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

A. WYCH, STATIONER - - LIVERPOOL START NOW WITH A LAY-BY! STROLLERS, ROCKAWAYS, TABLE AND CHAIRS, BICYCLES, a Beautiful Range of DOLLS lo select from, and a Large Assortment of MECHANICAL TOYS and BOOKS for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. FOLLOW THE READERS and JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY: 2500 Latest Books lo select from. 2/- Entrance, 3d Exchange. MAGAZINES - BOOKS - PERIODICALS NOW IS ? THE TIME TO REGISTER YOUR CALL AT WYCH'S NEWSAGENCY TO-1 A. WYCH 'PHONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. Albert Clyde's Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, For the SMARTEST STYLES MEN'S HATS, PYJAMAS, TIES, SHIRTS, BRACES: V Opening of (he FIB9T BANK Thii old coin «vas mljfted in 1817 In the reign of King George HI. In that /ear the Grut bank In Australia, Int Bank of New South wales, commenced business. The Bank, if* thcyl20 years that have passed since it was opened, luis Vl»»id an important part in thc development of al) States of the Commonwealth. This Bank now has 800 ^ranches throughout Australia. Kew Ze...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR. Frederick Lawrence. ttas fined £2 at Liverpool Police Court on Monday for offensive behaviour in Scott-street. Liv erpool, on September 25. Robert Pickering was fined £2 for of. tensive behaviour on September 25 in Scolt-slreet. Liverpool, and £2 for hide, cent behaviour.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREEN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

GREEN VALLEY. An interesting gospel service was held at Green Valley Progress Hall on Sep tember 26, Mr. Ron Diehm being' the preacher. Mrs. Pateman, who possesses a voice well suited to church music, ren dered solos and was accompanied by Mr. Pateman and Mr. Pender on si ringed instruments. In his announcement on Sunday, the Vicar regretted that money was not com ing quickly enough. "We have tried." he said "to raise tn? necessary money In the usual way./We have tried honestly: now we are ginng to see what a bazaar can do."

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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R. S. & S I. L. A. STATE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

R. S. & S I. L. A. STATE CONFERENCE. A comprehensive report on the recent annual conference of the R.S. & SJ.L.A. | was presented to the Liverpool branch by delegates H. L. Duckworth and H. Bird. Tne conference, which was opened by Lord Wakehurst, dealt with many seri ous problems, including war service homes. During tine year the League had been successful in enabling many who j were in arreas of payments to retain oc cupation, and hi some cases reductions were secured in payments and also in arrears. Repatriation, Medical and Pensions. Many motions were camed, and, if brought about, will greatly Improve thc position of the T.B. men. Dissatisfaction of the way men have been treated by the War Pensions Board was voiced and a protest made. It was also asked that the pensions be restored to the rates prevailing prior to the pass ing of Ute Financial Emergency Act. Force will be brought to bring about re lief to the present position of men who apply for the war pension ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 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.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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FASHION HINTS. FROM SCREEN PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

