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HOW PROTECTION PROTECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1891

HOW PROTECTION PRO TECTS. I The following letter appeared in the ; I Daily Telegraph of March 31 : — giiv— Some time ago I forwarded to you ? gome extracts from American papers on the ' subject of the American farmers' revolt against protection and their demand for ab solute freetrade, which you were good ; --nou-»h to publish. Some of our protection- 1 ist friends hastened to assure us it was all a : jnistake. It was only one dissatisfied former : there was no freetrade movement, everybody was well off. &c. They didn't , believe the farmers' letters declaring for freetrade were genuine, because they ap peared in Henry George's Standard. Here is startling corroborative evidence from the filler nnd Toiler, a pap^r whose title is sufficiently indicative of its nature :— THE REVOLT OP THE AMERICAN FARMER. ? Five hundred thousand votes were polled in the order of the Knights of Labor, and independent political action received 10 to 1 against. At the General Assembly held at , De...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1891

THE SHOW. Taose who attended the great show last week imi observed the number of people crowding through the passages of the |^irit|^ marquee were struck #ie interest taken in the exhibits. Aeie '!$- *&§la laying that ' many litfl^VnakP aj$tipflc» This is the case witn at sfiifrf ; One puts many liA^UDgs to gether,' and^^ey^roljii a%rl^ show£ For instance little bantaral^ lil^ leg horns, and other Httle birds, -Sl., are put together, sotne by^ittlo boys, some hf fat men. Th||,alt %?eet together on the ground, li|ble^ban tarns, little boys, and ffrt men. The bantnms crow, as their lionours go Jijvihe little boya and some little inen look happy and merry, Tf$f4&®mM course, look joljyi but some men must of necessity, look «egkmr|-|-nqfl|wbt^ome fat anisome lean/ The 'factVremains-^-these* little and big things^1 these f-\\f and gloomy looking fellows, att- helped to make up the show* , i, ; We suppose the best move that was ever made was that of including the name of th...

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THE HALF-HOLIDAY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 April 1891

THE HALF- HOLIDAY SYSTEM. The Storekeeper of January 22, 1891, says : — Gradually, but surely, the system of sub stituting a regular weekly cessation of bad ness for spasmodic and irregularly recurring '? holidays ' is gaining ground. Some regular anniversaries will, of course, be kept while the nation exists, but it is not these that are found objectionable. In place of those that are, Wednesday afternoons are being set apart in all parts of the colony, and a corres pondent in Murwillumbah informs us that the northern boundary has been reached by the movement. The Tweed Advocate of January 7th has an article on the subject, which, after announcing the names of the leading firms that have agreed to fall in with the plan, highly commends it and wishes it success. Our contemporary very wisely adds, however : — ' We would, however, urge our storekeepers to keep strictly to the spirit as well as the letter of their agreement, for this alone can establish the half-holiday on a lasting ba...

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Travelling Dairy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

Travelling Dairy. The travelling dairy will be installed and will commence operations at the Market Buildings (kindly lent for the purpose by Messrs. Clements and McCarthy), on Tuesday morn ing next, the 19th instant. The public will be admitted free, and as the trial will be the most interesting and valuable ever held in this district, it is to be hoped that farmers and those interested will not lose the opportunity of inspecting the work done and attending the lecture, which will be delivered by the manager, Mr. Harper. The plant is the most complete in any of the colonies, and the Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Sydney Smith, is anxious that the installation of the dairy at Bathurst will receive the support of the people. The Dairy will be at work for ten days, and will treat 100 gallons of milk daily. A large number of stu dents are already enrolled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

Crockery i Glassware ! TTA VING just unpacked a heavy shipment l~l of the above, E. Webb & Co are in a position to offer most exceptional values, and will be happy to receive a call from anyone wishing to select. Tea and Breakfast Ware Dinner Ware, Sets, &c. TOILET WARE. \Our selection of Toilet sets is something to be seen and remembered, The latest Bhapes and designs at lowest prices Jugs, painted and plain, guilt and ornamented Mugs, for presentation Basins, Teapots, and every conceivable f - article in crockery and1 china. GLASSWARE. Tunblers, plain and engraved, moulded and cut glass Wine Glasses Decanters and JugE Claret Jugs and Glasses Water Jugs and Bottles. A splendid assortment of Glass Dishes I Preserves, Butters, and Sugars, &c, &c. I For anyone furnishing, the correct place I to get all your goods is at E. Webb & Co.'s I Western Warehouse. Prices are the lowest I and quality exceptional. I E. WEBB & CO., I Importers, &...

