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61 Broadside Deep sea shipowners Not Canadian Seamen are responsible for shipping strike. Here Are the Facts [...] The shipowners must obey the laws – The governments must compel them. Act Now! Defend Free Trade Unionism. Published by theCanadian Seamen's Union
Canadian Seamen's Union, Montreal, 1949, 
(Broadside). Deep sea shipowners Not Canadian Seamen are responsible for shipping strike. Here Are the Facts [...] The shipowners must obey the laws –The governments must compel them. Act Now! Defend Free Trade Unionism. [Mo ntreal:] Published by the Canadian Seamen's Union, 438 St. François-Xavier,n.d. [1949?]. On sheet [10.25 by 17.75 inches], printed one side only. Sta ple stains, vertical and horizontal creases (from being folded), light edgewear, else good. 50.00

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62 Broadside - Auction - Digby) To be Sold at Public Auction [...] Tuesday, March 19th, A.D. 1912 [...] OneHorse
Digby Courier Press, Digby, Nova Scotia, 1912, 
(Broadside - Auction - Digby, Nova Scotia). 1899 A No. 1465. In the County Court for District No. 3. Between :- G. D. Campbell, Plaintiff, and George F. Allen, Defendant. To be Sold at Public Auction by the Sheriff of the County of Digby, or his Deputy, at Weymouth, in the County of Digby, in front of the store of G. D. Campbell & Co., on Tuesday, March 19th A.D. 1912, at 3 o'clock it he afternoon One Horse. The same having been levied on under an execution issued on behalf of the Plaintiff on a judgm,ent obtained by the Plaintiff against the Defendant in above cause. H. A. P. Smith, High Sheriff for the County of Digby. J. A. Grierson, Plaintiff's Solicitor, Sheriff's Office, Digby, March 4th, 1912. [Digby, Nova Scotia] : Digby Courier Press, [1912]. Single sheet (12.5 by 19.0 inches), printed one side only. Folded twice, minor nicks, else very good. Scarce. 150.00

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63 Broadside - Canada - Elections) Directions to Voters
F. A. Acland, King's Printer, Ottawa, 1927, 
(Broadside - Canada - Elections). Directions to Voters. Printed by F. A. Acland, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Ottawa, and published by Jules Castonguay, Chief Electoral Officer, Ottawa. [1927?]. Single sheet,printed one side only, 9.25 inches wide by 19.0 inches high. Form 26, 11-2 7 -- 300 M. This broadside contains voting instructions and shows how to mark a sample ballot. Horizontal folds, browned, one and a half inch tear along one fold, else very good. 60.00

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64 Broadside - Canadian Key to The Sentinel Premium Picture for 1897 - The Relief of Derry.
The Sentinel, Toronto , 1897, 
(Broadside). Key to The Sentinel Premium Picture for 1897 “The Relief of Derry.” Toronto : The Sentinel, 1897. A 12 by 12 inch broadside, printed one side only. A key to the picture sent to all new and renewal subscribers of The Sentinel for 1897. Creased, folded, some brown stains, else good. 10.00

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65 Broadside - Halifax County Jail Halifax, NS. Court of Quarter Sessions, March Term, 1864. The following Jail Regulations having been made by the Justices in Session, and confirmed bythe Supreme Court, are ordered to be published. Nepean Clarke, Clerk of th e Peace. Halifax County Jail [
1864, 
(Broadside - Halifax County Jail). Halifax, NS. Court of Quarter Sessions, March Term, 1864. The following Jail Regulations having been made by the Justices in Session, and confirmed by the Supreme Court, are ordered to be published. Nepean Clarke, Clerk of the Peace. Halifax County Jail [...] Rulesand Regulations. Broadside, folio sheet [ca 12 by 20 inches], printed one side only. A list of 26 rules and regulations pertaining to the housing of Debtors and their families at the Halifax County Jail. Vertical creases, browning to margins, tears to edges (especially at folds), a couple of small central tears also, else good. Scarce. 700.00

