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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901

ABE NOW FAMOUS . THROUGHOUT . AUSTRALASIA. HAND CAMERAS, STAND CAMERAS, POCKET CAMERAS and KODAKS. In Various Sizes, Grades, Styles and Prices to Suit Everybody. '^^uj^SImS^^a^ Before taking your Next Holiday H^^B|i^sl^9_ Consider the Pleasure, Interest, and Value of s~*» ^HiWrifs^^& '*' Recording the Beautiful Sights and Events you r^^^SMt^^a^S BefOPe Deciding to Pupchase a Camera ;t-l1jllHB8P^P^ VISIT OUR SHOWROOM where there are abundance of Cameras of every description, and competent assistants to give full working instructions, FREE. HfimnlU/^XAU 9 Cf\ 1 f/l PHOTOGRAPHIC I4i\l%iofe i U Bl &i %W-J i-lU«f MERCHANTS, ©© Hl8-3 ST., SVlDHEV. Melbourne Agents:— CRAVEN & CO., 179 Collins Street m?™ *«£? SSsraNB We8t Australian Agents :-A. L. LILLY, 504 Hay Street, Perth 93 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE. Agencies throughout all parts of Australasia.

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 — 27 July 1901

ECHOES OF SPORT. (#y Nunquam Dormio.) A practical proof of the interest taken in the Rugby football matches between New South Wales and Queensland was proved by the fact that about 20,000 people witnessed the final game, played for the first time, on the Agricultural Ground* Soon after the kick off O. White of the New South Wales team broke' his collar bone and his place was' taken by W. A* Shortland, the captain of the Western Suburbans. At half-time the scores were JNew South Wales 8 points (a penalty goal) and Queensland nil, but soon after half-time Halloran (N.S.W.) also had the misfortune to break his collar bone. According to a rule ?between the Unions if. a player is injured in the second half, his place is not to be filled and hence New South Wales played one man short. Although the visitors played a great game, they were eventually beaten, the scores being New South Wales 11 points (a penalty goal and two tries, one converted) Queensland {two tries, one converted.) Forty-s...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 July 1901

BRISBANE NOTES. Parliament has met and a division has already taken place on a motion by the Labor Leader (or, as Premier Philp designates him, the LeRder of the constitutional opposition) to re move the ' gag ' motion passed last session. Needle.- s to say the Govern ment won bv29 to 21 votes. This seems to have so elated the ministers that they treated all their supporters to a trip down the river in the Lucinda at the expense of the public — the only use this Government boat is put to, either the ministers, collectively or individually, and their friends fre quently availing themselves of a pleasure trip in her. The Government blames the drought for the £528,000 deficit, but Mr. Browne was near the truth when he blamed the late treasurer, who in stead of his anticipated surplus of £12,402 had handed over to the new treasurer a deficit of over halfa million. Ministers seem disposed to sell all Government laud to meet thi?, and will probably do so, notwith standing the promised opp...

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 — 3 August 1901

HOW TO BE ?«??» 1 STR0N6 EAT Star* Brand ^ Oatmeal ... \ at''il j THE PUREST AND BEST . Porridge Meals. f -V r DRINK ttSm Ih! O) I IP© D ? Cocoa Essence. UNEQUALLED FOK STRENGTH . . AND PURITY ROBT. HARPER & Co. PROPRIETARY, LTD., SYDNEY, MELBOURNE,- $ BRISBANE, * f ADELAIDE, FREEVBANTLE # 9 A.HI

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME AND COLONIAL IMPORTE? CA[?]EANE [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 3 August 1901

