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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE SALE Furniture - Plant - Stock - Tôols, -- ON HISTORIC -( / "Milton Park," Gordon Avenue, IN GLEBURN, ON ACCOÜNT OF MRS. HILDER, On SATURDAY, S E P/T E M BER 2 5, At *\30 p.my FÜLL PARTICULARS WILI^E/ADVERTÏSED LATER. ' CARS WILL LEAVE LIVERPOOL FOR SALE. JOHN V. TULLY, - Auctioneer, Liverpool. TELEPHONE : J I VERPOOL 217. "The News" Advertisers are reliable; try them E. J. COWLEY Auctioneer, House, Land and Estate Agent, GRANVILLE and /ll V ? R P 00 L. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED IN AKY PART.! OF THE STATE. A RELIABLE OFFICE to entrust your Brjir.e^s of -BUYING and SELLING, and in all matters.of SEAL ESTATE. RENTS COLLECTED, with\gROMPT MONTHLY STATEMENTS. ALL CLASSES of INSURANCE Effected. AVCTUh SALES A SPECIALTY. MEMBER OF THE REAL ESTATE^ INSTITUTE. OFFICE: 20 GOOD STREET. GRANVILLE, and 28 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. ESTABLISHED 1913. PHONES: Liverpool 56, Private UW8563. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

ABOUT tixmk. ' Miss Eileen Havercroffc, of Moorebank,! was admitted last week to St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn. » . * Postman A. Hill is enjoying his annual holidays. . » * Margaret Mills, 18 months, of Hoxton Park, is ill in the Children's Hospital. Camperdown. . * * Miss Agnes Flay, of Hoxton Park, is ill In St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn. . * * Mrs. Mcore, of Cajrpbelltownl, ia a patient in a private hospital at Lakemba. " * * Mr. N. Fitzpatrick, of Biggest., Liver pool, with Mr. J. Mainsbridge, Mr. T. Kelly, and Mr. C. Fitzpatrick, has gone for a short trip to Cowra for the races, . . . Mr. Cochrane, snr., who is 87 years of ag:, and one of Minto's oldest residents, is very UL w . * Mrs. F. A. Pritchard, of Greenacre, has recovered from her recent illness, * * » Miss Catlin, of George-street; . Moore, bank, is a hospital patient. . » . Mr. Card, of Green Hill-avenue, Moore bank, is ill with influenza. » . * Miss Rita Wych, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Wych, of Moorebank Newsagency...

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CHAMPION VOX POP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

CHAMPION VOX POP. Rev. J. P. Bacon-Phillips, of Brighton, England, since 1879, has written 60,000 letters to the Press, 8000 of which have been published. Although 80 years oid, he hopes to beat his own.record of 572 letters published in one year.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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UNREASONABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

I I UNREASONABLE. Post Office Assistant: This letter's i overweight, madam. You'll have to put ' another stamp on lt. I Women: Well, of aU things! Here i I've mailed dozens of letters that were | underweight, and now you want to charge me extra because I'm sending one that's just a teeny bit over the limit. That's terrible. And at our own post offce, too !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

Fifth Church of Christ, ScieHBst, Sydney and First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta announce a " ... FREE LECTURE oj CHRISTJAN SCltXCE by Mr. GAVIN W. ALLANT C.S.B., Of TORONTO, ONTARIoN-tfANAD A, Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother, Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, 'Massachusetts, in the STRATHFIELD CIÑEMA, MOSLEY STREET, STRATHFIELD (NEAR STATION). On Sunday, 19th September, 1937, at 2 p.m. THE PUBLIC. IS CORDIALLY INVITED. NO CARDS OF ADMISSION ARE NECESSARY. UNITED AUSTRALIA PARTY - WERRIWA ELECTORATE H. M. STOREY, U.A.P. Candidate for Werriwa, Supported by SIR FREDERICK STEWART. M*!p., wfil speak in the TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 1937 at 8 p.m. CHAIRMAN: ALD. J. F. ce MfcY/lICK Mayor of Liverpool. Come and hear this brilliant young Australian who wants to help build a greater Australia. Authorised by V. G. KIRBY, fiospect Road;-'Canley Vale. Woodlands Horse Show All Horse Lovers will be pleased to know that there w...

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ATHLETE'S FOOT. COMMON SKIN DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

ATHLETE'S FOOT, j COMMON SKIN DISEASE. IThe City Health Officer of Sydney (Dr. Dunn) states that the skin disease known as tinea, or athlete's foot, which an ap plicant in the Workers' Compensation Court recently mistook for cement der mattis, was common in Sydney. Apparent, he said, there were thou sands who suffered from lt. but did not reccgniri? what lt was, and many more who recognised it, but did not take the trouble to combat it. Doctois in this State and oilers had been fighting it' lor years, but their work had been nandi- j capped by public apathy. I D. Dunn said it was impossible to esti mate with any dege; of certainty now many people in Sydney suffered f .om the disease, but undoubtedly it affected a very large proportion of the popula tion. It was particularly prevalent among surfers, athletes and laborers of] all ,kinds. It was a fungous infection, which usually appeared between the toes, but was also to be found on other parts I cf the body, where there was much per ...

