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CYCLING Events for League Riders [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
CYCLING Events for league Riders An open road ract lor League of Wheel men rldert, promoted by the Cumberland League Club, wat held yesterday from I Windsor to rarramatts. It *aa won by Black (Ashneld), with T. Oassldr (Cum beriaudl second, and H. Oassldy (Cumbor landl third. K. Boss secured the futat time. The Cumberland League Cluh'a five ?nllea race 'on tha Pennant-street coarse yesterday, resulted 4n a win (or V, Rout ley (tain 20eec). V. Noody (Mice) waa aecond, and — Culpln (imln tOsec) I Ken (scratch) secured (atlest .tune— i:mln lsec.
Boisterous Weather [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
Boisterous Weaber OODLBURN, Saturday.— Cold and bois terous weather has prevailed In the Ooul burij -district durl.g the pat: wtek. Tbt wind, coming mostly from ? wssterly dl- recuon, naa ai utree reaanea nurricsoe force, and caused minor damage In vari ous parts of the townsh p. Tbe country all around haa a very utaltby appear ance, auil Is covered with a succulent growth ol trass and nirbaca. This maast cxotUent shsep (etd.
FIRE ON STEAMER Quantity of Stores Damaged [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
FiRf m mm Quantity of Stores Damaged Shortly before S.SO last night t Ore was dlFcovered among tbe ship's ttores in the Howard Smith's VTharl, at the foot of IiinK-tireQi, W17- neauquBnvi ? auu Circular Quay Brigade! turned out. and Boon bad the outbreak under control. . & quantity of etores wat dcBtroyed by . ere and water; but the vessel «as un- 1 damaged. J
Trotting at Epping Three Favorites Win Lumont in Form [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
Trotting at Cpping Three favorites Win lumon! in Form [?] I '*'? '?' - f» -,« r.-v .' Kl.E HANDICAI*. of ?' iw.«. IS r;'.: -?? ' T!:'jl'lill f. .-?' li.J .'.V. J.' ':'i'-!i-.J ';'!; «'ra rriiii-Vc'i:ir..'Y\'o : aiiisFI.lM.umU. ;i lo ! l»'.. ?' ?» -' f -i'. «? ? ii:: ii-.1'.;. To-ji irveFtM. cans ? ^ ,1 ? i :-.'..'!|'.'IS' *''?' ° I1AN'''- ^ '' ''' I Mllrl-.ell rtililaln ol tb,. IV.:,. M-. was li i fimj (orm -. an-lday, II.' s cr,.J In, ? iri.K. Put oo. ,1,1 no, land a K'mI I for the Eastern Suburbs Ku^by L*nlon ! team In tbe match ae«lnit V.M.C.a. ye* «erd»y. I
Recent Weddings in City and Country To secure insertion in the "Sunday News" reports of weddings must be sent in during the week in which they are celebrated. WILLIAMS—BROWNLOW [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
Recent Weddings in City and Country To eam» taaertlOB is Hit flanday Rewi' reporta of wedalnc« But Im aaat U darlm- Uu w«ek U whlok they an oilcbratcd. WnXIAMS-BSOWITLOW At 6u Mark's Cburcn, Datllai Point, on Wadoeadar laat, u-- Kir Huvard Us. ' aaalatad, bj Ue B-t. Uarald Crotlj. oO- I rtnUd at the marralfa ol Marjont. I daiwaur of Captain and Un. P. B C. ! Bro valor. Lower Ocean -ilrtn. Wool laura, ul Corporal Eran wllllama. Itu *-l.r.. ion of tit* latt Mr. Sraa Wil liam, and Mra. Our Bouobar. ElUabith Bay. The brldt'i dr*v of wbltt- cair n*M*, n* male with paaltra of aocaaiM uea. and a illTer brocada train, *hl)a ker lull. Ten waj caujK Invc, placo wttb a ?llrer band and oluittn ol oranga blonom. Tbi brldeamalda, Ulu Flonace Browslow. and Mlaa Uarc-a William., who wor* frocka of matte ?aaraeuae, truninad with allrar «nJ (rln(a, with aaropkaiu luta. to aatoi. earrlad bomiueu ot tloUU and maata »»e»t paaa. Kr. «. a Ward, lata A.I.F., aotad a. teat man and Troopar Colin Waller at (r...
