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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

PATTEN'S, «MW. SASH GROCERS. DISTRIBUTORS of GROUP TOKENS. Macquarie Street - Next Christiansen's, E R P O O L. Satisfied Customers! OF THE THOUSANDS OF COTOMERS WHO ARE SUP PLIED WEEKLY AT PATT EN'S STORES, OVER 200 EACH WEEK RECÊIVE A VALUABLE GROUP tOKEN PRESENT AS A REWARD FOR THEIR T PATRONAGE. JOIN THE HAPPY THRONG. Group Tokens are worth One Penny Each. when Exchanged for Valuable Presents. PATTENS, Macquarie St., Liverpool

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FITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

FITTING. Foreman: Everything here is run by electricity. New Hand: Yes, even the wages give me a shock.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

I-? I CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE CHURCHES. "Mind" was the subject hi all Churches I of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text wus: "Let this mind j be in you, which was also in Christ . Jesus." Phil. 2: 5. i Among thc Bible quotations compris- j lng the Lesson-Sermon was the follow- | ing: "Jesus went about . . . preaching , the gospel of the Kingdom, and healing every sickness and every disease among j the people." Matthew 9: 35. ! The following passage from the Christ ian Science textbook, "Science and \ Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: | "God is thc lawmaker, tout He is not the author of barbarous codes. In infinite Life and Love there is no sickness, sin, ' nor death, and the Scriptures declare that we live, move, and h»ve our being in the infinite God." p. 381. % I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

CONSULT John V. TULLY F.R.E.I. (FELLOW OP THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 247, ADVICE GIVEN respecting all Prnp-rty Matters, S ock ana General Auction Information. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft & Sons, piyim. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST I Ashcroft and Sons steak all those meats Suer as stand an/ Purity Test ! Here ar- those stooKS, good judges say, Can easily excel' the rest. Really the! Prim*t and Choicest Only enter tile Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meáis tttat are tender and juicy Th y mak&>from the Asher-ft blccks. 'Tis always this Popular Meat Mart Supplies you the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS arc your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat !

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LIVERPOOL SEWERAGE. £80,000 SCHEME ADOPTED. TO COMMENCE BY CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

LIVERPOOL SEWERAGE, j £80,000 SCHEME ADOPTED. I TO COMMENCE BY CHRISTMAS. 1 The Local Governintiit Department I foiwarded to Liverpool. Ccuncil ithrough Hie Mayor) the following details of un; proposed sewerage scheme: Total cost, £iy,CSli; cost per head ol population per annum, 21 -; population lo be served, 3941. This c lunie is on the same basis as provided in country towns. The amount of lilli,'-¡22 «ill to granted by the Government uwaius un capital cost. The animal cost ot work ing Hie scheme is estimated al U098. Repayment to be made m !)() half-yearly instalments <45 years). Council was urged not lo delay inc matter. A loan of about EUI.out) will be necessary. The Mayor said tile prciuus climate was over £84,000. He uókcd lile alder men lo adopt the scheme, lue area was new closely settled irnd they wtw nol moving willi tlie times. Council coma borrow al 31 per cent ithe uwerrimcni would pay interest in excess ul mis, ai ?well as making the above grant i. Ii counc...

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GIRL'S NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

GIRL'S NARROW ESCAPE. Miss Jean Wearne, aged ll. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wearne, of Liverpool, was struck by a car near the Ambulance sutton, Liverpool, on' August 18. The I little girl was crossing the road and a car, travelling slowly, pushed her into the gutter. Liverpool Ambulance took her lo Liv erpool Hospital, where abrasions were , treated, and after a rest she was allow- I ed to go home. .

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LIVERPOOL BABY HEALTH CLINIC. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

I LIVERPOOL BABY HEALTH CLINIC. j The following particulars relating to I the work of toe abovementioned baby health centre during the past month have been furnished by the Director General of Public Health (Dr. E. Sydney Morris) and will, no doubt, prove of in terest to our readers; Mothers of Mew-born' babies visited by sisters, 30. Work at Centre.-New cases enrolled, ; 25; babies weighed, 322; test meals given, i 16; expectant mothers advised. 2. > Attendance at Centre.-Infants, tinder one year, 263; under two years. 28: un der three years, 27. Total attendances, including mothers with babies. 328. Daily average attendance at centre, 36.4.

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Liverpool Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

Liverpool Golf Club I (By "DÖRMTE.") Tile fixture for saturday, 21st, will be put back until a future date. The ram and wind were just too severe, and club members found the comfort of the club house preferable to the elements out side. In the face of all this, two men battled round the -necessary 36 holes to decide the B grade championship. Tom Martin and Clarrie Hunt were Ute final ists, and Clarrie, emulating his brother Holman, won 3 up and 2. The average week-end golfer, working all the week, Saturdays Included, finds it difficult to strike form at the start cf the round. He generally has to play two or three holes before finding the groove ctf his swing and settling down to stroke making. A game on Wednesdays helps., and a little assiduous practice in between makes a wonderful difference. Both the Hunt brothers are on the threshold of youth and have done re markably well. They have taken up the game in a proper manner, absorbing professional teaching and studious meth ods cf c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

