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  2. THE COAL TBADE. THE CO-OPERATIVE COLLIERY.

    The Co-operative colliery was at work to-day with 12 tributors and about 18 shiftmen and surfacemen. Four of these tributors have a contract for getting coal; the rest are employed by them, and are said to ...

    Article : 317 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) DISCOVERY AT ABERCROMBIE CAVES.

    Mr. Grosvenor, the keeper of the Abercrombie Caves, last week made a discovery of other caves in close proximity to those already known. At present the new discovery is not open to the public, as some ...

    Article : 148 words
  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURF.

    A programme of pony and galloway racing will be played out at Moorefield this afternoon, and visitors to that popular rendezvous will be accommodated with special trains starting from Redfera at 12.40, ...

    Article : 486 words
  5. POLITICAL MEETINGS. BOTANY FREETRADE LEAGUE.

    A large public meeting of the freetrade electors of Botany was held in the North Botany Town Hall on Monday evening. The meeting was a lively one and at times became very boisterous. The Mayor (Alderman ...

    Article : 767 words
  6. AUSTRALIAN LABOUR FEDERATION.

    At to-day's sitting of the general council of tho Australian Labour Federation at Charters Towers, a scheme for a communal settlement was submitted. The principles embodied therein were ...

    Article : 49 words
  7. ANTI-HUMBUG LEAGUE.

    In the Oddfellows' Hall, Darling-street, Balmain, last night a mass meeting was held under the auspices of the Anti-Humbug League. Mr. Charles Thorpe was voted to the chair. ...

    Article : 366 words
  8. FAREWELL TO ARCHDEACON CAMPBELL.

    To-night, at Kelso, a meeting was held to bid farewell to Archdeacon and Mrs. Campbell on the eve of their departure for Mudgoe, to which incumbency the very rev. gentlemen has been appointed. ...

    Article : 3,264 words
  9. AMUSEMENTS. CRITERION SOUVENIR NIGHT.

    It will be many years yet before the Australian capitals become sufficiently populous to render frequent, as in London, the regular celebration of the hundredth performance of a piece as souvenir night. ...

    Article : 337 words
  10. FOOTBALL.

    The annual meeting of the Botany Football Club was held in the local council-chambers on Friday evening. Mr. George Vaughan presided, and there was a good master of members and supporters. The ...

    Article : 161 words
  11. THE SOUTHERN COLLIERIES.

    As the result of the meetings between the representative miners from Mount Kembla, South Bulli, and Woonona (Bellambi) collieries, the Hon. E. Vickery, and the delegates from the Bulli Citizens' ...

    Article : 878 words
  12. KENSINGTON RACING CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 259 words
  13. CYCLING.

    A committee meeting of the Redfern Bicycle Club was held on Monday night. Mr. T. C. Newman in the chair. Messrs. A. J. Griffith, E. C. Griffith, W. Robinson, and G. A. Richardson were appointed as ...

    Article : 88 words
  14. WOMEN'S LITERARY SOCIETY.

    A meeting of the Women's Literary Society was hold at the Broadwood Rooms, on Monday evening. Miss Badham occupied the chair. A paper on " Oliver Wendell Holmes," ...

    Article : 69 words
  15. FEDERAL EXPOSITION AND BAZAAR.

    In aid of the funds of the Burwood Wesleyan Church a federal exposition was opened by the Hon. W. H. Pigott, M.L.C., in tho Burwood School of Arts yesterday afternoon. The Rev. W. H. George ...

    Article : 509 words
  16. EAST SYDNEY LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.

    The above club held its weekly meeting in the Bible Hall, William-street, on Friday night. There was a fair attendance. The debate—"That the railways should be leased to private enterprise"—after ...

    Article : 49 words
  17. BOWLS.

    The second match for the Toohey Trophy, between Australia and the World, will be played on Saturday. ...

    Article : 18 words
  18. TRADES MOVEMENTS.

