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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
ITEMS. The contest for the Champion ship continues to cause the keenest excitement in Metropolitan circles. Mr. Jacobsen is leading with 4^ to $ ; almost on a level is_Mr. Chris tenson, while Mr. Jonas is close behind him.- So far Mr. E. N. Wallace, the original 'Australian Morphy,' has done badly, and promises to come in a bad last. The excitement over the Cham pionship in the metropolis has not diminished interest -in the country districts, where considerable ac tivity prevails. On the 10th inst. Dungog defeated Barraba, by telegraph, by 3^ to i£ games. On the 1 8th inst., a telegraphic match, between Orange and Warren, re sulted in a drawn contest. On the 19th inst. Wagga scored a sweeping telegraphic victory over Bathurst by 9 boards to 1. This week, Tamworth and Dungog were to try conclusions in a match of 10 boards. In all these contests the unfinished games are referred for adjudication to Mr. J. L. Jacobsen, the Sydney Champion. We would remind our country friends that items...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
' AMUSEMENTS. ? LYCEUM THEATRE. Sole Lessee and Manager - William Anderson TO-NIGHT and TO-MORROW EVENING LAST NIGHTS of Serving the King. SATURDAY, JULY 27TH. Grand Revival of Shirley and Landeck's masterpiece : ??THE . KING . OF . CRIME.' Popular Prices - ? - p/-, a/-, and 1/-. Box rian at Elvy's Music Warehouse, CRITERION THEATRE. Under the Direction of Charles Hollowav. PRESENTED BY CHARLES HOLLOWAY'S POPULAR COTERIE OF PLAYERS. DANGEROUS . WOMEN. Prices, 3/-, 2/-1 i/-» P'an at Nicholson's. PALACE THEATRE. LAST NIGHTS! ! Commencing at 8 p.m. First Appearance in Sydney of Mr. CHARLES BERTRAM, tie Royal and Imperial COURT MAGICIAN for SIX MORE NldrlTS ONLY. J» Prices ot Admission : Dress Circle and Reserved Stalls, 3/-; Stalls, 2/-; Gallery, 1/-. Children under 12 half-price (matinees and nights). Doors open 7.30. Overture, 8. Carriages, 10.15, Children in arms not admitted. Box Plan at Elvy's, deorge Street. THEATRE ROYAL. The Bnough Comedy Company. LAST SIX NIGHTS I ??THE . SECO...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
Answers to Correspondents. The Newblettbr is posted in Sydney every Thursday evening. Sub scribers not receiving their copies up to time, are requested to write to us at once. O.O. — Letter too late to be of service, or would insert Surely under present Council rules Mayor exceeded his powers in either granting or refusing use of hall ; the matter rests with the Town Hall committee. If your statement is correct the present Mayor is goi?ig one better than the last, and is running the whole show V/U U.LO \JVJLX. J. Fogarty.— Paper has been posted regularly, addressed as written on order. We have communicated P.O., but you had also better write direct to Deputy P.M.G., Sydney. R.H. (G.P.O.)-Have reluctantly re turned M.S. ; cannot spare room at present. Might do something with suggested parB shortly. Glad of a call, any morning. J.L.D. (Ohatswood) — Thanks very much ; will try to use shortly. H.E. (Dariinghursfc)— Thanks for good wishes and enclosures. Have com menced to use. Always gl...
Editorial Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
Editorial Notices. THE NEWSLETTER will be glad to receive ou approval Drawings or Snapshot or other Photographs (silver prints only) of special opportune and general interest At present our literary staff is full, and wo ? cannot therefore undertake to use outside matter, but may do so, if specially suitable. The Editor, as time allows, will carefully read any M8S. 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. A fi!e of Ths Newsletter may be inspected at the office of Boyd's Press Agency, 114 Elizabeth -st., Melbourne. Special. All business communications (such as advertisements and subscriptions, etc.) should be addressed to The Publisher, and all matter for publication, or con nected therewith, to The Editok, News letter, Park and Oastlereagh streets, Sydney, and not to any Individual bv name. The neglect of this rulo wil...
Kensington. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
Kensington. Like the other pony meetings in the early part of the week, there was a large attendance at the popular Kensington meeting on Wednesday. A great finish between first favorite Clansman (5 to 2) and Freedom for the Fourteen-threo ended in a dead heat, but as the owners agreed to divide it was not run off. Vixen, a red-hot favorite for the Fourteen-one, scored an easy win, and another well backed one in Woodlands won easily in the Trial Welter. Backers came to grief in the Fourteen Hands as, La Pearl (even money) could only get third to Mickey (3 to 1). They did not fare much better in the Fonr teen-two, as Lee Weller (even money) got no nearer than third to Kalla Kalla (6 to 1). A good afternoon's racing ended in Rosedale (8 to 1) beating Indabba, Manildra, and others for the Kensington Handicap. Re sults : — Fourteen-three: Freedom, 9st. 61b. (Williams)t 1 ; Clansman,' 8st., (Murphy)t 1 ; Olive, 8st. 91b., 3 ; The owners of Freedom and Clash man agreed to divide. Fourteen...
