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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

C Y C L TN G. Thc Rossmore, Cabra-Vale and Liverpool Cycle Clubs held a combined meeting on | Saturday last, the course ' being round the block from Liverpool to Narellan, Campbelltown, and finish at the Cod rington Hotel, a distance of 32 miles. A very fine race resulted in O. Cowa-.!, of Rossmore, being first; with L. Blacker and R. Andrews, of the Cabra-Llverpool Club, within split seconds, filling the other places, R. Wheatley (scratch), get ting fastest time (1.22.40). Last Saturday Cabra-Vale and Liveroo pool Club held a 34-mlle combined race with Rossmore Club. The results were: O. Cowan (Rossmore), 1.10. 1st; L Blac ker (C.V.). 2.40, 2nd; B. Andrews (C.V.), 7.0, 3rd; R. Wheatley (CV.), scratch, i fastest time (1.22.20). --' GYMKHANA AT CECIL PARK. The gymkhana in aid of the Industrial Blind Institute, at Cecil Park, on Sun day next, offers a b'g attraction for non offiliated cyclists, with good prizes. Post entries will bs received frcm 10.30 a.m. Cyclists are requested to t...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Liverpool Fishing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

Liverpool Fishing Club. On Sunday last about 30 members of the Liverpool Fishing Club journeyed to tile upper reaches of George's River to ' liberate brown trout fry. Tile trip, was made In good time along the eastern i bank of tne river, and the roughness of I the country In this vicinity was an eye opener to those who had not previously i had the opportunity of yislting these parts. Two lorries and a car started on j the journey," but the car had to -be "parked" in the bush owing to not be. j lng able to negotiate a bog, but. with the help of plenty of brush timber, the lor-] ries managed to get across. Arriving at a spot in the bush, the first sign to meet the eye was the remains, of a built-up road along the side of a gorge. This road was . at one time por tion of the main thoroughfare from Eck ersly, Godno.'etc., to Minto, and is still in good rapalr, though parts have col lapsed a little owing to weather, etc. Climbing along the rough banks of the river with a can of trout on ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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"Insanitary Condition." REPORT FROM HEALTH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

'insanitary Condition/' REPORT FROM HEALTH DEPARTMENT. An officer of thc Health Deportment recently visited Liverpool and inspected the town, and in, a lcngtny report to the council made the following reconi mendatlons, stating that the conditions were viewed- with grave concern by th». department: "That council should consider the ap pointment of a full-time health inspector, owing to the most insanitary condition: found to be existing. At the time of In spection there were found to be 21 cases of diphtheria not entered in council'! register." "That council should give certain In structkns to certain householders and the public school." "Enforce the covering of -night soil trenches with 10 inches of soil, and use air-tight lids, etc., and a closed vehicle." "Make certain Improvements at the sanitary depot." "Compel all lavatories to be brought up to requirements of thc Act, and the use of suitable deodorants." "Seriously consider sewerage" {this has been decided upon since j. "Keep...

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BENEFICENT TREES. SPELL HEALTH, WEALTH AND HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

BENEFICENT TREES. SPELL HEALTH. WEALTH AND HAPPINESS. I (By Hugh R. G. Foale, F.R.H.S., Presi- j dent, Rcyal Horticultural Society of N.S.W) > Th» cotimemorative tree-planting in .honor of Australia's 150th Anniversary Celb rations will be an attempt to atone for the ruthlessness of those who devast ated whole regions cf forests in the early 'se t ing days and will go some way to ' wards the re-establishment of that deli cate palance of nature established for 'centuries hi this, the most isolated cf continents. It is an old story now, how the early Governors forbade first invaders of the la d to clear the river banks and how the prohibitions were forgotten ' in .the toi and bustle of the times. An orgy of ring-barking on a gigantic scale ig Ino el the fact that our few rivsrs had jllielr even flow protected by the forests ¡which stood around their mountain |fo rvs and the trees which lined their j banks. ] Ani Fo the descendants of the fp'.on I eets have had to put up with land w...

