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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

TO CORRESPONDE.VTS. Otwing to the length of the election report er are comptlltd to leave out several communications, some country nerts, and adrtrtisements, as well as materially to abridge our 8ydney summarU. TO SUITSCRIDEl S. In order to tare postages nee Intend to adopt a plan whitch is alreadl pursued b serertal other papers and acknowledge mtl receipt of remittances in this column instead of by letter. D 7l of the Week. n Hun risen Sun set. AMon's WEDI'NR DAY ..........Dec. 7 4 47 [ 657 7 TIIUR)Y ............ , i8 4 47 0 68 8 PIIDAY............. ..I.. i1 447 059 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1801.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

Australian Joint Stock Bank. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. IIENRY 1. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. 1605 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ESTABLISoED 1817. CAPITAL, £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANCH. TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol lowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. , 6 , 4 ,, ,,.12 ,, 5 Bills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all the branches of the Royal Bank of Scotland and the National Bank of Ireland. Also, on all the branches of the bank in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and on the agents of the Bank in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburn, Ist August, 1864. 1533 Wanted to be Known, THAT M. DE BARIR'S SALE of TOBACCO now exceeds TWELVE IIUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTH, and can now sell ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ELECTION.—THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

LOCAL AN.) PRO VINCIAL. GOULBURN ELECTION.-THE NOMIINA TION. 'PTE nomination of a member to serve in the Logis tive Assembly for the electoral district of Gonlburn, took place at noon yesterday, at the court-house in this city. The returning oflicer, WVilliam Conolly, Esq., presided. The mooting was numcrously attended, there being probably some three hundred persons present. On opening the proceedings, the returning officr read the writ directed to him by the Governor, directing the election to be hold. IHo expressed a hope that they would follow the course the electors of Goulburn had tile reputation of holding, and that good order would bhe preserved. He relied on their assistance in keeping order, as no ondeavours of his own could otherwiso he osuccessful. He re quesCted that the candidates and their proposers and seconders would take their places on the platform, and that no one who was not a candidate, or who did not intend to nominate a candidate, would remain. Mr. Sibley, wh...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

2ELEGRAPIHIC INTELLIGENCE [FRO OURn COnRESroNDENTS.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Mn. S. C. Bnow· has been returned for Nowtown without opposition. The Supreme Court has sustained the conviction of Cohen for porjury. We have later news from Auckland, Now Zealand. The antagonism between the Governor and the ministry continues, and it is intended to send peti tions to the home government praying for his recall. The Maori prophet movement is spreading. BRISBANE, Tuesday evening. THE inquest on the late firo has failed to elicit its causeo. hMELBOURNE, Tuesday evening. ANTHERn cargo of Chilian flour has arrived, causing a further decline in prices.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

A COOK: also, a IIOUSEMAID and LAUN DRESS. Apply to hlMn. THORN. 30l8? Brisahno Grove. Wanted, A HOUSEMAID. Apply at the Bank of New South Wales. 3093 Wanted Immediately, A QUANTITY of good RYE STRAW. Apply T. W. JACOB; 2020 Saddler, Auburn-street. Wanted, B'RICKLAYERS for the Gibraltar Tunnel (just .. commenced) on the Grent Southern line ex tension from Pieton to Goulhurn. The highest wages will be given. Apply at once to Mn. MAY, N Ontti. 2014 Wanted, SY a gentleman lately engaged on the Metro politan Press and whoae present engagemont will shortly terminate, a SITUATION as rE PORTER or SUB-EDITOR on a provineial paper. Good references given. Apply at an early date. to B. A. A., Herald office, Goulburn. :109 Wanted, A SITUATION as CLERK or assistant in an office or general store. . Apply, .. Commercial HIotel, Goulharn. 3075 Tutor. A GENTLEMAN of good education is open to an ENGAGEMENT as TUTOR to a private family. Apply, stating terms, to A. Z., Post-ollice, Goulburn. 3070 Shear...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

SYDNEY SU?tAR~Y~ Ntaxtat aftcrnoon. Tarr. libel cano, Dalgleish v. Messrs. Fairfax and Sons, proprietors of the Sydney Morning Herald, wans brought to a conclusion on Thursday, at the central police-oflico, the presiding magistrato, Mr. Ilirrell, dismissing the case without calling on Mr. Johnson to speak for the defence. The caso prosonted no very particular features of interest except to the parties concerned; yet it was reported question and answer verbatim in the Herald, occupying many columnns. Seeing that the proprietors were parties to the case and that they hlave given it greater prom inence than any trial that has over taken place in the colony, I can't congratulate them on their good taste. We have had libel cases beforo-cases which actually cameo to trial and which nearly ruined one or two newspapers; and we have had cases in which men have been tried for their lives and executed. Not so very long since we had the state trials, sa they wore called, of the Burrangong riote...

