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FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
FISHING NOTES. (By "GREEN WEED.") Last weelcend was not too good for fishing, owing to the windy conditions. One party landed about 50 gar fish on the river near Hammondville, nlso a few darkies; but on Sunday the wind was so bad that practically no fish were caught. Prawns are plentiful right up to War- | wick Farm, so with better weather good fishing should soon be available practic ally all along the river. Mullet, flathead, blackfish and bream have all been landed in fair numbers during the past week.
S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE. MOOREBANK I. V MOOREBANK II. MOOREBANK II. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
S. D. Cricket Assn» A GBAUlî. MOOREBANK I. V MOOREBANK II. MOOREBANK II. First Innings.60 Second Iñn.ngs. S. Ward, c Childs. 9 J. Wood, c Hoy, b G. Garald. 1 F. Fettitt. run out. 2 B, Wych, not out. 4 J. Pettitt, c Kcaio, b B. Childs .... 0 A. Childs, b A. Hoy. 3 ""Sundries.'&lt;. V Five wickets for.26 Bowling: L. Randall, snr., 0/4, G. Ger ard 1/6, B. Childs 2/3, A. Hoy 1/6. MOOREBANK 1. First Innings.146 Won by Moorebank No. 1-three points.
TAME FINISH TO LOCAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
TAME FINISH TO LOCAL CRICKET MATCH. I Tile match between the two Moore bank teams finished very quietly on Sat ' urday, No 1 winning by an innings and 60 runs; Only six of the No. 2 team I tu wed up, and the side was out for 26 pruns. V. Murphy and M. Rayner, wno had to play a tennis final, arrived too I late to bat, and E. Burton, T. Betts and i P. Threlkeld failed to put in an appear ance at all. - Next Saturday both teams are up against a hot side, and they will have to be full strength to have a chance. No. 1 play Roselna on the-Camp grounds, and simply must win to still have a chance in the competition; while No 2 journey to Cook Park to play the leaders and try to register their first victory.
HISTORIC CAMPBELLTOWN. VISITED BY BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
HISTORIC CAMPBELLTOWN. VISITED BY BOY SCOUTS. A large party of Boy Scouts from Syd ney visited Campbelltown on Sunday, under then auspices cf the Scout Club. Tis was the second of such visits to the historie towns of New South Wales, the .first having been made to Windsor, j At Campbelltown the Sydnsy Scouts ¡were Joined by nvunbers of the Camo belltown, Camden. Liverpool and Ingle burn troops, and also by the 2nd Picton I (Dr. Barnardo's Home) troop. AltORe I t.'ier, about 200 Scouts were ptes'nt. The ¡Sydney party were in chara? of Mr. W. Carr. (Headquarters Quartermaster) an3 the local troops wae In charge cf Dr. W. R. Morris (Commissioner for the Near Scuthem District). The Scouts visited the various histor ical 'places and buildings in tbs» town, under the guidance of Messrs. A. H. Mac Laurin and H. J. Rumsey, of the Royal Australian Historical Society. Alter lunch at the showground, the Rector of the 114 years old Church of St. Peter (Rev. J. F. Rofe) conducted a short service...
B GRADE. CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILL V FAIRFIELD WEST. FAIRFIELD WEST—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
B GRADE. CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILL v FAIRFIELD WEST. FAIRFIELD WEST-First Innings. D. Robson, b Wright. 0 L. Coy, b Wright. 1 D. Hollis, b Wright. 0 H. Godfrey, c Bosley, b Bradshaw .. 4 D. Thompson, b Wright. 0 B. . Agnew, b Williams.14 C. Kiddy, b Bradshaw.10 C. McNaughton, b Bradshaw.10 G. Roberts, -not out .. ?. 4 G. Hathaway, b Bradshaw ........ 7 F. Coker, b Bradshaw. 0 Sundries. ' Total.57 Bowling: K. Wright 4/12, J. Bradshaw 4/21, A. Williams 1/13, J. Dowse 1/4. F AIRFIELD WEST-Second Innings. D. Hollis, b .Wright. 7 H. Godfrey, not out.22 a. Roberts, to Wright. 0 L. Coy, b Williams.15 D. Thompson, b Bradshaw. 1 C. K:ddy, not out. 7 Sundries. 8 i Four wickets for.60 Bowling: K. Wright 2/16, J. Bradshaw 1/13, A. Williams 1/16, J. Dowse 0/13., CW. MILLS. First Innings.118 Second Innings. A. Gillan, c Hathaway, b McNaughton 2 K. Wright, b Kiddy.29 A. Williams, c and b McNaughton .. 0 A. Bosley, c Coy. b McNaughton .. .. 12 E. Cronan, b McNaughton. 4 J. Dowse, b McNaughton. 2 J. Br...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 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 up to Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance of the above will be grealty appreciated. /
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
FIBROUS PLASTER PARK ROAD, CABRAMATTA. G. V. SEAGRAVE, Proprietor. j THE LATEST IN CEILINGS-Large Range of Modern Designs. j Ceilings Fixed by Competent Tradesmen.; Reoent Liverpool Jobs: New Liverpool Hotel, Hunt's Service Station, n»w Bank of N.S.W., Additions to Town Hall, and many others throuhgout the district.
THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
THEY SAY-. . By "ACE,") That Ceo, intends to give tile boys les. i sons on how to crack Ute poker machine, and his twelve blt spin first go on Sun. I day was a striking example ol what you , can aa wnen you Know how. Is he any good ? That Bruce thoroughly enjoyed his week-end in tile old town, and he says that Nuwra can't compare with it for a good t:inc. especially with regard to the fairer sex. Never mind. Bruce; Liver pool isn't so far away, and tile girls will always be glad to sec you. That Billy Bev. wants io meet up with the person who dented thc mudguard on ins VD, so that hlf can extend to him his thanks lor his good manners hi in forming Bill of thc mishap. Oh, yeh ! That Gus says he can now understand why "guitlemen ' prefer blondes." Ana I after Saturday night most of Hie bays are prepared to ayice with him. Keep up the good work, Gus. That "Perry B" and Ted .'landed the A reserve doubles championship on Sat. urday after u stiff three-set battle m which they had to go al...
HAMMONDVILLE KERBING AND GUTTERING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
HAMMONDVILLE KERBING AND GUTTERING. Aid. Lewis moved, at thc meeting pf Liverpool Council on Tuesday night, that the Department of Public Works be ask. cd to subsidise the kerbing and gutter ing! scheme for Hammondville. He stat ed that the residents would have to pay for the work, and he asserted that the scheme should be regarded as a subsi dised one f>nd be restricted to Hammond, ville residents. It would relieve the trust of a burden and provide a certain amount of work for men at Hammond ville. A r»otion covering the proposal was adeptwi.- j- ? - ? i i (.^
STOLE IRON. Man Bound Over. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
STOLE IRON. Man Bound Over. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, Edwin William A. Mowle was ' charged with having stolen 14. sheets ol galvan, ¡sed Iron, valued at £2/2/, the property of New Bankstown Ltd. (Liverpool), be. tween October 9 and 13. He pleaded guilty and was bound over for 12 months, with compensation £2/2/. Evidence was g.ven that defendant took the iron to use for a house raaf. He was out of work.
NO NEUTRALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
NO NEUTRALITY. Neutrality in thc old sense of that word has disappeared, and isolation has become as Impossible for a nation as it once was comparatively easy for Robin, son Crusoe. Any significant happening anywhere on any continent at any time in any language-whether it be in the field of letters, of science, of' the fine arts, of politics, of economics or of soclai service-is of worldwide effect and in fluence and of world-wide importance. Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, President ol I Columbia University (NS.).
GREEN VALLEY SWITCHING ON ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
GREEN VALLEY SWITCHING ON ELECTRICITY. After much agitation, the wishes of thc residents of Green Valley were ful filled on Saturday night last, when the electric current was officially switched on, in the presence of practically all local people and many distinguished per sons from adjoining centres. The ceremony was sponsored by Ne pean Shire, and arranged by the district Progress Association, thc officers being Mr. Stiff (president). Mr. G. Barnett (secretary), and Mr. Suttton (treasurer). To them and their willing helpers, es pecially the ladles, is due the greatest credit for the successful result of their «rorie. A demonstration of cooking by elec tricity was given during the afternoon by a lady expert, and afternoon tea was served tb all present, being a happy pre. lude to the important evening's pro gresase.
