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Liverpool Golf Club STABLEFORD PAR HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

Liverpool Golf Club STABLEPORD PAR HANDICAP. (By "Donnie.") With the added two strokes to 'all members' .handicaps, .the scoring cards were boosted up some. H. Jackson, off ll mark, scored 31 points, making à total of 42. His very slow method of stroke making, especially putting, is likely to upset his opponent's game. The average player likes to keep moving within rea son and enjoys playing an Inspired snot rather than a calculating one. A. Croll returned 20-19-39; Hunt bro thers, Hoi and Clarrie, both compiled"37 points; Jim stewart, 35;. W; Dickey, 11-20-31. Jack Marsden showed patches cf his old form, but he is unable to string them together just at present. Hts par figures in places Indicate an ability of precision. Oscar Taaffe and Tod Mills have again returned to the scene of their oblique angles and divot holes, Welcome to the fold. I gather them In dimes and dollars! The poker machine is putting up par figures with a rhythmic swing-we all fall for it. Sunday .Morning. Schar...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BOWLING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

BOWLING CLUB Work is proceeding satisfactorily in the construction cf thc Liverpool bowl ing green, and it is expected that lt will be completed within three months. A number of placers have availed them selves of the opportunity to visit sev eral clubs,' and in this connection also invitations have been received from Par ramatta, Hunter's Hill, Kensington, Austinmer, etc. A visit to Hunter's Hill Club on Hie 6tli Instant resulted in a win for Liv erpool by two points, thhe scores being: Liverpool: Webb, Green. Bale and Wil liamson 19, Inglish. Clink, Reynolds and. Marsden 17; Weal. Dymock, Taylor and Petts 22. Total. 58. Hunter's Hill: Limbert. Shannon, Kraegan and Turner 13; McDonald, Shields, Davies and Marlm 22; McKen zie, Cutler, Times and Rinaldi 21. Total, 5G.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

NEWS WANTED: Contributions of news items -social, sporting, personal are invited by the editor. Please be brief and accur ate, send early, and do not include free advts. ( We have business columns for events, that are to take place. Personal pars, (birth, deaths, marriages) must be signed by. responsible persons, and wit nessed. Engagements and similar notices must be signed by the* parties concerned. !\ "

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet- j ings, social gatherings, sporting : ¡events, weddings, accidents, etc., will be gratefully accepted: Per sonal paragraphs must be signed by responsible persons. Write in ink, on one side of the paper (names in capital letters), and be brief and accurate. Be careful to verify all facts, so that the paper will not suffer owing to inaccuracies, and others perhaps be put to inconvenience. If you like "The News," recom mend it to your, friends. News items should be ad dressed to the Editor, c/o. ,kThe Biz'! Newspaper office. Fairfield, W lôls^ôr^ilme^n* transit.

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LINEN TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

LINEN TEA. The friends of Miss lily Cole, of Chip- ? ping Norton .entertained her at a linen .'.«.'twr on Monday night, and she received ' "tjilïte a lot of useful articles. 'He's a man about 'town.' 'Yes, and a fool about women.' ~"*\ '

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UNSAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

UNSAFE. ' . Bridget: Herbert was nearly half an . tour tryirg to pursuade me to marry , film. ? -.. ; . "... wculd if I didn't. «. '^iJü110 why- ,"tar,lr«> what sweet« arc «e having for dinner to-day ?' 1 7t ïs sponge cake.* ? |Ahd' .very too.* , : -.v ""j3ñeFlfiiS 'Tíefíour and milk'from^om^4 new neighbor.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

TI IV BUI1 T.P. THE Terminus a. Tel.: 38 Liv. OUR CONSTANT INDEAVOR I. f & .¡. Ours is the Better Bread wiui the Nutty Fla» OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. 1894 .- . ESTABLISHED -:- 1894 MURRAY'S BREADS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.. / Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and Quality. Tel. 433. George St., Liverpool. No connection with any other firm. RELIEF COUPONS ACCEPTED. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool? TELEPHONE : PIVERPOOL 63. We desire to particularly mention that we stock only the Best of all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE-SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED to all Tarts of the District.

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OBITUARY. Mrs. Ethel Wright. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

OBITUARY. Mrs. Ethel Wright. The death occurred on Friday last of Mrs. Ethel Mary Wright, daughter 0f Mr. H. Carlaw. of Liverpool. The funeral took place on Saturday, the Interment taking place in the C. of England cemetery, Rookwood. Deceased was the wife of Mr. Walter Wright, of Hillview. Her age was 38, and she leaves three children, Douglas, Olive and Merle.

