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NEW ITALIAN PLASTIC [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
NEW ITALIAN PLASTIC The manufacture of a new plttUt. material, Rlicdoid. has been started to Italy. It utilises c Ilutase acetate a» raw mate-ial and has all the character*" ¡st e ?. of cellulose, except t'lat it, ls Ore rroof, dees nr.' yellow, »ana is odorless.' . I s rrany apvi'cations, which have been ' tts'ed t>7 Italian pr-ducers, lnnl^»ln transparut plate for airplanes and toe :eits. pa-- ma:k ccula:s. lamp shades anti brok cavers. Printed and published at ."The., BÍP Newspaper Office. Smart-street, Pair field. New South Wa'.cs. by th* pro prietor. W. J. Bright.. -
MOOREBANK NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
MOOREBANK NEWS. PESSONAL. Mrs. lionel Matthews, of Epsom-road, ls spending a well-deserved holiday in Goulburn. Always a "live wive," she will bs greatly missed by her many friends; but all wish her a happy time. HOUSE PARTY. A most enjoyable evening was spent by members and friends cf the Moorebank Ratepayers and Settlers' Association cn Fi ¡day, the 14th instant, when Mr. and Mrs. Worthington, of Riverside-road. Moorebank, gave a house party in aid ol the funds. The presence of Mr. Darcy, thc well-kncwn pianist, was greatly ap preciated, and Mrs. Matthews, cvei I i eat1}' with new ideas, kept the company ' interested with novel games. BONFIRE AT MOOREBANK. A happy crowd gathered at thc resi dence ct Mrs. Bob Thorn, Moorebank, on Saturday night last, and a very pleasant evening was spent. The early part oí the evening was taken up with a huge b'nflrc and fireworks, witli a bit cf res tive excitement from three fireballs. Later, supper was served in the usual first-class Moorebank s...
WARRAGAMBA WATER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
WARRAGAMBA WATER SCHEME. Work on the Warragamba water I scheme is to go right ahead, Mr. Maun- ] der, local reprercntative on the Water j Board, has assured the president of Ne- j pean Shire, Cr. W. S. Hewitt. It ls stated that at the end of two I years the whole of ths equipment at at Woronora Dam will bs shifted to the sl'.e of the Warragamba Dani. lt is interesting to note that in 1869 Lieut. Thomas Moore, R.N., reported to a Royal Commission in favor of the con struction of a dam hi the gorge of the Warragamba to convey water through Mulgoa to Prospect and supply the city cf Sydney and. Incidentally, to irrigate the County of cumberland.
MINTO NEWS. CORONATION BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
MINTO NEWS. CORONATION BALL. . On Saturday night, 8th trustant, the Parents and Citizens' Association held a .Coronation ball. The hall was prettily decorated with colored lights and Silver streamers, and music was supplied by the Golden Bell orchestra. Mr. Guy Kelman acted as M.C. The ladies" com mittee, comprised of Mesdames Morgan, Murray, Howes and Roach, helped with the supper. ' PERSONAL. I Mr. and Mrs. J. .Hughes have a new I baby son, whom they have named Alan Raymond. We are very 6órry to hear that Mrs. W. J. Harris" mother (Mrs. Harris, of Granville) collapsed and died at Sydney, on Wednesday evening, 18th instant, after spending ah afternoon shopping with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kelly, Jun., have returned to their horne at Box Hill, after a trip to Queensland. SUNDAY SCHOOL. The Sunday School held at Minto by th» Congregational church, under the ; guidance of Rev: H. C. Hickson, of : Campbelltown, oas been very success ful, RS the attendance has-grown from : four...
TROUBLE OVER RAIL FAR[?] WOMAN MAY GO TO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
TROUBLE OVER RAIL FARW j WOMAN MAY 00 TO GAOL. Ethel Laurence WM fined, at Uverafal Police Oourt on Monday, for not paying her fare, between Casula and Liverpool, on April 5. Frederick William Spicer, assistant stationmaster at Liverpool, said he wa* at the exit ticket barrier when defendant alighted from the train, she went tú the ticket window as though to purchase a ticket and came through the barrier and- handed me the ticket (produced). It was a ticket which had expired on April 4. He told her the forward por' lion of a ticket Issued one day was not available for the following day. She then handed him the fare In money. A week ; later defendant asked for the 2d. back, saying the ticket was all right; so ne said he would report the matte'/ and that would decide whether W»e Vtlcket was all right or not. j Walter Donald gave evidence that de fendant purchased a tlofcet from | Casula lo Canley Vale on April 4, and pe gave her a Casula liverpool return anjä a Liv erpool Canley Vale ...
ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE. On Tuesday,-May 25, the 45th annual ball In sid of-St. Anne's Orphanage will be held in the Town Hall, Liverpool, and the committee, under the direction of the popular and hard-working president, Mrs. j. Cullen, have been working most assiduously to ensure the success of the function. Numerous novelties have been arranged, including a mask dance, and an Innovation will be the choosing of the "belle cf the ball." for which a handsome present will go to the suc cessful lady. Bach patron to the ball wi'l bc handed a voting card on entering the ballroom, and a ballot box will be placed in the hall for the reception of the votes. Several debutantes will be presented tn the Mayoress of Liverpool, Mrs. J. F. de Meyrlck. In conjunction with the £3/3/- order, the committee would appreciate the re turn of all butts «n or before Thursday next. Young Wife: This cake I have made for you ls the result of a good resolution. Husband: It wasn't made to break. . * * The men who ...
BASEBALL. LIVERPOOL DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
BASEBALL &nbsp; &nbsp; LIVERPOOL DEFEATED. The local boys had their colors low ered, for the first time on Saturday wnen Hotpoints (Auburn) defeated them by ll runs to 2. As everyone expected, the Hotpoint team proved a hot combina tion, and their pitcher a bit faster than anyone previously encountered; but it was not that alone which brought about the local boys' downfall. Whether the occasion was too great or the weather too cold, we don't know; but the Liver pool players just could not "snap out of lt." Although fast, the Hotpoint pitcher was not fast enough to peg our boys down if they had batted in their usual free style, but most of the batting was half-hearted. It was not until Liverpool's seventh innings that a man crossed the home plate, Tom Betts making a good three bag hit, and was brought home by a safe hit by Bill Keato. In their ninth in nings, Keato hit a clean-cut home run. Hctpoint's best innings was their sec ond', when five men crossed the plate. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
- NEXT Cattle Sale Liverpool Saleyards, Saturday, May 22 at 2 p.m. sharp. JOHN V. TULLY, Auctioneer, 'Phone: Liv. 247. Liverpool. FARMLET FOR SALE FARMLET f/r SALE BY TENDER, ab:ut 62 acr-S,'suitable for poultry farm ing cr mar gard:ning, about 4 miles fr.m EaiKtiwn Railway Static1,!, regu lar bu; s irvice.. Improvements:- -Dwelling (water and e'ectrici y), poultry buildings enfi fenc'ng. Tenders CIOSP at Lands De partment, Sydney, on June 15, 1937. Full partícula s ob ainib.e from Lands Ee'artment. Sydney, or Crown Land Agen', Par a na'ti. G. F. Allman, Under S«r- tary lor Lar.ds. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. - PROBATE JURIS DICTION. - In the Will of George John Frewster, lite'.pf Lverpool, in the State of New So-jthiWales, retired, deceased. ApplicitiDii wi'l b ? rrade after fourteen da-s from the p 'blicition hereof that Picb-ts of th-s list, Wi'l and Testament of the abcvenrmei deceased may be granted to George Chapple, of Liverpool, lt »xl ll* wor'-er, a'.id the Exe...
Liverpool Council ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
Liverpool Council ITEMS OF INTEREST. The regular meeting of Liverpool Coun cil was held on Tuesday last. Present: The Mayor (Aid. J. P. de Meyrick), Aid, A. J. Childs, N. Pratt, W. H. Ingham, W. P. Nicholls, H. J. Haerse, L. How arth. A. O, Lewis, H. B. Pttbrta R. T. Green, H. A, Ashcroft, and the acting town clerk (Mr. QUI). The Local Government Department advised that the lo per cent, bonus on . emergency relief work would terminate definitely on May 15. Tile Labor and Industry Department advised no alteration rates of emerg ency relief pay, as a result of adjustment of the living wage. The Labor and Industry Department I wrote that, at council's request, work dockets would now bc issued ta eligible men who were struck off emergency re lief work at council's request. The Main Roads Department wrote concerning removal of soil from Rose dale Park to locality on main road out side municipality; and advising that the 40,000 yards agreed upon had not yet been removed and that small qua...
