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Sydney News. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. MONDAY JUNE 2. (Before Mr. Justice Therry.) STAEBING WITH INTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

?iijtoq i$ta; CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. Monday June 2. (Before Mr. Justice Therry.) STAEBING WITH INTENT. Hugh Kennedy was charged with having on the 25th day of April last, at Jamberoo, stabbed oue Miohael Gallagher, with intent. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Blake. The Solicitor-General conducted the case for the Crown. From the evidence it appeared that the prisoner was the father in-law of Gallagher, the prosecutor: Gallagher's brother being also married to a daughter of prisoner. On the occasion referred to in the indictment, a sort of family quarrel took place, which re sulted, as alleged, in the infliction of the inj ury complained of, and i^in ciihoamiaiit. niTAif. nnrl nnmmit.tnl nf t.lip. nrisnnp.r. Michael Gallagher, swore on the 25th april, he had been at his father's threshing ; he got drunk, and quarrelled with his sister in-law, his brother's wife ; he went from his father's house towards his own home ; he lay down in a bush paddock on...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

: Friday. , ?' ? The Speaker took the chair at half-pest 3 o'clock. ? On the motion of Mr. Manning, .the seats of the new ministers, Mr. Donaldson, Mr. Darvall, Mr. Holt, arid Mr. Nichols, were declared vacant. ' . Mr. Macarthur then rose, and entered into some explanations, respecting his own acceptance of a seat in the Executhe Council, and subsequently of the nominal position of Colonial Treasurer He had taken office with the express understanding with his col leagues that he should be allowed to resign so soon as his place could be more satisfactorily filled, for he was aware he was little qualified for the duties of Finance Minister. But, though he had received.no emolument of.ofiice, and therefore was not called upon to vacate his seat, he was not one to shrink from the full amount of moral resjionsibility involved in the course he had taken, and he was prepared voluntarily to resign his seat'ih.to the hands of his* constituents that they might pass a verdict' on his conduct. ...

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LAST AUGUST IN THE BALTIC. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

LAST AUGUST IN THE BALTIC: (From Fra&p.r's Manazine.\ ['CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] Whether you realize the true meaning, the full horror, of what is going on before your eyes or not, under the glare that is thrown aronnd it, this is not the time and place to 'moralize the spectacle;' you have not to c on : sider now the evil aspect — though an. evil aspeeet truly it is: all this has been decided on, is- a question past and gone, a matter of fact accepted — well is- it if with justice and good hope on your side — but now it is the incidents of the modus oper.andi and its characteristics that you are 1 brought in contact with; what i*,,..not what might be and what is preferable — what is- felt and seen, not- what is ivished. So the first effective mark arid: token of mischief gives a sort of guarantee,.a substantial ness, to the vapour ing gasconade \ it seals the intent of the principals ;. it ends the suspense of spectators ;. it tells. at last how. things- ' And now a wreath...

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Original Poetry. RISE, SUPERIOR TO IT ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

dPrigttiul $jtftar. RISE, SUPERIOR TO IT ALL. The fairest scene? have vanished now ; My boyish hopes and drenma are past. And' shades nro gathering on my brow Of much too dtvrk, too sad, a. cast : Old friends are dying every day ; The number, left is very small ; - , But courage yet exists to say ', ?' ' Riso, superior to it nil ! ' - Tho girl I chcrish'd when a bojr, auu loona upon wiin conHtttai pnucj Is now another's hope and joy, Is now another's brido ; But, though my heart no more can know Love's dreary pl«asure,-.or: its thrallj 1 ? It still can utter, 'miast its woe, ' Rise, superior to it alM '' The world ib frowDing on my deeds, ' ( And all mankind are harsh and cold. , ? And projects- formed, and well-learnt creeds, Are cast aside because they 're old ; But, like a soul that has been great, ' ' And bursts forth greater at its fall, I '11 -whisper, as I fltnile at fate, ' Iliac, superior to it all I' Though traremsmyered— quite forgot— TIio thousand cares of such a lot 1 '...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

