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LIVERPOOL A.H. & I. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
LIVERPOOL A.H. & I. SOCIETY. The annual meeting 0f the Liverpool and District A H. Âç L. Society was held in the School of Arts, Liverpool, on Wed nesday evening, July 28. Considerable discussion arose about various ' matters, and the meeting was adjourned till Wed nesday, August ll, when'a special meet ing will precede the adjourned meeting. I
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. A RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. A RESERVE. Ingleburn 2 v liverpool 3.-J. Wells and H. Connell v is. Clyde and T. buil pltt 5/6; Mrs. James tvid J. Wells v Miss Tnorne and H. Brooks 6/5; Mrs. Wocd and H. Percival v Mrs. Ayres und T. Bullpilt 4/6; J. Wells and R. Con nell v J. Shorclss and H. Brooks 6/2; Mrs. Wood and Mrs. James v Mrs. Ayres and Miss Thorne 4/6; B. Keato and H. t-erclval v B. Clyde and T. Bullpltt 1/6; Mts. Wood end B. Keato v Miss Thorne and J. Shouts 5/6; Mrs. James and R. Connell v Mrs. Ayres and B. Clyde 1/6; B. Keato and H. Percival v J. Shortls and H. Brooks 6/3. Won by liverpool 3, 6/40 to 3/38. (Played July 17.) Liverpool 3 v Cundaroo.-R. Clyde and T. Builipitt v P. Coles and R. Eger ton 6/5; Miss' Thome and H. Brooks v Miss Coles and J. Harrison 4/6; Mrs. Ayres and T. Bullpltt v Miss King and R. Eggleton 4/6; J. Shortls and H. Brooks v Harrison and Walker 2/6; Mrs. Ayres and Miss Thorne v Miss King ana Miss Coles 6/2; J. shortls avid H. Brooks v F. Coles and ...
WE ALL WANT IT! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
I WE ALL WANT IT! » is reported that one of the fas tidious married ladies of the district I kneads bread with her gloves on. This i incident may be somewhat peculiar, but j there are others. The editor of this paper needs bread with his pants on. ar.d unless some of our very much overdue j accounts are paid before long he -will I need bread without a damn thing on. i tod this' is no Garden of Eden m the ]
MONEY CHANGERS IN THE TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
MONEY CHANGERS IN THE TEMPLE, j ~ The Rev. C. G. Holland, Virar of Ewell, Ik writing in his parish magazine, protests against thc "commercialisation" of West minster Abbey durng the Coronation period. "I am rmazed'that no voice has been raised at what is perilously near to dese cration." he says. "Turnstiles and mon «\v tills have b-en erected iiiFide the Abbey. The clink of the pntrnnce mo-ncy nnd the excited chatter of the sightseers , has created th« atmosphere of a show . . place rather than that of a House fif I -Ged.".. - . - -
GOOD HEALTH RESOLUTIONS. FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
¡ GOOD HEALTH RESOLUTIONS. FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT. j Good advice (such as we publish from time to time frcm the Health Depart-1 I mont) is all very well ia its way, but it. '? is not of very much practical vaíue un- I j less it is put. into practice. As the result j I of last year's very successful Health Week campaign, we hope that many households are putting thc following re solutions into practice: That' from now on I am going to pay mere attention to my own and my fam ily's health-not bi a hysterical fashion that makes cracks and faddists of folk, but with seire and intelligence. - That I shall make use of the well known methods of active immunization and have tile children protected against Idiphtheria. That we must all have a henllh ex amination. If automobiles need aver hauling once In a while, il stands to reason that is a good idea for people too. That our teeth must bc locked over and that right soon. I can't afford a lot cf big dentist's bills, goodness knows. This is...
