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IMPORTS AND CLIENTS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
IMPORTS AND CLIENTS S Almost every day the Commonwealth i produces another link in thc chain bind I ing field and factory together. An Aus tralian subsidiary of a Belgian company is .abuut to establish works at Brisbauv. I for a special curing process for pig pro ducts. These will supply a central can ning factory in Sydney, and one of its chief delicacies will be boneless ham. Not very long ago Australia imported hams worth a very large amount of money. I Not only will the local market now be supplied, but there will be exports to Great Britain and other oversea coun tries. I The Commonwealth pig industry. I through a modern and properly equipped factory, is about to receive a great fillip. The company responsible for this has packing factories in Canada and in Euro, pean countries. It ls looking to Aus tralia, however, to supplement Its world trade. Almost endless are the hints given that Australia, if it wishes to find new cus tomers for its primary products and em ployment for a...
GOOD TIP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
i GOOD TIP. The new trainer of Bert's dogs ls out to win within two weeks. 500 REMNANTS. British Lino., 6ft. wide, all half-price. O'CONNOR'S, Remnant Elioj), Liverpool. Printed .and .published at "The .Biz" Newspaper Office, Smart-street, Fair field, New South Wales, by.the pro prietor, W. J. Bright. %
B GRADE. CARRMAR JUNIORS v INGLEBURN. INGLEBURN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
B GRADE. CARRMAR JUNIORS V INGLEBURN. INGLEBURN-1st Innings. I B. Allen, c G. Faith, b L. Phillips .. 22 j H. Morgan, c J. Bellenger, b L. Phillips 2 A. Sherack, c C. O'Meley, b L. Phillips 18 P. Goodsell, c B. Bosci, b C. Goymour 37 P. Papworth, run out.47 R. Watts, c B. Bosci, b W. Geldart .. 1 L. King, b L. Phillips.38 D. Deighton, l.b.w., b L. Phillips . 2 W. Mcilveen, b L. Phillips.14 K. Morgan, b L. Phillips. 0 H. Daley, not out. 5 Sundries.10 Total.196 Bowling: L. Phillips 7/52, W. Geldart 1/19, A. Faith 0/35, W. Sewart 0 44, C. Goymour 1/23, C. O'Meley 0/13. CARRAMAR JUNIORS-1st Innings. G. Faith, not out.13 L. Phillips, c A. Sherack, b B, Allen 0 W. Geldart, c K. Morgan, b R. Watts 5 C. O'Meley, c R Watts, b P. Papworth ¡1 H. Burke, not out. 1 Three wickets for.30 Bowling: R. Watts 1/10, B. Allen 1 15. P. Papworth 1/5. FAIRFIELD WEST V TOWNVIEW. FAIRFIELD WEST-First Innings. D. Gillies, b Selby. 7 W. Robson, c Preston, b O'Neal .. 7 F. Agnew, b Dunn.2 K. Godfrey, b Stanford...
C GRADE. GREEN VALLEY v HILLVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
C GRADE. GREEN VALLEY v HILLVIEW. GREEN VALLEY-isl Innings. ; W. Griffiths, b Channon. 1 P. Wearne, b Channon. 1 T. Wilson, to Channon.io I H. Stiff, b Channon.IC H. Jones, b Channon. 8 W. Preston, b Smyth. 9 Wilberforce, b Turner.12 R. Preston, not out. 4 B. Wilson, b Turner. 5 K. McMullen, b Turner. 0 J. Stiff, c Grundy, b Laing. 0 Sundries.17 Total.83 Bowling: T. Bird, 0/12, F. Channon 5/14, L. Smyth 1/21, H. Turner 2/6. T. Laing 1/2. HILLVIEW-1st Innings. K. Cottlett, not out .60 T. Rendell, run out. 4 F. Channon, b H. Stiff. 3 L. Smyth, b Jones. 5 Fitzpatrick, b H. Stiff. 1 H. Turner, c F. Wearne, b Griffiths 28 F. Wheeler, c and b Preston.11 F. Bird, run out.12 F. Grundy, b Jones. 0 T. Laing, b Griffiths.41 Sundries.28 Nine wickets for.192 Bowling: H. Jones 2/29. H. Stiff 2 26. R Preston 1/17. W. Preston 1 23. Wil berforce 0/6. B. Wilson 0/10. B. Grif fiths 2/26. F. Wearne 0/14.
