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THE MINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 11 August 1900

the miner. Lottera from Wilgeoa (8.A.) report another rich fin Tarcoola South. The gold output from Queens land for the month of July was 79,768 oz, or a comparative in crease of 2138 oz. The gold field of New South Wales for July was 53,464oz. as against 62,862oz. for tho same month last year. . ? ? hftVfl Rich specimens ul «-? been forwarded to tho Mines De partment at Perth from the .Salva- tion Army farm country at Collie. Movement on foot, strongly sup ported by Australian Mining Standard, to institute the daily searching of men going off shift. Tho cost of sending three dele gates each from the Ballarat and Beniligo branches of the A. M. A. to Z sehan (Tas.) were £98 and £85 respectively ! Reported that a wealthy English corporation have purchased land at Cockle Creek for the purpose of erecting large works for the treat ment of nickel and chrome ores from New Caledonia. West Australia has a magnificent exhibit of gold, timber, and osher products of its fertile soil at the Par...

Publication Title: Elector, The
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THE ESSENCE OF MANY LIBRARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 11 August 1900

THE ESSENCE OF MANY LIBRARIES. The j Encyclopedia Britannica , which is now being offered by the London Times to residents of New South Wales on Buch favourable terms, engaged the ser ? viceB of a greater number of famous men, and cost more to produce, than any other work in the world. It con tains, in all, 16, 00 different articles, every one of which was written by an authority upon the particular subject dealt with. These articles embody so vast a variety, that it is impossible to present, in a aing'e picture, an adequate idea of the contents or range of thiB wonderful work. This can only be attained by taking up, one after another, its broader divisions. It may be regarded as a Library of History, of Literature and Criticism, of Medicine and Hygiene, of Philosophy and Psychology, of Economics and Political Science, of Theology and the Science of Religions, of Law, of Anthro pology and Philology, of Geography and Physiography, of Curious Beliefs, Cus toms and Superstitions, of Fi...

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PURELY BUSINESS. MONT DE PIETE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 11 August 1900

PURELY BUSINESS. MONT DE P1ETK COMPANY. An exceedingly satisfactory report was submitted at the thirty-sixth half yearly meeting of the Mont do Pieto Deposit and Investment Company (Ltd.) on Tuesday. And seeing the great financial, reform this Company io effect ing, its success ia a matter for public congratulation. Tho directors' report showed that the investment upon mort gages, pledges, and other securities were, in tho aggregate, £77,891 15s. 8d. jlxio gross prone, hb per revenue account;, amounted to £G5t9 10a. lid. This, with £300 from last account, less work ing expenses and interest on deposits and bank overdraft, and qIbo after providing ' jfor doubtful debts and rebating interest on current loans, leaves a net credit balance of £3330 7e. 5d. It is proposed to apportion the profits as follows : Dividend at the rate of 7$ per cent, per annum, £2779 12o. &d. ; carry forward, £550 14s. 8d. Mr. Sanmel Payten, . chairman of directors, who moved the adoption of the report...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 11 August 1900

'?: ;? . ' -Oerm ioicle.!* - Agent 'In ; ..existence,. i^,^,rtdertakenfv|^l| v^Mk Who Applianoes, and have distnfeotod the following promiaoa ; — ; T ' ? .' ' .:;~ r - v ? ^'-'- ? ;. ? !/.'?. ' . .:':;;::-,;^lii!S|y^ ? '' ?^?^C^^^hey-FpQ© PaJ&ite L@i8diei;lIi(M^p;.;;'^#fii :ffct®rfia-'Siark®ts, ;- ' . . '- Tho;;Baiiik @f l.'S. Wales, .?;/;-.; ?y . -liflessrea Jolm Kbop & Son,: Liiiaitfld^V' ? -llassrs. W-. ' T. Ifaters.i Co.- . .' ?/?? V;' '?' ? ' 'Th0;iiaKBsli0stor llapMtecfiiring^.v':Tlioili8teISafiii Sfar/' ? * ' '..;/; ..Tfii© Ifiiilw CStib' .- :-. ;..? v,- .:v--:.-£; ?'?: Messrs. Tltoa, 1© Laliiio &;iBoViLi^; ?.TFhi 'llii'ioii. lassie iinstraSIa' . ; ; Messrs Hiup&iQS & : ? -Messrs MogglRoMiison' &'Co'|U ?' ' Capia's OtaMwa E@ad-st. ? ' -'and ©t!ws. T '-' * -;?-? : ; .EARLY.^ FOB ®PEl ®aTE--;I^AD«ISftBLE. ? ? i ijingxiKBiuamm-«Mmiuii«iwOTnaMja-«»yaatBcujr'— '^?'r iSS^/^P^ set «. mmm. The day was young and not far ppent, A.8 throug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 11 August 1900

