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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

PA OMAN & LI0DIC0M, Lackey St., SUMMER HILL, GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPERS. - ;.nkets, Flannels, Jackets, i'/lillisiei-y for the Season. : . S; Ash Ik 1 1.!.

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 — 30 March 1901

Kensington. There was a fair attendance of spectators and some excellent racing at Kensington on Wednesday last. The handicapper had pretty well dis guised the winners, as only one first favourite (Optimist in the Fourteen two Handicap) got home during the afternoon. Federation II., Adelaide Ascot, Nada, the respective winners of the Fifteen Hands, Fourteen-one, and Novice Handicaps started at the odds of 6 and 5 .to I each, so that a tow outsiders finished in front. The trainer and rider of Kitty in the Fourteen-one Handicap was cau tioned. Results :— Fifteen Hands — Federation. II,, Oat. lOlbs (J. Fanning.) I; Hilda; 2 ; Cora II , 3. Fourteen-one — Ade- laide Ascot, 7st. (C. Murphy) 1 ; Tricky, 2 ; Myall, 3. Novice Han dicap— Nada, 7sr. 71k (Adams) 1 ; Mo'Iy Riley, 2 ; Coral, 3. Fourteen Hands— Firelight, 7st. 12£lb. (Evans) 1 ; Cocos, 2 ; Thirza, 3. Fourteen two — Optimist, 8st. lib. (Evans) 1 ; My alba, 2 ; Pride, 3. Kensington Handicap — Manildra, 7st. 21b. (Mur phy) 1 ; Miss 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 — 30 March 1901

® No other Pianos ® ^ EVER ^G* Q® MADE COMBINE $& 3& SO FULLY £& ® The Desirable Qualities §& $& CHARACTERISTIC £§ ®w FEATURES FOUND 5£ ONLY IN ® § Paling's Pianos. || £jA Send for Catalogues post free. rffii H W. H. Paling & Co., Ltd., ® \ g& SYDNEY. ^

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Citizens' Life Assurance Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

The Citizens' Life Assur ance Company. The annual report of the Citizen'e Life Assurance Society, a document looked for with particular interest, not alone by the insurance world but by the public generally, has just been issued, and we have a record once more of continuous solid progress on the part of one of our most notable Australian institutions. The meeting (fifteenth annual] was held at the new offices, Martin Place, ou the 21st hist. The Hon. John Pee, Colonial Secretary, presided, and there wos a large attendance of prorninent share holders, among those present being the following :— Mr. John J. Garvan, F S 8. (managing director), Dr J. J Poworf Mr. F. B. Freehill, Af.A. (Consul for Spain), Mr. F. Coffee (directors) ; Messrs. Arthur M. Eedy (general secretary), John Farrell, F. J. Donovan (secretary Real Estate Department), W. J. Bloom field, B A., L L.B., Dr. Ludlow, J. A. Docking, J. Rae, W. M. Laffan, and FT. Hawkins. The Hon. John See delivered an inter esting address, ...

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 — 30 March 1901

THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC are invited lo uutkc application io . . . BURNS, PHILP & CO., Ltd., For Information, Passage Hates, Etc., to all parts of the World, including Round the- World Pleasure and Express Tours. To all Ports in the Australian ] Continent, Western Australia \ and Fiji J The Pacific Islands, Norfolk ) Island, Lord Howe Island, I New Hebrides, Santa Cruz j New Guinea, New Britain, Solomon ) r Islands j' Japan, via Queensland Ports, ) Manilla and Hong Kong j London, via Queensl'd Ports, Java, ) Colombo, Aden & Suez Canal j Java, Singapore, Manilla, and all Indian Ports Calcutta and all Indian Ports I Canada, Honolulu, all parts of United States, England, and - Continent of Europe Round the World Tourg to England via Canada and United States, 1 returning via Suez Canal or f South Africa, or vice versa To England via China, Japan, Canada, and United States, \ returning as above, or vice versa / To England via Manilla, Hong Kong, Singapore, Colombo, Calcutta ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

