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STOLE A CYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

STOLE A CYCLE. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday last. Leslie Ronald Irlam was charged with having stolen a bicycle at Ingleburn valued at £6. the property of Arthur Alfred, and also with having cycle ac cessories in custody, suspected of hav ing been stolen. He pleaded guilty and was fined £S on the the second charge, and sent to gaol for one month on the stealing charge. Irlam was also before Ihe Court on seven other cases of stealing, but on these matters no evidence was offered.

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HOXTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

HOXTON PARK. A very enjoyable day wa« spent ai | Hoxton Park on Wednesday, 19th Inst., I when a ladies' tennis tournament was held in aid of the Parents and Citizens' Association, the winners being Mrs. Budd 1 and Mrs. Gorman 2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

L. G. SCOTT, B\A., LL.B., SOLICITOR' AND CONVEYANCER. MOXHAM CHAMBERS. 147A CHURCH VSTOEET, PARRAMATTA. THONE UW6722. TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advertise ments should reach this office early in thc week, to allow time for careful handling and display. Casual advertisements will be received up to Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance of the above will be grealty appreciated. MISSES DEVLIN FOR FINE OltpRR Ä01 MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 176.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

!$ohn V. TUL ll FUL VALUE -.1 QUALITY F. R. £, I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INS! most Popular AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTAT and STOCK SALESM ~ .., LIVERPOOL. RAILWAY SQUARE, Li;*C SllitS Telephone: Liverpool .ely Finished, Worsteds. ADVICE G .»'.ne on. Respecting all Properly Matters - 2 / J 9 / 6, and General Auct; t, - - - . LIVERPOOL.. Church Services. NOTE!-Changes of these 'notices must reach this office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, 10.30 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 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS. LIVERPOOL. Rev. Fr. McCormick, P.P. Rev. Fr. Deen. BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Norfolk and Castlereagh Sts. Sunday next.-ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Junior CE. 10 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. Holy Communion each Sunday morn ing ...

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Forward, Liverpool! (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

Forward, Liverpool ! (To thc Editor.) Sir.-On all sides one hears general comment that Liverpool is "on the move." But is it? Now. there arc two matters that de serve the support of every individual who would like to see Liverpool really move: Firstly, the sewerage scheme that has I been too long dallied with because of tile narrow excuse of expense. Push on with sewerage, and then any householder at present crying expense can get ac commodation at a minimnm rate of in terest from the WS. and D. Board it self, if need be. How can tile cry of expense in this matter stand thé iight of day, when it has not been eo'iifidtred ! loo expensive for smaller communities, such as Nowra and Tumut, to adopt their own schemes of sewerage? Secondly, it is a foregone conclusion that a building society (mutual and co I operative) will soon be established ;n Liverpool. Herein is a wonderful oppor tunity for those with civic pride enough to desire to own their own homes to au something really useful f...

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HORSE FORM. Revised Winter Programme Gives Suburban Racing a Boost. Only One More Date at Randwick for Current Racing Season. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

Revissa Winter Programme Give« Suburban Racine a Roost, j? Only One More Date at Randwick tot Cul rent Racing Season. ' (By TOM ELLIS) Coronation Day having take.i one day cf the usual two-day winter carnival at Randwick in June, the A.J.C. will nave enly one date left for t~at fixture, and it is later than usual biicausth of the change of Rryal birthday dates. The fixture will be held on June 26, a Satur day, and it is the hist of the current season's meetings at Randwick. There wlil be no racing there again until Tat tersalls Club opens the new 1937-3B searon in September -next. This unusual po ition, with only one more date from mid-May, has had an important effect for the suburban clubs. The bett r horses usually kept for headquarters are now racing not merely at Saturday suburban meetings, but on Wednesdays, and particularly at Rose bery and Victoria Park, where good tig rcomy courses handy to race-stable cen tr. s. pr vide convenient avenues for safe sport. The prizes at these...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

WINTER WINDS "Dry Out" Natural Skin Oils apd leave your skin Dry and Parched. Cosmeticians have developed Tissue and Nounming Creams which re place those natural skin oils and keep you/skin soft and supple. There are two preparations which^e strongly recommend. Muriel Astor Honey and Atoiond Cream, large bottle, 2/ Palmolive /Cream/ Lotion, price 1/ Shaw's Pharmacy DISPENSING CHEMISTS, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone; Liv. 39. Everything Perfect When we tailor your new Costume you will he fully pleased. Material, style, cut, fit «nd finish will he right. Let us tailor Your Winter Costume and enjoy the really well fessed feeling. A nice range cit fahrics/rom which to select and prices to/suit you. Fronr~-a 5 / 5 / - TERMS Arranged the Bradley Way: "Wear While You Pay." Harold T. BRADLEY LADIES' AND GENT.'S TAILOR & CLOTHIER, 'Phone: Liv. 143. 215 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL. WK ACCEPT ALL CASH ORDERS. SURE TO GET IT AT TIMBER - LIME -CEMENT Glass Cut to Size. . Wire Npfu...

