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  2. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THE "HERALD" MAP.

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  3. FOOTBALL.

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  4. THE MAILS.

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  5. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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  6. Advertising

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  7. AMUSEMENTS. MISS VERA SULLIVAN'S CONCERT.

    Mr. Walter Thorman introduced Misa Vera Sullivan at a vocal recital and concert at the Conservatorium last night, when the young singer, who was warmly welcomed by a large audience, revealed a soprano ...

    Article : 175 words
  8. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—Sept. 9.

    Hexham, s, 1835 tons, Captain Mcphail, from Melbourne. Brown and Co., Ltd., agents. Wallsend, s, 500 tons, Captain Rale, from Wellington. Rosenfeld and Cp., agents. ...

    Article : 195 words
  9. INNISFAIL CHURCH CONCERT.

    An entertainment of varied interest in aid of the rebuilding fund of the English Church at Innisfail (N.Q.) attracted an audience at St. James's Hall last night, at which the sketch "Thirteen," brightly ...

    Article : 148 words
  10. DEPARTURES.—Sept. 9.

    Wakatipu, s, for Launceston. St. Louis, s, for Noumea. Alert, sen, for San Francisco. Houtman, s, for Melbourne. ...

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  11. PROJECTFD DEPARTURES.—Sept. 10.

    Makambo, s, for Lord Howe, Norfolk Islands, and New Hebrides; Bombala, s, for Melbourne; Wodonga, s, for Townsville, via ports; Taviual, s, for Devonport; Kinchela, s, for the Macleay River; ...

    Article : 72 words
  12. MADAME JENSEN'S STUDENTS.

    The students of the above academy of music gave their usual monthly invitation concert on Thursday last in the L.O.O.F. Concert Hall, when the soloists taking part were:—Pianoforte, Amelia Berquist, Irene ...

    Article : 85 words
  13. STEAMER DUE TO-DAY.

    [?] s, from San Francisco, via ports. ...

    Article : 11 words
  14. CLEARANCES.—Sept. 9.

    Karani, s, Captain Grant, for Brisbane. Merimbola, s, Captain O'Connor, for Brisbane. Tintenber, s, Captain Drew, for Melbourne. Taviuni, s, Captain Davies, for Newcastle. ...

    Article : 56 words
  15. THE SUNSHINE GIRLS.

    The Sunshine Girls singed a revue in aid of the local branch of the Red Cross Society at the new Town Hall, Hyde, before a packed audience, which included the Mayor, aldermen, and officers, as well as representative ...

    Article : 74 words
  16. PASSENGERS BY MAKAMBO.

    Borns, Philp, and Co.'s steamer Makambo, sails to-day at 4 p.m., from Federal Wharf, for the New Hebrides, via Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands. Her list of passengers consists of the following:—Messrs. ...

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  17. MR. W. J. COAD'S FAREWELL.

    At the Conservatorium Hall to-day Mr. W. J. Coad will give his last violin recital, including the "Kreutzer Sonata," with Mr. W. H. Fletcher, as pianist, "Concerto in E" (Bach), and Concerto ...

    Article : 64 words
  18. SONOMA DUE TO-DAY.

    The American mail steamer Sonoma is due to arrive at about 7 o'clock this morning from San Francisco, via ports. On her arrival she will berth at Circular Quay. ...

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  19. ENTERTAINMENT DE LUXE.

    Mrs. Walter Plogsted has organised an "Entertainment de Luxe" for to-morrow evening at the Repertory Theatre in aid of a fund for lifting the furnishing debt on the King-street Cafe of the ...

    Article : 49 words
  20. BAR HARBOURS.

    Low water soundings: Cape Hawks, bar 3ft 6in, rise 4ft 3in, crossing 7ft, rise of tide 2ft 2in; South-West Rocks, bar 5ft 9in, rise of tide 3ft 11in, crossing 8ft rise of tide 3ft 7in; Port Macquarie, bar 8ft, ...

    Article : 62 words
  21. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    BYRON BAY (345m).—Inward: Sept. 3, Orara, s, at midnight. Passed: Sept. 9, Junee, s, 8 a.m. RICHMOND RIVER HEADS (231m).—Sept. 9, Burringbar, s, and Poonbar, s, harbound inside. Passed: ...

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  22. MRS. THELEAVEN'S CONCERT.

    Mrs. Walter Treleaven will give a piano recital at the King's Hall on Thursday evening next, when she will play Sonata, On 27, No. 2 (Beethoven), Rhapsodie No. 2 (Liszt), and pieces by Wieniawski, Chopin, ...

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  23. MISS GWYN SMITH'S RECITAL.

    At St. James's Hall on Thursday evening next the pupils of Miss Gwyn Smith will give an elocutionary recital, assisted by Misses Dorrie Ward, Alice Devlin, and Vera Collis. The plan is at Palling's. ...

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  24. ANIMALS' PROTECTION SOCIETY.

    The Merrymakers, under the direction of Mrs. Renneth Donaldson, will give an entertainment at St. James's Hall next Friday evening in aid of the Animals Protection Society of N.S.W. A smart ...

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  25. WELSH CHORAL SOCIETY.

    The Welsh Choral Society is giving a patriotic concert at the Town Hall on Saturday, the 21st inst, in aid of the Lord Mayor's Patriotic Fund. Elgar's "Banner of St. George" will be rendered, with a ...

    Article : 95 words
  26. MR. CHARLES' SMYTHE.

    At the Conservatorium Hall next Saturday evening a concert will be given by Mr. Charles Smythe (basso), assisted by his pupils and Mr. Carl Cotch ('cellist), Mr. Jack Sheehan (cornetist), and Miss E. Leiper, ...

    Article : 54 words
  27. MISS KINGSBURY'S STUDENTS.

    The pupils of Miss Stella Kingsbury will give two different elocutionary recitals on Monday, 16th, and Wednesday, 18th September, in St. James's Hall, when the assisting artists will be Misses Dorrie Ward, Leila ...

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  28. WALTER BENTLEY PLAYERS.

    At the King's Hall on Thursday, September 19, the Walter Bentley Players will vive a performance on behalf of the Lord Mayor's Patriotic Fund. Mr. Walter Bentley will appear in a Russian episode entitled ...

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  29. WYNNE ART PRIZE.

    It is announced by the directors of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales that the Wynne art prize for the year 1917 has been awarded to Mr. W. Lister Lister. ...

    Article : 36 words
  30. USING A ROOM FOR BETTING.

    At the Central Police Court yesterday Bertram Hawthorne, 31, a motor-maker, was charged with having used a room on the ground floor of the North British Hotel, ...

    Article : 77 words
  31. LONG-DISTANCE WALK.

    Fred Jennings walked from Hill End to Bathurst, 54½ miles, in 10 hours 40 minutes, allowing for time spent in collecting £50 for the local repatriation fund. Owing to an injury he has put his Bathurst-Sydney walk ...

    Article : 64 words
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