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Cricket Sayings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

] ¡Í:WT7¡-,; --rpm . Cricket Saying« . I (By "WET WICKET,") That Moorehank No. 1 team, after their very easy win against Roselna, are confident of treating tlie rest of the teams in the same way. That George Garald's spinach liad the desired effect, and he finished with seven good wickets to his credit. That Bert Childs must have been hav ing a helping, too, because, in the sec ond innings, he took six for 18, and bowled Mis best this season. That Bill Keato bagged four good catches in tills match, and nearly pulled a "£ixer" down for a "grandstander." I That "Khaki" Grimson had a very quiet time in the field: but he says the batsmen are frightened to hit the ball near him. That Frank Goodwin made some g'Ood saves hi the field, especially that one with his shins. That George Davies surprised tile boys when he turned a ball from tlie leg side; but _wait till he produces tlie wrong-un ! Just walt ! That Curly Mac and Cotty were no ticed talking over past batting perform ances, near th...

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PICNIC TO BURROGORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

I -; I PICNIC TO BURROGORANG. j The great event took place when about 50 friends and members of the club jour, neyed to Burrogorang Valley last Sunday and spent a wonderful day. The trip down was wonderful, except for the col. lapsing of the seats, doing the concertina act. Arriving at the Valley, two .young girls amazed everyone by entering the river and were doing well until Irene was caught in the water lilies, and Bert dashed in and rescued her. Tlie ping pong championship was won after a hectic struggle by Bruce and Ar thur. Hie three intreped exployers ar rived back to the party safely, declar. lng that even Tarzan cculd not penetrate where they went. Community singing kept everyone awake on the way home.

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S. D. Cricket Assn. A GRADE. MOOREBANK 1 v ROSEINA. RESEINA—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

ts.', » S. D. Cricket Assn. A OH ADE, MOOREBANK 1 V ROSEINA. RESEINA-First Innings. J. Hartlej', c Keato, b Garard .... 2 A. Rowe, c Hoy, b Garard. 1 C. Slëïider, c and b Garard.lti S. Martin, c Davies, b Garard .... 0 J. Douglas, l.b.w., b Garard. 2 S, Mildwater, c Keato, b Garard .... 4 A. Rentuol, not out.21 F. Gardner, c Childs, b Garard .... 3 H. Bowtell, c Keato. b Davies .. ..15 W. Hartley, b Davies. 0 Sundries. 8 N.ne wickets for.'2 Bowling: G. Garard 7/21, G. Davies 2/29, B. Child 0/14. ROSEDMA-Second Innings. J. Hartley, b Childs. 7 A. Rowe, c Keato, b Childs. 8 C. Slender, c McVicker, b Childs .. 0 J. Douglas, b Childs. 0 S. Mildwater, c Hoy, b Davies .... 0 A. Rentuol, b Childs. 9 F Gardiner, b Davies ... 3 H. Bowtell, c Garard. b Childs .. .. 14 | W. Hartley, viot out. 0 S. Martin, absent. 0 ôundries. 4 Eight wickets for.45 Bowling: W. Keato 0/12, B. Childs 6/17. G. Davies 2 '12. Won by Moorebank-four points. COOK PARK v MOOREBANK II. MOOREBANK IX-First Innings. R. McVi...

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B GRADE. WOOLLEN MILLS V INGLEBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

B GRABE. WOOLLEN MILLS V INGLEBURN. WOOLLEN MILLS, first innings .. .. 80 Second Innings. K. Wright, Ijb.w., b Allen. 6 E. Cronin, b Allen. S A. Gillan, run out.18 A. Bosley, b K. Morgan.10 J. Dowse, b Allen. 1 T. Heckenberg, b K. Morgan .. .. 2 A. Williams, b K. Morgan. 9 J Bradshaw, c and b K. Morgan .... 2 À. Keato. c Allen, b Daley. 5 G. Yates, not out. 0 J. Jones, c Watts, b Daley. 0 Sundries. 1 Total.61 Bowling: R. Watts 0/16. B. Allen 3/25. K. Morgan 4/9, D. Deighton 0/5, H. Daley 2/5. INGLEBURN. First innings.144 Won by Ingleburn-four points. TOWNVIEW v CARRAMAR. CARRAMAR, first innings. 30 Second Innings. G. Faith, c S- Selby, b McIntosh .. 30 W. Geldart, c Preston, b McIntosh .. 22 H. Marsh, b McIntosh. 27 E. Omeley, c Joe Dunn, b McIntosh 17 J. Bellinger, b Ron Hindmarsh .... 5 H. Burke, l.b.w., b McIntosh. 16 J. Tilomas, b Selby. 31 S. Philips, not out. 39 Sundries. 6 Seven wickets for.193 Innings closed. Bowling: S. Selby 1/63, B. Hindmarsh 0/24, Joe Dunn 0/18, Jack Dun...

