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Boots and Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

? m Boots and Shoes. Fob some time past many persons have been under the impression that E. Webb and Co. do not keep the better qualities in Boots and Shoes. This is a mistaken idea alto* gether. At the present time they have a larger and better selected stock than any other three houses out of Sydney put together. All the stock is new, and the goods have been specially selected. Best glace kid and other goods are now being opened up direct from the maker's. A very choice shipment of an extra lot is on the way out,' and ? must soon reach Bathurst. To those who have not yet visited the Boot shop, E.. Webb and Co. now give a special invitation to stop, the traaitlfs — novpr mind nhnnf Knvimy knf inspect the goods. Have a look at the windows, and see for m yourselves if the very style of them does not show that 1 something good and pretty can be had at Webb's. I Ladies — Well cut and neat shoes are a boon. I Gentlemen — Stylish and strong boots are at Webb's. 9 Maidens— Comfort and cas...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Strippers for Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

The Strippers for Wheat. When hay, grass, and food are scarce, then, no doubt it pays to use the String-binder for the benefit of the straw, which brings a good price. But in a season like this what will straw be worth ? Echo answers, What 1 We fancy almost nothing, unless it be the cartage from the farm to the chaff-cutter. We much fear that grain will be cheap this year. We hope not below 4s ,at the lowest, although some persons more clever than we say 2s 6d. The probable lo a ness of the price compels us, as farmers, to see into the cheapest method of getting the wheat to market. Taking into consideration the probable low price of straw during Tne coming season, we nave come 10 uie conclusion mac it will not be worth saving, so are inclined to leave it on the ground to act as manure. To do this, we would buy a stripper and use it with results as shown below, viz. — Say we have 100 acres of wheat (ot course we have a bit more) Fourteen days, with 3 men at 7s, will do the lot, that...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Our Railways. We learn that our railways are not paying. Strange news this, after all previous accounts. Perhaps the Minister for Works is charging the cost of the 'big prosecutions' against the account. One would think that if there ever were any frauds in the past, and during which time about 3^ per cent, to 4 per cent, profit was shown, that now all ' such frauds (if anv ever existed'* ar« Rf-nnnprt. thp nmtit . of necessity must be larger. But no : according to all accounts our railways are not paying. They cannot be expected to pay, when such costly and absurd lines as the Mudg ;e and liiawarra are constructed. Let the Minister publish a statement showing the cost of each line and the amount of returns received from each, also an estimate of the cost of working, then it will soon be seen that? the lines named here are amongst the white elephants. The Minister has made up his mind that the trainage rates for passengers and goods must be increased — goods' rates to the extent of ...

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

Boxing Day! Boxing Day l HIGHLAND IaTHERING ! OK THE Bathurst Cricket Ground. Highland Piping, Highland Dancing, Scotch Games, Foot Races, Ricycle Races, Walking Matches, Hurdle Races, &c. ?M.J-M- GRAND -K^ BRASS 1J-11T ! Admission to the Ground, Is ; to the Grand Stand, Is extra ; Children under 12 years, half price ; Horses 6dt Vehicles 6d. Lots of Fun ! Be sure and Attend! G. SMITH & CO., TINSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, and GASPITTERS. TANKS. '~ TANKS TAtf KS made to order at lowest prices ; GfJTTER found and fixed; KIDGE 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 OF GASFITTlNGS, 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., LOWBR WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. NOTICE^ Water ! Water ! D EVANS HAVING received a LICENSE to LAY ON WATER, is now ...

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PARTICULARS OF THE SHOOTING FOR THE YEAR of all in Class B. who qualified for the 100 rounds of ammunition. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

