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RANDWICK SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

? Haere.. Ra iç. a ,horse we have been duelling on for sQnjiei time, and if .pro duced hère we can't seé any reásoh;iwriy Haere' Ra Shouldn't win the-Novice-Han dicaps Mas finished on well In races-and galloped in fine style since.1 Has a handy weight. »-.,. , . -.-... , Country Party is otherwise engaged, but, If they, prefer this event, he will probably start favorite arid'will give 's wonderful account of himself. '-. Concrete Dome isa recent winner, and ? yalpan,has, a (decided styw. I .'."HTOrYEAR OLD STAKER. 5f., Pandava. won j .the Çree<ter's. Plate and sp has a name to . live up to. Weight Idoes ndt stop à'twoiyeàV-old'upto about '9;7, -so'the 9;5 hecaWieswill not trouble' this' well.grown son of Brazen. . Homily scored a great win last start; and may be a^ain. promurent._ . . VahqiUsh was amongst the placed bri gade, and will lniprove with' the racing 'experience. Strathroy has two fourths to his ore dit, and Miss Lorna Doone's colt may be in the money this time....

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CAULFIELD PROSPECTS BALKAN PRINCE TO WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

BALKAN PBJNJOB TO WIN, At the moment, The Trump ls a fairly warm favorite for the caulfield Cup, bul we think he will have his colors lowered by Balkan Prince, certainly, The Trump put up a wonderful performance to win the IDorak Handicap, after meeting so. much trouble, but tuat race was over a , mile. To run third was a good effort for a stayer like Balkan Prince, who also met a ciieck. He will be better suited by the Cup distance, whereas The Trump has to be taken cn trust over such a dis. tance. The weight advantage is in favor of the latter horse, and, going on Moonee Valley cup weights, the handicapper evi. dehtly expects him to go close to win. ning, for he' has given hun IS lbs, more than the weight he carries at Caulfield. Talking has come back into favor again, but we think the weight will be against him. He ls certainly a smart galloper, and is,expected to show his backers something for their money; but he definitely likes his own way in races, and with 8.2 he has the tas...

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BOY SCOUTS CAMP AT INGLEBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

BOY SCOUTS \ CAMP AT INGLEBURN. Last Saturday, October 2, twenty five «couts from Guildford, under the capable leadership and care-of Mr. Richie Sch?y, I Journeyed to Ingleburn, and spent the week-end under canvas. A wonderfully ¡ happy and pleasant time was spent, and we understand that the majority wasted ; to stay until after thé 'Xmas abd Ñfew Year Jiolidays. However, they all returrç ,sd. safe and sound and "done brown." on Monday evening, and are anxiously look ing forward to their next camp. j Seest thou a man diligent in his busi ness ? He shall stand before k'ng'; lw I shall not stand before mean men.-Pro verbs of Solomon. Never discuss your troubles in public she "map hear you.

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"THE MOVIE PEEP." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

"THE 'MOVIE PEEP." Things aré iriovlng ¡in Hollywood. What) with, strikes 'pod rows and new stars] coming in; it's 'going to be a season of red-hot gossip. Everj movie fan wllV want the ¿ip-to-the-nlinute news, andi ^hat'Si.wheta the new. n)ovie weekly, pub-¿ %ished'4>y Western Suburbs Cinemas, Ltd.; *n$i affiliât^ theatres-fe going to be foU "lowed up. The "first %ue of this bright revue cf Hollywood's ^doings comes out j on Saturday fortnight, and will be soldi i at the Crescent Theatre, Fairfield. One( penny, only; ls all this absorbing movie, magazine is gpjng to cost, and a great, demand-ls'anticipated, for 'nowhere inj Australia has such an attractive, punchy,] peppy magazine ;ever been sold for such j a price.

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POSTAL REFORM URGED SOME REASONABLE REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 14 October 1937

POSTAL REFORM URGED SOME REASONABLE REQUESTS. Slr Harry Budge, honorary secretary ol the Postage Reduction League, has ad. j dressed the following letter to all the candidates, irrespective of Party, who are standing for election in this elector., ate : "Will you help the citizens to regain their rights ?" You will remember that, after struggling for many years, Sir Hennlker Heaton was able to bring about penny postage. On May 1. 1911, uniform postage throughout Australia was inaug.1 urated by the Commonwealth Parliament. ; During the war the rate was increased to lld, Subsequently, because of the de pression, lt was further Increased to 2d. A solemn assurance was given In each Instance that these were temporary taxes, j The temporary taxes have become per manent impositions. The war is over. The depression has gone. The taxes still remain. Last year the Postal Department show ed a surplus of £3,000,000. Over the last 10 years they have made the amazing sum of £10.000,000, which has...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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MIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

MIXED. Mike: So you've left your Job. Pat, Pat: Yes. Mike: Was the boss surprised when he knew you were leaving? . Pet:-Ne; he Imew before I ¿Jd.

