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TENNIS SO[?]ERN DISTRICTS [?]SOCIATION. WIN[?] COMPETITION. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

SOmjIEttN DISTRICTS | WN?|g| COMPETITION. ( A GRADE. I ingleburn v Wimbledon,-Daley . d I Williamson v Campbell and Hattfi n 6/5; Mrs. Graham and Metcalf vL* » Whitehouse and Clissold 2/6; "Miss" H i on and Mcilveen v Miss Clissoldíri d Blinman 6/5; Metcalfe and Mcllv* v Clissold and Blinman 6/4; Miss ; ii and Mrs. Graham v Miss CllssrJ d Miss Whitehouse 6/1; Metcalf sf F :" Uveen v Campbell and Hamllt* 1; ? Miss Mahon and Williamson v U- > ¡sold and Hamilton 2/6; Daley splebn ¡s Graham v Miss Whitehouse ano!,^ i I bell 4/6; Daley and Wllliamson^-d, i j sold and Blinman 6/3. Won by i~ don. 4/42 to 5/41. r £ . Liverpool A Ul v Liverpool A - Hceger and Cole v Kirkpatrick and", vs 6/4; Beveridge and Miss Banks v V * and Miss Hitcher 6/4; Dunbar and 1 gk Robinson v Lomax and Mrs. BeveriHge' 6/1; Dunbar and Beveridge v Klrknat rick and Keys 6/2; Miss Robinson ana Miss Banks v Mrs. Beveridge and Mibs Hitcher 6/3; Heeger and Cole v Webb and Lomax 6/1; Heeger and Miss Rob inson v Kirkpat...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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EMPIRE DAY LIVERPOOL INFANTS' SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

EMPIRE DAY UrVBBPOOL INFANTS' . SOHOOu Empire Day WM observed at the Liv erpool Infants' school orv Wednesday morning last. There was a good attend I ance of mothers and friends, and' a very I enjoyable time was spent. The programme was contributed to by all the children in the school and con sisted of "«-ímro'inity singing lumbers, songs and poems, and the finale was ir the form of a pageant depicting the vari ous emblems in the formation - of the Union Jack. ?. Miss Wiiherspoon (head mistress) i Miss Con ve ry (kindergarten teacher), Miss Nolan, Mrs. Guthrie, and Mles Look had the arranging of the programme. At the close of the programme. Miss Witherspoon thanked all the parent-, and friends for their attendance, and made an appeal for more mothers to Join the Mothers' Club and to take a keener in terest In the school.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANKNESS OR TAPS? Englishmen on Qualities in Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

FRANKNESS OR TAPS ? Englishmen on Qualities in Advertising. In Melbourne oh his way home to Eng-1 land. Mr. Hartland-Skann was asked: "Should advertising be brutally frank or I should the advertiser content himself j with aperies of gentle taps?" His reply] was that there were occasions when a I good hard knock was necessary to pro-1 duce results. Some of his firm's advertising, he add ed, had been called brutally frank, but its success was its justification. "The press ls still the principal adver tising medium," he continued. "If a newspaper has a big service and circu lation, it means that the advice given ls sound and Its news good and compre hensive. With such a paper lt is logical to assume that the trade news columns will produce similar results to the ad vertiser. "Australian newspapers are of a very' high standard and compare. very favor ably with those published in England and America. In make-up. character of news, and the writing of advertisments they leave little to .be...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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LIFTS THAT TALK. REMARKABLE SPEED AND SAFETY DEVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIFTS THAT TALK. REMARKABLE SPEED AND SAFETY DEVICES. New high-speed lifts, that will be thr | safest in the world and can even taUc., automatically, are to be installed in thospj London tube stations where space or other limitations prevent the use of esca lators. The lifts descend 85 feet at thc rate ot 800 feet a minute. Each can carry 17 persons. At peale periods, when thia are In action together, a lift will leavr each landing every 34 seconds. No attendant ls in charge. Passeng ers enter a lift as the doors swing open obey 4 loud speaker warning to "stnnc' clear of the gates." and wait for the auto matic closing of the doors. Use of ? talking film strip gives the loud speaker effect. Each, ll ft ls provided with seven ropes any two of which would bî. sufficient tr carn' a loaded car] and apparatus ls fit ted'which will stop all three lifts shoulc' even one of the ropes become slack ai break. Safety gear on both thc car and thr counter-weight ls brought Into operation by govern...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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May Day Procession. IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY AT ALL SAINTS'. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

May Day Procession. IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY AT ALL SAINTS'. The annual May Day procession took place at AU Saints' Church, Liverpool, on Sunday last. It was well attended. The procession assembled at 2.45 pm. and comprised the children of the parish and men of the Holy Name Society. The processional hymn was. splendidly sung and was broadcast over the air. The altar at the church was specially dprorated by members of the Altar So ciety. There were visitors from most of tne neighbouring parishes as far out as' Campbelltown. Much of the success ls due to the Sis ters of the various schools, who trained the children for the occasion. At the church , a-special'sermon was delivered by Rev. |Pr. Nolan, OJS.F.M., of Maryfields Monastry, Campbelltown. Ttie service was devotional and inspir ing. At the afternoon tea the president of the Theresia n Club,. Sydney. Miss Nel-. son, delivered a very fine address to the Children of Mary.

