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

Young Lady (to ;Mr. Septimus .Boftiii^Aj— ;- Oh, Mr. Septimus, Lfc was too bad, of 'y^*lA0 to accept our inyit^Uou ! to dijitwtV ^'g^d^^Wi only ha4 amece of' rQastiiee^v' but if ypti^d^cBia^ we should l^aye Mdii ^boB^f :%^f^-\3:0;; .AdwjadfuU^^ £ke. be8t,,of $n-m are fctfil mm .at mMsk ' H I -5

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY BREVITIESr [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

BLAYNEY BREVITIESr [BY ' BREVITY. J Railway demonstration on Ihursday, 19th March. Owing to assemblage of Parliament impossible for Ministers and Governor to attend. Banquet conse quently postponed sine die. His Excellency hopes to visit the district later on Big boom then. Blayney volunteers in plain clothes saw Soudan contingent off. Blayney-Murrumburrah works commenced at this end. Business quiet. Demonstration on 19th inst. will consist of turn ing of the first sod, ball, people's lunch, &c. Numerous visitors expected from Bathurst. The ball will be a grand affair. Rev. Mr. Uzzeil died on the 9th inst. Mr. J. R. Glasson elected Mayor. Mrs. Andrew Lynch will turn the first sod. Building operations going on apace. Plenty of grass and water. Country looking well.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

Hibernian Flour Mills, BATHUEST. NOTICE TO FARMERS & OTHERS. ''pHE highest Cash PRICE given for WHEAT '^ in any quantity, delivered at the Mill or Railway Stations. ON SALE, all kinds of Mill Produce at cur rent rates. F. CRAGO, ? Proprietor. imimii; Stock and Station, Land and Estate AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AND ?Hm 1DH1D&* A.M.P.S.BUILDINGS, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. Sale Yards : Bafhurst & Lidsdale . ' T«E |)AR{BSJ M B|Sf STOCK IH AUSTjgA. '' J. STANLEY,, '; Concertina Dogtqrj WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST. / Prepared by L.PEATE, HOWICK-STREET, BATHtfRST.! ; Peate's Household Specialities are the very best and purest ever offered to the public ; ' Free from all adultarations. Patronized by his Excellency the Governor OP N. S. Vt, Highly commended. One first and four special prizes awarded. ?, PEATE'S CHALLENGE BAKING POWl)E|lirrTbe yery best and purest ever offered. Sold in packets. . , PEATE'S CRATED LONDON BAKING POWDER,-* Highly recommended by the Medioal...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HALF-HOLIDAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

'k/LtiF-HOLi^AY. CELEBEATION. The -u»p%4s of the wostprn- ' wOTchouw, on W«dn&sdlay la^t, celebrated tlicvthir«l mmiTOrsary of liieir wcekV imlf-iioliday hy a tlcmonMraiion and ^r.uin on the Racecourse. At nbout 2 o'clock the Jitfploy^g, numbering abon^ 100, toirf ther with a few friends, left the wweiiouso in vehicles- provided for thep^ose, comprising two 4-horse conches, fivei wagonettes, and a number of busies ; and wi^h -he band playing inspiriting airs and fl a^s fljri'g, pro ceeded tlirough the principal streets of the town, and tUencc to the racecourse. Attiring, there, various amusements were at once indulged in, numbers dancing to the strains of the Bathurst band. A programme of sports was also gone through, with the following results : — Western Warehouse Handicap, 125 yards — 1st prize, gold bracelet, presented by Messrs. E. Webb and Co.; 2nd and 3rd prizes, trophies. This event was run in two divisions* and finally won by Cliff ; Studdnrt, 2nd ; Sadlier, 3rd. Ha...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Sydney Letter. 9th March, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

