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POLITICAL PARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. Admitted in the Assembly the other night that the Broken Hill strike cost the colony £120,000 for jjolice and £80,000 in Customs As the treasurer of the Australian ILabour Federation, Mr. Edden, M-L.A., declares that a small strike on the South Coast cost over £1000. (Under an Arbitration Act it could lhave been settled for a £5-note !j Said that at the close of the war j 'in South Africa Bloemfontein will be U the headquarters of the Commander lin-Chief, the seat of the South African Court of Appeal, and eventu .ally the Federal capital of South .Africa. John Norton has expressed his ?dissatisfaction with the character of ?the candidates who have announced ?themselves for the Federal Senate. -John is one himself, and if they are not up to his standard they must be .pretty strong. — Express. Mr. W. W. Davis, tho member for Bourke, has resigned his seat. Poll ing to fill the vacancy will take place ?on September 15. In a famous interview George Held once informed th...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITHIN THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

WITHIN THE RING. I It is pretty generally understood in the Assembly that when the question of the salary of the State Governor comes to be discussed, which will be in a few days, a s proposal will be carried^ favoring | the election of that official by the I people, through the Parliament or 1 'Rvpriitivft. Tn rmirsft of timfi. | the Governor-General will be | appointed in the same way. So 1 that the political ' johnnies ' who ! voted blindly for any kind of union, ! at the dictation of the lawyer ! element, in the hope of attaining Imperial Federation, will soon find themselves sadly out in their reckoning. Mr. W. Davies, member for Bourke, has had to retire from the Assembly, a suit in bankruptcy having been effected against him. ' The business is reported to be a partnership affair, and it is under stood no opposition will be offered to his re-election. The Sydney daily press (seconded hy the Bulletin) has shrieked itself hoarse over the proposal to grant life passes to the pres...

Publication Title: Elector, The
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ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

ECHOES OF SPORT. (By Nunquam Bofmio!) . John Roberts, in..,' his book on billiards, published by Rivers and Co., 6f London, in .1869, states ' he became a skilful billiard player in his 9th year.' He \yas afterwards bound to a carpenter, left; home, and chose billiard playing as a profession, and so went on until he became the champion player of England, and perhaps, as a reviewer of his book said, 4 the greatest living master of the art.' He met his Waterloo when W. Cook beat him for the champion ship, but the latter did not long retain the honour as in turn he had to give place to John Roberts, jun. The present champion is universally acknowledged to be the greatest ex ponent of the game the world ever saw. A bicyclist with an outward turn in one eye was swinging at a good rate round a street corner, and another, coming in the opposite direction, judging by the look of the crooked eye one that the latter would ride on to him, pulled out, and as the latter never deviated from his c...

Publication Title: Elector, The
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FEDERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

FEDERAL ITEMS. It is pretty certain that Mr. E. D. Millen will be nominated for the Bourke constituency, and there is no doubt he will make it a hot battle for any opponent. Mr. Millen has been a very con sistent man, and in these days of weak wobbling, the people should think a lot of a consistent man. The Bulletin mentions approv-. ingly in regard to the Federal Premiership, the names of all the old tories of Australian politics. Mr. Barton is a liberal — perhaps a radical to the Bulletin mind ; while Mr. Braddon is for certain a gay and extreme liberal. The Bulletin people, however, never had any knowledge of politics be yond petticoats, and is ready to worship any well-boomed man. It appears utterly out of touch with the radical struggles in the Parliament 'agin its own door.' It sees the rising sun in the Barton — R. E. O'Connor — Deakin — Bruce- Smith, combination. Heaven help the people bereft of all but such ' liberals !' Here is a sample of the Bulletin's politics. It quote...

