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  2. TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Trades and Labour Council was held on Thursday. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read, Mr. Harris moved that they be continued with the exception of that portion which referred ...

    Article : 1,429 words
  3. SPORTING.

    The above match was resumed on Saturday, when there was a very gratifying increase in the attendance as compared with that of the previous day. The weather again turned out fine, but the temperature was most oppressive, ...

    Article : 3,277 words
  4. THE VEND ARRANGEMENT.

    Sir,—As you have referred to me in your leader of to-day on the subject of the Newcastle vend arrangement, I would request, you to publish what, I had' before me as setting out that scheme when I lately addressed a letter to ...

    Article : 172 words
  5. PRICE OF LAND TO FREE SELECTORS.

    Sir,—As the above subject is a very important one, I think it necessary that we should know whether, "Calculus " or "Common Sense " gives the correct answer to the question. "Calculus" says a cash payment of ...

    Article : 261 words
  6. "THE COAL PROPRIETORS' VEND AND MINERS' AGREEMENT OF 1879."

    "In our issue of Thursday last we informed our readers that the Associated Masters had held a meeting in Newcastle on the day previous, for the purpose of considering the price of coal and other matters connected with the coal ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  7. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—It was not my intention to return to the discussion of this question, but the article by "Calculus" in your issue of this morning so bristles with errors and absurdities that I deem it advisable to point out once more the mistake ...

    Article : 1,278 words
  8. WEST MAITLAND REGATTA.

    The entries for the Maitland Anniversary Regatta are pretty full, and include pullers from Newcastle and other places. The arrangements are complete, and a good day's port is being looked forward to. ...

    Article : 46 words
  9. HUNTER RIVER AMATEUR TURF CLUB.

    The weights for the Hunter River Amateur Turf Club Races are declared. Sir Solomon heads the list for the Shorts and Handicap with 9 st. 4 lbs. and 9 st. 2 lbs. respectively. For the Ladies' Purse, 1 mile, Victor has ...

    Article : 96 words
  10. MESSRS. J. BOOTH and CO.'S PICNIC.

    The annual picnic given by Messrs. J. Booth and Co. to their employes and friends was held on Saturday, at Clontarf, and us is usually the case, it was exceedingly well attended. The Quandong made three trips to the scene ...

    Article : 633 words
  11. COAL MINERS' MUTUAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.

    By the courtesy of the district officers of the above association, we have much pleasure in presenting our readers with the following circular, which was placed before the delegates of the various collieries and discussed at their ...

    Article : 2,629 words
  12. KENSINGTON PARK RACES.

    The Kensington Park races took place to-day, with the following results:— WELTER AMATEUR HURDLE.—Sultana 1, Ramrod 2, Gray Billy 3. ...

    Article : 362 words
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