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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. War and Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

newsletter. A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General newspaper for tbe People. NKITHER BY FEAR, NOR BY KAVOR, BUT BY TROTH ALONK. War and Protection. The cable reports the inevitable : The war is to be followed by an at tempt to reintro duce .Protection in England. A tax on food is pro posed, and sugar also is to be subject to a duty. The importers anticipate an increased duty on tobacco by heavy bond payments, which is a further indication that the war cost is to be fixed on the million by whatever means possi ble. These proposals will bring the British masses upstanding, and will tell them what the Con servative game of war really is. Simultaneous with this cable news is the message, that Mr. Mallock is coming from Canada to Austra lia officially to urge Imperial free trade, the inauguration of Federa tion being regarded as an oppor tune moment for the proposal. The Newsletter, voicing the Democratic spirit of Australia, laments these developments. Pro tection...

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 — 23 March 1901

READ this. It concerns you. How ard's new premises now open. infl C\f\r\ Instruments. Queen LKJUfUKJU Street, Woollahra. TJO WARD'S Violins, 1600 in stock, w 11 , m 6d weekly- Queen street, Woollahra. Lists free. HOWARD'S Accordeons. from 6d ,_ , weekly. 100 in stock. Queen st., Woollahra. HOWARD'S Iron-framed Pianos, from 5s weekly. Queen-st., Woollahra. Lists free. HOWARD'S Saddles and Harness, 2s 6d week. Lists free. Queen street, Woollahra. HOWARD'S Guns~and~RTfles, 2s 6d weekly. Write for lists. Queen street, Woollahra. HOWARD'S Mandolines, Guitars, Banjos, from 6cl week. Write for lists Woollahra. 3 TONS of 2s pieces~ol MusicTalfaTsd each. Howard & Co., Woollahra. 1 n n r\ n n n s°nss and pieces I ^UUUjUUUat 3J, lists free Howard & Co. , Woollahra. HOWARD'S Magic Lanterns, all pri ces, cash or terms, Woollahra. HOWARD'S Gold and Silver Watches, cash or terms, Queen-st, Wo'llahra. OLD Pianos converted into new at small cost. Howard & Co., Woollahra. HOWA...

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 — 23 March 1901

HypE Park Livery Stobl€S, 173 Elizabeth St. & 148 fi 150 Gastleraagh St., SYDNEY. Drags, Landaus for Weddings. The Char-a-banc — Have a look at it I 1BQ4 T©locsBfl©no 1QSS4 *

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To C. J. ROYLE, ESQ., ROYLE CHAMBERS, BOND-STREET, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

To 0. J. ROYLK, Esq., Roylk CHAM BERS, BOND-STKEET, S^DNEy. Dbar Sir, — We, the undersigned Electors of New South Wales, request that you will allow yourself to be nomi ? nated as a Candidate for a seat in the Senate of United Australia. Knowing your large and varied Commercial ex perience, and your general knowledg. of the interior of New South Wales, we feel certain that you will be able to render us valuable assistance if elected, and we under Cake to do all in our power to secure your return. G. Maiden (Goldsbiough, Mort & Co., Ltd.) Wm. Trotter (Patterson, Laing & Bruce, Ltd.; John Hunter (John Hunter & Son, Ltd.) Jno. M. Purves (Batt, Rodd & Purves, Ltd.) Sir W. P. Manning David Storey (D. .Storey & Co ) Henry S. Badgery (Pitt, Son & JBadgery, Ltd.) Augustus F. Robinson (Hogg, Robinson & Co., Ltd.) A. E. Jaqiies (Stephen, Jaques & Stephen) Henry Hudson (Clyde Engineering Co., Ltd.) Virgoe, Son & Chapman E....

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. AN ADDRESS. TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. AN ADDRESS. TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ?Not being a candidate for your sup port, I may be able to make a more independent appeal to you in connec tion with the coming election. As motley a crew as ever desired to win public favor are professing the utmost anxiety to serve you. Some have prin ciples, others have none. Some are aided by unlimited cash, and others are t jo poor to even try to put their claims fairly before you. It is a new thing ; £4 0 a year is a tidy screw; you have to find it, and, in comnvm justice to the country, you wan: value for your money. I hold, in the first place, that the country wan-s men with sound guid , A ing principles. .Sgh;* r i The.,v^ief issue is the fiscal question. The amount of revenue needed will to a ?j certain extent limit the desires of Free ji1 traders and Protectionists la any case, | it is necessary for you to decide whether 'I yon are going to approve of taxing the I whole of the people in the special iu I te...

