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Happiness Club Dance. Surprise Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

Happiness Club Dance. Surprise Presentation. I The Town Hall, Liverpool, was packed with a gay throng of dancers last Sat. urday nigh^ "when the Happiness Tennis Club held a gala dance. Lee's orchestra was in good form, and Mr. Terry ritz patrick provided a popular dance pro gramme. Excellent refreshments were served by the members of the club. The Monte Carlo was won by 'Miss Heirdon j and Mr. Marlin ; mystery couple, Miss Debenham and Mr. Fuller; spot waltz. I Mrs. Bowie and Mr. Carter; lucky door, Mrs. Boyd. During the evening Mr. Alf. Pascoe (president of the Happiness Tennis Club), >on behalf of the members, in a few well-cho.ven words, presented lo the M.C. (Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick) a set of brushes; and to the doorkeepers (Mr. J. Carter and Mr. J. Johnson) a set of brushes i each. These gentlemen have assisted I the club at its dances for a couple of years, and the gifts were an apprecia tion of their services. Mr. Fitzpatrick and Mr. Carter re sponded, aúo speaking on behal...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

LAST NIGHT (Friday) at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Seaton)-,N "GARDEN of ALLAH" & "BULLDOG DRUMMOND ESCAPES" FRIDAY EVENING: EpUsde 7, "ACE DRUMMOND," Reservation can be made at Theatre Booking Office. 'Phcne booking will be accepted. 'Phone Liv. <UY4) 116. No extra charge for booking. Car park ing service. Acousticon Service for Deaf Persons Theatre Now Op erates as follows: MONDAY to FRI DAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m.; SATURDAYS at 1.30 and 7.30 pjn, MATINEES all Holidays at 1.30. Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, OCTOBER 16, 18 & 19 SATURDAY at 1.30 and 7.30; MONDAY and TUESDAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m. THIN MAN wild JAMES STEWART . ELISSA LAND! JOSEPH CALLEJA . . JESSIE RALPH Mr. and Mrs. Thin Man and that dog of theirs are back in a brand new screen romp that's headed for the tops in merry entertainment-with a kiss to every clue, a hug to every thrill ! Thc laughs start right where "The Thin Man" left off ! plus BUSTER CRABBE in murder goes to College Also:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

IF YOUR LENSES ARE NOT SUITING YOU, let us Quote you for a Re-test. Your Own Lenses can be fitted to a Latest Style Frame. Call and see the full range. H.SHAW, MÍO, FI o OPTOMETRIST, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone; Liv. 39. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE'S TIMBER - LIME-CEMENT Glass Cut to Size. .Wire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware. Tradesmen's Tools. Paints and Oils. Metters' and Ward's Stoves. Best Selected Groceries. Colonial Wines. Pay a visit to Our Store opposite for all lines of Household Ironmongery' Crockery, Glassware, Enamel, Tin and Alumin ium Ware, Brooms and Brush Ware, Mats and Matting. Everything of the Latest and Best. City Prices. Tel.: Liv. 119. 199 & 201 Macquarie-st, LIVERPOOL. T. P. FITZPATRICK THE MODEL BAKERY, Terminus and Scott Streets, TeL: 38 Liv, ~.- LIVERPOOL. OUR-. CONSTANT ENDEAVOR IS QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Ot...

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

FISHING NOTES. (By "GREEN WEED." Local fishermen are' checking over their gear for . the coming seaton, and spine tine sport is expected soon In ' George's Rivfer. The water is now briny, and there i are plenty of prawns to oe had almost anywhere In the river. Blubbers are showing: Up in good numbers, fend ¿eneral conditions, point to a good time. During the week-end some nice darkles and garriSh were caught, as well as good flathead. . V 1 ' The bulk of the catches át prêtent seem to be in the Milperra-Rocky Reach section of the river, though "some good tish were Wt," even -as fal- up as War wick1. Estuary Perch are fairly plentiful about Warwick, but are not bitingi too freely. Good prawns (big enough to cook) are up as, far as Warwick,, and cockney , bream are also there, some fine flathead have been netted recently. During tjie holiday week-end quite a few tool; trips to the coast, but none ot the parties did any good; and the same may be said of those who tried well down the ri...

