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LIVERPOOL RUNNER'S WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

LIVERPOOL RUNNER'S WIN. At the Coronation carnival at Leeton, on Wednesday, Stan Billett, of liverpool, won the £130 Coronation gift, a 120 yard i sprint handicap. Billett ran from the loi yard mark, and did the journey In ll 2/5 seconds. He was trained by 1). Bsalezy, cf Liverpool.

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LADIES' COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

LADIES' COSTUMES. In last week's issue the price for ladies' t'ill'red-to-measu?'; costumes in Mr. H. T. Bradley's advertisement read £5/15/. The prices for these high-grade co.tumos are from £5/5/

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HAPPINESS CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

HAPPINESS CLUB DANCE. The Happiness Club held an enjoyable dance in the Town Hall on Saturday night, the attendance being excellent, considering the wet night. Geo. Lee's orchestra supplied the music, and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick was a capable M.C. An excellent supper was served. The prize winners included Mr. Jack Deadman,. Mr. Harry Geminan, Mr, Chas. Bannister , (Lidcombe), Mr. J. Rix and partner, and 1 Miss Kelly and partner. The club's next dance will take place on June 12. (Watch "The Biz" and Liv erpool "News" for advts.)

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet 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 A'erify all facts, so that the paper wrH not suffer owing to inaccuracies,, and others perhaps be put to inconvenience. If you like "The News," recom mend it to your friends. Jutígc: You were under thc bed with a bag oí tools. üHave you any excuse to oner? Accussd: lt ivas fores cf habit, your HVUJI-, lin a jKitnrut.

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NEW SOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

NEW SOLVENT. The American Chemical Society an nounces the discovery of selenium oxy rh'ori'V\ a straw-colored liquid which will dissolve almost every substance rn tve world. Exceptions are glas«, plati num «nd tungsten. It ha* a nigh freez ing pol«t. 65 deg. Fahrenheit. A bottle ¡or thc liquid froze in Ute la bT0t"ry ard broke the glass. As lt warmed lt dripped on the wooden floor and made a large role In lt. It-is be I liev d tiwi it has commercial¡. possl ' bullies.

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A GOOD CATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

A GOOD CATCH. Mr. R. N. Steers, fishing in Mill Creek, j got fast to a 61b. flathead, 2ft. 6in. long i and 61in. across the head, and after a j good fight on a No. 9 gut landed him safely. Mr. Steers reports the presence of good jewles in the river.

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HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. In a club tournament last Wednesday, the winners were Mrs. M. Morris and Mr. Fred Stanton, with Mrs. Strange and Mr. Frank Stanton runners-up.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

Saturday Matinee at Z; Night at 7.30. Mon lo y al 7.45, Wednesday 8 p.m., Thursday 8 p.m. Ring Liverpool 8 for Reservations. SATURDAY (Matinee & Night) and MONDAY, MAY 22 and 24 Theadora Gaes wild in the Merriest Riot of Lovï, Life and Laughter ever seen cn the Screen. '¡ IRENE DUNNE in "THEODORA GOES WILD,", Also PAT O'BRIEN, SYBIL JASON a d HUMPHREY BOGART in "THE GREAT O'MALLEY," . MICKEY'S POLO TEAM," a'l £olor. Shorts: "MEDIUM WELL DONE" and "LEON NEVARRA."' WÉ0ÑESDAY, MAY~26l 'WHITE HUNTER,' 'LONGEST NIGHT.' Plus SERIAL, the First Chapter cf "The Adventures of Frank Merriwell." SHORTS ano GAZETTES J* THV RS D A Yr ~MA^ 2 7: "SING ME A LOVE; SONG," "THE RACING LADY." SAT., May 29 (Mat, &Night), & MON., 31 : "Lloyd's of London," "Banjo on my Knee.' FOR SAtE FOR SALE, A Fine Selection cf Except ional Quality Dairy and House Cows al ways on hand. Thoroughly quiet end re liable, r.spect tli?s» first. D. Feiguson, Hoxton Park-road, Liverpool. LET John V. Tull...

