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BASEBALL. SUCCESSFUL SPORTS CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

BASEBALL. SUCCESSFUL SPORTS CARNIVAL. Oil Sunday last a baseball carnival, promoted by the Liverpool Baseball Club, was held on the camp oval and proved a great success. Sports were held in the morning, and. although the num ber of entries could have be^n larger, each event was keenly contested, AS will be seen by the results, Liverpool was there to receive a good share of the lib eral prizes, tlie most outstanding local competltior being W. Keato, who sur prised most of the 200 persons present by his performances. The local field team, in whining the McSimmoDs Cup. gave a great exhibition of ball catching and throwing, and won with seconds to spare. Two baseball games were played dur ing the afternoon, the first between Canterbury and Liverpool, which the locals wen. and the second between two teams from the Cumberland Association. Three local boys. Tom Betts, Bill Keato and Ben Rees, playing in the winning team all played excellently. Keato per forming well enough to catch the eye...

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

AUSTRAL. I The Austral Progress Association have Inaugurated fortnightly euchre partids. The first was held on July 17, when the winners were Master H. J. Starr and Mrs. W. Rose. The winners for the second party on July 31 were Mrs. Reynolds and Mr. W. Stimson. On Monday, 2nd Inst., members paid a visit to Luddenham- Shire Council and matters ' of Interest to members were discussed, followed by refreshments. The members were pleased with their visit and hope to receive a return visit at a later date. A start has been made with the grav . elling of Third Avenue, and before long ! residents hope to have the pleasure of a good road. " Pipes for a water supply for the dis trict «re being laid, and before long ali fear cf drought should depart.

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MINTO NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

MINTO NEWS. Mr. Stenhouse, of East Minto, ls pleas ed to report that his four children, who have all had whooping cough, are now recovererd. Mr. J. P. Roach has been suffering with 'flu and neuritis. Jack and Elva Murray, son and daugh ter of Aid. C. C. Murray, Mayor of Ingle burn, are getting over their light attack of chicken pox. Madame Chalumeau is still away from her office duties at H. Pritchards, cab ramatta, and is unable to get rid of her j attack , of 'flu.

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Liverpool Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

Liverpool Golf Club (By "DORMES.' ) Diggers' Gift and Returned Soldiers' Cup. stroke handicap:-This fixture -was postponed from June 26 on account of inclement weather. The Diggers' Gift was won by Fred Irvine, wno returned a good card, read- ! lng 71 (8) 63: J. Stewart and R. Rowe : were runners up with 75 (ll) 64 and «2 (18) 64. The cup for visiting returned soldiers was carried off by Mr. A. Jarman, ol Carnarvan Golf Club, Auburn. A very good round gave him an 85 oS the stick, 85 (IB) 67. Last'year's winner, W. Mac donald, did 82 (10) 72; and K. Matthews 88 (25) 73. Other club members were T. Hamer 76 (ll) 65, Dr. .Lovejoy.83 (14) 69, R. Chltty 85 (18) 67, J. Jerrup 62 (13) 69, C. W. Clink 82 ill) 71, H. Hunt 75 (7) 68, J. Shepherd 91 (22) 69, Vf. Kershler 90 (14) 76, H. Jackson 80 (13) 67. A. Croll won the Diggers' Cup, and was also last year's runner-up. His was one of the best rounds played; after los ing his ball and being out of bounds, he still managed an 82 (20) 62. Dr. Lo...

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TREASURE HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

TREASURE HUNT. The Woodlands Riding dub will hold a > treasure hunt 'titi Saturday npxt for members only. Full particulars from Mrs. fi. Eua. , .._

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HORSE FORM. THE £3000 A YEAR MEN AMONG THE JOCKEYS OF SYDNEY'S RACECOURSES. Win or Lose, They are on an Assured and Rich Income from the Racing Game. Ted McMenamin's Rise from the Battens. (By TOM ELLIS.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

HORSE FORM. By TOM ELLIS. TIDE £3000 A YEAR MEN AMONG THE JOCKEYS OF SYDNEY'S RACECOURSES. Win or Lose, They are on an Assured and Rich Income from the Racing Game. Ted McMonamin'K Rise from the Sailens. (By TOM ELLIS.) Trainers all reckon that jockeys get more than their share out of the finances of the racing game. A glance through the winning lists for ihe racing season which closed on Saturday last certainly discloses that the leading jockeys enjoy a very rich income. Trainers get any-, thing frcni £3 to £4/1«/- per horse per week hi payment for training services. In addition seme get 10 per cent, of the stakes won. The weekly fee barely cov ers expenses, and there isn't much nj that unless they win races. But even tile 10 per cent, of winnings would not return more than £10 a week to the leading trainers for the horses of clients. So the necessity for luck in betting on theil- wluning charges is obvious. With out it, no trainer could make big money. On the other hand, the jocke...