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AMBULANCE BALL AT WEST HOXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

AMBULANCE BALL AT WEST HOXTON. The West Hoxton Ambulance Commit, tee held its annual ball in aid of the Liverpool District Ambulance, at Weil Hoxton, cn Friday, October 1. Owing' to the wet weather the attendance, as com pared with the previous functions, was rather small. Despite this fact, however, the committee handed to the Liverpool Ambulance the sum of £19/0/6. The following were the successful prize winners:-Mrs. P. Mills (tea set), Mrs. J, Williams (box of groceries). Mr. J. Dudley (pair of towels), Mr, J. Dowse I (lucky door prize), Miss Dixon and Mr. I Curtis (chocolate waltz), Miss K. Ancich avid Mr. J. Porch (one step competition), Mrs. and Mr, C. Grimson (waltz compe tition). Mrs. Beattie, Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Shaw were winners of the cake competition, judged by Mrs. Pirie and Mrs. Gilchrist. Mr. T. Fitzpatrick acted as M.C., and Mr. F, Orton's orchestra provided the music.. The committee expressed thanks to Mrs. Dudley, Mrs. Porch, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Bare, Mrs. Bell, Mrs...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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HAPPINESS TENNIS CLUB. Singles Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

HAPPINESS TENNIS CLUB. Singles Championship. The following matches are 6ct down for next Sunday:-Johnnie Lovell v Oec. Scott (continuation of match postponed last Sunday), at 1.30 p.m.; Mrs. M Mor. ris v Mrs. L. Cotter:il. at 3 p.m.: J. Johnson v Ern Hilton,-at 4.30 p.m. Matches for Sunday, 24th:-Tom Hec kenberg v Ray Howlett, at 1.30; Miss Madge Stanton v Mrs. Darroll, at 3 p.m.; j Neil Thorne v Jack Cash, at 4.30 a.m.

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OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR AND "LANGUAGE." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

I OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR AND " LANGUAGE." Herbert W, Bridge was charged al Liv erpool Police Court on Monday with of fensive behaviour in Moore-street. Liv erpool, on October 4, and was fined 10 '. Défendant' said he went to the police Station to ball out bis brother, and an argument with the police led to his ar rest, Ronald Walter Bridge was fined £2 for indecent langXiase In Moore-street. Liv erpool, on October 4. ._;_;_ Í

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FINED FOR HAVING RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

FINED FOR HAVING RABBIT. At Parramatta Police Court on Wed nesday. Jack Fathers, of Onslow-street, Granville, was fined £1 for having a noxious animal fa rabbit) In his posses sion, at Granville, on September 26. ' "D.i. give me a penny." I "you're too big for that now, my twy. "Gue?* you're right. Dad; make it I sixpence." . . . "Mv boy friend always kisses me aa the , forehead. What shall I do ?" I . "Wear higher heels." I I . ? « I Go nie men h?'-e so respect fir old aso I ! -sxr.spt ir. SC-t'.PS.

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VERDICT OF SUICIDE. Liverpool Man Took Poison. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

VERDICT OF SUICIDE. Liverpool Man Took Poison. Soon after he bought a lottery ticket I on the morning of August 16, Arthur; Francis Dolan. Liverpool, took a dose of strychn'ne Fouvd unconscious on the footpath in Hunter-Street. Sydney, he' died a little later. An Inquiry was held by the City Coroner last week. Mrs. Florence EKHan said that her hus band had been depreFsed since he bad bee« discharged from his work as a stonemason on July 17. He imagined that his tongue was going black, «nd drank a good deal of water. A verdict of suicide was recorded.

