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

PATTEN'S, i», ut e a s H G R o e Eyk s. DISTRIBUTORS of GROUP T0KENS. Macquarie Street - Next Christiansen's, LIVERPOOL. 300 PRES E RÎT S ! OF THE THOUSANDS OF CUTyMERS WHO ARE SUP PLIED WEEKLY AT PATTEN'S STORES, OVER 300 EACH WEEK RECEIVE A VALUABLE GROUP TOKEN PRESENT AS A REWARD FOR THEIR PATRONAGE^ JOIN THE HAPPY THRONG. Group Tokens are worth One Penny Each. when Exchanged for Valuable Presents. PATTENS, Macquarie St., Liverpool

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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THE PARKING METER. INGENIOUS INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

THE PARKING METER. ? INGENIOUS INNOVATION. American methods of control of motor traffic are worth studying. That coun try has had a longer ' experience of the problem, and in a mere intensified form than any other. Almost every city is giving close study to road safety and the crowding of care on streets. One of the most ingenious innovations is the parking meter. It is now two years since this device was first started, and it ls in operation tn some 40 cities. The parking meter ls erected on a post about 40 feet high at the edge of the fcotpath. The posts are sufficiently far apart that one car can park between each of them. A motorist who desires to park pulls his car into' the footpath alongside a meter. He then puts a fer -usually five cents-into the meter, anc the meter immediately commences tc run. For an hour an indicator on tlu meter points to the words "Legal Park ing." When tile hour is up. unless a fresl fee is inserted, the indicator noints tc "Illegal Parking.*' It is. ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. "Christ Jesus" was the subject In a'l Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sun day. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the fol'.ow ing: "After the similitude of Melchlfedec Lhere ariseth another priest, who is made, not after the law ol a carnal commandment, but after the pDwer cf and endless life." Hebrews 7: 15,16. The following passage from the Christ ian Science textbook, "Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "In healing the sick and sinning. Jesus elaborated the fact that the healing ef fect followed the understanding of the divine Prlncip'e and of the Chirst splrit which governed th? corporeal Jesus. For this Principle there ls no dynasty, no ecclesiastical monopoly." p. Ul. .

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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THE HEALTHY HOME. MEDICAL OFFICER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

THE HEALTHY HOME. MEDICAL OFFICER'S VIEWS. A medical! officer of health in another State, in the following short article, makes a strong plea for greater atten tion to oe paid to tile physiological train- ? mg ol our children. "Domestic hygiene concerns the heaitn of the family unit, and is therefore a biancn of hygiene of paramount import ance to the nation. Our object is to provide an environment, physical and psychical, of such a character as to besi develop a healthy state cf body and mind. The psychical factor in any I home environment is. in my opinion, 01 greater importance than the purely physical. The home is the outward and visible sign cf the personality of its re sponsible members. "Unhygienic homes exert a prejudical effect on the minds and bodies of the inmates, especially the children. Both at schcol and at home every effort should be made to accustom children to healthy surroundings. The prime essentials are obvious. Ample air space in bedrooms, good ventilation, fre...

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PREVENTING TEETH DECAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

PREVENTING TEETH DECAV. Declaring that dentists of thc future must be dietitians. Dr. Cecil D. Hear man, at the Sydney Dental Congress, blamed modem diet for tooth decay. "Wean children on .fruit, bread rusks and meat." he said. "Give them n bovie to gnaw, a hunk of meat to tear to pieces. Cut out thc stase ol' sweet mid sloppy foods at weaning.'' Sydney, he adco, c«u!d bo saved a £1,000,000 dentist bill a year, if people ate the rijht foods. Dr. Herman is lecturer in preventive and children's dentistry at Melbourne University. * "No child uhder six years should be given any sweet biscuits, cake, pastry, white bread, stick sweets or roly poly types of puddings," he said. *A child will not miss sweets if a sweet tooth is not cultivated under the fallacious supposition lhat it mu^t have sugar for energy." HALF-PRICE SPECIAL: Babies' Shops, ail sizes and colors, reduced from 2 11 to 1 '6 pîiv O'CONNOR'S Kenmar.' £h.-.p, Live-pcM.

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

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S / REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire Station), LIVERPOOL. BETTER BOOT R E P J^l^S : We Give You the Quality as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' ANO REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. -füll * * ^ *' 1 0 WE WILL P. E. Le 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 tune in^-listen in. DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. M A S 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 MOOREBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. ly 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. W Y C H, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER IÎAKKKV, LIVERPOOL./ 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN' BRIGID/ A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR ...

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THE REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

THE REASON. Diner: I can't eat this soup. Waiter: I'll call thc manager. Diner (when manager arrives): This seup. I can't eat it. Manager: I regret that. sir. I'll fetch the chef. Diner (when chef arrives): I can't eat this soup. Chef: What's the matter with it? Diner: Northing; I haven't a spoon.

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EGG BOARD PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

liGG BOARD PROSKCUTION. G. Stanley was charged at Liverpool Court on Monday with having failed to furnish a return to the Egg Marketing Board, and was fined 20/-, expenses £2/2/-, costs 8/-.