INGLEBURN. CORONATION SPORTS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
INGLEBURN. CORONATION SPORTS DAY. Perfect weather and perfect- organisa tion combined to make coronation sports day at Ingleburn something to remem ber. About 8S0 children from Ingleburn, Macquarie Fields, Minto, Glenfield, East Minto and Leppington came to Ingle burn to celebrate coronation Day. The children marched in procession from Ingleburn School of Arts at 10.45 a.m. to the ceremony at the Soldiers' Memor ial Park, wheie the National Anthem was sung, followed by an address by hü> Worship the Mayor, Alderman C. C. Murray. A hymn, "O God oür help In at'îs past" was then sung, followed by i prayers offered by Rev. R. H. Robinson: Alderman G. F. Longmuir, Principal of ' Hurlstone Agricultural High School. Glenfield, then gave an address. After the singing cf "Advance Australia Farr" i : and the Recessional, by tile school child - ; ren, each child was presented with a j Coronation Medal. This was followed by the planting of a tree by each school, each tree represent- | ing a m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
FIREWORKS ßf BOXES - A NICE VARIETY, 6d. 1/- and/l/'j per Box. / J ALSO LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENGLISH and CHÍNESE #LARE FOR EMPIRE DAY. JOIN OUR LENDING LlBRARY-2000 BOOKS by th* M^Ct Popul, Authors. Membership 2/-, Exchange 3/ A. W Y C H THONE: LIV. 147. " MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPj Ready-to-wear S^cSy Cut in Smartest Styles and in Fancy Blues and Grey^orstec* Call in and Try One on.% ALL SIZES for £21/1/taking tor FROM A. CLYDE .víügii Liverpool Saleyards. Ashcroft & sons, pty.Lt&lt;i. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST ! Ashcroft and Sons stock a|l those meats Sue i as s and any Purity Test ! Her,* iar>' those stockt/ good judges say, Can easi'.y excel the rest. Really the Primest.and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh , meats that are tender and juicy Thy male! from the Asher ft biccks. "Tis always this Popular Meat Mart Supplier, ycu the Primest of Meat! So, wUen ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, You ...
Coronation Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
Coronation Dance. Liverpool Golf Club held a very suc cessful Coronation cabaret dance in thc lccal Town Hall cn Tuesday. 11th in stant, end 160 braved the cold night to Bttend. The company was favored by the pressnce cf the Mayor and Mayorers. Prizes were given for the most original and best decorated tables, which were won by R. Chltty and Mrs. Clink, re spectively. Up-to-daf,e jazz caps ano novelties, etc., were conspicuous, to gether with the ladles in their Corona i tlon dresses. I Excellent music, with plenty cf it available, was supplied by the Rudgley I blue, which looked very effective. Orchestra. Mr. Chitty was the efficient M.C. ('nuff said). I The committee spent a lot of time in I decorating the hall with red, white and blue, which looked very effectivs. I* wou'd be interesting to know whether the gentleman who was smok ing the large ri»»»- has finished smoking it. (I dont think.) The cvsning concluded at 2 a.m.-and let the next dance be soon.
Evening Classes for Girls SECOND TERM AT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
Evening Classes for Girls SECOND TERM AT AUBURN. livening classes tor giris and women will be held at Domestic Science School, Auburn (near Auburn Town HUD, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7.25 p.m. to 9.25 p.m. The second term begins on Tuesday, May 25. There is no age Umlt. Married women are welcome. Students under 21 yean are granted free rall passes, and those over 21 years or married receive half fare concession rates. Reduced tram fares are available. The fee is sixpence (6d.) per week (pay able each Monday), and this amount covers all subjects chosen. Fees are re funded .at the end of the year to all whose 'attendance has been satisfactory. Unemployed students are free. Subjects taught are:-Dressmaking, dresscutting, millinery, cookery, English, Clay-reading, dramatic art, literature, uslness principles, handicrafts, book keeping, art designing, woodwork, ticket writing, plant drawing, embroidery, oa tik, "pottery, hygiene, physical culture, English and arithmetic fo...
