Tag Archives: Inner West

Mrs. Carroll’s Prize-winning Marrow Honey

Sydney’s ‘Truth’ newspaper (1890 – 1958) ran a weekly competition for recipes within its ‘Making Good Wives Better’ column, offering ‘substantial cash prizes for the best recipes submitted each week.’ Mrs. G. Carroll of 25 Prospect Street, Erskineville submitted a … 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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A Tour of Macdonaldtown (Erskineville) in 1882

In 1882 a series of articles appeared in Sydney’s Evening News describing several municipalities and boroughs on the outskirts of the city of Sydney. Over many weeks between July and September 1882 the boroughs and municipalities of Paddington, Waverly, Randwick, … Continue reading

Posted in 1880-1889, Erskineville Road, Macdonald Street, Munni Street, Railway Parade, Union Street | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Macdonaldtown Toll-bar

THE Municipal Council of Macdonaldtown are about to put into force the 179th section of the Municipalities Act of 1867, which regulates the collection of tolls, by the erection of a toll-bar on the Erskineville-road, and the collection of tolls … Continue reading

Posted in 1880-1889, 1890-1899, Erskineville Road, Railway Parade, Swanson Street | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Anderson’s Terrace – 20 to 32 Park Street Erskineville

Anderson’s-Terrace Eastern side of Park Street (Number 20 at left) Anderson’s Terrace (20 to 32 Park Street, Erskineville) is located on the eastern side of Park Street, close to Solander Park. Originally a row of six two-storey terraces, the relatively … 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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