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MOOREBANK. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
MOOREBANK. PERSONAL. Mrs. Gordon McFarlane is at présent «i holidays. - - ' Mr. Vic. Pantlln, caretaker of liver pool Military camp, ls holidaying at : Newcastle. ? ' I Mr. Brewster, bf IHawarra*roBd, is very ill at present. His friends hope to see him quickly himself again. Mr. Lackey, of Illawarra-rd., ig about again after a period of Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, ot Cooper's Avenue, have arrived borne from Vic toria. Mr. H. Elliott,, of Chipping Norton, who has been touring the various shows with his champion pony, ts .back again with numerous blue ribbons. ¡ Mr. Cooling, of Chipping Norton, is still In Liverpool Hospital. Moorebank punters are waiting for j "Bluey's". hurdler! BITTEN BY SPIDER. Mr. Donald McNally, of Epaom«road, was bitten by a spider last week, but prompt treatment prevented any serious ill effects. BASEBALL. Mr. Alan Hoy, of Moorebank, has com menced coaching baseballers, and last I Sunday there was a good roll-up of pros pective players. OBITUARY. Mrs. J. Ben...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
\ ^^^^^^^^ THE FAMOUS RUDGE & NEW IMPERIAL May be inspected at our Works, >near Ambulance Station, L I V E R P &0 L. EASY TERMS/7. Large Stocks of Secqnd-Hrarña Cycles. REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES. Watson Si Hilloyle District Agents for BRITISCO Cycles. Macquarie-St. Dialogue. Bill: That dog of yours looks terrible ! / Joe: Yes, Bill. He's off colour. What woulanx him up ? Bill: Well, I've seen good results from ATKINSON'S DOG POWDERS. I'd recommend them. They sell at 1/6 p:t Box of 20, from From A.T. MURRAY, M. P. S., CITY-PRICE CHEMIST. Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and Co., Limited,/ Sydney, Australia, / and BOTTLED BY K/ CHARITE FE ARN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool lil. When packing bottles of liquid In your luggage secure them by placing a piece of adhesive tape or Insulating tape over them, and then round the necks. Thu. will prevent any possibility of the liquids spilling. If you have not a watering-can an ol...
LAND VALVATION COURT. Appeals from Liverpool. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
LAND VALVATION COURT. Appeals from Liverpool. Before the Land Valuation Court on Tuesday, with the exception of one or two cases, where the objections were withdrawn, the balance of about 60 ap peals by ratepayers ' against the Liver pool Council were settled by consent. The appeals were under section 118 of the Local Government Act, 1619, against the decision of the Liverpool Council to levy the full amount of the general rate on the lands of the. appellants. They claimed that, for an area of more than five acre« o urban farm land, which they held, the Act provided that the rate payable shall be not more than one half of the general rate levied for thd particular year by the council.
Chipping Norton. PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
Chipping- Norton. PERSONAL Mr, L. Hcwarth and family, accom panied by Mrs. H. J. Haerse and Miss Hazel Haerse. returned after a holiday spent in Melbourne, Geelong and Bal larat. Thc journey was made by caV- tn good travelling weather. The only fault to ""rt 'vas thf> express rate of time. Painting and repair work is being car ried out by the P. and B. staff of the Derartment of Education at the locai Public School. This, with painting ol private houses, is attractive. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. Mr. C. Regan has resigned from the Chipping Norton Progress Association. The- intimation was received with regret. .At last meeting Mr. J. Bacon and Mr. R. S. Stephens were appointed president and senior vice-president, respectively. A delegation, consisting of Messrs. A. L. Marshall. L. Howarlh and J. Bacon, were elected to attend a meeting 01 Moorebank Association, to consider run ning a progress ticket in the forthcom ing municipal elections.
HIT-RUN CAR DRIVER. Two Injured in Smash. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
HIT-RUN CAR DRIVER. Two Injured In Smasb. I Police we seeking the driver or a car I which was involved in a collision with another car on Hume Highway early on Sunday morning. The accident occurred about two miles from liverpool, and one of the cars crashed into a tree, was driven back to thc road, and then continued on towards Sydney. The other car overturned and two of the occupants were injured. Mrs. Doris Stafford, 18, of Concert Avenue, Bondi, received shock and abra sions, and Miss Thelma Cardwell, 20, of the same street, an incised wound on the forehead and shock. Thc driver. Ronald Fisher, of Bishop street, Petersham, and two other men, escaped with a shaking. Liverpool Ambulance took the women to Auburn District Hospital for treat ment, i
ORPHANAGE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
ORPHANAGE BALL. The committee of St. Anne's Orphan age ball arc making an appeal to the gtnerosity of car owners for the "drive" on May 9 to Hollywood, as the institu tion is in serious need of financial help. I tlic 45th ball is to take place on May 25, and we hope the ¿ympathy of the peu ple of Liverpool will show strongly.
