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LIQUOR CASES. False Representation of Address. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

LIQUOR CASES. False Representation of Address. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday. Prank Slmmatt and Richard George Stafford were charged with having falsely represented themselves lo be trav ellers, In order to obtain liquor from The Crossroads Hotel, Liverpool, on Septem ber 17. Sergeant Holman said the men told him that they had slept at Woy Woy, but both had come from Bankstown. Each was fined 20/-. Gentleman (-nearly bald): "You ought to cut my hair cheaper, there's so little of lt." Bárber: "Oh. -no. In your case, we dont charge for cutting "the hair; we charge for having .to search fer lt!"

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE. Miss Marcia Moore. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

I SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE. I Mts« Marcia Moore. 1 After months of hard organising in raising funds for their candidature, the results of the "queen" competition in connection with Merrylands Presbyterian Church were announced last Thursday: Miss Marcia Moore, with £25/10/9, was first; Miss Lola Naismith (£20/3/-), sec ond; Miss Margaret Gardener (£9/9/-), third; Miss June Shaw (£3/18/-), fourth; Miss Janet Clark (£3/5/-), fifth. » j Tile doll competition was won by Mrs. i C. Lewis, and Mrs. Forsythe (Parra Imatta) won the dress. J The crowning will take place on Fri- I day afternoon. I

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ASSISTANCE FOR POULTRYMEN GOVERNMENT CONDITIONS MODIFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

ASSISTANCE FOR PQUL1$YMEN GOVERNMENT CONDITIONS MOP1PIEUJ. Tho Premier (Mr. Stevens) has an. nounced that the Government had de cided to modify avie of the conditions of che scheme of assistance to the poultry industry, which was announced recently, by which loans will be made for the pur chase of chickens, or the feed for rear ing them. The conditions referred to: required the poultry farmer to whom an advance under the scheme is approved, to agree to the cancellation of his pro ducer agency from the Egg Marketing Board (if he held one) under which he was peimitted, under contract, Jo sell his eggs privately, and to agree not to I apply for a producer-agency during the period'of his loan. Mr. Stevens said that to prevent any undue restriction of the operation of the Government's scheme, it had been de cided that producer-agencies would be allowed to continue in operation follow ing the granting of loans under the scheme, but every applicant for a loan would be required to express h...

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WASTED QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

WASTED QUESTIONS. The short-sighted schoolmaster was rapidly losing his temper. "You at the back of the class. What was the date of the signing of Magna Charta ? " "I dunno ! " "You don't, eh ? Well, let's try some thing else. Who was Bonnie Prince Charlie ? " "I dunno ! " "Well. th8n. cnn you tell what the Gordon Riots were ? " "I dunno '! " "You don't ! I taught you all this last Friday. What were you doing last night ? " "I was out drinking beer with some friends ! " "You were ! What audacity to stand there and tell me a thing like that ! How do you expect to pass you examination ? " "Well, I don't mister. You see. I Just caine to to fix the electric light."

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HOME NURSING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

HOME NURSING CLASSES. Home nursing1 classes commence at Liverpool Ambulance Station on October ll, at 8 p.m., and will continue each Monday for six weeks. To each class, Matron McIntosh, of Liverpool Hospital, will deliver an instructive lecture. All interested are invited. The first-aid classes have now con cluded, and the 3G candidates were suc cessful in passing the examination. Cer tificates will be presented at the annual meeting of the Ambulance committee next Monday.

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SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL. Ladies' Auxiliary, R.S. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

I . SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL. i Ladies' Auxiliary, R.S. IOvo,- 90 persons were present at Hill- I view Progress Hall last Monday night, when the Liverpool Ladies' Auxiliary of the RS. & S.I.L.A. held a. successful social. Items during the evening were rendered by Mrs. Hubbard and two small sons, Miss Nancy Rendall (recitation), and John .Blundell (dances). The lucky Jazz cap was won by Mrs. C. Saunders, and Miss Ward won the lucky door prize. Music was supplied by Mrs. Ward and Mr. Rawlins, while Mr. Reg. Owen was an efficient M.C. The ladies provided refreshments.