'?~'~~f~ r f — ^pz 1 Plain drunk, I presume ?' said the Jay Pay. ?Wit' delirium thrinimings, yer washlp !' said the officer. # . . ♦ # * Did the gentleman give you noth ing for rescuing the lady from drown ing ? Why didn't you ask him ?' '? I didn't have tha gall to after he told me she was his mother-in-law.' * # * She : Did your grandfather live to a green old age ? He : Qreen old age ! I should smile. He let a barmaid marry him when he was 78, and she presented him with three sons. * ? * Doctor : You will have to give up all mental work for a few weeks. Patient : But, doctor, in that case my income would cease. I earn my living by running a comic paper. Doctor : Oh, you can keep right on at that, all right. * * * Old Lawyer : How'd I get my , start ? Well, shortly after I was I called to , the bar a rich uncle died 4 and I came into possession of a cool $ hundred thousand. i Young Lawyer .(in surprise) : But \ I never knew you had a rich uncle ! '?-,' Old Lawyer : I didn't say I ...

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 — 3 August 1901

1 Bill 1 No I've never set eyes on Bluenose Bill again, and I've never been near Chantilly since that day, neither. I don't 'anker af er France, somehow. Them sort of bits of luck only happens once in a lifetime, and I might get into the wrong box myself next time.' According to the current issue ot the Sunday at Home, the late Mr. W. G. Barkter, of Melbourne, who has just died at the early age of twenty-nine, was, the finest bass singer that Australia has yet pro duced. Though never.heard out side his own country, there he had a national reputation, and the an nouncement of his name was sufficient always to ensure the success of any musical function. The nature of the malady from which he suffered necessitated a critical operation on the brain, and it is narrated that as he passed under the influence of chloroform, he broke out in his magnificent voice, which was fresh and full after some weeks of rest, with one of his favorite songs — ' Out on the Deep ' — and the effect was so re...

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 — 3 August 1901

FURRACABAD ESTATE FARMS, qlen innes, new England, n.s.w.CSS 8S!SSflgSn8S£lfl-n|8 KUltiiAUABAi) is aituatu ciuse to the Towu oi uJlJSM UnNKo, a purtiuu oi me Ksuite being within the Municipal area of the Town. The Farms now nnpn for Leaae beiDf? within three to four miles of the Railway Station, Glen Inues The Glen Inties Butter Factory is olose to the Railway and within prhv distance of the Farms. TO DAIRY FARMERS.— We offer to lease for 7 years (area required! with Right of Purchase during the first Three Yearo at a nrice named in the Lease, and on-TERMS, we offer to Plough area required First Year CREE, or will allow Lessee First Year's Bent per Aorefor, area ploughed by him First Year. We Supply Material for Fencing Block Leased, .Lessee to Build DAIRYING, THE NATURAL INDUSTRY OPNEWENGLAND-Splendid Natural Grasses, Heavy Fodder Crops, Abundance of Water. The Butter ? Faotory ia now firmly established, ana a £5i? demand for all the butter produced, giving the mrppliers the Highest...

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 — 3 August 1901

Owl Cut-Rate Drug Co., Ooiwuitiiifc & .Hspeiisiiig ohciuiata .^?? c5-\ Out-Kate Price-Line Forwarded Free on Applications /^-Q™$£&38te&\ r-R' OkAJ&KSON'S Eeinvigorator. We still offer /C^^^^^^^^-X jGIOu reward for any case we cannot cure. This secret /^^imM^^^mm ^V\ rem(Jdy stops all drains and losses in 24 hours, restores (y if^iillfti&pilll ®C?-\ v*8or- cures Nervous Debility! Varicocele, ProatatitiQ, -'^a^i^^^lBW llv* I Ki(iney, Bladder, and all other terrible wanting effects ' t'^^S*TO35fflP^Wr-* cause-i ^y youthful folly and excesses. Sent sealed and V^^^^^^PtSlw 0,'k.J free from observation to any part of the eoloniea, 7/0 v^^^^fflP^II^/ bottle- 3 Dottles for £1 ; guaranteed to cure. Pamphlet Npteftil^oS^ ELE0TRI0 BELTS RESTORE THE WEAK, RE ^-JJ_G_Ji!^ FRESH THE STRONG, REVLVE THE DEPRESSED. AOT LIKE A. CHARM. REGULAR PRICE, 1 GUINEA. OUT PRICE, 10h POeiT FREE. %* Country persons save your money. Don't squander it u - quack nostrums befo...