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

? ?; iw\ , t ?;.oc :»)',? 3 ? DR, K. 5UHELL, THE RUSSIAN SPECIALIST, Late from Leading; Hospitals of Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, and St. Petersburg, arrived from Europe by the 8.8. Oruba 22nd June, 1900. Specialist in ^Cancers audTumors, Narve, Blood; and Sktn dis eases, Rheumatism, Sciatica & Lumbago. All Private Diseases are also, treated after the moat approved and latest methods. 'Consultations strictly private, and letters destroyed after perusal. Specinl Con sultations by appointment. Consulting hours from 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 9. Address : No. 1 (First Floor), FOY'S CHAMBERS, Corner George and Boud-sts., Sydney , N.B.— No quack business, nor extor tionate charges. (Mention this Paper when writing ) ? n UPON ALL CLASSES S * OF SECURITY. V Lowest Interest,^ /loy Easy Terms. jr v f Bills /- / TelephoneyA^^ # Discounted Nb' 8.H.Hoitdi 225 /-0 sf y ^ jf D.& 8. Go. Ld. 74 Gastlereagh-st. 74 & EUSTACE BENNETT. Manager BEULAM BRICK WORKS ...AMD POTTERY... ER...

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

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

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IN FRONT AND BEHIND. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

IN FRONT AND BEHIND. (By Valentine Bay.) THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. The Criterion — The Power of Wealth ; Hamlet on Friday. Her Majesty's — The Rose of Persia, The Royal — How London Lives. The Tivoli— -Billie Barlow. The Palace — What Happened to Jones. The Standard — Marlow's Dramatic Company, The Town Hall — Organ Recitals. The Queen's Hall — Museum of Anatomy. Centenary Hall — Jubilee Singers. i Cyclorama — Jerusalem and Illusions. The Power of Wealth is a play of many possibilities, dramatised by W. . , J. Lincoln, of Melbourne — whoever he may be — on Marie Corelli's Ven detta. It is admirably, staged and the scenery, painted by Alta and John Campbell, is very beautiful.1 Alfred Dampier, as the deceived Count, - afterwards a Prince, plays strongly and is ably acted up to bv Miss Lily, who does the strongest bit of work I've yet seen from her in 'the chapel scene. Hers is a really ?good performance. In a brief scene as a dealer in second-hand goods, i George Buller contrives to lift...

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

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TIPS FOR HAWKESBURY RACES. PARK STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

TIPS FOR HAWIvESBURY RACES. Park Stakes. Jewel Kino... ... 1 Alba Bell ? 2 Maranoa ? ? 3 Stewards' Milk. Little Joe ... ... 1 Ariana ... ... 2 Chryso-Keras ... 3 Flying Handicap. Latem ? 1 . Bob ? 2 . Lybian ? 3 Hawkesbuby Handicap. St. Clabe ? 1 -Rock of Ages ... 3 Nambucoa ... ... 2 Welter Handicap. Abiana ? 1 Clydon ... ... 2 Loch Clieveden ... 3 As it was virtually through the visits of the N« w Zealand sportsmen, Messrs. H. Redwood and G. Duppa, with the racehorses Zoe, Zingara, Strop, Phoebe, Io, Wildrake, Cam den, Waimea, Chevalier, etc., that the Champion Races were instituted' it was only natural in the order of events that a Champion Race should be brought off in the land of the Maori and Moa. The idea was warmly embraced in Maoriland, and following the ex ample set in Melbourne and Ipswich there was £1000 added to the stake, with the usual sweep of £100 each ; second horse £200, and third £100, three miles, weight for age. Un ' fortunately there was a dearth of1 first-cla...

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

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

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What's in a Name? [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

What's in a Name ? A deal' of contro versy is at present proceeding about the names of the new Federal' electorates and the designation of the' new capital of ; the Commonwealth. ' What's in a name ? A rose by any other name Would smell as sweet. That's as it may be. An ' eminent music-hall artiste ' recently visited the colonies, and was so delighted with Coogee'that on his return home he gave that name to his I country residence, and likewise to f his infant son, born shortly after' i wards. It would be interesting to 1 learn the exact expression he used , when informed that Coogee is an aboriginal word which, translated inter English, reads1 — stink ! But apropos of suggested names for the ^ capital, a few of those suggested by competition in a well-known London weekly journal are worth noting : — Federalla is too sugges ! tive of fal-de-ral ; Melopolis, Pen tapolis, Austropolis (which savours of obstreperous), Imperiopolis — are merely variations of Necropolis. v Mesyadbriper (g...

