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WELCOME RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

WELCOME RAIN. I The recent rainfall was welcomed by thc farmers and orchardists. "fjet .it pour," they say.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Ban on Motor Horns [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

Ban on Motor Horns In view of the recent suggestion Hint the use of motor horns should be ban ned during certain hours, the N.R.M.A. has ascertained what has been done i.-. this respect in other countries. The pre rent position is as follows : Paris: No hooting between 9 p.nu and 8 a.m. Berlin : Traffic regulation limits gen erally and effectively the loudness of automobile horns. Holland : Practice similar to that in ; Berlin and other German cities, carried out voluntarily under the leadership of the Royal Automobile Club of Holla',id. Rome, Florence, land Naples : Complete forbiding of automobile hoot'ng. Madrid : Similar complete ban, Palestine : Similar complete ban in Jerusalem and Jaffa with police siegan* rosted up cf "Don't use your hom. usc your brains." Vienna : A regulation forbids hooting at night. Hungary : Bon from 10 p.m. to G a m in all Inhabited parts of towns and cities, and at all times cf day and uig'-il in the streets of Budapest. Switzerland : Complete ban in ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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TOWN IS LIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

TOWN IS LIVELY. I Thc town at present is extra lively at | night time owing to the presence of many i soiolers and trainees.

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB. Par handicap, played on Saturday. October 30, resulted in a win for B. Nyman and D. olltlnrn. 7 up; W. Dickie and A. Croll. 7 up; H. Stewart and S. Manning, 7 up; T. Hamer and Jessup. 5 up; J. Stewart and C. Ireland 5 up: D Buggv and R. Williams, 4 up. Next Thursday five of the local Wd= will journey to Sydney to play in th' hole in one day. The boys all seem very confident of landing the goods: but. a the course is very heavilv bunkered, i' is expected that C. Ireland will be favor ite, as he is a bunker evpert. Next Saturday the last m.tvcri four somes of the season will be nlavpd sn-* Tom 's moan'ng because .r°rk QI' in h" f->re him-said he d'd not. even get p chance to ask her. I wonder !

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GYMKHANA SHOWS PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

GYMKHANA SHOWS PROFIT. Tlic gymkhana held last Saturday week by Liverpool A.Ii, and I. Society snowed a profit ot over £30.

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HAPPINESS TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

HAPPINESS TENNIS CLUB. Thc draw for Sunday, November 7, is as follows:-2.30 p.m., Ray Howlett v JarJt Nash; 4 p.m., Mrs. Pascoe 1 Miss C. Pascoe.

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Liverpool Council HEAVIER BUSINESS SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

Liverpool Council HEAVIER. BUSINESS SHEET. AW. de Mcyrick (Mayor), Aid. Nicholls (Leputy Muyor), wau Aid. childs, lug ham, HaersL', Hawworth, Lewis, Green, Pratt and Fabris, were present at Tues day night's meeting of Liverpool Coun cil. Liverpool A.M. and I. Society was granted two months -extension of tune ip affect the repairs to Hie showground called for by the inspector of the Health Department in his report on the condi t.on of the town. Casula Progress Association drew at Icnlicn to the condition of several cross ings, mid the need for lights.-Referred for report. The Minister for Local Government, through Mr. James McGirr, M.L.A., wrote stating that it was considered the construction of Cowpastiire-road was a matter solely for the consideration ot shires and municipalities concerned. Received. The Under Secretary, Local Govern, ment Department, asked council's opin ion regarding enforcement of rules in connection with blasting.-Council con sidered that the regulaliuis should...

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HERE AND THERE FISH IN THE LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

HERE AND THERE* PISH IN THU LAKE, Fish aie oiling well In Clinch's Lake at present, and prawns are plentiful.