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 — 3 August 1901

BURNS, PHILP & COMPANY, LTD., MERCHANTS, SHIP OWNERS -& SHIPPING AGENTS. Huad Office: io BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Branches: Western Australia : Queensland : ESPERANCE BOWEN COOKTOWN FREMANTLE BRISBANE NORMANTON GERAlDTON CAIRNS THURSDAY ISLAND CH'T'RS TOWERS TOWNSVILLE British New Guinea: Pacific: PORT MORESBY VILA, NEW HEBRIDES SAMARAI NUKUALOFA, TONGA AGENCIES THROUGHOUT AUSTRALASIA & THE EAST. Agents for: Australasian United Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. British India Steam Navigation Co. Queensland Line of Steamers Oceanic S.S. Co. (A. & A. Line) Mcllwraith, McEacharn & Co., Ltd., Line of Steamers Nippon Yusen Kaisha (Japan Mail Steamers) Burns, Philp sind Company's, Limited, ISLAND LJNIO OF STKAMKISS running to British ;iii'l German New (iuinuii, Now Britain, tilts I'Mlicu, Gilbert and Mnrshiill Gi/oup-;, Solomon Islaiuls, Now Hebrides, Norfolk Island and other Islands in the Pacific. Passengers and Car^o booked by the above and other L...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Volunteer Officers and Men. A NOTE OF WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 3 August 1901

Volunteer Officers and Men. A NOTE OF WARNING. There is a pretty general com plaint that the interests of what may be termed our Volunteer force, are steadily going to the wall, and it is not unlikely something will shortly be heard on the subject in Parliament. Though the control of the military force has gone over to the Federal Parliament, the matter of justice and fair treatment to the Volunteer system is not by any means likely to be surrendered by the State Legislature. An improved status is demanded for our citizen soldiers all round, no less for the officers than the men, and it is believed that unless this is done every shred of standing and im portance will depart from this arm of the service,«to the manifest ad vantage of the Regulars. Political men in the State Parliament are resolved to stick to the partially paid or citizen soldiery, as at their back are the rifle clubs now being formed through the land— organ- isations whose existence is a nega tive answer to the dema...

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 — 3 August 1901

SELL THE BEST ) EASY , Violins i TERMS f \ f IP YOU i Cornets f j WISH, * F|utes J J We shall be ) BanJ°s J f glad to hear from A Guitars \ f vou- \ i (Ask us any- f Mandolins \ (Musical Goods. $ Accordeons \ We will reply at A f . once. ' &c, &c. A I W.H. Paling & Co, Ltd., I f 338 George St., Sydney. \

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS. SOLUTION OF PROBLEM NO. IV. By G. B. VALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 3 August 1901

CHESS. SOLUTION OF PROBLEM NO. IV. Bv G. B. Valli;. 1. Kt to K B 5 Any move 2. Mates accordingly Solved by J. C. Burgess (' Really difficult Key. Mate after P to K 4 very likely to be overlooked.')

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DICK'S TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 3 August 1901

BICK'S TROUBLE. 1 Yea, its a tlice Waistcoat, ain't it 1 ' said Downy Dick, fondly patting a bright ted woollen Creation, Ornamented with big brass buttons, which he wits wearing. ' 1 shall | iiever forget the Way I got it, i though,' and scenting a story, I j tailed for twfcl mdre pints and settled j inyself' to listefi. j ' You see, sir, it wad fcnis Wdy. Bluenose Bill and me, we'd been ' working in a racing stable at Chantilly, near Paris, for some months, and there'd been a row about 'ocussin' a 'horse, and we'd lost our job. Bill, 'e'd got four bob and a tanner, and I hadn't got nothing, and we was in the village wineshop, wonderin' what we'd do for a lodging, when the gardener who was drinking with us told us about old Madame Joly. 1 She waa one of them odd women what has lots of money, and hoarded it. She lived in a little house buried out in the conntry almost, and scarcely ever seed no one, from one year's end to the other. When the tradespeople came, they used to : put her...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROBLEM NO. V. By J, GRAVES. Black (5 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 3 August 1901

PROBLEM NO. V. By J. Graves. Black (5 pieces). White (io pieces). White to play and mate in two moves.