ELECTION MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
ELECTION MATTER. Por all political references appearing In this newspaper, requiring, signature, responsibility is accepted by W. J. Bright, Smart-street, Fairfield. Printed .«nd .published at "The .Biz" Newspaper Office, Smart-street, Fair field, New South Wales, by the pro prietor, W. J. Bright.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
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C GRADE. CABRAMATTA V GREEN VALLEY. GREEN VALLEY—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
C GRADE. CABRAMATTA v GREEN VALLEY. GREEN VALLEY-First Innings. ! F. Wearne, not out.48 W. Preston, b Chalmer.49 H. Jones, not out.43 M. Stiff, b Dredge. 8 W Griffiths, b Bolt. 5 E. Lee, l.b.w., b. Dredge. 0 | B. Preston, ct. b Rolt. 0 B. Wulson, b Chalmers. 9 j A. Mullen, c and b Dredge.-. Ol J. Stiff, st». Tickner, b Dredge .... 1 B. Birkett, c Napp, b Chalmers .... 0 Sundries.41 Total.204 Bowling: J Chalmers 8/49, M. Dredge 4/55, C. Bradbury 0/26, S. Bolt 2/29. CABRAMATTA-Second Innings. C. Bradbury, l.b.w., b R. Preston .... 1 I J. Han-well, b W. Preston.21 ¡ H. Tickner, b W. Preston.45 iiM. Dredge, b W. Preston. 9 'E. Byan, not out.12 I, Gough, not out. 2 Sundries.ll Four wickets for.101 Bowling!: M. Stiff 0/15, B. Preston 1/28, E. Lee 0/9, H. Jones 0/22, W. Pres ton 3/18. Wori by Green Valley, 3 points.
HORSE FORM JACK KING'S BAD TROT. LARGEST TEAM IN AUSTRALIA. FLEMINGTON SIDELIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
HORSE FORM JACK KING'S »Al» TütOT. LARGEST TEAM IN AUSTRALIA. FLEMINGTON SIDELIGHTS, (By TOM ELLIS.). Until baby thoroushbreds became s lici vy it was a turf maxim to back up o carly winners of Juvenile races. Tn plan has not been so successful hi re cent seasons. But Mr. ucorge curri seems to have an ouUstaudmg filly ii Homily, who won Ciiy Tait's 2-year-ol on Saturday after taking the A.J.C. Can (Albury Stauet, the previous week. Cm ric himself bred Homily, who was riddci by the New Zealand jockey, P. Atkins Homily went to Melbourne on Sunda; evening. Her engagements include th Mimosa Stakes and the Byron Moor Slakes. The Mimosa is run over lou and a half furlongs and a baby has ti be speedy early and her jockey speedie to have a chance. On track work Bonheur de Pere look ed like making tue bett lilly of tm Spring, but che has been second at botl her starts. Homily won well on Satur day and was going best at the end, Jacl King trains Bonneur de Pere ano sut looked like his only ho...
LIVERPOOL COURT EVER INCREASING CONGESTION. SYDNEY ADVOCATE'S VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
LIVERPOOL COURT IEVER INCREASING CONGESTION. SYDNEY ADVOCATE'S VD3W. Mr. Mervyn Finley, the well-known ISydney advocate, referring to the con gestion at Liverpool on court days, states I that although he visits many parts ol this State and Queensland, he has not yet attended a court where the conges tion is so great. Scarcely a court day for the last six months has ended with out a number of important cases remain ing unreached. Solicitors, defendants witnesses, and others are put to extra expense and inconvenience, having to re turn sometimes for the third time be fore the case is able to be heard. It would appear that when such a state of congestion becomes chronic, as lt un doubtedly now is, the remedy should be applied. The practice in some centres is, wa understand, to meet the situation by holding,two courts per week each altern ate week. Mr. Finley stated that, but for the fact that the present Magistrate deals with the list expeditiously, the position would be even worse. A ...
Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
Liverpool 'News' Agents Copies oí Ule Liverpool "News" can be obtained from tile following dish let agents: Liverpool: A. Wych. Moorebank: P. Wych. Hillview: I. Laing. Hoxton Park: W. H. McEachem. West Hoxton; T. G. Scott. Prestons: Mrs. May. The Crossroads: Mrs. Prior. Leppington and Raby: Mr. Barrett. Rossmore: Mrs. Askew. Bringelly: Mr. Montgomery. Austral: Mi\ Starr. j . Minto: Mr. J. Williams. Glenfield: Mr. G. Downes. Ingleburn: W. and T. Collins. Cabramatta Newsagency. Agents invited from other centres.