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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 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.
Cricket Sayings [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
Cricket Sayings &lt;By "WET WICKET.") , That Moorebank No. 1 started the sea i sen well by defeating Lansvale with an ! .-mings to spaie. , I Tiiat the defeated team lived up to ! name, and showed their usual spotting spirit. Thal Herb. Ryan was bowling with a bad wi ist. Well,-there is trouble in store loi somebody when it gets all right again. lnat Lansvale thought Moorebank were living to 'put one over', and play Eddie Gilbert, bul it was only George Garald with a week's growth on. lnat George, by taking seven wickets for only twenty odd runs, showed that, with a bil more practice he will be bowl- ¡ ing something like his old form,. That Les Randall junior's skirt had the desired effect, as not one ball got past liim. That is when he was Uelcung. That Bill Keato says the best ball to , li-t for six is a nice fat full-toss. Yes. that is. if you connect. I That somebody played a mean trick on Frank Goodwin, by telling him his fact ory was on fire. Fancy rushing in and W'U.n...
FASHION HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
FÄfWlÖN HINTS The coronation affected Hollywood, as was revealed recently in a smart belt worn by Jeanette MacDonald. Thc bolt of blue suede, encircled Uie waist of a smart afternoon gown. Its catch was rn the form of a golden crown, heavily studded with jewels in Coronation colors Eleanor Powell was so pleased with the execellent results obtained in tailoring cellophane for costumes in "Broadway Melody of 1938," that she placed a« ord er for a cellophane cape to be made in strawberry pink. The cape, designed foi evening wear, will be tailored simply, and feature a jewelled clip at the neckline. Julie Hayden, M-G-M featured play er, is anxiously awaiting an occasion to display lier new undersea beach bag. Fashioned irom transparent oiled silk in ocean blue, lt features between its two layers, pressed sea weeds of interesting design. The bag was made especially for the young actress. Madge Evans. M-G-M featured player, is proudly displaying a new walch sent her by her mother who went...
CAMPBELLTOWN MINISTER FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
CAMPBELLTOWN MINISTER FAREWELLED. The Rev. John P. Christian, minister of St. David's Presbyterian Church. Campbelltown, for the past five years, who has received a unanimous call to the Rozelle charge, was, with his wife and family, accorded a farewell on Saturday night last in St. David's Hall, which was filled to capacity. It will be remembered that Mr. Christian was instrumental in recommencing Presbyterian sendees at Camden some three years ago, after a break of 50 years. The departing min ister was the recipient of a large wallet of notes; his wife, a handsome bowl; and the girls, a fountain pen each.
Tennis Club-House OFFICIAL OPENING AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
j Tennis Club-House I OFFICIAL OPENING AT LIVERPOOL. The official opening! 0f the new club house in Bigge Park, Liverpool, will bs performed by the Mayor of Liverpool i Aid. J. P. de Meyrick) at 3.15 p.m. on Saturday afternoon next, September 25, ; and it is hoped that a fairly represent ative gathering of tennis enthusiasts will be present, as the S.D.T. Association ls specially setting down some excellent tournament matches on the club's three courts. Among the gUiests who have been in vited and who will be entertained at afternoon tea in the club house, are the aldermen of the council. Mr. J. Marsh down clerk. Mr. R. Buchan (electrical engineer*. Aid. T. Fishpool (Mayor of Fairfield). Mr. H. J. Daley (president, S.D.T.A I. Mr. G. Longmuir (president. Liverpool Bowling Club), Dr. R. A. Love joy (president. Liverpool Golf Club), Mr. E. B. Cahalan. Miss M. Bossley. Mrs. A Andrews. Mr. A. Goodman, and rep resentatives of tile Press. Club members are winding up the day by holdingi a d...
POLL OF PRODUCERS OF EGGS. Marketing of Primary Products Act. 1927-1934. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
POLL OF PRODUCERS OF EGGS. Marketing of Primary Products Arl. 1927-1931. The Minister for Agriculture i.Hon. Tugh Main, M.L.A-) invites attention to the fact that the period of exhibition of the preliminary list of persons whom it is proposed to enrol for the abovement ioned poll of eggs-producers empires on Friday, 24th september, at 5 p.m. Ob jections to the enrolment of any persons whose -names are included in the pre liminary list and claims for enrolment by any whose names are not included therein must reach the Director of Mark eting, Department of Agriculture, not later than 5 p.m. on 24th September. Forms of application for., or objection to. enrolment may be obtained at police stations, 'public school or post officers in convenient centres throughout the area i controlled by the Egg Marketing Board. ' - i
Driving Under Influence FINE OF £5 IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
Driving Under Influence FINE OF £5 IMPOSED. Henry C. Stephens was charged, at Liverpool Police Court on Monday, willi having driven a motor car while under the influence of intoxicating liquor on Liverpool-road, Warwick Farm, on Sep tember 18. Constable Phillips said that about mid- ¡ night on September 17 he went to Ire land's Bridge, where a collision had oc curred between defendant's car and a i taxi cab. Defendant was unsteady on | his feet and he smelt of liquor, His voice , was very thick and his words difficult to understand. He said he had had two beers during the afternoon. Other men In defendant's company had been drink- I lng. ! A fine of £5 was imposed. ]
CLEVER SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
CLEVER SNAKE. i MT. P. Wych "spotted" a snake on Monday, right In front of his motor car. j It appeared to. walt to be run over, and Peter stopped his car, but could not find I the reptile. Finally he located it coiled J around the rear axle, near the diflercn ] tia), suction, of course. |
DIPHTHERIA IMMUNISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
DIPHTHERIA IMMUNISATION. It is requested that all parents desirous of having their children immunized against diphtheria report to the out. patients' department, Liverpool State Hospital, at 2.30 p.m. on October 5. and then on the following dates: October 7 and 28. and November 18. A charge of | 4/- for one child, and 8/- for two or &lt; more In the one family is made: but par ents who cannot afford these payments may have their children immunized free. Parents who reside at Chipping Nor ton and Prestons may report at the re spective, public schools as under: Pres tons, september 20 and 21, and each third third week; Chipping Norton Sep tember 27 and 28, and each third week. .
