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AUSTRALIA ADVANCES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

AUSTRALIA ADVANCES. íTo the Editor.) Sir,-In Europe and in Asia there are wars and rumors of wars. These, for the roost part, have their origin in national Ijovcrty, the lack of raw materials, ana the dearth of employment suffered by the various races. Compared with the foreign information appearing in the press, Australian news provides bright reading. In New South Wales, the par ent State of the Commonwealth, 93.8 lier cent, of the available wage-earners are in employment, only 6.2 per cent, ol those available for jobs being idle, in July last year the percentage of unem ployment was 11.3; and in June, 1933. 2G.5. In these calculations part-time i hands and those on relief are classed as unemployed. In New South Wales 8209 jobs were found during the year foi youths. In the press one reads that a £1,500.000 contract for motor bodies has just been let lu Melbourne, and that this will mean work for 1000 more men. There is also the announcement that the Commonwealth Savings Bank depos...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW "NEWS" FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

NEW "NEWS" FEATURES. In order to further increase the growing popularity of "The News" the management has arranged for new features to appear in the near future. j These include a comic "strip" J each week, which will amuse thc children and adults alike, and we feel sure it will be received with many hearty laughs. Another addition will be knit ting designs and patterns for chil dren's clothes, to appear at regular intervals. We are encouraged in these for ward steps by the increasing num ber of readers each week, and hope to further stimulate this healthy interest. Our object is to make "The News" one of the brightest pro vincial newspapers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

'THE NEWS' (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 17 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (NEWS «nd ADVTS.) FIBROUS PLASTER PARK ROAD, CABRAMATTA. G. V. SEAORAVE. Proprietor. THE LATEST IN CEILINGS-Large Range of Modern Designs. Ceilings Fixed by Competent Tradesmen. Recent Liveitodbl Jobs: New Liverpool Hotel, Hunt's Service Station. n°w Bank of N.S.W.. Additions to Town Hall, and many others throuhgout the district.

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THE FARM ORCHARD. To Prevent Damage by White Ants. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

THE FARM ORCHARD. I To Prevent Damage by White Ants. Even on the far outback farm, it is possible, with proper care and attention, to establish and maintain an orchard that is a pleasure to the eye and a source of satisfaction to the housewife. A prob lem commonly met with ls that of dam age by white ants. One cause of this, states a departmental fruit instructor, and it is often the principal cause, ls that the trees are planted too lew In the ground when first set out, no sinkage of the ground being allowed for. Thus after the loose earth settles down, the tree sinks below the graft or budden por tion, and the earth, mounding up round this point, causes the trees to rot round the collar. The bark then dies and the natural result is that white ants, always prevalent in new soil in these outback areas, are attracted to the dead tissue, and from that often attack the live wood. A few handfuls of lime and sulphur, mixed in equal parts and spread round the young trees, are of some valu...

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Women's Right to Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

Women's Right to Freedom. "I sometimes wonder whether woman has a right to the freedom that we have given her. There ls a feeling in many countries that if she docs not use her freedom a little better than she has bee; doing, we should take it back from lier.' It is scarcely surprising to l"avn that this pxtraordlnary pronouncement, made recently with the calmest délibération by a Congregational minister in tho course of an address to an audience of mon has not only brought a feminine horn ets' nest about hts ears, but has rousoo even some of his own sex to vigorous pro test. COOL ASSUMPTION. In tile first place the cool assumption of a sort of Divine authority by ma-n I over woman, the patronising allusion to "this freedom" which he has so graci ( ously condescended to bestow upon her . and which he is now seriously thinking I of withdrawing, is enough to make any I woman rise up in wrath and annihilate him, unless she possesses sufficient sense | of humor to laugh Instead. j After...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

CONSULT John V. TULLY F.R.E.I. <FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK/SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIV^j/pOOL. Tcl-phonc: Liverpool 247. ADVICE GIVEN respecting all Prrp rty Matters, S ock Sales, Truckins and General Auction Information. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft Ä Sons, wyiw. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and pons stdfck all those meats Sue i as siand av» Purity Test ! Her? ar ? thoseV, stocks, good judges say, Can easity exeer the rest. Really the Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are tender and ju'cy Th y makí from the Ashcrrft blrcks. "Ti-, always this Popular Meat Mart Supplies you the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! H.J. BIDDLE,M.O.O.A. OPTOMETRIS; ID OPTICIAN, lailway Parade, Granville, and 86 SOUTH PARADE, AUBURN i opp. Railway...

