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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
-FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND 'SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP. SCOT! 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' AMD REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION*. 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. You simply plug in tune in-listen in. WE WILL DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. P. E. Le MAS.URIE R, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. Job Printing, Good and Cheap, at "The News." GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MO OREBANK G AR AGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 888. R. and P. WY CH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
ind Oenerai Auction information, con- . wit-'John v» Tully, F.R.E.I. by exam,, . Hallway Station, Liverpool._- , BOB' SALE: If you nave anything you nave no lurther use for, let lt be known through this column. EXCHANGE N/ce Building Allotment, m excellent suburb, for a gocd Plano. Par ticulars, ung UW9209, or write Box, 43, KO. tarrawatta._ POR SALE: This ls the column that will gee wuat you »want._ WANT*a>. intelligent GüJ for office and laboratory work-. AppiV/oy letter, stating bge, experience pnü w&es required. Aus. tialian Suture Oo^PCy. fctd/ ingleburn. WANTED, for Minto, tÄooa Competent General, no washing)/best conditions. Apply h. Pritclwrd,j/»ov square, Cabra. matta. . S y_ WANTED, asSiftyoii poultry farm. W. J. Cláíkí^uéinátroaa, Oía Guild ford. ^-j _ FOR SALE/^op Fittings,/Oak Tables and Chaa*J$jayu>n SCUM* and Glass Show Case; %B practlctyly new. Apply This Office.-" W . .-...:it GOVÍEBJÍMENT NOTICE. It ls notified in the Go/ernment Gav'' ette of 17th'Sep...
PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
PURPOSE. ' Live for something, have a pu-pose, And that purpose keep in view; Drifting like a helpless vessel, Thou canst ne'er to life be true; Half the wrecks that strew, life's ocean. If some star had been their guide, Might have long been riding safely; But they drifted with the time. -Robert Whitaker. Look up and not down,, Look forward and not back. Look out and not In-and Lend a hand.
FPR THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
SUBURBAN TRAINS. TWO CLASSES PROFITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
SUBURBAN TRAINS. TWO CLASSES PROFITABLE. The Railways Department does not in tend to institute a one-clas system on suburban lines in the near future. It has been apparent for many years that the demand for first-class travel on sub urban lines is considerably less than for second-class. From time to time it has been suggested that it would be more economical to provide only one class of carriage, but the view has been "taken that, while there ls a demand' for two classes, the demand should be met. ? The returns from first-class traffic form a relatively small proportion of the total revenue from suburban traffic-' about £130,000 in a total of about £2,700, 000. The return from first-class traffic is a very steady erne, however, and while it remains profitable to provide two classes of travel there is.no intention of 1 altering) the system. Revenue figures are being closely watched by the department, j so that if the proportion of first and sec ond class traffic alters, the system m...
EGG BOARD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
EGG BOARD ELECTIONS. I The ballot papers ¡in connection with' the election of the producer members'! of the Egg Marketing/; Board wilt reach 1 every poultry farmer entitled to vote on or about October 22. 'No doubt there willi be several candidates in each zone, and' voters must remember that they must: vote for every candidate in order of pre-: ference. Do not fail to dothis, otherwise) your vote will be invalid. Voted 1 for¡ the candidate you wish elected, a'hd then 2, 3, 4, etc., for the others, to order off your preference. ' . .¡3' *
NEW VENDORS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
NEW VENDORS. Cyril & Tulca entered into a new ven ture last Monday when they commenced business almost immediately as ice cream vendors, having purchased a cart at Picton. After much difficulty they start ed her home, and at 2 a.m. were sighted crossing the Razorback with a sall up. However, the two new ice cream vendors arrived at their destination in time for breakfast. The gee gee was not shaping too well until Tulca gave him a stimu lant which he happened to be carrying at the time.
PRE- WEDDING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
PRE - WEDDING PARTY. A pre-wedding party was tendered Miss Joan Marsden at her home in Liv erpool on Friday afternoon, 8th inst., by friends and fellow associates of the Liv erpool Golf Club. The guests were given an opportunity of viewing the trousseau, and during the afternoon the president (Mrs. H. G. L. Sampson) made a pre sentation of a case of fish knives avd forks, and a basket of flowers, Mrs, W. Davis (vice-president) presented the guest of honor with a delightful horseshoe made of flowers. Miss* Marsden'respond^ ed with a witty littí¿ tó¡^|jlr 1 Afternoon tea and :ijbtjaan¡íÍM»e serv4 ed duringt the afterrioón,i-áno''8musIng' competitions were held.
