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

MINTO_ NEWS. SCHOOL OF ARTS. A public meeting was held at the Minto I School of Arts last Wednesday, the 4th | Inst., at 8 o'clock. The subject discuss- | ed was the hall itself, which has been the cause of much controversy for some time past. The situation appears to bs that many energetic workers banded to gether to raise funds to enlarge the hall, but when the tenders were called ii could r.ct be done for the amount tin hand owing to structural difficulties. Some residents wished to wait for more funds; while others wished to spend part | of what was in hand In repairing the present hall, which has been allowed to get Into a very bad condition.. The following motions were put to the meeting, and the voting was exactly the j same on each side. The chairman (Aid. ! J. Westbury. Mayor- of Campbslltown) gave the casting vote, which resulted in a victory for those in favor of repairing the hall: (1) That the hall should noi be enlarged, but should be painted and repaired; <...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. Mr. N. Cash. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

OBITUARY. Mr. N. Cash. The death cccurrcd last Monday of Mr. Newman Cash aged 66, of Liver pool. Deceased was a brother of Miss M. Cash, of Railway-street, who recently retired from school teaching at Smith field; and he had spent most of lils life in Liverpool. The funeral tcok place on Tuesday. A short service was held in ? St. Luke's Church by Rev. R. Harley-Jones before the cortege moved off to the Church of England cemetery, Liverpool. Mr. S. Parker. The sad death of Mr. Sid Parker, of Liverpool-road, Casula, occurred on Wed nesday of last week at the young age of 28 years. Deceased was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Parker, of Liverpool-road. Ure i<n Firs vtJe IsJd td rrft lasit Thursday in the Catholic cemetery, Liv Casula. «pool. Mr. B. May. The d°ath cf Ms. Bert May. of Pres tons, occurred last Thursday. Deceased, who was a son of Mrs. May, postmistress at Prestons, had lived for years in thc district and was well known aird re spected.

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. ? The following tournament matches I have been set down for Saturday, August 14: Liverpool No. 1 <H. Cole In charge. 2 p.m., Howlett and MÍES Rae v Lunn and Miss C. Blinman; 3 p.m., Cole and Miss Banks v Metcalf and Miss Mahon; 4 p.m., M. Rayner v G. Salway. Liverpool No. 2 (E. Bulpltt in charge. 2 pjn. Brooks and Miss Thorne v Bul pitt and Mrs. Ayres; 3 p.m.. Miss Thom son v Miss Blinman; 4 p.m., Beveridge and Mrs. Beveridge v Keys and Mrs. Short is. Y-Hurry (F. Ollis).-1.45 p'.m.. Schell i and Schell v Nicholls and Rayner (toi finish): 2.15 p.m., F. Ollis v E. Penney; 3.15 pm., Cook and Miss Thomas v El ford and Miss Threlkeld; 4.15 p.m.. Ollis and Grundy v Goninan and Stan ton. Rhine Erin (J. Shortis).-2 p.m., ¡ Brumby and Salway v Paseos and Hil ton; 3 p.m., J. Shortis v J. E. Wells; 4 p.m.. Keats and Mrs. Webster v McNee and Miss Scott. Ingleburn No. 1 (B. Croker).-2 p.m., Ashcroft and Miss Dowse v Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Topen; 3 ...

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MONSTER GALA DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

MONSTER GALA DANCE. I A monster gala dance will be held in Liverpool Town Hall on Saturday next, I August 14. Finals of the £5 old-time j waltz competition will be decided, as well as a heat of the Werriwa Cup competi tion. Mr. Lazearinl and Mr. J. McOirrj will present the trophies. There will also i be a presentation to Mr. and Mrs. lionel D'Arcy, who are iëavlng the district. Arts and sciences are not cast in a ! mold, but are found and perfected by degrees, by often handling and polish'- ? ing, as bsars leisurely lick their cuba j Into shape.-Montaigne.

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

UNEXPECTED. j Choir Boy: Have you heard abput,/he dean who was found dead in a box. sir ? Vicar <exc*e«uWi>Ho; which défi» «te lt? . . 7 -.-fT" - '" .The tardine,' was the un;xpe;ted reply. -,.

