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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

BETTING (2^ FIRST-HAND / Knowledge QI TOM ELLIS \ ' each ¡¿ Tuesday and Friday 7 p.m. 2GZ (303 Metres) 'JUJJ&JVUGahticiJùJkj Tom Ellis: Best Bets 295 Elizabeth St., Sydney With j TIMBER i If you specify that the Timber be supplied by ui, you will be sure of the best, and will show real savings. We supply Timber in any quantity for every purpose, / ® ss /LEX GRIMSON, Prop. _ 1 LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS I j^j Cor». St., LIVERPOOL. TktM Uv.2M, P.O. Box No. .. j=j iSlllllliTllllIESltlllKliillSlllllllllllllSIIlllllllllliSllIllllltlllllSlCIIIIBIItllllSJ DONT BE DISAPPOINTED ! I CROUP TOKENS J Make sure your Boot Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL MEMBi OF N.S.W. MASTER.BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. , T. P. FITZPATRICK THE MODEL BAKERY, Terminus and Scott Streets, Tel.: 38 Liv. , LIVERPOOL. OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR IS QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST...

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SNAKE ON LORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

SNAKE ON LORRY. Mr Bill Curtis, while shitting sand in-1 to his truck at Moorebank, dug ,up al large black snake and placed a shovelful j onto the lon v. He killed it with a blow | of the shovel. ;

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

COUNCIL ELECTION. Carilla, Chipping Norton, Liverpool, avid Moorebank Progress Associations met in a conference on Monday night, to arrange for the selection of a leam of 12 to contest the municipal elections in December. A special meeting will be held later to select the men.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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EGG BOARD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

EGG BOARD ELECTIONS. Every poultry larmer with. 150 or more poultry or ducks In the controlled area should at once see that his name is on the roll of egg producers for the forthcoming Egg Board elections, lo be held on Fri day, October 29 next. Poultry farmers' sons or daughters over 21 years helping on the farm are also entitled to vote, and their names should be enrolled. Rolls for inspection are now on view at schools and post offices, and the office of this paper. The poultry farmer has his opportun ity in October of expressing his approval or otherwise cf the present administra tion of the Egg Board. If satisfied with the present condition of the industry he j will vote the present board members back; but if not satisfied, as the majority are at present, he will vote for better condi tions by voting for a 'new personnel on the board. Do not fail lo see that your name is on the roll. i -

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CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. St. Aidan's 80lh anniversary week concluded on Sunday evening with one of the best attended services yet seen in the church, 170 being present. Rev. R. Harley-Jones was the preacher.

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NO LIGHTS ON LORRY. And No Licence. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

I I NO LIGHTS ON LORRY. And Ko Licence. Por driving a motor lorry on which ' the lights' were not showing, on August, 14, at 6.45 PM., on Hume" Highway. : Robert James Hood was proceeded against at Liverpool Police Court on Monday last; and he was also charged with being an unlicensed driver. He pleaded guilty on both cases and was fined 10/- and 20/ - respectively, with ll/- costs. In a-n explanation. Hood said he had just repaired the lorry and was trying it out. IEducation is a possession which can not be taken away from any man. r Epictetus.

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HERE AND THERE CLEVER DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

HERE ÄND THERE CLEVER DOO, Mrs. peter Wych, of Moorebank, placed a basket of eggs wi thc floor of the rear verandah, and later found the basket still there, but tile eggs missing, A search revealed that the fox terrier d-g had car ried Uie eggs one at a time to the back yard and placed them in an old incu bator.

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PAPER CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

PAPER CHASE. A very enjoyable afternoon was held on Saturday. September 4, when a paper chase cn horseback was organised by Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Sayers, and Miss D. Hickmott. A nice cup was presented by the members of the Woodlands Club. The "liares" were Mr. and Mrs. Leacock. who gnve a wonderful exhibition In the lay ing of false trails, giving the hounds a hard task in following. However, the country through which the chase was conducted was so entrancing that* the minor disappointments In following false trails were soon forgotten. The chase ended at the historic old home of Mr. and Mrs. Leacock, who, on their pictur. csque lawns, kindly provided tea and re-. freshments for tired and' thirsty riders. A fee of one shilling per head was col lected, which amount is to be handed over to Mrs. Ruwald, in aid cf charity. The cup was won by young Master Clive Shaw, who displayed, at his early age. a very keen Interest In sport.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

