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  2. THE ELECTIONS—LIST OF CANDIDATES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 394 words
  3. ELECTION FOR PARRAMATTA.

    THE polling in the electorate of Parramatta took place yesterday. There was a great deal of interest taken in the election in Parramatta and the neighbourhood, and the interest was probably heightened by the knowledge that ...

    Article : 4,460 words
  4. CANDIDATES FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF SYDNEY AND THE WATER SUPPLY.

    SIR,—I particularly desire at this time to announce the successful result of experiments, conducted at an engineering establishment, with compressed sponge, which is a principal feature in the well I designed for supplying ...

    Article : 194 words
  5. FUNERAL REFORM ASSOCIATION.

    SIR,—A[?] one who has something to do with the drawing up of the articles of association, I beg space in your journal to endeavour to remove the objections taken to the "mourning" clause, at the public meeting on ...

    Article : 790 words
  6. COMPENSATION.

    SIR,—On looking over the estimates of expenditure for the year 1875 I see the sum of £4000 proposed to be voted as compe[?]tion to Mr. Twaddell for injury sustained by gold-digging on his run, I believe in the Forbes district. ...

    Article : 544 words
  7. GULGONG AND HOME RULE.

    DECEMBER 8.—The escort last week took down only 1554 oz. for the fortnight, but the next is expected to make up for it, as by that time the gold from some of the large Christmas washings will have been realized. Both the ...

    Article : 1,179 words
  8. CANDIDATES RETURNED TO PARLIAMENT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 42 words
  9. THE INVINCIBLE ARMADA.

    THE battle cry is ringing through the [?]: And, where the mastering ranks their standards seek, The Royal Virgin rides: with queenly smile A very queen she sits, in act to speak,— ...

    Article : 942 words
  10. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    SIR,—Having been unable to attend the meeting last night and to express personally the views set forth in my letter of yesterday, I ask for a very small space in your columns merely to ask the public to suspend their judgment on the ...

    Article : 179 words
  11. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,659 words
  12. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    SIR,—Legislation, to be useful and practical, must also be accurate. Will, then, the committee for the Funeral Reform Company Kindly, in the con[?] of their proposed reforms, prescribe exactly:— ...

    Article : 555 words
  13. WINDSOR ELECTION.

    MR. DRIVER addressed a large meeting of the electors on Tuesday evening, from the verandah of the Royal Hotel. Alderman Primrose was in the chair, and introduced the candidate. Mr. Driver said it was three years since he ...

    Article : 1,392 words
  14. WHAT TO DRINK?

    SIR,—The thirsty season is approaching, and what to drink is a question of great interest to many of us. The native wines of this colony, when fully matured by age, are no doubt good wholesome drinks; but how difficult it is to ...

    Article : 506 words
  15. THE LEAGUE.

    SIR,—In your report in to-day's issue, of the Parramatta nomination, Mr. Hugh Taylor is reported to have said,— "The League has seven or eight gentlemen travelling over the colony, some of them paid 30s. and some of them ...

    Article : 356 words
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