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"UNDER THE INFLUENCE." DRIVER FINED £2. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

"UNDER THE INFLUENCE." DRIVER FINED £2. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday I last. Ashley Howard Hine was charged with having driven a motor cai- on I Hume Highway, Liverpool, on August 1, I while under Hie influence of intoxicating liquor Constable Little, of Cabramatta, said ¡that at 11.30 p.m. on July 31 he was in the police car, with oilier police, wheii lie saw defendant's car near the colling wood Hotel. It was being driven towards Sydney, and on entering Macquarie-street I il crossed to the wrong side of the road, I then back to the right side, then into ! die centre, until, at the intersection witn 1 Moore-street, the car cut the traffic dome at 25 to 30 m.p.h. It continued driving from one side of the street to tile other. The police car endeavoured to pass, but had to slow down. Then the police got, past and called cn defendant to stop. He did so. Witness and Con stable Hoare spoke to defendant. He got j out of the car when asked to do so, and i was unsteady on his feet. ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Truth at Last. SCHOOL BOY'S WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

The Truth at Last. SCHOOL BOY'S WISDOM. "New South Wales lies on l hf» ea.st coast of Australia. Its politicians lie right and left. The population is dense in the County of Cumberland, and a sight, denser in Goulburn-street. . Ccal exists in many places, and is chiefly used as fuel for arguments over wages. Engin eers have succeeded in throwing a bridge across the Sydney Harbour, and the cost has begun to make the ratepayers wish tlwy could find someone to throw it rom/îwhere else. Canberra, originally in New South Wales, was built on the banks of the Cotter River, and the credit of various other banks. It is noled for its variety of trees, saps and waterside re gulations. New South Wales exixnts wool, wheat, mpat and cricketers, when permission is given by the Seamen's Union. It is the eldest settlement in the Commonwealth,' and the most reluctant of all to settle. Transport is managed bj' a trust under a set of rulfs drafted by a mau named Rafferty."-School ] boy's essay, from an...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Record Attendance. LABOR DANCE AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

Record Attendance. LAHOR DANCE AT LIVERPOOL. Although their dance held recently was an outstanding success, the one organ ised by Chipping Norton Labor social committee, held in Liverpool Town Hall last Saturday night, eclipsed that record with an attendance of 300. The gay youn; folk thoroughly enjoyed tile even ing's special entertainment provided for them. Lionel D'Arcy's orchestra dispens ed lively music, and Mr. Harlell-Liaw was a capable M.C. Those responsible for the successful function were the energetic social sec- I retary cf Chipping Norton A.L.P. Mr. Regan, tile organising treasurer whose work was veiy valuable, the popular Mrs. Matthews; with the staunch support ot the president, Mr. Dooner, the social president. Mr. Burt. Mr. Haggar. and Mesdames Dooner, Burl, Rix «who was in charge of the supper room), a'nd Hav ercroft. 'Amongst those present were Mr. H. Lazzarini. M.H.R.. accompanied by his wife and son; Mr. Tongc, M.L.A.. ol Canterbury, Aid. Amor (Bankstown), Mr. W....

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MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. Mrs. E. Kemister, of Minto, is spend ing a holiday with her daughter, Mrs. Jones, of Wonoona. BUILDING SOCIETY. Through the efforts of the Mayor of Campbelltown ' (Mr. J. Westbury, of Minto), a co-operative building society has been formed in Campbelltown, which also embrace* Minto. It is hoped by the society that this scheme,, backed by the Government. w^J. materially helji to make Minto go ahead. To clear a blocked sink get some thol ride. of lime from the chemist, stuff it into the pipe as tightly as possible. Pour n boiling water'slowly at first. The lime will bum away the obstructing rubbish, : and the pipe will be cleared.

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"IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

"IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN." fl Mark Twain became known ns a hum Jj wist, and lie capitalised on hin reput** Hon to the utmost. He travelled exieirw sively and wrote constantly. He was! successful as a wilier, even more SJ as al lecturer. But his writings show a defi-i nile trend toward dis*.-» inaction with« himself and willi the wurld in which IKH I lived. His life was too full ol accomlj |plishmeul lo liave allow vd much limvj : for study. H Thß literary world of the Ea&erjg States of America welcomed him, jgB 'though he made no claim to the cu\\\mfr i real or assumed, of many of his flfiE temporaries. Certainly his most, jMyal advocates do place him on the inlfllect ual plane of Emerson. Yflt tJffiy will insist that his works have meaixijmore to the reader. And certainly tfcfcyf display, if not "schooling", great, knowledge of a vast variety cf subjects. Wc iee in his books, stalling with thc gayety of "In nocents Abroad" and '"Roughing II," through the happy sadré of "The Gild...

