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HORSE FORM. Don't Wasts Money Guessing E[?] Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
iH'bsrryö'iifo By TOM EU48. I Firm Fayorilff Tb»! »ave np Pbw*. IJjookieV Fa»APite$ »nd Stable lo'.entloilj T->nga was pitied against such a pifci field at Rosebery on Saturday Ulai fiji started al evens. He w-ai witli a li Wt lue)., and les« margin. Tb:s was H); first win for pine months, h: havHj suffered with weakness of the fciispenJß»;, ligament of the pif f.nieg. Aile;- »rui ning op gat-n-day, I was of thc opljjio/ that he was slightly sore on thY ;ea tvhicl- had Uoubj.?d Wm. Sunda ip pap ers, however, reported' him'lo Vie right, tyaybe lie is; but I know hort t#cu$£ some a weak ligament can m. Tonga's Rosebery wiu tfaafitf, bini right up in tile "Epsom ¿a ),¿fi i.i-fcj)sl;e;i on Monday, prior ipsth?t hu had b¿á-i j'.e of Hie 23 torses 4u>'¿.-i at Z>)rijf>. the big mile to pe run next Oeiobsr. TfV fad that six horses ¡ire ai vicing p;lce¡ between six and 16 to j!, «ni J &lt;¿fer&lt;&lt; were at 20's, shows wbájt lililí uhanc; you have ot sec...
FASHION HINTS. FROM SCREEN PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
FROM SCREEN I'KRSO.VAUTlKv Maul reen O'Sullivan is eren ting a se.i satlonl with her "autograph" scarf Fash ioned* of fine white silk, Maureen has all of har friends autograph its suriacc in pencil She tlien spends odd moments embroidering over these signatures and preserving them In vari-oi.lori'd silks. On fa new suit in the spring wardrobe of Lyvne Carver, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayci featur* player, official Coronation lions form tn\e buttons. The hons arc done in Í\ER LAST PICTURE. This photograph of Jean Harlow, who died in Hollywood recently, ai Hie age cf 26, shows her as she appears in her last M-G-M picture, "Thc Man in Possession," which will bc released throughout Australasia soon. In this film the comedienne will be seen co-starred with Robert Taylcr. ." I geld with jewelled eyes. A matching ! ornament is worn thrust through the ' ribbon band of her sports felt hat. Joan Crawford, M-G-M- star, has adopted heavy, cork-soled, sandals for sports wear. The models are clever, and ! o...
Liverpool Tennis Club. DRAW AND TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
Liverpool Tennis Club. DRAW AND TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. I Following is the draw and teams for competition matches cn Saturaay next, july 31: &lt;jxfCid v A Res. 1 (ladies. Miss V. Thaine and Mrs. J. Shoicis/. A Res. 2 - v Ingleburn tiadies, MIS. S. Brumby and Mis. B. Robeitt). B team v Oienneld mo alteration). Toe tirsc matches In U12 A grade play off for ute Camaen Cup and trophies will be played at Camden next Saturday, u:.d the rinal on the following saturday I August 7). lue fcui placed teams in the SB.T.A competition just finalised were as fol lows:-1st, Liveipool 1; 2nd, Camden; 3rd. Liveipool 2; 4th, picton. The draw for the matches at Camden next Saturday is as follows:-Liverpool 1 v Liverpool 2 (official umpire, H. J. Daley) ; Camd--^ v Picton (official um pne, ii. R. Ayres). Fellowing a*e uie members of the two Liverpool teams fer these matches: Wo. 1, C. G. Heeger (captain), R. Cole, R. Dunbar,- W. Beverioge, Miss N. Rob inson, and Miss I. Banks. No. 2, A. Keys (capta...
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
^ ABOyil^n^PLE. Sst. Kennedy was the' prqsecutor nt Liverpool c^utv on Monday. * » . * Mr. Frank Armstrong, of WlUon-st., Liverpool, ls Ul m Liverpool Hospital. . * . . Mr, j, McVick'er, of Charles-street, Liverpool, popular lodge secretary, un uerwcnt an operation in Liverpool Hos pital last week and is doing well. « * * Mr. Selway, of Illawarra-road, Moore bank, wno for some years had lost inc use of his legs, has had special treatment in the city, and is now able to walk about. He hopes now to regarn-cam plele use of his legs'. * » * ? I Mir. Tom Ganes, a well-known Liver pool identity, is a patient in tne local hospital. * . * Mr. Arthur Wilson, of Epsom-road, Moorebank, who was knocked down by a car on Sunday week, has recovered from his injuries. « . * Mrs. McAlister, of the Riflerang?, put up a good performance cn the Liverpool golf course on Sunday, defeating her ] partner by a comfortable margin. I * » * I Mr. William Farrar, a well-known Campbelltown resident, passed away ...