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Good Eyes and Good Health. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

Good Eyes and Good Health. (By I. CRAWFORD, Optometrist and Optician. 23 George-street, parranmnai. Let us refer to the comparison of the eye to a camera and Investigate some cf the defects to which the eye construction is commonly subject. The lens system referred to is supposed to throw onto thr retina an exact image of the object io be looked at. Such an eve is said to be emmetropic. It frequently' happens, how ever, that the eyeball is' too lon: ot Mo short for the power of th? lens system I of the eye, or that the lens system is j distorted or loses its power to f'x-uv Let us discuss these various defects briefly : (1) Where the eyeball is too lone for the power of the lens systems of the ? eye:-In this case the image of the nb- j Ject looked at will fall in ft ont of the retina, and we call such an eve -near, sighted or myopic." Thc use of «lasses I with "concave" lenses of tim proper power will throw the imagp baek nn'o , the retina, and thus correct th" trouble I This defect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

? ? DO YOU KNOW ? ? That to have Clean, White Teeth, and Firm, Healthy Gums, you should visit your Dentist every six months, and clean your teeth twice a day with IPANA TOOTH PASTE: Price, 1 /- Small Tube, Large Giant size 2/ Ask to see our range of TOOTH BRUSHES^ just arrived prices from 6d to 2/6/each. H. SH M.P.S. DISPENSING CHEMIST 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone; Liv. 39. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE'S LIME CEMENT TIMBER Glass Cut to Size. .Wire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware. Tradesmen's Tools. Paints and Oils. Metters' and Ward's Stoves. Best Selected Grocery';;. Colonial Wines. Pay a visit to Our St/re opposite for all lines of Household Ironmongery Crockery, Glassware, Enamel, Tin and Alumin ium Ware, Brooms and Brushware, Mats and Matting. Everything of the Latest and Eût City Prices. Tel.: Liv. 119. 199 & 201 Macquarie-st., LIVERPOOL. iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH:::;:::»^» That's a Mighty Sine Suit you're Wearing, Brown-« il!;! Where did You iii!! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

LAST NIGHTS, at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Session: "CHARLIE CHAN at the OLYMPICS" and "Let's Make a Million" FRIDAY EVENING: Episode I (New Serial), "ACE DRUMMOND," at 8 o'clock. Reservations can be made at Theatre Booking Office. .Phone booking will be accppted. 'Phon? Liv. (UY4) 116. No extra charge for booking. Car parking service. Acousticon lor Deaf Servier Persons. Theatre Now Operatej 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. Saturday Only-Sept. 4 at 1.30 and 7.30 (Full Entertainment at Each Session) Thrills be yond num ber! Excitement be yond belief! NEVER BEFORE have you seen anything like it .'...Tarzan the Untamed -Tarzan the Magnificent - Tarzan the Jungle Man-God - in his greatest adventure! Sfarnncj wítít" MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN . BENITA HUME _._ plus KAREN MORLEY and ROBERT BALDWIN in - "THE GIRL FROM SCOTLAND YARD," In Addition at SATURDAY MATIN EE-Episode 1 (New Serial) "ACE DR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

