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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIA TION. Following are the results of matches played last Saturday: A Grade.-Craignish defeated Ingle burn 1, 8/53 to 1/32; Liverpool 1 d. Wim bledon, 6/48 to 3/30; Picton d. Liver pool 2, 6/42 to 3/33. (A Reserve.-Gundaroos d. Liverpool 4, 6/49 lo 3/36; Eaglemont 1 d. Oxford. 7/44 to 3/32; Liverpool 3 d. Glenfield 1, 4/42 to 5/42. B Grade.-Eaglemont 2 d. Liverpool 5, 7/50 to 2/37; Appin Road d. Otnlm, 4/46 lo 3/39; Phurry 1 d. Hillview 1, 5/39 to 4/38. B Reserve.-Rhine Erin 1 d. Eagle mont 3, 7/42 to 2/29; Happiness 1 d. Liverpool 6, 7/46 to 2/31; Yhurry 2 d. Hillview 2. 6/42 to 3/32. C Grade.-Presbyterian d. Catholic, 8/52 to 1/24, Happiness 2 d. Hillview 3, 7/51 to 2'27; Glenfield 3 v. Rhine Erin 2, no result. Winning captains are rpminded that thc penalties of rule 26 will be strictly enforced.
TENNIS LIVERPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
LIVEBPOOL CWB. Tile third of the series of ladles' mid week tournaments, which was played on the club courts last week, had an ex cellent entry of 12 pairs and was played in two divisions, 3u sets in all berne completed by a quarter past five, so that jt was not necessary to light the lights as on the previous Wednesday, when 10 . pairs finished with only one point sep arating them, the winners being the scratch pair, Mrs. A. Topen and Mrs. J. Shortis, willi a score of 29 games off the - stick, whilst second place was filled by the Campbelltown pair, Mrs. Härders and Mrs. Devitt, with a score of 28 gamea from the on 2 mark. The second division finished even more closely, fer three pairs tied for third place with scores of 30 each, the winners Deing Mrs, C. Saunders and Mrs. A. Bec quet, with a score of SB games from the un 18 mark, and the runners-up, Mrs. J. Driscoll and Mrs. C. Murray, with a score of 31 games from the IS mark, i ne three pairs who tied for third place were Mrs. T...
MOTORIST FINED LEARNING TO DRIVE—AND HAD ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
MOTORIST FINED LEARNING TO DRIVE-AND HAD ACCIDENT. j Cyril Walter Collins was charged at Liverpool Police Court on Monday with negligent cfrivlng of a motor car at Casula on February 2. Evidence was that at 9.45 p.m. de fendant was driving along Hume High way and collided with another car which was on Its correct side, Defendant drove round the rear of a motor lorry and the cars collided head-on. It was alleged that defendant did not have any head lights. He pleaded guilty and said he was driving slowly and could not avoid the accident alter having pulled out to pass. He considered1 his lights were burning . they were in'good order. He had only a permit at the time and was learning tu drive. He was fined' £5, costs 8/-. She: I got two tickets for the theatre to-night. I He'; Drama., or comedy ? She: Drama, story of a poor wife whose husband would not buy her a fur coat.
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
BASEBALL. Liverpool were well beaten in the match against Murraley, played on Sun day, April ll. Although Llveipool were beaten they were not disgraced and con sidering this was their first match it was really an excellent performance. A large crowd rolled up and the first few innings saw the visitors take to lead, with good batting, and execellent throwing. It was not till the fifth innings that Liverpool opened out, and although they were well behind, managed to make the ? scores level. The surprise of the match was N. Parkins who batted like a champ ion, and with a little practice will make a good player. Liverpool's condition was telling on them, and Murraley went fur ther ahead, and held a winning lead throughout the remaining innings. Liv erpool had with them K. Spencer, who a few years ago, was one of the greatest shortstops in the Southern Districts, but being out of practice never showed us his real form, but In a very short time he will be just as good as ever. S. Randall ...
Driving Under Influence FINED £10. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
Driving Under Influence FINED £10. .f At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, Thomas George Redshaw was charged with having driven a motor car while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, on April ll, on Liverpool-road, Liver pool. He pleaded guilty. Constable Nixon said he saw defend ant drive the car to Warwick Farm gates. He had only one headlight on. He smelt cf liquor and admitted having two drinks at The Crossroads. When he got out of the car he was under the influence of liquor. It was 7 p.m. and the traffic . -was heavy.. Defendant broke the line of * traffic 'to get to the gates. He had two passengers; who were also under the in fluence. Defendant had no previous convictions of any kind. He was fined £10.
U.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
U.AJ*. " ¡ Attention is drawn to an announce ment in another column of a reception to Mrs. P. S. B. Stevens (wife of the Premier) at the Town Hall, Liverpool, on Thursday, April 29, at 2.30 p.m. All supporters of the United Australia Party n Thursday, Apriletaoinunpupnup-nno are cordially invited to be present. There will be music and refreshments.
MAN PINNED UNDER TREE. Cuts His Way Out. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
MAN PINNED UNDER TRIBE. Cuts His Way Out. A resident of Short-street, Liverpool, went through a trying ordeal a few days ago. He was timber-getting, when a tree fell, pinning him to the ground by the leg, which was badly bruised. De scribing the accident, he said: ' I would have been there yet; but, fortunately. 1 had the axe in my hand and, although suffering great pain. I managed, after an hours effort, to cut the earth away and free the leg." ? 1 _ - -
MORE OR LESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
j MORE OR LESS. ' Aunt Marli;: Your fiance looks very young. Phyllis. Have you told him your rge ?' Phyllis: Well, partly. 'I don't know whether to buy a house or a car.' 'Buy a house, get a mortgage on it, and buv a car with the money-then jo j will have both.' 'So you .keep bens '-'Yes, two Iii ves.* -'Does it pay?'-'Rather; this summer my relatives have only been to see me twice.' SUPPORT "THE NEWS," AND YOU SUPPORT LIVERPOOL.