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REGISTER YOUR DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

REGISTER YOUR DOG. We have been requested to remind dcg-owners that they must register their dogs before Sctcmber 31. Forms are ob 1 tainable from newsagents.

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Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

Liverpool Council I TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. Aid. Hunt was thé only absentee from the melting ol Liverpool Council on Tuesday night. "Úki following mattera land otheis reported separately) w¿re I dealt with: ' Liveipool Blanch A.L.P. was grantad permission to conduct a wheelbarrow .Ltroy' through certain streets cf the town. Tie residents of Riverslde-rtai csm plauitd to drainage in uiat uioroughiure. - -The works committee will in'.pect the alua on Tuesday aternoon next. i The town clerk was given permission I tc attend the annual coneiiínce ol the Clerks Association. I 1 Moorebank 1-rogiess Association askid that lllawana-road be graded.-To be I inspected. I T>tie association also asked that the Water Board be requested to replace wooden pipes in IUawarra-road with the modern type.Referred to the Boaid. Liveipocu Rar-epaycrs' Association re quested certain information regarding cost of feweage urtoosal. Thc Local« Government Department advised counclj "that the engagement by th...

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

CONSULT. John V. TULLY F.E.E.I. i FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Tri ^plionc: Liverpool 247. ADVICE GIVEN respecting all Prqrrty Matters, Sock Salcs,\njicjdn.-; unj General Auction Information. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft* Sons, wy.ua. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons stock all those meats Sue i as s and any Purity Test ! Kc:;? ar'' those stocks, good judges say, Cnn easily excel the rest, fioally the Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft ¿tocks, rresh meats that are lendei and ju'cy Th y male from the Ashti:ft blccks. 'Tis aJways this Popular Mtat Mart Supplies you the Primest- of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & ¿ONS are your BUTCHERS, Vj You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! H.J. BIDÙLE, M.O.O.A. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN, 10 Railway Parade, Granville, and 86 SOUTH PARADE, AUBURN ( {opp. Railway...

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES.. j "Man" was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text was. "'God created man in his own image, in the image ot God created he him, male and female created he them." Genesis 1: 27. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which ls in heaven is per fect.'- Matthew 8: 48. The following passage from the Christ ian Science textbook, "Science ana Health with Key to Scriptures." by Mary j ' Baker Eddy, was also Included: "The Christlike understanding of scientific be- ] lng and divine healing includes a perfect | Principle and Idea, perfect God and per- i feet man. as the basis of thought and ] demonstration." p. 259. j Be sincere; others noting your sincer ity will give you their confidence and be likewise sincere with you. Be thoughtful-the iron eners the soul in after-life when we have been neglectful of those who love us. -Byron Williams.

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IN ADVERTISING BRITISH BUSINESSES SPEND OVER EIGHTY MILLIONS. PAPERS GET TWO-FIFTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

MN ADVERTING j I I BRITISH BUSINESSES SPEND OVER EIGHTY MILLIONS. j I PAPERS GET TWO-FIFTHS. In a special series, "The Uses of Ad vertisement," "The Economist," London has discovered that British business mei spend on all forms of advertising eighty odd million pounds a year. Of this about two-fifths is spent cn advertlsini hi the newspapers, the remainder beini devoted to the hoardings, to window dis play, and to oilier forms of publicity. in figures supplied by the Londoi Press Exchange agency, a comparison o the estimated sums on the display ad' vertisement of branded goods shows tim in four years there was a. general in crease in expenditure. The preponder ance in display advertising is by an nouncements for food and drink, patem medicines, household equipment anc toilet requisites. From eravc to gay the advertiser pur sues our income: "He splits our sides with a cartoon and opens our mouths with alarm. He repeats himself, over and over again, until we knew him and the goods he ...