A. WYCH, STATIONER - » LIVERPOOL START NOW WITH A LAY-BY! STROLLERS, ROCKAWAYS, TABLE AND CHAIRS, BICYCLES, a Beautiful Bailee cr HOLLS lo select from, and a Large Assortment of MECHANICAL TOYS und BOOKS for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. F0LLOW THE REAUERS and JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY: 2500 Latest Books lo select from. ll- Entrance, 3d Evcliaijirc. / MAGAZINES - BOOKS - PERIODICALS . Kjf DELIVERED A. WYCH 'PHONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. SHOP AT - Albert Clyde's Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, For the SMARTEST STALES MEN'S HATS, PYJAMAS, TIBS, SHIRTS, BRACES: For "POP'S DAY," SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. Church Services. NOTE-Change of these 'notices must reach tlüs office on Monday. ST. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL. Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones. Th'. Sch. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, L1VERPQOL. Rev. Fr. McCormick, P.P. Rev. Fr. Leen. BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Norfolk and Castlereagh Sts. Sunday next.-ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Junior OE. 10 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. Holy Communion eac...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. ¡ The following tournament matches have been set down for Saturday, Sep ! tomber 4: Liverpool <W. Cook in charge).-1.30 p.m., M. Rayner v G. Salway (to finish); 2.30, Sorby v Cole; 3.30, Garard and Cook v Toms and Bennett; 4.30, Brumby and Salway v Pascoe and Hilton. Y Hurry <R. Brown).-2 p.m., J. Schell v V. Murphy: 3 p.m.. Miss Rae v Mrs. i Topen; 4 p.m.. Heckenberg and Blown v Attwood and Murphy. Ingleburn No. 1 <E. Bulpitt).-2 p.m., , J. Ashcroft v R. Keats; 3 p.m., Jeffrey t and Mrs. Jeffrey v Bulpitt and Mrs. Beveridge. I Ingleburn No. 2 <W. Beveridge) .-2 i p.m. W. Beveridge v J. Harding; 3 p.m., Misses Robinson and Banks v Misses I Clissold and Whitehouse; 4 p.m., Hard ing and Miss Davies v Webb and Miss Kitcher. Rhine Erin (Wych).-2 p.m., Wych v Brooks; 3 p.m., Daley v Penney; 4 p.m., McNee avid Scott v Wych and Roberts. Eaglemont «J. Stradling).-2 p.m., R. Egleton v N. Bramston; v p.m., Colli...

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HOCKEY. LIVERPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

HOCKEY. LIVERPOOL CLUB. At the meeting of the above club, held on Tuesday, August 31, it was decided to hold tile annual dance in the Town Hall during October. Two members. C. Thorne and B. Sten ner, have been recommended to play for i Metropolitan Association in the Foxall Cup, and E. McCooey and A. Keato for the Metropolitan juniors. Both these matches will be played in Goulburn on September 18. Should they receive final selection they will give a good account of themselves. This is the first time Liver pool players have had an opportunity ol getting into any of the big matches.

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MT. PRITCHARD PARENTS AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

MT. PRITCHARD PARENTS AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION. Next Tuesday, September 7, at 8 p.m., i the general meeting of the P. and C. As sociation will be of special interest to all parents, as a welcome will await me representative from the S.W. Council of Parents and Citizens' Associations, who will address the meeting and give a re port of the conference held at Goulburn. An invitation is extended to the general public to be present, and also to chil dren. The winners of euchre prizes at Inst Friday night's function at Mayfair Hali were: Ladies. Mrs. Larsen 1, Mrs. Bes nard 2; gents. Mr. Larsen 1, Mr. Porter 2. Other winners were: Tea service, Mr. Bunting; luck., door, Mrs. Ander son; barn dance, Mr. Greentree ana I Miss Dora Osborne; spot waltz, Mr. Rousel and Mrs. Atkins. I Mr. G. Osborne donated the novelties. I Mr. Wilson was M.C.. and Lee's orches tra supplied the music. The usual enthusiastic committee car ried out the arrangements. In the report of the benefit dance. Let's orchestr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

III TO DELAY CBtTINC {jj ii; GLASSES when yyou need ::i jj: them ?? DANGEROUS. To :.. be incorr^ctly/îitted is even ;;; more danfet^ui. You can get .!! !" the ¡jear-^ljualified Optical Kl III Service here, and only the ;;; beat ii good enough for your .;" ll I' CRAWFORD Ltd. ¡ .:: Optomctrísti & OpticUu», !!! ii: 23 George St., \-\ ¡ii: PARRAMATTA ;;; (Opp. Court Houe.) UWB99I. :;.

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WOODWARD PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

WOODWARD PARK. The ova] is now receiving attention and top dressing, and should be In good order in about two months. Brick lava tories are being built to serve both in side and outside grounds. Already the grass is making a move, and when this comes through the top dressing, should make a good playing surface. The oval has been secured by the Metropolitan Hockey Association. "I. have s°nt my wife away for an early holiday." a correspondent tells uî. We hope he thoroughly enjoys it. READERS-Support thc Advertisers who are assisting to give you a newsy district paper-"Tile News."

