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CAR DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

CAR DRIVE. St. Anne's Orphanage wish to thank the gentlemen who have so graciously agreed to give their cars for the drive to Hollywood on Sunday, May 9. They are as follows:-Messrs J. Cullen. J. Mainsbridge, C. Ives, T. Ashcroft. C. Brewer. J. Marsden, R. Greene. A. üTsrsden, E. Gruchy. P. Schell, T. Pltr patrirfc. J. Cole, T. Haersr J. Garrard. G. Wych. Mahoney. A. Sine. G. Mur ray, and Sergeant Taylor. The probable ones- are Messrs. N. Reid. Hunt, and .Munday. . vi-.'

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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FEAR: THE MODERN MALADY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

FE AA: THE MODERN MALADY. The Rev. D. Wright, warden of Cam den College, preaching at the Strath field Presbyterian Church, said that thc malady of the modern world was fear; yet any study of the past, either of na tions or tile individual, revealed that th» darkest expectations of man often failed to come true. Equally, their optimistic dreams failed to oe realised. The In terests and movements of mankind were never more complex and swift than they were to-day. They made prediction im possible, but the story of nations reveal ed that time and again redemption came from unexpected quarters. Problems were continually changing. The fear of one age wac extinguished by that of the next, if there was much wrong ivlth the world, there was also much that was ( right. Against every fear of to-day there was an opposing good. People needed to get their heads above the dust, in quiet-' ness und confidence, to* find their strength. This came only with belief In God. If people failed to believe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Bett Assorted Cretin Biscuits "íf- per m. BuVl Pkt.CerixWfiett . . 7id And get pkt. Weejbik FREE Choice Plum Jam, 24 oz. tin«, Federal Matches, 2 doz., 1 OJ COLLECT C&QUP T0KENS. GROUP TOKENS Are Worth One Penny Each, When Exchanged for Valuable Rewards. START SAVING TO-DAY. The Rewards are Amazing Value Let us send you an Illustrated Colored Catalogue. Choice Dates, per lb. .. 4¿d New Season's Dried Apples, per Ib., 9R Kellogg's Wheat Biscuits, 4£d COLLECT CROUP TOKENS. Choice Lean Rashers, lb. Il|d Patten's Towej Soap .. U£d Save 12 Coupons for Large Heavy Towel. Kream Cornflour, per lb., 6|d Buy, 2 oz. Jar Bonox .... l/j¡> And get Sample jar FREE. Choice Western Honey, 2 lb. fins, I0|d. Best Lard, per lb. .. .. 8£d SHOP AT SCOTT STREET BATTEN'S AND GET GROUP TOKENS (next Picture Theatre), LIVERPOOL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

THE FAMOUS CYCLES, RÜDÖE & May be inspected at our Works, nei Ambulance Station, L I V E R P p O EASY TERMS. Large Stocks of Second-Hand Cycles. REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES. District Agents for BR1TISCO Cycles. ONE RAY in me YEAR Everybody likes to give MOTHER at least one Day« Pleasure in the year. GIFTS from MURRAY'S PHARMACY jtre sure to yield Pleasure, as .our range is large and suits all tastes. / An Unusual . but Acceptable o\ß is A HOT WATER BAG. prices from 2/9 to 7/6. From A. Z MURRA Y, M. P. S., C I T Y-P R I C E C H E M I S T. Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and Co., "Limited, ¡Sydney, Australia, and BOTTLED BY , C H A R L I E FE ARN, H O IT Ë L LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool III. Teacher: Now, I want you to parse thia sent «ice: -'The boy led the cow Into the shed.' What mood? Bright pupil: Please, sir, the e.w. "I notice that the authors ol mystery g'ories are mostly men." "Certainly! What woman could keep the murderer's id...

