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WEDDING. Simpson-Bowie. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

WEDDING. Simpson-Bowie. The wedding took place, at St. Luke's Church of England last Saturday even ing, of Miss Jean Bowie, eldest daugh ter of Mr. Harry Bowie, of Liverpool, and Mr. Robert Simpson, second son of Mrs. E. Simpson, of Leeton,

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

ÍKBOUT PEOPLE. Mr«. Nicholls, of Maajuariewitreet.httd A'letter from lier «rn Peter, who u in England with Ute Scout*' contingent. He is enthusiastic about the trip, naturally. . . . Mrs. Aldcrson, who had been at a rest home at Wahroonga, is home again,' much improved in health. . ' . Sergeant Dudley has resumed duty after two and a half months' leave, ow ing to indisposition. He appears to bc bis old self again. * * * Mr. Les Saunders, of Mill-road, is about again after illness in hospital: . . . Mrs. Bamford, of Queen-street, Camp belltown, is a patient in a private hos pital at Campbelltown. * . * ' Mr. Guy Marsden, of Hume Highway, has left for Mudgee, where his firm, has appointed him. » * . The death occurred on May ll of Mrs. P. J. Bamford, relict of the late E. J. Bamford, of Campbelltown. _

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M[?]REBANK NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

MOOREBANK NEWS PERSONAL   Miss L^Ba Seaton underwent a suc cessful oj^Btloh üi Parramatta Hospital Whilst fishing at Thorne's clearing in the Georges River last weekend, Mr Stan Reeve caught 48 blackflsh up to 2lb weight. ?Mr'. Hudsoft, who recently lost the top off a Anger,'isVtejed to have that mem ber practically Theated up. Mr. Woods, nf Hammondville, (s home from hospital after being injured In mi accident at Warwick FiStm crossing. fit. "Frita" Stockton, ofMllawarra-rd.. cut his left leg'Wlth a hoe inst'week', and two stitches hadlto bc insulted. ' Mr. Hugh Wa<t, who wat reported to have killed a green snake, cad not kill it in his yard, but bt Manden'* Mr. Walter Frankland, /(ccompan.eu by his mother, is'holidaying' in Queens land, wheie thej^ are touifng the coun try by car. ? I Miss Jean Worley. oí/Moorebank, is doing well after her reçoit operation. HOUSE PA/RTY. A very pleasant evening was spent at the home of Mrs. Kdlso, of Chipping Norton, last s...

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ESSAY ON "MAN." "POP-EYED BIPEDS!" [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

ESSAY ON "MAN." "POP-EYED BIPEDS!" The following "Essay on Man," said to have been written by a high school girl, has been smuggled out of the class room : "Man is what women marry. They have two. feet, two hands, end some times two wives, but never more than one collar and one idea at a time. Like Turkish cigarettes-men are all the same material-the only difference is tnai some are better disguised than others. Generally speaking, they may be divided, into three classes-husbands, bachelors and widowers. An' eligible bachelor is,a mass of obstinacy, entirely surrounded by suspicion. "Husbands are of three varieties prizes, surprises ?? and consolation 'prizes. Making a husband of a man is one, of the highest plastic arts known to civil isation. It requires science, sculpture, common sense, faith, and charity mostly charity. It is a psychological marvel that a soft, fluffy, tender, viole ;, cented thing like a woman should enjoy kissing a big, awkward and stubby-chin ned, tobacco-sme...

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GLENFIELD. Empire Day Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

I GLENFIELD. Umpire Day Celebration. Enir-e Day was celebrated at Glen fle;d Public School on Wednesday, 5th. Par nis tu¡á children wire in attendance it 10.30 a.m., when tile follow.ng pro pra irme wis carded out; Saluting the Flag; National Anthem; "Advance Australia Pair," ¿chop) çliil djen; address, A'.deiman G. Hosking; :cng, "Tlie Veteran," school children; aduvs', Mr. H. H. Watts; scng, "The Heiitrg;," pupils; "Tfte Goodwill Ids sage,"' read by the headmaster, Mr. Walkom; song. "Land of Our Birth," oupils; addres, Rev. R. Robinson; coro nation Hymn, pupils; Empire Day Play, junior pup ls; ''The .Recessional," "God Eave the icing." The children wer: then marched out, and were soon busily engaged partaking cf the good things provided by tile ladies cf the P. and C. Association and other*. Af er luncheon a very inter'sting cere mony was wi.nessed-planting four orna mental treer. in lgnor of Coronation Day. They were as' follow; "The Queen Tree" iplant d by Elizabeth Sanders); "K...