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FASHION HINTS ADVICE FROM MADGE EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

FASHION HINTS ADVICE FROM MADGE EVANS. Watch your accessaries. More smart costumes have been ruined by an unwise choice of bags, shoes avid jewellery than by any other method. Bags and shoes are not difficult to choose. A girl should I look for lliat illusive something referred ' to as "line" in her selection of these items, as carefully as she does in the se lection of a dress. There are good lines and bad lines in bath shoss and bags. A graceful, well-made 'appearance is ne cessary in both. In jewellery we And quite another matter. First of all, jewellery should never be worn simply because one hap pens to notice Die item in a case and decides to snap on lt. It should, instead, be worn to bring out definitely some point of the gown. For ..example, a lovely neck line may be emphasised by a clip, de signed to carry out the original line, A plain neckline may be given a touch of ornamentation by the addition of a sim ple but beautifully designed necklace, by a phi or a clip. Never fo...

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HORSE FORM. Chelmford Stakes Might be Made Easy for Mala by Side-stepping. Champions Hua, Ajax and Gold Rod not Engaged; Allunga Might Miss it. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

H O ITS E FORM] By TOM ELLIS, ClieUnfwd stake* Might be M»4*.E»«y fur Malu by Slde-ftepplng-. j Champions Uua, Ajax and Gold Rod nat Engaged; Allunga Might Miss it Next Saturday brings us 'a step nearer the big lauing- of th* spring, with 'tue re-opening of Randwick after rive monks' U'Oseuce fiom headquaiters. Tauersall's Club will stage a very fine programme, the principal event bejig the Clielms.ürd sukes, in which many af uie test performers will carry their col ouivs. Unfortunately there Has been a good deal of side-stepping among the actual best this season, and the race might not bj a iliard one to win. For instance, the better three-year-o.ds Ajax and Hua are not entrants, Lynch Law was nominated, but whether he will run depends on his progress this week. Jack Jamieson says it is a bit soon alter his race in Hie Canterbury Stakes last Sat urday. After the week-end Uv? colt showed no 1.1-effccis cf the outing, SJ it is quite on the cards Uvat we shall see hun m action again. ...

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

Liverpool Tennis Club. ! Thc ladieV doubles tournament played last week piovided some sparkling ten nis, as some excellent pairs were play ing, and after an enjoyable afternoon's tennis, on the opening of the handicaps it was found that Miss N. Robinson and Miss I. Banks, scratch, had tied for first place with Miss O. Kitcher and Mrs. H. Ayres, on 6, with a score cf 31 games, and on drawing lots for the trophies, Miss Kitcher and Mrs. Ayres were the lucky ones. Mrs. J. Shortis and Miss K. Cole were second, from the on 12 mark, with a score cf 30 games, whilst Miss Robinson and-Miss Banks had the best performance off the stick with their score of 31 games. Following are the results of matches in the club singles played last week-end: A. Keys beat W. Nicholls 6/0, 6/0; R. Cole beat F. Grundy 6/4, 6/2; G. Wych beat M. Rayner 6/3, 6/3; Miss A. Rae beat Miss C. Thompson 6/2, 2/6, 6/3. Following are the matches set down for next week-end:-I. C. Heeger v J. Shortis, 2; H. Brooks v G. Salwa...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. Aged 70, Mr. Tilomas Mears, of Cam den, died on Thursday last, Mr, Mean» may be remembered as the wicketkeeper in the film "Orandad Kudd," He was a soldier in the; Canadian forces M tne Great War. * * * Mr. ai:d Mrs, Pullager, of Casula, manager of Christiansen & co., Liver, pool, are holidaying at Corrimal, and ex pect to be away for a fortnight. * » * Mr. "E. Trevena, of East Minto, was taken to Camden Hospital last Thursday by ambulance. we* Their friends ar* congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rowe, of Laveipool. on töe ibuith of a baby daughter. * * * Mrs. W. Hindmarsh, cf the Research Station, Glenfield, ? has been suffering from a bad throat, but is new recover, lng. * . * The Mayor of Liverpool, Aid. F. F. d3 Meyrick, occupied the Bench with Mr. Bliss," P.M., at Liverpool Court on Mon. day. * * . Mr. Geo. Childs, 85, cf Georgä-street, is an inmate of Liverpool Hospital. * * * Mrs. Bruin, ten., of Mill-road, Liver pool.- is a patient in ßt. Joseph's Hos. I'p...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. i The -following- matches have been set down for Saturday, September Hi Liverpool (W. Oook in charge). 2 p.m., W. Beveridge (owe 30/2) v J. Garard (rec. 15/2) ; 3 p.m., B. Cole (owe 30/2) v W. Cock (rec. 15/2); 4 p.m.. C. Heeger (owe 40) v J. Schell (rec. /3), Happiness (R. Dunbar).-2 p.m., R. Dunbar (owe 30/2) v G. Wych (owe 15); 3 p.m., Misses Robinson and Banks (owe 40) v Mrs. V. Blinman «nd Miss Blinman (scratch); 4 pan.. Brooks and Bulpitt v Wych and Roberts. Y Hurry (P. Ollis).-2 p.m., Miss Ives v Mrs. Dunbar; 3 p.m., C. Heckenberg (rec. /3) vf. Ollis' (ser.); 4 p.m., Misses j Thomas and Robinson v Mrs. Saunders and Miss Ives. Glenfield (W. Nichols).-2 p.m., Nic holls and Rayner v Brumby and Salway; 3 p.m., R. Egeltcji v McNee; 4 p.m., Sal way and Miss Brewer v James and Mrs. 1 Townsend. Ingleburn (R. Keats).-2 p.m., R. Keats v S. Webb; 3 p.m., B. Croker v J. Shortis; 4 p.m., Winner of first match v W. Harrison. Campbelltown (H. Pe...

