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  3. THE WEEK IN LONDON.

    The State procession to Parliament of the King and the Queen for the reading of the Speech from the Throne, and the brilliant display of ceremonial in the House of Lords, ...

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  5. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION.

    Including the North Coast railway—the progress ot which was referred to last week— the estimated cost of railways under construction and authorised is 4[?] millions ...

    Article : 413 words
  6. LAW NOTICES.

    Industrial Court-house, Queen's square, Sydney,—Before the industrial Registrar.—At 10 a.m.: S[?]ses for penalty to be mentioned and adjourned: Morrish Chatean (5), Waters v F.C. Page (3), same v W ...

    Article : 152 words
  7. REMINISCENCE, OF BURRAGORANG.

    Sir,—I have known Burragorang since 1856 In 1864, with my friend, the late Alexander Oliver, we dpent the Easter week shooting in the valley. Having tramped from Picton, we ...

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  8. EMPIRE FORESTS.

    Sir,—Your leader on the above very important as well as serios subject is well timed (permit me to say), and amid the many large Australian subjects should receive practical ...

    Article : 802 words
  9. SUBURBAN NEWS.

    At a meeting of the Queenslelift, Freshwater, and Harbord Tramway League held at the Kiosk, Freshwater, a letter was received from the Works Department promising to have the proposed routed investigated. The ...

    Article : 90 words
  10. DREDGING COOK'S RIVER.

    A number of owners of property on the banks of Cook's River and Wolli Creck have indicated their williagness to receive the material dredged from the river on to their land. This removes a departmental ...

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  11. CONCORD MAYORAL MINUTE.

    Alderman H.A. Goddard, in retiring from the Mayoral chair of concord in favour of Alderman H. Hiller, presented the council with a minute which indicated the great progress made by the municipality during the ...

    Article : 366 words
  12. DISTRICT COURT.

    Before his Honor Judge Backhouse at 10 a.m.—Motion Branic v Chief Comissioner for Railways and Tramways Causes: Taylor v Claye (part heard, not before noon), N.S.W. Realty Company, Limited, v Bray ...

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  13. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30.

    Cause Lists.—Banco Court, St. James-road, Sydney. Perterson v Chief Commissioner for Railways and TRamways (part heard), Brown v the Minister. No. 1 Causes (in No. 4 Court, King-street).—Evens ...

    Article : 207 words
  14. BEECROFT SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    On Saturday Mr. Wade, the Premier, accompanied by Mrs. Wade, visited Beceroft for the purpose of opening the new hall of the School of Arts. A large gathering assembled in the building, which was ...

    Article : 139 words
  15. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

    Peter Brady, murder. ...

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  17. A KOGARAH REFERENDUM.

    The second attempt to raise additional revenue for the North Ward of Kogarah was place before the ratepayers of tht ward on Saturday by referendum, demanded by a sufficient number of ratepayers, on the ...

    Article : 293 words
  18. MILITARY.

    Detachments from albary, wagga, Junee, Narrandera, Ta[?]ut, Temora, Wyalong, Cootamundra, Murrumburrah, Yass, Couburn, and Young, forming portion of the second southern battalion, paraded here ...

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  19. FOLT COMPARISON.

    Mr. G. E. Spark,town clerk of Ashfield, has prepared a tabulatd statement showing the relation of items of espenditure in the councils of the metropolitan area to those of revenue. The information consists ...

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  20. CAMP OF INSTRUCTION AT COOTAMUNDRA.

    The officers and non-commissioned officers of the southern battalion of senior Cadets went under canvas on the showground on Monday, under the command of Major F.J. Alderson, O.C. Eightenn officers ...

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