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The Butter, Bacon and Chees Duties. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1889

The Butter, Bacon and Chees Duties. The following letter appeared in the Herald oa the 4th inst : — TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. Sir, — AHhough the removal of the tax on butter, bacon and cltwse may have a t--ndency to dimmish their local production it will, for obvious reasons, be followed by a compensating incro se u tlie general supply of til™. commodities, tin ir prices b ing considerably lessened to ^ the decided advantage of tho, consumer. Whilst a^reeine ^ with Mr.. J. P. Abbott regarding the recission of thOsf | imposts, I do not hn]-l with his assertion that 'if wasesia 1 protectionist countries were low the cost of living vrag \ cqiiivalcntly low, and if wages in those countries fell the''! cost of living fell also.' That falacy carries with it fo I own refutation, if we take for example the United States 1 of America, and the sister colony Victoria only, where the ! cost of living is higher and and the wages are much lower I (in proportion to the working hours) than they ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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BRAVE WORD'S FOR CANADA. SPOKEN IN SYRACUE, NEW YORK, BY A CANADIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1889

?r^^WORDS FOR CANADA. — ^ — 1. «iil fir received from the Imti'iial Federation (Fromacucua LeaffUC j oonl7EN IN SYRACUE, NEW YORK, BY A SFU** CANADIAN. ? Beers Tolls Some Plain Truths in a Good Natured Way to an Audienoe of United States Citizens— The Dominion Not for Sale Facts and Figures on the Territorial Extent of Canada and the Empire. the banquet of the 5th, Gth, 7th and 8th Districts n tal Societies of the State of New York, held in s Cracuse recently, when 250 members from all parts of the fiSte attended, including many ladies, several judges and 1 wvnien, Drs. Willmott, Caesar, Roberts and Snelgrovo, 5 Toronto, and Dr. Beers, of Montreal, were present. 1 aHe. through the courtesy o'f Mr. R. L. Spearman. Rhorthand reporter, to send you Dr. Beers' reply to the tranff«ly worded toast, ' Professional Annexation.' Dr. Reers spoke as follows : Mr. Chairman, ladies and gentle en— I ulust c011^8 *9 a S°od deal of embarrassment 'n replying to a toast which is intended to be both pr...

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

Plimntnn .^m horse - shoe ASK FOR WALLABY BFUND. AMERICAN MACHINERY ) /HIGHEST QUALITY ENGLISH WORKMEN } GIVE \ ASU fSWEDISH IRON ORES ) ( LOWEST TRICES. Please give them a Trial next time you Buy. Please Ask for a 2d Tin of E M E R I N E. For Polishing Cutlery and Metals: and Extracting Rust, it is unequalled. /cLEXANDERS' GLACE COTTON IS THE BEST. P=x=q ( ? | gggn V ' O\ NTME~NT \ cx§ p=s— V\ INFALLIBLE CURE /# I pT'! \ ? FOR ALL ? /f ' V DISEASES M |\^ KEW WIIACOX A GIBBS AUTOMATIC Latest ifi^h^fci Opl7 machine Invention, andlJmT/^ ^ %ntl%^rld producing 5lw\# f# Automatic moCT 4gA m _W__ Tension and ^ss BffiBflP^ 6titch Trade Hark Id baae jfS^Bjp^ of every machine. SILENT SEWING MACHINE Send PoBtal Card for Illustrated Price List, &c. For Sale by E. WEBB & CO., Bathurs A friend says you can't beat a commercial tra veller. One, who made an unsuccessful offer of marriage to a lady, said — ' Madam, since you an.* determined not to honor me with your hand, would you f...

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

WILLIAMS' BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. Saves numbers of lives aunually rPHIS is undoubtedly the Greatest Cough remedy of the age, curing -1- speedily and permanently Ooughn, Colds, UrnnchitiB, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and all other a (lections of the lungs. It pro motes free and easy expectoration, dissolving the congealed phlegm, thus assisting the lungs to perform their natural functions. Sold in bottles, Is (id, 2s (id, and 4s tid. N WILLIAMS' NEURALGIC MIXTURE. A FEW doses of this excellent Mixture will give permanent relief in cases of Neuralgia, Fuceaulio, Toothache. Weakness, Debility, &c. It is with justii c culled a ' Specilic ' in Neuralgia, curing spceialiy tho most obstinate and painful cases. Price, 3s Od per bottle. WILLIAMS' CELEBRATED EYE LOTION. I^Oll Inflammation, Weak Eyes, Sore Eyes, and Sandy Blight, it has no equal. Price, Is fid and 2s Gd per bottle. WILLIAMS' QUININE & IRON TONIC. TNVALUABLE for Weakness, Genera! Debility, Neuralgia, Weak and ...