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C GRADE. HILLVIEW v FAIRFIELD COLTS. HILLVIEW—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

C GRADE. HILLVIEW v FAIRFIELD COLTS. HILLVIEW-First Innings. K. Cotterill, stp. Patterson, b Walters 48 J. Bendall, c Cumming*.SS P. Channon, c Bowyer, to Walters .. 94 H. Turner, c Russell, b Nolan. 3 ; F. Bird, b Walters. 0 L. Smythe, run out.19 I F. Wheeler, c tassells, b Nolan .... 6 i; Laing, stp. Patterson, b Walters .. 12 I G. Bird, not out. 2 Sundries.22 Eight wickets tor.261 Innings closed. Bowling: H. Cumming 1/29, C. Nolan 2/68, W. Lessens 0/52, J. Walters 4/60, J. Russell 0/26. FAIRFIELD COLTS-Second Innings. C. Nolan, b F. Bird. 33 J. Patterson, l b w., b Rendait. 0 J. Russell, b Laing. 4 N. Gale, b Laing. P H. Ragan, run out. 1 W. Lessells, b F. Bird. 0 J. Bowyer, c F. Bird, b Smythe .. :. 2' L. Gateman. b G. Bird. 8 J. Walters, not out. 17 J. Ferguson, c Cotterill, to F. Bird .. 3 H. Cumming, absent. 0 Sundries. t Nine wickets for. 95 Bowling: F. Bird 3/19, L Lainrr 2/9 J. Rendall 7/18, F Channon 0/8. F. Wheeler 0/12, G. Bird 1/5, F. Grundy 0/11. H. Turner 0/3. L. Smy...

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

«llllllllllllfflllllllllllllL| with I TIMBER i in If you specify that the Timber be supplied by ut, you will be sure of the best, and will show real savings. We supply Timber in any quantity for every purpose. ALEX CRIMSON, Prop. LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS Ccorg* St., LIVERPOOL. 'Phm* Uv. 234. P.O. Bos No. S. siiniiiumisinMniHii^tiiiuiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiijisuiiiitiiifii^iiiinntiiiis WE ^ DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! GIVE \& Y 'GROUP TOKENS! Make sure your Boot Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, f 81 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL MEMBER OF N.S.W. MASTER. BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. ARTHUR YOUNG, Macquarie Street - - - - LIVERPOOL For ' FRUIT, VEGETABLES, CAKES, JAMS, CONFECTIONERY, etc., at Lowest Prices. MEALS AT A LL HOURS. Hot Grills ... 1/3 3-Course Meal . . 1/9 Soup.3d bowl COOL DRINKS, 4d Large Bottle. CHOICE CAKES: Fruit, Plain, Rainbow and Chocolate, at 7^d per lb. Best Roasted Peanuts - - - 1 /- per lb. Mosquito Sticks, large - - - - I £d eac...

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GREEN VALLEY VIGORO DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

GREEN VALLEY VIGORO DANCE. I The girls' vigoro club held a dance and euchre party at the local hall on October 30. Moon Moths' orchestra sup plied the music, and Mr. H. Wales was an efficient M.C. The affair was well 1 patronised. The euchre was decided in favor of Mrs. Siddall and Mrs. Watson, who divided first and second. Mr. Lar. son also divided first and second. Mr. Welch won the butterfly dance, Mr. K. Weir the raffle, Mr. D. Gibbs and Mrs. Siddall the Monte Carlo, and Mrs. Mc-" Anally the lucky door. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The monthly meetlngt of the Oreen Valley Progress Association was held at the hall on the 2nd inst. The president, Mr. Stiff, tendered his resignation and was succeeded by Mr. Siddall. It was agreed that the association give a Christmas tree to the school children, and a general meeting will be held to arrange for this on Tuesday, 9th, at the hall.

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GLORY OF THE OAK [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

GLORY OF THE OAK Acorns collected from English estates closely linked with history have been sevil to America to be planted. The United States Department of Agriculture had long envied the British people the majest ic proportions of England's oak trees, BJ» asked that the people of America might' «hare their glory.

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GIANT MUSHROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

GIANT MUSHROOM. One of the largest mushrooms seen at Liverpool was found by Mr. Stockton on Monday. It measured 21 inches in cir. cumference, and fed a family of eight.

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COURSING DOG DIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

COURSING DOG DIES. I Mr. Jack Newton, of Rose-street, Liv erpool, lost a valuable coursing dog last week. It was valued at £50. The dog | died of distemper. j

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HOME NURSING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

HOME NURSING CLASSES. ! There was a good roll-up of memDers. I at tlic home nursing division for both sexes, which was commenced at Liver-¡ pool Ambulance Station last Monday night. Matron McIntosh was the lec turer.

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PECULIAR INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

I PECULIAR INCIDENT. * While Charlie Seaton, of Moorebank, was tiling a roof at Parramatta recently, ! a tile slipped from his hand and fell on j tile head of a passer by, knocking me j man out. Knock-outs are Charlie's j streng point.

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CHRISTMAS ATMOSPHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

CHRISTMAS ATMOSPHERE. I The approach of the Christmas season is noticeable in the windows of the local business places. There is no neéd nowa days to go to the city to shop. Liverpool has all genuine needs in the way of clothing, drapery, boots, groceries, toys, etc. The town is certainly improving.

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OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR. Charged with having behaved offens ively ia Mooreitreet, Liverpool, on Octo. bsr 30, James stewart Walton appeared at Liverpool Police Court on Monday. He was fined 20/.

