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  2. THE BANQUET.

    [?]50 attended the banquet at the showground here. The sports were proceeding, and they were attended by about 6000. Alderman Bloore, the Mayor, presided at the banquet. In proposing the toast of ...

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  3. TRADES AND LABOUR. THE COLD STORAGE TRADE.

    The dispute which has existed between employers and employces in the cold storage trade reached yesterday an acute stage. Two conferences between tho contending parties have now been held, but ...

    Article : 1,512 words
  4. VICTORIA. CARPENTERS' STRIKE.

    Owing to the free hand given to its members by the Contractors and Builders' Association the carpenters strke has lost it[?] importance as an industrial dispute. The association still refuses to recognise ...

    Article : 310 words
  5. BRITAIN'S INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS.

    At the eleventh annual dinner of the Institute of Marine Engineers held in London last month Sir Thomas Sutherland, G.C.M.G., chairman of the P. and O.Company,in proposing the toast " Our Ships, ...

    Article : 1,000 words
  6. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Oriental Hotel, Wellington (N.Z.), and two adjoining premises have been destroyed by fire. The hotel was full of boarders. There were many narrow escapes. Several persons were injured by ...

    Article : 154 words
  7. SIMULTANEOUS MISSION.

    One of the most pleasing features of the simultaneous mission which is being conducted in Sydney and suburbs, and has now entered on its second week is that large congregations have been ...

    Article : 346 words
  8. NEWCASTLE. A CHARGE OF ASSAULT AND ROBBERY.

    At the City Court to-day a labourer named Edward M'Kenzic, 29, was charged with having, in company, assaulted one Abdul Azyes with intent to rob him. The prosecutor deposed that on the night ...

    Article : 187 words
  9. UNIVERSITY REORGANISATION.

    In the memorandum prepared by the special committee setting forth the needs of the Melbourne University it is stated that the Melbourne University is striving with a total revenue of £28,000 to ...

    Article : 163 words
  10. PUBLIC MEETING AT WICKHAM.

    A public meeting of residents of the municipality of Wickham, convened by the Mryor in response to an in[?]entrally signed requisition, was held in the Wickham Council-chambers to-night for the ...

    Article : 127 words
  11. BETTING PROSECUTIONS.

    Les [?] Gardiner was fined £20, with three guineas costs, in default three months' imprisonment, for using a house, No. 223 Malvern-rood, for betting purposes. Henry Chandler, was, on a similar ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. HYDE PARK.

    There was a very large attend at the evening service yesterday in Hyde Park, which was conducted by Dr.Guinness, assisted by the Revs.W.G.Taylor and E.Moore. A vigorous address was delivered by ...

    Article : 58 words
  13. DEMONSTRATION IN AID OF THE TAILORESSES.

    A largely attended meeting of delegates from the puncipal labour unions of the Newcastle district was held to-night for the purpose of making arrange ments for a demonstration with the object of raising ...

    Article : 169 words
  14. BELMORE PARK.

    The mission in the Belmore Park tent has been prosecuted with much enthusiasm, and nightly there have been large congregations present, The meetings have been characterised by great earnestness, and a ...

    Article : 76 words
  15. THE POLITICAL SITUATION.

    When the Legrslative Council meets the Supply Bill will be put through the neccssary stages. when an intimation reaches tho Assembly that the Supply Bill is passed, Mr. Irvine will give nolice of his ...

    Article : 54 words
  16. DESCRIPTION OF THE LINE.

    The question of connecting Inverell with the railway system of the State has been considered for many years. Routes have been proposed for a connection with the Great Northern line at Glen Innes, ...

    Article : 527 words
  17. THE WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales to-day a large and attractive selection was offered. Competition was very brisk at late rates. Out of 5015 bales offered 4421 bales were sold. Greasy merino sold up to 11d, greasy ...

    Article : 47 words
  18. SURRY HILLS.

    The mission began at the north end in the Congregational Church on Sunday, the 24th instant. There was a large united Sunday-school gathering in the afternoon. The Rev.James Lyall preached ...