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VACATION UNDER HIGH PRESSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

VACATION UNDER HIGH PRESSURE. I A new high record for hurried holidays ' was established last Eummcr by a young' . sportsman who left London at 7.30 a.m. I Ione Saturday by 'plane, breakfasted ln| Brussels, lunched in Copenhagen, took time for tea in Stockholm, and dined in I, Helsingfcrs. He took it comparatively i easy on Sunday, covering only Esthonia, ' Latavia and Lithuania, arid stopping for | a few minutes at the Free City of Dan ! zig, before he lunched in Berlin at 3.45 in the afternoon. He left Berlin the same 1 afternoon for Warsaw. During the fol. j lowing week, he visited the capitals of 18 j countries, travelling a total distance oi 5740 miles, and arrived back in London at 10.35 FP.Pmp. the following Friday j night.-"The Seven Seas." .WHEN You want a Dress Length, lock throi'ph our stock of Remnants-You will find it there, at half-price. O'CON ' NOR'6, Ramnant Shop, Liverpool.

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ROSSMORE CYCLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

ROSSMORE CYCLE CLUB. Rossmore Cycle Club held a 20-mile j club championship on Saturday, last, t Results:-P. Pertzel i (54.52), W. Mol. . oney 2, O. Cowan 3. Sealed Handicap.-W. Moloney (2.50) 1, P. Pertzel (scr.) 2, Alec Askew (3.5) 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

BETTING QnJ FIRST-HAND ' Knowledge OH/ 9kjPKey JplAAMhJ ¿2 TOM ELLIS ' each Tuesday and Friday 7 p.m. 2GZ (303 Metres) 'JuhtAjtfi, QcjdLOjJÊûÂj Tom Ellis: Best Bets 295 Elizabeth St., Sydney ? i 11 -? IllSlllllllllllllgllllllllllllllg with TIMBER ra If you specify that the Timber be supplied by Sri us, you will be sure of the best, and will show real .== savings. We supply Timber in any quantity for every [?1 purpose. J ALEX GRIMSON, Prop. Ü 1 LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS | gj Georg. St., LIVERPOOL. Th«. Uv. 234. P.O. Box No. «. r^j iSIIIIIIÍÍIllIl[S!ISSSSliiÍll[SllIIIIIIIlIIESIIIlllllllIi[SIIIIIIIIIIIIlLSIlIfI!IlfiIIEL^i DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! Make sure your Boot Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street LIVERPOOL MEMBER 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...

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Preparing for Leisure. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

Preparing for Leisure. Mr. Oliver Stanley, M.P., British Min ister of Education, deeply impressed the House of Commons by the closing rer marks of his speech during the Second? Beading debate of the Physical Training and Recreation Bill. He said: "The civilisation of Borne and Greece j were civilisations founded on slavery. The ' whole of the hard labour was done by one secton of the community, and for a ¿rivi- ! leged section leisure was reserved. "It was a complete and regular leisure. It is the same kind of leisure, if not the same amount, to which the twentieth cen. tury ls tending. "What use are we to make of leisure of that kind ? We all know from our i own experience that when we have been working hard for a time and we go for i a holiday, the first day or two we do nos | want to do anything; it is good enough . that we are not working. But as we get rested, as the reaction ! passes away, we want more and more to occupy ourselves whether mentally or physically. "I am certain ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

T H £ Y>¿ S A Y (By "ACE.") That Bert Roberts had bad luck when he received the wrong information about his match on Saturday, and did not put in an appearance at tue court, much to Gussie's dismay, as he was confident that Bert and he could have beaten club mates Bill and Ted. m m m That all the boys want to know what the joke was between Alan and Riss on Sunday, wilton created 6uch amusement. Nance appeared to be in the know, but just smiled when asked to tell. "Silence is golden," says Nance. I That Gus has given the village of In gleburn the go-by, and is now concen- j I Mating his energies on Fairfield, which I i he considers a. very "snappy" town, with lots of bright lassies; and he says tnat harbor excursions are most romantic. "Sez you," says Gus. . * . That Bruce has decided to start a new fashion in tennis attire, and appeared on the courts during the week with a split in his trousers from knee to ankle, exposing his pretty calf to the public gaze. The girls admired him...

