Yesterday, the nomination for the Patrick's Plains Electorate, took place, at the court-house, Singleton. There was a very large attendance of electors and the proceedings were animated throughou[?]. ...Article : 332 words
The foot race between Aplitt and Callaghan at. Botany was won by Aplitt easily. Messrs. Kidd and Garrett were elected for Camden. ...Article : 1,342 words
On Saturday last the long talked of meeting between the above p[?]de. took place, and resulted in a victory for the Parkes representative. As it was found impossible at the last moment to obtain the ...Article : 476 words
Mr. Jacob, one of the candidates for Gloucester, addressed a large number of electors on Friday eve[?]ing at Kay's Hotel. The weather was equally, which prevented many from attending. At the ...Article : 576 words
Stations.—We are glad to notice an improved enquiry, particularly for runs in the back country, lightly stocked, and thus capable of development. With the increased capital for investment in the ...Article : 354 words
Nov. 19—James [?]lexander Thompson, of Weston-street, labourer. Mr. Humphrey, official assignee. NEW INSOLVENT. Nov. 19—George Organ, bootmaker, of Ulladulls. ...Article : 37 words
Wool.—We submitted a catalogue of 3,000 bales for Wednesday's sale. There was a firm demand, and t[?]e principal lots were quitted at full values. Greasy brought up to 14[?]d, washed fleece 212/4, and ...Article : 5,446 words
MAITLAND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.—That period of the year is approaching when the time honored custom of remembering the poor of the land in the midst of festivities and holidays is observed, and our ...Article : 1,086 words
The polling for Newtown resulted as follows: Mr. S. C. Brown.............................. 1545 W. J. Foster........................... 1281 John Young............................ 844 ...Article : 34 words
The result of the polling for the West Sydney election was as follows: Mr. Angus Cameron................. 3070 Daniel O'Connor................ 2687 ...Article : 81 words
Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin report: Our catalogue to-day numbered 2300 bales of wool. The tone of the market was rather easier for good wool. Our sales were about 1400 bales. Fleece to 19d; ...Article : 48 words
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