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  2. THE ANGLICAN CHURCH.

    On behalf of the members of the Church of England the Archbishop of Sydney desires to publicly express profound sorrow and sympathy at the death of Queen Victoria. ...

    Article : 175 words
  3. THE NEWS IN PARRAMATTA.

    As soon as the sad news was received of the death of her Majesty flags were flown half-mast high, and the church bells were tolled. The news created a gloom over the town. ...

    Article : 39 words
  4. DEEP FEELING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A profound sensation was caused throughout South Australia on the receipt of the news of the death of the Queen this morning. The Government offices and the schools were immediately closed, and ...

    Article : 168 words
  5. POSTPONEMENT OF BICYCLE SPORTS AT MAITLAND.

    Saturday being Anniversary Day, the Maitland Bicycle Club had intended to hold their annual cycle race meeting, but yesterday afternoou Mr. J. Buchanan, the hon. secretary of the Cyclists' Union, ...

    Article : 66 words
  6. ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.

    At the 4 o'clock afternoon service at St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday the Rev. R. J. Read read the prayers. In reciting the collect "for all conditions of men" special supplication was made for the ...

    Article : 46 words
  7. IN MEMORIAM.

    We have received from the New South Wales Bookstall Company a publication entitled "In Memoriam of our late Beloved Ruler, Victoria." It consists of a black-edged opening cover, giving ...

    Article : 246 words
  8. WATER AND SEWERAGE BOARD ADJOURNS.

    When the members of the Water and Sewerage Board met yesterday for the weekly meeting the president (Mr. Jacob Garrard) referred in feeling terms to the death of her Majesty the Queen. He said it ...

    Article : 164 words
  9. EXPRESSION OF SORROW IN HOBART.

    The news of the Queen's death was received hers at 10 o'clock. The regatta had then started, and it was considered advisable to continue; but all flags were half-masted and the band and music stopped. ...

    Article : 131 words
  10. RAILWAY STATIONS DRAPED.

    Upon receipt of the news of the death of the Queen the Railway Commissioners at once gave instructions That the Redfern railway station should be draped, this was carried out in a satisfactory manner. From ...

    Article : 121 words
  11. IN THE STATES.

    The Queen's illness is the all-absorbing topic of conversation. Public anxiety is intense The evening papers yesterday issued special editions until after midnight. To-day the newspaper offices were ...

    Article : 53 words
  12. SYDNEY WOOL SALES.

    At a meeting of the selling brokers held yesterday it was decided that no further sales of wool should be held this week, in consequence of the death of the Queen. The brokers who would have sold ...

    Article : 139 words
  13. SORROW IN NEW ZEALAND.

    There is an aspect of genuine sorrow over the whole community at the death of the Queen. All business, including the Government offices, commercial and shipping, was immediately suspended for ...

    Article : 75 words
  14. THE R.M.S. ALAMEDA.

    The R.M.S. Alameda arrived to-day. Passengers for Sydney:—Captain A. Heidmann, Messrs. J. M. Fuller, E. Brooke, J. C. Chapman wife and son, Miss A. Price, Messrs. J. W. Sandford, C. P. ...

    Article : 48 words
  15. SYMPATHY OF NEWCASTLE.

    Profound regret was expressed by all sections of the community upon the receipt of the news this morning of the death of her Majesty Queen Victoria. Much genuine sorrow was manifested by the ...

    Article : 754 words
  16. ADJOURNMENT OF THE BOTANY COUNCIL.

    The meeting of the Botany Municipal Council was called for last evening. When the aldermen assembled, the Mayor (Alderman Nilson) said it was with feelings of the deepest regret that the council ...

    Article : 86 words
  17. AT THE COURTS.

    When the news arrived of the death of her Majesty the Queen the only Judge sitting for the conduct of business was Mr. Justice Owen. As soon as official confirmation of the report was conveyed to him his ...

    Article : 47 words
  18. THE COUNTRY LEARNS THE NEWS.

    On receipt of the news of the death of our beloved Sovereign, Queen Victoria, great grief was manifested, and heartfelt sorrow and regret expressed by all. A gloom and sadness unprecedented prevail ...

    Article : 3,469 words
  19. THE ANNIVERSARY REGATTA.

    A special meeting of the committee of the Annisversary Regatta was held at the Australia Hotel last evening, Dr. A. Burne presiding. The following motion, proposed by Mr. P. W. Creagh and seconded ...

    Article : 97 words
  20. IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS.

    The numerous tradespeople and residents in the eastern suburbs shared in the general grief at the death of her Majesty the Queen. Abundant evidences of regret were manifested by the numerous flag that ...

