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Not Marrying BECAUSE GIRLS HAVE CHANGED Soldiers look in Vain for Home-Makers [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
Not Marrying BECAUSE GIRLSJAVf CHAN6H) Soldiers look in Vain for Home Makers lli. i. is a general llnrr-s!lon th.it -?:?? AjFtraliau boldlers are gelllnf; mm . i iif. an eooji as they return tu their im rut- bpsib. aod are subjected to II; jiniB of the tlrls they lelt Crhlnd V 'i a young officer — an nrlglnal Ar i-ieritF .in the cbsagfe whleL tidr takif. ? i.i. - in the outlook ot hli girl tn«i:O ]'iri5 hla absence on service. Tbe til i ? |.t- .,1 «irl, his !? Is. »hn liked tn l.. hv.- lanl'hrd completely. M. -. »hi- slwaya mjfJe b-r n-,i 1 l.iu-.--i -n'i trocWB. a dear, tweet, hnin. - in-lnc clrl. »ho took up orfk- auil. ?ifi»- k'r l.iotber Ted Joined ujv ii'» '??i.r., Inimg father and mother |..-i ? .::'.? !:'.- m rpend on herself. .-n sli rh'1 II runt' ii^r h'Jsb.iQ^ d'i. ^i.l in-1 bis £tii:.E. mil el^np. b Ills klid ki ral bonDi1.1. fi.Mbl-1 girl be hd'l 1 ? T t. bebiuj vntvp M-':i--- - lif ?_ riloiv au.l d-jijly dull. vau.I- \ :,;..? .-. u J i.iclur.3 howe. To clinch l'.i.--:iv...
WEDDING RINGS Movement to Abolish Wearing [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
WEDDING RINGS Movement to Abolish Wearing rtvu a:: .? ?: : r ? .if lull lt»a nr.,1 iuelnm~ I . ' ?? ~ - :.?'? I ??! Il' 'n '' lhl- u,.i- ...-?. 'I- ir V:i:KliBb cousins bava [..-.. .? . I ? 'r t'r th.'r bave roUEe.l ' 'ti ?? ' *?'?' 'i an-1 t!io Stage to a fl;i'. .' -i^'r.1: l.'^t they puecei'd wedlnik .it. . « -????? n 'ahau:.'!':l. !-l. ? :K. »- hi- flues, thai the di-.n-i ?: ? ? ?' »i.I.Iiub rlng» can only I. a I ? .???:'. -i.iliiy and Ian iIcab of niQI r: ,ki' I; ':i C'.s N lar u In advise .. -. ' ' -l w.'in.Mi lu general TV M ?- . '..I'! ihIl-ii-I tutiforlB th« . l.-ri. il ' ...' ln-larin« I'.ia.. little ..f .,»??... li.i li^illi ii.j-s 351 I,! this oil ..i :? : . ' ii ' ..n.l 'in.1, up l.y Ihp ,?,!,;?'.?? ? .??iihii'. 'AH irlirs by tin- »'.,'. ? . ?? -i fn.iil uiMiiber of courage lee* laMly in noajaii'a views The cru\ uf the oholp matter Is that women «lll t1' 'ifitt11 focf*ut to eo on displaying the .?unventmnal i»-mbol of -wedlock If i 'mention. I he I'burch. or Stale, or »h...
LAST NIGHT'S THEATRES SIGN OF THE CROSS Successful Revival at Royal [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
IAST NIGHTS THEATRES SIGN OfJHE^CROSS Successful Revivat at Royal Royal 1-et nleht was carried tensely tbroucb Ihe tour acts of the 'Elan ot the (.'rota*' me play being punctuated with frequent applause The Herds ot Miss Hunter-Watts mov ed with quiet trace to tbe cllmaz of tbe third act, when tbe actress made tlie moat of her opportunity for strong ap As Berenli, Mine Lonna Forbes was bal'Pfly csit, add realised lo the full Ibe many moods of the part. Miss Alma Rjck-Phllllpa gave a delightful repre sentation of the uii-to-mlnule Roman wife and gossip as Dacla, Mr. Allan Wllkl* rose to ibe oppor tunities afforded by the role of Marcus Buperbus- Ctsbris (Mr W. J- Coulter) proved a most satisfactory follower of liacchut. and Mr. Fred Paley gave a splendid picture ol the egotistic and de bauched Scro. As Stepbanue, however, Wl»i Olga Asncw rarrlrd of the honors of lbs night; her acting .as aplendldlr natural, and her ahrlrka from the torture cham ber were positive blood-curdling.
