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FIRE COMMISSIONERS' VISIT Long Service Medals and Bars Presented. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

FIRE COMMISSIONERS' VISIT Long Service Medals and Bars Presented. Cn Friday night last the Board of Fire Commissioners visited Liverpool Fire station. The purpose of the visit-the first in five years-was to present long service medals and bars to the firemen who by long service have earned the dis tinctions. The visitors Included the President of the Board, the Hon. T. J. Smith, Mr. John Beswick (volunteers' representative) and Mr. Piper (representing the perman ent firemen); and Mr. Reg Watt, con fidential secretary of the Board; also T. Griffin (county fire stations) ; and a rep resentative of the Fire Underwriters' As sociation, Mr. F. W. Walton. The Deputy Mayor of Liverpool, Aid. W. Nicholls, and aldermen of the council welcomed the Board, and after the pre sentations, they and the firemen enter tained the visitors at supper, which prov, ed lo be a most cordial and happy f unc tion. Other visitors were Sgt. Dudley (police), Supt. Keato (ambulance). Those to rece.ve the presenta...

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

'Xmas Gifts HAVE YOU SECURED SOME OF OUR WONDERFUL RANGE OF BOOKS, TOYS AND DOLLS FOR CHRISTMAS? IF NOT, START NOW. WITH A LAY-BY. HOME MAIL CLOSES: GREAT BRITAIN NOV. 16, CANADA NOV. 25, SOUTH AFRICA NOV. 24, U.S.A. NOV. 25. WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF CARDS , ANNUALS AND GUTS FOR OUR FRIENDS OVERSEAS. JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY ind be with the BEST READERS. A. WYCH THONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL. Albert Clyde's Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL, For the SMARTEST STYLES 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 we 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. « ? G. HÎV 243 Macquarie SEMCO and A.< SUÖ-AGENT fui PH fcliíÜS RADIOS. R. ANSLOW & ...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. I Results or matches played on Saturday and Sunday last: Miss Robinson defeated Mrs. Thomp son, w.o.; Miss Thomas d. Mrs. Thomp son 6/1, 6/3; Brooks and Bulpitt d. ero. ker and Brabston 4/6, 6/2, 7/5; Bever idge and Dunbar d. Penney and Penney 6/1. 2/6. 8/6; Attwood and Murphy d. Nicholls «nd Rayner 6/2, 6/1; Wych and Lomax, d. Heeger and Kirkpatrick 6/5. i 5/6, 11/9; Collins and Haines v Wych and Lomax 3/0 (unfinished); Miss Brew er and Mrs. Thompson d. Mrs. Dunbar ! and Miss Thomson 6/2, 6/0; Mrs. Sann Í ders and Miss Iva; v Miss Brewer and Mrs. Thompson 7/5, 6/1 (unfinished); I Miss Robinson and Miss Banks d. Mrs. . Topen and Miss Tuck 9/7, 6/3; Penwey and Miss Thomas d. Heckenberg and I Mrs. Kemister 6/1, 5/6, 6/1. I MATCHES POR SATURDAY, 23rd. Tile following matches have been set down for Saturday, October 23: Liverpool (W. Beveridge In charge'). 2 p.m.. Mrs. Ayres and Miss Kitcher (owe 15/4) v Mrs. Dunbar and Miss Thomson (rec. 15/2); 3 p...

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Liverpool Tennis Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

. Liverpool Tennis Club Th ladies' doubles tournament playeu lasu week prov.ded some excellent teuiiis. and resulted m a very elote finish, for on the opening of the handicaps it was found that Miss O. Kitcher and Mrs. A. Topen (scratch) had tied with Mrs. W. . Beveridge and Mrs. J. Shortis (o.i 2). , with sccres of 24 games each, whilst Mrs. C. Heeger and Mrs. R. Dunbar were sec ond w.tn a score of 23 games, from the on 7 mark. In the draw for tue winners. Miss Kitcher and Mrs. Topen were the lucky ones. r'uilowmg are the results cf matches Ul the duo aggies payed i^st week-end: R. Cole beai C. vveob i>, i, b/1, tin; W. toeverxge beat G. aaiway b l, 0,2; B. Kii&pauick beat R. Dunbar ti l, Uti. t/2; Mia. J. ùliorus beat M>ss A. Wit tí/í, 6/3; R. Hindmarsh v W. Beveridge 6/1, 3/0 (unfinished), lue following matches have been set ? down lor next week-eiiu:-i. h,. Hina maisn v W. bevenage ito lin.s..,i ; 2, c. nether v o. L,jmax; 3, Mrs. W. Bever age v Miss J. urewei ; *....

