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  2. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND.

    Sales to arrive have been effected of wheat cargoes:—Walla Walla, October-November, 29s 3d to 29s 6d [?].; Californian, October-November, 30s to 30s 6d; River Plate, April-May, 27s ...

    Article : 2,158 words
  3. WESLEYAN SYNODS. WEST SYDNEY DISTRICT.

    The sessions commenced on Tuesday, the 17th, being opened at 10 a.m. in the Centenary Hall, York-street, by ex-president Rev. C. E. Carruthers, who welcomed members from other districts and ...

    Article : 399 words
  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURF.

    A programme of trotting and pony and galloway racing will be played out at Canterbury Park this afternoon, the sport commencing at 2 p.m. The ordinary traffic to Canterbury will be supplemented ...

    Article : 1,045 words
  5. THE FACTORIES AND SHOPS ACT.

    To owners of factories and shops the most important measure by far passed last session is the Factories and Shops Act. Although the measure does not come into force until the 1st January next ...

    Article : 1,887 words
  6. HARVEST PROSPECTS.

    ALBURY,—It is difficult to give more than a rough estimate of the area under wheat. Allowing, however, for the quantity consumed in the several agricultural districts of which Albury is the depot, and ...

    Article : 2,823 words
  7. ATHLETICS.

    Referring to the performance of M. Roseingrave at the amateur sports held at St. Kilda (Victoria) last Saturday, the Argus says:—"In the athletic part of the programme M. Roseingrave, an Irishman, ...

    Article : 247 words
  8. CYCLING.

    J. W. Stocks on the 4th October on the Crystal Palace track (London) made an attempt to lower T. Linton's record for the hour, and was completely successful. Although there was no sun, the absence ...

    Article : 959 words
  9. AMUSEMENTS. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    The last three performances of "Francillon " are announced at the Lyceum Theatre, where Dumas' great comedy is finely acted with Mrs. Potter in the title role. That is a brilliant scene in the second act, ...

    Article : 187 words
  10. EAST SYDNEY DISTRICT.

    The ministerial sessions of the above synod were commenced in the Botany-street schoolroom yesterday morning, at 10 o'clock, when the chairman of the district (the Rev. J. Spence), who presided, gave a ...

    Article : 261 words
  11. THE CITY MISSION.

    The thirty-first annual festival of the City missionaries was held last evening in the Protestant Hall. The proceedings opened with a tea meeting, at which there was a large attendance, in spite of the ...

    Article : 922 words
  12. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    At Her Majesty's Theatre large popular audiences are witnessing the performances of "Face to Face." The villainies of the adventuress Estelle, which culminate in the murder of her aged husband, and the ...

    Article : 78 words
  13. "A TRIP TO CHINATOWN."

    Messrs. Williamson and Musgrove announce a farewell revival of "A Trip to Chinatown" at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday, when Mr. Harry Conor as that vigorous invalid Welland Strong, ...

    Article : 86 words
  14. CHURCH NEWS.

    The 13th anniversary services of the Randwick Wesleyan Sunday School were celebrated Sunday, when Rev. R. Allen (William-street) preached a special sermon in the morning; Rev. T. B. Holmes ...

    Article : 306 words
  15. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITALS.

    By arrangement with the City Council Miss Lilian Frost will give a recital on the Town Hall organ this afternoon, when her programme will include Mend[?]lssohn's "Sonata No 1," the March from ...

    Article : 52 words
  16. THE CINEMATOGRAPHE.

    In consequence of the crowded attendances at every exhibition at the Sal[?]n Cin[?]matographe, Mr. Mac Motion announces an extra show of the animated tableaux at 11.30 a.m. and later as advertised. ...

    Article : 35 words
  17. MR. W. H. LYNCH'S CONCERT.

    A complimentary concert will be given to Mr. W. H. Lynch at the York-street Centenary Hall on Friday, when the Meistersingers will contribute part songs, and Messrs. Augustus and Nicholas Gebde, ...

    Article : 83 words
  18. NORTH SYDNEY ORPHANS' CLUB CONCERT.

