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  2. THE WEATHER.

    Excepting in the north-east of the colony, rain has fallen, light for the most part. At Cobar they had nearly an inch. Crossing the continent from the far N.W. more or loss rain has fallen. Along the ...

    Article : 144 words
  3. CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES.

    The annual dinner in connection with the Chamber of Manufactures was held at the Metropolitan Hotel, Castlereagh and King streets, last night. Mr. C. H. Hoskins presided. On the right of the chairman ...

    Article : 1,668 words
  4. SALE OF AUTOGRAPHS.

    There is always something affecting in the dispersion of a fine collection, whether it he of books, or china, or curios. We may see in it the vanity of human wishes strongly pictured. The ruling passion ...

    Article : 1,516 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    There was an excellent attendance at the matinee of "A Milk-white Flag" yesterday, and there was again a large audience in the evening. Messrs. Hoyt and M'Kee's American Company sails for Auckland ...

    Article : 42 words
  6. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURF.

    The Rates at Kensington will be thrown open to-day, when a programme of pony and galloway races will be run torough. The usual facilities will be afforded by omnibus and tram services for reaching ...

    Article : 856 words
  7. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    Sailed: Bells, barque, for Melbourne. Sailed:—Ganymede, barque, from Lytteiton for Sydney. CU-TOM-HOUSE.—Entered outwards: December 2, Tanais (s.), 1734 tons. Captain Remes, for Noumes; ...

    Article : 147 words
  8. NEWS FROM THE CAPE. BULAWAYO COMPENSATION BOARD.

    Up to 6th November 919 claims had been paid by the Compensation Board, amounting to £316,481. Further claims amounting to £60,000 ara still to be dealt with. ...

    Article : 34 words
  9. ASSEGAIS TO NATIVES—THE SUPPLY PROHIBITED.

    The following important Prolcamation appears on 6th November:— Whereas it is provided by her Majesty's Order in Council of 9th May, 1891, that the High ...

    Article : 279 words
  10. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT.

    The attendance at the Philharmonic Society's concert at the Town Hall last night was not so large, owing to the rain, as the tuneful and varied character of the programme would otherwise have ...

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  11. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.)

    A thunderstorm was experienced here to-day, and 17 points of rain fell. The country and late crops are looking splendid. ALBION PARK, Wednesday. ...

    Article : 1,323 words
  12. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Massilia, henee 27th October, arrived at Suce on Tuesday morning, the 1st instant. The Shaw-Savill liner Aotea, from Wellington 19th October, arrived at London on the 30th ultimo. ...

    Article : 53 words
  13. THE PORT MELBOURNE.

    In the Anglo-Australasian line the steamer Port Melbourne, in command of Captain Francis P. Aubin, reports leaving London for Sydney and Newcastle, via Albany and Adelaide at 2.10 p.m. on the 24th September, landed the ...

    Article : 639 words
  14. THE RINDERPEST.

    The following telegrams show the latest developments of the rinderpost plague:— Kimberley, November 9.—Rinderpest has broken out at Beaconsfield. Twelve cattle took sick, and ...

    Article : 535 words
  15. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The folloeing team has been selected to play against New South Wales on the 19th December:—R. Bailey, Darling, A. Evans, G. Giffen, C. Hill, Jarvis (2), E. Jones, Lyons, Reedman, and Travers. ...

    Article : 45 words
  16. MARIST BROTHERS SCHOOL SPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 423 words
  17. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. ALEXANDRIA.

    This council met on 25th November, when the Mayor (Alderman Banner) occupied the chair, and there were also present—Aldermen O'Riordan, Ralph, Dacey, Furnise, Harden, Hannan, Swain, and Allen. A letter was read ...

    Article : 260 words
  18. HANDBALL.

    The Fort-street M.P.S. Handball Club defeated Cleveland-street S.P.S. on the lalter's court by 4 games to nil (98 points to 69). ...

    Article : 27 words
  19. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITALS.

    Mrs. Jefferson might be described as having "t[?]ted gracefully" with the Town Hall organ yesterday afternoon, for her programme was almost entirely compounded of light, sweet music. The ...

    Article : 188 words
  20. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.)

    The Amateur Picnic Races were well attended to-day. ...

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  21. CONCORD.

    The Lands Department has intimated to the council that it has been discovered that the dedication of Barton, Copeland, Dibbs, Paekes, and Powell streets, in 1893, had been made by the Government under the unpression that the ...

    Article : 68 words
  22. AQUATICS. SYDNEY CANOE CLUB.

    The above club held a "camp fire" at the clubroom on Monday ecening last. The room was very vicely decorated with bunting and Chinese lanterns. There was a good attendance of members and ...

    Article : 54 words
  23. MENTONE RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 599 words
  24. DRUMMOYNE.

    A meeting was held on 25th November, there being present—Aldermen M. S. Foley, J.P. (Mayor, Sewell, J.P., Richards, Baron, Byrne, Sutton, and the council clerk (Mr. W.N.G. Palmer). A letter was received from the ...

    Article : 180 words
  25. THE GREY NURSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I have been reading with interest the correspondence in your journal anent this particular species of shark, and have been rather amused at the way in which the parties maintain (with some little ...

    Article : 273 words
  26. JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB.

    At this club's meeting held at Jacobson's Hotel on Thesday evening, it was decided to accept the trophy offered by the proprietors of Walker's whisky as a prize in connection with the intercolonial 22ft. ...

    Article : 81 words
  27. NEW CRAFT.

    W. H. Golding, of Balmain, has received an order for a new 22-footer from the crew that have lately had the Esmeralda. The new boat is to be ready in time for the intercolonial contests. ...