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Liverpool Bowling Club OFFICIAL OPENING OF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

Ll^BowLngCub OWriOIAL OI^ÇNINO pr CLUB. Some few yean ago the formation of a bowling duo tn liverpool was brougnt forward, and altiiough tne matter receiv ed «oed support,-the proposal was held In abeyance, mainly due to heavy expense that would be lequlred, and lack of a .suitable.location. Since .then A number, of enthusiasts have taken to the recreat ion, and have kept tn touch on the greens at the Liverpool State Hospital. With the> coming of Mr. H. M. Potts to the town (manager of the Commercial Bank, ; Liverpool), tne movement gained fresh 1 momentum through his efforts, and the Municipal Council approached for asslst ¡ ance. Ihe council took the matter up ?sympathetically, and under the Bigge tark Improvement scheme, offered to erect a club-house and greens on that area for the bowllngi club, on a rental basis. . This was agreed to, and a fine club-house and six rinks have been pro vided. On Thursday evening, of last «eek, there was an attendance of about ISO, when the May...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 21 October 1937

. Mrs, Doreen Simpson, of Bonnyrigg, is a patient in Parramatta District Hos- pital. , * * * * * Ken. Silk, 9, of West Hoxton, ls a patient rn Lidcombe Hospital. Mr. ti. V. Davies, of Minto, ls ill In the Camden Hospital. .* * * Mr. J. Woods, of Bonnyrigg, was taken ill while on his way to work last Fri day. He was admitted to Liverpool Hos pital with abdominal trouble. « » * On Thursday night last, Mr. W. J. Wil son, of Macquarie-street, made his first public appearance since -his illness. He attended the opening of the bowling club house, - ". * » Master Ronny Banks is a patient hi St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn. * * * Congratulations are being extended to Mr. and Mrs. Brown (nee Brenda Bur don) on the arrival of a baby son. * * . The Mayor (Aid. J. F. de Meyrlck) and Alderm-Jii Ingham, Haworth, Haerse. Hunt, Green, W-chols, Pratt, Ashcroft, and Fabris were present at the meeting of Liverpool Council on Tuesday * ? . * Sgt. Odewahn, of Parramatta, who was temporarily at L'verpool, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

(¿I VERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 17 9. FEINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (NEWS ana ADVTS.)

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CRASH AT WARWICK FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

CRASH AT WARWICK FARM. At là p.m. ôti Tuesday, a car driven by Robert John Sutton collided with a post, at u VS&flftffc' .Pjrm^Iëvêl crossing. Two, passengers! were injured, but thf driver was hot Hurt. He has been, charg ed with, driving under the Ihnuencfr .of j Intoxicating liquor, and ls now on bau.

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JUVENILE CENTENARY BALL ST. MARY'S CONVENT HIGH SCHOOL, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

ST.'MART'S CONVENT HIGH <? SCHOOL, LIVERPOOL, H. OD Saturday evening, 16th Inst., the Liverpool Town Ball was the setae of a dignified and gorgeous pageant,- iparWng the centenary of tile Catholic 'School iß1 Liverpool. Down -the centre «f'thr'toill were erected arches, tastefully decorated, dated from the year 1837 In perlodsibt 20 years to the present time. .0% ,wi. ons sets proceeqed through the ..^rpies-, and formed groups of color tm either-aide throughout the ball. -j'\\ The audience was first greeted *y the . appearance of the kangaroos, «nu and ¡ kia bear, followed by stockmrarrnlne«, sundowners and;explorers; rPhen inter ed Young Australia, with ber rethjuo symbolical of her natural beauty andher promise of future wealth-the southern Cross, wild flowers, gold, «ilvcr, : wheat, wool, and {cults. These «ere followed by ! angels, heralding the coming, of religion, bringing virtue, knowledge and art to the: infant colony. The tiny angels were 'sue ceeded by Faith, Ho...

