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AUSTRAL P. & C. DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

AUSTRAL P. & C. DANCE. I A dance held by the Austral P. and C. Association, at the If cal hall, in aid of the . Austral public school picnic fund, was a great success, about £6 being real ised. Mr. Milne thanked all who had contributed to make fie affair such a success. Messrs. Ashcroft and Sons, as rsual. Scott and Barrett (bread) and Dudley (music) were generous donors. At the nwntV4y,,me,-tii,g. tb.1- associa tion .made arrvtigemantis for the Empire Day-picnic and «ports. These will toke place at Mr. Milne's on Saturday. 29th. A good prcgraisuie has beta prtpartd.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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GREEN VALLEY MEETING AND PRIZE-GIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

GREEN VALLEY MEETING AND PRIZE-GIVING. Tile local Sunday school held their an nual meeting and prize-giving at the Green Valley Hall on May 23. The at tendance was far in excess of any other meeting. The children sang and recited exceptionally well, being trained by the Messrs. Diehm. ? Next Sunday, Mr. H. Wearne will take thc usual service at 7.15 p.m. DANCE AND EUCHRE. A dance and euchre party was held at the Progiess Hall on May 22. with Mr. Wilson as M.C., and the Moonmoms »Orchestra. Winners: - Euchre: Ladies, Mrs. Barnet 1, Mrs. Doak 2; gent.'s, Mr. Doak 1, Mr. Gimson 2. Miss Joan Ma loney won the lucky door prize, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred the novelty bardance, and Mrs. Doak the chocolate waltz.

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

Saturday Matinee at Z; Night st 7.80. Monday at 7.45, Wednesday 8 p.m., Thursday 8 p.m. Ring Liverpool 8 for Reservations. SATURDAY (Matinee & Night) and MONDAY, MAY 29 & 31 THE PICTURE THE WORLD IS WAITING TO SEE ! "LLOYD'S OF LONDON," «fill Freddie BARTHOLOMEW, Madelin-: CARROLL, Sir Guy STANDING, Tyrone l-OUlitt, C. Aubrey Smith, Virginia Fiel'J, and Mammoth Cast. ALSO- ' Children of the Great River . .their emotions stark and strong ! A Great Drama with Songs that flood the' : heart ! BARBARA STANWYCK and JOEL ,McCREA,. in "BANJO ON M Y K NE E," with HELEN WESTLEY. BUDDYEBSEN, WALTER BRENNAN, and WALTER CATLETT, * SPECIAL CORONATION FIOI. WEDNESDAY "DESIRE" and'TE Also Episode of Serial, "ADVENTUR U:NE 2: ROI) & SAM," FRANK MERRIWELL." THURSDAY, JUlME 3: Bing Crosby in "PÉNNNIES from HEAVEN," _"THE FLYING HOSTESS." SATURDAY, JUNE 5: , "GOLD DIGGERS of BROADWAY," "ROMEO AND JULIET." FOR SALE y FOR SALE, A Fine Selection of Except ional Quality Dairy and Ho...

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"MISS A.L.P." SUCCESSFUL LIVERPOOL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

"MISS A.L.P." SUCCESSFUL LIVERPOOL DANCE Tile first function rn support of "Mus A.L.P.," of the Werriwa electorate, which was held in Liverpool Town Hall last Saturday night, was a great success, over 200 persons attending. Miss Kathleen O'Neill represents "Miss A.L.P.," and the dance ls the first of a series to be held in her support. The Melodians orcnes tra proved very popular, with Mr. Terry I Fitzpatrick as M.C. * * The features of the evening were the popular girl competition, which was won by Miss Peggy Stanton, and the final :bf the quick step competition, which was won by Mr. and Mrs. Chapman (Liver pool), with Miss Lil. Whittaker and Mr. G. Gallager (Newtown) second, and Miss K. Langworthy and Mr. McGarry (Cab ramatta) third. A very clever exhibition of quick . step, Spanish tango and car ioka was given by the well-known in terstate champion. Mr. Tommy Dessaix, and Miss Jean Winchester. The prizes were presented by Mr. ¡H. Lazzarini, M-H.R, who was accompanied by Mrs. Lazz...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

Constable William Miter, who for 12 yean has been stationed at Campbell town, ls retiring from thc force and wilt be leaving the district He is exceed ingly popular, and ls VP receive a testi monial ftom ,$ie town{(people. Mr. Eric Wilson, of Macquarie-street, who recently won a travelling art schol arship, entitling him to ijwo years' study in London will leave for'«he old country I on June 19. He will probably remain longer than two years, j Mr. Gordon Taylor, who ls employed at Fitzpatrick's store, Sfcotl-st., is suf fering with an injured/ hand, received whilst cranking a car lfst week. Mr. Jim Beale, firenhan, stationed at Guildford, ls recovering from an attack of influenza. j? Mrs. Tascer, pfTäathurst-street, is R patient in St. JOsepli's Hospital, Auburn. Owing to toe illness of his wife, Mr. Jack Marshy Town clerk cf Liverpool, has cancelled ind .finitely his proposed trip tOrdsngland. He was to have sailed on MayJ 22. Friends cf Mrs. Emily Ball rwlll be pleased' to see her...