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Can a Tax on Land Value be passed on Can to the Tenant? TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1889

Z T*rlx on Land Value be passed on Can to the Tenant? TO THE EDITOR OP THE HERALD. - AIN well-known theologian once observed l f+he greater portion of his time was taken up in « killing dead devils.' Such seems likely to be the ccupation of the advocates of the single tax. Al th uffh the French economists of the past century 1 ^rk demonstrated that a tax on land value was th only tax that could not be passed on to 1 hoar and every economist of any note has re affirmed that proposition, still we continually meet with objectors who, like your correspondent, Mr. Ttoake want to know ' how the landowner can be prevented from passing on the tax.' 'I he Common sense answer is that the tax is now collected, but in goes into the pockets of private owners- By taxing rental value a portion, large or small is diverted into the State coffers. This in no way increases the landowners' power of demanding rent which is strictly determined by the demand for the iand. Again, the first effect of tuch a...

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Government Loan of Seed Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1889

Government Loan of Seed Wheat. A copy of a circular from the Mines Department issued to police magistrates with forms of application for sead wheat. The P.M. through whom applica tions are to be male is expected to obtain inform ation and advice from three disinterested gentlemen in the district respecting applicants for seed-wheat. The Police Magistrate in each district to act on behalf of the Government with authority to appoint three persons in any portion of his district to report to him in accordance with rules and regulations laid -down. But in all cases final decision must be with the magistrate, for any quantity under 30 bushels to any one applicant, and such magistrate shall alone be responsible to the Government If any one applicant requires more than 30 bushels, report and recommendation must be made to the Minister. Every application for seed wheat must be sup ported by a statutory declaration, setting out : — 1. Description of land, and whether owner or lessee. 2. The a...

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The Opening and Detention of Letters. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1889

The Opening and Detention of Letters. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. gjr} — We should not have taken any action in the discussion raised by Mr. Devlin concerning the opening and keeping of our letters had we not been personally concerned, and had not the communication published in the Sydney Morning Herald by the Colonial Secretary's office contained several inexact assertions. But as some more light on the' subject appears to be desired, we do not think that we can keep silent any more, and it seems right that public ?opinion should not be mislead any longer. 1. One fact acknowledged is that a letter ad dressed to Messrs. Gerruont and Loir, in the care of Sir Henry Parkes, has been opened at the Colonial Secretary's office, and was only delivered to us after having been detained II days, the detention of letter being explained by saying that said ' every effort was made to find Messrs. Loir and Germont, who had not even left their address at the Colonial Secretary's office, and that,...

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

MEMORY,. IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. THIS method of improving and strengthening the Memory has for a long period been exten sively employed by all classrs of the community in all parts of Australia and Tasmania, and is now admitted to be the simplest and best method of aiding the mind to retain anything and everything that may be required to be committed to memory. Amongst othei things, the following advantages may be alluded to : — All kinds of Study is rendered easy and certain. Hundreds of Historical dates may fce learned in an hour or so. Recitations, in prose and verse, may be mastered almost as rapidly as the words can be read. Long Sermons, Lectures, Speeches, &c, may be delivered without M.S.S. or any notes. In fact, the many advantages are far too nu merous to mention. The System is now used by Clergymen, Baristers, Schoolmasters, Editors, students, &c, &c, with best results. The whole system will be forwarded complete, to anj address, on receipt of 10/6...

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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXI. HIS PA IS DISCOURAGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1889

PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXI. HIS PA IS DISCOURAGED. *' I ain't no Joner '—The Sunday School Folks go Back on the Bad Boy- Caged Cats— A Committee Meeting A Rsmarkeble Catastrophe 1— ' That Boy Beats All ! ' Basting the Bad Boy— The Hot-Water- in-the-Spongc Trick. 'Say, you leave here mighty quick,' said the grocery man to the bad boy, as he came in, with his arm in a sling, and backed up^against the stove to get warm. ' Everything has gone wrong since you got to coming here, and I think you are a regular Jonah. I find sand in ray sugar, kerosene in the butter, the codfish is all picked off, and there is something wrong everytime you come here. Now you leave.5' ' I ain't no Joner,' said the boy as he wiped his nose on his coat sleeve, and reached into a barrel for a snow apple. ' I never swallered no whale. If you go back on me now, I won't have a friend, except my chum and a dog, and I swear, by my halidom, that I never put no sand in your sugar, or kerosene in your butte...