FASHION HINTS. FROM SCREEN I'EltSONAMTIKS, Extremely smart is thc new sports frock to be worn by Jean Harlow in her last Mctro-Goldwyn-Mnyer production. Fashioned from chamois colored crepe, it is trimmed about the hemline and sleeves with narrow bands of glittering black eire braid. The dress is topped by a short jacket of silver fox fealutiiig wide lapels of -natural chamois. Quintuplets clips soive tile neck trim, ming problem, according to Una Merkel, M-G-M featured player. Una recently purchased live indeniical jewelled clips, approximately an inch in length. These she places, sides touching, about the freut neckline of a simple, black crepe afternoon frock. The result was so higái ly effective that other players are copy, lng Una's idea and trying it ou*, on their own wardrobes. Another clever trick for summer is sug gested by Maureen O'Sullivan, M-G-M actresr,. Maureen suggests the wearing of scarfs, tied peasant fashion, instead I . CHARM OF CHINA. Most unusual is this .shor...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE. MOOREBANK v COOK PARK. COOK PARK—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE, MOOREBANK V COOK PARK. COOK PARK-First, Innings. H. Jacobs, b G. Uavies.20 K. Serisier, b W. Keato. 9 D. Gibbs, c Hoy, b W. Keuto. 8 L. Bell, c L. Kondall, b G. Davies.. 19 K. Bryant, c Keato, b G. Garard .. 13 R. Bryars, c Hoy, b G. Davies .... 5 Terry White, b G. Davies. 0 M. White, lbw, b a. Davies.23 B. Milne, c Randall, b G. Davies .. 28 C. Jansen, b L. Randell.14) T. Wltíte, not out. 4 Bundlies.12 Total '..155 Bowl.ny: Q" Garard 1/49, W. Keato 2/18, G. Davies 6,52, L, Randall, sen., I. 24. MOOREBANK-First Innings. G. Davies, c K. Bryars, b D. Gibbs .. 3 S. CotteriJl, b B. Bell.24 U. Randall, sui., c and to B. Bell .... l O. Grlmson, b B. Bell.21 L. Randall, b B. Bell. 0 W. Kc-ato. l.b.w.. b B. Bell.lu G. McFarlan, b B. Bell.16 , 1". Goodwin, b B. Bell. 4 ; A. Hoy, b D. Gibbs.13 8. MeVicker, not out. O' G. Garard, not out. 0 Sundries. 14 Nine wickets for.104 , Bowling: D. Gibbs 2.42, B. Bell 7/48. MOOREBANK 2 V LANSVALE PALS. MOOREBANK 2-First Innin...

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

F OR S ALE OBTAIN spacial sorvlofl and Sound Ad» vice on all propei ty matters, stock sale» and General Auction Information, con* Bult J°hn V. Tully, F.R.E.I. by exam.. Railway Station, Mvcrpool._ FOR SALE; If you have anything you have no further use for, let lt be known through this cojuma. EXCHANGE Nice Building Allotment, to excellent suburb, for a good Piano. Par ticulars, ring UW9209, or write Box, 43, P.O. farramatta._ FOR SALE: This is the column that will get w'.&t you, want. MONSTER HOLIDAY ALL-NIGHT DANCE 8-HOUR DAY, MOVUAiyOCTOBER 4, in LIVERPOOL TOUJJ/HALL, 8 p.m, Geo, Lee's New rail Swing Band, With Special Amplifiers. Don't Forget Ujg^PRIcH is ONLY 2/ Lxcellcuc Supper. Free Novelties. ' ._. . J. O'Neill, Organiser. THE TALK OF THE TOWN - HAPPINESS TENNIS CLUB 5 0-50 Y>ÍNCE TOWN HALLVLIVERPOOL, SATUROAY/^ACTOBER 9. Novelties Galore. \ Tasty Supper. Geo. Dee's Reveller's Band. ADMISSION.1/6 PUBLIC NOTICE. The Public arc hereby warned that Air Bombmg Practices...

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RECALCITRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

RECALCITRANT. I Bill (viciously attacking a piece of chicken): This must be an incubator chicken. Joe: Why? Bill: No chicken with a mother could be so tough.

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Masonic Service Lodge Temperance Liverpool 438. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Masonic Service Lodge Temperance Liverpool 438. Lodge Temperance, Liverpool, held its annual Masonic Service at St. Luke's Church ol England on Sunday evening last. There was a large congregation, who heard an Impressive address by Rev Bro. R. Harley-Jones, Th., Schol., Chap lain. Appropriate hymns were sung, in cluding "Onward Brother Masons." The opening sentences of the service were spoken by Wor. Bro. P. H. Gibson, jun.; Bro. J. Thompson read the first les son, and Wor. Bro. J. Beale tile second lesson. Bro. H. M. Potts rendered a much-appreciated solo, "The Masonic Hymn."