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FAREWELL TO TOWN CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

FAREWELL TO TOWN CLERK. BY LIVERPOOL DIGGERS. Liverpool Diggers assembled on May 12 to wish popular Jade Marsh, town clerk of Liverpool, "bon voyage and safe return" ere he departed cn ms holiday trip to Great Britain and the Continent In a few days time. The president opened the proceedings by asking aa present to stand in silence as a mark of respect In memory cf Palisn Comrades. The Loyal toast was received with much more than usual fervor, as it was Coronation night. In making the presentation to Mr. Marsh, the president of the sub-branch, Mr. H. L. Duckworth, referred to the work Mr. Marsh had done for the league in acting as auditor for so many years and to the constant contact he had offi cially with the Diggers on matters of relief work, etc. On behalf of the Dig gers, the president presented the guest witto a gold Everysharp pencil, suitably engraved. The Mayer of Liverpool. Aid. Col de Meyriok, proposed the toast of "Our Guest, Mr. Jack Marsh." and mentioned the length of ...

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WALLACIA-MULGOA ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

WALLACTA-MTLGOA ELECTRICITY. The electricity service is to be offici ally switched oil at Wallacia and Mul goa cn Saturday. May 29. There will be a swich-on at the public hall at Wal fflacia and later another at the Mulgoa Hall. This much has been decided on by the Nepean Shire Council. Thc Ad vancement League is making a gala night of it.

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HERE AND THERE PRESTONS MAN HURT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

HERE AND THERE PRESTONS MAN HURT. Mr. W. Mahoney, of Beech-road, Prestons, is ill in liverpool Hospital as a result of a motor accident. His car crashed into a telegraph post on Thurs day morning and he received a head In jury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

I GEDDES' CHRISTMAS CLUB. Realising the extra money that is n-.e-ied fer the Christmas shopping, and very cf ten less money to purchase wi'h this stat" of affairs can be I be greatly minimised by becoming a Kember cf our Wonder Christmas Club. A GOOD START IS A G COD FINISH, therefore GEDDES' Wonder Christmas Cub ir leading off with a FREE GIFT OF 2'6 IN THE £. The distinct advantage is that ytu hove at Christas and New Year p.' who'e f .rrnight to spend ycur Club money by purchasing meat as you deiire. The plan is to pay cither sixpence or a shilling when you have same to soar« until the lo'al amounts to £1 lt must be distinctly understood that ? the money is ti be six--.it upon meat at deddes' Meat MarkPt during the Christmas Hclidavs. Hams or Pork may.be incuid.-tf tn your purchase. ITER WINDS "Dry Out" Natural Skin Oils aj. skin Dry and Parched. ticians have developed Tissue and these natural skin oils and keep j ?ere are two preparations whit! Palmolive leave your ing Creams wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

SECOND-HAND <AND RECONDITIONED MOTOR CYCLES AH Makes, Models and Prices to Suit Everyene. AGENTS for RÜDGE, NEW IMPERIAL, A.J.S., VELOCETTE, WARATAH, PANTHER, TRIUMPH, and NORTON MOTOR CYCLES. DUNLOP TYRES and TUBES alway» in Stock at City Prices. OILS, PETROL and ALL ACCESSORIES. WE GUARANTEE ALL REPAIR WORK. Wilson & hTlliiylc District Agents for BRITISCO Cycles. For a Cough thatseems to hang on-. NYAL CREOPHOS is Beneficial Í Not only a Good Mixture for a Cough, Creophos is also an Excellent Tonic. i Priced: 2/6, 4/6 and 6/-, from A.T. Murray, MPS. CITY-PRICE CHEMIST, Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and Co., Limited, Sydney, Australia, and BOTTLED BY CHARLIE F EARN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool III. SUBSCRIBERS TO "THE NEWS" Subscription to "The Liverpool News" is 5/- per annum in advance, posted or delivered; Half-year, 2/6; Quarter, 1/3. Order through the Newsagent for local and district delivery.

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Liverpool Golf Club LOVEJOY CUP. Qualifying Round of Club Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

Liverpool Golf Club (By "Dormie.") LOVEJOY CUP. Qualifying Bound of Club Championship. Breaking 90 by one stroke, J. Shep herd, off 27, returned a net 62 to win the competition and also qualify for the B grade cup, last Saturday. R. Craw ford and Tom Martin were next with 84 (19 ) 65 and 88 (25) 65, C. Hunt 85 (19) 66. J. Andrew 92 (24) 68. J. Roberts and P. Gazzard did one over course par, net 69. off 20 and 26, respec tively, and R. Croll 91 (23) 68. Most of the long-markers qualified to play off for B grade, but some short markers fell down on the job. C. IRELAND TROPHY. C. Ireland Sunday Morning Trophy, four-ball and par.-N. Bruin and H. Jackson. 6 up; C. Ireland and H. Hunt. 5 up; W. Ireland and R. Rowe, 4 up; H. . Stewart and A. Croll, 8 up; D. Buggy and R. Williams. 3 up; J. Prince and j. Stewart, 2 up; I. Binnie and P. Gazzard. 3 up. Next week. 22nd, 23rd. and 24th, will b» Camden open woic-end. Stroke han dicap on home course. Reason ls mistress and queen of all thing;.-cic...

