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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) BISHOP LANIGAN ON RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.

    Speaking at the breaking-up to-day of St. Patrick's Convent of Mercy day school Bishop Lanigan said that the Catholic Church was not partial Christianity, but the guardian and security for the ...

    Article : 271 words
  3. THE SHOPS AT CHRISTMAS-TIDE. FIFTH NOTICE. LLOYD AND COLLINS, GEORGE-STREET.

    "Exquisite," the visitor to Lloyd and Collins's is expected to say as he is shown a variety of goods which, taken together, form one of the most artistic collections ever displayed under one ...

    Article : 541 words
  4. CHURCH NEWS. ANGLICAN.

    The Primate preached on Sunday morning at the Cathedral; in the afternoon he administered the rite of confirmation at St. Mark's, Granville, and preached at the evening service. On Monday ...

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  5. BEALE AND CO.

    Beale and Co., who concentrate their attention upon three special lines, have premises in George and Oxford streets in the city and at King-street, Newtown. The firm stock three things, each of ...

    Article : 130 words
  6. BAPTIST.

    Last Sunday the Rev. F. E. Harry completed the fourth anniversary of his pastorate at the Bathurst-street Church. The Rev. C. Bright, formerly of Sydney and now ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. PRIMITIVE METHODIST.

    The Forest Lodge and Leichhardt churches have decided to ask the conference's sanction to amalgamate and form one station for the ensuing year. The united station has invited the Rev. J. E. ...

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  8. COLE'S BOOKLAND.

    A library has been termed "a repository of medicine for the mind," and such being true, Cole's Bookland must be one of the most valuable health-giving centres in the city, for his stock of mind ...

    Article : 432 words
  9. HEPWORTHS, LIMITED.

    To Hepworths belongs the distinction of being the pioneers of the system of direct trading—a system of supplying goods direct from the manufacturers, and thus saving the purchaser the profits usually made ...

    Article : 184 words
  10. SALVATION ARMY.

    The Salvation Army is making arrangements for a Christmas dinner in the City Temple, Goulburn-street, for destitute men. Colonel Estill, the colony commander, will be present in charge of the ...

    Article : 150 words
  11. BOURKE LAND BOARD.

    The Land Court to-day considered the matter of the new appraisement of the rental of Pirillie leasehold, area of 110,108 acres. Inspector Gordon estimated that the area, fully ...

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  12. I. ISRAEL.

    Mr. Israel's shop and warehouses in Goulburn-street are full of the usual stocks suitable to the time of year, and a specialty put up for the Christmas trade is gold-tipped Ceylon tea packed in handy ...

    Article : 90 words
  13. SYDNEY CITY MISSION.

    The missionaries of the Sydney City Mission are busy making their annual appeal for funds to enable them to give the poor people in their districts a substantial meal on Christmas Day. Last Christmas ...

    Article : 45 words
  14. J. G. HANKS AND CO.

    While many another good house rushes into the market with a flourish, this old and well-known firm continues its way increasing its output year by year, and adding to its deservedly high popularity. The ...

    Article : 109 words
  15. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

    The meeting at the Central Institute on Friday was conducted by the hon. secretary, Miss Reanie. On Thursday, the 10th instant, the last social for the year was given by the evangelistic department at the ...

    Article : 129 words
  16. MARCHANT'S STATIONER'S HALL.

    This establishment, which is opposite The Strand, in George-street, is the centre of a scene of much animation at this time of the year, for here will be seen the great Christmas show of cards, picture ...

    Article : 204 words
  17. DYMOCK'S BOOK ARCADE.

    Adjoining the Royal Hotel, Dymock's Book Arcade has been turned into Fairy Land.The entire length of the arcade is transformed by tasteful arches illuminated with tiny electric lamps, which make ...

    Article : 392 words
  18. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Latest stock passings: Two hundred and six fat cattle, from Walford Downs to Nyagan via Bogan, Mason owner: 2660 ewes, from Woodstock to Flemington, H. Colless owner; 360 wethers, from ...

    Article : 500 words
  19. YOUNG MEN'S CHIRSTIAN ASSOCIATION.

    A breakfast will be given on Christmas morning to destitute young men, of which class over 300 assembled last year for a similar treat. At the conclusion of the breakfast there will be a short ...

    Article : 107 words
  20. J. W. CLIFF, JUN., AND CO.

    This firm, known as the Sydney Furnishing House, have very commodious premises at Pitt-street, two doors north of King-street. One is surprised on entering to find such spacious and well lighted ...

    Article : 288 words
  21. SUNDAY SERVICES.

    On page 14 will be found particulars of the services to be held in the various churches to-morrow. ...

    Article : 21 words
  22. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Arrival: Buteshire (s.), from Brisbane 10th September, Townsville 20th September, Keppel Bay 10th October, Sydney 17th October, Wellington 24th October. Departures: Castle Holem, barque, for Adelaide; ...

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  23. ROMAN CATHOLIC.

    The Rev. St. Clair Bridge, son of Mr. John Bridge, arrived from Rome on Sunday last, and is doing temporary duty at St. Mary's Cathedral. He will preach at the High Mass at 11 o'clock on Sunday. ...

    Article : 158 words
  24. PERDRIAU AND CO.

    Messrs. Perdriau, of the Australian Rubber Works, Dean's-place and George-street, Sydney, and also at Queen-street, Melbourne, are well known throughout the colonies. They have lately ...

    Article : 230 words
  25. MRS. M'CATHIE'S LADIES' WAREHOUSE.

    Mrs. M'Cathie's warehouse in King-street is well known to ladies residing in Sydney and visitors from all parts of the colony. It is a favourite house from which to obtain costumes that carry the stamp of ...

    Article : 321 words
  26. PRESBYTERIAN.