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Cricket Sayings BIG MATCH AT MOOREBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

Cricket Sayings BIG MATCH AT MOOREBANK. (By "WET WJCKET.") The ma loh winch tnt whole town has iKxn waiting lor was started last satur day, ana taojieoanit No. 1 seem to have Nu. 2 just wneie luey want uieiii. George Davies, wno led No. l m this match, won the toss norn No. 2 leaüer, Aid. A. J. Callas, and deemed lo hem. The wea tutr was not the best, lignt showers fall ing every now and again, due, no doubt, to "üpua" Murpny's continued prayers tor raji during tue week. Trev. Wara and "Spua" opened tue innings to the bowling of G. Ciarard and B. cnilds, and a uno ugh ih¿ batsmen did not look ex actly comfortable, a few runs were be ing added, when Childs bowled "Spud" with a bail wmcn swung a yard, borne ungiatelul person was heard to say mai "Spud" threw his Innings away because Bul was coming on néxt over; but every« boay knows "Spud" just loves last bowl- j ing. E. Burton then joined in the proces sion, ana, after a very short stay, left for the pavilion, thanks to George Gar al...

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Chipping Norton. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

Chipping Norton. At the Liverpool and District Fruit growers' recent meeting, consideration was given tb' the fruitgrowing inquiry, which will be. held in Liverpool in the near future. Mattérs concerning thc in. dustry, as marketing, financio! assistance, lavage by frost devastation, by hail, and vtblenV stormi», were discussed, and the secretary (A. L. Marshall) vas deputed to prepare the matter to place before the .Commission as evidence when re quired. Mr. Reg. Everltt has the matter of gradés', etc., in hand. Messrs. Arthur Yates donated all the stcd which was wanted to prepare for the fruitgrowers' exhibit at the forthcoming Liverpool Show. It ls desired to have a competitive exhibit. The association resolved to adopt the proposal Of Messrs. Buzacott Pty. for the fruitgrowers to become their agents avid so secure the benefits of discount on purchases. Mr. Ä. L. Marshall (secre tary) was deputed to sign the agency contract ça. behalf of the asosciation. "The growth of asparagus ...

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LIVERPOOL RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

LIVERPOOL RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. The Liverpool Ratepayers' Association and Moorebank-Chipping Norton Pro gress Association held a combined meet. lng last Monday -flight. Twelve members were selected to represent the associa tions at the forthcoming municipal elec tion» Only a few or the present alder men' are on the ticket. The members state that they represent practically the whole of the municipality, avid believe that their team will be wholly returned, i _- I

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ATTAINING HER MAJORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

ATTAINING HER MAJORITY. ? A large number of friends and relatives gathered at the residence^of Mrs. J. Whit ney, Liverpool, on Saturday, October 9. to celebrate the "occasion of her gran daughter. Miss Gloria Lawson, attaining her majority; and also to announce her engageiñent to Mr. Rex Caesar, of Home bush. Miss Lawson received a beautiful three-stoned diamond ring, set in plat inum. Mr. A. Pender made thc present ation of the key; »nd also many beauti ful present, including a £10 note from her parents. Miss Lawson suitably responded. MlsS Jean Whitney rendered the music. Numerous toasts were given bv Messrs. G. Bates, Roy Lawson, J. Whitney and Rex Caesar, and the enjoyable evening ended' with' "Auld Lang Sync."

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. I "Are Sin, Disease, and Death Beal ?" [ was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "Awake thou that steepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee \ light." Ephesians 5:14. . The- following! passage from the Christ ian Science ? textbook, "Science ' and Health with Key to the Scriptures,*: by Mary Baker Eddy was also included: "We are sometimes. led to believe that darkness is as real as light; but Science affirms darkness to be only ,a mortal sense x>f the. absence.cf light, -at the coming of which darkness loses'the ap pearance of reality. So sin and sorrow, and death, are the suppositional absence < of Life, .God, and "flee as phantoms of j error before truth and love." P. 215.

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Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

Liverpool 'News' Agents Copies of the Liverpool "News" can be obtained from the following district agents': Liverpool: A. Wych. Moorebank: P. Wych. ttillview: I. Laing. Hoxton Park: W. H. McEachera. West Hoxton; T. G. Scott. Prestons: Mrs. May. The Crossroads: Mrs. Prior. Leppington and Raby: Mr. Berrett. Rossmore: Mrs. Askew. Bringelly: Mr. Monrg'qfciery. Austral: Mr. Starr. Minto: Mr. J. Williams. Glenfield: Mr. G. Downes. Ingleburn: W. and T. Collins. Cabramatta Newsagency. Agents Invited from other centres. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 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 ups to Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. ^ÛÎBervahcerof/vthe above will bi grealty appreciated.

