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  2. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Mr. O'Connor's federal manifesto, published in your columns to-day, must open the eyes of the citizens of New South Wales to the real dangers of the kind of federation which is being advocated by ...

    Article : 604 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS. BANQUET AT RICHMOND.

    A complimentary banquet was tendered in the School of Arts, Richmond, last night, by Mr. William Pope, of Messrs. John Pope and Co., fruit merchants, of Sydney, to his friends, including the ...

    Article : 255 words
  4. (FROM THE BOARD AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.)

    TWEED HEADS.—Departure: January 21, Heroine, schooner, at 10.15 a.m. Passed: January 21, one of Howard Smith's steamers at 9.20 a.m. RICHMOND HEADS.—Arrival: January 21, Electra ...

    Article : 1,103 words
  5. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURF.

    Pony races will be run this aftenoon at Lillie Bridge. The first event will start at 3 p.m. The following horses have, since the publication of weights, been withdrawn from the Challenge Stakes ...

    Article : 859 words
  6. CYCLING.

    J. E. Snell, who is attempting to lower the cycling record from Adelaide to Melbourne, passed Beachport at 7.30 last night, going strongly behind a tandem. The average pace of the journey has been ...

    Article : 301 words
  7. PROTECTIONIST MEETING AT BELMORE PARK.

    A public meeting called for the purpose of advocating a policy of protection for this colony was held last night at Belmore Park under the presidency of Mr. J. Donovan, chairman of the Protectionist ...

    Article : 1,248 words
  8. THE MINISTER FOR LABOUR.

    Mr. Garrard arrived here to-day, and inspected the Public school. He afterwards left by the Cobar traim to carry out the programme already detailed. He will return on Friday night and meet the officers ...

    Article : 54 words
  9. GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The Sessions closed to-day. John Joseph Taylor and Michael Drew were convicted of stealing wool. The former was sentenced to three years' and Drew to one year's imprisonment. Charles Jeffrey, who ...

    Article : 127 words
  10. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Orubs, from London 25th December, left Colombo on [?]th January. The R.M.S. Maori left Capetown outwards for Ne[?] Zealand on the 19th instant. ...

    Article : 67 words
  11. THE TRAFALGAR.

    The four-masted ship Trafalgar, 1616 tons, Capt[?] Wright, from San Francisco 3rd December, is reported to have passed Newcastle yesterday afternoon, in tow for Sydney. She is 49 days out, to Messrs, Joseph Falk and ...

    Article : 31 words
  12. WAGGA QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions the case of Nicholas Elias R. Thorpe, charged with passing a valueless £10 note on the Provincial and Suburban Bank, was concluded at midnight last night. The jury ...

    Article : 74 words
  13. SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE.

    The bicyclist Shepherd, who is attempting to establish a new record between Sydney and Melbourne, arrived at Albury at midnight on Wednesday. The total time taken to Albury ...

    Article : 415 words
  14. VANDALISM IN THE PARKS.

    Sir,—The act of [?]nseless vandalism which took place on Sunday in Hyde Park may to some extent he explained by the fact that the [?]atives of this city are not educated to care for things winch belong to ...

    Article : 301 words
  15. LAND SELECTION.

    There was a big rush at the land office to-day for three blocks of 298, 305 and 320 acres on Perricoota Holding, near Moama. There were 580 applications and £1500 was lodged. The ballot was postponed ...

    Article : 97 words
  16. THE PRIMATE.

    The Primate preached last evening at Mount Wilson. He was accompanied by the Rev. P. J. Simpson, precentor of St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney. The Rev. T. J. Heffernan read the prayers. ...

    Article : 77 words
  17. COUNTRY BURGLARIES.

    The town was thrown into a state of ex[?]tement this morning when it became known that several daring burglaries had been committed during the night. Wheatland's store was broken into and a ...

    Article : 131 words
  18. MOUNTED RIFLE TEAM FOR ENGLAND.

