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

At Millthorpe Railway Station, I ON . , -i WEDNESDAY, 18th MARCH, 1885, j At Eleven o'clock. ?; IN THt ASSIGNED ESuSoF THOMAS GOODMAN, j 1JY ORDER OF THB TRUSTEES. , j SPLENDID I J AGRICULTURALFAftM or ! j 320 Acres, C.P. : Highly improved, l£ miles frpm | Millthorpe Railway Station. 1 Farming Implements I Saddle and Draught Horses j Dairy Oattle 1 Drays, Waggons, Harness J 8-horse power Traction Engine by Fowler & Go. I Blacksmith's and Wheelwright's Tools oompletet I Half share in two Threshing Machines, -fco. I J. S. 'LEEDS 1 LJ AS received instructions from the Trustees in thj % ?? Assigned Estate of Mr. Thomas Goodman, Millthorpii 1 to sell by public auction, without reserve, at the 9 MILLTHORPE RAILWAY STATION 1 ON ' M WEDNESDAY, 18th MARCH NEXT, j At 11 o'clock. I Highly Improved Farm of 320 Acres, C. P., situated one 1 and a half miles from the Millthorpe Railway Station I fronting1 the main road from Millthorpe to Guyong, 1 and adjoining the well known properties, b...

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

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Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XVI. HE HIS SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

A BAD BOY'S DIARY. CHAPTER XVI. HE HIS SUSPENDED. There was quite a sceen last night when I got home. I was put in the care of the conductor — the professur's last words were, ' Conductor, kepe a sharp eye on that youngster ; he's a dredful hard case. I had to xpeli him from my Academy ;' so when he come to punch my ticket he sorter laffed. 'What did you do to get xpelled, little chap ?' lie asked me. ' You look as incent as a lamb/' he added. ' I should not gess you were such a wicket felloe,' and he patted me on the back. ' I did a hole lot of dredful things, sir,' I ansered him. 'I was a grate xpense to the profesur in wigs, but it was always a acksident — I never did things a purpus, never — it was gust my luck — I am very unlucky, sir,' I added with a depe si. ' It was the last acksident that I did that broke the camel's back — that's Mrs. Pitkins.' ' Well/* said he, ' when I've been through the trane I'll come back an you can tell me how it was.' So he came back an sat down in...

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

A XABOS »nd Varied stock o! WEST OF ENGLAND, YORKSHIRE, SCOTCH BAN ' NOOKB0SN, and GERMAN TWEEDS. ij\ New Silk: Mixture Trouserings. e We invite spboial attention to our range of KAIAPOI TWEEDS, direct from the Mills. NOW SHOWING, A SPECIAL BAKGE OF Corkscrew Coatings in Blue-Black & Black. ALSO, IN DAKK FASHIONABLE SHADES. .ALrl* MATERIALS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK ! Style, Fit, arid Workmanship Unsurpassed. E. WEBB & CO^Merchant Tailors, &c, ? — GEORGE-STREET, BATHUHST ?

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

Our colony having declared to the world that we are a military people, we mast keep up the reputation we have gained. Our gallant fellows have made a most favourable impression among the British officers and troops in the Soudan, and we have no doubt, that the Mahdi would rather hear of them than be so close as to set eyes on 'em. We saw by the Sydney Daily Telegraph, the other day, that all the war correspondents had telegraphed to their respective newspapers in England, stating they 'had never seen a finer and smarter lot of picked men forming a battalion than the Australian contingent.' No wonder they are considered ' fine ' men, seeing that their average height is 5ft. iO£ inches. These men have, since they landed, smelt powder that has done something more than merely ' make a noise ;' — powder that has sent the leaden bullets whizzing through the air, and did a little damage to our boys, but not much, — three onlv being slightly wounded. Several attacks have been made on our me...

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

One of tke greatest scourges of Egypt and the Soudan, is ophthalmia and other eye diseases. To guard against the attacks of. these diseases, Mr. David Morris has contributed a .supply of his Imperial Eye Ointment to the N. S. .W, Government for distributioii among the departing troops. — Herald.

