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  2. AMUSEMENTS. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    This afternoon the regular matinee performance of "The Eternal City" will be given at Her Majesty's Theatre. The success of Hall Caine's drama may be attributed to the ceremonial exactnes of the scenes ...

    Article : 62 words
  3. TRAMWAY MEN'S TROUBLES.

    In accordance with resolutions passed at mass meetings of the New South Wales Government Tramway Employees' Union a number of delegates, appointed for the purpose, ...

    Article : 1,694 words
  4. ROYAL COMMISSION ON SHEARING.

    The Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the organisation and bona-fides of the Machine Shearers and Shed Employees' Union sat at Darlinghurst yesterday. There were ...

    Article : 2,748 words
  5. COUNTRY NEWS. THE CHURCHES.

    The result of the Gift Sunday offerings, on behalf of the rectory debt fund in the different Churches of England in this parish, amounted to over £50, but further sums are ...

    Article : 93 words
  6. TECHNICAL COLLEGE EXHIBITION.

    This afternoon an exhibition of the work of students at the Technical Collegs will be opened to the public, and will re[?]n open for three days—in the afternoons from 3 o'clock till 5, and in the evenings ...

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  7. THEATRE ROYAL.

    This afternoon the last matinee of "The Belle of New York" will be given at the Theatre Royal, where, after the present run, this vivacious musical comedy is not likely to be seen again for some years. On Saturday ...

    Article : 59 words
  8. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    At the Lyceum Theatre Mr. William Anderson's company is drawing large audiences with "The 10.30 Down Express," a drama which includes a sensational attempt to wreck a train by drugging the signal man. The ...

    Article : 50 words
  9. RELICS OF ABORIGINALS.

    Senior-constable Lewis, of Sutherland, was informed by a man named Joseph Large that, whilst working at some excavating at Gunamatta Bay, for Mr. Graham, of Summer Hill, ...

    Article : 84 words
  10. PALACE THEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening, at the Palace Theatre, Mr. George Stephenson's American company will present their mirthful piece, "Brown's in Town." Large audiences have followed the appearance of Mr. Chas. ...

    Article : 54 words
  11. CRITERION THEATRE

    After a long absence, the Hawtrey Comedy Company will reopen in Sydney at the Criterion Theatre from Saturday, February 20. On that evening Mr. W. F. Hawtrey will produce "The Lady from Ostend" for the ...

    Article : 63 words
  12. HAWKESBURY, BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of members of the Hawkesbury Benevolent Society and Hospital was held yesterday. The receipts for the past year amounted to £1200 3s 11d, and the ...

    Article : 156 words
  13. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    Mr. Harry Hickards's company will give their customary matinee at the Tivoli Theatre to-day. The strong new entertainment will include the three Dumonds in their musical act., Mile, Vulcana and M. ...

    Article : 58 words
  14. MISS NORA LONG'S FAREWELL.

    Miss Nora Long was fortunate in her farewell at the Centenary Hall last night. The attendance was large and she was herself in good voice. The soprano originally came here from New Zealand in June, 1902, ...

    Article : 485 words
  15. THE BONUS BILL.

    A meeting of the Eskbank Ironworkers' Association has been held to determine the lines on which it would be best for them as a body to approach Federal Ministers, and urge the ...

    Article : 118 words
  16. SHALE MINERS' WAGES.

    A report from Airly, in the Capertee district, is as follows:—"The question of the increased hewing rate at the shale mine has been further advanced. The change of ...

    Article : 70 words
  17. THE HOSPITALS.

    Mr. J. A. Martin has been elected president of the Tamworth Hospital. Messrs. A. J. Creagh and L. C. Daniell were re-elected secretary and treasurer respectively. The ...

    Article : 228 words
  18. MISS CLARE SCARR'S CONCERT.

    At her rentree at the Centenary Hall to-morrow night Miss Clare Scarr will sing a group of classic and modern songs chosen with a view to comparative novelty and freshness. The list will include "Quand la Flamme ...

    Article : 88 words
  19. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS.

    The monthly meeting of the Sydney Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of New South Wales was held last night at St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street. The Moderator, the Rev. W. Mackenzie, ...

    Article : 350 words
  20. MISS LILIAN BETHELL'S BENEFIT.

    At the Queen's Hall to-night the Sydney Muffs will produce the romantic drama "Harvest," as a complimentary benefit to Miss Lilian Bethell. This promising actress, one of Col. D'Orsay Ogden's clevere[?] ...

    Article : 86 words
  21. MR. LAWRENCE CAMPBELL.

    At the new St. James' Hall (Phillip-street), Mr. Lawrence Campbell will to-morrow evening give a humours[?]us and dramatic recital. The popular [?]ocutiontst will bring forward entirely new numbers, including a scene ...