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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

THEY SAY (By "ACE.") That Bric Penney has Ute Indian sign on Prank Ollis, having met him three times already in separate events in the tournaments and blown him out of all three. Prank says that if he could have got a match on another court it might have been another tale. Y Hurry, Frank ? * . . That despite Jackie's strenuous train ing for the big match, Billy proved too experienced for him and won m straight sets, the second set being a "monocle"; but Jackie certainly had bad luck when he fell and badly injured his nY.ger, j which rattled him for the rest of the | match. Billy is now doing a mile road- ' work each morning, and thinks willi a I little luck he should notch the event. That Cec. was in a spot of bad (rouble when Randell led lum al 5-2 in the second set of their match; but a couple of mouthfuls of "spinach" enabled him to clap on the pact, and, taking five games m a row, he clinched the set and match, eec. claims that "spinach" is the secret of his success, and advises...

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SOLID PETROL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

SOLID PETROL. A fully-laden five-ton lorry travelled recently from Leicestershire to London on what is called "solid" petrol, made in Leicestershire from local coal. Aver age speed was 22 to 25 miles an hour. Referring to the matter, a London trade report states that consumption of the lorry under ordinary road conditions is 0.2 lb. per mile per ton rolling load. The cruising range of one charge is 180 to 200 miles, while the saving in fuel cost is stated to be about 60. per cent. It is necessary to adjust the ordinary car engint lo take "solid" petrol, but a number of firms have already commenced this work, and also the production of new vehicles which operate on this method. "Solid" petrol has the appear ance of small cinders, the average piece being about as big as a thimble. Coal of low value is used to make this fuel. Recently 1200 sacks of Irish peat were carbonised at the plant, and from j these solid petrol was obtained. The by products from tile manufacture of this fuel are...

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Liverpool Fishing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

Liverpool Fishing Club. Another step in the acclimatisation ol trout in George's River will bu taken by the Liverpool Pishing Club this week end, when 9000 brown troubt fry will be released in the river. Tne spo.s chosen for the release are Christiansen's old farm, and upwards as far as Punchbowl. Owing to a shortage of ova at the hatch ing, the Fisheries Department is finding it difficult to meet the demand, and the Liverpool Club will only have aouo lry instead of 12,500, as at first anticipated. JChe fry released in the river last year are doing- well, and when firmly estab lished should provide some goud spurt fer trout men. Members meet at Moorebank Bridge at 9.80 on Sunday morning. Fishing in the salt-water portion of the river ls still rather patchy, but some good fish have 'been landed during the past week, flathead, blackfish and bream being the victims. A nice 31b. bream was landed near Andrews' on Sunday morn ing, and there was quite a crowd fishing along Thome's Clear a-...

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WARWICK FARM COLLISION. VAN DRIVER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

WARWICK FARM COLLISION. VAN* DRIVER FINED. I David H. K. Campbell was charged at I Liverpool Police court last Monday with I negligent driving of a motor van on July 22, on Hume Highway, Liverpool. Constable Cantwell said that at 1.10 p.m. on July 22 he went to the Cabra matta turn-off near Warwick Farm, where he saw a Ford motor car on the southern side of the highway, also a motor lorry, opposite the Cabramatta turn-off. The radiator of the lorry was, against the near side door of the car. ' j Roy Keating, driver of the car, was lhere, also defendant. Defendant said he was coming along the Cabramatta turn off and intended to lum to the right, towards Liverpool. The car was coming down the grade from Liverpool, and he (defendant) thought it was going to turn towards Cabramatta, but it did not do so. and the collision occurred. The vehicle was a van. not a lorry. Both van and car were too much damaged to test the brakes. The front bumper bar caused the damage to the Ford car. Roy Ed...

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CHOCOLATES FROM WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

? CHOCOLATES FROM WOOD. The latest German chemical triumph is the making of chocolates from wood, according to the berlin correspondent of the Landon 'Daily Tel,°gTar>h.' 'Choco lates made from wood-sugar extracted from waste products are b.'ing- shown at the Dusseldorf Exhibition." he says.

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