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  2. EASTER DAY SERVICES.

    Special services were held in many of the churches yesterday in celebration of Easter Day. The anthems and the music generally were specially selected for the occasion. ...

    Article : 101 words
  3. AMUSEMENTS. LYCEUM.—"THE AMAZONS."

    "The Amazons," slight, sketchy, and towards the close a little long drawn out, will never rank with the best of Pinero's farcical comedies. It is, however, undeniably amusing, and that it has lost little ...

    Article : 533 words
  4. RETRUN OF THE POSTAL DELEGATES. INTERVIEW WITH MR. KIDD.

    The Australian delegates to the Postal Conference recently held in New Zealand returned on Saturday by the Union Company's steamer Manapouri, which arrived in Sydney shortly after midday. Among ...

    Article : 1,456 words
  5. THE LAND QUESTION.

    Mr. James Morgan, M.L.A. for the Bogan, is one of the advocates for an extension of the leases of the pastoralists in the Central Division. He has been an ardent student of the land question over since he was ...

    Article : 945 words
  6. EDISON'S LATEST.

    A representative of the St James's Gazette has had the privilege of an interview with Edison's latest phonograph, which has recently arrived in London after a visit to Rome. The newest phonograph is ...

    Article : 1,032 words
  7. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    No less than 14 new artistes appeartd in connection with Mr. Harry Rickards's Company at the Tivoli Theatre on Saturday night, when, owing to the length of the programme, the performance was ...

    Article : 293 words
  8. ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL.

    Notwithstanding that three earlier masses had been well attended, there was a crowded congregation at the 11 o'clock High Mass in St. Mary's Cathedral. Cardinal Moran presided, and preached ...

    Article : 238 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—In one of your leading articles in to-day's paper you have taken up the matter of a friendly Act or not as between the members of the societies and Mr. Oliver. As one who has taken a very great ...

    Article : 444 words
  10. FILLIS'S CIRCUS.

    On Saturday night there was a change of programme at Fillis's Circus, opposite the Railway Station. Every part of the grand marquee was crowded and many had perforce to stand during a ...

    Article : 254 words
  11. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCHES.

    The High Altar of St. Patrick's was elegantly decorated. At the 11 o'clock High Mass, with the very Rev. P. Le Rennetel and the Revs. Ginisty and O'Doherty as the officiating priests, Gounod's "St. ...

    Article : 469 words
  12. THEATRE ROYAL.—"AS LARGE AS LIFE."

    The Theatre Royal reopened on Saturday under the direction of Mr. Frank Emery, when an original farcical comedy, entitled "As Large as Life" was performed for the first time in Australia. The new ...

    Article : 556 words
  13. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    In the School of Arts on Saturday another lantern entertainment was given. There was a fair attendance. The subject on this occasion was "Westminster Abbay." The views were thrown on the ...

    Article : 344 words
  14. THE CENTRAL DIVISION LEASES.

    Sir,—Allow me through the columns of the Herald to urge upon members of Parliament that we have arrived at a very critical period in the history of that great industry upon which almost the whole ...

    Article : 1,332 words
  15. ANGLICAN CHURCHES.

    At Christ Church yesterday morning there was a full choral celebration of the Holy Communion, with procesion, and a children's service was held in the afternoon. At St. James's, King-street, the services ...

    Article : 208 words
  16. GUDAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    The Cudal A. and P. Society's annual show was held on Wednesday and Thursday. The show proved a great success. The first day was wet and the attendance was consequently small; rain poured ...

    Article : 317 words
  17. CYCLING.

    A race took place on Friday last, in the presence of a large number of spectators, in the Parramatta oval, between W. Slinn and W. C. Wood. The race was three miles, for a two-guinea trophy, and the ...

    Article : 101 words
  18. BONDI AQUARIUM.

    The Bondi Aquarium is now under entirely new management. Expense has not been spared in thoroughly renovating the building. The grounds are now against the best of their kind in the ...

    Article : 90 words
  19. THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES BILL. THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I am sorry that at the very moment of thanking you for inserting my letter on the "deadlock" alleged to have taken place in connection with the preparation of this bill, I am obliged to aak for a ...

    Article : 827 words
  20. CYCLORAMA.

    A special Easter programme has been arranged for the holidays at the Cyclorama. Among the chief items are the ambulance scene, the wounded soldier, and other military attractions. ...

    Article : 29 words
  21. OTHER CHURCHES.

    An Easter praise service was held last evening in the Congregational Church, Pitt-street. Churches and sales from the "Messiah" were sung. The Rev. J. S. Austin conducted special services in the ...

    Article : 38 words
  22. THE BIJOU.—"THE STRATEGIST."

    On Saturday evening the Gaiety, under the new name of the Dijou, was opened by Mr W. T. Wilson for a dramatic season, and the little theatre haaving been thoroughly renovated, leaves little to be ...

    Article : 707 words
  23. CRYSTAL MAZE.

    The Crystal Maze and the Palace of Novelties in the Strand basement, Pitt-street, continue to do good business. There have just been added 50 mechanical effects and those, together with the ...

    Article : 284 words
  24. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The first annual picnic and cricket match of the Commereial Travellers' Association took place at Correy's Gardens, Cabarita, on Saturday. Though somewhat marred by the showers that fell, the ...

    Article : 472 words
  25. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Six thousand ewes crossed at the local punt going to Bourke boiling-down works, from Kallara station, F. W. K. Waldron in charge, C. and S. Officer owners. A mob of fat cattle passed here ...

    Article : 52 words
  26. THE CANADIAN PACIFIC CABLE.

    The conference discussed at length the question of communication by cable between Canada and Australia. The schemes proposed by Mr. Sandford Fleming received a large share of attention. ...

    Article : 668 words
  27. LEASING 20,000 ACRES OF LAND.

    Sir,—In perusing your "Monetary and Commercial" column to-day. I was rather amused at what you apparently consider a good offer on the part of a syndicate to take a lease from Government of 20,000 ...

    Article : 649 words
  28. AQUATICS. PORT HACKING SAILING CLUB OCEAN RACE.

    The first ocean race in connection with this club and which it is intended by the promoters to make on annual event, took place on Saturday afternoon over a course from a boat moored off Sampson's ...

    Article : 295 words
  29. INTERVIEW WITH DR. COCKBURN AND MR. A. WYNNE.

    The postal delegates representing the other colonies are staying chiefly at the Australia Hotel and the Metropole. They all express themselves as being greatly pleased with their trip, and sneak in the ...

    Article : 1,846 words
  30. RAILWAY SLEEPING-CARS.

    Sir,—Kindly permit me to draw attention of the powers that be to the marked contrast between the Pulman car, with its maximum of comforts, and the sleeping-cars on mail trains, with their maximum of ...

    Article : 284 words
  31. CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOAT CLUB.

    The following races have been rowed by members of this club. TRIAL FOURS—Course from Goat Island to the head of Berry's Bay. Prizes presented by old C.E.G.S. boys:— ...

    Article : 230 words
  32. HER MAJESTY'S.

    On Saturday evening the drama "The Rose and Shamrock" entered upon its fifth week before a crowded house. Mr. George Rignold appeared for the first time as Dandy Dunraven, and received a ...

    Article : 91 words
  33. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The Friendly Societies Association has taken upon itself the right to object to the proposed arbitration board, as suggested by Mr. Oliver, its disapproval being evident at the conference last ...

    Article : 353 words
  34. THE CRITERION.

    "Hans the Beatman" still plies successfully at the Criterion Theatre, and on Saturday evening there was an excellant house to witness it. The piece, with its alternating s[?]s of fun and pathos, was received ...

    Article : 74 words
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