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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1885

Since the paragraph in reference to the transfer of the Government banking account from the Bank of New South Wales to the associated banks, was written, we have learned that the change will result in a considerable loss to the country. Youthful Follies. — Man regrets in after life the follies af early youth, and drinks at leisure the cup of bitterness filled in haste while young. The best half — Jenkins told his son who pro posed to buy a cow in partnership to be sure and buy the hinder half as it ate nothing, and gave all the milk. A Loud Dispatch. — A couple of countrymen went into the General Post-Office to send a telegram without having any clear idea as to how it would be transmitted. The message was taken, and just as the pair were leaving, the big bell of St. Paul's struck one. Whereupon one of the rustics gave a jump, saying, ' By jingo, there it goes, Jim I'

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1885

I Sergeant Musgr8ve on the war path, protecting I harmless little fish. Whether it be thoughtlessness or I down right villany that causes some persons to I murder little fish in thousands, it is high time that I foe law stopped it. I u^ BIG ST0RM brewing in the distance for the I Mayor elect of the future to sail his ship and crew I «Mdy through. What does it mean ? Time will I JJ8** J but you will see that one or two cases of I y8 *' shillings ' parting company with their custo I aiaaa, wfli take place— more's the pity, but as I «suai nobody will be to blame. I » p fi ,^ave receiyed some good things from I ^ercy,', Our Liverpool (England) correspondent. I gere is one of them :-—' A story is told of a I wferman, who, while shaving, accidently cut off his I Jose. In his excitement he dropped theraisdriMtl I Sj^Pitated one of his toes. Hastily picking up I jjc dismembered portions of his anatomy, he clapped I tJui ^ the deeding wounds and bound them on I Sn I h After the flesh had Sro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1885

PTS COCOA EXTRACT. | 1 ' Having the superflupus richness removed, thisperfectly pure and digestible Cocoa meets \ the approval of the most fastidious taste.' — British Trade Journal. ' Absolutely pure and genuine. We strongly recommend it to all who appreciate the full flavour and fine aroma of perfect Cocoa. — Lancet POT HOMEOPATHIC COCOA, ' Highly approved by the Medical Profession for consumers generally,' — Medical Times, I ' No more delicious, refreshing, nourishing, and wholesome beverage has ever been manu ( factored.' — Dr. Hassall. s ? Fry's Chocolate Sticks B Fry's Chocolate Drops ? Fry's Chocolate Creams Fry's Malted Cocoa Fry's Rock Cocoa Fry's Caracas Cocoa Fry's Bon Bons Fry's Eating Chocolate Fry's Cocoa Nibs. I- AGENTS: I EL TOTEBB £& CO., I Merchants, Bathurst. . -mj^^^^^^^M rfDtfg^^— JjBj*^Bt^^Jwi ^^^^^''^?ji^^^W'HlHHMlM™ ^S^is^^r^*^ ^^Tr 1 1 'II ^T ▼' ' T 'I 'v T^k ^\ ^^rf ^\ TpEBATpOI^TpHjpitiy. J. L ALEXANDER, ?tfbmist rat Statist, (Registered ia London)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1885

FARM ^AJJCTIflN AT THE ROYAL HOTEL, BLAYNEY, ON MONDAY, MARCH 2nd, 1885, ? ?: ? ? I . At half-past 2 o'clock. DAISTFARM, GREGHAMSTOWN, Consisting of 361 ACRES 3 ROODS classified as follows : — 112 ACRES Virgin Soil of rich quality. 100 „ cleared and grubbed, very productive. 40 „ grubbed. 20 „ ringbarked. , 50 „ arable. Balance of first-class quality agricultural and grazing. IMPROVEMENTS. 4-roomed Lath and Plaster Dwelling, very cosy ; roomy Kitchen (with loft), Servant's Room ; very substantial 7-stall Stable (iron roof) ; Wheat Shed, capable of holding 20 00 bushels ; Machine Sheds (one 30 x 20 ; Rick yards, &c. ; first-claes Orchard, 1J acres treed with the best of fruits in full bearing ; Kitchen Garden, Flower Garden of choice plants. WATER-NEVER-FAILING SUPPLY, two good wells (pump). R. H. PALMER HAS received instructions from Mr. Jeremiah Bentley to sell at the ROYAL HOTEL, BLAYNEY, ON MONDAY, 2ND MARCH, At 2.80, His well-known Farm, at Greghamston, joining the Publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

