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ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 15 September 1900

ECHOES OF SPORT. {By Nunquam Dormio.) The billiard match for £500 aside between Roberts and Weis has been arranged to the satisfaction of both parties, but it looks very mnch like a i gate-money speculation. W eis re ceivas a start of 7 000 in 21,000 aud the conditions are that the match is to be played about the 9th of October, one half of the game in Svdnev and the other in Melhonrne A sum of £300 a side was de posited, and the balance is to be made good on the 19th inst. Whether they are really playing for the money or not, it is certain the match will create great interest amongst ad mirers of the game, and will be the most noteworthy that has ever taken place in Australia. The first baseball match b.tween New South Wales and 'Victoria has ended very pleasantly for the repre sentatives of the elder colony, as they won the rubber on the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday last. The first match was won by Victoria by an innings and 2 runs, the second and third by New South Wales by ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY MATTERS. Spirit of the Press.— EXTRAORDINARY CASE. PECULIAR CONDUCT OF A CROWN MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 15 September 1900

COUNTRY MATTERS. j Spirit of the Press. — EXTRAORDINARY CASE. Peculiar Conduct of a Cbown Minister. The Mudgee Liberal states that 'probably nothing has ever caused more interest in the little mining town of Hill End than the recent develop ments in the Ackermann case. The arrest of the so far successful litigants on a criminal charge has created great indignation.' The paper then ~ „ f„ji ? IgUCO UU vu give IV IU11 IJlOtUAJ' WL LUC case, which appears to be that of some members of a family striving to jump a rich claim belonging to other mem bers of the same family, and failing in that, charging the owners in posses sion with stealing their own gold, instructions for the arrest of the ac cused being telegraphed from Sydney, a warrant following by post. The Liberal states that the wire was sent by Mr. Crick, P.M.G , the solicitor engaged for the prosecution. This seems incredible, but the paper goes on : As the day for the trial of the case approached, much speculation with regard t...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On the Iniquity of Being Scotch. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 15 September 1900

On the Iniquity of Being Scotch. (By Valentine Bay). The scribe, who must ink-stain paper in some guise or eatunbuttered bread, is often hard put to it for a subject. His mother-in-law and the loves of midnight cats exhausted, he is prone to fall back on another hackneyed subject — the shortcomings of the Scottish people. For such a theme, the rankness of provincial prejudices, the bigotry of early train ing, alike conspire to equip the cockney writer. The Scotch are im moral, drunken, mean, and without humor. Relatively, all these charges are foundationless. The Scots in itially provoked English dislike by the manner in which, after the Union, they rose to the top of the tree in every walk of life. To account for this and discourage it, something must be done and so Scottish success in life was put down to meanness and so on. Where there were few faults, some must be invented. Englishmen did not laugh at Scotch jokes ; the Scots did not laugh at English jokes. Now most national jok...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON RACES. EVERY WEDNESDAY. FIRST EVENT 2.15 P.M. SIX RACES. The most popular Pony and Galloway Track in the Colonies. TURFIANA GOSSIP. DIARY FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 15 September 1900

KENSINGTON RACES. EVERY WEDNESDAY. FIRST EVENT 2.15 p.m. SIX RACES. The most popular Pony and Galloway Track in the Colonies. TURFIANA GOSSIP. (By The Wizard .) DIARY FOR THE WEEK. Saturday. — A.J.C. Spring Meeting (Last day). Monday. — Forest Lodge Pony Races. Tuesday. — Roseberry Park Pony Races. Wednesday. — Kensington R.C. Pony Races. Friday. — Brighton Pony Races. The Derby is over, and after a lapse of 15 years (Richmond, 1875) the blue ribbon of the New South Wales turf, has crossed to the southern side of the Murray, accom panied also by the Trial Stakes, Epsom Handicap, and Spring Stakes, which were won respectively by Lan caster, Ampier and Paul Pry. The Victorian horses thus smote those of this colony very badly, the only crumb of comfort we have being the fact that though Ampier is owned by a Victorian member of the ring he was bred at Hobartville, by Mr, W. A. Long. Ampier's victory was a sad blow to believers in flash gallops on the training ground. When the weights fi...