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

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Liyerpool Tennis Club. The sixth of the series of ladies' mid week tournaments played on the club courts last week had an entry of six pairs, who thoroughly enjoyed an ex cellent afternoon's tennis. The Camp belltown pair, Mrs. Welch and Mrs. Hall, played most consistent tennis to win their five sets at 6/2, 6/2, 5/3, 6/2, 7/1, and on the opening of the handicaps they were declared the winners wi*h 35 games, from on 5; whilst Miss Brewer and Mrs. G. Thompson were runners-up with Si, from on 15. The ladies' club tournaments will be discontinued until further notice, as the S.D.T.A. ladles' mid-week competition commences on Wednesday of this week, and lt will probably be well towards the end of July before lt ls finalised. The club has entered two teams In the ladles' competition, and the following players have been selected for same: No. 1: Miss O. Hitcher (captain), and Mesdames A. Topen, H. R. Ayres and J. [Shortis. No. 2: Miss A. Rae (captain). 1 and Mesdames C. Heeger, c. Thompso...

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Liverpool Tennis CIub.¡ Only one team is listed for a match in ¡ the competiiicn next Saturday-the A re sé» ve 1 v Gundarocs at Campbelltown, the A reserve 2 and the B grade -having byes. The A grade and the B reserve have completed the first round and will mark time fer two Saturdays, until the commencement of the second lound; but the s.D.T.A. secretary is endeavouring tq_ arrange to play next saturday the , matches which were postponed on ac count of tain on April 24, and if these are arranged the matches will be as fol- I lew:-Al v Camden, Wimbledon v A2, B Reserve v Eaglemont. Players in these three teams are advised to communicate with the hon. aecretary of the club to see if these matches are definitely being played. The following players have been se lected to play in the teams for Saturday next:-Al and A2 mo altération); A Reserve l (ladles, Mrs. H. Ayres and Mrs. J. Shonis); B Reserve (.ladles, Mis. R. Dunbar and Miss C. Thomson). If the postponed matches are not ar ranged...

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LIMIT TO ALDERMEN'S ORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIMIT TO ALDERMEN'S ORATORY. At last meeting of Bathurst Council, at ll p.m. Aid. P. Blomfleld rose to re quest that he be permitted to return home, and at the same time suggested that a limit be placed on the oratorical efforts of his fellow aldermen. The town cleric produced the Local Government Ordinance, and it was dis covered that aldermen may not speak more titan once on the same question unless by way of explanation on some point not made clear, or to correct a misstatement. A time limit of 10 min utes is set down under the Act, and council agreed that henceforth this should be honored no longer in the breach, but In the correct observance.

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

Wc now Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/* fpent, au can redeem them for Valuable PreienU. YOU CAN NOW SAVE further [| GRODP TOKEWS j on your HARDWARE, PAIN^; CROCKERY, etc., by Buyng at M. Christiansen, piy.iw Macquarie St.,LIVERPOOL, Tel. Liv. 20. Tel.:'Liv. 20. . P. FITZPATRICK HE lVDODEL BAKERY, Terminus and Scott .Streets, Tel.: 38 Liv. > LIVERPOOL. OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR/ IS QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the Betteijsread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR DREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. .ESTABLISHED MURRAY'S BREAD SPEAKS YOÍÍ ITSELF. -r Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and Quality. Tel. 433. / / George St., Liverpool. No connection witRany other firm. RELIEF COUPONS ACCEPTED. T FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: PI VERPOOL \ 63. We desire to particularly mention that we «tock only the Best of GoodsY- Groceries, Dairy Produce, Brao; Pollard, Chaff, etc. ...