LIVERPOOL MOTHERS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
LIVERPOOL MOTHERS' CLUB . A soslal afternoon was told In Liver pool School cf Arts on Wednesday af ternoon, in aid of funds for the forth ccjni'."g Mothers' Club bazaar. There , was a good attendance of members and , fri nds, and a most enjoyable time was j spent in games and competitions. Th,? ¡ gathering was convened by Mesdames James, Han'"a, B Pullagar and J. Att wood, and the result was very satisfac tory. Mr?. McMorland won a cake and Mrs J Munro a doll.
AUSTRAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
AUSTRAL NEWS. I Austral P. and C. Association met last . [Thursday at Mr. Milne's residence, and ther, ' were fifteen members present. The chief business was arranging; for a dance and the Empire picnic. Various donations were received. AfJer agitation by the Austral Pro gress Association Austral' Sub-branch of . R.S.S.I.L A., Raby Progress Associa tion and Nepean Shire Cou.icU, this dis trict ls srortly to hav:> a water rwpp'y. This, in view of dry times, will be a blessng to the district.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
UTE). AGENT, /* .RPOOL. ¿47. EN ATHF^j"^ '^a^cs' Trucking ,oç/VS TO ^^rmation j .A-», vaille may bc sold through Liverpool Saleyards Ashcroft & sons, wy.IN. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the ME>T THAT BEATS THE REST ! ASHCROFT AMD SONS STOCK ALL THOSE MEATS SUC li A:; STAND ANY PURITY TEST ! HERE ARE THOE STOCKS GOCD JUDGES SAY CAN EASILY EXCEL THE REST ! REALLY THE PRIMEST AND CHOICEST ONLY ENTER THE ASHCROFT STOCKS. (FRESH MEATS THAT ARE TENDER AND JUICY THEY SIRVE FROM THE ASHCROFT BLOCKS ! .TIS ALWAYS THIS POPULAR MEAT MART SUPPLIES YOU THE PRIMEST OF MEAT! So, v-lirii ASHCROFT AND SONS are. YOUR BUTCHERS YOU GUT MEATS YOU CAN REALLY EAT. G. N. SUTTON, THE LIVERPOOL BAKERY HIGH-CLASS CAKES, PASTRY AND CIIOICi: CONFECTIONERY. IGHT REFRESHMENTS. SOFT DRINKS. CATERING DONE on SHORTEST NOTICE. By Its Flavor. It Finds Favor. MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. G. HARRISON,^ 243 Macquarie Street/ Lry^rpt SUNBEAM WOOLS froi^MV. Ackern SEMCO and A.G.M. TRACED LJÏ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
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AUSTRALIA'S SPLENDOUR. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
AUSTRALES SPLÏNÛOUR, ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. (BY th« Hon. J. M. Dunningham, M UA-, (líJB.W.). Minuter In Charge, Aus tralia* 160th Anniversary Celebrations.) In ten months' time Australia will celebrate an outstanding Birthday in the programme of event« known as Australia's 150th Anniversary Celebrations, from 2titn January to 25th April, 1938, The Gov ernment of New South Wales lias under taken the organisation of these, and for the purpose constituted a special Celebration Council of which the Prem ier (Mr. Stevens) ii chairman. Appropriately, the celebrations will open on Anniversary Day, 26th January, with a true historical reproduction.-of the landing of Captain Phillip at Farm Cove. This will be followed by an elab orate pageant rolling back the veil of 150 years, showing the development of Syd ney from a collection of native huts to a city of more than a million and a quarter; the evolution of Australian transport from the canoe to the latest in super-charged 8-cycllnder ca...
NASTY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
NASTY ACCIDENT; A narrow escape irom serious injury was experienced by Mr. M. Mellish, of Hillview, last Sunday. He was riding a bicycle along Hoxtoi» Park-road with his daughter on the bar, when the front fork broke and they fell together. Mr. Mellish suffered a lacerated chin and scalp wounds, and his daughter received scalp wounds. , Liverpool Ambulance rendered first aid and then took them to hospital, where they received treatment and returned home.
