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  2. Boxing Day.

    Those who may be under the impression that Australians resemble Englishmen in taking their pleasures sadly, should certainly have paid a flying visit yesterday to the various holiday ...

    Article : 429 words
  3. The Separation Movement.

    A large and thoroughly representative meeting of ratepayers was held on Friday evening at the Oxford Hall, Drummoyne Park, in connection with the separation movement, namely, a division ...

    Article : 284 words
  4. A Shocking Murder.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—A murder of a shooing character was committed at Camberwell on Wednesday. John Anglin, 40 years of age, formerly a member of the police force, had been ...

    Article : 394 words
  5. The New Year.

    Among the large number of importing and manufacturing jewellers of the city, the premises of Mr. A. Saunders, of 813, George-street, are conspicuous for the elegance of their display ...

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    A party numbering 300 was conveyed by the steamer Sydney to enjoy the pleasures that so lavishly exist in the vicinity of Broken Bay. Among the places of call was Peat's Ferry. ...

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  7. FERN BAY.

    The natural beauties of Fern Bay were taken advantage of by a large number of people. Picnic parties were scattered about the beautiful grounds, and it is pleasing to add no incident ...

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    The sweet retreat at Athol Gardens presented an animated appearance. The members of the Hibernian Society decided to hold their picnic in the charming grounds lying thereabouts, and the ...

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  9. MANLY.

    Perhaps the most enjoyable of all the so-called "outings" on Boxing Day was found in the very many voyages made from Circular Quay to Manly Beach and back. But they didn't ...

    Article : 373 words

    This firm's place of business, situated at 512, George-street, opposite the Town Hall, is replete with all that constitutes use and variety in the hardware line. The collection of electro-plated ...

    Article : 258 words
  11. Legislative Council.

    The members of the Legislative Council meet to-day, but the probability is that the sitting will be only a formal one, and will be adjourned again until the 8th proximo. It was originally ...

    Article : 111 words
  12. Extensive Fire at Grenfell.

    GRENFELL, Wednesday.—A most disastrous fire occurred last night in George-street, destroying the old Bank of New South Wales, Sippell's store and wine shop, Levey's furniture shop and ...

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    On account of the special attractions held out to the public at the Randwick race meeting, the outward railway traffic was not so great as it would undoubtedly otherwise have been. But ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. Newport Telegraph Office.

    Last Saturday the new telegraphic office at Newport was formally opened by Mr. Cracknell, the chief superintendent, in the presence of a large assemblage of residents and visitors. Mr. ...

    Article : 214 words
  15. THE TRAMS.

    The tram traffic was very large, perhaps greater than that of any single previous day. There were seventy-five trips to Bondi and Coogee, and sixtythree to the racecourse, exclusive of seven special ...

    Article : 183 words
  16. Christmas Bellringers.

    On Wednesday morning eight members of the Victorian Society of Change Ringers, from St. James's, Melbourne, now on a visit to this city, paid a visit to St. Jude's Church of England, ...

    Article : 246 words

    A very enjoyable day was spent up the Lane Cove River by the Welsh congregation in Sydney, who had a picnic in that very pretty part of the harbor. Leaving the Erskine-street jetty by ...

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    Sir,—In Phillip-street south I noticed a day or two since that the spoiler is again at his dismal work—work which will eventually banish, it is to be feared, from the dread monotony of our ...

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    THEATRE ROYAL.—Apart from its authorship and its re-introduction of Mr. Charles Warner, "Hands Across the Sea" had procured for itself a verdict which wished to be favorable. The ...

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    As is usual on a public holiday, and with such weather as there was on Boxing Day, the number of those in quest of pleasure and healthful amusement was very large indeed at the ...

    Article : 176 words
  21. Translations from M. Zola.

    On Wednesday, September 30, Mr. Henry Vizetelly, a bookseller, of Henrietta-street, Covent Garden, surrendered to take his trial for having published a certain obscene libel ...

    Article : 490 words
  22. Extensive Fire at St. Kilda.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—About half-past 11 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in the top floor of the Alfred Hospital, St. Kilda-road. Fortunately, and owing to the prompt attendance of ...

    Article : 491 words
  23. BONDI.

    An enormous influx of both town and country visitors made their way out to Bondi on Boxing Day. A large and varied programme had been prepared, and with one exception everything ...

    Article : 137 words

    Some 700 people found their way to Lady Robinson's Beach, where a very pleasant day was spent on the New Brighton pleasure grounds. The Oriental Brass Band was in attendance, and ...

    Article : 71 words

    This place of amusements under the management of Mr. R. Marshall, had a fairly large audience to witness an entertainment by a minstrel and speciality company. Mr. C. Horton made a ...

    Article : 96 words
  26. COOGEE.

    This favorite place, of amusement was visited by some thousands of persons of all ages on Boxing Day. Crowded trams left Bridge-street om an early hour. The manager, Mr. A. E. ...

    Article : 350 words

    A delightful entertainment was held on Boxing night on behalf of the above society at the Leichhardt Town Hall, there being a good attendance, over which Mr. J. P. Treadgold (president) ...

    Article : 184 words
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