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ROSEBERY PARK CHRISTMAS DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 December 1900

ROSEBERY PARK CHRISTMAS DAY MEETING. The management of the Rosebery Park Club are also in the field with a programme of five races to be decided on Tuesday next, Christmas Day. The events are pretty much the same as usual, and entries are to close with the secretary, Mr. A. E. Bateman, at the office of the club, at 5 p.m. to-day (Friday).

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.J.C. BOXING DAY MEETING VILLIERS' STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 December 1900

A. J.C. BOXING DAY MEETING Villiers' Stakes. Jenny Moore ... 1 Fulminate ... ... 2 Latem ... ??? 3 Summer Cui*. Blue Metal... ... 1 Crosslake ... ??? 2 Flodden ... 8.

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 — 22 December 1900

TIPS FOR WARWICK FARM RACES Hurdle Race. Bubbles ... ... 1 Oberon ... ... 2 Tri d' Or ? 3 Stewards' Mile. Yariubek ... ... 1 Jeanette ... ... 2 Black Metal ... ... 3 Two-Year-Old Handicap. Malaga ... ... 1 Miss Robinson ... 2 Chippy Norton ... 3 Warwick Handicap. Mazzatina ... ... 1 Pelissier ... ... 2 Delusion ? 3 Pace Welter. Tam 0' Shanter ... 1 Whirlpool ... ... 2 Gunnedah ... ??? 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 — 22 December 1900

EARLY IN JANUARY, 1901. That Magnificent Property known as ? 1WAHKS' GRANT, SANS SOUGI, ^ Adjoining the Public School, ' Ellesmere,' the residence of the Hon. J. H. Carruthers, M.P., and ' St. Kilda,' the mansion of William Pritchard, Esq., with extensive frontages to the Rocky Point Road (along which the tram passes), and water frontages to the beautiful and charming Kogarah Bay, with panoramic views extending right through Botany Heads and over National Park. ERNEST C. V. BROUGHTON MAS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY AUCTION ON THE GROUND, On an early date in January, 1901, the above-described. Full Particulars at the Salerooms, 250 PITT STREET, 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 — 22 December 1900

Never Heard of Kensington ? lAIUn ? Everyone's talking wny a Of that Model . . Pony and Galloway Track. Have a run out any Wednesday afternoon, but don't miss the Commonwealth Meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 2. Just listen to this, THE INAUGURATION (from a sporting point of view) : — 1. There's a fixture for to-morrow, and the odds arc ten to one That the meeting will be something extra 'cush,' Tho gate will be a record, for the programme's full of fun, And there'll be a crowd of people from the bush. 2. The Stewards. have been busy putting matters nice and straight, The course is now a very pretty scene, The Governors and other nobs will ride along in state, And mingle with the Soldiers of the Queen. 3. Tho Grandstands will be crowded, and it's sovereigns to ' scrums,' That the sport will be exciting from the start, With the waving of the banners and the rolling of the drum-1, And the Swaddies in their uniforms so smart. 4. When the noble Starter Hopetoun drops the Federation Fiag Compe...

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 December 1900

THIS LIX 'EM. W. MACPHERSON'S Barley Mow Hotel and Wine and Spirit Stores, PARK & CASTLEREAGH STS. Contractors to th« N.S, W. Government Institutions for Wines, Spirits, and Beers. NOTE. — The Public are informed that they are charged the same price as accepted by the Government. Per Case. Per Bottle. 41s 6d MAO'S SPECIAL WHISKY .. .. 3s 6d Why pay more P 52s 6d The Popular CANADIAN CLUB WHISK1 4s 6d Why pay more? 45s THORNE'S A1 LIQUEUR WHISKY . . 3s 9d Why pay more ? 48s CRAWFORD'S P. and O. WHISKY . , 4s Why pay more? 50s G. R. (GEO. ROE'S) IRISH WHISKY . . 4s 3d Why pay nrore ? 48s DANIEL CRAWFORD'S P. & 0. WHI5KY 4s Why pay mcwe 57s DICKENS'S WHISKY ? 5s Why pay more? 46s TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM . . 3s 9d Why pay more? 54s JOHN JAMESON'S WHISKY. . . . 4s 6d Why pay more P 47s The CELEBRATED WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS 2s & 4s Why pay more ? 76s GRAND SUPREME (the Crack Cognac) .. 6s 6d Why pay more? 44s SILYERSTRRAM SCHNAPPS (extra spc'l) 2s & 4s Why pay m...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOREST LODGE DISQUALIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 December 1900

