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Ayoub Khan and the Ameer. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

Ayouo Khan and the Ameer. Lomdon, Aug. 9. — The prospects of Abdul Rah man, Ameer of Cabul, are gloomy. Late intelli gence has been received to the effect that further defections have taken place from his standard. The great bulk of his infantrp , besides a considerable portion of his cavalry, have deserted and joined Ayoub Khan at Candahar.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crop Prospects in India. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

Crop Prospects in India. London, Aug. 10. — Reports from India indicate that the crop prospects are unfavourable. At Ban galore and Mysore the crops are withering, vegetation is scanty, and the want ot rain is badly felt.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News of the Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

t«K ®m Rain is greatly neM^^^Sese parts. Ii ..ow-txy g being ^feateie-^^^^ery edfera jjp^ &ud Wiiiiu date vi^mtEHmtfpstii^tgmr''' i;i u does not fall dur^^n^Present iaontM- n\u, vvUi go very hard mw§P$n@i the small p-j,^ viAo depend entirely on their crops year by jj . \ urn is the cause of this dry weatiier ? E&: ^'.sv irs. What? It' we were in the mother -?omij| -? »1 ;, ,Oy 'Dizzy' were still alive and in office, pr. ; ? ^ : uy would say, 'Oh, the Conservatives arer: - ?;? head of this affair ! turn them out, and thefi . as ^|1| be better.' Poor 'i)izzy' and his I U^Mmient have been credited with many bad &f Tuty brought about the dull trade, and kej| i( vth'ii^ in suspense^ — at least, so said all of tfc Itii i;iXes] They didn't give the Yankees four mil % iowJa sterling over the il Alabama's' Httle trkp- ui ;£ut all Yankee claims were paid on her aeeounf; £ \-. ii.?n- f to have one million pounds sterling to the|^ n 'h^i^h they did not know what to do wi...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress of ?oollen Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

jprjjpieft 4 WbMm $n&mt\[^ We, in Australia, are apt to think that we are ' the people' of the world, at all events as far as this one production is concerned ; and no wonder too, seeing that during 1878 the enormous quantity ot 850,000,000 lbs. of wool was grown hereand sent to market. No doubt existjs, we hope, in the minds of any as to the importance of Australia as a wool producing country ; but because so many millions of lbs. of wool are grown here, don't let us run away with the idea that we produce all the wool that is wanted for the people of the globe. Possibly a few figures on this subject may interest some of our .readers, and we give the latest to hand from a jjondon paper, dated Sepfc. 18th, 1880 : — ? There are few things connected with the march of civi lig&tipn during this ceatiuy more remarkable than the gS 'l^,* tofagttf of the w 1 ; ad'aX growth, which has been most marked since1 K-, te tmii due to the extension of our own colonies a the d*«vJ men...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

®h(j -jjW-W& The hair is still worn in that most comfortable of styles, and requires no steps to reach the top to arrange. Feathers are more worn than usual, in plain colors and also shaded. Laces are more worn than ever. Such charming varieties are being made in them now, and they make such nice light summer trimming that they are all the rage in Paris and London. Liesse ruffling is also very fashionable. In old gold this looks very pretty. Silk mitts in black and colors are very fashion able. Something new and choice is to be found in capes, &c, in the new chenille fichues and capes now arriving. They look wonderfully rich, and are totally different from anything that has been worn in this way for years. New net capes, vesetes, &c, and cashmere capes, are also much worn in London and Paris. Costumes are more suitable and comfortable in style than ever. It, no doubt, will be some time before the present style changes much, as it is cer tainly an improvement ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1881

r^^^W consideration on the part of our present vjjjjl ?*«&* has been manifested of late tor the g^ol ^ *^e ii^rior* A deputation waited on Mr. , ey I ja^ew days since, praying that the* excursion i' thT H runs *° the . mouuntains, and even to | r0J y might come on to .Bathurst. It appears feat! I^urst is ' too far' away for excursion trains, ' ^jjjj t to the reply they received. The wonder tat J Pe train ever #ot so far as Bathurst. Our ii ds ^ ^TKa8Q and Dubbo had better ask for .. «n«J|-*»u» now. Ibb * v1™^ Industrial Exhibition to be held at . burst- 1 (tllis outlandish ' too far away' place) \. j. jj0y pmber, promises to be a very grand affair. '. wor/ phy gentleman who set the ball rolling iough, 1 we. are convinced, the suggestions of some hurst 'ladies) had no idea that it would ever go ^ br, Wf e believe it lias gone to Queensland and vWuaj' aU(* even nas reacned our own Govern a(1'- f for! we see tua* Sir John Robertson considers t d .-serve?9 encouragement to the e...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1881.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