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66 Broadside - Halifax TOLAND Family Register. Married, At Halifax, Nova-Scotia, on the 19th November, 1813, by the Rev. R. Stanser, Mr. Peter Toland, to Miss Jane Umlah. Births. Peter Toland, born 15th March, 1778. Jane Umlah, born 12th May, 1775. Mary Isabella Toland
1855, 
(Broadside). A Family Register. Married, At Halifax, Nova-Scotia, on the 19th November, 1813, by the Rev. R. Stanser, Mr. Peter Toland, to Miss Jane Umlah. Births. Peter Toland, born 15th March, 1778. Jane Umlah, born 12th May, 1775. Mary Isabella Toland, born Tuesday, 30th August, 1814, daughter ofPeter and Jane Toland. Peter Toland, born Monday, 21st October, 1816, son of Peter and Jane Toland. Deaths. Departed this life, on Tuesday, the 15th day of April, 1851, Mrs. Jane, consort of Mr. Peter Toland, aged 76. Broadside, one 9 by 7 inch pale blue sheet printed on one side only, printed on laid paper, watermarked “Lumsden & Son / 1852.” . An unusual item – a familyregister of marriage, births, and deaths, printed after the death of Mrs. Jane Toland in 1851, but before the death of Mr. Peter Toland. Creased, edges worn and torn with some tape repair, else good. 150.00

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67 Broadside - Land Auction - Nova Scotia FRIEZE, David CONWAY, John ALLISON, Joseph To be Sold at Public Auction, By the Sheriff of the County of Hants, at theCourt House in Windsor, on Tuesday, the Twenty-Fourth day of November next , between the hours of Ten o'clock in the forenoon and Two o'clock in the afternoon: All that piece or pa
1857, 
(Broadside - Land Auction). David Frieze, Plaintiff, vs. John Conway, Defendant. To be Sold at Public Auction, By the Sheriff of the County of Hants, at the Court House in Windsor, on Tuesday, the Twenty-Fourth day of November next, between the hours of Ten o'clock in the forenoon and Two o'clock inthe afternoon: All that piece or parcel of Land, Lying between the Old and New Roads leading from the Great Plaister Rocks to the Five Mie River, in the Township of Douglas, and County of Hants, bounded as follows: [...] Thesame lands having been taken in Execution in the above Suit, and the Judgm ent having been docketed and registered uwards of two years. Joseph Allison, Sheriff. Adams G. Archibald, Atty. of Pltff., Sheriff's Office, Windsor, October 19, 1857. Single sheet (approx. 13 by 14 inches), printed on one side only. David Frieze was one of the proprietors of the Temperance Hall Company, and the first bank manager in Maitland, East Hants, Nova Scotia. Tornat top with partial loss of plaintiff's name, some foxing and creasing, el se good/ As is. 200.00

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68 Broadside - New Brunswick - Intercolonial Railway) One More! Cheap Excursion to the International Exhibiton, St. John, N.B. onTuesday, October 1st, 1896
Moncton Transcript Printe, Moncton, 1896, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick - Intercolonial Railway). One More! Cheap Excursion to the International Exhibiton, St. John, N.B. on Tuesday, October 1st,1896. Time and Rates as folows [...]. Tickets issued at the foregoing rate s are good going by the above scheduled trains only. Good for return by allregular trains on or before Saturday, October 3rd, 1896. A special train w ill leave St. John for Amherst and intermediate stations at 22.00 o'clock (standard time) Thgursday night, October 1st. Tickets are good only for continuous journey in either direction. Passengers will please call at ticket offices early so as not to delay trains. Jno. M. Lyons, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Intercolonial Railway. Railway Office, Moncton, N.B., Sept.25th, 1896. Single orange sheet, printed one side only, 9 inches wide by 2 0 inches high. This broadside was produced by Moncton Transcript Print, andcontains the rates and time schedule for this special excursion, the full return fare from Amherst to St. John being $2.00. Horizontal folds, browning and tears to left margin, tear at top edge where affixed to wall, numerous pencilled numbers on reverse, else very good. 180.00

