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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 6 July 1901

ITEMS. Play in the first tournament ever arranged to decide the chess championship of New South Wales will start on Monday, the 8th inst., with the following well-known players: — J. K. Christenson, W. P. Friend, G. H. Foster, W. H. Jonas, J. L. Jacobsen, Dr. Lan caster, C. Mackenzie, W. J. Miles, J. A. Pietzcker, E. N. Wallace, and F. J. Wallis. With the ex ception of Messrs. Crane, Hei nann, and B. J. Hill these eleven competitors include the foremost exponents of the game in this State, and the keenest interest in . the contest is manifested all around. The association is to be congratulated both on the manner in which it from the first entered upon the projected tour ney and on the spirit in which local players received the proposal. The first prize (20 guineas) was donated by, Mr. Robt. Smith, the first President of the Association, and an old ex-champion of Aus tralia. Other prizes of 10 guineas, 5 guineas, and 3 guineas respec tively are given by the association. While the Su...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
His Last Ride. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 6 July 1901

His Last Ride. In '()7 Jake Pool was staging the ronte from Gallatin to Helena, in Montana, driving a four-horse coach in summer, and a 'jerky ' in winter, seventy miles a day through the wildest region, and over one of the most dangerous i outes in the United States. The country through which his road ran was totally uninhabited, but for the thro ? stage stations where horses were changed, and which were dug-outs, or log huts, twenty miles apart. The Indians, although generally friendly, were liable to become enemies at a moment's warning ; road apents and outlaws were thicker upon the Gal latin route than any other north of the Union Pacific Railroad, and the route itself ran through gullies and canyons, and on the verge of dizzy precipices. Notwithstanding all this, Jake was a successful driver, made better time, lost fewer mails and safes, and ran his coach at a smaller expense to the company than an}' other man in their employ. One muggy morning, in early May, as Jake drove up ...

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 July 1901

JOHN BRIDGE & CO., Ltd. ARE SPLENDID WOOL BROKERS. They give you PERSONAL ATTENTION . . . . . . AND GREAT PRICES. Give them a Trial and Make Money. CORNWELL'S NEW STOUT. FIRST PRIZE CHICAGO 1893. Equal to Best English. At Half the Cost. Once tried, always used. BEULAH BRICK WORKS . . . AHD POTTERY ? ? ERSKINEVILLE, NEAR SYDNEY BAKE WELL BROS Hamiiffiaetairero of- ? ?? BEIOKS, 8ANITAEY WARE (all descrip tions), STLES (decorative and other kinds) MAJOLICA WARE, l&RTHENWARB. POTTERY IN ALL BRANCHES Estimates given. Send for illus trated Catalogue. Addbess : BAKEWELL BROS., MULAH BRICK AND POTTERY WORKS ERSKINEVILLE (near Sydney). ' MY COLONIAL.' TOOTB'S ALE and STOUT. KENT BREWERY, T. J. BOWN & GO. Established 1841. Engineers, Gasflttors, Plumbers, &c, BATHURSTJL, SYDNEY Pomps of all Descriptions. PLUMBEBS1 AND GASFITTESS' REQUISITES w- The Recognised Centre fw N.3.W. in FIRE EE4O1N£S. Steam and Hand Power* HOSE, and Genaral Fire Brigade Apparatus. Bstlm...

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 July 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
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 6 July 1901

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. A correspondent, recently re turned from Europe, states that during a visit to St. Petersburg, he entered the Cathedral in the Fortress of St. Peter and Paul, which since the time of Peter the Great has been the burial-place of the Royal family of Russia. Up to that time their resting-place was in the Kremlin. Though Peter the Great died as recently as 1725, the Cathedral in the For tress, which is not a large one, is being rapidly filled. All the monuments are of white marble, the same size and shape, oblong, and standing about 4ft. from the ground. On one of these monu ments I saw fresh flowers, and on the card attached to them read, in a lady's handwriting, that they were a token of affection ' to dar ling George, from Auntie Alex and Uncle Bertie.' 'Auntie Alex' is now Queen of England, and ' Uncle Bertie' King. It was the Queen herself who wrote the simple words of affection that I read, and again I thought ' One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.' ...