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HILLVIEW CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

HILLVIEW CRICKET CLUB. A dance and euchre party, In aid of j the newly-formed Hillview Cricket Club, | I was held in the Hillview Hall on Thurs- : day, 5th. There -was a good attendance, ¡ and a most enjoyable time was spent by ; alL The funds of the club will consid- j erably benefit by the function. The box of chocolates was won by Mr. J. Randal:. Euchre prizes were also awarded.

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

Young neapK who »tia in tnelr eyes whilst reading »Mould »eek eye comfort at\once./ You will gain better vfaion\a (feedom from eyestrain, by examine your eyes and pre»cribe correct lenses. We supply the newest frames. f.CrawiordLti. 1 2 J George St., PARRAMATTA (Op. Court House). Mu UW8998¡ (??????????????????iliai

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SPINSTERS' BALL. A RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

SPINSTERS' BALL. A RECORD ATTENDANCE. A crowning achievement for the spins ters of Prestons was the dance held in Prestons Hall last Saturday night, when 250 people crowded, into the small build ing. The gaily-decorated hall was in keep ing with the spirit of the evening, with music supplied by Lee's orchestra, and Mr. Prank O'Neill an efficient M.C. The function was indeed a credit to the young ladles, who had -worked so successfully to beat the bachelors* re cord. The workers included Misses G. Forbes and P. Cook, assisted by Misses O. and E. Oakley, C. O'Neill, and P. and C. Collins. The AL.P. fighting fund will be con siderably augmented. The spinsters* waltz was won by Miss Sally Crewss; Miss E. Windle and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick won the spot dance; Mr. Vickery and the Missss Collins tire towels; aïid Mrs. Emery and Mr. Shanks won the euchre prizes. An exhibition of the Tango was given by Miss K. Langworthy and Mr. Mc Garry. Tile quick step competition was won by Miss D. O'Brien ...

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LIVERPOOL CALL-UP. MISTAKE IN GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

UVERPÖOL CALIÜP. MISTAKE IN GOVERNMENT ) ADVERTISEMENT. j A deputation of Liverpool unemployed! was present at Liverpool Council meet- i lng on Tuesday night, to voice certain complaints in regard to the call-up ano, engagement of men for the loan-grant work, which commenced last week. T Mr. Baxter said that local workers at. Cook's River did not have tne oppor tunity of applying for the local work.! The advertisement said "concrete world ers," and council called up other work ers. The work was wrongly advertised, thc speaker said. He sam some men were put on without a call-up, and «con tended that a proper call-up C'ould bel I made for all work. A roster s&vem was suggested by Mr. Baxter. TCie com plaints might seem trivial, a* said, but they meant a lot to men Juno had to pay rates and live locally, / Mr. J. Cooper said ' Vf. seemed funny that so many mistakes Ahould be made. The department contjended that it never made mistakes. He said that many local registered dray-own...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. » . * Mr. Lionel D.Arcy. the popular hana conductor, nos received notice of pro motiin to a 6taff appointment in the TJtoUioum Military Barracks, and he and Mrs. D'Arcy will be leaving Liverpool to take up their residence in that dis trict shortly. * * * Mr. W. Hooper, of Ingleburn, was ad mitted last week to tile Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. * * * Mrs. Ruby Spink, of the Royal Hotel Campbelltown, ts a patient in the Mar rickville Hospital * . * Mr. G. Hopping, of Ingleburn, is ill in   a private hospital at Marrickville, suffer-   ing from pneumonia. * * *   Mr. O. D. Brown, assistant at Liver pool Court House, ls enjoying a months' holiday, and his place is being filled by Mr. L. H. McCarthy. * ? * Mrs. Watscn, cf Moorebank, is under medical treatment at resent. * . * Miss E. Swane, of Market-street, Moorebank, who ls ill, ls -not progress ing so well as was expected * * * Mrs. F. Stockton, of Illawarra-road, has been indispose...

