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  2. THE REV. E. T. DUNSTAN.

    At the Protestant Hall yesterday afternoon [?] meeting of the friends of the Rev. E. Tremayne Dunstan was held for the purpose of enabling him to give a public explanation of the reasons which ...

    Article : 1,116 words
  3. MOUNT KEMBLA COLLIERY DISASTER.

    The Royal Commission appointed by the Government to inquire into the cause of the explosion which occurred at the Mount Kembla Colliery on July 31 last, resulting in the death of 95 persons, commenced ...

    Article : 2,088 words
  4. PROTECTION FROM FIRE.

    The contributions to the Fire Brigades Board this year have been fixed at £45,450. Last year the amount raised was £30,600, so that the increase in the rates will be £14,850, or nearly 50 per cent. ...

    Article : 310 words
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    Advertising : 3,045 words
  6. WHAT SUPERINTENDENT WEBB SAYS.

    "For several years past," replied Superintendent Webb, when spoken to on the subject by a "Herald" representative, "the cost of carrying on the Metropolitan Fire Birgade has been ...

    Article : 249 words
  7. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE.

    The Public Works Committee met yesterday afternoon, and further considered the proposal to construca line of railway from Eden to Bega. Mr. J. M'Fart lane, M.L.A., presided. ...

    Article : 163 words
  8. PROPOSED BREAKWATER AT BERMAGUI.

    Mr. Davis was then examined with regard to the expediency of constructing a breakwater at Bermag[?] He deposed that Mr. Henry Clarke, M.L.A., [?] brought the proposal under the notice of the ...

    Article : 450 words
  9. DISCUSSION BY THE LEICHHARDT COUNCIL.

    Considerable discussion took place at Monday night's meeting of the Leichhardt Council regarding the correspondence between Alderman Taylor (representative of the municipal councils on the Fire ...

    Article : 723 words
  10. INTERVIEW WITH ALDERMAN W. TAYLOR.

    Alderman William Taylor (Rockdale), who has for several years past represented the suburban councils on the Fire Rrigades Board, informed a "Herald" reporter yesterday that he anticipated ...

    Article : 821 words
  11. THE DROUGHT BROKEN!

    Sir,—I have been occupied for the past ten days out west in endenvouring to save and carry cast a lot of 18,000 bre[?]ding ewes recently purchased. Thousands of people out west are not ...

    Article : 706 words
  12. THE PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD.

    The term of office of Messrs. G. A. Wilson and Joseph Barling, two of the Public Service Commissioners, will expire on January 15, and the Government has decided by resolution of Cabinet to ...

    Article : 612 words
  13. THE TIMBER INDUSTRY.

    Comparatively in the time that Mr. C. C. Lance, the commercial agent of New South Wales in London, has been away a good deal of correspondence has passed between him and the State Government ...

    Article : 467 words
  14. THE CARDINAL AND SAMOA.

    Sir,—In your issue of December 31, 1902, Cardinal Moran is reported as having made certain remarks on the late Samoan war, in the course of which he is represented as saying that,—"Every ...

    Article : 515 words
  15. VIEWS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD.

    "I am perfectly well aware that the suburban councils will 'kick' at the increased contributions," remarked Mr. T. J. Bown, the president of the Fire Brigades Board, "but it is the suburban aldermen ...

    Article : 484 words
  16. INQUESTS.

    The death of a woman named Elizabeth Lewis formed the subject of an inquiry by the City Coroner (Mr. J. C. Woore) at the Lloyd Hotel yesterday. Evidence was given that deceased, who had ...

    Article : 167 words
  17. SAVE YOUR HAIR.

    This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes [?]ust, s[?]les, and dandruff, soothes [?]ritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair [?]cles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and [?]kes the ...

    Article : 251 words
  18. REDFERN LICENSING COURT.

    The annual Licensing Court for the Police Distric of Redfern was held yesterday at the local court-house, and was presided over by Mr. Isancs, S. M. Hawkers' licenses were granted to 63 Syrians and ...

    Article : 139 words
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