    The sittings of the Intercolonial Conference of the General Labourers' Union were continued in the Maritime Hall yesterday. Mr. Rae, M.L.A., presided, and there was a full attendance of delegates. ...

    Article : 1,228 words
  19. WENTWORTH FALLS—CHANGING NAMES OF PLACES.

    Sir,—Men like myself—natives of the colony—are beginning not to know the geography of our own country, through the constant change of the names of places, names which have been associated with our ...

    Article : 788 words
  20. LILLIE BRIDGE PONY RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 196 words
  21. BOTANY ELECTORATE.

    Alderman Dacey, the chosen candidate of the Botany Labour Electoral League, addressed a meeting of the electors of Botany on Monday evening from the balcony of the Salutation Hotel, Waterloo. The ...

    Article : 212 words
  22. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) EPSOM RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 709 words
  23. MEETINGS. THE ROYAL AGRICU[?] NEW SOU[?]TURAL SOCIETY OF [?] WALES.

    The council meeting Society was well [?]g of the Royal Agricultural view of the [?] attended yesterday afternoon, in present—Mr. [?]proaching exhibition. There were ...

    Article : 135 words
  24. SYDNEY ROWING CLUB.

    A pleasant water excursion and moonlight concert, organised by the Sydney Rowing Club, took place last evening. The [?]. s. Alathea was engaged for the occasion. A party, comprising members of the club, ...

    Article : 249 words
  25. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION.

    A meeting of the Builders and Contractors Association of N.S W., in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Exchange, was held last evening in the rooms, 266 Pitt-street Mr. U. W. Carpenter ...

    Article : 313 words
  26. HURRICANE OFF NEW CALEDONIA. HOW THE BRIGANTINE BOROUGH BELLE WAS LOST.

    Further information was yesterday received in Sydney concerning the loss of the brigantine Borough Belle on the Bellona Shoal in the Chesterfield Group. Early in the day Mr. Danvers, ...

    Article : 312 words
  27. THE V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETLNG.

    The following scratchings for the V.R.C. Autumn Meeting were made to-day:—Champion Stakes: Solanum, Vakeel, Jack Robinson, and Fairfield, St, Leger Stakes; Fairfield, Hortensius, and ...

    Article : 36 words
  28. MUSICAL EVENING.

    In connection with the Unitarian Literary and Social Union a musical evening was given last evening in the church, Liverpool-street. The Rev. George Walters presided, and about 250 persons were present. An ...

    Article : 106 words
  29. THE SENTENCE ON THE LATE SECRETARY OF SYDNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    Sir,—His Honor Judge Backhouse to-day, in sentencing Cyril Haviland, the late secretary of Sydney School of Arts, said that he had long deliberated, and before he delivered his decree he had well studied ...

    Article : 503 words
  30. CRICKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 698 words
  31. NORTH SYDNEY ORPHANS' CLUB.

    The club held its monthly " wail " at the local School of Arts on Monday evening, when there was a fair attendance of members and friends. The programme was of a varied character, and the palm for ...

    Article : 88 words
  32. NEW SOUTH WALES LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE.

    The central committee met yesterday. The Rev. E. Price was in the chair. Considerable correspondence was tabled. Mr. J. Roseby, who visited Parkes, reported the result of the local option vote ...

    Article : 522 words
  33. I.O.G.T. CONCERT.

    A successful concert was given on Monday evening in St. Matthew's Hall, Ocean-street Bondi, in aid of the Pacific Lodge, I.O.G.T. The Rev. Joseph Best presided. Mr. Pitfield acted as accompanist, and ...

    Article : 70 words
  34. CAPTAIN WILLIAMS' STATEMENT.

    Captain Williams forwarded yesterday from Mackay the following narrative of the wreck:— The Borough Belle left Noumea on the 11th January, bound for the Solomon Islands. Light southerly ...

    Article : 365 words
  35. LATE MINING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 116 words
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