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WITHIN THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

WITHIN THE RING. The State elections campaign may now be said to have actually commenced. The manifesto of the Liberal Party has been issued, and the protectionists (the self styled Progressivists) have replied. The , foimdational difference is that of Black and White. The Liberals are freetraders, the Pro gressivists are protectionists, and there can be no hiding this fact. And here let it be thoroughly well recognised that our State elections must be fought on abso lutely definite party lines, so as to ensure organisation and victory in the great Federal campaigns. The Liberal platform is one that embraces all genuine Democratic proposals, and with a good radical Democratic blend in the new Liberal party there need be no fear of Conservative triumphs in the administration of our State affairs. Mr. Lee, the Liberal leader, has been well received at one or two places, where he has spoken, and has received numerous letters of support. Mr. Haynes opened his cam paign for Wellington wi...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE newsletter. A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General newspaper for the People. NEITHER BY FEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, BUT BY TRUTH ALONE. A Living Wage. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

newsletter* A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General newspaper for tbe People. NEITHER BY FEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, BUT BY TRUTH ALONE. A Living Wage. A wail has reached us all the way from Melbourne. The members of the Federal Legis lature — or at least those of them who hail from the ranks of what is called Labor — do not find the parliamentary honorarium which the Constitution provides, of four hundred pounds per annum, sufficient for their, needs, and they clamor for a living wage. The question will arise in most men's minds at this juncture as to what a living wage really is. Our versatile Minister for Public . Works has fixed the rate for this State at seven shillings a day ; the amount that our patriots find to be insufficient is about twenty-seven shillings. Doubtless, circumstances in this, as in everything else, govern cases, and we must look about us to get some light on the subject. Most people have heard of Andrew Marvel, who repre sented Hull in Charles ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

1 The Cares of Office Federation appears to have made the Ministerial ntraosphere quite light \ and rarefied. A t Dubbo Mr. Crick's manner was airy and vivacious to a degree. He promised all sorts of .financial assistance to settlers, as though money were a mere detail scarcely worth speaking about. But he was candid withal, and explained that the Federal Parliament ' had quite relieved tlm 'State Treasurer of any necessity to obtain revenue. Freetraders, said Mr. Crick, had forced acceptance of the Common wealth Constitution, and a uniform . tariff would provide taxation equal to about two pounds per head of the population. Enough, said the Land Minister, to enable his Cabinet to do justice to the country districts for once, if never before nor ever again. , Well, we rejoice at the country chances, and at Ministers' freedom from anxiety and care in finding ways .and means. But freetraders were not alone to blame for rushing a pre mature and invidious federal consti tution upon a mi...

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 — 25 May 1901

Owl Cut-Rate Drug Co., Consulting & Dispensing Chemists .-*? CT-\ Cut-Rate Price-List Forwarded Free on Application. /^Q^mSS&W^6^ Dh- OLARKSON'S Reinvigorator. We still offer /ps&MWIM'$$M- \ £10) reward for any case we cannot cure. This secret /?WgHfi KfW'tt M $WA remedy stops all drains and losses in 24 hours, restores Iv'lffl ¥ Sww v^S it Ao\ v'£jr« cureB Nervous Debility, Varicocele, Prostatitis, K*™wraS^W5)'m'i^vl K^ney, Bladder, and all other terrible wasting effects 'VhBHIwJBw^M il-v cause(i bv youthful folly and excesses. Sent sealed and w3HBil wlra*'1^' ' y-V'Sv tree from observation t0 any part of the colonies, 7/6 V^^EsrcnPfw^^ ' '$*$/ bottle, ^ bottles for £1 ; guaranteed to cure. Pamphlet \^%p^;^£^;/ ELECTRIC BELTS RE8T0RE THE WEAK. RE ^-JJSL-£^ FRESH THE STRONG, REVIVE THE DEPRESSED ACT LIKE A CHARM. REGULAR PRICE, 1 GUINEA. CUT PRICE, l's PO»T FREE. %* Country persons save your money. Don't squander it on quack nostrums before trying our New Bel...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