Charges of Stealing [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937
Charges of Stealing At Liverpool Police Court on Monday last. William Barnett was charged with 1 having stolen, on July 23. at Liverpool. I a black dress, the property oí Vivian Devlin, valued at 27/6. Defendant was drunk at the time. Constable Cantwell said. Dclendant said he was a returned sol dier. He had been shot through the lung and was a cripple. He found out he had developed T.B. and got drunR. Drink seemed to be a disease with lum he said. Defendant's list showed 18 cases of stealing. He was sentenced to two months' goal John E. Piggott was charged with hav- ing stolen, at Liverpool, on March 8, a quantity of clothing valued at £10, the property of Geo. Allen, of the Men's Home, Liverpool. Defendant was sentenced to two years' hard labor.
ASSISTANCE TO AGRICULTURE. A NEW METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
ASSISTANCE TO AGRICULTURE. A NEW METHOD. Governments have for so many years been devising schemes for assisting pri mary producers that agricultural protec tion has virtually become an integral part of any Budget. In Australia they have made use of heme consumption prices, bounties, subsidies and other schemes. In America they resorted to more fantastic and picturesque schemes-ene of the im aginative was the subsidising of produc ers for '"not" raising hogs. In the main, however, all tiles'!. schemes have aimed at restricting output ; and raising prices. That this attitude J completely ignored the interests of the consumers, is pointed out hi thc latest j circular of the Bank of New South Wales. Although primary producers cannot bs. expected to do without assistance at cer- I tain critical periods, tile Interests of pro ducers and consumers are by no means different. They can be reconciled in an enlight ened -nutrition policy, which will enlarge the market for primary' products, rev...
MARRIAGE COMPULSION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
- I MARRIAGE COMPULSION. Greece has followed italy and Ger many In adding economic compulsions lo the drlv73 for an increased birthrate by "encouraging" marriage. Under the new regulations public positions will be forbidden to bachelors more than 25 years of age. In addition, bachelors will have to pay double taxes and will b: unable to' bequeath their property to relatives.
WEDDING. TAPLIN—DUNBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
WEDDING. TAPLIN-DUNBAR. | On Saturday, July 17, a quiet wedding was celebrated at St. Paul's Church of England, , Cobbitty, when Sarah May, third daughter of Mr. J. Dunbar avid the late Mrs. Dunbar, of "Rostrevor," Nar ellan, was married to Allen Eric Taplin, ' second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Taplin, cf Barsden-street, Camden. Rev. J. F. Rofe, of Campbelltown, officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a navy costume and acces sories, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and autumn leaves. Miss Annie Dunbar (sister cf the bride) and Miss Gladys Taplin (sister of the bridegroom) attended as bridesmaids. They wore frocks of pink matalasse. with brown accessories, and carried bouquets of pink sweet peas and wnite stocks. Mr. Ern. Tomkins acted as best man, and Mr. Arthur Dunbar as groomsman. While the register was being signed, Mrs. Wilmington rendered "My Prayer.' Mr. N. Hore presided at the organ. The reception was held at the home of the bride's father. The b...
Grave Desecration. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
(To the editor.) i Sir,-In your issue dated July 2% I noticed a letter from Mr. B B. Baiwer re "Crave Desecration," and also «Se "Labor Daily," out to secure saisatiaMai copy, recently published an account BM same, accompanied witn a photograBi. The photograph refers to a grave in lffi>. erpool R.e. cemetery cf the name Kif Reilly. JF Some years ago I copied all i"EJBp tions off the stones and vaults in ajBthe burial ^places in Liverpool, cn behaJÄ0f a Sydney society, and I came acljPs Ute very grave in question. I wrJK ana drew the attention of thc pricsURn charge to the state of this grave, JBut got no reply. I also made inquirtfg, from sev-, eral R.e. friends in Syüjßf, as to why | the bodies had been renfoved. ; There has been nc desecration. The I vault was built, bu\ after the coffins i were deposited it was decided by the re-, lations to remove Shem to some other burial ground; and as the iran plate on top was too heavy ito remove they dug down the side, removed some brick...
