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  2. THE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 853 words
  3. MEETINGS. LABOUR DEMONSTRATION.

    A public meeting for the purpose of affording those interested in the political labour movement an opportunity of hearing members of the labour parties of the different colonial Parliaments who attended the ...

    Article : 1,930 words
  4. GAIETY THEATRE.

    A testimonial concert is announced for to-night at the Gaiety Theatre, tendered to Mrs. Jenkins. A numerous company of artists will appear at popular prices. ...

    Article : 28 words
  5. THE DISTRESS IN BALMAIN.

    In the Balmain Town Hall last night a meeting was hold, convened by the Mayor (Alderman H. B. Swan) on a requisition from the trade and labour organisations of the district. There were about 70[?] ...

    Article : 844 words
  6. BROADWOOD ROOMS RECITAL.

    Miss H. L. Gilder, A.R.A.M., will give an invitation planeforte recital in the Broadwood Rooms to-night, tickets for which can be had on application to the manager. ...

    Article : 33 words
  7. CONCERT AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    Miss Naylor's Suburban Concert Company gave a concert in the North Sydney School of Arts last evening. The audience showed its appreciation of Mrs. Edwards' and Mr. Harry Fitzmanrice's ...

    Article : 174 words
  8. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURF.

    The following scratchings in connection with the Anniversary meeting of the Sydney Turf Club were notified, to the secretary yesterday:—Hurdle Race: StroPhou. Corinthian Plate: Queensborough and ...

    Article : 790 words
  9. JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB.

    A meeting of this club was held at Jacobson's Hotel, Balmain, on Tuesday night. Mr. F. Johnson presided. The prizes won in connection with the champion 18-foerers' race were presented as follows: ...

    Article : 89 words
  10. NEW JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB.

    A meeting of the above club was held on Wednesday evening at the Cemmercial Hotel, Balmain, Mr. J. D. Hay (vice-commodore) presiding. Mr. George Ellis's resignation as commedore of the club was ...

    Article : 39 words
  11. THE BRITANNIA LODGE, U.A.O.D.

    This lodge entertained the Grand President (Mr. A. Wood), the Grand Vice-President (Mr. E. J. Hill), Grand Guardian (Mr. F. Lovitt), district presidents, and a large number of officers and ...

    Article : 159 words
  12. SWIMMING.

    The New South Wales swimmers, as has been already notified in the Herald, returned to Sydney by the Union S. S. Co.'s Mararoa from New Zealand at an early hour yesterday morning. Their ...

    Article : 676 words
  13. THE COAL TRADE.

    In accordance with a notice given to the Stockton miners yesterday by the manager to take their tools out of the colliery within 24 hours, the men withdrew their tools this afternoon. ...

    Article : 656 words
  14. COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) FEDERATION AT RICHMOND.

    At the School of Arts last evening a meeting was held for the purpose of establishing a local branch of the Australasian Federation League. The attendance was moderate. Mr. P. H. Ridge, Mayor, ...

    Article : 124 words
  15. FATAL ACCIDENT TO A MINER.

    A miner named John Taylor, about 70 years of age, met his death yesterday through four or five tons of earth falling on him, whilst down a shaft prospecting for gold on Berrigo, 20 miles from ...

    Article : 101 words
  16. THE MORNING GALLOPS.

    The work done at Randwick yesterday morning did not cause [?]ouch interest. Kelso's string cantered and spurted, with the exception of Newman, who did not put in an appearance. Veno, Florrie, and ...

    Article : 219 words
  17. THE PITT TOWN VILLAGE SETTLEMENT.

    The contractors for the Public school at this settlement have commenced work. The school will accommodate over 200 children. Last night a Good Templars' Lodge was opened by Rev. B. Dinning, ...

    Article : 43 words
  18. TUBERCULOSIS IN CATTLE.

    The carcase of a cow which has been attacked with tuberculosis was seized by the police in a butcher's shop in town, and ordered by the Bench to-day to be destroyed. Dr. Brereton. Government Medical ...

    Article : 51 words
  19. MOOREFIELD GALLOWAY AND PONY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 183 words
  20. SWIMMING.

    The prizes won by the competitors in the various swimming races at the carnival held last Saturday at Messrs. Higgins and Cavill's Lavender Bay bath, were presented at Northam's Hotel on Wednesday ...

    Article : 91 words
  21. A GIRL DROWNED.

    A girl named Kate Tuck, 12 years of age, was drowned yesterday in the Murrumbidgee, two miles below the town, whilst bathing. The body was recovered to-day, and an inquest was held this ...

    Article : 876 words
  22. ABORIGINES PROTECTION BOARD.

