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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

gs u», y<?u^j^j gs savings, with MEER I you specify that the Hü nber be supplied by ss of fliegest, and wi^l show real Ä ipply TimBR in any quantity for every 25 -:lllll®lll!lllll!li®llllllll!IIHSIII!l!!lllltll DOm GBoopTOMWsj WKE 8) BE DISAPPOINTED ! 14) 0re y°ur Boot Repairs are 0 REPAIRS, 181 Macquarie StiK^jfLE Y4 MEMBER OF N S.W. MAST"^ Ä 7 - LIVERPOOL ?R. BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ¿7CIATION." ÇCTRICAL & RADIO INJ. ^VV".^8'cal1 Licensed MaCqÄeE Sí^leclrícal' Contractor, 7 - - - LIVERPOOL 'IOM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). FAMILY ORD Ask for TEL, LIVERPOOL, . ^DELIVERED. ARSDEN TeIephone:? w¡u pix You Right. Liverpool 264. HIS MASTERS VOICE" 6 VALVE ALL-WAVE RECEIVER With th« new; "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" 6-valve all-wave receiver you can travel the world of broadcasting and be tun that, whichever programme you chooit, it will come to yoi/ with a fuller repro duction of the original than ever before chained. Manufactured in Auitrolio and designed for Auitralian conditi...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BUTTERFLY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

BUTTERFLY THEATRE. For Saturday and Monday next the Butterfly Theatre programme will In clude "The General Died at Dawn" and "The Devil is a Sissy," two splendid at tractions; also "Mickey Mouse" cartoon, "Three Orphan Kittens," and "Can't Think." For Wednesday next: "Crack Up," "Polo Joe," Serial and Shorts. "Walking on Air" and "The Revenge Rider" will bc shown on Thursday, May 20.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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NEW MINISTER INVITED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

NEW MINISTER INVITED. At the meering or the members of Liv erpool Presbyterian Church last Mon day night, it was decided to invite Rev. Claude Wearne, of Coonabarabran, to ac cept the position at Liverpool. Mean while, Rev. Percy Hope will conduct ser vices from May 30. ,

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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FENCING TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

FENCING TAKEN. Toe galvanised iron fencing ls being "JJfied" from the Woodward Park recre ation ground. The attention of the police is being drawn to Hie matter, and we understand ah' arrest is likely.

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HERE AND THERE HAPPINESS TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

l^lHAmNOBS TENNIS CLUB. ' ?Playing In Ute «Ingle» in the Happlnes» KID'S Kennte .competition on Sunday, ^Hilton defeated h KemUter 6/0, 6/0, fc^aVand C. Thome defeated Prank ßtan *tf»/J. 6/2. 6/6..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

JENT, i les, Trucking .\ion. , *J\s.vt& Jp ugh Liverpool Saleyards. r^iichm* sons, piy. Lid. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST ! Ashcroft and Sons stock ail those meats suet as s'and any Purity Test ! r,? «P' those stocks, good Judges say. Can easily excel the rest, cally the Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are tender and ju'cy Thy malt! from the Á"hcr ft blrcks. "TV always this Popular Meat Mart Supplie? ycu the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat 1 Willson » Kilfoyle 194 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL, - FOR - EVERYTHING FOR BABY TUNICS AN» BLAZERS. BERETS, ALL COLORS. SUPPERS, LADIES & CHILDREN. TUB FROCKS, OVERALLS AND APRONS. TOTS. OF ALL' DESCRIPTIONS. STATIONERY ¿\ FANCY GOODS. BOYS & GIRLS' WARM PYJAMAS PULLOVERS, FLEECY-LINED VESTS, Fleecy-lined BLOOMERS, LADIES' LONG-SLEEVE NIGHT DRESSES. SILK AND WOOL VE...

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MINTO NEWS. EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

MINTO NEWS. EUCHRE PARTY. Last Thursday night. May 6, a euchre party was held in the School of Arts by thc Parents and Citizens' Association to help defray expenses of the Coronation Day Celebrations. ! The ladies' prize was won by Mrs. Wll-1 Hams, and the gentlemen's by' Mr. Hlb- ? bard. j Supper was served .by Mesdames Mur ray. Morgan. Smart, P^ach, and Howes, Among those present were Mesdames Westbury, Murray, Smart. Howes. Mor gan, Roach, Downey, Darling, Williams, and Messrs. Blackman '.Murray (Mayor of Ingleburn). Downey (Campbelltown). Roach, Therling (Glenfield), Howes. Knowles, .Williams, Hibbard, Dawson, Westbury (Mayor of Campbelltown), West, and Hfclman. PERSONAL. , Mr. Blackman is down from Bathurst, and ls staying with Mr. and Mrs. Knowles, sen. ' .

