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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
"THE NEWS" (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 1-791 PRINTING, NEWS, and ADVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (NEWS and ADVTS.) Ficing a deliú¿í thc above, fin. papers havevûfo connection willi a "D.O. applies p. arc now using KR1 fully cleansijaai^rei. H. SHA ,D î S P E 'Phone: Liv. 39. Overcoat - BRADLEY - Overcoats Made in fie very Latest Style from the Newest Designs and Patterns, including Fancy Tweeds and Navy. WINTER IS NEAR-BEW>REPARED ! You will be Pleasantly Surp«bed to see tju^mptaderfu). Value and Assortinfent we canjttfcr^A---^ ÀnoNwe can arrange JERUK: FÄ/S76fleposit, 1^-weekly. Wear While You Pavy' -yf-r--^-- Tim&lt;stí^JBr&á\ey Way. Leather Coats Made from Specially Selected Hides. Leather has gone up in price, but BRADLEY'S KEEN Qyf / BUYING enables us to sell at- O**'." or 8 6 Deposit, 4/3^weekly. Leather Lunmer Jackets -'-. or 6/- Deposit, 3/- weekly. 59/6 -SAC S U I'T S BRADLEY TAILORED TO MEASURE, £3/15/- Te £6/6/ Harold T* Bradley, TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, 215 Ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
A P R ï TL Specials, at _W, J, NIXON'S BOY'S WOOLLEN SWEATERS, fin ished In contrasting shades, 22 to 26s, 4/1Í each. MEN'S SWEATERS asserted styles, including Fullovers. Cardigans, Lum ber Jackets and Jerkins, from 8/11 each. MEN'S WORKING BOOTS in Black cr Tan, hard-wearing quality, 10/9 pair. MEN'S SHOES, in Black or Tan Year ling Calf, Special, all sizes, 10/9 pair. GIRLS' COLLEGE SHOES, in Black or Tan Calf, and Black Patent leath er, sizes 10 to 1, 7/11 pair. MEN'S CAMBRIC COAT SHIRTS, assorted designs, 3/11 each. MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS, with strong leather soles, 3/11 pair. KAYSER FULLY FASHIONED PUKE SILK HOSE, ali shades, 4/11 pair. LADIES* TOP COATS. New Season's styles, assorted shades, sizes S.S.W.. S.W. and W.,- 24/C each. BLANKETS - AUSTRALIAN WOOL BLANKETS, White Double Bed, size 29/11, 36/, 39/6, Pair; WHITE SINGLE BED 18/11 pair: GREY SINGLE BED, 16/11 and 18 ll pr. UNBLEACHED SHEETS, Guaranteed for hard wear-Doubl? Bed size, 6/11 pair; Single Bed Size 4/11. LADIES' FL...
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
CHRISTI« A* SCIENCE';^ÚWPHES. 1 "Arc Sin,.\)lsease, and Death'Beal?" was thc subj«!*, in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on ^Sunday. .^»afl« thäjBible quotations compris i-.ir^Thc Less$rSennon was the follow .îïfig: "Por ticñ hath n'ot given us the spirit cf fear; Mit the power, and ol love, and nf a sound mind." 2 Timothy l:T. Thc following passage rom theCfe«4st^ ian Science- textbook, "gcigRcV and Healtii with Key . to tha^-gcriptures," bv Mary Baker Eddy,-.\vae also included: "Tlie evidence^.af the physical senses cft»n ïfwwS the real Science of baing, and so creates a reign of discord-as signing seeming Dower to sin, sickness, and death; but the great facts of Life, rightly understood, defeat this triad of errors, contradict their false witnesses, and reveal the Kingdom of heaven,-the actual reign of harmony on earth." P.122. 1 hit nasty-looking woman over bv (fte cloak-room looks bad-temnered, don't .vou tliink ?' on? man remarked to an other at the dance. 'She is my wife,'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
jVtOAUTV YO» Y D J^j A PK' COATS, pJMi\ER JACKETS. ¿RE \rorn .75/ - - LIVERPOOL, f ~-vi 1"\2 ..>?r., jr Church Services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, i s First Chiu-ch^^ptol^,. Statist, * Sunday Bet^e^M^unf/^i'$tM-' f We&rsday Evening meeting. 8 p.m.. In the Church edifice. Smith-street, í gelding Room, Smith -street. Hours: .Monday ^> Frid>j', 12 noon to 5 p.m. : ST. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL/ Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones. Th-, sch. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 715 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH. LIVERPOOL. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15**p.m. Corner. Norfolk and Cas lerea&lt;*h at*. Sunday n?xt- ll am. a^d 7 p.m. Jun ior CE. 10 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. Holy Communion each Sunday morn ing and third Sunday nig.'it. Wednesday-Prayer Meeting. Pastor A. A. Whale, Baptist Theolog ical College, 40 Chirotte-sl., Ashfield. . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH» -S Sunday rext-Liverpool ll a.m:, 7 p.m. Glenfield, 3.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, LIVERPOOL. , Rev. Fr. McCormick, P.P. ^ Rev. Fr. Jf.en. THE SALVATION ARM...