Tho Ruopian qualified physician. Dr. Karl Sunell, returned from his trip to the loading hospitals and institutions in Europe, including Paris, Berlin, Hel singfors, Stockholm, and St. Petersburg, to Sydney by the Orient s.s. ' Oruba,' on tho 2'2nd June last. He treats all his patients for all complaints after the most certain and fully improved medical methods. All medicines are brought from Europe, and are exactly tho same as used by physicians in Russian hos pitals. Specialist in cancers and tumors, nerve, blood and skin diseases, rheu matism, sciatica, and lumbago. Private diseases are also treated after the most improved aud feure methods, and with medicines as used by all qualified specialists in leading pri vate hospitals in Europe. If you can not call personally at my address, and advice and medicine should bo wanted at onco, to save delay, kindly include One Pound in your letter, with full particulars of your case. All letters will be answered promptly, and will be destroyed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

DR. L SUNELL, THE RUSSIAN SPECIALIST, Late, from Leading Hospitals of PariB, Berlin, Stockholm, and Sfc. Petersburg, arrived from Europe by the S.S. Oruba 22nd June, 1900. Specialist in Cancers 'and Tumors, Narva, Blood, and Skin dis eases, Rheumatism, Bciatica & Lumbago. All Private Diboqbcq ate also treated after the moot approved mid latent methods. Consultation!? strictly privates, andlottors destroyed after peruoal. Speciiil Con sultations by appointment. Consulting hourB from 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 9. AddrotB : No. 1 (First Floor), FOY'8 CHAMBERS, Corner George and Bond-oto., Sydney, N.B.— No quack busineos, nor extor tionate charges. (Mention this Paper when writing.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

FTRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N.Z. Poll v subscribed capital . . . £2,000,000 ' Invited funds. ? £309,331 Pit® and Marine Risks of every description accepted at lowest rates. The National is the second wealthiest Colo Dial Company, and is in a position to undertake erorydescription of Fire and Marine business on the most favourable terms. ?PftoMPT Settlements* Undoubted Seoubity. 1 W. A. CUBB, Manager, 14 Spring Street, Sydney. J

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KENSINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

KENSINGTON RACES. The Kensington Racing Club brought off another meeting on Wednesday last when, the weather being all that could be desired, the attendance was fully up to the aver age. Two first favourites, Lo Metford and Oocos, pulkd backers through, but as Irene and Veronica, the winners of: the ITourteen-Thiree and Kensington Handicaps were also well backed, the metallicians could not have had much the best of the wagering. A prominent feature waa the large fields that went to the post for all the events on the programme. Results : — Novice Welter : Le Metford (P. Walker), 1 ; Stuff, 2 ; Forest Lady, 3. Fourteen-One Handicap : Sea Shell (Gallimore), 1 ; Siesta, 2 ; Disfigured, 3. Four teen-Tbree Handicap : Irene (Whitehead), 1 ; Bill Dean, 2 ; Petrel, 3. Fourteen Hands Handi cap : Cocos (Albrecht), 1 ; Sir Edward, 2; Amanda, 3. Fourteen - Two Handicap: Eurdyce (Albrecht), 1 ; Irene, 2 ; Lola, 3. Kensington Handicap : Yeronica (Gallimore), 1 ; Jingler, 2 ; Petrel, 3. . The popul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

F.R.O.S.E., L.R.C.P.E., f\ L.M.R.C.P.B., also L.B.G.S.I. k:%/A'. ..„,:. /G.Ma*i& For sixteen yearo Hon. Surgeon to the Bydney Hospital— Registered by the GOVERN RHENT i Medical Board— ban durinnr his recent world-wide travels discovered a NEW METHOD OF HEALING, which note like Magic in removing Foul breath, Indigestion, Palpitation, Blushing, flhortnewj of Breath, Impaired Memory, i 'Weak, Sore. Sunken or Dark-circled Eyes, Sallow or Pimply Skin, Dulneoa of Intel- « I lect, Piles. Conotipation or Relaxation of the Bowels. Bad Taste, Wind, Desire for Solitude or Drink, Paohfulneas. Weak ? Pack, Bad Feet. Oozing of Saliva from' the Mouth during Pleep, Neuralgia, Hacking Cough, Giddiness, Fear of Insanity or Suicide, Inclination to throw yourself down when over water, Inabili'y to keep your Thoughto off Impure Subjects, Dr-ams, Twitchintr of the Eyelids, Nimbneso or Prickly Sensations. Timidity, Fear of Im pending Dangpr. &c. Dr. TAKRANT malteo ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE for ...

