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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

Tine' Menial Ilaital Fir® InstiirMC© Cempaey, Ltd. Capita! a Fire, Marine, Fidelity, Guaran tee, Plate (Glass, Accident, and Employers Liability Insurances Accepted at lowest Current Kates. Agents wanted where not already R ^preeented. S. HA.GUK SMITH, Secretary. N.S.W. Branch— 78 PITT STREET, SYDNEY

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Journalistic Reminiscences. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

Journalistic Reminis cences. By Valentine Day. Herbert H. Sp xmer, better known to his intimates as 'Jack,' the Evening News' war correspon dent and artist, wh - died recently at the age of 35, in Bloemfontain Hospital, from enteric fever, leav ing a widow and two children, was a bright, smart, active, well s£t-up fellow and a gojd ornpanio ?, but by no means the saint arid genius UUUllUUUU bliaU lb IB X1UW abbUUlMWtTU in so ue quaiters to paint him. Of his bravery, however, and his de votion to duty there can be no d -ubt. I fi 8t met Jack Spooner about 13 or 14 -earB ago when he was doing a little news collection for the Globe , an evening Protectionist paper then published in the offices afterwards occupied b.y the Star, and at a later date by' the fish-fag of journalism. He had than been in this country a year or two— for a time as ' colonial experience ' on a station and later as roust-abou' with a survey party. Then I think he joined a company which was play ing at the Opera H...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gore and Glory. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

Gore and Glory. A health to Major-General Ba-* en-Powell — the hero of Aus- j tralia's record drunk ! j Reported that General Botha's brother was captured by young I Windeyer. i Robert Stephenson, the great \ engineer, was Baden-Powell's god- I father. 1 One is glad that the persistent ' I Colonel Plumer assisted at the re lief of Mafeking. i The bull ts were bursting all \ round u* like soda-water bottles. — \ Piiva'e Mi-.Lelland. ' The other day we spoke of the J| Daily Mail instead of the Daily Ntws in connection with Archibald Forbes. Another back-down has taken place over those military appoint ments to the Lancers of which we recently spoke. Australasian jealousies appear to have been quenched by massing our troops wi'h the Canadians under Major-General Hutton. New Zealandqro jpid Queens landers profess to dislike the new arrangement and say that they desire au'onofoy. i The late Joubert said that the ^ B era shot the officers in preference v because they had ne quarrel with {...

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 — 26 May 1900

In Fiont aid Bshind. [By Valentine Day.] THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. Her Majesty's — Magda. The Royal — Two-night Revivals. The Tivoli Variety Company. The Lyceum — The Criterion- East Lynne. The Palace. — Victor — Illusionist The Town Hall — Farewell Organ Recitals. j j .M.C.A.— Elsie Hall a Recitals, (yvlorama— Jerusalem & Illusiono. Dainty Irene Franklin, the de mure and plump enchantress with the tiny foot andtheTitianf sque top knot, wins her way by reason of. her ease and unnffectedness- Mak ing no viaible effort towards effect she is effective 'all the time. Her art i« sjp^r simple, her ways so natural Jliat she snares you in the mes^uo of her auburn locks while wonder what is tickling you so. Irene is deceptive, so beware! She makes no pr-3tensrons to beauty but she is a toothsome morsel ; and Yank from her oweet pink lips sounds most as good as Italian. Her gestures are few but they are convincing and her flour- white hands talk in a most attractive fashion. The folks war...

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 — 26 May 1900

TURFIANA. DIARY FOR THE WEEK. Saturday. — Sydney Turf Club Races. Monday. — Forest Lodge Pony Races. Tuesday. — Rosebery Park Pony Races. Wednesday. — Kensington Pony Races. Thursday. — Brighton Pony Races. Continuing a condensed account . of racing in the ' good old times ' ^ it may be mentioned that Charley Obee who purchased Chevalier from Mr. Redwood, of Nelson (N.Z.) for £500 was not long in getting on a match with Mr. Gh T. Rowe, who backed Gratis £qt £300 . ' aside, two miles, weight for age. The race came off in due time at Homebuah on the 18th August, ; 1856, when 100'a to 40 waa freely laid on Gratis (Higgeroon) who won without an effort in 4min. llsecs The time, however, can not be taken as any orifcerioa ao they cantered for half the distance. ? It may be mentioned that Charley -?-; Obee was associated in many gam bling transactions with Bill Nash, 1 a gambler who was reported to be * worth a million ! In the sixties he offered the Cowper administration £100,000 for Gard...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political Patter. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