THROWN THROUGH WINDSCREEN. Preston's Man Injured. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
THROWN THROUGH WINDSCREEN. preston's Man injured. ; when a car ran off the road and crashed into telegraph post in Moore bank Avenue, Liverpool, early Thursday ! morning, the well-kncwn poultry farmer, W. Mahoney, of Preston's, was thrown head-first through the windscreen. His companion, W. Folke, of Moorebank Ave., was hurled clear. Liverpool Ambulance was summoned, and Mahoney, who had lost considerable amount cf blood, was conveyed lo the Liverpool state Hospital and admitted suffering from head injuries, concussion and shock, and lacerations to head, neck, face and arms.
FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
FISHING NOTES. During the past fortnight some goou hauls of blackfish have been caught in the-vicinity of Milperra, . pruiclpally un der the bridge, though at low tide good fish have bsen biting at the "little baths" downstream from the bridge. Rush Flat, Thorn's Clear and Rocky Beach have produced indifferent results, with an occasional good fish. From East Hills downstream seems tc ba producing the best hauls, and some really good fish have been landed. Blackwall. Or ford's Point, and the rocks all along the river are gocd fishing grcunds at present. The best results have besn had by fish ing up to 20 feet deep with a running float. It is said that some of the local , lads have been landing darkies up to 21 lbs. Good fishing has boen had at Chip ping Norton, in the vicinity of Mr. Elli ot's-jewfish, bream and blackfish. Prawns are somewhat s~arce in the river, but enough for red-line bait pur poses can be had with a bit of p?reever ance at low tide a'most anywhere along the liver ...
GREEN VALLEY GOSPEL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
GREEN VALLEY GOSPEL MEETING. A spsc'al go-pel meeting was held at Gr-V-n Valley Progress Hall on May 16. Mr. Eyres, gave an Interesting addr*s ard tpeíiial music rendered. The firiBthg of ths ch'ldren was espTlally g od and will ba repeated next Sunday, wh n all friends rre invited, the oeca ri ii bein« the children's Sunday school annivcr ery. VIGORO CLUB DANCE. The Green Varey Vigoro Club held a Janee and euchre party in the Progress Hall on May 15. T' e committee express »".H a - to the menv . oatmns and c"onors far support In m-king Uiëlr first furctoi a financial £ucce:s. The euchre prises were won by Mrs. Watson 1st, Mrs. Barnett 2nd; Messrs. Iiati «nd Cairey lied f r first gtnt/s. A Mente Carlo daffce was won by Mis? E. WJl's and Mr. Eric Davies: bob and s'and b rnisnci by Mrs Humphries, and Mr. Jarvis; ducky door priz. went to Mr. Blnnington. Mr. Marple suttrolied. the music a"d the s-'ree- was kind'y donated by the resid nts of the d'strlct. CORONATION BALL. A juvenie C>...
[?]MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
A. day we sha always rem "When the ii Gol ras you n jovH'ff memory,or our k and' ulster, Sylvia, who iy 88, 1938. of Remembrance never forget; . a ways rertrmber "t of th? world forgets. _.. in His keeping; We have you ta oar hearts. I serted by ter lov ng mothar and father, sister and brothers, Phyllis. Lau.lc and Eric.
PRESTONS. MOTHER'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 20 May 1937
PRES T O N S. MOTHER'S DAY. ^^?ftr the Iiisl we know, a special com tjjte, comprised mostly of ycung girls, w^B formed at Preston's, a couple ot waHb aS°> w'th the object of preparing a sfiiBiâï? ÍL'' Motners °n lne'i- "D^y." T^eTvkgniittee organised a social on May IT tnlyd of Mother's Day celebrat ion fsnd.^|Du> social, although on a week çlght.^Bfc a success from every point cl view. TÄS, it is understood, en abled «ie young f smmiltes workers to confidently work fir Mothers on Sunday May 9. y \ On the Sunday Afternoon lhere was a fine gathering of aöout 50 people in the Progress Hali, whicli was tastefully dec orated with flowers,; white the tables were set In a way that could bc described as "silent hostess" to welcome the Mothers. As afternoon refreshments were salv ed, Mr. Lup!s, on behnlf of the commit tee, welcomed /the Mothers and wished them many napy returns of the day. This was follcired by Mr. Morris' addrrs? cn the significance of the day and Moth ers, in whose ...