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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 September 1900

$TRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N.Z. fnllv* subscribed capital. ..£2,000,000 Invested funds ? £309,331' and Marine Risks of every description Accepted at lowest rates. The National ia the second wealthiest Colo- I Company9 and is in a position to undertake @v®jy dmcription of Fire and Marine business on tit® moisb SBVomablo fcerma I JfteOMPff 0wFXLWMmrm, ? I ousted Security. I W. A, GIBB, Manager, I . ' t4 Spring Street, Sydnay. j ,

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 — 22 September 1900

CAYENNE. We will make it well worth the while of anyone to canvas for sub scribers to The Newsletter. Write at once to the Publisher. Parkes Council wishes to fine its Mayor £5 if he fails to summons 20 of the ratepayers in arrears. It would not be a bad idea in Sydney if if lrl lio nnfc. Barney Allen invites members of the A.J.C. to take wine with him, and the invite was received without a word of disapproval ! Oh, Parthe nop:vns. what will Melbourne think of us ? A member of the Wellington Pro gress Committee said ' he would not like to see anyone's wife trying to clamber over a barbed-wire fence.' Of course not. Would any modest member of a progress committee or a municipal council wish to see such an immodest act ? Alderman Quirk, of the Welling- j ton Council, considers ' the munici- j palitv missed the oppoitunity of m i life-time, when it failed to send its ! .'tone-crusher to Paris Exhibition ' j K ranee was once acquainted with a ! Wellington who was the champion ! crusher ...

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

UNPARALLELLED IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE IS WEBBER'S Y ITJLUJLTIO. ^ — Try it. A WONDERFUL CURE— TWELVE YEARS A SUFFERER, A PATIENT IN THREE HOSPI TALS, FULLY ONE HUN DRED DOCTORS ATTENDED HER. AND DIAGNOSED HER CASE, BUT COULD EFFECT NO PERMANENT RELIEF. Vitadatio Cured Her. . . . . Read Her Testimony. 91 Collins- at. , Melbourne, Mr. SAP ATMPP TV.fnv/^1-* OQ 1 OArt 45 and 47 Bourke-st., Melbourne. Dear Sir,— For twelve weeks I was a sufferer of Bleeding Polypus in the Womb, and was treated by the best medical skill in Ballarat and Melbourne without avail. I have been in three hospitals, but derived no permanent benefit from the treatment I received. I was advised to try Vitadatio, aud after taking a course of the medicine I am completely cured The medical men who attended me expressed their as tonishment at my recovery, and stated that if they had not attended me they would not have believed I had suffered as stated. I write this for the benefit of similar sufferers, and you are a...

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

SPRING- FASMS@MS I SFK-IM© FASMEOMS I JUST IPESSEI I A BEAUTIFUL EXHIBIT I ITS' W PATTERN'S T UZEW MATERIALS I Da JOMES & CO., gkejoirgib sts., siriDisrErsr. Our Windows showing these flew Goods form one of the Sights of Sydney. ? ? ? , I ? ? ? ^

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

BUBONIC PLAGUE -FORMALIN. V-,r . V ' ? ' * ' Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence, is undertaken by 'W. JES. CO., *? 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 Vietoria Markets, The Bank of N. S. Wales, Messrs. John Keep & Son, Limited, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. The Manchester Manufacturing Co. ' The Australian Star,' The Union Club Messrs. Thos. De La Rue & Co Ld. The Union Bank of Australia Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Solicitors Messrs Hogg, Robinson & Co , Ld. Cape's Chambers, Bond-st. and others. EARLY APPLICATION FOROPEN DATE.. IS ADVISABLE. */? PUBEiST AND BEST o M^HfiMSu^flnnrnvraMfiefca I hi. : : GET I®. milf S. The day was young and not far ppent, t: Ab through the busy streets there went A youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing aloft the well-known name — 'DR WAUGH'S.' ...

