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

feSi;-- n\ , /'? ?::-? .--.7. , gg Owl Cut-Rate Drug Co., Consulting & Dispensing1 Chemists. ilff','' ^fxXzT 5-\ Oufc-Bate Price-Liet Forwnrded Free on Application ' |pi:?'v- //!\^iWS»l^ Da- OLARKSON'S Beinvigorator. Wo still offer i'l'f',' ? /r'x^^Sli^ifS^ - £1OJ rewflr(i for au7 caao we cannot euro. Tim secret i W$H:'y- ? M^SMm;WW0W^li\ remedy stopo nil drains and Iobbcb in 24 hours, restorou E^;''v r^W^r^^wTO^F^w\ v'gjri cures Nervous Debility, Varicocele, ProBtatitia, W^':': l?fe^m^W-i?fe'P- ? Kidney, Bladder, aud all other terrible waeting effects W&''' \%W^^WMw^W:in* cauBed by youthful folly and excesses. Sent cealed and W^: vi^^^0liim^m^'W$s*h^G from observation to any part -of the colonies, 7/6 wf '??'?? Vj^Wil|^^^|-4v bottle, 3 bottles for £1 : guaranteed to cure. Pamphlet fe' ^^S^fefe®/ °ELEOTRIO BELTS RESTORE THE WEAK, RE P XOC 9^ FRESH THE STRONG, KEVIVE THE DEPRESSED, PV,:- ACT LIKE A CHARM. REGULAR PRICE, 1 GUINEA. CUT PRICE, 10b. p-;: POST FREE. %* Cou...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

.i&'fjP ^ ^ ^1 r-si ^ ^~. '~ ^ ^ ^J ^ ^ — ^ -? -^ ^ ^ --j ^ * ft*^!q coccccdcccccqcqqqq do i'S'f' ^^T^1^ i'.6!f! I5(r^imm^\'^- i.o.f. l^lll^SsI^ i:S:l': ^^p^ 1.0.]*'. Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament '?^?''- Canada, 52 Vic, chap, ltu. Amended I.O.F. ... . \0\,- ' 59 ^-ic, chaj-. i2.|. !.().]?'? Registered under tin; 'Companies Act 18901 1 q 1,' as a Company having secured Assets in Victoria' l.O.F. It has also deposits, as rc.iimrnd by law, in I.O.F. Great Britain, U.S.A., Canada, and 'wherever , q j,. operating in other parts of Australasia. j!o!f- ? 1-0. r. The I.O.I7, is a great Iiitcniatinnal and Fra I.O.F. ternal Society. It operates throughout the I 0 F Dominion of Canada, the United Slates. Great ' * ,' Britain and Ireland, Franco, Norway, India, and J.U.r. Australasia. j'/v ,,' 'l gives Assurance Benefits at a lower cost I.O.I1, than can bo found in any other ('onipanv in the I.O.F. world. I.O.F. The policies of the I.O.F. range from £100 to I.O.F. £1000 ste...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lord Russell. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

Lord Russell. The death is an nounced of the Lord Chief Justice of England — Baron Russell of Kill owen — perhaps the greatest advocate the bar has ever known, certainly one of the greatest lawyers — a perfect judge, and an upright Irish gentle man. Born at Killowen, Co. Down, in 1882, he only reached 67 years of age. The deceased judge really com menced his legal career as a solicitor in Belfast, but as a staunch Roman Catholic, his chance in that city was not very great. Going to England, he was called to the bar in 1859. As a pleader he was speedily successful, *8****ii- and in 1872 he 'took silk,' entering Parliament in 1880. In 1886, Mr. Gladstone made him Attorney General, when he showed an example that no man in Australia has ever dared to follow, he threw over all private practice, at a loss of £25,000 per annum. In 1894, Sir Charles Russell was made a Lord of Appeal, and a few months later, on the death of Lord Coleridge, he was made Lord Chief Justice of England. It was pe...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General newspaper for tu People, NEITHER BY FEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, BUT BY TRUTH. ALONE.

