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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

\íRES.*ir yát Popular 147. t'NTER w /m & COATS, ^ER JACKETS. -ATHg:vfrom 75/. JP ' - - ' LIVERPOOL.. ~ Church Services. NOTE-Changa of these 'notices must reach this office on Monday. - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wechvsday Evening meeting. 8 p.m., In the Church edifice, Smith-street. Reading Room, Smith-street. Hours: Monday to Friday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. ST. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL. Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones. Tit. Sch. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH, LIVERPOOL. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Norfolk and Castlereagh Sts. Sunday next.-ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Junior CE. 10 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. Holy Communion each Sunday morn ing and third Sunday night. «. Wednesday.-Prayer Meeting. Pastor A.' A. Whale, Baptist Theolog ical College, 40 Charlotte-st., Ashfield. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday next-Liverpool ll a.m., 7 p.m. Glenfield, 3.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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MAN'S INSECT ENEMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

MAN'S INSECT ENEMIES. While not all insects are injurious, a'lid many are beneficial, there ari s^ne 300 varieties that are unfriendly or even r'angercus to man. They were here lons be'err! we were, and are admirab'y adapt d t) continue cn this earth. If we wou'd liv» .here in relative security and comfort, we have this fight with Insecte constant y with us, net only for our personal comfort and safety, but to protect our feed supply. It is one of t'o never-ending contests which is necessary for u= on this planet and f ie more we know about Jur premies the more successful this fight, will be »nd the great'.T vi!'.'ie <w «swnicrt sue! Lftciirit". ? ' ' ' _

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C GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

C GRADE. Rhine Erm v Liverpool Catholic.-J. O'Malley and W. Penny v J. Eadie and E. Croal 6/4; Mrs. Driscoll and O. Pope v Miss J. O "Keefe and J. Richardson 4/6; Mis. Murray and "W. Penny v Miss M ' O'Keefe and E. Croal 6/2; J. Bamford and o. Popé v P.. McOuiness and 3. Rlchardson-4/6; Mrs. Driscoll and Mrs.' Marray -v MuStR. O'Keefe tnd ' MOaa?raj: O'Keefe 6/0; O'Malley and Penny v P. McOuiness and J. Richardson 4/6: J. Samford and Mrs. Dfisec-U v P. M&Quin '? ess and MQss J. O'Keefe 0/6 ' J MUslIr. and Mrs. Murray v J. Eadie and Miss M. 0-R>efe 6'3; J. Eamlcrd aüd U. Forre v 3. EaSie and E. Creal 4 * " L-r hüme Erm, i to to s.'3B. _ _ . ._

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

L. G. SCOn, B.A., I.B., SOLICITOR ANf)»£4M¿E¥NCER. MOXHAM CHAMBMQ^T J 47A*"fcßJRCH TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advttise-, ments should reach this (ice early in the week, to allow ¡me for careful handling and disjiy. Casual advertisements wil-tae received up to Wednesday; ind urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance of the above viii be grealty appreciated. * For a change., mash potato©* with wann milk and butter, stir m a lightly beaten rgg and 'set' In H basin; TWn'', ,, cul, brush egg-yolk over thc shape, place .; .JJ ? hot o""n f*n<l bake a liçht Vw-fl.

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B RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

B RESERVE. Hillview v liverpool 6.-C. Rose and F. Wheeler v M. Rayner and N. Nich olls 3/6; Miss Threlkeld and C. Ryman v M. Raynor and Miss Thompson 2/6; Mrs. Ryman and F. Wheeler v Mrs. "Thompson and 6. Brumby 2/6; H. Tur ner and'C. Ryman .v S. Brumby and L. Heape 6/1; Mrs. Ryman and Miss Threl keld v Mrs. Thompson and Miss Thomp son 3/6; Ryman and Turner v N. Nic 3/6; C. Ryman and H. Turner v N. Nic holls and M. Raynor 6/3; Miss Threlkeld and C. Rose v Mrs. Thompson and N. Nicholls 6/4; Mrs. Ryman and H. Tur ner v MisS Thompson and L. Heape 6/1: C. Rose and F. Wheeler v S. Brumby and L. "Heäpe 671. Won by Hillview. 5/40 tc 4/34. Yhurry 2 v Rhine Erin 1.-R. Penney and R Brown defeated Cook and J. Smith .6/5; Miss Robinson and V. Mur phy d. Mrs. Becquet and E. Selems 6/1; Miss Thomas and R. Penny d. Mrs. Saunders and W. CQOkr6/2; L. Attwoou and. V. Murphy d. E. Selems and A. Becquet 6/1; Miss Thomas and "Miss Robinson d. Mrs. Saunders and Mrs. Becquet 6/1; U Attwood and V. Mur phy ...

