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  4. THE COWARD BEHIND THE CURTAIN.

    They were entering the outskirts of a country town. The easy-going vehicles which characterise country towns occasionally took up more than their fair share of the road. The ...

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  6. SUBURBAN SYDNEY.

    At the last meeting of the Redfern Council a letter was read from Mr. J. C. Watson, M.H.R., to the effect that he had learned on Saturday last that plana were being prepared for the erection of a telephone-exchange ...

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  7. INSTITUTE OF BANKERS.

    The annual general meeting of members of the Institute of Bankers of New South Wales was held in the call- room of the Sydney Stock Exchange last evening. Mr. J. Russell French ...

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  8. ROCKCHOPPERS' DEMANDS

    To-day a deputation from the Rockchoppers' Union will wait upon the Water and Sewerage Board to place their demands before the members. ...

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  9. REDFERN POST-OFFICE.

    Mr. J. C. Watson, M.H.R., has forwarded to the Redfern Council a letter that he had received front the Deputy-Postmaster-General with regard to the inadequate accommodation at the Redfern post-office The ...

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  10. A MUNICIPAL QUARRY.

    At the last meeting of the Redfern Council a letter was received from Mr. T. Ahearn, stating that he had arranged to lease the balance of a quarry at Bombo, half of which had been leased by the council. He ...

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  11. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS AND THE MINIMUM WAGE.

    The Redfern Council has resolved to accent the tender of Mr. William Header for the cartage of metal, provided he agreed to pay the standard rate of wages to his employees. ...

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  12. AUSTRALIAN BAND IN LONDON.

    Sir,--A deal of controversy has taken place regarding the above, as to whether the Boulder City or the Newtown Band should have the right and honor to represent Australia at the forthcoming Franco-British Exhibition. ...

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  13. ALEXANDRIA'S RATING SYSTEM.

    The Alexandria Council at its last meeting received a petition signed by about 180 ratepayers demanding that a poll be taken to determine whether the proposed additional general rate notified in ...

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  14. MANLY COUNCIL.

    The council recently communicated with the Postal Department, complaining that the staff at the local post- office was inadequate, and also requesting a larger switch-board and additional attendants at the telephone ...

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  15. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,--In reply to Mr. J. Gibbons, of the Newtown Brass Band, I will thank you to allow me to inform him that I have been connected more or less with both brass and brass and reed bands since 1860, both in London, my ...

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  16. STARR-BOWKETT SOCIETIES.

    The fifth ballot of the Hornsby Starr-Bowkett Society for £500 was held on Wednesday in the School of Arts, at which there was a large attendance of members. Mr. J. Garrard, who occupied the chair, stated that at ...

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  17. COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE.

    Sir.--Permit me, as a lover of my native land to congratulate you correspondent "Advance Party" on his able letter, appearing in your columns of the 16th inst. dealing with the above question. ...

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  18. BOTANY RAILWAY EXTENSIONS

    Mr. F. J. Page, M.L.A. speaking at North Botany in regard to the railway extension. said that the Minister for Public works and told him that the work would be proceeded with as soon as the ...

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  19. SYDNEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

    It is not generally known that for several years past students of the Sydney Technical College have been successful in winning the P. N. Russell scholarships at the Sydney University. ...

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  20. NEWTOWN AND ENMORE.

    A meeting for the purpose of making appropriations in connection with the Newtown and Enmore Starr-Borkett Building Society, No. 1 was held at the society's office, Enmore-road, Newtown on Tuesday evening. The first ...

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  21. PARRAMATTA RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.

    At a meeting of members of the Parramatta Rate-payers' Association a letter was read from Ald. De Low resigning the position of President. The resignation was accepted and Mr. J. W. Hill elected to the position. ...

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