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HORSE FORM. A Bright, Lucrative Spring for Maurice McCarten. Buyer Nibbling at Mala: Didn't Bid Nearly Big Enough. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

HORSE FORM. ^ By TOM ELUS, A Bright, Lucrative Spring for Maurice I , McCarten. 1 Buyer Nibbling at Mala: Didn't Bid j Nearly Big Enough. ¡What a harvest ci go¿d hurses M. Mc Canen looks like getung this spring, ta again put him among tile big winning: i ot til? new season. Already he l> en gaged for Ajax, tile crack iwo-ycar-old oí thc season finished, and tne Derbies and Cup favorite of the new season. He is also booked to ride the imported f rench horte Gnnetout, which is owned by the same group of three sportsmen, Mesas. 'Constable,' A. W. Thompson and E. L Baillieu, in weight-for-age or other races where he won't clash willi o al J Red, for whom he has a prior engage nvne. Whenever possible, he might bs on Talking, but as their spring p.o grammes may run along piral el Lnes, tile opportunity of engaging Dalby Munro might be taken for Talking. McCarten wiu also be on Mala whenever the op portunity arises, and is practically b) li ta iur mm m inc Metropolitan, tor which he ii;...

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MOOREBANK 'BUS SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

MOOREBANK 'BUS SERVICE. A KV lis Its tun rtcid lief Iro Moorebaiik-Chippin Norton-Hammond ville service, which the residents greatly I appreciate. j

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Presentation Dance MOOREBANK CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

Presentation Dance MOOREBANK CRICKET CLUB. Moorebank Cricket Club were the win ners of the Southern Ditsricts Cricket Association's shield and cups foj- Hie 1936-37 season, and the presentation was made to the members of tile club at a dance on Saturday evening last in the Liverpool Town Hall. The Mayor of Liverpool lAld. F. de 'Meyriok) congratulated tllc club on be ing the winners of the A grade compe tition, and presented the trophies to the following members of the team:-A. Hoy (captain), G. Davies (vice-captain), G. Garard, S. McVicker, R. McVicker. W. Keato, T. Betts, S. Cotterill. L. Randall, sen.. L. Randall, jun., A. J. Childs. B. Childs, J. Jones, G. Macfarlane, and J. Garard. The team holds the S.D.C.A. Shield for the ensuing year. Special trophies were presented to S. Cotterill for the highest individual score for the year, his best effort being 134 not out; and to G. Davies for the best bowling average, 8.9, and also one for the greatest number of wickets. 77. The troph...

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EVENING CLASSES FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN AT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

EVENING CLASSES FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN AT AUBURN. Evening classes foi- girls and women .will be held at Domestic Science School, Auburn (near Auburn Town Hall), on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7.25 p.m. to 9.25 p.m. Third term be gan on Monday, August 2. There is no age limit. Married women are welcome. Students under 2i years are granted free rail passes; and those over 21 years or married receive half fare concession j rates. Reduced tram fares are avail- i able. The fee is sixpence per week (pay able each Monday), and this amount covers ail subjects chosen. Fees are re funded at the end of the year to all those whose attendance has bseu satis factory. Unemployed students are free. Subjects taught are dressmaking, dress cutting, millinery, cookery, English, play reading, dramatic arl, literature, busi ness principles, handicrafts, bookkeep ing, art designing, woodwork, ticket writ ing, plant drawing, embroidery, batik; pottery, hygiene, physical culture, Eng lish and arithme...

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CYCLING CABRA-LIVERPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

CYCLING CABRA-LIVERPOOL CLUB. The Cabra-Liverpool Cycle Club held a 20-mile race from Cabra-Vale to Cot tage Hill and return. Results: Seniors.-O. Either, 2.5, 1; W. Ansio, 2.5, 2: A. Colleen, 2.30. 3; B. Wheatley, scr.. fastest time (51.66). Juniors.-L. Zlacker, 1.5. 1: R. Knight, 2.20. 2; R. Phillips, 4.40, 3: J. Simpson, fastest time (52.2). There will be no race next week, as some of the riders are competing ra open races. The next race will be held on Satur day. August 21. from Liverpool around the block, via Campbelltown and Narel lan (34 miles). As soon as there is an opening Cabra.» Vale will hold a combined race with\ Rossmore Club, starting at Liverpool. ROSSMORE CYCLE CLUB. The above club held a 25-mile race on August 1. Results:-Ha reid Northey (4.0) 1. Alec Askew (4.10) 2. Bert Kable <5.30» 3. Fred Pertzel (scr.) fastest time (1.14.0).