OBITUARY. Mr. William Buckley. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
j OBITUARY j j Mr. William ßucklry. Tilo death occurred on June 25, ai Liverpool Hospital, cf Mr. William Buck ley. 67. He is survived hy his wife, two sons (Thomas and Samuel), and two daughters. Mr. Buckley underwent an operation for intestinal obstruction. The funcial took place on Monday for the Church of England new cemectery, Liverpool. Mr. William Armstrong. The death of Mr. William Armstrong, aged 67, occurred last Saturday. The funeral took place on Monday, when I Rev. Uarley-Jones read the last sad ritrs al the graveside. Deceased was a brother of Mrs. Hex tall. ofjFlowerdale-slrcet. Liverpool. MB. CHAS. NEW. ? Mr. Charles New, who held the posi I lion cf secretary tc Camden A .H. and I. Society until March last, when he *t liquished the position for health reasons, passed away suddenly on Monday morn ing at the residence cf* Mr. R. D. Holds worth in MiUhell-strect, Camden, where he had teen staying: Deceased, who was 73 years of age. is survived by two, sons, Messrs. Stan...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
¡ HOCKEY.. Although the wind was keen t.:d some vain was talLing, it did not keep the hockey fans from attending thc last match in the rim lound, between Liver pool and Y.M.C.A. Liverpool bays ware light on their game from the jump, as they required to win this match to gel in the semi-finals. The team was the best fielded so far this season. The two full-backs. Randall and Stumer, were not allowing- any Y.M.C.A."men through, and their powerful drives were at all limes to advantage points. The halves. Taylor, Harman ar,d Atkins, all showed gicat form and fed the forward line con tinually willi nice short passes. The for wards (a great line now. and getting us2d to* ov.e'another's play, simply ran rings round their opponents, who could not do anything against the combina tion. C..-Thorne, as centre, scored eight goals fran neat passes from Keato and McCooey on the right wing, and E Thorn; and S. McVicker. The latte! scored four brilliant goals, and the other goal, making the total 13...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
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ORNAMENTAL TREES STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
j ORNAMENTAL TREES STOLEN. ' Aid. Fabris and the Mayor, at Tues day night's council meeting, stated that council was doing its best to bsautify the municipality; and some scoundrels had stolen about 60 trees planted by council near the old cemetery on thu Huml Highway. Council decided to refer the matter to the police. j
STABBING AFFRAY TROUBLE AT HAMMONDVID[?] DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
STABBING AFFimV TROUBLE AT HAMMONOVItHe DANCE. «; At Liverpool Police Couti un MdJRäay, Alfred Edward wat tined lu - for dlBjK enncsi, ar.d a prohibition ol der was Hade against him. For having usL'd inc«ent language at Hammondville on Jullffigs, he was tined 12. EJ Edwurds was also charged witlillhav i'ng assaulted and occasioned IHjtuai bodily harm to Tilomas Heniy Tlijfei, oí Moorebank, at Hammondville orfp July Constable Hoare said he was Jelled by 'phaie to tile dance hall at Hammond ville, There he saw men, y«mC',i and children outside the hall. .Ale saw dé tendant, drunk, in the drowd. Later, witness saw Thorn in .a imoior car rn front of the hall. His lpn trousers leg was pulled up to tile thigh, revealing a wound ] i menes lowg on tue front of the thigh. Witness to'Jk Edwards to the car and told him Thorn alleged he had stab bed him with a pocket knife. Witness bandaged the wound, and Thom was taken to hospital. A two-blade pocket knife .handed to witness was produced in co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
ITS TRUE! By Wtiej' Padan VOTEP AMERICA'S SMARTEST HAT WEARER 8» 900 RETAIL MERCHANTS » HIS FIRST PICTURE JUST TWENTY- FIVE VEARS AGO. WE OLD'ÇcXie PARISCOPE' PRODUCTION OF T-HE COURTSHIP Cf MILES STANDISH'....t^c-^mr c^J^UCREATZIEGFELD'..HIS NEWE5T« "IT'S TRUE! that William Powell ages forty years for his role as Ziegfeld in Metro Gold wyn. Mayer's The Great Ziegfeld'," says. Wiley Padan. "The iime ranges from the age of 25 in 1893 up to Ziegfeld's death " SPECIAL SOUVENIR BROCHURE: A 20-Pogs Souvenir (with 4 pogss in four colours) of "Trie Great Ziegfeld", giving all intimate Jetalls of the stors>ond . the: production, and with nearly 100 illustra Sohl, Jiñi\ be posted to tilly odJréW "you give if you! forward 7d. in stamps to the Editor, Lion's Roar, MGM, 20 Cholners ItrseV Sydney-' '. " :
TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
j TENDEOS. ' TENDERS are invited for the Coirtru-;- | tion oí about 21 Chains of Gravelled Roal cn the Hammcnd Pionjer Homes Es'.ate, at Hammondville. . I Plans and specifications can be exam ined at tlie office cf Glanville mi Hoie, ' eurvsyors, 74 Pitt-street Sydney, or Ham mond Pioneer Homes office, Hammond- | vü c. Tenders close August .14. 1937. i C. McLEAN, Manager, j
GRAVE DESECRATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
GRAVE DESECRATION. -- *] (To the Editor.) I I . Sir,-Re the references in 'The News" I to grave desecration: Some 13 years ago I a vault in the cemetery in question was I sufficiently open for examination from the surface, and these was no coffin vis ible at that time, so far as I can re member. In 1919 the late Mr. Fred Leathart. well known in liverpool, narrated a "joke-* that was penetrated at a vault in the old cemetery. A photograph was taken of a skull resting on the carving of the vault and a ccpy was subsequently shewn about the town. Whether or not the skull was that cf a corpse in that particular vault, or any other vault, my deponent-new some years gone to his own restmg-placc-saith not. Tile "jcke" was. evidently, regarded as too good to be spoiled by superfluous detail.-I am. i sir, eic.. jß. R. BANYER. I Bpnar'Beach, 22/7/37.
