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IN FRONT AND BEHIND. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 20 October 1900

IN FRONT AND BEHIND. ( By Valentine Day.) TBE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. The Criterion — East Lynne. Her Majesty's — La Tosca. The Palace — Thou Pool. The Royal — The War of Wealth. The Tivoli — Lottie Collins. The Standard — Marlow's Dramatic Company. The Town Hall — Organ Recitals. Cyclorama — Jerusalem and Illusions. Alfred D.inipier staged last Satur day night at the Criterion, All For Gold or Fifty Millions of Money, a play adapted from Eugene Sue's Le Juif Errant— a romance which caused a furore in France— by Francis Hop kins. The Star suggests it would be more fitly named The Wandering Jfw but the connection of the Jew with this drama is so slight that I think Mr. Dam pier might fitly cut out his spectral appearances, which in reality only interfere with action. If I rrmeraber rightly, Hopkins i managed one of Cobb and Go's. 'Victorian offices and wrote this play for the Misses Lily and Rose Dampier some 18 years ago or less, and in it their initial success was made. According to my c...

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

KENSINGTON RAGES. EVERY WEDNESDAY. FIRST EVENT 2.15 p.,,. six RACES. The most popular Pony and Galloway Track in the Colonies.

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

CRITERION THEATRE. Lessee & Manager, ALF. DA.MPIER ALFRED DAMPIER and his Popular Company, EVERY NIGHT (EXCEPT FRIDAY), 'EAST LYNNE' 'royal STANDARD. EVERY SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY. THE MARLOW DRAMATIC COY. llth Week of Uoab tted Success 11th. *' M'lis°. The Miner's Daughter.' CHANGE EVERY SATURDAY.

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 — 20 October 1900

ECHOES OF SPORT. ( By Nunquam Dormio ) The American eculler, George Llo.-mer, d icd at Boston (A.) on the 22nd August, iu his 42nd year. It will be rtmieinbered that the deceased ^iMill'T was beaten iu a match on the Thumps, in ! 880. bv Elias Laycock. Lie afterwards rowed third to 'the Bushman,' ns Laycock was then called, and Wallace Ross (who also died some time ago), in the race for the Hop Bitters trophy. In 1892, Jlosmer and the present champion, Gaudaur, beat Hanlan and O'Connor in a double sculling race for £200 aside, and the championship of the world. Twelve months afterwards he was beaten by Bubear, well-known in Sydney, over the Thames course for £200 aside, and the championship of the world. O'Connor, who has also joined the silent majority, was twice beaten some years ago over the Parra matta River course by Stansbury. The wife of a very wealthy Australian ? portsman was recently entertaining her guests, when, in alluding to some nvfonoiVP .aUflrafcinns and improve men...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.A.T.C. MEETING. CAULFIELD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 20 October 1900

V.A.T.C. MEETING. CJaulkield Cup. Sagacity ? 1 Cyanide ... ... 2 Kinglike ? 3

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

Advertising is to the merchant what Ploughing and sowing is to the farmer, magine a farmer trying to raise a crop by sitting on the fence as he looks over a ten-acre field wishing that a nice crop of wheat or corn would spring up in it. Ridiculous, isn't it P But not any more so than the merchant who hides a stock of goods away in a storeroom and then sits on the counter, hoping that people will come in and buy. — JSMrsville Courier.

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

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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 — 20 October 1900

CAYENNE. Charged as a first offender with drunkenness on a week day in Broken Hill — fined 2s. 6d. ; charged with being drunk on Sunday — fined ICs. And yet some folks say, ' The better the day, the better the deed.' The following is ati absolute fact, and it is said that history will repeat itself, if ever 1 the hon. member for Grenfell ' gets a show. A young attorney, anxious to show off, thus addressed the court, ' May it please « your iionor, una is u aiupeuuous IU question. Its decision by you this -J day will live in judicial history long after you and I shall have passed from this scene of earthly glory and 4 sublunary vanity ; when the tower of Pisa shall be forgotten, when Waterlio and Balaclava shall grow 'j. dim in the cycles of receding centuries when the names of Nelson, Napoleon ||i and Wellington are no longer re ft membered, when the pyramids of the Pharaohs shall have crumbled If into dust, when the hippopotamus [shall cease to inhabit its native Nile — even then yo...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Ages of Famous Women. BEAUTIFUL AT FORTY-FIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 October 1900

