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  2. THE RECORD REIGN.

    The Transvaal Volksraad will adjourn over the period of the record reign cele brations in England, and the public offices in the Republic will be closed. ...

    Article : 59 words
  3. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The remains of the late Mr. Barney Barnato, who committed suicide by jumping overboard from the R.M.S. Scott on the voyage from Capetown to ...

    Article : 288 words
  4. COLONIAL PREMIERS.

    The colonial Premiers, who are the guests of the British Empire Trade League, visited Glasgow to-day and were very heartily received. The party ...

    Article : 37 words
  5. IN PARLIAMENT.

    As soon as the Legislative Council met yesterday afternoon Sir Arthur Renwick gave notice of his interntion to move to-day for leave to introduce a bill to amend the law relating to the medical ...

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  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—References have been made to the forthcoming " Continental," and what is in my humble opinion undue condemnation has been passed on the scheme. While regretfully recognising that there ...

    Article : 299 words
  7. IN THE COUNTRY.

    Dr. Clifton Sturt has decided to present the school children of Clifton with suitable medals in commemoration of the Queen's record reign. CORAKI, Wednesday. ...

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  8. SCHOOL FESTIVITIES AT THE GLEBE.

    At a recent meeting of the Glebe Council it was determined to entertain the school children of the district during the record reign festivities. The Mayor and aldermen of the borough formed ...

    Article : 104 words
  9. THE FREEDOM OF THE COLONIES.

    Speaking at Glasgow yesterday, the Hon. Wilfrid Laurier, Premier of Canada, said that the colonies were proud of their free position and aspired to play a greater ...

    Article : 65 words
  10. PROFESSOR WOOD ON THE REIGN.

    Last night Professor Wood lectured to a large audience in the Ashfield Public Hall on "Incidents in the Queen's Reign." The Mayor (Alderman J. Upward, J.P.) presided, and on the platform were ...

    Article : 508 words
  11. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    At the Police Court to-day a boy named Joseph Walter Elliott, aged 18 years, was charged with stealing scrip for 30 Block 10 shares, valued at £122 10s, the property of the Hon. Samuel ...

    Article : 198 words
  12. ILLUMINATIONS, DISPLAYS, AND FIREWORKS.

    Weeks ago the approach of the time for celebrating the record reign was brought forcibly home to us by the departure of contingents of troops for England Then followed the departure of the Premiers, ...

    Article : 1,710 words
  13. THE ITALIAN NAVY.

    Italy has increased her naval budget by 7,500,000 lire (£300,000.) ...

    Article : 17 words
  14. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—In your issue of to-day you state " that the illuminations will cause a great strain on the gas supply of the city, and fears are expressed that it may not be sufficient to keep the illuminations at the ...

    Article : 133 words
  15. THE EARTHQUAKE IN INDIA.

    It has been decided to abandon the firing of the Jubilee salute at Calcutta on Tuesday next owing to the buildings having been damaged by the recent severe ...

    Article : 38 words
  16. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENTS.

    In the Assembly to day Mr. Tozer, replying to a question, said that the attention of the Government had been specially drawn to the influx of Japanose. The only steps taken were those ...

    Article : 269 words
  17. TECHNICAL EDUCATION CONGRESS.

    At the sitting of the Technical Education Congress yesterday, the Duke of Devonshire, Lord President of Council, stated in the course of a speech that the system ...

    Article : 84 words
  18. NEWCASTLE.

    The Newcastle Marine Board held an inquiry this afternoon into the circumstances connected with the collision between the steamers Shaftesbury and Pacific, which occurred in the Newcastle Harbour ...

    Article : 388 words
  19. NORTH SYDNEY JUBILEE CELEBRATION COMMITTEE.

    A meeting of the general committee was held in the local Town Hall last night. Mr. N. M. Thompson, who presided, stated that reports had been received from the various ...

    Article : 266 words
  20. THE TRANSVAAL.

    President Kruger has promised that the railway rates charged by the Netherlands Company on the lines in the Transvaal shall be reduced, and the prices charged ...

    Article : 52 words
  21. THE TALLOW MARKET.

    At the weekly auction of Australasian tallow 2000 casks were offered and 1350 sold. The following prices were realised: —Mutton, fine, 19s; medium ditto, 17s 6d; ...

    Article : 47 words
  22. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    In the Assembly, Mr. Grainger asked for a report from the Audit Commissioners as to Mr. Holder's relations to Thyer's leases. Mr. Holder reluctantly agreed to it, provided it was confined ...

    Article : 194 words
  23. VICTORIA.

    The Cabinet to-night considered the question of recommending the Governor to exercise his clemency to prisoners on the occasion of the Queen's Jubilee. The Acting Premier stated ...

    Article : 83 words
  24. THE COLONIAL INSTITUTE.

    Speaking at a meeting of the Royal Colonial Institute last night Sir George Baden-Powell, M.P., said that the financial relations of the Empire were in a ...

    Article : 157 words
  25. THE DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION.

    A special meeting of the ceneral committee of the Deaf and Dumb Institution at Waratah was held at the Convent School, Church-street, Newcastle, this afternoon, for the purpose of receiving the ...

    Article : 298 words
  26. MEETING AT DRUMMOYNE.

    A well-attended meeting of residents of Drummoyne was held in the local School of Arts last night for the purpose of devising some means of commemorating the record reign. Alderman G. A. ...

    Article : 222 words
  27. EXTENSIVE PREPARATIONS IN MELBOURNE.

    The work of preparing the Jubilee illumination of the city is being busily pushed on, and there is every prospect of an exceedingly effective display being made. Government House, Parliament ...

    Article : 339 words
  28. RECLASSIFICATION OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE.

