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Liverpool Golf Club STROKE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

Liverpool Golf Club STROKE HANDICAP. (By "Dormie.") Stroke handicap on April 17.-Very good cards were returned for this event. Three players shot a net 66. while Clarrie Hunt won with an 87-23-64. A reduc tion -of handicap will eventually follow. His brother, Holman Hunt, 80-14-66; P. Irvine, best eross, 75-9-66; Reg. Chitts, 84-18-66. This score indicates a return of form for our popular treasurer. The last time we played together he was sytn chronising badly and lifting divots like meat plates. H. Rae 92-25-67, T. Prince 77-10-67. S. Buckland 82-15-67. J. Shepherd 92-25-67, H. Henderson 90-22 G8. R. Williams 89-20-69, and E. Browne 76-7-69. After a tour of the mountain courses Ern'e is back with the club again as a predictor. I am tipping this player to be on the scratch mark before the enu cf the season. Leura, Blackheath ana Katoomba wer« toured in par figures. His style is orthodox, without home-made strokes. C. IRELAND SUNDAY MORNING TROPHY. W. Ireland and K. Anderson 6 up: T....

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

THEY SAY (By ''Ace.") Thal Bruce Kirkpat has nearly wrest ed the cake-eating "belt" irom "Short Odds," but "Short Odds" says that the new no-afternoon-tea rule has cramped his style and prevents him reaching top form. That Les Heape is putting In some secret practice with his service to elim inate foot-faulting, as he received quite a shock when "called" on several occa sions during his match last week. Frank Schell is coaching him in this depart ment. That Eric Penny, who had to dash home from work, change, and get bacK to the station to catch the early tram to Campbelltown, missed his dinner, and now thinks that- the "no afternoon tea" rule is just bonzer, as it prevents you getting sluggish after the tea. Oh-yeah! says Eric. That the Camden A team received a big surprise when they went down to Liverpool's No. 2 team in the match on Saturday last, and as a result Captain Archie Keys is highly elated and has put his team into strict training for the big matches ahead. Go to it Arch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

APRIL Specials, at Wr I NIXON'S BOY'S WOOLLEN SWEATERS, fin ished in contrasting shades, 22 to 26s, 4/11 each. MEN'S SWEATERS assorted styles, including pullovers, Cardigans, Lum ber Jackets and Jerkins, from 8/11 each. MEN'S WORKING BOOTS in Black or Tan, hard-wearing quality, 10/9 pair. » MEN'S SHOES, in Black or Tan Yar ling «Calf. Special, all sizes, l|/9 pair. I GIRLS' COLLEGE SHOES, in Hack or Tan Calf, and Black Patent lath er, sizes 10 to 1, 7/11 pair. \^ MENS CAMBRIC COAT SHIRTS, assorted designs, 3/11 each. MEN'S PELT SLIPPERS, with strong leather soles, 3/11 pair. KAYSER FULLY FASHIONED PURE SILK HOSE, all shades, 4/11 pair. LADIES' TOP COATS, New Season's styles, assorted shades, sizes SS.W., S.W. and W., 24/6 each. BLANKETS - AUSTRALIAN WOOL BLANKETS. White Double Bed, sire 29/11. 36/. 39/6. Pair: WHITE SINGLE BED 18 ll pair: GREY SINGLE BED, 16/11 and 18/11 pr. UNBLEACHED SHEETS, Guaranteed for hard wear-Double Bed size, 6,11 pair; Single Bcd Sise 4/11. WE GIVE GROUP T...

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HORSE FORM. FIRST ANZAC RACES. Half Funds go to Soldiers Leagues. A Fine Programme Provided. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

HORUM?'*' FORM FIRST ANZAC RACES. Half Funds go .io Soldier? League*. A Fine Programme Provided. (By TOM ELLIS). For the first time there will be a race meeting In Sydney on Anzac holiday next Monday. The actual ceremonies of remembrance will be held on Sunday, 25th. Monday is the holiday which goes with it, and in conducting a holiday lace meeting on t' at afternoon, with half the profits to the Soldiers' Leagues funds, the A.J.C. has done a thing which everybody will approve. They made the arrangements quietly and without fuss. That is characteristic of the Australian Jockey Cluîi, which gives t'-jousa-nds of pounds away every year to deserving charities, and little is heard of it. Anzac is a great spirit in ali Australasia, and everybody joins in the wish that both tho Sund:y and Monday, will be a great success. Tire Jockey Club liss arranged a splen did raoe meeting fer every type of race horse, and it has taken the unusual cow e of lis'.lng seven races. That caves thj necessity...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. A GR[?]ADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