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OBITUARY MR. F. FOLKES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

OBITUARY MR. P. FOWCBS. Mr, Fred fvikes, who died last week, agud 01 years, w a well-known York ¿trett pcisonulity, he was educated at I cue vjumipoeJiujwii Gtammai' School, and .n lui/U jO.ned ihe stan of Henry Bull .ind Co., Lw., whlcn was afceiwards merged with lae warehouse company ot D. and W. Murray, L^l. ? He was the manager cf tne snirt depai'tment for .nany years. Mrs. 3, A. Sinclair. The death took place last week-end of Mrs. Julia Ann Sinclair, wile of Mr. ¿-..avid Sinclair, of Ri-we-strect, Liverpool'. 'the remains were laid to rest on Mon- j day aUerno&n, in the new Presbyterian tcmeteiy, Liverpool. Mrs. S. J. Walker. The death occurred last Tuesday week, of. Mrs. Sarah Jane Walker, aged 50, at her sister's residence, Mis. F. Gavin, of '"Glenwood," Glenfield. Tue funeral took place on Thursday last, when the remains were laid to rest In the Church of England cemetery, Den ham Court, Rev. Robson officiating at the graveside. Mrs. Augusta Burns. Mis. August Louisa...

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POULTRY NOTES INOCULATION FOR FOWL-POX. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

POULTRY NOTES INOCULATION FOR FOWL-POX. I It is true that much can be dons to bu.iü up i, ie seiüigui ci a fowl so that n can i\.sist many u the ai.menis whicn are louna cn mo.il ol our farms to-aay; LUI auspice all lliat is done, practically au pouiny lui ms luve tuen- dueaae ouha up t/iie saeilg.n ci a 10*1 so uiac wilde uefiiiite pievuitions are cotatnabla at reasonable cost, th/î prevention should be used, tcwi-pox, tnat most p.cfU aestioying of at. common poultry a.l muiis, Cull be definitely ana safeiy p:e vjnwa ty the use cf vaccine inocuiaci-11, ana Hie method of doing it is so simple jnat mer j is .aosoiu.eiy no reason why any fanner should pay for the work to av-ne. Wiin me carrying out of rea sonable safeguards as are mentioned IBM1 on, uic 1.SKS wan hiocula^i-n wan 1 enable vaccine is negligible. Unfortunately tne majority of poultry men lail to realise that fowl pox is a aisease which is manifested ¿1 a variety of symptomatic foi ms. Xl is thought cf mauiiy in terms- of...

