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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
i iiiniiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiii|) with I TIMBER J If you specify that the ss Timber be supplied by SE BS ut, you will be sure of the best, and will show real £5 Es savings. We supply Timber in any quantity for every HE g] purpose. y gj J ALEX GRIMSON, Pr*£" S I LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS § j^j Ciorit St., LIVERPOOL. 'Ffaoaa Liv. 234. P.O. Bos No. ». iSIIIIIlinillllSIIllllllllllISIIIIlllIllllISIIIIIIIIIIIiESIIIINlIIIIIIlSIIIIIBllIllllls DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! CTom»TOKiiy$^ Make sure your Root Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking/them to WHEATLEY, 18 ! Macquarie Street LIVERPOOL MEMBER OF N.S.W. MASTER. BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION'. For All Your ELECTRICAL & RADIO REPAIRS, call N. W. RRATT, Licensed ^El«ctrical Contractor, Macquarie Street.LIVERPOOL (THREE DOORS FROM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). FAMILY HOTE Lf/LIVERPOOL, ORDERS DELIVERED. Ask for AL. \M AtÚ S D Ë N YfeWill Fix You Right. Telephone: Liverpool 264. FPS TRUE! By Wiley Padan ISO *MI. I 'USUE TOWARD, BARRYMORE, VHO UAH ...
WHY SALT WATER WON'T QUENCH THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
WHY SALT WATER WON'T QUENCH THIRST. In the case of a person who tries to ease his thirst by drinking sea' water, the fellowing things happen: Because nf th" higher salt content of the ssa water thrre ls an Increase of concentration of inorganic salts of the bl ol. This tends to draw water from the, th" tissues and increases the thrlst sen sation. At the same Hms the 'kidneys pre eliminating these excess salts toge ther with a great deal of water from the blcod plaina. Th'"! further Increases thirst. Lastly, the magnesium sulphate In the sea water is not readily absorbed from ] trip intestine, and the presence of this ? silt in the lntetlne holds back a certain : airo'int of water from absorption. It ls therefore clear that endeavoring to stop thirst by taking sea water aggra vât/"! th» thirst and hastens death. Peonte will live longer by raking no rater at all than bv drinking sea water. People can survive longer without water if they abstain from taking food.
Liverpool Golf Club STROKE HANDICAP, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
Liverpool Golf Club i (By "Donnie.") j STROKE HANDICAP, MAY 22. | A good many golfers Journeyed to Camden and played tn the open week end. Results are not to hand. The first round of the club champion ships, A and B grades, resulted as fol lows: T. Prince shot a superb 75 off U« stick, giving him a win with 65 net. He was last season's champion. I also tip ped him to win this; but somehow I think the championship will change hands this time. This player has not shown the consistant improvement ne cessary to stay at the top, and I am sure some of the down match players we have in the club will put up some good fights. E. Brown ought to go a long way, al though he ls not as seasoned as some 01 the old campaigners; but he certainly played good golf over J. Prince in the first round. The results were:-T. Mar tin beat I. Binnie, the latter having the misfortune to damage his No. 2 wood, a club with which he dearly loves to belt the cover off the ball; J. Shephard had a win over Tod Miles...
"CRIPES!" [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
"CRIPES ! " "Crlpes. we're getting some water." ejaculated Cr. Scott, at Nepean Shire Council meeting on Thursday, as letter after letter on the business sheet was announced as coming from the Water Board. Kind deeds and words-that's the true clue of pity; to hope the best, do and speak the best.,-, ,... _ ^
LADIES' AUXILIARY, R.S. & S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
LADIES' AUXILIARY, R.S. & S.I.L.A. Mr. Aichin, energetic president, and the committee of the above auxiliary or ganised a social evening ' In Liverpool Memorial School of Arts on Monday last. A large gathering of members and friends made the evening a big success. Dancing and singing occupied part of the evening. Miss Bridges gave an ex cellent exhibition of dancing; Mr. Smith sang, and Mrs. Ward accompanied at the piano. During the evening Mr. H. L. Duck worth, president of the sub-branch, screened a series of pictures he recently took in New York, U.S.A., Canada, Eng land, and the Continent, explaining the several points of interest as the pictures were screened. Mrs. Fisher, of Macquarie Fields, won the lucky parcel. A good supply of "eats" . was provided by the ladies, and all en joyed an excellent 6uppcr.
