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  4. CHURCH NEWS. ANGLICAN.

    The Primate, in a letter dated 24th May, says that after visiting Brighton he had goes to Cambridge, where he would stay for about a fortnight, then revisit Brighton, and go to Birkenhead at the end of ...

    Article : 385 words
  5. REDFERN ELECTORATE.

    Mr. W. C. Coomber, one of the freetrade candidates for Redfern, addressed a meeting of the electors at the Australian Eleven Hotel, Elizabethstreet, last evening. Mr Logan occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 110 words
  6. SYDNEY LIEDERTAFEL

    At the 75th concert of the Sydney Liedertafel next week, Felicion David's cantata "The Desert," for male voices and orchestra, will be performed under Mr. J. A. Dolany's direction. Mr. Frank Adams ...

    Article : 49 words
  7. THE BUSHRANGERS.

    Mr. P. W. Marony's fine collection of oil paintings, illustrative of the bushranging era, which has been on view at the Austral Gallery. Strand Arcade, during the past few week, bids fair to become one of ...

    Article : 97 words
  8. DARLINGTON ELECTORATE.

    Mr. William H. Manuell, the freetrade candidate for Darlington, addressed a large meeting from the balcony of Sheard's hotel last evening. Mr. Manuell was accorded a good hearing. Mr. Higgs moved ...

    Article : 49 words
  9. QUEANBEYAN ELECTORATE.

    Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan addressed the electors hers this evening, in the Temperance Hall. There was a large audience, and the Mayor, Mr. E. H. Land, presided. A vote of confidence was carried in Mr. ...

    Article : 41 words
  10. PHILLIP ELECTORATE.

    Last evening Alderman Robert Fowler, who is a candidate for Phillip Division in the freetrade interest, addressed a crowded meeting of the electors in the Wesley Schoolroom, Chippendale. Mr. James ...

    Article : 107 words
  11. AMUSEMENTS. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    "After Derk" allows of variations in the programme rendered possible, by the "play within a play" of the third act. Therein is realistically shown the interior of a London music hall of the old ...

    Article : 216 words
  12. TRAFALGAR HOUSE CONCERT.

    A concert was given in this institution on Thursday night by the Misses M. and B. Flower, of Darlinghurst, who were assisted by Mrs. Baker, Mr. A. Thornton, and Messrs. A. G. and F. Flower. There ...

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  13. CAMDEN ELECTORATE.

    The Hon. John Kidd, Postmaster-General, addressed the electors of Camden in the schoolroom at Narellan this evening, and had an enth[?]astic reception. The chair was occupied by Mr. D. Nott, ...

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  14. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) TAMWORTH ELECTORATE.

    Mr. A. B. Piddington, the freetrade candidate, addressed a crowded meeting in the Olympic Hall tonight. Mr. R. Bourne, president of the local Freetrade Association, was in the chair. Mr. Piddington ...

    Article : 304 words
  15. NEWTOWN ELECTORATE-ERSKINE DIVISION.

    Mr. Hindle, a representative the last Parliament for Newtown, addressed a meeting of the electors last evening in the Oddfellows' Hall, Newtown. Mr. William Lee presided, and there was a good ...

    Article : 218 words
  16. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' PICNIC.

    On Thursday a picnic was participated in by several medical students of the Sydney University to Rock Lily. The party started by the 9 o'clock boat, and were met at the Manly pier by a four-horse drag ...

    Article : 84 words
  17. ROMAN CATHOLIC.

    Yesterday the Feast of SS Peter and Paul was celebrated at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, and probably only a few of the congregation were aware that it was on this feast day exactly 29 years ago ...

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  18. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    The last six nights of "A Life of Pleasure" are announced at the Lyceum Theatre. The piece is one which will be remembered chiefly by the animation and dash with which Mr. Bland Holt has carried out ...

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  19. THE PASTORALISTS AND THE SHEARERS. REPORTS FROM THE PASTORALISTS.

    Advices have been received by the secretary of the Pastoralists' Union that Currawinya, one of the early sheds on the Paroo River, commenced shearing on Wednesday last with a full board of shearers, and ...

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  20. MARRICKVILLE ELECTORATE.

