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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 17 February 1900

WAUGH'S ? ♦ | THE VERY BEST J ? I isrsm I * CUSTARD POWDEftl 1 ?' A ? „ - - -^-Tr ? ? ? ? — — : ? ? — ' Ofo-taiii»l-le Everywhere. TJtiY A. PACKET^fW'- J , ? tjse3 oisrijir ' :^i( FRY'S MALTED COCOA J Strongest and * ' 'ltz| rao BEBSTBr- ? , . The day was young and not far spent, As through the busy Btreets there went A youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing alolt the well-known name — 'DR. WAUGH'S.' His eye was bright, .his form upright ; He h«ld his banner to the light ; Ilis- business there, to advertise I The Powder famed for Cakes and Pies — ' DR. WAUGH'S.' ? .*..?* _i_L .. Nor Bnow, nor icfe»£&ve^seen^ahoufc, As lustily that youth dj'u tiToUrr- N^ ^ 'If Baking Powder you would _ choose, v''- — - And not know which the best to use, GET 'DR; WAUGH'S.'' ' Oh Rtay 1' a maiden said, ' Oh stay I And tell me ; when I cook to-day-'. What Baking Powder shall J try ?' The youth he answered with a cry— 'GET DR. WAUGH'S.' ' Listen, frienci,' an old man said, ' My wife she does no...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Early Closing Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 17 February 1900

The Early Closing Act. I In spite of all the information already given with regard to this enactment by the daily papers, its provisions are still imperfectly understood, and we have been asked to devote a little space to its description. In the first place, there are two Metropolitan districts — Sydney and Newcastle. In those, all shopkeepers— except such as may be otherwise specially provided for — are expected to declare which day — Saturday or Wednesday — they will select for the half holiday and are by such declaration bound for 3 months. If Wednesday be chosen, the shopkeeper will close on that day at 1 p.m. and on Saturday at 10 p.m. ; and on the other week days at 6 p.m. If ' Saturday be selected for the half holiday, then on that day the shop keeper shall close at 1 p.m. but shall be permitted to remain open Ion Friday until 10 p.m., while, on the other four week days, he shall close at 6 p.m. In the country districts there shall be no choice after a poll has been taken by ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 17 February 1900

fa 'fllflttt,' A FREETRADE BULLETIN

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

Not long agflu . ney clergyman^U a bazaar, vrithY ..'' \ neoessary adjanol rafB.es, to clear;***? debt on his brother cles^ffia'wai however, up irfllMns a\ tho bare monlM, auch'an immoral 'pi^ tice, and succeeded — Qtopping tho^rallb r ^n of tho busmeS17' So)Q time afterwards ? 'th clerical raffle : rStoppo. removed to arC'SdJ^ftDiij j colony. Beforci^f ''afl ing, ho took a 1 ? al brand new plate la ^ N been presented a member of congregation, ^ asked her to up — not to . abu3 but be sure -n-i , r. them all, so thiv v,(.d they como^P |Mv b ay th ey^' ||!jcL- ' i 6 used.' — Evening | * correspondent. One of the old esquires in Mal don, Massachusetts, had a slave who had been in the family until he was about 70 years old. Perceiving that there was not muoh work left in the old man, hia owner took him one day and made a somewhat pompous ad dress to the following effect : — : ? You have been a faithful ser vant to me and to my father before mo. I have long been thinking1 j what I should...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

The Aiucrici , v»-./ W* Platform Tru ? ' j , ? Waggon know® ^ 'hand! ? I j /ffl Ourries from 30cwC«lo ^ W 8 .tons. ?t|i^'' IN -A-TMCKXtlC A. If a man wants to shift quarters he dosen't adll o^t ' he has a 'HANDY,' and where tho ' HANDY ' goes the house and householi ?*, -j go with it, in one lump IE he wants timber he, only goes once for it; but (iH^ ! C the 'HANDY ' goes with him. ? If its grain, or fruit, or firewood, he comes aloijijB »' \ with his ' HANDY ' and, no matter whether it be one ton or eight he has, the '6o$ . \ trip does it. ? . ^10 - So Y o Ought to Gret a Handy. || ; Write us first for full Particulars, V E. D. MORRISON & 00., O'Oonnell Street, Sydney. ^||f^ [?] r the Country Milk Trade ; the Factory Pioneers of 8-gtem of Butter-making (which has done so much, for tho colony and colonies) ; the Creamery System of Butter-making (which has done more) ; Re frigeration; Ice-making. -. . ia * -'Cream, Ice, Butter M«PRmciPAL places Fish, Game, Poultry, Pastry, Sc...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Great Kent Brewery (Tooth's, Ltd.) [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