A Narrow Escape. ' It was the narrowest escape ever I had,' said my friend, a young man who prided himself on his oratorical abilities. ' Escape from what ?' I asked. ♦ From an utter breakdown. Last night I was addressing the patriotic meeting in the ? Hall, and was moving along smoothly with my sneech on ' the splendid patriotism oF our brave boys at the front, and the whole-souled and disinterested action of Great Britain in spending millions of money for the sole pur pose of civilizing and Christianising the uncouth Boer. I had delivered about one-third of my discourse .when I allowed my mind to wander several sentences ahead of the point where I was. Then, when I at tempted to return to the sentence in hand, I found I had lost the con nection. I couldn't recall what I han been talking about.' ' Wha'. did you do?1 ' When I saw that my speech was utterly gone from me a flash of in spiration came to my aid. I paused for several seconds, then raised my hand, pointed my finger at the...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poker Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

Poke:' Extraordinary. 'Poker!' cried Colonel Whip saw; ' Yep ! you may gas about it, I won't s;iy but what the boys may 'casionally ante-up and buck the tiger, but 'taint the poker that was played when 1 was a s.juwaker — no, sir, not by a jugful. I cayn't see no points about it. Gimme excitement — I need it in ?my business! ' He abstractedly diained a mint julep belonging to the next man, and clearing his throat, continued : — ' I've played, some, in my time, and seen con-sider'ble of vic cisitudes. Played in Sacremento when every man in the crowd had his gun in his belt, and a bowie stuck handy in the ' table — 'front of him. That warn't the place for monkeying, bet yer life ! I've raked in a Jacker or two in China town, 'Frisco, where the motto was — ' Cheat if you like, but don't get copped''; and cor-rect, too! for I once seen a sport's hand nailed to a table there. I've took a hand in N'York city, where a straight flush is reckoned boss hand ; and I've likewise chipped in out ...

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 its author writ. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

ABOUT TOWN AND ELSEWHERE. A tierfecb judge will read each work of wit' With the same spirit that its author writ. Matters in Sydney just now ap pear to be fairly Hvel}r. Five theatres (Her Majesty's, Royal, Palace, Lyceum and Criterion ) a re in full swing, and two variety houses (the Empire and the livoli) are scoring heavily. At the Queen's Hall (which has been greatly im proved and redecorated at an expenditure by the proprietors of over £600, and is now one of the prettiest and most comfortable places of amusement in Sydney) Mr. Gardner must be raking in the shekels as the result of his labors in training nearly 40 of the smartest juveniles I have ever known. I should like to say an appreciative word of the capital staging and performance of Les Cloches de Corneville, but doubtless in his own special column Valentine Tiny will speak for us both. I must, how ever, say one word for the dressing of the youngsters, which struck me as being especially well done — this being the work ...

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 — 30 March 1901

CRITERION ? THEATRE. Lessee & Manager, ALFRED D AMPIER. ALFRED DAMPIER and his Popular Company, EVERY NIGHT. THE BLACK FLAG. LYCEUM THEATRE Sole Lkshkk & irA.VAOFn - Wrt.t.rAM Andkrson THE TWO LITTLE DRUMMER HOYS. EVERY NIGHT. EMPIRL THEATRE LATE . UOYAI. . STANDARD . THEATRE Casllrri'anli.Si!.. next Fire Station. KVKKY KVKNING at 8. Matinee livery Saturday at 2.30. Admission 2/'-, i'», 6d. No Early Doors Children Half-price to all parts, Matinees only. QUEEN'S HALL. GARDNER'S JUVENILE COMIC OPERA, CO (10) ARTI8TKa (40). LES OLOOHKS DE CORNEVILLE. Pkicks— 3s., 2s., 1b. 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