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Gymkhana at Hargrave Park [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

Gymkhana at Hargrave Park, A very successful day's sport was held under the supervision of Mr. Jenkins at Hargrave Park, Liverpool, last Saturday. There was a greater number of horses than before, and the quality was very much better. The results were: HBck. Miss V. MacMillan 1, Miss Brockelhurst 2; novice hack, Miss Clarke I 1. Miss Power 2; girl rider, Miss Brock elhurst 1. Miss t. Rickard 2; boy rider. Master Marcy 1, Clive Shaw 2; novice lady rider. Miss Clarke and Miss Hick worth 1. Miss Blundell 2; novice gentle man rider, croucher and Rye 1, Reyn olds 2: pony hack, O. Croucher 1, Marcy and Shaw 2; riding school hack. Thome's Riding School (Campsie) 1, Miss Power (Liverpool) 2. Ladies' hunt: Murgatroid 1, Irwin 2. Ladies' novelty: Miss K. Woods 1, Miss Blundell 2. Special prize, novice I lady rider: Miss Power 1, Miss C. Rick ards 2. Open novelty: Bowman 1. Miss K. Woods. 2. Pony novelty: Croucher 1. Marcy 2. Flag race, ladles: Miss 6. Clegg 1, Miss Mylrea 2. Flag race, gents....

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GAOL FOR ASSAULT. STATE HOSPITAL INMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

GAOL FOR ASSAULT. STATE HOSPITAL INMATE. At iLiverpool Police Court on Monday, James Smith was charged with having assaulted d'Benzl Mathias at Liverpool on May 21. ' Sgt. Dudley said that a 1.10 p.m. he was called to Liverpool State Hospital, where he found defendant in custody of some wardsmen. He was told there had been a row. The other man gave the name cf Count Mathias and had a dam aged eye. He'gave defendant into wit ness' custody. Defendant said "The Count" had assaulted him, too. The Count, very weak and feeble, with his head bandaged, gave his" name as d'Renzl Mathias, now of Liverpool Hos pital, once-a farmer, and later a singer. He said he was sitting around a fire with five others, and saw Smith come Into the ward-about 1.30 p.m. Smith started to use obscene language, and he. ("The Count") objected, and said, "Look here; don't use that here; this is a sick ward." Smith said, ',Who the blazes are you?" "Then I saw him punch at my stomach," said complainant, "but I steppe...

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Liverpool Loan Work TENDERS ACCEPTED CONDITIONALLY. LOCAL MEN TO BE EMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

Liverpool ?< Loan - Work TENDERS ACCEPTED CON DITIONALLY. LOCAL MEN TO BB EMPLOYED. Liverpool council held a special meet ing on Tuesday night to consider tenders for contracts for drainage work in scolt strect and Graham-avenue. Five tenders were received. There was a difference" of £9000 odd between the highest and the lowest tena ers. £5500 of the proposed loan money was allocated for the work, if required-the total loan being about £21,000. Tne contract provides for 90 per cent, local men, and 60 must be employed for | not less Ulan one month, over the whole Job. Aid. Childs asked whether all other relief men would be obliged to go back on the dole; and the Mayor replied that he could not yet say. A letter was ex pected giving the right to employ only local men instead of securing the men through the Labor Exchange. The Mayor said he would not agree to the work being carried out. He and Aid. Childs moved that "Before signing any contract council secure from the depart...

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CLOSING HOURS STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER FOR LABOR AND INDUSTRY (Hon. J. M. Dunningham, M.L.A.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

STATEMENT UV THE MINISTER FOR LAHOR ANW'INDUSTRY (lion. J. M. Uuimlnslwm, M.L.A.) The Factories and Shops (Amendment) Act, 1930, provides that the existing ; hopping hours «hall remain until new eli «mg times are fixed in accordance witn- the provisions of that Act. Tile Act provides that tile closing times for ally class of shops situate in a shop ping district, whether or not employ.es are engaged (herein, shall be such times as may be fixed by an award .made after the commencement of the Act for the cessation cf the ordinary hours of work cf anplcyees in such shops. This prin ciple was adopted by.Parliament in 1915 when determining the closing hours cf1 butchers* shops. Repr ^citations have been made from time to time by shopkeepers for relief from the rigid times fixed by the Early Closing Act, but such relief could only be given by amendment of th: law by Parliament, wrich altered times would again remain rigid. The effect cf tile new law is to enable the Industrial Commission ...

