Dmitri Mendeleev's periodic table was similar to Newlands. Mendeleev published his periodic table in 1869. He arranged the elements that were known into order of relative atomic mass, as Newlands did. Mendeleev also realised that the properties of the elements were related to the atomic mass. The table was arranged so that elements with similar properties fell into vertical columns.
However, unlike Newland, Mendeleevs table had gaps where he put no element. He left these gaps as he believed the elements that went there hadn't been discovered. He also predicted the atomic mass and some properties of the missing elements, which were proved to be true when the elements were discovered.