EGG MARKETING BOARD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
EGG MARKETING BOARD ELECTIONS. Tlie rolls for the forthcoming Egg Mar keting Board election, which takes place on Friday, October 29 next, are now closed. Poultry farmers are now await ing the announcement of the candidates who are nominating for election. The Poultry Farmers' Association of Nü.w. are first In the field, and are nominating -Mr. F. Owen French for the Northern, Mr. W. H. Bruce «of Messrs. Chas. Leach and San) for the Centre, and Mr. R. C. Blake for the Southern zones. These elections, which are held every three ' years, give the poultry industry the op- ! portunlty of saying whether lt is fully ' satisfied with present conditions in the ' industry or not. íf¿ not: saUqfled£ thp poultry farmer will vote Tor a complete change of producer members ' on the board. -:- I
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. I "Matter" was the subject In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text was: "Turn ye not unto idols, nor make to yourself molten gods: I am the Lord your God." Levit icus 19:4. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "Seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you." Mat thew 6:33. The following passage from the Christ ian Science textbook "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy was also included: "Mortals will some day assert their freedom ia the name of Almighty God. Then they1 will control their own bodies through the understandlnd of divine Science. Dropping their present beliefs, they will recognise harmony as the spiritual real ity and discord as thc material unreal ity.'; P. 228. Doctor: "Are you systematic ? " New Nurse: "Oh, no, slr, I'm Sister Smith."
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. The following matches have been set down for Saturday, September 25: Liverpool 1 (H. Percival In charge; 2 p.m., Croker and Mrs. Hill v Wych. and Mrs. shoitis; 3 pan., B. Kirkpatrick v Ft. Connell; 4 p.m., Croker and Brabston v Percival and Keats. Liverpool 2 (A. McNee).-H p.m., A. i Sorby v J. Harding; 3 p.m., Mrs. Strad img and Miss Sheather (owe 15) v Mrs. Brumby and Miss Locker (ber.); 4 p.m., I A. McNee v G. Wych. ) Liverpool 3 &lt;Murphy).-2 p.m., Miss Thomas v Mrs. Thompson; 3 p.m.. Col. I lins and Miss Webster v Howlett and Miss i Ríe; 4 p.nu Garald and Cock v Atu wocd and Murphy. I .Rhine Erm (G. Salway).-2 p.m., W. I Cook v G. Salway; 4 p.m., Misses Robin sou and Banks (owe 40) v Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Welch lowe 15/4. Happinese (E. Penney).-2 p.m., Cook and tudrd v Penney and Penney; 4. p.m.. Cook and Miss Thomas v Penney ano Mrs. Brown. Ingleburn 1 (R. Brown).-1.45 p.m., J. Ashcroft v C Metcalf (to f...
SALTY SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
í SALTY SUPERSTITIONS. Few women would like to face a day in tue kirnen wiUKUt salt, tnat humbie but essential ingreaieut wnich is so -neap tnat we aie apt to undei value it. Salt was not always cheap, however. Inaetd, ut one time, a was considered to je aunost as precious as gold. Li ancient Rome, oificials received .jait of tuen- wages in salt; this was .¿rmed "saiarium." and from that wora s oenved our own word salary, meaning wymeut for work done. From this custom -also comes the ..luaics, ..'Woik fer cue's salt"; "riot rt'ortn fits salt," etc. As salt was such a valuable commodity, it is hardly surprishig tnat it began to be hinted mat ic was unlucky to spill or losj it. avid from this idea many super stitions have developed with the passage nf time. In Leonardo da Vinci's painting of the Paschal supper, Judas ls depicted as liaving overturned a saltcellar and some authorities hold tnat this was the origin of the superstition that it was unlucky to spill salt. These salt supers...