±-^&- HAMILTON ft PURSER, '??'J^^^m/B^^^^^^^J Howick Street, Battrurst, HAMILTON & PURSER beg to inform the inhabitants of Batkursfc and surrounding districts that tJysy have COMMENCED BUSINESS as COACH and BUGGY BUILDERS, and that having secured those ceuti;ally situated and commodious premises lately occupied by Messrs. Cobb and Oo,, they are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to them with neatness and promptitude. NOTHING BUT THE BEST AMERICAN SEASONED TIMBER KEPT IN STOCK I ?TaTTiLTON & PURSER, HOWICK STREET, BATHURST. Both Membot* of the Firm wore in the employ of Messrs. COED & CO. for a considerable period, Mr. HAMILTON having been Foreman of tbO Patnteiiop in that well-Irnowu establishment lor 17 years, and they can -with confidence recommend their Workmanship to the public.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

BUB? ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ . ? ? ,. . ,,... ? .-.....— ..,4...... ..I... i Wt- Bathursfc Agricultural, Horticultural, aud Pastoral pjv Society's next show will he held on the 15th, 16th, and It 17th April. Begin to think about this matter early, and !fi prepare your exhibits bo that you might beat everybody. I Hibernian Flour Mills, I BATHCB8T. y ; ' ____ NOTICE TO FARMERU OTHERS, 'TPHE highest Cash PRICE given for WHEAT r 4* in any quantity, delivered at the Mill or Railway Stations. ON SALE, all kinds of Mill Produce at cur rent rates. . F. CRAGO, Proprietor. IWUGRIDCE BROS., SUM SAW MILLS m JO11EIT I 'works, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. I Hare on sale, at the abov«» Mills and at the Branch Yard, I TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, I All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes, I Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes, I Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. I White Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles, I Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. I LI...

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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XIV. A GREAT IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

A'BAD BO Y'S D I A RY.~ CHAPTER XIV. A GREAT IMPROVEMENT. How sad it is to be homesick ! Last night 1 lay awake a long, long time — moren half an hour — thinking1 about Betty and her crost-eyed beau to home in our kitchen ; wile here was I, a poor little boy, banished from the herth of my four fathers, that sick an' wery of the wurld, I was disgusted with the.jrin&erbred they gave us for our sunpsr. 0 mamma, send and bring thy poor Georgie home! 1 cannot endure the way Professor Pitkins tolks: of about my spelling. I cannot endure the hash j and otcmeai they have for brekfust. I cannot j endure the incults of the big boys. Tlk\y don't seem j to think little boys has any more feeling; than a tode. You can cut- of a tode's head and it won't mind it a bit. I think it's offul fun — first find your tode. ' Spefehul care taken of small pupils,' says the sirkular. . Mrs. Pifckins she rung my father's hand : 'I'll be a muthcr to him,' says she, witch made me felc very bad. I didn/fc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

A few important events hare taken place since our last *chat with the people.' No doubt mest of you are already aware of them ; but some .ire not, and so that all may know our doings in Bat hurst we will mention a few of them. Firstly, — The Annual Meeting of the Agricultural, Horticultural, and Pastoral Society was held at the Town Hall on the 2ml inst., when the officers had a most pleasant duty to perform ;—viz., to present to the members a balance sheet showing that the society had All 20 to its credit in the Bank. On the strength of this the grounds are to be enlarged ; a care-taker's residence, a pig palace (I), a poultry drawing room (.'), and some lanlrines are to be erected. Good for the society ! The Annual Meeting of the School of Arts was held on the 9th inst., when another satisfactory state of things was found to exist. ' Out of debt, out oi! trouble.' During the past y,ear 524 paid members were on the list, being an increase on the proceeding year. The actual subscrip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