PARTICULARS OF THE SHOOTING FOR THE YEAR of all in Class BM who qualified for the 100 rounds of am munition. ?g .] ^ Si) I ?-=-'! -Ulml 'Aggregte c? i% »'g-»coS*.2y* *-est6 9 in Name8* s 3 '&! I -5 $ ti £ s co^peti- I © faH«»iEi?4--oQ:Ofcft tions. -; 1 Private T. Clines ? .4145 50 45 46 50 3837 ? 277 46.161 2 Private A. Cubis ? 38 47 43 35 45 41 51 45 36 ...i 272 45 33 8 Private M. Clines ? 28... 31 37 46 36335149 52 ...I 271 45.16 1 Private J. Brown ? 34 36 504649 ... 5322 ? i 268 44.66 6 Private G. Wood ? 27 42 49 26 ? 42 ... 57 27 38' 255 42.50 6 Sergeant Hooper ? 37 264025 45 35 324532 37 35 239 39.66 7 Private John Bradley ? 2638 3841 ? 4737 ? 227 37 83 8 Private E. Burgess ? 38 41 26 33 ...38 38 35 34 ? 224 37.33 9 Private James Bradley ? 22 28 ... 17 21 ... 32 46 24 48 28 206 34.33 10 Prirate J. C. Wiburd ? 26 ... ... 23 15 34 35 48 29 26 ...I 198 33.00 11 Private A. Pulbrook ? 31 56 ... 33 ... 19 36 22L. 18 38 196 32.66 12 Private D. Clines ? 17 44 37302421 ? 173 28....

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

TheBathurst Post IS ruBLiBHED on the 15th of erery month, and, having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OB1 ADVERTISING : 8. ll For the ftrat inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered for special positions will be charged as under :— . For the Ut inch, or part thereof ? 8 0 „ each succeeding Inch, or part (hereof ? 1 6 ?«,* A Disoount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last Insertion. fight fatlwrst §nt WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1886.

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A debt-collector says: [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

A debt-collector says; ' Show me a partyof fifty per- ' sons going to make a trip to the Oonti-nent, and I'll jpoint out thirty-five who are staying off creditors to do it.'

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MAGAZINE RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

MAGAZINE RIFLES. Ik this issue we publish a long letter, written by Captain Walter H. James, F.G.S., late R.E., on the advantages of the magazine rifles, and pointing out that these weapons are becoming common among the war-prepared nations on the continent. Ho one will deny but that there are times during great wars when to be able to fire terrible numbers of rounds in the shortest possible time might cause victory to be won ; and it has long since been asserted that speed together with accuracy arc great features in firearms. The question, therefore, is to pet a weapon light enough to be easily carried by an ordinary soldier, which will throw the bullet a long distance with great accuracy, and, at the same time, one that can be loaded and fired rapidly. The British authorities maintained that in the Martini uenn tney naa tneBe gooa qualities, ? ne ivinrcini Henri is now about 10 years old. It is not at all surprising to find that since 1876 even the British authorities, with all t...

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

Great fears are entertained that the continuous rains will cause rust to appear in the wheat and give much trouble. A cer tain amount of smut will also be seen, no doubt. The Live Stock Journal of England. — We saw at the Bathurft School of Arts the other evening this most inter esting paper. In its columns are many instructire letters on the latest improve ments in horses, cattle, sheep. pigs, dogs, cats, poultry, and almost every living thing worth breeding. The persons taking interest in these animals should visit the School of Arts and read this journal. It is to be hoped that the back numbers will be kept at the Institution. New Catalogue at the Bathurst School of Arts.— Dur- ing the past few months the Committee of the above Institu tion have brought out a new catalogue, which is one of the most complete in the country. If one knows the name ot the author of any work he can find at a glance whether it is kept in stock or not. Again, if one knows the title of any particular wor...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Rifle Shooting. Wit heard that some of our Civilian Riflemen made tremendous scores during the last week in Novem ber. Some persons have whispered that the Civilians were not so warm on it lately. This may or may not be true, but one ought not to be sur prised if thev allow the excitement to flair a little — at any rate for a time. The ' novelty*' of the thing must bo wearing off, besides which thegieat event of the year — the Sydney Rifle Meeting — is just over. The next excitement, we hope, will be the Western Rifle Association Meeting, to be held some time early in 1887, at Bathurst.

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

/ IMPORTER OF \ / Polished Granite \ / and Marble Monuments, \ / Marble Mantelpieces, &c, &c. \ / RUSSELL STREET, BATHURST. \ Water ! Water i h. rendall&co. Licensed Plumbers, * Gasfitters, & Galvanised Iron Workers, PIPER STREET (BETWEEN WILLIAM AND BENTINCK STREETS). —BATHURST^ x Pumps of all kinds Fixed and Repaired. Hot and Cold Water Circulating Pipss. Roofs covered witfrsjron, and Guttering Fixed. \ Water Laid on. Work Guaranteed __ \ JOHN WIDE I CO.'S COBN FlrOUB — AND— Bice Starch —ABE— THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Ask your Grocer for them. dITntTsTrT! J. L. ALEXANDER,; Surgical & Mechanical Dentist (Registered in London), ST. STEPHEN'S BUILDINGS, George-street, Ba.th.urst. GEORG^SMITH, Builder & Contractor. All Kinds of Jobbing Work done. ESTIMATES GIVJSN, DURHAM STREET, BATHURST.

