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  2. ANTI-BILL MEETING.

    The Hon. Dr. MacLaurin, M.L.C., and Mr. W. Holman, M.L.A., addressed at the Town Hall, Marrickville, last evening an overflowing audience on the subject of federation. The Mayor (Mr. W. W. ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Mr. Curley, the miners' general secretary, has advised the local secretary that the Wallarah strike has been declared off, and the miners resume work next week. The strike has lasted for six weeks, and is ...

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  5. THE PARRAMATTA DISTRICT. WORK FOR UNEMPLOYED.

    Mr. John Nobbs, M.L.A., has been urging upon the Government the necessity of providing labour in departmental works for the unemployed in the electorate of Granville during the winter months, and has ...

    Article : 106 words
  6. AMUSEMENTS. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    At Her Majesty's Theatre "The Belle of New York" is running merrily to large audiences. For many people the dashing vocal marches of Miss Louise Hepner's "Girls' Purity Brigade of the ...

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  7. MEETING AT RANDWICK.

    A large meeting of electors assembled last night in the Randwick Town Hall to hear the views of Messrs. R.E. O'Connor and J. See, M.L.A., on the Federal Constitution Bill. A number of ladies were included ...

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  8. THEATRE ROYAL.

    At the Theatre Royal, Mr. Robert Brough announces the last six nights of "The Adventure of Lady Ursula." This romantic comedy introduces the actors of the company in some of the richest stage ...

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  9. A JUMBLE SALE.

    Yesterday afternoon what is known as a jumble sale was held in St. John's Schoolroom, Parramatta. A large number of useful articles consisting of men's women's, and children's clothing, bools, hats, &c., ...

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  10. MESSRS. BARTON AND DEAKIN IN BRISBANE.

    The Exhibition Concert Hall was this evening packed with a dense crowd to hear federation addresses by Messrs. Barton and Deakin. Crowds began to assemble at an early hour, and when the ...

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  11. ORCHARD NOTES.

    Rain is badly needed in the district. The orange crop, though light, is looking well, and a few showers now to swell the fruit before it colours would be very acceptable. In many orchards, where ...

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  12. CRITERION THEATRE.

    There was a crowded attendance at "Merry Wives of Windsor" last night, every part of the Criterion Theatre being filled. The University students filled the gallery, and, in addition to singing ...

    Article : 184 words
  13. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    Mr. Charles Holloway notifies the last six nights of "Man's Enomy" at the Lyceum Theatre, where the many sensational incidents, and the rapid seenic changes of the drama have delighted large ...

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  14. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening there will be a change of programme at the Tivoli Theatre, when Mr. Horace Wheatley will rejoin the company with new songs. The Sisters Phillips and Brothers Lorenzi will revive ...

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  15. DEATH OF MRS. HOUISON.

    One of the oldest residents of New South Wales, Mrs. Ann Houison, passed away at her residence, Macquarie-street, Parramatta, last night. She was born in December, 1804, in Fifeshire, Scotland, and ...

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  16. MINING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    There is considerable excitement in mining circles in this district, as shortly a large number of dredging propositions will be started by private enterprise. New Zealand and Victorian people have largely ...

    Article : 655 words
  17. OPERA HOUSE.

    This evening "The Alhambra Girl," a well-known farcical comedy, will be performed for the first time at the Opera House. Mr. W. J. Montgomery will stage-manage this laughable piece, in which new ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Arrivals: Indraghiri, s., from Australian ports; Aristides, ship, from Sydney, sailed February 2. Departure: Oirnara, ship, for Adelaide. (For continuation of Shipping see Page 10.) ...

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  19. TOWN HALL POPULAR CONCERTS.

    Mr. Philip Newbury will give his customary populary concert at the Town Hall to-night, when he will sing two beautiful classic arias by Handel, "Waft Her, Angels," and "Where'er You Walk," as ...

    Article : 85 words
  20. THE PASSENGER LIST PER R.M.S. OROTAVA, SAILING TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 431 words
  21. ROYAL STANDARD THEATRE.

    Mr. J. T. West's dramatic company will open a season in the Royal Standard Theatre to-night with H. J. Byron's domestic drama, "The Laucashire Lass." ...

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  22. THE CYCLORAMA.

    The public interest in the realistic pictures of Jerusalem at the Cyclorama, George-street, remains unabated, and the attendance during this past week fully attests the popularity of the historic exhibition. ...

