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

TORCHES--BATTERIES SCHOOL REQUISITES. A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST QUALITY ENGLISH. MADE TORCHES and BATTERIES cf a.l nh.s always in stock. / OUR STOCK of SCHOOL REQUISITES REPRESENT WONDERFUy VALUE WE ARE THE BUSHMEN'S FRIEND -a Largi Ranee tf QUALITY BUSH KNIVES, 7 JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY-2000 BOOKS by th(J^6st Popular Authors. Membership 2/-, Exchange 3d. A. WYCH THONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL. ^ Albert Clyde MACQUARIE STREET.LIVERPOOL. FOR A SMART HAT FOR SPRING. / GREY FELTS. /7/6, 8/6 PURE FUR FELTS . . \/14/6, 17/6 AKUBRAS in all shades, 19/6, 25/-, 32/6 Church Services. NOTE-Changos of these 'notices must reach this office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wednesday Evening meeting, 8 p.m.. In the Church edifice, Smith-street. Reading Room, Smith-street. Hours: Monday to Friday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. ST. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL. Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones, Th. Sch. Next Sunday-ll a.m....

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HERE AND THERE ALDERMAN'S FINGER SEVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

HERE AND THERE ALDERMAN'S FINGER SEVERED. On Thursday last, Aid. A. G. Lewis; of Hillview, had his right hand caught In I he cogs of a chaff cutter, which severed Ihe first finger at the second joint.

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A CHANGED ATTITUDE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

if I . I I A CHANGED ATTITÜDE I IHaymow Harry, the tramp: Madam. ' do you keep a French cook ? 1 , Houswlfe teharply) : No. Why do ' you ask? Haymow: I meant m offence, madam; but the odor of the food that ornes from UIP kitchen is so arpetls » 1» that r felt you must' have a superior j cook on your premises. Housewife: No. slr. I do my own cook ing. If -"OM will step in you can sample I some of it. /, t. ti Ï ? !.»». '"There ls no bank account tint can balance a, sweet, gracious personality: no material wealth can nach a ninny heart, an ability to radial,'; helpfulness i an£ swaetaesE."

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. I "Spirit" was the subject in all Churches cf Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. , The Goldf»n Text was: "No man hath ¡ seen God at any time . . Hereby know f we that we dwell In him, and he in us, because he hath given us of his Spirit." I John, 4.12, 13. Among the Bible quotations comnrls ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "Thy; Lord is my rock, and my for tress, and ,my deliverer." ll Samuel 22,2. The following passage from the Christ tan Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "In proportion as the bilisf disappears that life and intelligence are in or of matter, the immortal facts of being are seen, and their only idea or intelligence is in God. Spirit is readied only through the understanding and demonstration of eternal Life and Truth and Love." P.279.

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CORONATION GEM. WRECKED SEVEN EMPIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

CORONATION GEM. WTOCKEI) SEVEN EMFHtES, When thc Archbishop of Canterbury «'owned Queen Elizabeth last May, he placed on her head a crown containing a magnificent diamond which has al ready wrecked seven empires and de stroyed the kings who owned it ! M'iUs is the famous Kboinoor" the gor geous "Mountain of Light." The erigin of this woncerful 1061 carat gem is wrapped in mystery. It was first mentioned in carly documents as far back as 1304. It has always bsen a "loyal" stone, and legends associated with it say that the king who loses it or ! parts with it in any way will immem-1 ately lose his empire. According to history, it had already caused the extinction of three dynasties whta Tamerlane's grandson, Baher, brought his scimitars into India. The then Emperor of Delhi, wishing to make peace with Bab;r, sent him the stone as a goodwill offering, only to have that doughty warrior take his empire, too, some months later, and found me dynasty of the Great Moghuls. The last of those ...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

BASEBALL. (By "SNOWY.") Last Sunday Liverpool Baseball Club travelled to San Souci to play a return match with San Souci Sailing Club. This was a great day, and a fine exMbition of baseball was witnessed. We must congratulate "Spud" Murphy for his great batting. He never even hit ones', but he always came up with the same old smile, or just a few words. "I don't want to hit lt too hard"; but we all know he is a tryer." Good luck "Spud," you'll lilt one soon. j K. Parkins played a spectacular game; [ but when he thought it was an outcurve it was an incurve. Result: "Him no hit I one." But, like "Spud," his turn will come. A great exhibition of sliding was I given by A. Hoy, who, after hitting a I safe hit, came down at second in a mag nificent slide, throwing up dust every where. But there ls an "if" attached to I this; for he was three yards off tile bag. K. Spencer played up to his usual stand 1 ard in the field ; but his batting was very bad. Owing to bad arm we will forgive ¡ him...

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ASSAULT CASE. Husband and Wife at Court. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

ASSAULT CASE. Husband and Wife at Court. At Liverpool on Monday. May P. Caw- j thorne alleged that Ernest A. Cawthome had assaulted her on July 24 at Liver pool. Defendant pleaded guilt}'. His wife said they had agreed to have al ternate Saturdays out; but on this oc casion he would not let her go. He hit her- in endeavouring to stop her from going out. The husband said his wife hit him first.. He agreed to be bound in.the sum ! ot £5 to kee*i the peace towards tíér for twelve months.

