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  2. Windsor Borough Council.

    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 ...

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    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
  4. Letters to the Editor.

    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
  5. Richmond Borough Council.

    Present: the Mayor, Aldermen Dunston, Crisford, J. Onus, Kelly, Mitchell, Stevenson, and Boughton. Alderman J. E. Onus was unanimously elected ...

    Article : 163 words
  6. The Hawkesbury Election.

    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 ...

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    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
  8. Mr. Josephson's History of Floods in the Hawkesbury River.

    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 ...

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