So many English people seem t;o be under,' the impression that green is the sole colour for Ireland and everything. Irish, whereas that pretty shade, of light azure known as sky- pi ue is really the Irish colour. Probably because /the disthressful country rejoices in 'the poetical natne of the Emerald Isle, iand because the shamrock (that ?''.dear little plant ' with which St. Patrick u^sed to illustrate his ex planation of. the Trinity) is green, too, and, until these latter and more sensible days, the ' wearin' of the green'* was prohibited, that colour will be indissolubly con nected with Ireland for all time. But it should be remeinbered that the Cross of St. Patrick, one1 of the most beautiful Orders of Great Britain, is enamelled in pale blue, the motto ' Quis Separabit ' being ?. in gold letters on a ground of sky blue enamel, the ribbon of the Order' also being of sky-blue. Each tiny .leaf of the shamrock bears an Imperial Crown in, gold, and the badge is pendant froni an . ...

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 — 25 May 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

READ WHAT = VITADATIO = IS DOING. HYDATTDS AGAIN CONQUERED ByVITADATIO. READ THIS TESTIMONIAL. 168 Point Piper Road, Paddingron. Mr. S. A. PA.LMER, - Sydney. Dear 8ir, — I am pleased to say that I have been cured of Hydatideby Webbei's VITADATIO. I had suffered for year., with a severe pain in my stomach. Not one of the doctors whom I consulted did me any cood. After taking a few bot tles of your VirADATIO the Hydatids began to pass from me, and now I am quite a new man. I am so well known in Sydney that I know my numerous friends will be glad to know of my wonderful cure. I shall be glad to answer any questions about my caBe t « anyone who may iuquire. I have been treated in two of the bust hospitals in Sydney, and it is all the more wonderful to me to know that VITADATIQ has done for me what the best doctors in Sydney have failed to do. Yours faithfully, P. MAG iS US. I certify that the above is a true and cdrrcct statement. — P. Magnus, Jun. For further particulars, S. A. PALMER,...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIFTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

SIFTINGS. More holidays ! Population of London — 6,578,784. Over 3000 J.P's in New Zealand. How many in New South Wales ? About every other man you meet is either a magistrate, a candidate for the State Parliament, an ex-Senate candidate, or a would be old-age nan omn a*« A joke's a joke — all very well in its way, but surely the line otaght to be drawn somewhere. The Maitland Brewery Company send me an account for £2 for liquor supplied to the 1 Australian Social Mothers !' Per haps the Brewery Co. will kindly try elsewhere. I don't possess any ' Australian Social Mothers !' A row at Ballarat over the day, labor question. Managers want all 4 contracts ;' men object. Local press reports that at Broken Hill a glorious return of Is. per shift, and under, comes from some of the contracts. If this is so — and proof is given — what do the men clothe themselves with ? Oa Is. for a shift they surely can't afford to buy shirts. Melbourne press of last two weeks beats the world's record for ...

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 — 25 May 1901

BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. READ this. It concerns you, How ard's new premises now open. i AH f\f\i\ Instruments. Queen 1UU,UUU Street, Woollahra. OWARD^V^iu^s7TG00~in~stock'i „. ,,, from 6d weekly. Queen street, Woollahra, Lists free. HOWARD'S Accordeons. from (id 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. IJOWARD'sTiuns'and Rifles, 2s '(id XJ-/, weekly. Write for lists. Queen treat, Woollahra. HOWARD'S Mandolines, Guitars, Banjos, from (id week. Write for_lists Woollahra. 8 TONS of' 2s pieces of Music, all at 'id each. Howard & Co., Woollahra. 1 n pi n n n ri songs and piece» lyUUU UUU at 31, lists free. Howard & Co., Woollahra. HOWARD'S Magic Lanterns, all prN ces, cash or terms, Woollahra. HOWARD'S Gold and Silve7wutchu^ cash or terms, Queen-st, Wo llahra. /^kLD Pianos converted into new at small \,f co...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
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An Advertising Esculapius. A STUDY IN SYDNEY MEDICAL ETHIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

