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  2. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

    The defeat of the Government financial measures in the Legislative Council brings us face to face with a constitutional difficulty of considerable importance. As, however, it has been foreseen, it is likely that ...

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  3. REUNION OF CHRISTENDOM.

    The occlesiastical Prelate whose recent lecture on the "Reeunion of Christendom" appears to have set Protestantism by the cars smiled amusedly when it was suggested to him by a representative of the ...

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  4. SYDNEY CITY MISSION.

    A tea and public meeting was held yesterday evening at Alexandria in connection with the work of the Sudney City Mission in that suburb. The tea took place in the Alexandria Town Hall, and was ...

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  5. CHURCH NEWS.

    Solemn High Mass was celebrated at St. Francis' Roman Catholic Church, Paddington, on Sunday, in commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the Church. The celebrant of the mass was the Rev. ...

    Article : 157 words
  6. NEWS BY THE AMERICAN MAIL.

    Canada is to have an international exposition. It is to run from May to October, 1896. The exposition is to be held in Montreal. The site will not only cover the presoet exposition grounds, ...

    Article : 217 words
  7. FOOTBALL.

    The following junior Metropolitan team has been chosen to play against the Central-Southern team on Saturday at the Sydney Cricket Ground:—Full-back, Dooley (Carlton), three-quarters, Cripps ...

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  8. REV. A J. CLARKE'S MISSION, LEICHHARDT.

    The attendance at the Leichhaerdt Town Hall on Sunday evening was one of the largest during the present mission, which is conducted by Rev. A. J. Clarke. The members of Duffied's orchestra were ...

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  9. GOOD TEMPLAR SERVICE.

    An official Good Templar service was held in the Primitive Methodist Church, Waterloo, on Sunday evening last, Messrs. G. D. Clark, G. C. T., and G. H. Wigley G.S. J.T., taking part. The Rev. Thomas ...

    Article : 153 words
  10. FOR THE NORTH POLE.

    It is announced from Stockholm that King Oscar will subscribe 30,000 kroner to the promotion of M. Andre's project for reaching the North Tole by a balloon, thereby making ...

    Article : 188 words
  11. JUNIOR UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS.

    Sir,—Among the many questions on the physical geography paper at the recent Junior University examination was the following:- "A cablegram sent from London at 6 p.m, in the ...

    Article : 149 words
  12. VIEWS OF ARCHDEACON GUNTHER.

    During the course of an address at Parramatta, on Sunday, on "What Christianity has done for the Poor," Archdeacon Gunther referred to Prior Vaugha's mission. He said that the Church failed ...

    Article : 301 words
  13. FESTIVAL OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

    The festival of St. John the Baptist was celebrated last evening at the Church of England, Ashfield, which is dedicated to the saint. The proceedings were of an interesting and impressive character ...

    Article : 231 words
  14. The Burrangong Argus, June 21.

    The result, received by wire this morning, was not unexpected by the Government or its representative in the Council, Mr. Want. That gentleman made a forcible address in defence of the measure, but the ...

    Article : 272 words
  15. CONDITION OF THE CROPS.

    The New York World of May prints reports from its correspondents at nearly 300 points in the wheat belt, showing the exact condition of the crop. From these the followmg ...

    Article : 284 words
  16. SHIPPING REPORTS.

    CUSTOM-HOUSE.—Entered outward: June 24, Darmstyadt, German mail steamer, 5316 tons, Captain M. Eichel, for Bremen: Polynesien, French mail steamer, 6481 tons, Captan L. Boulard, for Marseilles, via ports; Wodonga ...

    Article : 525 words
  17. TRENCHANT REMARKS BY THE EXMODERATOR.

    The Rev. George M'Innes, M.A., B.D. (exModerator of the Presbyterian Assembly and Clerk of Session), has expressed himself as follows:—"I read the Cardinal's speech carefully, and find ...

    Article : 655 words
  18. ST. DAVID'S, DOBROYDE.

    A very interesting and impressive service was performed at St. David's Dobrcyde, on Sunday, by the Rev. Geo. M'Innes, M.A., B.D. The subject of the sermon was "The History and Achievements of the ...

