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

?'.MY COLONIAL.'' TOC&TTH'JS HE sod STOUT. KENT BREWERY, HAKE A NOTE. SAVE YOUR SHILLINGS. ' £|_ ? , ? ? ? |& PATTINSON k CO., «^CASH DRUG REFORMERS, MONEY nave REMOVED their Principal Depot from HEALTH SAVED George Street, Opposite Royal Hotel, SAVED 'THEIR NEW- PREMISES, QOPnCJP' .?S'fcB'QQtSy £|- ? z== — 'H® Preserve 20/- here means and your Health 25/' elsewhere. uve Long. SPUING FASHIONS I SPRING RASHI®WS I ? JUST KB ! A BEAimm. ElliSf ! nsn E'W PATTER1TS I ZCTIEW / T D. JONES & JO., GEORGE & BABEAOK STS„, - Our Windows showing these New Ms i form one of the Sights of Sydney. :

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 II. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

Father Matt's Text. A STORY IN THREE PARTS. PART II. Then they whispered among themselves, one of them disap peared,, an' soon came back with a long bottle, which, ho placed on tho table. ' What's that ?' cays Father Matt. ' That's Chartreuse,' says the Father. 'Och, to Hong-Kong — an' fur fh AH* ? T*7 i frli Tinfr.li vmii nn' ?{?. fi-p iro'll excuse mo),' oaya Father Mat*-, back to him. ' Why the sorra can t ye get a man something he'll feel under his tooth. I'd as soon ye'd offer me oo much dish-washin's,' says he. ' Thero'd bo as much taste, an' a long sight more body, in them.' 'Ah — then,' says the Prior, ' Father Matt might prefer a di'op of sherry, or — or — port ?' ' Oh, port bo hanged ; an' to the dickens with, your sherry, Father. I ask your pardon, but sure ye fetch it out of me. Have ye noth ing decent to offer a man ?' 'Would — would — you kindly, Father Matt, name what sort of wine you prefer, and I'll have it for you instantly ?' oays the Prior. 'Now look here, Prior,...

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

PARRAMATTA WOOLLEN CO'S. MILLS Sir William Lyne, accompanied Dy Mr. Perry, Minister for Education, and several Members of Parliament, visited Parramatta on Friday and formally opened the recent additions to the Par ramatta Woollen Go's, mills in Windsor road. After the works had been in spected the party sat down to a collation, ? J J.1 ? T) ? .'»« «.AVktTT«n/« fKd frtflflf UUU tuu JLTUUllUX) icpjiug vv wau uwmwv of 'The Ministry and Parliament/ gave Bome interesting figures as to the history of tho industry during tho past ten years. There were in 1890 five woollen mills in New South Wales, employing in all 173 hands — 101 males and 62 females. In 1894 there were still five mills, but the number of hands had increased to 221. In '95, '97, and '98 the number of mills were tho same, the number of hands being 252, 210 and 241 respectively. The Premier went on to say that he hoped the twelve great looms they had just inspected would soon be working at their fullest capacity. From the e...

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

COUNTRY MATTERS. Spirit of the Press. — 1 The Broken Hill daily paper {The Barrier Miner) says that the essen tial planks in the Labor platform were part of its policy years before there was a municipal Labor party, and they form part of its policy still. But the proceedings of those whom 1L. ? L— T ? ? L C ? J - - _ ? uie party huh pui- lurwuru as us re presentatives have alienated a great deal of the sympathy and support which, during years of struggle, had been won for the policy. * By their fruits ye shall know them,' people say ; and then they proceed to judge a policy by the people who are most often mentioned as its advocates. It is not a fair way, it is true ; but that does not alter the fact that it is the common way. And if people do judge of the policy and the principles of the party in this way, even the acuter and better-trained critics within the party itself admit that the result must be extremely unsatis factory. Here is a policy which is on the whole remarkably gooi...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURELY BUSINESS. Messrs. Grace Brothers Invade Pitt-street. BIG PURCHASE OF THE STOCK OF THE MUTUAL STORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 1 September 1900

PURELY BUSINESS. j ' 1 ; iSeifeak : Grace Brothers I Inirade Pitt-street. BIG PURCHASE OF THE STOCK * OF THE MUTUAL STORES. ? i Mesor a. Grace Brothers, of the Broad way, the' well-known extensive drapers clothiers, have availed themselves of jj a commercial disaster in Pitt-street to ' ij cocure another triumph for their vigorous j j a yatem of business. ? The Mutual Stores , 1 1 in Pitt* street having failed, Messrs. Grace ''.J I Prothers went in and secured the whole ; ctock by a spot cash purchase of a trifle |l! im&ejf £10,000. This is certainly tho ! ' ovenc,of the year, as far as drapery, J: millinery, &c., are concerned; and ^ there ia going to bee big commotion ; .'M in Pitt-street for five or six weeks at ?i.-iiVi, !? ; 1 least, commencing from the 31st inst v , , (Friday). The firm have secured the i, whole stock of the Mutual Stores at the ' j rate of about 10a. in the £ aud an )! arrangement has been made by which they hove the whole of the premises, ren...

