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  2. AMUSEMENTS. LYCEUM THEATRE.

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) THE PREMIER'S VISIT TO THE NORTHWEST.

    Mr. Collins, M.L.A., who interviewed the Premier in regard to his proposed visit to the North-West district, says that Mr. Re[?]d is undecided as to what date he will come to Narrabri, but will probably ...

    Article : 79 words
  4. CHURCH NEWS. ANGLICAN.

    The Primate on Saturday afternoon administered the rite of confirmation at All Saints', Woollahra; preached on Sunday morning at the Cathedral, in the afternoon he administered the rite of ...

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  5. COMMANDANT BOOTH IN SYDNEY. ENTERTAINED AT TEA.

    Yesterday evening Mr. Quong Tart entertained at tea Commandant Booth, Mrs. Booth, Colonel Peart, Colonel Estill, Major Veal, and other staff offcers of the Salvation Army. Besides the officers ...

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  6. SUGAR GROWING AND COLOURED LABOUR.

    Last evening, in the Redforn Town Hall, Mr. Temper[?]y, president of the North Coast Antialien League delivered on address on the coloured labour question, with special reference to the sugar ...

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  7. PROPOSED LIVERPOOL TO MULGOA RAILWAY.

    The Mayor has received a communication from the Minister for Works, through Mr. V. Parkes, M.L.A., stating that the proposed deputation to urge that the starting point of the above railway be located at ...

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  8. THEATRE ROYAL.

    Mr. George Rig[?]old will open his season at the Theatre Royal this evening with a spectacular revival of " Henry V." at popular prices. Mr. Rignold will, of course, reappear in his great part as ...

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  9. THE WHEAT HARVEST.

    The recent rain will delay harvesting operations, but it is not likely to affect the quality of the grain or the yi[?]ds. The farmers are expecting 5s per bushel for the new season's wheat. Darling and ...

    Article : 285 words
  10. THE SOUTHERN COAL TRADE.

    Coal-loading operations were carried on at Wollongong to-day with much briskness. Five vessels left with cargoes, namely, the Macleay, with 170 tons: the Western Star, 165 tons: the Malcolm. ...

    Article : 102 words
  11. THE SUGAR INDUSTRY.

    A small millow[?]er expects to cease crushing in about three weeks' time. The mill is at present engaged in treating a large field of Dupont cane, estimated to go 70 tons to the acre. Since the recent ...

    Article : 84 words
  12. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    Hoyt's comedians, who sail for New Zealand on route to San Francisco by the Talune next Saturday, will make their appearance at Her Majesty's Theatre to-night in Charles Hoyt's military, spectacular, ...

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  13. SHOCKING CASE OF SUICIDE.

    A sensation was caused in the city o-day by the suicide of a letter-carrier named George E. Wilton. The deceased delivered his letters as usual this morning and was in excellent spirits. He was ...

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  14. THE DRINK TRAFFIC IN AUSTRALASIA.

    Sir,—Temperance advocates are frequently charged with immensely overrating the [?]onomic importance of the drink question. There are thousands of persons in the community who profess to deplore ...

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  15. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening there will be a varied programme at the T[?]oli Theatre, when Miss Alice Leamar will sing " All for the Lad I Love " and other songs, whilst Mr. John Coleman will be heard ...

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  16. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    A well-attended meeting of the supporters of Alderman Robert Fowler, M.L.C., was held at M'Grath's Palace Hotel, Haymartket, George-street, last evening, when it was decided to take steps to ...

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  17. ROMAN CATHOLIC.

    Yesterday the death of Mother Adamson, the first reverend mother of the sisters of the Good Samaritan, was announced. A solemn requiem office and requiem mass will be offered for her at St. Mary's ...

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  18. SALON CINEMATOGRAPHE.

    Mr. James M'Mahon arranged for a special exhibition of the animated tableaux at the Salon Cinematographe, Pitt-street, yesterday, in honour of his Excellency the Governor and Viscouhn[?]ss Hampden, ...

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  19. THE SOUTH MINE ACCIDENT RELIEF FUND.

    The trustees of the South Mine Accident Relief Fund have decided to replace a deposit of £1500 In the Bank of New South Wales for the coming 12 months, retaining £100 for the ensuing year's ...