y ? The^Zreat Kent Brew es-y (Tooth's, I*td.) , The Qreat Kent Brewery (Tooth's, Ltd.), is one of the ! famous old industries established in New South Wales whioh keep abreast of tho times. Indeed it holds to-day the position it has held for close on half a century — that of the prem er enterprise of the kind in this country. Year by year the Kent Brewery has prepared itself for a developed trade, and it may be said that the establishment ia equal to any of the historic breweries of England, Scotland, or Ireland. As an in dustry, it is representative of Australian oapital and energy, and has given a signal lift to the improvement of the Australian brew generally. The works are a magnificent site, and a monu ment to the plan, system and hygiene, reflecting great credit on those immediately respon sible for the active and aotual work of the establishment. Perfect brewing, we know, oan only be effected on the basis of perfect cleanliness, and in this regard aa the food factory, the Ken...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS FOR CANTERBURY PARK RACES. FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

TIPS FOR CANTERBURY PARK RACES. r Flying Handicap. Yiotob^- ? 1 Beauvoir ? 2 Bob Up ? 8 ' \ ' Park Stales. Noble Lady ........ 1 Crinan ? 2 Poona ? 3 Stewards' Mile. Undaunted . . ? 1 Manganese ? ... 2 Merralie ? ? 3 Jumpers' Flat Race. Soldier ? 1 Abedare ? 2 Pebble ? 3 Canterbury Handicap. Willie ? 1 Arquebus II ? 2 Wyalong ? 3 Shorts. Manganese ? I Beauvoir ? 2 Loch Katrine ? 3 Tho Rosehill meeting on Satur day last was well patronised, and the few ' regulars ' who remained at home must have felt on good terms with themselves, when they saw how the six races on the pro gramme eventuated. The Hurdle Race was simply a repetition of the Bushmen's Contingent Hurdle Race whioh was run at Raudwick on tho previous day, as Aberdare again beat John Rid pretty well as ho liked. Seeing that he had to carry a 71b penalty most people thought that Aberdare would go under, but, no, he won, if any thing, easier, which once more goes to prove that a few pounds is neither here nor there when a hor...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tempted to Kill. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

Tempted to Kill. Ye dwellers in cities which fringe some sweet bay, Braced up by sea-breezes, bedren ched by sea-spray — By the splash of the sea-born spray; With your comforts and homes, all that renders life dear, What reck you of dangers that lie in the rear — Of deserts far, far in the rear ! There are waterless plains, far le moved from your ken, Where privation has slain by the thousand its men It means tardy death to most men ; And a skeleton oft where the stranger doth ride, Perplexed, to the track is sole sign post and guide — A speechless but trustworthy guide ! In the scrub covered ranges that lie farther back ; Beware of the poison-tipt spear of the black — Swift-whirled, whizziDg spear of the black ; In the shanties you strike, as home ward you come, Beware of the poison concealed in their rum — Brain-dazing, nerve-drugging bush rum ! I will tell you a story, snug men of« the coast, A true yarn, by heavens, and no idle boast — No bragging and bouncing bush boast ; Just ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

|| Th© Colonial Mutual Fire M Insurance Company, Ltd. {topital, ^850,000 Marine, Fidelity Guaran ||M Plate Class, Accident, and I wwloyers JLiafoility Insurances MRHKpted at Lowest Current HHH Mates wanted where not already ' ' | represented. g. HAGUE SMITH, Secretary. ' ' 1 N.S.W. Branch— PI1T STREET, SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

Things in General. The pejple of Narrabri are highly indignant that the members of the Bush Contingent were not provided with free passes to visit their friends in that district ere Bailing. The publicans, of course, are especially annoyed ; also the storekeepers to whom they owe money ; likewise the children who would have preferred the visit to that of a circus; moreover, the girls object, for they say it is thrill- ' ing to be hugged by a man, all belts, buttons, and spurs, who may be dead-meat before the bruises left by those projections have died away. Narrabri should get Hughie Boss to go to the Governor and complain. It is a bit off-side on a town that plays football on Sundays ! ^ ? Oyril Henry Sandham, the journalist who died so suddenly from an aneurism of the heart at Balmain last Wednesday week, was a six-foot, good-looking man and about 47 years of age. He was a smart wiiter and a leader from hia pen, headed ' Tot© or Take-down,1 appeared over ina initials in these oohu...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORN COBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

