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Prohibition in the Home [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

^rohibitioin îit the Hqriië !&' if had twelve {bottles of whisky In ,mj Afilar, and my wJe told me bo empty tbf ¡«dntents of each and every bottle 'dow 'thfe. «Ink. i proceeded to do as my wift ¡desired sud withdrew the cork from *he fU^t bottrirpÔuip4,the contents down' th( Sink ;wlth; Uie 'jeioceptlon of one : glass -Which I drank.; I then drew the cork from the 'second bottle and did likewise, witt «jfcéption of one glass which I drank. «féiítráctedAhe pork from the third bott "-leu emptied the ¡good bid booze down the bottle except ont glass, which I devour ed. .1 pulled tije;cork from''trie fourth. ^Inkknd poured the bottle dotai the glass thjin I drank some.; I pulled'the battle from the cork of the next add drank one .sink «ot or lt, then I threw the rest down the sink. I pulled the sink out bf tpe next cork and «cured the bottle dosvn my neck, t pulled "thenext bottle out Öf my tht-oftt and poured the. cork down the sink, all but rjütv»ne stak which I drank, I pulled...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"All Clear Ahead;" [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

"All Pear Ahead;" More capjtal, additional industries and ' a lal ger population' are the-, chief, needs of Australia. All three questions are closely ^elated. Capital is necessary to begin new ventures or to expand existing ones;, and these in turn are almost the only means bf prdviding work,.other than seasonable. Or In any considerable vol ume.: .During the last few years stable conditions have Raided in bringing! a steady flow of capital ) Into the_¿%tnmonwealth\ ; .Many, seeking . a - field - --f or investment, were also wise enough to recognise that Australia had "huge local market for manufactured '2 goods -r that customers could be'found without effort Instead of searching foribçm, offen fruitlessly^ ii) ail patts of tha world; ? ? ? j - It ls' this influx' of capital and the ex. pansion in our secondary, industries which have been chiefly, responsible for the re¿ Lei of unempJOyment. If. there is no cessation of nia solden flow. of. capital, no halting ia pur manuacturlng p...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL SORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

ALL SORBY. Three men arrived at tte railway fta tton with the entention of catching the last train. As they reacted the plat form the train began to move out. The »tn len for the train, and the guard and a porter bundled two of them into the guard's van. By this time the train waa going too fast for the third man to get In, and' he stood disconsolately on the platform watching it disappear. "Hard luck, sir," Mid the porter. 'Tm sorry you were unable to get on." "Yes," replied the mah; "my friends i will be sony, too-they were only seeing 1

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTRICITY FOR HAMMONDVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

I ELECTRICITY FOR HAMMONDVILLE. . The streets of Hammondville settle: meta, near Uverpool, have been equip-] ped with electtJÉÎWlt. The «unent was switched on bif.ïâày Stewart on Friday night.. It was'stated that the 100 hornes j at Hommondvillè would be connectée j with thé eérvicé shortly.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket Sayings [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

Cricket Sayings , (By "WET WICKET.") That Moorebank No.1 found Cook   Park too good and were beaten outright by 27 runs. That good batting efforts by Davi,. Grimson and Macfarlane nearly pulled the match out of the fire; but they were poorly supported by the rest of the team. That Doug, says he would have got the rest of th. runs himself if he had not been. "knocked cold.'" ' That George Davies looks like living up to the early promise he showed with the bat, and a century is expected In the near future. Perhaps it will be next Saturday. That Moorebank were without "the service of Bill Keato. who was in bed with the measles. That Bill was s0 upset about being out of the game that he chewed up two blan kets and a pillow on Saturday afternoon. That Pop Keato borrowed an umbrella to. keep' the rain ut, but had several holes burnt it. It must have been the   sun. .   That Frank Goodwin has his catching confidence back again, and has asked for a pro...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

FISHING EXCURSIONS. Messrs. Ernie Gawthorpe and Bill Cruickshank journeyed to Port Kembla last week-end and caught a few nice schnapper and squire.     Messrs. Eddie Blake and "Red" Sheils went to Tuggerah, where they had a good time; but the fish did not fight over their bait.     Theo Wilson and his jockey pals de- cided the weather was against them and baulked at the first hurdle.    