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RUSSIANS AND GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

******* — — - . . ,. ?- .. ^^^ Tm THE RUSSIANS AND GREAT BRITAIN, I Thb Evening News of the 10th instant reports from CaVj eufcfa that on March 30th, General Komaroff attacked the I Afghans about 100 miles from Herat, and defeated them' I killing about 600, capturing the artillery and entire I camp. I From St. Perersburg on the 9th a despatch was received 1 at Ualcutta stating that General Komaroff attacked tbe I Afghans on account of their hostile movements. After h&% defeated the enemy, his forces returned to their former 1 position. ; i The London Times of April 9th published a telegran I which said that the pretext for the attack was simply ij change of position of the Afghan outposts at Penjde£i The Afghans fought stubbornly, and displayed greatl! courage. The loss o£ the Russians is reported to have'll been very great. Although they severely defeated ttyl Afghans, they did not persue them. The battle wasjl witnesssed by several British officers belonging to Sir M Peter...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

Prepared by L. PEATE, HOWTCK-STREET, BATHURST. 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 of N. S. W. Highly commended. One first and four special prizes awarded. . PEATE'S CHALLENGE BAKING- POWDER.— The very best and purest ever offered. Sold in packets. PEATE'S CRATED LONDON BAKING POWDER.— Highly recommended bjr the Medical Faculty. Sold in tins. PEATE'S EGG POWDER.— The best ever offered : a valuable substitute for eggs. One spoonful is equal to t'wo eggs. Sold in tins, 6d. and Is. PEATE'S COSTARD POWDER makes delicious Custard without eggs and at half the price. Sold in boxes at 6d. and Is. PEATE'S BLANC-MANGE POWDER makes thick and delicious blanc-mange in a few minutes. In boxes, 6d. and Is. PEATE'S PATENT SELF-RAISING FLOUR is teh very best ever offered. Sold in bags, 2, 4, and Gibs. each. PEATE'S' SUPERIOR CURRY POWDER is the best and purest ever offered. Sold...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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EXCITEMENT IN BRITAIN STATEMENT BY GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

EXCITEMENT IN BRITAIN STATEMENT BY GLADSTONE. ' London, April 10 (Afternoon).— The news of the! collision between thfc Afghans and the Russians, has created! great excitement in London and the country to-day. Oafl the House of Commons meeting, the Government was! questioned as to whether it had received confirmation of'j tne reporls. Mr. Gladstone rose in reply, .and made im a statement in which he declared that the Russian attacij-j on the Afghaus on the bank of the River Rush, wasj entirely unprovoked. Her Majesty's Government hadB consequently demanded explanations from Russia. MxM Gladstone added that he had received information fromH 3t. Petersburg that M. De Griers had expressed the hope offl the Emperor that the incident would not stop negotiationtH pending between the two powers. M. De Griers further 9 declared that Russian officers at outposts were not aware 1 of the agreement which had been concluded between! Britain and Russia on March 13, whereby Russia pledged;! herself...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, 9th April, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

©ur ^jjdneg 3tyt$r. Ffrom our own correspondent.] Sydney, 9th April, 18851 -t There never wcro such times — at any rate in our history, more especially, for the ' papers.' The 0)d slow-going times — those 'piping times of peace ' are quite out of the fashion. That Mel bourne man would get beaten in Sydney now-a-days. Did I never tell you that little yarn ? It happened oD a time I sha'nt say when — that an English gentleman visiting the colonies, and like that other chiel ' takking notes,' got as far as Sydney. When he reached here having come direct from Melbourne, atonoe noticed the marked, the slow, steady move ments, not only of the trade, but of the business people. However he found one notable exception to this rule in the shape of a very smart, bustling gentleman, whom ho met at several stages of his peregri nations. This gentleman's different speed of de meanour so struck the visitor's attention that he determined to follow him and ask him in a polite manner his business, exp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

BLAYNEY BREVITIES. [BY ' BREVITy.'l There were about 3000 persons at the RailwajH Demonstration here, on the 19 th ult. m Blayney — Murrumburrah line being rapidljH constructed. fl Good Templars' Hall built and opened. I Additions being made to our Post and Telefl erarjh office. fl Joint Stock Bank improving' the premises, cornetfl of Adelaide and Water streets. fl Municipal matters hare a healthy appearance. I Coughs and colds very prevalent. l\ fl Business generally quiet. fl Mr. Bemasconi has opened a branch store here, fl Tent- making a good line just now. H It is cloudy and like rain. H

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GENERAL GORDON: HIS LIFE, MILITARY CAREER, and ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

GENERAL GORDON: HIS LIFE, MILITARY CAREER, and ADVENTURES Jj ? - m On the maternal side, Charles George Gordon waslj an Englishman, and descendant of the Enderby 1 family, famed in whaling annals. It may interest j| the Australian to know it was their ships that first I brought convicts to Botany Bay, in 1787, .and I haying thus reached their fishing grounds on this J coast, they discharged their live ballast, and proceeded I in quest of whales. Jl When the Spanish Government closed their 1 South American ports to English Commerce, Mr. i Enderby employed some of his vessels in a con-|| traband traffic, which proceeding was countenanced J| by William Pitt, who was then at the head of the J Administration. The Enderby whalers extended m their fisheries to the Japanese waters, and at- a tempted to open communication with the then H mysterious empire. Farther south, their fleet? I explored the Antarctic Ocean, and reached the J barriers of ice surrounding the South Pole. 1 Elizabeth End...

