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

MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. Mr. «nd Mrs. <S. A. Sallows are re ceiving; congratulations on the birth of a baby «laughter, whom they have named Sarah May. She tjras born at Milby Pri vate Hospital in Campbelltown on -April 20. f Mrs. P. Noonan) ls now recovering from the heart attack which caused her to faint Inst Monday week. Little Miss Desma Roach was playing on a swing she had constructed in her garden last Saturday when she fell from lt and broke her'leg. She was taken to hospital in Campbelltown to have it set. Mr. and Mrs. D. O'Donnell, of Lumeah, have a new baby son. MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT. On Sunday, May SUk.Vlvian Hawes, of Minto-road, Minto, «Hts liding on his motor cycle along inp main Southern road, in front of Mr.\ Paton's residence, Campbelltown, at about 4 p.m. Riding pillion was Arnold Clkrges, from, the Surgical Gut Factory, Ingleburn, rp or der to avoid an oncoming car, the motor cycle swerved and crashed onto the loose gravel shoulders on the side of the voad. ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

ÇIIBISTJAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. Adam and Fallen Man was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Tel was: "As we have berne tile image of the earthy, we shall also "bear the image of tile heavenly." 1 Cor. 15:49. " ' Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon,' was the follow ing: "As sin hath reigned unto death, even so might grace reign through right eousness unto eternal life by Jesus Christ our Lord." Romans 5:21. The following passage from the christ ian Science text book, "Science and Health with. Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "It is only by acknowledging the supremacy of Spirit, which annuls the claims bf mat ter, that mortals can lay o?f mortality and And the indissoluble spiritual link which establishes mfln forever i'i the di l'y-p^ss, Inseparable from his creat or." P.491. Crumpets r>r°. delicious when split, CT wt into strips nr>d fried fiirly quick'y with baron. left-over plain suet pud din...

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L.G. ELECTIONS. MINISTER'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

L.G. ELECTIONS. MINISTER'S ADVICE. The election of aldermen and c-ufccll lors to municipal and shire councils will tai-» place early in December. The suc cessful candidates will hold office for thre» years. - The Minister for Works and Local -Go vernment (Mr. Spooner) stated that the had recelv. d a -number of suggestions, ta secure the smoother working of the elec toral machinery. Certain alterations had (boen made in the electoral ordin ances which should assist in reducing the number of Informal votes which ap pïored to be the necessary csucomltant of every election. - In some cases the elector appeared to become confused with the procedure re qu'-ed by Parliamentary elections, where v»ilr.g was by numbers. His vot? would he com ted J>S a valid vote If the re turning officer was satisfied that the marking clearly Indicated his intentions. AnoHiler and very fruitful source of invalid votes in tr« past had been the InabUlty or neglect cf the witness ton r«-tal vote correcUy to f...

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

MARSH^É SHOES FOR MEW at BEAKERS REPAIR i/t8c, FOOTWEAR^ SHOP, SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire.syion). LIVERPOOL, For Men's F86twear and LadleV and Men's Slippers and Sports Shoes. UP-TO-DATE BOOff : REPAIRING PLANT FOR QUICK SERVICE ; J jj BOOT REPAIRS. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS''AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. MOTHER'Sj(>PAYJ_JV!OTHER'S DAY ! MÄTH.EJ?«^ £*V^C.^S BUT ONCE A VEAB' ANDIT IS THEN OUR PRIVILEGE TO GIVE HER SOMETHING IN RETURN FOR ALL SHE HAS DONE FOR US. T IS^ySFZJ^I&FV*0- DUCK WORTH'SJÍAVE MADE A SPECIAL SELECTION OF GIFTS SUITABLE FOR HEJtT SUCH AS Woollen Jumpers and Pullovers. fsey of Shelley China. Handkerchiefs, Specialty boxed. \Taflet «equi Hes, Perfumes, tte. , Wool to make a Jumper. Wooks, Colored Glass, etc., etc. WE HAVE THESE GÍFTS, AND MANY MORE, AT PRICES TO SUIT y(/, -: ALL PURSES. DUCKWORTH'S 'PHONE: Lir. 303. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. Essentially Modern/ín appear ance, this New/5.T.C. Mantel Model is a unique departure from convectional design. The aerialIsar s...