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MACQUARIE STREET WIDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

MACQUARIE STREET WIDENING. I Now that Liverpool is to have the, sewer, the time LS opportune for council | to again urge thc Main Roads Board to at once proceed with thc widening of Macquarie-strect. The east side, with its present irregular alignment, does not cre. I ate a favorable impression, for thc rea son that the old buildings, being1 nearer the footpath, are more outstanding than the modern ones. Before long too, verandah posts will have to ccn.c dewn. according to tiro council order, and the fronts of the old buildings will need alterations in any case.

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. A meeting of the Citizens' Progressive Non-political Party, formed 3 years ago, will be held in the School of Arts, Liv erpool, next month, for tile purpose of organising 12 candidates, representing the whole of the district, for Council elections. The organiser is Mr. W. Har man, who so successfully at the last council election, had his whole ticket of ( 12 returned to the council. j

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CASULA DANCE. A.L.P. Function. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

CASULA DANCE. A.L.P. Function. Under the auspices cf Liverpool branch of the A.L.P., a successful euchre party and dance was held in Casula Hall last Saturday night. Thomas" Memodians provided the music, and Mr. Tas. Carter acted as M.C. Euchre winners were Mrs. Dixon and Mr. Wainwright. The ladies, comprising Mesdames Emery, Cook ana O'Neill, assisted by others, served a de lightful supper. The post of doorkeeper j was capably controlled by Mr. Arthur Taylor.

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MOTOR CYCLE STRIKES CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

i MOTOR CYCLE STRIKES CAR. When a motor lorry caught fire, traf I fie in Campbell-road, Casula, on Satur. day, became blocked. Patrick Cullen, 25, I of High-street, Liverpool, who was riding I a motor cycle, collided with the back of a car, and he suffered a fractured right leg. Ketty Askew, cf Scott-street, Liv erpool, who was riding pillion, suffered, abrasions to her legs and hands. They were taken by Liverpool Ambulance to J the district hospital. The fire in the lorry was extinguished with bags. ,

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LIVERPOOL BABY HEALTH CENTRE. Progress Report. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

LIVERPOOL BABY HEALTH CENTRE, j Progress Report. I The following particulars relate to the | work of the Liverpool Baby Health Cen. tie during the past month: Mothers Visited by Sisters.-Of new born babies. 34; subsequent and miscel laneous visits, 2. Total visits, 36, Work at centre.-New cases enrolled at centre, 14; babies weighed, 310; test' meals given, 16; expectant mothers ad vised, 5. Attendance at centre.-Infants under one year, 263; under two years, 27; un der three years. 17. Total attendances, including mothers without babies, 320. Daily average attendance at centre, 35.5.

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PICTON SALEYARDS OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

PICTON' SALEYARDS OPENED. On Monday, 13th inst., the Picton Saleyards were officially opened by the Mayor of, Picton (Aid. Eagles), who, in a few well-chosen words, declared the sale open and introduced the new firm of auctioneers (Messrs. John V. Tully and Lance Hill). The Mayor congratulated the auctioneers and expressed confidence in the prospects for the future. A large number of buyers were present > from the city and surrounding: districts I were in attendance, and so high prices for various classes of stock were obtained. I The sales will continue on every sec ond Monday as from the opening day.

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MOTORIST FINED £5. Driving Under Influence. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

MOTORIST FINED £5. Driving Unoer Influence. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday last. Harold C. Smith was charged with having driven a motor car at Glenfield, on September II, while under the influ ence of intoxicating liquor. He pleaded guilty, and was fined £5. Constable Cantwell said defendant was unsteady, and smelt of liquor.

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CAR ABLAZE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

I CAB ABLAZE. | Last Thursday night, at 9.10 o'clock,' Constable Weir, of Liverpool, was filling his car tank with petrol, preparatory to his departure on a tour next morning. He had a hurricane lamp. 10 feet from the tank, bul thc fumes spread and ig nited. The car was damaged consider ably-the upholster}-, hood and duco. : The fire brigade was called, but the J fire was extinguished with a garden hose.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

CONSULT John V. TULLY F.R.E.I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Telephone; Liverpool 247. ADVICE GIVEN respecting all ,Prcp-rty Matters, S ock Sales, Trucking ana General Auction Information. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ash croll & Sons, piy.ua. "QUALITV CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons stock all those meats Suci as s'and any Purlly Tesl ! Herí ar > those stocks, good Judges say, Can easily excel the rest. Really the Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are tender and juicy Th y maki from the Ashcr-ft blccks. .Tis always this Popular Meat Mart Supplies you the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! H.J. BIDDLE, M.O.O.A. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN, 10 -Railway Parade, Granville, and 86 SOUTH PARADE, AUBURN (opp. Rail...

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