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GREEN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

GREEN VALLEY A successful dance and euchre party I #ere held on May 1, by the local Sports Association. Mr. Morpeth's orchestra rendered the music, and MT. Anderson was M.C. Novelties were won by Miss Carr and Mr. Davies, Mr. J. Birket, Mr. H. Edwards. Miss Lola and D. Gibbs. Euchre: ladys, three with eight points roch divided 1 and 2; gents., five with eight points each, cut decided J. Maloney I, T. Green 2. DEATH OP MR- M. KENNEDY. The death of Mathew Kennedy, 55, occurred at Randwick Auxiliary Hos pital, on April 29. He was laid to rest in the Presbyterian Cemetery, at Liv erpool on May 1, in the presence ot a large number of friends. Mr. Kennedy was a native of Glasgow (Scotland) and began an adventurous career when a young lad on the steamers around the Irish, Scottish and English coasts. Many voyages on the North Atlantic occupied the nert few yeare, then an Interval in Mexico, when that country was in a state of rebellion: then San Francisco, just after the earthquake, and a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

. With TIMBER m ff you specify that thc gs ,. Timber be supplied by SS fig Vi, you will be aure of the best, and will show real BS as savings. We supply Timber in any quantity for every £5 r' ¡?j purpose. gi §j ALEX GRIMSON, Prop. §§ I LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS I SS C*«r«* ft, LIVERPOOL. 'Fan* Uv. 234. P.O. BOM Nm. B. S äST\\ DDN'T BE DISAPPOINTED! CHOÜP TOKENS] Make sure your Boot Repairs are OOO RfPAIRS, by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL WE GIVE GROUP TOKENS-ONE FOR EVERY SHILLING SPENT. M They're ?worth ONE PENNY EACH. . For Ail Your ELECTRICAL & RADIO REPAIRS, call N, W. PRATT, a / Licensed Electrical Contractor, Macquarie Street.LIVERPOOL (THREE DOORS FROM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). FAMILY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL, ORDERS DELIVERED. Ask firt AL. M AR S D E N He Will Fix You Right. Telephone: Liverpool 264. k for V T

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THE PLUNGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

THE PLUNGERS. Sandy's 'fliad cert.' h¡>d failed. Hi was miserable over his loss. | '?' 'nbh't toke it so badly.' Siray What i if you have lost, your shilling?''said Hie' toofrie ? cheertuliy.' - , 1 'It's 'no mci?!! I'm thinkin' of." re- ' "?l'«f caiin". uni lhere '»"irr? ti*, ct IL-. . in l-.' '_

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LOST DUCK FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LOST DUCK FOUND. A resident of Mill-road lost his only duck. A search revealed the bird under the house sitting on 20 unfertile eggs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

M. Cl iv Tel. L T. P. i THE M T ermmus Tel.: 38 Liv. ; - OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR IS QUALITY & SAT«. Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor. \ OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW. ' 1937, and Other Years. . ESTABLISHED MURRAY'S BREAD SPEAKS FOR j^ELF. Our Motto: CleanlinesK Civility and Quality. Tel. 433. f /George St., Liverpool. No connection with any other firm. . RELIEF COUPONS ACCEPTED. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce/Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: PIVERPQÓL 63. We desire to particularly . mention that we stock only the Best of all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, etc, QUALITY - - - VALUE - - - - SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR tc DELIVERED Io all Parts of, the District. ."'CIVILITY. Plus SERVICE MISS M. and E. W IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, SCOTT STREET, LVERPOOL, Near Picture Theatre. All Goods Electrically Cooked on the Premises. CAKES & PASTRY OF ALL KINDS. MORNING AND AFTE...

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[?]ERE AND THERE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

WERE AND THERE TO CORRESPONDENTS, Item» »nt In after Wecnesaay morn ing may be held over.