    A crowded meeting was held at the warren Congregational School Hall. Marrickville, last evening. Ex-Alderman Lee occupied the chair, and there were upon the platform—Dr. Harper Crewe, ...

    Article : 152 words
  21. CRITERION THEATRE.

    Increasing audiences during the past week have testified to the perennial fascination of "As You Like It," and to the charm of Miss Hilda Spong's rendering of the immortal character of Rosalind. ...

    Article : 113 words
  22. WAVERLEY ELECTORATE.

    Last nignt Mr. A. Cameron, one of the candidates for the representation of Waverley in the next Parliament, addressed a meeting in Stratton's Hall. The building was crowded, and throughout a good ...

    Article : 258 words
  23. WELLINGTON ELECTORATE.

    Mr. O'Halloran addressed a large gathering of electors at Band Hall last night, dealing principally with the subject of land legislation. He received an attentive hearing and a vote of thanks. At present ...

    Article : 47 words
  24. WENTWORTH ELECTORATE.

    A meeting of Sir Joseph P. Abbott's committee was held in the council chamber last evening, the Mayor (Alderman Edwards) chairman. Thirty members were present. A sub-committee was ...

    Article : 84 words
  25. THE BLIGH ELECTORATE.

    Mr. Edward Pulsford, who contests the Bhgh Electorate in the Freetrade interest, addressed a meeting of the electors from a balcony at 174 Bourkestreet last night. Mr. H. Allen presided. ...

    Article : 520 words
  26. CONGREGATIONAL.

    The Rev. E. T. Dunstan, late of Perth, is expected to arrive in Sydney in the course of a few days. He will begin his ministry in the Pitt-street Congregational Church on Sunday week. ...

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  27. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    There will be a change of programme this afternoon and evening at the Tivoli Theatre when a now and original first part will be introduced under the title of "The Conservatory." In this portion of the ...

    Article : 160 words
  28. PRESBYTERIAN.

    The standing committee of the Presbyterian Church will meet in Sydney during the coming week. The Rev. J. Meiklejohn, of South Melbourne, will be present at the meeting of the committee on ...

    Article : 45 words
  29. WEST MACQUARIE ELECTORATE.

    Mr. Peacock has been well rec[?]ed in those parts of the electorate where he has [?]ed addresses. Mr. Bridgman, the labour candidate, is at Greghamstown to-day. ...

    Article : 32 words
  30. BAPTIST.

    A meeting of the presidents of the branches of the Christian Endeavour Union of New South Wales, in Sydney and suburbs, was held at the Baptist-street Church last evening. The president of ...

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  31. MR. JEANNER[?]T'S CANDIDATURE.

    Mr. Jeanneret addressed a crowded meeting here last night in the freetrade and federation interest, and spoke for two hours without an interruption. Mr. Jeanneret, who never before addressed a public ...

    Article : 49 words
  32. THE ALHAMBRA MUSIC HALL.

    Mr. Gibbons, the manager of the Alhambra Music Hall, has no reason to complain of the public support accorded the entertainment which he provides. The artists have been successful in their endeavours ...

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  33. BELMORE.

    Mr. T. J. Murray was announced to speak at Brown's hotel, Albion-street, at S, last night; but, as Mr. Foxall was announced at the same time to speak quite close to him, he gave way to his rival ...

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  34. BINGARA ELECTORATE.

    Last night Mr. W. S. Dowel, a candidate for the Bingara electorate, addressed the electors at the Guyra Public Hall. There was a large attendance, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Wm. Moore. ...

    Article : 256 words
  35. ROYAL STANDARD THEATRE.

    There was a considerable attendance at the Royal Standard Theatre last night, when the Government Printing Office Dramatic and Musical Society performed Tom Taylor's drama "The Ticket-o'-Leave ...

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  36. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) COLLAPSE OF THE STRIKE IN QUEENSLAND.

    The secretary of the Pastoralists' Association has received the following telegram:— "Stake camp formed at Arrilalah. A number of men are opposed to a strike, but the leaders of the men state that no ...

    Article : 551 words
  37. SALVATION ARMY.

    In an interview with a London Daily Chr[?]nicle representative Commissioner Coombs, head of the Army in the colonies, said that on this side of the world salvationism gets mere recognition from ...

