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LABOR DANCE HOXTON PARK SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
LABOR DANCE HOXTON PARK SUCCESS. A large gal Hering of dancers lind Labor supporters attended the Hoxton Park Hall last Saturday night, when thc combined branches of Raby and Hoxlcrn Park A.L.P. held a successful danes. Marples' orchestra provided (he music, whilst Mr. Gillard acted as M.C. A heat of the Werriwa Cup fox-trot competition was decided and was won by Miss Saunders and Mr. Len Smith. Miss K. Laïlgworthy and Mr. Fisher were the judges. During the evening an exhibi tion of the Spanish tanso was given by Miss Langworthy and Mr. Fisher. The credit for thc successful function is due mainly to (lie secretaries of thc branches (Mr. J. Williams and Mr. W. Malony. Mr. M. Swynney, former M.L.A.. was present, and apologised for the absenc of Mr. Lazzarini, M.H.R. Also present were Mr. J. J. O'Neill (campaign direct or for Werriwa district) and Mis. O'Neill Mr. O'Grady (Central Executive», am" Mr. W. Morris 'president, Liverpool ? branch). Thc ladies served a delightful supper.
Negligent Driving. COLLISION ON RAILWAY BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
I Negligent Driving, | COLLISION ON RAILWAY IHtlDGi;, I At Liverpool Police court last Monday, Stanley c. liing was charged with hav ing crossed the centre of l"e road while travelling qver the overhead UrafTic bridge, at Liverpool, on July 25, in a motor car. He pleaded not guilty. Constable Hobbs said he was driving the police car over the bridge and came upon a motor accident winch had just occurred between a motor car and a motor lorry. The car had been moved, but the lorry was still rn the same posi tion as when the accident happened. A mark on the bitumen showed that the. lorry had been stopped by tile ccllis'on and dragged sideways and backwards. Witness described certain marks on the car and the lorry. He said the bridge was about 16 feet wide and had high walls on both sides, but on the northern side, at the western end, a steel grill was inserted lo provide visibility. Defend ant's view would be obstructed at the point where the collision occurred. Cross-examined, witness ...
HORSE FORM. TALKING LOOKS A SITTER FOR THE WEIGHT-FOR-AGE SPRINTS. Small Field for Next Saturday's Canterbury Stakes. GUINEAS AT MERCY OF CAESAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
IHORSE FORM. By TOM ELLIS, I TALKING LOOKS A SITTER FOR THC I WKIGHT-FOB-AGE SPRINTS. Small Field for Next Saturday's Canterbury Slakes. GUINEAS AT MERCY OF CAESAR. Talking appears lo overshadow th.? fiele for the welgnt-for-age sprint al Canter bury next Saturday. Yet the race U going to be a good one. Good talent ii engaged, including most of Sydney's ciocli sprinters of the moment. Present inten tions are to start Talking. His run in the Warwick Stakes fitted him for a race of this description Then, he bat the briUiance. Although the field for this Canterbury' Slakes may be bettïr than usual, he will win it without effort under the 9.0 hs must carry. If it wire a han dicap he would have at least 9.10. King's Head is the Ideal sprinter for a race of this description, should Talk ing be absent. Last Autumn he won the Liverpool Handicap over six furiings with 9.7, and after two recent runs since his winter spell .he is back to th ac standard ol form again. He was prominent in third ...
TENNIS TACTICS (As Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
TENNIS TACTICS (By FRED PERRY.) (As Presented by Melro-Goldwyn-Muyer.) I Fred Perry, the champion lennis player, who is well known io Australian hard court enthusiasts, has made a motion picture ior Metro-Goldwyu-Mayer called "Tennis Tactics," in winch lie demon strates the form and style which has car ried him to the tcp ol the ladder in that sport. In the photographic lay-out, in order that the reader may belier understand the photographs accompanymg this article, are seen six ol the exciting scenes in Mr. Perry's movie démonstration, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has permitted us to give the following brief report of the film. During thc film the spectator will wit ness the following elements cf Perry's game: When Fred Perry started wielding the racket 12 years ago, he practised against a wall. To-day, winner of the world's major tennis championships, he still finds his major practice by bouncing balls against a wall. Unlike most players, Perry does not change his grip for different sh...
263 Miles a Day. NICHOLSON'S BID FOR YEAR'S CYCLE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
263 Miles a bay. NICHOLSON'S UIU FOIt YEAR'S CYCLE RECORD. IIii his effort to stall olf the strong challenge ot ReM Menzies, of France, fer . the world's record for a year's cyclmg mileage. Ossie Nicholson, the Australian, rectally registered the amazing distance of 263 miles for ene day. Of all thc courageous performances In world marathon cycling, Nicholson's rid ing- during the last few weeks stands supreme. Despite the fact that he had to contend with bitter winter conditions in Victoria, Nicholson has regularly ridden over 200 miles a day. From August 8 to August 14 Nichol son set a new world's record for a week's cycling mileage by covering 1466 miles, which gave him the amazing average of 209.4 miles a day. Contrasting with the experience of Nicholson, Menzies, one of the foremost long distance cyclists yet produced by France, is making his attempt in Eng land, where, during the last few months. I he has had the benefit of delightful spring and summer weather. MENZIES SHREWD ...