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VAGRANT. ("Liverpool has been over-run with vagrants."—News item.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

VAGRANT. ("Liverpool has been ov^r-run with vagrants."-News item.) He came into Liverpool, Tramping about, Wi h a hole in his pants, And his shirt hanging out; His galt was unsteady, His breath metho.-laden; He camped at the bridge As tb/; daylight was fadin'. He dined on the /pies That he bought with a "zacTK' Which ho cadged from a "mug" And wou!d never pay back. His fire burned bright , , Cm the frech river's bank,. Yet his billy stayed empty Twas metho. he drank. A peor helpless vagrant, Who didn't much care If the police took him In. Par his home was nowhere; Unable to realise ;. ' How low he'd sunk. Day and night soaked Di the Spirit, he'd drunk. ] He didn't want work; 1 He cou'd beg Just enough Tb quench his cruel thirst ' For the fiery stuff; ' And a morsel of bread. That ht tttll mleht contrive To swallow more metho. ' To keep him alive (?).. ¡

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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FASHION HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

': Betty fumes» -te -'«xt«JLt4y' mat ü& jpw wfttw,^Mwvsa tor .WC w ilie iliori, gauntlM-Ot» cuff* .pen* glc-ves. ? The' watwv* «et in , art «ase of toviolse.-shell,. and fl« «umerá,"*! on the fae» rn« hand-cutl fr3m tMP"J* I sane material. ^Mi I "For holiday affairs, Cecilla parker JM<" having a coronet fashioned ¿.from' rf I holly. Tre bsirles form a cluster at JT Up of the.head, with leaves ?fashlor^Ma"< the bandeau... Tile coronet ls ïréP'» M [to last indefinitely. >d M( i Maureen O'Sullivan recommends jî/.' ored culottes for travel. Her hewl"0.01' lof woodsman groen tweed features'¿nd Ml lotte skirt topped by a vest o£ beigst Cam] a facket ci green. With it ride w v CH matching green suede accessories, fflmbl Joan Crawford is sponsoring the '. lcm of net hose for sports wear. k.l2). is wearing this type of stocking wil Ke her various sports and spectator sportive] frocks. JOM preiers a neutral color ancfl small mesh. V A novel addition to tailore...

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

'Phone: Liverpool 179. Established 19,04 pially Modern in appear íce. this New S.T.C. Mantel odel is a unique departure rom conventional design. The aerial is a self-contained inbuilt f unit. Voir simply plug in tune- in-^isten in. jSTR^TE GLADLY. inspe\R 1E R, B. G. D., Ambulance Staf DIO SERVICE, E A iE STREET. Large Stocks c NEW May be REPAIRS a layers [-.your own town for your pu can purchase the same District Agentfith Better Gut, and Better JL IQ wowan torts Depot jlES). )0D RE-STf I FOR TH/ MONTH V-, 15/-, and 20/ Beouty is every woman's he ond the woman of to-day tojfesïlLY. pride in keeping the femihine/lo{ _ - . of her skin. Muriel Astor offe/s it K^Otring tor 10/- ThlS of beauty preparations whJn ^edlj/we\\ ant| ¡, guaranteed momtain a clear healthy sk/i. an ' make a beautiful skin. (The/ ore i for every type of skin-\or each coloring, A T MunniV OLDING Tennis Rackets. A. I. MUKi<Al,M-ALSo IN STOCK. CITY PRICE CHEMIST _ Phone 223 LlVERPu>Q£'|'g DEPOT Tlhrid&...

