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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Pony and galloway races will be held to-day at Kensington, the first [?]t starting at 2.15 p.m. The usual facilities will be afforded for reaching the course by omnibus and tram services. ...

    Article : 790 words
  3. FORMAL BUSINESS.

    The Convention resumed at 10.30, the President in the chair. Mr. J. N. Brunker (New South Wales) presented a petition from the Women's Suffrage League of ...

    Article : 6,726 words
  4. THE MISSING EXPLORERS.

    Mr. Magarcy received the following telegram this evening from Mr. L. A. Wells, leader of the search expedition for the missing explorers:— "Fitzroy, March 23. Your latest wire received ...

    Article : 391 words
  5. SIR ALFRED MILNER ON "BUSTLE."

    Sir Alfred Milner, in opening the new session [?] the Froebel Institute in West Kensington, at the invitation of his friend Mr. Claude G. Montefiore on the 28th January, warned the students to avoid ...

    Article : 574 words
  6. CYCLING.

    About 3500 people were present last night at the Cricket Ground, when the extra meeting in connection with the cycling carnival took place. The racing was splendid all through. Le[?]a undertook ...

    Article : 1,622 words
  7. AQUATICS.

    George Towns, the Newcastle sculler, has decided to go to England, and as it is improbable, after the meeting which was held in Newcastle that he will be accorded much monetary support before he has ...

    Article : 244 words
  8. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Perhaps you will allow me space for some remarks on the above subject. First, as a warning to Mr. Reid, I would remind him of the disaster attending two past Ministries owing to their Premiers ...

    Article : 673 words
  9. REPRESENTATION OF QUEENSLAND.

    With reference to the telegram from Sir Dugh Nelson to Mr. Reid re the Queensland representation at the Federal Convention, it is the proposal of the Government to recite the names of the delegates in ...

    Article : 95 words
  10. INDIA DURING THE QUEEN'S REIGN.

    Mr. William Lee-Warner, formerly British Resident in Mysore and Chief Commissioner of Coorg, and now of the India Office, read a paper before the Indian Section of the Society of Arts in London on ...

    Article : 972 words
  11. TO THE FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES ASSEMBLED AT ADELAIDE.

    I respectfully address you. This with the permission of the Editor of this paper, not only the senior one, but one of the leading newspapers under the Southern Cross. ...

    Article : 1,344 words
  12. IMPORTANT MINING DEVELOPMENTS.

    The Hesperus mine has struck a flow of water equal to 20,000 gallons daily. All the batteries are fully supplied, and water is running to waste owing to the want of purchasers. ...

    Article : 210 words
  13. "MADE IN GERMANY."

    The prizes and certificates in connection with the City and Guilds of London Institute were distributed by the Lord Chancellor (chairman of the council), on 28th January, at Carpenters' Hall, ...

    Article : 605 words
  14. CAMDEN AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    The eleventh annual show of the Camden Agricultural, Horticultural, and Industrial Society was opened this morning. Although a droughty season was being experienced, the district appeared in very ...

    Article : 827 words
  15. DEATH OF CANON KEMMIS.

    By the death of Canon Kemmis, which took place yesterday, there has been removed from the ranks of the local clergy of the Church of England one of her foremost men, and one whom it will be a ...

    Article : 716 words
  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SPORTING.

    Dora to-day was scratched for the Goodwood Handicap and the Adelaid Cup, and Fund for the Adelaide Cup. ...

    Article : 28 words
  17. CANTERBURY PARK PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 721 words
  18. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL.

    With a view to calling the attention of the public to the very precarious financial condition of this hospital, a public meeting was held in London on the 28th January at the Drill Hall, Chenies-street. The ...

    Article : 650 words
  19. MR. HAYNES ON "PUSHES."

    Sir,—I read with some surprise in to-day's Herald Mr. Haynes's apology for the scourge of society, the pushes. There are pushes and pushes. No doubt there are youths such as Mr. Haynes ...

    Article : 352 words
  20. RYLSTONE RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 131 words
  21. BOWLS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 176 words
  22. MARIBYRNONG RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 84 words
  23. LEICHHARDT MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    This council met on 22nd March, when the Mayor (Alderman Cropley) occupied the chair, and there were also present—Aldermen Hearne, O'Toole, Dyer, Anderson, Colebrook, Moore, Cunninghame, Mound, Wragge, Treadgold, ...

    Article : 621 words
  24. ONKAPARINGA RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 129 words
  25. FIRE ON THE BARQUE KYLEMORE.

    Early yesterday morning the watchman attached to the barque Kylemore, which is at present lying at Dalton's Wharf, noticed smoke issuing from the fore hatch of the vessel. He gave the alarm ...

    Article : 398 words
  26. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—All sober-minded persons and law abiders must have read with amazement Mr. John Haynes's able advocacy of the push in the Herald of the 23rd instant. The no-called "boisterous youth" must ...

    Article : 397 words
  27. FOOTBALL.

    The annual meeting of the Richmond Football Club was held on Monday evening. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing season:— Patron, Mr. A. D. Nelson, M.L.A.; president, Mr. ...

    Article : 87 words
  28. NOTES.

    The three committees' arrangements are being completed for the appointment of finance, judiciary, and drafting committees. It is understood that the New South Wales delegation will be divided up as ...

    Article : 570 words
  29. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—There is one point of very grave importance involved in the question as to whether or not the Federation Convention should adjourn before having brought its work up to the stage at which it has to ...

    Article : 466 words
  30. CRICKET.

    On Saturday next at 1 p.m. Messrs. T. R. M'Kibbin, S. E. Gregory, and J. J. Kelly will leave by the Parramatta for Albany, and from thence will ship for Western Australia. When at Melbourne and ...

    Article : 466 words
  31. NEWTOWN GYMNASIUM.

    The Newtown Gymnasium held a picnic at The Avenue, Lane Cove River, last Saturday. Sports were provided for the afternoon and dancing and singing interspersed during the evening. Tea ...

    Article : 47 words
  32. (FROM THE BOARD AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.)

    BYRON BAY.—Departure: March 23, Kurrara (s.), during night, for Sydney. RICHMOND HEADS.—Arrival: March 24, Eliza Allen, schooner, off bar at 5.30 p.m.; 10ft. on bar and 10ft. ...

    Article : 773 words
  33. SPORTS GATHERING AT DENILIQUIN.

    The third annual meeting of the Athletic Club was held on the local cricket ground to-day. A very successful programme of cycling events was carried through without the slightest hitch. The day was ...

    Article : 268 words
  34. NESTLE'S FOOD.

    for Infants, Children, and Invalids.—[ADVT.] ...

    Article : 6 words
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