Liverpool Marching Forward [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
Liverpool Marching Forward (By "CITIZEN.") During the last 18 months the progrès; made by Liverpool has been amazing. The town Ls fast coming into its own through the faith of its many far-seeing people in the erection of costly houses, businesses, etc. Tile hotels do tile town credit. New banks, bowling greens, ten nis courts, the outstanding agricultural show in the Cumberland District, goll courses, land selling at high prices, the formation of a building society, all point I their finger at progress and show faith in the richness of the surrounding dis tricts. As in any town of consequence, pro gress and productivity is always reflected at its annual show, and in this "Held Liv erpool's annual show is one of the best pointers. Produce, horses and stock pro mise to be the best yet, and with the al terations taking place in the re-condi-1 tioning of the grounds, accommodation, etc., we will be able to display the pro ducts of our rich district to the greatest advantage. I Liverpoo...
BICYCLES ON ROADS. SUGGESTIONS FOR CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
BICYCLES ON ROADS. SUGGESTIONS POR CONTROL. In America, as in Australia, there has been a revival ci bicycle riding. An alarming aspect of the traffic question in all countries Ls tile frequent fatalities where numbers of motor cars and bicycles are using the roads at the same time. In America last, year 800 bicycle riders were killed by motor vehicles and 14,000 were injured. Suggestions have been made on maviy occasions that bicycles and their riders in Ulis State should bs subject to some form of registration and licence. Quite a number cf American cities have adopt ed Ulis system. In Miami, for instance, every bicycle must have a license, and lt j Ls an offence to sell or purchase a bicycle unless it is licensed and registered. Every bicycle owner must take out a licence somewhat similar to the driver's licence required in the case of a motor car. Before a person can obtain a licence to ride a bicycle he must pass an exam ination and give the correct answers to a number of quest...
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
Liverpool Tennis Club. The Ladle ' tournament played last w-ck hud an ein;y of eight pail's, and some exci Hem lennis was witnessed dur ing Hie afternoon, re.-ulting in a very close irnish, as only seven points separ ated Hie eight pairs on the allotting of the handicaps. Mr?. H. Dunbar and Miss J. Brewer ? were the winners, from the on 17 mark, , with a score of 35 games; whilst Mrs. J. Shortis and Mrs. H. Ayres ("cratch) and Mrs. F. Spicer and Mrs. A. Hill (on 24) tied for second place, with scores of 34 game.s each. Mrs. Shortis and Mrs. Ayres had the best performance off the stick, witli their ulai of 34 game.s, from scratch. Fuiitwing are the resul's of matches in thc club .'ingles played last week-end. and al-o the matches set down for next w?ck-iv.d : R. Clyde beat A. Forrester 8 6. 6/8, 7/5; W. Brooks beat H. Shield (forfeit); Mrs. J. Shortis beat Miss O. Kitcher B/l, 6/3. Matches for next week-end:-Satur day: A. Keys v W. Nicholls. Sunday: R. Cole v F. Grundy t2>. M. Ray...
AERODROME SITE LIVERPOOL SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
AERODROME SITE LIVERPOOL SUGGESTED. A suggestion has been put before the Defence Department that land be acquir ed near. Liverpool as an aerodrome site, with a siding station to provide direct rall communication, with the city. I A non-stop train from the city to Liv erpool would take approximately half an hour-less time than the existing tram-bus-walk method of public trans port to Mascot. Land is available, lt is pointed out. at a reasonable figure, much of it suitable for a landing ground with very little ex penditure. The Defence Department is anxious to retain Mascot because of the heavy ex penditure already incurred on the aero drome. But the Public Works Commit tee is anxious to explore all the diffi culties before authorising £51.000 on an administrative building. That the Defence Department has re cently acquired a considerable additional area to allow for extensions to the aero drome suggests that it is determined to persist with Mascot as the commercial airport. If this i...