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United Australia Party WERRIWA CONFERENCE. New Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

United Australia Party WERRIWA CONFERENCE. New Secretary. The annual meeting of the Werriwa Divisional Conference of the United Aus tralia Party was held at Bulli Pass, bn May 1. The following branches were represented: Wollongong, Woonona, Aus tinmer, Sutherland, Miranda, Cronulla, Campbelltown, Menangle and Bringëlly Rossmore. Mr. A. J. Hand (president) occupied the chair. Mr. H. M. Storey, selected candidate, was present, in company with Dr. P. Louat. Apologies were ahnounced from West Wollongong, Corrimal, Picton and Mitta gong blanches. - . REPORTS. Mr.- Pryor (secretary) presented the annual report and balance-sheet, and this was adopted, on the motion of the president, seconded by Dr. H. H. Lee. Mr. Hand, returning officer for the selection ballot, in reporting on the con duct of tile ballot, said he had received splendid ftgsfcitance from the deputy re turning officers at the branch centres, and he congratulated them on the effic iency of their work. Messrs. Clowes and Hardy...

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FASHION HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

Betty Furn«» )s extr%äy * PWüd of Uer my/ clip ^psli|ivSi ;<or xwear on tile snort, gauntleUisbe cuff« of aper! gloves. The'watohils »et in ft case of tortoise-shell,, and aw ^urowftls oh the fae? are Iwntt-cutJ from $1« saire 'material. For holiday affairs, Cecilia Parker ls having a coronet fashioned'. Jrom' real holly. Tre bellies form a cluster at the tcp of the.head, with leaves"fashioning the bandeau... The coronet ¡Js treated to last indefinitely. Maureen O'Sullivan recommends tail ored culottes for travel. Her hew suit of woodsman gre?n tweed features'a cu lotte 6kirt topped by a vest of. be%s and a Jacket cf green. Wltli it rhe wears matching green suede accessories. Joan Crawford ls sponsoring the re turn of net hose for sports wear. ß:e ls wearing this type of stocking .with her various sports and spectator appris, frocks. Joan preiers a neutral color and. small mesh. A novel addition to tailored suits, ls us d to!}' Eleanor powell. She has ac quired quite a wa...

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

- ., - - .-r--;-. GEDDES' CHRISTMAS CLUB. Realising the extra money that is n:«1ed fcrVlhe Christmas shopping, and very often less money to purchase wi'h thJi state of affairs can be be greatly minimised by becoming a Member cf our Wonder Christmas Club. / A GOOD START IS A GOODT FINISH, therefore GEDDES' Wondei Christmas Cub ir leading off w«h a FREE GIFT OF 2/6 IN THE £. The distinct advantage is tmt nu have at Christmas and New Year a who'e fortnight to spend ycur CaibXr.oney by purchasing meat as you deâre. The plan ls to pay oither siKpenc; or a shilling when you have same to snare, until the total amounts to £1 :t must be distinctly undrrsfwd that the money is to be siie.it upon meat at Geddes' Meat Market during the Christmas Holidays, y.umt or: Pork may be .includ d In your purchase. WIN C SHift place t Tl. . Muriel Sha D I S 1 195 Mact Everything Perfect When wc tailor your new Costume you will he fully pleased. Material, 6tyle, cut, fit and will he right. Let us tailor You...

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MAN'S INSECT ENEMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

MAN'S INSECT ENEMIES. While not all insects are injurious, avid many are beneficial, there ar? s^tne 300 varieties that are unfriendly or even cangercus to man. They were hore long fce'crri we were, and are admlrab'y adapt d t-> continue rn this earth. If I we wou'd liv! here in relative security and comfort, we have this fight with insects constant y with us, net only for Iour personal comfort and safety, but to protect our feed supply. It is one of tv- never-ending contests which is necessary for u= on this planet j and t'le more we know about Jur premies ] the more ' successful this fight will be Und the ¡¿reatar vi!'.lie »!'!. rom.lcr» eut) '(t:iirltv. _ ' '.' ' '

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Negligent Driving. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

Negligent Driving. William Solomon was charged at Liv erpool Court on Monday with having driven a motor lorry at Liverpool on April 24 while under the influence ol intoxi cating liquor. The case was defended. Dr. James Pirie gave evidence that his examination satisfied him that defend ant was under the influence of intoxi cating liquor, and he did not think he could drive a car with much judgment. Cross-examined, witness said slight con cussion might produce a somewhat simi lar state. Constable Hobbs said "he went to the ssene rf an accident near Warwick Farm at 7.30 p.m.. where he saw a dpad horse in a drain off the bitumen, pieces" of a I smashed cart, were scattered about, and three injured persons we're being treat ed toy an ambulance officer. The vehicle alleged to be the cause of the accident was not iu Fight. Constable Hoare came from the direction of Sydney hi his pri vate car flf'd handed defendant over to witness. He said he had found defend ant some distance back standing...

