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INJURED—NOT KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
INJURED-NOT KILLED. Inadvertently the heading, "Cyclist Killed," above a paragraph in our last issue gave the impression that Archie Davis, of Liverpool, whose cycle collidea with a verandah post, had received fatai injuries. The heading Intended was "Cyclist Injured." We aie pleased to say that Archie ls öoing very well.
STREET BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
STREET BETTING. Before Mr. Bliss. P.M. at liverpool Court on Monday, Phillip J. McDer- | mott, Robert J. Lovell. Alfred T. Fowke, and Arthur Chapman were charged with street betting. McDermott was fined £20 and Chap man £20. They were seen taking bets near Moore-street, Liverpool, on July 31. Lovell and Fowke were betting off Macmiarie-street on July 31.. Lovell was fined £25 and Fowke £20. Tine to pay was refused, except in Fowke's case. | Arthur Lawrence Perkins was fined £6j for using a place In Dalè-street. Fair-j field, for betting purposes, on August 7. Time to pay was. refused.
ANTIQUES UNEARTHED. ONE BUMP—ONE TORN FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
ANTIQUES UNEARTHED. Om BUMP-QNE TORN FROCK, When the director tens Tyrone Power to oct out a scene realistically, the youth ful star does Just that. The script for "Cate Metropole," at 20th Centuiy-pox studios, called for Ty rone to leave an elevator cab a«d bump Into Loretta Young, just as she is hurry ing into the same cab. Now, Ty., forget whatever sentiments you may hove to. ward Loretta, said Director Edward H. Griffith. "Really bump Into her hard/ This scene won't register unless it's realr. Griffith called for action, and the carti er^ started rolling. The elevator cajfne to a stop, and Tyrone came rushing .'out He and Loretta hit each' other jiftth a thud that could be heard over Jflie set, and Loretta fell to the floor wiUff another thud. "My heavens," Tyrone shouted, kneeling at her side. "Looir wh¿t I've -.£.- -? TOGETHER AGAIN. Lovely Loretta Young and handsome Tyrone Power co-star -again in the lav ish, scintillating Parisian comedy ro mance from 20th Cen'ury-Pox studio...
NEGLIGENT DRIVING. CAR STRIKES HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
NEGLIGENT DRIVING. I CAB STRIKES HORSE. . j Patrick K. Quinn was charged at Liv erpool Police Court on Monday with negligent driving of a motor car on Hume Highway on May 25. Mr. Teakle appeared for defendant. Cecil Brown, of Hillview, said that at 11.30 a.m. on May 25 he was driving a hors? and dray for the Main Roads ' Board at Edmondson's Corner, Bringelly. About half the road was barricaded, but two . vehicles could pass on the other half. Caution notices were erected, in cluding. "Caution," and .'Drive Slowly." Brown said he was moving from the left-hand side to the right-hand side and was facing towards Sydney. He then turned the horse's head to face towards the closed portion, and saw a car about 100 yards away coming towards him. He tipped the load out of thc dray. Another man ran towards the car and put up his hand. Witness then heard his horse's leg break as the car struck it. The car i stopped, touching the horse. There was plenty of room for the car to get past. The car ...
MOTOR CYCLIST HORT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
i MOTOR CYCLIST HORT. ¡ Albert Goodsell, of niawarra-road, Moorebank, was riding a motor cycie near the river bridge on Saturday, when he collided with a motor lorry. Goodsell was knocked to the roadway and receiv ed a dislocated shoulder. It ls stated that the lorry was without headlights. There were no witnesses, and the num ber was secured. I .
GOLF BALL. [?]AY SCENE AT TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
! \G%LF BALL. I JLAV SCENE AT TOWN HALL. Tnt TownHall, Liverpool, presented u gay arlMf'Wkling appearance on Tues day íujíMrWñen the Göll Club held its annual bW ? The tablet lai(1 out "i cabaret style, were decorated by. the hosts ti eacn table, with a vtfw/o capturing the prizes for best decorates and most original table, and the rd'sult was that particular care was taken to achieve effect. Flow ers cl all colors, I interspersed with ferns and other greenery, made the scene most picturesque, and ¿he colored lights add ed brilliance helfe, and subdued effect therf- ^x There were about 350 present. Carl Thomas' orchestra provided ideal dance music, and Mr. Reg. Chiuy was again the admirable M.C. &lt; Matron Dunton won the prize for the best decorated table, and Mrs. Joe Mains bridge the prize for the most original. ! Two novelty dances were introduced, and they wcie won by Dr. Janes (Camp belltown) and Mrs. KI-IT, and Mr. ana Mis. Jack Clarke. I Those who entertained at the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
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HAMMONDVILLE. EDUCATIONIST'S PRAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
HAMMONDVILLE, j I EDUCATIONIST'S PRAISE. I , Ths Director of Education for. County ol Kent (Mr. E. Salter-Davies), who at-I tended the New Education Feflcwshlp I Conference in Sydney, visited Hammond. | ville on Saturday, accompanied by M:s. Salter-fÄvies. Mr. Salter-Davies is a member of the English Land Sstt lernen' Af:ccíaiion, which is subsidised by the Eritish Government, and is also ene cf thc Carnegie Library Fund t'.u-tees. He slated that tile Hammondville ex periment in housing was th? mest re markable one-man effort that he had ever examined. MASTER CARRIERS' COTTAGE. The president of the Master Callers' Asscciation (Mr. Thomas Coady), and the secretary (Mr. J. Beacham), accompan ied by many members of the association, performed the ceremony of foimally handing over tlieir gift pioneer home cettafi-3 (the 97th on the settlement), which was christened 'Mascarra,' After making a tour of the village and chatting with various settlers. Mr. Coady announced that his association ...
MALICIOUS DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937
MALICIOUS DAMAGE. j IAt Liverpool Police court on Monday ! last, Joseph Davidson Paterson was I charged with having caused malicious j damage to a lamp globe, valued at 17/6, i at Romano's Read House, Lansdowne, on August 5. Albert Gazzoli. manager, said defend - .ant came there drunk and made him self a" nuisance. He broke the globe on the gate with. his -fist. Defendant was'fined 20'- and ordered to make compensation of 17/6.