EGG BOARD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
EGG BOARD ELECTIONS, Thc poultry Industry es a whole lias realised tor some* considerable Urne Unit unless there is some radical change in thc condition of the industry soon poul 11 y fanning will not be worui while car lymg on. As a primary industry the pounJ-y uidustry ranks huh in the Com mon wealin. and although all other pri mary industries have at one time or another received Government assistance, Hie poultry farmer has not been recog nised, and, it would appear, lt -not likely to be. Tue poultry larmer must just carry on or get out. Under the load of debt many Hundreds have been forced Jut of the industry, and just as many ¿re still struggling on, hoping for better times to come. The election for the producer-mem bers of the Egg Marketing Board, to be held on October 29 next, will create thc opportunity for the poultry industry to aner conditions, for by a change of the personnel of the board much improve ment could be looked for. Every poultry farmer in the controlled area ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 2 September 1937
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Marketing of Primary Traducís Act, lf)2T-l!l.S4. rOI/L Ol'' PRODUCERS Ol' EGGS. A Poll will be lakrn on 29Ui Orlobr. 1937..for Hie Election of Producers' Re nresarj.alives cs Members M thc Egg Marketing Board for the/ Counties of Cumberland and Northumberland and tie Shires of Nattai an*Wo!londilly. Thc Preliminary Liai will bc on ex hibition from 4th s/jtcmber to 24th SqjtccJer, 1937.1 at /Police Stations or Post Offices In /convenient centres tluoughuui. il1" \&lt;rn controlled by the Board. N tressas/ forms may bc ob tainer! from C'Jifeis-iii-chargc or from tile Director o.' Marketing, Box 36A, C.P.C., Sydney. All claims lor enrolment or forms of objection must bc lodged with the un dersigned b'forc 5 p.m., 24t,h September, 1937. A. A. WATSON. Director of Market ing i Rei urning Officer for the Poll). "The News" Advertisers arc reliable; try them ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE SALE Furniture, Plant, Stock and Tools, On thc Historic "MII/TON PARK," GORDON AVENUfj^I...
LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937
LINCOLN. . Visited the Lincoln Library in Port Wayne: saw Lincoln biographies pub lished in all languages; noticed how dif- , ferent their illustrations make his por-_. trait appear. In the Swedish edition li* looks like a blond Swede; in the Jap', -an ese edition his oicture has a strong Mongolian cast of countenance; willie the Spanish volume shows him ns a defi nM«¿berty **pe'-Prtocess Kropotkin
6000 Tons on the Pistons WHAT GOES ON UNDER THE BONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937
6000 Tons on the Pistons WHAT GOES ON UNDER THE BONNET. In an average six-cylinder car travel ling at 50 m.p.h., the sum of all pres sures' exerted on the pistons is rather more than 60Q0 tons. Bach piston «tops and starts 5000 times a minute, and' at the point of burning, the temperature generated by combustion In the cylinder-head is higher than the melting- point of Iron.. In that one minute, each piston trav els about 2000ft. The aggregate distance travelled by the pistons in their metal cylinders ls greater than that travellea by the car. Conversion of those 6000 tons pressure on tile pistons to the work of driving the car depends upon the efficiency of thc moving parts. That brings us to the point cf this compilation of facts which apiiears. in an exceptionally interesting and useful booklet issued by the Shell Company, en titled, "The Whys and Wherefores of Car Lubrication &lt;" , The subject, of course, gets flogged pretty consistently in oil company liter ature, but...
Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937
Liverpool "News* Agents Copies of the Liverpool "News" can be obtained from the following distict agents: I Liverpool: A.' Wych. Moorebank: P. Wych. Hillview: L Liing. . Hoxton Park:tW. H. McEachern. I West Hoxton: T. G. Scott. I Prestons: Mrs. May. The Crossroads: Mrs. Prior. Leppington and Raby: Mr. Barrett, i Rossmore: Mrs. Askew. Bringelly: Mr. Montgomery. I Austral: Mr. -Starr. Minto: Mr. J. Williams. Glenfield: Mr. G. Downes. Ingleburn: W. and T. Collins. Cabramatta Newsagency. Agents Invited from other centres.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937
FIBROUS PLASTER PARK ROAD. CABRAMATTA. G. V. SEAGRAVE. Proprietor. THE LATEST IN CEILINGS-Large Range of Modern Designs. Ceilings Fixed by Competent Tradesmen. j Recent Liverpool Jobs: New Liverpool Hotel, Hunt's Service Station, npw n.ml? of N.S.W., Additions to Town Hall, and many others throuhgout thc district.
WELL TRIMMED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937
WELL TRIMMED. A man, entering a barber's shop, asked for a haircut, shave arid Shampoo. A small boy accompanied him. On receiv ing every attention, he .asked the barber politely If he sold sponges. On getting a reply in the negative he said to the barber: 'Just cut the' boy's hair while I go across to the chemist's shop and buy a sponge.' The boy's hair being cut, the barber said: 'Daddy is a long time com ing back.' The boy said: 'He's not my daddy, t don't know'him. He stepped me outside the shop and asked me if I'd like a free haircut 1'