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69 Broadside - New Brunswick - Intercolonial Railway) R U Going to the International Exhibiton at St. John, N.B.? Look at the following Special Excursion Rates, In effect from Amherst, Point du Chene, Cold Brook, and stations inclusive, to St. John and return, on Tuesday, Sept. 29th, 1896
Moncton Transcript Printe, Moncton, 1896, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick - Intercolonial Railway). R U Going to the International Exhibiton at St. John, N.B.? Look at the following Special Excursion Rates, In effect from Amherst, Point du Chene, Cold Brook, and stations inclusive, to St. John and return, on Tuesday, Sept. 29th, 1896. Time and Rates as folows [...]. Tickets issued at the foregoing rates are good going by the above scheduled trains only. Good for return by all regular trains on or before Friday, October 2nd, 1896. A special train will leave St. John for Amherst and intermediate stations at 22.00 o'clock (standard time) Tuesday night, September 29th. Tickets are good only for continuous journey in either direction. Passengers will please call at ticket offices early so asnot to delay trains. Jno. M. Lyons, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. In tercolonial Railway. Railway Office, Moncton, N.B., Sept. 22nd, 1896. Single sheet, printed one side only, 8 inches wide by 19 inches high. This broadside was produced by Moncton Transcript Print, and contains the rates and time schedule for this special excursion, the full return fare from Amherst to St. John being $2.00. Horizontal folds, a couple of short tears to edges, small piece missiing from left margin (not affecting text), tear at top edge where affixed to wall, else very good. 180.00

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70 Broadside - New Brunswick - Men's Clothing) Great Clearance Sale Clothing At Cost Price and Less
Mallenfant-Stratton Printery, Moncton, 1895, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick - Men's Clothing). Great Clearance Sale ClothingAt Cost Price and Less. We have decided to sacrifice our entire Stock of M en's Clothing, comprising Overcoats of Cloth and of Fur as well as Raincoats --- also a --- $3,000.oo Stock --- of --- Pants, Vests and Suits. Made upin the latest styles and imported lately for the Fall and Winter trade. [. ..] Men's Suits worth $8.50 .... special price $4.75. Men's Suits worth $24.00 .... special price $18.50. [...] Men's Overcoats worth $20.00, special price $15.00. Others worth $6.25 for $5.25. [...] F. F. Gaudet, Saint Joseph, New Brunswick. Single red sheet, printed one side only, 8 inches wide by12 inches high. This broadside was produced by Malenfant-Stratton Printery , Moncton. n.d. [ca 1895]. A couple of tears, else very good. 85.00

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71 Broadside - New Brunswick - Post Office Department). STEADMAN, James. Table Showing the Total Amount of Postage to be Collected in New Brunswick upon Book Packets Addressed to the Undermentioned Places
Post Office Department, Fredericton, 1863, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick - Post Office Department). Table Showing the Total Amount of Postage to be Collected in New Brunswick upon Book Packets Addressed to the Undermentioned Places. [An alphabetical list of countries from Aden to Wurttemburg.] "Printed Books, Periodical Publications, or Pamphlets, under 48 oz. in weight, can be forwarded by Post in New Brunswick, at the rate of one cent an oz. Pamplets, Periodicals, and Books, to pass at theabove rates, must be sent without a cover, or in a cover open at the sides or ends. No words or marks (except the name and address of the person to w hom sent,) shall be written on any Newspaper, Pamphlet, Book, Periodical, Parliamentary or Government paper. Any violation of these Regulations will subject such Newspapers, Pamphlets, Periodicals, or Books, &c. to be treatedin every respect as Letters. Post Office Department, Fredericton, October, 1863. James Steadman, Postmaster General." Single sheet, printed one side only, 10.25 inches wide by 25 inches high. James Steadman (1818 - 1913) wasa lawyer, judge and political figure in New Brunswick. He represented West morland in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1854 to 1856 and from 1857 to 1865. He served in the Executive Council from 1860 to 1865 as Postmaster General. Vertical and horizontal folds, five inch tear to lower horizontal fold, some browning, else very good. 200.00

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72 Broadside - New Brunswick) Agricultural Fair! The Dorcester Agricultural Society will hold their annual Fair at Memramcook on Tuesday, Oct. 11th, '98.
G. B. Fowler's Print, Dorcester, 1898, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick). Agricultural Fair! The Dorcester Agricultural Society will hold their annual Fair at Memramcook on Tuesday, Oct. 11th, '98. There will be various kinds of amusements, Horse Racing & ther attractions on grounds. The exhibit of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, Grain,Fruit, Vegetables and other Agriculture Products will be the finest ever s hown in Westmorland County. There will also be a Grand display of Ladiies' Fancy Work anmd other innumerable Articles. Admission to Grounds 25 cts. Children Half Price. Joseph R. Tay;lor, President. John A. Doherty, Secretary. Single orange sheet, printed one side only, 12 inches wide by 18 inches high. This broadside was produced by G. B. Fowler's Print, Dorcester. Horizontal folds, left side chipped and torn (affecting a few letters), else good. As is. 90.00