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OJ? ARTS. HOURS: Monday to Thursday library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 to 9 o.m. Billiards and Card Room: Monday to ¡.Tiday, 2 to 6, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex change on books, 3d.

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Liverpool P. and C. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

The inimthly meeting of tlio kbdya asi : soolmiun vu» held at-'MverpoM Behool | on Muy fi. The president, Reu^HaMey: Jouas; w«s uriavoldfibly "absent.* am H. «I* DückwÄh took (firchanv1 The association ha« been pressing for additional accommodation und 'Mr. Ton« kin headmuster, reported that the dis. trict inspector had within thc« last few days paid a visit to the school and sub- j mitted plans for additional buildings, it i is hoped that this year's estimates will I permit of these' necessary additions ¿e- I lug put in hand. ""' ¡ The secretar}', Mr. Pender, submitted | financial report of recent social,' which , was adopted. » 1 The matter of purchasing o framed i photo of his Majesty the King was de I forred tp next meeting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

HAPPINESS TENNIS»CLUB Coronation 50-50 Dance ri TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL, cn SATURDAY, MAY 15^937, at 8 p.m. George Lee'* OrcheYtfti Efficient M.C. Excellent Supper. Novel tie« Galore. ADMISSION 1/6. Streamer Watti. MESS P. STANTON. Hon. Sec. ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE «TH ANNUAL AALL. TOWN HALL, tivSRPOOL. TUESDAY, MA ZS, 1937. . PRESENTATloV OF DEBUTANTES. ATTRACTIVE \rOVELTTES, LIONEL DARCY'S ORCHÜSTRA EXCELLENT SUPPER. TICKETS: FIVE SHILLINGS. Ars. J. Cullen, President; Dr. J. Plr'e and Mr. T. F. Murray. Joint trias.; B, C. Fftrpatrlck, hon. sec. REAL ESTATE AUCTION SALE TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL, SATURDAY, MA^8,/at il a.m. ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS JOHN V. TULLY wül sell by PUBLIC_ . All that Piece and Parcel cf LAND In pool. Parish St. Hike, Count; Cumberland, Moore-street by a d*pth of 128 feet alo «ll Buildings anä'^provemen^^«* 'T''' Anno'Creagh Estate. -- -f.; *r. For rather dïtait and particidara, alfcly to" U SOBS V. TULLY, Aucyeawr, PUBLIC TRUSTEE, E)N the undermentioned Property f To...

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MOOREBANK NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

MOOREBANK NEWS. PERSONAL. Miss Swain ls home again after a period in a private hospital at Liverpool. Mrs. Catien is home again after a successful operation in Auburn District Hospital. [ Mr. Bill Curtis, cf Moorebank-avenue, ls looking much better after three weeks holiday. Wal Was very surprised to see him bring home the cakes. Mr. Joe Pettit and Gordon Macfarlane are on a bicycle hike-here, there, and everywhere. Mrs. Beer, of Dlawarra-road, ls home after a well-deserved holiday. Mr. Kramer, of Moorebank, lost a valuable horse, which was gored to death by his bull. The horse was eating the bull's feed, which the bull resented. Its hornes pierced the horse's side, reaching Its liver. The boys want to know why Jimmy Richardson uses the grass instead of the concrete along Bigge-street. . .Mr. Cooling, who was in hospital, is home again. Mr. Ron Hynds entered hospital on Wednesday to undergo an operation. We are pleased to see Mr. Jack Bridges about again after a bout of Illness. A G...

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B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

B GRADE. Appin Road v Eaglemont 2.-J. Hay I and R. Canoll v A. Gore and Haines. 5/6; I Mrs. Starr and L. Starr , v Mrs. Deviu j and A. Gore 6/3; Mrs. Wallace and R Carroll v Mrs. Welsh and R. Boon, 6/4; R. f rlclone and L. Starr v A. Gore and Haines 4/6; Mrs. Starr and Mrs. Wal lace v Mrs. Devitt and Mrs. Welsh 4/6; R. Carroll and J. Hay v J. Stradllng and R. Bcon 6/2; Mrs. Starr and R. Trtclone v Mrs. Welsh and Haines 6/1; Mrs. Wal 1 lace and J. Hay v Mrs. Devitt and J. Stradling 2/6; L. Starr and R. Triclone v K. Boon and J. Stradllng 6/5. Won by Appin Road, 5/45 to 4/39. Liverpool 6 v Hillview,-F. Orundy and Ollis v Bradshaw and (Pettit 4/6; Miss i Rae and Howlet v Mrs. Brown and Manning 3/6; Mrs. Heeger and F. Ollis v Mri. Bradshaw and Pettit 6/1; Shields and Howlet v Manning and James 2/6; Mrs. Heeger and Miss Rae v Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Bradshaw 3/6; Shields and Howlet v Bradshaw and Pettit 6/4; Miss Rae and Grundy v Mrs. Bradshaw and James. 6/4; Mrs. Heeger and Shields v Mrs. B...