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R.S & S.I L.A. Liverpool Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

i R.S & S.IL.A. I Liverpool Brandl. j Thc president, Mr. H. L. Duckworui, presided at the meeting of tile Liverpool branch of thc R.S. & S.I.L.A., held last Friday night. The matter of Poppy Day appeal was dealt with, and the usual or ganising will be carried out and the col ( lections left in thc capable hands of the Ladies' Auxiliary. The annual State Congress takes place on September 22, and Messrs. H. Bird and H. L. Duckworth were elected dele gates from Liverpool. Afterwards, the usual harmony prevailed.

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HAPPINESS CLUB. Successful Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

HAPPINESS CLUB. ,| Successful Dance. I IFollowing the successful birthday dance, the Happiness Tennis ? Club held another successful dance in Liverpool Town Hall last Saturday night. Ceo. Lee's Revellers were the popular music ians, and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick again acted as M.Q. The mystery barn dance was won by Miss K. Shannon and Mr. Emery; Monte Carlo. Miss Jean Brown, and Mr. Young ; lucky door, Mr. R. Ever, ett; bob and stand, Miss V. Bradbury and Mr. McNamara. A dainty supper was served by the ladies of the club, under the supervision of the popular young or ganiser, Mis' Peggy Stanton.

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SURPRISE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

SURPRISE EVENING. I When 40 friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Emery, of Liverpool, . last week-end, a surprise evening was tendered Mrs. J. J. O'Neill. Duri'ngi sup per, Mr, Emery, in presenting Mrs. O'Neill with a beautiful box of flowers, paid a tribute to the staunch work done by her for the activities at Prestons and the district, particularly for the A.LP. func tions, all of which had been so success ful. A beautiful cake, decorated in blue ( and white, was then cut by Mrs. O'Neill, who nearly responded. Musical items brought the happy evening to a close.

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HORSE FORM. QUALITY HORSES TO COMPETE AT ROSEHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

HORSE FORM. By TOM EWS, QUALITY HORSES TO COMPETE AT ROSEHILL, What a sitter Talking or Gold Rod would be for the Quality Handicap at Hawke&bury's Rosehill meeting on Sat urday next ! The idea of these Quality rac,?s is to handicap the best horses on a scale which affords them the chance I against the lesser animals. It is good I to see the Sydney club experimenting in this direction. Moonee Valley and I Caulfield run many of them in MS,l > bourne, and they certainly attract the I classiest performers and these in turn i bring the big crowds, i The maximum weigh»: for next Sat urday's Quality at the Hawkesbury meeting is 9. a. lt could have tl ¡en a little lower. A 9.3 maximum would prove more attractive to the class per formers. And apparently the club over looked the mattel- of the minimum. Crowding them all between a margin of 2st. 31b. would liave given the best horses the best chances, and after all that is what a Quality race should be for. There may be a doubt abou...

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B GRADE. CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS v CABRAMATTA B. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

B GRADE. CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS v CABRAMATTA B. C. W. MILLS, 1st innings. 290 ¡ j CABRAMATTA-1st Innings. I j L. Bromfield, b Bradshaw. 6 L, Harrowell, b Dowse. 9 i W. Ogilvie, c Williams, b Bradshaw 7 &. Thomas, b Bradshaw. 5 D. Cavanagh, b Wright. 5 Nt Gooley, b Bradshaw. 0 G. Morrison, b Bradshaw. '< L, Thomson, b Bradshaw. 0 J. Gooley, not out.17 R. Reardon, run out. 6 R. White, absent. 0 'Sundries.12 Total.74 Bowling: K. Wright 1/20. J. Bradshaw 6/34, J. Dowse 1/6, A. Bosley 0/7. CABRAMATTA-2nd Innings. J. Gooley, run out. 2 R. Reardon, c and b Wright. 3 L. Harrowell, b Williams. S W. Ogüvie, b Bradshaw.32 D. Cavanagh, c and b Williams .. .. 18 E. Thompson, b Bradshaw. 5 j N. Gooley, l.b.w., b Bradshaw .. ..ll G. Morrison, b Wright. 4 L. Thomson, not out. 1 R. White, absent. 0 L. Bromfield, absent. 0 Sundries. 6 Total.-.87 Bowling: A. Williams 2/22. K. Wright 2/15, A. Keato 0/0, J. Bradshaw 3/38, J. Dowse 0/6i Won by Challenge Woollen Mills-4 ' points. FAIRF...

