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  2. CENTENARY OF NEWCASTLE.

    At the invitation of the Government of New South Wales a large party of ladies and gentlemen proceeded to Newcastle on Saturday to take part in the celebration of the centenary of that city. The party ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The annual installation of officers of the Masonic Lodge St. Clair took place yesterday as follows:— Wor. Master, Bro. W. Carter; I.P.M., Wor. Bro. J. Channon; S.W., Bro. Pearce: J.W., Bro. C. ...

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  4. KING OSCAR II. OF SWEDEN.

    The twenty-fifth anniversary of the accession to the throne of Sweden and Norway by King Oscar II. was celebrated on Saturday in a becoming manner by the Scandinavian residents of Sydney. ...

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  5. SUBURBAN NEWS.

    The monthly meeting of the Willoughby Electorate Horticultural Society was held in the Chatswood Hall on the 15th instant, and was well attended. The exhibits were of a high class, and the ...

    Article : 473 words
  6. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    YAMBA.—Departure: September 18, City of Grafton, s., for Sydney. NEWCASTLE.—Arrivals: September 18, Timaru, s., Tamar, s., Balmain, s., Newcastle, s., Phœbe, s., Lubra, s., ...

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  7. THE SOCIAL QUESTION.

    Yesterday afternoon the Rev. Dr. Roseby delivered an address at the Centenary Hall, York-street, on the above subject. The Rev. W. W. Rutledge presided. ...

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  8. THE AUSTRALIAN HORSE.

    Considerable interest is taken in the local troop of Australian horse. The number of names on the list is now 55. There is a possibility of troops being formed at Bungendore, Crookwell, and Taralga. ...

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  9. NEWCASTLE.

    Quite a sensation was caused in the vicinity of the wharfs late last night by a series of collisions in the harbour resulting in no less than four vessels being damaged. From what can be gathered it ...

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  10. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    Messrs. Huddart, Parker, and Co. are in receipt of a cable from London announcing that the R.M.S. Warrlmoo, for Sydney, left Vanconver on the evening of Thursday last, the 16th instant. via Honolulu and Suva only. ...

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  11. LAWN TENNIS.

    On Saturday afternoon, at the Bungalow Club's tennis court, Woollahra, the semi-final match for the gentleman's captaincy was played, in which Mr. Herbert Green met Mr. Harry Green. Some ...

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  12. THIS WILLIAM BROOKS.

    A 50-ton ketch, with 327 tons of copra aboard for Mr. Justus Scharff, arrived on Saturday and anchored is Woolloomooloo Bay. She has been trading in the Solomon Group, but has had her place taken by the Eclipse, which ...

    Article : 240 words
  13. TRINITY COLLEGE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,499 words
  14. PETERSHAM TENNIS CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 213 words
  15. THE PORT ELLIOT.

    The steamer Port Elliot, of the Anglo-Australasian S.N. Company's line, arrived on Saturday afternoon with a general cargo from London, via Adelaide and Melbourne, and proceeded to a discharging berth at Flood's Wharf, ...

    Article : 353 words
  16. THE COMMEMORATIVE FOUNTAIN.

    The ceremony of having the foundation-stone of the proposed commemorative fountain to be erected in the reserve at the rear of the Newcastle Hospital was performed by the Hon. J. N. Brunker (Colonial ...

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  17. BILLIARDS.

    On Thursday evening Messrs. Weiss and Memmolt were present at the Waverley Bowling Club rooms at the invitation of the club, when an exhibition game was played. There was a very large attendance ...

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  18. THE DUDLEY LOCKOUT.

    Developments in connection with the lockout of miners at the Dudley Colliery have now reached an interesting stage. Operations have been suspended for several weeks, and although miners at the reduced ...

    Article : 147 words
  19. THE AIRLIE.

    The E. and A. Company's steamer Airlie arrived at the Quay on Saturday forenoon after a smart run down from Hongkong. Captain Winthrop Ellis reports leaving Ko[?] at noon on August 16. Foochow August 22, Hongkong ...

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  20. MR. B. TILLETT.

    Mr. B. Tillett, Secretary of the London Dockers' Union, delivered an address in the Domain yesterday afternoon. There were over 2000 persons present, the crowd forming a circle round a two-horse drag. ...

    Article : 398 words
  21. PROPOSED MINING CONFERENCE.

    The announcement that the colliery proprietors of the Northern district have consented to meet representattve of the miners in conference to discuss the weighing question and the proposed general ...

    Article : 107 words
  22. THE R.M.S. ORIENT.

    This steamer, a report of whose voyage to Australia was published on Friday last, arrived in harbour on Saturday, and moored in Neutral Bay pending the departure of the O[?]oya to-day. ...

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  23. THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP.

