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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

MAMMATT'S ±JJ- cutlery, -sgEL, 559 Jt* O O I^T ^ JFllld JE^ CD EC SHOWROOM with every requisite for ? ? ______ — ? TABLE USE. _ Empire Chambers, 33 YORK-ST., -£-HE jJeBOT J)MIIIIIIIIIIII|IWii- , ' SYDNEY, ' * BLM' ?*«?««

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 — 23 June 1900

IN FRONT AND BEHIND, [By Valentine Day.~\ THE WEEK' 3 PROGRAMME, ? ' a The Criterion— Boer and Briton. Her Majesty's — Piratesof Penzance The Royal — Women and Wine. ; The Tivoli— The Martinettis. Cyclorama — Jerusalem & Illusions. At the Tivoli, Harry Crawford, of Flewy-Flewy fame, seems to kick as high as ever. If memory does not cheat me he came here originally with Sheridan and had for a partner Jim Mooney. Billy McClain went large on Saturday. He overdoes everything, but he works very hard and his finale to When a Coon aitB in the Presidential Chair fetched tho house about his ears. Madame seems to work nearly as hard as William. Pearl ft Lovell is a plump fair girl with pleasing ways who is not likely to set the ocenery afire. Professor Almond's big shoe song and dance has an original and ecoentrio flavouring and makes him an in stantaneous favorite, but his dance on a small slate slab atop a nine foot pedestal is only endurable because of the danger whioh attends it— ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRIER BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

BARRIER BITS. (By Sundry Barrier biters.) Broken Hill is the second city of the colony. It is rather poor in newspapors, possessing only one daily paper, and that an evening, and a little weekly and weakly sheet published in a quiet corner, and to the great mass of the people, unknown. We are far from Sydney, but the man who has not neara or our own special orana or mayor is not up in New South Wales politics. He got in by a fluke, and now he is in he is show ing even his own party ' who's boss o' this show.' The council meet ings are the place of entertainment for the public, and the night of the meeting is a bad one for any company at tho theatre. For the reason stated at the beginning of this par, we look forward to Tins Elector giving us a show to air our troubles and skite (that's good colonial) our triumphs. At the last meeting of the council there was a row about some horses. The mayor had purchased a num ber at a high figure each from the manager of a local station, and, al ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OTHER SIDE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

TOE OTHER SIDE OF IT. A metropolitan philosopher j ustly remarks — its not new, certainly, but it's true, and ' Truth is a rich but rare article' — That there is much good even in things evil, did man only know how to strain it out. As for proof thereof : A professional philanthropist (a ' paid lady visitor' is the title in the story) went to the widow of a certain ' soldier of the Queen,' and proffered the usual regulation sympathy. To her great astonishment, however, the 'lonely and disoonsolate widow,' instead of oasting her eye northwards and making copious ut.e of handkerchief, looked quite lively, and exclaimed : ' Oh, my troubles are m.t about Jim. He was a bad egg, take him which side up you like, and a weary time I had with him. But now, Lord bless ye, mum, I've had quite a nice little sum from newspapers and others, and I expect to ^ be comfortable for the rest of my life. Ah, mum ! this 'ere war's made a lot of happy homes !'

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GORE AND GLORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

GORE AND GLORY. Three of the British warships in the East have received orders to proceed to important Chinese ports. Small B -y (with withering sar casm to trio of raw recruits) : ' 'Ere ! which of you might be the dook's son V An army order announces a special gratuity of £5 to Austra lasian and Canadian noncommis sioned officers and men upon being discharged. German Boer sympathisers have, up to the present, sent about £20,000 to the Boers (says a Lon don paper). France has sent about half this amount. The Highland Brigade have suffered so many hardships since they went out to the front, that out of a total of 3000 men only 1600 are fit for active service. Prince Adalbert, the third son of the German Emperor, and who will.be sixteen next month, has entered the British navy as a cadet on the training ship Charlotto, and proceeds on a long ocean voyage. I can see in me min th' day whin explosives '11 be so explosive, an' guns '11 shoot so far that on'y th' folks that stays at home ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

