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  2. THE DRAMA.

    Mr. H. B. Irving, who is to arrive in Sydney next week, outlined the lofty ideals of his profession in a very interesting little speech when replying to the toast of his health, proposed by ...

    Article : 516 words
  3. RELIGIOUS.

    "Churchman" writes:--"Sunday, June 11, being Trinity Sunday, the Anglican Prayer-book provided that what is known as the Athanasian Creed shall be said, instead of the Apostles' ...

    Article : 350 words
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  5. FOR WOMEN.

    The presentation to her Excellency the Countess of Dudley, which was to have been made on June 20, has by her Excellency's wish, been postponed till Tuesday, June 27, when it will ...

    Article : 1,098 words
  6. NOT UNITARIANISM, BUT PAUL'S DOCTRINE.

    A statement to the effect that Rev. J. Campbell had recanted some of his New Theology views, and had proclaimed his belief in the deity of Jesus, has been going the rounds of tlie ...

    Article : 3,225 words
  7. NEW CLARKE-MEYNELL ATTRACTIONS.

    Mr. Charles Wenman, who has returned from a visit to London and New York, brings glowing accounts of the success of "The Chocolate Soldier" and "The Spring Maid," the two pieces ...

    Article : 823 words
  8. SYDNEY HOSPITAL EXTENSION.

    Sir,--As suggestions for remodelling the city in the neighborhood of Macquarie-street, with its buildings, including Government House, are coming thick and fast, perhaps you will permit me in your columns to put ...

    Article : 1,534 words
  9. A "SHARE IN THE BUSINESS."

    Harry Cohen, who was last week committed for trial on a charge of conspiracy, was before the Water Court, yesterday, charged with having stolen £30 froms Nathaniel Dudley Johnston, by means of a trick. ...

    Article : 139 words
  10. CHEAP VEGETABLES.

    Sir,--Whilst the Lord Mayor is interesting himself so much in the matter of cheap fruit for the public, may I also suggest that the matter of cheap vegetables should engage his more serious attention. Why should we not ...

    Article : 191 words
  11. WEDDINGS.

    MORT--PARKER.--A quiet wedding was celebrated at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane, on June 7, when John L., only son of the late Mr. Laidley Mort and Mrs. Mort, of Sydney, was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,039 words
  12. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,--There is a great deal of discussion going on just now about getting more hospital accommodation. I would like to point out how increased accommodation can be obtained almost at once. By granting an ...

    Article : 163 words
  13. THE POLICEMAN'S SUNDAY.

    Sir,--Will you kindly permit me to draw attention to the refusal of Parliament to grant the police their Sundays off like any other Christian men. One would think that there officers had no need of a day of respite ...

    Article : 209 words
  14. HOUSING AND TOWN PLANNING.

    A meeting of the special committee appointed by the Local Government Association to consider the question of the control of buildings and subdivisions was held at the association's ...

    Article : 482 words
  15. FORESHORE SCHEMES.

    Sir,--In reading in your issue of the [?] of [?] resumption and reclamation of the foreshores proposed by the Minister for Lands (Mr. Nielsen), I wish to offer a suggestion as a regards one particular spot, though ...

    Article : 373 words
  16. WHO LEADS THE LABOR PARTY?

    Sir,--Your correspondent, Jas. Watson, who, of course, must not be confused with the well-known Labor leader, appears to be a Labor supporter of the type known as "shandygaff." While professing loyal adhesion to the ...

    Article : 292 words
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