LIQUOR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
LIQUOR CASE. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, Melville Scott was fiwed 10/, costs 8/, for falsely representing himself to be a traveller In order to obtain liquor from the Collingwood Hotel on July 31. Thomas Arthur Patterson was fined 10/, costs 8/, for being found at the Col lingwood Hotel at an unlawful hour on August 28. Arthur Perry and Jack Edgar Smith were charged with false representation in order to obtain liquor at The Cross, roads Hotel on September 17, and each was fined. 10/, costs 8/. j Arthur Benson, Arthur Gordon and; Francis Gibson were charged with a sim-' Uar offence, Perry appearing for them. A similar fine was imposed.
HORSE FORM Will Another Slow Beginner Win Saturday's Caulfield Cup? Big Field and Fast Pace Certain. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
HORSE FORM (By TOM BLU8,) Will Another Slow Beeinner win Satur, day's Cn'uiriëld Cup? Bts Field and Fust race Certain. Next Saturday's Caulfield Cup is go. lng to be the hardest iii its history to wai. That is my opinion, anyway. There is no outstanding weighi-for.age horse engaged excepting Talking1, and many believe he is a doubtful quantity in a field. So they are not frightened of him, especially as tile Cup field will be large. It will number 26 or even up lo 28 pr 30 if a few of the unconsidered no-chanc ers start. I That meiuis a rough race, and the best horse may not win. Keen punters are looking round for a horse with plenty of speed to take up a good position and hold lt, for a clear run is essential to success. There has always been a belief that a horse must be with . the leaders rounding the first turn after thc start. But Uie idea of carly speed is somewhat exaggerated so far as the Caulfield Cup is concerned. Lots of horses have won lt from behind. Journal, Amounis, B...
C GRADE. HILLVIEY v HORSLEY PARK. HILLVIEW—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
C GRADE. HILLVrEY v HORSLEY PARK. HILLVIEW-First Inning.s K. Cotteril!, b Hardingi.42 J. Randall, b Robertson. 3 P. Channon, l.b.w-t b Don ell.18 H. Turner, b Robertson ... ... .. .. 1 L. Smythe, b Raisin. 4 P. Bird; c and b Raisin .. .. ll P. Wheeler, l.biw., b Harding. 2 G. Bird, not out. 8 I. Laing, c Maseby. b Slater .. .. 32 lp. Grandy,1 c Appell,, b Slater .... 6 W. Thorn, c Raising to Slater. 1 Suhdrles. . 23 Total.f. 151 Bowling: J. Robertson 2/27, L. Tilomas 0/10, H. Slater 3734, L. Raisin 2/32, K. Dorrell 1/17, J. Harding 2/7. HORSLEY PARK-.First Innings. . L. Thomas, c Laing, b Smythe .... 2 J. Harding, b Smythe. 6 J. Robertson, not out. 0 L. Raisin, not .out. P sundries.15 Two wickets for .-. ...23 ; CABRAMATTA y GREEN VALLEY, l-l- CABRAMA'rrA-First Innings. IC. Bradbery, c Wearne, b Stiff .. .. 2 I. Harro well, run out. t> M. Dredge, c Stiff, b W. Preston .. 26 W/estall, l.b.w., b H. Stiff. .8 Ryan, b W. Preston.47 H. Thickners, c H. Stiff. 9 J. Gough, b Hi. Jones. 5...
Preference to Returned Soldiers REVISION SOUGHT. Local Government View. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
Preference to Returned Soldiers BEVISION SOUGHT. Lofcal Government Vere. After an animated discussion, the Local Government Association conference, by 89 votes to 55 passed a resolution asking the Government to Inquire into the an omalies In the Returned Soldiers* Pre ference Act, especially the provisions pen. aelislng those who were too young tor war service. . 7 Cries of "shame" greeted the announce ment of the vote. "Local Government ls the chopplng block for preference to returned soldiers." said Aldermon McGuire (Rockdale), who moved the resolution. Young men em ployed by councils would stop there until Doomsday without promotion because of the Returned Soldiers' Preference Act, he added. Returned soldiers were en titled to all they could get, but the Gov ernment had -not awakened until 20 years too late. His council found that it could neither help returned soldiers nor their sons. The Water Board, he said, was not advertising for returned toldlers. The Gov ernment should giv...