Rosebery Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
Rosebery Park. The usual number of spectators rolled up at Roseb»ry Park on Tuesday, but the punters had a very bad time of it, seeing that all the fir?t favorites came to grief. Battler (even money), Sally Manton (6 to 4), Mirth (even money), O.K. (5 to 2 on), and Lily (6 to 4) were well supported for the Flying, Fourteen one, Thirteen-three, Fourteen-two, and Rosebery Park Handicaps, but left their backers lamenting. The people connected with Mulconda were cautioned for his display in the Four teed-one Welter, and owner Day, jockey Evans, and pony Vernon were disqualified for six months for his suspicious running in the Rose bery Park Handicap. Results : — Flying : Loch Arrow, 8st. 9lb. (Purnell) 1 ; Battler, 2 ; Wood lands, 8. Fourteen-one : Nettle, 8st. 51b. (Hayes) 1 ; Ring wood, 2; Sally Manton, 3. Thirteen-three : Kallenite, 8st. 1 lib. (Hughes) 1 ; Mirth, 2 ; Little Swan, 8. Four teen-two : Circus Boy, 7st. (Clifton) 1 ; O.K., 2 ; The Masher, 8. Rose bery Park Handicap : Ovi...
Forest Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
Forest Lodge. There was an excellent attendance at the Forest Lodge meeting on Monday last, and some fair racing eventuated. A trainer named W. E. Crockett was warned off the course for misbehaving himself. l1wo hot favorites in Fidget (5 to 4 on) and Vain Hope (even money) landed the Thirteen- two and Distance Handi cap Trot, but as Aimee (to to 1) and Miss Chetwynd fell very badly in the Trial Stakes and Fourteen Hands Welter, honors must have been easy between layers and takers. Results : — Trial Stakes : Forget-Me-Not, 7st 91b (Keogh) 1 ; King Bee, 2 ; Aimee, 3. Thirteen-two : Fidget, 7st 71b (Manly), 1 ; Goldboy, 2 ; Numa, 8. Fourteen Hands : Maltese 8st 121b (Huttou), 1 ; Templar, 2 ; Miss Chetwynd, 3. Fourteen-three : Y Not, 8st 41b (Evans), 1 ; The Comet, 2 ; Lee Weller, 8. Distance Handi cap Trot : Vain Hope, 640 yards be hind (Allen), 1 ; Tot, 2 ; lone, 8.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
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Death of Otto Cribb. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
Death of Otto Cribb. The late boxing encounter between Otto Cribb and M. Dunn had a sad ending. On reaching his train ing quarters at the Cliff Hotel, Bondi, Cribb retired to bed, ap parently all right, but at 8 o'clock next morning his trainer, W. McCarthy, found he was dead. Dr. Ludlow, who was immediately sent for, said he was dead for some hours, as a post mortem examination dis closed, from concussion of the brain. His seconds, Johns and Stoneham, say he never entirely recovered from the effects of his first encounter with Thnrston at San Francisco, and those in a position to judge maintain he did not receive his injuries in his match with Dunn. The inquest wnB initiated on Wed nesday, when Beckett, Miller, Weeks, M. Dunn (whom Cribb fought), C. Dnnn, Bateman, Brown, McCarthy, Willis, Turner, and Howard were brought up in connection with the affair. The inquiry had not ter minated when The Newsletter went to press.
HARBOUR CALAMITY. Boating Party Upset. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901
HARBOUR CALAMITY. Boating Party Upset. Yesterday afternoon a party of pleasure seekers ongaged a boat, and proceeded down the harbour for a picnic at one of the bays. On arriving at the chosen spot they discovered that the liquid refreshments obtained at Fitz's Syto-date Bottle Department had been . .^t behind. ? They were, of course, greatly upset about it, as they knew that all Eitz's liquors are good and pure. Iji fact it's a household phrase : It's all right if it comes from Fitz's. Send for the Commonwbalth Pktob Libt. Its an Eye Opener. See opinions of Daily and Weekly Tress. The street outside the hall was also thronged, amongst the ? outsiders ' being the scum of the city, thieves, bullies and others who do anything but earn an honest living. Many of them being also inside the hall. It is a mystery why the police do not enforce the «move on' clause when these contests are on the board. Cribb who was apparently ont of condition, had all the best of it for several rounds, but ...