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 — 15 September 1900

Owl Cut-Rate Drug Co., Consulting & Dispensing Chemists Out-Rate Price-List Forwarded Free on Application Da. CLARKSON'S Reinvigorator. We still offer £100 reward for any case we cannot cure. This secret remedy stops all drains and losses in 24 hours, restores frxW Sl^r\*\ vig3r, cures Nervous Debility, Varicocele, Prostatitis, ilM ' Y-r\ Kidney, Bladder, and all other terrible wasting effects .'iswl' ' w-.'s* caused bv vouthful folly aud excesses. Sent sealed and Sllft H th from Observation io any part of the colonies 7/6 bottle, 3 bottles for £1 ; guaranteed to cure. Pamphlet v¥-/ pnn4- fjvpp ELECTRIC BELTS RESTORE THE WEAK, RE FREKEl THE STRONG, REVIVE THE DEPRESSED, AOT LIKE A CHARM. REGULAR PRICE, 1 GUINEA. CUT PRICE, I - s. POST FREE. Country persons save your money. Don t squander it on quack nostrums before trying our New Belt. mTV^ Tiww-pnv -i xpTrr ESJPIL3E3?^Y DR. HUGHES' CELEBRATED REMEDY, PIT and. FITW. SEPILEP,'' has proved to be one of the wonders of the ago. ...

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 — 15 September 1900

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? - ? SPRING I ' SPMIM© FASHi©WS I JUST BPEKB « A BEASJTiFIt EMIT ! UEW PATTERST S T USTIEW MATERIALS I D. JONES i CO.. GEORGE STS.5 BTTlDlSTBrsr. Our Windows showing these Mew tods form one of tho Sights of

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 — 15 September 1900

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. Private letters by the American mail state that the well-known cele brated songstress, Fraulein Link, committed suicide quite recently in San Francisco. The two daughters of the Hon. Henry Moses have been married to military men in India. The news of the marriage of the youngest was received a few days ago. The two young ladies made a journey to the East not long ago with their mother, and the place appeared too attractive for them to return. Mrs. Moses re turned alone. The alliances are regarded with great satisfaction by those immediately concerned. Lady Lygon has made good the £100 loss sustained over the recent music competition, and it is under stood her ladyship was ready to go to the extent of £300. Now that Lady Lygon has gone, people are waking up to her real excellence and genuine ness in all works of a beneficial character. Miss Eadith Walker fairly dazzled the spectators with diamonds at the recent ball. Messrs. Hardy Brothers paid fifty guineas for ...

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 — 15 September 1900

A good ad. is a knife that cuts the string on many a purse Perhaps your knife is neither sharp enough nor large enough to fulfil the purpose— better add sense. ' Competition is the life of trade,' but if your competitor advertises and you don't, you will soon discover that competi tion is the death of your trade. ' Country friends will kindly note that our local representa tives connot be everywhere at one time, or know of everything that happens. We shall always be glad to receive pars and itemp, critical or news, of interest to the public, all c mmunicatioufl being received in strict confidence. For everything that is publiwhed in these columns the editor vrill take the responsibility. --?-- -!.»;?.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 15 September 1900

CHIT CHAT. (By The Snomr.J According to a Mudgee paper, the local medico is teating his patients regularly. A sort of male wet nurse apparently ! Hypatia Bradlangh Bonner, daugh ter of the late Charles Bradlaugh, continues to edit The Reformer — a sixpenny Radical and Secular monthly. In a late issue of the Catholic Press I discover in adjoining columns, ? Scribener ' twice for Scribner and * gobemanche ' for gobemuche. Colonel Bell says ' Australia should be a home — not a boarding-house.' Most of our haughty new chums view it in the latter light only. Geddis and Blomfield, part owners of the Observer , Auckland, have re surrected the Free Lance at Windy Wellington. N.Z. . ? ? 0 ? r - In reply to certain brethren who demanded a literal interpretation of the Word, Dr. Sample, a Presbyterian Moderator, said in the case of the woman who sat on seven hills this would presuppose a couchant capacity exceeding all precedent. Dr. Marten says that the average height of the Northern Scot is ...

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 — 15 September 1900

PTBE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N.Z. jfully subscribed capital.. .£2, 000, 000 Invested f undo ? £309,331 * Ffa® and Marine . Riuka of every description i accepted at lowest rates. The National ia the aecond wealthiest Colo nial Company; and is in a position to undertake every description. of Fire and Marine business on She most favourable terms, J IPEOMFT 0ETTLEMJ3Wm Unboujejtk© Security. I W. A GIBB, Manager, , 14 Spring* Street, Sydney. J i

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAYENNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 15 September 1900

CAYENNE. A 4 chairwarmer ' and a choms j girl are like a house, the older they get the more paint they need. In dividing the profits of christian ising China, it is believed that Russia will consent to take the territory and permit the other nations to have the converts. It is said that in China Rumor has a thousand lying tongues. It is pos sibly almost as bad here, but China, of course, is populated with Tungs and Li's. Marrickville Council is said to be Broken Li ill's only rival. The last meeting of the former ended suddenly with the promise of a free fight amongst the aldermen. 1 So Australia has got her Common wealth. We only wish to. state two facts. (1) That it isn't common in this office. (2) We have always said Advance A ustralia. — London Ex. The old 4 Old Hailoy ' is at last in course of demolition and a magnifi cent new file of buildings is to be erected on the spot. It was once about the chief emigration office for Australia — but perhaps we had better not sing about th...

