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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

^ROESSIONAL NOTICES, Etc. MR NEVILLE W. MONTAGU, . Solicitor, has removed his oiflceB to 22 OASTLEREAGH-STttEET (?'pposite the Citizens' Life Assurance Lo- Ltd- ? Tel. 3627. UPON ALL CLASSES/ 4 OF SECURITY. /jlfS Lowest Interest, X Qr f Easy Terms. y^^ ^Bills Teleplioney^Oy/^8COuntcd 225 y^^/N.S.W. Mont da yO^/PteD.&l. Go. Ld. -$?/°\h Oastlereagh-st. 74 /fiUSTACB BBNNKTT, Mana*«r The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. STRONGEST IN THE WORLD. Financial Position, ist January, 1900: — Assurance in Force . £219,670,088 Assets . . 58,373,185 Surplus . . 12,711,975 Surplus is the best Test of Strength and Guarantee of future Bonuses. The Business of the Society is conducted on the Mutual Plan, all Surplus belongs to the Policy-holders. LOCAL DIRECTORS, With Power to Issue Policies and Pay Claims : William McMillan, Esq., Chairman. Hon.Chas. K. Mackellar, M.B..M.L.C. F. Norton Manning, Esq., M.D. C. CARLISLE TAYLOR, General Manager S. W. D'ARCY IRVINE, Manager f...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

? W THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. ^W I O Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament, Canada. Repistered as a Company having secured assets in Victoria. *^ TH?an?da; She U^J^^ lai^frSti^^f, ffi^AutfrS'1 f''0IU '* ' * ^^ °f Bge* ™ eqUa'y digib'e ** roeRlbar8- II ' ''' aCtiVG °rCRUlth lhrott«hout %J P PREMIUMS ON A POLICY OF £100: For Further Particulars apply to Dr. ORONHYATEKHA, S.C.R., (?- r Mo'™ ?» JV ::: 1% z % z ffi ::: th Z In or W. G. STOTT, D.S.C.R., 283 George St., SYDNEY. ?'

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kensington. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

Kensington. The above meeting duly came off on Wednesday, there being a large attendance of spectators. Favorites like Indabba, Gladys, Scotch Pebble, Lady Correze, Marionette, and Manildra did not run up to the expectations of their friends, but the winners Federation II., Dolly, and Tib were well-backed for the Fifteen Hands, Fourteen-one and Trial Stakee. Thirzft and Blno Blnnrl. whn unnrn priated the Fourteen Hands and Fourteen-two, started at 7 to I and 5 to 1 each, My Bird having many friends for the Kensington Handicap at 4 to 1. The books must, therefore, have lost during the afternoon. Results : — Fifteen Hands : Federation II, 9at. 81b. (J. Fanning), 1 ; Redwings, 2 ; Wait-a-While, 8. Fourteen one : Dolly, 8st. 51b. (J. Clifton), I ; Sweetheart, 2 ; Gladys, 3. Trial Stakes ; Tib, 7st. 12lb. (Evat.s), 1 ; Scotch Pebble, 2 ; Molly Riley, 3. Fourteen Hands ; Thirza, 7st. 81b. (Harkness), 1 ; Lady Correze, 2 ; Cocos, 3. Fourteen-two : Blue Blood, 8st. 81b. (F. Williams), 1 ; M...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

Mr Henry WiUis addressed a meeting at Mudgee on Friday, and was well received At the conclu sion of his address the local branch of the Freetrade and Liberal Asso ciation met, and on the motion of Mr. Robert Jones, ex-M.L.A., seconded by Mr. D. B. Acton, it was decided to recommend Mr. Willis to the central association as a suitable candidate to contest Robertson in the freetrado interest. The red-hot Protectionist organ, The Outpost (Melbourne), says that ' the unspeakable clap trap, bigoted nonsense, spoken by not a few Pro tectionists sometimes makes you wish to flatly coutradict men on your own side.' Which is what may be called ' rough on rats.' Perfectly true, none the less. Nothing is more deplorable than the shallow optimism that pictures this world as sailing over summer seas to b'essed isles if only men wonld believe it to be so. Our true progress does not come in that way. It is rather a sleadfasfc and couragoo-s beating up against tem pesiuous winds and rugged seas, now ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