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 — 22 September 1900

f A good ad. is a knife that cuts , j the string on many a purse. , I Perhaps your knife is neither I sharp enough nor large enough to fulfil the purpose — better add sense. I ' Competition is the life of | trade,' but if your competitor J advertises and you don't, you will soon discover that competi tion is the death of your trade. Country friends will kindly note that on r locnl representa tives connot be everywhere at one time, or know of everything that happens. We shall always be glad to receive pars and items, critical or news, of interest to the public, all communications being received in strict confidence. For everything that is published in these columns the editor will 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 September 1900

§p ?? W.A. ^W.R^ Etc., I?;;'. 137 KIjIXABKTII ITIIEET, iYDIKY. ??:' DR. GIBBONS, who is trebly qualified and registered in London and the Colonies aa a ' physician and Surgeon, received his education in the English and (Scotch Universities, and com / ' pleted his studies in the leading hospitals of Europe. He has made a life-long study of JVervouM and Akin Disea»es -' V He has, by diligent research, investigated tbeir origin and cause, and has discovered the quickest and surest means of thoroughly curing them. He has, by his unequalled success, during a ' period of many years, obtained the highest position in his profession. The various diseases em braced in his specialty are those which have hitherto caused more misery and suffering than any -? , other kind of trouble that affects the human frame. Young Wen and Those who Wish to Marry, who, the result of indiscretion h or excesses of more mature age, suffer from any of the following symptoms namely:— Fiequent headaches, giddiness, ...

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 — 29 September 1900

I i . | I SUMl, ,J ( iTfjIE l^U.S^IAiy SPECIALIST, il i . Lafee from leading Hospitals of Parip, jl ' Berlin, Stockholm, and St. Petersburg :l | ' airrived from Europe by the S.S. Oruba ;|( / S&nd June, 1000. Specialist in Oaucers I ajad Tumors, Nsrve, Blood, and Skin dis ti eases, Rheumatism. Sciatica & Lumbago. All Private Piseasea a: e also treated after !? the most approved and Jatest methods. Oonsultationa strictly private, and letters C destroyed after perusal. Specinl Con sultations by appointment. Consulting liours from 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 9. ' Addrets : Ifo. 1 (First Floor), FOY'8 CHAMBERS, porner George and Bond-ats., Sydney, NB. — No quack business, nor extor !, j tionttte charges. rwtf.. ? (fluent ion this Paper when writing.) Boots ! Boots ! Boots ! J ? ? For Good Solid LEATHER Boots, and HONEST WEAR, try li UIIIEP WORKMAN 449 & 551 George St., SYDNEY, !!; . Near Liverpool Street. You can see them made ill the window. Made to Order from 8/6...

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 — 29 September 1900

?Cbc newsletter ^ , AN . AUSTRALIAN . PAPER . FOR . AUSTRALIAN . PEOPLE. Proprietor : CHARLES J. HAYNHS. Editor: A. EDWARDS. While contintiin ,r im:ler the control o| the ICditor who first took charge on June .2 jrd hist, theleiding articles always emanating from his pen, dealing boldly an l plainly with questions of public welfare literally carrving out his chosen motto, ' Neither 'by fear nor by favor, but by truth alone,' J\ number of neu- and interesting features are beins introduced, with the view of catering for the whole of the reading public of the colony. Considerable space is devoted to dramatic critiques and news. Our special writer (Valentine Day) has been doing similar work in the colonies for nearly 20 years, whilst our editor wrote his first dramatic criticism for a London daily in the '7o's, and from that time has been on the same duty in England, on the continent and in Australia. Ninety-nine per cent, of the public are interested in the theatre, and. with the above...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITHIN THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 29 September 1900

WITHIN THE RING. The whole of the proceedings in Parliament, that is, the realities which are seldom seen by the public, indicate that everything is dominated by the near approach of the Federal elections. Mr. Reid has totally failed to weaken the Government, and Sir William Lyne remains a fixture. I What, however, is seen by the public indicates the same thing. All the debates, to the tutored spectator, point to an absence of party fire. No dangerous divisions have taken place and none are ahead. In a word Mr. Reid has made himself surplus political luggage — as far as this Parliament is concerned. . He's not wanted on the voyage. Even the coming debate on the estimates has nothing in it. There will be a deal more financial slang wanging, and there will be sharp criticism of various public expendi tures ; but the only party, the demo crats, who might be able to cause an upset, have become listless, as far as Mr. Eeid is concerned. They have that tired feeling, very badly. But it is...