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Poultry Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

Poultry Farmers' Association. A meeting of the executive council ot the Poultry Farmers' Association was held at Strathfield on 21st instant. Pre s'nt were Messss. French (president). Bruce, Blake, Clegg, Dawson, Campbell, Thomas, Scott, Walker and Baker (gen eral secretary). Matters connected with the audit ot books for the passing over from the late treasurer (Mr. Bruce) to the present treasurer (Mr. Dawson) was fully dis cussed. It was announced that the books had been audited by a qualified account ant and had been found in good order. Confirmation of this action taken was unanimously carried. Voting System.-The general secretary reported fully on the negotiations re garding the voting system, and intimated that a letter had been sent to the Gov ernment asking that the present propor tional system be discarded in favor of the zone system. The Egg Board has agreed to this suggested alteration. Official Organ.-Negotiations for the amalgamation cf the "Poultry Standard" with "Comme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

the Shire of Nepean. GROUP TOKP' f:r -»per. Price: ONE PENNY. M. Ch. ;£R WINDS "Dry Out" Natural Skin Oils and leave your skia Dry and Parched. «ans have developed Tissue and Nourishing Creams which re MaCse natural skin oijs and keep your skin soft and supple. - Tel Liv " *"* tW° p",p'ilraüons *'hlch w strongly recommend. ! \stor Honey and Almond Cream, large bottle, 2/ ilmolive Cream lotion, pric^ 1/ T. P. FiW's Pharmacy T H E ¥ ° E N S I N>6 C H E M I S T S, Termihu&%4itrie StXLiverpool. 'Phone: Liv. 3p. Tel.: 38 Liv.__ OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR yfs QUALITY & SATISI'ACTIO^^ j| Ours is the Better tóad with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONIE: PI VERPOOL 63. We desire to particularly/ mention that we stock only the Best of aft/Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran! Pollard, Chaff, etc. KS QU...

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GEDDES' MEAT MARKET PRICE LIST [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

GEDDES' MEAT MARKET PRICE LIST-? BEST SHORT LOIN CHOPS ..../.. 7^d BEST LEGS MUTTON./. SHOULDERS MUTTON . A .. /. LOVELY ROLLS ROASTy fro*. .1 / FILLET STEAK.VT..1/1 PRIME RIB STEAK.UH SIRLOIN BEEF only.j- .. .? .. .. .. '7$d

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GETTING A LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

GETTING A LIVING. A stranger wandered into Liverpool last week and asked wliere the local music teachers were to be found. He traced several choir members and. ex plaining that he was an organist out 01 work, "borrowed" a shilling here and lhere. Quite an expert In the art of get ting a living, tills chap, ¿nd he should go far. At last we've found the most un happy man in the world-a sea-sick trav eller with lockjaw.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. Soul and Body was Uie subject In an I Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. ! Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh, for tne flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh." Galatians 5: 16, 17. The following passages from ' the Christian.Science textbook "Science-and Health with Ke^ to' the J^riptures;" by Mary Baker Eddy were also included: ."'We. must destroy the false belief that life and intelligence are in matter, and plant ourselves upon what is pure and perfect. Sooner or later we shall learn that the fetters of man's finite capacity are' forged by the illusion that he lives in body instead of in Soul, in matter instead of on Spirit." P.222.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

SCOTT STREET.LIVERPOOL. DISTRIBUTORS OF GRQJJP TOKENS, ©ASH GRO/ßERS. PLUM JAM 6¿d. KREAM CORNFLOUR 6£d per lb. Delicia Worcester Sauce Lge. bots. 7¿d KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES, 4|d SOAP POWDERS 8¿d per doz. WEATALL BISCUITS _Hd._ High-Grade MUSTARD PICKLES, Ige. bot. 6£d Cow's Baked BEANS, 3 tins 7£d. START SAVING TOKENS To-Day. PATTENS, Scott Street, Liverpool

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QUEER EFFECTS OF LIGHT. (Condensed from Popular Mechanics Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

QUEER EFFECTS OF LIGHT. (Condensed from Popular Medíanles Magazine.) Tlioy were having a light dinner party. Samuel G. Hibben, illumination? engineer and authority on light and responses to light, was host. pood, drink and chef were the best that money could buy. There were musicians, gay storytellers, and all the : trimmings. The hort had even arranged special lighting fir the evening. Instead of ordinary clear or frosted lamp bulbs, he substituted especially de signed filttr lamps which cut out all or dinary spectrum of colors except greens and r¡"ds. Guests strolled in to the tabe, hale, hearty and merry. Then tliey began to notice that their eyes were dpceivmg them. Delicious steaks were whitish grey. Celery was gaudy pink. Milk appeared blood-red. Salads were bright blue. Lemons became oranges. Coffee changed to pale yellow. Fresh green peas appeared black. Peanuts seemed bright red. Tlv? rood and the cooking were per fect, but the broken-spectrum lights played havoc with estab...