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Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rosebery Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

Rosebery Park. There was another large attendance at the above meeting on Tuesday last, and the stewards, keeping a very vigilant eye on the ? suspects,' there was very little stiff running. J. Lawler and J. Tomlinson, theowners of the ponies Tecoma and Mona II. were cautioned for their suspicious running in the first heat of the Rose bery Handicap. Backers of favorites had a very rough time of it as Molly Riley, 5 to 4 on, After Dark, 3 to 1 on, and Grundy, an even money chance, were badly beaten in the Trial Wel ter, Fourteen Hands and Fourteen two Handicaps. Result* : Trial Welter Handicap : Wood lands, 8st. 111b. (Allen) 1 ; Secret, 2 ; Picture, 8. Fourteen-one : Bes sie M., 8st. (Parkes) 1 ; Vie, '2. Four teen-hands : Melisse, 7st. 21b. (Scanlon) 1 ; After Dark, 2 ; Willie, 3. Fourteen-two : Blue Blood, 8st. 31b. (Cashman) 1 ; Lee Weller, 2 ; Truthful, 3. Rosebery Handicap : First heat : Freedom, 8st. (Murphy) 1 ; Vernal, 2 ; Venus, 3 ; second heat : Redwing, 7st. 9lb. (Firth) ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Democratic Progress in Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

Democratic Progress in Great Britain. When her late Majesty Qaeen Victoria ascended the throne, in the United Kingdom, there were less than a million electors out of a population or more than 25 millions ; that is, only 14 in every 100 adult males were possessed of the franchise. In J846, 14 years after the enactment ot the first Reform Bill, the elector ate of Britain \ra?, ia all, but a few thousands over a million. However, the proportion of electors to adult males had crept up, from 14 in the 100 to 16 in the 100. In 1867 came the second and really momentous Reform Bill, the celebrated ' leap in the dark' of the Derby- Disraeli c ibinet, which initiated the principle which has since governed our represen tative system, that of giving all, or practically all, householders a vote. At the time the idea of giving another million or so the franchise impressed many good people as being nothing short of midsummer madness. Nevertheless, in four years from the second Reform Bill a little...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Cock and Bull Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

A Cock and Bull Story. | He slipped in, legs first, by the I back' room window, at half-past I one o'clock in the morning. I re \ member the time exa^ tly, because ( I had promised Lena not to sit up \ later than two, so, as I had an X article that I was bound to finish, , 1 had propped my watch against i the lamp, and had been working I against time for. three hours. At \ 1.30 I had my. final sentence to i write with half-an-hour in hand, I so I left off for a moment and j poured out a drink. Byjove, how : hot it was ; the ice had melted hours ago, and the water in the jug was nearly lukewarm. It was very close outside and still, for : e.ven the medical students, who lodge round the corner, had left off shouting choruses for the last half-hour, and there was not a cat or dog left in the , neighborhood with energy enough, to keep up the concert. I remember, as I drank the lukewarm whisky and water, being, impressed by the stillness of the night. Just then,- as I put down my glass, m...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