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ELECTION ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

ELECTION ITEMS. Mr. M'Millan is to have two op ponents in the fight for the eastern suburbs, Mr. Storey and Major Neild, and they mean business. They openly state that the recent petition to Mr. M'Millan was non representative — at any rate in numbers. There will be a big contest for the seat comprising Bathurst, East Mac quarie and Cowra, the contestants being Mr. Crick, Mr. Sydney Smith and Mr. Waddell. It is now stated that Mr. Brunker will stand for the Federal Senate. Hence Mr. Gillies may have an easy ran for the Maitlands. People who profess to know strongly advise Mr. Brunker to avoid the Senate contest. Mr. Waddell regards his chances for the Batburst-Cowra seat as ex ceedingly good. It is stated that Mr. Willis is undertaking to introduce Sir Joseph Abbott and Mr. Brunker to the electors as suitable senators. It is understood that Mr. M'Millan will commence his Federal campaign almost immediately. The democratic papers in Mel' bourne are beginning to get the riglr estimate...

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WITHIN THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

WITHIN THE RING. Good headway has been made with the new Sydney Municipal Bill, and it remains with the Council to com plete the drastic reform that wipes out the Sydney corporation. Some members, supposed to be democratic or liberal, are anxious to annul the issue of electors' rights. Mr. Sam Moore is one of these mis mistaken individuals. Sir William Lyne will not find much support if he attempts to destroy this demo cratic corrective or safeguard. Any thing in preference to impersonation. The new Municipal Bill put through the Assembly by Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, gives big financial help to. municipalities generally, by empowering them to realise on pro perties failing to pay taxes. Once more the Assembly has shown its hostility and contempt for the over-worshipped Mr. Barton. Mr. Terry the other night, asked the Premier if the Government could see their way to arrange for a fitting public reception for Mr. Barton, whom he called * Australia's noblest son.' The derisive outburst...

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FEDERAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

FEDERAL CANDIDATES. The following is a list of candi dates, announced on fairly reliable .authority, for the two Houses of the Federal Parliament: — The Senate, six members. (The whole colony one constituency) — Mr. Barton, Mr. James Inglis, Mr. Walker, Mr. Brunker, Sir Joseph Abbott, Mr. J. G. Griffin, Mr. M'Gowen, Mr. E. Terry, and Mr. ) ( F. B. Suttor. | s' The House op Representatives — '? Twenty-six members. Waanaring (Albury-The Hume). — Sir William Lyne, Mr. J. J. Miller, and Mr. J. Wilkinson, ex 1^ M.P. for Albury. hT Cummara (Glebe). — Mr. Bruce Smith, Mr. Hogue, Mr. Hawthorne, Mr. Law, and Mr. Wilks. Bullanaming (Sydney Railway ? Suburbs). — Mr. Wise, and probably Mr. Reid. Calarie (Orange, Forbes, etc.) — Mr. T. M. Dalveen, Mr. Melville, Mr. T. Brown, M.P., and probably Mr. H. W. Newman, and Mr. Holman. * Kurangai (Manly, Narrabeen, Broken Bay).— Mr. E. M. Clark, . and Mr. Dugald Thomson. Cambewarra (Picton, Campbell 0 town. South Coast). — Mr. Kidd, Mr. Hay, of Coolangat...

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MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. Maurus Jokai, the Hungarian novelist, who ia being made a great lion in Paris, mu3t even, in these days bo accounted a more than usually prolific writer. He .. has* written some 350 volumes of poetical works, 25 romances, six dramas, besides numbero of novel ettes, reviews nnd political papers. Mr. G. E. Lo Hunto, Adminis- * trator of British New Guinea, is in Brisbane, on his annual holiday. He says that, owing to the short sighted policy of the traders, the rubber industry has received a I j severe check, through the ruthless I destruction of trees. The late Lord Chief Juatice of England was one of the most popular men that ever sat on the bench. Originally a journalist, ^J following that occupation whilst ^j reading for the bar, and for several years after he was called, he mixed with ' all aorta and cond tions of men,' following the advice of the great orator of Tarsus, in ' being all things to all men.' Whether amidst the workers of his electorate or in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

' MY COLONIAL.' KENT BREWERY, frajt _U_ njUa*'' «M_^-3 uJWd mOm on MAKE A NOTE. SAVE YOUR SHILLINGS. ^ PATT1NS0N & CO., -o^CASIi DRUG REFORMERS, MONEY Have REMOVED their Principal Depot from HEALTH SAVED George Street, Opposite Royal Hotel, 8AVED E THEIR NEW PRE1ISES, Corner Gieopge && fMflamlket Streets. *| ? ? ? ]e Preserve 20'- HE|-E MEANS and your Health 25h ELSEWHERE- Live Long. _ 1 'SPRING l?&8WK®mB I SPmSM® FACTIONS 1 I S'EW PATTERlsTSI nSTIETW- MATERIALS I ! ? ????????? ? ? ? U : : .' Qur Windows $l\®\w$ ffion Plew tads form one of toe Slants of Spney. | ? ' '?'???? ? ? ? ? ?? \ I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

CRITERION THEATRE. Lessee & Manager, ALF. DAMPIER. ALFRED DAMPIER and his Popular Company, EVERY NIGHT (EXCEPT FRIDAY), ' THE POWER OF WEA.LTU.'