PERSISTENCE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
PERSISTENCE When to-day's difficulties overshadow yesterday's triumphs and obscure the bright visons of to-morrow When plans upset and whole yea-s nf effort seem to crystallise toto a single hour of concentrated bitterness When, little annoyances eat into the mind's very quick and corrode the pow¡*r to view things calmly When the Jolts of misfortune threaten to Jar loose the judgment from its moor ings Remembsr that In every business, in every career, there are valleys to eros«, as well ss hills to scale: th*t every mO''n iain range of hope ts broken bv chases of discouragement through which run '? torrent-streams cf despair. I To quit In the chasms ls to fail se? always in your mind's eyp t.'io-e sunny ; summits of success ! « Dont quit m the chasm ! K°»n rn ! I -'Sys'em" I sj Of si! his rite's relaiicr.i ls l^ed i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
WYCH, STATÍOÍÍER-LIVERPOOL START NOW WITH A LAY-BY! STROLLERS, ROCKAWAYS,'. TABLE AND CHATRS*. RlCYCLES, a Beaüllful Bange of DOLLS to select from, and a Large Assortment of MECHANICAL TOYS and DOOKS for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. FOLLOW THE READERS and JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY: 2500 Latest Dooks lo select from. 2/- Entrance, 3d Exchange. MAGAZINES - BOOKS - PERIODICALS .. . DELIVERED A. WYCH 'PHONE: UV. H7. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. SHOP AT - Albert Clyde's Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, For the SMARTEST STYLES - in - 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 wé stock only the Best of all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE-SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED to aU Parts of the District. Church Services. NOTE-Changes of these -notices must reach this office...
Liverpool Tennis Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
Liverpool Tennis Club i The ««allier, for the week-fend was' most disappo.nting from' a tennis point of view, as it '-was showery and overcast; on bom Saturday and Sunaay.'ánd'event ually washed al) courts out with a heavy storm about turee o'clock oh ? Sunday afternoon, and in consequence 'Uie club singles matches set down were -not final ised, Ray Cole and Cec. Webb being in the second set of their match when play was Stopped, the scores- being: Webb v Cole,' 7/5, Of*. . ? . ' . IThe following matches have been set down for next week-end:-1, R. Cole v C. Webb ito finish;),; 2.. W. Beveridge v R. Hindmarsh; 3. R. Dunbar v B. Kirk patrick: 4, Mrs. J. Shortis v Miss A. Rae;, C. Heeger v J. Lomax (conditional). ' i The unfinished' ' match between Ray I Cole and ' Cec. .;Welib provided some I sparkling tennis, .as* both players struck form from the start.? jand, driving strong ly off both fore and backhand, thfy staged some exciting rallies, which one or the other generally finished of...
"SACRED CITY OF MAYAN INDIANS." (As presented in Technicolor by MetroGoldwyn-Mayer). [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
^Ißllt OF INDIANS." MAYAN (As presented In Technicolor by Metro. I . aoMwyn-Mayer), j Remotey nwaw in tne hinterland of auatemala, far .from the madding crowds of civilisation. Iles the quaint and quirt little town of Chi chicas tenango - the Sacred City - sacred to over 30,000 direct descendants of an ancient copper colored people-the Mayan Indians, who are credited with having kept the lights of learning aglow In Central America j long before the coming of the white j man. I Tlie colorful and imposing archway I which forms the main entrance to Chi chicastenango, however, owes Its con struction to the genius of the white man, for the Mayan Indians, with ail their j proverbial i.rchitectural skill, never dis- | cowered the principle of the arch, and as a result many of their ancient tem ples, built with false arches, have suf- | fared premature decay. The Mayan Inn ls also the handiwork of white men, built to accommodate tile straying travellers of modern times, who have only recent...