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

"THE NEWS" (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 17 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (NEWS mod ADVTS.)

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. "Everlasting Punishment" was the sub ject In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Thc Golden text was: "Blessed is the man whom thou chastenest, O Lord, and teachest him out of thy law." Psalm 94, 12. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon, was the follow-, lng: "Repent, and tum yourselves from an your transgressions; so inquity shall not be your ruin;" Ezekiel 18, 30. The followling passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, were also Included: "It is a sense of sin, and not a sinful j soul, which is lost. Evil is destroyed by the sense of good. In trying to undo the errors of sense one must pay fully and {airly the utmost farthing, until all error is Anally brought into subjection to Truth. "Pps, 311, 240. READERS-Support the Advertisers »ho are assisting to give you a newsy district poper -"The News." I

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VICTORY DANCE LIVERPOOL LABOR SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

VICTORY DANCE LIVERPOOL LABOR SUCCESS. A scene which had not been witness ed at Liverpool for a long time was the overflowing! number of people who at tended the victory dance held in Hie Town Hall on Saturday night. Nearly 400 were present at the successful func tion, which was organised by the A.L.P. I social campaign director for Werriwa electorate (Mr. J. J. O'Neill), to cele brate the success of Mr. H. A. Lazzarini, M.H.R., in the Federal elections. Mr. W. Morris is the president of Liv erpool branch. Mr. Lazzarini, who was accompanied by Mrs. Lazzarini, presented the winners of the final of the fox trot competition for the Werriwa Cups with two beautiful cups, and congratulated them on their fine exhibition. The recipients were Miss McLeod and Mr. Buggy. Other finalists who competed were Mifs Langworthy and Mr. Risher. Miss Whittaker and Mr. Gallagher. Miss B. and Mr. Woodward, and Mr. and Mrs. Piggott. The capable judges were Miss Cronin and Mr. Berry, of Newtown, who after w...

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MINTO NEWS PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

MINTO NEWS PERSONAL. Mrs. Hawes, of Mlnto-road,, Minto, is recovering from her sudden illness ot last Sunday, and is expected to te up at tile end of the week. NEW . COTTAGES. Residents of Minta have been inter ested to see tile erection of two new and attractive cottages vicar the station. It ls authoritively rumored tliat there are about five more houses to be erected shortly. WEDDING. A very pretty wMfling was celebrated In the Church cf England at Campbell town by Rev. Rofe last Saturday, at 5 p.m. The bride. Miss Jessie May Wotton youngest daughter of Mrs. Wotton and the late Mr. Wotton, of Campbelltown, wore a frock cf white satin with a cut tulle veil, and carried a bouquet of gladi oli and white carnations. . The bridegroom was Mr. Osmond Hec ' tor Watson, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Watson, of Minto-road. Minto.

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PASTORAL LETTER THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING, To the Clergy. Religious and Faithful, of the Archdiocese of Sydney. (Published by Request.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

PASTORAL LÈtTER TUB FEAST OF CHRIST THE KINO, To the Clergy. Relifloii* and Faithful, of the Archdiocese of Sydney. <Ey MICHAEL, ARCHBISHOP OP ! SYDNEY.) ^Published by Request.) Beloved Brethren,-Let us lift up our heans throuyn Fa.th, Hope and Charity to Our Divine Redeemer seated at the light hand of God in Heavenly glory. His Five Wounds of Crucifixion mark Him as the Lamb cf God, Wno lias taken away the sins of mankind, while as the Second Person of the Adorable Trinity He will be our Judge, both after death i and at the end of time, and pronounce j the sentence of our eternal doom, Hea venly happiness or endless woe. What should we as rational creatures do ? Let us offer our hearts in love and loyally to Our Saviour King. In keeping His Commandments together with those ot F.is Church on earth we will watch and pray, we will resist evil passions and cut eft all voluntary occasions of sin. Thus Christ will reign in our hearts by our obedience to the Commandments of God...

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POPPIES ON ARMISTICE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937

POPPIES ON ARMISTICE DAV. On tue 11th day ol' tne ll th month r'oppy is.ty in)« he>d Ldoug».uUi wen ju.ui iv-LS. ILS v-oc. vance vúi rtrnus -,i.e i^ay leds u, UH atleta s.^iiUic>.iice. .i» »v ¿.aita nie HUI nuur, .eiuemoer -Hg, we may nnu a n.w couiugu ano ^.eiigu.1 to cai iy us foi ward in uur quest .ur ].L.a^e. in iN.o.W. Poppy Day helps the local rtei urned ooiuitr vji^i»..isatiuiis avid Me -VJO. alld *J.L±I.A., Ij.iiiDleoû ùOiUlL'ls' tis .vciat.ou ana tue I .B. Sailors and Sold .eis' Association, 1-upi.y L»ay enables .nese organisât jins to i diction and pro i'iue a s..en.er fjr u.e weak, compan.on ihip tor tne lui.ely ana a heia of ser ,'.ce tor the strong, 'lo Honour Lie Dead and Serve the Liv Jig -wear a Poppy - | - I

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