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CASULA AND BIGGE PARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
CASULA AND BIGGE PARKS. Casula Progress Assoclatlou, in a Jet. ter to Liverpool Council, asked' for a grant from loan money for provision of children's playground at Casula Park, and also conveyed appreciation 'of the efficient manner in which .the construc tion of the park and fence, was. «arried out. . . Vl \ £20 was voted towards swings, razzie*, dazzles, etc, at Casula Parte, and £20 towards improvements in this-respect at Bigge Park. V
HOCKEY DANCE. LIVERPOOL CLUB'S SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
HOCKEY DANCE. LIVERPOOL CLUB'S SUCCESS. i About 180 persons attended the dance : held in Liverpool Town Hall last Satur ! day Right by Liverpool Hockey Club. Hor. ton's orchestra provided popular music, whilst Mr. Syd. Stenner (who had been sadly missed this season ) gave every sat. ! lsfaction as M.O. The young1 members of the club ably carried out the work at tached to the function, and were assist ed by generous help from the ladies, who served an appetising supper. Mr. W. Harman is president of the club (an old veteran of tl« game), whilst Mr. McOovey la secretary. The chief guests of the evening were Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Poskett. The former, who 's president of the Australian. New South Wales, and Metropolitan Hockey Associations, was introduced by Mr. Har. num. Mr. Poskett briefly commented on the position,of the loca,! club, and expressed the hope that next season would see a repetition of the wonderful performance of the club two years ago, when it enter ed the semi-final in t...
EIGHT-HOUR DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
EIGHT-HOUR DAÑOE. Organised by Mr. J. J. O'Neil!. ALP. campaign director for Werriwa district), a successful dance was held in.the Town Hall, Liverpool, last Monday night. ^Gco. Lee's orchestra provided popular music, and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick acted as M.C. A very tasty aiijjper was served by the ladies, including Mesdames Cook, Emery, O'Keefe, O'Brien and O'Neill. Visitors were present from Chipping Norton and surrounding blanches, and thoroughly enjoyed the holiday nigHt. A Monte Carlo waltz was won by Miss ?Jean Brown and Mr. Brown.
VISITOR TO LIVERPOOL. FROM LIVERPOL, ENGLAND. Miss Nita Rosslyn, the Famous "Girl in Red." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
VISITOR TO LIVERPOOL. FROM IIVERPOL, ENGLAND. Miss Nita. Rosslyn, tile Famous "Girl in Red." Miss Rosslyn, the world's greatest touring cyclist, arrived in Liverpool on Wednesday, September 3Q, bearing civic greetings from the Lord Mayor. Aid. G. A. Strobe, liverpool, England. Up to date she has toured by cycle on strange roads (to her), over 52,000 miles, at all I times of the day. and in all kinds of wea ther. She officially represents over 600 centres in different parts of the world, and has undertaken a remarkable piece of ambassadorship in conveying the civic greetings of goodwill to and from places far and' wide. She finances her tours by her most fascinating travel talks, illus trated, with songs in many languages she speaks five, and has a knowledge of eight. Her business-like equipment, in bright scarlet, she has accepted in order to be conspicuous amidst the traffic. She has a white sapphire on her ¡¡ilk helmet and brilliant buttons on her waistcoat, which act as traffic s...
CHIPPING NORTON REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
CHIPPING NORTON REQUESTS.' Chipping Norton Progress Association asked Liverpool Council ow Tuesday night to place several loads of metal on tte bad portions of Junction-road, EpSonv road, and Charlton Avenue.-Thisr 'was being done. Thc association also asked council to consider the proposal of low ering thc drain pipes at Central Avenue and Barry-road, to get rid of the surplus] water on Messrs. Carr's and Stephen's properties.-Left in abeyance. - I
ALDERMEN'S FEARS DISQUALIFICATIONS AND FINES. DANGERS OF TECHNICAL OFFENCES Modifications Sought. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
ALDERMEN4S FEARS DISQUALIFICATIONS AND FINES. DANOERS OP TECHNICAL OFFENCES Modifications Sought. Tue dangers to aldermen and council lors of Incurring disqualification and j heavy fines for purely technical offences \ caused keen discussion at the annual conference of the Local Government As I sociation. It was decided to make an appeal be. I fore the bar of the Legislative council in an endeavour to secure amendments to a bill now before Parliament to remove the dangers to innocent aldermen. Delegates stated that the bill before Parliament did not go far enough. It proposed only that disqualification re garding sporting and social bodies should be removed, "We should go the whole hog to have the position put right." said Councillor Shaw (Sutherland), who add ed that lt had cost him £250 to clear his name before the' Supreme Court, after .1 technical disqualification. Mr. A. R. Bluett, secretary of the as sociatipn, said that the dangers under the present law were probably not know...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