-®«r ^gdnug Iitttqr. [from our own correspondent.] 9th March, 1885. I little thought when penning my last, and throwing out the hint that it was a favourable time to show our patriotism, that, before it would appear in print, Mr. Dalley's now famous offer would be in the hands of 'our Gracious Queen. Looking back upon the history of the past month, is a retrospect worthy of our keenest consideration. Speaking individually, I believe it to be the first Hoe in our national life — one of those times of which it is written ' a nation shall be born in a day.'-' With that offer came the breath of- a new existence — the throbbing pulse of old England \ joined its life-blood with the new-born life of sacrifice and devotion shown in our vigorous action, and we rose to the dignity and honour of national life. For the first time in our history we dared to give op, as a willing offering, something mom than our gold, or wool, or land — our noble sons ; and Grordon has not died in vain, for adown...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN IDYL ON AN IDOL [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

AN IDYL ON AN IDOL Britannia weefcs ! Her noblest son is slain ! A traitor dealt the blow ! Let tears; like rain Descend. Her cup is full unto the rim, For he is gone ! there are no more like him ! With all a woman's gentleness, no fear Nor thought of self disturbed his mind. So dear Was his great purpose, his exalted aim, He dauntless faced o'erwhelming foes ; no fame Or worthless bubble lured him to the strife : : lie lived, above 6uch dross — a purer life. fe Up, Britain, up ! Spend not thy strength in grief, i , For other sufferers wait thy quick relief. ? J Thy sympathy is sweet ; but now, begone ':?$: Thy woman heart ! It is no time to mourn. (' What make.s the soldier ? The dash, the tact, ,;? Thewiwrfto think, and the spirit to act') So, warrior, don thy helmet for the fight, ; And wield thy sword in maintenance of the right. C. Tom. March, 1885.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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The Depa?ture of One Troops for the Soudon. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

®h-icjim[tuJTof#iuiirooi)sfor,thi*fo«{laiu As most of our readers aro aware of the circum stances that led to a contingent of tioops leaving our shores for the seat of war in the Soudan, wo will not dwell long on them, but merely state, in passing, thai immediately it was known in New South Wales that '? Chinese ' Gordon had met his end at JCharfcouui through troachcry, the whole colony was set on fire wiih excitement. The Acting-Colonial Secretary, the Hon. W. 1). Dalley, seeing his opportunity for making an u offer ' at the right moment, seised the same. He took the boldest jump ever yet made by an Australian. After consulting the heads of the militnry department, he sent a wire to the home Government offering to send 500 troops and two batteries of artillery to the seat of war at once, and at tiie same tiiiio to pay all expenses. The offer was accepted, and volunteers frbin all parts of the colony sent in their names stating their desire to go to th* Soudan. The list was filled t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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LADOW'S JOINTED PULVERISING AND SMOOTHING DISC HARROWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

LADOW'S JOINTED PULVERISING AND SMOOTH ING 'DISC HAKIIOWS. The inoft upcful implement ever in1 rod in-erl on n fiirm, *m act-ouut of ilifir i»an)r oxwllrul. qualities, uud for the ninny (lurposos for which they can be utilised.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN THE SOUDAN, PRESENTED BY E. WEBB & CO., IMPORTERS, BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

Ifjp OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN THE SOU Dm®. r ? PRESENTED BY- ? ^ E. WEB© & 60., IMPORTERS, BATHUflST. Ulrii bills whoso ridge divides the watersheds ot me flue anarao S»»-a oounto not. difficult Sme little hertpej and ton the SSmwd slopcsH! #ie »ngo ft Scat vorletE dl^cotaatiq. scrub. I'boolimRte.Hhoughhot through tiioday, Is cod enough by night, ttudfdoUgUtfailJftt euriy morning aitf later nftornoon. From the mountains the roud descends to tho dry, hot plains, where seldom oomes any rain and perpetually blow heated gales, when for 140 miles extends ah utter wilderness of sand. «ud bl&ck rock, and where &w$UL the wrelcheu Bosherocn Arabs, whose main city is Berber, lladenowas occupy ull iho oourttry about Suakiui, Trlnkitat, ond Siukut. They were guilty oH thomnsstici-og in these strongholds. TJtey supplied the armies Osnmn Mgna led, mid they will most Jikely llnd work for General Graham and our brave fellows, whqV'iU nght at Ills orders, before tlioy reach the ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