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Coronation Profit WHAT VISITORS WILL SPEND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Coronation Profit I WHAT VISITORS WILL SPEND. The latest estimate ts that British in dustry will benefit to the extent of £100,u00,000 from the Coronation. Much of this will come from the pockets of Dominion and foreign visitors. Nearly every industry is sharing in the trade boom. Thousands of unemployed men and women will find jobs in the next three months. Yet the actual Coronation bill will be less than £100,000, a fraction of a farth ing to'every taxpayer in England. For the preparation of Westminster 'Abbey, the erection of stands, the Earl Marshal's offices, and other Items, a sum of £152,000 has been allocated in the 1 Estimates. From this will be subtracted about £67,000 tn receipts from the sale of seats in Government stands. Of the £60,060, nearly half has been set aside for the entertainment of Royal and other guests from overseas, and tor the travelling expenses of troops lining the processional route. Every £1 spent on the ^Coronation will return £1000. It ls estimated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

NURSE H EAX Y, CHRISTIE STREET. jrfvERPOOL. ' (Late of St. Margaras Hospital.) MIDWIFERY Case^extended in Liver pool and Outlying Districts. Telephone Ur. 11)2. L. G. SCOTT, BA., LLB., SOLICITOR ANry^M'VEYANCER. MOXHAM CHAMBERS M^LcHURCl STREEK', || J PARRAMATTA. 'PHONE UW672Z. DAT AND SPORT: MISSES DEVLIN FOR FINE ORE DRESSMAKING <G GOWNS. i'EAR. etc. SPECIALISING IN BRIDAL WORK. 211 MACQUARIE ST., MVERPÓo'i Telephone: Liverpool 176.

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Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Flower Show. In keeping with the reputation which the Minto Horticultural Society holds I for being the most progressive society outside Sydney, the . flower show held last Saturday, May 1, presented a color ful and attractive spectacle in the Minto School of Arts. The brilliant display of flowers was the result of 200 exhibitors taking part. At 4 p.m. the Mayor of Campbelltown (Aid. J. Westbury) opened the show and mentioned that now that Minto had the water, flower-growing should improve still more. ' He expressed the wish thai that society would co-ordinate with the Campbelltown Council In the matter oi tree planting. Mr. C. G. B. Sutton, of Minto, presi dent of the Liverpool to Campbelltown District Horticultural Council, moved a vote of thanks to the Mayor and to the judges-Mr. W. Smith, of Liverpool, who judged the flowers, and Mrs. H. A. Blin man, of Glenfield, who judged the pre serves. Mr. W. Porter, president of the Minto Society, thanked the Ingleburn Society for lending ...

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It CAN Be Done! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

It CAN Be Done! The man who misses all the fun Is he who says "It can't be done !" In solemn pride ti:* stands aloof And greets each wnture with reproaf. Had he the power he'd efface The history of the human race; We'd .have no stearn or trolley cars, No street lit by electric stars; No telegraph nor telephone We'd» linger tn the age of stone; Where, when som: keen barbaric brain Of lifp-'e conditions dares complain . And planned a wheel on which to roll The load his arms could not control, Sneers rose from all the mighty crew That ever scoffs at what ls new. The world wculd sleep if things w:« run By men who say "It can't be done." Printed and published at :"The Bli" Newspaper Office. Smart-street, Fait* field, New South Wales, by tile pro prietor, W. J. -Bright. --

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SPARROW'S FINAL PERCH— INSIDE A PERCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

SPARROWS FINAL PERCH INSIDE A PERCH. ¡ Mr. Harry Stein, nf Fairfield, was flsh ! lng- In the Neoeen Fiver wirri he cnueht j i perch weighing about 2Mb. Opening the fish, he found two diamond spar- 1 rows In Its stomach. They had appar ently b«*n swallowed that doy. Mr. stein wss of the rntninn that p fleck of the birds hud been bathing i»1 shallow water and the fish had caught tw*> «f them. '? The Incident is r»<-nrriM In »h» Nur' I South Wales Rod Fishers' society Gaz ette.

