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AN EXILED KING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

AN EXILED KING. j Writing in thc London "Daily Mirror," Godfrey Winn says: "From the point of view of political common sense, if noth ing else, it ls extremely unwise that our former King îhould be compelled Ito .wander from one European country Ur another, guarded by foreign policemen j «nd feted by the rabble wherever he goes, I when all he asks ls to retire Into the prl-1 'vat Që "cf a coühtty gentleman ia his nwn Motherland. "As long as he is not allowed to do so, i he will be regarded as the 'Prince across Mle water," and, however much he in. stlnctlvely protests against it, as a pre. tender to the throne of England. He will be romanticised into another Bonnie Prince Charlie. "Apart from that danger, there ls our duty to someone who. whatever else he I did. certainly served his country magalfi. bently for many years." --* -

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

TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advertise ments should reach this office early in the week, to allow time I for careful handling and display. Casual advertisements will be received up to Wednesday; and argent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance of the above will be grealty appreciated.

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

Ashcroft & sons, PULLM. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons stock all those meats Sue i as s and any Purity Tost ! Heir: ar ? those stocks good judges say, Cnn easiy excel the rest. Really tlie Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are lender and juicy Th y mak? from the Asher:ft blocks. "Tis; always 'this Popular Meat Mart Supplies ycu the Primest of Meat 1 So, when ASHCROFT 4 SONS are your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat 1 H.J. BIDDLE, M.O.O.A. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN, 10 Railway Parade, Granville, \ \ Telephone: UW86J9. f * « If you have Headaches or Eye Strain, you owe it to yourself. to have Your Eyes Tested at once. Glasses of all models including the one most becom ing to your features, are available at moderate charges. Lay-byes and Cash Orders taken on the Personality Optical Goods, which are advertised with a Guarantee. IF YOUR WORK SEEMS UNENDING, AND YOU FEEL...

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

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.,F.I.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 of 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, DINING IIV YOKOHAMA OR SIGHTSEEING IX L O JV DO J* Wherever you moy go throughout Aiielruliu or abroad you will appreciate lite safely and con venience of Bank of New Somit Wales Traveller*' Cheques. These cheques ure honoured throughout lite world. They...

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

CLOSED MONDAY -BUTCHERS' PICNIC PlTTiTiirC> MEAT {J I!, 1J JJ JELrO MARKE Macquarie Street - - - LIVERPOOL,

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FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

FISHING NOTES. (By "GREEN WEED.") Local fishermen can now. almost be assured of good sport in George's River. Although a week or two early for mucn in the Warwick Farm area, from Mil- ' perra downstream fishing is fairly good. Flathead, garfish, perch, darkies, and i decent bream have all been included in | recent bags. Prawns are plentiful, and one report states that king prawns are being caught on the sandy bank near Rocky Reach. A tip for fishermen who smoke: Always wash your hands after rolling your to bacco up-fish don't like the taste of tobacco in the baili. Fresh-water perch are also said to be plentiful and "as longi as your arm"; but the trouble ts, no crickets for bait. One fisherman says he has nearly dug up his farm looking for sand crickets.

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AUSTRAL. VISIT FROM LUDDENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

AUSTRAL. VISIT FROM LUDDENHAM. Cn Friday. 22nd, at Austral Hall, Aus. tral Progress Association entertained I Luddenham at a game of euchre. This, was in return to a visit «aid to Ludden ham. On that occasion Austral ladles won, Luddenham takingi the honors for the men. At Austral the ladies again held their own. and Luddenham men were a/ace more successful. A social was held after the match, Messrs. Rose, Porch, Metters and H. Sales, and Mesdames Reynolds and Grim sen giving items. Mr. H. Sales complimented Austral on the good condition of the roads, and hoped before long to" see similar condi tions existing at Luddenham. PERSONAL. Mr. H. Starr, of Austral, met with a painful accident, a flying wedge hitting him on the side of his knee.