M.A.' ; ^IIU J ^ Ja!9^$e.9 §:%? '.-. 1@? IB EL fl 32 A IE 13'IT D Q OTESMIiSIT, ©TIB WEST. |-»;'::-V ?' -1 DR. GIBBONS, who is qualified and registered in London and tho Colonie as a &YY .- bysicia nd Surgeon, received his education in the English and Scotch Universities, and com fey.;- let hia studies m the leading hospitals of Europe. He has made a life-long study of fe-Y. 'HeE'v/^Mo mundi ©EsQim HMoeas©®. L'i.-j He has, by diligent research, investigated their origin and causp, and hR8 discovered the - '? ' quickoat and surest means of thoroughly curing them. Ho has, by Ilia unequAlIed success, during a pvY 1 ' Pferiod of many years, obtained the highest position in hia profession. The various diseases em Pv: '. lSSoofl'in his specialty are those which have hitherto canoed more misery and suffering than any other kind of trouble that affects the human frame. . Yoibbb© Iflerra ©bugQ TTBn®0© wEa® WSdEd it© Mmnry, pr' ' . trho, aa tho renult of indincretionH or excesses of m...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. West Australian Federal referen dum on July 31st. Tho Premior purposes having , the electoral rolls cleansed before the Federal election takes place. The system of protection is doomed, by the eternal logic of its own greed, to a speedy overthrow. — Japan paper. Mr. Terry says that some of his friends imagine him to be suffering from softening of the brain. Others may think so now. Admitted in the Legislative As sembly, thatnurses attending plague patients at the quarantine station came to Sydrey on their days off. The total payments by the Treasury t-j date in connection with the plague amounts to £70,427, with large amounts out standing. After a big display of fireworks, and an expensive escape of gas, the censure debate fizzled out on Ihursday morning, and the Opposi tion crept sadly out of the Chamoer, heads down. Mr. Terry, M.L A., is seriously thinking of starting an independ ent press. It is to be always right, and never, never wrong — or hardly ever. Terry,...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURFIANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

TURFIANA. (B-/ The Wizard.) According to a State School boy, horse is an animal with a head at one end and a tail at the o her ; it also has four legs underneath, one being cf1.1 corner.' This is all the editor of this paper knows about horses, and conse quently the responsibility for the follow ing notes rests entirely upon the shoulders of 'Tho Wizard.' If readers act on tips or advice given, and drop their moiify, which in all probability they will, they may, of course, apply to ' The Wizard' for a refund of the cash lost. It. is possible the application will meet with no response.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

I BUBONIC ... ELAGUE^fblMffliC' ' j ? Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence/ is 'undertaken by' I ' . TDIF. ». M3E3A.3ST OO., f- ^ 8 O'Connell-street, Sydney, | 'Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and have disinfected the following premises : — Sydney Town Hall, Sydney Free Public Lending Libraty, Queen Victoria Markets, The Bank ©t I. S. Wales, Messrs. John loop 4 Son, Limited, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. The Manufacturing Co. ' The Australian Star,' The Union Club Memo. Tinea, 1® La HI00 & Co. Lei. The Union iSassfe @ff ilustralia Messrs HusSies & Mughes, Solicitors - Messrs Hog®,, fSobiiasora &Co., Ld. Cape'® Chambers, Bond-st. ( and others. EARLY APPLICATION FolTbPEN DATE.* IS ADVISABLE. I WINTER FASHIONS! WINTER FASHIONS!' ' fe' *' ' | JUST OPESED ! fl BEAUTIFUL EXHIBIT ! d. joiEs & go.. ; GEORGE - AND - BARRACK - STREETS, - SYDNEY. \ Country Constituents please write early for particulars. f THE ELECTOR...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE QUAKERS AND THE WAR. (The following has been issued by the Quaker Community in England.) A CHRISTIAN APPEAL FROM THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS TO THEIR FELLOW-COUNTRYMEN ON THE PRESENT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

THE QUAKERS AND THE WAR. ( The following has been issued hi/ (he Qi«(/rr Coiinnidii/;/ in England, J A CHRISTIAN APPEAL l'-HO.M THE SOOIETY OF FRIENDS TO THEIR FELLOW-COUNTRYMEN ON THE PRESENT WAR. It has ever been the privilege of the Society of Friends to bear a public testi mony to its assured belief that war is altogether opposed to the teaching and example of our Holy Redeemer, and to the whole spirit of His Gospel. The following Address, issued in 1854, shortly after the commencement of the war with Russia, known aB the Crimean War, embodies a statement of our stead fast conviction on this momentous subject. It is re-issued, and respectfully submitted to our fellow Christians, as an appeal which urgently claims, at this great national crisis, the attention of all who love our Lord Jesus Christ and desire to obey Him. On behalf of the Representative Com mittee of the Society of Friends, held in London the 5th of first month, 1900. Alhkkt J. Ouofviblv, Olerk. We would respectful...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