UNIONJ.INE. SUMMER EXCURSIONS. NEW ZEALAND (The WONDERLAND of the SOUTH. ( Beautiful Scenery! Bracing Climate ! I During the Summer Months, the mag nificent Steamers of the UNION LINE will leave Sydney weekly (Saturdays) via Wellington, and fortnightly (Wednesdays) via Auckland for the various ports of call in New Zealand. A few days can be spent at each point of interest, and their attractions leisurely enjoyed. The bracing atmosphere and mild tem peratures of the South, together with the beautiful scenery, guarantee health and recuperation as well as pleasure after a fatiguing Australian Summer. TASMANIA. Those who have not time at their disposal to visit New Zealand, can still make A DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION to the charming pleasure resorts of Tas mania. The favourite steamer 'OONAH' will leave Sydney every Saturday for Hobart, and the well-known s.s. 'WAKATIPU' will make regular trips to Launceston during the Summer Season. For pamphlets, fares, and other par ticulars, apply, UNION ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT TOWN AND ELSEWHERE. A perfect judge will read each work of wit With the same spirit that author writ. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

ABOUT TOWN AND ELSEWHERE. A perfect judge will read each work of M'it With the same spirit that its author writ. Some years back, when in Paris, I was present at the proceedings of a petty police court when a man was charged with ' pretend ing to foretell the future.' In France the procedure both in the minor and upper courts is some what different to that existent under British law. The presiding magistrate or judge acts almost as prosecutor, and from the com mencement of the case appears to assume the guilt of the accused ; questioning the latter generally in an almost brutal manner, with apparently the sole idea of con victing him out of his own mouth. On the occasion in question the magistrate finished up his examina tion somewhat as follows : c So my fine fellow you commune with spirits and can foretell the future1?' ' Yes, M'sieur.' ' Ha, ha ! Are you clever enough to tell the court what I am going to do with you now V ' Certainly, Monsieur. That is very easy.1 'Is it 1 What a...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

IIbUiHb i I Gull 1 UUU Ub iuu Ulfiij LLUi darling harbour, SYDNEY* The PIONEER ENTERPRISE of Australia in supplying Fresh Food to the»People. The PIONEER ENTERPRISE for the Pasteurisation of Milk supplied in thousands of gallons daily to Sydney and Suburbs. The PIONEER COMPANY for supplying to the New South Wales People, Fresh Fish and Game from our own and every other clime. The Fresh Food & Ice Gompani] Founded the Enport Frozen leaf Trade, which has earned millions for Australia, and have to-dai; the largest Refrigerating Works in Australia. Every day, by means of its vast organisation, at its celebrated place of chilling, the Company. brings the . healthful, rich pastures of our dairy districts to the doors of every house in Sydney, enormously improving the food supply, and consequently the health of all Sydney. The Company as readily supplies every railway township, and every centre otherwise easily reachable with . fresh food of all kinds. Creamery Butter, Cream, Milk,...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

COUNTRY OPINION. Lin quoting from the Country Press we do bo solely that the opinions ex pressed may be fairly considered, not merely locally, but by the colony gene rally, and not because we necessarily agree with the articles quoted. — Ed. N.] Elections Matters — The Federal candidates are now opening up their campaigns, and the fight promises to be a pretty severe one. The Federal Premier and Mr. Reid are the two chief contestants, and the fiscal bogie is to be the chief item in the fighting programme. We have already given our opinion on that ground, and based our policy on what we have termed ' common sense,' i.e , what will benefit the Common wealth as a whole. We have been too long deluded on these matters, and we are pleased to note that B. R. Wise has learned experience, and has announced that he is an Aus tralian first, and a freetrader second. By-and-by he and others will see as we have seen for years past, the gross ignorance prevalent on social matters. The environment ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Exporting Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

Exporting Wheat. (By A.G.U ) A German vessel is about to leave the port of Sydney with 5,500 tons of wheat, a record cargo of that pro duct to date. Australia is now pro ducing so much wheat that there is a large surplus for export. Naturally the farmer wants as much as he can get for his wheat. He finds the local market overstocked, and his only chance is to sell to other countries. In order to illustrate an important truth, let me ask the reader to think of himself aa the owner of that wheat. It is carried to the continent and sold. Certain citizens of another country are the purchasers. Now which will you do ? Take your money in gold, or in German goods ? If you say gold, and request it to be forwarded to you, you will have commission, freight, and insurance to pay before you get it. If you take goods instead of gold, you are a-le to sell those goods at a profit when they arrive in Australia. To my mind there is no doubt as to which form of payment will be the most profitable. No...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURELY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