FOREST LODGE DISQUALIFICA TIONS. The management of the Forest Lodge Pony and Galloway Meet ings have determined to do all in their power to put a stop to the * pulling ' and ' roping ' so prevalent of late, at both horse and pony meet ings. On Monday afternoon a vigi lent eye was kept on the running of some of the competitors with the re sult that the following disqualifi cations, to remain in force for 12 months, were imposed for suspicious riding in the Fourteen-Onc Handi cap : — Bay mare Harmony, owner (C. Roberts), and jockey (T. Mer ritt) ; bay mare Prioress, owner (R. Greer), and jockey (W. Smith); and chestnut gelding Sir Edward, owner (R. Greer), and jockey (C. Wells). For a similar offence in the Thirteen Three Handicap, the chestnut mare Isola and owner (S. J. C. Smith) were each disqualified for life. The owners of Alba and Ocean Girl were each fined £10 for non-scratching in the same race. While giving the stewards due credit for . remembering that the quality of mercy -...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOREST LODGE CHRISTMAS DAY PONY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 December 1900

FOREST LODGE CHRISTMAS DAY PONY RACES. For some years the brothers, »J. and T. Spender brought off a race meeting on Christmas Day at Lillie B rid ere. and following their oxample, the Forest Lodge proprietary have announced one for Tuesday, the 25th inst. There are five events 011 the programme, to which no less a sum th»n £120 is added, £10 being de voted to the Commonwealth trot. The proprietary hive given ever} publicity to the programme, but it is ns wl'll to remind those interested that entries are to close at 5 p.m. to day (Fridaj), with the secretary, Mr. 13. G. James, 21 Royal Arcade.

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 December 1900

'A wii» merchant sends out smnpfoA of hi* goods.' If you: re* ceive this copy of 'The News letter' as a ssiEtpIe, remember — the paper Improves ©very week. Ik- toss than four . months - its cir culation increased' tenfold, and la' now unapproache'd by any other Pettny Paper ofi Its kind published in the Colociflec. It is the largest Penny Weeldy Paper in Austra lasia ; it is also larger than most of the Threopeimy Papers, and con tains' more original matter than many' Papers issued a t Sixpence. It is- THE Atzsimiizm Paper for Australian People — and it fears no rival I You may not receive another free copy; therefore, show this one to your Bookseller, order future numbers from kim, or fill up the subscription form, acid send it on at once to the Publisher off 'The Newsletter, ' Sydney.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOLD IN THE SMOKING ROOM. HOW THE SHOW WAS FINANCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 December 1900

TOLD IN THE SMOKING ROOM. HOW THE SHOW WAS FINANCED. ( More years ago than I quite care to say — or to remember ' — it was bhe Old Acbor who was speaking — ' I made my firsb journey to America witli an j^ngnsn com pany. The famous Forrest riots were an affair of quite recent histoiy, and neither the feeling which had ,L,iven rise to them, nor trie bitterness which was their natural legacy, had by any means quite disappeared. They linger still, to a certain extent— a very small extent, I am glad to say— and even quite recently a little clique of American actors tried to revive the old cry about the neces sity of protection against English ' interlopers.' It came to nothing, of course, and never will come to anything. Sensible Americans — and the vast majority of Ameiicans are keenly sensible — recognise and accept the position of affairs as inevitable. They see that a nation occupied as America is — and must be for a generation or two to come — with the task of building up the fabric...