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HERE AND THERE. DANCE FOR "QUEEN." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

fERE AND tHfeltfe. DANCE FOR "QUEEN." «.In support of Miss Irving's candldat I «re In the Hoxton Park Queen compctlt ' ton a dance was held in Liverpool Mas Linlc hall last saturday night. fZ A fair attendance rewarded the efforts «of the organisers, Messrs. Henderson, 'Budd and Bell. The ladles' committee J'^rovldcd delightful refreshments. LIVERPOOL G.U.O.O.F. There was a good roll up of members at the usual meeting of Liverpool Branch lof G.U.O.O.F. held last Monday night. The lodge decided to accept the chai se from Cabra-Vale branch to play on - 10 for the Sister Morgan . euchre FOOTBALL, 'movl S»*8 on f00t to re-establish loov bl on iú%eSa!d footing In Liverpool. The will tei7>-frcjji~Merrylands to Cam and UvefyteVi**1 nav.e received many tlrles regard Practice players. hes" willBbe w4held shortly. BUILDING, g for the Bank of New nearing completion. The cost over £6000, has criticised by the towns xtertor appearance, being ' years bphind the times. L STOLEN, ck Farm Garage ...

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Austral's First Show CREDITABLE DISTRICT DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

Austral's First Show CREDITABLE DISTRICT DISPLAY. The progressively minded committee controlling the activities of Austral Agricultural Bureau organised and con ducted the first. show of the district's . products on Saturday last. The exhibi tion was held in Starr's Post Office grounds, and proved a success, particu larly In regard to poultry exhibits. These were housed in proper pens kindly loan . ed bv Liverpool AH. and I. Society.. There was a very fair attendance, in cluding visitors from other centres.'. The show was opened by Mr. s winney, ex-M.L-A., a resident poultry farmer. In His address, Mr. Swinney congratu lated the committee and exhorted the people tto give their co-operation and make each year's show a greater one. If such Improvement did not eventuate, lt would be through lack of exhibits and the people's own fault, not the fault of the committee. Mr. Swinnry referred to the district's need of a water supply and urged con sistent agitation to gam this need. He expres...

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AUTUMN DANCE. SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

AUTUMN DANCE. SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. The Autumn dance held in the Town Hall, Liverpool, last Saturday night, in lieu of the postponed "shamrock uance," met with the appreciation vf tue dance ers, over 200 attending. The M.C., Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick, was a successiul controller, and-the orches tra, lsd by Prank Orton, rendered-excel lent harmony. The first upen order was won by Mr. Alf Smith and Mr; K. Noakes won the second. The Monte Carlo went to Mrs. Cheribin and Mr. Evans. Among those present were Fathers Deeley and Leen. The workers fer the function, which was in aid of All Saints' Church, had made complete arrangsments, and the ladies capably looked after the refresh mtms, wmch were available at a small charge. The tactful secretary. Mr. B. C. Fitz patrick, was assisted by a ladies' com mittee, Including Mesdames Bratchell, '-"?Bullen, "Kelly,1- 3: Fitzpatrick, Threlkeld, and Schell, and Miss N. Jenes. Mr. Peter Wych wa6 doorkeeper. The fcx trot competition, which com menced1 at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