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

EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, soLicrrons, j Wheatley's Buildings, .Mle Cicsjfent, FAIRFIïïfi/ / MR. JOHN EDGLH^ Jifti., atynds t'-c Fairfield office oiv^Thurlday jn^rnoons and Saturday nrofaings,llür residence is in Vine-street, next to^uic Catholic Church. He is carrying cn the wei - established practice af tile above firm, i i the place of Mr. J.,F. Williams. City office: 6 Wynyard-st., Sydney. Telephone: B2581. L. G. SCOTT, BA., LtTB., SOLICITOR ANn^Oin^ÉyANCER. MOXHAM CHAMBffilS, 147A CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA. 'PHONE UW6722. J. de FREITAS & SONS, NURSERY SPECIALISTS. ROSES. S. FRUITS & CITRUS TREES. We are prepared to sacrifice of our Plu 9/- dozen, £3/10/- pei over 100 lots. VINE-STREET, Hounding lOd. eacn, nial quotes FOR SALE OBTAIN Special Sovißfl «iidJÍóund Ad vice on all Propciiy inulteiViJtock öalc» and General Auction JufafmaUoji, con sult John V. Tully. F.K.E.I. by exam., Railway Station. Liverpool. FOR SALE: If you have anything you have no lurther u...

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"Newspapers Best!" COMPANY CHIEFS TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

"Newspapers Best !" COMPANV CHIEFS TELL. "We find newspaper adversing our I bcsl method oí promotion, and we pro ? pose io spend the bulk of our increased advertising budget tills year with thc newspapers," Sir Georgy Schuster, newly, elected president of Thomas J. Lipton, Inc., said recently in New Ycrk. "Wc favor newspaper advenisaig over the radio and magazines because news paper space allows us to focus the ad vertising better. Newspapers a'so bring us much quicker action. We have found that we get results right now, instead <-f having to wait a monih or mere. Our suivsys of advertising results have made us believe definitely m newspaper adver tising as the quickest, most effective and bes: ccntiolled method cf promotion " Of all the ways that motion l-isluic and film personalities ar? exploi ed, news, paper advertising has been proved by test and expérience, the m<"s: effective Mr. Joseph M. Schanck, chairman of ¡.lie board of Twentieth Century-Fox Film Co...

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Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

? Liverpool 'News' Agents Copies of the Liverpooil "News" can be obtained from the following disti let agents: Liverpool: A. Wych. Moorebank: P. Wych. Hillview: I. Laing. Hoxton Park: W. H. McEachern. 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: W. and T. Collins. Cabramatta Newsagency. Agents Invited from other centres.

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

[ IT'S TRUE! By Wiley Pad J SPENCER TRACVS ROBUST 6ARI1DNE IS HEAM> IN WE ROLE cf MANUEL A PORTUGESE FISHER MAN. HE VEARS MAKE-UP FOR T+)E FIRST TIME ! WHEN MICKET RODNEY WAS STÄ&WNG IM THE "MCKEyM^UlRl" COMED1/ SERIES HIS HAIR VAS OyCD JET HACK ONCE A MOUTH. IN 6 YÍAK HE MADE 68 SUCH PICTURES« BIMODRVICRSÄ fL?MING VAS SURMISED TO FIND THAT FREDDIE* BARTH0IPMB)/ USED HIS OWN SUIT (INSTEAD CF ONE FROM THE STUDIO WARDROBE) FOR THE SCENE WHERE HE IS HAULED OUT Cf THE SEA W "CAPTAINS I COURAGEOUS*: LIONEL BARRYMORE PRACTICALLY KNOWS ALL WE WORM Gf Tjjl FRENCH AUTHOR, ZOLA BY HEART. VHILf AN ART STUDENT IN PARIS HE READ ALMOST NOTHING ELSE-. ftAfcRVMORer AS CAPTAIN DIÇKO TROOP. LEO /fflE 6REATBT RMT OF J O FREDDIE ( I5ART-H01PMEW5] N MAIL COMES FROM NEW . ZEALAND( -"IT'S TRUE! that sixteen rugged Lab rador fishermen have just returned to Gloucester, Mass., after the most exciting event in their lives," says Wiley Padan. "They sailed the Gloucester schooner 'Spinney' 5300 miles...

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COME AND SEE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

COME AND SEE. Young Husband: We are just at my house; will you come in and have a Wt of dinner ? Friend (hesitating): But your wife Young Husband: Oh. that's all right. If her cooking ts a success, she will be pleased to nave another pat it, and if lt's a failure, I snail I

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ANARCHY LET LOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

ANARCHY LET LOOSE. In ancient Persia, when a king was dying, anarchy was permitted to reign for live days. Vice, crime and every base passion were given free course-but only for five days. The purpose was to show the people the extent of the de gradation into which humanity, freed of all shackles and moral constraint, could lapse. On tire sixth day the people calmed down; they had learned their lesron.-Horace Chauvel in "Revue Heb domadaire," Paris. It is a clever thing to know how to hide one's cleverness.-Rouchfoucauld.

