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  3. CHRISTIAN ENDEA VOURERS.

    "Better lives, better homes, better churches, better citizens." That is the suggested watchword for the Christian Endeavourer for the year of the century. It was embodied ...

    Article : 565 words
  4. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    The necessity for acquiring lands in the agricultural areas of the colony for purposes of closer settlement was discussed in the Legislative Assembly last night when the debate ...

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  5. STATE RIGHTS.

    The usual motion of adjournments was submitted in the Legislative Assembly last night, and the theme upon which the Opposition depended for a means to block business was the ...

    Article : 660 words
  6. FEDERAL NOTES.

    The immediate prospect of Federal legislative work does not promise anything more exciting than a dull round of machinery bills, such as Distillation, Post and Telegraph, ...

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  7. ENCOUNTERS WITH BOERS.

    Trooper Malcolm M'Mahon, in a letter dated July 28, from Paardkop, to his father in Sydney, gives the following account of his adventures: -- Since writing last I have ...

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  8. FACTORY LEGISLATION.

    A subject which has previously been the matter of debate by the Sydney Labour Council, and on which it has expressed an opinion directly the opposite of that held by ...

    Article : 349 words
  9. SHE SHOOK THE PILLOWS.

    Unutterably mean was the theft of which a young woman named Ada Mawson was yesterday convicted of at the Darlinghurst Sessions. The prisoner, who appeared in the ...

    Article : 233 words
  10. A TRAGIC SUICIDE.

    The Deputy City Coroner, Dr. Todd, and a jury inquired yesterday into the circumstances surrounding the death of a man named Cecil Dove, lately residing at ...

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  11. ACCOMMODATION FOR SHEARERS.

    Upon the motion of Mr. Perry the Legislative Assembly last night went into committee to consider the expediency of bringing in a bill to provide for the proper and sufficient ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. ELECTION DEPOSITS.

    It seems that a fortnight or so ago at a caucus of the Labour Party in the Federal Parliament a resolution was passed in favour of insisting on a deposit from all candidates ...

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  13. THE TAILORESSES' DEPUTATION.

    It appears, that a hitch has occurred between two labour organisations of Sydney, which prevents the Tailoresses' Union's deputation to the Premier from being at once ...

    Article : 254 words
  14. HOW J's.P. ARE MADE.

    A jocular question asked by Mr. Haynes in the Assembly last night as to how many residents of Ashfield were not justices of the peace prompted Mr. See to make a statement ...

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  15. DEVONSHIRE-STREET CEMETERY BILL.

    In moving the third reading of the Devonshire-street Cemetery Bill, in the Legislative Assembly last night, Mr. Q'Sullivan said that in accordance with a promise made on the ...

    Article : 268 words
  16. SYDNEY LABOUR COUNCIL.

    The ordinary weekly meeting of the Sydney Labour Council was hold last night, Mr. D. Quinn, vice-president, in the chair. There was a fair attendance. A letter was ...

    Article : 343 words
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  19. BROKE HIS KNEE.

    A labourer named William Green, residing at Sutherland, had his knee fractured yesterday afternoon through a case of kerosene falling on him. He was brought to town by ...

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  21. THE SHERWOOD INFANTICIDE.

    At Burwood yesterday Senior-Constable Emmet, of Granville, arrested a woman on suspicion of being concerned in the exposure of the infant whose dead body was found in ...

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  22. A DRAPERS' JOURNAL.

    The first copy of a now periodical, "The Draper of Australasia," has reached us It is published simultaneously in Sydney and Melbourne and also has offices in Brisbane, ...

    Article : 172 words
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