Political Patter. Parliament meets on June 5th. A H. Jac »b, Chairman of Com mittes for the Council, is ill. The Elector very much regrets the defeat of C. C. Kingston for the Council, S A. The 8. A. Legislative Council has still a majority againBt household suffrage. Sir William John Lyne, but why not 8ee-M*G. ? After all those lovely patriotic speeches ! Richard Sleath and B. B. O'Conor have got back from Boor land crowned with notoriety. From far, Dick Sleath discharg a a shaft at Colonel Neild, M.P., whom he styles tho Paddirgton Pompom. Arthur Griffith declares that if caucus divisions were publicly chronicled some electorates would suffer in the matter of grants. . This is a grave reflection on party government. The well-being of the people is apparently secondary to the existence of a Cabinet. Dick Sleath and B. B. O'Connor were taken for Boer spies at Bethulie. Just as they expected to start grave digging they wore released. Arthur Griffith does not know whether or not his p...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Plaguey Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

Plaguey Pars. | Rats are 3d each at Adelaide. Eight Chinese cases, seven deaths. Eastern average. Now they are going to inspect the Chinese quarters— high time! Cases to Friday 246 ; number of deaths 88. Average increasing. At present in Sydney the average number of cases is 2 daily. At North Botany 5 Chows sleep in a room 14ft. by 14ft. without air or light. In these crowded bedrooms are also stored ' ripening ' bananas and melons. ' I do so like to deal with the Chinamen — they are so civil and obliging.' — Average Housewife. At Melbourne, Dr. Gresswell has discovered the presence of bubonic germs in kittens — usually supposed to be immune. Several places of business have been closed in Smellful Smelbourne. They won't have so much to say about Sydney now. The Minister for Labor has actually discovered that the j -b of cleansing has been a bit spun out and so has lowered wages. High time he moved. Inspectors are lowered from 20s. to 15s. daily; man with horse and cart gets 10s. ins...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

§£ SW EIMSAIBESOTQ 'OTPIISIIIS^ GTflTBDmSTZ'. ;|-^:- »'.. ' P]Bf- GIBBONS, who io qualified and tejriotcreil la London and tlio Colouie an a !$£»?. . hfttda n'd Burgeon, iceoeived hio education in tho English and licotch Universities, and com ' ' let his studies in the leading hospitals of Europe. He has made a life-long study of . . i£J©E5\7@Gao ami©! QDsQbq DDOoeoGea. ' Ho has, by diligent research, Investigated their origin and cause, and luto discovered the ? quickest and aurcat means of thoroughly curing them. Ho has, by his unequalled success, during a period of many years, obtained tho highest position in Ma profession. The various diseases em ' 'U' brooed in hia specialty aro those which have hitherto caneed more misery and suffering than any ? other kind of troublo that affects the human frame. WMMimtz .ISO ©cd emcH irtBOJE© .wDdc® WlcEn ft© ' who, as the rcatflt of indincs'otionu or oxcessea of mora mature age, suffer from any of tho following oymptoms, namely:— Frequent h...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Corn Cobs. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

Corn Cobs. - Qutea Victoria was 81 last Thursday £-he is a marvel j * A man is not a sardine because he lives in a tin house.' If it were otherwise some of out bush towns might be re-named Sardinia. The idiotic people of Sydney are 1 so plague scared still that fish can't J 1 be sold. - Consequently the fishermen at Lake Hlawarra and elsewhere are practicably ruined. The Thompson steam motor car has jnst completed a successful road trip from Bathurst to Melbourne. Illawara Mercury says that the lady stall-holders at a Wollongong bazaar ' deserve a big kudos of prats*' ! The latest crank is the man who wore a tinware suit n«»xt his skin to cure his maladies The usua Australian tiger has arrived. The monster is running wild in the Kurrajong mountains. Three girls saw him. Women inveigh against the filthy practice of spitting? and do their best to condone it by skirt sweeping the sidewalks The Dan ish inventor, a foundry man, of the modern method of pre serving eggs, sold the secret to...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

- - v.'V' » ?' * ' f '* r ?» jr' ? * \ '? ' ' ' / ^ ' '!.*?? ? wl- ;.'Clit-Ra(0 ; Drug t*o.j Consult^ '&- i)ispensi% Chemists : Out-Bate Price-List Forwarded . Free on Application 'Da. OLARKSON'S Reinviffomtor. We still offej *£9 ? ' /C £10;) reward, for any case wd cannot cure. This score! feiil'U. ' ?M^Su/'HW07 ' -'Wm remedy. Btopo all drains and losses in 24 hours, reatorei v*(Pr» cures Nervous Debility, Varicocele, Prostatitis R»^!br,^i fcftP pv l'- l Sidney, 'Bladder, and nil other terrible vesting effect) f j oKn'i, t Wjm&jjf \(f( /?-;? caused .by youthful folly and excesses. Sent sealed anc | ?- ^jr-/ from observation to any part of the colonics, 7/C bottle, 3 bottles for £1 ; guaranteed to euro. Pamphlet °ELE0TRIC BELTS RESTORE THE WEAK, RE Vr ;:'- : . ' ^-i/G fresh the strong, revive the depressed, £-; .., J. ? ? ? ACT- LIKE a CHARM. REGULAR PRICE, 1 GUINEA . CUT PRICE, IPs , - POST FREE. %* Country persons save your money. Don't squander it 011 iV'v v quack...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

