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  2. i THE FOOCMOW TEA j MARKET.

    FOOCIIOW, May 30.€”Minders of tliciio. tea crop were .shown on the 21st. Buyers at once recognised that tho crop was a good average one ; still, taking it as a whole, it ...

    Article : 371 words
  3. THE SHEEP SALES.

    saks Bkreused (he numbers :-ohi ami ilm prices icalked. Shortly after 9 o'clock Mr. Badgery resumed operations at Messrs. Har- ...

    Article : 5,170 words
  4. FREETRADE AND LAND REFORM CANDIDATES.

    The executive council of the Freetrade and Land Reform Electoral Committee, at its meeting held yesterday, decided to support the following candidates in addition to the ...

    Article : 231 words
  5. MR. J. GARVAN AT COLOMBO.

    COLOMBO (".'in Roga). Monday.€”Mr. J. P. I Grrvan addressed the electors hero on | Saturday, Mr. Ward pro dding. He dealt, j with all the Ratline questions of the day. ...

    Article : 48 words
  6. THE FREETRADE PARTY.

    The KreMrade Council met at Wcntworth Court yesfertlny, under the presidency of Mr. G. II. Kelt!, and considered a list of freotrarlo candidate.':. As the result of the arbitrations ...

    Article : 475 words
  7. MR. D. DONNELLY AT COWRA.

    v ated Siati or a i redit fonder ; and federal ion Australian linen, but ...

    Article : 105 words
  8. A PROTECTIONIST DECLARES FOR MR. GOULD.

    SINGLETON, Tuesday.€”Mr. J. A. Cameron. u.prominent protectionist, presiding at Camberwell over a meeting addressed by Mr. j Gould last night, raid that ho felt it. was j r.coosnry for him to explain his position, j They ail knew tli.it he was a protectionist, i and find nnnospd Mr. Gould at ...

    Article : 917 words
  9. MR. J. M'FARLANE AT MACLEAN.

    MACLEAN, Tuesday.€”Mr. J. MFarlane spoke lu re lost night. He suggested that the ! lands bo classified as first, second, and third i class, to be paid for by instalments extending ...

    Article : 199 words
  10. GLEBE.

    --lr. T. J. Houghton addressed a large gathering of eleetoiH at the Currency Lass Hotel. Glebe-road, on Monday night. Mr. A. Perry presided, A vote of confidence in the candi- ...

    Article : 100 words
  11. SIR HENRY PARKliS AT WATERLOO.

    Sir Henry Parkes addressed a large gathering nt Waterloo last evening upon "The Present State of Public Affairs and the Political Prospect," Alderman G. T. Walsh occtinled ...

    Article : 474 words
  12. NEWTOWN€”CAMPEUDOWN DIVISION.

    Air. Joseph Abbott addressed a meeting on Monday evening from the balcony of Fay's Hotel, TCnmore. There wjlh a very large attendance. Mr. T. J. Foster presiding. A vote ...

    Article : 50 words
  13. NEWTOWN€”EUSK1NE DIVSION.

    air. d. w. Molesworth addressed a large meeting of electors at the Union Hotel, Union- street, Erskineville, on Monday evening. Mr. Marshall presided. .Mr, J. B, Thracknll moved, ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. MR. II. II. CODKE AT CONDOBOLIN.

    (JONDOBOLIN, Tuesday.€”Mr. II. IT. Cooke addressed about 200 electors In tho Royal-hall last night, Mr. Innes In tho chair. The candidate declared himself in favor of ...

    Article : 150 words
  15. REDFERX.

    Mr. W. C. Coombcs, freetrade candidate, addressed a large meeting in the Redfern Town- hall on Monday evening. The chair was occupied hv Mr. G. W. Logan. A vote of confi- ...

    Article : 52 words
  16. WATERLOO.

    Alderman E. Banner, L.E.L. candidate, addressed a crowded meeting in the Waterloo Town-hull on Monday evening. Alderman Fur- liess presided. A vote of confidence, moved by ...

    Article : 49 words
  17. DR. ROSS AT MOLONG.

    MOLONG, Tuesday.€”Dr. Ross addressed a largely-attended mooting of electors last night. The Mayor presided. Tile candidate said he considered that Hie ...

    Article : 198 words
  18. GRAZIER'S MEAT EXPORT COMPANY.

    A general meeting of the shareholders of tho Graziers' Meat Export Company of Now South Wales was held last evening at tho Wool Exchange, Macquarie-plaee. Mr. G. Malr was ...