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 — 23 March 1901

NQW Punch Cnnrl fti jno finu ltd HARBOUR street, EyBffB riubll rUUU II Bull UUji, LlIIi darling harbour. SYDNEY. The PIONEER ENTERPRISE of Australia in supplying Fresh Food to the People. The PIONEER ENTERPRISE fop 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 Company Founded the Export Frozen Meat Trade, which has earned millions for Australia, and have to-day 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 fr...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] Pearl Grainea. REGISTERED, UNDER TRADE MARKS ACT OF 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

Giiius^ia's ^ earl Grainea. UKGISTERED., UNDER TRADB MARKS aOT OP 1866. Nuturall, on the approach of Summer you make an alteration in your diet, huch alteration varying according to the intelligent discretion of the individual. Some constitutions can ettb anything that is hard, and drink anything that is wet, but it in to the average man and woman in the Australian climate we are offering our kindly advice. Ihe human organism demands that we should diminish the exciting heating action of animal food, coarse oatmeals, etc., during the summer Beason||nnd provide liberally in the daily diet the delicious fresh fruit andCvegetable foods that are available, together with a nutritious easily digested farinaceous food BuchaaGillrspie's 'Pearl Grainea.' Kindly observe that we do not adviaa you to eliminate meat from your diet, aud change to a fruit or vegetable diet exclusively during summer, but we think the living organism will be best main tained in its normal condition of lifo /ind grow...

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 — 23 March 1901

MAKE A NOTE. SAVE YOUR SHILLINGS. -£5 ? J5 PATTINSON & CO., Ltd., CASH CHEMISTS. MONEY SYDNSY * SUBURBS, HE4LTH Submit a few Prices for Comparison— SAVED SAVED Scott's Emulsion . 2 10 . Soott's Clement's Tonic . 1 11 Grlyoerine & Linseed, Barry's Tricopherous 1 1 for Eno's Fruit Salt . 2 0 doughs and Golds, Beecham's Pills . 0 7£ Is., Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. *l ? ? j£ Preserve *-/? HERE MEANS arid your Health w' ELSEWHE«E- Live Long. A TWO-GUINEA PORTRAIT FOR 15 '-. Thk Newsletter has made arrangements with a responsible firm, for whose due performance it accepts liability, whereby any of its readers may obtain, securely packed, A LIFE-LIKE . . . Eplargcd Photograph Mounted on a Superb Plate, with Cut-out Mount, Handsomely Framed in 2-in. English Oak, measuring 2-ft. x I -ft. 8-in., forwarded, reaay for hanging, the FineBt Work overproduced tya at the price, for the low sum of 1 5/- each. The Enlargements are produced from any Photograph — Cabinet, Carte-de-visite, or an...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN FRONT AND BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

IN FRONT AND BEHIND. (By Valentine DayJ Should Empire audiences keep true to the pledges of first night, Messrs. John Fuller and Sons will have no reason to regret their Sydney specu lation. The comDanv has a atrona quartette made up of Katie Lynn, Amy Blackie, John Fuller, r and James Hughes. Miss Lynn : Very nicely and sympathetically sings The Dear Little Shamrock, and Mr. Fuller's Oh, Summer Night is a thing to be remembered. By the way, the orchestra, conducted by Mr. J. H. Brown, is a trifle noisy, and on opening night there was trouble with some items. May Mar low, a smart soubrette (who is remini scent of Florrie Ranger) and George Scott were at cross purposes with the band in the first part. The Thornton Sisters are smart and handsome sou brettes. Will Stevens, who takes the bones on the corner, was the come dian of Bracy's Company at the Opera House in 1889, when he played Onphrie in The Beggar Student. Later he was at the Alhambra. He has grown fatter, but is still funny,...

