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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

Cfte elector. A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General Rewspaper for tbe People. NEITHER BY FEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, BUT BY TRUTH ALONE.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

ECHOES OF SPORT. ? I (By Nunquam Dormio ) j The return match between the football representatives of New South Wales and Queensland was played on the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday and resulted in a win for New South Wales by ? 11 points to 9, which makes the thiid defeat experienced by the Queenslanders during their tour, it « fl ? J, 'L ? __ _? j il. . 1 law urat uemg against xne coiony on the previous Saturday by J 1 points to 10, and the other at the hands of the Metropolitan Union by 12 to 8. Forty-two matches hatfe been played between the two colonies, New South Wales having won 26, Queensland 13, and the remaining three have been drawn. The return matches are to be played in Brisbane on the 1st and 8th of September. Before the in! ercolonial match commenced a game was played between a team from the Welling ton and Dubbo districts and a North Sydney fifteen. The result was a win for the countrymen by six points to five. Rosewell and Wil kins obtained tries for the winners, ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

WHY PAY FOR A WATCH ? CAN YOU READ THIS ? A I8*L+D | fc5*L,V»R I T i ? *F 1 1 1 GU*8S | K*Q*T | & | B*Y In order to introduce our Businpqa ? Household in Australia we undertake anS ™6ry antee to give away one of our nd guar' World-Famed tz 10s Solid Silver wQ„.i LADIES' or , Who^a. the Correct Ee,dlis of'S 'St CONDITIONS. -That your an«Wn, Puzzle is currc ;t, and that vou j , * ped Addressed Envelope for reply,' Stam- Addresa— THE MANAGER The GLOBK WATCH OOMPaxtw T m 105 PITT-ST., SYDNEY?' ' LTD

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

OR. SI SMELL, THE RUSSIAN SPECIALIST, Late from Leading Hospitals of Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, und St. Petersburg, arrived from Europe by the S.S. Oruba 22nd June, 1900. Specialist in Nerve, Blood, and Skin Diseases, all Complaints ariaiug from Uric Acid in the system, as Rheumatism, Chronic Sores, etc., etc. All Private Diseases treated after tho most approved and latest methods. Consultations strictly private, and letters destroyed after perusal. Specifil Con sultations by appoiutmont. Consulting hours from 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 9. Address : No. 1 (First Floor), FOY'S CHAMBERS, Comer George and Bond-sts., Sydney, N.B.— No quack business, nor extor tionate charges. (Mention this Paper when writing.) Tho Colonial Mutual Far© Insurance Company, Ltd. * CJra/pitaaJ., j33£££30,000. ? Fire, Marine, Fidelity, Guaran tee, Plate Glass* Acciaent, and Employers Liability Insurances Accepted at lowest Current fiSates. Agents wanted where not already Represented. S. HAGUE SMITH, Secretary. ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORN COBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

CORN COBS. The Elector will always be g ad to receive notes from its country readers. The Kaffirs know Ladysmith as 'Ennambite,' pronounced ' One nambete.' rrnncra of unemployed. numbering in all 337 men, were dispatched by Tuesday's trains to various works in the country. It ia hard to lose friends— to see them slipping from you one by one ; but it ia harder still to find a towel with your eyes full of soap. A sign in a North Queensland hotel : « Boarders taken by the day, week, or month. Those not paying their bills promptly will be taken by the neck.' City Bank of Sydney pays four per cent, dividend on the past half year, and for the same period the rinmmftv.iial Bankins: Co. of Sydney pays 10 per cont. J.P. : ' You are fined 10a. ' / Chow : ' Me no savee.' J.P. : ' You are fined £5.' Chow : ' No ! You say 'alf quid. Me give you 10 bob. The P. and O. Fleet consists of 55 steamers with a tonnage of 282,703 tons and 290,250 horse power, with six big steamers in course of building. ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