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S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE. COOK PARK v MOOREBANK II. COOK PARK—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE. COOK PARK v MOOREBANK il. COOK PARK-First Innings. O. Gibbs, not out.171 H. Jacobs, c Threlkeld, b Betts .. .. 13 B: MJne. c Murphy, b Belts. 8 H. Bryant, c Garrard, b Betts .. .. 17 B. Bell; not out.106 Sundries.16 Three wickets for .... ..329 ÏVmings declared closed. Bowling: T. Betts 3/C1, J. Garard 0/79. P, Threlkeld 0/20. V. Morphy 0/39, J. Woods 0/34, C. Pettltt 0/35, B. Wych 0/39. MOOREBANK] IL-First Innings. R. McVlcker. not. out.37 V. Murphy, c Jansen, b Bell. 8 J. Garard, not out. 4 Sundries.13 .One wicket for.62 Bowling: T. White 0/15, B. Bell 1/10, D. Gibbs 0/24. MOOREBANK I. v ROSEINA. MOOREBANK I.-First Innings. G. Davies, c J. Hartley, b Slender .. 5 S. Cotterill. ç Douglas, b W. Hartley 4» W. Keàto, not out.134 D. Grimsoii, b J. Hartley.12 G. Macfarlane, c Martin, b J. Douglas 151 B. Childs, c J. Hartley, b Rentoul .. 9 Sundries.12 Five wickets for.236 Innings declared closed. Bowling: A. Rentoul 1/23, C. Slendpr 1/22, Gardner 0/9, S. Mar...

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B GRADE. INGLEBURN v WOOLLEN MILLS. WOOLLEN MILLS—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

B GRAVE. , INGLEBURN v WOOLLEN MILLS, j WOOLLEN MILLS-J?»rst tanings. E. Cronan, c Murray, b Watts. 6 K. Wright, c Sherack, b Morgan .. .. 23 A. Gillan, c Goodsell, b Watts .. V. 16 * A. Williams, c Morgan, b Watts .... 4 ? T. Heckenberg, b Morgan.10 j A. Keato. b Morgan. 0 J. Bradshaw,,b Watts. 1 * J. Dowse, b Daley. 71 J. Jones, b Morgan. 0 | G. Yates, not out. 11 A. Bosley, b Morgan.10 Total.80 Bowling: R. Watts 4/39, B. Allen 0/13, P, Papworth 0/12, K. Morgan 5/10. H. Daley. I,'4. . INGLEBURN-First Inning», B. Allen, b Wright. C Ct Mürray, run out. 3 j A. Sherack, b Bosley. 9 F. Goodsell, l.b.w-, b Bradshaw .... 5 P. Papworth, c Gillan, b Williams .. 59 H. Daley, c Heckenberg, b Wright .. 20 R. Watts, c Bradshaw, b Heckenberg 5 D. Deighton, c Cronan, b Heckenberg 7 K. Morgan, l.b.w., b Williams. 3 W. McUveen, c Heckenberg, b Wil- j Hains. 2 R. Connell, not out. 6 Sundries.19 Total.144 Bowling: KT Wright 2/23. J. Bradshaw 1/24, A. Bosley 1/11, A. Williams 3/41, | A. Gillan 0/8, T...

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C GRADE. HILLVIEW v FAIRFIELD COLTS. FAIRFIELD COLTS—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

n GRADE;. HILLVIEW v FAIRFIELD COLTS: FAIRFIELD COLTS-First Innings. H. Cumming, c Wheeler, b Randall .. 13 Ç. Nolan, c Wheeler, b Bird ...... 4 J. Patterson, b Randall'.24 N. Gale, c F. Bird, b Channon .. .. 16 J. Russell, c Randall, b Channon .. 14 J. Ferguson, c Laing, b Randall .... 1 H. Ragan, c F. Bird, b Wheeler .... 3 W. Lesseils, b Channon. 0 L. Gâteman, c and b Channon .... 1 1 J. Walters, c Laing, b Channon .... 0 ' G. Bowyer, not out. 2 Sundries.27 .Total. ... 105 Bawling: F. Bird 1/.12, I. Laing 0/14, J. Randau 3/13. L. Smythe, 0/8, H. Tur ner Ó/23, F. Channon 5/9, F. Wheeler 1/1. . . HILLVIEW-First Innings. K. Cotterul, stp. Patterson, b Walters 48 J. Randall, c Cumming.56 pl. Channon, not out .. »..45 H. Turner, c Russell, b Nolan .... 3 I. Laing, .not out. 1 Sundries.10 Three wickets for.163 IVY LEAVES v GREEN VALLEY. GREEN VALLEY-First Innings. W. Preston, l.b.w., b Virgin.21 N. Jones, b Lloyd.39 A. Stiff, c Cryèr, b' Virgin. 0 T. Hackworthy. b Virgin. 2 E. Lee, b V...