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R. S. & S. I. L. A. LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

R. S. & S. I. L. A. LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH. Various matters cropped up at the Diggers' meeting on April 28 in Liverpool Memorial School of Arts. Reports by the president and the sec retary concerning Anzac Day dinner and Miss Coulson'S concert were adopted; also financial statements in reference to them. It was decided to postpone the annual picnic till the end of the year. The president welcomed two new mem bers-Diggers C. W. Clink and A. Cloke. The next meeting is to be held at Hill view on May 12, when a presentation ls to be made to Mr. J. Marsh, town clerk of Liverpool, on the eve of his departure for a holiday trip to England. Mr. Marsh nas acted as auditor to th* sub-branch for many years. The president, also for that occasion, has agreed to screen his pictures of a trip over the battlefields of Prance, a sublect of intense' Interest to returned men. j

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HORSE FORM. The Perennial Rumors About Talking and ex-Jockey Billy Duncan. How Lynch Law Fares for Next Season. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

H;ö1fflVF ORTT Tb» Perennial fiumsni About Talking .and ex-ioekey Billy Duncan. How Lynch tow Fare« Tor Nest Seaton. I (By TOM ELLIS. Two p Jennlal jokes ere worked on the turf witters of me eastern State*, o.ie ls that Bill Duncan is gJing to return lo the saddle. You will remember BM broke a bone in his neck four years ago, s-on af .er he won thc Melbourne Cup on Feter Pan in 1932. The secov.d j-k ls that there is something radically wrong with Talking walch may prevent bim from further* racing. The latest printed about Talking U that even th;., spring may not see him ..ii action. Such a declaration at this stage is ridiculous. Here lt is early Mty and net a single trainer has even i bought .of bringing .his champions in Lyncn Lew excepted. But the Derby favorite has had three months' sp-il already. y Cup horses of any notî do not come fi» until June-late June as a rule, so thèeeremalns well over ¿"month to sea hcw^talking is maturing . To say that he lMMji'y(matur.d at tue end of...

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MUNICIPALITY OF LIVERPOOL. SPECIAL LOAN. PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

LIVERPOOL. SPECIAL LOAN. PROPOSED LIVERPOOL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL hereby notifies in pursuance of the pro visions of Section 181 of the Local Government Act. 1919, that (1) The Council proposes to raise a Special Loan of £8000 for the ' purpose of road construction and the contraction of Improvements and embellishments era Bigge Park public res:rve. (2) Th:, late of Interest cn the proposed lom will net exceed four and a half (45) per centum per annum; and the securities .wllj, be Issued at pair. (3 lt is proposed to repay the loan ever a pe.iod of ce ven (7) years by 'four teen "(14) equal half-yearly tosal ments cf principal and interest com bined each amounting to £672/10/-. (4) Fer the purpose of meeting the in stalments referred ty hi paragraph <3j tlie law requires that, unless in CKCum.ta'.iccs providi.-d for, thr Council obtain? permission to 1)6 frain from levying a loan ratefor to j levy a reduced loan rato/ the Council khall levy a loan ratVsuffi I. cent to provide...

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CO-RESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

