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EPSOM-ROAD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

EPSOM-ROAD WORK. A large number of men commenced work on Epsom-road, ' Moorebank, aa Wednesday, under the. council's loan scheme. Men are also engaged on the drain in George-street.

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QUERY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

QUERY. Who was the young lady of Chipping. Norton who, on Wednesday morning, g.it her slacks caught in a barbed-wire fence ? Someone hopes it wasn't Dorrie.

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For All Saints' Ball SUCCESSFUL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

I For All Saints'. Ball SUCCESSFUL PARTY. I Over 90 guests thoroughly enjoyed the social evening at tile home of Mrs. L. Marsden, cf Hume Highway. Tile func tion, which realised £10, was in aid of AH Saint's Church ball, to be held snortly. Organised by Misses M. Mars den and Molly Wych, the evening went off too quickly with dancing, games and cards. Mr. Terry Ftizpatrick acted as M.C., and the winners of the competitions were:-Euchre, Mrs. Hull and Mr. Jim Fitzpatrick; bridge, Mrs. J; Mahoney and Father Deely; bottle of cough medicine, Mr. T. P. Fitzpatrick; guessing compe tition, Miss Creagh and Mr. Terry Fitz patrick; spot waltz, Miss Linton and Mr. Gus Wych. The ladles served a very delectable supper. Among those present were visitors from Ashfield, Burwood, and other cen tres. * A HAPPY FUNCTION. To swell the funds cf the All Saints' ball, a pleasant evening, organised Dy Mrs. Ward and Miss M. Jones, was held in the School of Arte last Monday night. In a very fine baritone, Mr....

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LAST RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

LAST RESORT. | A ¡ny with a very large rnöijth was wanting to buy a mouth organ . Critically he tried every harmonica in t*fe shop, but could not find one to suit him. Finally, the.-assistant, led him to a grand piano. ?Her?.' he' suggestei 'try runalag *four nscuUi ovsr thîse keys !'

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"THE NEWS" GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

"THE NEWS" GROWING. All interested in the progres»' of Liverpool and district will be i pleased to know that, since thc ¡ recent change in "The Liverpool ¡ News," the paper has made steady j increase in circulation, and the1 area covered has been consider-1 ably enlarged. There are now I agents in all centres or this large ¡ and rapidly developing district, j who find ready sale for the paper 1 because of its improved news ser- ! vice and larger size. j Owing to added facilities, job 'printing can be handled,more ex peditiously, and at prices that will be found satisfactory.

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RADIO DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

RADIO DISCOVEKY. r The cause cf "fading" in short-wave 1 wireless communication ha« been dis-, covered by scientists, working in col laboration with the Solar Observatory at Canberra. ! > The cause was sudden bursts of radia tion from masses of hydrogen in the sun's atmosphere.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES, j "Love" was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. j The Golden Text was: "Be perfect, be of good comfort, be of one mind, live In peace; and the God of love and peace shall be with you." ll Cor. 13.11. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-sermon was the follow ing: "God is leve; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him." I John 4:16. The following passage from the Christ ian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "The everlasting I am is not bounded nor compressed within the 'narrow limits of physical humanity, nor can He be un derstood aright through mortal concepts. The precise form of God must be of small Importance in comparison with the sub lime question 'What is infinite Mind cr divine Love.'". P. 256. j

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YOU'VE NOTICED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

I ' j YOU'VE NOTICED IT. j 'Musicians are not gooa Business men BS a rule,' says a judge. It's a well-known fact that trombone players are ap to let things slide.

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. HOURS: Monday to Thursday Library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Billiards and Card Room: Monday to Friday, 2 to 6, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex change on books, 3d.

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS COMPETITION. A RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS COMPETITION. 1 A RESERVE. - Liverpool 1 v Liverpool 2.-Heeger and Cole v Keys and Morrow 6/5; Dunbar and Miss Robinson v Lomax and Mrs. Beveridge 6/4; Beveridge and Moss Banks v Webb and Miss Hitcher 6/4; Heeger and Cole v Lomax and Webb 6/0; Miss Banks and Miss Robinson v Mrs. Beveridge and Miss Kitctrer 6/4; Dun bar and Beveridge v Keys and Morrow 4/6; Cole and Miss Banks v Keys'and Miss Kitcher 6/0; Heeger and Miss Rob inson v Morrow and Mrs. Beveridge 6/3; Dunbar and Beveridge v Webb and Lo max 2/4. Won by Liverpool 1, 7/48 to 1/30. Glenfield v Gundaroos. - Coles and Bums v Harrison and Walker 2/6; Miss Blinman and Childs v Miss King and Egelton 5/6; Mrs. Terns and Burns v Miss Coles cud Harrison 2/6; Childs and Blinman v Coles and Egelton 6/4; Mrs. Toms and Miss Blinman v Miss King and Miss Coles 4 6; Burns and Coles v Coles and Egelton 4/6; Miss, Blinman and Blinman v Miss coles and Walkei 4/6: Mrs. Terns and Coles v Miss King and Coles 3 6; Blinman and Chil...