DEVELOP—OR DIE! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
DÉVELOÍ5-OR DIE ! Distinct from, any question of inarty, there is a great deal of interest in the recent announcement ol' Dr. Earle Page that Australia has developed so rapidly that it is now one of the first ten trad ing* nations of the world. If that proud position has been achieved within 150 years, one hesitates to prophesy the ex- ! tént of our trade-wow that more than the "spade work" has been done-with in the next couplé of decades. There is no reason, seeing that capital is flowing so freely into Australia for new j secondary industries, why thc Common wealth would not manufacture a great! deal more of Its wool, its metals and other raw, materials. Instead of importing such , great quantities of raw products, there- | by presenting other nations with work. Australia could itself secure this boon and also the'added value gained by turn ing them into saleable goods. Even at present our home market for the prim ary producer ls far niore valuable than the export one; and local p...
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS ASSOCIATION. LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TENNIS 1 ASSOCIATION. LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. J. Ashcroft defeated tü Brown 0/3, 6/4: A. Sorby d. J. Ashcroft 1/6; 6/2, 8/6; Miss Thomas d. Miss Webster 6/2, 6/0; /Miss Thomas d. Mrs. Topen 6/4. 6/4: Miss Robinson d. Miss Tuck, w.o., Beveridge and Dunbar d. Cook and Oar. ard 6/4; 6/b; Wych and Mrs. Shortis d. Efeelton and Miss Clissold 6/4, 10/8; I Childs and Miss Blinman d. Nicholls and i Mrs. Dunbar 7/5, 1/8, 6/3; Cole and Miss I Banks d. Webb and Miss Kitcher 6/4, . 9/7; Heeger and Miss Robinson d. Dowse and Miss Morgan 6/2, 2/6, 6/3; Heeger and Miss Robinson d. Cole and Mus Banks 5/7, 6/1, 4/6; Salway and Miss Brewer d. James and Mrs. Townsend 6/3, 4/6, 6/4; Jeffrey and Mrs. Jeffrey d. Branston and Mrs. Walsh 6/3, 3/6. 6/3; Heeger and Miss Robinson d. Hindmarsh and Miss Locker 6/3, 5/6. 6/3 i Penney and Miss Thomas v Heckenberg and Mrs. Kemlster 6/1, 5/6 (unfinished); Mrs. Beveridge and Miss Rae d. Mrs. Strad. Ung and Miss Sheather 4/6, 6/4, 6/4, C. Collins d...
FASHION HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
FASHION HINTS. As a smart accessory" to her summer wardrobe, Jeanette MacDonald purchased a number of soie suede vests in a variety of colors with hand-sewn gloves to match. Tho gloves, of gauntlet type, have wide cuffs ornamented by the star'^ Initials, hand appliqud in a contrasting shade of 6uede. The letters are done in script [of an interesting scroll type. The tailored suit-and what a suit I enters the Joan Crawford collection f :r I evening and dinner wear., ,Th(? trim, I fittçd, skirt' is fashioned froh} fine crepe i and,features.a quarter length train.,This is toipped by a l)ip length tailored, jacket i of, finely-shirred mousselitv;, partly cov ering a pleated blouse «f fine, chiffon, ' >IBoth skirt and jacket are. in navy-blue, while the blouse ls soft shelli pink. I One of .the loveliest of the nrw negr liges ls in the wardrobe of Rosalind.Rus sell-. Metro'Ooldwyn-Mayer player. Pash I toned of cream-colored net Al is liberally .."H' ' TOR] ORApÜAtlON.'-.;'';''".'. Cec...
ST. ANDREW'S, PARRAMATTA, CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS. Governor Attends Service. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937
il. ANDREW'S^>ÄRRAIV|ATTA; ', CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS. Governor Attends Service. I : The Governor «Lord Wakehurst) at I fended the morning service yesterday at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Par., ramatta, which is celebrating, its centen ary. I He was met by a guard of honor of j Boy Scouts and Girl Guides at the doors . to the church, and was" welcomed by the State Moderator (Rev. A. C. Grieve), the rector (Rev. A. Shaw), Rev. John Pater son, elders, and members bf the man agement comrnittee. Tne service was conducted by the State Moderator, and Mr. Paterson, who was minister of the church for 37 years, unveiled a stained glass window given by Mr. J. McArthur Ritchie in memory, of his parents. 1 The celebrations will continue this week, a-fld will end next Sunday. The first regularly called minister of the church (Rev. James Allen) was in. ducted In the second week in October, 1837. On June 19, 1823, however, a small group of Presbyterians had assembled in premises known as "...