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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

M. Chi Ma* Tel. Liy, r---i i THE M Cn Terminus r Tel.: 38. Liv. y^>', OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR IS QUALITY A's. I*«t ^ Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor: OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. 1894 .- . ESTABLISHED- 1894 MURRAY'S BREAD SPEAKS FOB/ITSELF. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and Quality. Tel. 433. \s George St., Liverpool. No connection with any other firm. RELIEF COUPONS ACCEPTED. FITZPATRICK BRO TlfE R S, General Storekeepers & ProducVMerchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Sjfeet, Liverpool. TELEPHON«: I'IVERPOOt 63. We désiré to particularly méntion that we stock only thé Béât ófy¿fl Goods - Groceries, Dairy Prddücéi Èt&hf Pollárd, ChäfF, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE-SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED to all Parts of the District. Half the world is on the wrong scent In the pursuit of happiness. They think it consists in having and getting, and in being served by others. In consists In giving and in serving...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEEL RATIONED IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

STEEL, RATIONED IN GERMANT. The use of steel for constructional purposes ls already strictly rationed ,ln Germany. Orders for girders, for new buildings are allowed to be carried out only in proportion to the national im .icrtance of the work. It is believed to be chiefly on tills ac ^unt that the completion of the new underground railway in Berlin, which wes to have been opened for the Olympic Games last summer, will be held- up for at least a year. Other projects which do ! not directly fall withlnjitejH^<jjfc»tf»e,J mUitarj-econc^e^Î^r^Çiear Plan are" being'delayed almost indefinitely. Oil. lt isn't the learning we display, | but the love and the smile that we give away that will count when we come to the End of the Day and square our ac count with God.

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IT'S TRUE! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

iTS TRUE! By Wiley Padan "irs TRUEI that Myrna Loy is Holly wood's paradoxf says Wiley Padan. "Born on a cattle ranch, she first achieved fame as an Oriental temple girl - An excel lent housekeeper, she,]ïs.invariably shown as a"la'dy of wealth, surrounded by servants-Lover of outdoor sports, ahr 3_''»"»": Ü depicted_a.s a languid, hsbitoe ç^drswing rooms!?

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Tennis Club Dance. OUTSTANDING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

Tennis Club Dance. OUTSTANDING SUCCESS. The second tennis club dance of the I series, held in the Masonic Hall Liver I pool, on Saturday night last, proved an outstanding success, the attendance be 1 lng well over 100, and all present spent a most enjoyable evening dancing to the strains of Glan Martyn's popular or chestra. The hall was gaily decorated with col ored streamers, Japanese lanterns ana umbrellas, and presented quite a pretty scene, especially during the "twilight dance," when the main lights were switched off and the dancers danced in the rosy-colored arc of the spotlight. One of the.most enjoyable features of i the evening was the revival of the ' "crocodile crawl" one-step, a dance < which the club originated some years ago and which always provides lots of fun and laughter. Mr. Harry Fabrls. now of Katoomba, who was again present, with Mrs. Pabrls, H nd who was the original leader of the "crocodile,'' was again at his old post and kept the bays moving with...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

TH E Y IA Y (By "Acte.") That Bobby Mac gok so excited when his friend Mas Rayne* k.o.'d his oppon ent at the Carlton stadium that he threw his arms rounJd the blonde giri sluing next to him arod bestowed on her two affectionate kl&sds. Bobby was very embarrassed at his met, and later on apologised to the blonde's nancee to avcid complicationsß That Ray Cole aaJ his partner put up a splendid performance to win the tour nament on MondajY last from a hot Held, nnd the A grap; mixed pairs will han« i to look out latár in the year. Con gratu'etions. Ray anti Al. That "Switch' Wych) was one of the outstanding players itu. the tournament; but, from Just bad iuM, did not get a oise». Nevertheless, histabUity at dodg ing the Job of umpiring iKàoV him th? envy of all the other boyi. wWjt about taking Dr. McElhone's Jo» at udVWhib City. Gus? \ «rank. That all the golf boys wanteen thlkan Hunt to snout for tile 'house' idmltlefce 'broke' the poker machine at %e saiA last wsek; but as H...

