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  2. AMUSEMENTS.

    At the Theatre Royal, on Saturday night, the pantomime, the "Babes in the Wood," was produced for the last time, and, perhaps because of its being the final representation, those taking parts in the performance throw ...

    Article : 184 words
  3. WEATHER MAP

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 6 words
  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 295 words
  5. UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS.

    Sir,—I notice that the marked success recently attending the efforts of the Queensland pupils in the late Sydney University examinations has evoked a considerable amount of attention in New South Wales, and has no doubt called ...

    Article : 1,320 words
  6. VICTORIA THEATRE.

    Another performance of the pantomime, arranged specially for children, was given on Saturday afternoon at the Victoria Theatre, and though, owing to the noise made by toys lavishly distributed among the little auditors a ...

    Article : 503 words
  7. LAW REPORT.

    The following insolvency business was inadvertently omitted from Thursday's issue:— SURRENDERS. Henry Burton, circus proprietor. Liabilities, £5034, of ...

    Article : 266 words
  8. SURPLUS MEAT EXPORT.

    Sir,—I am glad to see that this all-important subject of meat export is warmly advocated, by the Argus urging our southern neighbours to follow in the same track. Not being able to attend the meetings this month of the ...

    Article : 1,197 words
  9. SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS.

    To-morrow, Mr. T. S. Clibborn, will hold an important sale at Hobartville, Richmond, when the well-known stud, the property of Mr. Andrew Town, will be submitted for public auction. Amongst the lots to be brought under the ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. CRICKET.

    We have been requested to state that a meeting of the above-named Association will be held at Tattersall's Hotel at 8 o'clock to-night, to appoint umpire and scorer for the match against the Australian team. ...

    Article : 809 words
  11. LAW NOTICES.

    January 19.—Holiday. At Orange, John Tierney, third. At Young: Albert King, third. January 20.—At Wagga: Benjamin Collis and James Davis, single; Thoms Hubert Mullens, third. At Albury[?] Kyran ...

    Article : 102 words
  12. WOOL AT DARLING HARBOUR.

    With reference to the paragraph in Friday's issue of the Herald respecting the wool awaiting delivery at Darling Harbour, the railway traffic manager has forwarded a report to Mr. C. A. Goodchap, Commissioner for Railways. ...

    Article : 198 words
  13. POLICE.

    At the CENTRAL POLICE COURT, on Saturday the Police Magistrate was assisted by Messrs. Smart, A[?]mbau, Fowler, Sladen, and Deane. Kate Skehan was, on Friday afternoon, found in a state ...

    Article : 289 words
  14. QUEEN'S THEATRE.

    On Saturday night Miss Imogene appeared for the last time as "La Cigale," in the Queen's Theatre. The audience was larger and more sympathetic than usual and the eccentric comedy was more smoothly and efficiently ...

    Article : 49 words
  15. COMMERCIAL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 222 words
  16. OPERA HOUSE.

    The Opera House was again filled in every part on Saturday night, although no change was made in the programme that has been running during the week. The clever performers, constituting the troupe of Mastodan Minstrels, ...

    Article : 196 words
  17. ROMAN CATHOLIC ORPHAN SCHOOL.

    The children of the Roman Catholic Orphan School, to the number of 300, were treated by Mr. T. H. Rawlings of Parramatta, to a picnic and sports at the farm of the Institution on Friday. A large number of guests were ...

    Article : 540 words
  18. CAMILLA [?]URSO.

    This famous violinist, who is [?]o soon coming amongst us[?] is of French birth; her father—Salvatore Urso—was Italian and a good musician, her mother a Portuguese, who spent most of her life in Italy and France, and was a singer and ...

    Article : 840 words
  19. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    In the cricket match to-day between the local clubs, Cumberland and United, the former won easily. This is the second victory for the Cumberland. It is believed to be the intention of an alderman to present a challenge cup for ...

    Article : 64 words
  20. THE POWERS OF THE MARINE BOARD.

    Sir,—A paragraph in this morning's Herald, taken from the South Australian Register, informs your readers that the Marine Board of that colony has no power to stop unseaworthy ships from going to sea. ...

    Article : 402 words
  21. BOROUGH COUNCIL.

    MARRICKVILL[?]—The Council met at the usual hour on Monday last. Present—The Mayor (Alderman, Alcock) in the chair, with Alderman Chishol[?] Geering, Graham, Miles, Moyes, P[?]oeffer, and Whiteman. T[?] minutes of the previous meeting were read ...

    Article : 571 words
  22. AQUATICS.

    The first club contest of the North Shore Rowing Club took place on Saturday afternoon, and was largely attended by rowing men and others in the locality. The race was for scratch fours, and the following crews competed[?]—No. ...

    Article : 93 words
  23. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    Sale of 77 bales, from Sydney, by Henry P. Hughes and Sons, on Thursday, 14th August, 1879. Ex Pericles, from Sydney: JB, 10 at 15½d; V in triangle over a curve, 10 at 15½d; JWB over M, 5 at 16½d; WB over DW, 11 ...

    Article : 558 words
  24. MERCANTILE ROWING CLUB.

    The fifth annual meeting of the Mercantile Rowing Club was held at the Exchange last Friday night. Mr. Carl Sahl, vice-president, occupied the chair, and there was a large number of members present. ...

    Article : 1,116 words
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