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CHESS. Liverpool v Merrylands. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

CHESS. Liverpool v Merrylands. This match was played at Merrylands on Monday and resulted in Liverpool be. ing defeated by five to nil. The players were Messrs. Steele, Mc Cooey, Bishaff, Harman and Norman. On November ll, Mr. Koshnitsld, the noted player, will be at the School ot Arts, Liverpool, to.meet -all players in a simultaneous match, and about 30 are expected to play against bim.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

"THE NEWS" (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 17 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (MEWS and ADVTS.) ÍÉII||lll(lllllgIIIIIIIIIIIII| with TIMBER ï If you specify that the -5 Timber be supplied by as Ss Ut, you will be 6ure of the best, and will show real as sa savings. We -supply Timber in any quantity for every as g purpose. g] H ALEX GRIMSON, Prop. S I LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS 1 j^j Ccorso St., LIVERPOOL. 'Phau Liv. »4. P.O. Box No. «. «llllTlIISllllllliin «&"V DONT BE DISAPPOINTED! GROUP TOKENS | Make sure your Boot Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL ' MEMBER OF N.S.W. MASTER.BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS* ASSOCIATION. ARTHUR YOUNG, Macquarie Street - - - - LIVERPOOL For FRUIT, VEGETABLES, CAKES, JAMS, CONFECTIONERY, etc., at Lowest Prices. MEALS AT A LL HOURS. Hot Grills . . .1/3 3-Course Meal . . 1/9 Soup.3d bowl COOL DRINKS, 4d Large Bottle. CHOICE CAKES: Fruit, Plain, Rainbow and Chocolate, at 7^d per lb. B...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF ASSOCIATES. MRS. WILLIAMS' WIN [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

LIVERPOOL GOLF ASSOCIATES. TABS, WILLIAMS' WIN The bogey competition of Liverpool Club Associates on Wednesday last was won by Mrs. B. A. Williams (Fairfield), (33) i up Mrs. Ames (3i) was next witu 4 down; Miss O, Woods (24) 4 down. This was also the last round for Mrs. Crowe's "trophy, wnlch was won by Mrs. Williams. Miss Wood and Mrs. WiUioms were level before the event took placs. The outstanding player of the seas in has been Mrs. Williams, who, although thi6 is her first year of golf, has been consistent in all events, and has never been far behind the leaders.

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WANT'S WOMAN'S WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

WANTS WOMAN'S WARD. In view of the recent statement by the Coroner, Mr. Poolman, In a case at liv erpool. Aid. Haerse moved, at Liverpool Council on Tuesday night, to ask for the establishment of a women's ward at Liverpool. The Mayor, Aid. J. P. de Meyrick, said it was not only the absence of a women's ward at Liverpool that caused the patients to be transferred many miles, but that all hospitals were overcrowded. The motion was carried.

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STATION AT WARWICK FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

STATION AT WARWICK FARM. ; Stating that the time was opportune to send a deputation to the Railway De I partment to secure a station at Warwick Farm, Aid. Ashcroft moved in that direc tion at Liverpool Council meeting last Tuesday night. He mentioned that the A.J.C. would be sure to co-operate. A deputation will walt on.the Minis ters, namely, the Mayor (Aid. J. F. de' Meyrick), and Aldermen Ashcroft and Fabria.

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CITIZENS' PROGRESSIVE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

CITIZENS' PROGRESSIVE PARTY At a special meeting; of Liverpool Pro gressive Party last night, at the School of Arts, the folowlng nominations were received as candidates for selection for the municipal council elections: Aid. R. T Green, Aid. J. P. de Meyrlck, Aid. AJ. J. Childs, Aid. L. Howarth. Aid. N. Pratt, Aid. W. F. Nicholls, and Messrs. A. L. Marshall, Sgt. Taylor and A. S. Marsden. It was decided to call for further nomi llons, and definitely run a ticket at the Décerner elections. The nominations should be in wr.'ting and signed by two nominators and hand ed in before next meeting of the paity, on Tuesday next.

