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    MISS ADA GUILDFORD, Who appears at the Criterion on Easter Saturday with the William Anderson Dramatic Company in "The Village ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    MISS BEATRICE DAY. Leading lady of the Brough-Flemming Comedy Company, which appeared at the Palace Theatre last night in the first ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 36 words
  4. DAVID BILLINGTON

    David Billington, the English champion professional swimmer, was officially welcomed by a representative gathering at the Sports Club yesterday. ...

    Article : 388 words
  5. SISTERS MARRIED

    'A' ceremony unique in its way was performed at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, yesterday, when two sisters, Alice May and Mary Ellen King, were married at the same ...

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  6. EASTER=TIDE

    As the Easter holidays draw nigh many of our country cousins are packing up their traps and contemplating the pleasures that await their visit to the metropolis of the ...

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  7. JOHNSON-M'LEAN TROUBLE

    Jack Johnson, the coloured American pugilist, called at the offices of the "Sunday Sun" last night and made a statement with regard to one that was made a few days ago ...

    Article : 389 words
  8. THE 'VAAL'S PARLIAMENT

    In the Transvaal Legislative Assembly yesterday Mr. Smuts, Colonial Secretary, said he considered that the proposed commission of inquiry into the labour question would be ...

    Article : 137 words
  9. RUSSIAN FAMINE FUND.

    The Russian Premier M. Stolypin, created the profoundest sensation in the Duma yesterday by accepting a resolution by M. Rod[?]tcheff, a Constitutional Democrat, for the ...

    Article : 102 words
  10. Advertising

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  11. THE IRISH PARTY

    Mr. William O'Brien, M.P., has addressed to his constituents a letter, in which he announces that he will not participate in the present session of Parliament. ...

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  12. CASUALTIES

    A terrible accident happened on the railway line near the site of the old Redfern Railway Station yesterday morning. Shortly after 8 o'clock a railway carriage cleaner ...

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  13. ENGLISH COMMERCIAL

    Copper on spot closed yesterday at £106 5s [?]o £106 10s, the three months quotations being £107 10s to £107 15s. The market is [?]uiet and unchanged. ...

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  14. IN THE BATHS

    Billington had his first swim since his illness yesterday in the Rushcutter's Bay Baths. He was much out of his true form, but his style greatly impressed the ...

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  15. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

    In the House of Commons yesterday the Compulsory Metric Weights and Measures Bill was negatived by 150 votes to 118. ...

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  16. IRISH ENVOYS' AUSTRALIAN TOUR

    Mr. Joseph Devlin, M.P., one of the Irish envoys to Australia, has just returned from his colonial tour. Interviewed on his arrival at Queenstown, ...

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  17. IN THE MANLY SURF

    Most of Manly and a large portion of Sydney turned out yesterday afternoon to witness the launching of the new surf boat in the breakers on the ocean beach. A large ...

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  18. CROYDON RAILWAY FATALITY.

    The body of the young woman who was run over and killed by a train between Croydon and Burwood on Friday night was identified yesterday as that of May Josephine Bacon, a ...

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    LIEUTENANT H. RAWSON, SON OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE STATE GOVERNOR, AND MISS DOROTHY MITCHELL, OF SYDNEY, who are to be married in St. Andrew's Cathedral on April 9. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. ANOTHER MARINE INVENTION

    An American marine architect named Nixon has patented an engine which is worked with petroleum gas, and by means of which he claims that a vessel will be ...

    Article : 54 words
  21. TINNED MEAT

    The War Office is inviting tenders, which are to close on July 15, for the supply of 500,000lb. of tinned beef and mutton annually till September, 1910. ...

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  22. CHESS CHAMPION LASKER

    Of the twelve games that have just been played for the chess championship of the world Mr. Emanuel Lasker won five, and Mr Marshall none. The other seven games were ...

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  23. TO KILL MANKIND

    Colonel Sir Howard Vincent, M.P., announces that the Hadfield steel foundry has introduced a new projectile that will pierce any armour. ...

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  24. AUSTRALIANS IN LONDON

    Miss Myrtle Meggy, the New South Wales pianist, and Miss Gwendoline Pelly, the South Australian violinist, have given recitals at the Bechstein Hall, in London. ...

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  25. THE ENGLISH TURF

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  26. WILLIAM WHITELEY'S MURDERER

    The trial of Horace Rayner in connection with the sensational tragedy of which the late Mr. William Whiteley was the victim took place to-day. ...

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  27. SURF BATHING AT COOGEE

    Coogee beach was the scene early on Saturday morning of an exciting episode, which might have ended fatally but for the promptitude of a Queensland visitor and a Coogee ...

    Article : 121 words
  28. GIACOBINI'S COMET

    Giacobini's comet, a very faint object, and likely to be lost to view with the increasing moonlight, has been observed at the Red Hill branch of the Sydney Observatory, on ...

    Article : 149 words
  29. 'VARSITY ATHLETICS

    Having decided the great annual contest at takes place on the Thames, the representatives of Oxford and Cambridge measured their strength to-day on the sports field. ...

    Article : 113 words
  30. THE WEATHER

    The following forecast was issued at 1 p.m. yesterday by Mr. A. Noble from the Observatory:--Unstable to thundery over coastal parts and tablelands. Fine west of ...

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  31. FALL DOWN A LIFT WELL.

    A lad named Harry Ewing, who lives at Lennox-street, Newtown, fell a distance of 30ft. down a lift well at the American Skirt Co.'s premises, in Kent-street, on Saturday. ...

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  32. INDIAN IMMIGRANTS FOR FIJI

    The British-India liner Virawa arrived today from Calcutta. She brought 72[?] Indian immigrants for Fiji. ...

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  33. ENGLISH MAIL

    English mails dated London, February 22, by the P. and O. R.M.S. Himalaya, are expected to reach Sydney, to-morrow in time for the 8 a.m. delivery. ...

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  34. COMMONWEALTH CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT

    Applications are invited by the Commonwealth Customs Department up to April 6 next for the position of Supervisor, Fourth Class, in the Warehouse Branch of the ...

    Article : 63 words
  35. FRACTURED LEG.

    A saddler named Thomas Lawler, 54 years of age, residing at Hay-street, City, was walking along Regent-street, Redfern, about 8 o'clock last evening when he stumbled and ...

    Article : 62 words
  36. BRANCH TRAM LINE

    It is notified that, commencing from Monday, 25th inst., the branch tram line from the corner of Henderson and Mitchell roads, to Park-street, Erskineville, will be opened ...

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  37. DEATH OF MR. GEO. WALKER

    Mr. George Walker, manager of the Victoria Coffee Palace in Collins-street for the past 25 years, died suddenly of heart failure to-night ...

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  38. THE JAPANESE TRAINING SQUADRON

    The Japanese training squadron, comprising the cruisers Hashidate, Itukushima, and Mabushima, in charge of Vice-Admiral Tomoika, left here to-day in continuation of ...

    Article : 44 words
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