Satisfy yourself as to the MERITS OF THIS HARROW before buying auy other, and SEND your ORDER EARLY, so as to ensure getting one, as there is now a large sale for them.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XV. HE BECOMES A ELEPTOMANIAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XV. BE BECOMES A KLEPTOMANIAC. It's od how much a boy turns when he goes to a bording school Arthur Brown has shown me how to throw a paper wad so's nobudy won't know it was you who thrown it. Willie Wilson has shone me how to get up after you go to bed and have lots of fun ; also how to rite your answers down on a ?lip of paper in your book, so you don't hare to study so hard. Mental rithmetic is offul hard — you hare to do it all in your head — it gives you headake when you want to go skating. It's much easier on the slate, coz you can make a picture of the Professor when you are not ading up your sums; and you can draw Mrs. Pitkins very stout, only you must rubber out quick, before she sees you at it, for it makes her fereful mad to be drawn brodder thtn she is long. She cot me at it y isterday. I had to stand in tbe middle of the room and ware a dunce cap made out of fool's paper. I didn't care, but Betty will bo huffy when I rite to her how I am treat...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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E. WEBB & CO.'S GROCERY PRICE LIST. Qualities Guaranteed in all Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

E. WEBB & CO.'S GROOEBY PEICE 1^ Qualities Guaranteed in all Cases. W The followim? prices are for Net Cash paid over the counter at the time of purchase. A slight advance will be made on these prices if entered . v fl. d. 'Ajjjjd, Tartaric ? 2 6 perlb. Wles, crime dried ? 0 \)\ „ ^owtoo##U4;;..W4...., 0 7,, Baking Powder, Waugh's 16 ,. f Parley, Pearl ............... 0 3| „ Peking, Day & Martin's 0 4J per bot. lacking, paste, best .....; 0 6 perdoz. jscuits, Soda ? 0 7 perlb. ' i»iRcuits— Afro\vrpoL Coffee, ^. Rice, Wine, Pr.^f Wales 0 8 „ ;f!^Us,^Wftter ............ o 6j „ Jwcuits, Cabin ? OH,, l^ts, Ronic ........... o «| ; s. d. Canary Seed, 4d lb ; U-lb lots 34 per lb. Candles, 5 medal, full wt. 0 9& „ „ Moulds ? 0 5 „ Chocolate, best soluble ... 16 „ Cloves, best ground ? 2 3 „ Cigars,iqOinbox,vy,good 12 0 Cocoa, Fry's ? 17 „ ? »» Bpps'8 ? ? ?? 1 9 -, Cocoatina, best , ? 1 7£ per tin Coffee, pure fresh ground 19 per lb. Carraway Seeds ............ 0 5 „...

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

mi m mills m liiti WORKS, Russell and Eaztken Streets, Bathurst. Hare on gale, at the abov* Mills and at the Branch Yaril, TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes, Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes, Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. WMte Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles, Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIMB, CEMENT, PIASTER, GALVANIZED IRON. FlREWOOD~~AND COAL. Tenders given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINEES' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. The Bathurst Pharmacy. dpttemtst wd JMst, (Registered in London), ijember of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and New South Wales, WILLIAM STREET, (ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL), J. B. DULHUNTY j Begs to inform his numerous friends and constituents that .. he is prepared to furnish on the shortest notice, plans, ' traceings, and maps of all descriptions for Squatters* Selectors, and Farmers, either to lodge with the Depart...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