THE MINER. A rich find of gold has been made at Long Flat, near Gundagai. There are over one hundred and fifty gold mines on the Rand whose shares are on the market. The quantity of coal exported from Newcastle la6t week exceeded the record for any week in the history of Newcastle by nearly 7000 tons. The quantity which passed through the Customs was 77,476 tons. The previous record was 70,637 tons for the week ended June 17, 1898. Most of the paragraphs in this issue, relating to affairs in South Africa, whether miniig or war, or kindred matters, are written specially for Tiie Elector, by a thorough experienced miner ; an ex-uitlander, who for a long time occupied a position of importance on a Johannesburg mine, and who was amongst the very last to leave the city at the end of 1899. We have from the same source a large amount of copy to follow, that should prove of the greatest possible value to all contemplating removing, in the near futurn, to South Africa. In the mines of South ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

01^^' - - ? .The man who wants the ||?y earth invariably gets it — 1$H- when he dies. tea*.. If some men were to lose their reputation, they would m-. -.?--. be lucky. !fr- . , One of the interesting If; features of a parade of the striking tailors, held in New ft; York recently, was a badge If 4 ; made out of 100,000 pawn If tickets, which represented property worth £10,000, f which was pledged for less than one-fifth of that sum, to buy bread, by the employees. f IUMumbA* FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N.Z. Fully subscribed capital. ,,£2,000,000 Invested funds ? £309,331 . Firca and Marine Risks of every description accepted at lowest rates, Tho National ia the second wealthiest Colo nial Company, and is in a position to undertake every description of Fire and Marine business on the most favourable terms. Prompt Settlements, Undoubted Security. W. A. GIBB, Manager, j Spring Street, Sydney,

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORN COBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

CORN COBS. 1 | The Elector will always be g'ad ' to receive notes from its country f reader^. | The Elector is to be at once considerably increased in size. We i want active sellers and agents in j every place throughout New South j Wales. This paper lives for the j people, and the cause of democracy, I and we ask your personal and individual help to make it known. The Queen is contemplating the publication of another series of her diaries. This time, should the work be really given to the publio, it will be found that the pages will deal with her impressions while at Osborne as well as Balmoral. The old School of Arts Debating Club has recently removed to the Tom[ oranco Hnll under the name of tho Sydney Debating Club. President, Hy. WilliB ; vicepresi dent, Miss Belle Golding; secretary, P. Shortland. Tho constant drop of water Wears away tho hardest stone ; Tho constant gnaw of Towser Vanquishes the hardest bone. The constant cooing lover '? Carries off the blushing maid ; And th...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

P': — - ? ? - ^.7,' - Owl Cut-Rat0:Drug:-C0-p Consulting: & Dispensing Chemists. Cut:- Rate Price-List Forwarded Free on Application I C ^ %V\ Dit- CLARKSON'S Reinvigorator. Wo otill offer 1 £10 -reward for any cnoo we cannot euro. This secret i '% i if y 1 rrmody stops all drains and losses in 24 hours, restores ' iJ ' \a'\ v'g r, cures Nervous Debility, Yaricocole, Prostatitis, v \t )o*| Kidney, Bladder, and all other terrible waating effects 1 sWiW/1 ?? HWM !i || rX cauM'd by youthful folly and cxccbbcb. Sent Bealed and '?'V6W»l'Jl 1 - Jl /'Xl tr-e ^rom observation to any part of tlio colonies, 7/6 I M' Ji Afy bott'e, 8 bottles for £1 ; guaranteed to cure. Pamphlet r- . . / I'o't Free W^-^Oy 'ELECTRIC .BEI/TS RESTORE THE WEAK, RE FKE»»H THE STRONG, REVIVE THE DEPRESSED, A CHARM. REGULAR PRICE, 1 GUINEA. CUT PRICE, ,10b. ?TOS1 FREE. %« Country personB save your money. Don't Bquander it on ' before trying our New Belt. EPILEPSY DR. HUGHES' CELEBRATED REMEDY, ' FIT' ftmcl JE...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