1. WEBB & CO. HAVE PLEAStJRK IN SUBMITTING A LIST OF THEltt IN AGRICULTURAL IMfLEMEfJTS, / All of which can be thoroughly recommended, as E. WEBB & GO. make it a point of supplying none but the very best in all the respective classes. A* the ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers shouldacall and inspect the very fine assortment now on view. * * HOWARD'S PATENT 'SIMPLEX' SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS. ** Possessing great strength and rigidity. They 4 Cannot be Broken, Nor will they Spring under the SEVEREST STRAIN. [?] They aro fitted witli a novel form of head, which enables the Ploughman, by simply turning a handle, to RECULATE THE LINE OF DRAFT without Stopping the Horses, thus effecting a considerable saving in time in the course of a DAY'S WORK. HORNSBYS SINGLE- FURROW PLOUGHS. F l-wheeL; FG, RB, LU, and H 2-wheel, «* All fitted with STEEL BUEASTS, and IMPROVED to meet the requirements of the district. ^x^?N^ ^^^^^^^^^i m- THESE PLOUGHS | ARE TOO WELL | KNOWN TO NEED ...

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Our Sydney Letter. 9th February, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

®ur £rolnt£ letter. Pfrom our own cokuebpondent.] -)th February, 1885. «- Khabtoum has fallen.' ' No tulings of Gonlon.' If ever there was room for poet's pen or nrti.n's pencil, it was between 2Cth and 28th January, 1885, in ami around that devoted city. It is a theme full of .sjjjSpiiii spirit-stirring thoughts, and still more oreffnant with fearsome awe-slricken terrors, as to »fhat shall be the unveiling of the mystery. One tiling is certain, there is no retreat now tor England until the Jlahdi is crushed, and what lives, what sacrifices, what money that means, none can tell. The flower of Britain's youth and nobility will be willingly offered upon the altar, the chivalry and valor of bye-gone days will live again, all 1 and the awful iniserics of 'the Eastern battlefields and Westeru homes will be linked in tics of blood and tears. The world will await with iuteusest interest the progress of the events that clustor around Wolseley's brave band of warriors. Now is the time to te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

N O T I C E. D. MCDONALD, * FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, CORNER 01' WILLIAM AND RUSSELL STREETS, NEAR ROl'AL HOTEL. 13(!gs to return his thanks to the public generally and his customers for past patronage, and he hopes by civility and strict attention to business to continue to merit their approval. — ? tgg- Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hair Curled or Cut at their private residences. J|d|[|ji Flower Garden! 3^}|^M^^3^SB^ Ornamental Trees, Flo yy^mMHpHHBw|^| wering Shrubs, Roses in A LARGE and CHOICE STOCK of the above now ready for immediate planting. Also POT PLANTS of evory description. Prices strictly moderate at R. COLEMAN'S FERNDALE NURSERY, UPPER PIPER-STREET, A Bona Fide Agency. W THE VERY BEST DONE FOR ALL CLIENTS. R. H. PALMER, (the well-known land salesman), AUCTIONEER, {Licensed for the whole Colony), GENERAL AGENT, OF THE Blayney Building and Investment Association, Limited. STOCK & STATION A6E$T 'NEXT 'DOOR- TO' THE %T:|1^ Royal Hotel,Blayn^|

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BLAYNEY BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