NEWHAM—HAMMOND [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
lnrWHAJf-HAXMOirD Two well-toowi Cown clitrlct taa-- llei wir. united on Wedneaday last at St. Rabbaera R.C. Cbnrch. whu Annta. rounceat daufhter of Mr. and Un. Malhew Hammond, of Streamvllle. «ma ntrrtedby the Ber. Fathir Kennedy to Patrick. Touueet »on of Mr. John New ham, of Spring Park. Tbe brldt wore a Iroek of white orepo-de-cheae ana teorgette, trimmed with met laoe. and embroidered with teed peirli, with court j train, adorned with orange bloeaoma. Shj ' alto were an embroidered Tell, with fttob , cap, ?urmeanted with a coronet of [?]
DEAN—O'KEFFE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
»BAH-O'K£ETE A prtttj widdlai took place at ttio Holy Trinity CBurcb, Glen innei. on June H. when MUl Patricia OKeeK. d»uK5- . ter of Mr. and Mra. O'Kwle. Guyra. lot marrleo by Kti. Canon KemmU to Mr Ueorj* Jamea Ooaa, alto of Ouyra. Tee bride wpro a handiome gown ot mole crepe dt ebeat. with trtmolnn of gold an 1 alKer fceada. Mra. Brownlnl 'liliter) it landed, the bride, She wore a prem costume ot-allk or»oe. wlin oble aUtch Inn of pink and blue, wlti b«t to matcb. Mr. W. Montaltb (Qayra) acted «? beet ™«d. After Ibe reception. Mr. and Mra Dean left on their honeymoon, which li to be apeat at Sydney and the Mounlalni. Their tutor* home will be at Guyra.
Social Events of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
Social Events of the Week Elr Walter and Tjdy DavHson bave lor bnlulKC na oHI-'Ul cluner p?nv at GuTernmmt Hmso on Monday e»cnlc«. Id honor of Viscount JvMcoe A'lmlral ol the Fleet, ant Lady Jrlllcoe. al vhlrh they Intrn^ed to bold later Lbe Sir Walter nn-|.lioc will opeD tbe con Itronce ol the Local Qovcroincnt enil r.rera on Turtiiay. end will attend tbe lunch ri the Commonwealth flunk nr rasEed by Mr. IHnl.jo Mlllrr. In honor or Vltcoiint Jclllcoe. On Tlnirsilay, tbf Admiral Till hi tbe gueil of bis Eictl lenrj tr,» GOT.Tnur-Uoncrnl at oliintr it Admiralty Him,,, «D,1 on Eklurilsj ^t »Tll be the rucct ol Sir Onen (Vii, pre ! lldent of tbe Ofcracia Association, al t&e Tfoncr tn bonor of tbe Admfral ot the Fleet. The next ot the aerlee ol lectnrea od Worn We Work. trraniM b.v tbe Work era' Education Auoclalton, will Uke Tlacr on Jult 10 at the Wmncn'i S«r Tlce Club. 11- Hunler-atreel, at 7.39 P.m Ulia Leila ThomM nlll be tbe iprarer. and h-r aubjert will be 'Tbe Woman'. Mot...