Wirth's Circus [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
ruffs Grots Ja' Wlrth'a Circus advanced Its present auccetatttl ****oa a furUur stage lut alght when a Urge crowd, tiled the Hip podrem*. Th* prograauae waa a specially aUraetlT* one, ana the numerous and rarlad luau were rectired w)H- mnch tpprtcUtloa. The lot SleUrs were par ticnlarlr ?ucOMtful in this respect, aoa Ford, 'th* absolute alrong man.' wae reanoatlble tor a great deal of merrl To-morrow a special holiday matinee will be pretested. In addition lo t-e evening pertomaace.
MARTINDALE'S SCRAPBOOK—The Barb—Greatest Racehorse of his day. The story of his Performances [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
MARTINDALE'S SCRAPBOOK ? The Barb -Greatest Racehorse of his day. The story of his Performances NOWADAYS those who have to do with ractog, with few eicep. tlons. hold the Idea that In the 'good old times ' of the sixties and seventies, the crack racehorees Here solhlal like the equals of the present day equlnet of note. Perhaps so Looking over the old book. I find th*re a lot about the undoubted cham pion of hla dar-Tbe Bare. There were ?omc great performances witnessed dur ing the racing season ot 1168-69, but the WOBI BFDgBlJDBei w ueat 4|| wu toe winning ot the Sydney Cup br The Barb, carrying lost Sib. I am not writing from hearsay or history. I witnessed the rare. Those who hive a fair knowledge of our racing history, horses of the put, snd their doings, must sdmlt that It ni one of th« mo-t representative fields ever produced et tbe post for an Important ?fdjxey Cpp of 1860 At tbe book, till, The n-rh ass first. Stumpy second, Tim VYbinirr third, Sir John fourth. The other dar...
CONSERVATORIUM MUSIC Favorite Works Played [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
(ONStfWOflUK MUSK favorite Wefts Played Btlthovro. Utlt. Grieg, Blztl, Slbsllui, Rai-hmsmnov, and Mackeotlc were the compotro reprt^sccted on the programme ut lae Oonservatorlum Uribeilral Pop. coar^rt, sives In the Sydney Town Hall last night, and a large audience abowed ita appreciation of the choice. The or caaatra was aasllted by illis Uorolhy HclmrlCi, who It leaving la Sydney tba 1**1 fcuvealra of her voice before tbe tales awar lo Kurope, ana MUs Ult de Cairo* Acgo, a young pianist, whose vlrll* and *ymp*thellc work la Invari ably admired. The overture to Goetbea drama. '£gmoat,' a wort written upon th* subject ot the elrugtle b-x«ecn the NethetUnda and. 8pain. opened tbe pro gramme. BUct'a Salt* (So. 1), 'fArleslecne,' took the Un-:r of Ibe audlescr, and 'Flnlanill*.' one of the tone pictures ct Slbcllos, wbott music brratbet the sentiment aad Influence ol bis native land. Finland, was welcomed. Mta* Helmrijh, who gave particular pleasure at Iht Conlvrvatorlum Hall tlie othe...