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

CAYENNE. The present state of the public conveniences in the Botanic Gardens would disgrace a blackfellows' camp. London County Council recently wanted a loan of five millions, and in less than 24 hours 28 j| millions sterling were offered locally 1 There is still a note or two left in old smoke. 4 You had better surrender — I've got the whole British army behind me,' said the English commander. 4 So have I,' replied De Wet ; and in less than five minutes his pedometer registered another mile. Orders for 75,000 copies of a six penny edition of Tessof the D'Urber- i villes were received by the publishers before the date of publication. This is the 23rd edition of the novel, which was first published as a serial in The Graphic in 1891. The income of at least one well known Sydney paper will be consider ably decreased by reason of the passing of the 4 Suppression of In decent Advertisement Act.' A former editor of the paper was one of the principal barrackers, in the House, for the pas...

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

pBUiDNIC ' PLAGCK -FORMALTN. J 'disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent, bi existence, , is undertaken by ' I ,*W. EK. WtmiATXf c-o., : ? ?*' 8 O'Connell-street, Sydney, ? . .1 Who have all the Necessary Appliances, anil have disinfected the following premises : — / Sydney Town Hall, Sydney Free Public Lending Libraty, Queen Victoria Markets, The Bank of N. S. Wales, Messrs. John Keep & Son, Limited, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. The Manchester Manufacturing Co. ' The Australian Star,' The Union Club Messrs. Thos. De La Rue & Co. Ld- The Union Bank of Australia Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Solicitors Messrs Hogg, Robinson &Co., Ld. Cape's Chambers, Bond-st. and others. , * v' EARLY APPLICATION FOR OPEN DATE., IS ADVISABLE. rv-y ' ' ;; ; - ' , ? ' ' ' ;? A.TXW* BEiST ' set m The day was young and not far spent, As through the busy streets there went A youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing aloft the well-known name — 'DR. WAUGH'S.' Hi...

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

KENSINGTON RACES. Kensington was again the attrac- ; tion for racing men on Wednesday last, and a fair afternoon's sport re warded the many who assembled at the meeting. Metallicians and backers came off upon pretty equal terms when the wagering was all over, as three first favourites in Jingler, Ladysmith, and Tecoma ? J_J ' ? ? ? i.1.^ ? Hueceeueu m cuiuuiug wju juuges eye, while Ripple and Duchess — the winners of the Kensington and Four teen-one Handicaps — started second favourites, and were well backed. Amanda started at 4 to 1 for tbe Fourteen Handicap, so that the books, if anything, had the worst oE the wagering. Results: — Trial Stakes: Jingler (Gallimore), 1 ; The Present, 2 ; Mermaid, 3. Fourteeh-one Handi cap : Duchess (M ooney), 1 ; Sir Isaac, 2 ; Dolly, 8. Fourteen- three Handicap : Tecoma (Rook), 1 ; Sea I Nymph, 2 ; isis, 8. Jf ourteen Hands Handicap : Amanda (Gallimore), 1; Micky, 2 f ? Selina, 3. Fourteen-two Hftndfcap : Ladysmith (Manly), 1 ; Phjrllilj O'Brien, 2...

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

;? IS®' EJB.HMafiOTDQ O^EUISES'Po D^HBETSIT. ? ' DR. GIBBONS, who in trebly qualified nnd reffLotcral in London nnd the Colonies aa a i'y, physician and burgeon. jcr.:,ived Lin education ia tho Eofflioli nnd (Scotch Universities, and com fy pleted bis studies in fcho leading hospitals of Europo. Ho has made a lifo-long study of iid'E?\7-10tLOlu CBBBCfl QOsHEB IDSoeCB(30D. He has, by diligent research, investigated tboir origin and cauap, and has discovered the i.'' ifnlefcwfc and curcst means of thoroughly cur-fag them. Ho has, by his uncquxlled success, daring a '?St?;' ? period of many year a, obtained tho highest position in his profession. The various diseases em ' meed la his specialty ore tlioca which hove hitherto caused more misery and suffering than any :'v ' . other kind of troubto thct cffccto tho human frame. ISScugq oiffidl 'H'Bqodd© ^Bq® WfioBn to Mlarry# v who, tbt tho result of indfrcretiono or excesoea of more mature age, suffer from any of the following j'i , ? sym...