Publication Title: Elector, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

;| !^:;|;;;'ftti.;§ ? ;£.ib.c 4P.es. 5 ni.im.amjs. § iL.Mi.iE.C!.Q.ia.9 ? ?' late.; vV\-'P''p-Vii1v;:'l:;~' ? -i-jbB. ''GIBBONS, who ia trebly qualified and registered in London and t!io Colonies aa a ^';|'irf' ;f& ?. ? .-!?. Phyuiblan and tfurgeon. rccsirecl Lin education in the ISngliuh and (Scotch Universitios, and. com t: .;T'jp|%.J?f:1' '''V' ??'ipjeted' Wb atudiea in the leading hoopiiala of Euvopc. He hfca made n. life-loaf* Dtudy of ; ?^'?H!,^':'..*!/1'-; .'?'?'?? He hdarby diligent research, inveutig&ted tbeir origin and crimp, and hna discovered the ?' '?'?'?'fl sK't^' quickest and oureat means of thoroughly curing them. Ho hao, by hiu unequalled miccesa, during a '?'' W^-'V/'' -.period of mauy yeaio, obtained the laiffhcat position in hia profotiuion. The various diseases em , ? ?}&$%?!['?;.'''?. ?firaciod in hiBppecialty aro thoiso which have hitherto cauncd more micory and Buffering1 than any / ' jf '.' 0 i ' , ?'? -~' -Otnei* Mnd of trouble that...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURFIANA. (By The Wizard.) TIPS FOR MOORFIELD RACES. FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

TURFIANA. (By The Whard.J TIP3 FOR MOO K FIELD RACES. t Flying Hondioap. Plain Tom .... 1 j Latem ? 2 j Alannah .... 3 3 Kogaraie Stakes. j J.R ? 1 j Lygon .... 2 , Thyress . . . . o '*??; Steward'b Mile. Little Joe . . . . 1 Underhand . . . . 2 Gallina . . . . 3 Jumper's Flat. Turk ? I Pebble .. ..2 Euchre . . . . 3 Moorefield Handicap. Turbine . . ? . 1 Pax ? 2 Little Joe . . . . 3 Welter Handicap. Moravian . . . . i Jeanette . . . . 2 Greenwell .... 3 *

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

f: bubonic: :? :ii£0iM-l|iiii|iiM (Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent jn existence, iis undertaken ^ifj9| ':-? .- ' ' ' ? . ???' ?? - '???? ????'? - . ? ?????? ?;.?-?;?:,??. ?? . ... ??. * ? . ..?? '?--':'? '??.'?$$$& ;. .-?,.. . . - ?-;,.?.? .'. ?? . ,-^i^^s O'Connell-street^- Sydney, ^l|f 'Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and have disinfected the following premises : — ' , — ' \ ;i; -S# Sydney Town Hall, The Bank of 1. S. Wales, The MsmchsstQE* Manufacturing Co. Messrs. Tfaos. IG5e La Rue it Co. Li ^ Messrs Hogg, Rohinsoiro Bt Co.. Li. Sydney 'Free Public Lohdlng LSbraty, ilissrs, Join IlCeop & Son, Limited, ? ' Tta© ZliistFalfiafiB Star,' Tlie lliiioffl IsibIc of Australia ?? 1 Capo's Sliarraters, E$ond-st. Queen Victoria Markets, ?'..??? ..'-v^ lessrs. W'. T. Waters & 'Co. ?;'.; ? ,'^S|lt , The Union Club .;.;:; :.;.; :;$^pij Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Sollcitors-^!|S|| and others. ' -: .. ?'-?\'^-'?fflW$ EARLY APPLICATION...

