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    A sigh from the panting breast of Amos Cadwalader followed these words. Plainer than speech it told of a grief still fresh and an agony still unappeased, though thirty years ...

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    Member for The Hume, was actually a member of the late Parliament, although he did not take his seat. He was elected for The Hume in succession to Sir William Lyne. At the general ...

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    The Melbourne "Argus," describing the escape from Pentridge of the convicts, O'Connor and Sparks, says: Escapee from gaol are usually regarded as ...

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    Mr. A. A. Dangar, of Baroona, has received a cable from England announcing the complete recovery of his son. Lieutenant C. C Dangar, who was invalided to England from South Africa, ...

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  7. MR. A. E. CHAPMAN

    Succeeds his brother, Mr. Austin Chapman, M.P., in the representation of Braidwood. He is 29 years of age, and a native of Marulan. Educated at the Marulan Public School and St. Patrick's ...

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  8. MR. M. F. MORTON,

    Member for Shoalhaven, has had an excellent commercial training. For some years after leaving school he was in the office of Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin. His chief interests are ...

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    The new member for Hastings and Macleay, is likely to become a striking figure in the House, having a somewhat remarkable personality. The writer met him several times during the progress ...

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  11. MR. C. W. OAKES,

    The member for Paddington, like most of the new members, is a native of New South Wales. Born in Wagga about thirty-nine years ago, he has lived in Paddington since he was a boy. Twice ...

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    Member for Sydney-Fitzroy, is a young man who has won a good deal of distinction at the Sydney University, and before that at the Sydney Grammar School. At both the public schools ...

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  13. MR. W. F. LATIMER,

    who succeeds Mr. Garland as the member for Woollahra, is a well-known merchant of Queen-street of that suburb. Born in Fermanagh, Ireland, he came to New South Wales nearly twenty ...

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    Member for Newcastle West, was a public school teacher until March last, when he resigned to contest the Newcastle seat in the Federal Parliament in the Freetrade and Liberal interest. ...

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  15. MR. W. D. M'INTYRE,

    who succeeds Mr. Cruickshank, M.P., in the representation of Inverell, is a Sydney barrister, born at Tinonee, Manning River, in 1869; he was educated at the Sydney Grammar School, and ...

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  16. MR. W. M. DALEY,

    the new member for Gipps Division, is a native of his constituency, having been born there 29 years ago. His father, Mr. M. Daley, is a well-known master stevedore, in connection with whose ...

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  17. MR. A. E. COLLINS,

    member for Narrabri, is a brother of the late Mr. Charles Collins, who formerly represented the electorate. Mr. Collins was born in 1868, and is a very large storekeeper in Narrabri. Since 1895 ...

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  18. MR. R. W. M'COY,

    the representative of Marrickville, was educated at Fort-street Public School and the Sydney Grammar School. He was a clerk in the Oriental Bank Corporation for some years, and then served ...

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  19. MR. J. FALLICK.

    member for Newtown-St. Peters, is a well-known resident of the district, and is a builder and contractor. He is 48 years of age, and a native of the Isle of Wight. In 1875 he came to Sydney, ...

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    Member for Wallsend, is a coal miner by occupation, and one of the leaders of the unions of the miners. Born at Minmi thirty-nine years ago, he speedily rose in the councils of his ...

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    the Labor member for Balmain North, is one of the boilermakers who were compelled to relinquish work owing to the strike of ironworkers' assistants. He was born at Jervis Bay thirty-two ...

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  22. MR. J. J. POWER,

    member for Sydney-Lang, was born in 1867. He was educated at a public school and St. Joseph's College, finishing his studies at the Sydney University. By profession he is a civil engineer and ...

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    The past week was an uneventful one in the estate market, the elections, no doubt, tending to interrupt business. The list of forthcoming sales does not include anything of much importance. ...

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    A correspondent writes: "It is bad enough to have mud and water underfoot, but much worse to have it overhead, as it has been these last few days. Many of the glass and iron verandah roofs ...

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  25. E. W. QUIRK.

    Alderman E. W. Quirk is about the best-known man at Manly Beach, and his election for Warringah caused great joy in the marine village. Mr. Quirk was born at Wentworth, near Orange, ...

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    The city coroner held an inquest on Monday into the circumstances attending the death of William Wilson, 57, laborer, which took place about 1 p.m. on Sunday. Deceased, who was a ...

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  29. MR. A. J. KELLY,

    Member for Sydney-Denison, has had an exciting and interesting career. Born in Dublin 47 years ago, he passed his schooldays at a national school, and going to Liverpool worked there as a ...

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    The usual meeting of the Central Licensing Court was held on Monday, before Messrs.F. W. Edwards, S.M., F. S. Isaacs, S.M., and F, Penny, L.M. The following transfer of a publican's ...

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  31. MR. E. C. V. BROUGHTON,

    Who now represents Sydney-King, is the Mayor of Ashfield. He has resided in that district since 1885, and has been prominent in many public matters. He is one of the hon, treasurers of ...

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  32. MR. D. R. HALL,

    Labor member for Gunnedah, was born in Victoria 27 years ago. After a varied career he was appointed private secretary to the Minister for Lands, and occupied that post for several years. ...

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    Who returns to Parliament as member for Ryde, had been in Parliament for several years until 1898, when he was defeated by Mr. Terry. The son of the late Mr. J. S. Farnell, he has paid ...

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