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  2. MR. GEORGE WITHERS' MEETING.

    A large and influential meeting of electors was held last night at Foster's Hotel, corner of Goulburn and Maccuarie streets. The chair was taken by Mr. Wright. Mr. Withers, who was received with applause, spoke at some ...

    Article : 340 words
  3. MR. OLLIFFE'S MEETING.

    Mr. J. B. Olliffe addressed a large meeting of electors of South Sydney, on Wednesday evening, at the friendship Hotel. Chippendale. Mr. T. Brown in the chair. The candidate was enthusiastically received, and frequently ...

    Article : 123 words
  4. ST. LEONARDS ELECTORATE.

    Mr. G. R. DIBBS one of the contestants for the representation of the electorate of St. Leonards in the Legislative Assembly, addressed a public meeting in the School of Arts, Lane Cove-road, St. Leonards, on Wednesday night. ...

    Article : 2,527 words
  5. REDFERN ELECTORATE.

    Mr. John Sutherland, who is one of the candidates for the representation of Redfern, addressed a meeting in the Town Hall, Redfern, on Wednesday night. The chair was occupied by Mr. P. Stanley, and the hall was filled ...

    Article : 2,207 words
  6. MR. G. R. DIBBS' MEETING.

    Last evening Mr. Dibbs met the electors of St. Leonards at Ivanhoe Park. Mr. G. W. B. Barker, late Mayor of Manly, who presided, spoke in very flattering terms of the candidate's public career, and seemed for him a ...

    Article : 145 words
  7. CANTERBURY ELECTORATE.

    Mr. Pigott, a candidate for re-election to represent the constituency of Canterbury in the Legislative Assembly, on Wednesday night, addressed a meeting of the electors in the School of Arts, Ashfield. There were about 120 persons ...

    Article : 3,433 words
  8. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    The result of the Newcastle election is as follows:— Fletcher, 2121; Ellis, 1527; Lloyd, 996; informal votes, 30. An immense crowd assembled at the declaration of the poll, about 5000 being present, but the proceedings were ...

    Article : 93 words
  9. MR. MARK HAMMOND'S MEETING.

    Mr. MARK J. HAMMOND, of Ashfield, addressed a large meeting of the electors of Canterbury last night, at the Petersham Town Hall. The candidate was well received, after which he placed before the meeting in a clear ...

    Article : 97 words
  10. MR. HENSON'S MEETING.

    Mr. William Henson held a meeting at the Town Hall, Petersham, on Wednesday evening, Mr. John Wheeler in the chair. There was a good attendance of electors Mr. Henson said he thought the House ought to have gone into ...

    Article : 157 words
  11. CARCOAR ELECTORATE.

    Mr. Campbell addressed the electors in the Academy of Music, on Monday evening last. Mr. B. Simpson (Mayor), was voted to the chair. Mr. Campbell, who was received with cheers, said: As they were all aware a dissolution of ...

    Article : 2,124 words
  12. NOMINATION FOR BATHURST.

    The nomination for Bathurst took place to-day at noon. There was a large attendance, J. F. Clements, returning-officer, in the chair. The candidates proposed were F. B. Suttor, nominated by J. N. M'Intosh and E. Curtis; T. ...

    Article : 90 words
  13. NOMINATION FOR CAMDEN.

    The Courthouse was crowded to-day at the nomination, lhree candidates were nominated—Mr. Garrett, Mr. Kidd, and Mr. William M'Court. When a show of hands was called for. Mr. M'Court got it by a large majority. Mr. ...

    Article : 57 words
  14. MR. SEPTIMUS STEPHEN'S MEETING.

    Mr. Septimus Stephen, one of the candidates for the representation of the electorate of Canterbury in the House of Assembly, last evening addressed a meeting of the electors in the Shhool of Arts, Ashfield. There was a fairly ...

    Article : 2,052 words
  15. NOMINATIONS FOR ALBURY.

    The Albury nominations were made to-day. Mr. George Day was nominated by Mr. G. Thorold, seconded by Mr. P. Fallon; Mr. Lake Gulson was nominated by Mr. A. Emerson, seconded by Mr. E. Scanlon. The candidates then ...

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