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

LAST NIGHTS, at 6.30 and 8 p\m. (Full Entertainment at Each Se»iion: "LOVE IS NEWS" and "SHE HAD TO EAT." FRIDAY EVENING: Episode i, .ACE DRUMMOND," at 8 o'clock. Reservations ca-n be made at. Theatre Booking Office. _ , 'Phone booking will OTïfi, be accepted, 'ph-¡n > f T* Liv. (UY4) HG. No extra cliargp lor booking, car parking service. Acoustlcon Servlcf tor Deaf Persans Theatre Now Operate^ as follows; MONDAY to FRIDAY at G.30 and 8 p.m.; SATURDAYS at 1.30 and 7.30 p.m.. MATINEES all Holi days at 1.30 p.m Saturday and Monday SEPT. 25 .& 27. see Belo > Theatre SATURDAY at 7.30; SPECIAL SAT. MAT. Programme, see Below. MONDAY al 6.30 and 8 p.m. (No Pictures showing Tuesday Sept. 28, oiling: to Theatre bcinjr let for sellout Conceit) WARREN WILLIAM and KAREN MORLEY in 'OUTCAST' SHORT: "LITTLE CUEESER" i COLORED CARTOON. SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE ai 1.30: SHIRLEY TEMPLE ill "NOW AND FOREVER." plus "OUTCAST," "ACE DRUMMOND " (E|)i ode 4 and Novelty Shorts. WED., THUR., FR...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Ingleburn Council. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

Ingleburn Council. At the ordinary meeting! of the above council, there were present, Aldermen C. C. Murray tMayon, H. H. Bainbridge, j G. H. Naylor. W. G. Hosking, G. F. Long muir and H. J. Maze. An apology for non-attendance was received from Aid. C. Luff. The Mayor moved a vote of sympathy with the relatives of the late Mrs. T. Mahon. ex-Aid. G. Hopping, and Mr. W. T. Hooper. This was carried by all pres ent standhig. The Mayor also reported that he had interviewed Mr. A. E. Rose regarding! bonus payments whilst engaged upon em ergency relief works and had found that there was no reasonable grounds for complaint. The Finance Committee recommended that Mr. G. Winton be allowed one week's leave in addition to that provided in the Award.-Adopted. Two applications to build were ap proved:-C. Dalton, dwelling. Parliament I road, £250; T. P. Cunningham, addition, Cumberland-road, £62 10. Council decided that a load limit of five tons to be fixed in respect of each of two bridges in Rai...

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

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Sj^tion). LIVERPOOL. BETTER BOO T|*/R E PAIRS: 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 Up 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-Welding, BatteVvr Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING"/ 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND P AS TRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL* THONE: Liverpool 30*1. BROWN liR^AD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMANDATION IS EAR...

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CABRA-LIVERPOOL CYCLISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

CABRA - LIVERPOOL CYCLISTS. Tue senior championship conducted | I conducted from Liveipool to Cottage Hill . ' and return resulted as follows: R. Wheat, ley 1, O. Eather 2, W. Anslcw 3. The junior championship resulted: S. Russell 1, R. Blacker 2, R. Knight 3.

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 23 September 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. Tile new suire Clerk of Nepean Oomu ell, M,r. cameron, was present at his meeting of council on Thursday last. He was extended a welcome by the Presi dent and uie Councillors. * . » Mr. Cameron said he had received as many kindnesses as possible. He said he .was Scotch, and might be a hall fellow well met, like his predecessor. Mr. Wil liams, but judging by the experience so far the office would prove a very happy one. . * . The death occurred on the 7th instant of Mr. James Miller, 61, of Kingswood, brother of Mrs. Hindmarsh, of Liver   pool * * * Mrs. C. May, of Prestons, is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn. Mrs. H. A. A. Mainsbridge ls still en joying the surf at Manly. » . . Mr. Hughie Watt won a "tenner" in the State Lottery last week. Mr. Rowley, of Atkinson-street, ls about again after an attack of influenza. * . * Mr. Chas Fearn is still a patient in Liverpool Hospital, suffering from eye trouble. * * * Mr. Bill Masson ls back at work aga...

