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  2. PROCEEDINGS AT CONVENTION.

    The President took the chair at half-past 9 o'clock. Among the correspondence read was a letter from Dr. Knaggs, forwarding a paper on federal quarantine, and it was resolved that the paper be printed ...

    Article : 7,392 words
  3. AMUSEMENTS. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    "THE Ironmaster," described as a powerful romantic play, will be produced at the Lycoum Theatre to-night. A new version of the French drama has been prepared for Mrs. Potter and Mr. Bellew, ...

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  4. OPEN-AIR FETE AT CROYDON.

    Under the patronage of his Excellency the Governor an open-air fete, in aid of the funds of the Ashfield, Croydon, and Enfield branch of the Ministering Children's League, was opened in the grounds ...

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  5. CHURCH NEWS. ANGLICAN.

    The Prima[?]e preached on Sunday morning at St. Clement's, Marrickville, he administered the rite of confirmation in the afternoon at All Saints' Petersham, and in the evening administered the rite ...

    Article : 797 words
  6. HOSPITALITIES.

    The convention adjourned at 4.30 to permit of the delegates attending a garden party given by the ladies' committee at Loganbrac, the fine property purchased by the Government for an Agricultural ...

    Article : 252 words
  7. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    "A Trip to Chinatown" will be revived at Her Majesty's Theatre to-night, under the management of Messrs. Williamson and Musgrove, who will however, only stage the popular musical farce for six ...

    Article : 196 words
  8. PUBLIC SERVICES, &c., FOR TOMORROW.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 990 words
  9. MR. GEORGE RIGNOLD'S SEASON.

    Mr. George Rignold arrived in Sydney by the Peregrine yesterday, and will be followed on Monday by the Rignold Dramatic Company, who left Melbourne after the final performance of "Work ...

    Article : 107 words
  10. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)

    Alderman F. H. Kennard left for Bathurst last night as the delegate from Wellington Municipal Council to the People's Federal Convention. ...

    Article : 27 words
  11. THE WEATHER.

    Following the rainfall returns of Thursday the reports received yesterday from the inland stations show that the rain has nearly covered the colony. The southern half had rain on Tuesday, and on ...

    Article : 150 words
  12. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening at the Tivoli Theatre Miss Alice Leamar will continue her dramatic sketch "All for the Lad I Love," and will contribute some of her best comic numbers. Mr. John Coleman will ...

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  13. CYCLING.

    Mr. W. R. George presided at a meeting of the executive of the New South Wales Cyclists' Touring Union on Tuesday evening, at the Sydney Bicycle Club rooms, Elizabeth-street, and there was a fall ...

    Article : 258 words
  14. SALON CINEMATOGRAHE.

    Mr. James MacMahon will introduce at the Salon Cinématographe to-day, from 11.30 a.m., a system of alternate programmes. The new pictures will include views of the arrival of Li Hung Chang in ...

    Article : 83 words
  15. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.)

    The weather was bright and warm to-day. The country looks splendid after the rain. BOURKE, Friday. The weather is now fine and clear. The ...

    Article : 764 words
  16. LUMIERE'S CINEMATOGRAPHE.

    Messrs. S[?]stier and H. W. Barnett, who have been exhibiting the Lumiére Cinématographe at the Princess Theatre as one of the leading attractions of "Djin-Djin," announce that they will instal the ...

    Article : 90 words
  17. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITALS.

    Mr. F. A. Packer, who was for some years city organist at Hobart, will give a recital at the Town Hall this evening, when he will devote himself to popular music. Mr. Packer's programme will ...

    Article : 57 words
  18. ROMAN CATHOLIC.

    Cardinal Moran and the Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, who have been absent at the Bathurst Convention, are expected to return to town to-day. On Sunday afternoon, at 8.30 p.m., his Eminence will lay the ...

    Article : 114 words
  19. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.

    At the Sydney Philharmonic Society's next concert at the Town Hall on Wednesday, December 2, Signor Hazon will conduct the full chorus and orchestra in the late Goring Thomas's cantata, ...

    Article : 146 words
  20. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    A sports meeting organised by the Narrabri barnch of the League of Wheelmen was commenced at the club's ground yesterday afternoon. There was a fair attendance, but when the programme was about ...

    Article : 139 words
  21. PRESBYTERIAN.

    The Rev. James Perkins, B.A., has been ordained, and has been inducted into the charge of Gulgong. The Rev. James Cosh, B.A., who has been exchanging with his father at Balmain, returned to his ...

    Article : 247 words
  22. MISS BEATRICE GRIFFITHS.

    In view of the early departure for Europe of Miss Beatrice Griffiths, that brilliant young p[?]anist will be accorded a complimentary concert a fortnight or three weeks hence. Many of the leading artists of ...

    Article : 56 words
  23. ACCIDENT TO THE STEAMER GULF OF ROTHNIA.

    The steamer Gulf of Bothnia, which left Sydney 30th September for London and Manchester and Dunkirk, has put into Lisbon with damage to machinery. Her cargo from here comprises 3044 bales wool, 7[?] bales leather, 78 ...