THE MACHINERY OF PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
THE MACHINERY OP THAYER. If you are given to prayer, we suggest Tibet. There, praying is done by ma chine. First trie prayer is printed or' scrawled on a long strip of paper, like a stock market ticket tape. This ls insert ed Into the cylinder of a wheel, which ls turned by hand. The more you turn, the holler art thou, because every tum counts as a full prayer. If you find the j turning arduous, you may even procure a «.heel that it turned by the ail- currents, I
WHAT ADVERTISING DOES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
WHAT ADVERTISING DOES. When someone starts advertising, Someone starts buying; When someone starts buying^ Someone starts selling: When someone starts selling, . Someone starts making; When someone starts making. Someone starts working; When someone starts working, Someone starts earning; When someone starts earning. Someone starts buying. An endless chain, so to speak, and thc merchant who doesn't advertise and ad vertise regularly ls breaking the links in this endless chain.
INGLEBURN. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
INGLEBURN. PERSONAL. Mrs. Snell, of Ingicourn, ls spending a holiday with her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Hansford, at Wagga. DISTRICT IDENTITY'S DEATH. The Late Mr. W. R. Clark. The death of Mr. William Robert Clark, aged 56, of Chester-röad, Ingiv. burn, on Tuesday of last week removed one of the district's keenest sporting identities. The funeral took place on Thursday, when the remains were laid to rest in the Church of England cemetery, Den. ham Court, Rev. R. K. Robinson officiat ing. The late Mr. Clark, who was a bach elor, lived all his life in the district. He was a stalwart of cricket in Ingleburn, having been a grade player In his earlier life, and a vice-president of the Ingleburn Club, also a vice-president of Ingleburn Tennis Club, cf which he had been a staunch supported and player. In all sporting activities he was always willing to give advice and practical help. As a mark of esteem, the members of Ingle burn Cricket Club last Saturday wore black armbands. Mr. J. Marsh (to...
END OF SEA SLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
END OF SEA SLUMS. After seven years' Inquiry, the British I Board of Trade, representative shipown ers and officers, and seamen's organisa- j tions have agreed to regulations to abol ish "sea slums," declares Hector Bywater in the London "Dally Telegraph." The use of the forecastle for seamen's berths will hencforth be forbidden. Ac commodation must be provided amid ships or aft, as the forecastle is often a death trap in the event of a collision. Bathrooms and hot showers will be compulsory. All foreign-going ships of 2500 tons or over must have a hospital.
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
THEY SAY (By "ACE") That Billy Bev. and Randell Dunbar j have joined the merry band of 'monocle' collectors, and Bill smarted Iiis collection I on Saturday with a brace of beauties, whilst Rano.3ll could only secure ona; ? but he hopes to do better next time. Carry on, boys, you's beat the collection ol' Cec and Ray yet ! I ». * i That another mixed doubles pair has I joined Ali's household since he left Liv erpool, for the Stork presented his good wife and himself with a bonny pair a boy and a girl; and now Alf is the real proud father. What oh ! for walking i the floor at night. Alf ! I . » . I That Bill Cook says for a real enjoy I able game of tennis you cannot beat a howling windy dusty afternoon, espsci ally when you're playing an important match, and the ball just won't go wher? you want it to. Bill contempates build ing an indoor court, where there ain't just gomier be no wind.' That the boys say it was no wonder that Gus lost his match last Sunday, as he could nott concentr...
"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL." Review of the September Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL." ' Review of the September Issue. Another bright batcli of fiction is pre sented in the september issue oi "Thc Australian Journal." Shoit .stories in - clud "Sweet Lavender," a pleasant ro mance cf early Tasmania, by Catherine Shepherd; a thrilling! New Zealand rail way yarn entitled "Running Light." by * Cecil H. V. Steere; "Nothing Over Eisht eenpence." a further adventure of that irrepressible rogue. Mr. Maiolan. by Rex Grayson; Frances J. Moon's hilarious comedy, "In Your Green Hal." and other stories of various types by such promin ent writers as Alan Hill. Lama Millard. Beryl Gray. Lculs Kaye, Walter Smyth, and Harriette Gordon. In the feature pages, Miss Georgia Rivers, the popular fashion writer, com mences a series of wedding1 articles that should appeal to all women readers. Sev eral fine knitting and needlework designs are outstanding, and other articles cover a wide range of household topics. The price is ony sixpence at ail newsagents.
Returned Soldiers' Preference "MISLEADING ADVERTISEMENTS." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937
Returned Soldiers' Preference "MISLEADING ADVERTISEMENTS." The annual report of the Local Gov-1 erument Association of New South Wales states that councils are often compelled 1 by the Returned Soldiers' Employment ¡ Act to publish misleading advertisements. when promotions of oß leers are made, and that it is at a loss to understand why. an amendment of the Act has not been made to deal with the matter. The report states:-"As is. well known, the Returned Soldiers' Act does not ap ply In the case of a mere promotion to ihe service. At the same ¡time, it is usually necessary under the Ordinance, in cases of such a promotion, to Insert an advertisement calling for applications, ! and the advertisement must state that preference will be given to reetumed sol I dlers. Fer example, if a council pro posed to appoint one of Its clerical workers to the position of A grade clerk, lt must insert an advertisement promis ing to give preference to returned sol. diers. Li making the appointment, ...