Wby pot be yoOr Owi) Photograph^ ? IT'S EASY. IT'S INTERESTING. IT'S A PLEASURE TO ALL. And . . . Are of Simple Modem Construction, flff^PlI li|?Mll 1 EIe£ant in Appearance, Unexcelled in Quality, and are made in various E^^^SlM f? Sizes» Grades and Sty|es to Suit YOUNG LADS, LADIES, ' ^^^fS^?^ ^ AND GENTLEMEN. VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS, Where every ! -esenpiiun oi' Hand Camera, Stand Camera, Pocket Camera and Kodak, together with every conceivable l'hoto Requisite and Novelty, is open for inspection. The Popdiar PR€A1O P CAMERA at£2IOs is a Bargain. Su. table for Lady or Gentleman. The l'KEMO 1 - CAM EKA is an elegantly finished, strong built, little instrument, suitable for all kinds of Photography — Portraits, Croups, Views and Rapid Snapshots. It is very compact and light, and of the latest mechanical construction, being simple to use and giving excellent results ; is fitted with very good Lens, Revolving Stops, easy Lever Movement, Time and Jnstantaneous Shutter, convenient double Vi...

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 — 30 March 1901

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Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS FOR HAWKESBURY RACES. PARK STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

TIPS FOR HAWKESBURY RACES. Park Stakes. Spuinu Rose... ... 1 Edna Lyall ? 2 Autonomea ... ... 3 Clarendon Handicap. Black Metal ... 1 Ferryman ... ... 2, Pegasus ... ... 8 Nuhsrry Handicap. Firbplay ... ... 1 La Blaize ... ... 2 Equator ... ... 3 Uawkkshuky Han dig a i1. Khaki ? ... 1 Robato ? 2 Little Joe ? 3 Welter Handicap. BONGAHA ... ... 1 Alfonso ... ... 2 Pegasus ... ... 3 The lecturer at a certain ciis- rniato Kraphe show, the films of whscb, by i he- way, are apparently only repro ductions which have ..been 'spoil in the process, announced the other night, that 'for the convenience of parents unable to bring their children in the 'day time, there will be a special matinee on Saturday evening !'

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 — 30 March 1901

IN FRONT AND BEHIND. (By Valentine Day.J Two Little Drummer Boys con- ; tains one or two rather equivocal LL lines in its first act but otherwise is a SI domestic and military drama of much |J§ merit and remarkable for the fact K that there is no shooting in it, al- i though a fife and drum band almost I merits a fusilade, and also because 1 the villain meets his reward in the I fourth and not in the last act. It is I well staged and strongly played under I the management of Mr. William [' Anderson at the Lyceum. Miss I Eugene Duggan plays Margaret I Rivens, the rector's ruined daughter, ij with great force, especially in her I denunciation of the villain, who is 1 cleverly handled by Mr. H. O. Will- 1 lard. Ada Guildford has a part If somewhat out of her vein in Alma I Kingsley but she plays it all right, I May Maxwell makes her first appear- I ance with this company as Molly I Meadows, the soubrette, and plays I her fairly well, though I'd sooner see 1 I Ada Mostyn in the part but...

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 — 30 March 1901

The Pony Meetings. Entries. Nominations for the pony and gallovay meetings of the Kensing ton, Rosebery I'ark, 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 — 30 March 1901

ECHOES OP SPORT. {By Nunquam Dormio.) The final round of the first grade competition comm v or Saturday, and will conclude to , *( Saturday)! Paddington, who has a bye in the last round, have virtually won the premiership, the interest, now being confined to North Sya. ev and Syd ney who are equal with eight points apiece. The last mat -f the 'eason between a country team and one from me metropolis, waa commenced on the Sydney ground, when the Pad dington's met a combined team from the country. The locals went to the wickets first, where they remained all the afternoon, having lost nine wickets for 308 runs when time was up. M. A. Noble scored 161 in his best style, the other contributors being A. Gow 81. A.M. Sweetnam 32, D. Gee 27, W. R. Iredale 19, and Trumper 15. Moore came out with the best bowling average, having taken 4 wickets for 36 runs. In their match against North Syd ney the Sydney team also held the wickets for the afternoon, seven being down for 278 runs, the run-gett...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rosebery Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