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Finds Fault with Cars "No Proper View," Says Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

Finds Fault with Cars I "No Proper View," Says Judge. I Modeiii motor cars were criticised in ! the County Court. Melbourne, by Judge Wasley during the hearing of a claim by Shirley Ellen Knight, ti. cf Greens [ bcrough, against Joseph Ambrose Dillon, j Co:per. coursing official, of North Fitz- j roy. The child. who sued through her l aunt, was injured by a motor car drive.: j ' by Cooper. C-oper admitted that he had lost the ' sight cf one eye. He had driven cars for 27 years without it. he said, and had never been in an accident before. Medical evidence was given that a man with one eye had four-fifths of the vision of a man with two eyes. "The trouble with these modern cars ! is that they do net allow a prcper view," ! paid Judge Wasley. "They are built so that you cannot see over the mudguards. I and they even have an apparatus on tne ' mudguards to stop drivers from crash I r% into the kerb. The result in this . case probably was that Cooper did not spe the child." Juc"ge Wasle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

F13R sïOIE ^ OBTAIN Special eVvlû/and sound Ad vice on all prope.tyvnfttters, stock Sales and Ocncraj AuctioaUnformation, con sult John V. Tully? ÍSR.E.I. by exam, Ballway Station, Jflver#>ol. PICNIC GROUNtat sAe, 6i acres, Humt Highway, coiner pontion, 30 miles iron. Syauey, £160. E./J\CowIey, Agent, 2¡. Scott-street, UvcypoolX'Phone, Liverpoo. 50. FOR SALE, Brow\ifussex Trio, goof utility str., 21/- theXpt; inspection in vited. A. çatlih, Mooraback._ SUITABLE FORA HORSE TRAINER 1 minute Rosenill Jteceoourse, D.F.W.B Residence, 2 bedrtomaf dining room, breakfast roam, kltoh/n and laundry, lath and plaster flnislK large return ver andah, electric liglrt^as and sewer con nected, land 50 x 19/ Totoens Title Lane at rear, £750. E. J.A3owley\Estate Agent, 25 Scott-street, i/verpool. 'Phone Liv 56.___ MINORCA Setting Eggs, 9 Chicks guaranteed. 5/-, A./Ca<Jin, Moorebank. FOR SALE, Land, 2Ynirt. Liv. P.O., suit able Shops. Sampscai Estate Agents. Liverpool; 'Phone, Li/. 18G._...

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BANK OF NISIWALES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

BANK OF N.S.WALES. ' Trie ÜverpcbVWnch ot the Bank of i Nfi.W. will open Its new premises in | Liverpool, ou August 1

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AMALGAMATION OF COUNCILS Suggestion from Ingleburn. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

AMALGAMATION OF COUNCILS Suggestion from Ingleburn. j Ingleburn Council wrote to Nepean < shire suggesting that a conference b° j held on the 19th Inst., at 2 p.m.. at the Council Chambers. Bringelly, to con sider a proposal to unite thc areas of | the municipality of Ingleburn and the | 1 shire of Nepean. The matter was dis cussed at some length, and extracts and comments cn the appropriate provisions of the Local Government Act were read. Resolved, cn the motion of Crs. Scott j and Batter, that the Ingleburn council ] be advised that the wesent time ls con- : stdered inopportune for the consideration ! of such a big ouestlon. as the nreswit i councils will hold office for only five ; months prior to the triennial elections. : but thflt lt be suggested to the Ingleburn Council that -negotiations fer amalgama- I tion be entered Into when the new coun- ? ells are elected. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SUPPERS; AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE' REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Statii BETTER BOOT We Give You the Quality as wei HOP, LIVERPOOL, IRS: in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel Model is a unique departure from conventional design. The aerial is/ a self-contained inbuilt unit, /iou simply plug in tune ip-listen in. DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. MASURE/ER, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. WE WILL P. E. Le GET YOUR QUOTE FOR/REPAIRS AT M O O REBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. \y THONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WY CH, Proprietors, P. E. BAKER W I L LI A AND PAS HONE: Liverpool 309. ECIALITY. PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. BROWN BREAD ÍÁ THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED MADE UNDER HYGIENIC CONDITIONS SON, R Y C O O K, For High-class FRE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