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£10 FINE FOR ILLEGAL USE OF CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

£10 FINE FOR ILLEGAL USE OP CAR. j At Lierpool Police Court on Monday, Clarence Dongles Dredge was chargea with befdg an unlicensed driver and with having illegally used a motor car at Campoelltown, the property of Harry Haskett, on July 31. He pleaded guilty to the first charge, and defended the secend case. Mr. Scott appeared for defendant. Constable Phillips, of Liverpool, said that at 6.15 p.m. he saw a cai- pass the Warwlcjc Farm gates, sud he chased it on his motor cycled lt had stopped fur ther down the road. Defendant got out and, on seeing witness, ran away. Wit ness caught him. Questioned, defendant said a man had given him the car at the Collingwood Hotel. Witness said, "This car was re ported stolen from Campbelltown." i lo Mr. Scott: Defendant smejt of drink. Jack Elliott Plaskett, grazier, of Ap- i pin, said he parked his father's car in front of the Federal Hotel, campbell town, and, returning just after 6 p.m., I found the car was missing. He did not I know defendant...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet ings, social gatherings, sporting events, weddings, accidents, etc., will be gratefully accepted. Per sonal paragraphs must be signed by responsible persons. Write in ink, on one side of the paper (names in capital letters), and be brief and accurate. Be careful to verify all facts, so that the paper will not suffer owing to inaccuracies, and others perhaps be out to. inconvenience. If vou like ''The News," recom mend it to your friends. _

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

CONSULT -. John V. TULLY F.Ii.E.I. ¡FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERP0OL. Tel -plionc: Liverpool 247. \/ ADVICE GIV1JN respecting all Prop rty Kallers, 3 ock Sales, Trucking uni General Auction Information. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft & Sons, pty.ua. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons stock/all Umso meats Sue i aö s'and any Purity Tiwi ! Her? ar ? those ¿stocks/good judges say, Can easi'y extel th/ rest, fwally tlie Primest and Choicest Only enter th\ Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats thatVra tender and ju'cy Th y mak.? from the Asher-ft blccks. "Ti--, always this Popular Meat Mart Supplies ycu the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS arc your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! With Vie ne/ "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" 6-volveVqlJ^wvB receiver you.can travel the world cf broadcasting and be tu...

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

GOOD TONIC-! AFTER INFLUENZA will help you regain your energy. NYAL NUTRITIVE HYPOPHOSPHATES Restores Healthy Appetite-a Tonic Restorative for Weak ened and Rundown Constitutions. In two sizes. Prices 2/6 and 4/6, obtainable from/ H. SHAWvMi\S. DI S P E NS I iii G./C H E M I S T 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone; Liv. 39. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE'S TIMBER-LIME --4- CEMENT Glass Cut to Size. .Wire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware. / Tradesmen's Teds. Paints and Oils. Melters' and Ward's Stoves. Best Selected Groceries. / Colonial Wines. Pay a visit to Our Store opposite for all lines of Household Ironmongery Crockery, Glassware, Enamel, Tin and Alumin ium Ware, Brooms an^Brushware, Mats abu Matting Everything of the Latest and Best. City Prices Tel.: Liv. 119. 199 & 201 Macquarie-sc., LIVERPOOL. tt/ou'tt otp a WINNE when you place your order for your next suit to bc, .-Tailored to Measure-, « .BY D&_>_I You could not wish for a finer range of ...

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MILK DIET. WOMAN WHO LIVES ON IT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

I MILK DIET, j I WOMAN WHO LIVES ON IT. I Mrs. Mabel Ashworth, of Corby, »ear Kettering, England, mother cf three ¡children, has had nothing to cai for ll 1 years. She drinks one quart of milk and a cup of tea each day. Her health is per fect, and her strength and energy as great as that of any normal housewife. I Specialists say they are amazed that she ls alive. Doctors have tried every ¡ kind of diet to tempt her back to food; I bvt she refuwiP to eat. She says she cannot. Mrs. Ashworth, wife of a steelwork ?r, j , began her milk diet as a result cf an 1 accident, which injured her throat and prevented her frotar eating. She became so used to it that she never wanted to eat again. 1 She is .-small, dark, weighs six stone. She said; "I would not go back to an ordinary didi ii i were paid to. My health ls quite as good as it was betöre my accident, I retire each night at ll, sleep soundly, and rise regularly at five to get my husband off to work. I have been attended by eleven doct...