''. LE&ISL^TIVE:ASSEMBLY:--Vi;C^7 ! ? ? ; , ?'. J SATURDAY. . , ? : . '' ,;. The Speaker took the chair at twenty minutes past eleven o'clock, when there were present Messrs, Donaldson, Macarthur, Nichols, Parker, Arnold, Egah, Jamison, W. Macleay, Russell, Irving, Faucett, Holroyd, Holt, Garland, and Wilsbire. On the motion of Mr. Donaldson, the House. proceeded with the Speaker to Government House, to present to the GovernorGen eral the Address agreed to in reply to his Excellency's Speech. On their return at ten minutes to twelve, The Speaker took the chair and said— 1 have to report that the House went to Government House, and there delivered to the Governor-General their Address in reply to his Excellency's Open jug Speech, and that his Excellency was pleased to make thereto j.he following answer : — : ; ? ' MR. OPEAKER AND GENTLEMEN OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY— ' I thank you for the Address which you' have just presented. 'The expressions of loyalty and. affection for ...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

Friday, v . ' ? ? ' : Mr. Deas Thompson gave an explanation of his proceedings in connection with the late changes in the government of the colony. He entered minutely into all the circumstances connected with his retirement, and expressed a hope that, although not in office, he might be useful in that House in devising- and maturing measures for the public benefit, and assured the house that it would always be his desire to render his best assistance in re-organizing the departmental service of the colony. On the motion of Mr. Warren,*' the Standing Orders Committee was instructed to confer with the Standing Orders Committee of ine Assemujy in matters or joint interest. Mr. Campbell moved lor the production of the correspondence between the Colonial Government and the Judges respecting the appointment of the Executive Council. After some debate as to the power of the Council to order the production of the documents, a motion was made by Mr. Broadhurst that the debate be adjourned t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

rno BE LET, for a- term of years, the premises lately occu X pied by Matthews and Poiiltoh, situate in Crown-street, 'VYollougong. The proprietor deems i.t unnecessary to comment on their value for business purposes, as they are acknowledged to be the best in the town. . Possession may be had on or before the 1st July, 180G. .Apply to ' 733 ? ( ... ' K. HA.WORTH, Jttrms, , On the 27th ultimo, at Kiama, Mrs. C. Irving, of a son. On the 3rd instant, at Lake View, Illftwarru, Mrs. Danjamia . Marshall, of a son. Steam between Kiama and Sydney. ^^ mHE KIAMA STEAM NAVIGATION COM SmiE i- 1'ANY'S STEAMER KIAMA sails regularly twice ! sslggiis a week between KIAMA and SYDNEY, leaving - '' KIAMA every Monday and Thursday, at 1 p.m., nnd ' ' VICTORIA WBAKIf, ERSKLNE-STREET, SYDNEY, every Tuesday and Friday night, at 10 o'clock. FARES .— ', Cabin, 15s. Steerage, 10s. The KIAMA will call at WOLL0NG0NG for KIAMA every,', Saturday mproing ; and from KIAMA to WOLLOISGONQ every Monday. , - fares :-—...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

?' ?'? ':'; '?' ' ' ' ' -:' ''''' ' ' : Wednesday.. ' . ???' ' '' Considerable time was occupied^by a matter of privilege raised by Mr. Flood,' asto;the removal of papers of the late' Legislative Council from the custody of the Clerk, after they had ' been laid on the table and ordered to be printed pursuant to a vote of the House. ..Eventually the matter was referred for the report of the Standing Orders Committee. Mr. Jones moved the resolution in his name affirming the princi ple that the Finance Minister should be a member of the Assembly, which he supported by arguments derived fr.om the .expressed in tent of the Constitution Act and irora precedents of the British Parliament. : ,-..-?. ,. . ? : After a lew words from Mr. Donaldson, Mr, Darvall, and Mr. Manning, the motion was agreed to. : ' ? '- Mr; Holroyd moyed for the appointment of a Select Committee to consider the petition of Peter iiawlings, which ;was passed with out debate. . . ?;.??? The House adjourned at twenty-fiv...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. The market has been unusually dull during tho week, but no alteration has taken place in prices. The supply of colonial wheat has been larger than during any similar period for a long while, and prime samples have gone off at prices varying from Ss. Gd. to 9s. 3d. .Messrs. Barker and Co. report that the market continues to be very dull, transactions confined to purchasers for present use. Fine flour 251., second quality 231. per ton of 2000 lbs. Wheat 8s. to 9s. per bushel. Bran Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. per bushel. Mr. Breillat: the fkmr market this week has been exceedingly dull, and the demand for flour of a very limited nature. Prices still rule the same as last, quotations — fine flour 201., seconds 231., bran Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. A fair supply of colonial wheat lias come to market, and good samples are readily purchased at from Ss. to 8s. 6d. per bushel, Victoria Mills: The trade generally extremely dull this week, both as regards wheat anrl flour. Pric...