CO-RESPONDENCE I "George" (gone ?west) recently re ceived tip fellowing letter from "Millie," whom we don't know. George sont it to the Editor, thinking lt quite up to modern publication standard: "Dear Georgs,-I'm teilin' yer-Tern's taken un'o himself a wife. I'll say his worries are just about to begin; he nev r (feen had an annoyance before. They're living here, sorry can't mention the street. Bu1-she's tte one you divorced le at year. Do you care much ? m say nett Hughie ls still the same old lark cracks a fresh j-ke every time. Re member when he s'uck his finger through p, hoi* in the bottom of a tobacco t!n, and showed it to the police. Constable -wînt to lift lt out, and found lt was £¿111 attached lo Hughie. I'll say the cop g->t "wets" at being caught. Th'ngs Hughie says still make me Mush. Tm the only blusher left 1 Liverpool-can't get over th» old habit. Tick Alchtn is 8« fat as ever. Jack Marsli ls going to England-well to be some people. liverpool "News" has changed ...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. BUM, P.M., WM jon Ute Bench at Liverpool on Monday tfter six weeks o> annual leave. Mr. and Mn. Flack, of Charles-street, are holidaying on the worth Coast. Little Patricia Maloney, of Lepping ton, is ill in the ChUUrcn's Hospital, Camperdown. I A. Kelsey, of West tíWton, ls 111 In Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Paul Nicholson (five), fcf Northumber land-street, Liverpool, ls k patient In the Children's Hospial. / Mr. Jim Taylor, of Nfcrfolk-strect, has returned from hospital After an operation for appendicitis. / Home again and bsfth doing well are: Mrs. Joe Sweikert anil baby daughter, of Bcott-street, Liverpool. Mrs. Davies/ of Iptghth Avenue, Aus-1 tral, ls a pa-Uent In St. Joseph's Hos-1 pita!, suffering froh several fractured ribs, as at result of lan' accident when she . was thrown from lier sulky last Friday. Liverpool Council on Tuesday night carried a motion <Jf condolence to the re leathfes of the late Thomas Woodward. AW. Nicholls, at Tuesd...

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GOLF GOSSIP. TOPEN IVES TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 6 May 1937

GOLF GOSSIP. TOPEN IVES TROPHY. 'Br 'Donnie.") Topen. Ives Trophy, May 1: Par Handi cap.-Two players tied for this event against a strong field. Holman Hunt and P. Irvine were 2 up. Both these players are producing a very consistent game; their local knowledge of the layout en ables them to take full advantage of any assistance offered by the high side, or the run into the pin, etc. Holman's game has improved in every department, end with a little steadying influence he will be one of the club's top-notchers. Fred Irvine ls a cunning old player and wastes no tune on the tee, but gets to work in earnest. His reportory of strokes is numerous, and he is a very good man to play with. He is likely to come out on top any time. J. Shepherd's game is showing steady stroke making advance ment and Is now beginning to bear fruit. His methods are precise and careful, visualising each shot es it presents it self. The plus one on .Saturday was very encouraging, as the rest of the field were well ...

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

MUNICIPALITY OF LIVERPOOL FOR 8, at 11 a.m. ACTINA UNDER INSTRUCTIONS from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE, land on behalf of the MUNICIPALITY OF LIVERPOOL, JOHN V. TULLY, Auctioneer, Liverpool, will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION at the TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL, undermentioned k:- >-¿ " v * Properties: HENRY KETTLE, Lot 3, Section 57, Bathurst and Cas tlereagh streets ....'. Old System MALCOLM JOHN KING and ANOR., Lot 8, Section 2, .'Paèsfield-street .......Old System THOMAS ROYSTON THOMPSON LAING, Lot 51, At- kinson-street ............Old System           ARTHUR LAKIN MADDOCK, Lot 10. Section 1. Forbes and Lachlan streets. .. . Old System PHILIP MARSH, Lot 2, Section ll, Bull-street. Torrens , PHILIP MARSH, Lots 2-4, Mannjng-st, Section 9 .. Torrens PHILIP MARSH, Lot 7, Section 9, Bull-street Torrens ELIZABETH MAREDÍFH and ORS., Lot 10, Section 51, George-st" No. 1 .. .. .. .". . '. ..Old System ELIZABETH MAREDÎTH and ORS., Part Lot ll, S...

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SEXING OF CHICK[?] JAPANESE EXPERTS NOT AD[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

SEXING OF CHICK JAPANESE EXPERTS NOT ADt The Department of the mteft informed the Minister for Agrí (Mr. Main) that permission wilED. granted for Japanese chick sennas perts to visit Australia during tjiurc hatching season. mot be Tile humber of local sexerig ex. qualified at examinations co^oming the Department of Agricultui hold certificates of proficient have sexing issued by the department 0y special'class, ten first-class, anonow ond class. /hick It ls considered that a nJone these at present holding ser sec certificates should be successf/ tying for higher certificates, u* of future, and in view of the /class local .operators, who service/ quail - available, all demands durin» near lng season should.be met. \r 0f -t has also been decided thjnow dltlonal second-class certlficaterom Lssued by tile department, and ti at future examinations .must qi ad the "first-class" or "sp^Ral*' À be certificates. jâates " ' ) tor itain