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YOUTH SHOT WEEK-END FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
YOUTH SHOT WEEK-END FATALITY. Eric Lang, 19, of Carlisle-street, Bondi, with several other youths, was on the banks of the Cox River, Lower Burro - gorong Valley, last Sunday. A snake was shot avid thrown into the river for a target. One of the youths was about to fire at it when the gun prematurely exploded, Long receiving the full charge in the head. He died shortly afterwards. The Liverpool Ambulance, followed by : the police car, with Dect.-Sgt. Sly, of I Parramatta, left at 3.30 p.m., and on j reaching Burragorang Valley travelled 12 miles further along the valley, cross ed the Cox River twice (the water com ing up to the Miming' board of the am bulance waggon and entering the floor ? or the police car), climbed a 1000-foot mountain in first gear, and then left the cars. The party descended the rugged mountain, crossed the Koomung River, and continued on for half a mile, where they came across the party. The body of the boy was placed in the campers' car and taken up to the amb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
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DANCE AT AUSTRAL. Ambulance Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
DANCE AT AUSTRAL. Ambulance Benefit. After months of energetic organising, the annual dance, held at Austral last Friday night, proved a success, and over 120 attended. The heavy rain marred the prospects of a record attendance. However, £14 was realised, which is very satisfactory, and the organiser (Mrs. Dudley),, assisted by Mesdames Orton arid Pdrch and Miss Alice Scott, deserve praise for the fine effort. A large number of entries were re ceived for the cooking competitions, the judges toeing Mesdames Pirie and Gil. christ. ? Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick acted as M.C_ arid Orton's Golden Bell Orchestra pro vided the music. The fox trot competi tion was won by Mr. and Mrs. C. Grim son, the waltzing competition by Miss Anchis and Mr. Porch, and the choco late waltz by Miss Dixon and Mr. Cur-, tis. During the supper interval, Councillor T. G. Scott, on behalf of the committee, thanked everyone for their support for such a deserving causei.
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
Liverpool Tennis Club. The ladies' doubles tournament, which was played last week, was won by Mrs. Welch and Mis. Devitt (Campbelltown), with a score "of 29 games, from the on 8 »mark; whilst second place was filled by Mrs. G.. Thompson and Miss J. Brewer, with a score of 27 games, from the on 16 mark. Mvs. A Topen and Mrs. J. Shor tis had the best performance off the stick, with a score of 24 games, from tne scratch mark. Owingi to the holiday last week-end no matches were played in the club singles, but play will be resumed.next week-end, for which the following matches have been set down:-1, R. Cole v C. Webb; 2, Miss A. Rae v Mrs. J. Shortis; 3, G. Salway v W. Beveridge; 4, Miss K. Cole v Mrs. G. Thompson. The court controller for next week-end will be A. W. Forrester. (Mr. Bruce' Kirkpatrick, the promising club junior, who has been stationed at the N.3W. Bank. Liverpool, for the past ten months, has been transferred to Nowra, and takes up his duties there on Tuesday of this wee...
S. D. Cricket A[?]n. A GRADE COOK PARK v MOOREBANK No. 1. COOK PARK—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
S. D. Cricket Ann* A GRADE I COOK PARK v MOOREBANK No. 1. 1 COOK PARK-First Innings. I D. Gibb, run out.37 R. Biyan-, b G. Garard. 4 B. Bell, c Cotteril], b G. Davies .. .. IS E. Jacobs, c Randall, b G. Davies .. 0 T. White, b U RandaU. 5 H. Bryant, c Randall, b G. Davies .. 0 C. Jansen, c Goodwin, b G. Davies .. 5 E. White, l.b.w., b G. Davies. 9 B. Milne, b G. Davies.26 E. Serisler, run out. 1 M. White, not out. 1 Sundries.13 Total.116 Bowling: Gi Garard 1/18, G, Davies 6/56, L. Randall. MOOREBANK-Second Innings. Ii. Randall, sen., b B. Bell. l i S. Cotterill, c T. White, b D. Gibbs 3 G. Davies, c Serisler. b B. Bell .. .. 33 D. Grimson, c sub., b D. Gibbs .. .. 37 C. McFarlan, b D. Gibbs.34 L. Randall, jun., c Bell, b D. Gibbs 12 G. Garard, c H. Bryant, b H. Jacobs 7 A Hoy, stp. Bryant, b B. Bell .... S MoVickers, c T. White, b D. Gibbs .. 2 Goodwin, not out. 0 Sundries. . Nine wickets for.140 Bowling: D. Gibbs 5/48. B. Bell 2/50, T. White 0/20, H. Jacobs 1 /9. Won by Cook Park-1...