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUILDING ALTERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

BUILDING ALTERATIONS. The well-known and progressive tailor, ing and clothing establishment of Harold T. Bradley, Macquarie-stieet, Liverpool, will shoitly tove a modern front to thc. premises, and up-to-date interior-fittings installed. Announcements will be^mafle when the alterations arc completed, ßo readers are advised lo read Bradley's ad vertisements carefully. ; --

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUILDING APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

BUILDING APPLICATIONS. At Liverpool Council meeting on Tues day nigilt, three building applications j were approved of-factory, Manchester1 Weaving Mills, Riley-st., £1126; altera, tions to dwelling. Mrs. E. Thomson, Ep som-road, £54; new shop fronts, H. E. Fabiis, MacQuarie-street, £200.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
George's River Scenery Travelogue. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

George's River Scenery Travelogue. ? . ¡ (By "LOCAL.") "See Australia First," is certainly a. grand slogan, but to "see your own dis trict first" is one that has more appeal and a chance of being carried out by the average man about tile town. Within a si wit run of Liverpool there is scenery that would make a favorable impression with a lot cf the more travelled citizens, but as yet is practically unknown to a great many. The upper reaches of George's River (fresh water) offer some of the most del-ghtful river scenery to be found within goodly distance of the centre. Here ls one choice spot: Follow Hume Highway till about 2 miles before coming to Campbelltown, tum off the highway at Leumeah (to the left) and follow the road for about four miles till you cone to a good dirt road turning to the left; follow this about two miles straight ahead into the bush as far as you can comfortably go. A delightful scenic walk, of about 1 mile, over a hand. built and slab paved road, takes you to...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SUPPERS AND r* SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire Station). LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You "the Quality as weil 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. Mantël 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 MASURIER, 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, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. THONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. W Y C H, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY. LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLI...

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

m OR SALE / I OBTAIN"special Service and sound Ad Vic« on,JU Property mattera, stop! sale« and moonera) Auction informat/n, con sult John v.. Tully, F.R.Ef.yBy exam., Railway Station. Liverpool. \S_ PdR SALE: If you have anything you nave no further use for, let it be known through this column. S EXCHANGE Nice BuHdln^Altotmcnt, ni excellent suburb, for àWacd PiBno. Par ticulars, ring UW9209rv write Box, 43, P.O. Parramatta. S \ FOR SALE: This is the column get- wi.at you want. Kat will .TO LET"well furnislyxl Cottage, 3i miles Liverpool, ll/- week; old>fed pension, i couple preferred. Apply GffL., this office. TO LET, Modern ¿rick Cotta¿£, Moore-', [street. Li ve. pool; a rooms aftd kitchen; I 30/- per week. Apply Aiiyiolt's buten i!*-_1_V_ FOR SALE BY ORDER OP THE MORTGAGEES. POULTRY FARM, of 6 Acres, situated' iii Bensley Avenue, MACQUARIE FIELDS, 8 miles South ci L.verpool. and ll .miles from Macquarie/F-ields Railway Statten. IMPROVEMENTS : Weatherboard Cottage of 3/rcoms and...

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YOUTHS TO VISIT CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

YOUTHS TO VISIT CAMPBELLTOWN. (A large party of Sydney Scouts will visit Campbelltown on Sunday, October 17, to view the historic buildings ana places in that town. Scouts from Camp belltown and the surroundinjr districts will join the party. Special church ser I vices for the Scouts will be held in the afternoon, including a service, to be con ducted bv Rev. J. F. Rcfe. in the his ri->r, St. pptp--: riv'Tii rsi Er.s'.ani

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Good Eyes and Good Health. DEFECTS OF VISION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 7 October 1937

Good Eyes and Good Health. DEFECTS OF VISION. (By I. CRAWFORD," Optometrist and Optician, 23 Oeorge-st., Parramatta). > Where the lens system of the eye ls I disiCrted:-Frequently the lens system of tue eye is distorted m such'a way that the hard outer surfare of the eye, called the cornea, or the surface of the soft, jelly-like crysialine lens, will not oe truly spherical, as nature intended them to oe. lix otner words, tue surface will not be truly round or circular In every meridian, but will be shaped very much like the bowl or a spoon. This defect is known as astigmatism, and while it is much more serious than tile two defects mentioned before, it can always be corrected by the use pf glasses with the proper lenses. In ! thta.jfjue the lens worn for the defective j eye must be made of a different power in ¡the different meridians so as to exactly ! ' neutralise the same error existing in the 1 eye; that is to say, whatever error ex- I isted tn the eye is neutralised and cor ...

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A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS Don't bs afraid tp state facts, or an original Idea.', There are enough imitat ors and commonplace Individuals with out, you. Act on your own Judgment. . A reclrJe for success: Keep .your head too), your feet.vm.rm. your mind busy. Don't worry over trifles. Plan your w?rk ahead and then stick to it-rain or shine, tjon't waste sympathy on yourself. If voa are a gem, someone will find you. Don't whlnp. Tell people you are a failure, and they will believe you. Talk and act like a winner, and'in time you will become ene.-Stephen Harte. Tenant (complaining): There are a dcaeh holes in this roof that the rain comes through. How long do I have to put up with it ? Landlord. Well, whait is to-day's fore cast ?