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SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

SURPRISE PARTY. At the Invitation of relatives and friends, about 75 people assembled at Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thorn's residence, at Moorebank, on 15th instant, to cele brate the 21st anniversary cf the ibirth- 1 day of their nrphew. The guest received a pleasant surprise on bein? presented with a bejutiful gold wristlet watch, a key, and other gifts from his. pals. A huge bonfire was lit, everyone hav ing great fun wi'h fireworks and ilreballs. Supper, provided *>v the ladles, .waa handed round, ard the re't of the even ing- was spent in community, singing,' all enjoying themselves Immensely.

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NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. MATTERS OF DISTRICT INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

MATTERS OF PISTRWPÏ INTEREST, Cia.'Hewitt' (president), with Crs. Ed mondson; Blaikie. Barker, Scott and Watson, were presen at last week's meet lng cf Nepean Shire Council. The agenda paper comprised the following matters of interest: . Cr. Barker suggested several joad and culvert -matters to the meeting, to bs at tended to by the engineer. : Cr. Scott polneed out that trees wei« prevalent along the roads where Llver _nool Council -would bo cxUMding electric ity Into the shire, and suggested that the trees be lopped Instead of destroying them.-Tills was left to the engineer. . The shire clerk reported on certain proiMsed action for the enrolment of el ectors. This years7"|n addition to the usual procedures an advertisement will be inserted calling upon qualified persons to enrol as/*tictors. The report was ad opted. / Councji decided un the suggestion ot the shin) clerk that application be -made for the iialf-yearly endowment of £200. The Aigineer submitted a comprehen sive repfcr...

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WHO CAN ANSWER? (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

WHO CAN ANSWER ? ("To the Editor.) Two or throe weeks aso vou published I a paragraph in "The News" in reference to "Old Liverpool". Here's the answer lo your queries di Which is the oldest, house in Liv erpool ?-Mill Browne's, in Bigge-street. (2) Who is the oldest resident of Hie district ?-Grannie Dàimènt, Mt. Prit chard. (12 Who is the oldest native-born? Mr. W. Orr. Northumberland-street. (4) Which is the oldest slion still used for business purposes ?-McPherson s. Marquarie-street. (5) Whirhis the oldest hotel of those I still lironsed ?-Gillock's (now the Col lingwood). (6) Who has been in business longest ? -Mr. Steve Pearce, CnmpbelHowt-road. -"NOT SO OLD."

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45th ANNUAL BALL ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

45th ANNUAL BALL ST. ANKH'S ORPHANAGE, UVÍEBPÓÓL. The principal s3tat»l event of the we on tile southern liflb was til« forty-til annual ball in aid om9i<Aniie'.s orpha age, held in the Town HmU, Liveipuul. luesday night last. iThe hall was coi fdrtably tilled with a gny^taong. ea one of whom appeared tu enW ev* moment' of the evening. Tile ayracii interior of the enlarged hall, wlith t multi-colored electric globes suspend from the celling, rendered decoiatio superfluous. However, the Coronalis touch was given by red, white an j bl draplngs' for the windows, and bunin in front of the stage. Darcy's orehest provided excellent music; and the duti of M's..C. were in the capable lia lids Messrs. B. C. and Terry Fitzpatrick. A pretty feature of the proceedin; was the presentation of debutantes < tile president of the committee (Mrs. Cullen) to the Mayoress (Mis. de Me; rick), who graciously received Uiei These two ladies each carried a beam ful basket of flowers. T...

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LAB[?] [?]RGANISATION. WERRIWA ELECTORATE COUNCIL. UNITED FRONT LETTER REJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

LAB/ ORGANISATION. WERRIWA ELECTORATE COUNCIL. UNITED FRONT LETTER REJECTED. A special meeting of the above coun cil was held in the Miners' Hall, Rawson Place, Sydney, cn May 15, for the pur pose of organising Werriwa for the Fed eral elections. Aid. F. Hill (Lansvale) occupied the chair. There was ail ex cellent attendance of delegates, all areas being represented. Correspondence from the South coast United Front Committee was tabled by the secretary, the reception of same be ing rejected by council. The chairman made the following ruling: "That the re jection of the United Front correspond ence wps a direction that no delegates from the Werriwa Council could attend any meeting of that body." The ruling was accepted. Further correspondence from the Cen tral A.L.P. executive informed council "That the United Front was declared a Communist organisation, and as such had been banned by both State and Fed eral executives of the Labor Party." It was decided to elect sub-campaign directo...