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Death of Sir John Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

Death of Sir John Robertson. ' JJL^great sensation was created in poli tical circles when the sadden death of the veteran statesman became known, and on all sides anxious inquiries were being made. At the Reform Club, of 'which Sir John was president, the string ft inquirers seemed never-ending, lfae . Mews was received there early in the morning, but was so sudden that it could hardly be believed, and it was not until Mr. Dibbs recieved conGrmation by wire from Watson's Bay that the members gave up hoping that the rumour might be false. The flags at all the Government and public buildinge, on many large ware houses, and the shipping in port, are flying at half-mast, as is the flag at the Trustees' Camp, National Park, Sir John having been Chairman of the trust. On the gth July, 1886, a bill passed the Assembly, granting the sum of ^'10,000 to Sir John Robert son on his retirement from public life. On September 13th, 1886, Sir John Robertson, K.C.M.G., was entertained at a public ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

HUSId^piC! THE CHEAPEST HOUSE for PIANOS ORGANS, and ALL KINDS of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PIANOS, from £10 upwards, on easy terms ORGANS, from £9 upwards „ „ CONCERTINAS, from 4/6 VIOLINS, from 10/ ACCORDEONS, from 7/0 MUSIC, from 6d. a copy, and sent post free VIOLIN STRINGS, reliable and good, 2/- the set, post free. TUNING &JEPAIRING. A speciality made in this linef and no matter how dilapidated the Instrument, we under take to make a thorough and Permanent Repair at Lowest Prices. EXPERIENCED TUNERS SENT REGULARLY TO THE COUNTRY DISTRICTS, Highest Class Workmanship Guaranteed. slad¥* co., MUSIC DEPOT, GEORGE STREET* BATHURST,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

PUBLIC UTOTIOB. CHARLES STEVENS (from Savory & Moore, London), LATE WILLIAMS BROS.. CHEMISTS, HOWJCK STREET PHARMACY, BATHURST. OHAS. STEVENS wishes to inform the Customers of WILLIAMS BROS., and the , general public, that he has Purchased the Business formerly carried on by I Williams Bros., Chemists, and hopes by strict attention to business, and keeping none but the Aurest Drugs and Chemicals at Moderate Prices, to secure the favours which his prede cessors have enjoyed during the last five years. C'HARL e1T~S~T EVENS (LATE WITH SAVORY & MOORE, LONDON), Dispensing and. Ramily Ctiemist, HOWIOK ST., BATHUR8T. ©LOTHING^eLOTHINQ. IN order to keep pace with the GROWING DEMAND for GOODS in this Department, we have considerably increased our Shipments and Purchases, and have now to offer to our numerous clients and patrons one of the CHEAPEST, MOST FASHIONABLE' and BEST ASSORTED STOCKS of 11 f n 1 1 * *i tfi ii 1 . men s, bojs, ana juvenile uiatning that it has been our ...

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THE LAST WORDS OF THE DECEASED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

THE LAST WORDS OF THE DECEASED. A curious cirsumstance occurred on Thursday afternoon at Vaucluse Bay. The Hon. William Halliday, M.L.C., had given a picnic to many of his friends on the grounds of the late W. C. Wentworth, and after lunch Mr. James Hill, in a verj' earnest speech, proposed the health of the veteran patriot and politician, Sir John Robertson, who was present as Mr. Halliday's guest. Sir John Robertson, in repl}-ing, spoke with unusual fire and energy. Among other things denouncing the proposed form of federation, and in a short biographical sketch of his own life, pointed out that he had like a young man stood shoulder to shoulder with the late M'r. Went worth, whose mausoleom was within a few yards of where he spoke. That he had devoted his fortune in fighting for the liberty of the people and now, as an old man, lie hoped he would be spared a little longer to see their liberties preserved, but whatever way the battle went he would give his life to secure his count...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

JUST LANDED! E. WEBB~& CO. HAVE JUST OPENED the followins Goods, and would direct attention to several j of the lines now displayed in their GLASS & CROCKERY DEPARTMENT. I DINNER SERVICES. — Some very handsome designs are to hand this trip, and will, no ! doubt, hi', eagerly sought after. Call and see them. BREAKFAST, TEA. and DESSERT SETS in a variety of choice designs. JUGS. — Thpy Lave no hesitation in saying such a selection has never been seen here before. CUPS and SAUCERS are in endless variety. TOILET SETS. — The very latest shapes, designs, and colours are now obtainable at very lowest rates. In fact, should you require any article in CHINA or EARTHENWARE you will most certainly be suited from amongst their large and very extensive stock. GLASSWARE.— Cut, Plain, and Engraved FANCY GOODS and VASES of all descriptions. LAMPWARE. — From the cheapest hand lamp to the 300 candle power table lamp, at prices to suit everybody. ALL WHITE ENAMELLED WARE, comprising Bo...