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AFTER HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

AFTER HOURS. , At Liverpool Court on Monday last, Reginald Spray was charged with hp.vinf been found on the premises of the Col lingwood Hotel, Liverpool, on April 16. The case was heard ex-oarte, and de fendant was fined 'El. costs 8/-. Wl'liams Joseph Cele, as licensee, was charged with not keeping the bar closed, during prohibited hours, and with' be ing the licensee of premises in which pcr sins were found du-!ng unlawful hours. This eas» was adjourned to June 7, by agreement. Printed and published at ."The Sit" Newspaper Office. Smart-street. Fair field, New South Wales, by the bñ prittor, W. J. Bright. *

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSIDE THE CIGARETTE, [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

INSIDE THE CIGARETTE, investigators have reported the pre sence of th- fo'lowtng substance: In 'c'g arette smcke: Furfural, carbon monox ide, hydrogen, sulfide, hydrogen cyanide, methyl alc"h"I. hydro-carbons, resine, Mnmunla, arsenic, and, of course, nico tine. The nicotine content of £tnofc". varies Inveneiy with the moisture content cf the tobacco; .strone puffing causes more nicotirjn to enter the roioke; ahd there is a considerable condensation cf 'nicotine in the cigarette stub. Smoke which the smoker draws into lils mouth has an acid reaction, that which goes Into the air from the end ct the cgsretfe Is alkaline.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BASEBALL. WESTMEAD DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

BASEBALL.* WESTMEAD DEFEATED. Last Saturday Liverpool again defeat ed Hie opposing. team by brilliant bal tïiïg and quick fielding. As another matc^i was starting at 3.IS, this game lasted only five Innings; but this was enough lo stall the local boys going at their top, and they ran cut ?winners by 14/4.'. Liverpool won the toss (Ph, boy; can he toss that coin!), an£ although West mead played a really good game, big hits by B. Childs and ó. Davies put the issue beyond doubt)- B. Childs and G. Davies, Liverpool's big hitters, showed us they have not lost form by hitting one home run each, and when these boys hit that pill it sure does travel. P. Fettltt, the other big hitter for Liv erpool, had a sore eye, or that was tue excuse he gave us for not hitting his usual home run; and I might say I be lieve "him. K. Spencer, on, first bag for Liverpool, showed us he ts class. Anything within his reach ls just too bad for the runner. Let us not forget the catcher, B. Rees, who' playrd Iiis...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

THE FAMOUS MOTOR CYCLES, RUDGE & NEW IMPERIAL JWay be inspected at our Works, near Ambulance Station, L 1 y E R P O O Li EASY T/RMS. Large Stocks of Sedond-Hand Cycles. REPAIRS an^XcCESSORIES. Watson si Kilfoyle District Agents for BRJTISCO Cycles. W WOUMi Beouty is every woman's heritage - ond the woman of to-day tans great pride in keeping the femihine/loveliness of her skin. Muriel Astor offe/s a series of beauty preparations whirfi help to maintain a clear healthy sic/, and also malee o beautiful skin. (The/ ore correct for every type of skin-lip/each natural coloring. A.T. MURRAY,MPS. CITY PRICE CHEMIST Phone 223 LIVERPOOL SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed iy To<ojîi and Co., Limited, / Sydney, Australia, v / and BOTTLED BY \ y HARLIE . PEARN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVER? O O L. Telephone : Liverpool 111.

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LADIES' AUXLLIARY. LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

LADIES' AUXLLIARY. UVERFOOL SUB-BRANCH. The usual meeting of the above branch was held In Liverpool Memorial School of Arts, the president, Mrs. Alchin, being in the chair. There was a good attendance of mem bers, and after the business paper was disposed of members adjourned for ping pong, many games of which were hotly contested. Mrs. Alchin, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Helliwell, Mi's. James and others played sets. The auxiliary received with much re gret the resignation of Mrs. Ward as sec I retary. She has held thc position for a I long time. * I Mrs. Smith was elected in her place.

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WAR RISKS TOO RISKY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

WAR RISKS TOO RISKY. Convinced that property on land can np longer be fairly insured against de struction from war, insurance, compan ys havx decided to eliminate from their po'lcies covers against 'war risk fcnd »mied civil strife.". The decision affecte companies through cut the world, except the United States. lt was reached at a meeting iii London cf Uie fire offices committee, together wifi renresentatlves of Lloyd's. Experiences of insurance companies in Sre'n haw shown underwriters that de s'ruc'ion rf property by high explosives sn>1, particularly, by fleets of Iwmhprs. is s-> enormous tHU in a single raid ou a modem1 city cbuiw wipe out the whole essets cf a company-.