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FLOWER SHOW INGLEBURN HALL ABLOOM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

FLOWER-SHOW INGLEBURN HALL ABLOOM. Ingleburn Horticultural Society held its autumn exhibition in the Literary In situte Hall on Saturday afternoon and evening. The profusion of outstanding flowers was well worth seeing and pre sented a picturesque sight, being arrang ed to show to splendid advantage. Roses and chrysanthemums predominated, and thc decorative workers was excellent. The official opening was performed by Mr. H. P. Lazzarini, Mil JR., at 8 p.m. He congratulated the society and the exhibitors on the high standard of the blooms, which reflected favorably on the j district. i Aid. G. Naylor (genial president), the courteous secretary (Mr. A. B. Mcinnes), also Mr. Wood's enthusiastic committee members made themselves busy in vari ous directions, and several aldermen were present as part of a good attendance, also Mr. W. Harman, of Liverpool So ciety. Had the weather been fine un doubtedly still more would have patron ised the show. The judges were Mr. Kendall (Sydney R.AS.)....

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PEACEFUL! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

PEACEFUL I A rough-looking man was charged w'tti disorderly conduct. After t.he evi c ence bed been iheard, the magistrate asked hun sternly: "And you tell me yoni ar; a lover cf peace ?" "I certainly do," replied the defend »ht. ?> ''And yet,*' continued the magistrate, .'y u were seen to drop a brick on top cf t'-e constable's h'ad." "That's right," returned tile man in the dock. "And what's more your w rshlp, I sih't never seen anyone more peaceful than he WAS after i'd dropped that brick on his napper." Throughout the year why not keep sweet ? No frown ever made a heart glad; no complaint ever made a dark day bright; no bitter word ever lightened a ?burden or made a rough road smooth; no grumbling ever Introduced sunshine Into a home. What the world needs is the- resolute step, the look of cheer, the smiling- sountenance, and the kinaiy word. Keep sweet. ?G. L. Perin.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

BASEBALL. (By "SNOWY") I Kext SBturfiay, at Woodward Park, Liverpool -will open the baseball com p Ut ion by playing Parramatta. Tl'i? local team will -be a strong one, and will be greatl; strengthened by the retur.i i ol B. Childs and P. Fettitt, whf> put up [some magnificent performances last year w th their te-rifle hitting. If th-«? boys get going one can say 'goo^'nlg^t' to Parramatta. live-po-l Iras been placed in B grade, but as there ls no C grade it' malees thl-igri even. I think the home players will Justify the faith we have in them, and rm home the winner", cf the com reMtloi. This leam, with tfte excep tion of two players, nearly won the ccm pe'tfn last year, and. considering this was their first year in baseball, it wa6 a great effort. With the new players, we shall have a team that would win many garres in A grade. Every Sunday, at Woodward . Park, thrre fte two first-class games, and t>"» way rte game is-played is delightful t> watch.., Be sure t-» be »her» ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

REAL ESTATE AUCTION SALE TOWN HALL. LIVERPOOL/ SATURDAY, MAY 8, at l\ I a.m. ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS PROM THE fPXJBhlC TRUSTE E. JOHN V. TULLY will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION th/ undermention-d Property All that Piece and Parcel of LAND In th» Town/and Municipality cf Liver, pool, Parish St. Luke, county Cumberland, having / frontage of 100».¿feet to Moore-street by a CVTJUV of 128 feet along ^Beth/rst-stroet, being'Lote <? and 6. D.P. 10447, comprised in Certif. of Title, \pl. JB553, polo 250. together with all Bullrings and Improvements- thereon, compriMdg BRICK HOME, known as Anne Creagh Estate. ? . t,' v For further details »nd particulars, pnply to JOHN V. TULLY. Auctioneer. Liverpool Thine: Liv. 247. S. C. WÀTMAN, Registered Milk Vendor, NIXON'S NEW BUILDINGS. MACQUARIE STREET. FRESH MILK, NEWLAJD EGOS, PURE CREAM, BUTTER, .¿cc. FRESH MILK FROM THE FARM DAIOT, 6d Quart. MILK SHAKES, 3d a Pint SMJtfj/ GLASS, ld.' CQOf1 DRINKs" ¿ cbÑFE(mONmYVTOáACoB, CIGARÊf¥E%\ &am...

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MINT[?]O NEWS. BOYS' CLUB CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

M I N TIO NEWS. BOYS' (BUB CARNIVAL. The Boys' CluÄcarnlval held in Minto on Monday, AprirVZG, was an unparalled success, favored bl perfect weather and a record attendance. The untiring ef forts of the secrt±Ay, Mr. E. Knowles, were well, rewarded. Vltf^adles' refresh ment committee, comprising Mesdames Morgan, Nelson and Knowles reported that business was so gdpd thaufcesh sup plies had to be obtainad. *V The following are ttte results alt the main events:-Men's 7a, yards, MrMBil lett 1, G. Knight 2, P. Colver 3. L&ies' 76 yards: Miss Hepher 1, Miss BiUÄ 2. Girls under 10 years: E. Lyneham H, N. Roach 2, K. Briggs 3. Boys undeWl4: J. Murray 1, Master Wilson 2. Glrlf: E. Murray 1, M. Roach 2. Boys: Mwter Smith 1, Humphrey 2. Ladies' sRckJrace: Miss Colver 1, Miss Hepher 2. lien's sack race: Mr. Kitson 1. Mr. Helfian 2. Hop, step and jump: Men, C. /Collins; ladies. Miss Colver. Married lacUi's' race: Mrs. Sherack 1, Mrs. Caw 2. Men's high jump: B. Helman '<5ft. 3i...