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

CLEM ENTS k Ml Stock and Station, I Land and Estatm AGENTS, I FAT STOCK SALESMEN) AND fl A.M.P.S.BUILDINGSI WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. ? Sale Yards: Bathurst&LidsdalsI ? .,.??!

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A ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1885

A ROMANCE. Sbc sat upon her brother's knee, Oh, how I wished that I were he ! 'Twas very wrong to teise me so, But then of course Jim did not know. [later.] No reason now to wish I'm Jim, She likes me better e'en than him. To me she is — more than my life, — In other words, she is MT wife. C

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

SHOW, 1885 ! IS J3EO'Vir, 1885 ! E. WEBB and COMPY. ARE NOW SHOWING, IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, Kew, Fashionable, and Stylish Winter Goods ! JUST OPENED, PER R. M. STEAMERS, DIRECT FROM THE LONDON MARKETS. These goods having been selected by their OWN BUYER, can be confidently RECOMMENDED tor STYLE and VALUE. In the DRESS DEPARTMENT, The IMPORTATIONS are UNUSUALLY LARGE and WELL ASSOETED. DRESS MATERIALS IN GREAT VARIETY. NEW WINCEYS NEW CASHMEEES COSTUME CLOTHS FEENCH CASHMEEES FOULI CLOTHS FEENCH OTTOMAN CLOTHS ? DRESS MELTONS . SOUDAN CLOTHS ESTAMENE CLOTHS EPINGIL1NE (FEENCH) ESTAMENE SERGES HOMESPUNS. OTTOMAN DRESS CLOTHS— Plain and Figured, to match. NEW FOULI CLOTHS— Plain and Figured, to match. MW DEESS MIXTURES— Plain and Figured, to match. VELVETEENS, Black. COLORED VELVETEENS^ a beautiful range. FIGURED and FANCY VELVETEENS. BLACK CASHMERES BLACK FEENCH MERINOES BLACK KOUL1 BLACK FOULI SEEGE BLACK ESTAMENES. ®k Jftrormng j&mtjmpA IS EEPLETE WITH ALL THE NEW AND FASHIONAB...

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

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

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

jipSrJsov, what are you doing with that cigar in y©|rjD-9Uth? Throw the filthy tiring away/' said a derg^nan t» a bootblack who stood near Temple . bar puffing a cigar. The urchin looked up to the cleric with an injured air, then shaking his head, said : ' Naw you don't. I'm onto that trick. That's what the kids tells me when I'm flush and smokin' a two fer l£d. so they can pick it up. But when a lad can't take a smoke without an old chap like you wantin' him to throw it away, then there is a case for pity. Beaching into his pocket, the beneTolent boy brought forth ljd., saying, as he held them out to the abashed gentleman, ' Here, take them coppers and buy a couple for yerself, but don't play on me for a sucker again.'1 The dozen or more men and boys who had collected around the pair shouted derisively a9 the minister tamed and walked away.

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

Are KOW showing a LARGE and VARIED STOCK of Which, for STYLE and PRICE, will stand the TEST of COMPARISON. The stoc& is too large to enumerate many lines. We quote a few, and INVITE INSPECTION. BOYS' KNICKER SUITS, in large variety, from 4s. U. BOYS' SAO 6UIT8, seasonable goods, from 12s. 6d. A 0ooD AssbBTMENT of Boys' and Youths' WORSTED SAC SUITS, 27s. 6d. to 31s. 6d. Wo can with pleasure recommend the attention of Parents to our stock of Boys' Clothing, as we hold several very choice lines. M/eil's Tweed. Sac Suits — A really good, seasonable line, at 22s 6d and 30b. Men's VsTorsted Coatirig Sac Suits, special value, 38s 6d. We are showing some really choice lines in Worsted Coating Suits, at 45s., 50s., and 54s. 6d. ; also Silk Mixture Sac Suits, at 60s. All who see these goods admire them. Men's worsted Coating Trousers, with. Vests to match, at 21s., 25s. fid., and 28s. 6d. Mien's Tweed Trousers and Vests, very stylish, well cut, 23s. 6d. and 24s. 6d. Men's Trousers an...

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