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  2. WEST SYDNEY.

    IN pursuance of an advertisement which appeared yesterday a meeting was held last night, at Mr. Berry's, "Rock of Cashel," Cumberland-street North, at which Mr. T. Broughton addressed a number of the electors of the western division of Sydney. ...

    Article : 2,491 words
  3. THE SAILORS' HOME.

    SIR,—In reading the interesting report of the public meeting to establish a Sailors' Home, in your issue of the 26th instant, I perceive it was suggested that the Mariners' Church would be large enough for such an institution as well as a church. ...

    Article : 161 words
  4. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,697 words
  5. WINDSOR.

    THE ELECTIONS.—We understand that Mr. R. Scott Ross has written to Dr. Day, intimating his intention or contesting the electorate of Windsor with Mr. Dalley, A considerable number of signatures has already been attached to the requisition in his ...

    Article : 415 words
  6. ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL BUILDING FUND.

    LAST night, pursuant to advertisement a public meeting of the subscribers to the Cathedral Building Fund, and other members of the Church of England, was held in the Church Society's House, Phillip-street, for the purpose of devising means by which funds ...

    Article : 2,381 words
  7. VICTORIA.

    TO THE news from Melbourne, in the letter of our correspondent, published in yesterday's Herald, we add the following from the papers to the 20th instant:— DARING FAIL, ROBBERY.—This event has already been noticed ...

    Article : 1,880 words
  8. MR. M'ARTHUR AT NEWTOWN.

    MR. M'ARTHUR met the electors of Newtown, for the first time, yesterday evening, at Short's Cottage of Content. The room, which was much too small to hold all who went to listen to the candidate, was crowded to excess by a very attentive audience. ...

    Article : 4,907 words
  9. MR. WINDEYER, FOR PADDINGTON.

    A NUMEROUS meeting of the supporters of Mr. Windeyer, as candidate for the representation of the electorate of Paddington, was held yesterday evening, in George-street, Redfern, the speeches being delivered from a window of the Welcome Inn. ...

    Article : 1,758 words
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