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MAY SUNDAY PROCESSION. Liverpool Ceremony to be Broadcast. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

MAY SUNDAY PROCESSION. Liverpool Ceremony to be Broadcast. "The annual May procession will take place on Sunday next, May 2, at All Saints' Church, George-street, Liverpool. The programme will comprise: 2.45 p.m.: Those participating as semble at the church. 3 p.m.: Rosary; special sermon by a Franciscan Father from the Monastry, Campbelltown; re ception cf aspirants to Children of Mary Sodality; procession from the church, via George-street, through Convent gar den and Presbytery grounds, back M> the church, where the function will close with solemn Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and recessional hymn. The president of the Children of Mary (Miss E, Matthews), assisted by M. Jones and the following members of trie Sodality will act as hostesses at different tables at an afternoon tea in the High School Refectory :-Misses J. Fitzpatrick. M. Wych", ti. McGuinness, G. Boyle and G. ewelkert. Guest« at the official table will in clude visiting priests and dlstlnguishea members of...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

A FOOTBALL. Campbelltown met. a city firm at rugby league last Sunday and «on by 26-C. The cityiteg, however, turned the tables in the curtain raiser, beating the local by 30-«. T .

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PICNIC SPORTS DAY AT HAMMONDVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

PICNIC SPORTS DAY AT HAMMONDVILLE. On saturday last, at the Hammond ville Sports Ground (an area well suiw;o for recreation) a sports and picnic day was held. About 400 persons were pre sent, and appeared to thoroughly enjoy the outing. The weather was ideal. The "day" was arranged by Ham mondville Settlers' Association, and the committeemen directly responsible were Mr. L. Jones (president), Mr. D. Cam eron (hon. secretary), Mr. and Mrs.Tyne, Mrs. Wright, and Mr. McLean (manager of the village settlement. The events were run without any de lay between «quite an agreeable change). The judges were Messrs. Oaffney, Prit chard and Arnold. The rights of refreshments booth was disposed of; but a darts game (Mr. Prit chard in charge) and hoop-la «Mr. Tut ton) were conducted on behalf of the cause and were well patronised. The events were well contested, th? children, and adults as well, entering fully into the spirit of the occasion. RESULTS. Boys' Footraces.-8 to 10 years, T. Cole; 10 to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

From Hearty and other syi "A M A Large Bottle Shaw o i s p E r 'Phone; Liv. 39. OUR DRAG-FREE OVERCOATS ARE MADE FROftL 4ÏNE,-,HEAVY QUALITY* MATERIALS. SKILFULLY CUT TO FIT YOU PERFECTLY, AND TO flflVE YOU WARMTH AND LONG WEARING DURING COLD WEATHER/ Call in Now and SeleVt/Tour Coat, front 35/ Terms arranged the BRADLEY WAY: Wear While You Pay, .i^fom 3/6 Deposit 1/9 weekly. Also LEATHER COATS and LUMBER JACKETS. Harold TTBRADLEY TAILOR & CLOTHIER, 'Phone: Liv. 143. 215 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL. WE ACCEPT ALL CASH ORDERS SURE T^ GET IT AT COLE'S TIMBER --- LIME -CEMENT Glass Cut to Size. . V^ire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware. . Tradesmen's Tools. Paints and Oils. Metters' and Ward's Stoves. Best ' Selected Groceries;. Colonial Wines. Pay a visit to Our Store opposite for ali lines of Household 4 ironmongery Crockery, Glassware, Enamel, Tin and Alumin ium- Ware, Brooms and Brush ware, Mats and Matting. Everything of the Latest and Best. City Prices...