An Advertising Esculapius. A Study in Sydney Mbdioa:l-Ethio; ' Juniper,' said Jenks, F.R.C.S., to his prospective son-in-law, who had just been presented with his M-.B. degree at Sydney University, ' Juni per, you must advertise !' 1 What ?' gasped Juniper, astounded, scarcely believing the evidence of his hearing. - Wh-what V 'Advertise!' with a brutal brevity, answered his dad-in-law to be. ' But, sir — what of — the Medical Association — ' ' D ? d asses !' ' And the ethic of the profession ?' So the nipper medico went on, still wondering. ? D ? d nonsense ! All tommy rot, humbug, cant. We all adver tise !' ? Sir ! I thought -' ' Don't think, Juniper ! Of course this is not a clinical lecture, and we can drop the professional cant. Don't think — at least too much, Juniper. Now you are at liberty to practice, Let your patients, when you get 'em, do the thinking. They'll think hard enough when they've received your bill.' ? But didn't you make your presi dential address to the Assoc...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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 — 25 May 1901

ABOUT TOWN AND ELSEWHERE. A uerfect judge will read each work of wit With the same spirit that its author writ. Referring to some remarks of mine published a fortnight ago, a correspondent, whose corns I evi dently, though uninten ionally, trod upon, writes, ' What's in a name 1 ' Well, my reply is that a good deal depends on the way the name is used. It occasionally happens that wutjii a, man atiacnes someoony else's name to a cheque or hill of exchange, he is lodged and provided , for at Government expense for a period ranging up to some: years. Nay, Government goes further, and generally finds employment for him — if it's only picking oakum. But I'm off the track ; I was talking about names. I've heard of a hotel in America, with a name so long that, even though printed in small letters, it stretches twice round the house, and then goes off into the bush, where it serves as a guide to persons seeking the hotel ; but the other day, in my own flesh I came across the full name of th...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

A penny-in-the- slot boot-polishing machine is the latest idea to reach London. It ? is a bulky looking pedestal with a bra^s rail in front of it, and a projecting base, a footstool's height* from the ground, having three good-sized foot-holes in it. The machine is connected with an electric light wire. Having dropped the', penny in the slot you steady yourself by the brass rail, put one .foot in the left-hand footwhole, and pull the lever. Revolving brushes, amid which: the foot hap been placed, begin to work, with a sensation as if a million rats were scampering about in the machine. This' jfirst Hole is the mud-removing ;,de^ar,tment,:.; ^s soon as the bbot.ia^^ji'jo.u-',!?1.^ to .the second hole,' ?' 'where, 'another set of revolving brushes applies the blacking, and then to the third Hole, which is the polishing department. Then you repeat the process with the other. foot, unless you are eccentric or one-legged, and proceed either to use your boots to wajk about in or as mirror...

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 — 25 May 1901

LYCEUM THEATRE Ror.K Lkhbkk & Maxvopr - Wru-iAM Andkbsoh To-night, SATURDAY, MAY 25TH. And every evening, William Anderson's greatest of all London Purchases, ' NIGHT BIRDS OF LONDON.' Popular Prices - - 3/-, a/-, and 1/-. THEATRE ROYAL, Brilliant Reception of the Return GRAND OPERA SEASON. An Organisation of Great Artistes. GEORGE MUSGROVE'S GRAND OPERA COMPANY. Producing the Latest and Greatest Operas on a scale of unequalled magnificence. CRITERION THEATRE. Under the Direction of Mr. Charles Hotxowav. EVERY EVENING, at 8, Mr. Charles Holloway and his Powerful Dramatic Company, in the New and Original Drama, THE FRENCH SPY Prices, M-, 2'-, 1/-. Early doors (6d extra) open 6.55, ordinary doors 7.30. Plan at Nicholson's EMPIRE THEATRE (Late Standard, Castlereagh St.) JOHN FULLER'S EMPIRE COMPANY. SATURDAY NEXT and EVERY EVENING. SAM GALE, Descriptive. PHILLIP SISTERS, Dancers FISKO, the Boy Juggler, and Grand Double Company. Prices ? 2/-, 1/- and 6d. QUEEN'S HALL, 305 PITT S...