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  23. MEETING IN WILLIAM-STREET.

    Mr. C. M'Ivor addressed a meeting from a balcony in William-street last night. There was a large gathering. Mr. J. A. Hendry presided. Mr. M'Iver, who was accorded a mixed reception, dwelt ...

    Article : 105 words
  24. HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 936 words
  25. TWO NEW LEAGUES FORMED,

    A meeting of the residents [?]of Hamilton was held at the local Mechanics' Institute to-night for the purpose of forming a branch of the Newcastle United Federal League. There was an attendance ...

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  26. MR. T. H. LOXTON AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    Mr. T. H. Loxton addressed a meeting of electors last evening at the Centennial Hall, Walkerstreet, North Sydney, in support of the Amended Constitution Bill, under the auspices ...

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  27. THE R.M.S. ORIZA[?]A.

    The Orient line steamer Orizaba, in command of Captain M'Watt, yesterday at 1.10 p.m. entered the Heads from London, and made fast to the company's moorings in Neutral Bay pending the departure of the Orotava from the ...

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  28. PASSENGERS TO ARRIVE PER GERMAN MAIL STEAMER GERA.

    Messrs. Weber, Lohmann, and Co. forward the following passenger list of the incoming mail steamer Gera, which left Bremen on April 5, for Australian ports, in command of Captain W. Meissel:— ...

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  29. LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS.

    Messrs. W. C. Yuille and Co. report having sold the racehorse Stoddart, by Lochiel from Lady's Luck, 4 years, to M. J. Trahan for export to India. At Kirk's Bazaar to-day Messrs. Campbell and ...

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  30. THE TYPHOID OUTBREAK AT LOWER RANDWICK.

    On Tuesday night the Randwick Council decided to ask the Board of Health to send Dr. Armstrong, its health officer, on mother visit of inspection to Lower Randwick, where some twenty cases of ...

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  31. THE MARIPOSA.

    The Mariposa is expected to arrive to-morrow (Sunday) morning, and will berth at the west side of Circular Quay ...

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  32. THE GULF OF TARANTO.

    Messrs. A. M'Arthur and Company, managers of the Gulf line, note:—The steamer Gulf of Taranto left Brisbano on Wednesday last for Gladstone. At the former port she shipped 1000 quarters of beef, and at Gladstone she ...

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  33. MR. A. B. PIDDINGTON AT MOSMAN.

    Mr. A. B. Piddington addressed a meeting of electors last evening at The Barn, Mosman, in opposition to the amended Constitution Bill under the auspices of the Colonists' Anti-Convention Bill League. The ...

    Article : 226 words
  34. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Omrah arrived at Plymouth on the [?] instant. She left Sydney on the 29th March. The R.M.S. Orizaba, which yesterday arrived from London, will berth at the Orient wharf on Monday. ...

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  35. FITZGERALDS' CIRCUS.

    Messrs. Fitzgerald Brothers, who have presented to the Sydney public during the past seven weeks an attractive and unique programme, every item of which is worthy of special mention, have had the ...

    Article : 149 words
  36. THE QUESTION OF OVER-RACING.

    The question of over-racing in Melbourne was gone into by the V.R.C. committee at a special meeting held to-day. For some time it has been recognised that it was absurd to continue racing to ...

    Article : 243 words
  37. THE HOWARD SMITH LINE.

    The Tyrian sails at 12 noon to-day for Melbourne, and leaves there again on Wednesday, the 17th instant, for Sydney. The Leura sails at 2 p.m. to-day for Brisbane and ...

    Article : 168 words
  38. LATE MINING.

    An important development has taken place in Hannan's Star mine, but particulars are not yet known. It is believed, however, to be the most valuable yet made in the mine. ...

    Article : 99 words
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  40. THE IN NAMINCKA DELAYED BY BAD WEATHER.

    The Innamincka arrived at Brisbane to-day from Northern ports. The steamer was delayed considerably owing to heavy weather. The worst time experienced was on Tuesday night, between Mackay and Keppel Bay, in ...

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  41. THE MINISTER FOR LANDS.

    Yesterday afternoon the Minister for Lands arrived here, having come over the mountain from Robertson via Jamberoo, where he was entertained at lunch, and transacted some business with representatives of the ...

    Article : 382 words
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