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  2. THE ABATTOIR QUESTION.

    A deputation of losiclcats of Strathfield and surrounding districts yesterday morining wailed upon the Colonial Treasurer (Hon. J. H Carruthers) to protest against the proposed erection of abaltoirs at ...

    Article : 840 words
  3. THE GREATEST GIFT.

    The greatest gift. A Woman's heart; the heart of her I loved. "I am, rather subject to these moments of—of [?]ness,: said Godfrey Drury, smiling very ...

    Article : 2,340 words
  4. OUR YORKSHIRE WOOL LETTER.

    Wool Again Dearer—Manufacturers Busier Than Since 1895—"Kalf-a-Crowu for (10's in Sight —Spot Soiling and No Contracting Forward— Spinners FindPlenty of Work—Course of ...

    Article : 4,597 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN AND IMPERIAL TOPICS.

    There is no doubt whatever that at the present time the Unionist party m on the down grade The Government have just lost two more seats at Oldham, and I have even heard an expert ...

    Article : 2,181 words
  6. GOLD-DREDGING INDUSTRY.

    The mining appeal case, Breenan v. Moss and Allen, reported in our columns yesterday, decides a point of very great importance to the communityy, especially to thoso who are interested, either as ...

    Article : 549 words
  7. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.

    Some successful experiments in connection with wireless telegiaphy were conducted yesterday in the laboratory connected with the Telegraph Department, under thesupervision of Mr. P. B. Walker, ...

    Article : 1,152 words
  8. LANDS OFFICE DAY.

    The 19 homestead blocks which were available folr the first time yesterday were lands which, taking into consideration the means of communication and the quality of the country, may be considered as of ...

    Article : 233 words
  9. MASONIC BALL.

    On Wednesday evening the Masonic Lodge Kilwinning Orient celebrated its seventh annual ball at Surreyville Newtown-road, Darlington. The gathering numbered about 260, and included several Grand Lodge others and ...

    Article : 442 words
  10. DEPUTATIONS.

    A deputation represent ms the districts interested, in the proposal waited upon the Minister for Works yesterday to urge that a trial survey should be made of a ralway line between ...

    Article : 227 words
  11. BALMAIN CENTRAL MISSION.

    The Wesleyan Church of the colony having set itself the task of raising the sum of 60,000 guineas as a century commemoration fund, the Balmain Central Wesleyan Mission has undertaken as their qoota ...

    Article : 163 words
  12. BRIDGE OVER LANE COVE RIVER.

    A depulatton consisting of residents of Willoughby, Pymble, Gordon, and Ryde waited upon the Miniatur for Works vcsterdny to urge that a bridge should be erected at the head of navigation ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. PROPOSED BAILWAY FROM BLAYNEY[?] HARDEN LINE TO CANOWINDRA.

    A deputation from the district of Canowindra waited upon the Minister for Works yesterday to urge that a line of railway should be extended from some point on the Blayney Harden line to ...

    Article : 340 words
  14. THE CARDINAL'S AMERICAN STATISTICS.

    Sir,—In your issue of yesterday Mr. J. A. Waddell challenged the accuracy of the figures given by Hazell (12,000,000 in 1896) and has subsituted those given by Mulhall (8,800.000 in 1898), whom ...

    Article : 367 words
  15. THE NORTH SHORE BRDIGE.

    Sir,—Like all others who have given this question consideration. I naturally advocate the construction of a bridge across the harbour, and distinctly prefer a bridge to a tunnel, especially for vehicular traffic; but while ...

    Article : 694 words
  16. ERECTION OF A BRIDGE OVER THE HUNTER.

    A deputation representing portions of the electoral districts of Durhnm and West Maitlnnd waited upon the Minister for Works yesterday to urge that a high level bridge should be constructed ...

    Article : 148 words
  17. THE DOMAIN CRICKET GROUND.

    Sir,—In a few weeks hence the cricketing season will be round again, and I desire to draw attention to the historic circket ground in the Domai[?]. It has a historic interest from the fact that the first match ever played in ...

    Article : 307 words
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  19. SEASON TICKETS TO PARRAMATTA.

    A deputation, representing the municipal councils and progress associatiions of Parramatta, Rookwood, Auburn, Granville, and Prospect and Sherwood, was introduced to the Railway Commissioners yesterday ...

    Article : 215 words
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