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

EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, j SOLICITORS. Wheatley's Buildings. The Cercen*. F AIRFIELD. MR. JOHN EDGLEY, Jun., attends .' o Fairfield office on Thurs:'av affmn'm; and Saturday mornings. Hi-, írsid n r ls in Vine-street, next to the Cailnlic Church. He is carryine rn irr wcv- j established practic3 of tif atr»e firm M thfl place of Mr. J. F. WiTianv l CM offlcv. 6 Wyjivsrdot ! ; Tüepiai*': E25S1. " . LAST NIGHTS, at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Sewion: "THREE SMART GIRLS" and "BIG BUSINESS." FRIDAY EVENING : Episode S New Serial, "ACE DRUMMOND," «I 8 o'clock. Reservations can be made at Theatre Booking Office. 'Phone booking will be accepted, 'phon? Liv. (UY4) 116. No extra charge for booking. Car parking service. . Acousticon for Deaf Service Persons 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., SEPT. 11-13-14 SATURDAY at 7.30 (Special Saturday Matinee, se...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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MOTORIST FINED 5/-. For Not Producing Licence. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

MOTORIST PINED 5 -. For Not Producing- Licence. | At Liverpool Police Court on Monday. Norman Lindsay Hines was charged with failure to produce his motor driver's I licence when called upon by the police.1 The case was taken ex-parte. Constable Phillips said defendant drove his car In Liverpool-road. Warwick Farm. When asked to produce his licence, he | said he did not have it. Defendant was fined 5/-. '

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

A. WYCH, STATIONER ? - LIVERPOOL START NOW WITH A LAY-Btt STROLLERS, ROCKAWAYS, TABLE AND CHAIRS, BICYCLES, a Boxful Sang« of DOLLS to select from, and a Large Apartment of MECII^fNlCAI. TOYS and BOOKS for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. FOLLOW THE READERS and JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY/2500 Latest Books lo select from. 2/- Entrance, 3d Exclia MAGAZINES - BOOKS - PERIODICALS .I- /.. DELIVERED A. WYCH THONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL. SHOP AT Albert Clyde's Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, For the SMARTEST STYLES MEN'S HATS, PYJAMAß, ¡TIES, SHIRTS, BRACES: Church Services. NOTE-Changes of these -notices must reach this office on Monday. ST. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL. Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones, Th. Sch. Next Sunday-U a.m. and 7.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, LIVERPOOL. Rev. Fr. McCormick,. P.P. Rev. Fr. Li?en. BAPTIST CHURCH. | Corner Norfolk and Castlereagh Sts. J Sunday next.-ll a.m. and 7 p.m. | Junior CE. 10 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. ¡ Holy Communion each Sunday morn ing and third Sunday night...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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SOCIAL AFTERNOON BACK TO ST. AIDAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

SOCIAL AFTERNOON! BAOK TO ST. AIDAN'S. The newly-formed guild in connection with St. Aidan's held their first social afternoon during the 80th anniversary celebrations of the church. This function took the form of a "Back to St, Aldan's afternoon" and was held in the church grounds on Saturday afternoon. Tile guild ladies and friends worked hard to have the grounds looking very nice, and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Old friends met and talked cl (ld times, and everyone seemed happy. The rector. Rev. Harley-jones. was. un-1 avoidably absent till after 4 o'clock. Mr. j E. ticcke te'rg charge In the mean time. 't Competitions and the afternoon tea tent were in charge cf guild members. Tile tent was made very festive looking with greenery and streamers. The re mark was heard that the St. Aidan's ladies do know how to serve afternoon tea. Trees were also planted, this being a very pleasant and popular ceremony. Many old friends came from long dis tances to plant trees in memory o...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S. D. Cricket Assn. UMPIRES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

S. D. Cricket Assn. UMPIRES FOR SATURDAY. A Grade.-Roseina v Cook Park, at ¡ Hartley's (Ransley and Bourke, umpires); | Moorebank No. 1 v Lansvale Pals, at Liv. erpool Camp (Pritchard and Field); Avoca v Moorebank No. 2. at Fairfield ! No. 1 (Wilkinson and McNaughton). B Grade.-Carramar v Ingleburn, at Carramar (Moore and Napper); Fairfield West v Town View, at Fairfield West (Madgwick and Bate); Woollen Mills v Cabramatta, at Liverpool Recreation Ground (Donan and Helson). C Grade.-Green Valley v Hill View, at Cook Park (Jones and Gilbert) ; Hor sley Park v Fairfield Colts, at Horsley Park (C. Ryan and Stein) ; Cabramatta v Ivy Leaves, at Cabramatta (Ogilvie and Tinkner); (Stand-by, Henley.) Please Note.-Play till G p.m. CRICKET SCORES. ( Club secretaries are reminded that scores should reach this office on Mon day after each day's play. Please write clearly, and do not use» Indelible pencil. Check spelling of names with players. Local clubs playing In other competitions also forwa...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL COUNCIL'S FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