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WOMEN AND CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

WOMEN AND CYCLING. There ls an old proverb that "History repeats Itself," and surely this saying applies very aptly to cycling for the fair sex. In Grandma's day, the young miss donned an atrocity called a blouse .and a voluminous skirt and, seated coyly astride a bicycle, pedalled sedately along. And our'grandmothers were healthy. And then progress presented us with the motor car, and tne cycle was dis carded tor this "wonder" of the age. The world soared 'upward to giddy heights, and speed was the watchword of the hour. Then the crash, in the form of the depression, sent us scurrying back to air bicycles for the sake of economy. Cycle manufacturers, quick' to realise the i'uture of the bicycle, built the machine with a view to comfort as well as utility, and each year since has shown definite improvements in the cycle, until to-day we have the utility-and comfort of the modern cycle combined with beauty ci finish and color that makes the fair owner of à cycle the envy of her frien...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

ABOUT PEORLE. Walter Brown (eight), of Hammond' t ville, is an Inmate ol the Oruldrut'6 Hos pital, oampoidown. » » . 1 I We regret to report that Mrs. C. Speers, ol Ash-road, Prestons; had to be admitted to the Women's Hospital, Crown-street, to undergo an operation; but we are very pleased to hear that she is on tlie mend. Later: Mrs. Speers is leaving hospital to-day, 17/5/37.

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IT'S TRUE! ' [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

ITS TRUE! ' By Wiley Padan "IT'S TRUE! that director W. S. Van Dyke of 'Rose Marie' can talk in sign language with any Indian tribe west pf the Rockies! He learned it in silent pictures, as,a director of Westerns," says. Wiley. Padan. "Also; IT'S T&UE! . thal1 Jeanette MacDonald sptig her first solo when only'five! Thf ¡ «.cita! tocîc place in Philadelphia." _

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SALVATION ARMY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

SALVATION ARMY CONCERT. A most successful concert wss held In j 'he Salvation Army Hall oh Tuesday ; nigh1-, when some of the town's leading sites contrite t d to a wrlstv pro grair.me arranged by Mr. N. Sutton. Mr. Sutton was introduced by Cap *"'n pnnWn <"s chairman, and he ful filed fie porltion is a most acceptable rr anher. At- tv>e fonc'u'loîi, a vote of thanks orórósed f0- all those assisting towards thé. suces-, of tre1 evening was carrl:d eatttusiastlatly. Th« surae1-. dma'ed by Mr. Sutton, ..as servid by member* "f th« Hem« league. The fun^s of th-, lecal Corps wi 1 boneSt considerably ih/ the effort. "I hear the girl you are ruining around with now ls a reducing expert." I"I sbnild say sol You should see my bank-roll."

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BIGGE PARK. Bowling and Tennis Club House. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

BIGGE PARK. Bowling and Tennis Club IIous?. At Liverpool Council meeting, tend ers lor tho club houses in Bigge Park were opined. They ranged from £796/14/ to £556/18' for the bowling club house, and from £630 to £337/12 for the ten nis club hous". After much discussion lt was decided not to accept any of the tenders, but to revise tlu plans and thc council to do the wark themselves, un der capable supervision. The work would b2 done at full award rates, at a cost not to exceed £800 for tho two buildings. , Aid. Nicholls wanted it recorded that he did not vote on the motion. Tenders fer the fencing around the oval of Bigge Park also showed a wide margin between quotations. The highest was £243 15' and thc lowest £146/17 6. The lender of the Sydney Gate and Pence Co. (Ï14G/17 6) was accepted.

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STERILISING THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937

STERILISING THE AIR. Cf great importance in bacteriology I was the perfection, last year, bf a lamp | by w.hcse use the air in any particular space can be maintained sterile. 1 The S'erilamp, as the device is known. ¡ rreducc. a quality of radiation deadly to bact ria and spore. Humans are un- | affected by Its action. The lamp is a i long, s'e-der tube giving off a greenish blve light. Its efficiency is nemarkab'e. cn'v p 'moll ameunt of energy beim lo t as brat; a pair of Sterilamps with thel1- transformer consumes less than 25 I ¡watts.

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