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
i HOCKEY. Liverpool Hockey Club met last, week and appointed the following officers and committee: President, Mr. W. A. Har man; secretary, Mr. B. Hunt; treasurer, Mr. W. G. Harman. Committeemen (With officers): Messrs. A. Boulton ano P. Clark. The competition commences on May 1.
ANZAC DAY. LIVERPOOL DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
UVmPQoä .DIOOERS. Quit« a conUtigwt of Liverpool Dig ger* assembled m »he Domain prepara» tory to joining thelia various units for the Anzac Day march. «Big crowds lined the route of the marehi through the city, friends and relativeslturning up In force to see the soldiers mfrch. As the troops marched past the Cenotaph all hate were removed and the soldiers saluted with "eyes right." \ The Cenotaph, 'In charge of Col. Mur phy, was a mass of beautiful wreaths. After the procession the Liverpool Diggers assembled for) their annual din ner. Among those »resent were Harry Bird, Dick Alchin. /Frank Doran, W. Mahoney. H. L. Duckworth, p. HardestyJ w. Sewell, J. Fitzpatrick, Jack 'Thorne,1 B. .Bowden, C. E. Saun ai, L. J. Tolmie, P. Med lld, Amongst the vis Baldwin, F. Preston. A. ', and Arthur Quill. Jim Sheppard, ders, F. C. ley, and R f the Liverpool branch MR^eñ"^"1»8 with the silent] Bill mouth ed his Saunde: Comrades." Harry 'Liverpool Branch," that of "The Vls sponded to by Dig pres...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
BOWLS. Three rinks from Liverpool visited Hunter's HIM on 21st Instant, and were defeated by 27 points. The scores were: (Hunter's Hill first mentioned): McDon ald. Shifls, Davis. Martin 30, Inglis, Clinic Webb, Marsden 12: Bennett, Lovejoy. Chapman, Rinaldi 29, v Watt. Dr. Love (pv. nieen. Lonemiitr 17: Lirohsrt. Bren nan. Kra°r,n, Marsh 15 y Weal. Dymock Taylor, Potts 16. Totals 74 and 47.
A CRICKET OUTING. MATCH AT CHIPPING NORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
A CRICKET OUTING. MATCH AT CHIPPING NORTON. The return cricket match, Mr. Ken nett's team from Glenfield, versus à team of Liverpool Fruit-Growers' Association, took place at Chipping Norton, and re sulted in another win for the local team. Mr. Jack Kennett was skipper of the Glenfield team and Mr. A. J. Childs led the locals. Childs again won the toss (always does) and sent Glenfield In to bat. A Childs (father) opened the attack, and B. Childs (son) bowled from the other end. The two opening batsmen started very confidently, but eventually were out for 10 and 14, after which a total collapse took place, with the remainder of the team, the last seven batsment being dis missed without scoring: A. Childs took 7 wickets for 13 runs off 5 overs (taking S wicket« with 6 balls in. the last over). B. Childs took 8 wickets for 16 runs, and there were 6 sundries, making a total of 35 nins for the first innings. The local team scored 152 runs (B. Childs 70, J. Childs 28. J. Schell 18, be ing...
GALA DANCE LIVERPOOL A.L.P. SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937
'émb ifXH C E WVBRPOOL ÁI*P. SUCCESS, Over Seo attended the gala "Mue and white" dunce, held In the Town Hall, liverpool, last Saturday night. The won derruí success of the function speaks highly for the Organising ability of Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Neill, the proceeds going to augment the A.L.P. Federal Fighting Fund. The ladles' committee who helped witn the supper included Mesdames Hayden, MdEvoy, O'Brien and Emery. The Moonmoths Orchestra played ex cellent music, whilst Mr. Terry Fitepat , rick carried out the duties of M.G. _ 1 The prizes for the prettiest frocks worn were awarded to MiBses Pearson and Newman. ' The semi-finals of the fox-trot compe tition were keenly contested, and ten couples were selected for Ute final, to be held at a later date. During the evening a presentation of a gold cigarette case was made to Mr. P. O'Grady, formerly secretary at Liv erpool branch, by Mr. H. P. Lazarini. M.H.R. Eulogistic references were made to Mr. O' Grady's great work for the executive,...