    The North Sydney Orphans' Club held a moonlight concert on board the s.s. Leveret on Monday. The steamer, which had on board a large number of members, left the Orient Wharf shortly after 8 ...

    Article : 345 words
  19. ACCIDENT TO BON MOT.

    Mr. R. G. Row's filly Bon Mot met with a serious accident this morning. Whilst exercising at Caulfield she got away from her attendant, and on trying to jump a fence injured one thigh so seriously that ...

    Article : 56 words
  20. SALE OF WORK AT CANTERBURY.

    In aid of the Canterbury Wesleyan Church trust fund Mr. Quong Tart opened a sale of work at Canterbury on Thursday afternoon. The s[?] and stallholders were:—General stall, Mesdames ...

    Article : 83 words
  21. NORTHERN JOCKEY CLUB.

    A meeting of the committee of the Northern Jockey Club was held last night. Mr. J. W. Birkenhead (vice-president) occupied the chair. A statement was presented in connection with the recent ...

    Article : 177 words
  22. CRICKET.

    There is much dissatisfaction amongst the members of the North Sydney Electorate C. C. at the decision of the N.S.W. Cricket Association to make the qualification for representation on that body ...

    Article : 198 words
  23. THE DESTRUCTION OF GARBAGE.

    Sir,—Now that the City Council has decided to send the city surveyer to Europe to report on the various methods of destroying house refuse, perhaps it would not be out of place to put forward the ...

    Article : 823 words
  24. MUDGEE RACK.

    There is every prospect that the district race club's two days' meeting next week will be a phenomenal success. The first day is the Wednesday Halfholiday, and the second day has been proclaimed a ...

    Article : 46 words
  25. CONCERT AND PRESENTATION AT MANLY.

    On Monday evening a large number of people assembled in the Aquarium Hall, Manly, when a concert was given. The chair was occupied by Mr. Dugald Thomson, M.L.A. The opening item on the ...

    Article : 153 words
  26. ROSEBERY PARK PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 357 words
  27. THE LICENSING ACT.

    At the Redfern Police Court yesterday, before Mr[?] Isaacs, S.M., Inspector Lawless proceeded against Richard Friend, license of the Imperial Hotel. George and Wells street, Redfern, for having kept ...

    Article : 661 words
  28. AQUATICS.

    Vice-commodore A. Kinninmont presided at this club's meeting on Monday night. Owing to the Prince Alfred Yacht Club having fixed its regatta for the 12th December the squadron's race for that ...

    Article : 106 words
  29. BOYS' BRIGADE RECITAL.

    Mr. Lawrence Campbell, assisted by Miss Constauce Evelyn, Miss Lilian Frost, Mr. H. Weir, and Mr. Edgar Straus will give a humorous, musical and dramatic recital at the Y.M.C.A. Hall on Friday ...

    Article : 109 words
  30. THE PROPOSED EXHIBITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—It may be strictly correct to say there has been no general demand from the commercial community for an exhibition such as that propose to be held in 1899; but the proposal having been made, I ...

    Article : 244 words
  31. EPSOM RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 540 words
  32. NEW SOUTH WALES LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE.

    The council meeting of the Local Option League was held yesterday. The Rev. F. B. Boyce in the chair. It was decided as early as possible in next session of Parliament to have the Local Option ...

    Article : 281 words
  33. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—There is little doubt but that your able leader of to-day voices public sentiment re the proposed exhibition. The scheme, as put forward by Mr. Reid is one unworthy of the traditions of the ...

    Article : 247 words
  34. UNITARIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.

    At a meeting of the Unitarian Literary Society last night the Rev. George Walters read a paper on "Daniel Defoe." The chair was occupied by Mr. D. Fox. The picture drawn of the celebrated writer ...

    Article : 192 words
  35. WOMEN'S LITERARY SOCIETY.

    A meeting of the above society took place on Monday in the society's room, Beaumont-chambers, King-street, Miss L. Macdonald (president) was in the chair. The subject for the evening was "Our ...

    Article : 70 words
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