    Article : 56 words
  19. SIR HECTOR MACDONALD.

    Sir Hector MacDonald was entertained at lunch by Sir Malcolm M'Encharn at the Australian Club to-day. Subsequently Sir Hector MacDonald paid a visit to the Stock Exchange, where he was ...

    Article : 429 words
  20. SHIPPING MOVEMENTS.

    The steamer Nairnshire cleared at the Customshouse to-day for London, via South Africa and Sydney, with 6197 carcases mutton. The exports to Auckland, New Zealand, by the steamer Walkare ...

    Article : 133 words
  21. MILLER'S POINT.

    Owing to the gale last evening it was deemed inconvenient to conduct the mission service in the tent at Miller's Point, and the congregation adjourned to Trinity Church, which is close by, the service being ...

    Article : 54 words
  22. UNVEILING A MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN.

    There was a large and representative gathering at Decreoft on Sunday afternoon last, the occasion being the arveiling of the drinking fountain erected by public subscription on the village ...

    Article : 258 words
  23. IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS.

    The services now being conducted at Waverley by Mr.Robert Robertson (of thr Evangelisation Society of Victoria) have been attended with success Crowds attend the services at the tent nightly. The missioner ...

    Article : 63 words
  24. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

    At the Hotal Arcadia last evening a meeting of returned soldiers was held for the purpose of considering the advisability of holding a "south African Day" in connection with the soldiers who have ...

    Article : 246 words
  25. THE CARRINGTON STREETS.

    At the last meeting of the Carrington Municipal Council the following resolution was [?]rrted:— "That whereas several pentions of our aligned public streets are used exclusively for coal traffic, and ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. PADDINGTON-WOOLLAURA.

    Both tents in the Paddington-Woollabra district have proved too small for the congregations that assemble to hear the Gospel preached. Those who are leading in the mission work include the Rev.Dr. ...

    Article : 112 words
  27. THE COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The quantity of coal shipped at the Government hydraulic cranes at the Dyke for State, interstate, and foreign consumption during the departmental week ended this morning was 58,351 tons, as ...

    Article : 298 words
  28. WATSON'S BAY TENT.

    The mission services at Watson's Bay have been conducted at the Congregational Hall.The Rev.E. Price, the mission preacher, has bad the assistance of the Rev.W.G.Taylor, Mr.H.Selwood Austin, Mr. ...

    Article : 45 words
  29. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    Sailed from Lyttelton, Kilburn, s., for Durban. Arrived at Auckland, Zealandia, s., from Sydney. (For continuation of Shipping Intelligence we Page 6.) ...

    Article : 166 words
  30. LATE MINING.

    On the Exchange to-day quotations were:— Tasmania Gold Mines, buyer £6 2s., seller £6 5s; Magnet, buyer 27s, seller 29s:chillsgoe Railway and Mines, buyer 4s, seller 4s 6d; Mount Lyell,buyer 78s ...

    Article : 78 words
  31. MARRICKVILLE.

    St.Clement's, Marrickville, was packed at each service on Sunday to such an extent that extra chairs had to be arranged along the aisle to accommodate the worshippers. The services were conducted by ...

    Article : 91 words
  32. THE STATUS OF SUFFRAGAN BISHOPS.

    In the Manchester diocesan conference, according to mail news to hand to-day, both laymen and clergymen indulged in plain speaking, so much so as occasionally to call for pointed rebuke from Bishop ...

    Article : 290 words
  33. ACTIVITY IN THIS WYALONG DISTRICT.

    Great activity prevails in mining circles,and many old mines that had been abandoned are now producing good stone. O'Donnell and party of tributers, on the eastern reef of the Golden Fleece, are raising ...

    Article : 128 words
  34. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The mails which left Sydney per R.M.S. Arcadia on October 28 arrived in London on November 23. ...

    Article : 25 words
  35. AUBURN.

    The first meetings in connection with the Simultancous Massion in The Auburn district were opened on Sunday, the 24th instant, by united service for children from the various churches. The building ...

    Article : 186 words
  36. QUEENSLAND.

