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  2. EASTER MONDAY.

    The time-honoured custom of keeping Easter Monday as a holiday has long been celebrated in Sydney, but never was it kept up with more spirit than yesterday. And it may be said, at the same time, that there was never more reason for ...

    Article : 672 words
  3. VIEWED FROM SOUTH HEAD.

    South Head probably afforded greater facilities for witnessing the operations at sea and on land, and a more extensive visual range, than any other place selected by spectators, and it was therefore the chosen rendezvous of many ...

    Article : 2,839 words
  4. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING.

    Notwithstanding the exceptionally attractive surroundings which marked the present year's encampment, and the enthusiasm with which it was looked forward to, it seemed to have affected the A. J. C. meeting, which opened yesterday, ...

    Article : 4,504 words
  5. THE SCENE AT MIDDLE HEAD.

    During the forenoon the men encamped at Middle [?]ead were exercised in battalion, skirmishing, and other movements. The 4th Regiment, under Lieutenant-Colonel Wilkinson, executed some very smart attacking manœuvros, ...

    Article : 367 words
  6. THE MILITARY AND NAVAL REVIEW.

    Easter Monday will long be remembered by the crowds of people who on that day deter[?]ned to combine instruction with pleasure, or, in ot[?]r wo[?]s, to study the plan of harbour defences at the same [?] that they imbibed a ...

    Article : 1,931 words
  7. ON BOARD THE WOLVERENE.

    For the first time in the history of the colony a colonial naval force took part in the Easter manœuvres, and their doing [?]o contributed largely to the interest of the proceedings. When the Naval Volunteer Artillery were formed ...

    Article : 2,991 words
  8. THE SCENE IN THE HARBOUR.

    Easter records have been written without number, but it is safe to venture the assertion that never on any previous occasion were more people drawn together around the harbour from all parts than were to be seen yesterday. The ...

    Article : 743 words
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