DIARY FOR THE WEEK. A Saturday. — Rosehill Races. , ^ Monday. — Forest Lodge Pony -*- Races. !/ Tuesday. — Rosebery Park Pony !/ y Races. ' . Vr' Wednesday. — Kensington JPony ' * Races. Thursday. —Brighton Pony Races. . V.' After the run-away viatory of { Flying Buck for the First Aus- J tralian Champion Race of '59, in ^ which he was followed home by Tait's Z)e and the New South } Wales bred horse Nutwith, the Second Champion to be run on the new Rand wick Course on the 1st September, 1860, was regarded as / virtually a question of -health for * him. The Second Champion was a sweep of £100 each, with £500 added ; second horse £200, and ^ third £100, three miles, weightfor age. Sixteen entries were made, amongst them being Flying Buck and Mainstay from Melbourne ; 1 ' Strop, Camden, Waimea, and Deception from New Z e al a^l J.t.her e - maining ten being New tj* horses. Camden and th^ xate Ben Ji Richard's Mag on the wing droppodjlJIU out on acceptance day, and fourteen remained in ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURFIANA. (By The Wizard.) TIPS FOR ROSEHILL RACES. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . j TURFIMJL ,gy® (By The Wizard.) TIPS FOR ROSEHILL RAOB8. ? | Hurdle Each. The Cuter . . . . 1 Onez . . . . 2 Turk . . . . . . 3 Granville Stakes. Autonomea . . . . 1 ?$$$$ Thyress . . . . 2 Royal King , . , . 3 ; Shorts Handicap. ;/|j Bange. . . . . . 1 ^18 Beacon . . . . 2 _ \*J|p Twine the Plaiden , . 3 ? Rosehill July Handicap. Promise . . 1 Turbine .. ..2 ''/Jf! Nambucca . . . . 3 ':^m| Two -Year- Old Handicap, '---11® Myall ,, ..1 ' .'SijjP Venue . . . . 2 jgffgl Bar One .. ..3 :.)$m Welter Mile. Gttnnedah . . . . 1 Turbine . , 2 dL' Little Joe . . . . 3 '

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEMININE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

FEMININE ITEMS. S;:.: ? ; Miss Cox, daughter of Dr. Cox, of Macquarie-street, Sydney, who mar v ried Lord Bertie, one of Governor 1^/ Duff's staff, is now a countess, her 0: hnsband having succeeded to the v , . Earldom. It is not thought that the ' - ' family has a gold mine. /' mr. - t- ? ? ' X 11 U JJilLUlJVSa JlJUIUUIsU \JUU1/W J» B V now in her eighty-sixth year. i''1/ . . f')]1 It is ''said that gambling is increas ing to an enormous extent among (I)?,,; women in Sydney and Melbourne Once gone on betting, women beco.me IjfeLalitoost insanely attached to it. They Xk are very easily victimised. - It has been noticed at high social £' functions that most of the so-called ¥ hjgh-toned young ladies and gentle ! men guzzle outrageously at the festive board! Many a servant girl and W:, many an ostler would behave better. E A good ad. is a knife that outs ! the string on many a purse. P01'' 1,000 your knife io neither sharp C enough nor large enough to fulfil tlio piiipoco — better ad...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. The Hon. N. Hawken will move in the Legislative Council — That the early assembling of the first Federal Parliament warrants the earnest consideration of the people of _.JSTew South Wales and Australia, thq,t the federal fiscal policy may be based on the modern scientific policy nf H-rAflf, Tlritflin to forward the in dustrial progress and success of the Commonwealth; also as a declared appreciation of continuing unity with the British Empire. When a man leaves our side and goes to the other side, he is a traitor, j and we always feel that there is a subtle something wrong about him. But when a man leaves the other side and comes over to us, why then — of course — he is a man of great moral courage, and we always feel that he has sterling stuff in him. Mr. M'Gowen, M.L.A., bears wit ness to the fact that ladies' insist on boarding overcrowded trams ; al though other cars are immediately behind. Any attempt to deal with the Red fern traffic— amounting to 40,000 pers...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

BUBONIC PL AGUE.-FORMAEIN. 1 Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence, is undertaken by imrn-.M i. dmam' Sydney, Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and haye disinfected the following premises : — i ' ; . . &« : Sydney Town Hall, ' Sydney Free Pmhlii® Lending LIE»ratyp Quoon Victoria Markets, . 7- The Bank of I. S. Wales, Messrs,, Jolini loop & Bon, Limited, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. The Maraetoter Manufacturing Ho. ' Use iteteafifiaau Sim*' Th© Onion floats Messrs. Titos. 1© La Re® it 0®. Li. into© Union Bank of Australia Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Solicitors'- . -.7 Messrs Hogg, Roftinson & Co,, Ld. Papa's Chambers, Bond-st. ami others. . EARLY APPHCATI0IB FOR QPEfil DATES - IS ADVISABLE. \ pomasiT awh dest 7 ? . in iE3. €ma% The day was young and not far ppent, As through tho busy streets there went A youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing aloft the well-known name — 'DR. WAUGH'S.' His eye was bright, his form...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tit-Bits about China. SOME EXTRAORDINARY FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

Tit-Bits about China. SOME EXTRAORDINARY FACTS. The higher and official Chinese classes are absolutely eaten up v» pomp and conceit, and hold all bar barians (i.e., Europeans) i» suFe™ contempt. If a British Minister calls on an official of the Chinese Foreign Office, and demands compensation tor a murder or a robbery, the Oriental replies with pleasant replies about the weather, or the crops. I hen 11 European hints at an ultimatum to China, the official blandly hands the visitor a dish of sweet-meats or perhaps a particularly offensive native dish. In the Chinese Foreign Office, al the ministers sit in a semi-circle to receive a foreign ambassador. The love seeds and other trash are handed round ceremoniously with the clear purpose of wasting time. Then, when about to go, the ambassador asks for an explanation about a murder or some other subject. But as no Chinese minister is expected to speak before another, lest what he said should be used against ^ him later in a conspiracy ag...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAN WHO DID NOT GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

