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

I JOHN WADE & CO.'S Corn Flour —AND— Eiob Starch —ABE— THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Ask your Grocer for them. FRY k SON'S COCOA is the best RY & SON'S COCOA EXTRACT guaranteed pure. FRY & SON'S CARACAS COCOA a delicious bevefage FRVr & SON'S ROCK COCOA. FRY & SON'S MALTED COCOA, a combination of pure Cocoa Extract with Extract of Malt. FRY k SON'S CHOCOPATE. FRY k SON'S EATING CHOCOLATE. FRY k SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS. FRY k SON'S FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATE FRY k SON'S CHOCOLATE CLEAM BALLS. FRY k SON'S CHOCOLATE CREAM RCLLS. E. WEBET& CO., BATHURST AGENTS.

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

Gloves. Gloves. Gloves. ''PHE above Department is now -replete with the ?*? LATEST NOVELTIES to meet the demands of the present season. These Goods are well assorted with the new and most fashionable shades in Taffeta, Silk, Lisle Thread, Mosquetaire, Kid, Undressed, &c, in various lengths and qualities. SPECIAL VALUE in Taffeta, Silk, Jersey Do. do. Lisle Thread Do. do. Children's Gloves Hosiery. WE are showing NICE LINES for the pre sent Season in Lisle Thread, Cotton, and Balbriggan-; ,.'. in all the leading shades and qualities. SPECIAL VALUE in Sox « „ J Hose In Plain and Striped Cotton. ' J E. WEBB & CO., Universal Providers. OUB LONDON BCnYBJB} paying iafem 4* vantage of an overstocked market, has forwarded us an* extra large stoek of ;.t v Calicoes, S&eetiiigs, Qiiilts, Tpw^Sto. which we, are now, shuffling,; j&ij^» ^i^J|fc|][ej ^- inspect before purcha-injg ^Jsewjiere,, jj^^ljgjgB ' never offered during .^^m^^^pt^^^^ ; been in business, suck ...

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

Silk Department! SILKS in all thp newest designs are now to be Been at E. WEBB & CO.'S. The fol lowing are a few of the leading lines : / FRISE VELVOUR MERVEILLEUX PEKIN STRIPES SURAHS BROCHINES OTTOMANS BROGUES TRICOLINES, &c. Washing Silks, in great variety, 12£d to 3s 3d. E. WEBB & CO. Mantles. Jackets. Dolmans SPLENDID Black Cashmere DOLMANS, 25s to 45s Beautiful Black Canvas Dolmans, 28s 6d to 50s Rich Black Silk Dolmans, 40s to 75s Rich black Silk Jackets, 40s to .COs Dust Cloaks of every description, from 11s 6d to 48s 6d E. WEBB & CO. To % Ladies of Batljurst & its Vicinity ? — » WE arc now showing Novelties m SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, and beg to call attention to our Choice Stock of French and English Millinery, Flowers, and Feathers. Untrimmed Straw Hats and Bonnets in all the Newest Shapes. A Choice Assortment of Grannie Bonnets for Children's Wear. We have also just opened up An Entirely New Stock of Ladies' and Children's Underclot...

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

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

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

CLEMENTS & McCARTHY, V Stock, Station, Financial, and General Commission Agents, , J FAT STOCK SALESMEN, VALUATORS, $M _ WILLIAM-ST., BATHURgy^ _ Printed for the proprietors by GLYNDWR WHAIAH, itfttoffQW'5 Printing Offloa School of AxU Buildings, HowCfJMtoirt, Bttbont

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COBAR November 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1886

CORAR. [FROH'GUU OWN COBaESrONDKNT.l November 8. Very different is this season from November of last yean Abundant rains having fallen, the atmo sphere is about twenty degrees cooler, and the whole district bears a different aspect in its unfamiliar garb of emerald fereen. The much dreaded duststprms and ' boorootnugas ' are far less prevalent. too.^Ince the wonderful rain came down. Great rejoicings have been expressed at the not very distant prospect of a railway connecting this ' ore'-ful town with the metropolis. It is the greatest boon that could have been con ferred on such a place. In wet seasons the so-called ' roads ' get terribly cut up. The mail-coach has been stuck seven hours in one hole, and was f re- ! quently twenty-four hours behind time. It was harder work still for the teams to get through, con sequently flour, potatoes, and other necessaries attained a fabulous price, and sometimes were not obtainable ai? all. At one time all the bakers had to suspend business. B...