_¡RN m,_ A8800WTION. SOUTHERN IPJSJJUCTS WINTER COMPETITION. A GBpADE. Ingleburn 1 v Uvefrpoo' 1.-Daley an Williamson v Keegerf and Cole 6/2; Mel calf and Mrs. Oralfam v Dunbar am Miss Robinson 1/6; /williamson and Mk Mahon v Cole and iMlss Banks 5/6; Vt Mcilveen and MetJal' v Dunbar an Beveridge 6/5; Mr* Graham and Mis Mahon v Misses aanks and Robinsor 2/6; W. Mcilveen 3nd Metcalf v Keegc ¡md Cole 5/6; W.TMcIlveen and Mis Mahon v Beveridge f""<i Miss Banks 4/6 Daley and Mrs. orlnam v Kerger am Miss Robinson 4/6; IRaley and William ¡on v Dunbar and &f'eridge 3/6. Woi by Liverpool, 7/49 to 1.<3CW JLIverpol 2 v Camden.?- ^\ and Kirk patrick v Sorby and H&. MfM/6; Mis Kitcher and Webb v MaSN^Hie anc Marsden 6/0; Mrs. Bever«Prls"KS Roma; ir Miss Punnell and Sml^"T"** rftjM and Lomax v Sorby andjP? thatTteesns; Miss Kitcher and Mrs. Bf?0- VÍ1 Keane and Miss Punnell fte results agc Kirkpatrick v Marsden ant yards, Mr» Miss Kitcher and Keys v tal vcr 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

MARSHALL; SHOES FOR MEN at BLAKE' REPAIR & FOOTWEAp^HOP; SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire itffuon), LIVERPOOL, For Men's Footwear and indies' and Men's Slippers and »Spode Shoes. UP-TO-DATE BOOT REPJJIF MEMBER BOOTMAKERS'1 CG PLANT FOR QUICK SERVICE >T REPAIRS. REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. MOTHER'S DAY! MOTHER'S DAY! MOTHER'S DAV COMES BUT ONCE A VEAR, AND IT IS THEN OUR PRIVILEGE TO GIVE HER SOMETHING IN RETURN BOB ALL SHE HAS DONE FOR US. TO MEET THIS NEED, DUCK WORTH'S HAVEJKÀDE A SPECIAL SELECTION OF GIFTS SUITABLE FOR HER., SIKH AS Woollen Jumpers and Bullovers, Handkerchiefs, specially &boxed. Wool to make a Jumper.'t WE HAVE THESE GIFTS, AND MANY, , ' ALL PU. betley China, quititcs, Perfumes, etc. Colored Glass, etc., etc. ORE, AT PRICES TO SUIT DUCKWORTH'S 'PHONE: Liv. 303. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. WE WILL DEMOI Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel Model is a uftflque departure from conve/fuonal design. The aerial is/H self-contained inbuilt unit^r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

rf Butterfly Theatre, liverpool SATURDAY. Matinee at Thursday 8 p.m. Night at 7.30 p.m .Mondays 7.45: Wed. 8 p.m. ¿UNG UV. B FOR RESERVATIONS._ SATURDAY, April 24, Matinee & Night S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - LIVERPOOL <Z7 w,lh SIMONE SIMON DON AMECHE PAUL LUKAS Bind on thtpUybr LtdiiUui Bui-FtWt« 's? "5.5. y "" iii PLUS-MUSICAL SHORT AND COLOR CARTOON. Monday, April 26 "SUZ Y,' (ONE NIGHT ONLY) Featuring -J^AN HARLOW and FRANCHOT TONE. And w.'iat a thrill Co- the'Paris-itos in her singing, dancing, r-mancing ! A'so "GUNS OF THE PECOS," sUninp th- f- inp nj Ccwbry, DICK FORAN, and ANNA NAGLE. Jeon's in Paris now ! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 ? 'CALIFORNIA MAIL,* 'WE WENT to COLLEGE,' and the Greatest Mystery Scr:a\ 'TAILSPIN TOMMY.' SATURDAY THURSDAY, APRII- 29 'THE LACKMAILER,' 'HOP ALONG CASSIDY in 'THREE ON A TRAIL,, SHORTS and NEWSREEL._ ~JWAY~L~" 'THE TEXAS RANGERS' and "SUICIDE CLUB." F QR SALE FOR SALE. A Pine SelaptÄn cf Except ional Quality Dairy a^ Ifcus^...