.THE MAN 'WHO DID NOT GO. Tho man who did not go to the war Bometimeo hao a poor opinion of himself, but ho need not worry ; by developing his own country he is doing greater and better work than any soldier in South Africa. Tho Catholic Press is provoked to song : He's a humble sort of beggar and he cannot liae a cun. So he gets no bloomin' glory and ho misees all the fun, But he doesn't lack for courage though he fails to rise and roam. And he feeds tho wife and kiddies whom the others left at home. For him there are no medals, and tho band will nbver play When he goes off to his duty in a humble Borfe of way ; And the girls don't want to kiss him — oh, he has no chance at all When the cables talk of battles and the nameB of thoBe who fall. But ho does a noble duty though he knows no battle-field, For ho sweats in shade or sunshine and he aches in mine or field ; He's the crook that reaps the harvest, he's the plough-share when we till, He's tho backbone of the nation, lie's the m...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GORE AND GLORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

GORE AND GLORY. , '? I A private cable is to hand, just as The Elkotor goes to press, to the effect that 350,000,000 Chinese arose and made for the hills immediately the news reached them that 250 New South Wales slaughterers were to be sent to interview tnem. We at once sent a special reporter into Goulburn etreet to make enquiries, but so far he has not returned. He has possibly ' stuck fli mark,' and is spending the winningB in eome hotel. Mr. A. A Dangar has presented Trooper Tom Morris, the first Australian winner of the V.O., with £300 cash and the pick of his stud. Barrierite Oiptain Bennett who was seriously ill at Bloemfontein, has now recovered. The Premier of New Zealand has prepared an elaborate defence scheme It suggests the formation of a reserve force 10,000 strong, at a cost of £10 per annum per man. Eighteen thousand volunteers are to be enrolled at an annual ex penditure of £72,000. On camps of instruction £80,000 is to be spent. Twelve batteries of artil lery are ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 28 July 1900

V'- |||. ^Jll'/felf '|ip^ rr^Vl ll 1 v\ ''-- 'd b J k-n| Jj, A :C^}l3 . ?? ? :L, 'i: L.,nr.r,„4 , : ? „.J,: K ? M: L:\ ikr,, ;-:' ? , gg( im.A. $ IL.IHW .M3.$ tIi.HB.C.S.IBU IL.M.EU.CJ.S.m, 154©., t||£, ; .BS'^; ESJLjHBAlBffinrflfl S^IEISE'lT** Q^OBKTfBY. Ar;':: , : , -f-)lt. CUBliOlffj, vho in trebly qualified raid registered In London and the Colonie3 as a M,?;;:j,fiT .v:/,;^.?1'1.1 BJiu Umgeon, t&ccivod hits education in the Knglish and Scotch Universities, and com ? ,:,i .1.1 '!' -w' -cl9® his ttudieo m the louding hospitals of Europe. He has made a life-long study of ? ? JS© n't/ -a»iia0 fiBBBCil £3&2bb UMoeajs©®. ? .px, liao, by diligent research, investigated tleir origin and cauBP, and has discovered the i , irajt i and mu o. it means ot thoroughly cunng them. Jlo has, by hia unequalled success, during a i . .oti of many ycaiu, obtained the highest position m his profession. The various diseases em ... i.'.'-d m Inn ppeomlty aro thono which have hitherto caus...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SONG OF THE SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 4 August 1900

THE SONG OF THE SINGER. 'Tis very hard to shear a oheep Unlpss you be a ringer ; 'Tis harder still to sing a song When you are not a singer. Bo each maid who a Singer hath, And each maid who hath not, Will say ' My Singer cheers my path,' Or ' Would I one had got !' The Singer's song is melody Unto its owner's heart ; Its burden iB : 'We won't be long !' Her's : ' We shall never part !' And bo each sings in working hours While swift the shuttle flies ; The owner thankful for the rest It grants to weary eyes. At tho half-yearly meeting of the Sydney Ferries Co. held on Tuesday, the directors' reported that the net profits, after making provision for de preciation, amounted to £4701, which it was recommended should be appropriated as follows : — To payment of 7 per cent., £4200, leaving £501 to be carried for ward. A new horse boat was reported to be well advanced. Important altera tions had been made in several of tho company's boatB, and various improve ments had been made, especial...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENTRE NOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 4 August 1900