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MASONIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

MASONIC SERVICE. Liverpool Masonic Lodge No. 107 at. tended a service in the Presbyterian! Church last Sunday. The Worshipful Master. Wor. Bro. H. Cummings, was ac companied by 30 of the brethren. Rev. C. Wearne was the speaker. A splendid solo was rendered by Wor. Bro. Clyde Rowe. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

I Better Meat Cheaper ! ptrn'nirc» MEAT JJHrO MARKET Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, 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, M.I.O,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 bf Household Ironmongery Crockery, Glassware, Enamel, Tin and Alumin ium Ware, Brooms and Brushware, Mats and Matting. Everything of the Latest and Best. City Prices. Tel.: Liv. 119. 199 & 201 Macquarie-st., LIVERPOOL.

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BOY'S KNEE INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

BOY'S KNEE INJURED. Reg Thorne, 1. of Green Hills.road, Moorebank, was playing in the school playground on Friday, when he fell and injured one knee. He was taken to Lid. combe for X-ray, which showed an in jury requiring special treatment. The lea was operation upon at the Children's Hospital last Saturday.

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118th Anniversary ST. LUKE'S, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

118th Anniversary ST. LUKE'S, LIVERPOOL. St. Luke's Church of England was , Crowded duringi the 118th anniversary services held last Sunday. Over 250 peo. pie attended the morning service, during which special anthems were sung, the choir being in full strength. The Arch bishop, Dr. Mbwll, conducted the morn ing service, and in his address referred to the historic church and its old pion eers and their value to the church. He I mentioned the old parishioners, Thomas Moore (who founded Moore College), j Samuel Marsden and Robert Catrwright. Both Thomas Moore and Robert Cart, wright were burled in the old Church of England cemetery, Liverpool. He uiso referred to the clean condition of the graves in the cemetery, and also the floodlighting of the clock, things which reflect credit upon the characters of the people. The Archbishop read a letter of appreciation from the homeless Chinese In Shanghai for the help sent to - them. The letter revealed the terrible priva. , tions endured by t...

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STATE OF CABRAMATTA LANE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

STATE OP CABRAMATTA LANE. Aid. Ingham asked, at Liverpool Coun cil on Tuesday night, that attention be given po their portion of Cabramatta Lane. The Mayor (Aid. J. F. de Mey rick) said brick bats were scarce, but tue road would be attended to.

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DEATH IN GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

DEATH IN GAOL. Charles Avila, 44, died in the cell at Liverpool police Station on Sunday. He had been locked up for drunkenness on Saturday night. Death is believed to be due, to natural causes, but a post-mortem is to be held. Deceased was a returned soldier.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 BUR T'S 221 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL. GRAND OPENING SALE HAVING COMPLETED THE PURCHASE OF MRS. BEDFORD'S BUSINEß WE EXTEND TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE LIVERPOOL DISTRICT A HEARTY WELCOME TO VISIT OUR STORE AND COMPART OUR PRICES. EVERYTHING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT DRAS TICALLY REDUCED. SOME LINES are REDUCEQ/TO COST, and OTHERS BELOW COST. SALE COMMENCES FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22nd. SALE ENDS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6th. KIDDIES' SOFT-SOLED SHOES, all sizes, Almost Half-price: usually 1/11 . SALE PRICE, 1/. Pair. CHILDREN'S CALF & PATENT LEATHER SHOES, size 6 only, . usually 2/6 to 3/6 SALE PRICE ... 1/11 LADIES' SHOE ODDMENTS, All sizes in Black Calf. Usually 8/11 SALE PRICE .'. .. 3/6 LADIES' WHITE KID SHOES, All sizes. Usually 16/11. SALE PRICE_12/11 LADIES' SAND SHOES 2's, 5's, 6's, 7's Usually 5/11 SALE PRICE .... 3/9 WHITE TOWELS, Colored Stripes THREE for l/6£. TO CLEAR: 80 Pairs LADIES' SIMPLEX GLOVES, Fawns, Browns and Chamois, Usually 2/1 U SALE PRICE .. .1/6 LADIES' R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and Co., Limited, Sydney, Australia, and BOTTLED BY CHARLIE FEA RN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool lil. BETTER FOR YOUR SKIN! You'll be Delighted with the Smooth, Creamy Lather on MURRAY'S SUPER-FATTED SOAP Costs only 6d per Cake, from - A. T. MURRAY, M.P.S. City-Price Chemist - - - - Liverpool. 'PHONE: UV. 223. ' We now Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/- spent, and you can redeem them for Valuable Presents. YOU CAN NOW SAVE further on your HARDWARE, PAINTS, CROCKERY, etc., by BUYING at M. Christiansen, wyam. Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL, . Tel. Liv. 20. Tel. : Liv. 20.

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