LIVERPOOL COUNCIL'S FINANCE. When the finance committee's report was read to Liverpool Council on Tues day night, Aid. Childs remarked that ¡ council had almost reached its limit of overdraft. The position had not been I worse during the last 25 years, he said. I READERS-Support the Advertisers who are assisting to give vou a newsy district pap«-"The Ntws.'1

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILD FLOWERS PROTECTED. Police Issue Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

! WILD FLOWERS PROTECTED. I Police Issue Warning. , j With Uv: arrival of spring larger crowds are expected to visit the bush lands that skirt Sydney during week ends, and as native' flora is protected the Police Department have issued a warn : tng that any person who pdcks native plants or wild flowers will be prosecuted. It is also illegal fer any person to carry a ftnfam on Sundays, and th; law in this respedt will also be rigidly enforced. From the next week-end police and park rang ers will be on the lookout for offenders. Be kind-it makes your life like a June day, attraas friends and confounds enemies. Fame ls something »-hich must be won: , nonor something tvhich must nat be lost.

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R. S. & S I. L. A. LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

R. S. & S I. L. A. LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH. I The regular meeting of the above was held on Friday night last, Mr. H. L Duckworth, presiding. Mr. Harry Bird was appointed delegate to the annual 6tate Congress, and Mr. Duckworth alternate delegate. After formal business a social was held, with refreshments. Messrs. T. Heap and L. Heap entertained with saxophone and piano accordéon. Messrs. J. Quinn and C. Sample, of the P.M.G.'s Department, were guests at the social.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Liquor Act Breaches. CASES DEFENDED AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

Liquor Act Breaches. CASES DEFENDED AT LIVERPOOL. Orwald Cowan1 was proceeded against at Liverpool Police Court on Monday for allegedly being found on licensed pre mises of the Collingwood Hotel on Julv 31, at 10.45 p.m. William J. Cole was charged, as licen see of the premises on which Martin was found. Both pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Holman gave evidence that he and other police went to the hotel. The licensee was on the front verandah when the car pulled up. He went inside, and ten seconds after witness followed. The licensee was then coming back from Hie bar. A bell hi tile bar was ringing. Witness went to the lounge room and saw Mrs. Kerr hurrying Ave men from the room by the back door. Two of them witness Knew-one was Oswald Cowan, the other Martin. (The other four were dealt with at the previous court .sitting.) One, Martin, told witness that no ques tions were asked as he entered the pre- I mises; and the licensee said lie did not know how Martin got in. To Mr. Finlay: I d...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BRITAIN TRIES NEW STREET LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

BRITAIN' TRIES NEW STREET LIGHTS. .Investigations in England and other countries have, shown that' traffic acci dents after dark arc bound up with tire street lighting problem. There are In Great Britain 560 miles cf road l'gh-ted by electric discharge lamps, which are said to rovide illumination far in ad vance o.* ordinary electric lighting. In the electric discharge lamp the light source is a column of glowing gas dis charged through mercury vapour ai high pressure. For a given consumption of electrical energy this lams is said to afford three times tr.« light of the ordi nary street lamp. On a thorcughfara illuminated with these lights, motor cars do not rvsed head-lamps. Stage Producer: My dear chap,, that won't do at all. You must look into her face anxiously. Try to imagine you're in a taxi watching the face of the meter. READ.ÏRS-Support tile Advertisers ! »ho are assisting to give you a newsy I district paper-"Tnt New»."

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

TENNIS PLAYERS! FOR Tour TOURNAMENT RE-STRING You can't do better than Liverpool Spor/s Depot "The Home of Obod Re-Str'ngs." Prices: 5/-, 7 6. IO/-, 15/-, 20/ 64 Championships won by Players win? Liverpool Sports Depot Rackets in thf- pair*, five sfasens.

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LIVERPOOL LOAN GRANT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

LIVERPOOL LOAN GRANT WORK. The Department of Works and Local Government has suggested ? to Liverpool Council that it should call fresh tenaers for' road work under the loan-grant scheme before carrying out the work by dav labor. Council will replv that, on the engin eer's advice, day lab-ir had been decided uDon. and ask for the department's ap proval.