    Article : 95 words
  19. The Lithgow Mercury, June 21.

    So far there has been no mistaking the designs of the Council While in the Assembly the Government is backed by a strong majority, in the Council it has the support of only a section. As we write ...

    Article : 337 words
  20. ASHFIELD-ENFIELD TRAM.

    For the purpose of protesting against the proposed substituon of horse for steam traction on the above line a largely-attended meeting was held at Rosedale on Friday night. Aldermen Lipscombe (Mayor of ...

    Article : 139 words
  21. AUSTRALIAN LADYBIRDS.

    THE BLACK SCALE IN COAST COUNTIES The American State Hoard of Horticulture is tending to various coast comital colonies of ladybirds, the natural eneomies of the black scale and other ...

    Article : 157 words
  22. THE COUNCIL AND THE LAND AND INCOME TAX BILLS.

    Sir,—The rejection of the above bills by the Council, which practically annibialtes the whole policy of the Reid Government, places us where we were prior to the last general election, save that ...

    Article : 1,252 words
  23. LUMBER VESSELS.

    Messrs. Pope and Talbot report per Mariposa yesterday— The Darra left Puget Sound for Sydney 13th May wtih 709,148ft. lumber, 250.020 laths; the Ninveth sailed 17th May for Sydney with a full cargol the Earl of Hopetown ...

    Article : 145 words
  24. AN IMPORTANT INVENTION.

    Mr. E. S. Boynton, a Brooklyn inventor, exhibited an electric lattery before the Brooklyn Plectrical Society at New York on 21 at May, from which it is possible to generate electricity for illuminating ...

    Article : 89 words
  25. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—There can be no doubt that we have arrived at a stage in the chequered politics of this colony when we have becomes face to face with a situation absolutely unique, and we shall soon have an ...

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  26. NEW YORK SHIPPING.

    Under New York date 25th Ma, per Marisposa, are the following sailing for Austrlaian ports:—May 4: Ar[?] for Sydney. May 6; Amazon, for Melbourne; Clan M'Leod, for Dunedin and Lyttleton. May 8: J[?] ...

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  27. MR. KYRLE BELLEW STABBED.

    Marat's earlty career, as portrayed by Kyrie Bellew, came near being ended (says a New York correspondent) owing to the superfluous muscular force, backed by dramatic intensity, of Mrs. Brown ...

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  28. THYE MOUNT KEMBLA.—FROM THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.

    The Mount Kembla reports leaving Sydney on Thursday, 30th May, for Noumea, cleared the Heads at 8.30 p,m, and arrived at Noumea Wednesday, 5th June. at daylight, Left Nomea for Suva. Friday, 7th June. cleared ...

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  29. SERMON BY THE REV. WILLIAM MARTIN.

    At St. Barnabas'. George-street West, on Sunday evening, the Rev. William Martin preached a sermon to a crowded congregation, mainly composed of men, on "Romanism Judged from History and the Holy ...

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  30. THE TAIYUAN, FOR HONGKONG.

    The China Navigation Company's steamer Tayyman will leave the wheaft at 10 am. to-morrow for Hongkong and Japan, via ports. The Americvan Transporation Commission (Messars. Panghorn, Stevneon, Jackson, and ...

    Article : 55 words
  31. SALMON IN ALASKA.

    The rapid inroads which the fishing and picking companies have made on the supply of Minion in the Alaskan rivers has given great concern to the American Government for several years past, since it ...

    Article : 459 words
  32. STATE OF THE BARS.

    The Port Macquarie bar yesterday carried a depth of 12ft. and the Lake Macquarie bar 6ft. 6in. at high water, The Camden Haven bar yesterday carried a depth of 13ft. 9ft on the flat. ...

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  33. THE R.M.S. MARIPOSA.

    The Marisposa reports leaving San Francisco at 4.50 p.m. on 30th May, arrived at Honolulu 6th June, at 5 a m. left at 4.40 p.m. and arrived at Samoa (April) 13th June, at 12.50 p.m.., left at 8 p.m., and arrived at Auckland at 8 p.m. ...