'Wet' v 'Dry' Dances. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
! /Wet' v 'Dry' Dances. . To the Editor.) Sir,-in a previous fetter to your pop ular papar I discussed the popularity of the cabaret, cr "wet" dance, s's com pared tp the "dry balls" cpnducted in Liverpool by the Orphanage, St. Luke's, and the Ambulance, and pointed put that the public nowadays was not sup porting these three balls as in tlje.post, due, in my opinion, lo the fact that" they were not run "wet" cabarpt style. I at tended the Ambulance ball this year, arid my contention in the previous latter, thai the attendances were falling off, was verified, as, although the ball was in eyeiy vray up to the high standard set by tile hard-working alic! energetic com mittee in tue past, the fact must'be re corded that there was a definite slump '.n tbs attendance, which was, as far as 1 could make out, around thï 300 maru -just two sittings to supper; and as the attendances in the past were usually bï tween 400 .-.nd 500, it shows a falling off of 150 .to 200 dancers. I understand a ...
The Eye Compared with Camera. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
The Eye Cpmpared with Camera. (By I. CRAWFORD, Optometrist and Optician, 23 Oeorge-st., Parramatta.) The camera ls focussed by moving the lens system backward or forward from the plate or film; but the human eye is focussed by a little set of muscles which change the shape uf the crystalline lem At the 'back of the eye is a sensitive screen celled the retina, corresponding to the kodak film or dry plate of the cam era. When you tum your eyes towards an object ihe little lens system throws a picture of the object upon th? little ' scree/i or retina, just as thc camera lens I system throws a picture on to the film pr »late, or as the motion picture ma I chine projects the picture on to the ' screen. Strange to say, this picture in I U}e back of the eye is inverted, or up ! side 4°wn; but as everything we see and I lp which we can compare it ls also iu I verted, we 40 not notice it and naturally it docs not bother us. Toe. retina pf the eye is cov°red with minute hairlike erojections c...
53rd ANNIVERSARY Salvation Army Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
53rd ANNIVERSARY Salvation Army Celebration. i The 53rd anniversary af the Salvation Army at Liverpool was celebrated by a tea at 6 p.m. on Saturday last, which was very largely attended. This was fol lowed by a delightful musical programme bv artists from Petersham and Hurst ville. Greetings were received from near and far. including a message from Comnils -.ioner and Mrs. McMillan, of London. (Mrs. McMillan left Liverpool ever 30 years ago to become an army officer, and wa6 now the wife cf the seconc la command cf the Internal icnai salvation Amiy.) Colonel Howard led the three ths>nks givlng services cn Sunday. At the after noon services he lectured on the Salva tion, Army pioneers of Australia. The tea was provided by the Home League.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
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Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
. Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. j Willi the exception of Aid. Lewis and \ Aid. Hunt, there was a full council at ! luesaay night's meeting. I In addition to items under separate I lieadings, the following matters were at tended to: Tile Department cf Main Roads, hi reny to council's letter, asked for im provements tc the Rutter of Macquarie ' street, lo preveni collection of waste i waters, etc. stabing Uiat disposal of , aian-age was a matter fpr council, ana j that we department was prepared to 1 take stfíps to protect tlie surface of tlie ' Butler.-council will take necessary ac 1 non. i Tlie Pcstniastei'-General replied to a J suggestion try the town clerk that a pub I lie telephone be established within the ; Town Hall, slating 'that the minimum j revenue of £21/10/- per annum would be . íequired, ai>d suggesting ordinary sub scribers' service, with proper lock and key.-Held over till next year. ^ Tlie Water and Sewerage Board ad vissd a pioposefi extension of 4...