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Discipline and Training. HEALTH DEPARTMENTS CONTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

Discipline and Training. HEALTH DEPARTMENTS CONTRIBUTION. The value of good habits and their influence on character formation from | early childhood cannot be emphasised i too strongly. If the babies have been | trained along sound lines from infancy, lhere will already hilve been laid the foundation of good character and self control. These qualities have to be de veloped as the child grows older, but a good foundation is everything. Obedience is iperhaps the greatest and most difficult of all lessons to learn. Children as well as adults are self-willed. Unless trained from babyhood to do so, they will not readily submit to control. Praise is a great stimulus to well-do Ing. Children react Quickly to praise or blame. But the parent must be just and self-controlled-wot capricious or irrit able. Threatened punishment which ls not or cannot be carried out is the great est error made by most parents. "Next time you do that, Johnny, I will . . ." But Johnny merely smiles. He knows that ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BUMPING HER WAY TO FAME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

BUMPING HER WAY TO FAME. Joan Davis is literally bumping her wav to fame. The 24-year-old daughter of a Minneapolis train despatcher, who has been on the stage since she was seven, took, by her own count, more than 150 falls during the photographing of a dance she does in the Walter Winchell-Ben Bernie musical. "Wake Up and Live." She expects to take about 70 falls ia her current picture, "Angel's Holiday," with Jane Withers. "It doesn't hurt me." said ¡ the good-looking, red-haired comedienne. "I've taken so many falls on the stage ] that, honestly. Tve become especially well padded in spots." Miss Davi,s also said that socking herself on the right side of her jaw to supposedly bring her stuttering to a halt has developed pro tective muscles along the jawbone.

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Youthful Parents. EARLY MARRIAGES IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

Youthful Parents. EARLY MARRIAGES IN N.S.W. Thc recent niarrlag: in Sydney of a 6irl aged 15 to a 19-year-old yauth is lar from being unique lu New South Wales. Figures prepared by the Government Statistician's Department show that the ases of brides in New South Wales last year rango from 13 upwards, and bride grooms from 15. Three girls of 13 became mothers and two boys were fathers at the age of 16. At the ether end of the scale was a lather of 79 and a mother aged 49. 1 » Of young brides in New South Wales last year one was 13. nine were 14. and of C7 aged 15 one married a widower. Two brides of 10 married widowers and two married divorced men. There were Ï67 Uicis cl 16, t£2 cf 17, and 1160 of 18. There were two bridegrooms of 15, eight of 16, and 57 of 17. One 17-year old bridegroom married a divorced wo man. There were 170 17-year-old bride grooms, one of whom married a widow, 427 aged 19. and 648 aged 20. three of them with divorced women as their brides. MOTHER AT 49. Of 45...

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

IF YOUR LENSES ARE NOT SUITING YOU, let us Quote you for a Re-testr Your Own Lenses can be fitted to a Latest Style Frame. Call and see the full range. H. SHAW, M m,F.io OPTOMETR V&T, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone; Liv. 39. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE'S TIMBER-LIME-CEMENT Glass Cut lo Size. . Wire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware/. Tradesmen's Tools. Paints and Oils. /Metters' and Ward's Stoves. Best Selected Groceries. I / Colonial Wines. Pay a visit to Our Store opposite for all lines of Household Ironmongery' Crockery, Glassware, Enamel, Tin and Alumin ium Ware, Brooms and Brush ware, Mats and Matting. Everything of the Latest and Best. City Prices. Tel.: Liv. 119. 199 & 201 Macquaric-st., LIVERPOOL. For Your Holiday suit Don't Delay ! Your Order placed by NEXT MONDAY will bc delivered for the Holiday. LOOK YOUR BEST in a BRADLEY TAILORED TO MEASURE SUIT, made to your order, cut to your measure, and finished perfectly, will help you to be we...

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

LAST NIGHTS, at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Sewion: "GIRL IN A MILLION" and "SEVENTH HEAVEN" FRIDAY EVENING: Episode 3, "ACE DRUMMOND," at 8 o'clock. Reservations can be made at, Theatre Booking Office, rhone booking will be accepted, 'Phone Liv. (UY4) 116. No extra charge for booking. Car parking service. 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. 18-20-21 SATURDAY at 1.30 and 7.30; MONDAY and TUESDAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m. ' Í (FULL ENTERTAINMENT AT EACH SESSION). .... a<v rrXthmical riot of love laughs 1A aÍ3 lyrics on a tropical .stand where the sun-k.ssed beUes tantalise the men \ barbaric songs and dances. -Adolph Zulor prMintl wau Cs. with BING CROSBY . BOB BURNS MARTHA RAYE SHIRLEY ROSS GEORGE 8ARBIER . LEIF ERIKSON A Paromount Plctur* . DlracUd by Frank TutlU 1 ,sie° ¿ \on See these grass skirl beauties and be enthralled with their rhyt...

