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FINED FOR ASSAULT ARGUMENT OVER DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
FINED FOR ASSAULT ARGUMENT OVER DOG. At liverpool fonce uouri on Monday. John Sidney Burchett proceeded against j ] Jud Sullivan for alleged assault, on Sep. (ember ll. . Mr. Teakle for complainainl; Mr. Gil Inn Murphy for the. defence. IBurchett, wno ¡ives at West Hoxton said he sold a draught horse, and Sui hvan eventually purchased it. He tok : Sullivan that ¡f ne worked the horst while in its then condition he would sum mons him. On September ll complainant anc his brother want in a tip.dray toward. Sullivan's house. Sullivan came out ol his gate with a long-handled hoe, - anc said, "I'll kill you, you dog murdering ! "He made a swipe with the hoe. anc i the blade stuck into the tailboard on ! which I was sitting," said complainant "The blade would have hit me had I not jumped forward. I picked up the tail, board to defend myself. I did not pro voke the assault." To Mr. Murphy: I did not take these proceedings to forestall sullivan in tak . ing action against me for killing a do...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
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SKITTLED BABY AUSTIN LORRY DRIVER AT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
SKITTLED BABY AUSTIN !¿ORRY »RIVER AT COURT. I A tase against Leonard A M:¿¿on, ol having, at Liverpool, on October 16, I driven a motor lorry while under the in. fluence ot inloxical.ng liquor, was heard by Mr. Bliss, P.M., at Liverpool Police Court on Monday. Defendant was also chm god with failure to stop after an acciuuiit. Mr. W. E. Miller appeared for defend. am. Kevin Wright, 12 years of age, oí Taree, said he was holidaying with his I cousin. Douglas Wright, at Hillview, and on October 16 he was driving, at about 7 p.m., with Wright. They stopped near I Bruin's barber's shop in Macquarie-st., I and Douglas went inside. Witness stayed I in Uie car, a small Austin. A lorry came I from behind and crashed into tho» car, I knucking the car against the verandah i post and tipping tile car over. "I found myself sitting) on the glasr window," said Kevin. "I got out when tue car was lifted up and found a scratch on my knee." To Mr. Miller: It had been raining that night. The car was ...
WHO WERE THEY? Two Diggers who fell at Pozieres. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
WHO WERE THEY ? Two Diggers who fell at Pozieres. ' The Defence Department announces that emulncs have been instiuted by the Imperial War Graves Commission with a view to ascertaining, if possible, the identity of two Australian soldiers whose bodies hate been exhumed from a spot approximately 500 yards north-east of the village of Pozieres (Somme), Franc». In one case a 9 ct gold ring, engraved "T R. to A R." WRS found in tire deceas ed's pocket, whilst the remains of the other were wranocd rn a waterproof sheet, uoon wh!ch the following particulars can be traced--"4540, A.F.nn, D. Comnany, 1G Platoon." Anv rerson who may be able to rsslst in the identification of thc?« two soldiers is asker) to communicate with the OfTI cer.in-eharge. Base Rero'ds Office. De partment of Defence, Melbourne, S.C.I.
Liverpool Tennis Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
Liverpool Tennis Club The ladles' doubles tournament played last week again provided a close finish, for, cn the opening of the handicaps, it was found that only one point separat ed the first and second pair. Miss J. Brewer and Mrs. G. Thompson berng first, with a score of 30 games, from the on 15 mark, whilst second place was fill ed by Mrs. A. Topen and Mrs. E. Hilton, with a score of 29 games, from the on 7 mark. Mrs. H. Ayres and Mrs. J. Shor. tis had the best performance off the tick, with 25 games, from the scratch mark. Table tennis enthusiasts are advised that on next Tuesday 'night. November 16, at 8 p.m., an exhibition singles match will be played by Mr. Keith Baker and another Sydney champion, on the newly Installed club table, and a cordial invl. tatton is issued to all persons interested in the Mme, club members or otherwise, to attend. The Bridge Club held a very success ful evening on Thursday night last, a report of which appears elsewhere in this issue. Following a...
NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL, There were present at the last monthly meeting of the above, Councillors W. c. Hewitt (President), Blalkie, Scott Ed mondson, Barker and Watson. Nomination day for the triennial elec tions was Axed for November 12, and nominations close at 6 p.m. on Wednes day, November 10. lt was decided that the polling places be:-^ A Riding: Council Chambers,. Regent ville, Mulgoa. Wallacia and Luddenham school. B Riding: Council Chambers, Ludden ham, Badgerys Creek, Austral, Hoxton Park, Oreen Valley and Raby schools; Rossmore Parish Hall, Austral Hall, West Hoxton, Preston's Hall. C Riding!; Council Chambers, Cobbitty Narellan and Raby School, Rossmore Par. ish Hail. The fees of electoral officers will be: Returning Officers £5/5/-; substitute rc. turning officer £2/2/-; presiding officer? £1/12/-; poll clerks £1/2/-. The Trial Balance Book is available for inspection. Department of Lands advised that J Fowler's application to close and pur. chase road in parish of Bringel...
THE TURF MOORFIELD—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
*, "VT,^ .itu ?."rA'"W«' * J . MÖ0RERIE0»--SÄTIJB»AV. Back to Hie suburbs alter- the Wel bourne cup, ana it looks like a fairly leng.ny pivgramme. A tau- neld ls rep ieu.na,-d m tne Juvenilé «cakes. Aeolus is the only one with a penalty to carry, but mai will not stop lum" from winning again. He won wen from a bad alley last Saturday at .Canterbury and is so speedy that the opposition will have something to catch if he is a starter. The extra distance will be no trouble. Banter faa second to Aeolus and might have been closer but for a little hard luck. Is a speedy one that will be suit ed by the Kogarah track. Inquiry was third, and more than a' few will be asking after the Monash River filly. The racing experience will [ improve her. i Starbine disappointed in the same race and an improvement in his form is due. Others with a fair amount of toe in I elude Paul Muni, Royal prince and Mäh mal. PLYING WELTER HANDICAP, 6f. Bulldozer again has a great load to carry, hut showed he can ha...
CHILD'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
CHILD'S DEATH. Deepest sympathy is being extended to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ezzy, of 114 North umberland-street, Liverpool, on the loss of their five-year-old daughter, Lilian Mavis. The ; death occurred last Sun day, the little girl succumbing to an at tack of diphtheria. The funeral took place on Tuesday tor the Church Of England cemetery. Camp belltown, Rev. J. S. Rolf officiating at the graveside. I _ I
WHITE WAY BAND AT CRESCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
WHITE WAY BAND AT CRESCENT. A musical treat greatly appreciated was provided by thc White Way Band of string) instruments, which delighted large audiences at the Crescent Theatre i last week. The band is composed prin cipally of young girts, and their per rerformances stamped them as real art ists. Thc ManBger, Mr. James, is to be congratulated on the success of his en terprise. . Nothing great was ever achieved with 5ut~enth-jslasm.-Emerson.
INGLEBURN CHURCH OF ENGLAND BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
INGLEBURN j CHURCH OF ENGLAND BAZAAR. I The School of Arts presented a pretty picture on Friday and Saturday evenings with its gaily decorated stalls for the Church of England bazaar, organised by1 the Ladies' Aid. The fair was opened by Mrs. Welshman, who has been president of the Ladies' Aid for the pajst ten years, during which period, enough money was raised to finish paying for the church. Now the ladies are doing their best to raise sufficient funds to pay oh the church hall, and they are to be con gratulated on the great amount [that they made at the bazaar. Following are the stallholders and helpers:-The kitchen stall, tastefully decorated with wisteria, in charge of ' Mrs. Welshman and Mrs. Daley, assisted by Misses Betty Bethke, Peggy and Patty ' Firth, takings £5/5/4; members of Com edy Club and the darts, Mrs. Olivers, added £1/16/3; ice cream and drinks, a stall gay with Iceland popples, £10/2/6, in charge of Misses Shaw, Mrs. Bain-1 bridge and Miss Astor; novelty stall...
"MOVIE PEEP," BIG SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
" MOVIE PEEP," BIG SUCCESS. To ell readers who were disappointed in -not being able to purchase their first copy of "Movie Peep," the new weekly movie review, now being 60ld at Merry lands, Guildford and Fairfield theatres, the management offer their regrets and* the sincere hope that they will make up for it in future copies. So unprecedented was the demand for copies that they were completely sold out at all theatres. The policy of^giving the very best for the very cheapest has bsen rewarded. This week those responsible for the pu. lication of "Movie Peep" have striven to make the magazine just a little bit bet ter than the first. Eah page is control led by experts, and every bit of in formation contained within ls authentic. As the "Movie-"Peep" gets into its stride, its features .will become even more ap pealing-its progress, tn short, will be measured by the support it receives from its readers. Buy your copy this Satur day, and make sure of it.