    Article : 1,417 words
  19. TO-DAY'S SALES.

    Mr. James N. Brunker and Messrs. Goidsbrough, Mort, and Co. will resume their sales at the warehouse of the lastnumed firm, at Circular Quay. The New Zealand Loan nnu ...

    Article : 125 words
  20. PETERSHAM.

    Mr. B. Short addressed a meeting of electors on Monday night in the Athenaeum hall, Dul- wich-hill, Mr. R. Fletcher, J.P., presiding. On the motion of Mr. Matthews, seconded by Mr. ...

    Article : 135 words
  21. MR. E. M. CLARK AT ST. LEONARDS.

    Mr. E. M. Clark addressed a largo meeting of electors at the Centennlal-hall, Walker- street, on Monday evening. Mr. Elliott occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 403 words
  22. AMUSEMENTS.

    It is by the performance of such works as tehcien David's "Desert" that tlie Sydney JJedertufel asserts itself, and claims not only recognition, but admiration at the hands of those who under ...

    Article : 779 words
  23. PROTECTIONIST COMMITTEE.

    The exoftiOve of the protectionist party held a meeting yewterdny. when a few more candidates were selected. The committee hope to be In a position to publish a final list at the ...

    Article : 83 words
  24. MR. N. T. COLLINS AT ULMARRA.

    ULMARRA, Tuesday.€”Mr. N. T. Collins, local optionlst, nldressed the electors here last night. He declared himself a straight-out protectionist. Federation must come, and no- ...

    Article : 163 words
  25. WARRTNGATT.

    Mr. .T., T. Leplicrd addressed a meeting on Monday night in the Oddfellows'-hall, Manly. Mr. J. J, Davis occupied the chair. A vote of confidence was carried on the motion of Mr. Franklin, seconded by Mr. M. George. ...

    Article : 39 words
  26. SOUTH BALMAIN FREETRADE LEAGUE.

    iho committee of the recently formed South Ralinain Freetrade League met on Monday evening. The following resolution, which will he submitted to the next meeting of the ...

    Article : 114 words
  27. THE LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE.

    The executive committee of the Local Option Loaguo yesterday considered the claims of candidates for the several electorates. It was agreed to nrcnave a list, and nublish it in a ...

    Article : 125 words
  28. MR. J. C. ELLS, M.L.C., AT WEST NEWCASTLE.

    NEWCASTLE Tuesday.€”Mr. J. C. Ellis, M.L.C., addressed the electors of Newcastle West last evening, Mr. D. M'MIchncI In the ; chair. Mr. Ellb supported freetrade and a ...

    Article : 147 words
  29. PHILLIP DIVISION.

    Air. c. i. Jtenshaw addressed the electors last night from the balcony of Thompson's Hotel, George-street. Mr. J. Henderson Cobb In the choir. Mr. Uenshaw answered a number ...

    Article : 40 words
  30. RAILWAY EMPLOYEES AND THEIR PASSES.

    A correspondent asks how the clauses In the Electoral Act with regard to the use of cabs and other vehicles in connection with elections will affect employees on the railways ...

    Article : 119 words
  31. SHERBROOKE.

    Dr. Rnndle, one of tho protectionist candidates for Sherbrooke, decided on Monday evening to retire from the field. This leave in two protectionists, five freetraders, and one labor candidate. ...

    Article : 31 words
  32. ALDERMAN DILLON AT PADDINGTON.

    Alderman James Dillon delivered Ills inaugural address to the electors of Paddlngton from a window of Conlon's Glenmoro Hotel, Glenmore-road. on Monday evening. Mr, G. ...

    Article : 390 words
  33. PARR Af ATTA

    Mr. John Thorpe, one of the protectionist candidates for Parramatta, announced his retirement from the contest on Monday evening. This leaves in one protectionist and four freetraders. ...

    Article : 32 words
  34. GRANVILLE.

    Strong pressure Is being brought to bear, by both protectionists and freetraders, to induce Mr. Alban Gee (ex-Mayor of Granville) to stand. Mr. Gee is a protectionist. ...

    Article : 28 words
  35. MR. J. GILBERT AT WICKIIAM.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.€”Mr. J. Gilbert, protectionist, addressed the electors of Wick- ham last evening. Ho held that the country did not want Tabid protection, and if elected ...

    Article : 70 words
  36. MEETINGS OF CANDIDATES.

    MR. HALLOItAN AT PETERSHAM. Mr. E. Roland l-Ialloran delivered his first address to the electors of Petersham in tho local Town-hall on Monday night. Tho Mayor ...