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

YOUNG JOHN BOYD IS NOW ( CONDUCTING the BUSINESS fo long cnr y ried on by his Father, and hopes to merit the patronage of the public The Bathurst Post IS publikiied on the 15th of every month, and having the most extensive circulntinn of any newspaper i« the West, is unri vailed as nn ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TERMS OK ADVERTISING : e. d For the first, iach of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 ,, each sue* ceding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 Advertisements ordered foi special positions will be charged as under : — For the 1st inch, or part . i hereof ? 3 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 %* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an advertisement npprass in thr.w consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. $ht IJatfcttrat §nt MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1889.

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

lOTOMN & WINTER SHOW ? OF — DRESS GOODS ! Beiges, New Amazon Cloths Homespuns, New Stripe Costume Cloths jashmere Twills, New Dartmoor Stripes Fouli Cloths, New Norfolk Stripes Bradford Cashmeres, New Plushes French Cashmeres, all wool New Stupe Plushes, New Tinsel Trim ming, New Ornaments Special Line of Cashmere Twill, at 4s 6d dozen yards special Line in Striped Homespun, at 4s 9d dozen. S. W. & 00. Would call special attention to the above assortment of NEW GOODS, now show ing in their Dress Department. E W. & CO. With pleasure recommend them as the latest Fabrics for Autumn and Winter wear. E. W. & CO. Would call special attention to their New Combination Robes, one of the Special Novel ties of the present Season. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY, I PURCHASE at ! E. WEBB & GO'S NOVELTIES. Novelties. Novelties. HOME EARLY, and have an early choice of \J our New Wraps, Operas, Squares, Promenade -carfs, Boas, &c. [ortkB Children. For the C...

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

We learn verbally from a friend that the figures quoted in our last issue, showing the goH returns of the Western District, ore not corrert. We took the information from the Evening News of a few days previous, and certainly thought we could depend on that journal furnishing1 at least a correct state ment of that hind, which we concluded had been taken from official returns. Even now, we think that there must be some misunderstanding some where, either on tho part of the Evening News or on that of our friend. We will try and get at the bottom of the affair bpfore our next issue comes out. Of -course, everybody knows gold is hard to find, but surely when found, the Government can have no trouble in keeping the accounts. The last report to hand re the Railway work shops is that the Commissioners intend removing them from here to Blayney. This we can hardly credit. It certainly seems strange that our residents should not move themselves a little, and endeavour to get at least a reply f...

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

New Gloves New Gloves OUR New and Choice Stock of Lisle Thread, Taffeta, and Pure Silk Gloves are unsurpassable for quality and price. Excellent Lines 16-inch Jersey Gloves, 6d, 7id, 9d, 1/., 1/3, 1/6 18-inch Jersey Gloves, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6 For evening wear, we have all colors, all lengths, and all classses. OUR KID GLOVES Have turned out remarkably well. We have a New Line in Tan, Drab, and Brown Kid Gloves at 3/6 pair, 4-clasp, braided backs. We have a very big assortment of every color in our Carrington Kid Gloves, new and fresh. This Glove we can safely recommend, being manufactured specially for the House. Dent's Gloves, for riding and driving, with 4-inch Gauntlet, all colors, 5/11 Dent's Braided-Backs Kid Gloves, 4-clasp, a heavy glove, well-fiuished, 5/6. E. WEBB & CO., GEORGE STREET. i

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

An enterprising Arm of Glasgow grocers recently aeni^B a case of tea as a present to Her Majesty, doubtless vitfr^B the idea of obtaining a cheap advertisement for their^B wares. The Master of the Household has, however, b^B formed the firm that *' the Queen does not accept gifr^fl from persons unknown personally to Her Majesty,' and ^H asks to be informed of the value of the tea, as it mar le^B retained by payment for it. Of course, no ' Master' tf^B the Royal household would condescend to state that which^B was not true, so we are bound to believe that Mrs. Grett^H Britain, &c, is personally acquainted with all the thonsandi^B of people who contributed to her Jubilee gifts. It doet^B seem strange that the Queen always ' knows ' those who^B wish to present her with vauable shawls, jewels, or article) ^H of virtu; but that she is never 'personally known' to ^B anyone who desires her acceptance of gifts which are of ^B slight intrinsic worth. — Modern Society, ^B Her Majesty ...