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

HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND Sc FSTATE AGENT, SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL Telephone: Liverpool /28I. , AUCTION SALES OF MUlfrRY, PRO DUCE, STOCK, etc., EVERY WEDNES DAY at 1 p.m. sharp. VEGETABLE AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY at ll a.m. OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. Agent for Alliance Assurance. Absolute Clearance Sale Furniture - Plant - Stock - Tools, -- ON HISTORIO-s "Milton Park," Gordon Avenue, INGLEBURN, ON ACCOUNT Ote MRS. HILDER, / On SATURDAY, ¡SEPT EJÍB E R 2 5, At 1.30 p\m. / , FURNITURE-Solid Wa:nut DlningToomSuU*, co¡upns;np> Extension Table, 8 Chairs, Sidebbard and Couch; 2 BookX CaßV, Wardrobe, Cedar Desk Chairs, Cedar Dining Tabl?, Dinner WagApT, Grandfather Clock, Hall Stand, 2 Palm Stands, Bridge Table, Mahogam^bining Table, Chest of Drawers. Settee, Bedroom Suites, 3 Wireless Setar Cojiiode Chair, Large Quantities of Glassware and Crockery, los Chest. iOtchenx Utensils. Blinds, Venetian Blinds. VALUABLE DRAWINGS VÍND ETCHINGS.' The above complise mostly Ant...

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Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Liverpool 'News' Agents Copies ol the Liverpool "News" can . be obtained from the following distict agents: Liverpool: A. Wych. Moorebank: P. Wych. Hillview: I. Laing. Hoxton Park: W. H. McEachern. West Hoxton; T. G. Scott. Prestons: Mrs. May. The Crossroads: Mrs. prior. Leppington and Raby: Mr. Barrett. Rossmore: Mrs. Askew. Bringelly: Mr. Montgomery. Austral: Mr. Starr. Minto: Mr. J. Williams. Glenfield: Mr. G. Downes. Ingleburn: W. and T. Collins. Cabramatta Newsagency. Agents invited from other centres.

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NEW WOOL-SHRINKING PROCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

NEW WOOL-SHEINKING PBOCESS. ; The problem of pre-shrinking wool I without impairing its durability, softness, colour, and other qualities has been con. quered, according to a report from the Science News Service, which is published prominently In the "New York Times." The report describes an "extremely simple process," evolved by Mr. A. J. Hall, an English schemist. whereby the wool is dipped in a solution containing sulphurylchloride. It ls reported that important firms all over the world are seeking to adopt the nr/vHs

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

'THE NEWS' (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 1 7 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (NEWS and ADVTS.) READERS-Support the Advertisers «tho are assisting to give you a newsy district paptr-"To» New»." I FIBROUS PLASTER PARK ROAD, CABRAMATTA. G. V. SEAGUAVE, yPropr>t¡r. THE LATEST IN CEILINGS -Largo Range of Modoni Designs. Ceilings Fixed bwÇAnpclcnt Tradesmen. ! Recent Liveipool Job?: New Liverpnol I Hotel, Hunt's Service Station. n,"w Bank of N.S.W.. Additions to Town Hall, and many others throuhgout the district.

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MOVIE GOSSIP. Arnold Scores in Powerful Film Romance. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

MOVIE GOSSIP. Arnold Scores in Powerful Film Koma ncc. Edward Arnold-large, well-fed, :*lí indulgent, master of men and muncy comes to the screen in his favored role again in Paramounts "John Meade's Lady," a gripping love story, eomitijj to the Crescent Theatre on October 2, with "Outcasts of Poker Flat." Tile picture also serves as the vehick; in which Francine Larrimorc. famous Broadway stage star, makes her initial appearance in films after a brilliant career on the legitimate sta&e. She plays the role of a peor country girl whom Arnold, wealthy industrialist, manies Lo humiliate his high-born fiance. Gail Pat rick, when he discovers that she is un true to him. The mental conflict which arises when the giri discovers this, hew her love turns to hate, and then how she discovers tnat hate can never take the place of love, forms much of the subsequent action which embraces a story of deep emotion and romance. George Bancroft, john Trent, Sidney Blackmer, Jonathan Hale, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