Green Valley Dance [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 April 1937
Green Valley Dance The Oreen Valley Progress Association held a dance an euchre party at the new Progregs Hall on April 10, which turned out a financial success. The euchre prizes were won bv Mr. Gibb and Mr. Aldred (gent's), and Mrs. Gibb and Brs. Besnard fladi"E'). The lucky d^or prize was won by Mrs. Tyler; and thr bDb and stand barn dance hv Mrs. Leishman Wilber force and Miss Molly Winnall. The The Monte Carlo prlre rs won bv Mr. Gibb and Miss Ida Sherriff. Mr. Marple's orchestra sunplied the music, and every body enjoyed, themselves, ? singing the old-time songs which the musicians rerdered. The association thanked nil patrons who attends arid promised to do every thing in their Eow^r tn glvî rvrybody a lally coed time at future functions. SUPPORT "THE NEWS." AND YOU SUPPORT LIVERPOOL.
BUTTERFLY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
_- I BUTTERFLY THEATRE. j "Ladies ir» Love" and1 "Her Master's Voice" are the two ..main attractions at the Butterfly Theatre for Saturday next. For Monday Jean Harlow in ."Paris" and for Wednesday, "California Mail." There |. ere 'fine supporting features for each : screening. See advt.)
HAPPINESS CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
HAPPINESS CLUB DANCE. The Happiness Club held a most sue-1 cefsrul dance in thc Town Hall on Sat-1 uraay night, 250 persons attending. Mus ic was supplied by Geo. Lee's popular orchestra. Many novelties were intro duced, winners including : Mystery couple Miss Thompson, Mr. Evans and Miss Col well; spot dance, Miss P. Ives and part- j ner; lucky door prizes, Mr. Schell and Miss Ruby Lawrence. A delicious supper was served and a streamer waltz concluded the enjoyable evening. Watch "The Biz." and "The News" lor advts. of coronation dance. May IS.
SUNDAY CONCERT ASSIST R. S. S. I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
SUNDAY CONCERT ASSIST R. S. S.* I.L.AV The concert held at the Town Hall last Sunday evening, under the auspices of the Liverpool sub-branch of the above league, was well attended. The pro gramme, arranged by Miss Ruby Coulson, with her usual aptitude, was thoroughly enjoyable, being tastefully varied. lu the first half the orchestra gave a march b.,a s-iccnon, Miss Mellie Kemp sang; Mr. McMlchael presented pencil sket cnes; followed by a vocal interlude by Bcnnls Beach and the orchestra; songs Mr. Billy Martin; mello-plano solos, Miss Peggj' Ford; orcnestra, with obligate by Mr. Terry Murphy. Then came an impressive Anzac inter-, lude, comprising the following: "Anzac," Miss Kemp; "Till We .meet Again," Bea nie Beach; A scene in Flanders, Mr. Mc Michael; "When the Poppies Bloom Again," Miss Ford; "The Long, Long Trail," Billy Martin; "Home, Sweet Hmoe," Terry Murphy; "The Last Post," Bugler Sgt. W. Reeves; "Nearer My God to Thee," Miss Kemp. The same artists appeared in the sec ond...
LOCAL BOY'S SUCCESS. Wins Art Scholarship. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
LOCAL BOVIS SUCCESS. Wins Art Scholarship. The . Education Department announc ed on Tuesday that Ute committee of the New South Wales Travelling Art Schol arship had awarded the scholarship for this year to Mr. Eric Wilson, of Liverpool. The decision was made after the report of the adjudicator (Mr. Max Meldrum) was considered. The work of the competitors will oe on view at the National Art Gallery until Wednesday next.
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
SCHOOL OF ARTS. °n Thursday. 15th instant, the com nMtte». of the Liverpool Sc'oN of Arts held its usual monthly irpetlng. with the view cf obtaining financial assist ance, the committee decided to rua a weekly card and games evening, each Thursday, at the Schcol of Arts. The ¿raw for the second round of the ti'l ards t:urnament has taken place, and payers are asked to content their matches as seen as possible, so that the tourney will not clash with the snooker chtmpienship. SUPPOST "THE NEWS." AND YOU SL'PPOBT LIVEEPOGL.