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

' ' . /..'.,'' '-': ;' '\i'.TuEsbiY.!':7 ??'V '^!'; . .'.'.'', T'.. '?,' After some preliminary .business, a raffier lengthy debate ensued on the motion for adjournment made, by Mr. Donaldson. The time asked for was variously objected 'to, but a stronger objection founded on principle was raised, because the ministers had not yet accepted office. The Motion was eventually withdrawn on the understanding that the honourable members would cause their commissions to be laid upon the table before Friday, and that the time required for the preparation of their measures would then be granted. Committees were appointed, in each case by ballot, to prepare Standing Orders in conference with the Legislative Council, and to conduct the Library arrangements. Mr. Holt then submitted his motion in favour of opening the proceedings of the House with prayer, which, after debate, was got rid of by the previous question by a - majority of 26 to. 9 votes... . .-.. ... ;.:,..;. . : . , .... ? ..,

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THE DRY DOCK AT COCKATOO. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

THE DRY DOCK AT COCKATOO. (From the Umpire, June 2 ) On Saturday last his Excellency the Governor-General, aecom- j panied by his'Private Secretary and Aide-de-camp, also by Cap tain Ward, R.E., Captain Hawkins, R.E., and other scientific gentlemen paid a visit to the Fitz Roy Dry Dock at Cockatoo, to ?witness .the process of bringing the caisson from the upper end of the dock where it had been constructed, and of lowering it into the sill,T— the preliminary step to eKcavating and blowing away the embankment at the embouchure, which will be forthwith pro ceeded with. Captain G. K. Mann, the Enginser-in-Cbief, and Mr. J. H. ThomaB, the resident Engineer received his Excellency a:irl narfcv on landing. The caisson havino- hfien brought down into its place, the water was admitted into it ; whereupon the powerful condensing engines were set to work for the first time. The operation was conducted by Mr. Broderick, the foreman of the mechanical engineers under whose direction this and oth...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. (From the Government Gazette, June 3.) James Fitzgerald Murray, Esq., oi Queanbeyan, has been sum moned as a member of the Legislative Council. In the insolvent estate of Allen Fleming, of Crookhaven, near Shoalliaven, farmer. A single meeting in the above estate will take place on 19th June, for the proof of dehts. In the insolvent estate of Matthews and Poulton, of Wollongong. A special meeting will be held on the 19th June, for the proof of debts. In the insolvent estate ot John Watson, or Jiiama, butcher, a single meeting will be held on 19th June, for the proof of debts. (From the Government Gazette, May 30.) His Excellency the Governor General, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to appoint, John Skottowe Parker,. Esq., Coroner, for the district of Sydney. .Fees Changeable on Deeds of Grant.— Notice is hereby given that the Fees on the preparation and recording of Deeds of Grant for Crown Lands hereafter sold, will in every case be re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

? . ''? ''' '' ' '' ? Wollongong. ?'?'.,..,' JOHNSON'S (late black swan) FAMILY HOTEL. J PARTIES patronizing the above Hotel are assured of finding - GOOD AND CLEAN BEDS, first-class Wines, Spirits, a and Beers ; attention, civility, and comfort, with moderate charges. LUNCHEON DAILY AT ONE. n KB —Good Saddle Horses for Hire. 452 P- Kiama Hotel. r( MR. J. MAXWELL, begs leave to announce to his friends and I the public, that he he has obtained a license for Mr. Car ; rjitheca' uew house, Kiama, as a Hotel, where he intends to pro- a 'ride accommodations of the best description for travellers and a .others who may patronise him. Every endeavour will be mode to, make it.one of the best houses in the district. Best Wines and Beers, always on hand. Good stabling provided. N.B. — Lunoheon on steamer and Court days. JOHN MAXWELL, ^ 590 Kiama. law. 'JITR. RQGERS, duly admitted an Attorney, Solicitor, and j JjJL Prooter, of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and for nearly three years pas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 9 June 1856

' ? Notice. MESSSRS. W. DEAN AND CO., Auctioneers, beg to notify ; that in consequence of removal to their new premises, THE HEW AUSTRALIAN AUCTION MART, in- Pitt and O'Conne] Streets, they have sublet tha TWO IRON STORES, Pitt-streel North, Near Circular Wharf, .to Mr. JACKSON (who has been for some years in their employ), where he purposes to act as a Com mission Agent in the Colonial and General Produce business ; ami they have every confidence iu his faithful and honourable at tention to all engagements, and that he will exert his best efforts for the interests of those who may intrust property to his care. Sydney, 2nd June, 1856. . THOMAS M.' JACKSON, in embracing the very favourable opportunity for commencing business presented ahove by his late employers, ? Messrs. W. Dean and Co., Auctioneers — in connection with ; their IRON STORES, Pitt-street North, near Circular Wharf, and the Colonial Produce generally ; takes leave to inti mate, that having had considerable praetictl e...