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73 Broadside - New Brunswick) Barkers Always Save You Money.
Moncton Transcript Print, Moncton, 1901, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick). Barkers Always Save You Money. The Barkers' Moncton Branch. Other stores at St. ohn and Fredericton, N.B., and New Glasgow and Amherst, N.S. Single sheet, printed one side only, 8.75 inches wide by 24.0 inches high. This broadside, dated Feb. 1st, 1901, was produced by Moncton Transcript Print, and includes sections listing prices for Barkers' Flour, Barkers' Sugar, [B]arkers' Teas, Brooms and Brushes, Dried Fruit andPreserves, Wash Tubs, Tobaccos, Barkers' Pride Flour, Canned Goods, Granit e Iron and Tinwear. "Barkers" Can outsell and undfersell all competitors. In this lot are thousands of seconds, almost as good as firsts. You will have to see them to believe it. Profits are no object. We must sell them. Thisreally is the chance of a lifetime. Examine for yourself these marve[l]ous trades. Please remember that this is no exaggeration. Everything is just a s represented. What we advertise we sell. Our profits are made by our immense purchases. Our goods are always just as represented. Others are saving money by buying from "Barkers." Why not you?" Horizontal folds, else very good. 100.00

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74 Broadside - New Brunswick) Barkers Always Save You Money. with mailing address and postage stamp
Moncton Transcript Print, Moncton, 1901, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick). Barkers Always Save You Money. The Barkers' Moncton Branch. Other stores at St. ohn and Fredericton, N.B., and New Glasgow and Amherst, N.S. Single sheet, printed one side only, 8.75 inches wide by 24.0 inches high. This broadside, dated Feb. 1st, 1901, was produced by Moncton Transcript Print, and includes sections listing prices for Barkers' Flour, Barkers' Sugar, [B]arkers' Teas, Brooms and Brushes, Dried Fruit andPreserves, Wash Tubs, Tobaccos, Barkers' Pride Flour, Canned Goods, Granit e Iron and Tinwear. "Barkers" Can outsell and undfersell all competitors. In this lot are thousands of seconds, almost as good as firsts. You will have to see them to believe it. Profits are no object. We must sell them. Thisreally is the chance of a lifetime. Examine for yourself these marve[l]ous trades. Please remember that this is no exaggeration. Everything is just a s represented. What we advertise we sell. Our profits are made by our immense purchases. Our goods are always just as represented. Others are saving money by buying from "Barkers." Why not you?" Horizontal folds, small nick to one edge, else very good, with with mailing address and one cent postage stamp on the reverse. 120.00

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75 Broadside - New Brunswick) Public Meeting : A Meeting under the auspices of the Farmer's and Dairyman's Association, of the County of Westmorland, will be held at ...
Moncton Transcript Printe, Moncton, 1890, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick). Public Meeting : A Meeting under the auspices of the Farmer's and Dairyman's Association, of the County of Westmorland, will be held at __________ on _______ the _______ day of March at ___ p.m., at which Mr. ______________ Superintendant of the Experimental Station at __________ will deliver an address on Dairying and other Branches of Farming/ Ladies are invited to attend these meetings. By order of the President, D. Sinclair Smith, Sec. West. Co. F. & D. Association Single pink sheet, printed one side only, 12 inches wide by 17 inches high. This broadside was produced by Moncton Transcript Print in the 1890s, and was meant to be filledout with the relevant information for the meeting. This copy has not been filled out. A couple of short tears, else very good. 125.00

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76 Broadside - New Brunswick) Semi-Annual Meeting of the Dorcester Agricultural Society will be held in the Hall at Memramcook on Tuesday, Nov. 17, Instant, at 2 O'clock, p.m..
Moncton Transcript Printe, Moncton, 1896, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick). The Semi-Annual Meeting of the Dorcester Agricultural Society will be held in the Hall at Memramcook on Tuesday, Nov. 17,Instant, at 2 O'clock, p.m. Business: The election of officers and passing accounts for the year. John A. Doherty, Secretary. Jos. R. Taylor, Preside nt. Memramcook, Nov. 12th, 1896. Single pink sheet, printed one side only, 12 inches wide by 18 inches high. This broadside was produced by Moncton Transcript Print. A couple of short tears, else very good. 120.00

