Mr. George A. Lloyd addressed a large and orderly meeting of the electors of Newcastle to-night, from the balcony of the Oxford Hotel, Hunter-street. Alderman W. Grisdale presided, and briefly introduced the candidate. ...Article : 3,762 words
The Weather seems to be stoutly opposed to the successful holding of the Raikes Centenary concert. During the last week we have had thunderstorms more or less every day, and the performance, which is to be ...Article : 1,639 words
Mr. Buchanan addressed the electors here last night. His speech was in the main the same as that delivered at Coonamble. He stoutly opposed the remission of interest, and this evoked loud cheers. He addresses electors at ...Article : 45 words
Mr. J. Garvan met the electors at Bodalla last evening He addressed himself at length to the consideration of our land laws, bringing many forcible arguments to bear in favour of remission of interest and classification of ...Article : 182 words
Alderman G. L. Carter addressed a large body of electors, at Frost's Royal Exhibition Hotel, corner of Devonshire and Castlereagh streets, last evening. In the absence of Mr. Shortland, Mr. J. J. Collins presided. ...Article : 2,411 words
Mr. Alfred Allen, one of the candidates for the representation of West Sydney in the new Parliament, addressed the electors at the Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, last night. The attendance was good, and Mr. Allen was ...Article : 2,289 words
Sir,—Having been a resident for twenty-three years in Hongkong, I shall be obliged if you will grant me space to reply to a few of the stock charges which are habitually made against the Chinese in these colonies. ...Article : 1,451 words
Mr. Taylor addressed the electors at a very enthusiastic meeting to-night, at Parramatta East. He spoke strongly against payment of members and Chinese immigration. He was in favour of local option and a ...Article : 83 words
Mr. W. B. Christie addressed the electors here last evening in the Music Hall. He was in favour of an improved electoral system, by which the areas as well as population would be taken into consideration, and would advocate an ...Article : 218 words
Mr. W. J. Watson addressed a very large assemblage of electors in Dacey's marquee last night. The candidate declared himself in favour of free trade, and the entire prohibition of the liquor traffic on Sundays. He was against ...Article : 207 words
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