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  2. ARCHBISHOP REDWOOD'S SERMON. REFERENCES IN THE CHURCHES.

    IN many of the churches in the city and suburbs on Sunday references were made from, the pulpit to the statements in Archbishop Redwood's reported sermon on the occasion of the dedication of ...

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  3. NEWCASTLE. WRECK AT PORT STEOPHENS.

    The small schooner Cynthia, trading between Sydney and Nelson's Bay, was wrecked at North Head, Port Stephens, yesterday morning, and was totally lost, she was the property of Mr. Justin ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS. THE LIVERPOOL A. H. AND I. SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Liverpool Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society was held at the Council Chambers on Friday evening. Mr. E. J. Ashcroft, president, occupied the chair. There was a ...

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  5. ST. THOMAS' CHURCH, BALMAIN.

    "Rome's insult to the Crown, the country and the Church" was the subject of the Rev. John Dixon's discourse last night at St. Thomas' Church, Balmain West. The preacher referred to the fact that two ...

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  6. ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.

    At the service held yesterday afternoon in St. Andrew's Cathedral, the Rev. Canon Taylor, of Newtown, preached, the text being H. Kings, 5, verses 17 and 19, and in the course of his sermon he ...

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  7. THE WESTERN LANDS.

    A meeting of homestead lessees was held on Friday night at the Centennial Hotel to discuss the best means of laying the wants and views of lessees before the Western Lands Commission. Mr. J. S. Thorn ...

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  8. ACCIDENT AT STROUD.

    A serious accident occurred about three milss from Stroud this afternoon. Mr. Thomas Higgins, of Gloucester, and Mrs. Benwick, of Stroud, who is 70 years of age, while driving from Raymond Terrace ...

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  9. THE COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The quantity of coal exported to foreign and intercolonial markets during the week ended at noon yesterday was 65,209 tons, distributed as follows:— Victoria, 21,255 tons; Chili, 17,053 tons: United ...

    Article : 217 words
  10. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, BALMAIN NORTH.

    At the morning services at St. John's Church of England, Balmain. North, yesterday, the Rev.W.A. Charlton made special reference to the address of Cardinal Moran at the opening ceremony of St. ...

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  11. COLLIERY OPERATIONS.

    Most of the collieries of the district again worked full time during the fortnight ended yesterday, the pay for which will be distributed on Friday next, Dudley Colliery lost two days owing to the striks of ...

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  12. STORMY PASSAGE OF A SHIP.

    One of the stormiest passages from New York to Sydney reported lately was that just completad by the ship Celeste Burrill, which arrived on Saturday at an anchorage below Garden Island. The voyage ...

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  13. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    Nothing fresh has to be said with regard to the recent bubonic plague outbreak in Sydney. All the remaining patients will be released in a few days. and then the hospital at the Quarantine groung will ...

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  14. ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH.

    Preaching at St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street, last evening, the Rev. John Ferguson chose for his subject, "Christ's Catholics and Those of Rome," and made, reference to the reports of Archbishop Red. ...

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  15. CASE AT TOWNSVILLE.

    Yesterday a man named Cockerell, residing at West Townsville, was reported to be suffering from the plague. The house was isolated, and the patient was ordered to be removed to the plague hospital. ...

    Article : 169 words
  16. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Arrivals.—Don, barque, from Fremantle, sailed May 1; Australasian, s., from Sydney, sailed July 13. Departures.—For Melbourne: Hoppet, ship, Norfolk Island, barque. For Adelaide: Concordia, Ashmore. For ...

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  17. WAVERLEY WESLEYAN CHURCH.

    The Rev. W. W. Rutledge preached at the Waverley Wesleyan Church last night on the subject of "Protestantism and its Romish Slanderers. He made reference to the two great ...

    Article : 177 words
  18. A MASONIC SERVICE.

    Under the auspices of Lodge Star in the West, No. 189, a Masonic service was held this afternoon at the Adamstown Primitive Methodist Church. There was a large congregation, [?]nd the sister lodges of ...

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  19. INDIAN FAMINE FUND.

    A church parada of St. George's Rifles was held at the Centennial Park yesterday afternoon, the service being conducted by the regimental chaplain, the Rev. J. W. Gillett, B.A., the Rev. J. ...

    Article : 210 words
  20. A BURNING FATALITY.

    A married woman named Ellen Bill, 25 years of age, the wife of Alfred Bill, of Patrick-street Junction, died in the Newcastle Hospital last night from the effects of burns received at her ...

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  21. AUSTRALIAN CHURCH.

    In the I.O.O.F, Temple last evening, in the presence of a large congregation, the Rev. George Walters, after o discourse on "What is the Higher Spiritualism?" made a reference to Archbishop ...

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  22. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

    A battalion parade of St. George's Rifles, under the command of Colonel Neild, M.L.A., was held at Victoria Barracks on Saturday. After certain movements had been gone through the ...

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  23. MAJOR HOLMES AT WAGGA.

    Major Holmes visited Wagga yesterday for the purpose of inspecting and passing recruits for G Company. There was a large number of applicants, 12 of whom were accepted. In the evening Major ...

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  24. THE FIRE BRIGADES ACT.

    A special meeting of the Northern Fire Brigade Association was held at Newcastle West Fire Station last evening, for the purpose of considering the necessity for an amendment of the Fire Brigades Act. ...

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  25. CHURCH NEWS. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. BALMAIN WEST.