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PRESTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

PRESTONS. (By "KNOWALL".) Mrs. C. Spicers ls In hospital, to under go a serious operation. We are pleased to hear Mr. W. Noble, brother oî Mrs. Kitche, ls making a slow recovery after his serious illness. Little Miss Lynette Rayner is a pat ient in Camden Hospital. Mrs. B. Forbes has returned home from Newcastle. We sympathise with her over the loss of her father. ( The Younger Set held a dance in the local hall Urt Wednesday, which was voted a hugeV mccess. Mr. Max Ra\ner has been fighting very well lately, and we wish him luck in his future bouts. Mr. and Mrs. Mucklow are taking up residence down the South Coast. We will all miss them. Friends of Johnny Snieder are now wondering why he had to walk home fromHÄe'risrllool Ost. i Thursday night. HMd luck. JvJMr

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Cannibalism in Fowls. A COMMON BUT DIFFICULT PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Cannibalism in Fowls. A COMMON BUT DIFFICULT PROBLEM. Very much has been written regarding the cause of cannibalism in fowls, ob serves a veterinary officer of the De partment of Agriculture, but only one thing is clear, namely, that many and varied factors may cause it. Amongst the most common are lack, of animal protein (meat meal) in the diet, over crowding, having the nest boxes too ex posed, the occurrence of vent, gleet in the nock, the accidental wounding or in jury of a bird producing bleeding, or a number of these causes acting together. Whatever the cause which acts as a starting point it would appear that the habit is rapidly acquired and spread throughout the flock. On numerous occasions it has been noted that where no animal protein food is fed, an outbreak of cannibalism oc curs, and it would seem logical to re gard these as cause and effect, in some such cases an epidemic has ceased when meat meal has been added to the diet. Under natural conditions a bird will cor re...

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United Australia Party ANNUAL MEETING AT LIVERPOOL Reception to Mrs. B. S. B. Stevens. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

United Australia Party ANNUAL MEETING AT LIVERPOOL Reception tb Mrs. B. «. B, TStSvens. I There was a large attendance at the Liverpool Town Hall on Thursday after noon last, -when the'liverpool women's Branch of the U.A.P. held its annual meeting, in the iorm of a reception to the wife -of the Premier of the State <Mr. B. S. B. Stevens). The meeting was opened by Mrs. A. J. Childs (the retiring president) and the usual business was conducted. The election of officers resulted as fol lows: President, Mrs. Galla way; vice presidents, Mrs. W. Nichols, Mrs. A. J. Childs and Mrs. Owen, snr.; secretary, Mrs. K. Nicholson; treasurer, Mrs. C. Fehlberg; committee, Mrs. M. Adams, Mrs. J. Munro, Mrs. G. T. Rowe, Mrs. M. Schell, Mrs. R. Randell, Mrs. Leacock, Mrs. Ames, Mis. J. Shepherd, Mrs. Gil christ, Mrs. W. Orr, Mrs, walman, Mrs. Cumming, Mrs. J. McVlcker. ' . Mrs. Callaway then welcomed Mrs. Stevens to the meeting and assured her of the loyal support of the members. Mrs. Steve...

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CHARGE OF STEALING. MAN WITH MANY CONVICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

CHARGE OF STEALING. MAN WITH MANY CONVICTIONS. John Black was charged at Liverpool Police Court on Monday with having stolen tobacco valued at 3/8 from B. C. Fitzpatrick. Liverpool, on April 28. He pleaded guilty. Constable Little said he was called to Fitzpatrick's store and received a de scription of a man who had been in the store. Near The Crossroads Hotel wit ness saw defendant and told him of the missing tobacco. Defendant denied any knowledge of the tobacco; but on the way to town he said he had taken it and given lt to a lady. Witness said: "Alright; we'll go and get i»." Then de fendant said: "No I didn't; here it is in my pocket." Defendant had several previous con victions in this State and Queensland practically 50 convictions, the police prosecutor stated Defendant said he came out of Par ramatta gaol and gat drunk. He was struck on the head and later found his way to Liverpool. He was sentenced to seven days' gaol. Mr. Crumble: I see by the papsrs that Mount Vesuvius i...

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LIVERPOOL RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL' RAINFÄLL. ! Showground Report.-119 points cf ' rah: fell Sartor the iscr.th sf April 1337; / l^ coirrfr d'"ln- An'üVlSsw, * . * "

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