    A match for the amateur championship of New South Wales was decided at the Hotel Victoria, George-street, on Saturday night, and was between Messrs. L. Spencer ("Pyramids") and D. L. ...

    Article : 198 words
  24. ASSOCIATED BOARD MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS.

    The Orient, beating slowly up the coast on Saturday against a head wind, late in the afternoon landed in Sydney the examiner for Australasia (Mr. C. Lee Williams) and the honorary secretary (Mr. Samuel ...

    Article : 916 words
  25. A COMBINED PASSENGER, CATTLE, AND CARGO STEAMER.

    There has just been launched at West Hartlepool steamer of 11,000 tons for the Boston and New York passenger, cattle, and cargo trade in the Wilson's and [?] Leyland line. This steamer, which has been named the ...

    Article : 87 words
  26. NAVAL RECEPTION.

    At the conclusion of the afternoon's festivities in connection with the centenary of Newcastle, a reception was held by Captain Casement on board H.M.S. Rapid. A number of invitations were ...

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  27. NEW STEAMERS FOR THE JAPANESE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

    On August 9 Messrs. D. and W. Henderson had satisfactory steam trials with the steel twin-screw steamer [?] Mar[?], about 5873 tons, built for the Nippon Yusen Ka[?] for the trade between Japan and Europe. She has a ...

    Article : 155 words
  28. FIRE BRIGADE COMPETITION.

    The first of the series of local fire brigade competitions, under the auspices of the Amalgamated Fire Brigades' Association of Newcastle, took place on the Cricket Ground this afternoon. A large ...

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  29. AUSTRALASIAN INDEBTEDNESS AND SUGGESTED CONVERSION.

    Sir,—In view of past blundering by the Governmental financial directing authorities in the colonies, and of the sitting of Federal Convention delegates in Sydney to consider soon the purely financial ...

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  30. CHINESE CREWS ON GERMAN STEAMERS.

    All steam lines under the German flag running to China and neighbouring countries have Chinamen among the crew as firemen, stokers, &c. This fact is now declared to be dangerous, as, in case of collison, the Chinamen are not ...

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  31. BURNING OF AN AMERICAN SHIP.

    The steamer Omi Maru, from Hongkong, brought an account of a fearful scene at sea on board the American ship Belle of Bath, which was bound to Hongkong from New York with a cargo of kerosene oil. The ...

    Article : 274 words
  32. CHURCH NEWS.

    An entertainment was given in the Brisbane-street Hall by Professor Sinclair and Mr. Keil-Mar on Tuesday, consisting of a lantern lecture descriptive of a tour through the colonies, a ventriloquial ...

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  33. LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT.

    The second annual tournament in connection with the Hunter River District Lawn Tennis Association was resumed at the Stockton courts this afternoon, when the third round was played. There was a ...

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  34. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

    A lecture on "Phreno-Ph[?]siognomy" was given before the members of Our Boys' Institute on Wednesday by Mr. Henry Jones. There was a good attendance. The lecture was illustrated by diagrams ...

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  35. GENERAL AVERAGES AND DEPOSITS.

    When a vessel arrives under average, as several [?] have done at Sydney, shipowners, as is known, require for owners or consignees of the cargo to give security for their proportion of average. This has been done by signing as ...

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  36. ST. CLEMENT'S, MARRICKVILLE.

    The committee of St. Clement's, Marrickville, have had on hand a task of considerable difficulty. Some few weeks ago they invited competitive designs for a new church, and in response received no less ...

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  37. SHIPPING CASUALTIES.

    By the English mail of August 13 to hand per [?] Thursday, the number of shipping casualties advised included the following:—Ship Parthenope went above near Savannah when bound to Rotterdam; the vessel [?] ...

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  38. AN EXCEPTIONAL CHARTER.

    The steamer Argus, from Calcutta, brought news [?] arrival of the whale-back steamer City of Everett at Calenta with 3000 tons of wheat for the famine-stricken peo[?] of India. It was present from the people of the United ...

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  39. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    With the near approach of the "big" meeting of the New South Wales Rifle Association, to be held during the last week of October, the general practice targets on the Randwick Rifle Range are being ...

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  40. A BLIND ALLEY

    leading nowhere is your vermiform appendix. A[?] OAT HUSK getting in there will kill you, or some chump doctor will in trying to get it out. Eat QUAKER OATS, and take no chances. No HUSKS, Pure, flaky, kiln-dried. ...

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  41. THE ILLUMINATIONS.

    In the evening the city was again brillinatly illuminated, and dense crowds paraded the streets until a late hour at night. The triumphal arches in Hunter-street were adorned with scores of fairy ...

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  42. THE SCOTTISH RIFLES CLUB.

    The final shooting of the quarter was held on Saturday, at the Randwick Rifle Range. The ranges were 500 and 600 yards, and the highest scores, without handicaps, were as follows:— ...

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