N O T I C B« I D. MCDONALD, FASHIONABLE I HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST,! CORNER OF 1 WILLIAM AND RUSSELL STREETS, NEAR I ROYAL HOTEL, odj Begs to return liis thanks to the public genera^^^l his customers for past patronage, and he hopes by ^#1 and strict attention to business to continue to mertf a approval. ? ? -??- ? j^- Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hair Curled or Co* M at their private residence's. ' ^***m Printed for the proprietors by GLYJJDWR WHALAN, »* KiSSa Printing Office, 8ob«4 of Arfc Building*, BowiofcstMtt, w~ m

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

??. ;. .1 Wl I W I I i / \ ??:..?? r irAX^I^KAltJftl^i^^iJMtT^tfo A LIST p^Wfe^ v}C t^'i'./'. ' . „ ^ |j r ... ? ? /. ;1N .&**? ? I AGRICULTURAL IMf LEMEJMTS, All of which catv be thoroughly recommended, .nsJJB. WEBB & CO. makn] it a poi:»t of supplying none but the very best in ell the respective classes. As I the ploughing season is drawing near, Farmers should call and inspect the very line assortment now on view. ' I HOWARD'S PATEN^'ii^Pllx^iNGLE FURROW PLOUGHS, I and rigidity. They ^BV^MSS^g^^T ^^^ form of head, which enables m r|nnnn| L* Pnn|/On ^^^bZ^llfe^ ^^mi Jiti turning a handle, to 1 baimUl UK Dl Ulldll, ^^^^^^^^^^Tk &A. J^A mm \m Of mtl- 1 Nor will thoy Spring under ^^^ZiZ___J@^ ^k r^JipLJs 1 ^topplnB . the Horsfcs, I HOENSBY'S SINGLE-FURROW PLOUGHS.— F l-wbcel ; FG, RB, LH, and H 2-whed PLOUGH, with STEEL BREASTS, and suited to the I requirements of the district. m DOUBLE- FURROW PLOUGHS. \ The stock held by E. WEBB & CO. surpasses anyth...

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WHAT IT WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

WHAT IT WILL DO. It will thoroughly pulverise the soil, by lifting it up to the fertilising effects of sun and rain. It will pulverise, cover, and mix manure with the soil. It will actually save ploughing in many instances. It wil1 cover to any desired depth all kinds of grain rs no other harrow will ; birds cannot get at' tho seed ; seed can bo sown broadcast on stubble land, and every kernel of grain covered by it. It will produce better crop8y by reason of its thorough preparation of the soil/ it vvuj, wan u i.tt-e grasg scedj thoroughly renovate pasture land. It is invaluable lor summer fallowing land. It will cut, crush, and pul verise clod or clay Jumps. It will cut and pull up weed$t and it never chokes. It will work on wet or stony land when no other implement will. It will do any work that can be done with the ordinary harrow, and in a far superior manner. It is very light in draft, and can be managed by a boy. It will -?ave more than its cost every season.

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

tSL JAMBS W. SMITH, jfHSjk — PRACTICAL — ©I^Ctirononietei1, Watch and Clockmaker, Jeweller, h '^GfiP^ (NEXT Ma W. H. PAUL'S), WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, DfiSl&ES to Inform the public of Bathuret and surrounding districts that he has commenced business in the above c^dt««lly#itaatedpremiK«, flDdhe I)eg8 tosay thatitwill be hifl endeavour to afford satisfaction to all those who favour him with their patronage; None but the fcert good* procurable are kept on hand, and baring personally selected his dtock, J. W. S. can confidently ragpitttnend it to the public, whether as regards Prices, Quality, or Variety. A speciality will be made of WftlthJUft WimM, which for Time-keeping, Durability, and Workmanship combined, cannot be surpassed by any patent ill tht world. A large and well-assorted stock to select from. Also English Levers and Genevas of All his OOjCb and SILVER CHAINS bear the London Hall Mark, which is a guarantee of their genuineness. The Goods are marked in Plain Figure...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 14 March 1885

