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SYDNEY INDUSTRIAL BLIND INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

SÏDNEY INDUSTRIAL BLIND INSTITUTION. The above Institution is urgently in | need ot funds avid is making a special ! appeal to the public of New South Wales for £20,000. The institution, with its1 branches bf work, ministers to a .far greater number of blind men and women j than any similar institution in the south ern hemisphere. Its work ls to search I out the helpless and dependent blind throughout the State and place them where specialised effort and appliances may raise them from helpless inertness and .cheerless dependence to the true dignity and happiness of self-support ing manhood and womanhood. A special appeal committee has been formed for the purpose of carrying out the appeal, and all the members of it are prominent citizens. JTfce appeal, which is the first to be made by the institution in 17 years, alms to wipe out the existing debt on the Braille Library, to purchase new machin ery and plant, to provide additional space for the ever-increasing number of blind, for ne...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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POPULAR CITIZENS LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

I - I POPULAR CITIZENS LEAVE. Wcll-kncwn Liverpool residents, Mrs. Summergreene and family, cf the Golden Fleece Hotel, left the district last Mon day. Prior to their departure intimate friends of the highly esteemed family gathered at the hotel and bade ' them farewell.

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R. S. & S. I. L. A. LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

R. S. & S. I. L. A. LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH. I Thc usual fortnightly meeting was held (in the Memorial School of Arts on Fri day last. There was a very good at tendance, and the business was got , through expeditiously. I Headquarters wrote re this year's I A.I.F. ball, which is to be held at the I Trocadero, Sydney, under partronge of I his Excellency and Lady Wakehurst. The . last two balls realised £600 odd, which J was divided between Furlough House and the AXF. distress funds. The annual State Congress is to be I held towards the end of September. The' prcsideut (Mr. H. Duckworth) will again this year represent Liverpool. After the business was over, the social part of the evening commenced. Mr, Les. Heape and Mr. Tom Ware were good enough to come along and play saxa phone and plano accordéon, respectively. Their efforts were much appreciated, and the Diggers followed them most enthusi astically, with song after-song. Secretary Dick Alchin and committee man Clarie Saunders...

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YOUTH ACQUITTED. DEATH OF COMPANION. Judge Takes Case from Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 12 August 1937

YOUTH ACQUITTED. DEATH OF COMPANION.   Judge Takes Case from Jury.   A case in which Trevor James Jones,   16 1/2, cycle mechanic, on Canley Vale, was charged with having maliciously slain Neville Richard Greentrre, 17, at Canley Vale, on May 10, was taken away from a jury by Judge Barton at the Parramatta Quarter Sessions on Tuesday, and Jones was discharged.   It was alleged that Greentree was kill- ed by a shot fired by Jones from a pea- rifle. The police alleged that in a statement Jones said he and Greentree were firm   friends and that he had ot intended to shoot him. He and Greentree had been     'playing about' and throwing tomatoes at each other. Greentree threw a tomato   and Jones dropped a rifle which he had in his hand. He heard a shot and saw that a bullet had struck his friend. Detective-sergeant McCarthy said that the accused later told him that he had fired to fri...

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SUNSHINE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

SUNSHINE OF LIFE. This old, oíd' world is a dreary place For the man whose pass ts a frowning face; Who looks for the shadow instead of the light; For the sordid and dull instead of the bright; Who sees but the worry and labor and strife Instead of the glory and sunshine of life. -E. C. Aorta. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

FIBROUS PLASTER PARK ROAD, CABRAMATTA. G. V. SEAGRAVE. Proprietor. THE LATEST IN CEILINGS-Large Range of Modern Designs. Ceilings Fixed by Competent Tradesmen. Recent Liverpool Jobs: New Liverpool Hotel, Hunt's Service Station, new Bank of N.S.W., Additions to Town Hall, and many others throuhgout the district.