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Sunshine Kiddies. ANOTHER CONCERT FOR AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

Sunshine Kiddies. ANOTHER CONCERT FOR AMBULANCE. Again Miss I. Brazier and her clever , pupils, "The Sunshine Kiddles," have come to the aid of Liverpool Ambulance, witii a grand concert, held on Saturday night last. As usual, the attendance was excellent, and the audience showed its appreciation by vociferous applause for each item. Miss Brazier was presented with a j bouquet of red and white i Ambulance colors) and a cut glass flower vase by the Ambulance committee; and Mrs. Macfarlane, honorary accompanist, also j received a bouquet from the committee. I Mrs. Beverley Bain presented Miss Bra. i zier with a basket of beautiful flowers; 1 and the children received boxes of choco lates and flowers. The programme was as follows: Overture, Mrs. Macfarlane; opening chorus. "Don't Save Your Smiles," Les ley Ayres and Chorus; Irish Jig, Little Betty Christensen and girls; recitation, Judith Ayres; "My Shadow where My Sweetheart Used to Be." Moira Macfar lane; Toe solo, "Waltz Dream," Amy...

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

Liverpool Tennis Club. The ladies doubles tournament played Iatt week provided an excellent after noon's tennis, as the conditions were ideal for play, and a close finish was the result, as the scratch pair, Mrs. A. Toepn and Mrs. W. Beveridge, beat the other scratch pail. Mrs. H. Ayres and Miss O. Kitcher, by ene game, the scores being 28 and 27 games, respectively. Third position was filled by Mrs. E. Hilten and Mrs. J. Bradshaw, from the on 8 mark, with a score of 26 games. Following are the results of matches played in the club singles last week end:-C. Heeger beat J. Shortis 6/2, 6/2; G. Salway beat H. Brooks, w.o.; Miss N. Salway beat H. Brooks, w.o.; Miss N. Rob,n^3n .beat Mrs. B. Roberts 6/1, 6/4; J. Webb beat F. Ollis, w.o. ""The following matches have been set down for next week-end:-A. Keys v J. L3max, R. Hindmarsh v G. Wych; Mrs. A. Topen v Miss M. Locker; Mrs. W. Bev eridge v Mrs. R. Dunbar. The holder of the title, eec. Heeger, accounted for John Shorcis in straight se...

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TWENTY-ONE AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

TWENTY-ONE AGAIN Mr. Smith, of Norlolk-st., Liverpool, was tile guest at a party in School of Alts on Saturday night. He is 21 (again) About 80 were present. Mrs. Ward, as sisted by Mr. Ward, rendered the dance music, and Mr. Tom Weale (piano ac cordéon) and Mr. Les Hcape (saxophone) played extras. Games were also indulged in, and a delightful «upper was served by lady friends. Mr. Smith cut the cake, to thc stradis of "Per He's a Jolly Good Fellow" and "Many Happy Returns." Little Mavis Bridges obliged with sev eral dances, and Mrs. Hubbard, a visitor, rendered a violin solo. I

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

A. W Y C H, STATIONER - - LIVERPOOL START NOW WITH A LAY-BY! STROLLERS, ROCKAWAYS. TABLE AX1) CHAIRS. BICYCLES, a Beautiful Bange of DOLLS to select from, and a Large Apartment of MECHANICAL TOYS and KOOKS for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. FOLLOW THE READERS and JOIN OI R LENDING LIBRARY: 2500 Latest Boohs lo select from. 2 - Entrance, 3d Exchange. MAGAZINES PERIODICALS DELIVERED NOW IS THE TIME TO REGISTER YOl'R DOG CALL AT WYCH'S NEW SAGENCY TO-DAY. 'PHONE: LIV. 147. A. W Y C H MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. Albert Clyde's Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, For the SMARTEST STYLES MEN'S HATS, PYJAMAS, TIES, SHIRTS, BRACES: Uhe Best that Oadio can HIS MASTERS VOICE" 6 VALVE ALL-WAVE RECEIVER With the new "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" 6-valve all-wave receiver you can travel the world of broadcasting and be sur» that, whichever programme you choose, it will come to you with a fuller repro duction of the original than ever before attained. Manufactured in Australia and designed for Australian conditions, the...

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

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SUPPERS ANO SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Station). LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You the Quality as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. 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 M A S U R I E R, B. C. D., 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-Weiding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. W Y C H, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE : Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY...

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LOUD-SPEAKERS IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

LOUD-SPEAKERS Di GERMANY. | Several million advertising -columns, with loud-npeakere, are being erected throughout Germany, by which Govern ment leaders may address the nation at a moment's notice through the micro phone. The* advertising space cn 'the columns wJi meet the cost of the broad casts.

