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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

ÍBy "Ace."» [ That the Ptesldmit thoroughly enjoyed I his afternoon tea during Ute match on Saturday last, desuil: Ruft ti tb) wida') Ktr.ctly forbids players indulging in the pernicious habit of tea drinking. Sez youl That Archie and his boys scored an other excellent win on Saturday, when they downed last year's premiers, and they ar: now all k;yed up for thc tfg match against the No. 1 team next Sat' urday. i That Cec is training his boy. on ''spinach,' whilst Archie pins his faith on tlie gocd old milk to keep his team 'in;trim. Go to it, boys, and may the te;t team win. That Eric and Billy luid a slight dis cussion on Rule 21 of the L.T.'A. hand book, during the match last week, wh n one ball collided with another during a rally, and both sides claimed the point. Billy may have been beaten in the match; but he is a darned hard mon to teat when it com r to the rules of Uie game. Eh.'what, Eric! That Alan carried efl his job as ccurt controller in fine style on Sunday last, and w...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZAC DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

ANZAC DAY. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Liverpool | sub-branch, RS. and S.I.L.A., placed wreaths on the Honor Roll of the Mem orial School of Arts, on Anzac Day, as did the pupils and staff of Liverpool Juu I ior Technical School, and L. Fairlie. Among many beautiful wreaths weit those in memory of.Corperal W. F. Cloke, 9th Machine Gun Coy., killed in action In France, 1/10/17; in loving memory of Pte. A.' C. Thorn, died of wounds. -27th March, 1918; of Pte. K. C. Randall, kill ed In action August 23. 1918; of Pte. G. G. Steenson, 13th Battalion, killed, in action July 13, 1916, and of Pte. J. J. Remilton, died of wounds, October 21, 1917. He: "Dancing is in my blood, you know." She: "Then you must have poor cir culation. Il hasn't reached your feet yet." A contentious man will never láck words.-Jewel.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

PRESENTATION. At the conclusion of Liverpool Council meeting on Tuesday night, the Mayor presented a very fine travelling rug, on behalf of the eldermen and staff, to Mr. W. J. Marsh, town clerk, who, after 16J years of service, is taking his long service leave, end leaves for England on May 22. The Mayor explained that the alder- j men felt they must show some tangible appreciation or Mr. Marsh's services. Mr. Marsh's health was enthusiastically drunk, after which he expressed his grate ful thanks and appreciation of the use ful gift.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FINGERS CUT OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

FINGERS CUT OFF. Whilst Mr. Gerald Griffith. 34, was feeding a power chaffcutter on a dairy tami at McQuarie Fields last Monday, his ? right hand was drawn in and the five fingers severed. He was taken to St. Ive's Private Hospital and then to the War Memorial Hospital, Randwick.

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BABY SHOW AT HAMMONDVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

BABY SHOW AT HAMMONDVILLE. On Coronation Day, May 12, a baby show, oner tn babies of Liverpool andi surrounding districts will be held. The j entries are divided into three classes birth to six months, 6-12 months, and 12-18 months. Entries close at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May ll. Good prizes are of- [ fered. In the evening a dance, bonfire, and j flveworks display will be held at the settlement.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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The Headlight-Menace [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Y Tito menace ipi gliu'hig' hoadlieiiU-on motor vulitclcB is due tu the {»nure ol motorUUi to observe tile regulations lather than the ? lights themsalvcs,- ?? , That view is expressed by thc Traffic Superintendent (Mr. stanton), and sup posed by the N.R.M.A., who suggest that motorists have tile power in their own hands to minimise the ' danger from glaring headlights. A suggestion mode by the secretary of thc Motor and Transport Defence League (Mr. Standish) that white lights should toe abolished in favor of yellow lights, as in Prance, ls not favored by the Traf- i fie Superintendent. ' ' i . "A committee in England recently gave ] careful consideration to the question of , yellow headlights," said Mr. Stanton, "but it . came to tile conclusion that no benefit was to be derived from them, and advised against the adoption of the sys tem. "Here in Sydney the police have ex perimented with yellow lights, but we are of opinion that they are unsuitable. We do not favor them." While ag...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LITTLE BOY BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LITTLE BOY BURNT. Paul Rappo, three, of Macquarie Fields, was severely burned by accident on April 30. His brother was working a rotary hoe, which overturned and caught Are, the boy's face, hands ani. body being badly bumed and his left eye severely injured. He was brought by a utility truck to Liverpool and conveyed by ambulance to the Children's Hospital.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. Everlasting Punishment was the fub jeet In ail churches of Christ, Scientist, an sunday. The -3olden Text was: "Evil pursueth sinners; but to the righteous good shall be repaved." Pro. 13:21. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "Let us not be weary in well doing; for in due season we shall reap if wu faint, not." Galatians 6:9. The following passage from the christ ian Science textbook "Science and. Health with Key to the Scriptures." by I Mary Baker Eddy, was also included : "To held you s?lf superior to sin, because God made you superior to it and gov ; ems man ls true wisdom. To fear sin ' is to misunderstand the pow.r of Love I and the divine Science of being in man's I relation to God-to doubt His govern ment and distrust His omnipstent care." P. 231. I

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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LIVERPOOL RELIEF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL RELIEF WORK. The Mayor of Liverpool reported to Council on Tuesday night that he had Interviewed the tinder Secretary for Local Government, who agreed to ask the Minister that council be granted the 10 per cent, bonus until June 1. On that date council will commence work under the loan and grant. The Minister has agreed to local labor receiving preference In employment.