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LIVERPOOL ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

I LIVERPOOL ASSOCIATES. The associates oí Liverpool Golf Club held a four-ball best ball v bogey last Saturday afternoon, which was won by Mrs. Lovejoy and Mrs. R. A. Williams with 8 up. They also won the net score; and Miss Crowe and Mrs. Ames won the gross score with 8 down. Irate Father: What is that stuff on my I I new car? Where have you been? .eatattSon: That's only traffic-Jam.-.. !

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Cricket Sayings [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

Cricket Sayings (By "WET WICKET.") , That Moorebank No. 1 are showing their true form at last, much to Roseina's sorrow. , That Bill Keato's score of 134 not out was. as good .as. 200. on any other «round owing to the slowness of the outfield. That Stan. Cotterill ls beginning to get Jîis eye In again. ,and big scores can be expected from him from now on. That Doug, was too anxious to get back to his cosy seat in the lorry to worry about getting runs, and that he is too much of a gentleman to hit an old chap like Mr. Hartley about. That Les, Randall, jnr., arrived in time to play after a pleasant .holiday In the country, but. seemed to .be. acting .a bit queer. It must have been the coun- j try air. That George Garard asked his three slip fielders, to tea on Saturday night, after they had each taken a good catch for him. He finished up with 3 for 2,. . That this week, with Garard, Keato and Childs to bowl, the pace will bs on from the start. That while Bill was approaching! his cent...

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Liverpool Golf Club STROKE HANDICAP RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

Liverpool Golf Club STROKE HANDICAP RESULTS. Last Saturday a stroke handicap was/ held, and results were:-Dick buggy.! 78 (17) 61; Jun Stewart, 71 (9) 62; Jack Watson, 80 (16) 64; W. Virtue, 81 (26) 65; I. Jessup, 80 (15) 65; Jack Prince, 77 (ll) 66. Jack Andrew is home again from his honeymoon, and is belting the ball about again very well. Holman Hunt journeyed to Wallacia to participate In the champion of cham pions, and brought the honors back with him. Nice work, "Olly." 'Another local lad to make good at Wallacia was Reg. Randall, who amazed his pals when he told them he had won the Wallacia Cup. Reg. has been play ing an indifferent game lately, but sud denly came Into his old form on Sun day and played the game of his Ute. An 86 In the morning round and 92 rn the afternoon, off 27 handicap, gave him a marg.n of two from the runner-up. 'Ere, 'ere. Reg ! Jim Stewart has bein playing consist ent golf lately ar<d had the bad luck to miss out by one stroke-71 off the s...

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CAMP FOR 2000 MEN ANNIVERSARY RIFLE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

CAMP FOR 2000 MEN ANNIVERSARY RIFLE MEETING. Entries for the National Rifle Associa tion's meeting in February at Aazac Range, Liverpool, during the 150th Anni cersary celebrations will be a record. A larger proportion than usual of the entrants have not previously shot at the association's annual prize meetings. There has also been a marked increase in the numbers seeking rail concessions for wives and accommodation. The camp at tne range will accommooate about 2000 men, and suitable accommodation 101 ladies is being arranged by the Govern ment Tourist Bureau. Arrangements at the range have been improved. New buildings are being erect ed for the catering department, and thc new administrative building' will replace the old structure to make additional tar gets available at the long ranges. The British team consists of keen young men who aie determined to regain the Empiré trophy which Australia re cently won at Bisley.

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CLAIMS CANCER GERM DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

CLAIMS CANCER GERM DISCOVERY. Professor F. Gerlach, of Vienna, claims that he has discovered the germ of can. cer, and is submitting the results of 16 years of experiments to an International commission of experts. f

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REARRANGED BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

REARRANGED BIBLE. A new arrangement of the Bible will soon he published by Heinemann with the approval of the King's printers. It will be without chapters and verses,' and certain "duller" portions, such as genealogies, will be omitted. The Old j Testament will be rearranged into groups 1 of books, beginning' with the histories, then verse, and the prophets. Prose will be printed as such, verse as verse, and the dramatic parts in play form. The authorised text will be used throughout, except in Proverbs, Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Songs, the Revised Version of which will be used. It is understood that it will be similar to a volume published in America earlier in the year.

