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  2. LECTURES.

    Mr. Phil Robinson, the well-known journalist and war correspondent, arrived in Sydney yesterday, by the express from Molbourne. Ho was received at Redfern Station by a number of representatives of the.various ranks of the ...

    Article : 1,583 words
  3. SYDNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    The Municipal Council of Sydney met in committee of finance yesterday afternoon. There were present—The Mayor (Alderman A. J. Riley) in the chair, Aldermen Beare, Bryon, Buckle, Chapman, Hart, M. Harris, J. ...

    Article : 1,076 words
  4. SYDNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    A general meeting of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce Was held in the Exchange-building yesterday evening. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. H. Storey, and there was a large attendance of members of the Chamber, as w[?]ll as a ...

    Article : 2,311 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    "Bo[?]io" was repeated last night, with, however, a change of cast—Signor Verdi taking the role which has hitherto been played by Miss Annette lvanova. Of course the opera somewhat suffered in the eyes of those who had ...

    Article : 425 words
  6. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY.

    A special meeting of the members of the Australian Mutual Provident Society was held in the board room at the society's head office, Pitt-street, yesterday afternoon, for the purpose of confirming and finally passing the new ...

    Article : 823 words
  7. AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE.

    An amateur dramatic performance was given last night in the New Masonic Hall, in aid of the Goodenough Royal Naval Home. The hall was filled by a very fashionable audience, including Lord and ...

    Article : 505 words
  8. THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY.

    Sir,—Since my former letter was written, the curriculum (so far as the first year is concerned) adopted by the S[?]uat[?] has been published. The manner in which this result has been reached strikes us as remarkable. A committee was ...

    Article : 951 words
  9. DEPUTATION.

    A deputation representing the residents of Burwood and district was introduced to the Colonial Treasurer yesterday morning by Mr. Carruthers, M.L.A., the object of the deputation being to protest against the ...

    Article : 887 words
  10. SERVICE OF SONG.

    On Monday evening last a service of song was given[?] at St. David's Church, Surry Hills, in aid of the Sunday school prize fund. The title of the service was "Eva St. Clare," an interesting production, which was rendered ...

    Article : 101 words
  11. THE STATE HOUSE.

    We learn that since it become known that the Government intended to carry out the design of building a State House, the Colonial Secretary's Department has been inundated by all sorts of suggestions and ...

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  12. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Stock movements:-320 merino wethers, from Bouegills[?] to Albury, John Cummings; 123 store bullocks, from the Corowa district to Stony Park, Wm. Turner; 300 merino, wethers, from Stony Park to Melbourne, Wm. Turner: 250 ...

    Article : 193 words
  13. "WHAT OUR GASPIPES CONTAIN, AND WHERE IT COMES FROM."

    Last night the first of a course of seven lectures on subjects of domestic and sanitary interest was delivered by Mr. J. L. Bruce, an architectural engineer who has lately arrived front Great Britain. The subject of the lecture ...

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  14. ST. MARY'S MISSION CHURCH, MORTLAKE.

    The abovenamed church is already in a state of partial completion. The structure consists of a neat brick building, in Early English style, pointed with cement dressings, and the windows are of cathedral tinted glass, with coloured[?] ...

    Article : 378 words
  15. BUSHMEN AND NATURAL HISTORY.

    Sir,—In a letter to your paper dated 11th March, 1887, and signed "H. J. M'Coney," the writer, after ind[?]lging in a [?]er it bushmen for their want of knowledge of natural history, gives the following as an evidence of their ...

    Article : 187 words
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