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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

cdc elector. A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General newspaper Tor tbe People. . NEITHER BY HEAR, NOR BY FAVOR, HUT BY TRUTH ALONE.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

A Great Book at a Cheap Price. The London 'Times ' Reprint of the Encyclopaedia Britannica at a Bargain. The popularity of the ' ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA ' is sufficiently shown by the fact that in less than twenty mouths more than than 20,000 copies of the 'Times' Reprint of the ' En cyclopedia' have been sold in the United Kingdom alone, in addition to copies supplied by the 'Times' in India, South Africa, and New Zealand, as well as to the United States, where this complete and authentic Reprint of the great library is eagerly welcomed, notwithstanding that the country has, owing to the faulty condition of the copyright laws, been flooded with thousands of copiics of piratical and mutilated editions. The aggregate sale of the 'Times' Reprint of flic ' Encyclopedia ' has been, at home and abroad, over twenty-five thousand sets of twenty-five volumes each, a total of six hundred and twenty-five thousand volumes. The figures in each case are of interest, not only because they show th...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

WHY PAY FOR A WATCH ? CAN YOU READ THIS? A IS+L+D - H*LV*|t | W*T*ET T 0**\J ? F1I| GU*8fl ] K*G*T I & | B*Y | A , OH**N In order to introduce our Business into Everv Household in Australia we undertake and kui-Z antee to give away one of our 8 World-famed t2 ios Solid Silver Kevlesa TiTiTpc, Hunter Watches. LADIES' or GJiNTi/EMAN'8, to every reader puz°zle. 8 Correct Rea-lingr of the above CONDITIONS. — That your answer to the Puzzle is curre t, and that you farther undertake HNSLEoVKSte Ped Address-d Envelope for reply.' ' Address-THE MANAGER, The GLOBE WATCH COMPANY I/TO 105 PITT-ST., SYDNEY. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY MATTERS. Spirit of the Press.— [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

COUNTRY MATTERS. Spirit of the Press.— The Citizen (Arncliffe) says that 'Judge Simpson's remarks with, re spect to the way in which released prisoners who have paid the penalty c-f their crime were hunted out of employment by the police when en deavouring to earn anhoneat living were perfectly correct. We have known many instances, but to give nn Ck no an A win*-* ^ ? ? l1 ? xjl ixi ia Li, | wuu wiitj rtti/uur wild in his young days, was con victed of an offence in his drunken moments, and received a heavy sentence. When his time was up his old employer took him back and made of him a new and re spectable man. Hid employer was made acquainted by the police, although he knew it, and com mented in very strong language to the authorities for their actioD. They even went to his lodgings and informed his landlady. This is the system the police authorities have in making criminals instead of trying to reform them. It is h'gh time it was put a atop to.' On Dr. Ross's faill dealing with ju...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. Edward Laughton, of Ade laide, has resigned from the director ate of the South Mine, Broken Hill. John Haynes, member for Wel lington (N.S.W.), is one of the best of Sydney's platform speakers. He holds his audience at election times, . . j-._e.-i l ? 1 „ J ? not by ins wonaeriui nuuwieuge ui political matters, but by his wonderful knack of feeling the pulse of his audience. At repartee the lively John has no equal in Parliament.— Outpost, Mr. W. J. Ferris, M.P., has bar racked well for Albury as the Federal capital. A Melbourne paper un kindly says : 4 Cause why ? Brother in-law Dr. Andrews has any amount of property there. Pure patriotism.' Brothers-in-law as a rule are not so affectionate as our Melbourne friend would make out, and we give Mr. Ferris credit for something better than does our Victorian contemporary. A Melbourne weekly states that Mr. B. R. Wise is a genuine federal ist of the Barton school, and in the event of that gentleman becoming Feder...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURFIANA. DIARY FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