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Negligent Driving. CAR AND CYCLE COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

Negligent Driving. CAR AND CYCLE COLLIDE, ¿Manley George Wilson was before Liverpool Police Court on Monday last, enlarged with negligent driving of a motor car on Liverpool-road on July 24. H¿ pleaded not guilty. ' Constable Phillips, of Liverpool, said that at 3.15 p.m. he was at warwick Fatrm crossing. The gates were closed and a line of cars waiting. He saw Wil liana Uoyd standing on the edge of the bitumen on the northern side. When the'gates were lifted the first car moved off, a|)d witness saw Lloyd dragg.ug his cycle from beneath the second car. De fendantVrossed the rails, then stopped and camelback to Lloyd. He said he saw Lloyd* standing on the side cf the road and did not know hew he ran over the cycftL Defendant went away and returned an. hour later, and said: "What's it worth'\ to let the matter drop?" "I told him." said witness, "I could not let lt dr)¡>p." To defendant: \yhen I first came to you I said: "Whai ¡has happened here ?" I went back straight away to answ...

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AS RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

I AS RELICS. IWaiter : 'Did you say you wanted the j eggs turned over, sir?" j I Diner: "Yes-tc the Museum of >Tst-1 ' urra! Hist?!"''. ' .'

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Good Eyes and Good Health. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

Good Eyes and Good Health. (By I. CRAWFORD, Optometrist and Optician, 23 George-street. Parramatta). Light reflected from the green grass and trees undoubtedly contains just about the right amount of all, the different light rays that nature intended to enter the eye. in startling contrast to the soft, restful light of the open country. ls th» irritating glare and reflection \ve get from modern roads, stone buildings sidewalks, and other forms of unnatural objects and conditions with which civil isation has brought us into daily contact Worst of all is the glare from artificial light. It is under these unnatural conditions that the eye receives more of the harm ful Invisible rays than nature intended, and unless the eye is protected from such conditions, trouble of a serious nature is almost certain to result. Glasses that will absorb or stop off these injurious, invisible waves and still .permit the harmless rays of the visible spectrum to pass through, offer that necessary pro tec...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Station), LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REP/IR-S: We Give You the Quality as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. 'Ï Av-** Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel Model is' a unique departure from conventional design. The aerial is a self-contained inbuilt uni^. You simply plug in __ tune in-listen''in. WE WILL DEMONSTRATE/ GLADLY. P. E. Le M A S U R I E^R, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. \ JJKONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. W Y C H, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD À'--SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION LS EARNESTLY SOLICITED MAI)!: UNDER H...

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

PUBÜC NOTICE. The Public ora hereby warned that Artillery Practice will be carried out with live «toll in tile vicinity of HOLS WORTHY on the 24th, 25th, 26th, 30th and 3l6t AUGUST, 1937, lât, 3rd, 6th, 7th and 9th "September, 1937. The danger area is enclosed by án EAST-WEST'line through ORDNANCE STORES, MOOREBANK, on the NORTH: DEADMANS CREEK, on thc EAST; GEO ROE'S RIVER, on the »EST; and an EAST-WEST linc throuafi ECKERS LEY POST ,OFFCE on thi SOUTH. Persons ehtering. thlg^area do so at * it thííir own <risk.A yff Red flags will beuafcn on tthe day of practice at '? 'the entrance to HOLS WORTHY CAMP and GREENHILLS. In the event of any person finding any unexploded shell, subsequent to the practice, he ls hereby warned not to touch it. He should inform Ithe near est Military -pr Police Office ' of its locality. /£g (Sgd.) L< DAVIES, Major, ' Chie¿ lostnictoi-. School of Artillery. SHIRE OF NEPEAN. "B - ORIGINAL-LISTS OF ELECTORS AND RATEPAYERS. NOTICE ts her...