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES "Probation aft^r death." was the sub-; I ject in all -Churches of Christ, Scientist, tn Sunday. Among tV)e Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was .the follow-, ing: -if in this life only we "have hope* in Christ, we are of all men the most mis:rabl'->. But now is Christ risen fiOhi ¡he dead, and become the first) fruit of them that slept." 1 cor., .15, 19. 20. The f-Jlowing passage from the Chris tian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Biddy, was also included: "Jesus' unchanged physical condition after what seemed to be death was fol - owed by his exaltation above all mater , lal conditions; and this exaltation ex pl mid his ascension, and revealed un mistata-bfty ia probationary and progress ive state beyond the grave." P. 4..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

¡CV. Ul. NTE w m A COATS, ,ER JACKETS. ^ATHÇ£ from 7 5/ TO * ^ LIVERPOOL.. ?-? * "Öiurch Services. NOTE-Changes of these notices must reach-, this office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, 10.30 a.m. and "¡.30 p.m. I Wednesday Evening meeting, 8 p.m.. in the Church edifice, smith-street. Reading Room, smith-street. Hours: Monday to Friday, 12 noon to S p.m. CT. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL. Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones, Th'. Sch. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH, LIVERPOOL. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH. / Comer Norfolk and Castlereagh Sts. Sunday next-ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Junior CE. 10 a.m. Sunday School 3 pm. Holy Communion each Sunday morn ing and third Sunday night. wednesday.-Prayer Meeting. Pastor A. A. whale, Baptist Theolog ical College, 40 Chariotte-st., Ashfield. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday -next-Liverpool ll a.m., 7 p.m. Glenfield, 3.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, LIVERPOOL. Rev. Tt. McCormick,...

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Coronation Celebrations. Statement by the Minister-in-Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

Coronation Celebrations. Statement by the Müiister-in-Charge. ¡ Gratification at the response to the invitation to country municipal and shire councils to co-operate and make the Cor onation celebrations as Statewide as pos sible has been expressed by the Minister in-Charge of Celebrations, Mr. Dunning ham: In a letter, which he sent out io the Presidents and Mayors of county councils, Mr. Dunningham suggested that each council might organise some local programme also in recognition of the national importance of the occasion. "The response to this invitation has been amazing," said Mr. Dunningham, whp added that throughout the State there would now be appropriate celebra tions. On the evening of Coronation Day, May 12. In particular, said Mr. Dunning ham, the country was co-operating wan the city to make the sky one blaze of light. Councils wrere arranging fireworks displays which would coincide with the pyrotechnic exhibition in Sydney. "The occasion ls a memorable one and | I am Q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

MUNICIPALITY OF LIVERPOOL LAND FOR Saturday, May 8, at 11a.m. ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE,, and on behalf of the MUNICIPALITY OF LIVERPOOL, JOHN V. TULLY, Auctioneer, Liverpool* will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION at the! TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL, undermentioned Wi « ; .« Prépártíes:- .:*' "'"'y HENRY KETTLE, Lot 3, Section 57, Bathurst and Cas tlereagh streets... Old System MALCOLM JOHN KING and ANQR., Lot 8, Section 2. Passfield-street .. .. .. ... ........ .. .. Old System THOMAS ROYSTON THOMPSON LAING, Lot 51, At-   kinson-street ......Old System ARTHUR LAKIN MADDOCK, Lot 10, Section I. Forbes \ / and Lachlan streets.i...... .. Old System | PHILIP MARSH. Lot 2, Section 11. Bull-street .... Torrens PHILIP MARSH, Lots Ï4. Manning-st, Section 9 .. Torrens PHILIP MARSH, Lot 7, Section 9. Bull-street .... Torrens ELIZABETH MARED1TH and ORS., Lot 10, Section 51, George-st, No. I.Old System ELIZABETH MAREDITH and ORS., Part Lot ll. Sec-' tion 51. George-st.. No. ...

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WHO CAN ANSWER [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 April 1937

WHO CAN ANSWER Which is the oldest house in Liver pod ? Who is the eldest resident of the dis tort ? Who ls the oldest native-born Which ls the oldest shop still used for business purposes? Which is the oldest hotel of rhos? still licensed ? Who har been in business longest ? (Brief replies will be appreciated.) It was à high counsel, that L once heard given to. k \/<Aing) person-.always do what you are afraid i« do-Emmerson.

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Returned Soldiers "PREFERENCE NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Returned Soldiers "PREFERENCE NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE." I During a discussion at Liverpool | Council meeting regarding preference to returned soldiers. AW. Nicholls stated that he knew of a case where a man, who had two brothers killed at the war and -was himself too young to enlist, was now almost 30 years of age and unable to find work because of the preference Act. He asked il council, in engaging men for the loan-grant scheme, would be forced to give. preference to returned soldiers from, say, Auburn and such cen tres within tile district bureau, rather than employ non-soldiers who were local men. The Masior said this would not be the case; he would oppose such a condition. The electrical engineer pointed out that returned men would not be avail able for certain work he would shortly be commencing. The Mayor: lit ls not always possible to secure even a suitable leading hand among the relief workers who ls a re turned soldier. Council was.discussing a letter from the local RS. &a...

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