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Our Sydney Letter. November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1886

©ar £udnfg letter. I FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! November 10. In matters political wg are still on the stump to jir|je the Governor to resolve to dissolve 'this brnfcal Ministry,' and in this we do think our al most nightly meetings are but the, echo of the voice of the country, using the word in its double mean ing. It is now fairly proven that these meetings Are most spontaneous in their outcome, most unani mous in their condemnation of the muddling of the Ministry* and most cordial in their reception of the name of Sir Henry l»arkes. The question of. the power of the Governor, as well of his discretion in 1| using the power, should he possess it, have been I well debated in the Press, and it is only fair to give ; praise where praise is due, and accord to the Sydney } Daily Telegraph the palm for exceptionally brilliant -? writing on this great question. The New Hebrides question is just as far from i being in a fair way of settlement as it was a month | ago. It is pretty certai...

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

Bead! Stud} ! Profit ! EVERY pereou has a certain duty to perform in this world, and the duty that has devolved' upon Robert Beer is to alleviate (he suffering of mankind. This he is doing by placing within the roach of everybody a pot of New South Wales Ointment, This preparation is a certain cure for all old eores, old wounds, chapped hands, sore lips, sore eyes, ulcerated breasts, burns, si iff joints, scalds, chilblains, and every other cuticle affection. The New South Wales Oint ment should be always kept in every household. It is the friend of all. Obtainable of respectable Storekeeper's and Chemists. One Shilling per Box. ELLIOTT BROS., Wholesale Agents, Sydney. robertTbeer, LABORATORY, BATHURST. WHEN ~ YOU DECIDE T 0 H A V E A LITTLE CLEANING ^ UP FOR CHRISTMAS Do not FORGET to Call at HANSARD'S IN R U S S E L L STREET, TO SEE THE N E W WALL PAPERS AND MIXED PAINTS. W. A. Hansard, House Painter, &c, Russell-street. WaterT~Water1 h. rendall&co., Licensed Plumb...

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

? ? ? \ CALL ON And Inspect ttieir very Large and Varied Assortment. B.' WEBB -& CO. have made every preparation for the coining Harvest, and the Machines now offered are the uest of their respective classes. They will endeavour to enumerate, as far as space will permit, some of the Machines they are now offering. Fuller particulars they will be happy to submit on application, and will be pleased to make such arrangements as to terms as will suit all purchasers. MCCORMICK HARVESTERS AND TWINE BINDERS. The special features of this Machine, _ which have won for it such a world- 1 wide reputation, are— The economy N in use of twine, security of the knot, jj certainty of binding, ability to cut as g high or low as maybe desired, even R balance, lightness of draft, durability, B and const-nt freedom from liability jri to breakage. iX The presence of a McConniek I; Mnchlno in n field is a complete I j \ guarantee to the farmer that his crop j ; will bo secured economically, expedi...

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

FfTS COCOA EXTRACT. * t t ' Having the superfluous richness removed, this perfectly jnpB and digestffi^^^oa meets / ; the approval of the most fastidious taste.' — British Wtade JbwiiM. * £««£&& / ' Absolutely pure and genuine. We strongly recommend it to all who appreciate ^fullr flavour and tine aroma of perfect Cocoa. — Lancet ?' , .,„ (Ai 0 miinuiiiiA i lu uuuuAi ' Highly approved by the Medical Profession for consumers generally,' — Medical Times, ' No more delicious, refreshing, nourishing, &a& wholesome beverage has ever been manu factured.' — Dr. HassalL Fry's hocolate Sticks Fry's. Malted Cocoa Fry's Bon Bons Fry's hocolate Drops Fry's Rock Cocoa Fry's Eating Chocolate Fry's hocolate Creams Fry's Caracas Cocoa Fry's Cocoa Nibs. AGENTS: Merchants, Bathurst; wm i rail Stock and Station, Land and Estate AGENTS, 'FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND ?HiEML mm,* A. M.P.S. BUILDINGS, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. Sale Yards: Bathurst & Lidsdale, I4ii^nfori ...