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

Cbe elector. A Critical, Social, Dramatic, Sporting, Political and General newspaper for m People. NEITHER BY FEAR, NOR BY KAVOR, BUT BY TRUTH ALONE.

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TURFIANA. (By The Wizard.) DIARY FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

TURFIANA. (By The Wizard. J DIARY FOR THE WEEK. Saturday. — Hawkesbury R.C. Spring Meeting. Monday. — Forest Lodge Pony Races. Tuesday. — Roseberry Park Pony Races. Wednesday. — Kensington Park Pony Races. Thursday. — Brighton Pony Races.

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

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

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NOT UNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

NOT UNDERSTOOD. Not understood We move along assunder, Our paths grow wider, as the seasons creep Along the years ; we marvel and we wonder Why life is life— and then we fall asleep, Not understood. Not understood. We gather false im pressions, And hug them closer as the years go by, Till virtues often seem to us transgres sions, And thus men rise and fall, and live and die, Not understood. Not understood. Poor souls with stunted vision Oft measure giants by their narrow gauge ; The poisoned shafts of falsehood and derision Are oft impelled 'gainst those who mould the age, Not understood. Not understood. The secret springs of action Which lie beneath the surface and the show Are disr- garded ; with self-satisfaction We judge our neighbours, aud they often go Not understood. I Not understood ! How trifles often change us ! The thoughtless sentence or the f ancic d slight Destroy long years of friendship aud estrange us. And on our souls there falls a freezing blight, Not understood. ...

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MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr,' Henrriker Heaton has cabled his congratulations to the New Zea land Premier on his budget proposals. It appears that the Australian chameleon has suffered another change. Earl Beauchamp has become very circumspect in his speeches, lest he should get beyond his official crease. TP lin tllnafro n f a11 liia Pn h/i n/in j -b-*. iiw uiucviurag au uio ACiCiciiLCO are English, and he gets there all the same. fie was particularly adroit when addressing the school-teachers recently. That gifted Australian child of genius, Miss Ironside, ? left - behind her some marvellous productions on canvas, the fate of which is rather mysterious. Some particulars, it is to be hoped, will . shortly be forth coming. Missi.Eadith Walker is showing the indies of Sydney the way in practical .charity. Nearly every day she devotes several t hours - to genuine work, sick and indigent children being : her especial care. Miss Walker is unostentatious, ? and is warmly liked' by those clos...

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THE MINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

THE MINER. The Mount Lyell; Mining and Rail way Company have consigned §680 tons of blister copper for the. current half year. Twenty-five fatal accidents have already occurred inithe Broken. flill mines this year. A miner's lifefchere seems to be more dangerous than that of a soldier at the front. The gold mines near Johannesburg number more than one hundred. Their monthly output is about flffceen tons, and the limit of their productive capacity has not yet been reached. In 1898 (the last figures avail able) there were 1,799,751 persons working on the mines, quarries and other mineral workings in the colonies and possessions of the United Kingdom. A Capetown correspondent in forms us of the return of miners to Australia from Capetown. Tired of waiting fop the end of the war, these men are returning home ; most of them 4 stone broke.' At the 840ft, level of the New Royal Standard G.M. Co. (N.S.W.) the south main drive has been ex tended to a total distance of 157ft. The reef has . n...

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ENTRE NOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

ENTBE NOUS. What do you think of Thb Elector -j If you like it, help it along ! Talk to your friends about it ; we don't care what you say on the subject so long as you make them curious to see what this paper is like. There are many other ways in which you can help us, and, in so doing, assist fehe People (including yourself)— whose battle wo live to fight. Older The Elector from your book seller : advise him to kefinit, rnomlnrW r-n sale, and also to display a poster, which we, or the wholesale agents, Messrs. Thompson & Co., will send him for the asking. This will help to increase his sales. Help us by calling your ha!rdresser's attention to this paragraph, and get him to accept our oflter. We want to advertise this paper, aud for that purpose wo will send a copy five of all charge weekly for tho use of any or every barber's or hairdresser's saloon customers in the colony, provided the proprietor of the saloon wiu post upon tiia wall a notice that we will send- him. One o...

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