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TENNIS TANGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

TENNIS TANGLES. 1 . i By "ACE.") j During the match between Max Ray- , uer and Gordon Salway last Saturday. Max returned a ball which hit the um pire's foot and then fell into Gordon's court, and Bill Nicholls, who was acting as mpiie, was a bit perplexed as to what decision to give, but finally award ed the por.it to Gordon. Was this decision correct ? Yes; for Max lost the point. * * » In the middle of a hot rally betwefti Bruce Kirkpatrick and Alf. Dowse on Saturday, Alf. heavily chopped a ball, which landed in Bruce's court and then bounced back over the net again; but Bruce, who was running quickly up, just had time to lean over the net and touch the ball with his racket before it hit the ground. , ' _,. iNow who won the point ' Bruce, for he was quite within the ruies in leaning over the net to play this shot, providing that he. his racket, or his clothes do not touch the net in doing s*,. * * * . During an exciting set between Pete Elford and Eric Penny on Y Hurry court ! las...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS j ASSOCIATION. 1 LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. E. Penney defeated F. Ollis 6/0, 6/3: A. Dowse d. B. Kirkpatrick 7/5, 4/6, 6/3; J. Ashcroft d. H. Daley 6/2, 6/4; H. Brown d. W. Parker 2/6, 7/5, 6/1; Miss Thomas d. Miss Blinman 6/0, 6/3; M. Rayner v G. salway 6/4 (unfinished); Nicholls and Rayner d. Schell and Schell 8/10, 7/5. 6/1; Ollis and Grundy d. I Gonlnan and Stanton 6/0, 4/6, 6/4; Howlett and Miss Rae d. Dunn and Miss Blinman 6/1. 6/2; Cole and Miss Banks ? d. Metcalf and Miss Mahon 6/0, 6/3; iCook and Miss Thomas d. Elford and ' Miss Threlkeld 11/9. 6/3; Ashcroft ano Miss "Dowse d. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. I Topen 6/4, 6/fl, 6/4; Croker and Mrs. Hall d. Webb and Miss Luff 6/2, 6/2; I Dowse and Miss Morgan d. Clissold and Miss Tuck 7/5, 6/4; Egelion and Mrs. 1 Clissold d. Roberts and Mrs. Brumby 6/3, 7/5; Jeffrey and Mrs. Jeffrey d. Harrison] avid Miss Coles 6/1, 2/6, 6/3; Collins and Miss Webster d. Newham and Mrs. Reader 6/1, 6/1; Brabston and Mis. Welch d. ...

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

HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 284. AUCTION SALES OP POULTRY, PRO DUCE, STOCK, etc., EVERY WEDNES DAY at 1 p.m. sharp. VEGETABLE AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY at ll a.m. OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. Agent for Alliance .'Assurance. TENNIS PLAYERS! FOR Your TOURNAMENT RE-STRING You can't do better than Liverpool Sports Depot k(H. R. AVRES). "The Home of Qood Re-StrCngs." Prices: 5/-. 7/6, 10/-, 15/-, 20/ 64 Championships won by Players u'lng Liverpool Sports Depot Rackets in the past five seasons. Job Printing, Good and Cheap, at "The News."

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

? Dotes ^^w^Boy ^ " Need Glasses j If he is troubled villi poor J " fight *Iel us make an examina- *| ? lion. The laiesi methods used « hy ns ensure accurate lenses J being prescribed. I I.Crawford Un. T 23 Georgi St., PARRAMATTA J S (Op. Court House). Ph. UW8998 S FOR SALE OBTAIN Special Servioe »nd sound Ad vice on all Propejfy matters, stock sale» and General Auction iníormatlon, con sult John V. Tully, F.R.E.I. Jw exam., Railway Station, Liverpool, v. FOR' SALE: If you have anything you I have no further use for, let itfce known through this column. y¡ ¿ EXCHANGE Nice Building Allotment, rn excellent suburb, for. a toed nano. Par ticulars, ring TJW9209, or write Box, 43, P.O. Parramatta'.___ FOR SALE: This is the column that will get wflftt you want._ FOR SALE, One Clipper Wradmill, with Pump, good order, 16 cash/ Apply R. Nasmyth, Rlckard-road, Leppington. FOR SALE, New Double-fronted Wea therboard and Flbro cottage, together with Í- acre of Land, 3 roonls and bath room, back a...