BETTING (ZjJ FIRST-HAND ' Knowledge Ck TOM ELLIS ' each Tuesday and Friday 7 p.m. 2GZ (303 Metres) 'JuÁi&M, QoJJÙuuJ&aJkJ Tom Ellis: Best Bets 295 Elizabeth St., Sydney with I TIMBER I If you specify that the Timber be supplied by ti», you will be sure of the best, and will show real savings. We supply Timber in any quantity for every purpose. il = ALEX GRIMSON, Prop. j= 1 LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS § RS Cor«. St., LIVERPOOL. 'PJwe. LW.2S4. p.o. Box No. ft. F=j (SHIIIIllin DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! GHOOP TOSBNE*^ 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 ^S^/QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years,

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

THEY SAY (By "ACE.") That still another enthusiast, in the ] person of Bill (Perry B) Brooks, has join. od the ranks of 'monocle' coll-îctors, and I on Sunday last Bruce presented him with two very fine specimens, with which to start Iiis collection. Like, his fellow collector, Bill Bev" he does not believe in doing things by halves, and goes for quantity every time. * * * That Harley intends joining the Bowl ing Club as soon as the green is in play ing order, so that he can then have a game of tennis, cricket and bowls ail on the same afternoon. How about throwing in a spot of base ball, hockey or vigoro, Harley, just to make it interesting ? * * * That 'Switch,' at the club dance on Saturday night, hi his dovs-grey outfit, was the admiration of all the girls, and the envy oi all the boys. There is no doubt that hi has now become the lead er of fashion for men hi the old town. It is rumored that he intends to take up surfing this season, and will ignore Mr. Spooner's regulations by...

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Fancy Dress Dance CHIPPING NORTON FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Fancy Dress Dance CHIPPING NORTON FUNCTION. To help the Chipping Norton Hall funds, a successful fancy dress dance was ! held in the hall last Saturday night. The , organisers (Mesdames A. J. Childs and Bray) had all arrangements well in hand, | I and, with the assistance of the ladies' I committee, provided a dainty repast. The fancy costumes created great , amusement, especially Tarzan and the Dionne Quintuplets. The winners were: 1 Best dressed, Mrs. , Hagger (Russian Princess), and a special to Mr. Walter ; Gay (Tarzan) ; most comical, Bertha . (incognito)); funniest, the celebrated' Dionne Quintuplets (Babies, little Reg;, ! Ray, Ernest, Everett, Vince Carter, and Jack Schell; Dr. Dafoe, Tom Haworth; , Nursie, Maude Cole). Mr. A. J. Childs presented the prizes. ! Novelty winners during the evenmg were Mr. and Mrs. Shermon, Mrs. Cow an and Mr. Shermon. Miss "Bertha Blith.1 crs" and Mr. Ollis; Monte Carlo, Mr. and Mrs. F. Schell; lucky door, Mrs. Simp son. Thc popular musicians w...

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C GRADE. CABRAMATTA v HILL VIEW. CABRAMATTA—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

C GRADE. I; _ j CABRAMATTA v HILL VIEW. ( CABRAMATTA-First Inningn. C. Bradbury, c Laing, b Smythe .. 0 J. Harrowell, c Bird, b Turner .. ..35 Ä Tickner, b Smythe .. ,. A D. Westall, b Smythe. 6 M. Dredge, b Wheeler.28 S. Rolt, c Sharron, b Turner. 1 E. Ryauj b Turner.14 E. aoodwin, not out.13 S. Welsh, c Cotterill, b Laing .... 0 K. Ogilvie, b Laing. 0 J. Gough, b Smythe. 2 Sundries.18 Total.121 Bowling: P. Bird 0/20, L. Smythe 4/15, H. Turner 3/29, P. Charron 0/19, P. Wheeler 1/7, I. Laing 2/12. HILL VIEW-First Innings. B. Cotterill, not out. 38 J. Bendall, l.b.w., b Bradbury .. ..27 F. Charron, not out. 7 Sundries.10 One wicket for.«2 Bowling: Goodwin 0/30, Dredge 0/18, Bradbury 1/19, Westall 0/4. FAIRFIELD COLTS v GREEN VALLEY FAIRFIELD COLTS-First Innings H. Cummings, c Birkett, b Lee .. 9 I C. Harwood, c Wearne, b R. Preston 27 J. Patterson, b Lee. 7 I N. Gale, c Wilson, b Lee. 0 J. Russell, c and b H. Jones .... 5 J. Ferguson, c W. Preston, b M. Stiff 6 J. Holloman, c W. Pres...