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HELEN'S BABIES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1886

H E L E N'S B A B I E S. [continued.] Thftt afternoon I devoted to making a bouquet for Miss Mayton, and a most delightful occupation I found it. It was no florist's bouquet, composed of only a lew kinds of flowers, wired upon sticks, and arranged according to geometric pattern I used many a rare flower, too shy of bloom to recommend itself to florist* ; I combined tints almost as numerous as the flowers were, and perfumes to which city bouquets are utter strangers. Arranging flowers is a favourite pastime of mine, but upon this particular accasion I enjoyed my work, more than I had ever done before. Not that I was in love with Miss Mayfcon ; a man may honestly and strongly admire a handsome, brilliant woman without being in love with her ; he can delight himself in trying to give her pleasure, without feeling it necessary that she shall give him herself in return. Since I Arrived at years of discretion. I have always smiled sarcastically at the mention of the generosity of men who ...

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

A Stranuer in Hib Bed— A traveller, who had put up at one of the leading hotels in Treves, was about to get into bed, aud had already put out the light. On turinng down the blankets he thought he felt something warm, and on thrusting his hand into the bed he started bade in terror : tnere was a stranger in the bed. Rushing out of the room he loudly called for help. The head waiter, a rather timid man, had not the courage to turn out the intruder and ran into the street to call assistance. A corporal of the 9th regiment of Hussars, who was passing was prevailed upon to go to the rescue. Entering the hotel he drew his sabre ; The head waiter armed himself with a carving-knife. And now to work to expel the thief or murderer. First the bedroom door was thrown open, and as nobody stirred within, they marched in close column up to the bed. And pray whom did they seize? The india-rubber bed-warmer. — Wiesbadener Gazette. A good assortment of bedsteads on hand at E. Webb and Go.'s., but no ...

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

A vouxo lawyer talked four hours to a jufyi Who felt like lynching him. His apponent a grizzled old professional, arose, looked sweetly at the judge and said : 'Your honor, I will follow the example of ; my young friend who has just finished, and submit ' the case without argument.' Then he *at 4dwn, - and the silence was large and oppressive. I * «?.»! A mttlb fellow going to church for-the~£r#fc~ (1 time, where the pews were very high, was .asked on || coming out what he did in church, when he replied, I 'I went into a cupboard and took a seat on the shelf,' I At Wsim's, the boot and shoe idepartment iis I replete in every sense of the word. &m& benotifql i I goods opened lately that have not beoniseen before. I These are 'Xmas noyejties. Call early and inspect ;.%;. j| them. Toigejraio^iwcwN i|asonfttie price, III Webb's is the shop. To enable customers to be I served with comfort the shop has boeu inoreasefli^Wi ? size, aud 'is now being nicely fitted up. j. d V^...

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

^flje Bathurst Post IS VX3BU8UEV on tbe 15th of overy montb, and, having the most extensive circalfttiou of any newspaper in tho West, is unrivaltocLas an AbVERTISINQrMEDIUil, For the fiwt iach fepaci or t-art||iereof ? 2 0 ,, each SuccccdinMpchppr pai$ thereof ? 1 0 MverUftementfl ol^e&|&-r special positions will be cbatced a$iuadcr j— lj§ V ' '*** Forwlsl|inch,#|^?thcrcof ? # 0 „ oftdh sicoeiding inch, or jwirt thereof ? I 6 %* £ Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when au advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within poc wpnth of last insertion. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1886.

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

Silk Department! SILKS in all the newest designs are now to be seen at E. WEBB & CO.'S. The fol lowing are a few of the leading lines : FRISE VELVOUR MERVEILLEUX PEKIN STRIPES SURAHS BROCHINES OTTOMANS BROCHES TRICOLINES, &c. Washing Silks, in great variety, 12£d to 3s 3d. E. WEBB & CO. Mantles, Jackets. Dolmans Ci PLENDID Black Cashmere DOLMANS, ^v 25s to 45s | U Beautiful Black Canvas Dolmans, 28s 6d to 50s Rich Black Silk Dolmans, 40s to 75s Rich black Silk Jackets, 40s to 60s Dust Cloaks of every description, from lls 6d to 48s 6d E. WEBB & CO. To % Ladies of Batl^urst its & Vicinity. ? m ? WE are now showing Novelties in SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, and beg to call attention to our Choice Stock of French and English Millinery, Flowers, and Feathers. Untrimmed Straw Hats and Bonnets in all the Newest Shapes. A Choice Assortment of Grannie Bonnets for Children's Wear. We have also just opened up An Entirely New Stock of Ladies' and Children's U...