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A RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

A RESERVE. Picton v Iiiverpool 1.-Hughes and Ray v Keeger and Cole 3/6; Brown and I Mi&s Dowse v Dunbar and Miss Robin i son 2/6; Dowse and Miss Ware v Bever idge and Miss'Banks 1/6; Hughes and Ray i v Beveridge and Dunbar 4/6; Miss Dowse and Miss Ware v Miss Banks and Miss Robinson,wî/6;'Dowse and Brown v Hed ger and. Cole 6/5; Hughes and Miss I Dowse v Heeger and Robinson 3/6; Ray j and Miss Ware, v Cole and Miss Banks 4/6; Dowse and Brown v Beveridge anu Dunbar 6/3. Won by Liverpool, 7/50 Ui 2/31. Eaglemont 1 v Gundaroos.-B. Croker and J. Jeffrey v W. Harrison and F. icoles 6/0; Mis. Jeffrey and N. Brabston v Miss Coles and A. Walker 6/1; Mrs. Stradllng and A. Dowse v Miss King ana Eggleton 6/4; <N. Brabston and A. Dowse v A. Walker und R, Eggleton 6/4; Mrs. Stradllng and Mrs. Jeffrey v Miss King and Miss Coles 6/3; B. Croker and J. Jeffrey v A. Walker and R. Eggleton 6/0 ; Mrs. Jeffrey and J. Jeffrey v F. Coles and. Miss King 6/3; Mrs. Stradllng and B. Croker ...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. A GRADE. Liverpool 2 . v ingleburn.-Keys and ! Kirkpauicit v Daley and Williamson 3/6; I Miss Kitpher and Webb v Mrs. Graham and Medcalf 6/1; Mrs. Beveridge and Lomax v Miss Mahon and Williamson 3/6; Lomax and Webb v Daley and William son 2/6; Mrs. Beveridge and Miss Hit cher v Miss Mahon and Mrs. Graham 6/1; Keys and Kirkpatrick v Medcalf .and Mcilveen 6/1; Miss Ki tc her and Keys v Miss Mahon and Mcilveen 6/i, Mts. Beveridge and Kirkpatrick v Miss Graham «nd Daley 6/2; Webb and Lo- : max v Medcalf and and Mcilveen 5/6. j Won by Liverpool 2, 6/43 to 4/30. Craignish v Camden.-Corby and 1 Haloing v Hamilton and Campbell 6/1 ; Miss luck, and Clissold v Miss Hargraves and Smith 1/6; Keane- and Mareen v Clissold and Minlman 6/1; Harding ana Sorby v Clissold and Blinman 6/2; Ham ilton and campbell v Marden and Smith 6/2; Mrs. Hargraves and Sorby v Miss Clissold and Hamilton 2/6; Harding and Keane v Clissold and Miss Tuck 6/3; Cli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

«IHIIIIIIIIISHIIIIIIIIIIIfiR -...fr"'""--".." * >. with TIMBER I you specify that thc er be supplied by best, and will show real r in any quantity for every A. I LlVf RPH P"" 1=5 r:-,.- «. I IVFRPi.» .*»!.« C.or..St..UVERPO» Millik m ILL* P.O. BOB N». fl. IlillllllllllSlllllllUlllr® DON'T %f ke su^OINTED ! °!|PAIRS, S- WHffpY 81 Macquarie Stref J Macqi MEMB.EU OF N.S.W. MAST^JJVERPOOL ?tY SHILLING SPENT. EACH. faíír ELE! / REPA L & RADIO For All Y J ai Licked ElContractor ' Macquarie Street - , ix/rnpnAi ¡THREE DOORS FI\ L-l V LI\rWUL LIVERPOOL). FAMILY ORD Ask for LIVERPOOL, S V E R E D. ME N Hfix You Right. Telephone: al 264. ii i "7AN DRIVER FINED'.''" " ' >ld Phillips was charged at Liv 'olice Court last Monday with _ a person on a van at Lepping [¡?March 26. He pleaded guilty. »lice was that détendant had 'people on Uie van, taking them to roo Valley. He was fined £2, cost* MODEL 737. 6-valvt All-Wave f1 A.C. R.ceiv.r 37 Guineal ( . .'. Old System WE SPECIALISE IN...

