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Economists Differ. BANKING REPORT. Many Weak Points. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

Economists Differ. BANKING REPOBT, Wwi)- Weak P»*nt«, An interesting' discussion on the re port of the Royal Commission on Bank me tojt place this week at a meeting o the Economic Society in Sydney. Aooui 60 professional economists were present ana the discussiun was very frank, al though, curiously enough, it was not re ported in the metropolitan press. Several speakers pointed out that tin Commissioners were ra tiler mixed on tm question of nationalisation of banking. They had definitely recommended against nationalisation, but some of their pro posals were in conflict with that recom. men dation. For Instance, tike Commiss ion favored limiting Ute note issue by la« but giving1 the Commonwealth Bank pow. er to exceed the limit "with the consent of the Treasurer." This provision open ed the way to political interference end if the Government were, thus free to increase the note issue to, say, £70.000, 000 as was suggested, it would be just logical to allow the issue to be increased...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BITTEN BY SNAKE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

BITTEN BY SNAKE, Whilst raking rn the garden at .the home of Mr. Gorden, of the Ordinance Stores, Mr. Sheehan, a visitor on holi days at Moorebank, was bitten by a small j black snake. He suffered noth.ng%w°rse i than a swollen arm.

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FARM MACHINERY FACTORY INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. TO BUILD ON 45-ACRE SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

FARM MACHINERY FACTORY INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. TO BUILD ON 45-ACRE SITE. The International Harvester Company j of Australia Pty., Ltd., lias purchased an area of 45 acres of land at Geelong-, Vic toria, from the Geelong Harbour Trust i at Crown Land Austloa. The land is ad jacent to the mam Melbourne-Gcelong road and railway, and face Corio Bay so that there is access to transportation by rad, rail and water. The railway line tuches the corner of the property at the North Shore railway station and a warf will adjoin the property to provide foi overseas and interestate ships. Tnis ls undoubtedly one of the finest and best located manufacturing, sites in Australia. Followng the purchase of the and Mr. G. L. McHcnry, managing director of the Internatonal- Harvester Company of Australia Pty., Ltd., made the unoer menlioned statement: "Owing -to the increasing demand for McCcimack-Deerlng Farm Machinery it has been decided to establish a factory which will be located on the land just...

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HERE AND THERE NEW ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

HERE AND THEfcE > NEW ROAD.',, Arthur Simpson's offer to Liverpool Council to puii down the dividing' fence between the new road connecting the three avenues and Graham Avenue, free of cost, was accepted. Mr. Simpson wil. keep the posts and the wire.

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Protection Against Diphtheria HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

! Protection Against Diphtheria HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S ADVICE. This year's Health Week booklet (to be published shortly) will contain the following article on diphtheria immunisa tion, which should be of interest to our readers: A child has just been admitted to the isolation ward of the hospital suffering from diphtheria. He wakes up complain ing of a sore throat and difficulty of swallowing, and his parents wisely im-1 mediately call the doctor. On admission to hospital he is given antitoxin, which will give him every possible chance of fighting the infection, unless it is so overwhelming' that he will die. Sometimes diphtheria cannot be diag nosed so easily. It may commence with hoarseness, and perhaps a rough croupy cough. After a day or two the symp toms rapidly become worse, usually at, night, and the child experiences great 1 difficulty In breathing. This ls a dan gerous type of case, as it means the ad ministration of antitoxin is delayed, and consequently the chance of the chi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

CONSULT --- * John V. TULLY F.R.E.I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. ' Telephone: Liverpool 217. ADVICE GIVEN respecting all Prop:rty Matters. S ock Sales, Trucking and General Auction Information. CATTLE SALES : Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft & Sons, HUN. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons stock all those meats Sue l as s'and any Purity Test ! Her/3 ar » those stocks good judges say, Can easily excel thc rest. Really the Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are tender and ju'cy Th y nwl« from the Ashcrcft blccks. TU always this Popular Meat 'Mart Supplies you the Primest of Meat 1 So, when ASHCROFT & SONS,arc your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! H J. BIDDLE, M.O.Ó.A. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN, IO Railway Parade, Granville, and 86 SOUTH PARADE,' AUBURN (opp. Rai...