-~ ~\: . . ? MARSl^L SHÓES FOR MEN at BÜKE'S/ REPAIR & FOO/rWEAR SHOP, SCOn SIUEET (OppYfire Station). LIVERPOOL. For Men's Footwear and Ladies' and Men's Slippers and Sports Shoes. Ur-TO-DATE MEMBER BO OT REPAIRING, PLANT FOR QUICK SERVICE BOOT , REPAIRS. LKERS* AND ¡REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. MOTHER'S DAY¿^MOTHER'S DAY! MOTHER'S DAXT1 COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR, AND IT IS THEN OUR PRIVILEGE TO JCHVE HER SOMETHING IN RETURN FOR ALL SHE HAS DONE FOR VS. TO MEET THIS NEED, DUCK WORTH'S HAVE MADE A SPECIAL SELECTION OF GIFTS SUITABLE FOR HER, SUCH AS Woollen Jumpers- and Pullovers. Handkerchiefs, Specially boxed. ' Wool (o make a Jumper. Sels of Shelley China. Toil i Bequi ftes, Perfumes, Koo' s, Colored Glass, ctc.,/itc. WE HAVE THESE GIFTS, AND MANY MORE, AT PRICES Tja SUIT ALL PURSES. -7 DUCKWORTH'S .PHONE: Liv. 303. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel Model is a unique departure from conventional design. The aerial is a self-cVmained...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, |.»NI> A FRTATE ACKKT. SCOTT STREET. LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 281. /Tvr«IOi* RAT,BR QP^POTTT.TRV. PRO DUCE, STOCKl e>¿r EVERY WEDNES DAY at t p.rrrF^barp. VEGETABLE AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY at ll a.m. OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. Agent for Alliance (Assurance. NURSE HEALY, CHRISTIE STREET/LIVERPOOL. (Late cf St. Maraaiet's Hospital.) MIDWIFERY cipes attended In Liver pool and Outlying Districts. Telephone Liv. 192. HERE WE ARE AGAIN! Club - 50 iverpool, pril 17 First-class^-Kfuslc. Excellent Supper. Novelties GaloV. Come Along and join the Hcfepy Throng. Admission - - - Î /6 Miss P. S'anton, sec. G. Smith, pres. SALE--AUCTlOiN-SALE Acting under instructions irom Mr. B/R. BANYER, the under signed mil sdi by PUBLIC ACTION JW THE PREMISES, "THE NEWS" OFICE, MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOK; at 2 p.m. on THURSDAY, WP RI LT 2 2, 1937 THE WHOLEVOF HIS' FURNITURE A NÍfiL/E FFECTS. " For Detaitetfiast apply to- / - r* ^ John V.Tiffly, Railway Pa...

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Borrowing and Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

I j Borrowing and Defence. The necessity for public borrowing cannot be determined ty reference to i pure'y economic factors. Political ex pediency often overrides all other con siderations av-d irakés tro borrowing of huge sums essential. Defe-.ics /ycpendt ture is an outstanding example of the domination of the political factor In loan policy. During the war Australia was forced to contract a large debt almost entirely for unproductive purposes, av.d it ls probable, in view of the huge burden , ff armaments which are bsing piled vp j abroad, that important developments hi U« near future will necessitate further large borrowing for defence. The possibility has been analysed by the Bank of New South Wales when con sidering Australia's futura loan require ments, In a circular entitled "The Aus tralia-a Public Debt." The bank points out that it is quite impossible to esti mate f J ture loan expenditure on arma ments, but expects that some rapid and unusual changes will occur in this s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

UMBER If you specify that the Traber be supplied by Sgt' us, you-will be sure of fte ant^ W'N show real: jj= savings. We supply Tinppp/tn any quantity for every [?j, purpose. Ü ALEX GRIMSON, Prop. 1 LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS S Georg« St., LIVERPOOL. 'Phon* Uv. 234. P.O. Box No. *. niiiliiaiiiiiiiiin DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED Make Sure Your BOOT REPAIRS are by taking them to S* WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL IF IT'S ELECTRICAL, SEE N. W. PR^. Licensed ElèctricalyContractor, Macquarie Street- - v/- LIVERPOOL (THREE DOORS FROM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). \ ALL CLASSES OF ELECTRICAL WORK CARRIED OUT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES & ACCESSORIES ALWAYS IN STOCK. "\| FAMILY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL, ORDERS 2TELIVERED. Ask for A L. BííAR S D E N Will Fix You Right. Telephone: Liverpool 264. S. C. WATMAN,.R«gistered Milk Vendor, NIXON'S NEW BUILDINGS. MACQUARIE STREET. FRESH MILK, NEWLAID ©COS, PURE CREAM, BUTTER, &c. FRESH MILK FROM.. jfiVE FARM DAILV, Gd Quart. MILK SHARKS* 3d Vf Pint. SMALL GLASS...

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MOTORIST'S DUTY WATCHING FOR CHILDREN ON ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

MOTORIST'S DUTY WATCHING FOR CHILDREN. ON ROAD Mr. Justice Hatse Rogers directed a ? Jury in tl e Supreme Court on Monday "P a, in the circumstances of pre ent áf-¡. motoring, one of the possibilities trna; motorists should be on the look out for was that ot small children run ning fran the side cf thp road in front 0^ oncoming- traffic. "'MU Honor'üjadé the observation in a case brought by Charles Ewart, a six jetr-old bey, ii recover damages from £fiim Dudley, manufacturer, of liver pool, for personal Injuries rece:v2d when ne was struck py Dudley's motor car in Parramctta-rosd, Auburn, on December 23. 1935. I The b y su/d through h!s father, and claimed (nat-Dudley had been negligent in driving at an .excessive speed and had failed Jo keep a good lookout wiwii the boy \yns crossing the road. Dudte/sMd that tue boy ran in front cf a narced car and that he had done eve yMtng to aven the accident. Mr. justice Rogers told the jury that if they {decided the accident happened tlirojgh\...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

