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  2. AMUSEMENTS.

    On Monday afternoon Mr. J. C. Williamson will give an extra holiday performance of "The Toreador" in place of the regular Wednesday matince, which will be omitted. "The Toreador" continuce ...

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  3. THE CHURCHES.

    The following appointments of rural deans have been made in the diosese of Gratton and Armidale:— The Rev. C. F. Seymour, rural denn of Lismore; the Rev. H. G. Smith, rural dean of Inverell; and ...

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  4. LAW REPORT.

    Mr. Pilcher, K.C., and Dr. Sly, instructed by Messrs, Norton Smith, and Co., appoared for the clairoants; and the Attorney General (Mr. B. R. Wise, R.C.) and Mr. C. B. Stephen and Mr. J. L. ...

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  5. FOSSICKERS.

    The fossicker is a class of minor mostly found on small fields, or in the neighbourhood ot old alluvial workings. Unllke the prospector, who goes abroad, and seeks for ...

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  6. ABOUT BUCK STARS.

    On a clear, moonless night the sky is set With roany jewels. They sparkle in emerald and ruby; they are pallid with the wan beauty [?]f opal; with Sirius they are elad in diamond ...

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  7. I QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Mr. Herbert Harris, Crown Prosecutor. SENTENCES. Judge Backhouse attended to pass sentences at 9.50 a.m. ...

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  8. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The present great spectacular revival of "As You Like it" at the Theatre Royal will be repeated next week both on Monday afternoon for holiday folk and on Wednesday for the regular matines playgoers. ...

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  9. PALACE THEATRE.

    On Monday afternoon the eight-hour celebution will leave hundred, free for the fun and frolic of Mistakes Will Huppen," of which an extra matmee perforimance will then be given at the Palace ...

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  10. ELECTRIC, LIGHTING.

    Alderman Waine presided at a meeting of the electric lighting committee of the City Council yesterday afternoon. A comunication was received from Messrs. ...

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  11. CRITERION THEATRE.

    "Robbery Under Arms" has proved surprisingly attractive at the Criterion Theatre, whore even Mr. Alfred Dampier himself can hardly have supposerd that the popularity of his strong impersonation of ...

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  12. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    This evening, with the additon of a special holiday matinee on Monday, Mr. William Auderson will revive the favcurite pictorial melodrama, "When London Sleeps." at the Lyceum Theatre. This ...

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  13. LAW NOTICES.

    In Equity.—Before his Honor the Chief Judge in Equity.— At 10 a.m: Dark v. Sheddon (Part heard). Tuesday, October 6. In Equity.—Before the Master in Equity.—At 10 a.m.: ...

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  14. THE CRICKET SEASON.

    This is the first day of the senior cricket competition for seasn 1903.4, a season that promises to [?] as full of interest as any we have had. The first day of October opens the season proper, but in recent ...

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  15. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    An important change of programme will be made this atternoon and evening at the Tivoli Theatre, where Mr. Harry Rickards will introduce Midume Murzolla, " Queen of Feutherdom," and her trained ...

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  16. IN BANKRUPTCY.

    Joseph Francis Anderson, labourer, of 58 Glassopstreet, Balmain, Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee, Elizabeth Frances Davis, married woman, residing at Great Barcom-street, Sydney. Mr, L. T. Lloyd, ...

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  17. ROYAL ART SOCIETY.

    The drawing of the anmual art union will take place at the Royal Art Society's Exhibition this afternoon. The art union is larger than usual this year owing to the fact that each member receives four chances, but ...

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  18. DARLING HARBOUR WHARF RESUMPTION

    Bankruptey Court, Queen's-square, at 10.90 a.m.: Dalton and otbers v the Minister (part heard). ...

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  19. COUNTRY COURTS.

    The dates of hedding the Courts of Quarter Sessions and District Courts at the following towns within the Southwestern districts during the present year have been altered in the manner specified below:— ...

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  20. MISS GILL'S SEASON AT THE PALACE.

    Miss Fitzmaurice Gill, having closed a successful tour of New Zeoland, which has lasted since December 15, will open with melodrama at the Palace Theatre on October 17. This actress, who has ...

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  21. DISTRICT COURT.—Tuesday, October 6.

    Irvin and unother v Scholz (part heard), Hitchcock v M'Leod. Hitchcock v Railway Commissioners of New South Wales. ...

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  22. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—Tuesday, October 6.

    Sophia Lawernce and William Frederick Newland. muider; William Montague Parker, perjury. ...