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 — 3 August 1901

[?] Aperfect judge will read each work of wit* With the same spirit that its author writ. -. According to an old proverb (and testing it by another which says experientia docet, I reckon it's a true one) the way to a Britisher's heart is hv wav of his digestive organs. In plain English, as a certain lady is made responsible for saying, ( If you want to get a man into a good humor, feed the brute — and feed him well.' And to assist the ma trons, and would-be matrons, in such an honorable purpose, there are occasionally issued samples of a peculiar kind of literature styled ♦Cookery Books.' I have no per sonal knowledge of their value — (in fact, I'm afraid I should speedily change my quarters if I found the cook studying such a book and necessarily experimenting upon me) — but on this subject a lady corres pondent is good enough to ask me to make room for the following : — 1 A cookery book, compiled by a Sydney Society woman, and pub lished by a well-known local firm, is a really pat...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS BY CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 3 August 1901

CHESS BY CORRESPON DENCE. The 50 a-side correspondence match between North and South of England is now concluded, the score being South, 57 ; North, 43. Herr Lasker considers that the following specimen is strategically of high interest, and that White's play represents chess of the higest standard : — Ruy Lopez. White. Black. F. C. Carroll. T. Physick. (Manchester.) (London.) 1 . P to K 4 P to K 4 2. Kt to K B 4 Kt to Q B 3 3. B to Kt 5 P to Q R 3 4. B to R 4 Kt to B 3 5. Castles P to Q 3 6. P to Q 4 B to Q 2 7. P to B 3 B to K 2 8. Q Kt to Q 2 Castles 9. P to Q 5 Kt to Q R 2 10. B to B 2 Kt to K sq n. P to B 4 (a) Pto K Kt3(b) 12. Kt to K sq Kt to Kt 3 13. Kt to Q 3 P to K Kt 4 14. PtoKKt4(c) Pto KB 3 15. K to Kt 2 Q to B sq 16. P to K R 3 P to K R 4 17. P to K B 3 K to B 2 18. Pto Kt 4 P to Kt 3 19. P to Q R 4 PtoQB4 20. P to R 5 P to Kt 4 21. Pt'k'sBP5(d) Q P takes P 22. K R to R sq P to R 5 23. B to Kt 3 P to Kt 5 24. Q to Kt sq Q to B 2 25. B to Q sq Kt to Kt 4 (e) 26. P takes...

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 — 3 August 1901

[?] Your truest friend will stick to you to the last shilling — (your's). The enterprising tailor again. The following may be seen in George street : — ' Bny one of our 18s. suits, and — you'll have a fit !' Probably — — a paralytic one. ' My good woman, do you know the nature of an oath,' said the Jay Pay, up Broken Hill way. ? Do I ? My blanky oath, I do ! My old man has been eight years on Block 10 !' It takes a Barrierifce to understand this properly ; others may form their own conclusion. A Sydney sporting paper hashes up the eight months' old Newsletter par and our month old leader on Drake's paper Progress, but falls into the soup by stating that Drake pub lishes Tattersall's advt., and not Dowdridge's. Progress publishes both, while, aB we have several times stated, on the front page of each issue is printed in full caps : ' Proprietor, James G. Drake.' According to local ' scientific ' authorities, the unfortunate man Clegg, who jumped from the top of Hordern's building, mu...