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"DOCTORS MATERIAL-MINDED." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

"DOCTORS MATERIAL.MDVDED." .In a stirring address to tue Adelaide' Sedical Congress on the need for a spirit intellectual adventure in the commun ity. Professor F. Wood Jones said that although medicine offered its practition ers the means of adventuring! in life, the graduate's parchment was too often re garded as a passport to a dull, but cer tain, routine of money getting in the graduate's home town. Often a brass plate on one of the pro fessional rabbit warrens ra a fashionable medical street seemed to be the apex ol his ambition. ..The tendency of universal school edu cation and orthodox university, education, he saldi was to destroy or stultify the spirit ot intellectual adventure. Research workers, should not be cloistered in uni versities; Research should be made a part of .the regular activities of the teacu ing staffs of the universities, otherwise first-class men would not seek office in them and a mass of mediocre and un thinking gradutes would be produced. ¿ READERS-Sup...

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

'Xmas Gifts BAVE YOU SECURED SOME OF OUR WONDERFUL RANCE 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 GIFTS FOR OUR FRIENDS OVERSEAS. JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY and bc with the BEST BEADERS. A. W Y G H THONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL. Albert Clyde's 247 Macquarie Street - - - - - LIVERPÖÜL TO AVOID BEING DISAPPOINTED, place your ORDER for your 'XMAS SUIT NOW ! SEE MY SUIT TO MEASURE at 84/ IT'S A SURE WINNER ! 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 all Parts of the District. R. ANSLOW & C. HOUGHTON . Hous...

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

LAST NIGHT (Friday) at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Session) 'CAFE METROPOLE" and "Student Doctors Can't Take Money." FRIDAY EVENING: Episode 9, "ACE DRUMMOND." «nd "THE WHITE WAY BAND." Reservation can be made at Theatre Booking Office. 'Phone booking will be accepted. 'Phone Liv. (UY4) HG. No extra charge far booking. Car park ing service. Acousticon 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. THIS Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, OCTOBER 30, NOVEMBER 1 & 2 SATURDAY at 1.30 and 7.30; MONDAY and TUESDAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m. WHEN GINGER JANE TAKES A HOLIDAY ... she worbs at making trouble! . . and it takes the town a year lo rest up! Ansel's Holiday ROBERT KENT JOAN DAVIS SALLY BLANE Directed by James Tinting .Atiociat* Producer Jobo Stone i plus M A RET LINDSAY in 'Song of the City' I Also: 'I-SKI LOVE-SKI YOU-SKI' «POPEYE CARTOON),...

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DOUBLE-BARREL CHARGE WANTON, DANGEROUS DRIVING. BOTH CASES DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

DOUBLE-BARREL CHARGE WANTON, DANGEROUS DRIVING. BOTH CASES DISMISSED. At Liverpool. Police Court on Monday last, Ralph Harvey was charged with havingr driven a motor car in a wanton manner near Warw.ck Farm, on August 8. Constable Cloke said he saw defend ant at Liverpool Police Station. Defend ant was under the influence of Intoxi cating liquor and had a wound on his head. Later, witness went to St. Joseph's Hospital, and then returned to Warwick Farm, to the scene of the accident. A Morris Cowley car was there, overturned. Witness and another constable placed the vehicle on its ? wheels and took certain measurements. There was another car turned over, which had travelled 63 feet after hitting the Morris Cowley. Witness said he was told the doctor had said defendant was "under the influence. A woman passenger (Mrs. Hoye) was, badly knocked about. I Clarice Hoye, married, of Petersham, said she was at Enmore with her sister and others, and then decided to go to the Duck Inn at Liver...