"Temporary Homes." WILSON REPLIES TO HOCKING. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
"Temporary Homes." The following letters are In reply to ene which recently appeared In The Biz": WILSON REPMES TO HOCKING. (To the Bditor) Slr,-In your Issue of April 1 appears a letter; under caption "Temporary Homes," signed by, Richard H. Hockfrlg, for the Moorebank Progress Association and himself i In that leuer tne wnier makes vee of ray name In connection with a question concerning my actions and ' activities, which he states he wou'd line Alderman Lewis to publicly, answer. During my 29 years' residence in this township ti on numerous ocasions, have como rn close contact with this type cf writer, and while I realise that this par ticular specie ls ouite harmless, the fact nevertheless remains Uiat Insinuations and inferences often create an atmo srhere cf suspicion nnd mistrust that is harmful to all concerned ¡ The attempt io bring a, third person's name into a newspaper controversy shows an utter regard to all elemente of fair play. Alto, a lack of backbone is obvious whe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
A AN EXT IVA. PAIR OF TY Rf S WiYH FULL PARTICULARS of THIS Free Tyre Offer can be had By calling on '> HI District Agents for BR1TISCO Cycles. HURRY!- HURRY! This Offer ceases at end of this month. AT PAINS I you may SPECL , M. P. S., CITY-PRIp^ CHEMIST. Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed' by Tooth and Co., Limited, Sydney* Australia, / and BOTTLED BY ^ CHARLIE FE ARN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool 11 1. CATTLE SAIE. During its two years of existence the Liverpool Cattle Bales has developed un til nov/, they are considered by all cattle sellers In tho State. The prices received on the Saturdays are higher than most sales. John V. Tully is the keen organ iser of these sales, and can bo relied on tor a fair treatment. - FOE AU - Southern District News BEAD " THE B I Z," One Penny. FROM ALL NBWSAOENTS. SPORTING. SOCIAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT* POLICE COURT. R. S. & S. I. L. A. Liverpool Sub-branch. The usual meeting of the above branca was hel...
SPORTING SPIRIT. Inculcated by Christianity. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
SPORTING SPIRIT. Inculcated by Christianity. The Bishop of Trangaxiylka (Dr. Chambers) in an address to the Aus tralian Missionary Conference, said that Christian teaching, had Inculcated a sporting spirit among young natives in his. diocese. "When heathen boys and:'girls come to our schools," be said, "there some times are fierce recriminations on the playing-fields when perhaps a. kick on the shins is received, or, some other ac cident occurs. But after the Christian spirit ls received there are no angry looks. The sporting spirit prevails. Falls and scratches are defeats and are taken all In good part. "Christianity, says the game's the thing; grin and bear any adversity, 'lue Christian message really is to live above circumstances and not to be held , In bondage to them." Dr. Chambers said that one of the greatest possessions pf the natives in his diocèse was a football. Dentist: Your bridge work is territfe. Victim: Yes; that's what my wife tells me. SUPPORT "THE NEWS," AND YOU...
AIR CONDITIONING IN NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
AIR CONDITIONING IN NATURE. One of Uie reasons why wc feel mis erable when we have a cold in the head is that our natural air conditioning ap uaratus is cut of commission. Evolution through countless generations has de veloped facilities in the nasal chamber for modifying or conditioning every breath of air. 1 The nasal chamber warms, moistens, and cleans the air we breathe. The brain is further protected from extreme cold by the sinuses or cavities wnicn separate lt from the cold air that strikes the face and is inhaled.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract, advertise ments should reach' this office early in the week, to allow- lime for careful handling and display. Casual advertisements will be received up to Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance of. the above will bc grealty appreciated. L r*MVÎ T E p, NEAR PICTURE THEATRE, -st Liverpool Opening Friday, April 16 (Cream Corn Flour .. ». >, 6¿d átt Kellogg's Wheat Biscuit* .. Gold Crown Sauce . . .j. ;.. (Îiîrgé'Botdes|»i Baked Beans ¿. Í Çoffee Essence, Ige. Pkt»., lO^d /Batho's Baking Powder- . . 4 oz. 6R 8 oz. UK 16 oz. l/8£. Boot' Polish .. for 5H AMAZING VXLVUES OFFERED IN GROUP f o^EIÍ REWARDS. ! 200.000 HOUSEWIVES *Ö^T BE WRONG!
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
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FOUR INQUIRIES. LIVERPOOL CORONER'S VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
FOUR INQUIRIES. ' LIVERPOOL CORONER'S VERDICT. The Liverpool District Coroner, Mr. Portman, held an inquiry on Saturday last into thc death of Arthur Henry Jackson, who died at Liverpool Hospital on March 31 last. A verdict of defcta from heart disease was recorded. Inquiring into the death of Ernest Alexander, who died as thc result of .In juries received in an accident on Hume Highway on March 29, the Coroner fpyna that the death was accidental and.no blame attached to the driver of the car. : Concerning the death of Albert Henry McGuire, 73, who died on March 10. at Mt. Pritchard, a verdict of death from senile decay was recorded. j Regarding the death, on March 24, of John Dietrich Kohlmann, at Hoxton Park, there were no suspicious circum stances, death being due to natural causes.