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Liverpool Cutters. Health Department's Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

Liverpool Cutlers, j I Health Depwimcut's OoimmoiiU. I Hie Director-General ol Pulillc Health advised Liverpool Council 1 liait an in spection of the municipal area Miad been made on July 22. I An accumulation of sullage feater had been obsei-ved in guners of se/eral pub lic thoroughfares. This was) unsightly and a potential danger, and ihould viol be tolerated by council. / í Unless tile sewerage was contemplat ed at an early dale, council /should take action to prohibit the discl/arge of sul lage into the street gutters^ Council was asked foy'fnformaUon as lo when Uie siwerage./was expected to bc commenced. 1 The Mayor said ML deputation from council had intcrvjfflB the Minister re- ? garding works aila requested tlial tlie 10 per cent. i£l8Q) paid by council for re lief works for. a certain period be re funded.-This was agreed to. Regarding a grant for unfinished works (Casula Park, Bigge Park, .and drainage of Illawarra-road), the Minister agreed to find the necessary money-alto...

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SCHOOL SPORTS. LIVERPOOL JUNIOR TECH. SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

SCHOOL SPORTS. LIVERPOOL JUNIOR TECH. SCHOOL. I The annual sports in connection with i I he L.J.TS. were held fti Liverpool Show Ground on Wednesday, July 28. Keen ' rivalry was witnessed in the events, and j many good finishes were recorded. ! Refreshments were in charge of the < ladies of the P. and C. Association. the outstanding winners of the day were-E. Morgan, P. Scott, F. Irwin. R. Jones, A. Pender, L. Davis, K. Rutter and A. Glover. Results: Frimary section, age championships:-; 8 years, A. Owen 1, W. Reeves 2, C. Ham- i mond 3. 9 years, A. Ridding 1, M. Saun ders 2, B. Pender 3. 10 years. T. Barn ford 1, J. Fitzpatrick 2, L. Cowan 3. ll years, A. Pender 1, R. Scott 2, L. Smith 3. 12 years. 'F. Irwin 1, V. Chappell 2, IJ. Hill 3. 13 years, R. Jones I, B. Houl ton 2, B. Elliitt 3. Wheelbarrow race, J. McMahon and Ä. Jones 1, T. Bamford and L. Cowan 2, B. Shirlaw and W. Con ner 3. Three legged race, E. Everingham i and H. Easterbrook 1, B. Elliott and F. ' Irwin 2,...

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THE MAUCH TWINS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

THE MAÜcíf *TWINS "Which ls Which?" is the Question that first occurs to you when you meet the Mauch twius, Bobby ana Billy, who have the title roles in "The Prince and the Pauper," produced by Warner Bros. from Mark Twain's beloved novel. These two twelve-year-olds are as full of fun and mischief as most boys of their age, and they enjoy confusing folks. They have a few minor differences, of course. Bobby, for instance, is just a shade more serious-minded than his brother, and Billy has a tiny scar on his forehead. But their likes and dislikes, their talents and their ambitions are identical. And they're never apart if it's possible for, them to be together. Neither one of them ever makes use ol tile pronoun "I." It's always "we," even if you manage to corner one of them alone to ask him a few questions. They're about as active as two agile young mon keys, and it's no trouble to them to put in a day's work at the studio, interspers ed with lessons on thc set, then go out and have a...

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CYCLING. CABRA.-LIVERPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

CYCLING. CABRA.-LrVERPOOl-i CLUB, uabra-vaie and Liverpool held a 32 mlle road race, around the Work, Warel lan-Campbelltown, on Saturday last. Re sults:-Seniort: O. Eather, 1.3x 50 1st; A. Colleen, 1.34.10, 2-nd; H. Ryan, 1.30 51, 3rd; fastest time, H. Ryan. Juniors: L. Blacker, 1.31.4. 1st: B. Knight, 1.32.2, 2nd: J. Simpson, 1.30.53, 3rd; fastest time. J. Simpson. ROSSMORE CLUB. Thc above club held a 25-ni!le time trial a-nd sealed handicap. Results: Time Trial.-Ossie Ccwan, 5C.25, 1: Bill Moloney, 2; Alec Askew, 3. Sealed Handicap.-Bill Moloney, 2.50, 1; Alec Askew, 3.20. 2; Len Erc-.vn. 3.40, I 3.