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 — 29 September 1900

KENSINGTON RACES. The Kensington Bacing Club races on Wednesday were well at tended, and a capital afternoon's racing ensued, one of its features being1 the dead heat in the Novice Handicap, between Stuff and Loyal Prix. In the run off, 5 to 4 was laid on Stuff, and after a good race he won by half a length. Three first favourites in Battler, Stuff, and Phyllis O'Brien succeeded in first catching the judge's eye, but on the whole the pencil must have beat the backers. Results : — ? Fifteen Hands Handicap : Battler (0. Gallimore) 1 ; Mona II., 2 ; Gipsy, 8. Fourteen-One Handicap : Sir Isaac (A. Ensor) 1 ; Blue Blood, 2 ; Dolly, 8. Novice Handicap : j- Stuff (F. Manly) 1 ; t L°yal Prlx- 1 2 ; Spinaway, 3. f Dead heat. Thirteen - Three Handicap : Mirth (McGrath) 1 ; Lady Morgan, 2 ; Isola, 3. Fourteen - Two Welter Handicap : Phyllis O'Brien (0. Gallimore) 1 ; Myalba, 2 ; Prim rose, 3. Kensington Handicap : The Desert (Kramer) 1 ; Tecoma, 2 ; Vcnion, 3.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marine Trips for the Summer. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 29 September 1900

Marine Trips for the Summer. 1 here has of late years been a decided increase iu the popularity of summer marine trips along the Australian coast and throughout the New Zealand waters, and it is expected from the attractions offered that the passenger excursion trade this year will exceed all previous records. No doubt this development of sea travel among the AustraHau people is the result of the great headway made by the different steamship companies forming our Australian marine, which now compares with anything of the kind in any part of the world. On the other hand, tho steady growing prosperity of ?our inland country districts enables a greater number of people each year to get away from the almost torrid west. Previously, Sydney city was the extent of fcraval. hllh iinw finrl fViof. au all-round marine trip does not cost more, if, in eome cases, as much, as ordinary hotel expenses iu any one of the capital cities of the group, and the -excursionists have the additional advan t...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR ILLUSTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 29 September 1900

OUR ILLUSTATIONS. The - ill lustration, of Japanese hairdressing is from an interesting photograph over twentv-live years old. The reflected face in the mirror tells us that Japanese photographers were early given to work of a novel kind, the sug gestion being a rather pleasing nrw* 1 Many were the cameras levelled at the formidable-looking cruiser ' Europa,' bristling with modern guns and all the adjuncts of an up-to-date lighting ship, as she slowly steamed up the fairway of Sydney Harbor one of those very rainy days in June. Our illustra tion is reproduced from a photo graph by Mr. Walter Da vies, who had the good fortune to snap the ship as, at the very moment it reached his desired spot, there was a slight break in the clouds and abate of the showers, allow ing just two exposures to be made in rapid succession, when down teemed the rain again. The ' Europa ' is a magnificent ship of 11,000 tons measurement, ranking third largest of the cruisers in the British navy, and naval ex...

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 — 29 September 1900

ECHOES OF SPORT. f fhj Nun q nam Dormio ) When the billiard match for £60 iiside, 7000 up, was made between Memmot and Melbourne Smith, the g neral opinion was that a close g.ime would eventuate. Never was a greater mistake made, as the Bris bane nlnver held him safe almost from the commencement of the game, and heat him on Saturday night by no less than 1 290 points. Most eveiy means known to science that will ordinarily tend to loosen up muscles was used on Timaru 'pug,' Fitz9immons' arm to enab'e him to meet Ruhlin. Seven days before the battle the lanky fighter could not ? *i i i ? p mi ? i ? i ? raise it 10 nis lace. ±nis condition led Bob to resort to heroic methods. The steaming hot towel was frequently used. The heat caused the ex champion to do many a jig, and to say liarsh things. When more than two dozen had been wound about his arm one after another, the paw ceased and the stiffness subequently disappeared The remedy (was successful as tiie New Zealander easily ' downed ...

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 — 29 September 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. Mr. Norton (piously): VI don't want these blasphemous Interjections; they harrow my soul.! What's a sin in the Railway Com missioner is merely a matter of taste in a member of the Public Service Board. I The reverend and pious Norton, M.L.A. : 'I thank God every night I lay my head upon the pillow — having said my prayers first.' If ' What Happened to Jones,' is half as funny as the pantomime in Macquavie-street, it ought to run for a year. Dr. Ross (excitedly): 'Look at colonial beer.' Twelve hou. members (gasping and still more excitedly) : ' Where ?' If Mr. Oliver circularised the railway hands like Mr. Delohery what a howl there would be from the latter' s principal barraclcer. ' The fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much ; ' but the prayer of a hypocrite, only anxious to dodge hell fire, can have no potency. I knew a quack who said that over „ ? 1 -i. 1-- - L . _ ? A ? L ~ I' iiigiiL lie ate a great hiiiuuul u i pudding so that he might dream of a cur...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1ST. DEMONSTRATION HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 29 September 1900