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  20. THE SALVATION ARMY ANDITS MISSION TO THE HEATHEN.

    The letter of the Rev. Samuel Ella which appeared in yesterday's Herald was read with much attention by the officers of the Salvation Army yesterday. The opinions expressed in it with regard to ...

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  21. THE LUMIERE CINEMATOGRAPHE.

    During the week large audiences have witnessed the a[?]mated tableaux of the L[?]re Cinematographe at the Criterion Theatre. Messrs. Sestler and H. Walter Barnett have succeeded in applying ...

    Article : 111 words
  22. PRESBTTERIAN.

    A successful social was given in St. James' Presbyterian Church, Burwood, on Thursday evening for the purpose of celebrating the close of the session of the guild in connection with the church. The Rev. ...

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  23. MR. GEORGE L. GOODMAN'S BENEFIT.

    Mr. George L. Goodman, who has so long represented Messrs. Williamson and Musgrove as business manager, will take his benefit at the Lyceum Theatre next Thursday afternoon, the matinee serving as a ...

    Article : 201 words
  24. THE COMMANDANT AT WAGGA.

    Major-General French (Commandant of the New South Wales Forces), accompanied by Major Bayley, arrived from Young last night, and was received by the Mayor, Captain Jefferson, and other ...

    Article : 138 words
  25. CONGREGATIONAL.

    The flower service of the Pyrmout Church and Sunday School was held last Sunday. An address was given by the Rev. Theo, Parr, M.A., and the church was beautifully decorated with flowers and ...

    Article : 114 words
  26. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Arrivals: San Domenico, barque, sailed from Port Pirie 25th June: Celtic King (s.), from Sydney 19th September, via Wellington 26th September; Magn[?] barque, from Fremantle, sailed 11th July. ...

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  27. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITALS.

    By arrangement with the City Council, Mr. Arthur Mason will give a recital of clastic and popular music on the Town Hall organ to-night. Mr. Mason's more solid numbers will be Bach's " Fugue ...

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  28. THE DISAPPEARANCE OF CAPTAIN WELLER.

    The search party that went out yesterday looking for the missing Captain Weller returned last night, having discovered nothing. PENRITH, Friday. ...

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  29. WESLEYAN.

    To-morrow is the day fixed for the Wesleyan conference as Temperance Sunday, and addresses on the liquor traffic will be delievered in all the Wesleyan churches throughout the colony. On Tuesday ...

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  30. MR. CAMPBELL'S RECITAL.

    There was a fashionable attendance, which included the Viscountess Hampden and suite, at the Y.M.C.A. Hall last night, when Mr. Lawrence Campbell, with the assistance of well-known artists, ...

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  31. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.

    A meeting of the Petersham Australian Natives' Association was held at Petersham Town Hall on Thursday night. Dr. T. B. Cl[?] presided. There was a large attendance of ...

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  32. CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND.

    Sir,—The Public Service Board in their report recently issued, after quoting section 54 of the Civil Service Act, providing for a reduction pro rata of all pensions in case of the fund breaking down, and ...

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  33. BAPTIST.

    At the North Sydney School of Arts on Thursday the Rev. W. R. Hiddlestone gave a song lecture, entitled " The Emancipated Staves of America," in connection with the North Sydney Baptist Church. ...

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  34. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The M. M. Company's Tanais left Noumea yesterday at noon, and is due here on Tuesday next. ...

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  35. THE A.U.S.N. COMPANY'S LINE.

    The Rockton is due from West Australia and Melbourne to-day, and leaves for Melbourne, Adelaide, A[?]bany, Fremantle, and Geraldton Tuesday, 1st December. The Cintra leaves Brisbane to-day for Sydney, and sails hence ...

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  36. RIVER REPORTS.

    The following river reports were issued this morning:—Yetman, low: Mungundi, 4ft. 8in., falling; Mogil Mogil, 1ft, falling; Collarendabri, 1ft. 9in., falling; Walgett, Barwon, 8ft. 5in., rising. Namoi, ...

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  37. PRIMITIVE METHODIST.