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. Petersham Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 6 July 1901

newsletter* A Critical. Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General newspaper for tbe People. NEITHER HY FEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, HUT HY TROTH At.ONTs Petersham Cemetery. In our last issue a correspon dent wrote with regard to burials in legally -closed suburban ceme teries, and the question . is un doubtedly one that calls for action on the part of the authorities. An interment recently took place in the Petersham Cemetery, and the offender was proceeded against at the Newtown Court, the pre siding magistrate, Mr. G. H. Smithers, inflicting the fine pro vided by the bye-laws. In doing so, however, he is alleged to have stated that 'the local council did not try to prohibit interments in the cemetery, but, on the contrary, winked at the offence, in order that it might secure the penalties imposed.' It is gratifying to find that a magistrate has at last been found who is not destitute of the courage to express a very sensible opinion on the question of inter ments in this ground, wh...

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 July 1901

%1^ 171 Clarenee-st., Sydney. THE PARAGON HOTEL, GircularQuay R. A. WATSON, Proprietor. Table d'Hdte 1 to 2 p.m. All Leading Brands of Winea, Spirits and Beera kept in Stook. Telephone Wo. 691.

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. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 6 July 1901

ABOUT TOWN AND ELSEWHERE. A perfect judge will read each work of wit With the same spirit that its author writ. On many occasions since the first of these notes appeared in The Newsletter, I have referred to the question of sweating in various trades, generally using language which was easily understandable, and left no room for equivocation or any other defence save 'justifica tion,' had any employer I referred to chosen to face the music of the Supreme or any inferior Court. But, although many of our notes on the matter have been widely quoted in papers published in all States of the Commonwealth, no one so far has attempted to deny this accuracy. But the end is not yet. Sweating of a contemptible kind still exists in Sydney, and in this portion of the paper I am this week going to let another News letter man have his fling. He hands the following notes of enquiries made : AMONGST THE HAIR DRESSERS. It is a well-worn and conse' quently well-known Biblical quo tation that ' every m...

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 — 6 July 1901

Kensington. In spite of the somewhat unfavour able weather, and the counter at traction of the elections, and the Canterbury and Newcastle Jockey Club races, there was a fair attend ance of people at the Kensington Pony and Galloway meeting on Wednesday last. Backers of the first favourites had a very bad time of it during the afternoon, as of the six backed, not a single one finished in front. The books, however, did not by any means escape, as the second favonrites were well on the spot, and thus some of the so-called 'punters ' must have had the best of the wager ing. Results : — Fifteen Hands : Laurel, 7st (Gem mell) 1 ; Loyal Prix. 2 ; Freedom, 1. Fourteen-one : Polly, 9st 6lb (Panning) 1 ; Olga, 2; Matalgia. 3. Novice Handicap : Persecution, 7st 21b (Murphy) 1 ; Merry Dance, 2 ; Bismarck, 8. Thirteen-three : Mirth, 9st (Firth) 1 ; Mirror, 2 ; Grace, 3. Fourteen-two : Truthful, 8st 81b (Connell) 1 ; Duchess, 2 ; O.K., S. Kensington Handicap : Muscat, 7st 91b (Firth) 1; Manildra...

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 — 6 July 1901

SIFTINGS. Don't commence to read these columns bafore dinner. You can't see a point when you're hungry. Have a good feed, start a good weed, take a cosy seat, in the wannest corner near the fire, and then — well, fire ahead ! Had to wait five and a half hours (more or less) on Saturday for a shave. Happy is the man with a bald head. He never wants his hair cut when the shop is full. Shakespeare to See, O'Snllivan and Co., ' Go, get you home, you frag ments !' — Corialanus, Act 1, Sc. 1. New Zealand has just closed such a prosperous financial year that the maximum amount of the old age pensions will probably be increased from £18 to £20 per annum. But neither Lyne nor See is premier of Maoriland ! Was there once myself ; beginning to think I hud better have stopped when I was well off. It was rather unkind perhaps, but the lady brought it upon herself. She was playing principal boy, and as she bounced off the stage, accom panied by the plaudits of the crowded house, she proudly excla...