NEPEAN SHIRE RELIEF WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
NEPEAN SHIRE RELIEF WORKS. Messrs. Gallop and Williams, of the L>. G. Department, attended Nepean Shire Council meeting last Thursday, after the conclusion of ordinary business and dis cussed -with Council the question of the relief scheme. They strongly advised the council to adopt the Spooner scheme and undertake bridge and culvert erection. There was definitely no chance cf the Goverment being persuaded to continue the 10 per cent, bonus Council -will consider the position at an early d"te. At present they are carry ing on without the bonus; but obviously cannot continue to do so.
Inumate Snapshots. IN THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
IN THE HOME, >^am)e little time ogu the Dutch news pajiej's featured the stoiy of a photo grapher who' waa sentenced to some months' Imprisonment-In addition to a hue-for setting fire lo a farm. He had been commissioned to take some photo graphs'of'thc interior of the farm, which iiad been converted into an aJ'chaelogical museum, und adopted the practice coni mc« among photographers of using mag nesium powder.' As he stood in a JJOS itlon whire tile thatched roof was rather lew, the burning magnesium powder, which he was holding aloft, set' fire to the highly inflamable material of the roof, as a result ol' which the farm was ¡ completely burnt down, i "But" you will immediately exclaim, on reading the above, "the dangers of using magnesium powder could not possibly af ' feet me-I don't go hi for that sort of thing." Exactly. And therein Iles the very purpose of tills article-to tell you of some of the really fascinating ways in which yoii may use your camera for all sorts of ple...
TRANSPORT ACT OFFENCES. Cost Lorry Driver £21. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
TRANSPORT ACT OFFENCES. Cost Lorry Driver £21. On March 20, Alfred Wilkinson, of I Young, drove a motor lorry on Hume Highway, Liverpool, which bore no re gistration label, was unregistered, and was not licensed as a public vehicle. For these three offences against the Trans port Act, Wilkinson was fined 10/-, 10/-, and £3, respectively, and costs, expenses and compensation totalled £17-a grand total of £21. . "j"
BUTTERFLY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
i BUTTERFLY THEATRE. I For Saturday and Monday next, the management of the Butterfly Theatre have chosen special features: "Lloyds of London" and "Banjo on My Knee" two interesting Alms. Wednesday, June 2: "Desire," "Penrod and Sam," and second episode of Serial. Thursday, June 3: Bing Crosby in "Pennies from Heaven" and "The Fly ing" Hostess," "Gold Diggers of Broadway" will be screened on June 5.
FINED FOR ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
FINED FOR ASSAULT. Following a collision between two cars in Mulgoa-road, Liverpool, Luigi Plttore was fined £1, costs £2/16/9, at Liverpool Court, for assault upon Roy Cornell, on May 22. An argument had ensued after the collision. Pittore dented striking Cornell: but was found guilty on the evidence.
FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
FISHING NOTES. Fishermen had fair sport with the blackfish at the Milperra Bridge during the week-end. and some good fish were caught in this vicinity. Thome's Clear and Rush Flat, according to reports, ap pear to be somewhat spoilt by the wash ing away of the weed beds, which were such good feed for the darkies. Though not plentiful, the fish that luve been caught recently Bre mostly all good-sized and this makes up somewhat for the small numbers landed, althouyh one fish erman recently bagged 16 darkies at the bridge averaging li lbs. The next two months should prove some good sport for those who arc fishing for black fish. The coast fishing party had another enjoyable time at Minnamurra last week end, and there has arisen a little con troversy as to the right to the cup. The members of the party admit that, as re gards blackfish, the present holder is en titled to it: but the "poor third" runnel of the last trip was only beaten this time by a scale. As to varieties caught, Ray Fu...
LIVERPOOL SEWER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
i LIVERPOOL SEWER QUESTION. At Liverpool Council m'cting on Tues day night, 'Aid. Childs, speaking of the likelihood or otherwise of a sewerage system being installed, said that thirty years ago a public meeting was held, and, after discussion, it had bren de cided that the matter be deferred for sixty years.