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BASE BALL. LIVERPOOL WIN[?] FIRST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL WIN FIRST MATCH Tho local baseball team, playing on the home diamond Saturday last,   absolutely overwhelmed a team from Parramatta and ran out winners by 65 runs to 2. This score must surely be a record for any class of baseball, and as the locals still had two innings to bat   when the game was called, the century was in sight.   Tile visiting team is having its first season of baseball, and so far their idea of the game is very crude. Still, mak ing allowances for the extra weak oppo sition, the local boys gave a very pol ished display, especially in the field, where they were practically faultless. Bett and Randall, the two pitchers, were in good form, and Ben Rees was safe as catcher an his throwing to sec ond base was stronger than previously. Bill Keato played a perfect game, put ting out several men. The new man, Keith Spencer, is something out of the box and doesn't seem to be able to miss any decent throw. Childs (shortstop)...

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GLENFIELD. MARKET DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

GLENFIELD. MARKET DAY. The annual "Market Day" was held in the Glenfield Progress Hall, on Saturday May 1, and the Progress District Asso ciation will benefit to the extent oí ap proximately 155. The function was officially opened by Mr. 6inkfcat«r, Esq., manager of the Bajik-of NiS. Wales, Auburn. Mr. Sink feater «pent his «arly years at Glenfield 'and expressed his pleasure in revisiting his old home, and renewing old acquaint ances. To have the honour of opening "Market Day" end congratulated the ccmmltte on the splendid display in the various stalls. A motion of thanks to Mr. Sinkleater was- proposed by Mr. Hosking, and sec onded by Mr. A. J. Blinman, «nd carried ; by acclamation < The different stalls were under tne capable management of the following; Work stall: Mrs. Bulluss, Mrs. Phillips and Miss D. Blinmanproduce stall: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kennett, Dr. Phillips and Mr. G. Hosking; sweets stall: Misses C. McDonald, » G. Downes, A. Hosking B. McDonald, B. Murdock a...

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BIGGE PARK PASPALUM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

BIGGE PARK PASPALUM. At Liverpool council meeting on Tues day night, Aid. Childs said Bigge Park was In a scandalous state, owing to the growth of paspalum. Council decided to dig thc pest out and farrow and roll the area. The engineer suggested a type of mow er for cutting of grass in parks and on footpaths. The cost new was about C85, but it might be possible to secure a sec ond-hand one cheaply. Nothing definite was dtfie in the matter.

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Ejectment Powers. Right of Entertainment Proprietors. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

Ejectment Power«. Btg-M mt Entertainment Proprietors. A p'csoti attending R theatre, race cour-e or any other public pla;e of «n - tertsinment can be forcibly ejejtel after I he has been requested to leave, and has r fused to do so, without having any »otlnn for Fssaitlt. notwithstanding that his ticket of admission gives him the right to stay during the whole of the ferformance. If the proprietor of an entertainment cancels the license to enter th: premises, giv*n by reason of the purchase of a i täc-et cf admission, ithe< purchaser, in effect-bt^ÉsV ¡taés^sSeíV ' " *f . ' This;it'ip stated, lTíhe'broad effect or a High Court Judgment given lan week. Appeal to the Privy Ccuacil ls s4á ta bt consltered.

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Eat and Live Longer. STARVATION CRAZE IS ATTACKED [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

j Eat and Live Longer. | STARVATION CRAZE IS ATTACKED Many sad people are victims of the pre vailing- craze for dieting. They say that they live on four pieces cf toast, two apples, an onion, and a .Morsel of white meat a day. If we smile, they remind us that medi cal opinion is insistent that we ; all eat too much, and "that. Chose approaching middle-age should live on as little food Borne food-cranks are constantly study ing statistics oí the proteins, calories, and carbo-hydrates necessary to sustain life. They are wasting their time and ruining their health. When I was young respirators were prescribed for those with weak lungs. Il took several years for the doctors to o«s cover that respirators poinsoned the sys tem. Then came the turn nf thc appendix. The least pain in the "tummy" and you were "for it" with a handsome fee for the surgeon. Not long ago teeth were pulled out by the million. But now we are told that unless the trouble ls very exceptional it ls better to cling to,...

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

_^ATHRE freck .Sales, Trucking .JV,ri*S TO - ^ ^formation. «»<»e may be sold through Liverpool Saleyards. Ashcroft & Sons, pty.ua. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, , WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAt THAT BEATS THE REST! ASHCROFT AND SONS STOCK ALL THOSE MEATS SUCH AS STAND ANY PURITY TEST! HERE ARE THOE STOCKS GOOD JUDGES CAN EASILY EXCEL THE REST I REALLY THE PRIMEST AND CHOICEST ONLY ENTER THE ASHCROFT STOCKS. (FRESH MEATS THAT ARE TENDER AND JUICY THEY SERVE FROM THE ASHCROFT BLOCKS I 'TIS ALWAYS THIS POPULAR MEAT MART SUPPLIES YOU THE PRIMEST OF MEAT! So, «lien ASHCROFT AND SONS are. YOUR BUTCHERS YOU GET MEATS YOU CAN REALLY EAT. COME TO watson and Kilfoyle 194 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL, - FOR EVERYTHING FOR BABY TUNICS AND BLAZERS. BERETS, ALL COLORS. SLIPPERS, LADIES & CHILDREN. TUB FROCKS, OVERALLS AND APRONS. TOYS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. GIRLS' WARM PYJAMAS OVERS, FLEECY-LINED S, Fleecy-lined BLOOMERS, IES* LONG-SLEEVE NI...