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LIVERPOOL RELIEF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

LIVERPOOL RELIEF WORK. The engineer recommended to Liver pool council on Tuesday* night the fol lowing works for the continuance of re lief work:-Ballasting streets, open chan nel in Graham-avenue, ' gravelling and drainage of oth?r less used roads. Thc Mayor said it was possible that the 10 per cent, bonus would probably dis continue at the end of this month, and he moved that the suggestion be consid ered by ihe finance committee and en gineer.-This was carried^

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

Liverpool Tennis Club* The fifth of the series of ladles' mid week tournaments, played on the club courts last week, had an entry of eight pairs and was played off in one division, che winners, MI the opening of the han dicaps, being Mrs. C. Heeger and Miss J. Thomas, who scored 50 games from the on 18 mark, .whilst Mrs. S. Brumby and Mrs. Woods were the runners-up with a score of 47 games from the on 12 mark. The saratch pair, Miss O. Kitcher and Mrs. W. Beveridge, put up the best per formance off the stick with a score of 43 games, but they lost their chance of winning the event by only breaking even at Jour dil in «heir sets against Mrs. ¡ Heeger and Miss Thomas, and Miss Brewer and Mrs. Thompson, two pairs who normally they, should have nb diffl 1 culty In defeating easily. Mrs. Keegei and Miss Thomas played remarkably consistent tennis during the afternoon and were only defeated in two out of the seven sets they played. No. S.D.T.A. competition matches were played on the home c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

MARSHAL!^ 3H0ES FOR MEN at BLAKE'S REPAIR 6* FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOTT STREET- (Opp. Fire Station). LSVffiTOOL, For RWs Footwear and Ladies' and MelisSlipper* i ^ Sport« Shoes. UP-TO° Sn^'Ji C REPAIRING PLANT FOR QUICK SERVICE *\. Y<*S I -* BOOT REPAIRS. MEMRECT^BWÏMAKERS' ' AND REPAIRERS'. ASSOCIATION. MOTHER'S DAY! MOTHER'S DAY ! MOTHER'S DAY CÓME3¿»UT ONCE A YEAR, AND IT IS THEN OUR PRIVILEGE TO GIVE HER SOMETHING IN RETURN FOR ALL SHE Hf&TlONE FOR US. TO MEET THIS SELECTION OF GIFTS DUCKWORTH'S HAVE MADE À SÇ BUTT ABLE FOR' HER. SUCH AS Woollen Jumpers and Vfúllovers. Handkerchiefs, specially*'boxed. Wool to make a Jumper. ? WE HAVE THESE GIFTfo. AND MANY MORE, ALL PURSES. Set« of Shelley Toilet Requisites, Ppffumes, etc. Books, Colored Gilba, etc., etc. TO SUIT '5 'PHONE: Liv. 303. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel Model is a unique departure from conventional desiri. The aerial is a self-contained inbuilt unit. Yo...

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GREEN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

GREEN VALLEY I A social evening was held In Green I Valley Progress Hall on Tuesday, April 20, and a good attendance was well re warded with a fine programme and sup per arranged, by . Mr. G. N. Sutton, of Liverpool. The artists who contributed to the programme were-.-Messrs. Wilson, brothers .(banjo-mandolin), T. Lennard (solo). Mesdames Gibbs and Doak (so los), Myrtie Sutton (pianoforte solo). Billy Barnett, Joyce Barnett and Trevoi Sutton (elocutionists). Mr. Clarrie Mar pies was very pleasing at the piano. During the evening competitions were run and won by the following:-Mrs. Doak, Miss Stiff, Messrs. Doak and Irv ing. The president, Mr. G. Stiff, in an able manner, thanked the artists for their assistance; also Mr. Sutton, who acted as M.C. and was the sponsor of the evening; and special mention was made of the very fine effort made by Mrs. G. Barnett in raising the sum of £1/8/3 to wards the plano fund. . The proceeds of th" evening were also in aid of the same fund. . . . ,<...