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Our Golden Fleeces [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

1 Our Golden Fleeces Representatives of almost every nation come to Australia in search of our snowy but "golden" fleeces-the greatest, weáltn winney in our oversea traue. Our yellow wheat adds TO the splendour of the Com mcnweali.ti's financial story; and tn,? . lowing herds of the various States a.e more audible in the joyful q amor of an .OHpzctcd £65,000,000 KT this season's wocl. In 1901 the grew vaue of our dalry production was only £9,740,000. This leached £47,533,000 m 1935-36. and this year's financial tale has yet to be told. I üveiyone appreciated tue great part played .by our wool industiy, but it seem ed hardly just for a leading London papsr to assert, as it recently did, that Australia was living entirely on ' the sheep's back. Surely one litte word of j praise might ilia ve beai given to thosa j , magnificent money-earners, wieat and butter-to say nothing cf tbs humble hen, which annually gives to the Com monwealth a nestegg worth approximat ely £10,000.000. Without ...

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21st BIRTHDAY. MISS NANCY KEATO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

21st BIRTHDAY. MESS NANCY KEATO. [ Miss Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Keato, of Liverpool, was the guest of honor at a party at the School   of Arts, Liverpool, on -Saturday last, the occasion being her 21st birthday. There were 60 present, and Mr. J. Munro, jun..   Iacted as chairman, and also as M.C.   later. A sumptuous tea was partaken ci at 5.30 p.m., and, following tile toast to "The King." Miss Keato's uncle (Mr. H.   T. Faber, of Clontarf) proposed her health, which was drunk enthusiastically to musical honors. Mr. W. Keato brother) responded. The two-tier birthday cake- was taste, fully decorated by Mrs. R. Saunders. Decorations in the hall were of green and white, the former being the guest's favorite colórs. There were also colored balloons. Musical items were rendered during the evening by Mrs, H. Pollard and Miss Esme Saunders. Many presents were received, the color green predominating. The evening was spent in da...

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GREEN VALLEY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 9 September 1937

GREEN VALLEY . PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The general monthly meering or the j Green Valley Progress Association was held at the Green Valley Progress Hall j cn September 7, and there was a good attendance. The association is becom I lng a great asset to the district, and I things generally are going ahead. A deputation, consisting of the Mayor of Cabra-Vale (Aid. Hill) and Mr. Pow. dltch (electrical engineer) attended -the meeting for the purpose of explaining the llgntlng scheme and answering ques tions, also to arrange for the official j switchlng-an. . Overtures are being made to the Water Board for Improved water sunply and I extensions to those membsrs who arc In | need of lt; also to Uie Postal Department, i for the installation of a public telephone. Look for advertisement of waltzing competition. The Fîccincsç Cub will.hod a dance Ja the lora Hail cn Sîjjtembsr ie. (

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Cricket Wisecracks [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

I Cricket Wisecracks i By 'WET' WICKET' ) I Tiley say that Mooc-uaiik No. 1 waru certainly locked cricketer on Saturday, which, 'tis said, is half the battle. Tlvat George Davies lukes two com plete uniforms-one for baiting, and ene for fielding. That Les Randell, senior, is still show ing tile younger players how to do it. That Les, junior, has recided to wiar a skirl next Saturday, to stop Uie ball from going 'through Iiis lt gs. That Peter Bare had Bert Childs all up a ire ; but i.^e bail that did th? damage did come back a yard (tez Bert ! \. That ' the noise heard all over the I gmund was nc«, an aeroplane pass.ng over, but Bert snoring. That Curly Mac u.inks fielding is an cxwnsive job. Afternoons expense 1/-; afternoon's work, fielded two balls. Thai Doug was sorry he brought mother and somebody's sifter cn Satur day, when .he put that easy catch on the ground. The applause was deafening ! li.at Bill Keato regretted he did not have his chief admit er there wnen he took that g...

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