Publication Title: Elector, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

Will Barrier friends kindly note that The Electoh is on Bale at the Stationers' Hall Co., 8. H. Rea's, and at Alex. Wight's. Other agents will be supplied by asking Mr. Peart, of Wendt's Cham bers, our business representative, to forward their orders. 'VITADATIO HAS SAVED THOUSANDS OF LIVES IT MAY i-AVE YOURS IF YOU TAKE IT. KIDNEY AND HEART TROUBLE CURED A ME88AGK PROM NEW ZEALAND.— TWO YEARS SINCE 8HE WA8 CURED AND NO BETURN OF THE OLD TROUBLE. Union St., Auckland, N Z., April 24, 19C0. Mr. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir,— I am writing to thank you for bringing Vitadatio to New Zealaud, for I know from my own experience that it i6 an excellent medicine For two years I suffered with a WEAK HEART and KIDNEY TROUBLE. I was get ting from bad to worse during thia time. I tried inanj' so called remedies, but they afforded me no relief. At last I had to take to my bed, and waa coufiued to my room for three months. While I was so bad a friend advised me to try Vitadatio, and I am pleased to say t...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

THE MINER. Another patch of nuggets, weigh ing 120oz., was struck the other day at the 1000ft. level of indicator in the new Normanby mine. Q-lenfine South's new 40-stamp mill is rapidly approaching com pletion, and everything promises to be in working order in a fort night. A Melbourne mining expert who has visited Tarcoola goldfielde, South Australia, states the forma tion is similar to that of Oobar, in this colony. A syndicate which took over the Golden Gate mine at Oroydon (Q.) to work on tribute, has received £80,000 in dividends during the ip past two years. Another great find has taken in W.A., twelve miles from West Leonora. The find covers the whole of a 24 aero lease, and averages lOOoz. to the ton. Over 250 Ballarat miners hwo enrolled themselves as willing to go to South Africa to work on the Hand mines on a stipulated engage ment of 12 months. ?«? During last week the Sulphide corporation at Oocklo Creek treated 795 tons of ore, producing 351 tons of bullion, containin...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAKE A NOTE OF THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

MAKE A NOTE OF THIS. If you expect to conquer in the battle of «j to-day, You will have to blow your trumpet in a firm and steady way. The man who owns his acres is the mau who ploughs all day, ' ? ?? And the man who keeps a humming is the man who' a here to stay. But tho man who advertises with a sort of sudden jerk Is the man who biames the printer be cause it doesn't work. The man who gets the business usea brainy printer's ink, Not a clatter or a splatter, but an ad. that makes you think ; Aud he plans out his advertisements, as he plans his well-b'pugftt otock, And the future of his business ia as BoUd ao a rock.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Smoke—or not to Smoke ? THE MACQUARIE-ST. PANTOMIME. CLIPPINGS FROM THE BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

To Smoke — or not to Smoke ? THE MACQUARIE-ST. PANTOMIME. CLIPPINGS FROM THE BOOK. At the Theatre Eoyal, Mac quarie-street, on Tuesday, August 7, the curtain rose at 7 sharp on the grand annual production of 'The Doctor on Toast; or Harlequin, the Boy and the Cigarette, tho Bounding Brothers of Lang, Mac quario, and Wilcannia, and tho Little Fat Gobbler from Northum berland.' The pioce waa well caafr, and capitally played, the company, knowing that under any circum stances the ghost was bound to walk, being in good form, though perhaps a trifle too much prone to gagging. The coot of production was somewhat high, but tho enter tainment waa greatly enjoyed (by the performers), and lasted fov ex actly 3§- hours. If tho company could be persuaded to repeat the performance, say on oome public holiday, charging a good round sum for admission to tho theatre, probably an enormous number of people would visit — the other end of the city. However, leot thio great effort at original English sh...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