ENTRE NOUS. What do you think of Thb Electoh ? If you like it, help it along ! Talk to your friends about it ; we don't care what you say on the subject so long as you mako them curious to Bee what this paper is like. There are many other ways in which you can help us, and, in so doing, assist tho Peonlo (including yourself)— whose battle we live to fight. Order Tub, Elector from your book seller ; advise 'him to keep it regularly on sale, and also to display a poster, which we, or the wholesale agents, Messrs. Thompson & Co., will fend him for the asking. This will help to increase his sales. / Wo want to advertise this .paper, and for thatpurpoiio wo will send a copy froo of all charge weekly for the use of any or every barber's or haii dreoser'o saloon customers in tho colony, provided the proprietor of the saloon will pout upon tiifj wall a notice that wo will send him. Help uh by calling your hairdreBsor's attention to thio paragraph, and get him to accept our offer. On...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEAST OF WIT AND LEARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 4 August 1900

FEAST OF WIT AND LEARNING. The Tall Mall Gazette, in speaking of the Encyclopedia Britannica , now offered Tinder jeuch advantageous terms by The Times (London) to retidents of New South Wales, eayB: — 'Men of science, theologians, philo sophers, Oriental scholars, geographers, artists, those engaged in practical pur ouits, all alike will turn to these pages for what has been said on their own special subject by the highest authorities. RtatftRmen will not disdain to look for information concerning the countries and the people with which they have to deal. To tome readers the biographies, to others the historical sketches, will prove the most interesting. Despite the oft-quoted paradox of Charlea Lamb about ' books that are no books,' we undertake to affirm that any person who takes pleasure in reading, would be well provided with literature if Bhut up for several days and nights in company with a single volume. . . . Our own feel ing, at the present moment, is as if we had' been gu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURELY BUSINESS. ANTHONY HORDERN'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 4 August 1900

PURELY BUSINESS. ANTHONY HORDERN'S SALE, Anthony Hordern'o shop io a genuine ealo all tho year round, ' and when a clearance aalo io announced, it is practi- ! cally a huge retail auction of gooda at lean than wholesale rates. Perhaps never tuofcro v/bb aeon ouch a crowd in any one establishment in Australia, no tho muster hero each day last wcolr. ITo v/ondor tho Railway Oominiouionera re ported an abnormal increase in fares. Ilia tramways never before earned no many of ' tho fair ' in bo short a space of feline. Tho fashionable lady and tho thrifty houcowifo woro to be found on every tram from all directions — and tho stream into Anthony Hordern's was a oight worth oeeiug, And thoro io no mistaking tho fact the people did not muster to be disappointed. This year's Bale hao'proved tho mammoth chopping ovont of tho year. Tho cut, -down in prices waB a marvel. Clothing of all (ieccriptiono was offered at enormous reductions, and thousando of homes ntocked themselves for tho year. Dit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 4 August 1900

BOTH SIDES of the CASE. j Is it worth while to buy thu ^ \ ^Jno|eSopai(iia Britannica P 'v»efc ,]^hen a man asks himself whether it is worth while to buy a book, the burden of proof rests upon the book, and not upon the purchaser. 'u.uC„ pioui ^ {'erl-a!! the, 'ds 'hat change and movement shall not occur without a cause, is the elementary law that keeps the planets in their places, and it is as sound a rule of con Physics. There is the money at the bankers capable of transformation into any ?one ot a thousand pleasing forms, and desirable in itself, without any transformation; a power in reserve, a sword in the scabbard ; and a sword that does not rust, but grows longer ?uui ?£pef y y y ! doubling itself after a few years, if one leaves it undisturbed. Yet witnin the last year more than thenty-five thousand of the people of Great Britain and her colonies have exchanged money for copies of 'The Times' Reprint of the Encyclopaedia britannica, believing that the books are of more use t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUBBLE AND SQUEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 4 August 1900

BUBBLE AND SQUEAK. ? Governor Beaucliamp ia said to be preparing for flight. The vice regal residence at present is some thing like a club in an uproar, A country exchange reports that a buxom young woman in its dis trict charged an aged doctor with having assaulted her. ' But how was it,' said the magistrate, 'that, being strong and vigorous as you appear to be, you could not resist a feeble old man like the accused. Had you not strength enough to protect yourself?' 'Ah, sir,' said the girl, ' I have plenty of strength when I'm angry, but when I laugh I'm as weak as a cat.' There appear to be a number of specimens of that sort of girl in this country. The chief feature about the sources from which the metropoli tan papers get their war news is their unreliability. It goes with out saying now that a cable appear ing to-day will be contradicted to-morrow. — Ex. Does our contemporary not know that not one daily paper in Aus tralia pays for original foreign cables ? Every line is stole...

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