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 — 23 March 1901

CRITERION THEATRE. Lessee & Manager, ALFRED DAMPIEE. ALFRED DAMPIER and his Popular Company, EVERY NIGHT. SHAMUS O'BRIEN, LYCEUM THEATRE Solk Lessee & Manager - William Andkeson TO-NIGHT, FRIDAY, LAST NIGHT of THE LADDER OF LIFE.' TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, March 23, THE TWO LITTLE DRUMMER BOYS. palace theatre. HAWTREY COMEDY COMPANY. LAST NIGHTS OF THE SEASON. TOM, DICK and HARRY. Preceded at 8 by A HIGHLAND LEGACY. Last Matinee, Thursday, March 28, at 2.30. EMPIRt; THEATRE LATE . ROYAL . STANDARD . THEATRE Castlereagh St., next Fire Station. EVERY EVENING at 8. Matinee Every Saturday at 2.30. Admission 2/-, 1/-, 6d. No Early Doors. Children Half-pricu to all parts, Matinees only.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. EDWARD TERRY FOR THE SENATE. HIS ADDRESS RECAPITULATED. A REMINDER FOR THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

Mr. EDWARD TERRY FOR THE SENATE. HIS ADDRESS RECAPITULATED. A RK MINDER FOR THE ELKOL'oRS. Haviug been announced a Candidate for one of the six seats for New South Wales in the Senate of the Federal Par liament which, under the Oommon wealth of Australia Constitution Act, you will, on the 29th mst., be called upon to elect, I deem it my duty to address you without del iy. I wish to assure you of tho full apprehension I have of the tre mendous responsibilities of the great trust I Beek at your hands, and of my appreciation of tbe sacred aud supremely delicate duties I desire to undertake. Proceeding to a detailed reference to the problems of more immediate con Ji cern, I may allude flrBt to tho question 1 of the Capital. You are aware that the 1 Conference of Premiers, in settling the 1 terms of the Amended Bill, recognised H the natural right of the Mother State to m the Seatof Government— within territory j| containing not less than 100 square a miles, and distant not less th«m 100...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

POLITICAL PARLEY. Mr. Joseph Cook at Riverstone : ' They call him (Mr. Barton) Aus tralia's noblest son. Tell me one thing he has done for Australia in all his life.' (A voice from the crowd : ' He got himself in pawn !') The ballot-papers for the Senate are already being printed. The surnames of the fifty candidates have been arranged in alphabetical order. Six must be voted for, and forty-nix struck out. — Arithmetical puzzle from the Evening Aews. An 'enormous and enthusiastic meeting ' was held the other night by Mr. Quinn, the protectionist candidate for the Darling. This, according to his own report. As a matter of hard dry fact, 15 per sons were present, of whom five voted against a motion in his favor ! A protectionist candidate up Bathurst way last week said that the population of Victoria was 1,323 to the square mile. As the area of Victoria is 87,884 square miles, our sister State, according to the learned candidate, possesses a population of 116,270,532 ! And this is the...

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 — 23 March 1901

QUEEN'S HALL, OPPOSITE CRITERION TFIEA£PuJ] SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH 23, GRAND OPENING NIGHT ! Gardner's Juvenile Comic Opera Go. 4O— ARTISTS— 4O ?' LES CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE,' By PLANfiUKTTE. PRICES-38.,-28., Is. Children Half price.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR FRANK COTTON'S ADDRESS. TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

MR FRANK COTTON'S ADDRESS. TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Gentlemen, The electors of Federated Australia have very Bhortly to decide, not merel^ into whose hands the Federal Government shall be entrusted, but the much more important question, upon what principles the foundations of anew nation shall be hud. Perhaps the first and greatest danger which confronts the Commonwealth is the introduction of what is known as THE MACHINE VOTE. a system wherein the ability of the candidate to contribute handsomely to campaign funds is of far greater importance thau the question of loyalty to, or ability to defend, political principles. Wherever successful the effect of the machine vote system is to des'roy all sense of personal responsibility in the mind of the individual elector, thus lowering the whole moral roue of the community and opening the door for abuses in the direction of the manipulation of public funds to secure party ends. If this syntem is not checked in the early history o...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. The Robertson Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. The Robertson Electorate. The contest for the Robertson elec torate, from which Mr. Haynes, M.L.A., retired, owing to pressure of private and State Parliamentary busmesB, has now resolved itself into a contest between Mr. Henry Willis, the Freetrader, and Mr. J. D. Fitzgerald, the Protectionist. Tkb .Newsletter Deing lrrevouauiy at tached to Democratic principles, and, therefore., to Freetrade. cannot see ho* the F-eetrrtde centres of Wellington, Dubb ?, Mudgee and Rylstone can do anything else but return Mr. Willis, the Freetrader. To our mind, Free trade is inseparably the cause of the masses On the other hand, Mr. Fitz gerald's political life will not stand examination, as he betrayed the workers of West Sydney when he bolted from the Parliamentary Labor party into the arms of George Richard Dibbs, . during the crisis of the great strike in Sydney and throughout New South Wales. The record, black as night, stands against Mr. Fitzgerald that the Democratic elect...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Manifesto of the Democratic League of N.S.W. TO THE DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