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NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. LAST MONTH'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

I NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. I LAST MONTH'S MEETING. The presidente Cr, W. S. Mewitt) ana Cis. Blaikie, Scott, Edmondson, Baker and Watson attended the July meptivig or Nepean Shire. The works committee report recom mended, that the necessary action be taken tor delivery of shale to repair Cowpasture-road (1) at the nortnern «v.d, where previously studed, and (2> from the Hoxton Park-road to Mess: j. Hutton Bros.' gate; that a horse and dr? y bs engaged to fill pot-holes In Bcech-rcad; and also that similar ac tion be taken In respect of Gunter's AvL'.iue; that tenders tie called for sup ply and delivery of gravel for Queen street, Narellan; and that the engineer arrange with the Metropolitan W5. and D. Beard's engineer for the obtaining ot enough shale for Thirteenth Avenue. The report was adopted. The clerk's report regarding mainten ance and improvement programme, 1936 1937. for maM and secondary road, re commening that application be made lo the Department of Main Roads for pay me...

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NEXT YEAR'S SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

NEXT YEAR'S SHOWS. | (-.'.anv'"--T~«iiarv 2Rfh-30t,h Liverpool-Fpbruary 4th-5th. Cistle HUI-February llth-P*h. rnrvawatta-^-b-uarv TM-.h-'ith. Rive^store-February 25t'*?Sth. Forktown-Mprrti 4Hi-5th Newm (Penrith)-M"r»h mh-12'h. I,'idrt»nhar"-March '8'h-19th. I Northern suburbs-M^r-h 25th-26th. Royal-April 2nd-20th.

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S.D.A. TOURNAMENTS. RESULTS. SATURDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

I S.D.A. TOURNAMENTS. I RESULTS. SATURDAY, JULY 31. I Results of matches played on Satur day, July 31: Y-Hurry.-Rayner and Miss Thom- 1 sen defeated J. Garald and Miss Threl- I keld, 6/4, 4/6, 7/5.; J. Schell d. C. Scott, 0,4, 6/1. Rhine Erin.-W. Nicholls d. L. Att wood 6/4. 5/7, 7 5; R. Brown d. T. Hec kenberg 6/4, 6/4; M. Mayner and W. Nicholls v D. G. and E. L. Blinman 6/4 (unfinished). Liverpool Park.-E. L. Blinmen d. W. Pcr.v.cy G "4. 5 7, 6 1: V. Murphy d. E. Hilton 6/2, 6 1: R.¡ Jeffery v A. McNee 6/4. 4/6 (unfinished). Ing}?burn.-A. Pascoe d. G. James 4/6, 6/4. 6/4; Childs and Miss Blinman d. Morris avid and Miss Colver 12/14. 6/3. 7'5: Miss Brewer and Mrs. Thomp son d. Mrs. Forge and Mrs. Townsend 7/5, 7-'5. DRAW FOR SATURDAY. AUGUST 7 Liverpool <R. Jeffery in charge).-: p.m.. Wych and Mrs. Shortis v Childs and Mrs. Blinman; p.m., Wych v Luff. Y-Hurry (W. Nicholls).-2 p.m. (A). Nicholls and Rayner v Blinman and Blinman ito finish): 3 p.m.. Rose and Mahoney v Heck...

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First Day in Parliament. "WASTED." SAYS MR. MASON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

First Day in Parliament. "WASTED." SAYS MR. MASON. Mr. Mason. MX A.. speaking at a meet» lng at Killaia, said ui.it h-¡ impression of his first day as a memoir of Hie L'-^is lative Assembly was thai it was "simply a day wasted." Members returned to the Assembly fro:« the Upper House about 12.45. uiid. al though everyone knew that. Mr. Bale was .not geing to siana lor UK- ^p-eukership. and that it was a cut and dried thin? for Mr Weaver, the subject was debated until about 4 p.m.. he said. Tlion a mo tion was submitted expressing sympathy with the relatives of the late Sir Daniel Levy; there was nearly two hours' talk ca that, and the House then adjourned until next Tuesday. People could not expect business men to make sacrifices and enter Parliament when time was wasted like that It was a 'nice club: but if ordinary business were conducted on those lines people would b? in tue Bank ruptcy Court inside a week. It. was .wonderful evidence cf the wealth of mis country that it had been ...