BATHURST. [Prices current between purchaser and producer.] £ 6. d, £ s. d Flour, superfine, per ton ? 13 0 0 to 0 0 0 Flour, household ., ? 12 0 0 ... 0 0 0 Bran, per lOOfos ? 0 6 0 ... 0 0 0 Pollard „ ? 0 6 0 ... 0 0 0 Wheat, per bushel ? 0 5 0 ... 0 5 3 'Maize, „ ? 0 8 0 ... 0 3 3 *»arley, „ ? '. ? 0 2 6 ... 0 2 9 v^Sifttd, ?-?- ?- -,, .. ? 0 3 0 ... 0 0 0 Oaten Hay, per ton ? 3 0 0 ... 0 0 0 Potatoes, per cwt ? 0 2 3 ... 0 2 9 3Jurnips, Swede, per cwt ? 0 2 0 ... 0 (k oj Butter, fresh, per ib ? 0 1 4 ... 0 16 Butter, salt, , ? o 1 0 ... 0 1 2 Bacon, ,, ? 0 0 4 ... 0' 0 5 Eggs, per dozen ? 0 0 6 ... 0 0 0 Cheese, per 1b. ? 0 0 3J... 0 0 4 The above are prices on going to press, but they alter ,almost daily. THE LADY -HELP! Sole Agents for Bathurst— E. WEBB & CO. ? fr^L — . . Ration Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND AT E.WEBB & CO! Sy BATHURST. J&fese are now being1 sold at extremely low prices. Quotations always sent, on Application, to any part «$ the colony. WOOLPA...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

I Haberdashery List AT E. WEBB & CO.'S, BATHURST:— s. d. Brooks's Glace Cotton ? i 4£perdoz. Clark and Co.'s Atlass, 200 yards 1 1£ „ Coates's Machine Cotton, 400 yds. 2 104 „ Blocked China Tapes ? 0 11 „ Tapes in Fancy Boxes, from ? 0 3£ each Pins, mixed ? 0 l£peroz. Evans' Best Crochet Cotton ? 19 „ Alexander's Knitting, No 4 to 8 ... 2 0 per lb. Machine Silks, 50 yards ? 1 9 perdoz. Quarter-oz. reels black ? 0 6 per reel Needles, best make ? 0 2 packet Hooks and Eyes, black, assorted sizes ? 0 3 gross. Country Pins, from ? 0 2 packet Andalusian Wools—good assortment of Colors. ? ^ Scene. — Young lady and gentleman in ball-room. Sprightly damsel : ' Oh, Major Green, how is it you are not dancing?' Major Green (staff-late lieutenant 48th Plungers, who, by-the-way, never passed out of the riding school) : ' Oh — ah — you see — the fact is I nevah daunce now. Since I left the service, I feel quite abroad without my spurs, you know.' ENORMOUS SHIPMENTS OP NEW FANCY Dress Mater...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Bathurst Post." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