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

W^y^^^^^j^s^g^^i^jm'i -rta ml*':''-'%^w*^'>t'"r('! ..nawnntttt''' p per Box ALSO LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENGLISH and CHÍNESE 0LARES FOR EMPIRE DAV. JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY-2000 BOOKS by th? M9& Popular Authors. Membership 2/-, Exchange 3¡ A. WYCH 'PHONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL, Ready-to-wear Sac Suits Cut in Smartest Styles and Nllply Finished, in Fancy Blues and Grey wflorsteds Call in and Try One on. ALL SIZES for £2/1 - FROM A. CLYDE - - - - LIVERPOOL. Church Services. NOTE-Changes of these notices must reach tills office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First .Church of Christ, Scientist, "Parramatta.' Sunday Services, io.3Ü 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 ajn. and 7.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, LIVERPOOL. Rev. Fr. McCormick, P.P. Rev. Fr. Leen. J5APTJST CHURCH...

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VAGRANT. ("Liverpool has been over-run with vagrants."—News item.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

VAGRANT. ("liverpool has been ov'i-run with vagrants."-News item.) He came into Liverpool, Tramping about. Wi'h a hole in his pants. And his shirt hanging out; His gait was unsteady, His breath metho.-laden; He camped at the bridge As tbp daylight was fadin'. He dined on the/pies That he bought with a "tauaS' Which ho cadged from a "mug" And would never pay hack. His fire burned bright , On the fresh river's bank,. ? Yet his billy stayed empty Twas metho. hie drank. A peor helpless vagrant, Who didn't much care If thc police took him in, Fer his home was nowhere; Unable.to realise . How low he'd sunk, Day and night soaked In the spirit, he'd drunk. He didn't want work; He cou'd beg just enough Tb quench his cruel thirst ' For the fiery stufl; Ard a morsel of bread. That he **1H mieht contrive To swallow more metho. To keep him alive (?)..

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HOCKEY. LIVERPOOL- UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

I HOCKEY. «By ".On Side") UVERPOOL - UNIVERSITY. What a game-both teams all cut from tile start to fi'oish. The Liverpool t-Om consisting mostly of men playing their first match, were good U see. Young Driscoll, in goals, old not have much to do, but what he did proved I im to have' the making of a good goalie -coil and accurate. Clarke icap.ain) was in his best form and stopped the Uni forwards time after time. ' Crimson, thc> other full-back, was in his rl?iit place and will be one ci the mainstays cf the team. Jack Jon°s was, as usual, a great half 1 and the team will miss him on his off ?Sa'tircays. Harman, counter-half, is on the ball all the time and passer well to his for wards, is a good back tackler, and seld om lets his man got away. Halton, at half, wants a little more coaching 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 he de ;rved the goal...

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

Liverpool Tennis Club. Only one team ls listed for a match in the competiiicn next Saturday-the A re seivc l v Gundarocs at Campbelltown, the A reseñ e 2 and the B grade having byes. The A grade and the B reserve have completed the first round and will mark time for two Saturdays, until the commencement of the second round; but the S.D.T.A. secretary is endeavouring to_ arrange to play next Saturday the matches which were postponed on ac I count of rain on April 24, and if these are arranged the matches will be as fol low:-Al v Camden, Wimbledon v A2, I B Reserve v Eaglemont. Players in these I three teams are advised to communicate I 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 Saturaay next:-Al and A2 (no alteration); A Reserve 1 (ladies, Mrs. H. Ayres and Mrs. J. Shortis); B Reserve (ladles, Mrs. R. Dunbar and Miss C. Thomson). If the postponed matches are not ar ranged ...

