFTUS. BEAVIS BROS & CO., ROYAL STUDIO, WILLIAM STREET, n Beg to announce the opening of New and Complete Portrait Rooms. The Studio being built expressly for Photography, gives them the adva...

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