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SUBURBAN PARADE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
i SUBURBAN PARADF j One of the great American spectacles .s tue morn/rig and evening parade of wives driving U.eir husbands to and from work, so they can have the car all day not to mcnticn avoiding the cost anc trouble of parking. Women with coate over pyjamas or dressing gowns; women "who got up early and cooked breakfast and beautified themselves carly so hus band could remember them all day as lovely; and women who got up when thc garage dcor rattled open _ Maybe the symbol of American civilisation would be woman in a boudo.r cap at the steering wheel.... A SUNBEAM uasres through pollution unpolluted-Eusebius.
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
TENNIS 1 SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. MATCHES FOR SATURDAY, The following matches have been set down for Saturday, November 6: Liverpool (S. Brumby in charge).-2 p.m., B. Croker v G. Wych (A reserve final); 4 p.m., Brumby and Mrs. Thomp son (rec. 15) v Wych and Miss Kitcher (owe IS). Happiness (C. Heeger). - 2 p.m., C. ? Heeger (owe 40) v W. Cook «rec. 16/2) (handicap Anal); 4 p.m., Cook and Miss Ives (rec. IS) v Cole and Miss Rae (owe ! 15/3). ) Rhine Erin.-2 p.m., Mrs. Dunbar and I Miss Thompson (rec. 15/2) v Miss Rae 1 and Mrs. Beveridge (owe 15/2). MATCHES FOR SUNDAY. I The following matches will be played on Sunday, November 7: ' Liverpool (R. Dunbar).-10 a.m., Mrs. Dunbar (rec. 15/3) v Miss Thomas (rec. 15) (final); ll a.m., Beveridge and Dun bar (owe 30/3) v Collins avid Haines (owe /3) (final); 12 a.m., Misses Robin son and Banks (owe 40) v wilmer of Rhine Erin match, Saturday (final). LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. Following are the results of matches played last Saturday: Coo...
Cricketers' Social [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
Cricketers' Social A very happy evening was spent Hst j Wednesday, when members of the Moorebank Cricket Club and their friends gathered in thc Schcol of Afts Hall to he/..or the recent marriage qf j their club fecretary, Mr. Shirley Mc Vickcr. The vice-president of the club (Mr. W. Keaio, snr.I. winn presenting Mr. and Mrs. McVieker with a beautiful tea set. spoke of thc good work ths secre tary had done fer (ho club, to which Mr. McVieker feelingly responded. Community singing, conducted by W. Keato, jiu-., willi R. .Cruickshaiiks at the ' piano, was enjoyed by all. while items by Mr. L. Randal], jnr.. W. Smith and F. Channon were gr-atlv appreciated. Supper was served in the usual Moore bank style, and everybody present is looking forward to the next social.
PUBLICITY GETS A BOOST [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
PUBLICITY GETS A BOOST I An instance of the value of newspaper publicity was given by Mr. A. H. Addison, Master of the Pine Art Trade Guild, and a director of Frost and Reed, Ltd., art publishers, of Bristol, at a trade luncheon held at the Victoria Hotel, Manchester, Ev.gland, the other day. About 1933. said Mr. Addison, the art publishing business was virtually at its lowest ebb. At that time people were putting up no pictures but preferred walls decoratec" either by the wallpaper itself or by group, of "pretty flowers," supplied by the dec orators The 'fashion, he believed, htd come from the United States where a decorators were anxious to sell damask or silk for wall coverings. To meet this situation, his own firm had begun advertising" in the public press and wlthài a year sales of one guinea'and two guinea prints had doubled. In suc ceeding years there had been an annual Increase of 33 1-3 per cent. A larger scheme of .advertising was about te be launched. j>nd he recommend...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 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.IO 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. RECONDITIONED and USED MOTOR CYCLES MOTOR CYCLES OF ALL MAKES TO CHOOSE FROM AT THE SAME PRICEYOU WILL PAY IN THE CITY! We are DISTRICT AGENTS for the following MOTOR CYCLES RUDGE NORTON VELOCETTE PANTHER TRIUMPH NEW IMPERIAL A. J. S. INDIAN WARATAH K.L. G. ...
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENCE. &nbsp; At Lithgow Licensing' Court last week, the application of William Joseph Cole for the transfer of the licence of the Imperial Hotel, Portland, to himself was opposed by the police. Sergeant C. Wib lin said that the opposition was because of the applicant's persistent after-hours trading. He would withdraw the objec tion if Cole undertook not to carry on a similar trade. Cole said that a Mrs. Kerr and a Mr. Kershaw had had an interest in his business at Liverpool, but neither would be connected with the present venture. It was because of their activities that he ceased association with them. Mr. N. L. Sheridan, P.M., grant ed the application.
SPLASH IN THE NIGHT. Police Drag George's River. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
SPLASH TN THE NTfïHT. Police Draff George's River. A report was made to Liverpool police that on Monday -night a splash har! b"en heard in George's River, below (he tr.wn. On Tuesday Constables Weir ena" IM)'!' dragged the river, suspecting (hat stoHi rroperty hid 4ieen dumped there; bu: the found nothing. Father: You sav you want 1o mam my daughter. Well, have yon «e-eii her mother ? Suttor .falU-rintly) : Whv. ve"-: hut dnughters don't always grow up to look like their mothers.