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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 — 13 May 1937

Toe Perennial Humor» About Talking «Rd ex-Jockey BlUy Duncan. How Lynch Law Fare« Tor Nwt geaion. (By TOM ELLIS. Two perennial jokes are worked on the turf writers of tne -eastern state*, o.ie is that Bill Duncan - is gMng to return to tlie saddle. You wilt remember Bill broke a bone In his neck four years ago, s "on bf.er he won the M~kbourne Cup on Feter Pan in 1932. The second J"k is that there is something radically wrong with Talking wnich may prevent, bim from further, racing. The latest printed about Talking I* that even tiK- spring may not see him AI action. Such a declaration at this stage is ridiculous. Here it is early Mc y and net a single trainer has even thought .of bringing his champions in Lyncn Law excepted. But the Derby favorite has had three months' sp.»l already. v Cup horses of any not; do not come until June-late June.as a rule. So Uittieremains well over a" month to see how ^Talking is maturing. To say that he hafe'^matur-d at tne end of this ;h ee-jBHPU seas...

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

WB8L,woEs-roir BLAKE' REPAIR ¿ FOOTWEAR MOP, fi i, SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire Station*, /iLVERPOOL, For Men's Footwear and Lalies^/and /Men's Slippers and Sports Shoes. / UP-TO-DATE BOOT .REPAIRING PLANT FOB- QUICK SERVICE Cx BOOT REPAIRS. 7 MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS* / ASSOCIATION. "7 i j**« \ \ i tune-1 WE WILL JDEMOMSTI " Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel llodel is a unique departure rom conventional design. The aerial is a sejf-contained inbuilt unit. Yojr simply plug in isten in. E GLADLY. P. E. Le MAS UlR I E R, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SER VICE, MACQUARIE STREET. Tennis players There is no need to go outside TENNIS REQUISITES, when {Racket, at the same price, Service, at the 'our own town for your >u can purchase the same kith Better Gut, and Better Liverpool Sports Depot (H. R. AYTfES). OD "THE HOME OF G DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL MAY 12/6 Brown and Blue Spiral G Gut will string to high tension, the full three months. Other. Re-Strings, 5/-, 7^6, ...

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PUBLIC HEALTH A MATTER OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

PUBLIC HEALTH A MATTER OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE.. Progress in Health, above all, ls a mat ter of international importance. Just ai a case of scarlet fever next door defin itely increases one's chance of contract ing the disease, so an epidemic of plague in one country or of cholera in another increases the chances of an outbreak in one's own country. So lt follows that pre ventive measures assume an international importance wherever they are applied, and that laxity in one place may be at tended by disaster in another. And what applies in the international field applies equally at home. One's neighbour's health is a matter of importance to one's own household, and, on the other hand, health and fitness in one's own household are of a benefit to one's neighbour. Co-operation for health is the keynote of success. No health authority, however active and well-informed, can achieve .satisfactory progress without the co-op eration of the individual public. It is the duty of every citiz...

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GREEN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 13 May 1937

GREEN VALLEY I The ¡Green Valley Progress Association j held Its fortnightly dance and euchre party at the local hall on May 8. Mr. ! Wilson was M.C. Moonmoths' Orchestra. 1 commencing their contract for engage- j ments, was much appreciated by all pat rons. Prizes were won by:-Euchre: Mrs J Smith and E. Watson divided 1st and and in the ladies; gcnt.s. Mr. Anderson i 1st, and Messrs. Petaudi and E. Wilson divided 2nd; lucky door. Mr. Jarvis: chocolate waltz, Mrs. Smith: bob and j stand. Mrs. Rogers and Mr. Watson. I Mothers' Day was observed at the above hall on May 9. Mr. Street was j preacher, and there was a good attend ance. Mr. Dfihn and three lady help-1 ers decorated the hall. The children's anniversary will be held on May 16 and 23. A bailed rnion eaten hot at bedtime will effectually break up a heavy cold. The wafer in which the onion has been .botlel (flavored with salt to taste) is equally efficacious. . Fra's curtain rings, crocheted round with coaiTe thread or macramé ...

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LIIVERPOOL BABY HEALTH CENTRE. Process Report for April. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

LUVERPOOL BABY HEALTH CENTRE. Process Report for AprIL Tile following particulars relating to (he. work of the abovementioned Baby Health Centre during the past month have been kindly furnished by the Di rector General of Public Health (Dr. E. Sydney Morris) and will, no doubt, prove cf interest to our readers. Mothers of new-born babies visited by Sisters'35; new cases enrolled at centre 18; babies weighed 232; test meals given IS! expectant mothers advised 3. Attendance at centre-Infants, under I year 206; under 2 years 15; under 3 years 12; total attendances (including mothers without babies) 244. Daily aver age attendance at centre 27.

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NASTY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

NASTY ACCIDENT. Mr. Theo. Wilson, while working at the railway traffic bridge, on Friday morning, had the misfortune to run a piece of rusty wire through his left arm. Just above the wrist .loint. Liverpool Ambulance rendered first aid.

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