SECOND DAY, Monday, October 1st. Demonstration Handicap. i Alice Mostyn ... . .... . J Glenofe - r.. 2 — ? Bombshell ... ... . 3

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRITERION THEATRE. Le see & Manager, ALF. DAMIPIER ALFRED DAMPIER and his Popular Company, EVERY NIGHT (EXCEPT FRIDAY), "THE PENALTY OF A CRIME" IN FRONT AND BEHIND. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 29 September 1900

CRITERION THEATRE. Le see & Manager, ALF. DAMPIER' ALFRED DAMPIER and hia Popular Company, EVERY NIGHT (EXCEPT FRIDAY), ' THE PENALTY OF A CRIME' IN FRONT AND BEHIND. (By Valentine Day J THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. Tho Criterion — The Penalty of a Crime ; Macbeth on Friday. Her Majesty's — Fedora. The Palace — What Happened to Jones. The Royal — New Babylon. The Tivoli — Irene Franklin. The Standard — Marlow's Dramatic Company. ' Redfern Station — Fitzgerald Bros'. Circus. The Tovrn Hall — Organ Recitals. Queen's Hall — Museum of Anatomy. Cyclorama — Jerusalem and Illusions. Alfred Dampier's conception of Macbeth is as intelligent and coherent as any I have ever witnessed. Truth to tell it lacked majesty somewhat and the actor visibly wearied on first night under the big effort towards the conclusion. But these were mere spots on the sun of a scholarly, finely garbed and artistically-restrained performance. It sickened me to see that the big dailies deemed such an impersonation of...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS FOR WARWICK FARM RACES. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 29 September 1900

TIPS FOR WARWICK FARM ? r. - - RACES. Hurdle Race. I The Laboreii ... 1 I ? Turk ? ? - 2 I Moravian . — .*?..? 3 I , Stewards' Mile. I fcj'La Wft '1 ... 1. I Gozoczar ... ... 2 I Stelene ... ... 3 I Farm Stakes. 1 Underhand ... - - ...? 1 I Hereford ? ... 2 [ .Theorem ... ... 3. ! Warwick Handicap. Bob ? ... ... 2 Loch Clieveden ... 2 , .Bombshell ... ... 3 Pace Welter. Jenny Moore , ... I Gozoczar ... ... '.2 ,Ariana ...' ... 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 — 29 September 1900

THEATRICAL CARDS. MAUD CHETWYND, J. O. William - eon's Opera Company ; vacant dates, Sinnotte'B Agency. / 1 ALARUY SISTERS, Cremorne U Theatre, Perth (W.A.) ; vacan' dates, Sinnotte's Agency. PHILLIP SISTERS, Alhambra, Manilla, (P.I ) ; vacant dates, | Sinnotte's Agency. THORNE and DELL, Fuller's Veriefy Co , N.Z ; vacant dates, Sinnotte's Agency. LOTTIE LORNE, en route to Fuller (N.Z.) ; vacant dates, Sinnotte's Agency. JOHNNY COLEMAN, en route to Fuller (N.Z ) ; vacant dates, Sin notte's Agency, CISSIE MOOllE. Theatre Royal, Brisbane ; vacant dates, Sinnotte's Agency. JO. BAIN, Starring with Dix, N.Z., ? booked by Sinnotte. DENNIS CARVEY, Theatre Royal, Brisbane ; vacant dates, Sinnotte's Agency. ESIVRONI, comique and legmania ? artist ; vacant dates, Sinnotte's Agency. ALICE LAYTON, great Soprano in Vaudeville ; vacant dates. Sin notte's Agency. 'paORNTON SISTERS, with P. R. X Dix, N.Z. ; vacant dates, Sinnotte's Agency. Theatrical Cards are inserted as above at a charge of Is. e...

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 — 29 September 1900

The Warwick Farm races com mence on .Saturday, and ternvnate on Monday next, bight Hour Day, and as the programme is a good one there should be a large attendance. 4 Tipping ' winners, or ' attempting ' to do so, is always dangerous in connection with Warwick Farm, the 'scratching pen' being always so busy, and Saturday's running should throw considerable light upon the manner in which Monady's races will terminate. i

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
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