RUGBY LEAGUE LIVERPOOL BEATS FAIRFIELD. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
RUGBY LEAGUE LIVERPOOL BEATS FAIRFIELD. (Contributed.) » Fairfield's form against Liverpool last Sunday, when th-y were beaten by 16 to 8, was too bad to be true. The visit ors' handling was not as good as one could exnert from ?> team with such a fine reputation. (The same might be said of Liverpool at times.) (Bi fairness to our readers, it might be mentioned that there were only four first grade players in Fairfied's team. Bd.. who saw the first half cf the game.) B. Keato played a great game on the win«, where his centre found him always ready to use his sp~ed to the best ad vantage. His tries were well deserved. It was a pleasure to watch C. Oberon at fullback. Never caught out of posi tion, his .handling was perfect, while his kicking tactics were good,' Ray Cooper (Fairfield) did a good job in many positions, and saved many tries 1 by fine tackling. Ogeslby, K. Lock end Christie were ail great workers. LiV'rpTOl's forwards provided the only bright spots in an otherwise rat...
THE "WHITE-WASHED" LIAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
TIIE "WHITE-WASHED" LIAR. Sydney is full of "white-washed" liars, %cccrdlng to Rev. W. J. Grant. At the Randwick Presbyterian Church recently h^ marked down the following: The telephone liar: "Tell him I'm not in." Thp business Uar: "The manaor is f-ightfully busy, and will not be able to see you." The housp agent liar: "Three min ut/"6 from thp raliway," when the dis tance would exhaust a champion mlle runner.' We "quack" liar, who gulled people in'o be'levlng that his medicine would. cu*e every known ailment. The difficulty appears to be in trying to »ive t> oerfect lifo in an imperfect world," said Mr. Grant. ? - i
MAN'S HEAVY LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
MAN'S HEAVY LOSS Jacky Brown, and his fine draught horse, Bally, had been friends for twenty years. With a remarkable understand ing of each other, these two worked on deviations between Liverpool and; Bargo, and there was no finer turnout than jyrcky's ' horse, dray and hárness. On iTesday last a passing motor car col lided with tho hnrso at Edmondson's córner. Bringelly-rcad, and the horse sustained a. broken l«g and had to be Ehrt. Naturally, Jacky is considerably upset over his toss.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
SECOND-HAND AND RECONDITIONED MQTQR CYCLES AH Makes, Models and Prices to Suit Everyone. '-AGENTS for RÜDGE, NEW IMPERIAL, A.J.S., VE^CETTE, W ARATAH, PANTHER, TRIUMPH, and NORTON/MOTOR CYCLES. DUNLOP TYRES and TUBES always in Stoc/at City Prices. OILS, PETROL and ALL AjEÔSSORIES. WE ¡GUARANTEE ALL ¿REPAIR WORK. Watson $ Hillogle District Agents for BRITISCO Cycles. Public Enemy No. 1 To the Medical Profession at this time pi year, it means the COMMON COLD. While no one can tell us definitely its /cause, we all know its complications./ Influenza, Nasal Congestion, Bronchitis, ets., all seem to spring from a/ cold. At our Pharmacy we have Remedies to treat all these Complaints - Medicines we know to be Useful for these Ailments. A.T. Murray, MPS. CITY-PRICE CHEMIST, Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and jto., Limited, Sydney, Australia, and BOTTLED BY CHARLIE i IF EARN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool 111. Speedwell Cycles REPAIRS AT REAS...
3000 FOR LIVERPOOL. BIG N.R.A. MEETING IN 1938. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
3000 FOR LIVERPOOL. BIG N.R.A. MEETING IN 1938. More than SOO tents, restaurants and community social halls will be erected 1 at Liverpool next year to accommodate competitors in the National Rifle Asso- j elation's anniversary prise meeting. j /A 150th anniv rsary ? attraction, the meeting will be the . largest ever held. ComiVtitors are expected from all parts f,f th world, fer there will be £10.431 in piize moivy, including £525 f r the winner cf the "KingJs." Including local entrants, 3000 com- , Petitors are expected. Already (eight months before f.'ie event) more than 100 entri s have already been received. This i number will scon be swelled by nomina tion of teams from Great Britain, Cana- j da, South Africa and New & aland. Thri majority of competitors will live on the range, and the evening?, iwill be devoted to concerts and movies. A novel feature will be the Introduc tion of finall-boie shooting at night on a lighted miniature rangr?. To imps rt carnival atmospher...