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THE KANDYDAITS HAND THE PERLEESE. To the Heditor hof the Goulburn 'Errald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

TI? ItANBDYDAITS HIAND TLtE 1rERt1ESE. To the Ilditor hoj e)the Gothoe'Errhtd. on,-ltitva peroosedPyour paper, haond the opeeohes oot onero spoke, IMaout this hero hlexsehon, hndm my 'art is nearly brokeo, When I eeo tihe arus itndidotes determined not to cocee toll for to rolu Inhat halld abuse ttleo New South Wales perlerso They my we hnro a usoless fore, heos weo oleeone hour hboots, Iand polish hup them buttons wich hoddorns hour 'ndeomo seats ; had theoy pitch hioto the 'osses with tle troopers hall be stride, Ianod say we knn't nh bushrngogo , heot weno knnnot ride. tut that itch stabs me to the 'art with most siwerrti?eo ,ts their stating that the parsoos his better traps nor we ot Ilond when they say such things hof ho--huonfeellng haond sewere- Tho public hroluo klnps their 'nods, and roars hout "sore I core I I" Forgettleng till tie 'urdshlps wlich nw 'av to undergo, A-dodging hof the bushrangero when stormy winds do bin I It's nall right four a elergynlan to muico them nc...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

COG?U MJ1ut CIA L. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. Wn.thT AlnD FLOUe.-At Conollv'e Mill:-Fino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £0 16s. per ton, is. Sd. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emanuel's Mill ;:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; aeconds, £27 ; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. oxtra. Wheat, best samples, 10s. per buhol. Bran, £4 per ton wholeanle, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 16s. per ton wholesale, 1s. 8d. per bushel reotil. Sou?la Poonraue .IutterT. - Ilessrs. Durham and Irwin report :-Wool.--Tho sales of this weok opened with 601 bales on the catalogue, of which about one-third was disposed of at easier rates than have hitherto ruled for some time.-Sheepskins were in good supply at full rates. Tallow.-Our catalogue of this week comprised 75 casks, all of which were disposed of at full rates. Prices ruled from 278. 3d. to 328. per cwt. Ilides.-Thero is a good demand fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

Election foi, Argyle. M R. E?.MAIUL will nddress the electors of I.LLAryleo at Marulan on Thursday, at 10 a.m. qrud at Bungonia the same day, at 6 p.m. 3103 alIXs b11 ;urtion Preliminary Notice. THE BOIS CHER ESTATE, 1Within two miles of Goulburn. FINLAY AND CO. IIave received iustructions to sell by auction, At their Rooms, AT AN NAILTY DAT'E, 'THoE MAGNIIFICENT ESTATE Within Two Miles of the City, subdivided into properties of fromm 400 to 100 sores, with frontago to the Mulwarree. Full particularo will appear whec survey is com pletod. Atll~raliau Auction uart, 00308 Preliminary Notice. FARMS AT MUTIMMELL. P. DIGNAV[M AND CO. Ilavo received instructions to sell by public nuctionb At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN EARLY DATE, r11EllE UNSOLD LOTS Or' 1 the IVI TIVIIiE LL ESTATE, particulars of which will shortly he given. 944 Friday, 9th December. 30 HEAD CHOICE STORE CATTLE. PRIME FAT COWS. P. DIGNAM? AND CO. IIae received instructions to cell by public auction, At the Victoria...

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY—DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 December 1864

POLICE COURT. SATURDAY--DECEMBER 3. BEFORE the police-magistrate. James Freeney, charged with disorderly conduct, was discharged. MONDAY-DECEMBER 5. Before the police-magistrate and W. Conolly, Esq., J.P. Warren Kerr, brought up for disorderly.conduct, was discharged. Thomas Jones, apprehended by the Campbelltown police, was brought up, charged with absenting him self from the hired service of William Kennedy, of Towrang. Defendant pleaded guilty, saying that he was under the influence of drink or he should not have gone away. Complainant's overseer not press ing the case, and defendant expressing his willing ness to return to his employ, tbe defendant was dis- charged. Samuel Barber was brought up on remand charged with horse-stealing, and was further remanded till Monday next. Edward Payton, for not registering the birth of a child within duo time, was fined is., with costs of court and expenses of a witness. Before the police-magistrate and Messrs. J. * Chisholm and 11. A. Turner...