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. ; HOURS: Monday to Thursday Library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Billiards and Card Room: Monday to Friday, 2 to 6, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to .1, 7 to ll. . . Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex I chang? on books, 3d.

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TENNIC CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

TBNNIC CLUB DANCE. There was a very fair attendance at the Railway Tennis Club's dance in the Town Hall on Saturday last. Music by the Moon Moths Orchestra was all that could be desired, and Mr. Carter acted as an able M.C. Miss Edle and partner won the spot dance, and Miss P. Stanton the lucky door prise. The supper was delicious, with Mrs. Boyd supervising.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. In the singles competition at the Hap piness Club's courts on Sunday, T. Heck enberg defeated L- Kemlster 6/1, 6/0, 6/2.

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Lorry Driver Charged CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Lorry Driver Charged CASE DISMISSED. Raymond Edward Laws was charged at Liverpool Police Court on Monday with dangerous driving of a motor lorry on Camp bellt wn-road, Liverpool, on Oc tober 10. and with failure to stop after an accident. Laws had previously been before the Court, and at Parramattta Quarter Ses sions,; the case against him, of wanton driving, was dismissed. The depositions of the previous hear ing were taken as evld-'nce in this case. The accident will be remembered as one in which a youth named Bertram Norman Childs was' injured. He was walking and playing a mouthorgan and went onto the roadway to pass a car ¡ parked on the footpath, when he was knocked down by a passing vehicle. The bench upheld the contention of the defence that there was no evidence to show that defendant drove In a dan gerous manner, and dismissed the charge. On the second charge, defendant gave evidence that he had no knowledge of any accident, and therefore did not have .cause to stop. His fi...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

BOWLS. Messrs. G. Mit««ell, S. Inglis, C. Dy mock and Sgt. Taylor visited the Men's Home on Thursday afternoon and played the Home team. The visitors won 23 to 18.

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DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE. At LIverpooBjPolice Court on Monday, John Ríchmonjí Johnson was charged with having-drqVen a motor car, on April 12 at LtverpooK while under the influ ence of intoxicating liquor. Constable Hob»? stated that at 7.50 p.m. on April 12 h« was called to an ac cident in Scott-stwegL Liverpool. He saw & sedan car pHCeK on tríe north ßiie, and a oottpe.fwlucilL had collided with the «edan and UftedVlt onto the footpath, breaking ia verandah post. Constable Cantrell brought tlie\defend arit to witness, and ne admittea being the driver of the coupe. He saidlhe did not know how thc accident hajnened. He had only -driven from the Mlcture show-about 200 yards. Def enda Jr smelt of liquor and was hesitant in hisypeech. but otherwise fairly normal, w told witness that he had had three mir four drinks since 4 p.m. He walkedJForrectly and gave reasonable answers. Defendant stated later that his mate was yery drunk and had thrown his arms afround his neck «nil nulled...

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KILLED A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

KILLED A SNAKE. While digging in his gorden last week Mr. Hugh Watt turned up a brown snake about 18 Inches long. He dispatched il with one swipe of the mattock.

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Housing Shortage. LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Housing Shortage. LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT PROBLEM. Hie shortage of houses in this district ls causing alarm. -Estate agents are har rassed by inumerable inquiries from gen uine tenants in good employment, who are seeking accommodation and cannot get it. Telling people that lhere are no houses available has become a monoton ous reiteration. It seems regrettable that no investors are tabing advantage of this situation to build good letting properties to suit the demand, at rentals ranging from 15/- to £1 a week, - It would- be a good proposi tion from the point of view of the in vestor, and a good thing tor the progress of the towns concerned. New people bring new business and trade and help all local matters and bodies. Liverpool district has awakened from its sonambulistic state during the las! two years, and folk from other suburbs seem to be turning their attention to the desirability of these suburbs from a resi dential point of view. Building activity is all that ls now needed, t...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL BOXER'S CHALLENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL BOXER'S CHALLENGE. Jack Wilson, victorian middleweight, has accepted a challenge from Max Ray ner, oí Liverpool. The contest is ex pected to take place at Rushcutters Bay Stadium.

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HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

HOCKEY. (By "On Side.") The Liverpool hockey team has been re-formed for 1937 sèason, and quite a number of new players will take the field this Saturday when they meet a team from University. No doubt well-known players will be missed tor a while-such men as C. Thorne, who is worth a place in the best of teams, also McVicker, Randall, Rowles, Hunt, and Baker. It ls pleasing to see E. Thorne, a younger brdther of that great scorer, Charles, in the forward line, and on his shaping at practice he will make a fast, heady player. Other new players are McCooey, the ^ chess champion, and should he be as well up in hockey as he has been at chess, he will be a hard problem to handle. Grimshaw has play ed before, and would make a good full back, with Clarke, who always plays good hockey and is a tower of strength' to the team. Young Houlton shapes well ' and ls a good tackler; he will do gooa work In the half line. Kcalo. another new player, will no doubt shape up well, and I look forward to...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KICKED BY HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

KICKED BY HORSE. Mr. Prahlt. Meehan was kicked on the leg by the "newspaper pony" while ob taming a paper from Mr. Wych's cart on Monday morning. The leg was badly bruised.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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