I BETTING (Znt FIRST-HAND ' Knowledge ¿2 TOM ELLIS / each, j Tuesday and Friday 7 p.m. 2GZ - (303 Metres) 'JvJJÂ&u (?¿Mb¿adZaAJ Tom Ellis: Best Bets 295 Elizabeth St., Sydney

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND ti ESTATE/ AGENT. SCOTT STREET, irtVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 284. AUCTION SAiiES-OF 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 ^Assuranct. LAST NIGHTS, at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each 'Session: "TOP OF THE TOWN" and "SWING HIGH, SWING LOW" FRIDAY EVENING: Episode 13 (Final), "PHANTOM RIDER," at 8 o'clock. Reservations can be made at Theatre Booking Office. .Phone booking will be accepted. 'Phone Liv. (UY4) 116. No extra charge . for booking. Car parking service. 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 28-30-31 SATURDAY at 1.30 and 7.30; MON. and TUESDAY at 6.30 p.m. Full Entertainment al each Session. CLEAR THE DECKS FOR ACTION.,. CLEAR YOUR THROAT FOR LAUGHS I #> Gin * .he coast s...

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SEVERANCE FROM CABRA. MT. LEWIS RESIDENTS' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

i SEVERANCE FROM CABRA. MT. LEWIS RESIDENTS' PETITION. Cabra-Vale Council was asked bv the LG. Department its opinion on the' pro posal of residents of Mt. Lewis that this area toe detached from the Cabra-Vale j Municipality and attached to Nenean Shire. The land is pnrelv rural, the petition contends, and would be uctter under \he shire. There were IS signatories. The u.c.v. of the area is £3434. and rates vaia to the municipality £60/15/2 (general) and £28/12/2 (electricity rate). The Mayor said the valuations had been increased by the Valuer-General. Tire residents did all their business at Cabramatta, to which there was a good road. Cabramatta was nearer to them than Bringelly. Possibly cheaper rates under the shire was the reason for the petition; but Nepean Shire would some day be in a different position, with elec tric extensions, water supply, etc., and rates would compare more uniformly. There was no merit ta the case for sev erance; although possibly the people concerned w...

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LIKE THAT IS IT? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

LIKE THAT. IS IT? I Mabel: Did you ask father for my hand? Jack (bitterly) : Yes, I asked him over the-'phone; ead he repliedi "I-deRt, vnw vtcs sp'Skrnj but its O K': \v:th m?." ! J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BUAKE'S REPAIR & FOQJWÊAR SHOF\ SCOTT STREET ^ößp^Fire Station), LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You the Quality as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. 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 unit. You simply plug in ne in-listen in. WE WILIy DT0T\ISTRATE GLADLY. P. E. Le "MTAS U R I E R, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. Job Printing, Good and Cheap, at "The News." GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBAN K> GARAGE, EPSOM RO^Bi" MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING, .PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLI AM SON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, ^-LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN* BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OK YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EA...

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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

THEY SAY Tliat Alan spent the week-end in bed with a severe bout of 'old man 'flu,' and when he staggered out on Monday he looked like Tarzan, with a nice stubby b.-ard. Roy's, in Macquariî-slreet, was his first poa of call, to gel a bil 01 a clean-up. * * . That 'Cooper' had a very busy week end ewing to his chief being laid up. He said that knocking five into shape all on your own on Sunday morning is good going; but the boys want to know why he marked number three with water Insttad o.' lime ? Evidently he petered out on the last lap. » . . Tl'-at all the tennis players sent up a large moan when Jupiter Pluvius washed ali the courts out of action again on Saturday afternoon, and 'tis said thai S.D.T.À. Secretary Arran Gore has gone quite grey, with worrying how te i get his programme over before Christmas, I Gus suggests altering the week-end to thc middle of the week, so that Mr. Mares ; can be 'tricked out of his nasty week end forecasts. * . * ' That Merle is receiving congrat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

TENNIS PLAYERS ! j FOR Your TOURNAMENT RJÍ-STRING j You can't do better' than Liverpool Sports Depot i H. BRAIRES). "The Home ofGood Re-Str'nirs." Prices: 5 -, 7 6, 10'-. IS -, 20' 64 Championships von by Players u'in? Liverpool Bportt Depo* Rackets in the pî."t five sea;:ni. <