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GREEN VALLEY EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

GREEN VALLEY EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. A euciire party and dance took place on August 14 at Green Valley Progress Hall. The Moonmoths Orchestra sup plied the music, and Mr. Gibb was MC The ladies' euchre prizes were won by Mrs. Godfrey and Mrs. Barnet (equal); and the gent.'s first prize was won by Mr. Petaudi and second by Mr. E. Mc Dowell. The Monte carlo dance prize ' went to Miss Lavis and Mr. Burns; and t the novelty barndance to A. Winnall and L. Gilts, ether prizes, '.were won by Miss A. Raynor and Miss A. Sheriff. The final for the waltzing competition will be, announced later; but a euchre party will be held on Saturday, the 21st.

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WERRIWA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

WERRIWA CUP. Tlie A.L.P. social campaign director for Werriwa electorate. Mr. J. J. O'Neill, will oe travelling south within the next few weeks to organise the final dance for the Werriwa Cup. Wollongong and Liv erpool are strong favorites as the venue of this big function, and the matter, will finally be settled during his tour

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WEDDING. ASTBURY—BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

WEDDING. ASTBURY-BUTLER. Tile marriage of Jean, youngest daugh- I ter cf Mr. and Mi's. A. Butler, of WU- | loughby, to Mr. Alfred, second son of I the late Mr. and Mrs. P. Astbury, of West Haitleypoo), England, took place on July 10 at St. Peter's Presbyterian Church, North Sydney. The bride choose a long-trained gown of ivory satin and a little veil held in place with a coronet of orange blossoms. A bouquet of ivory stocks, hyacinths and carnations completed the toilet. Miss Rita McLean (sister of the bride) was her only attendant, and wore a frock of delphinium blue satin with a short tulle veil held by a coronet of del phiniums. The bouquet was of blue del phiniums and pink carnations. The reception was held at the Dis- | pensary Hall, Chatswood. The honeymoon ls being spent at the Blue Mountains, and the future home of the couple will be at Liverpool (N.S.W.)

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APPLE AND PEAR COOKERY. VALUABLE RECIPE BOOK FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

APPLE AND PEAR COOKERY. VALUABLE RECIPE BOOK FREE. With the advance in the knowledge and art ol domestic cooker}-, increased attention is being paid to the varied ways of serving apples and pears. Many Australians do not realise that apples contain essential vitamins and natural mineral salts which are necessary for the health of people of all ages, and par ticularly growing children. Not only are apples, especially raw, a .beneficial food, but they cleanse the system, purify the blood, and also cleanse and nourish the teeth. Dozens of new and delicious ways of serving apples and pears are given in a valuable recipe booklet which has been issued in the interests of public health by the Australian Apple and Pear Coun cil. Realising that people living In coun try centres have not the same oppor tunities of attending cookery lectures avid demonstrations as those residing in the capital cities, the Apple and Pear Coun cil has decided to make this booklet available gratis on application ...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. Mrs, Beer, of Hanson-road, Bast Minto. ls ill Iii conmen Hospital. » . » - Mrs. Lewi6, wife of Aid. Lewis, of Hill view, is ill in St. Ives' Private Hospital, Liverpool. » * * Mr. J. McVicker, of Liverpool, who re cently underwent an operation in the local hospital, ls home again and expect* soon to be back at work. * * * Little Patrick Druitt, of Boundary I road, Liverpool, has returned home from 1 hospital, quite recovered. * . # I Mr. T. Nicholls, of Atkinson-street, Liverpool, is a patient in Liverpool Hos- ; pital. * » * Mr. and Mrs. James, of Hillview, are receiving congratulations on thc arrival of a baby daughter. * . » ""Sonny" Green, of Railway-street, is a patient in Liverpool Hospital. * * . A visitor from Adelaide ls Mrs. Bob Honey's mother, who will spend a holi day at her daughter's home in Hume Highway. * * * Mrs. F. A. Pritchard, of Minto, is suf feiingf from a slight chill. * » * Mrs. Fullager, of Casula, has been very seriously ill with a severe chil...

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A. H. & I. SOCIETY'S DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 19 August 1937

. A. H. & I. SOCIETY'S DANCE. Liverpool Town Hall will be'the scene of something different in dances on Sat urday next, when the AH. & I. Society ?will bold a springtime danes.

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