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  2. The Labour Electoral League Platform.

    To the Editor. Sir,—The success of the Labour party in securing the return of so many candidates to Parliament at the recent elections, has forcibly drawn the attention of the electors throughout the ...

    Article : 1,366 words
  3. Electioneering Humours.

    Four unemployed men got into town on Friday last, and having been filled up with fighting rum, took to the "stump," and delivered incoherent barrangues to a large number of people in front of ...

    Article : 252 words
  4. Unfair Treatment.

    Some people want to know why we published the nomination proceedings in a special issue of the GAZETTE last Tuesday week, the day preceding polling-day. Perhaps, in order to prevent ...

    Article : 203 words
  5. Platform of the Labour Electoral League

    Abolition of plural voting. Free, compulsory, and technical education, higher as well as elementary, to be extended to all alike. ...

    Article : 374 words
  6. The Steamer Hawkesbury.

    The old steamer, Hawkesbury, which was burned some time ago, and the hull of which was purchased by Mr. John Bennett and others, has been raised, repaired, and put into apple-pie order ...

    Article : 84 words
  7. A Bad Road.

    To the Editor. DEAR SIR,—Allow me through your valuable paper to call attention to the state of the roadway known as the Crooked lane, leading off Kurrajong road a little way past Enfield. ...

    Article : 82 words
  8. Shipment of Red Polled Cattle.

    A valuable shipment of red polled cattle arrived in Sydney by the s.s. Durham on Friday. This is the finest collection of red poll cattle that has left England. They were selected by Mr. George ...

    Article : 284 words
  9. Hawkesbury Agricultural College.

    For the encouragement of students of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, Mr. Sydney Burdekin, M.P., has intimated his intention of presenting gold medals to the ...

    Article : 172 words
  10. Wanted—A Bridge!

    The farce of having such a miserable apology for a bridge as that which spans the Hawkesbury at Windsor becomes more and more apparent every time we are visited by a flood. Long before the ...

    Article : 253 words
  11. The Hawkesbury Election.

    On Saturday morning last, the official declaration of the poll for the Hawkesbury Was made, when Mr. J. B. Johnston, J.P., Returning-Officer, announced that Mr. Bowman had been returned ...

    Article : 705 words
  12. Football.

    We have arrived at the deliberate conclusion that football playing ain't all " skittles and beer," albeit, we have it on the authority of the poet, Gordon, that ...

    Article : 803 words



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