MR. T. H. BR[?]WNE held a meeting at the Gunnedah School of Arts, on Saturday, October 30th, for the purpose of explaining his political views to the electors. The building was crowded, ...Article : 2,455 words
Mr. John Brown, of Ellerslie, Jerry's Plains, addressed a meeting of electors at the Oddfellows' Hall, on Thursday evening. About 150 persons were prese[?]. The proceedings throughout were extremely ...Article : 2,264 words
On Wednesday evening a meeting of the electors of the Upper Hunter was addressed in the School of Arts, Muswellbrook, by Mr. John M'Laughlin, one of the candidates seeking the representation of that ...Article : 4,999 words
Last evening Mr. Nowlan addressed the electors in the Schoo[?] of Arts. The attendance numbered over 100. As his politica[?] views, in addresses delivered by him, have already been published, and his address of last evening being ou[?]stantially a ...Article : 106 words
On Wednesday evening, Mr. Burns addressed the electors at Cessnock. He was met some two or three miles outside the township by a cavalcade of [?]nthusiastic friends, who escorted him in, amid much cheering. The meeting was inconveniently ...Article : 180 words
Mr. Charles Readett addressed the electors of Gloucester on Wednesday, at Kay's Australian Inn. Notwithstanding the short notice, there was a very great number of electors present. Dr. Smith being voted to the chair, briefly introduced the ...Article : 445 words
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