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FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

FISHING NOTES. It has come under the notice of the Liverpool Pishing- Club that certain peo ple in the Ingleburn-Leumeah district have been catching brown trout in George's River. The club wish to point out that, apart from the unsportsmanlike action of these offenders, the new Fisheries Act, now ba lng enforced by the State Fisheries De partment, takes a very serious view of this offence. The minimum length of brown trout under this Act is 12 inches. The "sportsmanship" side of the question is: The brown trout fry were placed in the river by the Liverpool Fishing emu some eight months ago, and if they are left alone for a few months more they will provide good sport for all, and there ?will be fish in the river that will oe ?worth catching. At present they are not big enough to eat. The police and State Fisheries inspectors have been notified of the above facts and will take action against any offenders caught. The wet week-end was a disappoint ment to many anglers; those who -went...

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THE VILLAGE SMITHY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

THE VILLAGE SMITHY. Mr. Leo., Ruffels, :who liss started af shoeing forge Iii Forbes-street, Liverpool, has been one of the most successful far- { riers in .Randwick. He has shod all the big Randwick and Inter-State horses, and was Phar Lap's last Australian farrier. Mr. Ruffles can give expert attention to all foot troubles in racehorses. .

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Liverpool Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

Liverpool Golf Club (By "Donmle") TUC rain kept,off long encugh to al low players to get the first round in of the Lovejoy Cup, which reads the best of 7 cards. Dick Buggy led the field with a nott 64, thereby annexing the Patron's trophy, his golf has been mediocre of late, when on his drive he gets a long raking ball and should reduce his handi cap this season with improvement on his short game, now he has tsruck form. | Jim Stewart, 76 off the stick, one stroke behind the winner. With an improve ment of 2 or 3 strokes on his game he will be a formidable contcdner for champ ionship honors. Jim has the right temp éraient for match play. W. Ireland was well uo with the winner, his 67-22-65 tied with second place. It is interesting I to hote Bill's form as business ties, , coupled 'with others, has prevented him j him from indulging in much golf pract [ ice. during the close season, he attacks the boll In a very earnest manner, swing ing the club in a big ark and gets his long-un. Hi...

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OBITUARY. MR. TOM WOODWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

OBITUARY. MR. TOM WOODWARD. t Af Uie advanced age of 82 years, one I of liverpool's best-known residents, Mr. Tbnl Woodward, died on Anzac Day, Apb 25. He is survived by a widow and I chlBren. namely: Mrs. H. Nicholls I (Nenie). Fred and Otto (Liverpool), ' Clam (Western Australia), Gordon (Bel more!; and two daughters predeceaseo hlm.li I DeoMsed, who lived nearly 60 years In ; LiverpooJ, came out with his wile from Yorkshire, (England) a fortnight after their marriage and settled at Liverpool. He was well known as a wool classer in New South Wales and Queensland. Dur ing his early days he carried on business "over the river" as a wool classer and afterwards where the present military | camp now stands. For 57 years deceas , cd lived in Hoxton Park-road and would have celebrated his diamond wedding In four weeks' time. The interment took place on Monday afternoon for the Presbyterian (new) cemetery, and was largely attended. Miss Geed» Sullivan. The sad death of Miss Geedra Sulli v...

