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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 13 October 1900

WANTED !*mm* ? ggp. Agents in Every Country Town . (And in other places), FOR . . . Wu ^tctaaldfcr. Apply (with references) to The Publisher, Elizabeth St., Nbu'slkxtur, 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 — 13 October 1900

Owl Cut-Rate Drufl Co,, 0' d^olIekson's £100 reward for d iOCGe0 in 24 houro, rentorea F?mcdy cfcop\SiouB Debility, Vmfcocole, Prootfttttte, fn#;4 ACT LIKE A CHARM. REGU LA It PRIGL^ - Don'fc equamjer it on, PO *T FREE. V1 Country persona cave youi mon y quncknoDtrimio before .trying our No^JBolfc. . bbraTBI) REMEDY, ' FIT SBPIU5P? pKTb. - ?- 0- the ,w.QUBing MagSggRfr pi f SttB E Tho moat chronic and obstinate character of w o^OUTWARD PILES readily yield to thia improved mode of treatment. rice, 3/6 per Box, or 3 for 10s ; Postage 6d extra. The OWr. CUT-BATE DKUO- OO., a»7 ELIZABETH STREET (Oppoflite Hyde Park), 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 — 13 October 1900

When u business man gets an idea there is nothing more to conquer, or that advertising of any sort won't help him, he simply grants territory aud rights to his advertising competitcrs, and gives them an uuhatnpered oppor tunity, not only to cultivate tho trade alroady 111 their possession, but to secure all the new trade the field offers.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 13 October 1900

KENSINGTON RACES. In consequence of the continually increasing circulation of The News l utter, we have now to go to press too early to allow a report of Wed nesday's meeting at Kensington, which, however, will be dealt with next week. Entries close on Friday, 1 2th ult , for next week's meeting. '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 ! You may not receive another free copy ; therefore, show this one to your Bookseller, order future numbers from him, or fill up the subscriptio...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gillespie's Pearl Grainea. REGISTERED UNDER TRADE MARKS ACT OF 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 13 October 1900

Gillespie's Pearl Grainea. REGISTERED UNDER TRADE MARKS ACT OP 1865. Naturally 1 .13 approach of Summer you make an alteration in your diet euch 'alteration varying according to the' intelligent -m-iretion of the individual. Some constitutions can eat anything that 18 hard, and drink anything that is wet, but it is to the average man and woman in the Australian climate we are offering our kindly advice. The human organipm demands that we should diminish the exciting heating action of animal food, coarse oatmeals, etc., during the summer season, and provide liberally in the daily diet the delicious fresh fruit and vegetable foods that are available, together with a nutritious easily digested farinaceous food such as Gillespie's 'Pearl Grainea.' Kindly observe that we do not adviae you to eliminate meat from your diet, and 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 life and growth ...

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 — 13 October 1900

During the warm weather the body needs supporting the same as any other time in the year, as conditions are more exhausting to the vital forces, as well as not so favorable for keeping up the strength. What nature provides is a good index to that which is best adapted to keep the system in good order. Abund ance of fruit and green vegetables are very wholesome during the warm sea sons. The large amount of juices contained in the fruit is a special tonic to the functions of digestion, nutrition, and climation. The functions of the body work under greater disadvantages in warm weather than in cold ; hence the much greater injurious effect which comes from over-eating, especially of food that is easily fermented or decomposed. These ^ latter changes are very apt to begin in an unnoticable way in the food belore it is taken, and such pro ducts continue these unfavourable changes in the digestive organs, giving rise to a great deal of trouble. The excess of nitrogenous food in this way 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 — 20 October 1900

THE OLDEST FUNERAL BUSINESS IN THE COLONIES. wood & raiMii, %u™ Head Offtae : 81 0 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY (Next Savings Bank.) Telephones 72G, at any hout1.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURFIANA GOSSIP. DIARY FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 20 October 1900