    Article : 96 words
  22. THE POTTERY INDUSTRY.

    The news that a pottery factory is about to be established in this State is causing considerable stir in the district. An expert's opinion has been obtained on the local clay, ...

    Article : 103 words
  23. SYDNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 128 words
  24. MISS MAUD DALRYMPLE'S FAREWELL.

    Miss Maud Dalrymple's farewell concert is being energetically organised for February 20, at the Town Hall. Excellent artistic support has been secured for the departing contralto, including Misses Violet Mount. ...

    Article : 68 words
  25. PARRAMATTA DISTRICT.

    Two old and respected residents of Parramatta and adherents of All Saints' Church of England. Mrs. Jefferies and Mrs. Ashby, passed away during the last fortnight, and on Sunday evening a memorial ...

    Article : 120 words
  26. MLLE. YVONNE LEVERRIER'S CONCERT.

    M[?]le. Yvonne Leverrier's pianoforte recital and concert is fixed for March 5, at the Town Hall. Mil[?]. Leverrier is a strong and brilliant player, whose first professional appearance in her own country should ...

    Article : 49 words
  27. MUNICIPAL.

    The annual meeting of the Progress Association was held to-night. The report showed that the association had done good work during the year, in looking after matters of ...

    Article : 134 words
  28. DOUBLE BAY JUNIOR C. C.

    The Double Bay Junior Cricket Club held a successful concert in the Double Bay Hall on Friday. An attrative programme brought together over 300 people. The principal soloists were Miss Eisle M'Lachlan, Miss E. ...

    Article : 75 words
  29. RAILWAY APPEAL BOARD ELECTION.

    Sir,—Mr. Griffith evidently imagines he is to have a monopoly of the public ear upon the subject of union splitting, and may I say that I have with some hesitancey felt compelled to follow him into the public ...

    Article : 716 words
  30. AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    The fourteenth annual show of the Luddenham Agricultural Society was opened to-day on the society's grounds under the most favourable auspices. The weather was ...

    Article : 380 words
  31. "THE MIKADO" AT MOSMAN.

    This evening, on Friday, and on Saturday, the Mosman Musical Society will give performances of "The Mikado" at the Mosman Town Hall. Mr. Ernest Truman will conduct, and the cast will include leading ...

    Article : 44 words
  32. THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—It will be of interest to many to dispel your correspondents's (Mr. Fred. Walsh) doubts as to the legality of the appointment of the Commonwealth Commissioner of Patents by the Federal Executive ...

    Article : 131 words
  33. GLEBE MUSICAL SOCIETY.

    To-night the Glebe Musical Society will hold one of their popular harbour excursion concerts on board the steamer Lady Rawson. The orchestra and chorus will render a miscellaneous programme under the ...

    Article : 53 words
  34. THE CYCLORAMA.

    Every day witnesses large attendances of interested spectators of the famous battle scene, Gettysburg, now being vividly pourtrayed at the Cyclorama. New films have been supplied to the cinematograph, and ...

    Article : 58 words
  35. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions, before his Honour Judge Docker, John B. Monckman answered to a charge of having, on January 8th, at Hartley Vale, maliciously set fire to a ...

    Article : 245 words
  36. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT.

    This evening, under the auspices of the Unitarian Church Literary Society, an entertainment will be given in which special features will be recitations by Mr. Harold Hazell, and the Balcony Scene from ...

    Article : 70 words
  37. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—It is an old French proverb that he who attempts to excuse himself succeeds only in accusing himself. So with jour correspondent "Patent Attorney." Excuse No. 1: "The Act has ...

    Article : 732 words
  38. COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT.

    At the North Sydney School of Arts on Monday evening a complimentary musical performance was tendered to Mr. P. Finn, dramatic author and journalist, by his friends at North Sydney. The attendance was large, ...

    Article : 87 words
  39. LEGACIES FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANIMALS.

    Sir,—Throughout the world are to be found benevolent persons whose benevolence extends beyond that which is due from one to another in time of suffering, I refer to those who feel deeply for the many ...

    Article : 477 words
  40. PUBLIC BILL-POSTERS.

    Sir,—I admire the pertinacions way in which the Sydney Harbour Foreshores' Preservation League is pursuing its object to prevent as far as possible the harbour and other scenes of beauty from being ...

    Article : 241 words
  41. SCARLET FEVER.

    Ten cases of scarlet fever were reported in town yesterday, and the infection is spreading. There are also two cases on enteric fever. The local schools have been ...

    Article : 36 words
  42. SOUTH COAST.

    A referendum of the ratepayers has been taken on the question of a trial survey for a water supply. The polling resulted—Yes, 22; no, 71. ...

    Article : 746 words
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