Diggers’ Car Run to Cataract Dam

  IF you take a trip to Cataract Dam, there are three essentials to the complete enjoyment of the trip; one is a permit from the Water Board, the other an inch rule and a ready reckoner. Through the goodly management of Mr. W. Cochrane, O.B.E., and the fine response to his appeal, something like…

Bulli’s first ANZAC Day

BULLI.  The united Commemorative Service in the Princess Theatre on Anzac Day was largely attended. Special war hymns were sung and appropriate addresses were delivered. The Rev. P. W. Dowe, B.A., conducted the service and was supported by the Revs. E. J. Rogers, E. M. Yates, A. G. Palmer, and Mrs. Watts representing the Salvation Army. The addresses…

A story of war, love and two mining towns

By MICK ROBERTS © AN HONOUR roll in Corrimal Uniting Church – not unlike memorials in community halls around the world – has revealed a tragic love story that spanned the globe. The tablet lists 21 local men from the church who served in the Great War, with one name, James Budden remaining a mystery to…