    Article : 604 words
  37. LANG DIVISION.

    Mr. John Butler, a freetrade candidate, addressed a meeting at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, corner of Erskine and Clureuce streets, last, night, and was accorded a unanimous vote of confidence. ...

    Article : 33 words
  38. STOPPAGE OF THE LITHGOW IKONWORKS.

    Sir,€”As it seems probable that an attempt may be made to manufacture political capital out of the recent stoppage of the unfortunate old rolling mills at EsUbank, 1 ask you to kind- ...

    Article : 762 words
  39. MR. J. L. FEGAN AT WICKHAM.

    NEWCASTLE. Tuesday.€”Mr. J. L. Regan, freetrade and labor candidate for Wickham, addressed a mooting last night. He gave an tcnnmif nf nnlitienl Btownrdshiti. and ox- ...

    Article : 94 words
  40. LEICIIHARDT.

    Mr. E. Darnley, freetrade candidate, addressed a meeting of electors last night in the Leiohhardt Town-hall. The Mayor (Alderman B. K. Moore) presided, and there was a large ; ...

    Article : 159 words
  41. 5IK. GORHICK AT MEREWRTHRR.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.€”Mr. Gorrick, free- trade candidate for Kuhibah, spoke at Mere- wether lust night. He defended freetrade. und pointed to the effects of protection in ...

    Article : 71 words
  42. ANNANDALE.

    Mr. w. IT. Mtthoncy addressed a large meeting in tho Glebe Town-hall on Monday evening. On. the motion of Mr. T. F. Moss, seconded by Mr. C. Wilson, tho candidate was ...

    Article : 45 words
  43. MR. A. EDDEN AT ADAMSTOWN.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.Mr. A. Edden, labor candidate for Kuhibah, spoke at Adams- town last night, tho Mayor of Adamstown in the chair. lie favored intercolonial freetrade ...

    Article : 78 words
  44. COUNTRY ELECTORATES.

    Tucsuay. ilenry uopcinnu (Minister for Lands) addressed a large meeting of electors at the Town-hall last night, the chair being taken by the Mayor. ...

    Article : 678 words
  45. MR. R. IIOLLIS AT ERSKINEVILLE.

    Mr. R. Hollis, the selected labor candidate, addressed the electors at tho Ersklnevillo Council-chambers on Monday night. Mr. W. white, nresident of the league (local branch), ...

    Article : 289 words
  46. BRUTAL ASSAULT ON A WOMAN.

    At an early hour yesterday morning a young woman named Florence Radford, who lives at Goodman's-terrace, Surry-hllls, was assaulted by four men. Tho men, it seems, went to her ...

    Article : 112 words
  47. MR. F. PINKSTONE AT GUNDAGAI.

    GUNDAGAI, Tuesday.Mr. Fred Plnkstone, freetrade and land reform candidate, lius addressed large gatherings of electors here and at South Gundagal. He strongly advocated ...

    Article : 83 words
  48. MR. CHARLES STILES AT PAMBULA.

    I'AMBULA, Tuesday.€”Mr. Charles Stiles addressed tho electors here last night. He favored freetrade, local option with compensation only tc bona-fide owners of houses with good ...

    Article : 70 words
  49. MILITARY AND DEFENCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 70 words
  50. MESSRS. HAYES AND DRUMMOND AT COROWA. |

    COROWA, Tuesday.€”Messrs, James Hayes and Douglas Drummond, two candidates for The Murray, address a meeting hero. this evening. ...

    Article : 87 words
  51. GENERAL MEETINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 267 words
  52. MR. N. ITAWKEN AT DARLINGTON.

    Mr. N. Ilawken addressed tho electors of Darlington on Monday evening in Hudson's- hall? Regent-street, There was a good attendance, and tho chair was occupied by Mr. ...

    Article : 485 words
  53. ALDERMAN CHAPMAN'S CANDIDATURE.

    Alderman Henry Chapman addressed a large -meeting of tho electors of FItzroy, assembled at Keary's Hotel, William-street, Woolloomoo- loo. on Monday night. Mr. Chapman announ- ...

    Article : 449 words
  54. MR. II. W. NEWMAN AT ORANGE.

    ORANGE, Tuesday.€”Mr. II. W. Newman, freetrado and labor candidate, addressed the electors here to-night, Mr. R. Warren, president of the ocal Freetrade Association, in tho ...

    Article : 182 words
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