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  2. SERICULTURE FOR WOMEN.

    An "At Home' was given by Mrs. Hutton at Greencakes, Darling Point, yesterday afternoon, when a number of ladies and gentlemen were invited to hear a paper read by Miss ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Yesterday Mr. J. Creer, superintendent of the Labour Bureau, accompanied by Mr. Sterling, his secretary, visited Wollongong with the object of interviewing the unemployed and rendering them what assistance ...

    Article : 130 words
  4. AUSTRALIAN BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY.

    A meeting of creditor, of the Australian Barking Company of Sydney was held at the Oddfellows Hall, Elizabeth-street, last night. The meeting was held by order of his Honor Mr. Justice Manning, ...

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  5. AMUSEMENT.

    The first of three performances of "Hamlet" was given at the Criterion Theatre last evening, before a cordial and attentive audience. It is but 15 months since Mr. Walter Bentley appeared in this tragedy at ...

    Article : 400 words
  6. THE NEW ROAD BRIDGE AT COWRA.

    The new road bridge over the River Lachlan at Cowra, which connects the main road with the west, was opened to-day by the Hon. John Kidd, Post-master-General The Minister arrived in the town ...

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  7. THE DISTRESS AT GRETA.

    Mr. Scobie yesterday interviewed Sir George Dibbs in Sydney with reference to the distress at Greta, and was told that the matter was left solely in the hands of Mr. Creer. Mr. Scobie endeavoured to see Mr. ...

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  8. DIOCESE OF GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE. BISHOPRIC ENDOWMENT FUND.

    At the close of the synod recently held at Grafton, a conference of synod members was held with reference to the necessity of augmenting the endowment, and of providiug a residonce for the Bishop. The ...

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  9. MEETINGS.

    A meeting of the ladies and gentlemen constituting the general committee of the Paddington Poor Relief Society, was held Tuesday night in the local Town Hall. The Mayor (Alderman Dillon) occupied the ...

    Article : 330 words
  10. SIGNORA MAJERONI'S BENEFIT.

    The reappearance on the stage of Signora Majcroni after a long absence was the occasion of great enthusiasm at the Imperial Opera House last night The famous actress revived Montignani's drama ...

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  11. AGRICULTURAL SHOWS...- I ^. I,-,..

    The Albury show opened this morning under unfavourable conditions. Rain commenced early and heavy showers fell all through the forenoon. The weather cleared up slightly in the afternoon, but the ...

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  12. PROTESTANT ALLIANCE.

    An entertainment under the auspices, of the Prince of Wales Lodge, No. 9, Protestant Alliance Friendly Soceity of Australasia, was held last night in St. Matthias' Hall, Paddington, in aid of Mr. T. White ...

    Article : 310 words
  13. LECTURES.

    A lecture, entitled "Southern Cross and Wattle Blossom," was delivered in St. John's Hall, Parramatta, on Tuesday evening, by E. J. Robson, Esq., M.A., headmaster of the C.E. Grammar School, ...

    Article : 363 words
  14. ROYAL STANDARD THEATRE.

    Last evening the Sheridan Amateur Dramatic Society gave a performance at the Royal Standard Theatre in aid of the Sydney Charitable Organisation Society. The society was assisted by Miss Louise ...

    Article : 700 words
  15. GOOD TEMPLAR MISSIONS.

    Meetings in connection with the Good Templar Missions, and which were under the auspices of the I.O.G.T., were held during the past week in the Sailors' Church, Circular Quay. Last Sunday ...

    Article : 161 words
  16. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    On Saturday last the members of the abovenamed club completed the shooting for the third quarter of the current year. Conditions—Seven shots each at 500 and 600 yards; handicap limit, 58 points ...

    Article : 206 words
  17. POLITICAL MEETINGS.

    A meeting, of the electors of Canterbury was held in the Summer Hill Skating Rink last evening by Messrs. Bavister and Danuhey, two of the members for the electorate. The chair was occupied ...

    Article : 1,238 words
  18. I.O.G.T. WE HOPE TO PROSPER LODGE, No. 177.

    A meeting in connection with this lodge was hold on the 8th instant in the Masonic Hall, Darlingstreet, Balmain, Bro M'Lean, C.T., presiding. Light candidates were proposed for membership, ...

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  19. TROTTING MATCH.

    A trotting match took place to day between Flank Robbin's mare Mystery and John Robertson's horse Osterly, for a wager of £100 and a prize of £60. The conditions were the best of ...

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  20. THE BANQUET.

    About 100 gentlemen attended the banquet, which was hold at the Royal Exchange Hotel. The Mayor (Alderman Mawby) presided, and there was a distiuguished gathering present. The chairman gave ...

    Article : 531 words
  21. AGRICULTURAL NEWS.

    The maize yields on the south side of the Shoalhaven River for the last season were highly satisfactory. The area under crop between Salt-water Creek and Nowra was 470 acres, giving an ...

    Article : 294 words
  22. THE NORTH SYDNEY FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' DEMONSTRATION.

    Yesterday was proclaimed a public holiday at North Sydney, the occasion being the eighth annual demonstration of the local United Friendly Societies, which took the form of an excursion to Corray's ...

    Article : 432 words
  23. THE ASSOCIATION GROUND AND BETTING.

    Sir,—In reference to the letter in your issue of to-day on the above subject, I would like to say that my committee entirely agree with your correspondent, "Spectator," on this subject, and have for ...

    Article : 201 words
  24. TASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Two thousand Sheep are on route from Brewarrina for the meet works; Wright, Heaton, and Bacon, owners; Field in charge. COBAR, WEDNESDAY. ...

    Article : 107 words
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