THIS' DAY, This election, as most of our readers atf aifare, is taKcg place to-day, the tw candidates heirs^ Mr Prederrs- Jbnes^ e»ic Mr Aaroli'Ayerft The Ashbo^rne pollla^. i place presented^lmsy appearssnce towards I th t. m »^le of ' the day, a lung line d ] vehicles' of va'rio3» descriptions jmntitig t« ; I and from the E6jwJ Board office> used for j tae- day as ihe ceatral polling-pSAce ; and ■ csavasßing was beitrg carried on mth' great | erwrpy by the Coarasittees of botn nandi- : ds6?a<. The election » expected to Sea very f neartbiaff, both ßideaexpressidgadeiermin* j atitato plflcatHeir ma«afinthe winniagposi- 1 j" tion. Tliepoll, it is expected, will be declared : unofßeially about 713& p.m.. and as more than ordinary interest is shown ia the etrnggte, it is* anticipated that a considerable number of thfe partisan s of ' both candidates will be preseat. With regard to the ebances 'of the contest, the- raore general apinion w?is !&&& Mr Ayers-wwrld be retura«d.
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Heathcote Election., Star, Issue 5846, 8 February 1887
Heathcote Election. Star, Issue 5846, 8 February 1887
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