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

(Opp & SONS, SPECIALISTS. CITRUS TREES, [lake the astounding rees at lOd. eacn, llOO; special quotes FAIRFIELD Courts Park.) L. G./SCOTT, B.A., LLB., SOLICITOR ÄND CONVEYANCER. MOXHAII CHAMBERS, 147A CHURCH 1 STREET, PARRAMATTAV^ 'PHONE UW6Î22. FOR SALE . ....-I,--r--, .i.......; OBTAIN Special Berrica end sound Ad vice on aU Proiio.Ly matters, Stock Salo« and Oeiteral Auction Information, con sult John V. Tully, F.R.E.I. by exam,, Railway Station; Liverpool. _ FOR SALK ; UVyou have anything you have no further use for, let it be known through this column. EXCHANGE Nice Building Allotment, rn excellent suburb, for a gjed Plano. Par ticular, ruiii Uyvy^09, or write Box, 43, c-.O. l-arraiiiftttj,_ FOR SALE: Thjs is the column that will ge" w».at you want._ NEW 1937 Model '.Southern" Tennis itacKet. will tu strung up wiih first juaiity gui wiien purchased. Was 50/. .»ow 42, u, Waicli mis column each .vcek »or end ol season bai gains. The -lVKRPOL SPORTS DEPOT. WANTED, RelijiWe ...

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LIVERPOOL RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

I LIVERPOOL RAINFALL. I Mr. P. Cabalan reports that thc rain ' fall registered at the Liverpool Show I Ground for the month of August was 188 j points. For the corresponding period of last year 69 points were registered. When washing silver plates or dishes j which have been used for fish, add 1 I teaspoonful of vinegar to the water, and all traces of the fishy smell will dlsap- | pear. 1 Doctor: Are you systematic? KÎW Nurse: 'Oh.no, sir; I'm Sister Smi'h'.

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ELECTRICITY UNDERTAKING. Liverpool Council Considering. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

ELECTRICITY UNDERTAKING. Liverpool Council Considering. i Liverpool Council proposes to pay a v:s.t to St. George Council (headquart ers. Kcgorah) to inspect that council's system cf electrical trading. Council may undertake the supply to consumers, on easy terms, of electrical appliances. Fatrficld. Holroyd. Cabramatta and many other council's already have similar un. dertakings. To clean watPr bottles q"icklv and thoroughly drop in imall pieces of newfc peoer with a little water ar.d citake vlg srdïsly. _ _ _

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AUCTIONEERING. EARLY METHODS DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

AUCTIONEERING. EARLY METHODS DESCRIBE©. 1 Iii our cvv.i country, the method of | conducting sales by auction has been in i vogue from the earliest times, and the custom has varied with different periods. | rhrea hundred years ago. auction "by sandle" was the method employed. In- . stead of the mallet being used to "knock | Jcwn" an article to the winning bidder, I m inch of lighted candle was set up on .he auctioneer's desk. Bids were receiv .d while tlie candle was burning, and the last one shouted as the flame expired »ecured the article. An advertisement in the "London Gaz ette" of 16B4 runs: "On the 15th 01 March next will be exposed to sale by candle, two elephants." This method was officially sanctioned by an Act of Par liament in the reign of William III for sale of goods imported from the East Indies. At a later period the method known as "Dutch" auction came into fairly gen eral use, in which a certain price was put upon the article being offered for sale ! and lowered by s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 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 REPAIRS:/ We Give You the Quality as well as Finish (in om Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY 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 tune in-listen in. , WE WILL DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. P. E. Le MASURIER/B. C. D.Y 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, (Jrietreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. THONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE: . Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITE. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLICIT...

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

ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE SALE FURNITURE, PLANT, «TOCK, TOOLS On Historic "MILTON F ARK." Gordon Avenue. INGLEBURN. on account of Mn On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER at 1^30 p.ri. Fall Particulars wlH be advertised later CARS LEAVE LrVERgODL FOR SALE. JOHN V. TULLY Auctioneer Uverpool. Teleptant: Liverpool 2Í?. HUder, 25,

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WOMEN'S WARD AT LIVERPOOL. Refusal by Authorities. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

I WOMEN'S WARD AT LIVERPOOL. | j Refusal by Authorities. j Liverpool Council has received advice from the Hospitals Commission that no further action would be taken towards the establishment of a women's ward at Liverpool.-Council decided to get other councils and public bodies to co-operats! iii a move to have this decision altered. ' The reason given was thal the Director General of Public Health was opposed- to such wards at district hospitals.

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LIVERPOOL SEWERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

! LIVERPOOL SEWERAGE. I Aid. A. J. Childs, at Tuesday night's meeting of Liverpool Council, referred to the decision to connect the sewer to the town. He said that, while he considered the sewer was required, the people had previously turned the question down, and the council should not place the burden on the ratepayers if they did not desire it at present. The Mayor said the matter had osen decided on, and was considered urgent in I order to employ local men on the work.

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