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  2. Eight-hour Day.

    On Monday last the anniver[?] of [?] lishment of the eight-hour system was celebrated in Sydney. The labor procession was made up in the following order: ...

    Article : 1,019 words
  3. Latest Mining News.

    The latest wire from the Nambucca, on the North Coast, is that further discoveries of antimony lodes have boen made on the site of the recently announced finds. The owners of the ...

    Article : 114 words

    Our Bathurst correspondent writes under date October 6: The Eight-hour Demonstration this year was, taking all things into consideration, a decided success. For the last three months the ...

    Article : 230 words
  5. Miscellaneous.

    Nundle.—Our correspondent, writing on October 5, says: Messrs. Blair and Mitchell report, on behalf of the Marquis of Lorne Association, that they have driven their tunnel 70 ...

    Article : 1,078 words
  6. Our Defences.

    Goulburn.—An agitation is now on foot to secure the headquarters of the various southern rifle associations for Goulburn, instead of it being stationed, as it now is, at Moss Vale. It has been ...

    Article : 727 words
  7. John L. Sullivan Goes.

    The R.M.S. Alameda left on Monday at 4 o'clock for San Francisco, via the usual ports of call, with a full complement of passengers. Among the passengers are several well-known ...

    Article : 272 words
  8. Death of Miss Parkes.

    The obsequies of the late Miss Maria Parkes, sister of Sir Henry Parkes, took place at the Faulconbridge Cemetery on Monday, and were conducted in a very unostentations manner. As the ...

    Article : 180 words
  9. The Women's College.

    The ordinary monthly meeting of the ladies' committee of the Women's College Fund was held at the Town Hall on October 2. The following members were present: Lady Manning, ...

    Article : 210 words
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