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SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. (Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 16 June 1856

SYDNEY PRICES CTJRREiVT. . ? ( Compiled 'from the Herdid and Empire.) Ales — English, per hhd : .. .. 8,10; 0; to 9 0 0, Bynss's, per dozen .. .. 0 1® 0 010 6 , Alsop's, ditto .. .. .. 0 10 0. . 0,10 6.; Arrowroot, per lb. „ ... . .. ... ,0 , 0. '.7;- , 0 .0,10 Ditto, Manilla .. .. .. 0 0 5 0 o 6 . . Bacon, per lb ? ? ? 0; 0,; '9. 0 0 ,10.. Bags, 3 bushel, per doz. ? ? ? 0.17 . 0 0.17._ 0_ . Gunnies heavy, per dozen ..0 7 6 0 8 0 Bark, per ton ? ' .. .. 11, 0 0. 11 . 0 0 Be'eifrak, per lb. ; . ' .. .. .. 0 0 8 0 0 0 Bluestoiie, ditto ] . . . . . 0 ' ' 0 , 6 . 0 0 7 Bread, per loaf of 2.1b. .. ' .. 0 0 6 0 0 7 ? Bricks,' English, per 1000 1 .. '4 10 0 0 0 0 . Butter — I'resh, per lb. 1 3: 0 1 6 Irish', 'ditto O'l ' 3 013 Cork Rose, ditto , t . ' 0 ' 1 ' 4' 01 6. Americ mi; ditto . . .. .. 0' I 3 0 14/ Dutch, ditto .. .J' ,.J';0 l'l' o' 1 2 ; Bottled1 Fruits, quartz/peVdoi!.1.''1 0 ' 12 '. 0 0 13 0 ' , Candles— Sperm, per lb .. ' 0 ' 2 1 3 0 2 6' Belmont, ditto ~.r' ..''0 ' 1 10^ ' 0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 16 June 1856

Wollongong1. V.' JOHNSON'S (late black swan) FAMILY HOTEL. F ARTIES patronizing the above Hotel are assured of finding GOOD AND CLEAN. BEDS, first-class Wines, Spirits, aml Beers ; attention, civility, and comfort, with moderate charges. ' ' LUNCHEON DAILY AT ONE. i U.B — Good Saddle Horses for Hire. 427 Kiama Hotel. Mlt.J. MAXWELL, begs leave to announce to his friends and the public, that he he has obtained a license for Mr. Car riers' new house, Kiama, as a Hotel, where he intends to pro vide accommodations of the best description for travellers and others who may patronise him; Every endeavour will be made to ~ - naiike ft one of the best htftfses in the district. ' Best Wines and Beers; Always on hand. . ???. V Good stabling provided. N.B. — Luncheon on steamer and Court day 8. JOHN MAXWELL, 590, Kiama. Law.. MR. ROGERS, duly admitted an. Attorney,. Solicitor, and r Procter, of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and for nearly three years past Conveyancing and Equity Clerk i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 16 June 1856

* ? .7*'''' ; ? v . -. , Notice. : MR. JOHN GARRETT, PAINTER, &c., begs to inform tho inhabitants of Wollongong and neighbourhood, that he has . this day TRANSFERRED- HIS BUSINESS to- his son, J. S. GARRETT, and takes this opportunity of thanking them for the favours he has received at their hands.- ? He has no doubt liut 'his »oriA will afford equal satisfaction to' thoso whe may favor him with theirotders. ' Market-square, Juno 11, 1850. ? ? ? 751. ® Kiama. ' JOHN1 CARRUTHERS, AUCTIONEER, begs to acquaint the '.'inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding district, that he intends 'having MONTHLY SALES of STOCK, &c., in the new Sale /Yard, adjoining Mr. MAXWELL'S KIAMA HOTEL, on the last THUl'tSDAY in every month. . J. .C. solicits a share of public support, believing that Monthly Sales /will be convenient, botli to partie's'having STOCK to dispose of, as well as to purchasers. ' Parlies favouring J. 0., will please to communicate in time to have the Stock advertised....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 16 June 1856