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RIFLE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1886

RIFLE CONTEST. An interesting rifle contest took place on the Bathurst Range on Tuesday, the 9th instant, when teams from the Naval Artillery Volunteers of Sydney, tho Orange Volunteer Corps, the Bathurst Civilians, and the members of the Batburst Volun teers met to have a friendly contest. The day was hot, and, to the inexperienced, a beautiful one for shooting. The wind was, however, very 'touchy,' varying in force and changing direc tion frequently^ and without any warning. Occa sionally a man could get his shots on and make a decent score at one range, but it fell to some ' other cove ' to have the luck at the next range, hence no individual score was large. The following is the full score : — KAVAIj MVrihhERY. r,QQ yards. (iOO yards. T 1. Ldng. Seaman Maxwell tf,2UM...2G ... 4323232...!!) ... 45 A, H. Voting ? 4»ril352.. 2S ... 2443233... 23 ... .'51 P. O. Sbarpe ? o52'i43«...27 ... 5254353... 2 7 ... 54 A. B, Stephens ? 5454432.. .27 ... 4525252. ..25 ... 52 First-class P. O. ...

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THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1886

THE UNEMPLOYED. The ranks of the unemployed having grown very large, until at the present time some 500 able-bodied men present themselves daily for food and assistance at the government depot in Sydney, it is time for us to look into the question and try and sec some points in connection with the same. On visiting Sydney, one sees the Domain, Hyde t Park, the Botanical Gardens, and other places of lWo&i *tWwn with heavy, lumping, sleepy looking fellows. Many of them are too lazy to turn round as they lie on the ground. These are ' some' of the ' unemployed.' The Government offer them work clearing country at National Park ; one or two small parties make a start, but soon find it more irksome than rolling about the Sydney gar dens! so they sing out that the pay is not sufficient, that they would not do the work at double^-and in one or two instances at four and six times — the money they were to receive. All this time some enterprising, nien are at work, receiving the same s...

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

/ IMFORTER OF \ / Polished Granite \ / and Marble Monuments, \ / Marble Manteipieces, &c, &c. \ / RUSSELL STREET, BATHURST. \ I. PASCOE & CO, AUCTIONEERS, Commission Agents, And General Carriers. Agents for Permewan, Wright & Co., and for the City Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Sydney, Offices ? WEBB'S BUILDINGS, George-street, Bathurst. Picture Frame Maker, GEORGE STREET. A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT *?*' OF Coloured and Plain Mounts For Water-color and Crayon Drawings, ALWAYS IN STOCK.. FOE '^t^^ff^ SALE At W. PETTI NDRIGH'S BENTINCK STREET Coach Factory, Coaches, Waggonettes, Buggies, Phaetons, Village Carts, -fcc, OV ALL DESCRIPTIONS, IN STOCK OR TO ORDER, At Prices to suit the Times ! Board and Residence. MRS. J. OWEN, corner of BENTINCK and KEPPEL- STREETS, BATHURST. Good Accommodation. Also, a two-stall Stable to Let on easy terms. Working Matchmaker aid * Jeweller, STUDY ECONOMY! ; r To the Public of Bathurst! TP you want your Watches, Cloc...

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A New Mortar. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

A New Mortar. A London paper says : — The value of the sediment of sewers as a substitute for mortar in building has never yet been properly recognised, even if it has been known. We are indebted, if not for the dis covery, at any rate for the first practical application of it. to a contractor to the Metropolitan Board and a jerry-builder in Bermondscy. Between them these two geniuses have contrived to add a new excite ment to life in jerry houses, while contributing ma terially to the solution of the difficulty which besets the disposal of sewage in large towns. Like all great discoveries, however, this has to run the gauntlet of purblind prejudice. The Bermondsey Inspector of Nuisances, having seen the new mortar in use on some bouses building in his district, ordered its removal as dangerous to health. The Bermondsey Yestry professed to regard the matter as a public scandal, and called the attention of the Metropolitan Board to their contractor's doings. This is what it is to be ...

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