Present: Aldermen F. J. Mortley, Smith, Fitzpatrick, Marr, Ward and Dunstan. After the minutes were read, Alderman Marr moved, "That Alderman Mortley be Mayor for the current ...Article : 291 words
A very ugly rumour has been going the rounds, to the effect that a letter was received by a prominent Protectionist, addressed to Mr. Bowman, the contents of which, if disclosed, would turn ...Article : 544 words
Sir,—Mr. Melville has been hard at work for many years trying to induce the people to tax themselves heavily, so as to increase the profits of a few and shelter the ...Article : 397 words
Present: the Mayor, Aldermen Dunston, Crisford, J. Onus, Kelly, Mitchell, Stevenson, and Boughton. Alderman J. E. Onus was unanimously elected ...Article : 163 words
On Tuesday evening at Mr. J. F. Cobcroft's. Hotel, Mr. T. Rose the Protectionist candidate for the Hawkesbury, addressed a meeting of about 150 persons, the meeting was very orderly. All ...Article : 682 words
That the Hawkesbury election is creating a deal of interest, and to-night Windsor will be the scene of great excitement. That the man who was going to beat an ...Article : 609 words
SIR,—On several occasions the Windsor rainfall results, which appear in this publication, have been quoted by writers in the local newspapers, and only just recently by ...Article : 378 words
NEW PARISH ROAD.—The plan of a proposed parish road from the Richmond and Penrith road to Ashton Falls, on the Grose River, is on view at the Court House, at Richmond, where it may be ...Article : 874 words
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