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ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

ECHOES QF SPORT. (By Nunquam JDormio.) The well-known English pedes trian, F. E. Bacon, recently beat Len Hurst fcr £100 aside, by two yards. Tho diotenco wao ten miles, and tho timo 64rmn. lOuoco. Mat Hi^gino, one o£ tho best all-round mnnors Australia over oaw, ran ton milGQm 59mm. 35dgco. at the Rod Houoo Gi-oundo, North cote, near Melbourne, on tho 22 ad September, 1866. In am attempt; to run 5]jj- nuloo in half an hour on the Albert Ground, Hedforn, on December lot, 1C66, ho wao beaten by Imin. 4Oseco. It wao raining heavily at tho time, and o very thing was againot tho athleto. On tho same ground on the 13th July, 1867, ho won the five mile handicap from scratch in 29inin. 28goco. On tho 10th Auguofc, 1867, he endeavoured to run nineteen mileo in two hours, but when he ran fifteen miles in Ihr. 36min. SOoeca. ho retired. On© o£ tho best sprinters that ever performed on the Albert Ground wao Al. Pylce, and on the 17th September, 1870, he was matched againafc Mat. Higgins for £2...

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IN FRONT AND BEHIND. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

IN FRONT AND BEHIND. (By Valentine Bay.) THE WEEK 8 PROGRAMME. The Criterion — The Power of Wealth ; Hamlet on Friday. The Tivoli- Billie Barlow. TheRojal — Absent- Minded Beggar Her Majesty's —The Rose of Persia. The Palace— War P.cturea. Oyclorama— Jerusalem & Illu8:ons. It is about eighteen years since I first saw The Green Lanes of Eng land and it has stood the test of time very well. It belongs to the old school of melodrama and makes its effects and sensations legitimately without having recourse to mechani cal devices or gorgeous displays. Wherefore I like it. Alfred Dam pier dodges in and out all through the play, attired in a red coat and a becoming pair of whiskers. lie has little chance of acting in the higher sense of the term and gels his big effect in by his delivery of The Charge of The Light Brigade, which for some time caused me to feel a? though cold water had been poured down my back and then, just when I was all goose-flesh, sent the blood flying through ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

Newsagents can obtain Copies of |g The Elector from K WHOLESALE NEWSAGENTS, 1 ?fSlYT' STREET, SYDHEY* 1

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POLITICAL PARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. With a pained expression mem bers of the Aseembly on Friday evening deplored the waste of time — and took three hours to deplore it. A progress report of Mr. Sleath's select committee on the despatch of contingents will probably be pub lished, and should make interesting reading. Private members' night is de Bcribed by Mr. Sleath as « burlesque night.' Perhaps the hon. member is right, but no one more frequently plays the star part. New Zealand Government will settle the drink traffic controversy by tiking a referendum for a seven years' prohibition policy, to apply to the colony as a whole. Since the paoeing of the First Offenders Probation Act in New Zealand in 188(5, 1120 persons have been placed on probation, of whom only 67 have had to be re-arrested. Mr. Spence, M.L A., an old trade unionist, ridicules Mr. Reid's figures on the number of trades unionists atd non unionists in the colony. 'The lodger often causes the trouble,' observed the member for Northumber...

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DIARY FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

DIARY FOR THE WEEK. Saturday— Moorfield Races. j Mcnday. — Forest Lodge Pony - J Races. Tuesday. — Rosebery Park Pony Races. Wednesday. — Kensington Pony Races. Thursday. — Brighton Pony Races. Following the Queensland Cham- «4js pion Kace, ran at Ipswich, and won by Mr. Tait's Zje, with Ben Bolt and Van Tromp second and third, came the Hobart Town Champion Race, which was ran on Tuesday, the 5th December, 1861. Like the other Champion Races, it was a sweep of £100 each for starters with £500 added, the second horse to receive £200 and the third £100, three miles, weight for age. Owing to the presence of Ben Bolt, a Weat Australian repre sent vtive, Mr. John Tait's Talley rand from New South Wales, the imported horse Panic, and Mormon from Victoria, the race was more than usually interesting, but the general opinion was that the issue of the race lay between Talleyrand, Ben Bolt and Mormon. A few days before the meeting was to be held, rain Get in, and the stewards found it necessar...

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