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EMPLOYMENT OF MEN THROUGH EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

EMPLOYMENT OF MEN THROUGH j EXCHANGE. The Local Government Department, in reply to Liverpool Council's request for permission to eneage 10 per cent, of labor outside the exchange, asked for a list allowing names of men and occupa, tions of those it is desired to employ. In order that the proportion of these men to the total number to be employed might be determined. The Mayor pointed out that, with the r Labor and Industry and Local Govern. I ment Departments, they were tied hand and foot as regards employment of men, who would have to be employed through the tuber Exchange. Aid. Ingham's motion, "that if council desired to employ men outside, to sub mit names," was carried. The cynic is one who never see» a good quality in a man. and never fail; to see a bad one. He is the human owl. vigilant in darkness and blind to light, mousing for vermin and never see ing noble game-Henry Ward Beecher. ti Any hard-shelled nuts can be easily cracked if placed in a warm oven fttr a few minutes, ...

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SELECTED TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

SELECTED TEAMS. Town View B team, against. Ingleburn at Ingleburn, next Saturday:-F. McIn tosh, si Selby,. R. Hindmarsh. E. Preston, W. Burgen. Joe Dunn, B. Hindmarsh. J. Stanford. F. O'Neill, Jack Dunn. L. Rog ers', li. Saunders, and E. Hanslow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

Pl IËIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIÎIIIIIIIIIIIII| with I TIMBER I If you specify that the Timber be supplied by us, you will be sure of the best, and will show'real savings. We supply Timber ¡ni any quantity for every purpose. = ALEX CRIMSON, Prop. Es I LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS § J^j Ge?rr. St., LIVERPOOL. 'MM* Uv. 2S4. P.O. Boc No. «. f==i £StiiiiiiTiiiii[siiSfi&iiiiiii[siiiiiiiiiiii[siiiiiiiiiiii[Siiiiiiiiiiiii[siiiiinitiiiiï^i DONT BE DISAPPOINTED ! Make sure your Boot Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL MEMlir.lt OF N.S.W. MASTER. BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. WE CANT DO EVERYTHING BUT -WE CAN f PRINT Everything From a Visiting Card to a Newspaper. A Neat Job, Quickly Executed, at a Moderate Price. Telephone: Liverpool 179 and 262. "THE NEWS," LIVERPOOL If you value the publicity given to district organisations and activities, help by send ing your printing to "The News." TPBLC mOD?L The sparkling beauty of the new West...

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES "Unreality" WBB the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text was: "Thus 6alth the Lord, What iniquity have your fathers found In me, that they are gone far from me, and have walked after vanity, and are become vain ? " Jeremiah 2:5.' Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the -folloWr lng: "Every good tree bringeth forrJr^jtST fruit, but a commt tree bringeth forth evil fruit." Matt. 7:17. The following passage from the Christ, ian Science textbook "Science and Health with Kev to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy was also included: "Good cannot result in evil. As God Himself ls good and is Spirit, goodness and spirit uality must be immortal. If goodness and spirituality are real, evil and mater iality are unreal and cannot be the out. come of an Infinite God, good." P. 277.

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EYES & GLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

EYES & GLASSES (Contributed by H. J. Biddle, M.O.À., | Optician, Granville'.) . . An eye specialist writes in the "Diary oí a Doctor Who Tells" ("Sunday Sun," 3/10/37):-"! passed Kathleen. Morley in the street to-day. She rather hurriedly turned- the other way when she saw me coming. It wasn't I she was annoyed with, so much as with her conscience. About three months she came along with the complaint that she suffered from constant headaches. Eye examination re vealed the need lor glasses. 'I can> see quite well, thank you,' replied Kathleen, obstinately, when I told her. I knew Elie was thinking of Dorothy Parker's absurd dictum." ' "Men never made passes at girls wear, lng glasses." It is true that man, being rather a stupid creature, falls for beauty first and character afterwards. Never theless, I do not know that wearing a pair of glasses ever prevented love be. tween two people. The clear eye and healthy appearance of a girl who wears suitable glasses is more attrac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

A. WYÇJJ* STATIONER..LIVERPOOL TART NOW WITH A LAY-BY ! STROLLERS, ROCKAWAYS, TABLE AND CHAIRS, BICYCLES, » Beautiful Range of DOLLS to select from, and a Large Abtartmcnt of MECHANICAL TOYS aud BOOKS for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. v FOLLOW THE READERS and JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY: 2500 Latest , Books lo select from. g/- Entrance, 3d Exchange. MAGAZINES - BOOKS - PERIODICALS . DELIVERED NOW IS. THE TIME TO REGISTER YOUR DOG CALL AT WYCH'S NEWSAGENCY TO-DAY. A. W Y CH 'PHONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL SHOP AT Albert Clyde's Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, For the SMARTEST STYLES -.ln - MEN'S HATS, PYJAMAS, TIES, SHIRTS, BRACES: FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL 63. We desire to particularly mention that yve stock only the Best of all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE-SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOB & DELIVERED to aU Parti of the Dist...