ana u'uUuti!' U W 11 U tiiliU U o a u ERSKINEVILLE, NEAR SYdTeY IRA^RWFJX 1F8ROS DfflJBBOOffsiKSSBQirQirG q]-{? ? ?^rm. BRICKS, .. SANITARY WARE (all descrip tions), TILES (decorative and other kinds) MAJOLICA WARE, EARTHENWARE. POTTCM SRI ALL BRANCHES Estimates given. Send for illus trated Catalogue. Address : B1ICEWELL BROS., BEULA.H BRICK AND POTTERY WORKS ERSKINEVILLE (near Sydney). Tlie Colonial HUfltaal FIra insurancQ Company, Ltd. CtapitaJ, dSSSiSO.OOOo Fire, Marine, Fidelity, Guaran tee, IPlnte -GIas8- Acciaent, and Employers Liability Insurances Accepted at Lowest Current Kates. Agents wanted where not already Represented. ? o ? - S. HAGUE SMITH, Secretary. N.S.W. Branch— 78 PITT STREET, SYDNEY UPON ALL CLASSES/ * OF SECURITY, j/jpjf Lowest Interest, jr*j€y jJ^ Easy Terms. J^* ^ jr Bills Telephoney^^y/Digcounted 1°: y^yN.8.W.Bontde j^WjfM® D.& S. Go. Ld. %^tVy4 testloreagli-sl M & EUSTACE BBNNBTT, Manager

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

CAM YOU READ THIS ? A I S*L+D |B*LV*R| W*T*H I | Q**£i ♦P. 1 1 1 GU*8S | K»G*T | & | B*Y | A | CH»*N In order to introduce our Business into Every Household in Australia we undertake and guar antee to give away one of our World-famed 5.2 ios Solid Silver Keyleoa Hunter Watches. LADIES' or GKNTLEMAN'8, to every reader who cenda the Correct Beading; of the above puzzle. CONDITIONS.— That your anawov to tho Pueulo ie correct, and that you fnrther undertake if correct, to purchase oneof our SOLID SILVER SINGLE OR DOUBLE CHAIN8. Send Stam ped Addresaed Envelope for reply. Addresa-THE MANAGER, The GLOBE WATCH COMPANY, LTD., ' 105 PITT-ST. , SYDNEY.

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BUBBLE AND SQUEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

BUBBLE AND SQUEAK. In 1895 there were 29,879 per sons employed in factories in Maorilsnd. According to the latest factory reports from N.Z. there are now 48,938— an increase of 19,059 in six years. A Supreme Court judge in Eng land has given a policeman a lively five minutes for obtaining evidence ' by the un-English method of stationing himself in a cell and listening to a conversation between prisoners.' ^ The largest railway signal-box in the world is at Waterloo (Lon don). It controls 500 distinct sig nals, is responsible for the safety qftoi °1 1000 trains per day, and is '''I** worked by twelve men. Damages of £100 with full costs were recovered laat month from the Oamberwell (London) Vestry because their sanitary inspector had failed to detect a faulty sower under a local hotel. If this law was enforced in New South Wales, Sydney Council would be bankrupt in one month. For at Iea&t four years past the in dicator of the sundial in the Botanic Gardens has been loose, ca...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURELY BUSINESS. HYDRAULIC POWER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

PURELY BUSINESS. HYDRADLTO POWER COMPANY. The twelfth half-yearly meeting of the share holders of the Sydney and Subur ban Hydraulic Power Company, Limited, took place at the registered office of fcho company, Mutual Life of New York Buildings, Martin Place, on Thursday last. The report of the directors, which waa submitted at the meeting, states that the demand for hydraulic power steadily increases, and, the Hay-street work-? having been taxed to their full capacity during the half-year, the board has deemed ifc ad visable to mako proviaion for ouch extension to thetio works as will meet the increasing demand for hydraulic machinery. To thio end au adioinitifr block of land has been purchased, and the additions to the buildings will bo made forthwith After providing for plant renewals aud depreciations, the balance to the credit of profit aud loss account is £9237 103. 2d., out of which it is proposed to pay an interim dividend at the rate of 10 per cent per anuum.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GORE AND GLORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