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Important to our Graziers and Farmers. CRESTED DOGSTAIL (CYNOSURUS CRISTATUS): TEN YEARS TESTS. To the Editor of the Australasian. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

Important to our Graziers and Farmers. CRESTED DOGSTAIL (oYNOSURUS CRISTA TUS): TEN YKARB TE8T8. To the Editor o/t/ie Australasian. Sir, — I wish to direct the attention of yoar agricultural readers, and especi ally of those residing in the Gipps Land and Cape Otway forest districts and other places where similar conditions exist fas in Darts of Tasmania, and 1 believe of New Zealand), to the 'crested dogstail ' grass, as being eminently worthy of taking the first rank in their permanent pasture mixture. Their experience will, I feel confident, fully confirm my statement — ' That crested dogstail is one of the best, if not the best, the most profitable, and the most permanent grass for all that wide area in Gipps Land, Cape Otway, and else whare, which in its natural garb is clothed with light wood, hazel, musk and other kindred shrubs.' It is always well, however, to justify, if possible, ' the faith that is in us.' I will endeavour to do so for mine in this jgpMgfa by stating as b...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

i; Queen's Messenger. — The Dubbo fiispatch says : Mr. Body, of Bundemar tmd Terranmngnmine, has purchased the celebrated cob sire Queen's Messen ger from the Hon. F. B. Suttor, Brad wardme, Bathurst. The horse is the most perfect of his class in Australia. He is the real cob — the sort of fire to produce good hacks and buggy horses. Queen's Messenger trots in a* trap six teen miles within the hour. Air. Body has made a good purchase, and the dis trict is to be congratulated upon the possession of such a horse. — Free Press. Just Opened.— E. Webb & Co. have just opened an excellent assort ment of English-made boots and shoes. These are superior in style and material. Some novelties amongst them foi gents and ladies also. . Sheep are on the rise. One cannot wonder at this after the recent rains, and also seeing that the wool market is holding good. The wool on the sheeps' backs is also increasing in value as time rolls on. Some Special Uses of the ' Sunlight Soap.' — Used in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

FEIDAY, MAY 15, 1891.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

-TUT?1 A TTTC3 'DTJ^C! * I Photos, have now XSJllxLVJLid JjJlVvJO. [ been Awarded 8 FIRST AND_4 JMAl PRIZES. BATHURST SHOW — FIST PRIZES 1887, 1889, 1890, 1891. FIRST PRIZES For Portraits FIRST PRIZES FIRST PRIZES For Landscapes FIRST PRIZES FIRST PRIZES For Enlarged Portraits FIRST PRIZES FIRST PRIZES For Family Groups FIRST PRIZES And 4 SPECIAL PRIZES. The only FIRST PRIZES. Bathurst. 1S91 The only FIRST PRIZES, Orange 1891 The only FIRST PRIZE, Wellington, 1891 The only FIRST PRIZE, Pubbo, 1891. !$§jp All the above prizes were awarded for Photos, taken by us in Bathuist. We exhibit no Sydney work. Patrons may rely upon getting the same high-class work. 15 IT A VTQ DDAC JTBE ONLY FIRST PRIZE PHOTOCRAPHERS DrAVlO DIVUO.,1 IN BATHURST. TSTITH the object of retarding the progress of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, extensive ™' circulation is being given to leaflets and statements which grossly misrepresent the Company's fluancial status and the positioii.oocupied by it...

