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The National Advocate was a daily newspaper published in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia, between 1889 and 1963.
The newspaper was established on 28 September 1889, co-founded by Australian businessman James Rutherford as a vehicle to put forward a protectionist viewpoint. The newspaper's board of directors included Francis Halliday who was at that time was president of the Bathurst National Protection League.See the full Wikipedia entry
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