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  3. SOME ISTORICAL EARTHQUAKES.

    The first mention of earthquakes is in the Bible, which refers to several. One of the most remarkable is that which occurred in the 27th year of Uzziah, King of Judah. There is ...

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  4. THE HANKS OF LABOR.

    Several weeks ago the committee of the Domestic Workers Union decided to open a union registry office for the use of members and others, so as to become independent of other ...

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  5. NEW YEAR'S E.V.E.

    The ushering in of tie New Tear in Sydney bad little of the clamor which marked the incoming of its predecessor. And the reason was very simple. The police authorities had made ...

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  6. POLITICAL LABOR CONFERENCE.

    Following are some farther suggestions that have been submitted for discussion at the annual Political Labor Conference:— The Federated Seamen's Union. N.S.W. ...

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  7. BIG BLAZE AT BLAYNEY

    BLAYNEY, Friday.—Residents were disturbed from their slumbers at an early boor this morning by a disastrous fire in Adelaide-street, the main thoroughfare of the town. Six ...

    Article : 313 words
  8. A Wonld-be Farmer.

    By the last mail Dr. Arthur, the president of the Immigration League of Australasia, received the following amusing, if somewhat pathetic, letter from a lad in Manchester. It will be a ...

    Article : 411 words
  9. Fatal Gun Accident.

    MOREE, Friday.—A well-known settler to this district, Mr. Frederick Thompson, has died as a result of a shooting accident. He had let a contract for erecting a new house at his ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. ANGLICAN CHURCH NEWS.

    Dr. Williams, the Bishop of Waiapu, New Zealand, is resigning his see. His Lordship is over 80 years of age. Bishop Awdry, of So Tokyo, Japan, who is well known in Sydney for ...

    Article : 474 words
  11. LOAD OF WOOD ON FIRE.

    The extraordinary spectacle of a trolly load of wood catching fire from some unexplainable cause was witnessed at a spot about five miles from Bathurst. Two men, with a trolly ...

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  12. PROPERTY MARKET FOR 1908.

    Messrs. Arthur Rickard and Company, Limited, in their annual report, state that, "Not-withstanding the pessimistic predictions ex-pressed by many early in the year, when the ...

    Article : 323 words
  13. SATURDAY'S MAILS.

    Mails close at the G.P.O., Sydney, to-morrow, for Eden (per the Tathra), at 9 a.m.; for Macleay River (per the Yulgilbar), at noon; for Macleay River, Port Macquarie, Byroa Bay ...

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  14. EXCITEMENT IN MARKET STREET.

    Some excitement was occasined in Market-street, near George-street, City, last evening. A number of boys dressed up a dummy man, and the imitation was a good one. Suddenly they ...

    Article : 127 words
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  16. THE OCEAN ISLAND STEAMER.

    The steamer Promise, which arrived at Sydney this morning, had an uneventful trip from Ocean Island. She left there on December 19. Mr. Telfer-Campbell, British Resident in the ...

    Article : 128 words
  17. SYDNEY'S NEW MARKETS.

    The city building surveyor (Mr. Broderick) stated to an Evening News" reporter this morning that the plans in connection with, the vegetable section, or first portion, of the new ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. LILIANFELS PARK ESTATE, KATOOMBA.

    Mr George Vickery, the owner of the Lalianfels Parks Estate, Katoomba, has called our attention to a statement made by us in our issue of December 29, in which we referred to ...

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  19. RAILWAY FATALITIES.

    An open verdict was returned at, an inquest held into the death of Thomas Smith, a laborer, employed on the railway duplication works at Berowra, whose mangled remains were found ...

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  20. WELCOME TO DR. AND MRS. DILL MACKY.

    Dr. and Mrs. Dill Macky, it is expected, will return to Sydney on Friday next, travelling overland from Adelaide. Thanksgiving services for their safe return will be held in Scots ...

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  21. LOG-CHOPPING MATCH.

    M'Intosh, champion of Northern Suburbs, will meet W. Heckenberg, champion of the world, in a log-chopping contest at Pymble on saturday afternoon at 3.30, for a purse of ...

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  23. DIED IN THE STREET.

    Robt, Dunsmore, 28, a wharf laborer, who resided at Pyrmont, died sunddely in Market-street city yesterday. He had been working at the Illawarra Wharf at the foot of ...

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  24. SILVER BULLION.

    Messrs. Huddart, Parker's steamer Wimmera arrived at Sydney this morning from Auckland and other Mew Zealand ports. She brought 48 bars of silver bullion valued at £4950, for ...

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