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THE "SECRET EYE." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

I THE "SECRET EYE." j I A "Secret Eye" which detects aircraft .above the clouds, and aircraft flying at night, or through fog, has been produced by a British inventor, who claims that it will also prevent collisions at sea. I The Invention uses wave length of light longer than Infra-red rays, but shorter that wireless waves. The approach of ari obstacle miles distant in indicated, ana also Its direction. The appartus weighs 401b., and is con tained in a box one fcot square. The secret of the apparatus is its spec ial valves. Fower is {'jpplicd by three high-tension and two loy-tension batter ies. Shipowners have glaced orders for the Invention. Nature ls neither Kennel nor husk she-ls everything at ona,-Goethe.

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A.L.P. CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

A.L.P. CAMPAIGN. Mr. H. Lazzarini addressed well-at tended meetings at Hammondville last Saturday afternono and at Mt. Pritchard on Sunday afternoon, in connection with the forthcoming Federal elections. Mr. J. J. O'Neill, sub-campaign direct or, has opened committee rooms in écott street. Liverpool. . Great excitement is being aroused by the wheelbarrow derby, to be held next Saturday afternoon, and entries have so far been received.

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NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. LAST WEEK'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. LAST WEEK'S MEETING. There was a full attendance at last Thursday's meeting of the Nepan Shire Council. PRESIDENT'S REPORT. The president reported that, accomp anied by Ors. Barker, Watson and the Shire clerk, he had inspected Warra gamba Dam site, with Aid. Maunder. Representatives of every council in the district were prestnt. As the work was in this Shire he had extended a welcome to those in attendance. He suggested a letter of thanks to Aid. Maunder. CORRESPONDENCE. The Dept. of Main Roads forwarded a copy of Maintenance and Improvements programme for 1937/38, amounting to ! «,716. ; The Federated Municipal and Shh* Employees' Union asked Council to raise salaries and wages to agïee with the Fed eral award, as no increase had been made in the State award.-No action. J. G. Nash requested that a suitable approach be made to his property in Cam den-road.-To be attended lo. S. D. Kitcher requested attention to the entrance to his property. Bringelly rnad. Pres...

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

Liverpool Council Aid. de Meyrfck (Mayor). Aid. Nicholls (Deputy Mayor), with Aid. Childs. Ha. wcrih, Ingham, Lewis, Pratt, Green, j Ashcroft, Fabris, Hunt and Haerse were present at Tuesday night's meeting of Liverpool Council. The Minister, Public Heall)), wrote re. fusing a request to hepr a deputation re garding the removal of the Stat« Home. «nd establishment of 'a State Public Hos pital in lieu thereof. He stated there was no possibility of the Government ¡igiree Ing to tile removal of the State Home. Received. Cabramatta Council requested support '» having the construction of Cowpast ure-road effected by local men, who are : being given rationed employment,-co. I : operation was granted. I Tile Police Department advised Um conditions did not warrant a constable beWig specially detailed to supervise liai se at, the intersection of Moore-street md Hume Highway during the hours .^nildien leave school.-Received. An agreement covering the £5.500 loan vas submitted and approved. Th...

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MOVIE GOSSIP Garbo Loves Taylor—the Most Sensational Love Team in the History of Movies. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

MOVIE GOSSIP Garbo Loves Taylor-the Most Sensational I Love Team in the History of Movies. I "Camille," with Greta Garbo and Rob ert Taylor as its sensational co-starring team brings mutual distinction to Holly wood's two most glamorous stars. The picture, from Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Studios, comes to the Crescent, Fairfield. Saturday and Monday, Sep tember 25 and 27, with "Outcast." George Cukor. the director of "Romeo and Juliet," again displays the genius of his power in his superb direction of "Camille." The 'notable supporting cast Includes Lionel Barrymore, Elizabeth Allan, Jessie Ralph. Henry Daniell, Lenore Ulric, and Laura Hope Crews, and there is not a performance -among the group that does not deserve praise. The Dumas love classic of "The Lady of the Camellias" provides a peculiar, , brilliant vehicle for the glamorous Garbo. . She gives an unforgettable intensity to the most dramatic role of her brilliant careen. Taylor,- whose amazing success ls a brief two years on the s...