BLAYNEY BREVITIES. P«V '* BREVITY.'! Weather very changeable. The country around Blayney looks well after the late fine rains. Another rich find of copper near here. It has been decided by the Parochial Council of the Church of England to increase the size of the present church by erecting a double transept on the East cud. The first sod demonstration promises to be a great success. There will be a banquet, sports, and ball. The Church of England people are getting up an Art and Industrial Exhibition, and Fancy Fair, the proceeds of which will be divided between the Church enlargement fund and the parsonage debt fund. The municipal election took place on the 10th February, when Messrs. R. H. Palmer and M. Watson were returned. The crops may, on the whole, he said to have turned out satisfactory. The post and telegraph offices are being enlarged. Messrs. Dowse and McDougal have set up a printing plant o£ no ordinary class, wherewith to bring out the Blayney ' Argus,' which has for so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

LADOW'S 4blftT121- PULVEHrSOfG AND --» SMOOTHING DISC HARROWS. - The tndsfc useful implement eves introduced on a farm, -»n account of their many cx'cllci t qualities, and for t)-3 ninny purposes for whieh they can be utilised. WHAT IT WILL DO. It will thoroughly pulverise the soil, by lifting it up to the fertilising effects of sun and , raiu. It will pulverise, cover,J and mix manure with the soil. \ It will actually save ploughing j in many instances. It will I co^er to any desired depth all i kinds of grain as no otheij harrow will ; birds cannot gefg at the. seed ; seed can be sow i if broadcast on stubble land, an^l every kernel of grain covered^ by it. It will produce better' crops, by reason of its thorough preparation of the soil. Jointed PttlTcr izing Hacnnr* ^?^^ /'The new center box, the new weight\ jMr' / box coupling, and placing the draft-bars at \ jk^. As W£$*/ the middle of the gangs are all ] ^jj[^^L,^gnfe ^STn, Great Improvements yjaflHHHA THE FOLLOWING SIZES ARE ...

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POULTRY. (To the Editors of the Bathurst Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

POULTRY. (To the Editor of the Batlwrxt Pod.) Gentlemen, — As most of your readers like ' new laid ' eggs, and have no objection to a dinner from a nice tender young chicken occasionally, 1 think a few words about ' poultry,' at this trying season, would be interesting to many of them. ? I would, not attempt to write on the subject simply for the benefit of the experiencod '; fancier',' because he knows better than I do how to treat his birds, and where to seek his required information at any time. About this time of the year it is not an uncommon thing to find several of our favourite hens moping about the yard, or the run. if fortunate enough to have one, with their wings down, their tails drooping, and their ears in close proximity to their shoulders, and looking generally 'out of sorts.' Experience, Jast year, taught me that it they were left alone, almost every one that got queer, died in a very short time. I lost about seven or eight during last summer before I could check the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

: HOWARDS New Riding and Self- Lifting '©ANGf LOUGHS. ? VV HDD 01 lA/. ami THREE firrow. ggr Without a doubt, before many years these ploughs will be in universal demand, and ploughs with handles bo a thing of the past. ? Wherever they hare been used, they have B; .... far exceded expectations fir the easy I manner in which they work, and the I rapidity with which ploughing is ? accomplished ; and the ploughman, who ? always sits in the soat, is not fatigued in ? the slightest. The lifting gear is simple H and effective ; the ploughman bringing into ? play, ft simple brake attachment, which H comes into contact with the wheel. The H onfrarl motion of the 'horses lifts the H plough clean off the ground, and when in H this position, the implement is b;i);i»c(?d on H its wheels and self-supported. [?] [?] — ii —????? ssr — -i~rs~i — *-^-_ »!-— =r- — ip— m—*. f '3 T«M|r*^- ' — HOWARDS O.B.U. GENERAL PURPOSE DOUBLE PLOUGH | ptted with Patent Lifting _tf iad Steering Apparatus. tk lifting...