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 — 15 September 1900

bi. a.?' .jp^dd. 5 Lm.i^ - . 1S7 El M WtA US IRJTHi ©ITMlEJSTr, ® YKMISY. . '= DB. GIBBONS, who is trebly qualified and regiutered in London and the Colonies as a ' physician and Surgeon, roooived his education in the English and Scotch Universities, and com pleted his studies! in the leading hospitals of Europe. He haa made a life-long: study of ./V JSeffwoeasi mmci ©B&ilm mtiiraeases. v Ho has, by diligent research, investigated tt eir origin and cause, and haa discovered the quickest and surest means of thoroughly curing them. He has, by his unequalled success, during a 5 : period of many yeai s, obtained the highest position in his profession. The various diseases em braced in hie specialty are those which have hitherto caused more misery and suffering1 than any ' ' other kind of trouble that affects the human frame. Tcdmqb©' 1513 ©im auradl ITBmmm? wlii© Wish to Marry, ? who, A the result of indiscretions or exoeimea of more mature age, suffer from any of the following ...

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 — 15 September 1900

BUBONIC PLAGUE.— FOR WALIN. Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence, is undertaken by - Dir. . xx. eEAiv go., 8 O'Connell-street, Sydney, 'Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and have disinfected the following premises : — Sydney Town Hall, The Bank of 19. S. Wales, The Manchester Manufacturing Co. Messrs. TIras. 1© La Rue & Co. Ld. Messrs Moss, Robinson & Co., Ld. Sydney Free Public Lending Libraty Messrs. John Keep & Son, Limited, ' Tho Australian Star,' The Union Bank of Australia Cape's Chambers, Eond-st. , Queen Victoria Markets, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. _ The Union Club Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Solicitors and others. EARLY APPLICATION FOR OPEN DATE,. IS ADVISABLE FVBliST ANXI BEST set ia vs mm. [ The day was young and not far spent, o As through the busy streets there went A youth (aB yet unknown to fame), ? Bearing aloft the woll-known name — 'DR. WAUGH'B.' His eye was bright, his form upright ; He held...

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 — 22 September 1900

In the Melbourne G.P.O. 16 Massey Harris cycles are used for pillar clearing and delivery of telegrams, the former work being very heavy, A return has just been prepared up to July 81st last, for the year ending on that date, show ing the total cost of repairs, etc., for the' 16 cycles to be £3 6s 9d,, or a fraction over 4d. per cycle per annum. Last year the cost, including a couple of accidents, amounted to lis. lOd. each machine. A striking comparison to these figures is to be found in the published report of the N.S.W. Postal Dfinnrfcmfillf: whorfl f.h« nnaf: n f ninnini, 78 bicycles of the various English and colonial makes amounted in 12 months to £917, or a cost of £1 1 12s. per machine. The Russian qualified physician, Dr1 Karl Sunell, returned from his trip to the leading hospitals and institutions in Europe, including Paris, Berlin, Hel singfors, Stockholm, and St. Petersburg, to Sydney by the Orient s.s. ' Oruba,' on the 22ud June last. He treats all his patients for all ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURELY BUSINESS. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FOR RESTERS, COURT SYDNEY PIONEER, No. 6022 [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 September 1900

PURELY BUSINESS. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FOR RESTERS, COURT SYDNEY PIONEER, No. 6022 If the regular monthly meeting of the average Court is only half as enjoyable a function as the smoke night of Court Sydney Pioneer, hold on Monday even ing, September 17th, then the T.O.F., apart from its insurance benefits, will soon become a potent factor in our social life. Owing to the limited ac commodation m tne uourc-room ac *83 George-street the gathering had to be curtailed to about 70, made up of mem bers of tho * court ' and their friends. Bro E. Laurence, Chief Ranger, pre sided, supported by Bro. J. Marshall, S.D. S.C.R., and Bro. W. C. Stott, D.S.C.R. The programme consisted of musical selections, instrumental and vocal, Mr. Sedgley rendering 'Thy Sen tinel am I' and ' (he Gallants of England.' Mr. Lynch was in excellent voice for ' Come into tho Garden, Maud,' and as encore gave 1 Tom Bow ling.' Later in the evening, this singer also rendered ' The Children's Home.' Bro. Stott, D S.C.R....