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  38. GLEBE ELECTORATE.

    A meeting of Mr. T. J. Houghton's committee was held on Thursday night at the Grand Hotel, Pyrmont Bridge-road. The various canvassers reported on the results of their inquiries, and 32 further names ...

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  39. FITZROY ELECTORATE.

    Dr. Morrison, freetrade candidate, who spoke from a buggy, addressed a meeting of the electors or Fitzroy last evening at the corner of William-street and Darlinghurst-[?]cad. After discussing the need ...

    Article : 62 words
  40. CERTAIN SCHOOLS AND TENDENCIES IN LITERATURE.

    A lecture, under the auspices of the Sydney University Union, was delivered last night by Mr. Arthur Galton, at the Medical School, University. There was a good attendance, and in the ...

    Article : 493 words
  41. THE CYCLORAMA.

    Mr. Bogie, the lessee of the Cyclorama, has lately made great improvements in the Cyclorama, particularly in the scenic effects. The nightly concerts are well maintained, and the items, being ...

    Article : 45 words
  42. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

    The fortnightly sailors' socials at the Y.M.C.A. appear to be growing in interest, and the attendances are rapidly increasing. At the last meeting among those who provided the entertainment were Miss ...

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  43. NORTH BALMAIN.

    A well-attended meeting of the electors of North Balmain was addressed last night by Alderman Wm. Cullen Ward, from the balcony of Staunton's Hotel, M[?]rt-street. Mr. Henry Weller occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 86 words
  44. RANDWICK ELECTORATE.

    Last night Mr. E. Barton adressed the electors of the Paddington Division of the Waverley Electorate at the Dunbar Hotel. Mr. G. Davis occupied the chair, and Mr. Barton, who was well received, ...

    Article : 317 words
  45. DENILIQULN ELECTORATE.

    Mr. John Lewis, J.P., Mayor of Moama, one of the freetrade candidates for the electorate, addressed an audience here last nignt. Mr. E. J. Laman, the Mayor, was in the chair. He ...

    Article : 198 words
  46. AQUARIUMS AND SKATING RINK.

    The Bondi Aquarium is open daily for the amusement of the public, for whose enjoyment outdoor entertainment is provided. Special attractions are offered to picnic parties. ...

    Article : 98 words
  47. SOUTH BALMAIN.

    A largely attended public meeting was held last last night in St. Thomas' School Hall, Weston-street, Balmain, convened for the purpose of forming a freetrade association for South Balmain. The ...

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  48. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

    An evaugelistic service, which was well attended, was held at the institute, 49 Phillip-street, on Monday night. The Rev. Thomas Jenkyn gave an address on the parable of "The Lost Piece of ...

    Article : 54 words
  49. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITAL.

    The City Organist will give the customary recital of popular music at the Town Hall to-night, when will be duly performed the programme detailed in another column. ...

    Article : 31 words
  50. PUBLIC SERVICES FOR TO-MORROW.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 663 words
  51. MR. FRANK EMERY'S BENEFIT.

    During the week the various theatrical managers have been arranging a strong programme for Mr. Frank Emery's approaching benefit and very shortly the details of the entertainment will be announced. ...

    Article : 73 words
  52. GRAFTON AND THE CLARENCE.

    Mr. E. Hockey, one of the candidates for the Grafton electorate, addressed a meeting of the electors in the School of Arts to-night. He criticised the Premier's manifesto and advocated an elective ...

    Article : 120 words
  53. MR. GEORGE WALTON'S BENEFIT.

    Mr. George Walton will take his farewell benefit, prior to his departure for America, at the Criterion Theatre on the afternoon of Friday next. He will himself appear with his company in that laughable ...

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  54. PRISON-MADE MATS.

    Sir,—Will you allow us a word in explanation. From the tone of your article it would appear as though we were c[?]ntending for the abandonment of this industry by the gaol authorities. No such thing. ...

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  55. KING ELECTORATE.

    A preliminary meeting of the supporters of Mr. G. H. Reid for the King Division was held last night at the Oxford Hotel, King-steet. A large number of the electors were present. Dr. Goode, having been ...

    Article : 190 words
  56. WATERLOO ELECTORATE.