    Article : 846 words
  24. MR. CAMPBELL'S RECITAL.

    Mr. Lawrence Campbell will give a dramatic and musical recital, in aid of the Boys' Brigade, at the Y.M.C.A. Hall next Friday. Miss Constance Evelyn, Miss Lilian Frost, Mr. H. Weir, and Mr. ...

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  25. MISS ALICE BRYANT'S CONCERT.

    Miss Alice Bryant will give an organ recital at the Presbyterian Church, Manly, next Thursday evening. The talented young organist has secured the co-operation of Mr. St[?]ll, Herr Vollmar, and other ...

    Article : 43 words
  26. ADDRESSES TO GOVERNORS.

    Dean Marriott read the report of the committee appointed to draw up an address to the Australian Governors, which set forth that the convention had given to the great question of federation the ...

    Article : 965 words
  27. MR. W. H. LYNCH'S CONCERT.

    There was a good attendance at the complimentary concert given at the York-street Centenary Hall last night to Mr. W. H. Lynch. The tenor's connection at different times with St. Andrew's Cathedral, and ...

    Article : 332 words
  28. CONGREGATIONAL.

    The Rev. W. C. Robinson will supply the church at Milton for the next two Sundays. The twentieth anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev. G. Preston will be celebrated to-morrow by ...

    Article : 51 words
  29. FEDERAL FINANCE.

    Sir,—The chief difficulty of all the Australasian Governments is their finances, and finance will probably be the main trouble of the coming convention. It is assumed that the federated Government will ...

    Article : 666 words
  30. WESLEYAN.

    The Rev. W. Woolls Rulledge (superintendent of the Central Methodist Mission) and the Rev. J. E. Carruthers (ex-president of the Wesleyan Conference) left Sydney by last night's Southern mail on ...

    Article : 144 words
  31. BAPTIST.

    The Bathurst-street Sunday School anniversary services were held on Sunday last. Throughout the day the scholars sang special hymns in a creditable manner. On Wednesday evening, instead of the ...

    Article : 98 words
  32. MOONLIGHT FETE AND CONCERT.

    A moonlight f[?]te in aid of the debt upon the building and grounds of St. John's, Milson's Point, was opened last night in the spacious grounds of Elamang, the residence of Mr. James Milson, ...

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  33. PRIMITIVE METHODIST.

    The Rev. Theo. Parr, M.A., who during the week has been holding a series of meeting at Bowral as a deputation from the Primitive Methodist Missionary Society, returned to Sydney on Thursday. The ...

    Article : 92 words
  34. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Alameda arrived at San Francisco at 8 o'clock on Thursday morning last, 19th instant. ...

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  35. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.

    A meeting of the National Council of Women was held in the Town Hall yesterday afternoon. Lady Hampden presided. There were also present Lady Windeyer, Miss M. Windeyer, Mrs. B. F. Marks, ...

    Article : 243 words
  36. THE A.U.S.N. LINE.

    The Warrego, for Brisbane, Townsville, Cooktown, Thursday Island, Normanton, and Burketown, leaves to-day at 10 a.m. The [?]agh, for Brisbane and ports to Rockhampton, sails hence this day at 2 p.m. The Ar[?] ...

    Article : 93 words
  37. SALVATION ARMY.

    Commandant Booth has issued his programme of advance for all the colonies. The advances in New South Wales comprise, in Sydney, the opening of a food and shelter depot for men to accommodate 200, ...

    Article : 223 words
  38. THE ABERDEEN LINE.

    The steamer Ninev[?]h arrived at London on Thursday last from Sydney and Melbourne. The Australasian left Cape Town for Melbourne and Sydney on the 18th instant. ...

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  39. GARDEN FAIR AT "BARHAM."

    The Garden Fair which was to have been held at "Barham," Forbes-street, to-day, has been postponed owing to the inclement weather. Mr. F. Harvey has, however, placed his fine grounds at the ...

    Article : 211 words
  40. THE MANICA.

    Messrs. Dangar, Gedye, and Co. have received a cable advising the arrival of the steamer Manica at London on Thursday last. The steamer left here on 23rd September, and Albany 7th October. ...

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  41. ACCIDENT TO A STEAMER.

    The steamer Sydney, with the steamer Lubra in tow, put into Broken Bay yesterday at 7 a.m., and the Sydney left Broken Bay at 8.15 a.m. for here, arriving yesterday afternoon. ...

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  42. ACCIDENT TO A SCHOONER.

    Manning Heads reports:—The schooner Louisa Lamont went ashore at 6.15 p.m. on the north heach in trying to cro[?]s the bar. She will probably float off at high water tomorrow morning. ...

    Article : 57 words
  43. MR. BAILEY'S MISSION.

    Mr. T. A. Bailey delivered a lecture in the Y.M.C.A. Hall yesterday afternoon upon the subject of "Leprosy in India and Missionary Work Amongst the Lepers." He said that a great deal of ...

    Article : 304 words
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