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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Anfbny FforJems'. Sydney. MonsienrJ. EUGENE LAMl^R the Farnooi FrenrL Hair and Skin Specialist, who offrra £iooo b(( HAJR STAIN. fi.rv tnlri. ?? I am ann the publln hai brrnrrn.linc ami mine rtilihlth tloiia man. I frel that It Is my i)i.1y -o in thi- pulillr- knnir that ain. 3 I Invriitnl tills tH3l.il. v.-c t.-.l'lr. HAIR STAIN «hi%'eP/ii.''.'.n iIllPriir°colnrs'of the, ralnl.no-. llhr ilTea do. They an ? ..lptiuric or nltHn arid nsrd. Their are Frrnrh vecrtable perfrrt -tr-ltin. After -l,e hnir hrlnc staln clc.y. anil uatnral-looliiiic. and hair 1 o-lll fnrf-lf CSO. Tl.ere are. lilondn shade. If your bull- Is «ll jint It ria;ht. 1 do lint employ ip» | Mn.lrinoli.llr I.nn.i-r My prores asil tnr Ihr p».t 20 vriirs I Imvft j iHH ataln th' lair, riolit rtoiro to j KiiinM fir yriiri: hut If Ihr I.jI» 1 2 nioTith'. In mMllinn t» thl'. they. ? lnnO fir blm. Try a llolllr. an-» If It la not =-hnt I renrearnt it to hr I CT-111 alaln ynnr hair free -if rhsircr. Prlre ner linttle (twice th«...
MINING AT LUCKNOW An Old Dump to be Treated [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
MINING AT LUCKNOW An Old Dump lo be Treated ORANGE. Saturday Night.— There la a recurrence 01 mining activity at Luck uow, where B. Davla Is treating tn« whole of the old dump. He It eraellng a fn-hrad battery and three WIlDey tables, and will make a start on 40,000 tons, which. It la conaldered, will enow band eome returns, u, wben tht mine was working twenty rears ago, all tba clone not going Mwt to the ton was dis carded, and tbe crude methods than ob taining make for more than that being recovered undtr present ntwer methods.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
aanEMH«Ha»tiBffla»fflKIa?Ifl^££;' AHftEHERTK BalmaiD Skating Rink CORNER DARUKG-HT. AND B1RCHGKOVE. BOAU. tUnder DlrecUon and afantfenient of Rojal Opening Night Saturday, 31st May, At 7.30 p.». flow- Newly Surfaced. FULL BTR1NO ORCHE»TR.\. oen.ral Admloum. ^id^ p^uj ^ta«; BT. GEORGE ? HAIX, HXWTOWM aUSB P. ALLl^N. Certlncated Ti-actiei . DANCS HELD EvSrV TVEMIAY AND ?ATtWDAT EVcNING, I TO II. BafUmra- and l-racuc» uaairi kv.it S«i n^day Afteroon, I to ».*'. AflmiMlvn I -. HAOmNOTOH TOWN HALL. Ever, THun 4Jur Bvenlav, t In 11. Ladlrp I/-. G»n!i 1 ^. Urn taa. . Pta»'« rja-u-oate orrtMira, in dadlna noa JtoyaX A«atralla» Premier l.;nim but. ' ihtvmta I#saftne arraiuraq. Paone t^*j. - ? UMK-« BOTtCES ? 1HUW1UAI. ARBITBATIUN ACT. IM: - X ItMto «t Awaeauw to R«taur u an Jo Austrstl ? Ual«a.~ss#nca ta hki^ty Kt^.'n ????l apoBfTilwi jas beep inade lo muwu «- radwirrlll rKjon ao«er cb. -inOujinal Arhi Vmtlva-AM. IStt,' Ike Trade tnKM atjlM * irt* Batamsir7«allora and boMlerW Kiip ana Waart ...
Good Grass in Riverina [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Good Grass ? Wverina HAT, 8alurday.— Tbls weeV'a rain In the nortb-west RlYerlna bit ended a period of tusooase. Although during the put tight months only four Inches of rain bad been re corded at Hay, the district Is still wtll supplied with dry feed, tud where itorus have fallen, green grass; but wUb the approach of winter a aubBtantlal and general rainfall wat desired. Although tht present fall It not til tbat was de sired. Its terr general character gives issuranct that a decided break has ukc'n put.. ?