IF YOUR LENSES ARE NOT SUITING YOU, let us Quote you for a Re-test. Your Own Lenses can be fitted to a Latest Style Frame. Call and see the full range. H. SHAW, Mio.Fio OPTOMETRIST, / 195 Macquarie St., LiverpooV-^Phone: Liv. 39. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE'S TIMBER LIME CEMENT 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 Groceries. Colonial Wines. for (aniel, lats lines of Household ¡1, Tin and Alumin and Matting. Everything of the Latest and Best. City Prices. Tel.: Liv. 119. 199&201 Macquarie-st, LIVERPOOL. Pay a visit to Our Store opposite Ironmongery' Crockery, Glassware, him Ware, Brooms and Brushware and If Oaf Name is on the Label THE SUIT IS BIGHT ! WHEN ordering your suit here you can be quite sure that it is impossible to obtain better value anywhere. Highest quality cloths, expert work manship, and sound business methods have built up our reputation for Qu...

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GOODS IN CUSTODY MAN HAD LADY'S OVERCOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

GOODS IN CUSTODY j MAN HAD LADY'S OVERCOAT. j Edward Johnson was charged at Liver, pool Police Court on Monday with hav ing in his custody at Liverpool, on Sep tember 3, goods reasonably suspected of having been stolen. Constable Hoare said that defendant was wearing a lady's overcoat under his own overcoat, and when asked where he got lt,, he did not answer. Defendant was drunk at the time. johnson told the Bench he picked the j coat up on the river bank. He was camped at the river. He would have re stored lt to the owner, or, failing that, would have given lt to somebody. The thought never occurred to him to give lt to the police. Defendant was fined 20/-. ' I

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POULTRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

POULTRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION j OF N.S.W. i The selected candidates for the Egg Marketing Board of this active associa, tion are having a most strenuous time visiting the many centres of the Indus try. Large and most enthusiastic meet ings are being held, and poultry farmers are showing the keenest interest in what ls being dene. The pol'cy of the candi dates of the Poultry Farmers' Association of NS W., which includes the appoint ment of a competent business man as general manager, is being received with the unanimous approval of all gather ings addressed. Any group of poultry farmers wishing to h°ar the association's candidatos speak should communicate willi thev-general secretary, P.O. Box 7, Parramatta, or should call at headquart ers. 14 Phlllip-6treet. Parramatta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

RECONDITIONED and USED MOTOR CYCLES MOTOR CYCLES OF ALL MAKES TO CHOOSE FROM AT THE SAME PRICE YOU WILL PA Y IN THE CITY! We are DISTRICT AGENTS, for the following MOTOR CYCLES RUDGE NEW IMPERIAL NORTON A , o VELOCETTE ; ' PANTHER INDIAN / ' TRIUMPH WARATAH K. L. G. PLUGS ST^/K E D. Watson & Kilfoyle HIGH STREET- LIVERPOOL. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. CHANGE OF SEASON/ BLOOD OUT OF ORDER? THIS CONDITION IS QUICKLY CORRECTED b/ using SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND-^, 4/6, A. T. MURRAY, M.P.S. City-Price Chemist - - - - Liverpool. SUBSCRIBERS TO "THE NEWS" Subscription to "The Liverpool News" is 4/4 per annum in advance, posted or delivered; Half-year, 2/2; Quarter, 1/1. Order through the Newsagent for local and district delivery. Telephone: Liverpool 210. Telephone : Liverpool 111. .PHONE: LIV. 223.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

500 REMNANTS. British Lino., 6ft. wide. M half-price. O'CONNOR'S. Remnant Bnop, Liverpool. Printed .and .published at "The .Ble" Newspaper Office, Smart-street, Fair field, New South Wales, by tb* pro. prietor, W. J. Bright.

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POLICE CAR AND CYCLE COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

POLICE CAR AND CYCLE COLLIDE. Ernest Orth. 16. of Ashfield, was rid ing a bicycle, at the comer or Elisabeth . and Macquarie streets, Liverpool, on Sunday afternoon, when he collided with a car driven by Sergeant Holman. The lad was taken to Liverpool Hospital and ' treated for a contused wound over the left eye.