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BRIDGE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

BRIDGE EVENING. ' The Liverpool Bridge Club held an j evening on Thursday last at the club ' house of the Liverpool Tennis Club, Bigge Park, Liverpool, and a very en joyable time was had by the bridge en thusiasts who were present. Two hand some prizes were awarded to the lady and gentlemen winners of the evening's play, who proved to be Mrs. Marshall (Chip ping Norton) and Mr. C. Clink. The tables were in charge of the club secre tary, Mr. Gus Wych, jnr., whilst the dainty supper which was served was in the capable hands of Mrs. Harold Ayres, who was assisted by Mrs. R. E. Dunbar. Amongst those present were the fol lowing:-Mesdames T. F. Murray, J. F. Cele, Marshall, H. R. Ayres, R. E. Dun bar, W. Beveridge, and F. Ollis; Misses K. Cole, B. Munro and J. Murray; Messrs. I. F. de Meyrick (Mayor of Liverpool), R. Buchan. C. Clink, R. Giltinan. H. Potts, W. Kerehler, R. Dunbar, G. Wych, E. L. Ayres and H. R. Ayres. It is the club's intention to mest every Thursday night at the Tennis C...

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ABYSSINIA STILL AT WAR [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

I ABYSSINIA STILL AT WAR The Djibouti correspondent of the Paris "Soir" says that 50,000 Abyssinians armed with rifles and machine-guns, have forced the Italians to evacuate territor ies in the south-west of Abyssinia. j He adda that 400 wounded Italians have gone through Djibouti on the way to Italy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

. -i «M>4O*O O Wg|J We make 0 ^^?Mbifc Business é to see that Y your glass- * i et fit you perfectly. 4 x Our Optical Service ? 4 provides you wfth the cor- 9 , 6 rect lenses hr clear vision T 0 and the latest modern X ! 7 mountings that add to A 1 your appearance. . J* Consult- J I.Crawfordüd. ? 23 George St., PARRAMATTA X (Op. Court House). Ph. UW8998 A

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DEMOCRACY v. DICTATORSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

DEMOCRACY v. DICTATORSHIP The Chancellor or the Exchequer (Slr John Simon), expressed confidence that the good sense of British character and Judgement would show themselves e match for any new-fangled form of con stitution elsewhere. "Let them not be misled by these ap pearances of great mechanical solidarity." he said. . "The methods of totalitarian Slates may give an appearance of great solid arity, and no doubt it is very impressive to see millions of people marshalled like one man, but there is weakness in the .very nature of a dictator State from which we are free".

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FLOWER SHOW & FAIR ST. LUKE'S, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

FLOWER SHOW & FAIR ST. LUKE'S, LIVERPOOL. Tile annual flower show and lair, held in connection witn St. Luke's Church, Liverpool, was opened on Friday after- ! noon last, October 2D, by Mrs. D'Arcy liwin, w-te of the late'co-adjutor bishop Sile was introduced by the rector, Kev. R, Harley-Jones, and a most cordial wei. come was extended. > Mrs. D'Arcy Irwin, iii her onening re marks, congratulated/-Üie -orgjfcser.s on the fine display the/ Had prowed, and wished their efforts e-jery sucews. sue made special mention: of thc way ju which trie stalls were 4aid out and de corated, and the very¡, effective manner i in which the flowers were stabed. < Little Leone Hamer pretented Mrs. Irwin with a beautiful bouquet cr¿ behau of the ladies. ^*rj-¿. It was very pleasing,' and a jtfeat sur prise to see the president of 'USfigvomen's guild (Mrs. Harley-Jones) wiUkOBc .stall holders, after her prolonged! Ulfes. There were good entries in tl* flow.-r shew section, and keen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

Ashcroft & Sons, wy.iw. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST ! As'icroft and Sous stock all tliosc meats Sue i as s'and any Purity Test ! Het73 ar . those slock-, good judges say, Cnn oasi'y excel the rest. Really thc Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft slocks. Fresh meats that are tender and Ju'ey Th y mal« from the Ashcrcft blccks. 'Th always this Popular Meat Mart Supplies ycu the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS arc your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Ca,n Really Eat I H J. BIDDLE, M.O.O.A. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN, 10 Railway Parade, Granville, Telephone: UW8639. 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 thc Personality Optical Goods, which are advertised with a Guarantee. IF YOUR WORK SEEMS UNENDING, AND YOU FEEL ...