TORFIANA GOSSIP. ( By The Wizard. J DIARY FOE THE WEEK. Saturday. — A.J.C. October Meeting. Saturday. — V.A.T.C. Races (Caul field Clip day). Monday. — Forest Lolge Pony Races. Tuesday. — Roseberry Park Pony Wednesday. — Kensington R.C. Pony Races. Thursday.— -Brighton Pony Races. The Caulfield Clip, which now claims the attention of racing men throughout the colonies, recalls to mind the one held 011 the 4th of August, 1873, when Don Juan, the sensational Melbourne Cup winner of thesameyear, first made his appearance on the turf. In those days the Caul field course was a very primitive atlair, being merely a sandy bush track, the centre of the course being covered with scrub and brush, quite a contrast to the well appointed Caul Held of to-day. As truly described by George Brown, in the Argus , the arrange ments were extremely simple. The judges stand consisted of four up right poles with a rickety framework about six feet from the ground for the judge to stand on. A weighing machi...

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 — 20 October 1900

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. H. W. Newman, for Orange, has been appointed general manager of the Wentworth Pro prietary mines, near Orange, with Mr, W. F. Slcidmore as mine manager. A Melbourne paper writes of ' The Bishop and Mrs. Melbourne.' Is this supreme snobbery or ignorance ? The Bishop of Melbourne's name is Field Flowers Goe, and his wife is nlain 'Mrs. (tor.' Mr. William Freeman, formerly chairman of the Land Board at Turn worth, where he had the burden of the Mercadool case, has been appointed chairman of the Land Board at Bourke. Mr Neville W. Montague, the well-known Sydney solicitor, an nounces that he has removed his offices to 22 Oastlereagh-street, opposite the premises of the Citizen's Life Assurance Company. Mr. David Watkins, M.L.A., was last week tendered a social by the residents of Cardiff. During the evening the member For Wallsend was presented with a gold trinket, suitably inscribed, as a mark of apprecia tion of his services to the Cardiff portion of the Walls...

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 — 20 October 1900

UPON ALL CLASSES A OF SECURITY. f Lowest Interest, Easy Terms BiMs Telephoney/|$- y/ohcouatti N.S.W. Mont de 225 /?© jT 7 rVTarta D.& I. Go. Ld. fiastlereagh-st. 74 f BUSTACB BBNNKTT, Alanagar

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 — 20 October 1900

PROFESSIONAL NOTICES. ? R NEVILLE W. MONTAGU, Solicit -r, haw removed his offices to 22 OASTLKREAGH-STREET (Opposite the Citizens' Life Assurance Co., Ltd.'. WANTED ? Agents in Every Country Town . (And in other places), FOR . . . ULlvc .iXclusleita, ~ ^ Apply (with references) to The Publisher, Elizabeth St., Nbwri ktti- k Sydney. Boots! Boots! Boots! For Good Solid LEATHER Boots, im-l HONEST WEAR, try IiE UNITED WORKMAN 449 & 551 George St.. SYDNEY, Near Liverpool Street. You oan see them made in the window. Made to Order from 8/0. -Bac{a-ocjo R. A. HERVEY AGENT, 171 Clarenee-st., Sydney. T. J. BOWN & GO. Established 1841. Engineers, Gasfitters, Plumbers, &c., BATHURST ST., SYDNEY Pumps of all Descriptions. PLUMBERS' AND GASFITTERS' REQUISITES. w I., ^cognised Centre for N.S.W. in mE ENGINES, Steam and Hand Power, HOSE, and General Fire Brigade Apparatus. Estimates of all Work Promptly G,ver» on Application. ' 1 IlltVi: li.i'l L.Svli j ^AUrnei e of newspape...

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 — 20 October 1900

m.a.^ 187 KY.IZABKTIB MTBFiRT( HYDHJEY. DR. GIBBONS, who is trebly qualified ami registered in London and the Colonies as a physician and Surgeon, raoaived Lis education in the English and Scotch Universities, and com pleted his studiea in the leading hospitals of Europe. He has made a life-long study of Nervous and Akin Diseases. He has, by diligent research, investigated tbeir origin and cause, and haB discovered the quickest and surest means of thoroughly curing them. He has, by his unequalled success, during a period of many years, obtained the highest position in his profession. The various diseases em Draoed in his ppecialty are those which have hitherto caused more misery and suffering than any other kind of trouble that affects the human frame. Youngr Wen and those who Wisb to Marry. who, a* the result of indiscretions or excesses of more mature age, suffer from any of the following symptoms, namely:— Frequent headaches, giddiness, drowsiness in the day-time, irregularity of...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 20 October 1900

