To the Rate-Payers of Launceston: General Election for Aldermen [election statement of John Joseph Moore, 20 October 1856]

[Editor: An election advertisement regarding the candidature of John Joseph Moore. Published in The Peoples’ Advocate; or, True Friend of Tasmania (Launceston, Tas.), 20 October 1856.] To the Rate-Payers of Launceston. General Election for Aldermen. Gentlemen, — The tenure of office of the present Aldermen will expire at the end of the present year, when […]

To the Electors of the Electoral District of Meander [election statement of William Nairn, 16 October 1856]

[Editor: An election advertisement regarding the candidature of William Nairn. Published in the Launceston Examiner (Launceston, Tas.), 16 October 1856.] To the Electors of the Electoral District of Meander. Hobart Town, Tuesday. Oct. 14th 1856. Gentlemen, — I have just received the information, that you have been pleased to elect me to represent your district, […]

To the Electors of the North Western Province [election statement by N. Fitzgerald, 17 October 1864]

[Editor: This election statement, made by N. Fitzgerald, was published in The Age (Melbourne), 17 October 1864.] To the Electors of the North Western Province. Gentlemen, — I have the honor to inform you that, in compliance with requisitions, influentially signed in various parts of the Province just presented to me, I am induced to […]

To the Electors of the North-Western Province [election statement by Alexander Bayne, 17 October 1864]

[Editor: This election statement, made by Alexander Bayne, was published in The Age (Melbourne), 17 October 1864.] To the Electors of the North-Western Province. Gentlemen, — In compliance with the generally expressed wish of the Press throughout the Province, that some candidate should come forward to contest its representation, together with the solicitations of a […]

For the Senate: “Dryblower” Murphy’s campaign: Opening broadcast address [2 September 1934]

[Editor: The text of “Dryblower” Murphy’s election broadcast, published in The Sunday Times, 2 September 1934.] For the Senate “Dryblower” Murphy’s campaign Opening broadcast address Through broadcast station 6PR, Mr. E. G. Murphy opened his Senatorial election campaign on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Murphy said:— “I want to speak to you to-night on the subject […]