    Sir,—I saw in your issue a fe[?] days ago a paragraph headed "Cavalry Camp at Camden," which I could not understand at the time; but I now see the cause of the error. A par in to-day issue states ...

    Article : 306 words
  19. KENSINGTON PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 724 words
  20. MORNING GALLOPS.

    A good deal of work of a general character was done on the training tracks at Randwick yesterday morning. Before the fog lifted from the course S. Fielder sent Danube and M'Donald over six ...

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  21. SWIMMING.

    A council meeting of the New South Wales Swimming Association was held last night at the Natatorium. Mr. E. S. Marks occuped the chair, and there was a fair attendance of delegates. Mr. W. ...

    Article : 388 words
  22. WAGGA QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions to-day F. Dunn, who pleaded guilty to horse-stealing at Urana, was sentenced to three months' imprisoumeut. G. Wright was found guilty of maliciously wounding, and was ...

    Article : 4,977 words
  23. UNIMPROVED VALUE.

    Sir,—At last we have secured the most satisfactory method of arriving at the meaning of the above term by referring to the Chief Commissioner's decision mentioned in the letter written by ...

    Article : 214 words
  24. PIGEON SHOOTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 112 words
  25. LILLIE BRIDGE RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 184 words
  26. RESUMPTION OF THE PRIVATE WHARFS OF SYDNEY.

    Sir,—It strikes me if the Premier wants to make Sydney the ne plus ultra port of Australia, he cannot do better than adopt some such scheme as [?] expounded by those lucid letters of your active ...

    Article : 182 words
  27. GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS.

    The annual meeting of the Grund United Order of Oddfellows (Sydney District) was held last evening at the Oddfellows' Hall. 328 Castlereagh-street. There was a large attendance of delegates. Brop. R. ...

    Article : 332 words
  28. SANDS' SYDNEY DIRECTORY.

    The growth of this city and its suburbs is yearly shown by the necessary enlargement of this excellent directory, the 1897 edition of which is in its thirtyeighth year of issue, and comes from the ...

    Article : 339 words
  29. SYDNEY TURF CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 138 words
  30. BOMBALA RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 71 words
  31. LIFT ACCIDENTS.

    Sir,—In view of the [?]alling calamity that befel Mr. Leeds last week one naturally asks, Is it not possible for mechanical engineers to devise some method that will render accidents caused by falling ...

    Article : 147 words
  32. QUIRINDI RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 86 words
  33. COBAR RACES.

    Good entries have been received for the two principal races at the Hospital meeting on Tuesday next, which promisess to be a great success. ...

    Article : 28 words
  34. BONG BONG PICNIC RACE CLUB.

    The eleventh annual reunion of the Bong Bong Picnic Race Club was opened to-day on the prettilysituated trysting-place on Throsby Park Estate. The weather was fine, but seasonably warm, and ...

    Article : 1,449 words
  35. CRICKET.

    With the exception of Bruce, Johns, and Laver the Victorian team arrived in Sydney by express train from Melbourne yesterday. Laver was already in Sydney, and Brnce and Johns will ...

    Article : 486 words
  36. ENFIELD MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    At the last meeting there were present—Aldermen Eat[?] (Mayor), Hodson, Well, Addis, Pilcher, Wood, and Light. The Municipal Association forwarded legal opinion on the Land and income Tax Act. The Federation League ...

    Article : 208 words
  37. STREET TRAFFIC AT CIRCULAR QUAY.

    Sir,—Much has been said and written regarding the perplexities facing the Mayor and aldermen in the above direction. But we people of the North Shore have a gri[?]vance serious enough in itself, and ...

    Article : 220 words
  38. GROCERS' AND PROVISION MERCHANTS' ASSOOCIATION.

    A meeting of the Grocers and Provision Mer[?]hants was held at the Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, on Monday evening, Mr. Abigail being voted to the chair. The various speakere discussed at some ...

    Article : 148 words
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    Advertising : 12 words
  40. Advertising

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