    Mr. A. J. Doig, B.A., catechist, has returned from Narrabri in a state of illhealth, and his place is now being supplied by the Cooerwull medallist, Mr. Crawford, B.A. ...

    Article : 140 words
  27. SOUTH KINGSTON COLLEGE, STANMORE.

    On Wednesday afternoon the annual entertainment in connection with the above college took place, the school-hall being tastefully decorated for the occasion. The programme included dialogues, ...

    Article : 168 words
  28. THE GOLDSMITHS AND SILVERSMITHS' ALLIANCE.

    The business carried on under the above style is situated in the very heart of the city. King-street, and a glance at the window invariably suggests the Jewel Cave at Jenolan, only the cave suffers by ...

    Article : 231 words
  29. CONGREGATIONAL.

    The Rev. J. Fordyce, M.A., has been compelled by the state of his health to take a rest in the mountains. The Rev. Dr. Fraser has been invited by the South ...

    Article : 428 words
  30. THE NEW LORD MAYOR OF LONDON.

    A London paper of 29th September gives the following account of the election of the new Lord Mayor of London:—To-day being Michaelmas Day, the liverymen of the ...

    Article : 452 words
  31. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Mariposa arrived at San Francisco at 8 o'clock on the morning of Thursday last, the 17th instant. The Ophir arrived at Plymouth on the 15th December. ...

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  32. MOUNTED RIFLEMEN'S TRIP TO ENGLAND.

    Sir,—I am informed that the Government is considering the question of paying £500 towards the cost of sending a team of mounted riflemen to England to take part in some military exhibition. ...

    Article : 587 words
  33. GOWING BROTHERS, GEORGE-STREET.

    Gowing Brothers are an old-established firm which traces its origin back for a generation. They cater more particularly for the masculine gender—for boys, for men, and for persons who occupy the ...

    Article : 268 words
  34. THE A.U.S.N. COMPANY'S LINE.

    The Arawatta is due from Brisbane to-morrow, and sails hence for Melbourne on Monday, the 21st, at 7 p.m. The Wodonga sails from Melbourne to-day for Sydney, and sails hence on Tuesday next for Brisbane and ports to ...

    Article : 112 words
  35. MICK SIMMONS.

    The Haymarket is rich in enterprise, and Mr. Mick Simmons is in the front rank where enterprise is in question. His stock of smokers' requisites and cigars and tobaccos remind one of those mighty ...

    Article : 154 words
  36. LATE CHARTERS.

    J. W. Wendt, steel ship, 1745 tons, Sydney to London, general. City of Dundee (s.), 2612 tons, Newcastle to Java, coal. Dorothea, iron barque, 970 tons, Newcastle to the West ...

    Article : 39 words
  37. CHALMERS CHURCH BAZAAR.

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  38. A. HALL AND CO., GEORGE-STREET.

    The name of this well-known house is a household word throughout the colony. Going through the spacious showrooms the visitor is impressed with the variety of style and time of the furniture ...

    Article : 111 words
  39. J. W. E. GEORGE.

    Whatever the season the dentist is a necessary friend, but perhaps the Christmas season makes him not only a necessary but a valued one. The rooms occupied by Mr. George in Pitt-street are so ...

    Article : 69 words
  40. WESLEYAN.

    A charity concert in aid of the fund for providing Christmas cheer, for destitute families is to be held under distinguished patronage in the Centenary Hall on Monday next. ...

    Article : 109 words
  41. C. G. HATTE, NEWTOWN.

    Mr. C. G. Hatte is, in trade parlance, fighting a great battle. Some people adopt as their battle-cry "Town v. Country," and are continually complaining that the metropolis gets more than a fair ...

    Article : 390 words
  42. NOXIOUS WEEDS AND PAYMENT OF MEMBERS.

    Sir,—I notice in your issue of Wednesday a letter above the signature Fred. D. Badgery. Mr. B. blames the payment of members for the delay of legislation in the above direction. This is where he ...

    Article : 244 words
  43. W. BURNETT, OXFORD-STREET.

    The arrangement of Mr. Burnett's valuable stock makes a very interesting and pleasant feature in busy Oxford-street. Such articles as are specially suitable for Christmas and New Year's gifts have ...

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  44. SALE OF WORK AT WATERLOO.

    Yesterday afternoon a sale of work and Christmas Tree in connection with the Mount Lachlan Wesleyan Church, Waterloo, was opened by the Mayoress of Waterloo, in the schoolroom adjoining ...

    Article : 83 words
  45. JAMES HARRIS.

    No. 538 George-street is exactly opposite the Town Hall, and apart from that fact visitors to the city could hardly avoid seeing the attractive tailoring display made by Mr. James Harris. The stock is ...

    Article : 53 words
  46. COUNCIL OF THE CHURCHES.

    The above held its monthly meeting on Tuesday last. Attention was given to the increasing extent to which the laws against Sunday-trading were broken by a certain class of traders in fruit, &c., ...

    Article : 295 words
  47. THE NEW LETTER-BOXES.

    Sir,—The new letter-boxes just supplied for use of the city are far too small, and very insecure, in-asmuch as the receptacle is soon filled up to top. Instance: this afternoon the box at the corner of ...

    Article : 80 words
  48. GUYATT AND CO.

    The well-known establishment of Messrs. Guyatt and Co., George-street, is stocked with the newest surgical instruments and appliances. Many a resident of the colony has cause to remember this ...

    Article : 59 words
  49. THE MISFIT PARLOUR, WYNYARD-STREET.

    The growth of Mr. Nathan Herman's enterprise is the best proof he could have of the popularity of of the policy he has pursued. Originally a "Parlour"—a spacious one it is true—the original design ...

    Article : 286 words
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