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  3. CONTROL OF THE POLICE. INSPECTOR-GENERAL FOSBERY'S ETIREMENT.

    Mr. Fosbery, C.M.G., Inspector-General of Police, has handed his resignation to the Premier, and Sir John See has, though reluctant to do so, accepted it. It will be remembered that Mr, Fosbery has for ...

    Article : 466 words
  4. STATE EDUCATION.

    Those teachers and others who lift up their voices in defence of the presonal system of education often miss the real point because they are under the impression that when ...

    Article : 1,677 words
  5. CHRISTMAS EVE. THE CITY AT NIGHT.

    The state of the weather during the greater part. of yesterday gave every Indication of an inclement Christmas Eve. Until considerably past the hour of noon the sky was obscured ...

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  6. Family Notices

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  7. INDEX. NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 162 words
  8. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  9. THE CHILDREN'S DAY.

    It was children's day in Sydney yesterday beyom a doubt. They flocked in on the arms of fathers and mothers and uncles and aunts, not singly but in whole battalions, from the suburbs and the country. Rarely ...

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  10. Premier's Office,

    Dear Sir,—In acknowledging with extreme regret the receipt of your letter of the l7th instant, intmating your desire to be now relieve from the duties of your office of Inspector-General of Police, ...

    Article : 284 words
  11. TELEPHONE NOS.

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  14. NOTICES.

    Attention is respectfully directed to the following Bules;— NEWS AND CORRESPONDENCE. All communications intended for the news or ...

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  15. MR. FOSBERY'S RECORD.

    Mr. Edmund Walcott Fosbery, C.M.G., whose resigugution as Inspector-General of the New South Wales Polico Force has been accepted, has to hsi credit a unique record of public service in a ...

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  16. THE CHILDREN"S HOSPITAL.

    The present season is eminently one in which the claims of the indigent'sick, especially if they are children, appeal to the practical sympathy of our citizens. A ...

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  17. BUSINESS.

    All letters and communications on business should be addrecssed to JOHN FAIBFAX AND SONS. Advertisement should reach this office [?]ot later than 9 p.m., and to assist in classification should ...

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  18. THE RAILROAD POINT OF VIEW.

    Christmas sentiment, does not express it self in the most sauve and poetic manner at a great railways station on Christmas Eve night The excitement of the moment overwhelms ...

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  19. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The promise of peace at Christmastide this year is clouded by the outlook in the Far East. Our cables describe for us a state of feeling between Russia and Japan ...

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  20. TRAIN AND TRAM TRAFFIC.

    Christmas is the busiest season of the year for the tram and railway authorities Heavy traffic is the rule, luvolving, much preparation and strenuous efforts in dealing with it, as well as the endurance of long ...

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  21. PERSONAL.

    Sir John See will leave for Wentworth Fulls tomorrow, and will return to Sydney on Wednesday next. The estate of the late Mr. Thomas Finney, of ...

    Article : 584 words
  22. CHRISTMAS EVE IN BRISBANE.

    Several sharp showers fell at intervals in Brisbane to-night. As a. result the number of peaple in the streets showed a large falling off as compared with the usual crowds in Brisbane on Christmas Eve. ...

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  23. GROWTH OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.

    As an illustration of the growth of the Police Department during the time Mr. Fosbery has held office it may be mentioned that in 1862 the strength of the police force in the whole colony was ...

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  24. THE MISHAP TO THE ST. GEORGE.;

    The steamer St. George, of the fleet of the North Coast Steam Navigation Company, Limited, which went ashore on Seal Rocks and was subsequently beached to prevent her ...

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  25. TO-DAY.

    St. Andrew's Catherdral Christinas Services, l1 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., Carol Service Tabermacle, Burton-street: Dickens' Christmas Carols. ...

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