"AIR MEN O' WAR" Boyd Cable's Latest Book Tells of Thrilling Incidents [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
'AIR MEN O' WAR' Boyd Cable's Latest Book Tells of Thrilling Incidents A. ... . , _ . li' -.1L-iiii. i n iT'.-ik on tne by Boyd i'h1 ?? v --'i- .T-. i Rohrrtson. I.imlte.l. .i. ,. t.-.-. dm. aild , contalnlNC ?'-??? i i'r -.nrie6 of th.- I exploits ..; . ?: ..: : . ? !i ibr »nr. | Elmrle U-.f ?.- ?'?-: !-i,i'.-3 ih, spirit of the F.mf ? ?? ' : '? Of the flip!.' - . -..' ???- f.T that day (o i 11 H'i'1 ; ? ?....!( l,.ilf mi hour ! We wrr.- ??- . ? - i:.-N an.l ,,jr Ihki Bints nr i- ? ?' ^Biiiml si'vent'i'n j Huna. a i-l ' ? '-:?.? 1 Irnic and put I IbrM .!..» . ? .' ' ??.niml . . th,-y north. f.'h-' ?? : ???-???? They'd hav to wati-h. I'. ? :.':.,- ? -I 1 «nh uj on Cur last ri....! . ' i''.''^ o\n ol ;vctrnl But UK *.i i ' ? ? I'- 'a- '!'?-! -I''' then; h' « ? - ?:.' ' »' riahl nut or 'The la.l ,-!,.! i-l o,Tj,,|. aI;1, f.ir 'The M..].,t I 1 ''!? plloi a r'poit cjud-'l: 'O:t ?', ?-. ??? ? fr:,--.',| !he aiuad rons have -I ,:?? -i.i:. n-! Hi' Corps has had a go.i I d.-. ' ?'A »r.nd ?:...
WONDERS OF NATURE Some of our Oldest Inhabitants whose intelligence was so limited that they were exterminated. Fossil Remains in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
WONDERS OF NATURE Some of our Oldest Inhabitants whose intelligence was so limited that they were exterminated. Fossil Remains in Sydney The author ot these Nature Btody ArtUU,. wtlttes for the 'Sunday News, li a Fellow of the Iluju] /.uolo-lc«l Society and an authority on rutomolugy Hud the lile or ! the seaaliore, the pond, the planti and auiutale Ti ', i senerally. WIIKS t':.. ,.,|i.T.ents whl h ?'?nt dunt. It n. aj : .? ;.r r-fiu,^ tu kj into the slnry .,[ .; .,;. : evij.. ,.; Hi-. ,,iur .%«. I',, 1:- ,. ,.?...:..-.' .;':.- I Land nf ? ' ?-????' ? ? ???-? ' Living ?? ' -:'' ?--?? ?' ???' ? Fossils : : :. :? : ? ? '. | di.Mr.t .-? ' ' » .1 -?:? .Tin'' ! ?:? ..'.iJ ,T|. ?-! ? r ? ? ! ,r: ..- 1 .. n . .- '1 ??: Un. ? ... .: - ?.?.:..! 1^ .?..??'. -r ? v Ih.. T' . ?? - il *J- M-l .1. » r,l- I ''I .?uin.l ! ??:. r 1 »? 1- I ik :. :? -i i'i- , !,.,H\, ?- . Mi '??!?. 'li- ? :? I '-'I Ihe Tr:-'.- , ?,,. I,., n f. . ! I : . ? : -? :-. ?'.? ' amplrs ' I !.- .|i...'. 1 ] Tim ^,?.?,. ... »,...