The Ages of Famous Women. BEAUTIFUL AT FORTY-FIVE When there is so much written nowadays about growing old grace fully and about preserving one's youth and attractive appearance, the mind reverts to the ages of noted women when they were quite popu lar. One wonders how Helen of Troy, Cleopatra, Anne of Austria, and a few other ancient beauties of the past, preserved their fascinations. Helen of Trov was over forty when she perpetrated the most famous elopement 011 record, and, as the siege of Troy lasted a decade, she could not have been very juvenile when the ill-fortune of Paris restored her to her husband, who, it is said, received her with unquestioning love and gratitude. Cleopatra was past thirty when Anthony fell under her spell, and her fascination for him had never lessened when she died ten years later. If one wishes to find more modern examples of the power of women over the opposite sex up to very advanced and mature age, we have the extraordinary case of De Poictiers, w...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Barney. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 October 1900

Barney. He lived in a mining township not far from the Murray, and was called Barney. What his surname was I have forgotten, but it does not matter now. Perhaps he never had one. At any rate, I do not think anyone ever took the trouble to christen him in the orthodox manner. When I first b saw him he was an exceedingly small j and ugly specimen of humanity — a j boy from whom one would involun j tarily avert one's eyes, for be was not j only ugly, but very dirty. He was ) clad in garments which tended to bring his imperfections into strong relief, for they consisted of a man's pair of trousers cut off square at the knees, and a man's coat, the tail of which trailed on the ground behind him, while the sleeves were turned outward and backward, exposing their red lining. Barney himself was as thin as a weasle, and taken altogether, as much like a scarecrow as boys are made. An accident which he sustained soon after our acquaintance began rendered him even more grotesque than Nature had...

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 — 27 October 1900

? ... - _ ? I s 'A wise merchant sends out 1 samples of his goods.' If ^-o:i re- | ceive this copy of 'The News- 1 letter ' as a sample, remember ?— the paper improves every week. 1 In less than four months its cir- | dilation increased tenfold, and ^ is now unapproached by any other n Penny Paper of its kind published | in tiie 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 THI: Australian Paper for | Australian People— and it fears no I rival! You may not receive another ® free copy ; therefore, show this one fj to your Bookseller, order future || numbers from 'him, or fill up the || subscription form, and send it on || at once to the Publisher of ' The Newsletter,' Sydney. 1

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 — 27 October 1900

Th® Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Ltd. Capital, ^250,000. lire, Marine, Fidelity, Guaran tee, I*lat-e Glass* Aceiaeuf, ami Employers Liability Insursinces Aceejited at lowest Current Hates. A.gtait;s wanted where not ttUi;/idy Kepwaented. tJ. HAGUE SMITH, Secretary. ^J'.S.W. 'Braneh — 78 PITT 8TREI0T, 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 — 27 October 1900

! IV T A Tl/^XT A F FIKK AM) MARINE RISKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ACCEPTED AT LOWEST RATES. I J[ [ \ Jj[ 1 [ \ I ^ Fully -subscribed Capital = - £2,000,000. I C^- Invested Funds ------ £3«9.33«. I ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? PROMPT SKTTL KIWI: NTS. UNDOUBTHI) SKCURITY. Fire and Marine Insurance Company of N.Z. ? ? — — W. A. GIBB, Manager, 14 Spring St., Sydney. The NATIONAL is the second j||:- wealthiest Colonial Company, iffi®.- and is in a position to under take every description of Fire K' . and Marine business on the fe 1 most favourable terms. PL' -? i Wolfe's *Scii snipps* j |.; j THE FEDERAL SPIRIT. UNVARYING IN QUALITY.. ^ L

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 — 27 October 1900

- ? ? ? . lif ^ T J{ N.8.W. Fresh Food & Ice Coy., Ltd. I SYDNEY, | The PIONEER ENTERPRISE of Australia in supplying Fresh Food to the People. ' | The P'ONEER ENTERPRISE for the Pasteurisation of Milk supplied in thousands of gallons daily - | to Sydney and Suburbs. | The PIONEER COMPANY for supplying to the New South Wales People, Fresh Fish and Game I from our own and every other clime. ! - I ' j . ? .1 The Fresh Food Company Founded the Export Frozen Meat Trade, which has earned millions for Australia. Every day, by means of its vast organisation, at its celebrated place of chilling, the Company brings the healthful, rich pastures of our dairy districts to the doors of every house in Sydney, enormously improving th^ food supply, and consequently the health of all Sydney. Tho Company as readily supplies every railway township, and every centre otherwise easily reachable witk fresh food of all kinds. ^ Creamery Butter, Cream, Milk, Australian, British, American, and New Zea...