    In connection with the large reductions in the number of railway maintenance men the Railway Department has decidpd in order to have work done as expeditiously as possible to purchase 100 Sheffield ...

    Article : 273 words
  37. PASSENGERS SAILING PER R.M.S. SONOMA TO-DAY.

    The following is a list of passengers booked per the A. and A.liner, R.M.S.Sonoma, which leaves the company's berth, eastside Circular Quay, at 1 p.m. to-day for Auckland, Pago pago,Honolulu, and San Francisco, including ...

    Article : 324 words
  38. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINES.

    As a set-off to the persistent decline in the price of Great Boulder shares the management have made the following official announcement bearing on last month's work:—"The No. 8 level is now 490ft. ...

    Article : 281 words
  39. THE DROUGHT IN CENTRAL QUEENSLAND.

    A Longreach message states that Mr. William Riley, a well-known commission agent, has just returned to Longreach from a trip to Beetoota, buying horses for South Africa. He bought 150 head. ...

    Article : 259 words
  40. PARRAMATTA DISTRICT. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The Parramatta Court of Quarter Sessions was opened on Monday before Judge Heydon. Mr.A. F.Dawson was Crown prosecutor. NEW JUSTICES. ...

    Article : 333 words
  41. THE TAILORESSES' STRIKE.

    In anticipation of any tailoresses returning to work yesterday morning at Messrs. Anthony Hordern and Sons' factory.strong pickets from the Tailoresses' Union were out early to intercept and dissusde them ...

    Article : 686 words
  42. HARBOUR REMOVALS.

    Yesterday the Stettin berthed at Cowper W[?]. The four-masted barque Crocodile moves from Darling Harbour to Dalton's wharf to-day, the Sussex from land dock to pyrmont, the Corunna from Walker's wharf ...

    Article : 61 words
  43. RAILWAY TO CASSILIS.

    A deputation consisting of members of the Singleton and South Singleton councils and other prominent residents met the Railway Commissioners, Messrs. Oliver, Fehon, and Kirkealdie, at the railway station ...

    Article : 296 words
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  45. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Notwithstanding the effects of red rust and the considerable quantity of wheat cut for hay the Minister for Agriculture, who has just returned from a visit of inspection in the lower north, is still ...

    Article : 193 words
  46. WAIHI GOLD-MINING COMPANY.

    The Waihi Gold-mining Company has declared a dividend of 2s 6d per shara on the old issue, and interest at the rate of 5 per cent.on the new issue. ...

    Article : 37 words
  47. QUEENSLAND BORDER RAILWAY.

    The Brisbane "Telegraph" of November 20 publishes the following letter, which was received from the Chief Secretary's office in reply to petition, extensively signed, asking for the rail way to the ...

    Article : 190 words
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  49. CONFIRMATION AT ST. JOHN'S.

    On Sunday afternoon a confirmation service was held in St.John's Church, Parramatta, when 36 candidates were presented to the Archbishop of Sydney by Archdeacon Gunther and the Revs. J. A. ...

    Article : 130 words
  50. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. EXPORT OF GOLD.

    The gold shipment by the R.M.S. Oceana for London was £172,500, and included 167,000 sovereigns and ore bullion valued at £5500. ...

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  51. THE LATE BISHOP CHALMERS.

    Further memorial services in connection with the death of Bishop Chalmers, were held in St. Saviour's Cathedral yesterday, the preacher being the Rev. Willoughby Flower. There were large ...

    Article : 84 words
  52. FISHERIES LEGISLATION.

    A mass meeting of fishermen was held at Smith's Hotel, Tuggerah Lakes, on Saturday last, to discuss the question of fisherles legislation. Mr. Thomas Duncan presided. The secretary announced that ...

    Article : 73 words
  53. THE MINISTERIAL CAMPAIGN.

    The election campaign is proceeding Mr. Leake has visited Coolgardie, where he addressed a mass meeting, urging that Mr. Morgans be rejected. Dr. Ellis will probably oppose Mr. Morgans, who ...

    Article : 50 words
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