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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. Doctrine of Atonement was the sub ject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing; "Then said Jesus unto them . . . X am the door of the sheep ... by Me ?I auy man enter in he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pas ture." John 10: 7, 9. The following passage from the Chris Man Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also Included: "Jesus aided in reconciling man to God by giving man a truer sense of Love, the divine Principle of Jesus' teachings, and this truer sense of Love redeems man from the law of matter, sin, and death Iby the law of Spirit-the law of divine Love." P. 19.
CASE ADJOURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
CASE ADJOURNED. On Monday last, at Liverpool Police Police Court. Leonard Alan Mldson was proceeded against by the police on a charge of having allegedly driven a motcr van while under the influence of Intoxicating liquor; and with failure to stop after an accident, hi Macquarie-st.. Liverpool, on October 16. The police asked for a remand for two weeks, owing to the absence of two wit. nesses. This was opposed by the de Î fendanfs solicitor. Final!:' the hearing i Viii fixed for NC'-esbsr 1."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
LAST NIGHT (Friday) at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Session)-rt "LOST HORIZON" and "THINK FAST, MR. MOTO !" FRIDAY EVENING: Episode 8, "ACE DRUMMOND," Reservation can be made at Theatre Booking Office. 'Phone booking will be accepted, 'phone Uv. (UY4) 116. No extra charge for ? booking. Car park ing service. Arousticon Service . for Deaf Persons Theatre Now Op erates as follows: MONDAY to FRI DAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m.; SAT. & HOLIDAYS, . 1 '30 & 7.30 p.m. MATINEES all Holidays at 1.30. J mo Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, OCTOBER 23, 25, 26 SATURDAY al 1.30 and 7.30; MONDAY and TUESDAY at 6.36 and 8 p.m. LOOK WHO'S HERE -ON ROLLER SKATES i The queen and king of song and swing ... head over heels in rhythm ! NEW SONGS 8 NEW DANCES 100 ' NEW LAUGHS plus: Joseph Calleia, 'Sw ice and Robert Young in Enemy* ADDITIONAL at SATURDAY MATINEE: Episode 8, "ACE DRUMMOND." mOVIE PEER aJk SOO* For the Inside life of HollywcoJ. for Fashion Hints, for Freak Facts, for Your Ho...
INGLEBURN WATER EXTENSION. Encouraging Housing in Outer Suburbs. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
INGLEBURN YVATüií EXTENSION. Encouraging Housing in Outer Suburbs. On the motion of Alderman Maunder, the Water Board on Wednesday approv ed the extension of a water main al Ingleburn, which, the chairman &lt;Mr. Upton) explained, would not strictly b? justified by the revenue to be obtained! from lt. i Alderman Maunder said that tho seii eral impression was that the Minister fur Local Government (Mr. Spooner) was making an earnest endeavour to solio the housing problem by helpina peopi to make homes for themselves further away from the city. The estimated cost of thc extension, it was stated, was £1745. The revenue required to justify the work would bs l £77/6/, but it was estimated that the re. I venue would be only £52/17 9. leaving ' a deficiency of £24/7/3 to be chargeable j to Government account. I Mr. Upton said that the number of cx , tensions had grown to such an extent that. 1 he had had to supply a statement to the ' Minister showing that the amount to lr ? met by...
INGLEBURN FLOWER SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
INGLEBURN FLOWER SHOW The annual spring show was held on Saturday last,, 16th, the exhibits being of high quality and roses particularly well represented. Mr. Joseph Jackson, M LA., officially opened the Show and paid a tribute to the high standard of the exhibition. Mrs. Jackson presented the trophies won by the exhibitors. The prize-winners in the rose section were:-Mr, C. C. Kennett, Mrs. Doug, las, Mr. Longmuir. Mr. D. J. Hall. Mr. ! W. Wood, and Mr. A. J. Blinman icham- i pion). Six vases, also three vases cut blooms: Mr. Longmuir l', Mr. A. W. Mills Iceland poppies: Mrs. P. C. Hayes 1. ! Mr. R. Porter 2; gerberas, Mr. H. Green: I geraniums, Mrs. Murray 1 and 2 : flow-1 ers, one color, Mr. A. W. Mills 1. Mr. A. Mcinnes 2; not specified, Mr. G. ¡ Longmuir 1, Mrs. W. Wood 2; bowl pan. sics. M'ss Shaw; foliage pot plant. Miss Shaw 1 Jnd 2; amateur class flowers. Miss Benjamin 1, Mrs. Brocklehurst 2: basketiflowers, Mrs. A. Benson 1. Mrs. A. Mufnnes 2; bowl flowers. Mrs. A. Mc Inne...