    St. Peter's Chuch anniversary was held last Sunday. The Rev. P. S. Young preached at the Monday service and Mr. W. A. Wilson at night. The Pyrmont school anniversary services were ...

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  38. NEWCASTLE ABATTOIRS CONFERENCE.

    A meeting of the abattoirs committee was held this evening at the Newcastle Council chambers to receive a report from Mr. T. Houghton as to the proposed sites for abattoirs for the Northern district. ...

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  39. FORGOTTEN SYDNEY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—On the 15th May, 1788, the foundation-stone of a private house for Governor Phillip was laid, and a plate of copper, with the following inscription engraved upon it, was placed in the wall:—"Arthur ...

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  40. THE ABERDEEN WHITE STAR LINE.

    The Demas[?]ns left London on the 25th instant, for Melbourne and Sydney. ...

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  41. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

    A letter of thanks has been sent by the committee to Mrs. T. A. Bailey for her help and for addresses in the various branches during her stay. On Friday and on Monday she addressed the city ...

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  42. THE TYSER LINE.

    The steamer Indraghiri left London on Tuesday, 24th instant, for Melbourne and Sydney. ...

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  43. THE NARRUNG.

    The steamer Narrung, the latest addition to the L[?]nd line, is due to-day from London, via ports. She will berth at Central Wharf. A copy of her m[?]fest is given elsewhere. ...

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  44. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.

    The great features in the programme for the Philharmonic Society's concert at the Town Hall next Wednesday areits brightness and the well-contrasted styles of music in[?]duced. Signor Hazon will ...

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  45. THE RISKS OF FEDERATION.

    Sir,—While unhesitatingly admiring the able and sensible letter signed William H. Flavelle which appears in your issue of to-day, I, nevertheless, fail to think that the putting into execution of the ...

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  46. SALVATION ARMY.

    Advantage has been taken of so many officers of the Salvation Army being together in Sydney to effect an interchange of stations. Nearly half the corps will have new commanding and subordinate ...

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  47. THE PATRIARCH.

    The ship Patriarch, from Port Pirie to Sydney, passed Green Cape at 12.15 a.m. yesterday, with a gale behind her. She is expected here to-day, and comes to Mr. S. A. Joseph to load for London. ...

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  48. THE BRITISH AND COLONIAL LINE.

    The steamship Buluwayo, from London, via South African ports, Messrs. Da[?]gar, Gedye, and Company are advised, left the Cape of Good Hope on last Wednesday for Sydney to load here for London. ...

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  49. MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION.

    During the week special open-air services have been held at the corner of Oxford-street and Bourke-street under the auspices of the East Sydney Ministers' Association. Each evening the ministers and workes ...

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  50. THE ABERDEEN LINE.

    It was intended to yesterday despatch the steamer Aberdeen for London, via the South African ports of Natal and the Cape, but in cousequence of the wet westher, a quantity of perishable cargo could not be loaded, and the ...

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  51. PUBLIC SERVICES, &c., FOR TOMORROW.

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  52. MISS ALICE BRYANT'S CONCERT.

    An organ recital was given in the Presbyterian Church, Manly, on Thursday last, in aid of the church funds, by Miss Alice Bryant. The talented young organist opened with " Fantasia—Fugue, G ...

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  53. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Under the above heading in your issue of the 23rd instant the following statement occurs:—" The Military Barracks occupied what is now known as Wynyard-square. The main building faced the ...

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  54. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

    The mission of Mr. T. A. Bailey, the military evangelist, was brought to a close at the Y.M.C.A. Hall on Tuesday last, and on the following day Mr. and Mrs. Bailey left for the Southern capital. ...

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  55. PUBLIC SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT.

    The pupils of the Fort-street Model Public School will perform G. F. Root's cantata " Phyllis, or the Farmer's Daughter," at her Majesty's Theatre on the afternoon of Saturday, 12th December. ...

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  56. Advertising

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  57. MISS LILIAN FROST'S CONCERT.

    Next Tuesday evening an organ recital and sacred concert will be given in Pitt-street Congregational Church. Mrs. W. Upton (soprano), Mrs. J. F. Truscott (contralto), Mr. W. Upton (tenor), and ...

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  58. Advertising

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