    On Friday night the Rev. John Ferguson, of St. Stephen's Church, Sydney, delivered his popular lecture, entitled "The Kailvairders," before a crowded audience in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, ...

    Article : 68 words
  26. MAIL, STEAMERS.

    The E. and A.Company's Guthric, s., en rou[?] for TaingTau, We[?]-ha[?]-we[?], and Japan arrived st Tslag-Tau on the 9th instant. The Polynesien, from Marseilles, passed Green Cape at ...

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  27. PITT-STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

    The Rev. E. T. Dunstau, at the Pitt-street Congregational Church last evening, preached upon the subject "Protestantism according to Archbishop Redwood," and based his remarks upon the text ...

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  28. RIVAL FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONS.

    In accordance with the recommendation of the New South Wales Rugby Football Union, a conference was held at the Hall of Commerce last night between the representatives of the Northern Rugby ...

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  29. THE UNION COMPANY'S NEW STEAMER KOTUKU.

    The Kotuku, the new steamer of the Union Company, commanded by M. H. Dawson, Arrived from the Clyde on Friday night. She left the Tail of the Bank Greenock on Sunday, June 24, for Sydney, and put into Belfast Lough ...

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  30. WOOLLAHRA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

    The Rev. W. M. Clow, B.D., of the Ratclay Free Church, Edinburgh, successor to the Rev. J. B. Meharry, preached yesterday morning and evening to large congregations in the Woollahra ...

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  31. ST. JAMES' CHURCH.

    At St. James', Church, King-street, yesterday morning, the Rev. W. I. Carr-Smith made reference during the course of his sermon, to utterances which had recently been made concerning Protestantism. ...

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  32. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The statements made in your colamns this morning create to some extent a new situation in regard to Archbishop Redwood's sermon at St. Mary's Cathedral on Sunday morning last. We now learn, ...

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  33. MOSMAN WESLEYAN CHURCH.

    The anniversary services in connection with the Sabbath-school of the Mosman Wesleyan Church were held yesterday. At each of the services there was large congregation. The music included ...

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  34. SHIPPING MOVEMENTS.

    The barque Algoa Bay, which arrived here yesterday from Sydney, brings a part original cargo of 80 tons of general merchandise from Glasgow consigned to local merchants. ...

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  35. LEICHHARDT PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.

    Miss Blackmore, who has for some years been engaged in mission work at Singapore, and who is at present on furlough, and residing with her parents at Leichhardt, yesterday afternoon addressed a large ...

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  36. THE GAEL.

    The barque Gael, from Hamburg, 119 days out, anchored below Garden Island on Saturday with general cargo. She comes to Messrs. J. Barre Johnston and Co. Heavy weather was met with in the Channel, and the Lizard was ...

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  37. ST. PAUL'S, REDFERN.

    The Rev. F. B. Boyce last evening preached at St. Paul's Church, Redfern, on "Rome's attack and our defence." His text was Psalm exix., 130—"The entrance of Thy words giveth light." In the course ...

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  38. LEICHHARDT BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Leichhardt Ladies' Benevolent Society was held on the 13th instant in the Mayor's room at the local Town Hall, Mrs. B. R. Moore (president) occupying the chair. The ...

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  39. THE GLEANER.

    The barquentins Gleaner, from Gray's Harbour with a cargo of lumber, arrived here yesterday, anchoring below Garden Islsnd. She is to Messre. Joseph I. Folk and Company, Limited, Captain S[?]m[?] reports a passage of 69 ...

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  40. ART SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION.

    The Art Society's Exhibition is now entering upon its last few days with. record ss the most largely attended show of its kind held in Sydney for a long time past. On Saturday afternoon the Strathfield ...

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  41. THE BIRKSGATE, FROM THE ISLANDS.

    Theateamer Birksgate, from Noumea and Fiji, arrived yesterday. Captain A. H. Thorpe reports having left the Fiji Group at 5 p.m. on the 10th instant, and had strong N. W. winds and unsettled weather with high sea. ...

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  42. THE MONKSEATON.

    Alarge steamer with three masts and two yellow-painted funnels, supposed to be the Monkseaton, bound to Sydney from South Africa, passed Green Cape yesterday at noon, and will reach port this morning. ...

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  43. FUGITIVE BLACKS.

    The blacks robbed two settlers, named Cowley and Lawrence, at Lostock, 15 miles from here, at 2 o'clock on Friday, taking provisions. They are supposed to be making towards Colstoun, Mr. H. H. ...

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  44. THEOSOPHY.

    The subject, "If a man die, shall he live again?" was dealt with on Sunday night at the Sunday lecture at the Theosophical headquarters, Margaret-street, Wynyard-square, A discussion followed the ...

    Article : 38 words
  45. THE BARQUE GIFFORD.

    The four-masted barque. Gifford, 80 days out from Liverpool to Sydney, passed Wilson's Promotory at 8.[?] a.m. on Saturday. ...

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  46. ISLAND SHIPPING.

    The ship Rhine, from Calcutta, with coolies, and the barque Augusta, from Sydney, also two Norwegian barques loading copra at Suva, and two barques loading at Levuka, were at Fiji when the Bir[?]gate left for ...

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  49. THE HAWEA RETURNED TO PORT.

    South Herd last night telephoned that the steamer Haw[?], which left on Saturday for Bluff, had returned to port for medical assistance. ...

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