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Casino in Flood [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
Casiw ? Rw. CASINO, »»turday NtgbL-Tbe heavy rain ol tb* paat law inn canted a rl»* el latt la th. JUohaond BJtvj, which I* bfchar Ota at aay aeod ter u year*. B«bt iajeaas at Al* l*il I* tb* town, twt it w«* ?snitA heavier la .th* onuylng cantrw. For some um* tba roads ware infposxible h*tw«*u xuuw and Xyoglt and Csala* and Uamor*. A. young man named Boyle, employed by a local baker, had a narrow escape while' delivering bread. Ue was driving two horses In a waggonette through the town common, and in crossing a sub merged culvert the horses lost their footing and loppUd over Into the stream. Boyle jumped from tbe vehicle and swsm to land. The vehicle and horsea dis appeared, Doing washed down stream.
Inverell Prospects Bright [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
hvereD Prospects Bright INVERELL, Saturday Afternoon.-The splendid rains which have fallen over the whole of the northern areis have bad ? cheering effect on tb* cotamunlty grneraDy, and it now seoai* beyoui doubt ttat the long drought hat definite ly broken. Tbe fall has been ol a tl'iij. It Is Interesting to not the weatbrr that already in sonie cases one or luo owners have given crders tor the re turn of sheep, which had been on aglet mini on tba coaat at other more favor ed parts. The agricultural outlook Is brighter than for a yeay or eo, but oalng to most termers' horae* being !- poor condi tion, the area nader wheat must be very much below the average. Under tbe fcert clrcunratuces, firmer* can scarce ly recover leswsy under st least a cou ple or nod Hssens, but If (rosts hold off tbe fall will d* an tmmeue amount of good.
[?] TIME OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
aj'ITj n vati: t:me ok 7r ?- fi v.-vivi1.. I Al the f-;)3«lr; UMilne firn..n 1.- - j Ua I'- i.-.s 1 -rt lla-klnj. Saj^ .',J,-. - ! f ? ? ?-, i ,r rr.» »..ti- . : . . ' : - - ? ?'.?-. -r Ink ol i i:i , it »'i- -? ??? -? I.W- Ibal oa..-,)- :. i ?' 1. ? n ? ,- parti- ularly .11.- ?? ?? ' .i .- - ? :-r.e: 0: the I.:;- . ..... Weather Spoils Sport T-- ? ? ' ,i.n at Tort H.i I -; «rr,. i . ? ? ? : ?' il- ail! .V ? - . ? ?hire «a- re-rrlr i :?- ?.! .:.; .- ::? . . ? I., ta.-ir bllmc f.l.JlS- v.iiJb prevented even the l:.ir i-i-lcire tbe upper reaches will be nih..ll Ajickrs all) probably tnre to ?prnd ci.-ir eft.. I. nJe rphlng. and the nair,,! enli^.- hj5 made rn~k hopping on oc^an Iroui.^ i,:i pObBlule. On the Fishinc Grounds fifh. ehpcclally snapper, with pVnly ??! kp'.rt. After heavy rabs «ten ite »-3tor It. thick, tho brBt tcful's ore obtalnel l.»»l Sunday Severn! rarlles located the fiEli, up^'Brun of a dozen nelng landt-J. ranrltig Ironi Mb to i:ib «cight. Favorite bpoib. and the mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
A Blessing to Nerve1 Sufferers j ? — i doesn't suffer from nerven at nomo time or other?) are everywhere reporting w,iu derfsl ruultl from :hr a»-- of Heau'e Tonic Nerre Nuts, which, by purlfyliui and esrlchlng the blood, and !-ull-llnK up cealtiy serve and brafn tlacur. dl-,-.c! each neurasthenic eondlllons sb Head aches. Backache, Insomnia. Dyspepsia. Brafnfac, Lassitude, and .Venous Break down. As they do ncl contain any oplates, narcotics, strychnine., bromides. or' other harmful drugs. Hcbo'e Toolc Nerre Nuts may be beneficially used by people of all ages Tbe; lire obtain able from Inoat chemists and stores for I/- p«r box, contalnlnt 12 days' supply. or slz bone for 17/:. If not stocked In your locality, send direct to G w. Hean. Manufacturing Chemist, 17E Cactlereagh- I street, BTdney. For Coughs. Colds, and Influenza make your own mixture trom Hecnzo, anjl sa-c BU-ne7,— 0. J
Mining Scrip Rise in Metals.—Nibbling at Copper Scrip.—The Silver Outlook [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
Mining Scrip Rise in Metals. -Nibbling at Cop per Scrip.- The Silver Outlook ? Th- I:. i n-T-ni'Dt In London has been ? a rlRO In .i:i -?. taij except lead, end lead ter, ar ! ???. ' ? .- In.proved. Standard , To»ar!.. :? .!-.?e nf tho week the '' Btrfnu;;. ' l : ;;. :nc power behind the In o t :' fe'.'ir thut at the worst j tan'-, - ?.- ? ? 1 ? n'i.;D prk*s of spot an. I f..-* ? . ? r are the prelude, of j A f-.-- - r - In nieula— eepc-lsl'.y j Im'l': ?:? . .i-k.:l lias for a Ions ' ihe ? .,- ' . --:.i!i-r at mining scrip, | II.. .. . ? ?? ?:! Cutbberts. Mount depr,:-:. : ?-; utfescl »llb a dealre to f.-i ?:. ,? ; :..-?.. The Scrip A !-:?-??. '.-A ilvance took place In I-ondn' . ^ 'K In the price of tin (B|,ol «: . :«.,r!-. Many tpeculolorB ar-- h; ? ' - i that a generation ago £7'i u- ^ ',?:'?' iljondon) was con and K- : :. II. (re is plenty nf room fcr -??? ? --i:;.a1 drop In the prleo of t'Ti i- ?? ' :-i-iroufly ICfEcrlng the dr'V-.- . I,,. .ion is evidently held by pi i : - : -...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