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PARTICULARS OF SHOOTING FOR THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

PARTICULARS OF SHOOTING FOR THE YEAR. The man making the best aggregate of his best 6 competitions to have 200 rounds of ammunition in Class A., and 100 in Class B. Class A. ^TT . -; I .U| J . . -c j Aggregte £T~ Zii eoSodoS^*^* best 6 g1 || Names. 3 § £ & | § w £ ~ - g competi- » 6* iS--^^MO!zifl turns. 4 1 Lance-Corp. John Naylor.. 44 49 57 50 57 60 56 62 44 55 53 351 57.50f 2 Private Jas. Hull ? 47 52 57 55 58 55 ... 48 42 48 56 333 55.50 8 Private W. Maddy ? 515*42 54 53 52 60 58 5139 47 330 55.00 4 Private Jas. Naylor ? 48 45 53 46 45 48 54 37 44 45 294 49.00 5 Private G. Wyburd ......... 3652 ? 55415144 279 46.50 6 Corporal Boardman ? 42 42 43 ? 49 47 43 50 ... 274 45 66 7 Private W. Bradley ? 48 49 41 29 39 25 22 38 27 39 44 260 43.33 f Lieutenant Webb ? 56 51 ? ? 53.50 I Sergeant Cook ? 40 ? 6155 ? 52.00 *\ Sergeant Campbell ? 4055. ..57 ? '.'. ? 50.66 Corporal Atkins ? 44 ? 47 47 ...41 45 ? 44.80 [_ Captain Cassidy ? ...42 ? 41 ? 41.50 * Did not shoot often enough t...

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The Crops. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

The Crops. Beautiful season this ! Any amount of hay, and a grand show for wheat — at least so most people say. The busy farmer has had little time to say much about it ; he has had all he can do to get his hay cut, and mare than he could do to get it saved. There is plenty of ifc, but the weather ha« been so 'tricky' that not even the most experienced has been able to hold the trump card. Some farmers have used the string-binders with much success, while others have failed. , From what we can learn, the failures have been caused through cutting the crop while damp either from rain or dew. Some say it was through cutting the crop too green. This may be the case with some, especially where much grass has run up with the hay ; but in the majority of cases the mouldiness has been caused through the wet from rain or dew. Early work on farms must be done, but the dew will not get away usually before 8 o'clock, and no string-binder should be put into a green crop of hay before it rises.

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

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

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

The Mornsby Harveser and String Binder 4s mnquestionably a g and machine. E. Wubb anfi Oo. liave only pnf left, which they are now fettering at the e^trdnely low price of £57 ion, wiih a -M-mpleN sit of extras. The set of ex&aa, in the ordjniry way, alone would be charged from £9 to ilO. Interesting items in connection with the available food supply of England. We find from The Standard, Oct. 18th, 1886, that the Board of Trade returns show that England received yearly 1,013,960 oxen, bulls (not to eat toe hope), cows, calves, sheep, and lambs, of the value of £7,181, 338 from foreign countries, and 110,004 of the value of £1,400,168 irora British posses sions. In bacon, hams, and salted meat 275,726 tons valued at £12,204,627 from foreign, and 33,501 tons valued at £1,525,295 from British sources. Of corn and flour foreign countries sent 2,886,061 tons, of the value of £26,051,278,whilst 975.529 tons of the value of £7,685,085 went from British possessions. — [These are ast...