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR POLICEMAN AND CIVILIANS ARGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR POLICEMAN AND CIVILIANS ARGUE. I At Liverpool Police Court on Mi/.iday, Alexander Mitchell and Lillian Rose Mit. chell were charged with offensive behav ious in Scott-street, Liverpool, on Sep tember 2. They pleaded not guilty. Constable Cantwell gave evidence that i at 8 p.m. on September 3 he was in Mac , quarie-street, Liverpool, 40 yards (rom ' the Scott-street, intersection, when he taw Lillian Rose Mitchell on the corner, talking to a man, and heard her say in a loua tone, 'Tm not frightened of - Cantwell; I'll Job yer I" She then went out of vision, along Scott-street. Wit. ness walked to the corner and saw Mrs. Mitchell with a shopping' bag in her hand, standing over a man named Small, who was sitting on the footpath facing her. Witness said to them, "You both had better go home." Small went, but Mrs. Mitchell ran to her door and shout ed to her husband, "Come down here, Mitchic, and get this mongrel Small ! He hit me, and Cantwell sent him home." Mitchel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
¿FOR~l$ALE ? OBTAIN SPMIAI Servie» and sound Ad*. yi£e on a« Fn#eity matters, Stock BfUei and General Auction information, con sult John V, Tully, f.R.E.I. by exam.. Railway Station, liverpool._ FOR SALE; If you have anything you have no furthej use for, let it be known through this column. EXCHANGE Alee Building Allotment, rn excellent suburb, for a gatd Piano. Par ticulate, ring' OW8209, or write Box, 43, P.O. Parramatta._ FOR SALE: This is the column that will get_w»-*t youjwant._ y _ TO LET, Modern Brick Cottage1; 3 rooms and Kitchen,'' Moore-àtreet/ Liverpool, 30/-. Apply, ,,AshcTc^Vs\Hincl»-ry. GOVERNMENT NOTICE / Attention ls directed to Notiflcatlon puoivMeü in Government Gazelle of tarn vetobegaand suosequent ts/ues. in viting 'lenpyra tor Repairs to/walls in Nuises' &lt;^ua|wis, Liverpool Atate Hos pital and -Hag»?. Specification, etc., at cevmc HouseäLtvei'Booi./Tendéis ad cuv./ied to straf PresiXJepr Tender Board, Works and.Decal Government Depart ment Sydney,^ w...
NEW MOVIE MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
NEW MOVIE MAGAZINE. "Movie Peep" ls the wonder movie re view yet published-a weekly magazine no .movie fan should miss out on. Here, in 20 art pages, are all the beauty secrets of the stars, all the scandal, all the breezy news every film fan wants to know. It will give .you an unparalleled Insight Into Hollywood, w.th interviews and production notes-you will find lt each week a constant source of eni:r- ( talnment and information. Each. week a chapter of a thrilling sériel, "The House I of Death," will oe printed, and. you will I get the Inside information on now to get your horoscope free of chargfe. To I buy such a magazine elsewhere would i be normally Impossible, under 3d., yet because Western Suburbs Cinemas Ltd. and affiliated theatres are publishing it as a service for the patrons of their the. atres, it can be secured each week for the privilege price of "one penny. A treat for the whole family, and the first thrilling copy can be bought on Satur, dav week at the Crescent T...