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Liverpool P. and C. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

The htonlhly meeting of tho fejiove ag. sootnttoit wHi held at 'Llverpopl School on May 8, Tl»e president, Re\L,Harley-. Jonfs. WAS unavoidably absent* and Mi-. H. i* Duckworth took the chair.' * The association bf s been pressing for additional accommodation'and'Mr. Ton kin headmusler, reported that the dis trict inspector had within the- last few days paid a visit to the school and sub mitted plans for additional buildings. It is h°Ped' that thjs year's estimates wlU permit of these ?'necessary additions .be ing put in hand. " ' The secretary. Mr. Pender, submitted financial report or ' recent social.' which was adopted. The "matter of purchasing a framed photo of his Majesty the King was de- I ferred to next meeting.

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SUCCESSFUL DANCE. Moorebank Ratepayers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

SUCCESSFUL DANCE. Moorebank Ratepayers and Settlers' Association. The dance, held In the Chipping Nor ton Hall on Saturday. May 1, in aid of the iunds of the above association, was a very successful and enjoyable function. Notwithstanding a counter-attraction in Liverpool, the attendance was good, and the music supplied by the Golden Bell Orchestra was most excellent. Mr. C. Regan as M.C., a good supper, I and many novelties were responsible for such a good time The Cinderella ano Gretna Green dances were the cause ol nu:cu. merriment. Praise is due to Mrs. Worthington, who organised the function, and also to the ladies who assisted. . , Copy must be clearer iii future!"-Kt;

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

CIIEISTJAX SCIENCE CHURCHES. Adam and Fallen Man was the subject In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Tet was: "As we have berne tile image of the earth}-, we shall also "bear the image cf the heavenly." 1 tor. 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 ls orily by acknowledging the supremacy of Spirit; which annuls the claims of mat ter, that mortals can' lay o?f mortality and And the indissoluble spiritual Unit which establishes m¡<n forever in th* di ".1"" (.>f"pss, inseparable from his creat or." P.491. Crumpets «re delicious when split or pvt. into strips and fried fnirly quick'y With bacon. left-over plain ...

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District Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

District Water Supply. Mr. J. J. MbGlrr, M.L.A., has received the following from thc Minister for Works and Labnr Government:-"WiCli reference to ynur personal representa tions, on behalf cf 7.iverpool Council, re lative to the provision of a water sup ply to Raby. Austral nnd Hoxton Park West. I have to advise vou that the mat ter has now been considered bv the Gov ernment. These extensions, as vou are aware, would not \y. self-suwnrtincr un less +he extra rate were levied upon the ratable lands In the areas. It has h»"n .W.Med. fherefore, that the Metropolitan Water. Sewerage and Drainage Board's wMfnrm rate shall b? levied and the de ficiency made gocd to the Board by the Government."

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. HOURS: Monday to Thursday- | library: 2.30 to 5.30. arid 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 Friday, 2 to 6, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex-, chang? on books, 3d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

:,VV"' r'Xï'!<',l^f^-imv'umm^ß\^ur:: ^..j^ We DOW Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/- .pent, ctn redeem them for Valuebte PreienU. orv* YOU CAN NOW SAVE further GBODP TOKEWS 1 on your HARDWARE, PAINTií CROCKERY, M. Chris etc., by Buyng at .Hy., Lid Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL, Tel. Liv. 20. Tel:*Liv. 20. ITZPATRICK EL BAKERY, terminus and Scott .Streets, Tel.: 38 Uv. _ LIVERPOOL. OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOIj/ IS QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the BetterjSread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 193", and Other Years. .ESTABLISHED MURRAY'S BREAD SPEAKS FOf{ ITSELF. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and Quality. Tel. 433. / / George St., Liverpool. No connection with^any other firm. RELIEF COUPONS VoCEPTED. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: PIVERPOOLW We desire to particularly mention that we stock only the Best of >aTl GoodsY- Groceries, Dairy Produc...

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EMPIRE DAY. Liverpool Junior Technical School. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

EMPIRE PAY. liverpool Junior Technical School. Thp children ol Liverpool School as sembled ât the Liverpool Town Hall f°r Empire Day celebration. "Rule Britan nia;"' "The Recessional." and "Advance Australia Pair" were sung spJrndidly" by .-.he children. Misses J. Ollis, M- Bridges ind A. Ma*on- danced the HigluVvJ Fling; Misses M. Bridges and M. Mac farlane danced the Irish Jig and sailors' Hornpipe; and Misses 0. Agnew and P. Bush nIso danced. Mrs. Macfarlane act ed ns accompanist. Col. de If-eyrlck, Mayor of "Liverpool, acted ai cKurniRU. Rev. R. Harley .Tones (president of the P. " and CA.), | Mrs. and L. Duckworth (president of the.' Returned Soliders' Association), and Capt. Baskin (Salvation Army), address ed thc assembly of parents and children. Mr. Tonkin (headmaster), with whom was Miss Speis (headmistress), gave the final address. After singing "God Save the King." the children dispersed, the rest of the day bsing a holiday..

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