GORE AND GLORY. Many colonials ate joining the Transvaal constabulary, which ia being formed to keep order in the future in the Transvaal. A proposal to ostablish a small arms' ammunition factory in.. this colony is to be submitted to the Public Works Committee. Reported that Lord Roberts has allowed it be understood at head quarters that he would like to go to China. General Count von Waldersee, of Germany, has been appointed Commander-in-Ohief of the allies forces in China. The Czar has congratulated General Waldorsee upon hia ap pointment, which has met with general approval. 'It is just what we want,' was tho opinion of a recruting-sergeant. ' Tho men will have a suitable fighting dross, and yet will retain their scarlet uniforms to walk about tho otreoto in.' Tho battery of 15 pounders ordered from England to replace ' A' Battery, which has gone to South Africa, will be due next week, having been shipped by the Damascus, which left London on July 6. 'I never heard of anyone who...

Publication Title: Elector, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

ANTHONY 1 HORPERN'S 1 NEW — | General I Catalogue \ THE PRODUCT OF AN UP-TO- i DATE FIRM, FOR THE USE OF ,j UP-TO-DATE PEOPLE .... | is ready, and will be sout Post Free ' , to any address on application. If .. j.| you are wiee \ YOU WILL GET WE t - 1 The book is the biggest thing of its j kind ever published in Australia, and '-? the issue is forty thousand. The paper d used, independent of covers, weighs a close upon J 'a FORTY TONS . | to which must be added half a ton of 1 ink. If the Catalogues (40,0)0) were M placed on top of each other, they would i|| make a pile \m TEN TIMES THE HEIGHT OF | THE CLOCK TOWER OF I THE GENERAL POST OFFICE 3 and if p'aced in a line end to end they I;; would cover a distance of nearly seven ; ?§ miles, while the sheets of paper (30in. |; x 40in.) laid down touching each other, |- would extend five hundred and twenty ji'!1 miles, almost as far aa r SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE. 1 The illustrations, which are mostly §/ pictures of actual goods, and not mere ...

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

Established 41 Years. Engineers, Gasfitters, Plumbers, &c, BffilUiiST ST., SYDNEY Pumps of al! Descriptions. BUILDERS', ? -: ; | PLTJMBEES' AND GASFITTERS1 ' * ? j REQUISITES, . . | ^ The Recognised Centre fop ' N.8.W. in FIRE-ENGINES, Steam and Bland Power, HOSE, and General \-' Fire Brigade Apparatus. - - ? . ? . ?'?' ir Estimation of all Work Promptly § Olvon on Application. ' ?'?? 1

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 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 cout-tant advertiser Js the one who gets tho trade. If this paper is sent to you free by post, kindly make a note that it is sent on the usual sample terms, i.e , 'If you like this isBue. order the next,' either from your bookseller (who can get it for you if he will take the trouble) or by sending a year's subscription direct to The Elec tor Office, Sydney. We think well of you, or we would not have sent you this copy— but don't rely on our future generosity.

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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 18 August 1900

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. Au exposition of the principles of the above order was promised by Mr. J. Marshall. 8.D.S.0 R., for Wednesday evening last, in the 1.0 F. Chambers. 283 George-street. Following au in teresting sketch of the career of the Order from its inception in 1874 to mid summer of 1881, the speaker pointedly took up the promised subject, in doing which it was at once apparent that besides the laws aud practices of the Independent Foresters, he had con siderable intimacy with the modus opcrnmU and statistics of life aasurauce companies generally. Up to a point the operations and the liabilities of all bodies doing1 life assurance business must be reckoned to be identical. To issue a policy for £1000 meant that, irrespective of the system adopted for the conduct of society business, £1000 was needed to pay ihe claim. The I.O.F., although fixing its premium rates at 33 per cent, below the average of ordinary companies, did not pretend it hud a cheaper way of coveri...

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