Liverpool and Granville Shows. SPECIAL PRIZES BY ILLAWARRA SHORTHORN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
Liverpool and Granville Shows, j ! SPECIAL PRIZES BY ILLAWARRA SHORTHORN SOCIETY. i Thc chairman, Mr. A. Hollins, at a recent meeting of the Sydney and Ad jacent Districts Sub-Branch of the Aus tialian Illawarra Shorthorn Society, said that Messrs. Haddin and Phillips, of Clarendon, had won the trcphy present ed by the Illawarra and Southern N.S.W. Branch, for the most successful e Molt er in the A.IB. section at the 1937 Blacktown, Brookvale, Camden, Camp belltown. Castle Hill, Granville, Hawkes bury, Liverpool, Parramatta, Penrith and St. Ives shows. These breeders are com paratively new-comers to the show ring consequently their success is all the more ( merited. The donors have again renewed their I prize, provided that the foregoing agrí- I cultural societies iurJ ude tile fellowing I classes in their schedules: Bull, any age; | cow, 3 ¡K'ars or over, in milk; cow, 3 years or over, dry: heifer, 12 months and | under 2 years; heifer, unde 12 months; i champion A.I.S. bull; champ...
TOTTEY'S TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
TOTTEVS TRIP. Fred Tcttey, the Eastern Suburbs Rugby League winger, who failed to pass the medical examination for the Kan garoos, left for Auckland by the Aorangi this afternoon, having accepted the in vitation of the managers and members of the team to accompany them on the tour of England and France. He has i not yet received r/ermission of the Board cf Control to make thet rip.
Good Eyes and Good Health. NATURAL RAYS OF LIGHT, ALSO HARMFUL AND INVISIBLE RAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
Good Eyes and Good Health, j INATURAL RAV6 OF LIGHT, ALSO I HARMFUL AND INVISIBLE RAYS. (By I. 'CRAWFORD, Optmetrist and Optician, 23 George-st., Parramatta.) Light vi-aves or vibrations differ In size and In the freouencv with which they follow each other. Each wave of differ ent size or frequeucy gives us a sensa tion, cf a different color. The short, high frequency waves give us the sensation we call violet, slightly longer, and of lower frequency than these, are waves which give us the sensation we call blue. Still longer and slower waves give us the sensation of green, then orange, and finally thc longest and slowest of the "vi?ible" ' waves give us the sensation we call red. Nene of the waves or rays of light mentioned so far are harmful to the eyes, but there are other "Invisible" rays present in al! light, and under certain conditions these are distinctly harmful. These are shorter waves than violet, call ed chemical "ultra violet" rays. These are invisible; that is, they do...
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
SOCIAL EVENING. : - " ' ~ i The Convent School Hall presented a | very gay scene on Wednesday night of last week when, a social was held in aid of the Convent. The organisers were Mesdames Threlkeld, Bratchell, Mun day, Wych, Murray, and J. Fitzpatrick. Dancing, and games were indulged in. Prize-winners were: Monte Carlo, Mr. and Mrs. M. Brewer; groceries, Mr. N. Reid; euchre, Mrs. Smith and Mr. Mil ler. Music was supplied by D'Arcejr,6 orchestra. The ladies excelled them selves with the serving of a very dainty , supper.
HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. I A ladies doubles tournament was held on the Happiness Club courts last Thurs day. 12 couples competing. The winners were Mrs. Dunbar and Mrs. E, Hilton (tied), with Mrs. Robinson one point behind. A gent.'s doubles tournament was held cn Sunday, August 1, and was -won by Mr. R. Howlett, with Mr. R. Smith, of Redfern, second.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
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NOVEL COUPON SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
NOVEL COUPON SCHEME. | A Liverpool "wisecrack" suggests that I the "pubs" should give coupons. This, I he reasons, would mean less money spent j on beer; and, what is more important still, wives would be less averse to their hubbies having one or more, the wives obtaining coupons, which would be ne gotiable for goods at the coupon shop.
MR. MENZIES AND ECONOMIC FINANCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937
MR. MENZIES AND ECONOMIC FINANCE. _ i I (To tile Editor.) Sir,-We agaui witness the incongruity of representative heads of our governing bodies, meeting as a "Loan Council" mark the name I We see our Federal Attorney General, Mr. Menzies, in the place of Treasurer Casey, championing tne hidden dictates of the money monopoly and energetic ally manipulating the system which sad dles our governments and peoples with debt credit money, yet keeping it per petually in short supply. The whole infernal system reeks with ( debt, debt and more debt, taxation, stagnation, starvation. Mr. Menzies evidently is one of a band of political dictators who serve, either consciously or in Ignorance, the prevail ing money system. This system has-thieved the nation's i credit and callously treats the tree I financial and economic welfare of Aus tralia and its people with contempt and defiance. These servile politicians have not the courage and initiative to shoulder full national responsibility, throw of...