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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

BATHURST WEDNESDAY HALF-HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION. B .... -? [THE Committee of the above Association Mesire to thank the Public for the kind con ?deration accorded them in the past, and ?eg that they will f CONTINUE TO ASSIST THEM ? IN ? JVE^INTiLIiyiNa THIS MUCH-APPRECIATED HOLIDAY I BY CONTINUING TO PURCHASE BEFORE ONE O'CLOCK On WEDNESDAYS. I Kindly remember that the Business Houses in Ba.th.urst are closed every Wednesday at ONE o'clock. MUGRIDGE BROS., STEAM SAW MILLS A N !) MI! WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurat. TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AH kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. White Brioks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER. GALVANIZED IRON. FIREWOOD & COAL. Plans & Specifications Prepared, And Estimates given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS &...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CARDINAL'S REPLY. The Palace, Manly Beach, Dec. 6, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

The Cardinal's Reply. The Palace, Manly Beach, Dec. 6, 1888. To the Council of the N.S.W. Protection and Political Reform League, — Gentlemen, — I am much pleased at the unexpected receipt of your address, and am deeply touched by the expressions of friendship and good will contained therein. It is impossible for me, though closely occupied with ecclesiastical matters, to entirely disassociate myself from political affairs, in which the laity of my church are so de-?»lv interested : and without desirinsr to enter upon debatable topic?, I cannot ehut nay eyes to the fact that, to make Austialia on independent and great nation, we must endeavour, by some effort, to render her self-dependent in respect of her manufacture. But in assuring you o) the entire xuppott of the laity of iny Church, in the cause of protection,, I cannot overlook their moral or religious needs, and as I stated in London, Hook to your Association for support in the cause of Payment by Remits in Education, as is n...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

Costly Ammunition. — About the year 1793, the English besieged Pondicherry from Gondeloor and from the sea. The unfortunate town, so famous for its unwavering attachment to France, defended itself with the energy of despair. It could hope for no assistance from the mother country, which was itself engaged in a life and death struggle with the Triple Alliance. One fine day they were unable to return the fire oi me jiingJisn. aney Jiaa powaer enougn ieii, dui their stock of projectiles had run out. All the iron in the place had been expended on the red-coats ; even the railings round the monuments and the vanes and crosses of the churches had been turned into grape-shot. A council of war was summoned. The governor and the old soldiers composing it wept at the thought of surrender. At this juncture an Indian craved permission to speak to the members of the council. He was admitted and turned out to be Sandira Poule, the head of the castle of the Vellaja of Pondi uherry, the wealthiest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

DON'T FORGET TO CALL AT THE Shilling Gift Depot j T7OR Fancy Goods and Presents. Glass and j ?*? China Ornaments, a large variety of j Toys of every description, Novelties, &c. ! Wall and Corner Brackets, a big assortment. Smoking Requisites of all kinds. Glass Shades, and Fish Globes, all sizes. Books and Stationer)* of all sorts. W. R. SMITH, George-street. I WEBB & CCS GROCERY LIST FOR NET CASH, Subject to fluctuations of the Markets. ACID. Tavtaiic. 2s 7W per lb ALMONDS, S. S.. IOd per lb ANCHOVY PASTE, C. and B., Is per jar ARROWROOT, 5d per lb BAKING POWDER. 4£d per tin BARLEY, Pearl, 3d per lb BISCUITS, Arnott:8 Mixed, ea per lb ~ ' ., Arnott's Arrowroot, 8d per lb „ Coffee, &c, 8d per lb BLACKING, Paste, 7fd per dozen ., D. and M., 9d per bottle BORAX, Is per lb BACON. Morton's English, belly pieces, Is per lb COFFEE and MILK, Is 7d per tin CANDIED PEEL. Lemon, 10£d per lb CANDLES, Sperm, 7£d per lb CHOCOLATE, Fry's, Is 9d per lb CIGARS, 100 Boxes, 12...

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VARIOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

VARIOUS ITEMS. ?Want beats Parkes. IP Want should have done his duty. Want as Attorney-General a failure. Want as special pleader succeeds. Weather warm — 103 in shade on lltli inst. Flour of great quality at \Jebb's. . Bran and pollard in stock at Webb's. Beautiful suitings, just opened, at Webb's. Cutting department giving satisfaction. Transparent spirit varnish for furniture. Spirit varnish saves time — keeps steel bright. Webb's for ' Ne Plus Ultra.'' or perfect polish. Furniture made new at once \vith ' Ne Plus Ultra.' Potatoes last month toucbbd £12 per ton. Potatoes during this month touched £28 in Sydney. The new park on. the ' square ' open. j Sunday, the 6th inst., Central, or Dalley, Park j was crowded. j Borough Council should Keep dust down. j Too many trees in Central, or Dalley, Park. | When wauting-flour, try Weblrs. At the Dubbo police court recently a woman was charged for the 212th time with drunkenness. John Ruskin has written sixty-four books, and his annual re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

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VARIOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 January 1889