«tort j leaving Tor; hine;, the *Vbm0ilfc,4S took a violent dlrtto to Arohtefc VA p«d eh*rt*'"< t"** lt. denttrw th« m>-*A guards and scratching,the,duoo; but the] ^M.vp^ei^n came err tb«,'wprse, bV*t*a»'-' lng off l's own ri'in-jlngboard? TJie boys 1.1 si" Breill; came through thelsrtóls quite*-! c l-«ly, ard if anything drove,- a little foster on the' way heme. . That Pert Roberts, 'P£rry B' and the frei tr?t of the team thoroughly énoyediôiclhï aí'ernbon ter during their, match Saturday last. Oh, yeah 1 That Erle Prmiy and his Y HU item- nearly took things toy easy , 'tte'r irater with Hillview on fiat"?* for, with a lead of twelve*-" lest, the last SweKjat 6$;** home the winners ff* moral is ''never, jrlvej . That TvanVvOBlt piny with his ¿tan o-en -rounding Ortiody made a j IffcQit tails «nd :;ßaffty., Don't fe* .íÉSS* fl*ed. .ï^anki íítígft' trips to;-do ' Jjfp'.XKell in "their sets1 '^i^ath?ráay; but our íihB'bWJs^'wh'idj ere gbli rre-»rntiñg roles being worn! n...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

ABOUT PEOPLEf Miss N. swain, of King-street, Moore*' bank, is at present ill lu a privat« nos» pliai at Livupool. Mr. Peter Wycli has a good stock of ?confetti on his suelves, which ls just a gentle reminaer to the young folk. Mr. Finlay, of Chipping Norton, is holidaying on tne South Coast. Mrs. Catlin, ol George-street, Moore bank, is a patient in fat. Joseph's Hos pital, Auburn. Mr. W. Curtis, of Moorebank, is holi daying at Chipping Norton. Miss V. Stevenson, of Moorebank a venue, is at prevent holidaying at Manly. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, of Cooper's three years have been aYthintA avenue, who have been at Adelaide with their married daughter, are on the way home to Liverpool. Mr. Walker, of Hammondville, sprain ed his ankle through slipping on a stone on Tuesday and is off work as a result. Mr. P. Cooling, of Chipping Norton, was admitted the Liverpool Hospital with a septic leg. ? > Master T. Childs, son of Mr. Walter Childs, of Copeland-street, is an Inmate of Liverpool Hospit...

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THE TURF. MATTLAND CORONATION CUP, 1 mile 30 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

« TM,4ip:«nil 1» tito on ^SBtvuältiy, and iirJôôkSMHKthough Wah'J^rn flguro prominently tn the race. He has a handy .weight-Wim 8.5, and ls a sure.stajter at the Ume.cf writing. (Monday)." His win at Kensingttm last week showed hint to be at his top again and he will be suited by the" Maitland course. Brazeno ls always worth a thought in Northern*'events. Was not disgraced at Randwick and will have a- chance tu atone for losses here. Red- Thespian is fresh from Randwick victories,-'and, if a starter, will give the race a great shake. Others : who will have to be considered are Böbtoy, Alan Verde, Speldon and Pattern. . >. The following horses are -thought to be very-close--to the money and,.if followed at .their. next few starts;- should return a profit: Plutus-raced -well in thc event won by Red Thespian at Randwick. He finished closeup after *eing badly placed most . DeUgSp&lll please punters soon. Al tnougb ' beaien by Yashmak, she had thc me^ure^f the other runners. I...

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WHAT IS WRONG? (TO the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937

WHAT ISAVRONGjï (TO the Editor,) V. Slr,-Referring to your issue of Aprai 7, 1937, asking what is the matter mm the gutter in the main street? Why the gutter in the main streei? Are there na gutters in any of the remaining streets that require to bs "flushed and brushed?"] I have often had a walk, doing the; "block," from the Masonic Hall to the Post Office, up the main street to "quality corner," then' a quick turn to my leu. What a beautiful sight is .ve olde town of Liverpool. Aledrmen have come and gone, but ye olde town still remains the same, with the exception of a modern hotel in the main street, and an up-to-date estate agent's office. Could not our civic fathers put up a slo gan shnethlng like "If ye before j'cur own door swept, Liverpool woald toe clean." j Yes, there may be something wrong with the sanitary system-and arrange ments, but how cari it Jjé altered, Can "On Watch" moke any,suggestions as to haw it can be altered? Perhaps I may be able to give him a lead up to...

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