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 — 6 July 1901

There was an extremely awkward contretemps at a Macquarie-street boarding-house one Sunday evening recently. A fair i innate, who is en gaged to a man-about-town, asked him up to tea, and he duly arrived, with much pomp and circumstance. The landlady tripped into the parlour, ana turned purple wnen, on being introduced to the fashionably-tailored gent., she recognised in him an indi vidual who had ' shot the moon ' from a house she had formerly kept in the Bayswater-road, doing her out of £10 board money He trembled as he faced her, and wondered if she would give him away. The lady did ; and, being blessed with a fluent tongue, strings of adjectives rolled one after the other like water down a hill, his bride-elect standing by in mute consternation. The defaulting lodger did not wait for tea, but made a bolt for it, mumbling to his lady love that ho would see her again. The coldness that has existed between them since, however, would freeze a shipment of mutton, and. the girl is app...

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 July 1901

Editorial Notices. THE NEWSLETTER will be glad to receive on approval Drawings or Snapshot or other Photographa (silver - printn only) of special opportune and general interest At present our literary staff is fnll, and we cannot therefore uudertako to ubo outside matter, but may do so, if specially buitable. The Editor, as time allows, will carefully read any MBS. forwarded for the purpose. When stamps are enclosed we will endeavour to return all rejected MSS., but we can take no responsibility in the matter. Writers should always keep copies of articles, etc., sent. Special. All business communications (such as advertisements, subscriptions, etc.) should be addressed to Thk Puiilishbk, and all matter for publication, or con nected therewith, to Thk Editor, Nbws lettbr, Park and Oastlereagh streets, Sydney, and not to any individual by name. The neglect of this rule will cause delay, and frequently render the communication sent absolutely useless. Answers to Correspondents. A numii...

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 — 6 July 1901

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. [Tub Nbwsi.kttku will be glad to re ceive from managers and professionals generally, notes as to their movements, and other items of interest, either by letter or by newspaper paragraphs — the latter to bo distinctly marked. All such communications must be addressed to Tun Kditoh, and not to any member of our stall' by. name.] Her Majesty's — Florodora has held the lloor at Her Majesty's all the week, but this is its last spell and on Saturday night the Casino Girl comes on. Good houses have patronised Florodora in its declining moments, in spite of its most indifferent singing. When one c insiders thevrecords of comic opera and musical comedy here, and casts hia mind's ear*1 over the voices of the principals who have sustained the parts, he is forced to the view that Australians either don't care a curse about having their operas decently sung, or else don't know what singing is. The wild enthusiasm and extrava gant praise evoked by some of Mus grove's umteenth...

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 — 6 July 1901

A certain George-street drapery establishment has developed a Sher lock Holmes, and he, in turn, threatens to develop swelled head. This is how it came about: Last Satur day night the afore-mentioned detec tive — although he is modest enough to serve as a shop-assistant — became suspicious that a lady customer .whom he was waiting upon had taken advantage of the brief intervals, in which his back was turned, to do a little business on her own account. So he started an interesting con versation, gradually leading up to the subject of shop-lifting. This evil, he confidentially remarked, had grown to such an alarming extant that the firm had given strict injunctions that when one assistant was at tending to a customer another was to keep a close watch to see that nothing was lifted. ' Of course,' he hastened to add, with his sweetest ' an) thing else to-day V smile, ' in the case of a customer like you such a step would not be required, But then, you know, all are not like ? you.' Howe...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE STRAND [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 6 July 1901