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LET THE SUNSHINE IN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

' LET . THE SUNSHINE IN. When vou are feeling grouchy, let the sunshine in; When your face gets iee lin' hard, crack it with a grin. Don't be 'fraid of wrinkles, tear loose with your mirth; An old flace laughter-wrinklîd ls the sweetest tiling on earth.

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Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

i .. .. ? ? , I ' Liverpool 'News Agents) Copies of the Liverpodl "News" can be obtained from the following dist.let agents:- , Liverpool: A. Wych. Hillview: I. Young. Moorebank: P. Wych. Hoxton Park: W. H. McEachcrn. West Hoxton: T. G. Scott. Prestons: Mrs. May. The Crossroads: Mrs. Prior. Leppington and Raby: Mr. Barrett. Rossmore: Mrs. Askew. Bringelly: Mr. Montgomery. Austral: Mr. Starr. Minto: Mr. J. Williams. Glenfield: Mr. G. Downes. Ingleburn Newsagency. Cabramatta Newsagency. Agents Invited from other centres.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

"THE NEWS" (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 17 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. j (MEWS and A»VIS.) I MIIIIIIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIIIR with m TIMBER I If you specify that the Timber be supplied by Us, you Will be eura of^ifie best, and will show real savings. We supply/pfhber in any quantity for every purpose. ALEX GR1MSON, Prop. LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS Geor«a St. LIVERPOOL. 'Fhn* Uv. 234. P.O. Bu No. «. IS RR á^ífIIItfílflfI[SfIlllffIlíH[^!UHIflUllf[Slffffffflffi[^]fflIffillIUI^IÍÍIfnf!fI[MSJ DONT BE DISAPPOINTED ! 'CBODp TOK¿^1 Make sure your Boot Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL MEMBER OF N.S.W. MASTER. BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. TO RESIDENTS OF HOXTON & PRESTONS: ELECTRIC LIGHT IS COMING ! SEE US for Quotes for Installation. N. W. PRATT, Licensed Electrical Contractor, Macquarie Street.LIVERPOOL EXPERT MOTOR TRIMMER AND UPHOLSTERER AT. YOUR. SERVICE Harold Williams, Hamilton Road, FAIRFIELD. '...

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Travelling and Viewing. 100,000 Miles Through Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

i Travelling and Viewing. i 100,000 Miles Through Australia. i Ancient. Order of Gosppl Fishermen, I Inter-denominational- through the cour tesy of thc minister and his officers, a short campaign, explaining this move , ment, will be conducted in Liverpool Baptist Church, as follows: Sunday, 3 p.m., special children's ser vice, j Saturday, 21st: Viewing the first series of 100,000 miles of Australian travel, searching for fish. j Sunday, 22; Blessings a fisherman j should enjoy, portrayed by music, mes sage and song. Monday, 23rd: Viewing the second series of 100,000 miles Australian travel. Tuesday, 24th: Who can engage In fishing? Where, when and how. Thursday. 26th: viewing the third series of 100,000 miles of Australian travel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

M53ËSÊÊÊÈM BETTING . Ç^f FIRST-HAND ' Knowledge Q. TOM ELLIS ^1 each Tuesday and Friday 7 p.m. 2GZ (303 Metres) SjuAíAlA, QûJûtûuJcJkJ Tom Ellis: Best Bets 295 Elizabeth St., Sydney -

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SOCIAL AFTERNOON. Presbyterian Church Function. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

¡ SOCIAL AFTERNOON. I Presbyterian Church Function. A social afternoon was held in the Sunday School Hall by the Presbyterian Ladies' Guild, to welcome Mis. Wearne twife ci the new minister). The chair was occupied by the secretary of the \ guild (Mrs. W. Kershler), who welcomed; the guests to Liverpool. Mis. Hutchinson (vice-president of the1 Guild) spoke words of welcome to Mrs. Wearne and presented a basket of flow ers. Items were ably rendered toy Mrs. King (Campbelltown), Mrs. Cliff Kennett ; (Glenfield, elocutionist), and Mrs. W. Nicholls (soloist). Competitions were won by Mrs. R. H. Clyde and Mrs. E. Banyer. Afternoon tea was partaken of, and altogether a very pleasant afternoon was spent.