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

[?] 1887. JANUARY. | Sj — 29 162330 M ! — 3 10 17 2431 Tj— 4 111825]— W| — 5 12 19 26! — T! — 6 132027 — F j — 7 14 21 28 — S j 1 8115 22 29 — 1 FEBRUARY, S| — 6 1312027 — M — 7 1412128^ T 1 8 15:22-*;— W 2 9 16123-^^ T 3 1017I24— -V F 4 111825--^^ mar6^; V; f^ T i 8 t J 22 £9 — T 3 ioiDt2#3i — 4,. ??..:..? - - f APRIL. / m — 4_nji§j55; T — 71A21I28U F 1 SfeUjagL fS j 2 fl 116123:301 — - / MAY fl 8ji5|22|2g — 2 9 16I233O — 3 ioi7|243i~ 4 ui8!25i— !— i . 5 I2*9j2(SJ — 1-— F 6 132027 — j — S 7 r42ij28 — ! — JUNE. Sj— 15112x9:26:-- M — 6I1320I27 — T,— 7 14 21 128 — W I 8SI522|29 T 2 9 i6 23'3o — F 3 10 17 24; — !— S 4 iiiiSJ^H / 1 ? ? Special Novelties ii| Boots & Shoes DIRECT FROM THE BEST MAKERS. TAILORING DEPARTMENTaTG'^S'-T: Most Stylish Cut and Comfortable Clothing. GENERAL DRAPERY~DEPARTMENTS ?* R E P L B T E. I* MEN'S READY-MADE CLOTHING WELL ASSORTED. Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, Scarfs— grand value. aS^STYHSiTMIlLXNEBY'SD NOW OPEN POH CHRISTMAS, GROCERY DEPARTMENT Well As...

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TABLE showing the Winners of 50 Rounds of Ammunition each month. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

Table showing the Winners of 50 Rounds of Ammunition each month. 1886 Class A. Scores Class B. Scores February 6... Private W. Maddy ...... 51 Private E. Burgess ? 38 March 6... Sergeant Campbell ? 55 „ R. Courticc ? 50 April 10... I. -Co. p. John Nay lor ... 57 „ G. Wood ? 49 May 8... Private J. Hull ? 55 „ J. Brown ? 50 June 5... „ J. Hull ? 58 ., RI. Clincs ? 46 July 10... L.-Corp. John Naylor ... 60 „ T. Clines ? 46 August 14... Private W. Maddy ? 60 „ T. Clines ......... 50 Septem. 4... #t G. Wiburd ? 55 „ A, Cubis . ? 51 October 30... Sergeant Cook ? 61 ., G, Wood ? 57 Novem. 13... Corporal Boardman ? 50 ., Jas. Bradley ? 48 Decem. 4... Private J. Hull ? 5(» „ A. Pallhrook ... 38 In Class A. it will be seen that W. Maddy, John Naylor, and Jas. Hull each won a second time, although they had to allow 6 points to all who had never won ; and Jas. Hull won a third time, although he had to allow all non-winners 10 points. In Class B., G. Wood and T. Clines made a second win, althoug...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 December 1886

riklk Shooting. At the beginning of the year Lieutenant Webb offered 1600 rounds of ammunition to be competed for by the Volunters on certain condi tions. The competitors were to be divided into two lots, one to be known as class A, and the other as Class B. The conditions were 7 shots at each range, 500 and 600 yards, with one sighting shot each range. All to shoo tat scratch ; after first win, those in Class A to have (5 points deducted from future scores (for monthly ammunition) and 10 points after second win. Class B same as above, except that 8 points be deducted after first win, and 12 after second.

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

J4ARVESTI N@_M ACH I N ERY. Ab (here is every prospect of a glorious and plentiful Harvest, FARMERS ehoald see about securing suitable Machinery for gathering it in. With tuts object iu view they should call on and inspect their Large anTvaricd Assortment, which comprises every Article, from the simple Scythe and Hand-rake toSic greatest triumph of mechanical skill— the Harvester and Self-Binder. to me greatest b™™J» ^ ^ t]mt thc ,,arvrsU?r au(1 Binder is the proper Machine for Harvesting the Hay Crop, and when Farmers are ina position to secure one, they should unhesitatingly do so. Of course some may not see their taylSto purchase a Hinder, then let them secure u Burgess' Combined Machine, with which they can both mow * S^ 1' of thc Machines on hand, K. WKBB & CO. would remind Farmers that they undertake to execute repairs to all descriptions of Machinery, having an experienced mechanic on thc premises, and keeping on hand a large supply of duplicate parts, are enabled to ...

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