B GRADE. CARRAMAR JUNIORS v WOOLLEN MILLS. WOOLLEN MILLS—2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
B GRADE. CARRAMAR JUNIORS v WOOLLEN MILLS. WOOLLEN MILLS-2nd Innings. K. Wrlgl:|;, b W. Sewart. 22 J. Bradshaw, b W. Oeldart. 9 ' j. Dowse, run out. 1 A. Bosley, not out. 77 A. Williams, b L. Phillips. 0 A. Gillan, b L. Phillips. 1 A. Keato. b L. Phillips. 0 E. Cronan, b H. Burke, b Sewart.. 13 G. Yates, b Sewart. 0 R. HiTit. b L. Phillips ......... 1 T. Henkenberg, absent. 0 Sundries., ? . . . 22 Nine wickets lor.146 Bowling: L. Phillips 4/39, W. Géldart 1/38, W. Sewart 3/40. J. Bellerigèr 0/7. CARRAMAR JUNIORS-2nd Innings. G. Faith, c and b A. Williams .. 14 W. Geldart, b J. Bradshaw ....... 0 H. Burke, run out .. ..... .. 1. h. Phillips, c J. Dowse,- b Bradshaw 7 J. B:llenger, not out. 5 W Sewart, c sub, b Williams . 0 R. Bosci, b Williams .'. -5 W. J. Sewart,'b Williams. 1 G. Stock, b J. Bradshaw 0 C. Omeley and C. Goymour absent 0 Sundries .t .. .. .. ?. §.' Eight wickets for. .. 41. Bowling: K. Wright 0/1. J. Bradshaw 3/14. A. Williams 4/18. Won by Woollen MUls. by iM.rtins. ,...
C GRADE. GREEN VALLEY v FAIRFIELD COLTS GREEN VALLEY—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
C GRADE. [GREEN VALLEY V FAIRFIELD COLTS I GREEN VALLEY-1st tanings. W. Freston, c Harwood, b Cum ra trig« Ul F. Wearns, lbw, b Harwood. li W Griffiths, lbw, b HoOoraan .... 4 H. Stiff, b BussWl. 8 E. Lee. c Patterson, b Barwood .. ll H. Jones, c Patterson, b Cummings.17 R. Freston, c Patterson, b HoUbma 0 A. McMullen, c Harwood b Russell S W. Wilson, b Harwood. ft J. 6tlff b Ruspn. ( R. Birkett not out. 2 Sundries.io Total.192 Bowling: H. Cummings 2/58, J. Rus sell 3/29, J. Holloman 2, 30, C. Harwood 3/29. FAIRFIELD COLTS-2nd Innings. H. Cummings, b Jones . 3 C. Harwood, c Stiff, b Jones .... 8 J. Patterson, c McMullen, b Preston IC J. Russell c Jones, b Preston .... 10 H. Ragan, c Wearne, b Preston .. 7 N. Gale, c Stiff, b Preston. 10 j. Holloman, not out. 20 J.. Ferguson, c Stiff, b Stiff. 0 W. Foster, c Wearne, b Jonis .... 1 W. Lessells, c Wearne, b Jones .. 0 K. McNamara, c Jones, b Jones .. 8 Sundries. C Total. 89 Bowling: H. Jones 5/41. E. Lea 0/8, R. Preston 4/32. H. Stiff ...
FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
FISHING NOTES. (By "OREEN WEED." .George's River soon will be again Hie mecca of local fishermen, as conditions are improving rapidly, and good sport can be anticipated. Bait prawns are fairly plentiful. The darkies are steadily improving in size, and during the week end ' good panables were landed at the low tides. There ls the usual variety of small stuff, bream, mullet, and tailor, and fair catches of flathead and bream can be had cn a night drift. The party that journeyed to the En trance for the holiday week-end had no luck at all, the early part of tile trip be ing spoilt by rabi and wind, and a consequent lack of bites when the wind I dropped. A tip for the black-fisher in George's River: A couple of Sundays ago "Green Weed" caught a few darkies on prawns only; last week-end they would bite at weed only. So be sure and have both baits handy on your trips. An army of ants is reported to be travelling across South America. They'll be disappointed. We don't doubt that they've go...
Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
Liverpool 'News* Agents Copies of the Liverpool "News" can be obtained from the following district agents: Liverpool: A. Wych. Moorebank: P. Wy ch. 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. Q. Downes. Ingleburn: W. and T. Collins. Cabramatta Newsagency. Agents invited from other centres.
PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW. Council and Committees. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW. Council and Committees. When Aid. Fabris proposed that a »et jet from the Local Government Depart ment be referred to comrnJtteer at the meeting of Liverpool Council on Tues, lay night. Aid. Qhllds protested.against iie motion. The letter advised that the department had no objection to the variation of road specification set out in the engineers report to the council oh September 10, 1037, and further stated.that plans, etc., were acceptable regarding Casula Park ind Bigge Park; but that details of Ula. (varra-road drainage were required, for ipproval. i Aid.' Childs said the public were en I JUed to know what took place. -.The Mayor (Aid. J. de Meyrlck) re. . marked that when an alderman referred I a letter to committee, he generally had ! good reasens to do so. A vote on the motion resulted in the Mayor, giving his casting vote in favor ot the motion. Be explained that reports of committee meetings were always heard at the following meeting of council. Aid. Chi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 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.
SEWERAGE SCHEME. Employment Question. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937
SEWERAGE.' SCÍtEME. employment Question. The Local Government Department in formed Liverpool Council that the samt conditions apply to the employment ol «nen on the proposed sewerage scheme af to other works subsidised by the Gov ernment. That is, the li.WS. & DB. will provide for thc engagement of men through the Labor Exchange and sub ject to the ReUirned Soldiers' Preference Act. Preference would be given to bona fide local unemployed who were capable of doing the work. This was as far as the department could go in the limiting of employment 0n these schemes, and in view of this there was no need for a deputation from the council.-The mat ter vts received.