CORN COBS. — — o ? The Sydney Worker says that Dundee is notorious among Scottish towns for infantile morality . Was it Clarence who drowned himself in a butt of Malmsey ? A Bydney pressman seems emulous. It appears that all who bathe in ' public view, even if clad from top to toe, are liable to be fined. An American senator s safe- cure for chronic drup^ennesa ig that the o patiesjt^liair'be born again. 4 Said the Barber ' in the Star is 7' a long way below the usual stand 1 grcd of its reputed writer. In fact, it's mullock. _ Larry Foley had a very high * ibpiaion of the Marquis of Quens , berry. Says he was white all . through land game as a pebble. 'wfl I ? Mi'8. M'Oanty : ' An' ye've raised '' quoite a big family, Mrs. Murphy?' Mrs. Murphy with pride : ' Seven |»o!ac0mm, Mrs. .M'Oanty.' The Heydon appointment is a most extraordinary one. The con ditions attached to it appear un necessary and contradictory. Desmond Byrne, late of the' Age , is now on the Daily Mail, London. Iris...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Art Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

At the Art CJallery. 1 l[ ? Of the three new pictures recently, purchased by the trustees, My Crown and Soeptre, by F. E. Gotch, though apparently a panel, is already cracking. Well enough painted, it is a common-place thing and utterly without force, meaning, or, ideality. By B. Priestman, Homewards represents a river-fiat whose foreground is filled by cattle grazing or drinking while driven to their byres by loitering children. Toned in neutrals, it is well worth ? a place in the gallery. The White Feather by John Lavery is reminis cent 0$ Tom Roberta, The heafl and shoulders oi a lady draped in Mack, atop whose sombre hat waves one white feather while another uoutloa under its rim, this is a very effective picture. Like the one previously mentioned, it requires to bo looked on from afar off. Now tho ordinary Sydney picture viewer goon close up to such, pictures, sticks an obtrusive nose in them briefly, as if smelling the ].)ain-;, and then saunters off, growl ing- ' Ho Good ' ! ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Smoke and Spit Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

Tho Smoke and Spit Brigade. We're the blokes as comic pipers calls the Smoke an' Spit Brigade ; We're as hot as fire can make it — nigh 200 in the shade ; You may know us by our hawkin' an' the jerkin' on our jaws, An' who is goin' to stop us ?— 'taint agin' the blanky laws ! So we blocVs up all the corners as io handy to the tote — ' ' ' It's the only chance a cove 'as got to earn hisself a note ; Ail' we joatles all the judys as is gapin' in the shops ; An* no ono thinks o' shiftin' us — -' ' i,,1 wo'fl sudding death to cops ! i1' 1} ' Y 08, wo might spit in the gutter or 'it / , on tho blanky blocks, if, , But we slops it on the hashfelt /-rf ' 'cause it spiles the donahs' frocks. V' li'M I ? ,ij. For whether we smokes, or /Hi,;} whether we chewo, An' whether we munches, or i:i, whether we booze, ^ An' whether cig's out, or ;? whether ci^'s lit, We spit, spit, spit, down George an' Pitt And make things gay in King b: and Castlereagh— i.. We're the champeen pavemingt ^ stiners uv ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gore and Glory. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

Gore and Glory. The Bushmen will be armed by the British Government. We have nearly 30,000 Martini Henrys, Lee-Enfields, and 3 03'sin ofcook. W&-: p'-- — ? ? wv- ' We have 8000 magazine rifles in ® «. otock and about 4000 on the way out to Sydney. Ib it possible that the recently re pi: ported Victorian loss is identical |k with that when Eddy fell ? fe Soo saved .-61500 by ordering his I' . , S'OS ammunition from Britain in l^oS'ot Melbourne and got it The Queensland Contingent's f horaes are nearly all daad or dying, f, ' It ia impossible to obtain remounts. Melbourne expects Sydney to isosid her orders for ammunition, V which Vie. can only execute by way otQxezt Britain. Cheek! Our Auerralasian troops are be mnninir io auiXer and the Patriotic f SKM soon begin to Ml tho : - nteady pull of a® dead hand' 1 A son of George Anderson, M P . for Waterloo, sailed with the Lan cers for South Africa last week. Victoria, New Zealand, and Queensland have sustained the most serious l...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURFIANA. DIARY FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

TURFIANA. DIARY FOR THE WEEK. v Saturday.— Canterbury Park Races Saturday. — Newcastle J.C. Races. ?Saturday. — V.A.T.O. Races (at u... . Caulfield), Third Day. Monday. — Forest Lodge J.C. Races. Tuesday. — Rosebery Park Pony -- Races. Wednesday.— Kensington R. C. Pony Races. Friday.— Brighton Pony Races.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