Rosebery Park. The above meeting took place as usual on Tuesday last, when there was a fair attendance of people. First favourites, Tecoma, Haydn, and Olive succeeded in getting home first for the Fourteen three, E\nirteen-one, and Fonrteen-two Handicaps, and thus ' the punters ' had a little the best of the wagering Results : — Fourteen -three : Tecoma. 7st 12lb. f Evans) 1 ; Freedom, 2 ; W. A., 8. Fonrteen-one : Haydn, 9st. -, Burns) 1 ; Zaress, 2 ; Sally Man ton, 3. Thirteen-three : Scotch Mixture, 8st. 71b. (Evans) 1 ; Lady Morgan, 2 ; Mirror, 3 Fourteen-two: Olive, 7st. 101b. (Allen) 1 ; Bonnie Lass, 2 ; Expected, 3. Rosebery Park Han dicap : Muscat, 7st (Adams) 1 ; Signora, 2 ; Bill Dean, 8.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forest Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

Forest Lodge. The regular Forest Lodge pony meeting was dnly brought off on Monday in the presence of a large number of spectators. Backers had a very bad time of it, as five fir st favourites were defeated, outsiders, in the majority' of instances, winning the races. Results : — Trial Stakes : Hapador, 7st 61b (Adam*) 1 ; Fairy Queen, 2 ; Leura, 3. Thirteen-three : Gold Dnst, 9st (Allen) 1 ; Scotch Mixture, 2 ; Little Brunette, 8. Fourteen-two : Monte, 7st (Harkness) 1 ; Rosy Morn 2 , Black Pearl, 3. Forest Lodge Han dicap : Au Revoir II., 7st 71b (Gon nell) 1 ; Tib, 2 ; Nightfall, 3. Four teen Hands Hurdle Race : Eiveen, 7st 91b (Connell) 1 ; Verda, 2 ; Guga, 8.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

A Narrow Escape. ' It was the narrowest escape ever I had,' said my friend, a young man who prided himself on his -oratorical abilities. ' Escape from what ?' I asked. ' From an utter breakdown. Last night I was addressing the patriotic meeting in the ? Hall, and was moving along smoothly with my speech on ' the splendid patriotism of our brave boys at the front, and the whole-souled and disinterested action of Great Britain in spending millions of money for the sole pur pose of civilizing and Christianising the uncouth Boer. I had delivered about one-third of ray discourse when I allowed my mind to wander several sentences ahead of the point where I was. Then, when I at tempted to return to the sentence in hand, I found I had lost the con nection. I couldn't recall what I han been talking about.' ' Wha*. did you do?1 ' When I saw that my speech was utterly gone from me a flash of in spiration came to my aid. I paused for several seconds, then raised my hand, pointed my finger at ' ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. O'Sullivan on Protection [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 30 March 1901

Mr.O'Sullivan on Protection (By A.G.H.) Mr. O'SulIivan has been cracking up Protection in the daily press — of course, again quoting the old mis leading sophistry. The Protectionist party is composed of three elements : A few manufacturers and people who hope for work from them ; a much larger number of persons who are so hard of understanding that they cannot realise that thd great staple industries of Australia cannot gain from the adoption of this policy, be cause they are exporting industries ; and, thirdly, by the batch of politi cians who pander to monopoly on the one hand and to economic ignorance on the other. Mr. O'SulIivan says that five years of the Reid policy has been a sad ex perience for the electors. Possibly for the few large land owners who tasted land value taxation for the first time. The toiler is not such a fool as to find fault with reduced cost of living, and more satisfactory wages than in other States. He is not so blind that he cannot see Vic torian unempl...

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 — 6 April 1901

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