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  2. REDFERN ELECTIONS.

    A meeting to hear the views of Mr. W. F. Sohey, the protectionist candidate for the Redfern electorate, was held at the Waterloo Town Hall last evening. Prior to the arrival of the candidate ...

    Article : 556 words
  3. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    The Moorefield Race Club open their gates this afternoon f[?]r their pony and galloway meeting, which promises to afford capital sport, ju[?] by the quality of the contestants. The racing track is in excellent ...

    Article : 924 words
  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    All things considered, Mons. Henri Kowalski and the others concerned in the production of "Moustique" can have no cause to complain of the reception accorded the new work last night. The first act went off ...

    Article : 1,261 words
  5. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The collections at the Albury Custom House for June amounted to £1764. The astronomical observation and survey camp, under the charge of Mr. Brooks, broke up to-day, and left for ...

    Article : 799 words
  6. VISIT OF LORD GARRINGTON TO BATHURST.

    This has been the second visit of Lord Carrington to Bathurst, but on the present occasion his presence has been for purely Masonic purposes. He is accompanied by the Hon. Rupert Carrington, and during their ...

    Article : 1,592 words
  7. BURWOOD HANDICAP.

    The running of Ireland's 75 Yards Handicap was brought to a conclusion on the Burwood running grounds, on Tuesday afternoon. The winner was A. Morgan, off the 6 yards' mark. The following are the ...

    Article : 387 words
  8. FOOTBALL.

    The team which the selection committee of the New South Wales Football Association has chosen to represent that body against the Port Melbourne Club's team on the Association Ground next Saturday is as ...

    Article : 71 words
  9. RESIGNATION OF THE REV. DR. ELLIS.

    It is understood that the Rev. Dr. Ellis has sent in his resignation as precentor of St. Saviour's Cathedral, to take effect in three months. ...

    Article : 39 words
  10. LACROSSE.

    The Ir[?] team met the newly-formed Paddington Club at Moore Park on Saturday last, and after a fast and exciting game placed a win to their credit by one goal, Millen being the scorer. Several chances of ...

    Article : 115 words
  11. SHIPPING REPORTS, &c.

    CUSTOM HOUSE.—Entered Outwards July 2, Corinna (s.), 1280 tons. Captain J. P. Sharpe, for Formby, Oonah (s.), 887 tons, Captain Henry Bennison, for Hobart, via Newcastle and Eden; Dupleix (s.), 1005 tons, Captain Hansby, for ...

    Article : 750 words
  12. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Stock by rail to-day: 368 sheep, J. H. Pingelly owner, to Brunker and Wolfe, Farley; 1261 sheep, Dangar Brothers owners, to same, Singleton. TENTERFIELD, TUESDAY. ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. LAWN TENNIS.

    The A teams of the Wahgunyah and Stanmore Tennis Clubs met on Saturday on the court of the former, and the match resulted in an easy victory for Wahgunyah by 26 games. The following were the ...

    Article : 212 words
  14. OVERLAND PASSENGER TRAFFIC.

    For Melbourne (by express to-day): Mr. and Mrs. [?] Edwards, Master Edwards (Waverley), Mrs. R. Drummond, Miss Agnes Drummond (Ta[?]) Hon. James Balfour (Round Hill), E. A. C[?] (F[?] Mr. and Mrs. H. ...

    Article : 512 words
  15. THE RIFLE.

    The Camden Reserve Rifle Company's third quarterly competition took place at Macquarie Grove on Saturday afternoon. The ranges were 400, 500, and 600 yards, for first-class shots, and 400 and 500 yards, for ...

    Article : 150 words
  16. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) V. R. C. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 408 words
  17. PROTECTION AT GOULBURN.

    Last night Messrs. Thos. Rose, Solomon Meyer, and John Osborno, the defeated protectionist candidates for Argyle and Goulburn at the last general election, were entertained by a complimentary banquet by the ...

    Article : 310 words
  18. ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION.

    The first match of the second prize meeting of the Artillery Association of New South Wales, was fired on Saturday last, the 29th June,—viz., the 80-pr. M.L.R. gun, for Volunteer Artillery. This match was ...

    Article : 225 words
  19. MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Oceana (P. and O. line) arrived at Suez, homeward bound, on the evening of the 29th ultimo. ...

    Article : 22 words
  20. CONCERT.

    Madame Summerhayes reproduced Abt's operetta, "Little Riding Hood," last evening, at the New Masonic Hall, the rendering being preceded by a concert. It is not long since Abt's work was performed ...

    Article : 509 words
  21. S.S. ROCKTON.

    The A. U. S. N. Company's steamer Rockton arrived in port last evening, shortly after sundown, from San Francisco direct and consequently had to remain at an anchorage in Watson's Bay to await the inspection of the Health ...

    Article : 329 words
  22. CASUALTIES.

    A terrible accident occurred yesterday afternoon in Fitzroy-street, Surry Hills, to a man named Robert Aller, 21, plumber residing at 61, Harris-street. It appears that Aller had been sent by Mr. Sydney Smith, ...

    Article : 635 words
  23. PARLIAMENT AND THE LOCAL OPTION QUESTION.

    Sir,—Will you pormit me, through your columns, to voice the feelings of thousands of temperance workers in the colony in regard to the attitude of Parliament on the local option question. Nearly two years ago the ...

    Article : 535 words
  24. TRADES MOVEMENTS.

    The quarterly meeting of the Journeymen Tailors' Society was held last evening at the Trades Hall, Dixon-street, Mr J. E Kelly being in the chair. The treasurer's quarterly balance-sheet was presented and ...

    Article : 363 words
  25. LECTURES.

    On Monday night the Rev. A. Gardiner, M.A., delivered a lecture on "Thomas Guthrie" in the Waterloo Mission School in connection with the Sydney City Mission, being the fifth of the Winter series. ...

    Article : 360 words
  26. GUNDAGAI COURSING CLUB.

    The first meeting of the recently-formed Gundagai Coursing Club commenced to-day, and will be continued to-morrow. The wea[?] was cold and wet: but, notwithstanding, there was a fair attendance. The ...

    Article : 136 words
  27. THE BANQUET.

    A banquet was subsequently held in the Oddfellows' Hall. About 100 Moons were present, iucluding his Excellency Lord Carrington. M.W.G.M.; J. C. Remington, S.G.M.; T. F. De Courcy Browne, ...

    Article : 650 words
  28. Advertising

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    Advertising : 75 words
  29. COURSING IN VICTORIA.

    At the Battling at Bowe's Tattersall's this evening over the Australian Champion Stakes coursing meeting Mr. W. T. Cox announced his intention to include in the next season's programme a champion stake for 128 ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. Advertising

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    Advertising : 27 words
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