    Article : 38 words
  28. MME. HENRY'S CERCLE LITTERAIRE.

    Yesterday afternoon the Cercle Litteraire Francais, under the direction of Mme. Juliette Henry, held a reunion at Australian-chambers. The affair was recognised as the last of the year, and ...

    Article : 331 words
  29. GRANVILLE.

    A meeting was held on 27th November Present: The Mayor (Alderman T. Irous), and Aldermen Windsor. Finnegan, Palmer, Kay, Spears, Lane, Bowden, Kirk, and Kelman Alderman spears reported, as a delegate from ...

    Article : 174 words
  30. CHRIST CHURCH GARDEN FETE.

    Yesterday afternoon, in the grounds attached to the parsonage of Christ Church, St. Lamence, Pittstreet, Sydney, the annual garden fete in connection with that parish wad opened in the presence of a ...

    Article : 129 words
  31. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Will you grant me a little space for a reply to Mr. Cohen's letter in Saturdsy's Herald? To begin with the particular. The shelf at the boatshed to which I referred was a flagged slope, upon ...

    Article : 481 words
  32. HURSTVILLE.

    As the Penshurst Progress Association has intimated to the council that it wanted the council to form Station-street, on Kemp's estate, it was decided that the works committee report on the dedication of the streets on the ...

    Article : 90 words
  33. THE BORDER TAX ON WOOL.

    A petition, presented by the residents of the M'Intyre River district, for the remission of the border tax on wool, has been officially refused. But for the tax of £2 10s per ton the wool would come to ...

    Article : 69 words
  34. MARRICKVILLE.

    The council has adopted the report of a special committee recommending that the houses in various streets enumerated be numbered. The report of the finance committee re insuring against the Employeds' Liability Act ...

    Article : 57 words
  35. MOSMAN

    A meeting ot the Mosman Council was held in the council-chambers, Military-road, on the 24th November. The Mayor (Alderman P.T. Taylor) presided, and there were also present Aldermen Malley, Rose, Alderson, Harnett, ...

    Article : 307 words
  36. WATER AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    Sir,—In your report of the weekly meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board, held yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon, the following statement appears:— "The secretary recommended that as the board did ...

    Article : 434 words
  37. WOOLLAR RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 73 words
  38. Mr. G. L. GOODMAN'S MATINEE.

    The heavy reservation of seats for this afternoon's entertainment in honour of Mr. G. L. Goodman, testifies both to the popularity of the Lycoum treasurer and to the strength of the programme. ...

    Article : 251 words
  39. ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The monthly meeting of the Royal Society of New south Wales was held at the society's house, Elizabeth-street, last evening. Mr. J. H. Maiden presided. The following gentlemen were elected ...

    Article : 488 words
  40. CYCLING.

    The Cyclists' Union race meeting, which commences on the Cricket Ground on Saturday, 12th instant promises to be an attractive and important one. The races have been well chosen, and cater ...

    Article : 136 words
  41. NEWTOWN.

    The Secretary for Railways has written to this council in reference to council's complaint of the dust arising from the tramway coke shed on the railway bridge, and promising to minimise the nuisance as much as possible, and ...

    Article : 81 words
  42. ARMIDALE CARNIVAL.

    The cycling carnival was held on the cricket ground to-day. There was a large attendance, the fields were big, and the racing good. The results were:— ...

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  43. THE RISKS OF FEDERATION.

    Sir,—With your kind permission, I should like to say few words on this important subject. I read with interest Mr. W. H. Flavelle's letter in your issue of Friday; but it seems to me that the course ...

    Article : 122 words
  44. A GRAND TREE.

    Sir,—Permit me through the medium of your paper to call attention to one of the finest flowering trees in the vegetable kingdom, and which is now in full flower at Double Bay, viz., Calodendron ...

    Article : 335 words
  45. PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD.

    The Public Health Department has called the attention of this council to the unsatisfactory state of some of the dairies, and recommended that the licenses be cancelled unless the premises were at once improved. ...

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  46. THE SALVATION ARMY AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES.

    Sir,—May I offer a small piece of personal testimony on the above subject. I was for 10 mouths of last year resident in Ceylon, and during the whole of that time had exceplional opportunities of seeing the ...

    Article : 257 words
  47. RANDWICK.

    At the meeting held on the 24th November the Mayor (Alderman J. A. I. Perry)presided, and the following were also present:—Aldermen W. Houston, G. Gale, P. Royall, J. Hincks, W. Larmour T. J/ Lowe, T. B. Perry, F. W. R. ...

    Article : 185 words
  48. CRICKET.

    The Rushcutter Bay Oval was yesterday occupied by a match between an eleven selected by Mr. A. H. Macarthur and a team from the great puplic schools. A large and fashionable attendance took a ...

    Article : 744 words
  49. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.

    Sir,—Your correspondent "A WorkinR Man," whose article appeared in your issue of the 1st instant, is evidently one of those individuals who are never satisfied. His method does not in any way ...

    Article : 100 words
  50. RAIL FARES BETWEEN SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.

    Sir,—The Commissioners managing the intercolonial railways are offering greater inducements to travellers by sea than to those who prefer to be their exclusive customers. Is this right? ...

    Article : 183 words
  51. STRATHFIELD.

    At the last meeting arrears of rates amounting to £854 17s 5d were reported. The Gas Company intimated that the lighting of suburbs with the incandescent burners would be attended to after the lighting of the city had been ...

    Article : 36 words
  52. THE MOREE RAILWAY.

    Funds having been liberally subscribed, a public meeting called on requisition by the Mayor was held at the School of Arts last night, at which it was decided to hold a demonstration on the occasion of ...

    Article : 105 words
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