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THE METROPOLIS. Sydney. 8th May. 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

THE METROPOLIS. j'FEOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Svdnev. 8th Mav. 1891. I am glad to find a spare hour to record some of the impressions the events of the past month or so have made, as it appears to me, on the public mind in the metropolis. * * * The Federation movement is declared by many people to be merely a cloak for other important measures, and Sir John Robertson, with that vigorous and ter?e Anglo-Saxon, that never seems to desert the Knight of Clovelly, says the Feder ation Bill is ' as dead as Julius Csesar.' Nevertheless, Sir John seems to think it very necessary to keep up an exceed ingly ardent crusade against the poor dead, dumb thing, so we must, I sup pose, understand his assertion in a Pickwickian sense. Mr. G. H. Read has attacked the measure in a most trenchant, not to say tremendous, effort on two occasions, and has, strange to say, been supported almost entirely by the ultra-protectionists, and Sir John Robertson's mighty twins — J. H. Want and Walter Bradley. It'...

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FARM AND FIELD. PICKLING SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

FARM AND FIELD. PICKLING SEED. Pickling seed wheat as a preventive of smut is almost universally carried oat, experience having shown the practice, to be beneficial. The pickling, tf done ever so carefully, has a somewhat :«inrinns effect uoon the seed, so that if it were not for the danger of smut farmers would perfer not to adopt the pickling process. So well known, however, are the preventive effects of pickling thai fanners, who know that the seed would germinate quicker and grow better without it, generally use a pickle for , smut. Salt or lime are used in some cases, and there are also suitable preparations in the market which give satisfaction, but the most generally adopted pickle is a solution of bluestone. In pickling one of the most important points is to avoid steeping the seed. In cool, moist climates the danger in con nection with leaving the seed too long in pickle does not exist, and hence the process of pickling is frequently called 'steeping.' The wheat-growers of ...

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THE WHEAT RUST QUESTION. EXPERIENCE OF VICTORIAN FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

THE WHEAT RUST QUES TION. Experience of Victorian Farmers. Mr. D. M'Alpine, the Government vegetable pathologist (says the Austra lasian), has furnished to the Minister of Agriculture a preliminary report on the wheat ru?t question, based upon replies to the circular which emanated from the conference of last year. The report is as follows : — '?' In response to the circular sent out by the Department of Agriculture containing: ? Questions regarding rust in wheat,' 125 replies have been received to date, and the numerous answers to questions have all been tabulated and arranged under their appro priate headings. This mass of valuable information has all been digested, and tne results will be clearly set forth in a full report ; but, meanwhile, a few of the leading points are stated as briefly as possible, in order to give the farmers of the colony the benefit of the collective experience of 125 of their brethren before the season is too far advanced. It may be that there is little n...

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THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BEING SHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW. ON BEING SHY. All great literary men are shy. I am myself, though I am told it is hardly noticeable. I am glad it is not. It used to be extremely prominent at one time, and was the cause of much misery to myself, and discomfort to everyone about me— my lady friends, especially, complained most bitterly about it. A shy man's lot is not a happy one. The men dislike him, the women, despise him, and he dislikes and despises himself. Use brings him no relief, and there is no cure for him except time ; though I once came across a delicious receipt for overcoming the misfortune. It appeared among the ' answers to correspondents ' in a small weekly journal, and ran as follows— -I have never forgotten it: — 'Adopt an easy and pleasing manner, especially towards ladies.' Poor wretch ! I can imagine the grin with which he must have read that advice. ' Adopt an easy and pleasing manner, especially towards ladies,'' forsooth ! Don't you adopt anything of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

E. WEBB & CO. See their Latest Shipments of TWEEDS ! i / * V Mi y//A / & / Ox / & / / x? / /m CALL AND SEE OUR SERGE SUITS TO ORDER, 57/u CALL AND SEE DUR TROUSERS TO ORDER, 15/ CALL AND SEE OUR D.B. SAC SUITS TO ORDER, 58/6 CALL AND SEE I OUR D.B. SCOTCH SERGE SUITS TO ORDER, Silk Faced, 66/6 CALL AND SEE OUR SERGE TROUSERS TO ORDER, 17/6 MERCERY! MERCERY! » CALL AND SEE OUR DISPLAY OF SHIRTS. CALL AND SEE OUR DISPLAY OF SCARFS. CALL AND SEE OUR WONDEEOUS ASSORTMENT OF HATS. CALL AND SEE OUR TRAVELLING REQUISITES. CALL AND SEE OUR CHOICE LOT OF .._. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS ?- . ? \ -? \ be v\v\ » ? I E. WEBB & CO., ! Merchant Tailors, ; george street. ' FURNITURE ! E. WEBB & CO., DESIRE to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst that they are now going more fully into The GenTal Furnishing Trade, and will be able to execute all orders entrusted to their care in a manner that will be calculated to inspire confidence amongst their various friends and con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 May 1891

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