Parliament was formally opened by his Excellency the Governor at noon to-day with the usual ceremonies. The speech refers to the change in the Ministry, ...Article : 2,363 words
The miners' wages to be paid to-day at the various collieries will be the largest aggregate amount paid for the 12 months. The following is the number of days worked at each codiery during the past ...Article : 1,314 words
Included in the items given below will be found a copy of the prayer which the Primate has authorised to be used in the Anglican Churches of the diocese, supplicating the removal of the provailing industrial ...Article : 742 words
It was during the "rests" of a lesson in fencing, given to one of his pupils, that a leading professor in the terps[?]chorcan art found time to answer the questions of a visitor who was anxious to learn the latest ...Article : 2,075 words
"Rip Van Winkle" will be performed during the week at the Gaiety Theatre by Dean's Youthful Opera Bouffe Company. Planquette's opera, which is remarkably full of tuneful ...Article : 76 words
Four years have elapsed since the second Australasian Church Congress assembled at Sydney. The first congress met at Melbourne, and, in the ordinary course of events, Adelaide would have been the next ...Article : 482 words
A new first part has lately been in rehearsal for presentation at the Royal Standard Theatre to-day, so that several fresh songs and other features of interest will be introduced. The entertainment will ...Article : 122 words
The success [?]chieved by the Australian circus proprictors who have pitched their tent in Devonshirestreet on the opening night wass repeated last night, the enormous pavilion being again crowded. The ...Article : 210 words
Mr. Matthow Arnold, in his "Friendship's Garland," pictures one of his minor characters, Sir Job Bottles, a stockbroker, as a man "with black hair, a fleshy nose, and a camellia in his button-hole." ...Article : 1,782 words
The patronage accorded to the Alhambra Music Hall during the past week has given satisfaction to the management. One of the attractions has been the clever acrobatic teats of the Walhalla Brothers. ...Article : 135 words
Mr. A. J. Thynne has consented to join the Government as a Minister without a portfolio, and will assist Mr. Wilson in conducting the Government business in the Legislative Council. ...Article : 61 words
Mr. W. H. Whiddon's [?] concerts at the Y.M.C.A. Hall to-night will consist chietly of English ballad[?] and sundry new concerted vocal numbers will give additional interest to the programme, ...Article : 182 words
St. Andrew's Cathedral.—8 and 11 a.m. Holy Communion. Preachers: 11, the Precentor; 3.15, Canon King; 7, the Dean. St. Mark's Darling Poit.—8, 11, and 7. Preachers: ...Article : 517 words
Yesterday at the Albany Quartor Sessions Edward Wilson, a school teacher, aged 64, was charged with assaulting Frances Bradbury, a girl, aged 13 years, in February last. In his speech ...Article : 113 words
The item by cable from London that Cardinal Moran intended on the 25th May presenting to the Pope "the pilgrims from New South Wales," is both mysterious and mislcading. No "pilgrims" have ...Article : 592 words
The Cyclorama continues to attract a considerable share of public support. The fine representation of the Battle of Gottyahurg always a finds admirers, and the [?] effects add to the interest of the picture. ...Article : 493 words
The New Zealand Rugby Union team will leave Wellington for Sydney on 21st June. ...Article : 23 words
Charles Reade's popular drama "It is Never Too Late to Mend" will be revived at Her Majestry's Theatre this evening, with new scenery by Mr. Clint in which the principal set will show a ravine ...Article : 222 words
The adjourned inquest touching the death of Charles Nolan, who was stabbed by his father, was held to-day before Mr. Rodgerson, the coroner, and a jury. The evidenes disclosed a terrible state of ...Article : 308 words
"Alone in London," a four-act drama, by Robert Buchanan and Harriet Jay, which has not been performed in Sydney for a considerable time, will be revived at the Lyceum Theatre this evening under ...Article : 206 words
The dash under the signature, the unnecessary rat-tat on the knocker the extravagant angle of the hat in bowing, the extremec unction in the voice, the business man's importance, the strut of the cock, ...Article : 1,074 words
Sir,—The reply of Mr. Lyne to the deputation that waited upon him to urge that the proposed line of railway from Bowral to Robertson should be reforred to the Public Works Committee was, in the ...Article : 691 words
A special collection in aid of the heathen missions was taken up in the Presbyterian churches on Sunday last. In a number of the churches sermons on the Free Church jubilee were preached. ...Article : 116 words
The following are tne stock movements:—378 fat and store cattle, from other district to Albury market, various owners; 6700 fat and store sheep, from other districts to Albury market, various ...Article : 195 words
The last nights of "The late Lamented" are announced at the Criterion Theatre, where the screaming farcical comedy is running as brightly as possible. The actors have now brisked up the business ...Article : 223 words
The committee of the Central Methodist Mission are making arrangements for the accommodation of young women employed in factories and shops at the Centenary Hall during the lunch hour. It is ...Article : 171 words
The romantic Irish drama "Shamus O'Brien or The Rebel Chief of '98," will be revived at the Theatre Royal by Mr. Alfred Dampior to-night, when that actor will reappear in one of his popular ...Article : 141 words
Robert Steed 33 paintor on remand, appeared before Mr. Whittingdale Johnson, S.M., at the Newtown Police Court yesterday, on a charge of having broken and entered the house of Albert John Studdy, ...Article : 136 words
Anniversary services in connection with the Marrickville Congregational Church Sunday School were hold on Sunday, 21st instant. The morning's service was conducted by the Rev. F. Binns, of Redfern ...Article : 219 words
Mr. Harry Rickards announces an entire change of programme at the Tivoli Tneatre, in which one of the new features will be the first appearance of Messrs. Ringwood and Willoughby, musical artists ...Article : 136 words
Messrs. Ward Lock, Bowden, and Co. are to be congratulated on their children's "Advance Australia" A.B.O. The illustrations to oach letter of the alphabet are of characteristic Australian ...Article : 256 words
The Salvation Army at Newtown was enabled on the Queen's Birthday, through the generosity of soldiers and friends, to entertain a large number of poor and hungry people. Over 400 adults sat down ...Article : 82 words
Mr. Charles Compton, the new lesses of the Opera House, has the intention of founding a theatre where good melo-drama can be seen at cheap prices after the fashion that prevails at the Surreyside, ...Article : 149 words
The general secretary, Mr. David Walker, records the receipt of two letter from the foreign mission field, one of which was from Mr. R. M. G. M'Dowall (late general secretary of the Christchurch, N.Z., ...Article : 154 words
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