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CHINESE GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

CHINESE GORDON. Since wo wont to print, the fate of that noble and most extraordinary man— Chinese Gordon— has become known. It appeare that on January 26th, the garrison, which was in Khartoum, under the immediate command of General Gordon, was decoyed to Omdurman, on the opposite bank of the Nile, in order: to repel a pretended assault by the rebels. Faragh Pasha, and another, then opened the gates of Khartoum to the rebels, who immediately entered the uitv iu gram Lorce ana capturea it. General liordon was stabbed and murdered on the spot as he was coming down from the palace. A number of his troops, who remained faithful to their command, rallied, and resisted the attack, but were overpowered by the rebels, who massacred all those who had remained loyal to General Gordon. The enemy showed no quarter, and carried ou a merciless slaugh ter for several 'hours. Report says, that even women and children were massacred. Thus the life of one of England's noblest men has been thrown awa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

Established 1865. -HcHYE WMLETOIYE*-*- Established 1865. TIN ZIN6, AND IRON WORKS, CORNER OF GEORGE AND HO WICK STREETS, man u fag td rers FO TINWARE, TANKS, BATHS, CISTERNS, - COLONIAL OVENS, LAMPS, SUNLIGHTS, HORSE-TROUGHS. WATER APPARATUS FITTED UP FOR Baths, Kitchens, Conservatories, k See the Working Model AT THE WORKS, U GEORGE & HQWICK STS,, BATHURST. W GAS FITTERS AND PLUMBERS. FUMPSf WINDMILLS AND TANKS SUPPLIED AND FED, ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS. Roofs Covered with Corrugated Iron. GUTTER AND MIDQE FIXED. DEPOT for Galvanized Iron, Gutter, Ridging and Pipe. Corrugated Tanks, and Iron Curved to any Gauge, to order, for | ROOFS, VERANDAHS, &C. . jA. large stock of Gasfittings, Chandeliers, &c, &c., on hand.. J£lectf\ic Bells, Indicator, and Pushes Supplied and Fixed. 'ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TINWARE IMPORTERS. ? - ? ?- ..I'h. TRADE CATALOGUE. ' '' LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO STOAIES AND TUADJ3. '* i

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

* Important to the Farmers.— We have frequently I jieat'd farmers say that it doesuot matter how pinched the I seed wheat is that they sow, provided it is not bruised. I Some assert that they liavc had grand crops from such I geed on certain seasons. Perhaps the season was a most I favourable one, and they had not sown ''selected'' samples at I tlic same time, and thus seen tho difference. For the benefit o£ those of our farmers who road the ' Post.' we publish some important matters re this subject : — 'Pedigree Wlieat. — Tn working out his well-known systems, Major Hallett has arrived at the following con clusions :— 1. * Every fully developed plant, whether of wheat, oats, or barley, presents an ear superior in pood ac tive power to any of the rest oil that plant. 2. Every such plant contains one grain, which, upon trial, proves more productive than any other. 3. The best grain in a given plant is found in the best ear. 4. The superior vigour of this grain is transmissible in dif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

Hit* ^atkurst p^st . SATURDAY7 FEBRUARY 14, 1885.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 February 1885

5» JAMBS W. SMITH, j^H^i ?/.-'? — PRACTICAL — ^fwChrooometer, Hatcli and Glockmaker, Jeweller, &c. ^QjStpr (NEXT Me. W. H. PAUL'S), WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, DKSIBES to inform the public of Bathuret and surrounding districts that he has commenced business in the above centrally situated premises, and he begs to say that it will be his endeavour to afford satisfaction to all those who favour him with their patronage. Konc but the Ibcst goods procurable are kept on hand, and having personally selected his stock, J. W. S. can confidently recommend it to the public, whether as regards Prices, Quality, or Variety. A speciality will be made of Waltham Watohes, which for Time-keeping, Durability, and Workmanship combined, cannot be surpassed by any patent in the world. A large and well-assorted stock to select from. Also English Levers and Genevas of every description. All his GOLD and SILVER CHAINS bear the London Hall Mark, which is a guarantee of their genuineness. The Goods are...

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