FEDERAL ITEMS. Bombala's claims to the Federal capital are set forth in a beautifully illustrated pamphlet, in which her geographical, climatic and pictur esque attractions are fully detailed. Alas ! the production is issued from the Victorian press ! Who was guilty of this palpable blunder ] On the other hand, there is a big risine demonstration for Orange, which has climate, wealth and situation for its recommendation. It is extremely amusing to read the comments of the Melbourne Argus on the claims of Orange. How poorly informed are the ' well-informed ' Melbourne public men ! A lame movement is on foot to reward Mr. George Reid for his work in re Federation. The only people at the back of the business are those so-called freetraders whn yoked Reid to run tandem with Barton in the Federal conspiracy, whereby New South Wales was shamefully sold by hungry poli ticians in respect of her most prized principles — freetrade, man hood suffrage and the right of the people to rule by vote...

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 — 20 October 1900

A SUMMER HOLIDAY EXCURSION TO TUB MARVELLOUS WEST COAST SOUNDS OF NEW ZEALAND. IN JANUARY, 1901. 24th SEASON. ONE OF THE SPLENDID STEAMERS OF THE UNION LINE W ILL be despatched from Melbourne about 27t.h December, 190'', taking K icursionietsfor an extended trip to Lhe WEST COAST POUNDS and EAST COAST PORTS OF THE MIDDLE ISLAND of NEW VE ALAND, calling at Hobart and touching at Stewart Ib land en route, visiting the most famous of the Sounds, and affording Kxcursion iats an opportunity of viewing the Su herland Falls (the highest iu the world) during the stay of the steamer in Milford Sound. The trip, which takes the form of an extended picnic, will occupy about oi.e month. 1'AISSENGERS can proceed by the ordinary steamers of the Company from Sydney, either via Auckland or Welling ton, joining the steamer at Port Ohtu mers, or can rail from Sydney to Melbourne at special rates to connect with the sfcoamer there. Excursions to Taamanla. The favourite yteumere 4,Oonah'' and ' Wakatipu...

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 — 20 October 1900

I vJotobbr 20, 1900. ' THfi NEWSLETTER. 19 BIT BONIC PLAGUE FORVf A LIN Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence, is undertaken by TX7°. H. BSAIVT «fib CO., Q O'Connell-street, Sydney, Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and have disinfected the following premises : — Sydney Town Hall, The Bank of N. S. Wales, The Manchester Manufacturing Co. Messrs. Thos. De La Rue & Co. Ld. Messrs Hogg, Robinson & Co., Ld. Sydney Free Public Lending Libraty, Messrs. John Keep & Son, Limited, ' The Australian Star,' The Union Bank of Australia Cape's Chambers, Bond-st. , Queen Victoria Markets, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. The Union Club Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Solicitors and others. EARLY APPLICATION FOR OPEN DATES IS ADVISABLE. PURESST AND BEDSIT GET ®[hL ITOliK' The day waB young and not far spent, ©. Aa through the busy streets there went A youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing aloft the well-known name — 'DR. WAUGH'S.' His...

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 — 20 October 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. The Victorian Legislative Coun cil threw out the Woman's Suffrage Bill by 29 votes to 13. The Democratic League is busy organising a campaign for the coming Federal elections. i A Federated Chamber of Manu factures will be shortly formed of members from each colony. A Bill is being prepared to limit the hours worked by ferry hands at Svdnev and Newcastle. «/ Tne member for liandwick is alleged to be understudying for the portfolio of Colonial Treasurer. The West Australian Premier thinks of retiring shortly. He has had an innings of over 10 years. Mr Storey : 'Whenever I speak the hon. member (Mr. See) gets bilious.' An hon. member : 'No wonder.' Mr. See gives it as his opinion that Mr. Copeland is the best Agent-General the colony ever sent home. Mr. Cook barracks for the inspec tion of hotels and also of the liquor sold. We thought Mr. Cook was a blue ribbonite. ' Chair ! Chair ' roared a noisy member in the Assembly, ' Oh, go and have some bile beans,' said an h...