Manifesto of the Democratic League of N.S.W. TO THE DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS OF N.S.W. Fkllow Elbotors: — The institution of Federation under the Oommon wealth Bill having brought about a complete change with regard to the political powers of the electors of this State, as a State, concerning many of the most important questions of gov ernment, by the transference of exclusive legislative authority on suih matters to the Federal Parliament, it becomes a duty of great moment on the part of those electors who, recognising the obli gations of citizenship, are wishful that the first Federal Parliament shall repre sent just and enlightened principles of Government to dispassionately consider the programmes of parties and aspirants to Federal honors. With the develop ment of the svstem of self-government the responsibility resting upon the individual elector, not only to think but to act in the interest of the institution of sound principles in government apart from every other consideration b...

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 — 23 March 1901

0-^CS COUNTRy aSENTS ^fej* &*^* Are requested to order ^RflCK A*«OCff- THE NEWSLETTER from ^S%» GORDON & GOTCH, #j|T? — - ? Sydney. -X^- ? ? -— ? , ? ; ? d a urDurv Sqpfton toted Water Go. 539 Elizabeth St. ^GKEnSTT, SYDNEY.— ? ~ . _ . _, , o n _ H. BUTLER Manager. 171 Clarenoe-st., Sydney, rei. no, i6o3.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
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Rosebery Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

Rosebery Park. The above meeting was well patron ised on Tuesday last, but the field being rather small the racing was hardly up to the usual standard. The books must, however, have had the worst of the wagering, as three odds on favorites in Coral Firelight, and Manildra came to grief. P. Haynes, the rider of Mulette in the Fourteen Hands was disqualified for 12 months for foul riding. Results ; Trial Handicap : Molly Riley, 7st. 121b. (Mooney), 1 ; Coral, 2 ; Monte, 8. Fourteen-one ; Solberg, 8st. (Adams), 1 ; Vixen, 2 ; Camilla, 3. Fourteen Hands ; Mulette, 9st. 41b. (Hayes), 1 ; Willie, 2 ; Little Essie, 3. Fifteen Hands : Oarlotta, 7st. 91b. (Hayes), 1 ; Manildra, 2 ; Dis figured, 8.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Pony Meetings. Entries. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

The Pony Meetings. Entries. Nominations for the pony and galloway meetings of the Kensing ton, Rosebery Park, and Forest Lodge Clubs close this afternoon (Friday), with the respective secre taries, at 5 o'clock.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 23 March 1901

ECHOES OF SPORT. {By Nunquam Bormio.) The cricket match between Central Cumberland and North Sydney on the local oval was concluded on Mon day, and resulted in the visitors winning on the first innings by 30 runs. In their first innings the ' Centrals ' scored 179, of which Farquhar contributed 7iJ, and on Monday the locals could only reach 149, the leading contributors being Iredale, 42 ; G. R. C. Clarke, 35 ; Hopkins, 18 ; R. A. Duff, 13 ; W. S. Duff, 12 ; Redgrave (not out), 10. In the second innings of Central Cumberland, Hopkins (seven for 24) was unplayable, and they were all disposed of for 64, Farquhar, 17, and Kennedy (not out), 17, being the only double figure scorers. The local team had thus to face 94 runs, and when time was up had lost four wickets for 53 runs, Redgrave, 18, and Hadden, 7, being at the wickets when the stumps were drawn. Howell put up something like a record on behalf of Central Cumberland, as he bowled Whiddon, Haddon, Ellis and Clarke with four consec...

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