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Stole from Hospital. Dispelled Inmate Fined £3. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

I Stole from Hospital. Dispelled Inmate Fined £3. Edward johnson was charged at Liv erpool Police Court on Monday with hav ing stolen a quantity of clothing, etc.. from the Liverpool State Hospital dur ing July. He pleaded not guilty, i Constable Hobbs said he accompanied defendant to his camp on railway prop erty below the railway station. He said i he lived there by himself. Witness found two knives {stamped N.S.W. Govern- I ment. Liverpool slate Hospital i. De fendant said he did not know hew they came there. Witness found also two coats, which defendant said must have been left by Inmates cf thc Home who visited him at times. Branded towels and flannel shirts were also found by witness. Charles George Bathie, chief hospital attendant, identified the goods as hos [ pital property. Defendant had been dis pelled from the Institution about July 17. he said. The goods were valued at 30/-. Defendant was found guilty and fined £3. J

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GREEN VALLEY SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

GREEN VALLEY SURPRISE PARTY. On Monday. August 2, a surprise party was tendered to Mrs. La Gettl by Mrs. Mitchell at the Green Valley Pro gress Hall. Many friends from Cabra matta and "surrounding districts were ! present, and a pleasant evening was. spent in dancing, songs were rendered by Thelma, Norma, and Victor La Gctti. The guest of henor was presented with a brush and comb set by her many friends. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The monthly meeting of the Green ' Vailed Progress Association took place ' on August 3, with Mr. S. Stiff in the chah'. Matters relating to the card rcom were discussed and the erection of (he rccm will begin whew a permit ls received from Nepean Shire Council. It was also resolved that a cheque account be opened by the association. A letter from the Water Board was read, stating the estimated deficiency on the Orchard-road extension was estimat ed to. be £6. ! Arrangements were also made for com ing functions. j ' The silver cups for the waltzing com petition...

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A FREE SPRING-JUMPER KNITTING BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

A FREE SPRING-JUMPER KNITTING BOOK. Cur women readers, who do not kn~w and enjoy 'Everylady's Journal,' the popular 6d monthly, should order Ute August issue for a special reasop. While 'Everylady's Journal' gives 64 pagîs of stories, articles, etc., and an eight-page photogravure supplement, the Augu;t issu; contains, in addition, a free 16 page knitting bock of delightful spring | jumpers^-eight designs wiih full d ree- j iticns. If Everylady's Journal' is unob-| tamable locally, send 7d in stamps ta Everylady's Journal,' 230-236 Stan'ey-st., West Melbourne. C.3, Victoria, and a copy will come by return po^t.

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INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

INDECENT LANGUAGE. j Athol c. Coppock was charged at Liv erpool Police Court on Monday with having used indecent language near Hume Highway, Casula, aa August 1, and was fined 10/-. He was under the influence of liquor, at the time, and' had apologised, the police stated. We must treat each man cn his worth and merits as a mon. We must see that each is given a square deal, because he is entitled to no more and should re ceive no less.-Roosevelt.

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. t _ HOURS: Monday to Thursday- I 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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Liverpool Tennis Club. NARROW DEFEAT AT CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

li. iverpool Tennis Club. ) NARROW DEFEAT AT CAMDEN. .' In the play-off for . tte Camden tro phies, played at Camden on Saturday last, Liverpool 1 were defeated by Picton the narrow margin of one game, the Ét set being rather unique, as it was yed in the glare' of motor car head its, which were arranged around the court to provide light fer the playeis, aW daylight had faoed before tte maten wps completed. (Liverpool were rather unfortunate to lost nine gwnes in the first two Eets, as in a close match this is rather a big leeway to make up, and, although Liver I pool won five sets against P.cton's four, ¡the latfW were one game up on the count at ihc finish. Liverpools 1 team won the S.D.T.A. competition Vithout being defeated, and had no trpubli»4n defeating Picton in the two matches in which they met; but on this occasion Picton proved just too good, and Liverpool were the first to congratulate them after a very exciting and enjoyable mt ich. EAGLEMONT I EFEAT LIVERPOOL In what wa...

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

I - -? TENNIS PLAYERS'. FOR Tour TOURNAMENT RE-STRING You can't do better than Liverpool Sports Depot (H. R. AYRES). "The Home nf Good Re-Strngs." Prices: 5'-. 7/6, IO -, IS/-, 20/' 64 Championships won by Players u;inR Liverpool Sports Depot Rackets in t the 3*t rive seamus.

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TENNIS TANGLES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

TENNIS TANGLES (By "ACE.") During a hot rally in ai match be'ween I Steve Brumby and Gordon Salway last week-end. Steve made one of his terrific smashes at the net, with such effect frat Iv. burst the ball, and he umpire calle i a let. Was the umpire right? Yes: a 'let' should be called. * * UL Whilst playing in the match agaiist Eaglemont on Saturday, John Shortis served from the wrong court, and after a lons rally eventually lost the point. He then noticed his mistake, and appeal ed to the umpire, who was a bit per plexed as to what decision' to g ve; but eventually gave the point against John. Was this decision right ? Yes, for John Shcrtis lost the point. * e * During a hard-fought set between Gus j Wych and Ted Bright last Sunday, Gus who was close to the net, executed a pretty va'ley lob over Ted's head, and, seeing lt was impossible for Ted to re cover the ball, Gus. brfore the lob h t ' the ground, reached over the net with I his racket to recover the other ball. ] Now. did ...

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