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  2. ELECTRICITY.

    Mr. Forbes Mackay, general manager of the City Council's electricity supply department, in a report to be submitted to his committee on Monday afternoon, explains further the ...

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  3. AMUSEMENTS.

    After a tremendous run, in which Miss Josie Melville has shone as a fixed star, while the remainder of the company has undergone various changes, "Sally" is to conclude its career at the Theatre Royal next ...

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  4. IMMIGRATION.

    With the return to Australia of Senator R. V. Wilson, who has been conducting negotiations with the British Government with regard to migration, it is expected that the Prime ...

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  5. CITRUS FRUIT.

    From 3000 to 10,000 cases of Australian oranges will be required at the British Empire Exhibition. This announcement was made to-day by Senator Wilson, who has just ...

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  6. LAW REPORT.

    This case remains part heard. ...

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  7. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    No. 1 Court.—James Roberts, stealing in a dwelling[?] Bella Robertson, uttering forged document; Richard Daniel L[?]hane Willis, robbery under arms, and Mildred Sullivan, receiving; Edward French Ewen, ...

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  8. NO. 1 JURY COURT.

    This action was continued and remained part heard at the adjourament, the plaintiff being further closely cross-examined in relation to the Butler case. ...

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  9. CRITERION.—"LILAC TIME."

    There will be a matinee performance of "Li[?] Time" at the Criter[?]on Theatre, where this fascinating story of a hundred years ago shows Sch[?]t, in the person of John [?]alston, delighting his ...

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  10. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Crown Prosecutor, Mr. W. T. Coyle, K.C. EMBEZZLEMENT. Lionel Holt Allen pleaded guilty to having, at Crookwell, while being a servant of ...

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  11. NO. 2 JURY COURT.

    Counsel for defendants continued his address to the jury in this case and had not concluded at the adjournment. ...

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  12. THE CAST OF "GOOD MORNING, DEARIE."

    Admirers of Miss Josie Melville will be interested to see her in "Good Morning, Dearie," a musical play by Jerome Kern, at the Theatre Royal, next Saturday, since hitherto she has appeared only as the ...

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  13. IN EQUITY.

    In the suit of William Compton Davies against William Percy Davies and William Harris Watson Jack, an application was listed for hearing, on behalf of the plaintiff ...

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  14. UNION OFFICIAL CHARGED.

    Fred. Pearson, aged 41 years, a felt [?]er, appeared before Mr. P[?]isley, S.M., at the Central Police Court yesterday, on a charge of having, between June 1 and August 31, 1923, whilst employed as secretary of the ...

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  15. GRAND OPERA HOUSE.—"OLD BILL, M.P."

    Mr. Seymour Hicks has scored a personal trim[?] in "Old Bill, M.P.," Mr. Hugh J. Ward's production at the Grand Opera House. There are two acts and f[?]teen scenes in this study of Bruce Bair[?]father's ...

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  16. BELLBIRD MINES.

    Splendid progress has been made with the work of consolidating the last section of the mine which was explored with a view of extending the present air base. The third of ...

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  17. PALACE—CARTER THE GREAT.

    There will be two performances at the Palace Theatre by Carter the Great, who presents a programme of mysterious feats in the way of conjuring, levitation, and illusion. The climax of the entertainment ...

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  18. TIVOLI THEATRE.—ARTHUR PRINCE SEASON.

    At the Tivoli Theatre to-day Arthur Prince, the celebrated ventriloquist, will present for the first [?]in Australia his sketch of na[?]tical life. "The [?] Survivor of the Ship's M[?]le Party." He will be ...

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  19. SPANISH.

    Sir,—As acting branch secretary (Spanish section) of The Modern Languages Association, Sydney, kindly allow me to refer to Messrs. Cotton's and Gibbons' articles on the ...

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  20. OBITUARY.

    The death occurred on Thursday of Mr. J. A. C. Baker, at his residence, St. Cyr, Mosman. Mr. Baker was a very popular figure in shipping circles in Sydney, having been in the ...

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  21. IN DIVORCE.

    In this suit, Nettie Guthrie (formerly Holyoake), sued for a divorce from Donald St. Atterwood Guthrie (also known as John Guthrie) on the ground of desertion. The marriage ...

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  22. FULLER'S THEATRE.

    Ten vaudeville acts will be presented at Fuller's to-day, at 2.30 and 8. Howard and Wyndham, English singers and dancers, make their debut. Harry Claff presents his third act with Winnie Wager, entitled ...

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  23. FEDERAL APATHY.

    The Rev. Canon [?]rland, vice-president of the Queensland New Settlers' League, arrived in Sydney on Thursday to attend the conference of the league. ...

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  24. MR. ST. QUINTON DOWNER'S PUPILS.

