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    LONDON, Tuesday.—The English newspapers commond Victoria's excellent display at the Grocers' Exhibition, Islington. The balance-sheet of Robert Reld and ...

    Article : 931 words

    Eithel Turner, 'our authoress, is responsible for what should prove a successful feature of the Sydney Girls' Reaim Guild—The Letter Budget System. By this innovation ...

    Article : 211 words
  4. United States Presidency.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. W. R. Hearst has accused both the Republican and the Democratic parties of being the servile tools of the criminal trusts. The revelations ...

    Article : 106 words
  5. Exports from the North Coast.

    The following are the exports of the No[?] Coast for July. The dislocation of the shipping trade owing to the strike is responsible for the delay in publication. The ...

    Article : 964 words
  6. Christian Work for Darkest Sydney.

    The Sydney Ragged Schools achieve, in an unobtrusive way. sterling. Christian work in "darkest Sydney." One has to go into the bye-ways and see personally the real ...

    Article : 158 words
  7. Telephone Exchange Destroyed.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The destruction of the Paris (France)' Telephone Exchange has occasioned enormous inconvenience to the city su[?] and to all the people of ...

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    On Thursday afternoon Mrs. A. J. Pollack entertained a large number of guests at a delightful [?] tea at her residence, Wharf-st., South Grafton. The afternoon ...

    Article : 1,105 words
  9. Careers for Women.

    At a recent meeting held by the Guild, the m[?]bers discussed a most comprehensive progra[?] of occupations and callings for Women. The lady with the co[?] of her ...

    Article : 239 words

    The following applications were lodged at the tirufton Lands Office for the week ending Wednesday last:- Thomas Shannon, sen., Sherwood, c.p. of ...

    Article : 1,528 words
  11. Land Sale at Dorrigo.

    A sale of Crown lands was held at North Dorrigo on Friday. The blocks are situate about four miles from the Dorrigo township, at Little Plain. Bidding throughout ...

    Article : 351 words

    Mr. Arthur Charlton, railway station-master at East Maitland, died suddenly at his residence on Monday. Mr. Charlton was in delicate health for some time, and ...

    Article : 793 words
  13. The Anti-Suffragist League.

    Talking of matters political, and this will have special interest to wou[?] Lady Jersey is heading a campaign in England againse the Suffrageste movement. ...

    Article : 232 words
  14. Land Sale at Coff's Harbour.

    Mr. P. J. MacNumara held a successful sale on Saturday of Roberts third su[?] There was a large attendance, and the bidding was brisk. Vaines practically to[?] ...

    Article : 223 words
  15. Wedding Presents.

    Looking over the gifts at a fushionable wedding the other day, J was struck with the sameness of the presents. Cases and cases of afternoon tea forks, jam spoons, ...

    Article : 192 words
  16. Deaths.

    Mr. John T. Chaseling of Southampton, died on Tuesday at the age of 66. Deceased was a native of the Hunter district, but came to the Clarence many years ...

    Article : 561 words
  17. Sir Joseph Carruthers.

    Sir Joseph and Lady Carruthers again in Sydney—quite glad to back. "No place like home," said Sir Joseph at the Athol Gardens reception. Such a smart little ...

    Article : 219 words
  18. Peace and Arbitration.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—An Angle-German workers' pence arbitration demonstration was held in [?] yesterday. Mr. F. Maddison, Labour M.P. for Barnley; Mr. ...

    Article : 190 words
  19. Ada Crossley Concert Company.

    All Australia looking forward to a musical treat. The Ada Crossley Company in our midst. This one, a company of stars; all is the first flight of their profession. ...

    Article : 140 words
  20. Removing the Tick Fence.

    Intense indignation is being expressed at Bill[?] Burringhar, and Crabbe's Creek at a proposal to [?] the present tick fence along the range from Bob's ...

    Article : 270 words
  21. The Duty of Motherhood.

    Again Dr. Mackellar, the bables champion. has been [?] up his voice on their behalf—been telling their stupid mothers a host of facts that they should already ...

    Article : 217 words
  22. Newcastle Election.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The decision of members of the United Irish League and also the pri[?] to vote for the Unionists has greatly improved Mr. G. ...

    Article : 135 words
  23. "The Village Vagabond."

    There was a crowded a ft attendance at the Gaiety Theatre on Wednesday evening, when the second production of the Ulmarra Players' Club, enti[?] "The Village ...

    Article : 481 words



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