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 December 1900

Ap Exceptiopal Offer to all Readers of 'Tbe Newsletter.' A TWO GUINEA PORTRAIT FOR 15s. The Newsletter has made arrangements with a responsible firm, for whose due performance The Newsletter accepts liability, whereby any of its readers can obtain, securely packed, A LIFE-LIKE ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPH, Mounted on a superb plate, with beautifully cut-out mount, and Magnificently Framed in 2-in. English Oak, measuring 2 -ft. x ift. 8-in., forwarded, ready for hanging, the most marvellous work ever produced at the price, worthy of a place in a Mansion, and :yet a handsome, artistic ornament to a small House or Cottage, for the low sum of 15s. Each. The Enlargements are produced from any Photograph sent to The Newsletter, whether Cabinet, Carte-de-visite, or any other size or sort, the original photagraph being returned uninjured. The enlargements are superbly finished by a skilled artist, they cannot fade, and are 19* REAL WORKS OF ART, SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING OBTAINABLE OTHERWISE AT THREE TIM...

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 December 1900

^ ? rc— — mi U T7 U LJ124 J. X J 0 i w THE INDEPENDENT order OF foresters. 1 The I O F is a I'- 'nco1 Plated by Special Act of Parliament, Canada. Registered as a Company having secured assets In Victoria, * Canada, the^J?s!A.,' BrUish ^s\aiKlT^ra'nc^°N(^rway TmUa and* A 11 ° t ^1° ' Uj? ' ' ^rom 18 t0 5'( years of are equally eligible as members. It is inactive operation throughout : ?JJjJ1 PREMIUMS ON A POLICY OF £100 : For I?ur»her Particulars apply to Dr. ORONHYATEKHA, S.C.R., Monthly % ;;; % ::: ;;; $ $ or W. G. STOTT, D.S.C.R., 283 George St., SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 December 1900

PARSONS' Flaked Oatmeal and Rolled Oats Have the largest sale of any cerea Food in the Australian colonies They are always of a uniform quality, free from husks and other impurities. None but r.he very finest selected Milling u its are used, and the very latest »ud up-to-date machinery and cookers in manufacturing. One Trial will assure u of their continued use. PARSONS' Pure High=Grade and Ivy Brand Jams Are mad1'1 from the best picked fruit and white crystal cane sugar and wo guarantee a minimum amount of handling, thus asf uring the customers of tho cleanly manuer they are made. Our Factories are the Largest and Most Upto Date in Australia. PARSONS' Laundry Starch Has the following recommenda tions : PLEASE GIVE IT A TRIAL, Beeau«e it cauuo't be better, It's made from- the finest ingredients. It's Puiib. It's Effective. LAUNDRESSES Inform ua they can iron easier ' with it, do their work qui( ker, ; ma es Linen stiffer, gives a cleaner appearance to the fabrics. Besides, it Goes F...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CONNINGHAM CASE. Disagreement of the Jury. BITS FROM THE ADDRESSES OF MR. WANT, THE PETITIONER AND MR. JUSTICE SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 22 December 1900

THE CONNINGHAM CASE. Disagreement of the Jury. BLTS FUO.YL THE ADDRESSES OF MR. WANT, TBE PETI TIONER and MR. JUSTICE SIMPSON. In the course of his address to the jury on behalf of the co-respondent, Mr. Want said : Could they (the jury) carry themselves back to the days when the highest ecclesiastics and men of distinction had been sub jected to such attacks as these ? They did not want to go further back than the time when a Rabbi was sub jected to some such charge, and when a leading physician here was made the victim of like attacks. Then there was the more celebrated case to which he need not refer ; he meant the case of 'Baker Pasha.. . . , He asked them if, on thepaths of such people [as the petitioner and respon dent] they would convict Dr. O'Haran of something which, so far as he was concerned (For, if he was found guilty, he could go from that court, and there was not a man so mean in any part of the world that he could pay him reverence), was worse than mur der. Knowing t...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Proverbial Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 5 January 1901

Proverbial Wisdom. Some familiar phrases have been originally said by people not all otherwise famous as sayers of smart things. Madame Oornuel was the original author of the phrase, ' No man is a hero to his valet.' One narei saia, ' speech was given to man to disguise his thoughts.' ' A nation of shopkeepers,' applied to lilngland and her people, though generally attributed to Napoleon the Kirst, really occurs in Adam Smith's 4 Wealth of Nations.' ' The pen ij mightier than the sword' is the saying of Bulwer Lytton. 'A thing of beauty is a joy for ever,' is from Keats. ' The heart that has truly loved never forgets ' belongs to Tom Moore ; so does ' The luxury of woe,' and ' The trail of the serpent is over them all.' ' To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die ' was the pretty saying of Campbell, and his also is 'Coming events cast their shadows before.* ' Plain living and high thinking' was Wordsworth's ideal. 'Variety's the very spice of life that gives it all its flavor'...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Game of Bluff. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 5 January 1901