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CUTTER FLEETS OF EPINAL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

CUTTER FLEETS OF EPINAL » _ At Epinal, France, every eve of Good Friday the children of the town hold a paper:sliip regatta of their own, when i ships larg? and small, simple and ela borate, al! gaily lit with candles, go j sailing dewn ' the rushing stream, the Îhlttiren screaming with delight as they ollbw thç fortunes of their' paper ven tures, in the fleet that sails down the gutters, specially flooded' by the muni cipal authorities for the occasion, are types of all kinds-Spanish galleons. Vik ing ships, Roman trirèmés, and Noah's ark». K"en a humble wooden shce, with knitUng-uioeçlle mast and paper sall,-cr a-cheese ' box, or Just a colored naper folded boat, are to be seen among the "aristocrats" of the fleet. The annual celebration is surrounded with ceremony and calls those with ships to sail march in proo ssion and ca'anot launch their craft hefore a signal ls given. Prizes are awarded for the best ships. The annual fe ilvity is known as the fete of the "Champ-Gabot," or t...

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HOCKEY. LIVERPOOL- UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

HOCKEY. (By "On Side") LIVERPOOL - UNIVERSITY. What a game-both teams all cut from tile start to Knish. The Liverpool tjarni consisting mostly of men playing their first match, were good U see. Young Driscoll, in goals, did not have much to do, but what he did proved i im to have' the making or a good goalie -CODI and accurate. Clarke icapiainj I was in his best form and stopped the i Uni forward* time after time. Crimson, tho other full-back, was hi [ his right place and will be one cf the mainstays cf the team. Jack Jones was, as usual, a great half ! and the team will miss him on his off 'SaWfays. Harman, ccunter-hali, is on the ball ell tlie t;me and passet well to his for wards, is a good back tackler, and seld om lets r.Cs man gvt away. Halton, at half, wants a little more coochin? and will do better; his is a hard place for a new man. The forwards, as a team, did well, b-.t need a few matches to get combin ation. Keato,, on his first gamo, did well and ne de '.rved the goal h...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

(By."Ace.!') Vat deo defliUteJy »roved .tho super BvF 01 'sptnouh' over milk oe a ira.n idSed B;, when h($ team defeated Aïulne ' l'fiií boys by nine seis'io luve in ll^elr es*M o/» saturday lait, "|S»at Richie says the Iwys lost their 3ie at crilical moment, and wlih 3' *}er training he exp-cts 'them to do min* better in the second round.' win 4 Gu£' started the Campbelltown C ,,t w¿ 'sst Saturday, when he appeared ' « ir * t°urt wearing a' natty little brown .' iL No*nd 1,16 8irls saW hcw U,te orttra ,he looked ! Ous explained Í".-",."(fie beret was actually worn to ; "ft1'hair out of hls ey;s- but he ih to wea«" >t always in future, it '* "flt*, the girls so. 0 'Ht billy and Alf had a little dlicus .?? D last bundey as to how they lost \pr match., Billy contending that lt j the mixed that let them down, but ! af wanted Billy to explain how he got ' Ax lc've against him in one of his gem.'s Pputles ? Billy will explain when next ht sees Alf. That captain Prank Ollis got the sur...

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CYCLIST SEVERELY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

CYCLIST SEVERELY INJURED. Riding his bicycle in Liverpool-road, near Warwick Farm railway crossing, on Saturday, Max Williamson, ll, of Speed street, Liverpool, came into collision with a motor car. Liverpool Ambulance took him to the Liverpool Hospital, where ne was admitted with a fractured skull. His condition was serious.

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OBITUARY. Mrs. Annie Donnan. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

OBITUARY. Mrs. Annie Donnan. Aged 70 years, Mrs. Annie Mary Don nan, wife 'of Mr. Chris Dorman, passed away on May 2, at her residence, Mill road, Liverpool. The husband survives. There were no children. Mrs. Donnan was a native of England, coming to Australia at an early age. The cause of her death was heart trouble. Mr. Donnan ls a brother of the inter national cricketer, Harry, of Bexley. The funeral was largely attended, the remains being laid to rest in St. Luke's Church of England cemetery, Liverpool, on Monday afternoon.

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VAN DRIVER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

VAN DRIVER "FINED'.' I Reginald Phillips was charged at Liv erpool Police Coiirt last Monday with carrying a person on a van at Lepping ton on March 26. He pleaded guilty. Evidence was that defendant' had seven people on the van, taking them to I kangaroo Valley. He was fined £2, cost* 8/-.

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LEMON TREE LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LEMON TREE LEGEND. Menton (Finn«;) ls renowned for its 'emon tre^s, the golden fruit c-fltrast 1 inp with th» green leaves and giving ad ditional charm to aa already love'y landscape. There ts a legend connected 1 with the lemon trees of Menton. When j5»«. r>- shout to leave the Garden of r<1ei fJie looked «>r-und for something vh'ch had pleased her nwt, and Fhe nlucVed a lemoa from the lemon tro\ "This I will «riv* to the most beautiful rnuntry I see." According to t.Ms legend rhe. with Adam. traveWnd tr*» esr*h. hut lt was to Menton that she gavo the j lemon tree.

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