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 — 27 October 1900

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. The country Press speaks very confidently of Mr. Terry's prospects for the Federal Senate. Mr. and Mrs. Carty Salmon have been baclc in Sydney during' the week, prior to their return direct to Melbourne. The latest news respecting the Hon. R. IL D. White is that lie is beyond recovery from the affliction under vvhicli he suffers. Mr. Varncy Parkes has 110 in tention of re-entering political life. He is sticking close to his pro fessional work and has good business in numerous architectural projects. Re military matters, it is well known that a foreign gentleman was very busy in Sydney several months ago inquiring as to am munition stores in this country — on behalf of Germany. The Jlyde district has lately been much exercised over the, reported coming marriage of a millionaire with a lady in the Pirramatta river district. It is now stated that the lady has declined— -for a variety of reasons. And it is known that her friends are glad. Speaking of marriages, rumo...

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 — 27 October 1900

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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 — 27 October 1900

PURELY BUSINESS. Neuralgia, Nervous Headaches, Scia tica, and Rheumatism in every form are relieved and cured by Salicydene when ; all other remedies fail. Obtainable from ;; all chemists. Wholesale from F II. ' Faulding & Co., lft O'Conneil-Htreet, Sydney. WMIIiW DOCTORS A I ! E I) I KFEU I NO VITADATIO is Curing, THAT'S THE DIFFEttKJfCiC. I TI'HKROrLOSrS CURED. TESTIMONIAL FROM MR. JOSEPH . EVANS. ' 7 Cobdcn St., South Melbourne, March 7, 19' 0. j;v-' Sir,— It is from real gratitude that I pen you these few lines. My daughter, aged 15. has had a wonderful experience with Vitadatio. The following will ; suffice ns a btief outline of tlm cn.se: — For .some 9 or 10 months she suffered from Tuberculo is on the Spine At first an absc» sa formed on the back of her neck ; it grew very larpe and painful. We consulted a leading local doctor, who advised her to attend the Homooopathic Hospital, whieh she did. There the doc tors operatei I. gave her some medicine, aud sent her home. ...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Daily Post" Case. IN JUSTICE TO MR. HOLMAN. M.L.A., AND HIS FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 October 1900

The 'Daily Post' Case. In J u stick to Mk. Holman, M.L. A., a .vn his Friends. In the last issue of The News letter, in dealing with the new Libel Act, reference was made to the case of the hnUy Pud, the labor paper which some time back ceased to issue. We find, 011 looking into the facts, that the references were unfair throughout, and we regret that, through an error of judgment, the long-defunct case was in any way revived. We believe, however, all concerned may be unconcerned in the matter, the' failure of the enterprise being one of those that no hu.nan energy perhaps could avert. Mr. PIol man, who was singled out for special reference in the arti le referred to, has proved himself in Parliament a constant, unselfish, and clean-handed representative of the people, one whose fearless loyalty to principle has earned for him the respect 1 ven of his oppon ents. He and Mr. Sam Smith have come creditably and honorably out of those proceedings which had special reference to an invest...

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 — 27 October 1900

CAYENNE. Recently on one of the men-of-war doing Australian duty a blue jacket who returned on board from leave on shore was repotted by the petty officer as drunk. The doctor was called and said, 1 Certainly you're drunk. Say chrysanthemum.' ' I'ar'n me, shir, I'm shober enough, but can't shay that word. Never e-c-could talk Scotch.' A country exchange recently mixed up a couple of pars in thia way : — » Mr. Barton was entertained by the Victorian Government to-day. Later the Breelong blacks broke into the place and took a large quantity of rations. Mr. Barton whs delighted with the welcome accorded hUn. The police have arrived, and are tracking the fugitives in the direction of Broken Hill, where Mr. Barton will deliver a federal speech.' One of the best known of our Australian poets tells a good story against himself. In his active journalistic days he was once sent to 1 do' an agricultural show for his paper. He knew nothing of agri culture, and cared less, but, on the whole, hi...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meaning of Common Chinese Words. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 27 October 1900

Meaning of Common Chinese Words. We arc reading just now of many Chinese districts, towns and rivers. Many of these geographical names doubtless appear repellant and unpronounceable to all except a few persons who are familiar with them, says a writer in the New York S'w. But if we had a better acquaintance with these names, and knew their meaning, they would be found to be full of interest. ? They are often condensed descriptions of the place or feature to which they are applied. They are far more instinct with life than many geographical names in other countries. Suppose we had never heard of Shanghai, for example, but knew the meaning of the two words composing the name. We would know at once that the ' City Near the Sea' must apply to a sea port. Yun ho means ' The River of Transportation,' and we natur ally infer that the waterway thus designated must be com mercially important. Yun ho, in fact, is the Chinese name of the Grand canal which plays so large a part in the freight s...

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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