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77 Broadside - New Brunswick) ELLIOTT, Andrew AWCETT, Bliss M. Is There Money in Stock Raising upon New Brunswick Farms? A Public Meeting to discuss this important subject will be held at Legere's Hall, MemramcookWest, Wednes. March 23 at Seven Thirty , P.M. Addresses will be given by M essrs. Andrew Elliott, Galt, O
Dept. of Agriculture, Fredericton, 1890, 
(Broadside - New Brunswick). Is There Money in Stock Raising upon New Brunswick Farms? A Public Meeting to discuss this important subject will be heldat Legere's Hall, Memramcook West, Wednes. March 23 at Seven Thirty , P.M. Addresses will be given by Messrs. Andrew Elliott, Galt, Ontario. Bliss M. Fawcett, Sackville, N.B. Note.--- Mr. Elliott has had a large experience i n Beefraising and the breeding of Horses and Sheep in Ontario, he is thoroughly conversant with the business in the United States and having made a careful examination of New Brunswick's land, climate, markets and the methodsof our farmers is especially well fitted to discuss this problem. Why shou ld New Brunswick import beef at present prices? Everybody interested is invited to attend and take part in this discussion. W. W. Hubbard, Secty. for Agriculture. Single sheet, printed one side only, 18 inches wide by 28 inches high. Although undated, this broadside is probably from the early 1890. Some short tears and chipping to edges (not affecting text), else very good. 120.00

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78 Broadside - Nova Scotia Excursion S.S. Ruby L. Sat'y, June 20. Margaretville to Hall's Harbor touching on al points of interest on the way. Leave Margaretville at 10.30 a.m. Tickets to Return, 25c. J. A. Balcom. Margaretville, June 13, '08
Outlook Printery, 1908, 
(Broadside - Nova Scotia). Excursion S.S. Ruby L. Sat'y, June 20. Margaretville to Hall's Harbor touching on al points of interest on the way. Leave Margaretville at 10.30 a.m. Tickets to Return, 25c. J. A. Balcom. Margaretville, June 13, '08. N.pl.: Outlook Printery, [1908]. Small broadside (8.5 by3.5 inches), yellow paper, printed in black on one side only. An advertise ment promoting an excursion by sailing ship from Margaretville [sic, Margaretsville], Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, to Hall's Harbor, Kings County, Nova Scotia, and return. Small nicks to one edge, horizontal folds, else very good. 20.00

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79 Broadside - Nova Scotia - Provincial Exhibition Great Provincial Industrial Exhibition, To Be Held at Halifax On Wednesday the 27th day of September, 1854, and nine following days. Patron : His Excellency Sir J. Gaspard LeMarchant, Kt. Premium List.
1854, 
(Broadside - Nova Scotia - Provincial Exhibition). Great Provincial Industrial Exhibition, To Be Held at Halifax On Wednesday the 27th day of September, 1854, and nine following days. Patron : His Excellency Sir J. Gaspard LeMarchant, Kt. Premium List. President : The Honourable Brenton Halliburton,Chief Justice. Vice Presidents : The Hon. W.B. Bliss, Hon. John E. Fairban ks and Andrew McKinlay, Esq. William Murdoch, Esq., Treasurer. Mather B. DesBrisay and Howard D. Steele, Esqrs., Joint Secretaries. Broadside, folio, newsprint, printed one side only. A list of categories and prize values forvarious items from the mineral, vegetable, and animal kingdoms, manufactur ing, fine arts, literature, etc. for the exhibition. “Parties are earnestlyrequested to cause this paper, to be extensively circulated, or fastened o n some Public Building, Office, Store, or other place, where the same may be generally read.” Vertical and horizontal creases, foxing, browning along folds, else good. Scarce. 500.00

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80 Broadside - Oddfellows. Independent Order of Oddfellows Manchester Unity Friendly Society
Manchester Unity, Manchester , 1912, 
(Broadside). Independent Order of Oddfellows Manchester Unity Friendly Society. Manchester : Manchester Unity, 1912. Lavishly Colour Illustrated Broadside, with portrait of Grand Master A.H. Warren and small 1912 Calendar. Compliments of Loyal Aberdeen Lodge No. 7367, Acadia District, Meetings everyMonday evening at Sons of Temperance Hall, Cornwallis Street. H.S. Heisler , Secretary. 277 Gottingen Street. Tear to top edge, some foxing, rolled up, else good to very good. 40.00

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