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LAURENCE STERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

LAURENCE STERNE. A LIFE Of Sterno, in two vols., from the pen of Porcy Fitzgerald, has recently been issued by Messrs. Chapman emd Hall, London. The .work is this noticed by the Athenroum of 2nd April. In tile last century, when Sterne lived, loved, laughed, and sat for a false portrait of himself for lpostority, there was a sort of rage in France for the adaptation of the E]nglish driinas to the French stage. There was, however, therewith a strong objection to the English fashion of killing hero or heroine, by bowl, dagger, thunderbolt, or bolster, at the close of the play.': When managers ventured to follow the original in this respect, French ladies fainted,. French gentlemen swooned, the pit' howled, and dwellers in paradis hissed. For the sake of French ladies, those catastirophes were changed, tragedies ending; if niotmerrily, at least with murder only in words.. .Yot the dear creatures who shrieked :at thle mimic slaying of a theatrical lover could sitht the open windows on t...

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FARM-YARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

FhARI-YARD MANURE. (PFrom the Age.) AT the meoting of tho 3nllarat Agricultural Society, hold on the .lth instant, Mr. James MlcIntosh made the following statement with reference to the bonoefits to be dorived from the propor mode of collecting and ap plying farm-yard manures: . M[r. Psoesident and Gentlomoen,-In rising to rodeoem a pledge given by me at last meeting of committoee, that I should, at this moeeting, mako a few remarks on what I consider to be a good and judicious mode of collcctiiig and economising farm-yard manuro, and applying the same to the farm, aind giviig.'tlia. results thlrceof, I wislh, in the first place, to ~bodistinctly understood that I do' not mean to insinuate that I possoss more iiractical or theoretical Inowledgo in any branch of husbandryj than :iny gentleman hero'pre'oent. 'On the contrary, I bolieve thore are many gentlemen now in this room whoso general experieonce of farmbiing is far in advando:of mine, atind if tlhey were to com municato their o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

Wanted, Y a gentleman lately engaged on 1 l Metro. polita P'ress and whose preosenlt engagement will ahorlly terminate, a SITUATION aa RE P'ORIITERI or SUB-EDTI'OR oln a provinoial paper. Good referencea given. Apply at an early date, to R. A. A., Iorald oflioe, Goulburn. 1069 Wanted, A COOK; also, a IIOUSEIMAID oand LAUN DRI)ESS. Apply to Mles. THIORN, 308? I BriLsbano Grove. Wanted Immediately, A QUA'NTITY of good RYi S'rTIAW. Apply to TI'. W. JACOB, 2020 Sddldlor, Auburu-atreet. Wanted, StICKIlAYEIIS fr the Gibraltsr Tunnel (Jout )coommetlled) o0 tohe Great Soutoher, liel ex. teolllalon from Piciol to Gouulburt. 'L'hse llhlghest wnage will be givet, Apply at ol5c0 to M5t. MAY, Nalltal. 2014 Tutor, A OEN'TI',lJAN of --nsl ualltion Ia op Is t, A. (noAI.I?I' i '' ,UT.III, to u prl v;a A ul'ly, A ply, s*atistlg Itlrm , to A- Z., 1'u ,.t*llees Ooulbtru, IoUU