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CATHOLIC CLUB PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

CATHOLIC CLUE PARTY. On Tuesday night last the Catholic Club celebrated its first birthday party in the Scouts' Hali, Liverpool. About 80 were present. Miss O'Keefe and Mrs. Paul supplied the dance music; aïid Mr. Jim Richardson was M.C. Messrs. K. O'Keefe, J. Eadie and Phil. McDermott also helped to keep the ball rolling. The birthday cake was cut by the pre sident (Mr. P. McDermott), and a very delightful supper was served by club members. Singing and games also added to the enjoyment, and the party closed with "Auld Lang Syne" at midnight.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

FOOTBALL. Liverpool defeated Kuring-gai bv 20 to ll at Liverpool on Sunday afternoon. La Perouse'Blacks' team of Rugby League footballers will meet a local team on Ute Liverpool evtl next Sunday.

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PAPERS STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

PAPEKS STOLEN. Pilferers of the morning papers are again active in Liverpool, and many resi dents are complaining. Any offender caught will be seriously dealt with.

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AID FOR POULTRY FARMERS GOVERNMENTS £10,000 PLAN. Purchase of Chickens and Feed. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

AID FOR POULTRY FARMERS j GOVERNMENTS £10.1)00 PLAN. Purchase of Chickens and Feed. The Premier (Mr. Stevens) staten on Tuesday night that the Government had decided to make assistance available to necessitous pou.try farmers for the pur chase of chickens or the feed for rear ing them. The amount to be provided would be £10.000. "The Government is of opinion." Mr. Stevens add?d, "that the most practic able solution of tile problem confront ing the poultry Industry is by Hhe pay ment of a bounty on eggs exported from Australia. The Commonwealth Govern ment has been requested on previous oc casions to consider the payment of an | export bounty, but has not seen its way to accede to tile request. The matta la again being taken up with the Com monwealth Government, and strong re presentations are being made for a bounty on the export of eggs in the 1937 export season." REPAYMENT POSTPONED. Mr. Stevens said that under th? Go I vernmenl plan of assistance individual I advances woud be lim...

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QUERY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

QUERY. ! Why did the young lady of Chipping i Norton sit on Blucy's battery box an : Saturday night?

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EGG BOARD ELECTION. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

EGG BOARD ELECTION. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCED. At a conference of delegates from 16 branches of the Poultry Farmers' Asso ciation in Parramatta on Monday, it was decided, after ballot, that the fol lowing candidates should be nominated for membership of the Egg Marketing Board:-Northern zone, Mr. F. O. French; central. Mr. W. H. Bruce (of Messrs. C. Leach and Sons)); southern, Mr. R. C. Blake. It was mentioned that of the 31 dele gates present at the conference six farm ers owned fewer than 1000 birds, while 12 had more than 2000 birds. After a free discussion it was decided that, in view of the many difficulties which have beset the Egg Marketing Board during the past few years, in thc way of low prices of eggs, large losses by defalcations of employees, high cost of marketing, heavy expenses in law suits, and the general most unsatisfac tory and critical condition of the indus try, the association should nominate its own candidates for producer members at the board election, to be held...

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HERE AND THERE GOOD FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

HERE AND THERE GOOD FISHING, Mr. Alec Finlay, of Chipping Norton, has been fishing an the North Coast, and arrived home on Monday with a 14 pounder and other good fish.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

GEDD MEAT MART MACQUARIE STREET .. ? ? \ ./.LIVERPOOL For Better Méat & Value! Prime Rump Steak .... Best Sirloin Beef.1\ Middle Loin Chops .. .. 7J Corn Roll.Ú¿ Bes\ Legs Mutton .. .. 6¿d Shoulder Mutton.4 id Forequarters Mutton .. - - 4d Corn yilversidc.7d

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