TURFIANA. (By Ths Wizard.) DIARY FOR THE WEEK. Saturday. — Ronehill Races. Monday.— Forest Lodge Pony Races. Tuesday. — Roseberry Park Pony Races. Wednesday. — Kensington Park Pony Races. Thursday. — Brighton Pony Races. The fifth Champion Race, the pre ceding four having been won by Flying Buck, Zoo (twice) and Mor mon took place at Geelong on the 1st of October, 1862. Those 'who have regularly visited the Geelong race meetings for the last 20 years or so, and know that with all the ad vantage of the railway landing you on the course, the meetings would be a failure were it not for the patronage from Ballarat and Melbourne would be surprised at the enthusiasm dis played at 1 sleepy Geelong ' over the Champion Race idea. The con ditions were the same as those of Melbourne, Sydney, and Hobart Town, viz., a 3weep of £100 each, with £500 added ; second horse to receive £200 and third, £100 ; three miles ; weight for age. From the time the entries appeared the race was looked upon as a ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

KENSINGTON RAGES. feVERY WEDNESDAY. FIRST EVENT 2.15 p.m. SIX RACES. The most popular Pony and Galloway Track in the Colonies.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Father Matt's Text. A STORY IN THREE PARTS. PART I.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

Father Matt's Text. A STORY IN THREE PARTS. PART I.— CoNTINUBD. For ten days b'fore it there was racin' an' runnin', an' talk in', an' writin', an' ordherin' an' counther man din', an' not as much sleep by all in the Monastery put together as would satisfy one able-bodied man, for they were in such a state of excitement that; sloepin' an' eat ing was almost out of the question. Them was in the owid old coa chin' days, an' Father Matt he had been expected by the coach of the night before. He didn't come by it, however ; but there was a ecrawl from him, oayin' that urgent business had delayed him, and he'd be down by the coach of the follow in' evenin' in good time for the lecture. This put the Fathers a wee bit about. They'd have pro ferred aeein' him there by that coach for aurety's sake. When he'd come by next evening's he would only arrive at a quarter to seven and the lecture was timed to take place at a half afther seven, so he'd be hurried and flusthered enough, they thought. H...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

the miner. The Gormanston branch of the A.M. A. has 300 members, with a balance in the bank of less than £237. Accident pay during the last six months amounted to £72 13s. 4d. The Ballarat branch of the nf hfiinff A. M. A., UUHBC4U...V ? ? j 1 charged £98 for expenses of dele gates to Tasmania, have carried ' a motion limiting expenses of travel ling delegates to 17s. 6d. per day. Miners at East Greta, where the system of payment is per day, have been promised by the directors an in crease to 9s. on and after 1st Sep tember next. No demand for an increase had been made by the men. Mining matters in Cobar seem to maintain an allround briskness, quite an interest being taken by almost everyone, which indicates a great boom setting in. Several town allotments have changed hands during the last few days. The population of the new gold field on the Phillip River (W.A) has reached 300, and new claims are being pegged out daily, several copper lodes, containg a good pro portion of gold, be...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

The Russian qualified physician, Dr. Karl Sunell, returned from his trip to the leading hospitals and institutions in Europe, including Paris, Berlin, Hel singfors, Stockholm, and St. Petersburg, to Sydney by the Orient s.s ' Oruba,' on the 22nd 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 the same as used by physicians in Russian hos pitals. Specialist, iu cancera arid tumord, nerve, blood aud Bkin diseases, rheu matism, sciatica, and lumbago. Private diseases are also treated after the moat improved aud t-ure methods, aud with medicines aa used by all qualified specialists in lending pri vate hospitals in Europe. If you can not call personally at my address, and advice and medicine should be wanted at once, to savo delay, kindly include One Pound iu your letter, with full particulars of your case All letters will be answered promptly, and will be destroyed ...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUBBLE AND SQUEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

BUBBLE AND SQUEAK. About tinie some official over hauled the rolling stock on the North Shore railway line. The second-class smoking cars especially are as filthy as cattle trucks. The newly-arrived Italian looked into the window of a King-street boot shop, with wonder in his eyes. The yellow shoes attracted him. ? Sapristi !' lie murmured. 4 Greata country ! Maka shoes out of banana skin !' A Sunday paper made a rare fuss last week about Zepplin's airship, stating that it travelled safe and perfectly over 35 miles. Durman stadt, where it landed, is only 3 miles from where the airship started ; it descended in a hurry much damaged, and the inventor admits that he could not guide or coutrol it. A butterfly becomes a moth ; a moth becomes a silkworm ; a silk worm becomes silk ; silk becomes a woman ; a woman becomes a wife ; a wife becomes a mother ; a mother becomes a mother-in-law ; a mother in-law generally becomos an adjective nuisance ! Queensland evidently does not stand very hi...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BRITISH INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