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'WOODLANDS' SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

'WOODLANDS' SPORTS There was a large attendance at Wood. | Jands Estate on Monday, October 4, when j Mrs. Bull held another of her successful ( sports meetings. . There was keen com petition in most'of the events, and the judge (Mr. T. Butts) gave 'complete sat- ! isfaction hi his awards. At the request of the competitiors, another sports meet ing will ba held in a few weeks' time. Following, are the results: Boy rider: L. Collis 1. C. Shaw 2. : Girl rider: June Court 1, Isobel Brock..; elhurst a ? ,i Maiden boy rider: A. McKeon, '?-.4 Pony mare.(led): J. Collis 1. C. Shaw 2. Lady'6 hack: Miss Brockclhurst 1, Mrs.' I Price 2. Oent.'s hack: Mrs. Price -1,' C. Childs 2. Novice hack: Mrs. Whiteoak 1, Mr. Jagleman 2. Lady rider: Miss Kemp and Miss Hig mott 1. Mrs. Jagelman 2. Gevit. rider: P. Ruddick 1, M Thomp son 2. Novice lady rider: Miss Vm Treaght 1, Mrs. McIntyre and Miss Chegg 2. Pony gallop: Miss Woods 1, Miss Whiteoak 2. * Four-furlong gallop (novelty) : Miss Hlemott 1, C. Brad...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. RESULTS LAST WEEK-END. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. RESULTS LAST WEEK-END. Results of matches played last Satur day t'.id Sunday: V. Murphy d. W. Cook 6/2, 6/2; W. Cook d. Penney 6/4, 6/3; J. Ashcroft d. C. Heeger 6/1, 6/4, B. Croker d, R. Keats 8/6, 6/3; J. Ashcroft d. B. Kirkpatrick 4/6, 6/3, 6/4; E. Penney d. Jce Dunn 6/3, 6/3; Cook and Elford d. Blinman and Blinman 1/6, 6/3, 6/2; Soitoy and Harding d. Cole and Heeger 7/6, 6/4; Collins and Haines o. Daley and Metcalf 2/6, 6/3, 9/7; C. Hee. ger d. R. Hindmarsh 2/6. 6/2, 6/2; Nic holls and Mrs. Dunbar d. Heckenberg and Mrs. Kemister 7/5. 2/6, 6/2; Penney and M*ss Thomas d. Haines and Mrs Welch, w.o.; Toms and Mrs. Toms d. Collins and Miss Webster, w.o.; Brown and Miss Ware d. Beberldge and Mrs. Beveridge 5/7, 9/1, 6/1; Misses Webstei and Hayes d. Mrs. Topen and Mrs. Shor tis 3/6, 6/1, 6/3. % TREMLETT CUP TEAM. The following team has been selected to represent the above association versus Homebush-Flemlngton. at Liverpool, m the Tremlet C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

LAST NIGHTS, at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Session: "LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY" and "The LADY ESCAPES" FRIDAY EVENING : Episode 6, "ACE DRUMMOND," Reservations can be made at Theatre Booking Office. Thone booking will be accepted. 'Phone Liv. iUY4) 116. No extra charge . for booking. Car parking service. Acoustlcon for Deaf Service] Persons. Theatre Now Operate)] as follows: MONDAY to FRIDAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m.; SATURDAYS and HOLIDAYS at 1.30 7.30 p.m. MATINEES all Holi days at 1.30 p.m, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, nfTORFR Q 11 A 19 SATURDAY at 1.30 and Î.30; MONDAY . 1 UDtR Ai OE IA and TUESDAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m. Bobby BREEN IS HERE AGAIN IFS SPRINGTIME EVERYWHERE! Directed ty Kurt Neumann:reproduced ^,Sol LeWtAj ( Principal. Productions. ¡Adapted from Mn. C. V. Jamison'$ novel, "Toincltt'$ Phillip." MAY ROBSON Benita Hume, Alan Mow bray, Louise Beavers, Henry O'Neill, Marilyn Knowlden and the famous Hall johnson Choir plus PATSY KELLY in "NOBODY'S BABY" ADDITIONAL at S...

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A COLOR-PICTURE OF ROBERT TAYLOR—FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

A COLOR-PICTURE OF ROBERT TAYLOR-FREE. "If you have a pretty flora] frock, make lt lock startling and new by wearing a black lace redingote over it. Take last year's frock, if it is still wearable, and wear over it one of the new edge to edge coats. Twist a gay sash-cerise or bright green-around the waist of a short, swinging black chiffon frock or go start lingly demure with a tinv white starched Peter Pan collar and cuffs. This paragraph is taken from an article in October "Everylady's Journal." There are, as well, stories and articles. Just teeming with interest. The photo gravure section of eight pages shows the world's news of fashion, stage end talkie, and -topical news In pictures. A free picture In two colors of Robert Taylor-the film star who so stirred the I'women of England and <,'*ewh«?rè-Vs given away inside the Octol "Every lady's Journal." You I four patterns by filling in the coupon and sending stamps for rjostaae. "Everv : lady's Journal" ls on sale at al...