Women's Interests and Industries Home Makers in Council "Sunday Newt" Practical Recipes and Hints for Housekeepers. New Dishes and Suggestions for Money Sating [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
ubowens Jnteres&s and Industries I Home Makers in Council 'Sunday News' Practical Recipe$ and Hints for Housekeeper*. New EHshea and Suggestion* for Money Stating To« attia object of title column I» to belp People tv « thrifty sad to dhow tntm ehort cuti In doing tbtlr work. % ? \ A FBIZK OF FIVE BS1LU.N0S U aCC*n-l for Uu be*t fwdpo ?eat' In e«e. Wtei. Bnould duplicate* ttrire, (be prior cltUn to «l)e prta will U Uut of th» iettar firet. opened. RcBMoilMr, r* don't mtmifM from other publications, but we do, Mot yo« oWa practical emggeeUon* for new dial**. ' v , ? . Auoilwt I'EIBB O f FirB SPtCfclMOg 1« ««Mi for to* b«*t Hint o» Ho ojehoM Mrt igWwwt jag , Bcoowa/, Eutriei, n-nlch 'it twin bjr Vaatnraytiy; itnMA 1m tent to 'Tbe Editor HUM Majje-* »» Oouodl, -SuiidcT ? i Kewe,- «9 Miriwl-itmS ^rdUe?.' . ; -rw» wecle pile* l«u ?'*-**l|lrie&1 cull* **«*.. «««* «r,^^M;H iiiiip ?SHIPS BjHfflHHBS™f US
Recent Weddings in City and Country [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
Recent Weddings in City and Country To jeenr* JBKrtioE 1b. tie »«ai!«y JTtwi' report* of wedaJsei Boat be tent In darln* the week is rtltk tier an celebrated. C0«TIXI^-— IVEM A nr*tt* «-»Arilnr fraa selmBtsert In the Roman Catholic Church, Orange, on Thursday **enin£. when Loalee Jrer*. eldest daughter ot Hri. Jemet Ivan, of Heifer Elation, and Mr. EUnfsy Co-tell«,. ot ValUaod, were married. The bride was attired la - crerun coat tract, with touches ol black, tilth hit to milch, am carried ? houguvl. the sift «! Mr*. Lenta Taonipeoo, and alto an fTory-tHLcaed prayer-look, the lift ot Mrs. Attirood. Mm JJ*y unmt* acted u brttttmtn, and *?? drtaaol Is a mi cut frock. nelleTta »lth mis, uH a creaa hut. Sb* alvn carried « pink bouquet. Mr. W. T. lillltau «u bnt Dan. Alter the Mrrmour tin »rtr aUJoorDM to the raeldrace et Mi* Corne, 'BlltnUe,' Tber« tb# irtAdliii: breakCaet vae aerreil Kr. and Mr. Ooitells letl br the Psrbee null en ronu for Sfiatr, vuare the I
LABOR DEMANDS RELEASE Mr. Brookfield's Announcement [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
UllWR DaMfK RtlfASE lfr.fN^sAMin(«Mit Mr. Perer BrooMald. V.L.A., to-d me JLUr.Ctnttmo* laat nlfht that be haa vjnat, rtoalvaa wora that Paal rroeman Vsiia'a-tiX.way. m***i tried to ofc tala aa ttSrltw-wttk Urn. bat bM bttn rttwta.^5* waotmood that- Freeman wa*Mt *r.iraVtJaned. aad It b. did ?at ?afA-tttntaal ka W**M tOBmjat. * tarastratnk* JMala, AjasaMMtaa ^MS£tI-jS*d that a drmUtlM if itaSaWMratt oo MaloT^tnral l^S^SSSl that all .Fraaaua'l. .aiaapK€S«8 ? ilaillarOll fi Ifiti'ii k* iwl*a*at *? bal. . tt*Ta(tre*4.w«n alien, la* Labor ?HranMat . akaatg prorfd* way, aad ?jwaTto ttfwt tk* Jiatloaal aoveraaunt to raltaga kte. Jlr. Artaar BM nggesUd gstUng th. iMt lagat o»Uloa aa to tha poaslblllty tt Mtliag 4at Bah*** Corpus Act la aw tloa lattsar ta taeara Frtuaa'* bodf f rott the «»ate*j ti tbt «m»rltle.. - ? T»*. taatamea aarrltd- a retoluUoa tiat- daltgaUwa wait on tba Oovero at-rr*ad flrrain* tfc* ralaa** ?( Frttaua «a:aalL-: -'??-??-? ' ' ^
Crew Saved Tasmanian Advices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
Crew Saved Tasmania Advices LAUNCESTON. Saturday Night-Tin ateamer Tavlunl, wbleh left Burnle yet Urday morning In aaareb of the overdue vtetel, reported the Koonys'a position at 1 o'clock ibis morning. The weath er la rough, with a strong northerly blowing. Th* orew are believed to have reached the ahors la their owu hoaia. Captain F. 1. Jackson waa In command of the aletmer. At tha time of tha ml-- hap th* weather waa fine. Tht Laun cetton Marine Board'a tug Wybla was Oeapalched lo tbe scene this morning, and abuuld arrive tbere u-morrw.