A Game of Bluff. A little game of poker was played at one of the Bohemian clubs the other night, among a party of intimate friends, in which a somewhat ingenious bluff was successful. The stakes were ios. nrifa r\ r\ A n /* r Itmif cn fV* oro Tin o ,CVil LC auu a. ixixxxcj ou cuoio vv isomething to play for. Five men were at the board, and a jack pot -was opened for a sovereign by a -well-known barrister, noted for his cool stiff game. An actor, who also prides himself on his poker knowledge, sat next to the barrister. He came in the pot, and raised the sovereign to two pounds. Everybody else fell out. The barrister looked at his cards in an absent-minded way and remarked : ' Did I ever tell you that story of Sam Quickly, of Birmingham ?' ' Well, let's hear what you are going to do about this pot, and then we'll listen to your story,' :said the actor, with just a tinge of impatience in his manner. ' Sam was a very clever lawyer, and he was a bit of a wag. I .don't remember that I ev...

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Long Jim's Wedding Journey. [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 5 January 1901

Long Jim's Wedding Journey. 13 v Gee Pee. Long Jim and his bride started on their wedd ng journey one line morning in May. Not by any means in the way by which brides are supposed to leave their parents' IIU1MC LU CUIAJLUJLCL LUC piUIUlftCU joys of married life did Mary leave her early home; no parent or friend conducted her to church ; no group of friends threw handfuls of rice after the happy couple. Long Jim saddled his horse early in the morning. Mary saddled her own steed, and with her few articles of clothing strapped to their saddles, without a greeting from anyone, they made their departure on the sixty mile journey to the town where the parson dwelt whom they intended should splice the nuptial knot. They were, a green couple, such as were not unknown in the bush some fifty years ago. Mary, with her sister an 1 her mother, had lived until she had reached her thirtieth year on an isolated farm, which had been granted to her father when the blacks were numerous in the land, an...

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 — 5 January 1901

Aq Exceptiopal Offer t© aB8 Readers of 'Tbe Newsletter.' A TWO GUINEA PORTRAIT FOR 15s. The Newsletter has made arrangements with a responsible firm, for whose due performance The Newsletter accepts liability, whereby any of its readers can obtain, securely packed, -*- A UIFE-lsIKE ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPH, Mounted on a superb plate, with beautifully cut-out mount, and Magnificently Framed in 2-in. English Oak, measuring 2-ft. x ift. 8=in., forwarded, ready for hanging, the most marvellous work ever produced at the price, worthy of a place in a Mansion, and yet a handsome, artistic ornament to a small House or Cottage, for the low sum of 15s. Each. The Enlargements are produced from any Photograph sent to The Newsletter, whether Cabinet, Carte-de-visite, or any other size or sort, the original photagraph being returned uninjured. The enlargements are superbly finished by a skilled artist, they cannot fade, and are REAL WORKS OF ART, SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING OBTAINABLE OTHERWISE AT THREE TIME...

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 — 5 January 1901

? ? ? ? THE NEWSLEtTEfr. ? 13 I IW' THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 'W I *TT* 1 1 1-. I.O.I*. is a meat l-'ratcnnl aul'lj'8'^ Special^ Act of Parliament, Canada. Registered as a Company having secured assets in Victoria. Canada, the U.S.A., British I s I a n i fs .'l ?' r a n c °N or w a y Tii'dia and'Au^ral^'sia'1 ' ^r0'n l8 '° 54 ^-jars a^U| are equally eligible as members. It is in active operation throughout F PREMIUMS ON A POLICY OF £ioo: For Further Particulars apply to Dr. ORONHYATEKHA, S.C.R., A(ih ... , , , l8 «7Q Kjj^ ? M''T''-V - '- ?'« ???? 4 ::: }?4 ... $, or W. G. STOTT, D.S.C.R., 283 George St., SYDNEY. ?

Publication Title: Newsletter: An Australian Paper For Australian People, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newsletter: an Australian Paper for Australian People — 5 January 1901

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