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

LAST NIGHTS, at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Session: "JUNGLE PRINCESS" and "TAINTED MONEY' FRIDAY EVENING: Episode 13. "PHANTOM RIDER," at 8 o'clock. Reservations can be made at Theatre Booking Office. 'Phone booking will be accepted. 'Phons Liv. (UY4) 116. No extra charge for booking. Car parking service. Acoustlcon tor Deaf Servier Persons. Theatre Now Operate] as follows;-. MONDAY to FRIDAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m.; SATURDAYS at 1.30 and 7.30 p.m.. MATINEES all Holi days at 1.30 p.m. SAT. MON. TUES. AUGUST 14, 16,17 SATURDAY at 7.30 (SAT. MAT., sec P below) ; MON. & TUES, at 6.30 Se 8. FULL ENTERTAINMENT AT EACH SESSION ANY WOMAN WHO HAS A HUSBAND OR EXPECTS TO HAVE A HUSBAND can't afford to miss this picture SAMUEL GOLDWYN HAS INI MONO« TO PRESENT Paul Lukas . Mary/fist and David Niven Directed by William Wyler «- o«nno««d by Sidney Hmtn PLUS A SELF-MADE MAN MAKES GOOD IN LAW AND LOVE ! JOSEPH CALLEIA-FLORENCE RICE 'Man ol mc People' PLUS SHORTS-"LET'S GET MOVI...

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Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

j Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. Aid. J. P. de Meyrick (Mayor), Aid. Nicholls, Pratt, Childs, ingham, How arth, Ashcroft, Fabris, Green and Haerse were present at Tuesday night's councu meeting. The following correspondence was dealt with: Liverpool RS. & S.IX.A. asked if council would sell the block of land next to the Town Hall, to be used'for a club room.-The Major said council had no power to sell the land, but, with depart mental consent, could lease it to the branch. Aid. Nicholls said the School of Arts was a memorial hall, and he thought prevision was made in that building for use by ex-soldiers. The Mayor said the room there was not large enough. The Mayor pointed out that if the Diggers erected a building on council's land the branch would not own the building. It would be wiser for them to buy other land. Aid. Pabris moved that the club b? notified as to the position. I I The League also asked that the police be requested to place a constable at the co...

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

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

t MUNICIPALITY OF CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. TRIENNIAL LISTS OF ELECTORS AND RATEPAYERS. MADE IN THE YEAR 1937. NOTICE is hereby given that the new Liste of Electors and Ratepayers' fsr th; Cabramatta, Canley Vale and St Jenn's Wards of the MuVucipalitu^hav? been compiled and wil b* exhibited for public Information during »ff icy hours at th? undermentioned placts from the 15th to the 30th August, ll*/ both dates in clusive:- J Council's Office, Tow« Hall, Cabra matta; Canley Va'e,/,Cab»matla. Lans vale; Bonnyrigg, M/ PritcVard," and St. ! John's Park Post ORic/ss. V i Any duly qualified person! whose name ¿oes not appear on the IbA may make claim for enrolment, on th* prescribed form, which must be delivered to me on or fcKforc th; 31st August, »37. Objections to any name orlsuch lists may be made. In the same maltier, v Claim and .Objection Forms may be obtained vt. the 'Council's Office during T. C. JAGO. Town Clerk. Towr. Hall. Cabramatta, 6'JJ August, 1337. hours. !.! '"VÎSaB'...

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Liverpool Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

Liverpool Golf Club (By "DORMIE.") In the four-ball, best ba}l v. Par on Saturday, Jack. Watson, the club cap tain, playing with Mac. Ashcroft, was 7 up on the 18th tee. Two bad shots for the green gave them both a minus, re sulting in 6 up, to win the event. C. Ireland and Ern. Webb came in a good second with 4 up. On occasions the putting of E. Webb is remarkably good, as all balls within a radius of five or six feet and thc pot with regularity. The winter grass around the cup is rather troublesome at present, and what might be a plus eventuates in a hall. 6. Buckland and T. Hamer returned a 4 up, teing quite a good card on the day's play. Neither of these two young players are showing last season's im provement. "So far shalt thou advance, but no further," seems to be the lot of most golfers who cannot get plenty of practice. Last week A. Croll was playing off the 15 .mark, receiving the cut direct. Sunday Morning Trophy.-E. Webb and W. Ireland, 6 up; C. Ireland and J. Stewart, 3...

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