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Spring Gymkhana Liverpool A.H. & I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Spring Gymkhana L'verpool A.H. & I. Society. (By "Key Bee.") Election day, October 23, has been se lected as tile day on which to hold this great function. Together with horse riding, trotting and bicycle races, Liver pool will see national dancing contested by children from, Liverpool and all sub urbs, each dancing their respective nat ional dances, namely, Irish, Scotch, ano folk dances, aided by the skirl of the pipes. Liverpool is going to hear some nung, let alone see a day which will be long remembered for excitement and a real day out for the children, horsemen and residents. There will be a number of footraces for children, entry free. Twelve silver cups have been awarded, together with money prizes, ribbons, etc., for bending races, flag races, novelty races, hackney and trotting events. Watch for calico signs, posters, and the columns of this newspaper for fur ther notices. Application for programmes to be made to B. C. Fitzpatrick (secre try, Liverpool show), H. S...

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SUCCESFUL CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

SUOCESFUL CLEARING SALE. Probably the best furniture clearance ever conducted in the district was held at Ingleburn, on the old historic Milton Park, on account of Mi's. Hilder, on Sat urday last. írliis sale was another success to John V. Tully, the Liverpool auctioneer, who| conducted thc sale before a crowd ofu approximately 200 people. Modern fur- i niture sold well,; bul for the old and an- ] tique furnisliings competition was most i spirited, and prices exceeded all antici pation.

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MACQUARIE STREET DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

MACQUARIE STREET DRAINAGE. Tile drainage of Macquarle-street. with underground pipes, in lieu of the present open drains, is being carried out by the Municipal Council, This will be a dis. tinct benefit, as the open drains, although cleaned out each morning, become foul during the day, and, in summer time par ticularly, are a menace to health. The ratepayers will no doubt appreciate coun I ell's efforts in this direction.

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Hillview Soldiers Settlement. PRESENTATION TO OLD SETTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Hillview Soldiers* Settlement. PRESENTATION TO. OLD SETTLER. Thc Hillview Settlers' Association or. ganised a social on Saturday, 28th hist., m thc hall at Hillview, in honor of Mr. James Shepherd, one of the oldest re I mailling members of Hillview Soldiers' I Settlement. Mr. Shepherd saw .service in thc South African War, as well as in Uie Great War. In the latter campaign heferved with 9th Coy. Field Engineers. He is one of the most respected members of the settlement, and lils leaving! for Newcastle, where he intends to settle, is causing much regret. He has acted as secretary for the Settlers' co-operative Buying Association for the last seven years. Mr. A. A. Watson. Director of Market ing, presented Mr. Shepherd with a trout rod and, angler's bag and fishing outfit, also a big bottle of "liniment," "to keep the mosquitoes away," as a mark of es teem from the settlers, j Mr. Frank Doran spoke at some length, mentioning many incidents of the old days. Mr. Harry Bird, another ol...

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NEW BOWLING CLUB HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

NEW BOWLING CLUB HOUSE. The official opening of Liverpool's new Bowling Club House will take place on Thursday, October 16, when the Mayor (Aid. J. F. de Meyrick) wil perform the ceremony.

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Moorebank News. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Moorebank News. PERSONAL. Mr. Jackie Thorne, of Ulawarra-road, Moorebank, has a poisoned foot. Mr. Barry Cooling, of Chipping Nor I ton. was riding a horse when he was knocked to the ground by a branch of a tree, breaking one of his arms. Mrs. Peter Watson, Moorebank Avenue, is holidaying in the mountains, Mrs. Card, of Greenhill Avenue, ls on the men after a bout of sickness. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs, W. Reeves, Moorebank Avenue-a son. I Jimmy Rix was seen burying a bag' in the orchard. The boys want to know if this was the winnings from Moss Vale. Congratulations to Bert Carpenter on I his good win at Moss Vale with his dog ¡ Polly. A good price, Bert. 4 to 1. Keep it up, and see that Jackie gets plenty 01 sleep. I A surprise party was given to Mrs. Masen, of Newbridge-road, by her friends. I and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Claude Hatton, of Greenhill Avenue, had a narrow escape from snake-bite. He was cutting wood, when a 6ft. tiger snake came from under the heap. C...

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