A BRITISH INSTITUTION. The Enri/clopicdia Britannica now being offered by The Times (London) to resi dent s ot New South Wales, hns become a British institution ; but, for all that, tho work is essentially cosmopolitan, the contributors, numbering over one | thousiud, are drawn from all parts of | tho world, the editors honestly aiming at obtaining the services of the hest men for the subject, irrespective of nation ality. It i« an Encyclopedia in the true Ben so of the term. The Encyclopedia Britannica may be taken as registering the highest tide-mark of knowledge of the present day — a repertorium of the knowledge of our time tketched by the hands of many musters— an invaluable book of reference. For the English speaking peoplf s all over the world there is no book of reference that can be com pared to it.

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

' MY COLONIAL.' ALE aijd STOUT. ? — mmmrn ihiii— ma KENT BREWERY, MAKE A NOTE. SAVE YOUR SHILLINGS. £| ? ? ? £ PATTINSON & CO., -i^CASH DRUG REFORMERS, MONEY uave REMOVED their Principal Depot from HEALTH SAVED (jeorge street, Opposite Royal Hotel, SAVED 12 THEIR NEW PREMISES, Corner1 George & Market Streets. e[ ? ? ? f£ Preserve 20- HERE MEANS and your Health 25'' ElSEWHERE Live Long. SPRING ! SPE1IG FASHIONS I JUST OPENED ! A BEAUT FUL EXHIBIT ! ZETibW PATTERNS I 2XETW MATERIALS ! Q g H geobge sts., „ Our Windows showing these Hew Goods form one of the Sights of Sydney.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

BUBONIC PLAGUE-FORMALIN 'Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence, is undertaken by TOT. EX. OEAIV -dfe CO., ?**—-.8 O'Connell-stneet, Sydney, 'Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and have disinfected the following premises : — Sydney Town Hall, Sydney Free Public Lending LStoraty, Queen Victoria Markets, The Bank of i. S. Wales, Messrs, John Keep & Son, Limited, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. The Manchester Manufacturing Co. ' Tin© Australian Star,' The Union Cluis . Messrs. Ttios. D© La Rue & So. Ld. Th© Union Bank of Australia Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Solicitors Me^/s Hogg, Robinson & Co., Ld. Capo's diambers, Bond-st. and otSiers. ? EARLY APPLICATION! F0R_OPEW DATE.. IS ADVISABLE A.XW* B£3S17~ GET 11. TOKK. The day was young and not far ppent, As through the busy streets there went A youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing aloft the well known name — 'DR WAUGH'S.' * Ti8 eye was bright, his form upright ; '' He he...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 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. .Tames Inglis, Mr. Walker, Mr. Brunker, Sir Joseph Abbott, Mr. J. G. Griffin, Mr. M'Gowen, Mr. E. Terry, and Mr. P. B. Snttor. Tub House op Representatives — Twenty-six members Waanaring (Albury-The Hume). — Sir William Lyne, Mr. J. J. Miller, and Mr. J. Wilkinson, ex M.P. forAlbnry. Cummara (Glebe). — Mr. Brace Smith, Mr. Hogue, Mr. Hawthorne, Mr. Law, and Mr. Wilks. Bnllanaming (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, Narrnbeen, Broken Bay). — Mr. E. M. Clark, and Mr. Dugald Thomson. Cambewarra (Picton, Campbell town. South Coast). — Mr. Kidd, Mr. Hay, of Coolangatta, and Mr. G. duller. Tomah...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 25 August 1900

r;.'; m®' jm^/AOissoTTOG t3ipmiSESi:i\ ©TfriDMis^. ?I DE. GIBBOHB, vlxo io trebly qualified and restored in London and tlio Colonies aa a physician and Burgeon, received Lib education in tho English and licotch Universities, and com 7:(l, pleted hia studies in the leading hospitals of Europe. He haa made a life-long study of £ . JKU'GrCKDOQPi SJBBdfl ©E&flBD HDQD@£DD©I3. \ Uo ban, by diligent research, investigated ttieir origin and cauup, and has discovered the ? quickest and surest means oJ thoroughly caring them. Ho has, by hia uneqiiilled fiucccBii, during a ? V ' period of many yeara, obtained tlie highest position in hia profession. The various diseases em i'v. braced in hio ppecialty aro those -which have hitherto caused moro micery and Buffering than any other kind of trouble that affeeta the human frame . '-?, . 'Wooum© Jffleni ©dboO TTBa®-0© wBq© WfiDDn &-a- Marry* $% ww tho result of indiscretions or exceuseo of more mature age, Buffer from any of the foll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