Played by Napoleon. ORGAN NOW IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
I Played by Napoleon. ! ORGAN NOW IN SYDNEY. The little Anglican Church of St. Peter, at Watson's Bay, boasts an organ in regular use that was played for some years by Napoleon Bonaparte, and was the property of the Hon. Spencer Perce val. Chancellor of the Exchequer, who was shot by a fanatic in the House of Commons. It was built in London in 1796 by Rob ert and William Gray, a firm which still flourishes under the name of Gray and Davidson, fer Mr. Perceval, who toter lent it to the Emperor Napoleon, with i whom he was ca friendly terms. When . the "Little Corporal's" hopes broke on I the British guns at Waterloo in 1815.. Lady Perceval had it brought back to England, where she ordered it to be sold. I The little gilt organ next appears in the Congregational Church at Wivelis eombe i Somerset i. In 1901. Dr. C. A. , Edwards, cf Sydney, returning from the Boer War, visited his birthplace at Wive liscomb2. saw the organ, and bought it there and then. But the distress of the organist...
INSECURITY AND BIRTH RATE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
INSECURITY AND BIRTH RATE Speaking at the Medical Congress in Adelaide, Dr. Dale (Vic.) said that given reasonable conditions, young men and women would find a home and have children to an increasing extent. That aim was becoming absent because of the aimlessness and frustration of modern civilisation. The insecurity et trod ern life wac a reason why people cid not t\a v> r'rtTdvn.
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
1 TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS j ASSOCIATION. ... 1 MATCHES POR SATURDAY. I The following matches have been set down for Saturday, September 18: Liverpool &lt;R. Dunbar in charge). 3 p.m., R. Dunbar (owe 30/2) v R. Hindmarsh (owe 15/3); 4 p.m., cook and Elford v Starr and Stradlingi. Rhine Erin (E. Penney).-1.45 p.m., Misses Thomas and Robinson v Mrs. Saunders and Miss Ives (to finish); 2.30 p.m.. Percival and Connell v Howlett and Downie; 3.30 pm., E. Penney (ser.) v P. Ollis (ser.) ; 4.30 p.m., Brown and Miss Thomas v Brumby and Mrs. Thompson. Y Hurry &lt;W. Cook).-2 p.m., Gerard and Miss Threlkeld (rec. 15) v Hecken berg and Mrs. Kemister (rec. 15); 3 p.m., Rose and Mahoney »rec. 15) v Wych and Lomax (owe 15); 4 p.m.. Cook and Miss Ives v Heckenberg and Mrs. Kemister. Ingleburn (R. Egelton).-2 p.m., A. Dowse v J. Harding; 3 p.m., Egelton and Mrs. Clissold v McNee and Miss Scott; 4 pm., Dowse and Brown v Keys and Kilpatrick; 4 p.m., J. Ashcroft V C. Metcalf , (...
UNDER THE INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
UNDER THE INFLUENCE. 1 David C. Dunning was charged at Liv erpool Police Court last Monday with having driven a motor car in Hume High way, Liverpool, on September 12. while under the Influence of intoxicating liquor, and with being an unlicensed driver. j He pleaded guilty to both charges. I Constable Phillips said he saw the ear at Warwick Farm crossing. There was a number of men .in it. It failed to stop when called on, and he gave chase on his motor cycle, overtaking the car Half a mile further on. Defendant was the driver. He admitted having a few beers at Liverpool. His permit to drive had expired last month. Defendant was fined £5 on the first charge, end £1 for the second. Folk who have little business ta do aie always great talkers.-French proverb.
S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE. MOOREBANK Al v LANSVALE PALS. LANSEVALE PALS—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
S. D. Cricket Assn. A "GRADE. MOOREBANK Âl v LANSVALE PALS. LANSEVALE PALS-1st Innings. D. Gough, c McVicker, b Davies .... 8 B. Monis, c Hoy, b Childs. 4 C. Mayo, c Childs, b Davies.25 P. Bare, c Garard, b Randell, sen. '.. i C. Kelso, b Randell, sen. 0 L. Cork, b Randell, sen.. 1 B. O. Morris, to Davies. 4 M. Morris, b Davies.12 R. Banks, c Hoy, b Davies. 6 H. Ryan, not out. 5 A. Banks, c Keato, b Davies. 0 Sundries.18 Total .?.86 j Bowling: G. Garard 0/10, B. Childs j 1/15, L. Landell, sen., 3/10, G. Davies 6/ 28, W. Keato 0/5. MOOREBANK Al-1st Innings. L. Randell, sen., c R. Banks, b Bare 28 G. Davies, l.b.w. (new), b Ryan .. .. 12 B. Childs, b Bare. 0 W. Keato, not out. 9 D. Grimson, not out. 1 Sundries. 1 Titree wickets for.51 Bowling: B. O. Morris 0/24, P. Bare 2/16, H. Ryan 1/10. AVOCA V MOOREBANK No 2. AVOCA-First Innings. K. Locke, c Burton, b Pettit .. ..30 R. Keller, c Garrard, b Burton .... u M. Keller, c McVicker, b Betts.... 85 L. McDonald, b Woods.27 W. Soult, c McVi...