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 — 20 October 1900

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO READERS OF THE NEWSLETTER' CHE I'roprietor of The Newsletter, re cognising the necessity of k- epiug pace with the times, has caused a number of improvements to be made in its poges, with the result that the circulation has enor mously increased, and it is already ac knowledged to be one of the leading papers of the colony. So far as the journal itself is concerned, it is at present in its infancy ; but as it grows in years so it will grow in power, in influence, and in interest, until it reac hes the place we intend it to occupy — that of the leading weekly paper of the Australian Con) mon wealth. But if this is to be achieved, we must miss 110 oppor tunity of making Thb Newsletter popular; and, therefore — learning a lesson from the British and American Press— in Australia, at any rate, we take the lead in launching out into wider spheres than the columns of this piper for the benefit of our readers. The rage to-day is for Photography ; the people are bent ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 20 October 1900

KENSINGTON RACES. Fine weather, a large attendance, and a good afternoon's racing were the prevailing features at Ken sington on Wednesday afternoon. Three first favorities in Gipsy, Polly, and Lily caught the judge's eye, while Blue Blood (6 to lj, Isis (8 to 1), and Nowra Maid (second favorite) cqme to the rescue of the fielders. ICntries close to-day, Friday, for next Wednesday's meeting. Appended are the results : — Fifteen Hands Handicap : Gipsy (P. Walker) 1 ; Cora II., 2 ; Sink ing Fund, 3. Fourteen- one Handi cap : Blue Blood (S. Whitbread) 1 ; Gladys, 2 ; Montpellier, 8 Trial Welter (15): Isis ( J. McDougall), 1 ; Sentence, 2 ; Triwood, 8. Fourteen Hands Handicap : Polly (8. Whit bread), 1 ; Cocos, 2 ; Amanda, 8 ; Fourteen-two Handicap : NowraMaid (A. Albrecht), 1 ; Indabba, 2 ; Pride, 8. Kensington Handicap : Lily, 1 ; Vernon, 2 ; Petrel, 3. Broken Hill is at present infested with robbers. The assurance of these fellows is astounding. The police, though experts at running ...

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 — 20 October 1900

It is stated officially that Sydney tramway men are paid more liber ally than those of Melbourne and Brisbane. And at the present time London beats the lot. Said that there are members of the Assembly frightened to rise and speak when Northumberland is in the House, because of his vulgar and bitter interjections. The profitableness of office in Queensland is attested by the fact that no one who is really in the swim in that colony wants to go to the Federal Parliament. Something wrong somewhere. Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.L.A., wants to know where Rylstone comes in in connection with the Federal capital. ' Nevare saw it goom in, nevare saw it go out, nevare saw it nohow,' as the fellow says in ' Jones.' Mr. Neild, M.L.A., has gone one better than Yes-No. As a legis lator he favours the tabling of the report on his regiment, as an officer he doesn't like it being tabled, and as a private citizen he vigorously upholds the view that it should be tabled. The idea of ' selling ' for cer...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Young Nick. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 20 October 1900

Young Nick. As a rule Young Nick and his step-brother found it cheaper to make a moonlight flit than to pay rent. This time, however, they were fore stalled by the force of circumstance?, and the tenants of the fifth floor back were on the point of being sold lip. 'And now,' said the landlady, with withering sarcasm, and shaking her fist in the direction of the shaky object that stood in the middle of the floor, ? will somebody kindly help to remove this precious piece of furniture afore it gets broke : or will it be necessary to call in the perlice to chuck it out into the street,' This piece of furniture, for whom neither use nor ornament had been found by a wasteful generation, was a young man with clothes in the lust sjage of shabbiness, who remained heedless of all attempts to shift him. He made no sign of having heard, but went on idly whittling a stick with an old jackknife. Some of the neighbours who had been watching the proceedings with the candid interest of their kind, g...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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