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The Miracle of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

The Miracle of Life. If time is a mystery, and space and matter, enigmas, then life is in very truth, a miracle. It is difficult even to define life, and the dictionary partially overcomes this by telling us what life is not, thus: "Life ls the quality which distinguishes an animal or plant from that which is dead." iWe can learn much of life from its nrincipal characteristics. Wc find that from its lowest to its highest form, all life possesses certain definite structure. In health, the various organs work to gether in harmony, and when this is lacking, disease results, and even death. Life is unique In that living things can repair Injuries they may have sus tained, provided they are not too serious. Thus a lobster can renlace a claw, and a newt, a damaged eye. The power of growth is another wonderful feature of life. One of thc most amazing things about life is the manner in which living Organ ums transform into their own flesh and blood the many vastly differing substan ces whic...

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HORSE FORM. A Spring Comparison Between Mala and Silver Standard in Big Events Allunga was Set an Averloaded Task to w[?]n the Chclmsford with 9.11. Guineas and Hill Stakes Chances at Rosehill on Saturday next. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 16 September 1937

HORSE FORM. By TOM ELLIS. A Spring Comparison Itelwren Mala and Silver Standard ill Big Events Allunga wa* Set an Aveiioaded Task io M.n Hie Cliclmtiford with 9.11. Guineas and Hill Slakes Chances at KitKcliill on Saturday next. It will be an incentive lor Silv.r Standard's comnclions io ]>e.severe for Ute Metropolitan, u.ut lie meats Mala ten pounub netter luau last Saturday in ine Ciieimsiora Stakes, Mala beat Jilin aecisively ai uie end of that nine fur longs; out Mala had Ine uavantage of lue ¡¡ul mn, und mai is a very lmpoit uiu consia-rauon. , 1 tnouEli Ulai Ted BartV was a little too anxious to dispose of tile leader, El Benonia, and lie took Silver Standard up to tnat niaic inmediately alter the half-mik. Pewiaps ne was trying to steal lr, march; but tnat is hard to do in a weight-for-age race against champions. Ai vu; tup ci the straight lie was nearly two lengths io the Rooa; bu Mala easily utu lum uuwn. ano beat him by li lengths, ii my opinion Silver Stand ards fo...

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INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

INDECENT LANGUAGE. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, j Henry Mitchell was charged with drunk- ! enness, and with having used indecent j language in Scott-street, Liverpool, on I September 18. He vas fia«4 5/- and £2, respectively. ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

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SELECTED TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

SELECTED TEAMS. The foll owing players are selected to represent Town View against Cabramatta st Liverpool Recreation Ground next Saturday:-F. McIntosh (captain). S. Selby, Joe Dunn, Jack Dunn, R. Hind marsh. F. O'Neill, S- Howlett, E. Preston, E. Hanslow, J. Stanford, S. Rogers, S. Saunders, B. Hindmarsh. The following players are selected to represent Town View B against Cabra matta B, at Liverpool Recreation Ground, next Saturday:-F. McIntosh (captain), S. Selby, Joe Dunn, Jack Duna, R. Hind marsh, F, O'Neill, s. Howlett, E. Pres. ; ton, E. Hanslow, J. Stanford, B. Hind marsh, S. Saunders, S. Rogers.

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STRUCK BY CYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

STRUCK BY CYCLE. Mr. Vic. Pantlin, caretaker of Liver, pool Camp, was knocked down by a bicy cle one night last week and was badly bruised.

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HERE AND THERE LADY THROWN FROM SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

HERE AND THERE LADY THROWN PROM SULKY, Mrs. Kraner, of Moorebank, sustain, ed a nasty fall from a sulky last week when the harness broke, causing the horse to bolt. She received a very badly bruised and blackened eye.

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GREEN VALLEY v HILLVIEW. HILLVIEW—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

GREEN VALLEY v HILLVIEW. HILLVIEW-1st Innings. B. Cottril!, not out.67 G. Bird, b Stiff.17 Sundries.29 Total.216 Bowling: H. Stiff 1/14, ' W. Preston 1/6. GREEN VALLEY-2nd Innings. i W, Prestoû, b Lain©. 1 P. Wearne, b Bird.42 I T. Wilson, b Bird.i? H. Stiff, b Channon. 0 W. Griffiths, c Channon, b Turner .. 8 H. Jones, c Cottrill. b Laing. 1 R. Preston, b Rendell.27 W. Wilson, b Grundy. 1 A, McMullea. c Rendell, b Wheeler .. 0 J. Stiff, not out. 3 Wilberforce, absent. 0 Sundries.12 Total.112 Bowling: T. Bird 2/20, F. Channon 1/15, HI Turner 1/26, T. Laing 2/20, T. Rendell 1/14, F. Grundy 1/2, F. Wheeler 1/3. Won by Hillview-4 points.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

"THE NEWS" (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 17 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (NEWS and ADVTS.) READERS-Support tile Advertisers «ho are assisting to give you a newsy district paper-"Tb» Hun."

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