KOONYA WRECKED OFF TASMANIAN COAST A Dangerous Spot [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
KOONYA WRECKED OFF TASHAWIAH COASI A Dangerous Spot The slesiufr ICoonjs sat here wrecked al Sandy Cape, about W mllea nortb of Strahan. ( Aarlce to tbls effect »»? received from Tasmania yesterday by the Union Steam ship Company. Tbe steamer Tavlunl had Won despatched from burble to search lor the Koonya, which waa overdue, and yesterday signalled Cape Sorrll at fol 'Koonya wrecked Sandy Cspe. Send boat, ukr off craw.' Mr. V. Johnson, manager of the L'nlon Company, ssld Ibst this wbi not the first elcarner tbe company bad lost at Sandy Cope. About elsbt ycare ago llie stesmers Yoola and Australia were loat there, while Un company's tleamer Uraflon was wrecked at Cape Sortll. The telegram concerning tbe Koonya had been mutilated In irBnsmls referencc to tbe crew. II Its members they would be near a sbeep elation, Tha Koonya was a tteel veatel of lOtl tone, and waa built at Orangcmoulb In 1S9S. She was well known In Sydney, hav ing been on the run from Tasmania to Ibie port for some ...
HOLLAND v. KAY A Twenty Round Draw Clever Boxing at Stadium [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
HOliAND v. KAY A Twettty Rotnd Draw Clever Boxing at Mm , BT HBO. U IUOWTI BAKER A clever IS rounds preliminary be tween Bert Prior, Mt 101b, and Mick Mul queen. Sit Itib, which unlabed in a via for Mulqueea on polbta, at tbe Buahcut ter'a Buy Sudlum laat night, whetted th* ?ppetlle of ao audience of 2000 for tbe advertised 20 rounds go between Fred Kay and Fred Holland. Both hosert had a v.srm reception. Kay waa well attended In bis corner by four neatlr-attlred . seconds. Arthur Hen neaar w*a In charge. Tbe Anierlcan Australian'f chiel alUndjnl nas Tommy Hanley. Kay wclgbtd lun 101b, and Hollana Hat 101b. U wat * remarkably clever tight from gong to gong. At tb« end of tweoly rounds Mr. Ralllj awarded a draw, and th* crowd teemed EatleDed. There was bo hooting, * fact wbicb Js generally plMslng to the referee, and a aign that hla' rardlct, at leut, does not meet with their disapproval. 1 think th* refer** erred, and I don't besluie lo taring that Kay von. From the word go Holland ...
Telegram Received in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
Telegram Received n Sydney All bands of Ilia steamer Koonra, which was wrecked at Sandy Cape, 00 the north coast o[ Taamanta, reached anora In Information to Ibis effect was conveyed late laat night to llr. Val. jDbnson, man ager of the l/0loa Company, by telegram Iium Uevonport. The telegram stated that a man had been aent on horaeback lo the ecene ot the dlaaster. He reports bating found tbr- Kooaya a total wreck. There «m evidence, however, that members ot tbo crc-r b*4 camped ashore, j-'urthcr search brought to light a lelter, which bad been left under a lifebuoy. The letler, which vraa dated June E. aaldi 'All hand* *ai*. Proceeding south wards to Trial Bit. Uunee Zeehan.'
FOLEY—MANNING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 8 June 1919
JPOLET_MAKKI3f-3 The veddlBi ot Mr. John FoleT, eldesl ioq ot the late John Foler- ot Emma *l!l». le Kallle. rmiotftt Atvtbt.tr ot lb« Ute Hr. ud Un. 14. UannlDK. of Bun eonia, waa cetebrated at ft. Uichaci'e R.C. Church, BoDgODta. The bride vu Qreiied In a cream gabardine coat nod ?klrt, with cream panne tcItci hat, nnj carried a bouquet ot roaea. The brlace isald, Ulai Hacca'Crole, irore a olBfo.' brown erepe-de-ehlne and leorgelte dreaa, and hat to match, , tfr. and Mra. Foler left by motor car tor KfttootnbB. the bride wearing a mole crepe-de-chlnc dreao and black hat aal (un.