    At the King's Hall this evening three young pupils of Mr. St. Quinton Downer—Effie Williams, aged 14[?] Nina Murden, aged 13, and Reginald Swalwell, aged 1[?] —will give a recital of such well-known p[?] classics ...

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  25. MR. RAFDOLPH H. NOTT.

    The funeral of Mr. Randolph H. Nott, of the firm of R. H. Nott and Sons, took place on Thursday, at the Northern Suburbs Cemetery. The late Mr. Nott was 68 years of ...

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  26. BURNS ANNIVERSARY CLUB.

    The Burns Anniversary Club will hold its monthly concert this evening at 7.45 in the Railway Institute Hall. Those who are assisting include Messrs. Harold Toll[?]mache, Will Perrin, and J. Clark, and Misses ...

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  27. LAW NOTICES.

    Term List.—In the Banco Court.—At 10 a.m.—For judgment: Woodlands v Woodlands. Criminal appeal: R. v Simpson. Cause List.—Banco Causes.—In the Banco Court.— ...

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  28. EDUCATION.

    "I believe that the basis of the best education is wholly classical," said Mr. H. S. Dettman, the headmaster of the Sydney Grammar School, during the course of a lecture ...

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  29. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITAL

    The city organist, Mr. Ernest Tr[?]man, will give an organ recital in the Town Hall this evening, at which he will play a programme of popular music. ...

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  30. GLACIARIUM—ICE SKATING.

    The popularity of ice skating is daily [?]llustrated by the crowds which throng the Glaciarium, particularly at morning and afternoon sessions. On Wednesday and Saturday evenings the ice hockey matches ...

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  31. METROPOLITAN BAND CONCERT.

    In the Town Hall to-morrow at 3 p.m. the Municipal Band, directed by Mr. John Palmer, will present an attractive programme of band items. Assisting artists: Miss Elsie Peerless, Mr. Ernest Archer, and ...

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  32. SUNDAY BAND MUSIC.

    The Metropolitan Band, under the auspiees of [?] City Council, and directed by Mr. John Palmer, will present an attractive programme of music in the Hyde Park Rotunda at 8 p.m. ...

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  33. MAROUBRA BAY.

    The Water Board has directed the secretary (Mr. Roseby) to inform the Randwick Council that it is not intended to have a discharge from the Coogee outfall sewer at ...

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  34. PLAYBOX SOCIETY.

    In view of the interest which has been aroused by Elmer Rice's extraordinary play, "The Adding Machine," which the Playbox Society produced last week, the reading announced for to-morrow evening ...

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  35. RESEARCH INSTITUTE.

    At a meeting of the University Council, held last week, it was decided to establish two professorships on the foundation of the Waite Research Institute, one of the ...

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  36. MISPRONUNCIATIONS.

    Sir,—Your correspondents, "L.C." and C. W. Peck, want pronunciation to be standardised. The former advises that dictionaries are cheap, and the latter gentleman would ...

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  37. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Spaniards would be greatly astonished at the first part of Mr. V. C. Gibbons' letter in Saturday's issue of the Herald. I protend to no knowledge of South America, but ...

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  38. THE ROTTERS.

    The fifth performance of F. H. Ma[?]y's fa[?] comedy, "The Rotters," will be held on Monday evening next at St. James's Hall. Mr. Lawrence Campbell will repeat his successful impersonation of ...

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  39. [?]NK HUTCH[?]NS-LINDLEY EVANS.

    At the Conservatorium Hall next Tuesday [?] Hutchens and Lindley Evans will give the second of their concert recitals or works for two piano[?] An interesting programme will be presented, including ...

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  40. CO-OPERATION.

    Co-operation and its benefits to the community as a whole formed the subject of an address delivered by the Attorney-General (Mr. Bavin) at the Presbyterian Hall, ...

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  41. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Will you please allow me the following remarks on Mr. V. C. Gibbons' article, June 10, on Spanish. The official language of the Argentine ...

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  42. CHARGE OF THEFT.

    At Kogarah Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Blix, S.M., Rebecca Dickson, of Newtown, proceeded against Eliza Christian, of Miranda, on a charge of stealing jewellery valued at ...

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  43. LECTURE ON EDUCATION.

    At the Hyde Park Unitarian Church next Tuesday evening Mr. George T. Bill will deliver a lecture on "Salvation by Education," or "What is, and what ought to be." ...

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  44. MR. FK. WHITLOW'S RETURN.

    Mr. Frederick Whitlow, the popular international character actor and entertainer, who has recently arrived from England and America, will be seen at King's Hall next Wednesday evening. His programme ...

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  45. THE BRUNTON GIBB RECITAL.

