A public meeting, called for the purpose of considering the local option question, was held in the Bedfern Town Hall last night. There was a good attendance. The chair was occupied by Mr. John Williamson, and there were also ...Article : 664 words
After the usual opening exercises, and the transactton of preliminary business, the Conference proceeded to the orders of the day. METHODIST UNION. ...Article : 1,339 words
Archibsihop Moran inaugurated this Tear's aeries of sacred lectures the Roman Catholic Bible Hall, Wdliam-street, by an adress which was delivered last evening, the Archbishop being specially invited by the trustees to preside on the ...Article : 5,162 words
The local option vote was taken in the municipality of prospect and Shorwood on Tuesday. Only 15 votes were recorded, 8 being against the issuing of new licenses, and 7 egainst removals of licenses. ...Article : 38 words
Sir,—I respectfully ask for permission to reply to your leader on "Local Option " and the "Local Option League,", which appeared in this day's issue. It is not generous of you to spread a report that the ...Article : 1,034 words
The Government bave determined to make a substantial award to George Hawke, a bricklayer's labourer, for his attempt to cave the mall train from being wrecked at Cootamundra. Hawke, it will be remembered, endeavoured to ...Article : 1,195 words
The following nominations and elections to the annual vacancies occurring in the various municipalities and boroughs of the colony have been made and reported to us to date:— ...Article : 772 words
The Synod of Eastern Australia met in St. George's Church, Castlereegh-street, Sydney, on Tuesday last, at 7.30 p.m. There were present the Rev. W. S. Donald, A.M., Rev. George Sutherland, Rev. D. K. M'Intyre, ...Article : 549 words
Sir,—Referring to the remarks in your Monday's issne, I beg permission to say that there is no error in the manifesto of the Local Option League relative to the opinions of the British Government. That the members of the Cabinet ...Article : 1,434 words
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