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ROSSMORE CYCLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

ROSSMORE CYCLE CLUB. The above club held a 19-mile race on May 22. when the winners were:-Ossie Cowan (scr.) 1 and fastest time (40.20). Harold Northey (2.40) 2, Greg Moffat (0.15) 3.

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CAR OVERTURNS: MAN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

CAR OVERTURNS; MAN KILLED. When his car skidded In Campbcll town-road. Denham Court,, near Liver pool, on sunday, and overturned down H four feet embankment. Frank Carrett. *5. of Darling-street. Rozelle, was fatally Injured. V'i Liverpool Amulance took him to Liv erpool Hospital. He was dead, on arrival. Arter insTtintr tape in polUCWfS.-tc, lust tack lt in (lie middle rf the back to prevent thc mri' of thc tape from Blih oma. w . . _ _ ...

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The Weekly Bath Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

The Weekly Bath Habit. There is a cornmon/îaying L'oal "Clean liness is next ti a-firness." Whether that be so or not, tsL-'e is no doubt, that cleanliness in our fi'.ons. in our habits, and in our homes, is of paramount im portance in maintaining health and hap piness. It is particularly gratifying to observe that the week-end bath habit-the weekly Saturday night ritual so rigidly observed by our grandmothers-is giving place to the dally shower, with a hot bath once or twice a weet lt is said that there are two million.« sweat blands in our bodies, which are constantly exuding waste products, un ness these wastes are removed by fre quent and regular bathing, the pores be come clogged and interfere with the proper working of our bodies Cleanliness ls particularly necessary where babies and children are concern ed. Dirt harbors disease. Most mothers realise this, and keep their babies clean and sweet; but occasionally the Baby Health Centre Sisters come across a dirty mother who negl...

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H[?] HERE [?] 19/6 [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

8*1/ |9/6. In Mr. t éitlsement of] ready-to-wear ». »he price ap peared at £8/1/6. T«» Ira* a printer's error, and should read £2/19/6. At the ] later figure the suits are splendid \-alue. ,

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

w ll m» ohn V. TULLY F. R. E, I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE). ÎUJCTIÔNEER, REAL ESTATE AG£NT, and STOCK SALESMAN, RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 247/ ADVICE GIVE; Respecting all Properly Matters Stock iSales, Trucking and Genera! Auction Inforr/ation. Reacting Dairy Cattle may bc sold through Liverpool Saleyards. AShtTOllS Sons, Ply. Lld. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GE17the MEAT THAT BEATS THE MST! Ashcroft and -Sons stack all those meats Suet as stand a» Purity Test! Her¡» iar>) those steaks, good judges say. Can easily excel/the rest. Really -the Primest and Choicest Only enterUre Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meatsThat are tender and ju'cy Th y mate from the Ashcroft blccks. 'Tis always this Popular Meat Mart Supples you tile Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! COME TO watson and Hilloyle 194 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL, - FOR - EVERYTHING FOR BABY TUNICS AND BLAZERS. BER...

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BABY SHOW. ATTRACTION AT HAMMONDVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937

BABY SHOW. ATTRACTION AT HAMMONDVILLE. Fostponed from Coronation Day, the baby thow at Hammondville was held on Saturday last, 22nd, Ti".ere was a fair i'd try, and tile judges had no easy task. The champion baby of the thow was 10-montlis-old Robert Cole. Following w re the other winners: John McKinncn (under six months), Ernce Williams 16 io 12 months). Fred. Maxwell (12 to 18 months). Thp prizes were £11'- f r the champion avid 10/6 ! for das» winners. Dr. R. A. Lovejoy, Nurse Healy, and Mrs. Shepherd, of Sydney, were judges. In addition to tho baby show, a sports programme was carried out. Mr. Gaffney was the outstanding performer of the day, winning the 100 and 220 yards han dicap*. In th» evening a "talent quest" con cert was held, and a most enjoyable pn t rtainment was provided. The prize for Uie brst item was awarded to Messrs. Ruiiciman and Palmer, who gave a very r"ne sketch. The prize was 15/-. Captain Dash, representing Canon Ham mond, was present. SPORTS COMMITTEE. The...

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