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LIVERPOOL LAND SALE All Lots Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

LIVERPOOL LAND SALE All Lots Sold. Over 200 buyers were present at Liv erpool council Chambers last Saturday morning when, on behalf of the Liver- ' pool Council, Mn John V. Tully, of Liv- I erpool, auctioned 42 lots of land, all of | which were sold, the highest price be- ¡ lng for lots in George-street, which i brought £2/4/- per foot. The majority of the people present I were speculative builders, and several mentioned that building of homes would bc shortly commenced, which meant more progress to the town. j

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PAPER-MAKING FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

PAPER-MAKING FACTS. ? Prcí. Clarence E. libby, ol Cyracuse Unlv.rslty," vouches for the following: The wasp was thc first paper-making machine, chewing up wood and spread ing layers of the pulp over its home. Several modem methods use essenti ally the same process. A modern paper maohin? tums out a mile of material each minute. A single issue of a large daily metropolitan paper uses mere paper than was us'd In the whole Untied States in 1800. The Sunday edition "re quires tho produce of 240 acres of pu'p wood fores's. The newsprint used year ly in the United States would make a sheet 450 wide'from fee earth to the mcon. Despite large us:, thc 'newsprint takes only ab:ut 4 f.er o?nt. of all the wood cut In North America.-Science Bernice. DvEt the bcokshettns once a month with powdered a'um'and wMte pepper. Gilt-edges, gilt-lettered and leather b;>und boote, whep not in constant .ute/ should also bs covered with greaaeijjrfjK or ÜMM paper.

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£5 QUICK-STEP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

£5 QUICK-STEP COMPETITION. Dancers will be well catered for at thc (Liverpool Town Hall, on Saturday, May 22, when the grand Anal of the £5 quick-step competition will be held. Tommy Dessiax and Jean Winchester I will give exhibition dances, and there will tac a prize for the most popular girl and boy. The wlnnirs cf the quick-step competition will be eligible to compete in the Werriwa Cup (filled with silver coins). First-class orchestra, refresh rrmts and novelties 'will assure a good ev-iiing's enjoyment.

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GUTTER FLEETS OF EPINAL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

CUTTER FLEETS OF EPINAL * _._~ At Eplnal. France, every eve of Good Friday the children of the town hold a paperrsliip regatta of their own, when ships largi arid small, simple and ela borate, all gaily lit with candles, go sWling 'dcwn'the rushing stream, the children screaming with delight ás they follow thç fortunes of their paper ven tures, in the fleet that sails down the gutters, specially flooded' by the munl c'pal authorities for the occasion, are types of all kinds-Spanish galleons, Vik ing ships, Roman triremes, and Noah's artes. F."en a humble wooden shce, with kntttlng-'iiiredle mast and paper sail, -cr a -cheese ' box, or just a colored paper foidr-d boat, an» to be seen among the "aristocrats" of the fleet. "The annual celebration is surrounded with ceremony and calls those with ships to sall march in procession and cannot launch their craft before a signal ls given. Prizes are awarded for the best ships. Tile annual fetivity is known as the fete of the "Champ-Gabot," ...

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ROSSMORE AND DISTRICT CYCLE CLUB. RACING RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

ROSSMORE AND DISTRICT CYCLE CLUB. RACING RESULTS. Eight-mile handicap, May 1, Greg. Moffat (0.30) 1, Ossie Cowan (0.5) 2, and fastest time. Bill Moloney (1.5) 3. Eight-mile handicap, May 8, Bill Glov er (3.10) 1, Claudp Ryan (3.10) 2, Albert Askew (0.30) 3, Ocsie Cowan (scr) fait est time.

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