LANGUAGE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
! LANGUAGE CASES. , Before Mr. Bliss, P.M., at Liverpool , Prlire Court on Monday last, Patrick Griffin was charged with drunkenness and indecent language at Liverpool, and wa* fined 5/ and £2, resoectively. ??»tcphcii Kelly was fined 5/ for drunk, rnncrs, and £1 for indecent language used in College-street. Liverpool, on October 31. Cyril Bax. who pleaded not guilty was fined 20' for haring1 used ind»cent languatre on October 30 in Scott-street near Liverpool rallwav station, j GivinT evident, defendant denied hav I ing used the language. He said he liai had a few drinks. Professor: I would Uk» to know wh"1 you will C-ase sharpening your Dwells on mv razor. Wife: When yru ston cor rwttn&lt;r your examination papers with mv lipstick. _
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
2^ié**M-!W$iiy jaUíi'QO Friday nóxt for Lord Howe Wand, then .to Melbourn* ana JlTaamanla; pn a^touauiws trip. . Mr. W. G. Masters, the aew proprietor of the Hotel Liverpool, hails from Camp sie, wbeie he conducted a pharmacy business. : He ig keenly interested lu matters for the. advancement of the town and district, * » * Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nichols during the week-end journeyed to Dubbo on a Visit to their son Bob. * ?. * Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Ashcroft and Miss Ashcroft returned home on Tuesday after their trip to Europe. * ? . * Master Williams, of HammondvlUe was unfortunate to fall and break hi¿ i left arm last week. » * . Mr. Harold Hamer has gone to Narro mine for the harvesting- season. Mr. udgar Reece will shortly join Harold in the wheat fields. .* * . Mr. J. Berd, of Secant-street, Liver pool, is Ul in Liverpool Hospital. * * . Marcia Fitzgerald (4), of Glenfield, was admitted last week to the Children's Hospital, Camperdown. * * * Mr. W. Huband, fettler, stationed at Liverpo...
FASHION HINTS. FROM SCREEN PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
FASHION HINTS. j FROM SCREEN PERSONALITIES. As picturesque and quakit as an old. fashioned print is Hie tight-walsted, full skirted garden coat recently added to ilie wardrobe of Joan Crawford, M-G-M star. Fashioned from glazed chintz in Delf blue, the coat is printed In simple, dotted pattern. It has a square neck, trimmed in organdie ruch'ng, avid the same or gandie borders the short, puced sleeves. There is a sun bennet to match, but Miss Crawford prefers to hang hers over her arm rather than protect her already glor ious sun-tan from the rays that will make lt even darker. Gold fingernail!) are the latest things for formal wear, according to Virgin.a Bruce, M-G-M actress. With a moulded formal of black ciepe, trimmed with gold ornaments at the shoulders and waist, Miss Bruce wears her fingernails gilded in a matching tone of gold. With light, coloured satin she prefers fingernails of of silver colour. For a novel touch on that new golf outfit, take a tip from Madge Evans, M-G-M ...
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
THEY SAY ¡ (By "ACE.") That, as tipped some time ago, "Spud" woii the C grade singles championship on Saturday, last, and will now have two cups on. his .sideboard to keep clean. Good work, "Spud," and may you do as well in.-big cricket. That Gus reckons that, after all. Pair, field i£ a better town than IngBeburn, and in consequence he is visiting Pair field regularly now to view the scenery, with an occasional trip to Parramatta, to test the comfort of the Roxy seats. "Sez you 1" says Gus. That Max joined the ranks of title holders when he won the mixed doubles championship last Saturday in fine style, and he is now looking forward to the presentation of trophies in the Town Hall on the 20th. Congratulations, Max. That Ray gave a tip-top exhibition of his old game of singles when he defeat, ed Ron on Sunday last, and he now must be given an even money chance of lift, ingi the title, as he has now reached the final and has only one more hurdle to take. Atta boy-! That Tom is making...
Municipal Elections RECORD NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WEEKLY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
Municipal! Elections I RECORD NUMBER OP OANDLDATB» WKBLJY. , Interest in the municipal election 'at I Liverpool on December 4 ls particularly &een, and it ls likely there will be a re cord number of candidates. Tne Pro gressive Party ls running a full ticket ! of 12, the Ratepayers' Association a full ticket, the Mayer has a team of 12, and there are over a dozen independents on thc cards. Nomination day is advertised In this issue. Tuc names of most of the Progressive team have already been published in tnls paper. Those for the Ratepayers' Asso I elation are Messrs. Marcey, Goodwin, Rawlings, Shields, Gruchy, Shepherd, Rowbottom, Ireland, Sgt. McDonald (remount depot). Theo Wilson, and two others whose names have not been re ceived. Until nominations close, how ever, it is not possible to definitely give the full list of candidates. We have heard mentioned the names of Messrs. Haeger, H. Chapman, Hocking, P. Pritchard, and Blundell. i
EGG BOARD PRODUCERS' CANDIDATES ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
EGG BOARD PRODUCERS' CANProATES ELECTED. After a keenly contested campaign for the election of three producer repre sentatives on the Egg Marketing Board, the two sitting members, one of whom I (Mr. A. G. Crooke) has been chairman: and general manager, have been defeat- " ed. The three new members, Messrs. P. Owen French, W. H. Bruce, and B. C. Blake, who were nominated by the poul, try Farmers' Association, .are newcom ers to board control. For the first time in the history, of the board the district under its control, com. prising! the counties of Cumberland and Northumberland, and the shires of Nat tai and Wollondilly, was divided into three zones-No. 1 (northern),.; No. 2 (central), and No. 3 (southern). The poll, which was held by post, closed at 5 o'clock on Friday, and the votes were counted on Saturday. The result was: No. 1 zone: F. Owen French was elect ed on the first count. The voting was as follows: À. G. Crooks, 314; P. O. French, 425; H. R. Nelson, .80. ¡No. 2 zone: W...
WRONG PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
WRONG PLACE The visitor calleó at the village library. "May I have "The Letters of CharleE Lamb'?" he enquired. "You're In tbr; wrong bullung, Mr. Lamb," said the new clerk, pleasantly. "The post office ls Just across the street.'' Priam Governor: And really''why are you here ? Convict: Because I can't get