! DR. WAUCH'S ♦ [™; VERY BEST | I \Z'Zsemw | * CUSTARD POWDER -j- ; , .. .;?' Obtainable Everywhere. « TRY A PACKET. ''3W ?A — ? — ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? — C'i . ' I TJSIS OITLIT ? II. Kims MALTED COCOA I \ . ' ?' ?: o# Strongest and Best. — Health. ill ? ? ? ? ? . ? ? ? PUMEST A.XM3 BE2S7. .£. set «. mmm. The day was young and Dot far spent, Ab through the busy BtreetB there went A youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing aloft the well-known name — 'DR. WAUGH'S.' His eye was bright, his form upright ; He held his banner to the light : His business there, to advertise The Powder famed for Calces and Pies — ' DR. WAUGH'S.' Nor snow, nor ice, were seen about, As lustily that youth did shout : 'If Baking Powder you would choose, * And not know which the best to use, GET 'DR. WAUGH'S.'' ' Oh stay 1' a maiden said, ' Oh stay I And tell me ; when I cook to-day V What Baking Powder shall I try ?' The youth he answered with a ory — u GET DR. WAUGH'S.' ' Listen, friend,' an old man said, » My wif...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

THINGS IN GENERAL. There seems to be no doubt that an American naval officer has in vented a projectile of enormous penetrating power. The facts about it have been secretly laid before the Washington Cabinet, and so impressed were they that, pending further experiments, the introduc ? tion of the Naval Appropriation Bill was delayed, since, it the new shell proves its claims, ships armoured as now will be powerless against its attack. The discovery of the projectile's power was inad vertently mado during a recent test of armour plate manufactured under the Krupp process for the Russian Government. The official experiments had been concluded and the armour had proved invul nerable against the greatest test. After the manufacturers' agents had gone, some army officers remem bered that they had two shells with , soft steel tips and a small steel cube with a flattened end fitting over the hardened point of the shell These shells were not of as high grade as those used in the experi ment...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 23 June 1900

cik elector. R Freetrade Bulletin. j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 30 June 1900

The constant drop of water Wears away the hardest stone ; The constant gnaw of Towser Vanquishes the hardest bone. The constant cooing lover Carries off the blushing maid ; And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets the trade. More men have been self undonethan have been self made. ' A crank is a man who has a different hobby to your own. Man is incorrigible. He swears he will give up a bad habit — and then keeps on swearing.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 30 June 1900

|p ' 3PIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE P- COMPANY OF N.Z. If Folly subscribed capital. ..£2,000,000 Invested funds ? £309,831 II1- Bto Marine Bisks of ©very description , accepted at lowest rates. Who National ia the second wealthiest Colo M ~ rMrf Company* and is in a position to undertake V mmy description of Fire and Marine buainess on *4 Jfej sncsfc fcvcarchle term*. . , JPMJMFT SMTOMEIKITTa !£:? Undoubted Security. Wo A, GIBB, Manager, |V- 14 Spring Street, Sydney. tl

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 30 June 1900

ANTHONY I HOBPEBN'S I NEW — I General || Catalogue 1 THE PRODUCT OF AN UP-TO- J9 DATE FIRM, FOR THE USE OF j|fl UP-TO-DATE PEOPLE .... M ia ready, and will be sont Post Free ^8 to any address on application. If j 1 you are wise '|| VtlU WILL GET OWE % The book ia the biggest thing of its I -- kind ever published in Australia, and M the issue is forty thousand. The paper || used, independent of covers, weigha Bjj close upon FORTY TONS I to which must be added half a ton of & ink. If the Catalogues (40,000) were (j' h placed on top of each other, they would TiJblff' make a pile I IT TEN TIMES THE HEIGHT OF , £ THE CLOCK TOWER OF $ THE GENERAL POSTOFFICE f l* . ® 1 p. and if placed in a line end to end they would cover a distance of nearly seven miles, while the sheets of paper (30in. x 40in.) laid down touching each other, j would extend five hundred and twenty ^ miles, almost as far as I SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE. 1 ; The illustrations, which are mostly ' ? pictures of actual goods...

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