PURELY BUSINESS. The latest scientific discovery for the cure of Rheumatism and kindred diseases is Salicydene. It removes Uric Acid from the system, and restores health quicker than any other known remedy. Obtainable from all ChemiBts. Whole sale from F. H. Faulding & Co., 16 O'Connell-street, Sydney. Messrs. Padman and -Liddicoat, of Snmmer Hill, are an enterprising firm of drapers and mercers. They have ju3t opened up splendid new premises with a stock worthy of a large cUy house, and evidently intend to merit a big share of local support ; and as merit always deserves, so we doubt not, in this instance at any rate, it will secure - success. Advertising is to the merchant what ploughing and sowing is to the farmer. Imagine a farmer trying to raise a crop by sitting on the fence as he looks over a ten-acre field wishing that a nice crop of wheat or corn would spriug up in it. Ridiculous, isn't it ? But not any more so than the merchant who hides a stock of goods away in a ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

'A wise merchant sends out samples of his goods.' If you re ceive this copy of 'The News letter ' as a sample, remember — the paper improves every -week. In less than four months its cir culation increased tenfold, and Is now unapproached by any other Penny Paper of its kind published in the Colonies. It is the largest Penny Weekly Paper in Austra lasia ; it is also larger than most of the Threepenny Papers, and con tains more original matter than many Papers issued at Sixpence. It is THE Australian Paper for Australian People— and it fears no rival I You may not receive another free copy ; therefore, show this one to your Bookseller, order future numbers from him, or fill up the subscription form, and send it on at once to the Publisher off 'The Newsletter,' Sydney.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

No GOOD THING should be Hid from the Sick and Suffering. Webber's VITADATIO IS THE BEST REMEDY. Dawes' Point, 1 Qeorge-st., February 13, 1900. Mr. PALMER.— Dear Sir,— It is nearly three years ago since I had the first symptoms of a trouble which has since caused me terrible agony and inconvenience. On consulting a doctor, he told me that I had a diseased toe, caused by blood poisoning I went into a Sydney hospital, and there underwent an operation. The doctor removed part of my toenail, and told me that he thought I could never be really well aB far as the foot was concerned, but that he had done all that could be done in the meantime. For a time the foot waB better, but this improvement was only a temporary one. After about three months the sore broke out again, and was worse than ever it had been. I could not get about, and did not have a boot on for more than three years. At one time the lump was as large as an egg-cup. Finding that the doctor's treatmeut had failed to cure me, I...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

I The Primest of _all_ Mineral Waters. ;|ZETZ - SF.A. f ?;? . jtht No '** STREAM XH^^^X'1 T- , ofhlalthVW^ Rheumatism. f. ^ete»@|J»fli tlio HSest, Table Water. CORNWELL'S NEW STOUT. FIRST PRIZE CHICAGO 1893. Equal to Best English. At Half the Cost. Once tried, always used. j BEULAH BRICK WOHXS i:. ' ? . . ABSO POTTEBY ? ? ? ? ERSKINEVILLf, NEAR SYDNEY BAKE WELL BROS Hlanufoc^iBrers off— —««»*». BRICKS, SANITARY WAKE (all descrip tions), TILES (decorative aad other 'kinds) MAJOLICA WARE, EARTHENWARE. POTFEEIY IS ILL BIUVCIIES Estimates given. Send for illus trated Oafalogu -. Addbehb : BAKEWELL BROS., BEULAH BEICK AND POTTERY WORKS BRSKINEVILLK (near Sydn.jy). 'MY COLONIAL.' ALE ai)d STOUT. KENT BREWERY, t. j. mm & go. Established 1841. Engineers, Gasfitters, Plumbers, &c, BATHORST ST., SYDNEY Pumps of all Descriptions. PLUMBEES' AND GASFITTERS' REQUISITES. 99- The Recognised Centre for N.S;W. in FIRE ENGINES, Steam and Hand Power, HOSE, and General Fire Brigade Appar...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