fREITAS & pom, ERV SPECIALISTS, »orrs & ciTfVß TREW. ed to make </c astounding at iud. eacn, ' special quotc-b fAIRFIELD nts Park.) HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND &[ ESTATE AGENT, SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool/284. AUCTION SALES OF POULTRY, PRO DUCE, STOCK, etc.i EVtíRY WEDNES DAY at 1 p.m. shaft).y VEGETABLE AUPTION EVERY SATURDAY at ll a.m. OUTDOOR^ SALES CONDUCTED. Agent írir¿ Alliance .Assurance. _._£_ L. G. SCOTT, B.A., LLB., SOLICITOR AND CONVEYANCER. MOXHAM CHAMBERS^,147A/CHURCH STREET, y PARRAMATTA. 1 'PHONE UW672Z, FIBROUS PLASTER PARK ROAD, CABRAMATTA. G. V. SEAGRAVE, Propr.ctjr. THE LATEST' IN CEILINGS-Large Range of Modern Designs. Ceilings Fixed bf ComAetcni Tradesmen. Recent Liverpool! Joísyííew Liverpool Hotel, Huiit's Servite station, new Bank of N.S.W.. Additions to Town Hall, and many others throuhgout Hie district. EDGLEY, ISON & WILLIAMS, SOLICITORS, Wheatley^ Bu Wngk, The Crescent, FAIR...

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NEW USE FOR TOMATO PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

NEW USE FOR TOMATO PLANTS. Tomato plants are extremely sensitive to the presence of poisonous ga'es In the atmosphere, their leaves drooping when even minute amounts are present. As they are from 60 to 100 times as ses sitive as canaries, tomato plant; are finding use In British coal mines for de-. tccting noxious gases. I

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CASULA MEN IN SMASH. Car Strikes Safety Fence. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

_ CASULA MEN IN SMASH. I Car Strikes Safety Fence. Three men were injured on Saturday night on Campbelltown-road, Campbell- ' town, when a car lelt thc road and crashed into a safety fence. They were W. Pullager. 49, (George Perrott, 49, and G. F. Davies, 47, all of Casula. Fullager suffered fractured ribs, and the others abrasions and shock. They were taken to Liverpool Hospital by Liv erpool Ambulance. The car knocked down three post«, j but the fence just saved the car from falling down a 20-foot embankment.

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OBITUARY. Mr. G. Dick. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

j OBITUARY. Mr. G. Dick. An old resident of East Hoxton, Mr. George Dick, aged 65, passed away last Wednesday. His wife, son and daugh ter survive. Miss Bella Dick resides in the district, whilst the son lives in thc country. The funeral took place last Friday. when the remains were laid to rest in the Presbyterian cemetery. Liverpool. I Rev. E. C. Wearne officiating. I Mr, A. Games. ! Another link with the old pioneering I days of the district passed away last Saturday with the death of Mr. Allen Games, aged 84, cf Liverpool. The funeral left on Monday for the Church of England cemetery. Liverpool, Rev. Harley-Jones officiating at the graveside.

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INGLEBURN. BAPTIST CHURCH SOCIAL EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

INGLEBURN. BAPTIST CHURCH SOCIAL EVENING A social evening was held on Satur day night, July 30, in aid of the organ fund. The church was well filled and all enjoyed the good programme. Mrs, S. Gee, cf Cabramatta, was the speaker J for the evening, her' lesson being a song of praise-"The good that may be de rived from a message In song." With I the song of praise in our hearts must could be done for the Lord, the speaker said. Mrs. Griffiths, from Bondi, gave her testimony and asked all to have faith in God. An instrumental and vocal programme was rendered by Mrs. B. Harris, Mr. Max Helsen, Miss Joan Webster, and the Hodkin family. A very successful evening closed with refreshments. PERSONAL,. We are sorry to report that Mr. G. Hopping, of Wattle Dell, is very ill.

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