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

The Last of Lance Lenton. (By Valentine Day). Friend after friend departs — enemies somehow appear to be im mortal. Lance Lenton was my friend for about thirteen years — my acquaintance for five years prior to that. Most sincerely do I mourn his loss. Lance spent his last night of life at the back of the Tivoli dress-circle — laughing in his usual hearty way. \fter the show, he passed an hour with a few professional friends and on arriving at his lodgings in Niths dale-street — a little after twelve o'clock — overbalanced himself and fell down the stone steps. He was then carried inside and put to bed, whence he must have fallen during the night, for when his room was entered late in the afternoon, he was found dead on the floor. Thus, lonely and untended, he passed away. At the inquest, a verdict of accidental death was returned and Dr. G. H. Taylor, Government Pathologist, de posed that my unfortunate friend died from fracture of the skull and a nnYinnnimnf ooinn r\ P +1*/% U \J\J...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

ii' M.Jk*s H § IL Jfl IR/ as^ laJLnziiiiiBJBirBQ is^imraia^ ©'wim^y. t-A , ? '|Sy «: - DR. GIBBONS, who in trebly qualified and registered in London and the Colonies aa » ? physician and Surgeon, reodved bin education in tho English and Scotch Universities, and com ^V.-' pleted his studies in the leading hospitals of Europe. He has made a life-long1 study of fe- M©e*w©M8 sjirmS OMfiim ?f -V ? He has, by diligent research, investigated their origin and cause, and has discovered the v quickest and unrest means of thoroughly curing them. Ho has, by his unequalled success, during a 'I ' period of many yearo, obtained the highest position in his profession. The various diseases em fi1'-. ' braced in his ppecialty are those which have hitherto caused more misery and suffering than any other kind of trouble that affects the human frame. Wm-wm0 Isleim sjbbcS 'Q Bb«i-q«5- wfla© Wisla to Marry, s who, 01 the result of indiftcretiona or exceeEcs of more mat, me age, suffer from any of the foll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

: BUBONIC PLAGUE-FORMALIN. Disinfection by this, the Most Powerful Germicidal Agent in existence, is undertaken by W. H. B&AIV GO., -^—^8 O'Connell-street, Sydney, 'Who have all the Necessary Appliances, and have disinfected the following premises : — Sydney Town Hall, The Bank of N. S. Wales, The Manchester Manufacturing Co. Messrs. Thos. Be La Rue & Co. Ld. Messrs Hogg, Robinson & Co., Ld. Sydney Free Public Lending Libraty, Messrs. John Keep & Son, Limited, ' The Australian Star,' The tinfoil talk of Australia Cape's Chambers, Bond-st. Queen Victoria Markets, Messrs. W. T. Waters & Co. The Union Club ? v - Messrs Hughes & Hughes, Solicitors and others. ^ EARLY APPLICATION FOR OPEM DATEii IS ADVISABLE. /? _______________ ? ? ? ' 1 PUBHST BEST. WiiTmiiB 1 The day was young and not far spent, c | As through tho busy streets there went I A. youth (as yet unknown to fame), Bearing aloft tho well-known name — 'DR. WAUGH'S.'- Hia eye was ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

PURELY BUSINESS. WEBBERS' vita r-Arrxo, FROM THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE BLOO D Poverty of Blood and Indigestion Cured. Read ! 72 Daniel-nt., Newtown, Wellington. N.Z., March 31, I8'J8. To Mh. W. Wcimim, Proprietor of Vitadatio, Lauacesfcon, Tasmania. Dear Sir, — I have much pleasure in testifying to tho benefits I have received from using your ' Vitndatio.' For four years I have been a great sufferer from POVERTY OF BLOOD and INDI GESTION. For some time I became so low and weak I had to be taken to a hoopitnl in Nelson (N Z.) for treatment, and when I left that institution several other medicines were tried without much benefit. Then I heard of VITADATIO and took a course of it, and am so pleased with the results that I can heartily recommend your good medicine to any poor Bufferer such as I have been. Praying these few words of mine may help you in spreading the fame of this valuable remedy for the complaints 1 have named — Believe me yours truly, ADJUTAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

FRIDAY MORNING NEXT, SEPT. 14, 1900, Will see the First Number of CDe newsletter -rfv i (Late cbe elector) AN . AUSTRALIAN PAPER . FOR . AUSTRALIAN . PEOPLE. ia# Proprietor: CHARLES J. HAYNES. Editor: ARTHUR EDWARDS. Important ^ jmiDoncemcnt * In 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 ana after our next issue, 'Xfte elector' will be renamed '£fte 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 motto, ' Neither by fear nor by favor, but by truth alone,' R number of tieu- and interestincj features will be introduced, with the view of catering for the whole of the reading public of the colony. Considerable space will b...