1VT - 'A HlPfjPllVT A ¥ FIRE AND MARINE RISKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ACCEPTED AT LOWEST RATES. J ?*? ^ -*? J^ A J31 \«# JL ^ Jj 1L 1 ^ Fully-subscribed Capital ° - £a,ooo,ooo. ^ -'^ : ' ' ?BillfflffipMM^ ? 1 ? ' ? in ^^ Invested Funds ------ £309,331. ^T ;;^ ^^ Fire and Marine Insurance ~F; :'????? . . ' PROMPT SFTTFFMFNTS The NATIONAL is the second fKUMFl bbllLbMbNTS. /^ ?# 1VT 'Z wealthiest Colonial Company UNDOUBTED SECURITY. wOllipanV Oi II m ij 11 ' ? ??—Hi and is in a position to under ? take every description of Fh» and Marine business on tfca W. A. QIBB, Manager, 14 Spring St., Sydney. most favourable terms. p^^* S@c tBic R^cofcI cif Gold SVS^cSai Ppsz^bsu '^^^ D R W A o Ci M ? S ^ ^^' ^^ ^ ^fsr ? :-ii Obtainable Everywhere. .* ' PT' TH.Y A. PACKET. 'TW . f| LJ W lH* K^J^i JLji JL ???mi ? 1 inuMi I .iiiim . ?? . . :... _.,-. ??? -. .. ^-^M . ? . ?-.-.. ?- ,: ? ? ? ' ?- ??????,?? ---; ? ' - ? .. .? ? ^ ? ? . ???? }.-.,: .v:..:-//--^?^Jfl^| , ?..'-??... ;:: ....? - .' , ' ;;;/ ....

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITHIN THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

WITHIN THE RING. Bishop Stretch, Dean of New castle, has entered the political arena, and delivered the other night at the Barton banquet, a speech decisively protectionist. He showed himself a pronounced Bartonite, and rightly enough, as far as he referred to Mr. Reid, indicated his dislike of wobbling in a leader. On the fiscal issue the Bishop proved himself no pilot, and the fear is that he reads his pulpit compeers no better. For instance, he said a customs tariff was a necessity, as the alternative was a lanH ta.x . nnrl nr- nns wnnlrl flare to tax the drought-stricken areas of the west. His reverence was not struck with the idea that a land tax was a tax on values only, and that consequently the drought areas would go free, while the city lands which knew no drought, but rather a Nile-like deluge of Governmental expenditures, would have to pay instead. Again, as to the drought-stricken west, the Bishop, it appears, would rather tax the food and raiment of the poor to the exte...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Newsletter. A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General Newspaper for the People. NEITHER BY FEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, BUT BY TRUTH ALONE. Protectionist Fables. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 9 March 1901

THP newsletter* A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General Rciuspapcr for tbc People. NKIT1IKR UY FEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, HUT BY TRUTH ALONE. Protectionist Fables. Speaking at Collingwood in De cember. i8o6, iust after his return from England, Mr. W. A. Trenwith, then Victorian Labor M.P. but now a member of the cabinet, said: 'A manufacturer of brass goods in Birmingham, employing 300 hands, told him proudly that his em ployees could earn from 7s. to 12s. a week if they liked to work.' Thereupon Mr. W. J. Davis, secretary to the National Society of Amalgamated Brass Workers, was written to at Birmingham, and he replied that he claims to know what he talks about as a native of the city, the general secretary to 12,000 brassworkers, and the secretary to six wages boards of employers and work men — coming thereby in direct contact with the 1000 brass firms of Birmingham. His reply to Mr. Trenwith is that the M.P. has misled the workmen of Collingwood either purposely or...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
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