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  34. AMUSEMENTS.

    A concert in aid of the funds of the boat club of the Church of England Grammar School, North Sydney, took place in the (school ball last Thursday evening. The members of the school musical society ...

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  35. THE GULF OF BOTHANIA/

    This fine steamer, in the Gulf Line Association, yesterday arrived from Liverpoool to Messrs. A. M'Arthur and Co. She is in command of Captain Ligertwood, who for years traded in the company's vessels to Austrlaia. The voyage ...

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  36. VOYAGE OF THE R.M.S. ROME.

    The P. and O. liner Rome,k in command of Captain A. [?] Daniell, arrived in harbour on Satruday mornign last, at the company's mooring buoy in athel light. The [?] left Gravesend at 4 p.m. on 10th May, and experienced fine ...

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  37. GRANVILLE SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL.

    The annual entertainment in connection with the above school was hold in the Albert Hill Granville, on Friday, and was a great success in every way. The attendance was large. Mr. W. Swann ...

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  38. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The rejection of certain measures of the present Government by the Legislative Council clearly shows that a reform of the Upper House is necessary A division of opinion may, however, exist as to the ...

    Article : 203 words
  39. CHILDREN'S FAIR AT STANMORE.

    On Saturday afternoon and evening a fancy fair and children's garden fete took place within the grounds of Newington, John-street Stanmore for the purpose of assisting the funds of the Children's ...

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  40. THE POLITICAL POSITION.

    Sir,—Whether the members of the Upper House intended it or not, there can be no question but that the eftect of the proceedings m that Chamber has been to bring about a constitutional crisis ...

    Article : 575 words
  41. BENEFIT CONCERT AT BALMAIN.

    The Balmain Town Hall was attended last night by about 1000 persons, on the occasion of a benefit concert to assist the widow and orphans of the late Thoams Hannah who was accidentlly drowned in ...

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  42. MR. REID'S DUTY TOWARDS FREETRADE.

    Sir,—If Mr. Reid is in earnest in his protested desire for freutruade, he must show it now by sending his Customs Bill at once to the Upper House. If it be passed, then he will be able to keep his promise ...

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  43. SERMON BY A PAST GRANDD MASTER.

    On Sunday evening a special religious service under the auspices of No. 51 England's Glory Loyal Orange Lodge, was held in the Church of England, Cook's River-road, St. Peters, by the Rev. E. D. ...

    Article : 560 words
  44. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The Naval Artillery Volunteers' Rifle Club held their fianl prize shoot for the second quarter of 1895, on Saturday last, at Randwick Rifle Butts. Ranges, 500 and 600 yards; handicap limit, 54 points. ...

    Article : 219 words
  45. ST. JOSEPH'S PUPIL'S CONCERT.

    The annual concert in connection with the midwinter vacation by the pupils of St. Joseph's Girls; School, West Balmain, was given last night in the school hall, Weston-street, in the presence of a ...

    Article : 78 words
  46. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Ballaarat, arrived at [?] homewards. The Gemran mail stemaer Hohenstaufen, from [?] yesterday left Adelaide, bound to Sydney. ...

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  47. ARRIVAL OF THE PISAGUA.

    The Chilian barque Pisgua, fom Caleta Buena with [?] tons of rocksalt, arrived on Saturday. This the vessel that put into Noumea in dsitress some time ago, particulars of which have appeared in these columns. ...

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  48. ALL NATIONS' FAIR.

    The above fair, which was opened by Bishop Higgins on Saturday, was continued on Saturday evening and last night. On both evenings attractive musical programmes were presented, and the results ...

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  49. LECTURE.

    Last evening Mr. W. G. Dauncey, C. E., gave the thord of a lectures on the "Manufacture of Iron and Steel." His remarks referred principally to all kind, of refractory materials used for furnace ...

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  50. THE LOONGANA, FROM THE ISLANDS.

    Messrs. On Chong and Company's baruqe Loo[?] Sunday arrived in command of Captain Runcie, from the Gilbert Islands. She made a capital round voyage of three months and eight days, and returns after a smart run ...

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