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

GOULtl4llm WIlOLEBhALI PRIOED 6U1RR5B1T. WhIa, 10a. huhollo. klo4t44, Ilue, £25 6' ton; ondr. £. £. Pollred, 19. 5d. '5 lu~?el; oS es. by th. hll ton. i4,lra, Ia. 4d.2b held; or]s. by the hlto]. - . llrcud, 74. 4 2-15. loola. i Jnize4, 3s. Ud. to 44. 6d. per buehal. narle. :lglid , Ja. 64. tlo I.. 5 buahels?borce, Ca? o,-] Ooal, 24. Od. hto 2. d. bu5 ushel. 4ra, ,3 to£5 £4 tor. 1u4t54, freuh, . 5 h,; ?alt, 4 .. C/losxr. 44.5 4 It., . " ?- J ahcoo d. 24b. 'h. £25g4, 5d. 6 74.25 defe." ' I4'uc44r.e, 2u. md, to s. 1 uao Otlon! 1 5 oW., ? a4/4ce loL aL'u444, 5rhl4, £4 to £5; meb.ti , £$ to 5 D .{,. 5 Shirs, 10a. to 441. 55 head. ... ....t..457 1'444e, 24.64444,25t. ~ . urcj (ruhSI), 24. to 4d. 8th., 154l44o44 (r4t4l4) 4,d. ". lb. Tl4low, brc, £25 to .25" ton; mutton, £28. 144443, 64. 54 6s . Od uh. Sheepkhins, Od.; washod 7d. 5 Sb. C44rr-445 5 ton--lydouy to otaihuro, £4 IO,:to £, ;GoolS burn to Sydnery, £3; ouuburn to Lahmbiag 6l*t;' £4 (4ulbhrn to 4Adloul' ,b to it; (}oulbura to Tumut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

M. McMAHON, 410, George-street, next City Bank, I-MPORTER of every description of Brushware, Combs, Perfnmery, and general Fancy Mer chanidise, Cricketing Goods, Archery and various English Games, Portmanteaus, Valises and Tiravel ling-bags, Dressing-cases, Writing-dceskls, and Work boxes, and a varicty of clhoice fancy articles suitable for presentation, wholesale and retail. Country orders carefully executed, and forwarded with despatch. 192[6 DENISON Rtousa, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Condutctd by Francis Giles. TilME LARGEST AND BEST-SELECTED .[ STOCK in the colonies of ' FAMILY AND IIOUSEHIOLD DRAPERY SILKS AND SHAWLS, IHOSIERY AND HABERDASIIERY FAMILY MOURNING, MILLINERY AND MANTLES SCOTCH AND MANCHESTER GOODS, SSLOPS, WOOLLENS, &c. Country orders carefully and expediliously ex couted. 1809 'TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Rhyanna, TOM O' LINCOLN. "E is a jet blaclk, sltands IS ??I ands high, most docile in temper, with great muscular power efiond ~one, and staunch in collar. Ter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

- Wanted, A SITUATION as CLEIIRK or assistant in an ofello or general stoie. Apply, WV., Commercial IIHotol, Goulburn. 3075 Shearing AT LAGGAN ON THURSDAY NEXT. Wanted, TWO GOOD1) SIIEP'IIERDS. J. MARSDEN. December 2nd, 1864. 3062 One Pound Reward. SlTOLEN or Strayed from North Flat, on 4th of lA December, One CIIESNUT HIORSE, blazo down face, pulled tlail, branded .W on near shoulder; hobbled when lost. One Pound reward if stolen on conviotion of the thief; and Ten Shillings if strayed, on delivery, to the undersigned. ROBERT WEIR, North Flat, near Coven Crook. December 8, 1864. 3120 Five Pounds Reward. LOST, supposed to be stolen, from Mlr. Chisholm's station, Koenu, niear Burrowa One BAY IIORSE, a small star and saddle-mark, branded GPI' o'ff shoulder and rump. Whoever will bring the same to JOHN JONES, KCnu, or to TIIOMIAS PAINTER, Green Gully, near Goulburn, will receive one pound; or flevo pounds on conviction of the thief. 3106 Twenty Pounds Reward. I JIEREBY offer the above ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ELECTION.—THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

LOCAIL .IYJ) PROVINCIAL. GOULBURJN ELEOTION.--THE POLL. 'llli: polling for tlheo election of meniboi"?or thel eleotoral district of Goulbuorn took placoonWcedl. nresday. Thelore were two polling-places, the one prcesided over by the rotring-ollicor, Mr. 'V. Conolly, and the othler by iIr. JIsnac Foxr. Goul burn being one of the places at which, the Electoral Act directs the poll to commence.nt eight o'clock, the voting commoncod an hour earlier than is the case at most elections. M1uch aetivity wacs evinced by the friends of Mr. Alexander and Mlr. Dignam, nod vehicles were con stantly plying about the city. The interest taken in the result was very great, and soveral electors tra volled a considerable distalnce to record their votes, some ovoncoming upw?,ards of sixty miles. 'As the voters came in it was fbr someo time thought that the noumbers for each canditlato wero pretty evenly b?lanced; but as the day woro on it nw·a ganorally considefied that Mr. Alexander's election was cer ...