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Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

Social Evening. The Liverpool parents and Citizens' Association held a social evening at the Scouts' Hall on Thursday, April 22. A very enjoyable evening -was indulged in with dancing and community singing, conducted by Mr. Potts. - Some very artistic tap dancing nnd .singing was displayed' by little Miss Mavis Bridges, and other itans were rendered by Nancy Hevnolds. Tom John rfctone and Lennie smith. . During the evening Mr. Tonkin, head master of the Liverpool Junior Technical School, addressed the gathering and ex plained the value Of the asforlatlon to their school. Mr. Potts (vice-president) also spoke on behalf of the association and thank ed Mr. Lionel Darcy for his services at the piano and all those who assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Arkell and Mrs. Heigh ington represented Ingleburn P. and C. Apologies were received from Rev. R. Harjey-Jones and Mr. H. L. Duckworth. The association's next meeting will be held at the school on Tucsdav. May 4, at 1.30 p.m. Roll up! i

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE; Mr. Jim Taylor, oË Norfolk-street, un derwent &amp;lt;ui operation! for appendicitis and ia progressing «SWsfactorUy. Jocky Harry batajr and Mrs. Baker arrived home from india a few days ago, and will occupy their .home at Liverpool until June, when Harry goes back to India to fulfil anotherlraclng engagment. I Mrs. Baker will again make the trip. Mrs. Georgi Baker is\a guest or her I brother and will return lo the country next week. J A nasty wound was inflicted In the left arm of Mr. Harry Sheen, of 17th I Avenue, Austral, last Sunday when he fell on a broken box. He was taken to 'hospital by Liverpool,Ambulance Miss Helen Swaned of Moorebank, is home from Hospital./ Mr. Jack Sherach, of Minto, ls a' patient in "Gloucester House," Prince Alfred Hospital. "

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MAN KILLED. Woman Seriously Injured. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

MAN KILLED. Woman Seriously Injured. » Harris J. Stevenson, 56. of Wallace - street, Burwood, was fatallv injured on .Thursday night last, when the car he was driving failed to negotiate a curve . In Bringelly-road, Leppington, overturn ed, and plunged down an embankment. His skull was fractured and lie receiv ed other Injuries. The Liverpool Am bulance took him to the Auburn District Hospital, where he died. Beryl Curry, 34, of Moore Park-road, Paddington, a passenger in the car. re ceived fractures of the skull, jaw and nose. She was admitted (o hospital In a serious condition. Liverpool people were shocked at the i news of Mr. Stevenson's death. He owns a properly, -at Preston's and was well known and popular in the district. - 1

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THE GARDEN ANTIRRHINUM (SNAPDRAGON) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

THE GARDEN (By G. Boston Lee, Landscape Archltex« Cabramatta-rcad, cabramatta. ANTIRRHINUM (SNAPDRAGON) It ls difficult to suggest any other annval, bi-annual or perennial possess ing so many good attributes or such a wide range of utility as th« antirrhinum and the many good qualities of this pant commend it to the home gardener. The plant ls thoroughly hard v. grows wdl On poor to medium quality soil, providing the ground ls well endowed with lime, is ru'tible for a dry situa tion and withstands droughty conditions fplendldly when thoroughly established. Terrains in bloom for a very lengthy p-riod, can he had in flower practically the wfco'e year by careful selection in ihp time cf erzwing the sp°d, is excellent both.for garden decoration and cut b'o^m, end is available tn a very wide range of shades, including pure white, ve'low, orange, scarlet, salmon, flame, flesh pink, shrimp pink, rcsy pink, car mina, deep ure, magenta, maroon, deep c imson, mauve, etc. The colors include a ...

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LIVERPOOL'S FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

LIVERPOOL'S FUTURE. Thr:e things of the utmost Impart ante to Liverpool form the chi tf tonics cf l:«al interest at present One is: The decision of the Government to provide . water supply for the outlying centres; another, tho proposed electrical exten sions by Liverpool, Cabramatta, Ingle burn, camden and possibly Campbell town Councils, into Nepean Shire areas which are in close proximity to Liver pool; and the third is, the advent of the !o-al newspaper, "The Liverpool News." into (he progressive sphere. Who could name three other factors more likely to send the district ahead rapidly ? Light and water l.i th.« rural cintres are certain to aid and encourage set tlers. The potentialities cf the district fl)-* already recognised, and once these only d torrents are eliminated, there should be an influx of fresh population, with new ideas, new capital and added purchasing power. Already more shopkeeperr. have com menced io use "The News" columns to bco t tine, town as a shopping cen...

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