    Article : 238 words
  21. ADJOURNMENT OF THE POLICE COURTS.

    Immediately on the receipt of the news of the death of the Queen yesterday morning, the presiding magistrates in the metropolitan district adjourned their respective courts for the remainder of the day. ...

    Article : 38 words
  22. SHIPPING REPORTS.

    Custom-house.—Entered outward: January 23, Barrier, s., for Melbourne, via Newcastle; Omba, s., for Melbourne, via Newcastle. The steamer Wakatipu, from Launceston, via Eden, ...

    Article : 250 words
  23. AMONGST THE SHIPPING.

    Irrespective of nationality, whether American, German, French, Italian, Danish, or Nicaraguan —colours represented aboard foreign vessels in port at present—the tribute of respect was manifest by the ...

    Article : 98 words
  24. TRIBUTES OF VICTORIAN PUBLIC LEADERS.

    The profound regret felt by all section, of the people is voiced by some of the leading public men. Sir George Turner said that the feature of the Queen's life was her womanly, motherly feeling and ...

    Article : 236 words
  25. FEDERAL FREETRADE AND LIBERAL COMMITTEE.

    Immediately upon the sad intelligence of the death of the Queen being made public, the Hon. E. Pulsferd, M.L.C., the vice-president of the Federal Freetrade and Liberal Committee, in the absence of the ...

    Article : 89 words
  26. NEWTOWN AND DISTRICT.

    The receipt of the news of the Queen's death cast a gloom over the residents of Newtown and surrounding districts. Flags were lowered to half-mast on all public buildings in the district including the Town ...

    Article : 115 words
  27. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Arcadia left Colombo on Monday afternoon, the 21st instant. The R.M.S. Alameda arrived at Auckland from San Francisco at 11.45 p.m. on the 22nd instant. ...

    Article : 44 words
  28. AT THE EXCHANGE.

    A large number of members were at the Exchange yesterday when the message was posted, "The Queen is dead." All heads were immediately uncovered. No business was done in ...

    Article : 122 words
  29. THE P. AND O. AND AUSTRALIAN TRADE.

    In his address to the proprietors of the P. and O. Company at the sixtieth annual meeting Sir Thomas Sutherland is reported as saying:—"Going from China to Australia, I find that our business in Australia has considerably ...

    Article : 431 words
  30. THE NEWS AT ASHFIELD.

    Immediately the news of the death of the Queen was received at Ashfield the Mayor (Alderman John Mills) instructed the council clerk to close the offices for the day and display the Union Jack from the ...

    Article : 97 words
  31. GRIEF IN QUEENSLAND.

    The news of her Majesty's death was received by cable in Brisbane a few minutes after 10 o'clock this morning and spread rapidly throughout the city. Though the general feeling of the public from the ...

    Article : 474 words
  32. THE CUSTOM-HOUSE.

    Here business was transacted as usual. No notice in regard to the closing of the building had been received. This came as a surprise to many. Seeing the doors open is if nothing unusual ...

    Article : 72 words
  33. AT BALMAIN.

    When the news officially confirming the death of the Queen was received at Balmain yesterday morning the indications of sympathy and sorrow were general. The Mayor (Alderman Henry Mills) issued ...

    Article : 273 words
  34. DRAPING THE QUEEN'S STATUE.

    Upon the news of the death of her Majesty the Queen reaching him the State Minister for Works at once issued instructions for arrangements to be made for draping with white flowers the statue of her late ...

    Article : 202 words
  35. MOVEMENTS OF THE P. AND O. S.N. COMPANY'S STEAMERS.

    Outwards.—The Oceana arrived at Port Said on the 22nd instant, and is due at Aden on the 28th, Colombo February 2, and and Fremantle 14th. The Areadia left Colombo on the 21st, and is due at Fremantle on the 31st, Adelaide ...

    Article : 117 words
  36. REGRET IN VICTORIA.

    This afternoon the Lieutenant-Governor received a telegram from the Earl of Hopetoun stating that he had received the following cable message from the Secretary of State for the Colonies:—"London, ...

    Article : 1,015 words
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  38. THEATRES REOPEN TO-NIGHT.

    Every theatre in Sydney was closed throughout yesterday as a mark of loyal respect and affection upon the death of the Queen. As the sad news reached Sydney on Wednesday morning, in many ...

    Article : 454 words
  39. ANNANDALE AND LEICHHARDT.

    The Mayors of Annandale (Alderman W. Wells) and Leichhardt (Alderman J. P. Treadgold), upon the receipt of the sad news yesterday morning, at once stopped all work in connection with the ...

    Article : 78 words
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