Gymkhana & Field Day WONDERFUL DAY AT CECIL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
Gymkhana & Field Day .WONDERFUL DAY AT CECIL PARK. This very successuful function, spon sored and arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Ruwald, was held at their delightful and picturesque home at Cecil Park. Mrs. Ruwald, riding her grey pony, received ih'r many friends and was a real cnarm ;ing hostess. Hcrseback riders were seen coming from* all directions, principally tVom Liverpool, who totalled 50 per cent, of those whoo competed in the various events. The results were: Ladies' Hack: Mrs. E. Bull's Lady Blackwood 1, same owner's Prince Wood lands 2, Clive Shaw's Freckles 3. 1 Gene's Hack; Lady Blackwood 1, Mr. Dwyer's Cushier 2. Prince Woodlands 3. I Novice Hack: Miss Bollard's Flash 1, Mrs. Jagelman 2. clive Shaw 3. Boy Rider, under 14: Clive Shaw 1, .F. Dunley 2, W. Prendergast 3. Girl Rider, under 14: M ss D. Rob erts 1, Miss Moore 2, Miss Pat Wansey 3. Girl or Boy Rider: Shirley Pye 1, Alan Prendergast 2, Olive Preston 3. Musical Chairs, Horse: Mr. Davis 1, Keith Brown 2. ...
Dangerous Driving COLLISION AT SUICIDE BEND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
Dangerous Driving j COLLISION AT SUICIDE BEND. } A cliarge of dangerous driving was pre ; ferred against Horace G. Hassock at Liverpool Court on Monday. He plead ed not guilty. Constable Phillips said that at 10.30 I a.m. on June 16 he went tu -Suicido Bend," Liverpool, and saw a car that had collided with a telephone post. A man named Potts was lhere, also a lady with a cut face. A man named Wilcocks told witness something, and then he saw defendant. Witness continued: "I said to Wil cocks, ifi defendant's hearing. 'Did you see the accident ?' He said, 'I did. This man'* (defendant's) car forced the other off the road and did not stop, i chased him to Duck Inn and brought nun back. He said he did not know the accident had happened. Wilcocks told me Pott's was proceeding in the opposite di.1 nction to oefendant, who tried io pas^ a car. and Potts was forced off the road. I Defendant was perfectly sober; he stud he had been driving for 18 years with out a mark on his licence. Pons' c...
GREEN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
GREEN VALLEY. A dance and euchre party was held at the Progress Hall, Green Valley, on Sep tember ll. The Moonmoths Orchestra supplied the music. A waltzing competi tion was won by Mr. and Mis. Wales, and the silver cups were presented by Miss Lagettl. The gent.'s euchre prizes were won by Mr. J. Burkett 1. and Mr. Billen 2. The ladies' prizes were an nexed by Mrs. Humphries and Mr>. Lid dall. The novelty barn dance prizes went to Miss H. Brett and Mr. F God frey. Other prizes were won by Mr An derson. Miss Stiff and Mr. Pre-ton. and the cake by Mrs. Stiff.
EGG BOARD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
EGG BOARD ELECTION'S. The preliminary roll of egg producers in the controlled area under the Egg Marketing Board, which ts cn view at all post offices, police stations, schools, and at this office, should be inspected by I all persons entitled to vote to ascertain whether their names are on or not. Tile rolls are far from correct, and many poultry farmers' names nave been left off. Every person with 150 or more poultry is entitled to vote at the forthcoming Egg Board elections, and any sons or daughters over 21 years of age helping on the farm are also entitled to vote. Check up as teen as pcstiblc. and, :f your name ls not on the roll fill in the necessary form and send to the Director of Marketing, Sydney. This must be I done by September 24. I The election for the producer members of the Egg Board closes on October 29, and gives every poultry farmer the op portunity of saying whether he is satis fied with the present precarious position or not.
LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. HOURS: Monday to Thursday Library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: io a.m. 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. Flapper (romantically): Oh. Mother, i want to rise to higher things. I want to act tor the films and reach the topmost rung of the ladder. Mother: That's the spirit. Elsie. Now climb up this step-ladder and put up the clean curtains. _ __
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937
TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advertise ments should reach this office early in the week, to allow time for careful handling and display. Casual advertisements will be received up to Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance of the above will be grealty appreciated.