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THE ORCHARD BUDDING AND GRAFTING. Six Important Points. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

THE ORCHARD ! BUDDING AND GRAFTING. j Six Important Points. il. Use a suitable budding and grat ing- kniie. 2. Keep the knife and secateurs sharp and clean, washing them occasionally In alcohol. 3. Always make smooth cuts-a bumpy cut means that the cambium layers only contact in places. 4. Bind tightly and .wax thoroughly an air hole hi the wax coating may mean a lost graft. Overheated wax will scald. I he scion. 5. Unwind the raffia with care when examining for takes-do not score the bark to remove-binding. I 6. Operate as quickly as «111 permit of thorough workmanship. Trees that have recently been budded or grafted should be examined occasion ally and shoots from the stock checked if they are threatening to sap the grails or inserted buds. The growths from the grafts or buds may require some support' .o prevent them being blown ouU Al leaflet on the after-care of buds and grafts is available free ovi application to the Department of Agriculture. Box 36A. G.P.O., Sydney. The young...

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

Liverpool Tennis Club. i The ladies' doubles tournament playe I las. uaiv .-a un uiuj n .ieval . wno ail tnorobgniy eujoyea an exceUei I ¡uieiiii-ons ten.ns. Ag-ui a vet y cío: lilian icsuiieu, tor on me opening .oi it haiiuicaps it was lound 'mal Mis. A lupen tuid ttlio. ti. Ay/es isoraioi) l.a lieu tor nrsi place wun Mis. J. Snoru ana ¿ttus. o. riuJger iou ti), w.t.i 4 game j each; ana ni the draw tor tu uopuies MIS. xopeu and Mrs. Ayre we.e me luciwy oiuo. beconj piace w mied oy Aw'.». G. ?i'nonip.*m ana Miss î auiyuie \oii Lil wita 4U games. ¿Vuowiiig aiei ci.j results ol matche in tue ciub sargias played last weeli .-.ia: rt. nncino.0,1 UaL «j. wych o,; 4/ti, (i/j; J. umax beat A. Keys 1,1 6, ¿, 6,4; Mrs. w. iJjvenoge beau ivlrs. F uunbar ti.u, 6 u; Mis. A. lopen b-a MISS ivi. Lockei, w.m. nie lonou mt; maicHís have been sc down for next week-end:-Sunday morn ut,,, vv. oeveiiuge v Weir, rt. Owe iuomaj; isunuay afternoon, K. Dunoa v H. Ciyú?, ts. Kirkpatrick v W. Brock! Mrs. h. ...

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

FOR j High Grade Meat LOWEST POSSIBLp/pRICES Geddes' MEAT Market j Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL IF YOUR LENSES ARE NOT SUITING YOU, let us Quote you for a Re-test. Your Own Lenses can be fitted to a Latest Style Frame. Call and see the full range. H. SHAW, MirtFio OPTOME TfMs T, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone* Liv. 39. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE'S TIMBER-LIME-CEMENT Glass Cut to Size. . Wire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware./' Tradesmen's Tools. Paints and Oils. /Metters' and Ward's Stoves. Best Selectc ' Groceries^/ 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 Macquarie-st., LIVERPOOL. RECONDITIONED and USED MOTOR CYCLES MOTOR CYCLES OF ALL MAKES TO CHOOSE FROM AT THE SAME PRICE YOU WILL PAY IN THE CITY! We are DISTRICT AGENTS for the fo...

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THE HUMAN SHELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

THE HUMAN SHELLS. I We squeeze the orange for its juice, I We crack the cocoa-nut; j We try to burst the human shells i In which all life seems shut, ! All human lives within their shells j Some heavy, thick, some thin- j , Are overlaid with larger shells i Of governments "then in." 1 Our systems veil the perfect licht. And dull our perfect lives: We're born with all potential Iii'', > But live like bees in hives. These hives are now fair spoil and a\vn\ For selfish lust and greed. And horror tramps the holy srouiid. Where angels are in need. Let's change our selfish systems rmnri. That lives may see some light; In course of time all crusty shells WU1 crack and fall frcni sislü I Twill herald in the brighter diy. j And lives will clearly see That love is life, and. life is IPV - Thp truth that mnkpc all fr" "Velox..-in cw hang'1. i Cars pulling up suddenly "ii matu : roads cause a lot of trouble to vcliiHes . ' followingf complains a nv'toiis1 The ? 1 only solution seems to be to...

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