Gymkhana at Liverpool [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
Gymkhana at Liverpool (By "Kay Bee.") This Saturday, October 23, is not only elección aay; it is a day that will be long remembered in Liverpool ior tne wonder, tul sports and horse day that has been scheduled by the A.H. and I. society, at the Liverpool Showgrounds. Ail excellent footrunnlng match haa been arrangea by four professionals we?i known to most residents, and is being looked loi ward to by many. Children are b^lng specially cared for by the show society, \vn*ch will be ob served by the free footrumung events, with casu prizes. If your boys or girls can run, bring them along, and give them a good day, free. National dancing' will be an added at. traction for children as well as for adults, and keen competition is expect, ed. These events will be accompanied by the official piper, with his bagpipes. Bicycle riaers have been ottered good prizes to compete, and riders are coining fi om all quarters-Camden. Campbell town. Lidcombe, Sydney, and many other suburbs. If horses ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SUPPERS AND Ï SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire Station). LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You the7Quality as well at Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND 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 MASURIER, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. Job Printing, Good and Cheap, at "The News. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Öxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, , LIVERPOOL. THONE: Liverpool 309. UKOWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLICITE...
MAYORESS' BALL LIVERPOOL SOCIAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
UVERPOOL SOCIAL SUCOBSS, over 3S0 pleasure seekers attended tue cabaret ball, held tn liverpool Town Hall last Tuesday night, m aid Of the May oress' relief f uno. The tables were beau tifully decorated with masses of gorgeous flowers. .The price for best decorated table was won by the Mayoress, the de corations being, carried out by Mrs.'Gil christ. . ? ' The parties entered Into the gay spirit of thé evening with «est, and the tune passed away quickly, .There were several large parties en tertained, including those at the tabk of Mesdames Taylor and Hoare. A happy, time was spent at Mrs. Dick Haerse's table, where the health of Aid. Haerse was enthusiastically honored, the occasion being his birthday. A beauti ful cake, made by Mrs. Haerse, was cut and banded round. Olan Martyn's orchestra were outstand ing musicians, and Messrs. Harold Ayres and Terry Fitzpatrick were the energetic M*«.OL The organising was capably carried out by a strong committee, the officers com prising the M...
Liverpool Golf Club FOUR BALL AGGREGATE STROKE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
Liverpool Golf Club POUR BALL AGGREGATE STROKE HANDICAP. , Last Saturday ah aggregate stroke han dicap wag . played over 18 holes Some ' vt?ry good scores ;were returned, foremost among ' them being the Prince Bros.. Whose cards totalled 145, which is very good. Results were:-T. Prince and I. I Prince 145 (26) 119, L Roberts and G. I Macnamara 163 (40) 123, T. Hamer and C. Ireland 163 (36) 127, F. Schell and R. Randall 172 (44) 128, I. Marsden and E Ashcroft 170 (381 132. . The handicappers have been having a, very busy time lately, and when they have finished Tom and Jack's handicaps the two players will think they ere' on State handicap. Tom hit 70 off the stick,, which, is an official record for the -course, among the members. , L/OhJ^JSSB1»**1111 1,BVe t0 nut mor>e ^ÎepInWnTsputtlng. Herb reckons Char lie is one of the slowest putters in the club. Never mind, Charlie, as long as you can put them up to the pin, what does it matter 1 Jessup cracked the machine on Sunday and was...
MOOREBANK NEWS PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
MOOREBANK NEWS PERSONAL. Beg. Thorne, while playing at school, fell and dislocated his leg, and was taken to Camperdown Hospital, where he un. derwent an. operation. tin. Jim Gardon, of the ordnance stores, has returned home after a holi day at Melbourne. The little girl ta the pastry shop says Bill can take her out now he has the new lorry. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. George McDonald, of Central Avenue, Moorebank, on the arrival of a baby son. Mr. Jimmy Dunn ls at present suffer ing illness. The baby child of Mr. and Mrs. W. Thorne, of Ulawarra-road, Moorebank! was bitten on the face by a beagle hound ' last week and several stitches were in serted. Miss Betty Ridgeway, of Hammond ville, is a patient hi St. Joseph's Hos. pital, Auburn, Mr. Bill Cooper, formerly of Moore bank and now at Tenant's Creek, says there ls plenty of money there, but lt's hard work getting it.