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WRITING SCORE-SHEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

WIUTING SCORE-SHEETS. I Secretaries are requested to jsee that the score-sheets sent to this offlpe are clearly written-not with very faint pen. I ell. Our linotype operator values lils eyesight*, and besides,' bad writing leads I to mistakes. . Lovely Loretta Young; and debonair Din Ameche find themselves as professional ' quick-thinking e'.eml"^ in trouble, and I also in love, In the exciting comedy drama set amidst Spanish intn'gue, "Love tinder Fire.' From 20th Centurry-Fox studios, it ls their best to date-you'll laugh and thrill alternately^_ Every normal man has th it reserva power within him, a mighty coll of force aha purpose which would enable him to make his liffe strong and complete were he free to exnnss the best and "<hs strongest things in him, were h? not in tered by some bond, physical or moral. -G. S. - Marden. You seem to haw plenty of intelli gence, sneezed the barrister." "If I wasn't on oath rd return the compliment," replied the witness.

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GREEN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

GREEN VALLEY. The fortnightly dance was held at the Progress Hall at Green Valley on Octo ber 9. Moon Moths orchestra supplied the music. The ladies" euchre prize was won by Mrs. Barnard, and the gent.'s by Mr. K. Doah. The lucky door prize was won by Mrs. Jarvis. i

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE. MOOREBANK I. v MOOREBANK II. MOOREBANK II.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

S. D. Cricket A*sn. A G.RAIHÎ. MOOREBANK I. v MOOREBANK n. MOOREBANK II.-First Innings. T. Ward, b W. Keato. 6 V. Murphy, b B. Childs. 3 V. Murphy, b B. Childs. 3 E. Burton, b G. Gerard. 5 T, Betts, b B. Childs. 1 B. Wych. b L. Randall, snr., b Childs 0 J. Wood, c D. Crimson, b W. Keato 10 A. Childs, c F. Goodwin, b G. Davies' 0 F. Péttitt, not out .. A. 4 P. Threlkeld, c A, Hoy, b W. Keato .. 0 J!. Pettitt, b A. Hoy.18 M. Rayner, b A, Hoy. 0 Sundries.131 Total.60 Bowling: G. Garard 1/8, B. Childs 3/6, MOOREBANK I.-First Innings. W. Keato 3/13, G. Davies 1/5, L. Ran dall, snr., 0/14. A\ Hoy 2/1. S. ColterUl, b J. Pettitt.TO L. Randall, jnr., run out.29 B. Childs, l.b.w., b A. Childs.15 L. Randall, snr., c B. Wych, b J. Pettitt u W Keato, c V. Murphy, b J. Pettitt 17 G. Davies, l.b.w., b A. Childs. 1 D. Crimson, c V. Murphy, b J. Pettitt '. G. Macfarlane, c and b A. Childs .. 32 F. Goodwin, b A. Childs.ll G. Garard, not out. 9 A. Hoy, absent. 0 Nine wickets for.146 Bowling: J. Pettit...

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GOOD FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

GOOD FISHING. Some fine fish were caught in Clinch's I Pond last week. Perch weighing 4 lbs., i and Prussian carp up to 15 lbs., were ; landed on a No. 2 gut line by "Snowy" Seaton. SNAKE GIVES CHASE. Mrs. Christiansen, of Epsom-road. Moorebank, was chased by a black snake in her orchard one day last week. She called her son, but the reptile got away.

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B GRADE. CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS V FAIRFIELD WEST. C.W. MILLS—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

B GRADE. CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS V FAIRFIELD WEST. C.W. MILLS-First Innings. K. Wright, b McNaughton.50 E. Cronan, c Coy, b McNaughton .. 7 j A. Williams, c Coy, b McNaughton .. 24 A. Bosley, l.b.w., b Kiddy. 6 A. Gillan, to Kiddy. 8 J. Bradshaw, b Agnew. I* J. Dowse, l.b.w., b Agnew . 3 A. Keato, ljb.w., b Agnew. t> J. Jones, b Agwew. 4 ¡ G. Yates, b Thompson. 7 W. Gardner, not out. 0 Sundries. 3 Total. .. 118 Bowling: C. McNaughton 3/32, D. Thompson 1/25, C. Kiddy 2/48, B. Agnew 4/10. FAIRFIELD WEST-First Innings. B. Robson. 0 L. Coy. 1 D. Hollis. 0 H. Godfrey. 4 D. Thompson. 0 li, Apnew.14 O. Kiddy.10 C. McNaughton, not out.10 G. Hathaway. 7 G. Roberts, not out. 4 Sundries. 7 Eipht wickets for.57 Bowling: K. Wright 4/16. J. Bradshaw 2/23, A. Williams 1/13, J. Dowse 1/4.

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PEA-PICKING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

PEA-PICKING CONTEST. A pea-picking competition, held at Moorebank last Sunday afternoon, was won by Mr. Peter Wych, Jnr., who picked four bushels In one hour. Mr. Jimmy Richardson was thc runner-up, with three bushels.

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