fbR. WAUCH'S- * | THE VERY BEST \ H . ' ? 1 i ' , ? ilara-J ♦ CUSTARD POWDER ? ? ? ?— ? ? ? ? ; ? ? ? - _ **' — — — . . 'i ':|A|-.Ol-ta;iiiail-le ?' JET very where. * / JW0'' TJBLY A. PACKE T. ; ;l ?«*ftr ? ? ? ; ? ? ? ? ? ? ' ???? ? ? -????. - ' ' ^JSB OJSFJLTSr ? ? 1' FRY'S MALTED COCOA --?$£ Strongest and BesL—UeaM. , ;:-4C ? .. '--^Z ' Ill SE^-CJERIB^T ? A,n7Xl ^iiSfn 'set » raii » iifi|3Phe day was young and not far spent, ? through the busy streets there went $$&? youth (as yet unknown to fame), ' ??. I^Pearing aloft the well-known name — Wi- 'DR. WAUGH'S.' 1 $$£? v; eye was bright, his form upright ; ^Bte held his banner to the light ; ,'.?'?'44 .^|i0 business there, to advertise 1/'M. Powder famed for Cakes and Pies — ' DR. WAUGH'S.' ;i* K ^Rd* snow, nor ice, weie seen about, ' H 0LB lustily that youth did s-hout ; :: &jpt: Baking Powder ycu would choose, ? 1 ' o;- tfj^nd not know which the best to use, 1 '3§ fH GET 4 DR. WAUGH'S.' ' : pph Btay 1' a maiden sa...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Who Pulls the Strings? [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

Who Pulls the Strings? According to Rose, MP., in New South Wales there are 656 holdings, averaging 31,000 acres each, and totalling over 20,000,000 aores. In the RiveriD a, 193 stations average 47,000 acres each, and between Narrandera and Hay there are estates which have 70 miles of railway and 80 miles of water frontage. All this was a prelude to the demand of a deputation for the passage of a Closer Settlement Bill giving the Government power, as in New Zealand, to purchase land by setting aside £100,000 yearly to that end. It is true that in New Zealand, the Government has resumed 243,000 acreB at a cost of £1,200,000, on which the interest obligations are £42.000 yearly while the rental amount* to £57,000, but it ia also true that the land there is chiefly farming land and has practically all passed out of the hands of the people, while here the State still owns over 84,000,000 acres, and the land aggregated in large estates is in the main chiefly suitable for graz ing alone. ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 26 May 1900

A FREE TRADE v BULLETIN .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 2 June 1900

iid. ° 5' '1^ iv o.is. 9 tei^vjst iiafl^miBisOTo-©'i:riiisiai% otimisit. ^v-. ? ? ? - gii''i.v DB. GIBBONS, who is qualified arid rc.{jIotate-I la London and tho Cotoufe aa a hyslefa- nd Hiuffeon. rccoivcdhiri education in the Krjfjltoh aad Ucotch Universities, and com ' let . hio utudiea m tho In :dlr y hospitals of Europe. Ho has run do n. life-Ioujy (itudy of ^?v'' 'Mmirwmmo mmcB ©h&m Md©©g»©q. '7* ?' He bM.'t-y diligent iteentTi, investigated 6t-c£r -origio and cauci», and- boo diacovered the quickest and surest meaoo of thoroughly euiintf them. Ho liara, by. hio uaequ Ailed eucceng, daring a , period of many ycaio, obtained the highest position to hfn profeciiou. Tho various diueases em ' braced In hia ppecialty tiro thoso v/hlch laavo fiifcherto c&ttaod more misery mid fluttering1 than any s ' other kind of trouble that affect a tho human frame. Y©inBigf jBS© so CifiiKEil 1TEa®o© wBa© WfioSa to Mgao'irf®' who, as tin* renult of indii-crctiann or g-j.cc.czzz of ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Twice-Told Tales. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 2 June 1900

Twice-Told Tales. A West Indian woman had ^ retired for the night, with her infant resting on her arm taking its natural nourishment. A snake, attracted by the odour of the milk, dropped softly from the thatched roof on to the bed ; then gliding softly and cautiously to the breast of the woman, insinuated its mouth zn the place of the baby's ; where upon the little one became restless The snake, observing this, at once rose to the occasion, and by a gentle muscular movement inserted its tail into the mouth of the baby for it to suck. Soon after the husband entered the room, and to his intense astonishment found all three soundly slumbering, with a smile of heavenly content upon their respective faces —Sporting Times. The following is extracted by the Rev. Reginald F. Collins, chaplain to the British forces, from a report made to Sir Ohas. Warren by the officer in charge of the British burying party at Spion Kop : 'I venture to think it a matter of con siderable importance to drawatt...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dismal Distress. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 2 June 1900