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. .- I HOURS: Monday to Thursday- j Library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. ' Saturdays: 10 ajn. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Billiards and Card Room: Monday to Friday, 2 to C, 7 to ll; Saturday. 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex change on books, 3d.

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FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

' FISHING NOTES. (By "GREEN WEED.") During the past week, conditions have ?not been too {pod for fishing. The week end was spoilt by the wind, which came up about noon on Saturday; and the rain since then has made things too uncom fortable for any but the most ardent mthusiast. Most of the usual spots were' tried out on Saturday last, with poor re sults generally, though ene nice bag was landed on th» run-out tide on Saturday morning. Tills bag consisted of about 12 blackfish, the best one of which went 14 lbs. Thc balance were all about 1 lb. Another "trier" started at Warwick Farm, thence on to Chipping Norton, Md finally Milperra. The sum total was nothing worth having; Rocky Reach and Mill Creek still prove somewhat disappointing, only small darkies being caught; but some nice flat head have been noticed. Along the weeds at Thome's Clear and Rufh Flat appear tc offer the most pro mise at present; though, with the water in its present condition, good fishing should be available m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

THE HOTEL LIVERPOOL LEADING LOCAL HOTEL, UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, William G. Masters Has recently taken over the above Modern Hotel from Mr. Chas. Fearn, and will be pleased to meet old and new friends. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF SPIRITS AND ALES STOCKED. Telephone : Liverpool III. "GOOD STUFF!" Is an expression often applied to BROWN'S STOMACH POWDER for Wind in the Stomach, Heartburn, Biliousness and Indigestion Brown's is undoubtedly useful. Price 1/6 per Bottle from A. T. MURRAY, M.P.S7 City-Price Chemist - - - - Liverpool. 'PHONE: LIV. 223. We now Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/- spent, and you can redeem them for Valuable Presents. WE^ YOU CAN NOW SAVE further GIVE KTZS^MJ1 cn your HARDWARE, PAINTS, CROCKERY, etc., by BUYING at M. ChrSslmnsen, ^iy.ji<i. Macquarie St.,LIVERPOOL, Tel. Liv. 20. Tel.: Liv. 20. BURT'S 211 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL Sale Ends Saturday TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY QUALITY GOODS at RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES. SEE OUR WINDOWS for BARGAIN...

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CAMPBELLTOWN BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

CAMPBELLTOWN BAZAAR. The Presbyterian bazaar, held at the Town Hall, Campbelltown, last Satur day, was a very great success. The martial spirit was due to Che moe band, wlüeh marched from Campbelltown sta tion to the Town Hall, playing stirring tunes as it went along. Rev. Mr. Wearne, from Liverpool, took the chair: and Mr. J. Westtwy <Mayor of Campbelltown) wfl^me^ the visitors. Mrs. J. Westbury officially opened the baeaar/ The most attractive diTlay was made by tile Camnlrtllnwn ladies, nnd w^v ereally lidded to by the beauties of the flower show.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

TO ADVERTISERS. j "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 j urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. I Observance of the above will ¡be grealty appreciated.

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NO SURPRISE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

NO SURPRISE Light from an explosion that recurred 7.000,000 years ago and 42.000.000.000. 000,000,000 miles away. has j utt been observed by astronomers at Mount Wil son. California. It appeared as a srvck (.he siz? cf a pin-pcint. lt ls a supernova, or explod ing star, and so rar; that only a few have ever been seen. The star was reen in th« Ccn«t»lhtlon of Pera'us. and ls tile result of an ex plosion that created a glare 50D.onp.O"1 > times brighter than the sun.

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