' ihtf latest lost' On making ifchis, my second appearance before the world, I have the extreme pleasure of announcing that my course has been one of uninterrupted joy and merriment. I ^congratulate ail those powerful die *rt&uter« of news that were in existence before me, and I must welcome with good grace all that may choose to follow in my footsteps. Follow me you may in the matter of being a printed newspaper, But follow me whithersoever I fly, This with a Herculean arm I defy. I go forth spreading the good news that is entrusted to my care to all parts of this colony of New South Wales. I ride over the highest mountains where people dwell : I run along the sides of the beautiful gently sloping hills, and I find my way with un blushing cheeks into the magnificent agricultural and pastoral districts of all parts. Yea, I confine not myself to this our lovely colony, I have already made a trip across the deep and briny ocean, and at this present moment I am indulging in the...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

m tm^~— ? I « Latest Fashions in Millinery did you say I *ere to be feund in Bathurst ?' ' Yes, there is no I mistake about it, new things that I have never -seen I before have just arrived per royal mail steamers I jfaiser-i'hind, Australia, and Rosetta. It is neces I ggjy to see these beautiful goods to appreciate them. I One '.reads a great deal in print now-a-days, and it I |jl reads well, but 'seeing is believing,' and they I are on view at the Western Warehouse.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Derby Dialogue. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

Derby Dialogue. (Archer is the most successful jockey that ever lived in the old country. Fordkam one of the most unfortunate.). ' Beautiful view I' exclaimed a novice at the Derby, as he stood on the hill-side, ' but it's curious that one doesn't see any gentleman's residences about ; tfo country seats, no ? .' Take my glasses, my boy I' interrupted his sporting friend ; ' look straight across, and you'll see Archer's seat and Archer's Mount. That's good enough for me' New spring Hats 1 new spring Bonnets 1 in innu merable shapes that would puzzle even our ' sporting friend' to see from whence such an assortment of beautiful things could possibly come. The different kinds of straw are also unlimited. Wide-brimmed Hats of course are much the rage ; they are trimmed with flowers, laces, and oc casionally one finds a small piece of new tartan rib bon, ombre ribbon or ombre satin on them. Among the immense assortment of new shapes will be found the ' Mulais,' the ' Stanhope,' the ' Lan...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poodle or Noodle? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

Poodle or Noodle t 8cEXE-*Oxford»6treet, Saturday afternoon : Tram whizzing along at full speed j fashionable young lady, with small canine attendant, standing at a junction, just as a gorgeously attired civil servant attempted to cross. Fashionable young - tody (in tone of alarm) : ' Mind the tram-car, darling.' . ; Civil servant (bowing profusely): 'Thanks^fair lady, for those thoughtful and endearing words. To know I am watched and cared for by one so beautiful as you, is indeed the acme of terrestrial bliss.' Young lady (rather astonished) : ' I did not speak to you, sir. I meant the other poo$e?^§pd- Pumfo ? _.^.._ - . , \ *? * .-t^£* '' The best run in New' South 'fdM| ^1|| the Lands Department, ' ' ? ::-: ? ^ '?f-/ f#$fe*

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Shut Up! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

Shut Up t Scene : Barber's shop. — Happy barber just trim ming a few remaining locks round lower part of an old gent's glossy head ' You're very bald, sir ! Have you tried our tonic lotion ?' ' Oh yes ; but that's not what's made all my hair fall off !' This old gent's head always reminded his little nephew (seven years old) of Heaven. ' Why ! How can that be, Johnny ?' (said his little sister three years old) ' 'Cause its bright and shiny, and there's no parting there!'

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

Men's Hats 1 Men's Hats ! MEN'S HATS!! Immense assortment of the LATEST SHAPES in SOFT FRENCH FELTS, and HARD FELTS, direct from the manufacturers, and E. W. & Go. intend giving their Customers the benefit of what they save by im porting direct. The beautiful 2\ oz. ZEPHYR HAT, a ' speciality' for Summer wear ! AIbo, a Novelty in GENT'S POCKET FELT HATS in cases. — Come and see them ! Laces are immensely used for millinery trimmings. They are in great variety of styles, &c. — See E. W. and Co.'s advertisement. Ombre satins are much used also as millinery trimmings. In fact these new satins are also largely used for trimming dresses. Ombre ribbons are all the rage. Plain satins much in vogue. Fancy straw hats — drooping shapes — the latest. Small capotes mostly in vogue in Paris. Passementerie trimmings still fashionable. Latest fashions as obtained from the leading Paris houses, London houses, and various fashion books are now at the Western Warehouse ; and the firm ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