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. The following tournament matches have been set Gown for Saturday, Oc tober 2. 1937: Liverpool l (W. Cook In charge).-2 p.m., W. cook v V. Murphy; 4 p.m., E. penney <scr.) v W. COOK (rec. 15/2). Liverpool 2 (W. Nicholls).-2 p.m.. Heekenoerg and Mrs. Kenruster v Nich I ells and Mrs. Dunbar; 3 pjn., Blinman : and Blinman (owe 15) v Cook and Elford (owe /-3). ¡ Rhine Erin (R. Cole).-2 p.m., Coie ) and Miss Banks v Webb and Miss Kit chen I Glenfield (W. Toms).-2 p.m., Mis. I Topen and Mrs. shortis (owe 15/4) v Misses Webster and Hayes (rec /-3); 3 I p.m., Penneiy and Miss Thomas (rec. 15) I v Hames and Mrs. Welch (rec. /-3); 4 p.m.. Collins and Miss Webster (scr;> v Toms and Mis. Toms (rec. 15/3). Ingleburn 1 (C. Heeger).-2 p.m., J. Ashcroft v C. Heeger (A); 3 p.m., B. Croker v R. Keats; 4 p.m., Sorby and Harding! v Cole and Heeger. Ingleburn 2 (W, Beveridge).-2 p.m., Beveridge and Mrs. Beveridge v Brown an...

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FAIR EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

FAIR EXCHANGE. Angry Motcrist :. Some of you pedes, trians walk along just as if you owned | the streets. j Irate Pedestrian: Yes. and some of you i motorists drive around just as if you | owned the car. I T!ie happiness of voi'.r life deoer.cii :<. - . MU ? . t ..- ir r.'.- j,-]--.

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UNSAFE LOADING LORRY DRIVER CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

UNSAFE LOADING LORRY DRIVER CHARGED. Jack Nichols Badcock was charged at Liverpool Police Court on Monday with I JUVM% carried an unsafe loading on a motor lorry on August 6, at Cabramatta. Constable Masters gave evidence that it about 5 p.m. on August 6 he went to Jabramatta-road, Mt. Pritchard, and >a\v defendant near his lorry. Witness x>ld défendant that a piece of wood, ¿ick.ng out of a load, had worked out. ind defendant said. "Yes. I'm going to il." Le said it liad beem securely .astened ard was all right leas than haif j. mile back. j Harold oeorge Lunn, motor driver, stated that he saw me lorry coming to wards liim with a piece of wood pro jecting on thc left-hand side of the lorry. The wood would be 18 inches out. ana was a fairly large log. we-ghiv.g probably naif a cwt. Witness tried to attract the amer's attention, but lie was look^ig îtraiglil ahead. A girl, walking' along .lie road, was struck on tile face by the liece of wood. Witness went to the lorry, , »Vili...

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

._-_"1 ' '_,_ FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S , REPAIR & FOOTWEAR/SHOP, 1 SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Syfon). LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT SfT- PAIRS: We Give You the Quality as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. WE WILL P. E. Le DEMON M A S U R I E R, 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. Yoij/simply plug in tune inV-listen in. LTRATE GLADLY. B. C. D., LIVÊRPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. Job Printing, Good and Cheap, at "The News." GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GAR AGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 388. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. W I L L I A W'S O N, BAKER AND PA,^RYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY. LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOU...

