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  2. SOCIAL.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Mary Lygon travelled to Moss Vale on Tuesday. It is expected they will be absent from Sydney for a fortnight. Lord and Lady Tennyson left Sydney on ...

    Article : 3,983 words
  3. AT THE FRONT.

    We have now rejoined the main column on the railway line, after making pretty well three sides of a square, with the corners at Kroon[?]lad, Lindley, Heilbron, and this place, and after travelling well ...

    Article : 3,454 words
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  5. 'WOMAN'S COLUMN.

    Every traveller who determines to see a little of Europe devotes some time to Italy, and no one can be said to have seen Italy who has not seen Naples—Naples with its beautiful bay and its ...

    Article : 2,929 words
  6. CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

    The Archbishop of Sydney on Sunday morning and evening preached, and in the afternoon administered the [?] of confirmation at Christ Church, Springwood. On Monday afternoon his Grace presided at ...

    Article : 853 words
  7. ROMAN CATHOLIC.

    Cardinal Moran on Sunday morning last visited St. Brendan's Church at Annandale, with a view of making an appeal to the parishioners on behalf of St. Mary's Cathedral, fund. The sum of £80 was ...

    Article : 196 words
  8. ROWING.

    A majority of the associated clubs favour St. Ignatius regatta being held on September 15, although valid objections present themselves. The matter will not be decided until Tuesday, the 14th ...

    Article : 727 words
  9. CONGREGATIONAL.

    The Rev. E.T. Dunstan, of Sydney, has gone on a visit to Hobart, where he will deliver a lecture. At to-morrow's services in the Pitt-street Congregational Church the Rev. F. Binns will occupy the ...

    Article : 426 words
  10. MANLY COTTAGE HOSPITAL.

    Th board of the Manly Cottage Hospital met on Thursday evening. The president (Mr. John Woods) was in the chair, and there were also present Mr. W. H. Fletcher ([?]on, secretary), Dr. L. Watson ...

    Article : 248 words
  11. WESLEYAN.

    It is stated that the difference between the Ballina and Lismore circuits, which has existed for a very long time, has been satisfactorily settled by the President of the Conference, the Rev. W. H. Beale, ...

    Article : 176 words
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  14. BAPTIST

    On Thursday evening last the Carlton Baptist Church celebrated the extinction of the debt upon the building. The Revs. E. Price, W. Allen, and the paster (Rev. R. J. Middleton) took part. ...

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