OBITUARY. MR. ADAM SCHWEIKERT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 4 November 1937
OBITUARY. MR. ADAM SCHWEIKERT. One oí the early pioneers of Liverpool Mr. Adam Schweikert (82), passed away suddenly on Tuesday morning last. He &nbsp; is survived by a widow, four sons (Joe &nbsp; Frank, Phil, and Vincent), and two daughters (Mr. J. Randell, of Liverpool, and Mrs. Loader, of Casula). For about 30 years Mr. Schweikert lived at Warwick Farm, on the site of the present &nbsp; garage, and later moved into Liverpool. He was employed for many years at Dreis' vineyard, Fairfield. The interment took place on Wednesday in the Catholic cemetery, Liverpool &nbsp;
THE AUSTRIAN CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 11 November 1937
THE AUSTRIAN CHILD. Important observations on Austria's political and economic outlook were made by Dr. Paul Dengler. director of the Austro-Amercian institute of Education tn Vienna, in au address on the Austrian child. "Politically speaking, everything in Austria is quiet on the surface." he 6aid. "but the bitterness and hatred in the minds of the people are poisoning the minds of the youngsters. "You in Australia should thank Goa, for being completey surrounded by wat-] cr and not by enemies." said Dr. Dengler. i
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 11 November 1937
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. "Adam and Fallen Man." was the sub ject In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text was: "It ls the spirit that puick'neth: the flesh pvofitcth no thing." John 6, 63. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "As many as are lcd by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God." Ro. man 8. 14. The following passage from the Christ ian Science textbook. "Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "In Science man is the offspring of Spirit. His origin ls not, like that of mortals, in brute Instinct, nor docs he pass through material conditions prior to reaching intelligence. Spirit is his pri mitive and ultimate source of being; God ls his Father, and Life ls the law ot his being.' P. 63. READERS-Support the Advertisers *ho «rc assisting to give you a newsy
Liverpool 'News' Agents [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 11 November 1937
Liverpool 'News' Agents I Copies of the Liverpool "News" can be obtained from the following district agents: Liverpool: A. Wych. Moorebank: P. Wych. Hillview: I. Laing. Hoxton Park: W. H. McEachern. West Hoxton; T. G. Scott. Prestons: Mrs. May. The Crossroads: Mrs. Prior. Leppington and Raby: Mtv Barrett. ..Rossmore: Mrs. Askew. Bringelly: Mr. Montgomery. Austral: Mr. Starr. , Minto: Mr. J. Williams. Glenfield: Mr. G. Downes. I ingleburn: W. and T. Collins. | Cabramatta Newsagency.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 11 November 1937
LAST NIGHT (Friday) at 6.30 and 8 p.m. (Full Entertainment at Each Se$sion) "AS GOOD AS MARRIED" and "NIGHT OF MYSTERY." FRIDAY EVENING: Episode ll. "ACE DRUMMON D." Reservation can be made at Theatre Booking Office. 'Plione booking will be accepted. 'Phone Liv. (LY4i lili. No extra charge for booking. Car park ing service. * Aco'jsl iron Service lor Deaf Persons Theatre Now Op crates as fellows: MONDAY to FRI DAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m.: SAT. it HOLIDAYS, I 30 & 7.30 p.m. MATINEES all Holidays at 1.30. This Saturday, Monday,Tuesday, NOVEMBER 13,15,16 SATl'RDAY at 1.30 and 7.30: MONDAY and TUESDAY at 6.30 and 8 p.m. METRQ-COLDWYN MAYER P K£S E N T S /füUtl CRAWFORD FRANCHOT TONE OWEN-1WBARWE : ^*®fl plus JACK HULBERT in 4 TAKE MY TIP ' also "Popeye the Sailor Meets Sinbad the Sailor" (Popeye Colored Cartoon). ADDITIONAL at SATURDAYMATINEE; Episode l l, "ACE DRUMMOND." The Hollywood Cameraman will be at the Schools this week and at the Matinee next Saturday, to take your photos, a...