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TENNIS TACTICS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

TENNIS TACTICS (By "ACE.") i During the match between Arch Keys j and Bill Nicholls on Saturday, a ball, i which liad gow outside the wire, was 'thrown back onto the court during a nally, and, bouncing in front of Archie, I inteifeied with his stroke and caused ' him to net lils return. New, did Archie lose the point ? No, a. let wa; called, as the ball came onto the court during play. * . « With the score at 40-30. with Ray Cole serving to Bert Sorby to their match on Saturday, Ray with his fir.it ssrvice served a fault, which hft the wirenetting and rolled back into the ser vice court, where it came to a stop, and tlvm Kay served his second ball into thc service court, where it hit the other ball making it impossible for Bert to return it. Should a let have been called In this case ? No. Ray won the point, as the first ball came to a stop on the court beiore h.'s second service had been delivered, and the onus was then-on Bert to re move this ball or pay the penalty for his néglig...

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OP ARTS. HOURS: Monday to Thursday Library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: 10 am. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 to-9 p.m. Billiards and Card Room: Monday to Friday, 2 to 6, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex change on books, 3d. j

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HORSE-RIDING. POPULAR IN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

HORSE-RIDING. POPULAR IN DISTRICT. (By "KAY BEE.") Followers of this most exhilarating pastime and exercise are to be seen ivi great numbers in Liverpool lately, re minding many of the older residents, no doubt, of the good old days when the horse was the only means of transport, and once more bringing home the old faying. "Thc nc¿>le horse will never die." Even the most modem car cannot offer that certain "something" that horse rid ing offers. Apart from Its pleasures, it has a great educational Influence on our boys and girls, helps to promote good citizens, teaches them to be kind cf ani mals, and in doing so still furthers the great name which Australians have made in the world of horsemen, built an the efforts of their forebears. No greater ex ample of this point is to be seen any where than at our own Liveroool Show each year, when we see small children riding hi the various events set down for them, made possible by the men and women who have the progress of their district...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

"THE NEWS" (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS:, LIV. 1 7 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and APVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (NEWS and ADVTS.) PATTEN'S, mI*L GASH GROCERS. DISTRIBUTORS of GROUP TOKENS. Macquarie Street - - Next Christiansen's, LIVERPOOL. 300 PRESENTS ! OF THE THOUSANDS OE CUTOMEHS WHO ARE SUP PLIED WEEKLY AT PAVTTEN'S/ STORES, OVER 300 EACH WEEK RECEIVfe A VALUABLE GROUP TOKEN P-REBENT . A& A REWARD FOR THEIR PATRONAGE. JOIN THEJAPPY THRONG. Group Tokens are worth X)ne Fenny Each. when Exchanged for Valuable Presents. These Tokens are Given on air Relief Orders. PATTENS, Macquarie St., Liverpool

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CABARET BALL ALL SAINTS' LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

CABARET BALL ALL SAINTS' LIVERPOOL. The initial ball of All Saints' RC. Church, held in Liverpool Town Hall last Tuesday night, was a great success, about 280 being in attendance. Tile function, which was a big enter prise on the part of lue committee, proved that the cabaret dance is the most popular, and the appreciation of this, by the wonderful enjoyment of the patrons, was evidenced. The tables covered a large amount of floor space, but was compensated by the pretty decorations, which included color ed streamers and beautiful vases of flow ers. The, supper was of a very high I standard, and the ladies deserve praise for the delicious repast provided. The organising by the secretary. Mr. B. C. Fitzpatrick, was again very act ive' and was ably assisted by Mrs. j. Cullen (president cf the ladies' commit tee) and tue committee, Mesdames T. Kelly, T. Bratchell, Matthews. Scliell. McFarlane, C. Murray, Munday, T. Mur ray and j. Threlkeld. Mr. P. Wych acted as doorkeeper, as sisted by...

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CHIPPING NORTON RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

CHIPPING NORTON RECREATION ' RESERVE. [ The Minister for Lands has made a grant of £15 towards Improvements to the Recreation Reserve at Chipping Noi I ton, the amount to be expended by De cember 31.

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