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EIGHTIETH ANNIVERSARY ST. AIDAN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

EIGHTIETH ANNIVERSARY ST. AIDAN'S CHURCH. , 1 St. Aidan's Church, Moorebank, was filled last Sunday when the 80th anni versary of the church was celebrated. Rev. Harley-Jones conducted thc even ing service and commenced with the beautiful ceremony of thc unveiling 01 thc memorial window to thc late Mr. J. G. Brewster, who was a staunch mem ber of the. church. During his address on the 80th anni versary of the church. Rev. Harley-Jones produced thc church register, which was dated from 1857. Rev. Harley-Joncs produced the church register, which was dated from 1857. The present church has stood for over 56 years, a-nd the former building was known as St. Aidan's Church, Hols worthy. I Liverpool Council was represented by Aid. Nicholls (Deputy Mayon and thc J town clerk (Mr. J. Marsh).

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE, Aid. J. P. de Meynck, J.P. (Mayor of I4vwjw4> occupied the Bench, alongside Mr. BUSK, j.I'., ut Liverpool court, last Mcndqy. Miss con very, in charge of the In fant's School at Liverpool, is enjoying a holiday at Port Macquarie. * . * Mrs. Simpson, of Macquaric-strect, ls spending a week's holiday at Young» Mr. Tonkin, headmaster of Liverpool Technical School, has taken up residence in Croydon. * » * Mrs. W. Cruickshank, of "The Ranch," I Crcnulla, is spending a few days with her sister, Mi's. J. J. O'Neill, ot Liver pool. * * * Mi-. Vince Quin, of Northumberland street, is ai present a patient in Liver pool Hospital, where he underwent a successful operation and is progressing satisfactorily. Whilst mounting his sulky, Mr. Caw thorne, of Graham Avenue, lost his bal ance and fell when the horse t>3came fracious, and he received severe injuries, ?necessitating several stitches. He was admitted to Liverpool Hospital. * * » Miss Grace Nichols, of Liverpool Coun cil...

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GREEN VALLEY DANCE AND EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

GREEN VALLEY DANCE AND EUCHRE PARTY. A dance and euchre party tock place on August 28 at the Green Valley Pro gress Hall. Thc Moonmoths band were thc musicians and Mr. Gibb-, capably actîd as M.C. The gentlemen's euchre prizci were divided lietwcen Messrs. An derson and Aldred, and tile ladies' prize was slared by Mir.s Shields and Mrs. Bar nett. The lucky door prize went to Mrs. J. Keys, and novsl.y barndancc awards Miss Winnall and Mr. Biume's. Miss Gibbs and Mr. Storey annexed the I Monti Carlo.

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MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. Mrs. A. Beer, of East Minto, is in Camden hospital suffering from pneu monia, after a severe attack of neuritis. Allen Micheson left Camden Hospital last week for his home in East Minto. He has been suffering from injuries caus ed by a fall from his bicycle. Mrs. P. A. Pritchard is now recover ing from a severe attack of influenza. REPAIR WORK. A gang of railway employees have been working on Hie viaduct between Minto and Robin Hood, as thc cement piers have cracked, and extensive repair work is now hi progress. Express trains have r had to slow down to almost a stop while this has been going on.

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LET US SMILE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

LET US SMILE. Tile thing that goes the farthest toward making life worth while. That coFts the least, and does the most, j Is just a pleasant smile. The smile that bubbles from a heart that loves its fellow-man. Will drivr? away the cloud of gloom anâ coax tile sun again, : It's full of worth and goodsess, too, with manly kindness blent It's worth a million dollars, and doesn't ccst a cent. There is no room for sadness when ws eee a chsery smile; It always has the same good look-lt's never out of style It nerves us on to try again when fail ure makes us b'.ue; The dimple? of encouragement are good I for me and you. It pays a higher interest, for it is merely lent I It's worth a million dollars, and doesn't cost a cent. A smile romes very easy-you can wrinkle up with cheer A hundred times before you can saucez? out a soggy tear. It ripplrs out. moreover, to the heart strings that will tug. And always leaves an echo that is very ,likr a hug. I So, smile away ! Polk« understand what by...

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BIRTHDAY DANCE LIVERPOOL HAPPINESS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937

BIRTHDAY DANCE LIVERPOOL HAPPINESS CLUB. I Another year of successful runcuonlng culminated at the Town Hall last Sat urday night, when over 250 people at tended the second birthday dance of the Happiness Club, Liverpool's popular young tennis and social society. As the dancers entered the hall, each received a cap or mask, and the jollity started then and reigned until midnight. Orton's orchestra provided bright music, and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick was a wide-awake MC. During supper a beautiful cake (made ! by Mrs. Stanton j was brought to the centre cf the hall. Mr. Fitzpatrick then presented two handsome s'-lver cups, won by Mrs. L., Kemistcr and Mr. H. Pascoe in the club's handicap tournament. Mr. Pascoe responded cn behalf of the winners and called upon the popular young secretary and organiser of their many activities iMiss Peggy Stanton) to cut the cake. A great surprise followed foj- the young lady, when her brother (Mr. Jack Stan ton), on behalf of the members of the I club, pr...

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