    The Government has practically decided to have a complete reclassification of the Public Service with the view of the removal of many anomalies which have been found to exist. The ...

    Article : 46 words
  29. THE DEATH OF CHARLES CAVILL.

    Advices by the R.M.S. Alameda, which arrived to-day from San Francisco, state that Charles Cavill, the Australian swimmer, was drowned at Stockton, California, about 10 o'clock on the ...

    Article : 210 words
  30. THE MILDURA DIFFICULTY.

    The Mildura difficulty has been settled. The Government has decided to grant the guarantee asked for, and the mortgagees and debentureholders have arrived at a satisfactory arrangement ...

    Article : 302 words
  31. MEETING AT BOTANY.

    On Monday evening a meeting of the residents of Botany was held in the local School of Arts to take into consideration the question of assisting the movement to establish a home for consumptives. The ...

    Article : 119 words
  32. FIRE BRIGADES' COMPETITION.

    The final arrangements in connection with the united fire brigades' demonstration and sports carnival to be held on Monday and Tuesday next, were completed at a meeting of the committee held ...

    Article : 134 words
  33. FREEMASONRY IN ENGLAND.

    The Prince of "Wales, Grand Master of the Masonic Grand Lodge of England, has conferred on Dr. Riley, Bishop of Perth, Western Australia, the rank of ...

    Article : 58 words
  34. PROPOSED PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR NORTH SHORE.

    The North Sydney Council has resolved, on the motion of Alderman Garvan, seconded by Alderman Grant,—" That, in order to commemorate the Queen's Jubilee, a free municipal library be ...

    Article : 89 words
  35. IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The preparations for the celebration of the Jubilee, which have been entrusted to the citizens' committee, are practically complete. On Monday morning there will be a thanksgiving service in the ...

    Article : 174 words
  36. THE ALAMEDA AT AUCKLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 88 words
  37. THE BURWOOD MINERS.

    At the quarterly meeting of the Burwood Miners' Lodge, held last night, it was arranged that the new ambulance class formed in connection with the Government Corps should hold the first meeting next ...

    Article : 102 words
  38. THE MILITARY TOURNAMENT AT DUBLIN.

    The New South Wales troops will not compete in the military tournament at Dublin owing to their entries having been made too late. ...

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  39. IN THE SUBURBS.

    An executive meeting of the Waverley Jubilee Record Celebrition was held in the Waverley Council-chambers on Monday. Mr. Alfred Allen, J.P., presided. Mr. E. Vickery, jun., proposed, ...

    Article : 223 words
  40. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Full Court yesterday an appeal was heard from an order of Mr. Justice Cooper refusing to issue a commission to the defendants in the case of the Rev. Jas. Clarke against ...

    Article : 338 words
  41. CLUB-SWINGING RECORDS.

    In reference to a cable message recently published in the metropolitan press to the effect that Tom Burrows, of Australia, had succeeded in breaking the club-swinging record in England by swinging 2½b. ...

    Article : 101 words
  42. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The following stock was trucked here to-day for Flemmgton:—714 fat sheep and 10 fat bullocks, Agency, Land, and Finance Company of Australia (Melbourne), from Kanimbla Estate, consigned to ...

    Article : 42 words
  43. THE VICTORIAN AGENCY GENERAL.

    Sir George Turner, Premier of Victoria, considers that the salary of the AgentGeneral for Victoria should be at least £2000 per annum, in view of the ...

    Article : 61 words
  44. CORRESPONDENTS' SUGGESTIONS.

    From letters received from correspondents we take the following suggestions:— " Back Blocks " points out the disabilities under which some school teachers in the country labour. ...

    Article : 438 words
  45. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 216 words
  46. BREACH OF THE NAVIGATION ACT.

    At the Newcastle Police Court to-day, Captain W. B. Creighton, master of the steamer Maritta, was fined £5 and costs for having committed a breach of the Navigation Act by neglecting to carry a port ...

    Article : 303 words
  47. HOMES FOR CONSUMPTIVES.

    A meeting was held in the council-chambers here last night, presided over by the Mayor, for the pur pose of considering the best means of raising subscriptions to augment the funds of the proposed ...

    Article : 96 words
  48. RIFLE SHOOTING IN SCOTLAND.

    In the shooting for the Scottish Championship at Glasgow, at the same ranges as those for the Queen's Prize at Bisley, Sergeant Ross, one of the Victorian refle ...

    Article : 51 words
  49. AQUATIC CARNIVAL AT NEWCASTLE.

    The Rev. W. F. James, seamen's chaplain, who, at the request of the citizens celebration committee, has undertaken the work of supervising the decorations and illumination of the harbour, has completed ...

    Article : 173 words
  50. PRIVILEGES TO MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

    The following circular letter has been issued to members of Parliament by the President of the Legislative Council and the Speaker:—"The President and Mr. Speaker have decided that members ...

    Article : 96 words
  51. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Mr. Ebenezer Erskino Scott, a well-known chartered accountant, actuary, &c. ...

    Article : 22 words
  52. FISHER AND CO.'S FAMOUS " NATARA."

    Cures the Throat, Cures the Chest, Cures the Head. One dose relieves, one bottle cures, Never fails, 1s 6d per bottle. All chemists and storekeepers, and at the Pharmacy, 337 George-street, ...

    Article : 49 words
  53. COLUMBIA BICYCLES

    Are marvels of BEAUTY, STRENGTH, and LIGHTNESS. M. Moss and Co., Wynyard-lane, Sydney.—[ADVT.] ...

    Article : 17 words
  54. TO-DAY'S REHEARSAL.

    The attention of Public school teachers is callad to the advertisement regarding special trams running direct to the cricket ground to-day from Dalwich Hill and Balmain, Children must pay school rates, ...

    Article : 84 words
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