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  23. QUARTER SESSIONS.—Tuesday. October 6.

    Louis Charlot and louis Leverier, housebreaking; Thomas Kenister, larceny: Alfred Gould, George Luby, and Alfred Dugdale, housebreaking, The jurors summoried for Tueday need not be in ...

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  24. THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS.

    M'Adoo's Fisk Jubilee Singers will this evening open a new season at the Town Hall of the "People's Populur Coneerts," which proved so attractive earlier in the year. There is a general ...

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  25. THE COAL TRADE.

    The coal trade has been brisk this week at Wollongong, full cargoes of coal being taken to Sydney. The Kembla jetty has been laid idle for a few weeks ewing to repairs being ...

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  26. QUEEN'S HALL.—" THE VITAGRAPH."

    This evening the new Vitagraph e[?]tertainment will be opened at the Queen's Hall, undur the direction of Mr F. C. Dawes, who has come from San Franucisco to work this latest American improvement on ...

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  27. PROBATE JURISDICTION.

    Probats has been gratited with respect to the wills of the following deceased persons:—John Bird, Eva E. Hodgo, George Melrose, William Robertson, John Firth, Margaret Riley, James Byrnes, Williamd ...

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  28. MISS ANNIE PERRY'S FAREWELL.

    A'preliminary meeting will he held at the Australia on Tuesday afternoon to arrange a testim[?]al farewell concort to Miss Annie Perry, well known here as a concert soprano. Mr. F. H. C. Browulow is ...

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  29. FLORAL FETE.

    A spring floral fete and moonlight concerts, in aid of the building fund of the Memorial Hall, St. John's Church, Rockdale, are to be given at Brighton Hall during tho four last days of next week. Lady See ...

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  30. DEPUTATION.

    A deputation wanted upon Sir John See yesterday to ask for his s[?]pathy and co-operation in a worldwide movement which has been undertaken by the Animals' Protectin Society to prevent ...

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  31. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

    Mr. Hugh Pollock (Solicitor-General) appeared for the Crown. PERJURY. THE WEISMANTEL DIVORCE CASE. ...

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  32. CONCERT. AND TABLEAUX VIVANTS.D

    The diretors of the Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Institutiou, Newtown, are [?]terested in un entertainment to be given in aid of their organ fund at the Y.M.C.A Hall on October 15. Mr. Arthur Massey ...

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  33. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES.

    The matches set down for to-day [?]- FIRST GR. Waverley v Centrul Cumber land, Waverley Oval. Umpires, Messrs. A. C. Jones and Curran. ...

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  34. THE CYCLORAMA.

    The vivid representation of the Battle of Gottysburp at the Cyclorama has been visited this week by a large number of sighters. The [?]lusions and other novelties add to the attractiveness of the exhibition. ...

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  35. POLICE COURTS.

    At the Central Police. Court yesterday before Mr. G. H. Srnithers, S.M., David D[?]mmelt, 40, and Edward M'Carthy, 37. were charged with blreaking and entering the shop of Edwin Richards, 577 George-street, Sydney, trading as ...

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  36. WIRTH'S CIRCUS.

    The last nights of Wirth's Circus, after a very suciessful season in Sydney, are announced, as the combination is booked to appear at Lithgow on the 6th instant, the first place of call on their country ...

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  37. THE RAINFORD BENEFIT CONCERT.

    Preparations are being rapidly advanced for the teatimonial concert to Mr. Thomas Rainford, which is to be held at the Town Hall on October 14. The best artistic assistance was offered the committees, so ...

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  38. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE.

    Further evidence on the proosal to construct a hue of railway from Carlmgford to Dural was given yesterday before the Public Works Committee. Mr. Dale, Glenorie. was the first witnes. He said ...

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  39. LINNEAN SOCIETY.

    The meeting of the Linnean Society of New South Wales was held at the Linnean Hull, Ithaca-road, Ehzabeth Bay, on Wednesday evening. Mr. Henry Deane, M.A., F.L.S. ...

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  40. INQUEST.

    The Doputy City Coroner (Dr. R. H. Todd) held an inquest yesterday respecting the death of a labourer named William Fearish, 54, litely residing at 428 Bourke-street, Surry Hills. The evidence ...

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  41. BATHURST MUSICAL COMPETITION.

    The third an[?]al competitions of the Bathurst Musical and Literary Association opens in Docember next, and the emtries accordingly close November 25, These competitions, which are elaborately ...

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