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 — 25 May 1901

The Pony Meetings. Entries. Nominations for the pony and galloway meetings of the. Kensing- ton, and Roseberv Park Clubs close this afternoon (Friday), with the respective secretaries, 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

Hvpe Park-' Livery Stabus', '- 173 Elizabeth St. & 148 & 150 Castleraagh St., 8VDHEY. ' Drags, Landaus for Weddings. The Char-a-banc: — Have a look at it I

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 — 25 May 1901

ECHOES OF SPORT. {By Nunquam JDorhrio.) Over 5660 people assembled at the University Oval on Saturday to wit ness the football match between the Glebe and Western Suburbs. The latter had somewhat the best of it for the first half, but Glebe, lasting the longest, showed their superiority dur ing the Ja«s twenty minutes. rnanKs to tlie splendid goal-kicking of Joyce, Glebe won by 1 5 points to 3. The Sydney Cricket Ground was occupied by South Sydney and Eas t-rn Suburb?, the first-named playing for a time one man short (14) through Miller having failed to turn up. Chisholm, however, eventually filling the vacancy. It was a keen contest all through, and South Sydney eyentually.won by 9 points to 8. South Sydney well deserved their victory. A very, fair attendance of people assembled at North Sydney in order to witness the match between North Syiiney and Newtown. On the pre vious Saturday Newtown was beaten by 5 points to 3, partly through defective goal-keeping, and on Satur day a sim...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 25 May 1901

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. [Tjik Nkwsi.ktthu will be glad to re ceive from managers and professionals generally, notes ;ih to their movements, and oilier items of interest, either by letter or by newspaper paragraphs — the latter to bo distinctly marked. *ill such coinmunbations must be addressed to Tiik Knrroit, and not to any member of our stall' by name. J Theatre Royal Sydney is again favored witli an Opera peas in, in which the operas nee very passably played at a slight a Ivauce on the ? admission rates charged for drama and opera bur ln.-qnes. This cheap opera is a necessity in Australia if we an* to have t'lis class of amusement at all ; for the absence of a wealthy leisured element in the community prevents the growth of a patronising class of sufficient dimensions ' to permit the staging of first-class grand opera. Many stories of- financial ruin can be spun from the history of grand operas in Australia, where the promoters have trie.i to put on a show too good for the possible ...

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 — 25 May 1901

Kensington. An interesting afternoon's racing took place at Kensington on Wed nesday last in the presence of a large attendance of people. Backers were successful in picking winners, as Bessie M., Molly Riley, La France and Mona II. were the' popular selections for the Fourteen-one, Trial Stakes, Fourteen Hands, and Ken sington Handi aps. The other two winners, Duplex and Dolly, were also well backed, so that the layers had the worst of the figures. An inquiry into the running of Wait-a-While in the Fifteen Hands Welter ended in the explanation being 'accepted. Results :— Fifteen Hands Welter: Duplex, 8st. (Oonnell), 1 ; Triwood, 2 ; The Comet, 3. Fourteen-one: Bessie M., 7st.71b (VdamH) 1 ; Snowball, 2; Sea Shdl, 8. LVi 1 Stakes (15.0): Molly Kil«y,.*8t. 41b. (tiarkness), 1; Albion, i ; Woodlands, 3. Four teen Hands: La France, 1 Oat. 7lb. (A. Williams), 1 ; Selina, 2 ; Speck II 8 Fourteen-two : Dolly, 7st. 51b. (Kramer), 1 ; Paddy, lOst. 71b. f2; Lee Weller, 7sfc. 181b., f2. Kensi...

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 — 25 May 1901

Rosebery Park. The above meeting took place as usual on Tuesday last, when there was a very fair attendance of spectators. Punters had somewhat the worst of the wagering — partly owing to the shortness of the prices — although two first favorites in Indabba (6 to 4 on) and Kallenite (5 to 4 on) came in first for the Pourteen-three and Fourteen-two Handicaps. The people connected with Scotch Mixture and Montpelier were cautioned for their suspicious running in the Thirteen three and Fourteen-two Handicaps. Results : — Fourteen-three : Indabba. lOst. 5lb. (Adams), 1 ;' Spring Hill, 2 ; Zeba, 3. Fourteen-one : Bob, 8st. (Clif ton}, 1 ; Nettle, 2 ; Zaress, 8. Thir teen-three: Kallenite, 7st. 121b. (Bnghes), 1 ; Mirror, 2 ; Little Swan, 3. Fonrteen-two : Lioness, 8st. (Gemmell), I ; Marionette, 2 ; Matilda, 3. Rosebery Park Handi cap : Redwings, 8st. 111b. (Phillips), Truthful, 2 ; Oarlotta, 8.

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