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STRANGE MALADIES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

STRÄNGE MALADIES Sometime ago ail elderly man was sit ting in the dress circle cf a London theatre. He slipped a cigarette between his lips, lit a match, and . . suddenly there was a loud report as the cigarette streamed across the theatre like a rocket! The man's breath had exploded ! Subsequent, examination at King's College Hospital proved that rare chemi cal changes had taken place inside the man's body, rendering his breath as ex plosive as petrol. This ls only one cf the many strange diseases , that continually baffle the world's leading doctors, write John Beey ers, in "Everybody's." Kot very long ago an American was trapped in a wrecked motor car. His in juries seemed trifling, until a few hours afterwards, he *egan to swell. His skin stretched and streched until he was three I times his normal size. There was a ser ious danger that he would burst like a balloon, Finally, the doctors punctur ed him with hollow needles. Ia his case lt seems that the accident | had -caused air...

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INGLEBURN P. & C. FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

INGLEBURN P. & 0. FANCY DRESS BALL. Tixe members oí the p. and C. Asso ciation arc to be congratulated on thc success of the children's fancy dress dance, which was held on Saturday, 2-nd instant. The hall was beautifully decor, ated by Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Bethke. Supper, which was greatly appreciated, was served by Messrs. Percival, McFar land and Bolger. The duties of MX3. (no easy task) were carried out in a very efficient manner by Mr. Vic Chivers; and the music, which was supplied by Miss Vera Tripp, added greatly to the even, ing's enjoyment. During the evening a presentation of a fountain pen was made to Mr. Heigh - ington. on behalf of the P. and CA., a» a token cf appreciation for his services in the past. The judges of fancy costumes (Miss Carter, Mrs. Brocklehurst and Mr. Law renee) awarded the prizes as follows: Original costume: Girls, Maori Queen (Merle Leroy) 1, Music (Maisie Mclnnis) 2; boys. Football Results (Tom Collins) 1, Swaggle (Bill Bolger) 2. Charact...

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Liverpool Golf Club TOPEN-IVES PAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

Liverpool Golf Club (By "BIRDIE.") TQPEY-IVES PAR.* Last Saturday the Topcn-Ivcs post poned cventPwas played. Results were: Tom Hamer, 1 up; Stan Buckland. Square; "Cl Ireland, 1 down; . I. Binnie, 2 iown; Dr, Lovejoy, 2^ down. Last week-end Campbelltown held an open event for amateurs and profession-. als. Von Nlda won the professional event; willie Dr. Mc Andrews won the stroke evevrït with a gross 155 over 36 holes. The local boyç will appreciate their ¡ hpme course ' after playing 36 holes .at Campbelltown. I Holman played indifferently . and, rc- ! turtled a. card of 159, while the rest were mostly,up in the 170's. Fred Irvine took 91 for 18 holes, after losing several balls. Reg Chttty ican tell the depth of every waterhole on the. course, while Tom Prince had the bad luck to fall in a deep hole after, tryings to rescue a ball that almost reached the seventh green, but didn't. Jt . - . Personally, I think the reason why the Liverpool golfers failed was that they were all playi...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

ABOUT PEOPlE Mr. Stanley Doorey, of Wcbst*WQMU Hillview, I» & patton tn St. Joseph's; Hospital, Auburn, where he will undergo" an operation for appendicitis. * '* » Mr. Prank O'Neill, of Atkinson-street, was successful in an old-time waltöng"; championship at Newtown last Saturday. His* partner was Miss Rita Robinson. . . * Aldermen J. P. de Meyrick {Mayor), Childs; Ingham, Lewis, Howarth, Oreen, Pratt,. Nichols, pabris and Ashcroft were presentat the meeting of Liverpool Count. eil last Tuesday night. *' ? ?»-1. Mr. and Mrs. G. Roberts, of Liverpool? street, Liverpool, are being congratulated on tlxe arrival of a son. . . » Whilst Mr. Jim Rex, of niawarra-road, was travelling to work last week, he cap tured a family of wild ducklings In a small pond. The mother flew away when disturbed. Jimmy says the family is do ing fine. * . « Mr. and Mrs. P. Berridge, of Thelma street, Liverpool, have a new baby son, whom they have named Sydney William. :o:

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