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MINTO NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

MINTO NEWS. Mi'ch amusement was caused Rt Tues day's community singing concert in OrnDbclltown last week, with the com petition for single men, 60 years and over, to perform any item. Miss V. Wheeler, soprano, from Camden, was the principal artist. Rev. H. C. Hickson or ganised thc concert. On Saturday night last the Boys' Club held another well-attended dance In the Minto Srhwl of Arts to the rythmlc strains of the ever-popular Moonmoth > orchestra. The dances were modern and old-time, and both young and old en ' joyed the programme: Mr. E. Knowles I was a very efficient M O.;. The simpler was supervised by Mesdames Nelson. Morçan and Knowles. There wtte many 'isit/ rp irom nth.]- nari

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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

THEY SAY (By "Ace.") That Dicky P nny says it will be a I long- time before he takes Jackie Garard I with him asa in. for on th"ir recent trip to Kiama Dicky was chief cwk and bot&'e wasVie-. and after brewing some wonderful rabbit stew, he took it off the fire to cool, only to see Jackie step backwards end place his foot fair In the p t, quite ruining the appetising 'stoo.' What did Dickie say ? Well, ask Jackie. That Bob has now got his new 'ranch' in tip-top crder, and he ls only walting fer rain to produce the crops, especially that co-- pie of peres cf spuds which he put hi last week-end. His neighbor, Bill, lop s that the ros?s which he set near his fenre will produce seme good blooms, as lt will save him quite a lot of time growing hi? cwn. That Cec must have had a little too much spinach last Sunday, for, whilst playing a friendly game of singles he had the mi f rtune to severely twist his ankl\ which put him out of action for ' the rest of tve day. I trust he will b...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

TO CO-RESPONDENTS. 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 verify all facts, so that' the paper will not surfer owing w inaccuracies, and others perhaps be put to inconvenience. '-? . If you like "Thc News," recom mend it to .your friends._

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THE QUAINT ENGLISH OF NIPPON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

THE QUAINT ENGLISH OF NIPPON. Japanese intelligentsia, alarmed at the rise cf "Nipponese English" in street sl<aibcard% -are about to launch a cam paign to outlaw linguistic mix-ups. A leading department store adverting resdy-mati? suits has a placard: "Please Try On Maid." A fashionable tailor has a ..sign: "Foreign 'Lady"lias jPlts TJp ftairfi."' Restaurant menus list. "S^ups differently."' Barber iigus vwtei "Head Cutt^ig. '

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. A RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. A RESERVE. Gundaroos v Glenfield 1.-Walker and Harrison v W. Blinman and W. Childs 2/6; Miss King and Coles v W. Childs and Mrs. Blinman 3/6; Miss Coles and Harrison v Mrs. Toms and Webster 6/2; Coles and Eagleton v W. Blinman ami Childs 6/5; Miss King and Miss Coles v Mrs. Blinman and Mrs. Toms 0/5; Wal ' ker and Harrison v C. Blinman and I Webster 6/1; Miss King and Eagleton v G. Blinman and partner 2/6; Mrs. Coles and Walker v Mrs. Toms and C. Blin man 6/3; Eagleton and Coles v C. Blin man and Webster 6/3. Won by Gunda roos, 6/43 to 3/37. Ingleburn 2 v Liverpool^.-J. Weils and Beb Connell v Roberts and W. Brooks 6/5; Mrs. James and Bob Con nell v Mrs. Brumby and Wych 5/6; Mrs. Wood and Percival v Mrs. Roberts and W. Brookes 6/4; J. Wells and Bob Con nell v H. Brookes and Wych 6/2; Mrs. Janies and Mrs. Wood v Mrs. Brumby and Mrs. Roberts 6/5; Percival and Kcato v Roberts and W. Brookes 6/4; Mrs. James and Wells v Mrs. Roberts ai-...

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PLASTICS AND OIL FROM COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

PLASTICS AND OIL FROM COFFEE. i In a study cf the problem of supply- | Mhg fats av.d oils in Germany, the oil ob atnable from coffee was considered, j The surprising feature of thc investiga tion wa? the observation that pcrcolat- i lng does net rob the coffee of its oil. ] nearly all of which remains in the coffee i 'ground i. I With clïî!'5rt<:î:r.4'.r r^nii*!1 f!inft til* investigator goes on to suggest that the grands remaining after extracting the, oil are not merely a worthless residue, as plight be supposé. i When dried and finely pulverised, this] material has an unusually high appar ent density and should make an excel lent filled In sy.-thetic resin moulding1 compositions. Moulded articles mide with this filler have excellent strength ?n<1 take ?. good surfe.? finish

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