? IN THE STRAND As with skirt hold in one hand You come tripping down the Strand, Chorus girl — Are there visions in your head, Dreams that you may one day wed, Say, an Earl? You get thirty bob a week, Sometimes more, if you have cheek — And the chance ! You look well upon the stage — More especially as a page — And you dance ! You are honest, bright, and true, Though you don't mind if you do Show your limbs ! Still you like to have your fling, And the choruses you sing Are not hymns !' There's a dull house on the hill That is known as Pentonville, Where you dwell. There's a mother there, metliinks ? And a father, too, who drinks, There as well. And your brother is a clerk Who reels homeward when the dark Turns to day ; If he loses on a horse (Twas the jockey or the course). Well — you pay. And you give your weekly pound For your board and lodging found London, N.; So the house goes on the same, To the everlasting shame 01 the men. (!od unto you gentle be, Keep you from temptation 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 — 6 July 1901

Hype Park Livery Stablcs, 173 Elizabeth St. & 148 t 150 Mleragh St., SYDNEY. Drags, Landaus for Weddings. The Char-a-banc-— Hav® a look at it I 1OB4 TolOEUBaCBBiQ 'a©a-3

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 — 6 July 1901

Full particulars of the benefit to the sufferers by the ironworkers' strike will be found in our advertise ment columns,' When London Sleeps will pro bably be the next production at the Criterion Theatre. Pressure of time through the elec tions (Wednesday being a public holiday) causes a considerable amount of matter (including Brisbane Notes) to be held over, and the usual make up of the paper to be slightly dis arranged. The Sydney Daily Telegraph, in speaking of Harry Roberts, Harry Diver, Harry Plimmer, and the late Scot Inglis, refers to them as being New Zealanders. This is incorrect, a& Scot Inglis and Diver are natives of Victoria, while Roberts hails South Australia as his birthplace. Of New Zenlanders there are but few before th' Australian public, the principal of whom is R. Inman, who, shortly after joining the profession, played leading business, which he continues to do.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUTSIDE OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 6 July 1901

OUTSIDE OPINION. [In 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 neceBaarily agree with the articles quoted. — Ed. N] Railway Accidents. — Railway accidents are becoming rather frequent upon the lines of this State, and altogether lately the Government has had to foot a tidy bill for damages to rolling stock, permanent way, etc. This is to say nothing of the loss of life, and maimed and injured people who will have to be recompensed by our Government. Those fre quent occurrences point to mis management somewhere, and the sooner a Royal Commission is appointed to look into the working of our railways the better. It will soon come to this, that the travel ling public will be afraid to venture upon the railways of this State. There is no doubt there must be some cause for all these accidents, and the fullest and clearest exam ination should be made of the whole...

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 July 1901

GAIETY ATHLETIC CLUB, Alon. Julyp. 197 Caatlereagh Street. BOB. TURNER versus W. SULLIVAN . . FOR Till': . . Featherweight Championship of N.S.W. (Twenty Rounds. Oik; to Win.) Prices ? 2.'-, .V-, 5 '-- Grand Concert every Sunday evening, Silver Coin. Complete change of Artists. J. COLLINS. See.

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 July 1901

BUSINESSJ ANNOUNCEMENTS. READ this. It concerns you. How ard's new promises now open. ^Cif} r\C\l\ Instruments. Queen 1 U U , U U U Street, Woollahra. HOWARD'S Violins, 1600 )~Tn stock' from 6d weekly. Queen street, Woollahra. Lists free. HOWARD'S Aecordeons. from Gil weekly. 100 in stock. Queen St., Woollahra. HOWARD'S Iron-framed Pianos, from f-s weekly. Queen-st., Woollahra: Lists free. HOWARD'S Saddles and Harness, ? 2s 6(1 week. Lists free. Queen street, Woollahra. HOWARD'S ~(iuna and Rifles, 2s 6(1 .. weekly.- Write for lists. Queen treot, Woollahra. HO WAR D'S MaiKlhi] noiJT fiuitars, Banjos, from (id week. Write for lists Woollahra. 3 TONS of 2s pieces of Music, all at2d each. Howard & Co., Woollahra. 1 nnn ririny°n£8an(i pieces 1 ,UUU,UUU at 3d, 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, Quoen-st, Woollahra' OLD Pianos converted into new at small cost. H...

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