VARIOUS ITEMS. It looks bad to see a dog precede his master down, the street, and calmly turn into the first public house he approaches. It shows there is something wrong, something lacking, a deplorable tendency on the part of the dog. Old friend, to a grief-stricken widow : ' I hope my dear olii friend Charles was fully prepared to go.' Widow, with her handkerchief to her eyes : in half-a-dozen companies S' Wonderful Lambs. — Some little time since, it may be remembered, the Executors of the late T. G. Webb bought a thousand grand ewes from the cele brated Havilah flocks. These have since become mothers, and several persons who have seen the lambs describe them as ' young wonders.' They have grown well, and show great quality, proving, thus far, that they have lost nothing by being trans ferred from the Mudgee district to the Springfield Estate at Byng. Guest (to hotel manager) : ' IVe met that gen tleman who just went out before somewhere. His face is vert familiar, but to save m...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF WEST MACQUARIE [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

TO THE ELECTORS OF| WEST MACQUARIE I i~1 ENTLEMEN,— In reply to the request of many of fl VT your number that 1 would become a candidate for 9 the representation of West Macquarie, I have the honour IM to inform you that (after some hesitation for privatelM reasons) I determined to place myself at the disposal of fl the Freetrade party in this electorate, and 1m ve now been « selected as their candidate. JH If this choice of the Freetrade party is confirmed by 9 the electorate, I believe that I shall be able to renderlH some service to the cause of Freedom ; and that, from nnffl previous Parliamentary experience and position, I shall i^M able to legitimately advance the interests of WestiH Macquarie, JB I fear that I shall not be able during next week peisonlB ally to visit the whole of the electorate ; but, if I anv9 returned, I will take an early opportunity of makingiH myself acquainted with all local wants. 9 I desire that this contest shall be fought upon strictly 9 political g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

Tp 'PRAID' SPEAKS! ? ~* ? ... WHAT IS PROTECTION? ? *+, ? From the ' Sydney Morning Herald,' February 8, 1880. What igj^tection ? The question has been asked frequently of late, and has received several answers. A notice published in behalf of the joint hon. secretaries of the National Protection Association throws some light upon the subject. It appears from the notice that the Association has a committee. The committee, after conferring with local protectionist bodies, ' adopts '' a full number of protectionist candidates for each electorate. It is also to be gathered from the notice that sometimes there are other protectionist candidates besides the adopted ones, and these are requested by the committee to withdraw. When any one of them refuses to accede to the request, the ukase of the committee is that ' it shall be published in the newspapers circulating in the electorate, and by other means if necessary that such refractory candidate is a rebel against dicipline, and is not t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

TOTHE Electors of East tlacquarie 1 VOTE FOR TONKIN & SMITH I The Freetrade Candidates.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

BATHURST WEDNESDAY HALF- HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION. THE Committee of the above Association desire to thank the Public for the kind con sideration accorded them in the past, and beg that they will CONTINUE TO ASSIST THEM I ? IN ? THIS MUCH-APPRECIATED HOLIDAY I BY CONTINUING TO PURCHASE BEFORE ONE O'CLOCK On WEDNESDAYS. I Kindly remember that trie Business Houses I in Bathurst are closed, every Wednesday at ? ONE o'clock:. I MUGRIDGE BROS., P SAW MILLS HI) JOINERY I WORKS, I Russell and Ranken Streets, Batliurst. 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. ? White Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles I Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. I LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER. I GALVANIZED IRON. FIREWOOD & COAL. flans & Specifications Prepared, I And Estimates given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of I ' JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, I CONTRA...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Hard Nut for Protectionists to Crack. ENORMOUS INCREASE IN THE POPULATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

A Hard Nut for Protectionists to Crack. Enormous Increase in the Population op New South Wales. A Telegram to the Baihurst Times of February 2nd, 1889, says : — The population of New South Wales at the end of December, 1888, was 598,827 males, 486,529 females; total 1,085,356, showing an increase for the year of 42,437. The people still have faith in our colony when they rush here like they are. Fancy an increase of 42,437 souls during one year, and this too happening in the face of the evil reports the Protectionists have been spreading over the world of our dear old colony. The fact is the people Jiving in the other countries don't believe the false reports, they think the Protectionests are only crying out to keep them away, so that they themselves may become rich. Mr. B. R. Wise, the candidate in the free- 1 trade interest for West Macquarie regrets that time 1 will not permit his visiting all the important places 1 in the large electorate prior to polling, but he (1 promises, i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

Roman's quest— Conquest. trtTVyer' — A pail of cur*mS ton&s to twist tb l11116''—^6 great scene-shifter in the world's I v Ushing. — A confusion least seen in those who I t^m°St occasi°n ^r it. I nev sllould a donkey never be a creditor ? He I cver gets anything in the pound. In our last issue we reprinted two letters from the Weekly News, one purporting to be an address to Cardinal Moran, the other the Cardinal's reply. These letters were published for some time and were not contradicted ; hence, we, among many others, thought they were true, and in good faith reprinted them from the Weekly News, being very careful at the time to state our authority. In reference to this matter, the Herald, January 30th, says : — '? It appears that an address purporting to have come from the Projection League to the Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney, and a supposed reply from Cardinal Moran, have bjen circulated. We are requested by the Rev. Father O'Haran to state that the address and reply ar...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