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 — 22 September 1900

DR. K. SUNELL, THE RUSSIAN SPECIALIST, Late from Leading Hospitals of Parip, Berlin, Stockholm, and St. Petersburg, arrived from Europe by tho S.S. Oruba 22nd' June, 1900. Specialist in Cancers and Tumors, Nerve, Blood, and Skin dis eases, Rheumatism, Sciatica & Lumbago. All Private Diseases are also treated after the most approved aud latest methods. Consultations strictly private, and letters destroyed after perusal. Special Con sultations by appointment. Consulting hours from 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 9. Address : No. 1 (First Floor), FOY'S CHAMBERS, Corner George and Bond-sts., Sydney, N B.—No quack business, nor extor tionate charges. (Mont ion this Pupor when writing.)

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 — 22 September 1900

KENSINGTON RACES. The Kensington Pony and Gallo way meeting took place on Wednes day, and favored with fine weather and a large attendance the manage ment had nothing to complain about. Minnie, a 2 to 1 on chance, was the only favorite that got home, but Isi3, Amanda, Tonic, and Irene, the subse quent winners, were well backed, the 4 books ' must have had the worst of the betting. Eesults Fourteen-three Handi cap: Bill Dean (Harkness), w.o., 1. Fourteen - one Handicap : Minnie (Whitbread), 1 ; Dolly, 2 ; True Color, 8. Trial Stakes : Isis (Hark ness), 1 ; Zeba, 2 ; Belltree, 8. Fourteen Hands Handicap: Amanda (Gallimore), 1 ; Sir Edward, 2 ; Cocos, 3 ; Fourteen- two Handicap : Tonic (Whitbread), 1 ; Mica, 2 ; Harold, 8. Kensington Handicap : Irene (Whitbread), 1 ; Lily, 2 j The Desert, 3. Mr. D. O'C. (in the L.A., Wednes day night): Are we in a museum? ( Pointing to the front Government benches) : Are they the statuses ? I One of the * Statutes ' : It looks as if we were in the Zool...

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 — 22 September 1900

A SUMMER HOLIDAY EXCURSION TO Til K MARVELLOUS WEST COAST SOUNDS OF NEW ZEALAND. IN JANUARY, 1901. 2Jth SEASON. ONE OF THE SPLENDID STEAMERS OF THE UNION LINE V\/ILL be despatched from Melbourne about 'Ll th December, 1900, taking Excursionists for an extended trip to thSe WEST COAST SOUNDS and EAST COAST PORTS OF THE MIDDLE ISLAND of NEW ZEALAND, calling afcHobart and touching at Stewart Is land en route, visiting the most famous of the Sounds, and affording Excursion ists an opportunity of viewing the Sutherland Falls (the highest in the world) during the stay of the steamer in Milford Sound. The trip, which takes the form of an extended picnic, will occupy about one month. PASSENGERS can proceed by the ordinary steamers of the Company from Sydney, either via Auckland or Welling ton, joining the steamer at Port Chal mers, or can rail from Sydney to Melbourne at special rates to connect with the steamer there. Excursions to Tasmania. The favourite 6teamera ' 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
Attractive Excursions. OVER SEA AND LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 September 1900

Attractive Excursions. OVER SEA AND LAND. Now that the summer is fast approach ing ou the Australian continent, many residents in the interior and elsewhere will be seeking to eacape the almost torrid heat of the summer months, and probably no better means to this end can be found than by takiug a trip to New Zealand or Tasmania in one or other of the magnificent steamers be longing to the Union S S. Company of New Zealand. Their service} are fre quent and regular between all Aus tralian, Tasmanian and New Zealand ports, and offer inducements to the pleasure-seeking public or the inralid in search of health that are unsurpassed in any part of the world, the itinerary afforded by their systematic tours, reaching all the attractive spots in New Zealand and Tasmania The steamers engaged in the service include the mag nificently appointed ' Monowai,' ' Mo koia,' ' Waikare,' 'Mararoa,' '(Donah/ &c., the first-nimed up till recently having been employed in the Royal Mail service b...

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 — 22 September 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. The Government is said to be suffering from a severe attack of latent d.t. The Minister for Labour promises a bill to regulate the working hours of bakers. Said that a certain bumptious M.L.A. looks like an encyclopedia ? Jl 1 11 _ ? -*Y ?» I ana lanes HKe a primer. i\ ame : The Ag* is credited with having on several occasions made a cabinet. 'The D.I. is trying the same game. Mr. Storey's nightly speech is said to be like a serial ' blood and thunder yarn ' — to be continued in our next, Mr. George Anderson, M.L.A., complains that his speeches are not reported. George should be a grate ful man. Mr. J, C. Neild (who had the floor) : * I'm sorry I'm interrupting the conversation of hon. members.' Interrupting ! The Federal elections are coming 011 and the people are beginning to sing 1 God Save Australia.' Well they may ! Mr. O'Sullivan declares that the ':u- left by the late Government will - 10 years to wipe out, How ? ? will the promises of the present jrnment ta...

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