NOT PARALLEL TO KERB CAR DRIVER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
NOT PARALLEL TO KERB CAB DRIVER FINED. i Raymond 'Fitzpatrick was before Liv'-i 1 erpooi Court on Monday,' - charged with failure to park his car as near as prac ticable to the left side, in Scott-street, Liverpool, on September 9. Constable Cantwell said defendant's car was left standing in the street with the front near wheeis against the kerb, and the rear wheels about five feet from the kerb. It remained lhere for 20 min utes. As witness was taking particulars of the car. defendant came across the road and inquired what was the matter. Asked why he had not parked correctly, he said nobody was about and he did not think lt mattered. , "It was after S p.m.," the constable 1 added, "and defendant lives at Banks town." To defendant's solicitor: The gutter at the spot ls rather wide, and deep, and the road near the gutter ls in bad condition; but all the other cars were less than two feet from the kerb. Fitzpatrick wal well known in the town, and had a number of sand lorries. I was n...
Liverpool Council [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
Liverpool Cauncil Th« following matters were dealt with at Tuesday nighty meeting of Liverpool Council (owing to the Mayoress' Ball business was concluded early): The Minister for Local Government irM mated that the matter of further grant for loan-grant works wlil receive early consideration. The L.G. Department requested coun cil, in the construction of subsidised electrical extensions, to obtain the ap proval of tt)ï Minister before using cer tain goods manufactured oiitslde Aus tralia.-This will be complied with. I The Main Roads Department advised j the temporary closing of Holsworthy Bridge, over Georges River. The Department of Works and L.G. forwarded agreement in connection with £1200 grant for completion of' emer gency relief works, requiring council's seai.-Seal to be affixed. V. Steele asked foe construction of a vehtcuar crossing to 105 Bathurst-street, Liwîrpool.-This will be done. Trie Water Board adivsed that inves tigation was being made regarding sub stitution of s...
HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. The Happiness Club'6 singles cham pionship was continued on Sunday, when' Mra. Morris defeated Miss P. Stanton 6/1, 6/2. The draw for next Sunday is as fol lows:-ll a.m., J. Nash v N. Thorne; 1.30 p.m., J. Lovell v C. Scott; 3 p.m., Miss K. Fletcher v Miss M Stanton; 4.30 p.m., Tom Heckenberg v Ray Howlett.
AUSTRALIAN GIFTS TO LIVERPOOL. FORMER MAYOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
AUSTRALIAN GIFTS TO LIVERPOOL. FORMER MAYOR'S VISIT. We have received the following cut. 1 ting from "The Liverpool Daily Post and Mercury" (England), from Mr. Maurice G. Sheldon, of Quambatook, Victoria, who was at one time a resident of Liv erpool, NJ5.W. It will, no doubt be of interest to local residents: Mr. L. ¿. Ashcroft, who has on nine .occasions been Mayor of Liverpool, New South Wales, was received at the Liver pool Town Hall, together with his wife and daughter, by Alderman Alfred Gates, in the absence of the Lord Mayor. He had brought for the Lord Mayor a letter and an Australian flag from the Mayor of Australia's Liverpool. Mr. Ash. croft takes an interest in coats of arms, and has been interested during his visit here to find there are so many Ashcrofts in Liverpool, at least one family having had a coat of arms which ls dominated by an ash tree. He was also interested ui the origin of the name of Liverpool and was disappointed when he discov ered that the story of th...
BE INTRODUCED! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937
BE INTRODUCED ! In a rccJiit editorial U12 "Yorksh:rs| Post" gave a hint to tile Dominions thai ! they should make themselves bitter j known if they wanted immigrants. There ' is sound common sense in that sugges tion. TI13 paper pointed out that mi grates from .Britain had, in the past been inspired by evidence or reports of awards awaiting energy and enterprlss overseas. In the early days of Australia the pos sibility of making a fortune at the gold diggings by a few strokes of a pick lured many adventurous Britishers to Aus tralia. That period passed away, gold winning becoming a venture. chiefly for companies able to buy expensive machin ery end expend large amounts in develop mental work. Then came an apprecia tion by intending migrants of agricul tural opportunities in Australia. These, i too. have now largely decreased. Capital! and machinery are necessary for such farming. Migrants lacking funds mia two factors operating heavily against them if they leave settled centres to ...