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

i Liverpool Tennis Club. I Some excellent tennis was witn?ss2d during the ladies' tournament lase week, wnich had an entry of eig.'.i'c pa.rs, and, as the weather was all ti.at could be desired, au enjoyable afternoon's tennis wa^ the result. Mrs. W. Beveridge and Miss A. Rae played most ccnsisten.ly, and on tue opening of the handicaps they proved to be the winners, wi.h a scot; ci 4a games, from on 4, anj they also put up the best pei formalice by scoiin* 44 games ort the SLICK, the next closest being the scratch pair. Miss K.t cner ano Mrs. Ayres, with 41 games. Second place in the went was filled by Mrs. S. Brumby and Mrs. E. Milton. 42 gamo . cn 12. . The ladies' tournaments are played on j the club courts each Tuesday, cJmmenc- i mg at 1 p.m., and are cpen to all lady li ayers in the district. Owing 'to th? inclement weather only two matches were played in tie club nigle;: curing tile weeic-end, when J. Lomax defeated S. Brumby 6 0, 6 3; and H. Hindmarsh defeated a. Roberts 6/...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. HANDICAPS. Following are the handicaps which have been allotted in the various events conducted by the above association: Men's Singles.-Owe 40, C. Heeger; owe 30/2. R. Cole, R. Dunbar, H. Df.ley. W. Beveridge; owe 15/3, R. Hindma-sh; owe 15, G. Wych; scratch, E. Penney, F. Ollis; receive /3, Heckenberg, Schell; receive 15/2, W. Cook, J. Garard. Men's Doubles.-Owe 40, Heeger and Kirkatrick; owe 30/3, Daley and Met I calf. Beveridge and Dunbar, Cole ano j Webb; owe lb, Wych and Lomax, W. and G. Blinman; owe /3, Collins and Haines, I Elford and Cook, Nicholls and Watson, I swatch, Penney and Penney; receive /2, Haines and Stradliug; receive ,'3, Gonl nan and Stanton; receive 15, Heckenberg I and Brown. Cook and Garard, J. and F. Schell, Rose and Mahoney. Mixed Doubles.-Owe 40, Heeger ano Miss Robinson; owe 30/3, Beveridge and Mrs. Beveridge; owe 30, Metcalf and Miss Mahon; ewe 15/3, Cole and Miss Rae; owe 15, Wych and Miss Kltcher; owe /3, Hindma...

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FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

FISHING NOTES. George's River is again salting-up nicely and good fishing should be avail able at all the favorite spots. It ls re ported that mullet are coming up well, and flathead, blackfish and bream are1 to be had. During last week-end drut-] ing resulted in a good haul of flathead between Milperra and Tile Quarries, while bream and blackfish made up «orne good bags along the Rock Reach area . I Though some good fish lia ve been land ed, there ls also plenty of small stuff, I and anglers are reminded that under the new Fisheries Act a sharp look-out is be ing kept fer bags containing undersizeo fish. In the fresh-water portion of the river some good mullet have been 'noticed, and perch "as long as your arm" are lo be seen in most cf the creeks. With the good winter experienced this year some good sport should be had. The brown trout released in the river last August are reported to be doing very well and will be augmented by an addi tional 12,500 bi a fortnight or so. The seaso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

To see us about || YOUR EYES I There is no time like the §§£ prpsent to lake thc step that rap will mean better vision for {Kg yon. gip Entrust the examination ol §gg your eyes to us and if §5|§ placet are necessary we can . jsg supply correct lenses and Jsg stylish frames §|fi I.CrawfordLti 1 2Î George St., PARRAMATTA lg (Op. Court House). Ph. UW8998 g First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta, . .,-.) announce a -FREE LECTURE CHRISTIAN SCIE N y£ Mr. GAVIlÑTw" ÄLLAN^S.B. of TORONTO, ONTJARIO, CAlH(njA, MEMBER OP THE BOARD OP LECTURE8H1P 'PP THE MOTHER CHURCH, THE FIRST CHURCH OP CJJiaST. SOJENTIßT, IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, In the Town Hall, PARRAMATTA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER .2, 1937, At 8 p.m. The Public is Cordially Invited to attend. NO CARDS OF ADMISSION ARE MSCESSARY. WATCH FOR FURNITURE CLEARANCE SAdLE At INGLEBURN FOR FURTHER PA JOHN; Autionccr aiid^fc&Çlc Agent, Liverpool. Tntnc Liv. 24" AUCTION SALE CAMPSIE. FOR REMOVAL. MODERN W.B. COTTApfe. 4 Rooms and Offices,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 26 August 1937

SALE OBTAIN Special Service and Sound Ad vice on all Propel ty mattera^mbck Sales arid General Auction Intimation, con sult John V. Tully, ÇVRTE.I. by exam.. Railway Station, Liverpool, FOR SALE: If .you have anything you have no further use for, let lt be known through this column. EXCHANGE Nice Building Allotment, ht excellent suburb, foi\a good Piano. Par ticulars, ring ÜW920£k¿t>r write Box, 43, P.O. Parramatta. _ FOR SALE: Thia "is thc "column that will get what you want. DODGE BAKER'S VAN. This Truck ls hi good order,, lias battery ignition and is registered. Price MORRIS BULENOSE JÄodel. single seater, runs-very\iell,/lias new tyres and registered. Prtce/£25. DODGE T<ÏURERVgood tyres, runs well and registered: Nprice £27/10/-. Also large Î stop* of\ second-hand Parts, Tyres and TubesVor all popu lar cars. OROSS ROADS GARAGE, [ Liverpool. Thone Liv. 28f. FOR SALE. New 1937 Model' "Kro-Bat" Tennis Racket, hasMennjfely not been used, and will be Vewly strung when I...

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