Women in Professions [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
Worn, n PrefessiHS Fifty yatrt ago, our grandmothers would bavt held up their bandt In hor ror, al tht vary thonght of their granj dsutbters ever attempting profeaeOnai Wnrk. otber than Uia nrthodm iliimafltie sclcDce; but what hare wt to-dayi Yi -Tnen , lu all aria and icloooea. All the aTenaca I of profcBEional Ule are opened to them. I In this latl decade the ttudy of ma1ik'lae I baa been, perbapa, tht most taVored. hut | a Jarce Pt.-*-eou»*e hare Lkkeo op photo- ?- -' grapljy. arLQlteLture, cbemlalry. draflt- I mabablp. law, elc. For yeare tbe trad ual trend baa been, not to forsake do roeiUo duties, but to tupplement them wltb Iho bllber iludl.j. Ihu la all tbe natural outcome nf the ! bnpioved curriculum ol eludlet In our i ecboolt and colleges, and of the grand i open portal, for the tun loot rich ana I poor alike ot University education. Auca are the great opportunities, that a tcnooi - gin with aa aptltndi for botany aui g«olDST, for Dutanot, cat further bar ' studies at th...
The Girl at Home LIKES THE SOLDIER'S JOB Serious Problem of Repatriation [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
The Girl at Home UKCS TtlUOUHOt'S JOB Semus PreUn ef Repatriation When 'Diner' comee baek alter a few hard yeara »uroad and Inda Mut Bydncy, lull ol bua'.nees aid entbualaam. Installed in bis old 'clrry ' Job. lie talakt haro. I'hcrb Is a cerUlD amonot of reluctance on the part of tbe always chlTklnua 'Ulg- &vr lq eay auk uui, auo worn viaa jydney silt llKht. and doeto't voluatariijr 'gel out,' 'Digger' realltet fee ta up In Sydney many glrlt are Vagarlng the iedgcrt nblcb juoog mat lift to Join tbe army, airi doing It to the- enure aatlal&^uon of lie yuung maaa fonuvr tuiplorcr. Aad la euserout Inttancoe Ibe portion bat reached a eUge whtn Ibe girl »ho euyed at home to eaiiy en. Is tae only one who can aolre U. The emuluyt-r, walle full of sympathy for the returned tolnler, and willing -to aa slat Mm. Sndi binuelf onsble to tell u.e youog komaB, who hat a tborongh araap gt ma buaiuets, tuat sbe uuel get oua; iBi so the tnldier Is left looking throuib ibe nlndow wbil...
Eastern Suburbs Juniors [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
Eastern Suburbs Juniors [?] [?] to™.'' frty tst, and l*roi»e ki-liil t.-iMli fi»i tit* wm t'lr.oBrs; for loten --naan A foil. Brm Cl and ^'IUii Irlri. Url-srt 3 foklB. Itondl Waralah Ctti nuni iJ.irllusiurGt by \L tu I;ll. Trie* »*Te sioieii hr ArrtML Buriir. ColllnB, M'l.cnnan. ft-.iil Col.lnl aJld U'Lean
Soccer Canterbury Lucky Spectators Stop a Match [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919
Soccer Canterbury Lucky Spectators Stop a Match [?] Anunilale a Close Call N ?' ? «' '? ??' ??? '-ack'.':'i't:a'i-j^orflS ' ? ' ': »' : :i ' ? ' ? *. UW^ai :r.« paw, ' ? ' ' . ? - ? . :i»r nf \h' ovrclii4ti,ai 1 ? .: .',i iS; Itet. F^\ -?- ' ' \- j.1 .- r.*3 (ivm a pvaaltv. , ? 1M. ? ' i * - . .|' ! 'i ufMy. Nertti* ' ?? ' ' ? '?'. .'''l »Brti*'lM Pyruionli Eubj Win , ? ' '.- i v.i-.i,' ' \j,tl.''j'. Y.M.C.A. Apio Benten Uu. ati.f art ory Fialah \ .'.'.;'. -yw.i «.- iM Pranr: ,., i i'..--,..ni i-.'r.'n. lir.i- il|t«haal Comiictltlou TabU J. Second League Junior Matches ; 1 '' ? ........ ?-, rrWi bj I To -morrow's fixtures 1