IflTIMISi/LXSr Influenza Cured by Vitadatio. Glenkenick Estate. Pomahaka, N.Z., August 17, 18(.'9. Mr. W. WEBBER, Sole Proprietor of Vitadatio. Dear Sir, — I got yours of August 4 asking me to give full particulars of what was wrong with me, and how I came to take Vitadatio. I have a brother, J. R. Mackenzie, who for five or eix years Buffered frightfully from Indigestion, pains, and cramp, which came on sud denly aud gave great pain. Everyone around here knows and remembers the times he used to be in bed, sometimes for weeks. He started taking Vitadatio, and has never had an attack since. I had been down south prospecting* dredging claims, and having to be out in the rain and wet during last winter I got a very severe cold, which terminated in INFLUENZA, LOSS OF VOICE, AND A BAD COUGH, I came here after having been bad for about two weeks, when my brother, Jno. R. Mac kenzie, told me that VITADATIO had cured his INDIGESTION and stomach cramps, and that I ought to try it. I took it ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

ANTHONY HORDERN'S new ? — General Catalogue THE PRODUCT OF AN UPTO DATE FIRM, FOR THE USE OF UP-TO-DATE PEOPLE . . . - is ready, and will be sent Post Free?, to any address on application. If: you are wise YOU WILL BET OWE The book is the biggest thing of its' kind ever published in Aus'ralia, and* the issue is forty thousand. The paper used, independent of covers, weighe close upon FORTY TONS to which must be added half a ton of' ink. If the Catalogues (40,000) were' placed on top of each other, they would'i make a pile TEN TIMES THE HEIGHT OF THE CLOCK TOWER OF THE GENERAL POST OFFICE: and if p'aced in a line end to end they would cover a distance of nearly severu miles, while the sheets of paper (30in. x 40in.) laid down touching each other,, would extend five hundred and twenty* miles, almost as far as SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE. The illustrations, which are mostly' pictures of actual goods, and not mere* general indicators of something that may or may not exist, number nearly thre* th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

jjjtegfggflg4 , SIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N.Z. Fnllv subscribed capital . . . £2,000,000 invested funds ? £309,891 and Marine Risks of every description ? accepted at lowest rates. Tbe National ia the second wealthiest Colo nial Company! and is in a position to undertake dewnplioh of Fira and Marine business on A-mdd:'Mvoiimblci tor tab. ^EXTLBBltSNTS, j JJsmounTEB Seouuity. j ' We A, OfBB, Manner, j 14 Spring Street. Sidney. Jt j A good ad. ia a knife that cuts the string on many a purse. Perhaf s your knife is neither 'sharp enough nor large enough' to fulfil the purpose— better add sense. ' Competition is the life of trade,' but if your competitor advertises and you don't, you will soon discover that competi- I tion is the death of your trade. Country friends will kindly note 'that our local representa tives connot be everywhere at one time, or know of everything that haippens. We shall always be' glad; to recefve'pars and items, critical or newa/of in iereat to the pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

Important ^ Announcement * [n consequence of the progress made by THE ELECTOR during the past three months, and its enormously increased circulation, calling for special matter to meet the reasonable requirements of its new subscribers, On and after September 15tb next, 'tiK elector' win be c&- renamed 'tfte newsletter.' While continuing under the control of the Editor who first took charge on June 23rd last, the leading articles always emanating from his pen, dealing boldly and plainly with questions of public welfare — literally carrying out his chosen niotto, ' Neither by fear nor by favor, but by truth alone,' — a number of new and interest ing features will be introduced, with the view of catering for the whole of the reading public of the colony. Considerable space will be 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 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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