    The Aborigines Protection Board met yesterday. There were present—Inspector-General Fosbery (in the chair), the Hons, W. H. Sutter and P. G. King, Ms.L.C., and the secretary (Mr. A. Berckelmas). A ...

    Article : 290 words
  23. KENSINGTON RACING CLUB.

    The trotting and race meeting, postponed from Wednesday, was held yesterday at Kensington, in the presence of a fair attendance. The weather was dull, and a couple of light showers fell, but the rain ...

    Article : 812 words
  24. KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

    The Kiama Agricultural Association had ill luck with its weather for the first day of the annual show this year. A Scotch mist fell all through the day rendering the roads to the show ground muddy and ...

    Article : 572 words
  25. AMUSEMENTS. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    The last performance of "Jack the Giant Killer" will be given at Her Majesty's Theatre to-night. Mr. Rignold's pantomime furnishes some singularly picturesque and effective tableaux, and the storming ...

    Article : 94 words
  26. COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 81 words
  27. MAJOR-GENERAL HUTTON AT BATHURST.

    In connection with the military manœuvres to-morrow Major-General Hutton arrived by to-day's train, accompanied by Colonel Taunton, D. A.Q.M.G., and Lieutenant Jenkins, A.D.C. The Hon. ...

    Article : 1,072 words
  28. LYCEUM THEATER

    "Beauty and the Beast" will be represented this evening at the Lyceum Theatre, when "Linger Longer, Loo," the new duet, in which Misses Nellio Stewart and Florence Young nightly achieve ...

    Article : 88 words
  29. ORANGE JOCKEY CLUB.

    The dates of the Orange Jockey Club annual race meeting have been definitely fixed for the 5th, 6th, and 7th March. The second of the dates previously appointed clashed with the Quarter Sessions, which ...

    Article : 54 words
  30. ST. GEORGE'S HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    This society held its monthly flower show and concert in the Town Hall, Rockdale, on Wednesday evening. There was a large audience. Mr. Ernest P. Truman delighted the audience with his ...

    Article : 704 words
  31. CRITERION THEATRE.

    Nowhere will the laughter be heartier or more continuous this evening than at the Criterion Theatre, where "Charley's Aunt" is nightly drawing crowded houses. One of the funniest ...

    Article : 78 words
  32. BATHURST TURF CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Bathurst Turf Club was held at the Royal Hotel last night. There was a large attendance, and the president. Mr. W. Kite, was in the chair. The report and balance-sheet were ...

    Article : 81 words
  33. THEATRE ROYAL.

    "The Cannon's Mouth" will be produced for the first time in Sydney at the Theatre Royal to-night, as a means of marking a popular holiday occasion. The new drama is connected with episodes of the ...

    Article : 219 words
  34. ILLAWARRA RACING COMPANY.

    The sixth half-yearly meeting of the Illawarra Racing Company was held last evening, Mr. J. A. Beatson presiding. The report, which was adopted, showed that during the half-year the sum of £107 ...

    Article : 66 words
  35. POLO.

    A polo match was played last Saturday at the Burradoo Club, between the Goulburn and Moss Vale teams. His Excellency the Govorner and party were present at the match, and there was a large ...

    Article : 339 words
  36. BURNS ANNIVERSARY.

    The reverence which Scotchmen hold for the memory of their national poet was clearly manifested last night at a social evening of the Burns Club (a branch of the Highland Society of New South ...

    Article : 480 words
  37. SYDNEY TURF CLUB ANNIVERSARY MEETING.

    As usual, the Sydney Turf Club provides the leading feature of the Anniversary festivities, and the interesting programme arranged for the race meeting which takes pince to-day at Randwick ...

    Article : 1,210 words
  38. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    Mr. Harry Rickards announces special holiday attractions at the Tivoli Theatre to-night, when the new artists introduced to Tivoli audiences for the first time on Saturday last will continue to appear, ...

    Article : 59 words
  39. IMPERIAL OPERA HOUSE.

    The holiday night will be signalised at the Imperial Opora House by the revival of "Maritana," when Miss Gilda St. Clare will make her debut in the name-part, and Miss Sydney will also be added to the ...

    Article : 94 words
  40. ROYAL STANDARD THEATRE.

    The Royal Standard Theatre will be opened to-night by the Royal Empire Minstrol, Comedy, and Burlesque Company, who will present a holiday programme of "fun, mirth, and music." As will be ...

    Article : 60 words
  41. AQUATICS.

    To-day the Anniversary Regatta, the great aquatic event of the year, takes place. This event has now been held annually since the year 1837, and with fine weather to-day's regatta should equal any of its ...

    Article : 286 words
  42. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITAL.

    The City Organist will give a special recital of popular music at the Town Hall to-night, when the peal of carillons, which has lately been added to the great instrument, will be brought into use for the ...

    Article : 102 words
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