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GREEN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

GREEN VALLEY The Oreen Valley Vigoro Club held al very successful dance and euchre party1 at the Progress 'Hall, oreen Valley, on Saturday last. The Moon Motivs' or chestra "supplied '.ne music. Prize-win ners were:-Euchre, Airs. Humphries and Mrs. Gibbs tied for first in ladles'; Mr. McDowell first and Mr. Goodsworth sec ond in gent.'s. The lucky door was won by Miss Jean Tyler, the mystery barn dance by Miss Rac Wales and Mr. Alec Winnall, Monte carlo by Mr. F. Welsh and partner, box of chocolates. by Mrs. Jarvis, of- Hoxton Park.

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 5 August 1937

* ÄÖOUT PEOPLE. .Shirley Deadman, five, of Goulburn- 1 street, Liverpool, is ill In thc Children1* Hospital, Camperdown. 4 » * * A Miss Fenton, of Glenfield, is a patient in St. Ive's Private Hospital, suffering from pneumonia. * * ? * Patricia Druitt, 14, of Boundary-road, Liverpool, is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn. » * * Mr. H. R. Ayres, who was indisposed for a few days, is, we are pleased to state, improving after careful home treatment. 1 » » * j Billy Curtis' friends are pleased that i he is progressing favorably after a severe bout of influenza. He now has Iiis eye on something new. * * * j Lewis Longton, cf Moorebank, has gone j to reside on the south coast. * . * Mr. Ray Wych has been laid un with the 'flu, but will soon be about again. Please do not look Jack Rix (Moore I bank) hi the eye.

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ANOTHER SOLOMON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

-.u. ANOTHER SOLOMON. TWO young scotsmen were at logger heads over the sharing out of the estate which had been left jointly to them in their father's will. As a last resort they I agreed to accept the decision of a very i old friend of. the family. j "Boys." said this wise old man. "An- i gus will divide up the estate exactly as | he thinks fit." At this Angus's face beamed, but that of Hamish grew visibly longer. "And then," continued the arbitrator, ' "Hamish will take whichever half he pre fers." _ !_i

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Unusual Laws for Motorists. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

i j Unusual Laws for Motorists. There are many unusual motoring laws in force in foreign countries. Here are some: When travelling in a car in Berlin it is a» offence to speak to thc man or woman at. the wheel. In Sweden smoking at thc wheel ls forbidden when passing through towns and cities. In Czechoslovakia drivers must not smoke at all when at the wheel. The person taking out the registration plates hi Belgium is responsible for any other person who may drive the car; no licences are issued. In Palestine it is an offence not to I carry a jack in the car.; and in Nigeria no packages are allowed to be carried on the hood of the car. USE OF HOOTER. Horns are extensively used in Jugo slavia for signalling one's Intentions three hoots mean turn left, two hoot« mean turn right, and one hoot tells other road users that you are going straight ahead. In Italy it is a firm rule never to issue driving licences to people who have been In gaol. '. Portugal has a rule for two-color headlights...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

«M _ Timber Jae supplied by =s Sst us, you will be sure of the best, an/f will show real -S EE savings. We supply Timbeiyin any^juantity for every EH [?] purpose. 5 ALEX GRINWN, Proßf S 1 LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS 1 gj Georg« St., LIVERPOOL. 'Phon« Uv. 234. P.O. Box No. .. ffliiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiH DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! Make sure your Boot Repairs are (.OOH REPAIRS, taking them to S. WHEATLEY, 18 ! Macquarie Street LIVERPOOL MEMBER OF N.S.W. MASTER. BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. TO RESIDE N/T S OF HOXTON à PRESTONS: ELECTRIC LIGHT IS COMING! SEE US foi* Quotes for Installation. N. W./PRATT, Licensed l/TElec trical Contractor, Macquarie Street- - - - LIVERPOOL EXPERT MOTOR TRIMMER AND UPHOLSTERER AT. YOUIÍ. SERVICE Harold /Williams, Hamilton Ro/d, FAIRFIELD. 'Phontf: Liv. 449. FOR QUOTE-VPRICES MODERATE. Hoods, Side and Holler Curtains a Specialty. T. P. FITZPATRICK THE MODEL Terminus and S Tel.: 38 Liv. AK ERY, Streets, LIVER...

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"THE NEWS" GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

"THE NEWS" GRGWING. All interested in the progress of Liverpool and district will be pleased to know that, since the recent change in "Tne Liverpool I News," the paper has made steady increase in circulation, and the area covered has been consider ably enlarged. There ,are now agents in all centres or this large and rapidly developing district, who (ind ready sale for the paper because of its improved news ser vice and larger size. Owing to added facilities, job printing can be handled more ex peditiously, and at prices that will be found satisfactory.

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