Category Archives: 1900-1909

Cricket Curiosities (No. 73) – Dying Cow Stops Game

In January 1930 Sydney’s The Sun newspaper and The Newcastle Sun reported the following unusual occurrence of many years prior: The Sun (Sydney) Tuesday, 28 January 1930 A long-lost Sydney urban myth? Or the exhausted rantings of a sports journalist … Continue reading

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Debility Cured by Bile Beans After Hospital Treatment Failed to Relieve – Mrs. Ellen Moore – 12 Bray Street Erskineville

LIVER DISORDERS CURED BILE BEANS GAIN GREAT PRAISE. A Disordered Liver, if not attended to, very often brings in its train serious results. The stomach, the digestive organs, and the kidneys become lax in their duties. Pimples and blotches appear, … Continue reading

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Arnott’s Living Pictures – Alma May Taylor – Corner George and Cambrian Streets Erskineville

ARNOTT’S MILK ARROWROOTS THE CHILDREN’S BISCUITS NOTED FOR THEIR PURITY Alma May Taylor, aged six months, daughter of Mrs. G. Taylor, The Elite Academy, corner George and Cambrian Streets, Erskineville, near Sydney, N.S.W. fed since the age of two weeks … Continue reading

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Why women age faster than men: Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills – Mrs. W. Callaway – completely cured after a long period of suffering from kidney complaints

What is there in life more tragic than the young woman who soon after marriage begins to fade and prematurely shows the sign of age, while her husband keeps his youthful health and vigour. The careworn wife and the youthful … Continue reading

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Excitement at Erskineville – A Ruse Which Led To Escape

A Clever Trick A clever instance of police impersonation, which unfortunately allowed the ends of justice to be defeated, is reported from Erskineville… The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide) Wednesday, 28 May 1902 On the night of Saturday 24 May 1902 … Continue reading

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Sausages and Brawn – An Erskineville Factory – Shocking State of Affairs

The seventh day of September features on daysoftheyear.com as Salami Day, encouraging everyone to explore the world of salami by trying new and adventurous types of salami, and enjoying salami with friends at salami-themed parties. So with this in mind and in … Continue reading

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Doan’s Backache and Kidney Pills – Mr. John Loaney – A permanent cure after three years’ suffering

‘Doan’s Pills cure aching back, rheumatic pains, gravel, swelling of the limbs, impure blood, dizzy spells, sleeplessness, irregular heart, and counteract the harmful effects of beer, spirits and tea.’ Doan’s Backache and Kidney Pills brought peace and health to Mr. … Continue reading

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