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MEMBERS RETURNED FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

3MMMlII2t IETW OIF IYnlTIll LEQISA.'TIVE AIRSEM1ThY. ?o. of 1lectorate, aet ber, fembers roturned. CaiterbUry . .. 22fr Oatley, gr. LUeoa e Cecctrlnl Oumcberland... 2 Mlr. lily, Mir. MpIcereoc Thie ilel? . 1 r.r I ucccrt (oulbirll ,. -" 1 Mnr 1. Afecaccder 'lce l[lbwkerbury .. 2 Mr. 'lddlncto", Mr., uneen 'I'le hluctr . 1 MIr. ncle Thue Lower runter ,,. I Mlr Wliesom N;eelowe ,,, ,1, M >Jr. 8 (2, hifrwe t'cdclnclto n ... ...I ir 8ctheeltnd Ihcrreientttt ...... 2 M?r, hhyrlleIt Mrt. Feareell - trt IeoorteL'I ... 1 , Ir, W. Tuelu Ifeat lldcclly ... . hlol. Crlcne ICower, Mlr. ('Jldeell, Mr J. IIi. Mccc e,|r. (hell Wifet Jychce.y ...... 4 Mir. I, i~bl.u4ei l lc, (~Jr. , i Jcc.r. 8,, A. JUeecl, }Jr. 1,1, Ile)reallI WIhlheI.?eI?,, 1 Mtr. Icnebhc utWe;r ...., I r, Walker.

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REPRESENTATION OF ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

R R EPRESENTATION OF ARGYLE.. AT four o'clock p.m. yesterdtiy Mr. Eannuol inet a number of the electors of Argyle, in the hall of .tlho mechanics' institute, Goulburn, for tho.purpose of: dxpilalinning'his viuws on the principal' political questions at present engaging publio attontiori. Betweon sixty and seventy prsons woreo present. . 'On'the motioh .of'Mr;: 'Pombrooko, scoltded'by Sir. Clarlke,; MIr. Ga'nrih ws called to the bli,?ir The"Chairtfan in openiing the procteuliiigs said, in his opinionit would, have been-better that- tho chair ,nshould be bccpied by ait 'oeItor for the county, but as they had done him the honor to place him in the chair he would at once address himself to tho busioness of. the meeting. (Hear.) -:It was usial on occasions such as that to ask for a fair and iipartil hEdiiing for the gentleman who wis' about to address the mooeeting; but that was never noeeded in Gpulburn,whereo.theuyalways..gavo fair play, to, uvery pohlarr, no matter whether they agroee...

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CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

CANDIDATES Fll TIIE LEBGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. N'o. of Ellectorate. momrdr. Candilates. Arylo ... 1 Mr. tmulon*' Mfr. r. Waoe, Ir. D. .-Ill yner, M.r. P. Dirnam lraneeld ... "i r. Josph l'h elp s l]nehuret .. ... r. 1 r.J .en.p, r. inl Rolton* The 1logan ... 1 Mlr. Lord, air. J. . Muurdlae lJpidrood nt ... 1IMr. J. r. Joerphoson, Mr. Imichesl O'lilire Cmdc u ... M "r. Iorrle ,n Mr. II. Iladgery, Ir. ... A. Morr is,* Mr. Sr?reri, Mr. ii. ... ... Ii. llob rts Cnreonr ' ... M... ebar. Stmpson 'heo Clarence ....... 1 Mr. I Bl Mr,. Petrs 5:dMn ... ... lie. Egp on Tho gwydlr .,, ..1 r. M1 lusiden, lr Single, Mr. T. r. Dorugar liarley ...1'r. A. Drown The Hotioge.,....... 1.Mr. 'olitt, . Mr. W. Thirlow, Mr. Doun, lion. J. Martio* Thllumoes ..' ".;.'1 Mr. Ashor, Mr. W. M. Miller, Mr. . .. ... . H. l Mate * Tho Upper Iiunter ... 1 Mr. Dlnger,'e Dr. Gordon, Mr.Jomes ' White Illolrerra ... .. Sir. . 3. SwnBltMrt r. P. Ii. Osorne Cio, . ... 1 Mr.'DOhllpsthnl, ]Mr. Ii. l'arkrs,* Enpinin Chnoro 'li e...

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