Publication Title: Elector, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

j The man who look* after a little ad vertising apace carefully wii I soon find I that he can afford a larger one..

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

FEDERAL ITEMS. i The Evening News is still dis playing that large political philo sophy that has so signally helped it to lose its once delicate touch with the public. It mouths much over Mr. HassaU's promise to retire from the State Parlia ment if elected for the Federal, and claims to having set the ball rolling in that direction. The fact is, Editor Dekker has got bushed again. Scarce one man, if one, in Parliament proposed sitting in both houses. It was regarded a farce to think such a thing possible. However, it is clear enough how the News got off the track. The members pro posed not rksigninc. from the State Parliament if elected to the Federal. For this reason — the Federal elections would take place in March, and the State Parlia ment would expire one or two months later. They intended not to stand again for the State if elected for the Federal House. To resign would cause a ridiculous lot of State elections immediately prior to the general State elections. Now, had the Sta...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

KENSINGTON RACES. Tl eKi'iisingfon It C. Club was again favoured with fine wieather and a large attendance at its meeting on Wed nesday. For once in a way backers had the best of the wagering, as four first favourites in Battler, Scotch Pebble, Polly and Duchess did all that was asked of them. Marguerite, the winner of the Fourteen-one Handicap, was a rank outsider, but t^adow, the winner, as well as Sea Nymph, was well backed for the Kensington Handicap. Results : — Fifteen Hands Handi cap : Battler (Gallimore), I ; Jingler 2 ; Mona, 3. Fourteen-one' Handi cap: Marguerite (T. Walsh). 1-. Novice Handicap : Scotch Pebble (Hughes), 1 ; Cowboy, 2; Heather Bell, 8. Fourteen Hands YVelter Handicap: Polly (Whit-wad). 1 j Sir Edward, 2 ; Mickey, 3. Fourr teen - two Handicap: Duchess (Mooney), 1 ; Irene, 2 ; Mica, 8. Kensington Handicap : Cadow. (Quain), 1 ; Good-bye, 2 ; ISlfluok, 3..

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL PARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

POLITICAL PARLEY. Dr. MaoLnuren : We've all been too long looking to Government as a sort of secondary Providence. 4 A demented and incapable muni cipal council,' is the way Mr. L). O'Connor describes the Sydney corporation. Mr. Edden is in charge of a bill to prevent employers intimidating their employees from joining a trades union. Mr. D. O'Connor, M.L.A. : The lion member (Mr. Storey) has spoken for hours — and has said nothing. Speculators have reduced the area of timber-bearing land in the colony, outside State forests, by 7,000,000 acres in six years. The long-promised Early Closing Act Amendment Bill will be. intro duced early next week. Mr. Dooley, on the murder of Humbert : 4 Talon' it all in all, I'd rather be where I am thin 011 a throne, an' be the look iv things I'll have me wish.' Unblocked Sydney streets are inches deep in mud. It is impossible to board or leave a tram in some places without sinking to the ankles in mud. « The Legislative Council has re fused to give...

Publication Title: Elector, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

FEDERAL CANDIDATES, j Tlie following is a list of candi dal, s, announced on fairly reliable authority, for the two Houses of the Federal Parliament: — This Senate, six members. (The whole colony one constituency) — Mr. Barton, Mr. .fames Iuglis, Mr. Walker, Mr. Brunlcer, Sir Joseph Abbott, Mr. J. G. Griffin, Mr. M'Gowon, Mr. E. Terry, and Mr. F. B. Suttor. 'The House of Representatives — Twenty-six members Waanaring (Albury-Tlie Hume). — Sir William Lyne, Mr. J. J. Miller, and Mr. J. Wilkinson, ex M.P. forAlbury. Lang (Glebe). — Mr. Bruce Smith, Mr. Hogue, Mr. Hawthorne, Mr. Law, and Mr. Wilks. Wentwortli (Sydney Railway .?Suburbs). — Mr. Wise, and probably Mr. Reid. Canoblas (Orange, Forbes, etc.) — Mr. ; T. M. Dalveen, Mr. Melville, Mr. T. Brown-, M.P., and probably Mr. H. W. Newman, and Mr. Holman, lvurangai (Manly, Narrabeen, Broken Bay). — Mr. E. M. Clark, ;and Mr. Dugald Thomson. Illawarra (Picton, Campbelltown. ?f. . ath Coast). — Mr. Kidd, Mr. iiay, of Coolangatta, and Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elector — 8 September 1900

CRITERION THEATRE. Lessee & Manager, ALF. DAM PIE 8. ALFRED DAMPIER and his Popular Company, EVERY NIGHT (EXCEPT FRIDAY), ? ? 'DRINK ' ?

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