David Jones' I Anniversary % Attractions | FOR MEN AND BOYS I 84/- 8 'Orient' Sac Suits § now 75/- 8 Mid and Dark Grey. All wool g Tweed Sac Suits, ready to 5 wear. Sizes to fit every figure. J 55/- j 'Orient' Overcoats | now 50/- ; Fancy Grey designs in service- , able and hard-wearing All-. I wool Tweed. All sizes. ' Ki'i Kndrtc Wian- Grmi Fl—r. ! ?Mflhil HHHHH I Many other bargain* in department* not lifted here. 63/-' ? ^ Maid's Jumper Suit 49/6 ' Made by David Jones' ' from superior Navy Serge. Sailor collar trimmed black and white check. Box pleated skirt. Neck to hem 33 to 36 inches. tttUt Ctbmtt—TUrd FMr. Hairbrushes and Soap Specially Reduced 'Coramonfeme' Hair Brashes, strongly made with white wood .back* Uaualjy 4/6. Sab 2/3. -**£? ...THfclsh Bath Soap, Pale^B^iplnltte-t|iahlceto. ? ?B I T-avidJones'8PWir//iday. David Jones Aimiversary Sale Commences To-morrow 8 1 yean ago Mr. David Jones commenced business on the same site as is now occupied by David Jones Ltd. To celebr...
Tobacco Dispute PROPOSALS FOR SETTLEMENT [?] Increase [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
TobaGGt Dispute ftofosms roi stmtMBff tttf OtMifWIpeaf hbmse Vcw-*« ys*t«rdajr when th* stiOtar*' *ie jb-Ut* «rbmlttsd the (ollowlni propoaali' a* a baau'of atttlemajit, to th* dlrec ton of til* British Australian Tobacco Company:— (1) liiat the stemming girls receive an Increase ol Md per lb; C) tbat consider*. tlon ot the log commence on Monday, whan all employee* would return; (3) that th* Melbourne directors and the dele Cats* frpm the Melbourne TJnlon be sum moned to attend by Wednesday at 1 p.m. la Sydney: falling tbelr attendance the local committee will go on with the con aiduation of the whole of the log. Thea* proposals wsre submitted by the strikers* cxecstlv* to the managing direc tor ol the Tobacco Co. (Mr. Worrle) yes terday afternoon. Ur. Worrle, In reply, stated that he would get In touch with Melbourne directors asking them to come to 8y4n*r Immediately and confer with tb* CUCtttiv*. Mr. 0. B. Garden, secretary of the Labor CoSneU. «tated that the worker* have only ...
WHARF LABORERS FEAR INFECTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
WHAEF LABORERS FEAE INFECTION BRISBANE, Saturday Night— After exciting Incldant* at (he waterside at Townsvllle yesterday a further large (alherlnc wa* held at clgHt. Mr. t-. Carney Slid If the' steamer Mori alu vaa near th* letty wharf In the morning they should 1st go tb. ropes of all the Adelaide boats In tbe harbor. The »tt«nld* man an objecting to the MorUlu coming Into tbe wharf and un loading, because they fear tbe vessel may cane* infection from Influents, Pollt. inspector Xlog Interviewed Cap tain Irvine ot the Morlalta. ud In timated that be could not wadertako to provide protection acalest the numbers likely to take part In a denwnalratlon. He suggested that Captain Irvine should nor* bis saip away from tb* wharf. Captain Inln* acted on the auggestlon, and «t th* same tJ.me aent a radio masat* to the gunboat Una, which was then In th* bay, asking for protection, which wa* promised. Th* Mortalt* was to remain In bar altered position until further order* were received.
Points of Sport [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 1 June 1919
Points of Sport L. Wall plajtd n auperb game for Dil main nsnlDit fioutb tijrdney. IIli excel lent llna-Ucki at critical moment! irere n (rent aeaet to bla tide. Tackling well. Ret Norman put In ?ome good OefenBWe work for South 8yda«r, but he could not handle the iroaiy ball -t all well. Ray Norman played (he game ot W* lift agalnut W'eata. Kicking, runnlnc. Uckllng, he «-aa In ererr moTpment. nod naslsted In making the opening! (or all the trie* icored ty Esiti. NotvltheUndlng an Injured foot, Lea. Cutjltt w»l Of Utet u erer for Eaata. Only n man with bla pace and itaylng powera could, have done the bard work neeealary to lecure tila two trtn. A. M'Pbertoo dfd Dot gel many chancea to ihov bla klcklnt pocere (or Weitn. but on tbo two ocraalona that cunt hla way be made no mlatike. ColiltK abowed no algn tb«l be bad re cently recovered from tbe 'flu He waa aa nlppr aa «rer on tbe wing tor TCtala, but had too little chance to handle the ball. O. Boblmoo and »a!lo«ay were a One pair o...