Our readers arc aware of the fact that since our last issue a great political struggle has taken place in Bathurst between the Freetrader?, or Liberals, and the Protectionists- The result proved another vic tory for the Liberals. This decision of the people, coming only two years after their first rejection of the Protectionist policy, was certainly a powerful condemnation of any interference with their liberties. Noiwithstanding-the fact that the Protection party Had the prestige oi a Minister ot the Urown to light their causp, and that they made the very most of this, pointing out to the people what numerous luxuries and advantages we would get if we only had a Minister of the Crown to represent us in Par liament. Yet, the voice of the people said, No Protection for us ! Let us hold our freedom ird liberty ! Let us buy our goods where we like, and get the best value we can for our money. The result was the return of the Freotrade candidate. This being the second time that Bathurst...

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Who will Profit by Protection ? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

Who will Profit by Protection ? Tbe following letter appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald of January 29th last, viz : — , « gjr __I notice, amongst the various Protection candidates, one who about 1C months ago sent me a printed price-list of articles manufactured by him in New South Wales. Upon that list one article was quoted a$ 38/- per case. A small import duty was shortly afterwards taken off that article by the late Government. Then a similar list reached me ? jjoni the same person. Mark the difference, I however. A pen had been run through the I 88/-, and 28/- coolly written over it. It was there ? fore very evident that this manufacturer was well I able to produce^ for 28/-, that for which he ob I tained 38/- when the article had an import duty I upon it. Who, I ask. was benefitted by that duty ? I The manufacturer, and the manufacturer alone. He ? was pocketing no less than 10/- per case extra profit ? for years, and thousands were paying 8d, per packet I for his goods ins...

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THE MACQUARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

THE MACQUARIES. East and West Macquarie must determine on Saturday whether they are to have freedom and liberty or restriction and misery. In both constitu encies the people follow two industries, viz.) farming and mining. JSow, we cannot believe tt possible that the most sanguine Protectionist in this colony can think for one moment that he can convince either of these classes that ' Protection ' is good for them. Let us take the miner and see how he stands. He digs and delves among the mountains for copper, silver, gold, and other valuable minerals. These are not imported into the colony to his detri ment, and hence any duties that may be imposed cannot affect him in the least. Only fancy an import duty being imposed on copper, silver, or gold ! Then, if duties are imposed, they must go on the goods that these men use and consume. Their clothing, boots, hats, and their food must be taxed, j There is no get away from this. Their picks, shovels, j axes, &c, must all come in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

TO THE Electors of East Ifacquarie 7 THE FREETRADE CANDIDATES ARE TONKIN JkjSMITH ! j VOTE FOR THESE TWO ! I And Stick to your Present LIBERTY and FREEDOM !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

TO THE j Electors of West S[acquarie ! I B. R. WISE IS THE I FREETRADE CANDIDATE, And Will go to ttie Poll! ROLL UP! ROLL UP! I AND I Vote for your Liberty and Freedom! j

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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XVII. HIS PA GOES HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

PECK'S BAD BOY AtfD HIS PA.| CHAPTER XVII. HIS PA GOES HUNTING. Mutilated Jaw The Old Man has taken to swearing again - Out West Duck-shooting— His Coat-tails Shot Off — Shoots at a wild Goose — The Gun Kicks ! - Throws a Chair at his Son —The Astonished She-Deacon., ' What has your Pa got his jaw tied up for, and what makes his right eye so black and blue ?' asked the grocery man of the bad boy as he came to bring some butter back that was strong1 enough to work on the street. ' You haven't hurt your poor old Pa, have you ? ' ' O, his jaw is all right now. You ought to have seen him when the gun was engaged in kicking him,' said the boy as he set the butter-plate on the cheese-box. ' Well, tell us about it. What had the gun against your Pa? I guess it was the son-of-a-gun' that kicked him,' said the grocery man, as he winked at a servant girl who came in with her apron over her head after two cents worth of yeast. u I'll tell you if you will keep watch down street for Pa. He says h...

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EAST MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 February 1889

EAST MACQUARIE. Wjs hope to see the two freetrade candidates returned by a decisive majority for this electorate. Mr. Smith has been a really good member for some years and has always been a great favourite with the electors. He kas done nothing to forfeit their go&A opinion, and consequently should have no difficulty in securing his return. Mr. Tonkin has only been in Parliament about two years, but we have no hesitation in saying he is one of the best members ever returned for that electorate. He has not only attended to the local requirements, but has also shown marked ability in the necessary legislation of the colony. He is a sound freetrader, and the electors should do their utmost to secure his return ; more particularly the farmers, in whose interest he has worked so hard.

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