Steam between Kiama and Sydney. . . . . rFHE KIAMA STEAM NAVIGATION COM- :. Ml PA NY'S STEAMER KIAMA sails regularly: twice.; ?? sSslils a week between KIAMA and SYDNEY, leaving . KIAMA , , f every Monday and Thursday, at 1 p.m., nnd ; VICTORIA WHARF, ERSKINE-STREET, SYDNEY, . ? J every Tuesday and Friday night, at 10 o'clock. : . , . FARES . — ? , Cabin, 15s. Steerage, 10s. . .. -o;-; The KIAMA will call at WOLLONGONG for KIAMA every ^ Saturday morning ; aud from KIAMA to WOLLONGONG every : : Monday. ' .j- ? TARES : — Cahin, 7s. 6d. Steerage, 5s. 152 . i tBall and Supper. MRS. MARSHALL has undertaken, at the urgent request o several respectable families, to give a iiALL AND-: SUPPER, which will take place at CLARA COTTAGE, WOL LONGONG, on MONDAY EVENING, 16th JUNE. Dancing to commence at 8 ; Supper at 12 o'clock precisely. Tickets, to admit lady and gentleman, 10-s. Cd. each. Tickets to be had of Mr, Wm. Murpliv, storekeeper; Mr. ? ' Iliggins, Moutijb Keira Hotel ; Mrs. Marshall's,...

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MINISTERIAL RE-ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 16 June 1856

[?] [ 'Che i*Neir Constitution 'Ifap ^be^n ^la.irJyJsetiin^ I Ilquses^jV^ve' (met :ami' ^r4beMStiedf spee'cH'has beerf' delive'rb'dl and an^d'dressJcaraeU in'repLv; theneto , ?A.' ministry has. been ' formed : aud:fthose!i'Con3titnfcino:- that ministry are now before their, constituents tor, re-election. Ib.is ?«. ,zi. u'luw.wm .iV&VKiiri- wifcli these Venclemeu 'that we now-navotojlo. .fihei-enan be no, ^quesnpn^ jthatr- tlie. , .aiid,.rni'eftect,.they will expressed . jrAor v^opaditttf^'^ .-fflr . .oh jthe. 'depends^; the-, .existence. of=;the: oS r ' ' 1 jv» : .n,evcaji -.;Onl^ j iiiigp^pf; fthe. gen.tlemen forn)in«.. this- min istry-: by 1 ^€hejr ant^pecients.^^ ;r,Mr~ Do.vaudson, th'e:D'irst S.ecre'ary', w,ir, for mo.l?,.^ep of the old Council-; ; having entered as .the ^0ijpef.^ftf..the;l^'e..RiOHAB0 Wii.v.pRT.BR, as member for Durham ; .5»nU»|fTw.e.fememlj.e«; ai ight, -professed -hi mseJf.;a radical, and was jbrojiglit, to task, occasionally for his extreme views. Wh...

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Sydney Correspondence. SYDNEY, JUNE 13, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 16 June 1856

(PittrMankiire. ' ??;? Vj'i. 13/185i:'v- r-.i A-lthongK- both: ..Houses'., of ;the legislature . have ? adjourned -tUtt ivtbe.5t-h^ of,; Angust, ,-there .is.a considerable amount -of work, to, bp;;, i.cjono in -the-, interval. The -menibers- who- have accepted offico: -must go bacli4,to their constiuients ? and ask to be re-elected. ;Alreaay'is'th5s~pfppes3'. in.ioperation; Mr. Donaldson having met - ' |-^|li&- ejectors -nfp/;, ifije;.. Sj'dne^y ITaraiefcs- 111 various parts of the |listricK.j..ltfe is;opppsed^by.3Ir; Johh-.Campbell, with a force that;, promises to.' make tii'e contest somewhat of a close, run. rThi^ ;6nD0sition rriusfc not, ba. oonsidereil n« direr-forl nmiinat. -*ri. ;:Donaidson^r/5e, ijathe- was one of. the- popular candidates at !,the -. ^original ^ plectipn,;.-Tb,uij ..againBt him as Premier y ;.anjl,f indeed, ;'i'b.- Isteems': as though-, the, whole of . the business of the. ..Colonial:.,. . parliament- , was. to centre,, in. efforts, to . bowl out -th...

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