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MONKEY'S v MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

MONKEYS v MEN. In the western countries the machine may replace man. but In the east they are resorting to diflerent methods. The cocoanut growers of Kelongan, Malaysia, have for some time past seen complain ing that the natives employed for pick ing them did not work fast enough. They are now tracing- monkeys for this pur pose. The creatures held on a long leash I work so fast that some of them manage j to pick up to 1000 nuts per day. which ls ' equivalent to output cf Ave or six natives. I -"Minor du M'uide"' Part«. ? . .. . 1 i

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OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

OPPORTUNITY. They do me wrong who say I come m more When once I knock and fail to find you in; For every day I stand outside your do">r And bid you wake and rise to fight | and win. i Wail not for precious chances passed I away; i I Ween not for golden ages on the w*n": I Each night I burn the records ni thc day. I At sunrise every Foul ls b":rr as^in Laugh like a boy at splendors that hive sped, To vanished joys be blind and deaf and dumb; ' My judgments seal the dead past with with his dead. But never bind a moment yet to com?. Though deep tn mire, wrlr.g net you hinds and weep; I. lend ni;- arm to eJl v hy sc:- 'I -at1

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WORRY v ACCOMPLISHMENT [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

WORRY v ACCOMPLISHMENT As school boys we fret-because we compelled to go to sohool, or because, perhaps, we cannot go. As beginners in business we worry, b° caus; we are not older-because WJ work too many hours. As full-fledged business men we w~>rrv. I because we are not younger, because th're are not more hour« In which to work. And so lt goes. To worry ls human a part of every man's life. But as we grow, we see that th? wor ries of yesterday crowded out tho-e oí the day before, only to be crowded o'it thernselv°s bv those of to-day. And ws realise thad the worries of t.Se pan have not been real troubles at all; but sup posed ones. So. since "we must fret, let us mik" fretting hepful-productive of new ¡dens and plans. Since we must worn-, let u; not worry ourselves Into Idleness ani hooelfis^n'ss. but Into Initiative and ac complishment . -'System. '

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WHAT "CHEMURGY" IS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

! WHAT "CHEMURGY" IS. A hew branch of chemistry called "chemurgy" has been called into exist ence in the United States in order to ex plore the ways In which agricultural pro ducts can be utilised for chemical pur poses. In Europe, a similar movement is apparent. The Swedish Government, ac cording to "The (Manchester Guardian Commercial," has constituted a commit tee für the industrial utilisation of sur. plus straw, of which 400,000 tons are a va ils ble annually. v A leading chemical combine in Ameri ca has entered into negotiations for the utilisation of the surplus coffee crop In Brazil, a small part of which ts still des. troyed. The coffee, it is claimed, could be used for the production of alcohol and cellulose, and the o'l would offer a val uable byproduct. It is also proposed to extract the alkaloids. Don't worry about your wnrk. Do what you can, let thc rest go. and smile all th; time.-Anonymous. . We Mn eziir- be v»!ue-3 a, wa mike airee;--;: valu ac's--!Emerici.

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WERRIWA CUP FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

WERRIWA CUP FINAL. I A wonderful night ls assured dancers 1 hr the Town Hall, Liverpool, next Satur day, when the Liverpool A.L.P. are hold. lng a grand victory dance. A feature of, the evening is the final of the quick step j competition for the Werriwa Cup. j

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A NEW FIRE-EXTINGUISHER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 28 October 1937

A NEW PIRIE-EXTINGUISHER. Tlie r¡sk of death by fire ih aeroplanes, trahis, and motor cars will be eliminated if a secret liquid discovered by Mr. Ft. J. Davies, a Welsh ex-miner, justifies claims made for it. It is a by-product of coal, and ex tinguishes flames instantaneously. A "Sunday Chronicle" correspondent describes see»ng Davies toss a match into a tin of petrol, then empty a phial into the flames, which were instantly extin guished. Davies has Invented a system by which ihe liquid, at the pull'np of a lever, is carried by pipes to vital parts of engines. It costs a peny a pint.

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