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 — 3 August 1901

The Canadian - Australian Rop! lail Line To Canada, United States and Europe. Ifloana. JJoransi. llliotuera. Steamers of this line leave Circular Quay at 1 p.m. every fourth Monday, for Vancouver (British Columbia), calling at Brisbane, Honolulu, and Victoria en route. The R.M.S. ? Miowera,' 3350 tons. Capain F. Hemming, leaves Sydney on August 12th, and Brisbane on August 16th. This is the Imperial route to England, and possesses unrivalled attractions for the tourist and traveller, its climatic ad van ? vantages being unsurpassed. The voyage over the placid waters of the Pacific Ocean takes the form of an ex tended picnic. A short stay is made at Hono lulu, the Paradise of the Pacific, where the climate the year round is marvellously equable, gentle and uniform, and the lovely surroundings have become popular with Australians desiring a short voyage. All Classes of Passengers have full stop-over privileges, enabling them to break their journey at any port or place of call en route...

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 — 3 August 1901

ARE SPLENDID WOOL BROKERS. They give you PERSONAL ATTENTION . . . ... AND GREAT PRICES. Give them a Trial and Make Money. CORNWELL'S NEW STOUTy^ FIRST PRIZE CHICA60 1893. Equal to Best English. At Half the Cost. Once tried, always used. BEULAH BRICK WORKS AND POTTERY, Erskineville, near Sydney. Bakewell Bros. MANUFACTURERS OF BRICKS, SANITARY WARE (all descriptions), TILES (decorative and other kinds), MAJOLICA WARE, EARTHENWARE. POTTERY II ULL BRANCHES. Estimates Glwst, Scad for Illustrated ADDRESS : : ^-BAKEWELL BROS., MUUH BRICI AND POTTERY WORKS , ' Ero&liiovESle, ocar Sydney. 'MY COLONIAL.' ALE ai)d ST0UT. KENT BREWERY, S1TID3STB'5r. T. J. BOWN k GO. Eqtaqliohed 1841. Engineer, G&ofltfc©ps, Plumbers, &c, BATHUiST SI, SYDNEY Pomps of all Descriptions. PLTJMBEBS1 AOT) &ASFITTEB81 KEQUlWSS. mm- The Recognised Oiotpe fof N.S.W. in FIRE ENGINES. Steam and Hand Power, HOSE, and ieoeral Fire Brigade Apparatus. Batlmatsio of all Work Promptly Qlvon on Ap...

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 — 3 August 1901

^^^^^^^^^1 HAVE IN STOCK AlSf TO ARRIVE ^^^^^^^g\ Ruston, Proctor & Co.'s PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. Patent eccentric motion THRESHING IMCHINE3. ' ? ^^^^p^^^ Centrifugal and direct acting PUMPS. Colonial type, cylindrical, multitubular, Cornish 7:;:; ; l^^^^^^^^Sf8 and vertical BOILERS. Broadbent's direct steam 'driven HYDRO-EXTRACTORS, for drying Wool :-| ^SSS^^^^^^^^Lx after scouring, extracting Tallow from Muat Refuse, producing Meat Extract. Williams-: J ^^^^^^fe^febspi^ Patent self-acting WOOL-WASHERS. THE SQUATTER'S TELEPHONE, for use on ordinary wire -'??$ NewTpVportabie* EngL. fences- KIRGHNERS SAW BECOMES and general WOOD WORKING MACHINERY. ? . ; - g For IPtniir-g-n-rnilT— Ti — ^pply fn ?« ? 1 aSPsilMj l£yR\ B.-H ILlL £$ \yOj, @^ trSTC SL, d#B^rlEiFi . ;?;' TVT A HP IT /^Tl\ IVT A I fire and marine risks @f every description accepted at lowest rathsj. ,; ? X ^ JLY\. ii 11 HwJ^ A i| ff™' ™ irrtf .;. ' Pully-aubscribed Capital - - £2,000,000. ? ..,:.,., . ,. .^BK^ ? '^ i...

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