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    YESTERDAY, being the 69th anniversary of Her Majesty's birthday, was a general holiday, and all work was suspended in the city and district, while the splendid weather ...

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  3. Football.

    The Iona journeyed to Raymond Terrace with the members of the Union football team and their friends. On arriving at the Terrace the Unions wore mot by the local club, and ...

    Article : 100 words
  4. Victoria Theatre.

    LAST evening an overwhelming audience witnessed the representation of Messrs. Pettitt and Conquest's ever popular play. "The Green Lanes of England," at this theatre, ...

    Article : 550 words
  5. Dancing "Social."

    At the Warwick Hall, last night, Mrs. Jones gave a select social party, which was well attended, and everyone separated highly satisfied with the night's enjoyment. ...

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  6. Islington.

    Queen's Birthday passed off in a more than usual quiet manner, as generally on as public holiday one or more picnics would be held in Mr. Chippendall's or Mrs. Hickinbotham's ...

    Article : 90 words
  7. Stockton Fire Brigade Picnic.

    The members of the newly-formed Stockton Fire Brigade, with their families and others, held a picnic yesterday, the proceeds of which were to go towards purchasing a ...

    Article : 164 words
  8. Lambton.

    The children and teachers of the Wesleyan Sunday-school, Lambton, held their annual picnic, in Mr. Croudace's paddock. About 100, children and 200 teachers and friends ...

    Article : 71 words
  9. Concert at Belmont.

    Among the other events set down for last night, was a grand concert to be given at Belmont, Lake-Macquarie. A splendid programme had been arranged for, and great ...

    Article : 48 words
  10. Regatta at the New Township, Stockton.

    Patrons: Messrs. J. C. Ellis and James Fletcher, M's.L.A.; president, Mr. J. F. Ellis; vice-presidents, Messrs. P. Callen, C. Chatfield, P. Pepper, S. Smith, R. Lavis, and ...

    Article : 1,048 words
  11. Contennial Orange Demonstration at Waratah.

    At the Waratah Crystal Palace Gardens, yesterday, the Orangemen of the district mustered in very strong force with their wives and families and friends to celebrate ...

    Article : 2,999 words
  12. Minor Events.

    A number of other minor sporting and social events were hold in various parts of the district yesterday, particulars of which arrived too late for insertion in to-day's issue. ...

    Article : 30 words
  13. Railway and Tramway Arrangements.

    The railway and tramway officials had a heavy day's work yesterday, which they performed well, under the direction of Mr. F. R. Nield, acting traffic-inspector, Mr. J. ...

    Article : 75 words
  14. Skating Rink Carnival.

    Those who predicted that there would be a paucity of attendance at the Newcastle Skating Rink last night were greatly mistaken, for, notwithstanding the display of ...

    Article : 260 words
  15. Sydney "Birthday" Doings.

    The weather was splendid all day, although it is like rain this evening. The day was observed as a general holiday. The Queen's Birthday Review, before the ...

    Article : 106 words

    A SPECIAL miners' meeting was held in Ralph's Druids Hall on Wednesday evening, Mr. D. Mason in the chair. The minutes of the last special and two ...

    Article : 148 words
  17. Brock's Fireworks on the Cricket Ground.

    Our old friends,. Messrs. C. T. Brock and Co., whose fireworks were so greatly admired this time last year, have again turned, up amongst us, and last night gave a most ...

    Article : 564 words
  18. Congregational Sunday-school Picnic.

    The Brown-street Congregational Sunday School yesterday held their annual picnic at that favourite spot for outings, Tomago. The happy party of youngsters, in charge of their ...

    Article : 114 words

    THE many friends of the Bishop of Newcastle and Mrs. Pearson are reminded that the sale of the Bishop's household furniture and effects will take place at Bishopcourt, ...

    Article : 78 words
  20. Salvation Army Bombardment.

    The members of the above body were as usual well to the front yesterday, and in the afternoon hold a "bombardment," in the little reserve, which drew together a good number ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. "Nothing Succeeds Like Success."

    SINCE commencing business in the big corner shop, Hunter and Newcomen streets, which is now as well-known for sterling value as the Post-office is the place to post letters, we ...

    Article : 95 words
  22. Greta Friendly Societies Demonstration.

    The Friendly Societies of Greta hold their demonstration at that township, there being a very good attendance. The societies, headed by a brass band, marched in procession to the ...

    Article : 76 words



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