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JESSIE "SPARKLES" AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

f JESSIE "SPARKLES" AGAIN. I A new and particularly lovely study of England's greatest and most popular musical comedy star, Jessie Matthews. In her newest G.B.D. film, "Sparkles." Jessie shigs and dances even.more wond erfully than before. Barry Mackay is leading man. I --g..-..^.i^-.^m A farmer had employed an c'd Irish hand during the harvest «"a'on. As ttore was no lodging-house near the farm, the farmer consented to allow him to sleep in one of the barns. The only thing Pat wanted a pillow, and on looking iround the buiding he saw a drain-pips which hr. thought all right. "I expect you find that old dra^i-plpe a bit hard,' said the farmer one day. .Suro. no,' said Pat. 'I've stuffed it with straw.' 'Are vnu i""Thing at me. caddie ? askrri the golfer. . 'No, slr:' replied the caddie, *i was laughing. «t that other gentleman.' 'And Tvhat ls funnv about him ?' 'Hs slays golf Y±t TVA s;r i

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EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, SOLICITORS. Wheatley's Buildings. The Crescent, FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, SOLICITORS. Wheatleys Buildings. Thj Crescent, FAIRFIELD. MB. JOHN EDGLEY. Jun., attends fe Fairfield office on Thursüav afternoons and Saturday mornings. His residrnce is in Vine-street, next to the Cat holic Church. . He is carryins cn the wel - established practica of th" above firm, ia the place or Mr. J. F. Wirtam*. City offio-: « V'ynyzrd-st., Svd::e:'. Telephcnp; E2581.

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

W*.; Rowbottom, vt àoulburn-Streefc who hw bean m for nome time, and re, {¡cutty returned home,- twa lett on a short holiday. . *, » * Constable Hobbs, accompanied by his wife and family, of Goulourn-street, is holidaying at tue seaside. . * . Mr. and Mrs. J. Gough and family, of Blgge-street, are enjoying a fortnignt's holiday. . ,* * Miss Belle Furlle, of Atkinson-street, is holidaying at Thirlmere. Mr. Mat Hutchinson, of Speed-street, who bas been in indifferent health, is holidaying on the South Coast with his . w-fe and mother. 1 » * « < I. Mrs. Payne, of Hume Highway, has left the district and ls residing with her Idaughter at Glenfield. . . ? Sgt. Dudley, of Liverpool, lias com menced three months' leave of absence, i He has been Ul for a couple of weeks, I but has recovered much of his usual standard of health. :' » * * Sgt. Odewahn, of Parramatta, ls in chaige of Liverpool Police District during tue absence of Sgt. Dudley on holidays. . * * Mrs. Peck, of West-Hox...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

.?That Gus WU» H> popular 4cmano; «B leader oí nie ole« alu» on sunday after, noon, and nts harmoviy in tho», «odd old Song», ""¿.ogie tells" and "Old Ken tucky Home" fairly shook the rafeéis. Concert promoters should not overlook Gus when- arranging their next pro. gramme, as his ' voice is something out of toe bag. Ses you 1 That "Cooper" must have got mixed up with a com thresher, judging by his patched-up appearance on , Saturday night; bul of course, as he explained, muk is certainly a cave man's drink, and 1 induces one to tackle pink elephants or anything else that gets in one's way. . That "Short Odds" will In future rely j on the.'phone operator's tips for the gooot oil re the "dorgs" after Saturday night. | as he would not listen, and In conse quence' ^missed a big "killing." I * ? .. . * I That Bill and Jackie failed as a' doubles combination In their matoh on Saturday anji.went out In straight sets, I and will 'now i probably miss the-' ¿elect. ; or's eye as a'possibl...

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