    Last evening Alderman Navin, who is a candidate for Waterloo in the interest of protection and labour, addressed a meeting of the electors from the balcony of the Stepney Hotel, Alexandria. Mr. P. Hayes ...

    Article : 70 words
  57. THE GRENFELL ELECTORATE.

    Mr. G. H. Greene, the freetrade candidate for the Grenfell electorate, addressed large audiences last night at Wyalong and Wyalong West. He expressed himself in favour of such a tariff as would ...

    Article : 139 words
  58. LATE SPORTING. MELBOURNE SPORTING.

    After doing a gallop at Flemington to-day, the V.R.C. Grand National Hurdle Race candidate Warbrook pulled up lame. Tim Swiveller was scratched for the V.R.C. Grand National Hurdle Race this ...

    Article : 68 words
  59. MR. C. F. HUTCHINSON'S BENEFIT.

    Mr. C. F. Hutchinson will take his farewell benefit at the Y.M.C.A. Hall on Wednesday evening next, when his principal cornet solos will be "The Lost Chord" and a "Souvenir" of his own, with ...

    Article : 71 words
  60. THE FREETRADE CIRCULAR.

    Sir,—I notice that many people are taking exception to the action of Mr. G. H. Reid in addressing a circular to the several freetrade camps throughout the colony on the question of concentrating the ...

    Article : 264 words
  61. ASHTIELD ELECTORATE.

    Mr. T. Evaus, a candidate for Ashfield in the freetrade interest, addressed a meeting in Herculesstreet, Ashfield, last night. Mr. EVANS said he believed the only cure for the ...

    Article : 62 words
  62. THE HALLEWELL GLEE CLUB.

    The first of a series of concerts under Mr. W. H. Whiddon's management will be given at the Y.M.C.A. Hall by the Hallewell Glee Club next Saturday. Mr. Hallewell, having secured on alto ...

    Article : 104 words
  63. NEWCASTLE RACES.

    The following entries have been received for the principal events for the Newcastle races on 7th July:— FLYING HANDICAP.—Welcome, Loftus, Vanity, Proctor, ...

    Article : 85 words
  64. BOTANY ELECTORATE.

    Alderman Macfadye, who is the selected candidate of the Botany Freetrade League and of the Botany branch of the Freetrade and Land Reform Association, addressed a public meeting of the ...

    Article : 74 words
  65. MOLONG ELECTORATE.

    Mr. A. H. T. Sherwin, of Cargo, has announced his candidature for this electorate at the ensuing election. He declares himself a straightout protectionist and opposed to the present tariff, and also ...

    Article : 348 words
  66. PETERSHAM ELECTORATE.

    A meeting of electors of Petersham was addressed by Alderman John Gelding in the Athen[?]um Hall, Dulwich Hill, last night. Mr. T. Chick presided. The candidate spoke on the subjects of federation, ...

    Article : 59 words
  67. TOTE PROSECUTIONS AT PARRAMATTA.

    At the Parramatta Police Court yesterday, before Messrs. R. Harper, H. T. Jones, and D. D. Henderson, Js.P., John Moore was proceeded against under the Betting Houses Suppression Act with having used ...

    Article : 69 words
  68. TOWER OF LONDON.

    Now that Mr. Sturgeon's ingenious model of the Tower of London has been fairly introduced to the public it shows signs of increasing its hold in general favour. During the week large numbers have paid ...

    Article : 146 words
  69. WA[?]GAH ELECTORATE.

    Mr. J. J. Lepherd, the labour candidate, addressed a large meeting last night in Jones's Hall, Parraween, Mr. Wenham in the chair. The candidate stated that he represented a party that was lighting a ...

    Article : 70 words
  70. SPORTS AT BRISBANE.

    Messrs. Alphonso Brown, W. C. Barratt, J. H. Murray, and S. T. Wyatt, representing the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union, and G. B. Alexander and Hicks, of the Amateur Athletic Association, will to-day leave ...

    Article : 65 words
  71. LEICHHARDT ELECTORATE.

    Mr. Fred. Walsh addressed a large assemblage of the electors of Leichhardt at the local Town Hall last evening. The chair was occupied by Alderman Treadgold. ...

    Article : 737 words
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