^fc /^The new center box, the new welght\ JKKSr I boz coupling, and placing the dratt-bars at \ ^^^ Jm ^tjLj ttie middle of the gangs are all j ^^^^L^gHfe /|a Great Improvements /^H^^ l|pm V__ ? FOR THIS TEAR ^mP^^BHllBWML THE FOLLOWING SIZES ARE KEPT ON HAND :— No. Width of Cut. No. of Wheels. Size of Wheels. Kind of Wheels. Kind of Scrapers. Kind of Weight Boxes 1 ? 6 ft ? 12 ? 13 in ? Chilbd ? None ? None. 2 ? 6 ft ? 12 ? 13 in ? Chilled ? Adjustable ? None. 4 ? 6 ft ? 12 ? 13 in ? Chilled ? Adjustable ? Improved. 8 ? 6 ft ? 12 ? 13 in ? Steel ? Adjustable ? Improved. 12 ? t ? 6 ft ? 12 ? 16 in ? Steel ? Adjustable ? Improved. 16 ? 10 ft ? 18 ? 16 in ? Steel ? Adjustable ? Improved. «T FARMERS will please note that E. WEBB & CO. are prepared to execute REPAIRS to all kinds of MACHINERY and IMPLEMENTS, _ ? ? ____ ? With utmost despatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. Moms s ifPl Jp§ Imperial Eye Ointment. I The Cures effected by this Ointment comprise I Australian Wight. Uls...

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

The name3 of tlie noble volunteers who have actually gone from Bathurstto the Soudan are as be-low : — private Tiiowaa S. 'Brain, single. Ex-Sorgt. TT. tJ-ricrso.n. vlilwcr ,. Oiias. H. Japcf, .. Private Tin*. \Uiht. Ward, single , Barff Tucker, .. .. ]'. Mcmlcl. '.. H. Murphy, .'. .. Itobcrt Aslnv-irtli, .. Cirpoml James ^mitii. niarneil .. Aitrod BcDiiPtt, ,. private .T-tlin Smith. .. .. l-'Dlrori: Dunn, .Tames JJnt'cr. ?ing]o .. ll.nph Momsijn, „ Lewis (J. Gronan, married ... — (.'liucs. Ami Licutciniiit-Coloiicl A. Paul. 'flan a«7 other country town show such a list ? ? A class cf clothing hithovro nnkuowa has just been ? jntroducctl into this market. Iris called the 'shield' ? :$lothni;r. This is a most appropriate r.amo for lii-st-class I ituff that really does protect ono from the cold, &c. I New dress goods at Webb's are grand value. See ? them hefore buying olsowhero. I OfiB.cial reports slate that the census embraces sovcntccn I million women. Who wouldn't be a cen...

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

FRY'S COCOA EXTRACT. ' Having the superfluous richness removed, this perfectly pure and digestible Cocoa meets the approval of the most fastidious taste.' — British Trade Journal. ? .__ ? ' .' '- -^r ' ' Absolutely pure and genuine. We strongly recommend it to all who appreciate the full flavour and fine aroma of perfect Cocoa. — Lancet. 'Highly approved by the Medical Profession for consumers generally,'— Medical limes, ' No more delicious, refreshing, nourishing, and wholesome beverage has ever been manu factured,' — Dr. HassalL '**' &ys Chocolate Sticks Fry's Malted Cocoa Fry's Bon Bons . ots Chocolate Drops Fry's Rock Cocoa Fry's Eating Chocolate ; is Chocolate Creams Fry's Caracas Cocoa Fry's Coooa Nibs, -.' ;r .# ? j. ... * ' ? - ? ? ?? ?? * ...» ? ? '? ???'?? ? ?'?? ' * \i$*i:'^:': mgjvm- . ' ' ?' ' . - .. ...... i,.- m . { : H^HH^HB^MMHWfe * ' ? ' *? **** ? »-— .. — ? .-.'-???? _ % ^ j, * %w * ^ I : **' ' . ^HP^ ?(? :'- TJTnfc itrWift wF '???????i'W ..'^?^^^^^^^........

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