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

A Coming Exposure. A BUMOB is in circulation (says the Evening News') to the effect that the most serious blow the protectionist party has yet received is to come upon them in connection with the compilation of the South Sydney roll. The rumor is briefly this : The protectionists added 500 or more names to the new electoral roll, and the police have been out to investigate the whereabouts of the patriots. The average voter* found *o far is three in three hundred— that is in 300 eases of new voters as many an 297 are found to have no existence. Where the patroits have gone no one knows ; but perhaps, they are lying low in Devonshire-street cemetery, wafiicg for the trumpet cry — ' Boys, vote early and often.' This is an ugly indictment against the pro tectionist patty, and if found even only half true, must have the effect of chilling many men in their support to a caise thus associated with very shady work. The facts will bean amusing satire on the remarkable patriotism of the party...

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

? =? — jm Printed for the proprietor! bj GLYNDWB WEAUft *tIJjJ3 M

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PECK'S BAD BOY AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXIII. HE QUITS THE DRUG BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

PECK'S BAD BQY, AND HIS PA. CHAPTER XXIII. HE QUITS THE DRUG BUSINESS. He has Dissolved the Diugger— The Old Lady and the Gin —The Bad Boy ignominiously Fired— How he Dosed his Pft'« bmndy— The Bad Boy as ' Hawty as a Dook ' —He frets Even with his Girl— The Bad Boy wants a Qoiet Place— The Old Man threatens the Parson. ' What are ?ou loafing around here for ?' says the grocery man to the bad boy one day this week. ' It is after nine o'clock, and I should think you would now want to be down to the drug store. How do you but there may be somebody dying for a dose of pills?' ' 0, bother the drag store. I hare got sick of that business, and I have dissolved with the drugger. I have resigned. The policy of the store did not meet with my approval, and I have stepped out and am wait ing for them to come and tender me a better position at an increased salary/' said the boy, as he threw a cigar stub into a barrel of prunes and lit a fresh one. ' Resigned, eh ?' said the grocery man as he fi...

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

IHepcepy I Mercery I B(ercepy I THIS Department is now replete with all the latest novelties in Shirts, Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs, ? {?Hose, Gloves, Braces, ice—all new and seasonable goods. I E. WEBB & CO'S ?Woollens ! Woollens ! Woollens! EW, & Co. have much pleasure in stating that they ? now hold the largest and best assorted stock of H Tweeds, Suitings and Worsteds, ever offered in Bathurst. ? Having carefully studied the tastes and pockets of their B customers in placing their orders, and are now showing ? the latest, most attractive and durable materials at ex ? ceedingly low prices. ? Sac Suits to measure, from 54/6 to 98/6 ? Trousers to measure, from 15/- to 31/ ? Trousers and Vests to measure, from 24/6 to 62/6 JUST opened a large assortment of Men's and Boys' _ Hats, in the latest and most fashionable shapes. ? __ iS. WEBB & CO. ? I THE FIRST DAY OF AUTUMN. ? Setting in of the Autumn-Winter Season, ? _ of 1889. I R WEBB & CO., George-str...

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HAWKESBURY DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

=§*wi£sB0iar district AGRI CULTURE SOCIETY'S SHOW. (From*he Bathurst Times, May 11.) ? .-rti-tv ooe»ed ite lOvh annual show this day (M»y ?Kf^e cataUjg^ shows that there are 1,892 entries. H?*.«p classes the people of this part are very strong, as V^vfti blFtbe exhibits. Blood horses, coaching horses ElFrtMtictuariy good - the local men coming out well. KLJ&t *«*»* (were *tao geod. Saddle horses^ and SS^Mftitland, Wollohgong, Burwood, Piction, besides ESftfiocafhotscs, in all W This proved very interesting, fJJUJ joing their work well. The contest has not yet ElTitoideiT 'Booket, from Albion Park, owner Mr. D ErnuiiLiiv*B the iavourite to-day. Jupiter, from Penrith, KSTh&elf sideways against the top rail and fell over, E*/wtair his rider, who fortunately was not hurt beyond a FfStSjifing. In this contest the fiitt prize is £36, the Etfmnd f 10, open to all hones that have not been first, EoS. or thini in a steeplechase since May 1st, 1887. ? fnnoultrv and pigeons the...

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New South Wales Pipes for South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1889

New South Wales Pipes for South Australia. A compliment has been paid to New South Wales manufacturers by the South Australian Govern ment. The tender of an English manufacturer was accepted for pipes for artesian boring purposes, conditionally upon the pipes being passed by the consultiner engineer for the colony in London. A cablegram has been received stating that the pipes have failed to pass the required test, and the Go vernment have made arrangements to obtain the pipes from a firm in New South Wales, which has supplied all the other colonies with satisfaction to the authorities. — Times.

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