Empire Day Quiet Celebration in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Empire Day Quiet Celebration u Sydney Celtbrallun of Kmplrt Day yesterday suffered by reason of the date's proil mlly to tliat on wblcb Sydney oOclallr reDetnbcrcd Ansac. To tonit exteLt, too. perbkps. Sydneyltes are aavlng their PMtnatlc nerve centrea for tbe strain of |,eate r«Jolcln»s. Yesterday was elgnlncant at the cen tenary of the birth of Queen Victoria. Iti Jlshed. Although onlr quietly marked. Its traditions were not forgotten. The dinner to the Army and Navy veterans look place at usual at fargent'a Cafe, Uarket-ttreet, tnd wss attended br tbe governor, Blr Walter Davidson, and tbe State Military Commandant. Wart,blps In port and Ue city's public bulldllilts flew bunting. The Queen's ctslut at tbe top of King-street was ilecoratrd and His Excellency unvcllvd a eoldlerl' mrmorlnl at the coruer of Marrlckville and Petersham roads. A special Empire Night concert wu given at the Town Hall, and one by tbe lllghlanl Foclely of New South Wales .it tlielr hall In rbllllp-elreet.<...
PRISONER IN GERMANY Maitland Soldier Returns Laid on Battlefield for 33 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
PRISONER IN GERMANY Maitland Soldier Returns laid on Battlefield for 33 Hours SUIILANII. RllurljT Nifrl.l -Corporal Frr1 Msnnall. nt West Mallland. has Just relurao'J hcuif nfler bsvlnjj been a Hn 'a« iarilur~J bv lh« rum? at Bul lecourt in aitiI. lblT. In me njlitlnt lie placed In hospital, but rec--!Ted no treat ment whatever. 'We Juit clnjiHy had 10 lie there un III m; «frc kitlie-! oil.'1 he Bald. 'I Ml f iio'MFcrit ?» a J-alr of trou.eri and a onrdlK«n Jacket. Because 1 rom tho h^epltjl to n CBiup About e quarter ol a mile away. Th» Journey took two Kalkel b-hicj m- all liio ««;. I received no SiPlFtance whatever. ?Them »tj very Illlle loco In the (?amp, «nd the prlsoQvre »ere expectel tc subsist on the rcintcnte «f the Red Ir delayed there, and some did net learb us at til. ' Corporal MsnnHll v.is Ister removed Irorn Zerbft to Werben. on the Llbe. Here the treatment at Srst t«b very bad. l\.\ Improve] gradually. He epent II icoulbs In tbat camp, but the prisoners * ere bevrr p...
ORANGE CLEAR Heavy Business Losses [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
OfWGt CUM Heavy ftasaess Losses OHANOE, Saturday. -Tht Mayor re. ported tblt morning thtt tke town and dietrfct art now abtolultlr clear of lo Ouenta. No cases had been reported for over a week, and Us medicos hid given a clean bill ot htaltb. Bnalntu In all directions nit been revived owing to tbe brttVof (ht drought anl tke relief trom tbt pandemic. A low estimate of tht business losses through tht Infmnxi alone would amount to «1J,«6.
SPECIAL [?] INTER SALE A GENUINE RECORD BREAKER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
?Rter sale A GENUINE RECORD BREAKER 1 Till »re»t JjinoTatloB haa dlatlnctlj- -ctcght on.' (or the public are qnScJt to realla* the attric- | tfoa of MCBrlBK at BARGAIN PRICES ILr latest ».EW BEASOS'S goods, which in are offcrinc F at the lommenoeaent of the season, so that they hare all their utility ahead of them; In thia | r«sp«ot they differ vastly from end of season aalea. Yon cannot afford to mlaa thla RTfat function. Bemwber, tliat, wilh the eicption cf a few proprietary Uncl, EVERY ARTICLE In the Hoase HAS BEEN REDUCED.
[?] SUBURBS [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Hi [?] ?H [?] H. (ehrajer and C. Bcbrader Y. iMrlah and TBata%*»iJiilby I oela « I«me« to 1 ael :i 'lymMli MO. t v. TAMBATVOORA. G. Baala *na E. Wala tB.) v. Benatead and Coee. ? e-1, #?!. O Seale aid E Wala r. Vllda and Cosk. 'iSZJTSti! n'V... v. V.ld- and C«*. *B.J^» ul J. k! Wal« -. Uen.le.d and BaakBtft Ho. 1 r««.v»»d a forfell from Mtr rtetriU* St. 1st*. Mixed Competition BOLAJW) -- MHU»CK%'rt-LE Al'OCA. UtM Holt M»d.A. Petty mtn IB.) v. S«n. F»m* sUA ?!? Hfl*1*. «-», *-^ . KIM Bolt IM ^A. P*mrm»i- v. .M|v B*)-r t(^ JOalt . w»d A. D»vii v. Vlaa E».)ls-/ *nd IS ibil'aM A. CM, .. Ur,. I'.,nj an! j-ai?-^tr. « ? „» » s « » SwfT TARat. r. CASLTOW METHODIST. tUaaOraaHrfaa aM I. I.. .Dunttan «.P.) » -**i** aMuuMon snd J. B«amaa, a-2. t-z. ?^ByVSiKaa and J. I. rmnataii r. mi. fSa^^l^eod B°*™'l'n vi'viM Ptnrtam ?-*SJi£fS^im ' tr*? aeu »? lamea to 1 ^(aSdSSin .war. on forfeit from Harrlek