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

HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, AUCTION SALES OF POX DUCE, STOCK, etc., DAY at 1 p.m. sharp. VEGETABLE AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY at ll a.m. OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. Agent for Alliance Assurance. FOR SALE BY ORDER OP THE MORTOAOSÍES, POULTRY FARM, of 6 Acres, sltuatîd In Bensley Avenue, MACQUARIE FIELDS, 8 miles South cf Liverpool, and li miles from Macquarie Fields Railway Station. IMPROVEMENTS: Weatherboard Cottage of 3 rooms and kitchen, man's room, swrcroom, incubator room and brooder house, garage, feed shed, 7 fowl-houses (I large), netted yards, 3 tanks and 3 dams. JOHN V. TULLY, Auctioneer, Has received instructions from the Mort gagees to sell th,? above Property by PUBLIC AUCTION at LIVERPOOL SALEYARDS on SATURDAY, 9(h Day of OCTOBER, 1937, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon. TERMS AT SALE. Full particulars and inspection oil application to the Auctioneer. FOWL-PO/ A CERTAIN PREVENTATIVE FULL PARTICULARS! from POULTRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION of N.S.W., 14 PhilhWt.- Parrama...

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Local Market Best [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Local Market Best In the recent remarks of the general president of the .Prinialy Producers' Union (Mr. Dunlop, M.L.C.) another in dication is given of declining markets i abroad for our primary producers. Mr. I Dunlop stated that imports pf butter in to the United Kingdom for 1936 had I fallen 20,950 tons, compared with the pre vious 12 months; and this year's figures will be lower still. He also added that [ the absurdly low prices of butter in Great Britain resulted from competition 1 by márgame. 1 Another authority, Mr. Russell King, a member of the Commonwealth Dairy [ 1-roouce Equalisation Committee, also believes that there is danger from the same source should butter prices be in I ci eased in Engiland. in Australia butler costs many pence a pound more than rn Great Britain, where wages are not so good and the purchasing power of the general com munity is, therefoie, lower than here. In most European countries the position is worse; and in Denmark, dairymen are too poor to e...

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QUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

QUITS. "If I'd known what sort cf person was at the other side of th>; door, I wouldn't have powered the bell ! " "If I'd known, lady, who would have answered it, I wouldn't have rung it." The registration of your dog ls now due. Owners are reminded to have the matter attended to Immediately.

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Fruit Growers' Association FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

Fruit Growers' Association FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. A commencement has been made In the Fruitgrowers' Association to prepare for the exhibit at- the Liverpool Centen ary Show next year. It is desired to stage a competitive display, and the A.H. and I. Committee has been asked to secure a suitable trophy. The follow ing appointments were made:-Fruit sec tion, Mr. H. J. HSerse; grasses, Mr, Reg. Everitt; vegetables, Messrs. G. McDon ald and J. Hind; dairy, Messrs. A. J. Childs and R. S. Stephens; home indus tries, Mr. T. A. Haerse. A buying agency was considered at last meeting, but no finality has been reach ed. An organisation on co-operative lines is desirable if the grower is to se cure for himself all that is in the In dustry. Officials of Messrs. Henry Jones. Ltd., request that the project of asparagus growing in this district should be fur ther popularised. The proposal should appeal to holders to plant a plot, as thc price is assured before the crop ls gath ered. P. &amp...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. Mrs, Kelsey, of Hoxton Park, ts a patient lr» St. Ives' Privóte Hospital, Liv erpool, . » * ' Mr. C. May, of Prestons, ls ill In Liv erpool Hospital, * * * Mr. R. Brown, of Atkinson-street, has arrived home after many weeks hi Rand wick Hospital.

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SPOONERISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 30 September 1937

SPOONERISMS. The legend of Dr. Spooner, of Oxford, regarding his habit of putting the cart before the horse when speaking, persist to this day and has made him more fam ous than this erudition. One of his mis takes occurred when addressing a church congregation. He meant to say he had a half-formed wish In his bosom, and he ennrunped that he had a "half-warmed fish." When a radio performer makes a similar mistake, lt ts apt to be costly. This was the case In the B.S.A, studio, at 2GB. The BS.A. players were record ing a trascriptlon and one of them should have said : "Hit him with the butt cf the I gun." Instead of which he exclaimed, "Hit him ~Uh the pitt cf :iie ¡jua:." 1

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