    A dramatic and humorous recital will be given by Mr. Brunton Gibb at St. James's Hall next Thursday. The programme will include selections by shakespeare, Thackeray, Jerome, Dennis, and others, Essie Ackland, ...

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  46. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Having lived some years in the Argentine Republic, I read with interest Mr. V. C. Gibbons' letter in your issue of the 21st inst. He contradicts Mr. E. P. Cotton's ...

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  47. SHAKESPEARE LECTURES.

    In connection with the Leaving Certificate and Intermediate examinations for the year a series of lectures are to be delivered by the following gentlemen at the King's Hall:—Mr. F. G. Phillips. en "The Poetry of ...

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  48. FIRE AT THE ROCK.

    A disastrous fire enta[?]ing considerable loss took place at Mr. P. F. Aylett's orchard, near The Rock, during the early hours of the morning, when a large shed, containing ...

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  49. PLAYERS' CLUB IN "THE DOVER ROAD."

    At St. James's Hall, on Thursday, Friday, [?] urday, July 29, 30, and 31, the Players' Club will produce A. A. Mil[?]e's three-act comedy, "The Dover Road," for the first time here. Plans will open at ...

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  50. FORTY-FOUR HOURS.

    The Minister for Works (Mr. A. McCallum) stated to-day that the Government decided to restore a 44-hour week in departments under his control, and that there would not be any ...

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  51. GIRL GUIDES' CONCERT.

    Under the auspices of the local association for Girl Guides, a concert will be held in the Record Reign Hall, St. John's-road, G[?]ebe, on Thursday, July [?] Lady David, the divisional commander, will give a ...

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  52. IN BANKRUPTCY.

    Re A. J. S. Lindsay, ex parte Henry Walters. Mr. De Baum (instructed by Messrs. Mark Mitchell and Co.) appeared for the petitioning creditor. Adjourned to August 1, it having ...

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  53. GLOBE THEATRE.

    Nita Na[?], as the grand opera [?]ar in "Don't Call It Love," which is to be shown at the Globe Theatre to-day, has ample opportunity for the exercise of her personal attractions. Jack [?]lt appears ...

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  54. TRIAL OF DOWNS.

    The trial of George Downs, on a charge of having murdered his wife, Ruby Maud Downs, at S[?]dale, on February 6, was concluded before Mr. Justice Crisp and a jury, after a ...

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  55. MALE CHOIRS.

    Sir,—Mr. Penman, in his final word to-day, still quarrels with my adjudication on the male choir competition held recently, though he now admits that the 100 per cent. has ...

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  56. UNION THEATRES.

    Clive Brook, who appeared with [?]tty Compson recently in "Woman to Woman," and [?]y Compton, the star of Clemence Dane's "Bill of [?]ment" will be seen together at the Crystal Palace Theatre ...

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  57. POST OFFICE TYRANNY.

    Sir,—Your correspondent, Mr. I. Wotton, remarks abouts the new letter-box regulation that it "is probably a good rule, it not too strictly carried out." May I be allowed to ...

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  58. MOTOR CAR EXHAUSTS.

    Sir,—Regarding above subject in your issue of last Saturday, this American doctor has done something, for the motor engineers of the Great Republic, but it seems late to warn ...

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  59. DISTRICT COURT.

    Before the Deputy Registrar.—At 10 a.m.: In the matter of the Workmen's Compensation Act, 1916, and in the matter of an arbitration between Paul A[?]pardi and Railway Commissioners for New South Wales. ...

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  60. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Mr. V. C. Gibbons, in his letter under this heading in your paper of Saturday's date, takes exception to Mr. E. P. Cotton's statement re the Spanish language. As an old ...

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  61. INDUSTRAIAL ARBITRATION COURT.

    Industrial Court House, Queen's-square.—No. 1 Court.— Before his Honor, Mr. Justice Edmonds.—At 10 a.m.— For Hearing: Re Hotel Employees (Metropolitan) award, application by Mrs. A. M. Porter, Woolpack ...

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  62. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES SUCCEEDS

    The action was concluded in which Charles Jamens Lane, a city importer, sued the Bank of Victoria for £25,000 damages. The case arose over the dishonouring by the bank ...

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  63. CHIEF INDUSTRIAL MAGISTRATE'S COURT.

    Queen's-square.—Before the Chief Industrial Magistrate. At 10 a.m.—For hearing: Bartolo v Ci[?], [?] v same, Robinson v Hughes, The United Operative Bricklayers' Trade Society of New South Wales v ...

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  64. N.S.W. BOARD OF TRADE.

    In the Board Room, University-chambers, 7[?] Elisabeth-street.—Further conferences re apprenticeship.—At 10 a.m.: Printing trades. ...

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