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LIVERPOOL COUNCIL. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL COUNCIL. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING AW. J. F:' de Meyrick (Mayor), Aid. Nicholls (deputy), and Aid. Fabris.Hunt, Pratt, Haerse, Howarth, Childs, Green, Ingham, Lew-is and Ashcroft were pre sent at Tuesday night's meeting of Liv erpool council. The Local Government Department advised that it had no objection to a bonus of £50 to S. Metcalfe, provided such amount does not exceed: wages en titled under full award conditions.-The amount was passed for payment. The Labor anti Industry Department wrote setting out coronation cash pay ments to emergency relief workers-1/6 to £2/0/9, according to scale of work. Tile Labor and industry Department advised that arrangements could not be made to engage on relief works those who had not been so engaged during the pre vious six months.-Aid. Childs said he knew several men who had been regis tered throughout and unable to obtain relief work. The Water and Sewerage Board ad vised the proposed extension of water mains to Park and. WebsterTroa...

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

n WE HAVE 1 FROM. THEY* ABLY PRICED Sha\ H. SI D I S PE 195 Maoquan r--~"~ AUTHENTICALLY STYLED Be at ease and have a confident well-drewed appearance when attend ing formal function! this teaaon. Let Us" Tailor-To-Your Measure Your New DINNER SUIT For perfect fit, ?uperb finiih and correct tailoring to the lateet dictates of fathion from Che fkiM quality materials have your Dinner Suit Tailored ' From £5/15/-. WE ARRANGE TERMS WEAR WHILE YOU PAY. Harold T. BRADLEY TAILOR Thone: Liv. 143. & CLOTHIER, 215 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL. WE ACCEPT ALL CASH ORDERS. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE'S TIMBER - LIME-CEMENT Glass Cut to Site. .Wire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware/ Tradesmen's Tools. Paints and Oils. ^Metters' and Ward's StoVes. Best Selected Grocer\*< 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 o...

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

/ FIREWORKS IN BOXES - A NICE VARIETY, 6d. I/ per Box. ALSO LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENGLISH and CHÍNESE FOR EMPIRE DAY. JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY-2000 BOOKS by th» Myb Popular Authors. Membership 2/-, Exchange 3ç A. WYCH 'PHONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL. Ready-to-wear Sac Suits Cut in Smartest Styles and N%ply Finished, in Fancy Blues and Grey Iyworstedsl y Call in and Try One onv ALL SIZES for £2/1 A. CLYDE LIVERPOOL. Church Services. NOTE-Changes of these 'notices must reach this office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church ?f Christ. Scientist, .Parramatta. ' Sunday Services, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wednesday 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, Th. Sch. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, LIVERPOOL. Rev. Fr. McCormick, P.P. Rev. Fr. Lpen. IJAPTIST CHURCH. .Corner Norfolk and Castlereagh Sts. Sundav next.-...

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

SHIRE OF NEPEAN, Aggregate Revenue Account for the Year ended 3 I st December, 1936 EXPENDITURE. INCOME. Administrative Expenses. Public Works. Health Administration Public Reserves. Sundries. Public Services Cattle Straying. Destruction oí Noxious Plants Shire Property Other Land, Plant, et. Miscellaneous Expenditure. £ s. d. 1489 9 2 28239 4 1 110 C 0 1 ll 8 8 9 3 S 18 10 27 12 1 230 4 7 £30,118 15 8 To Balance, being suralus of Revenue over Expenditure for yea-ended c d. 479 7 8 £30,598 3 4 To Transfer to Investment Funds- * For assets purchased during the year .. 1137 10 0 For payments li reduction of Deferred Payment Deits. 475 18 0 Balance, being sujplus of Revenue over pay- ' mente from Revenue carried to Available Funds A/c " ...... .'.." 1 2 3 1014 10 3 £ s. d. General Rates & Extra Charges 4203 15 lo Special Rates. 550 1 5 Sundry Income G.P. Public Works D.M.R Grants. 7145 2 ll Less Contn. to Department 547 12 8 4753 17 431 & 6597 10 3 Sundry Income. 18067 ...

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