E- WEBB* CO. Hare JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT from the MANU FACTURERS ia England, large shipments of Among these are some of the most stylish things imaginable, in Oliildren'6 and Boys' Suits. This Department has been a speciality 'with B. W. k Go. for some years past, but now iuey hope to bring their assortment to perfection. Children's Fanoy Tweed Stilts, only 7/11 Children's Fancy Tweed Suits, only 8/6 Boyf Fancy Tweed Suits, only 8/8 Boys' Fanoy Tweed Salts, only 9/- and 10/9 Youths' Good Tweed Baits, only: 19/11 (very good) Youths Good Tweed Suits, only 23/6 and 26/8 Men's Good Tweed Suits, only 48/6 (very good) Here is a very pretty little Blue Sur^e Suit, to fit boys from six to ten years old, trimmed with nice braid. Price, ©nly 6/11 ! 'Pa,' said little Jimmie, 'I was very nearly getting to the head of my class to-day.' ' How was that,, my son?' ' Why, a big word came all round to me, and if I could only have spelt it, I would have gone clear up.' Children's SuitS for the approach...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

0tt4 4farmm* The Government seem now inclined to do something for this important class of people. The farmers do not ask for anything unreasonable, common sense leads them in the matter of railway rates as well as in almost everything they do. There is no class under the sun blessed with a larger amount of reason ableness and common sense than farmers, and hence as a general rule' none are so happy and contented. One must take it therefore for granted that when these people speak out, there must be something radically wrong. What the farmers really want is something to enable them to get a larger return for their produce. Whether they send wheat, corn, barley, potatoes, eggs, bacon, butter, poultry, shesp, cattle, horses or pigs to market, they expect to get such a price for them that will pay expenses and leave something that may be termed 'profit.' During the past, the prices realized for much of the produce sent to the Sydney markets — our fountain head — have been so small that ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Interesting Sermons!—A Discussion from the Pulpit. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1881

Interesting Sermons !— A Dlsoussion from the Pulnit. The following incident occurred between an old Lord Elphinstone and his parish minister. The latter, be it premised, was a very addle-headed theo logian, and in his sermons occasionally knew not the end from the beginning. One Sunday his lordship, to his customary sleeping added an unmistakable snore. This was too much for the minister, who, like another, held that ' sleeping in the house of God was bad enough, but snoring was out cf tho question,' so he stopped and cried — ' Wauken, my Lord Elphinstone.' A grunt followed, and then his lordship answered t ' I'm no sleepin', minister.' . ' But ye are sleepin' — I wager ye dinna ken what I said last.' ' '* Ye said, ' Wauken, my Lord Elphinstone.* ' ' Ah, ay ; but I wager ye dinna ken what I said last afore that.' ' I wager ye dinna ken yefsol !** '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1881

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1881

\Ca\ital - -^2,500,000. ? Besem and other Funds ? £2,056,090. 1 iiicial ii ami I COMPANY. rtotJL Income ? £1,000,000 I -^Sydney Board of Directors:* I CHARLES T. GEDYE, Esq., Chairman. 1 HON. JOHN FRAZER, M.L.C., Vioe-Chaiman. I D. ALSOP. ESQ. I J. HINCHCLIFFE, Esq. i 32D1RD CHISHOLM, ESQ. R. JONES, JUN,, ESQ. f J. ] FAIRFAX, ESQ. JOHN NEWTON, ESQ. | R. C READING, ESQ. | . ''( J. ST. VINCENT, WELCH. Resident Secretary. ! Loptfigents : E. WEBB & CO., ' jM George-street, Bathurst. 3 HE LADY -HELP! Sole Agents for Bathurst— E. WEBB & CO. Station Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND AT E. WEBB & COJS, BATHURST. These are now being sold at extremely low prices. Quotations always sent, on application, to any part of the colony. WOOLPAOKS, loose ends, full ll£lbs., best Prime COARSE SALT Large Lump ROOK SALT SHEBPSHEARS, Ward and Payne's or Marshall's FENCING WIRE, GALVANIZED IRON, &O. i SEE GRO~CERY LIST I pn PAGE 4 of this paper. IMPORTANT TO TEA DRINKERS! We understan...

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