mm- ? ? : — ~ ^ ? — t»l H ' \ujflfjteut-R.ate„Dru'g Co, Consulting- & Dispensing1 Chemists. -1 } Cut-Rate Price-List Forwarded Free on Application _ f Kit- OLARKSON'S Reinvigorator. We still dffer T V '5 £10 - reward for any case we cannot euro. ThiB secret ^ !I|J || remedy stops all drains and 'losses in ? 24 hours, restores viS)Ti cures Nervous Debility, Varicocele, Prostatitis, Sin tl;rr4 Kidney, Bladder, and all other terrible wasting .effects caused by youthful folly and .excesses. Sent sealed and ''''A 't'/' J ' \yVi wf Wf7$* free from observation to any part of the colonies, 7/6 7M| , ,r bottle, 3 bottles for £1 ; guaranteed to cure. Pamphlet 1 'WV-' m'TWy Post Free. . ? ? ELECTRIC BELTS RE8TORE THE WEAK, RK ( '/ 5*-- FRESH THE STRONG, REVLVE THE DEPRESSED, ' A1 LIK E A Cjl ??-liM. REGULAR PRIOE, 1 GUINEA. OUT PRICE, 10s. I j'Br FREE. \* Country persons save your money. Don't squander it on J'jjiuMack nostrums before trying our New Belt. EPILEPSY DR. HUGHES' CELEBRATE...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political Patter. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

Political Patter. Sleath, M.P., goes to South. Africa ' on his own.' Speaker Abbott so far betrays no desire for the N.S.W. Agent Generalship. Max Hirsch went for Bruce Smith with an American axe at the Freetrade Conference. By George, he did ! Not long ago, the wife of Tom Fitzpatrick M.P. broke her leg and now his daughter is burnt to death. Poor old Tom ! Francis Clarke, opposed by H. R. Brideson and P. 0. Basche has a walk-over for the Hastings Macleay. Like cabbages planted in rows We sat in respectfullest attitudes, Admiring the candidate's clothes, Applauding the candidate's plati tudes. — Clipper. Copely, M.P., and Labor-member Guthrie of 8. A. without any diffi culty made idiots of themselves r»y hauling down the flag at Govern ment House because it was not wholly British. If Australia be not British enough for any man, it is useless for him to seek more of the British spirit elsewhere — in England or out of it. Copley and Guthrie ought to colonise an island for themselves....

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Front and Behind THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

In Front and Behind | By Valentine Day.*] THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME The Lyceum—Never Too Late To Mend. The Royal — Trilby. The Criterion — The Tivoli Com pany. Her Majesty's — Henry V. Town Hall — Civic Concerts. , Cyclorama — Jerusalem and Illu- I sions. j' Bondi and Coogee — Aquaria. (;. J Probably had I now seen ' Trilby ' /f for the first time, I should regard ??? flk the performance as much worthy of $. praise as does the Neiw, As it is, / * I have no hesitation in saying the \ present is not a full patch on the \ Lyceum performance of some years past. Even then Edith Crane was wanting in the girlish levity and spontaneity which should charac terise Trilby in the earlier aots. 'ITy \ Now, with the weight of years and » r I increased avoirdupois added to the f: v1jf ^ roughening and uncertainty of j|.' i j voice caused through bronchial||. I ! troubles, her enaotment of the|| f Bohemienne is by so much farthej$$: I removed from what it ought to b$]j| I - Tyrone Power says that he and...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

tDtf.%'1 Ii.ffi.CJ.IP.ES.$ a.HB.C.0.13. % ILi.MI.M.(D.0.]E.9 Mc„ *'?' -my isELim/inBisTrno s^mism1, oitedmieit. He DIt. ' GIBBONS, who in trebly qualified and registered in London. and tho ColonieB aa a I ?PftTiyBicJttu At)J Smgeon, received his education in the English and licotch Universities, and com iBfc hie studies in the leading: hospitals of Europe. He haa made a life-long study of f I :M©C\7-DBSO SiGBdl CMlSLUim HMocmaes. V Ho hafl. by diligent research, investigated their origin and cause, and 1ms discovered the liuic' -?«t and surest means of thoroughly curing1 them. He has. by hia unequalled success, during a I £poit,ri of many yearn, obtained the higheet position in bin profession. The various diseases em , d in his ppeeialty are those which have hitherto cauiicd more misery and Buffering1 than any &ndt- kind of trouble that affects the human frame. *onW-a-mmfv; Iulerro cibbciH Trfta©pj© wSu© WfioBi to Marry, ®®'-V'as tho result of indiscretions or excesses of mo...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 24 February 1900

BBJIAE5 BRICK WORKS i; ERSKINEtflUi, NEAR SYDNEY BAKEWEil BROS. ? Q ft ... E!amitta{faiGStaB*®irs of ^gaflik :/gf BRICKS, . jl SANITARY WARE (all descrip tions), TILES (decorative and other kinds) MAJOLICA WARE, ^ EARTHENWARE. p ? POTTERY IN ALL BRANCHES. ' t ' vV: — ' — . ' ?:'$ Estimates given. Send for illustrated Catalogue. , ? Address : BAKfcWELL BROS , BEULAH BRICK AND TOTTERY WOBK ERSKN IEVILLE (near Sydney).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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