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  4. RE-OPENING OF HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    To suitably mark the occasion of the reopening of Her Majesty's Theatre, the whole of the members of Mr. J. C. Williamson's many companies--players, working and clerical staffs ...

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  5. COLLECTING THE ELECTORAL ROLLS.

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  6. AMUSEMENTS.

    "Mice and Men" was revived at the Theatre Royal last night by Mr. George Musgrove's Comedy Company, and it was received with marked enthusiasm. ...

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  7. PARRAMATTA AND DISTRICT.

    As a preliminary to instituting a sewerage schema for Granville, an engineer from the Works Department is engaged in taking the levels of the borough. The scheme at present. ...

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  8. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' ASSOCIATION.

    The wet weather was probably responsible for the thin attendance at the Town-hall last night, when the Friendly Societies' Association held their annual concert and social. The ...

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  9. INSANITARY DWELLINGS.

    At Wednesday night's meeting of the Granville Council the sanitary inspector drew attention to the insanitary state of several buildings, which were "rat-infested, badly-drained. ...

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  10. EVENING MUNICIPAL APPEAL COURTS.

    The Granville Council has decided to bring before the next meeting of the Municipal Association the question of amending the Municipalities Act of 1897, so as to provide for ...

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  11. RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

    Sir,--It seems to me that the attitude of Churchmen of the various denominations--as evidenced in your columns--towards the statistics recently given by Mr. Perry, the Minister for ...

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  12. MISS MAUD FITZ-STUBBS' ENTERTAINMENT.

    A popular musical entertainment was given at the Queen's-hall last night by Miss Maud Fitz-Stubbs. The well-known planiste and Miss Mary Robinson joined in several items for two pianos, ...

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  13. "THE PERSIAN GARDEN."

    Liza Lehmann's song-cycle, "The Persian Garden," was repeated at the Centenary-hall last night, before a large and appreciative gathering, by Misses Violet Mount. Maud Dalrymple, Messrs, ...

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  14. MISS MURIEL BOOTH'S CONCERT.

    The inclement weather affected the attendance at Miss Muriel Booth's concert at the Petersham Town-hall last evening. The programme presented to the enthusiasts who braved the ...

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  15. MOSMAN MUSICAL SOCIETY.

    The first concert of the Mosman Musical Society took place on Wednesday evening at the North Sydney School of Arts, and was a conspicuous success. The hall, which had been ...

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  16. OUR CITY PARKS.

    Yesterday an Interesting and valuable report by Mr. J. H. Maiden on the city parks and reserves was submitted to the parks committee of the City Council. In a letter covering his ...

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  17. DISEASES IN STOCK.

    The conference of Chief Inspectors of Stock from the different States, which was called for the purpose of endeavoring to secure uniformity of action in the States In connection with ...

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  18. CONCERT AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    A successful concert in aid of the Congregational Church debt extinction fund was held on Tuesday evening at the North Sydney School of Arts, and the hall, which was well filled, was ...

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  19. ASSISTED IMMIGRATION.

    Sir,--The president of the Chamber of Commerce, in his able and statesmanlike address, to use a homely expression, "hit the right nail on the head" when he advocated assisted ...

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  20. ABATTOIRS FOR NEWCASTLE.

    The Mayors of the municipalities in the Newcastle district were Introduced to the Treasurer yesterday by Mr. Dick, M.L.A. Messrs. Gilbert and Price, Ms.L.A., being also present. A ...

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  21. THE LEMARE RECITALS.

    There was considerable discussion at the meeting yesterday of the recreation committee of the City Council concerning the engagement of Mr. Lemare to give a series of organ recitals ...

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  22. TARIFFS AND DEFENCE.

    The British Imperial Federation Defence Committee, in view of the prominence now being given to the question of granting preferential trade advantages to self-governing colonies, ...

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  23. WHY "THE CENTURY" ANSWERS SO MANY QUESTIONS.

    "The Century" is an unfailing resource to which one may turn to find out the derivation of "opportune," or the distance, to which a rattlesnake can strike; what proportion of ice in an ...

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  24. POULTRY THIEVES CAPTURED.

    While Constables Martin and Barker were patrolling Parramatta-road, Five Dock, yesterday morning, on special plain-clothes blcycle duty, they surprised two men climbing over a ...

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  25. RUSSIAN JEWS' RELIEF FUND.

    The hon. treasurers of the Russian Jews' Relief Fund acknowledge the receipt of the following donations:--Amount previously acknowledged, £683 14s 6d; "Sydney Morning Herald" ...

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  26. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,--In your issue of Wednesday there appears a letter from "R. Stuart." stating that Church of England clergymen arc the only ministers who have carried out the religious ...

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  27. RABBI LANDAU'S RESIGNATION.

    Sir,--The correspondence under this heading which has appeared in your issues of several days past has been perused by me with mingled feelings--with deep regret, that so high-minded ...

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  28. LINNEAN SOCIETY.

    Dr. Storic Dixson (president) occupied the chair at the monthly meeting of the Linnean Society on Wednesday night. "The Continental Origin of Fiji" was the subject of a paper ...

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  29. BALMAIN WORKING MEN'S INSTITUTE.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Balmain Working Men's Institute was held on Wednesday evening, Alderman G. C. Murdoch presiding. The management committee's report stated ...

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  30. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir, --The Minister for Public Instruction s method of getting at the amount of religious instruction given in public schools by clergymen is a little misleading. To have given the ...

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  31. A CONFUSION OF NAMES.

    One of the stopping-places on the Lane Cove River, being known as the St. Leonards Wharf, frequently gives rise to much confusion, as many people are apt, and have been known, to ...

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  32. NOT A DISEASE.

    A cough is not a discase, but a symptom. It indicates that the lungs and bronchial tubes are inflamed. This inflammation often leads to pneumonia. The surest way to ward off ...

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