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INGLEBURN SCHOOL OF ARTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

INGLEBURN SCHOOL OF ARTS MEETING. 1 At the annual meeting of Ingleburn Schcol of Arts, the secretary. Mr. G. H. : Naylor, presented a report of a success ful year of activities. The debt on the building had been reduced to £261/2/4, payment being two years ahead. Several improvements were made to the build ing during the period. The report ex pressed appreciation of the help render ed hy various supporters and dealt with the different functions, etc., held from time to time. Income during the year was £162/0/6; outgoings £153/5/6, In cluding S52/S/4 off the building debt. The balik balance was £21/17/4. Assets were £1250/18/4 in excess of liabilities. The institute would like more mem bers, to enable the committee to extend the library.,

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Glenfield Flower Show WONDERFUL DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

Glenfield Flower Show WONDERFUL DISPLAY. Tho annual spring flower .'.how was held In the Glenfield Progress Hall lasi Saturday, under ideal weather condi tions. Regarded generally, as a rose show, iii which there were 18 entries (excluding the.. Bratchell Cup competition), other sections included in the schedule were : School section, .120 entries. Miscel laneous: Flowers 48 entries, cookery 25, decorative 20. The Bratchell Memorial Cup com po tltlop, ta which Glenfield Agricultural Bureau, Liverpool, Minto, Merrylands, ingleburn and Guildford Horticultural Societies competed, was won by the Mer. rylands Horticultural Society, /The ,^spUy... of , flowers was truly a magnificent one, and the growers are to be congratulated on the high standard produced. As usual,' fine exhibits of insects weeds, ands grasses were shown by the boys from Hurlstone Agricultural High School, whilst the sewing in the needlework sec tion, exhibited by the girls from the special school, was- greatly admired...

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OBSERVATION TOWER BLOWN UP. Engineers' Demonstration at Ho[?]worthy. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

OBSERVATION TOWER BLOWN UP. Engineers' Demonstration at HobHorthy. j Using SOlb. of gun-cotton, the 1st Field Squadron of Cavalry Engineers on Sat urday blew up the observación tower ,In tne old internees' camp at Holdsworthy. The tower, which was 105 feet high, ! was built by internees during the Great I War. It was furnished wita a search I light and a machine gun on the highest platform, and at the base there was ac commodation fer 14 men and one offi cer. After the tower had been blown up the steel girders were cut into sections with oxyacetylene torches, as a demonstration of modem military engineering methods.

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WHO SUPPORTS Your DISTRICT? SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

WHO SUPPORTS Your DISTRICT? SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT, j From time, to time articles have ap peared in'these columns putting the case for., shopping-ta-your-own-town. The fol 'lowing, which.is not new, puts the mat ter so convincingly that it will stand re publishing: When subscriptions are wanted for any local purpose, where do we get them ? Do, you .eyer^go to,the. manager of a metropolitan chain ; of- cash and carry shops or "bargain-stores ?" bo you ever write, the niall order, .house in the capital city ? .Do iyou.,ever .approach the wander-1 lng "auctioneer" with his allegedly "bank rupt" stock?. Po you ever put the subject genJJy. before the "door knocker" who hawks goods around town for city inter ests ? ? Did you eyer, try, anything like that ? If so, with what success ? What inter est did either one of them show in the Improvement, of the town and the dis trict, the. working bee to build the bridge or this bit of roadV.the beautification of your, street, the movement to ere...

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MILITIA CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

MILITIA CAMP. Troops from the 8th Infantry Brigade, including the 30th Battalion (N.S.W. Scottish Regiment), entered camp at Liv. crpcol on Saturday. After a church par ade on 'Sunday morning, the troops watched Air Force machines carry out manoeuvres directed from the ground o; wireless by Squadron-Leader J. Waters. The significance of the manoeuvres was explained to the troops. In the afternoon the troops rehearsed the ceremonial parade, which will be car ried out during a visit to the camp by the Governor-General (Lord Gowrie) to day.

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