The Dismal Distress. Says the Distress of Rylstone « In our last issue we published a frolicsome joust in which we are indulging with a pretentious Syd ney weekly newspaper.' Indeed ! And pray, Mr. Distress, how oan one publish a joust — meaning thereby, it is to^ be presumed, a passage-at-arms, if only one side's out and thrust be given ? The Eleotob has not yet seen the Distress's 'frolicsome joust'— held back from it no doubt for pru dential reasons -and, supposing it to resemble its usual concatena tion of cats-meat, has no desire to look thereon. But the Distress wants to argue that the city's journalistic brains are fed from the country press. The Eleotob by no means looks down on the country press — knowing its many difficulties, and having an appre ciative regard for the W. and B. Gazette; Western Eerald , Bourke ; Liberal , Mudgee ; Daily Times , Bathurst ; Daily News , Albury ; the Independent , Coonamble ; the Gazette, Wellington ; the Loader , Oranga; and many other soun...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 2 June 1900

Itobonig : 1 p Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence, is /und^^|en'' . , t O'CoiniweB0'a1-[p©e&!, Sydney,; -J ' Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and have disinfected the following premises : — , ^ ? Sydney Town Hall, The Bank of M. S. Wales, Th© Manchester Manufacturing Go. Messrs. Tines. D© La Rue &.Co ltd .Messrs Hogg, Robinson &Co . Ld. Sydney Free Public Lending Literacy, Messrs,, Jofiira ECe@p it Sow, Limited, ' TSi© ikisfralilan Star/' Tin© IMon Barnk of Rustralia Capo's SIimKiInera Bond-st. pmeoi Wisteria MarScets, ?? ,-i I3qs$kl W. Tu Waters. It Co. 'y| Til© ilito ©IlllEt ' ' Messrs MingSiias it Hughe*, Solicitors . and others. EARLY APPLICATION FOR OPEM DATE.i IS ADVISABLE. . ^ *4- ?; ? ^ ? v,;''- i,.'- P-;,\ ^ ^ ^ '? '' ' ' ?? , V J AUTUMN FASHIONS!. AUTUMN FASHIONS!?! JUST OPENED! A BEAUTIFUL EXHIBIT ! ^ ' ?' .?? . ?. : v. : ; GEORGE ? AND - BARRACK - STREETS. - SYDNEY. JIWF* Country Constituents please write: ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 2 June 1900

What You Get at Fitz's. You will get such a menu as never before seen, You will get such a bed-room delight fully clean, You'll get the best liquors this side of the Liue — The purest of spirits, the choicest of ~ wine. In addition, the fimed Crystal Palace can boast A moderate tariff aud up-to-date Host — AT THE— Crystal Palaee Hotel, 789 GEORGE STREET, Where you cm live a militant rooster for ^3 1 a week, or 4/G a day. WHAT DO WE THINK? UPON ALL CLASSES / 4 OF SECURITY, j? Lowest Interest, jr Easy Terms./^'^ Bills TelePhony^^/Discou«ted 225 Mont do y/V y/pieto B.& 1. Co. Ld. Castlereagh-st. 74 & EUSTACE BENNETT. Mnnaffsr Tlaticnal* \ EIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N.Z. Fully subscribed capital... £2, 000, 000 Invested funds ? £309,331 Fixe and Marine Risks of every description , accepted at lowest rates. The National is the second wealthiest Colo nial Company, and is in a position to undertake every description of Fire and Marine business on the most favourab...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 2 June 1900

Things in General. In Britain, at the United Labor Party's Conference, it was proposed that only working-men, manual laborers with callosities on their hands, should be eligible as Parliamentary Labor candidates, whereupon John Burns said — prior to the rejection of of the resolution by 102 votes to 3:— 'I object t^ the resolution as being narrow and intolerant. Not only does the conference wish to provide working class candidates, but also to define the kind of man to be returned. This course will enbark us on an endless sea of trouble. Much of such talk is sheer cant and the sooner we get rid of the idea that the man who wears fustian has all the virtues the better. We should no longer be prisoners to clasB phrases, and we should have our programme stripped of all per sonalities. Is a working-claes member to be a boilermaker or a clerk who dressed like a duke on the wages of a dustman ? The clerk might be the better legislator, but because he did not wear corduroys he was to be de...

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 — 2 June 1900

TURFIANA. DIARY FOR THE WEEK. Saturday. — A.J.C. June Meeting. Monday. — Forest Lodge Pony Races. Tuesday. — Rosebery Park Pony Races. Wednesday. — Kensington Pony Races. Thursday. — Brighton Pony Races.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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