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
Liverpool Tennis Club. The fourth of the series of ladies' mid week tournaments, which was played on the club courts' last week, had an entry of 10 pairs and was played in two divis ions, 10 games up being played in each set, and some excellent and closely con tested tennis was witnessed during the afternoon's play. The Campbelltown pair, Mrs. Devitt and Mrs. Härders, who had finished particularly close in previous matches, played most consistent tennis to win the No. 1 division with a score of 32 games from the on-5 mark, whilst Mrs. S. Brumby and Mrs. Woods were escond with a score of .8.games from the on-9 mark. The No. 2 division was won bv Miss J. Brewer and Mrs. Thompson with a score cf 32 games from the on-6 mark, whilst second place was filled by Mrs. C. Saun ders and Mrs. A. Becquct with a score of 30 games from the on-9 mark. Miss Brewer end Mrs. Thompson had also bsen very close to winning cn previ ous occasions, and played excellent ten nis in this event and had the best...
HOXTON PARK PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. "QUEEN" COMPETITION WINNER [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
HOXTON PARK PROGRESS I ASSOCIATION. 1 "QUEEN" COMPETITION WINNER Cn SaturdJÊ; night last the Hoxton Pa* Hall was tbAcene of a very, successful function, tljeBpccasicn being the an ! nouncing of %e winner of the recent "Queen" competition. The hall was filled to. overflowing with an excited and expectant crowd of pat rons, all anxious to hear the result. . After a very enjoyable supper, the president of the association (Mr. A. Grim son, junior), introduced the candidates, and then declared the result as foljows: Miss P. Irving £40/10/9, Miss M. Murphy £20,. and Miss B. Breedon £13. Total, £73/10/9. The announcement was greeted with a , very enthusiastic burst of applause. The win by the local girl. Miss Irving, was a very popular and mcrifcoricus one. Mr. Grimson, in a few well-chosen words, congratulated the winner on her success, and also the other candidates and com mittees. He extended to the people of Hoxton Park and district the associa tion's thanks arid appreciation. Miss Irv...
WHAT IS WRONG? (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
WHAT IS WRONG? (To the Editor.) Sir.-on geing round town last week one noticed that the main shcppuig j 6ireets were not being swept each morn- j lng, as was dene up till a week or so ago. Why? i Mow, Mr. Editor, hew it lt that, while j we have such a number of rtllef work ers in Liverpool, some of these mea are' net given blocks of streets to look after and keep the weeds down off the foot paths. If twelve cf the men were, nut ' on, one man to eách" bleck," what a diff erence lt wohld make to the look of the tcwii and to those who walk. You can look, and be pleaded to think that the Government bas such a Soe home for the old gentlemen of the State In their declining years, as'we Have in Liverpool, with its well-laid out grounds, " and every comfort, good food and beds, etc., but one notices that lhere are also a number of younger men roaming the streets from "the home," and wonder1 why they are there. Look round our street corners and see the groups cf young men from "the home" and...
CHESS. VISIT FROM BOSSLEY PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
VISIT PROM BOSSLEY PARK. On Thursday evening im a team from ¡ Beesley Park visited Liverpool to con test a match for the Fishpool cup. There was a g.od roll-up of local players, but only five visitors. Bossley won by four games to one. Du:ing refreshments Mr. Norman wel come! the visitors, and said he hoped they had .had an enjoyable evening. The Bossley captain responded. Tiie Liverpool chess ClutJ will mo^t in the School of Arts on Monday nights in tlie future. Quite a number cf the younger players are showing great im provement, and will soon bc difficult to j defeat. :
Assault at Bridge. MAN FINED £3. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
Assault at Bridge. MAN FINED £3. William Tony Antaw, of Liverpool, was fined £3 at Liverpool Court on Saturday last, by Messrs. E. C. Gruchy and, H. Watt, J.'s P., on a charge of having un lawfully assaulted Reginald Morris, on April 16. Antaw pleaded guilty to the charge. Morris said there was a Are near the bridge at Liverpool (near the railway station), and he went oyer and lay down beside it. Defendant came up and said: .'Get out of here; here, this is ray place, I rent this;" and he replied: "I'm a sick man, and lin going to stay here." De fendant then called him a malingerer and drunkard, and struck him twice with a stick. Two stitches were needed for a a wound over his left eye. Antaw said he remarked to. Morris: "You'll get burnt there; get up and get out of herc." Morris hit him with a piece of coal, and he then struck Mor ns with a stick."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937
ÏSCO CYCLE FULL PARTICULARS of THIS Free Tyre Offer .w a -J^W"U»v calline on LIVERPOOL. I I ? PHONE: Liv. 303. !>' MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. I] t 11 uni " I cpr Essentially Modern in appear- j I *M ance, this New S.T C WU^PI \ \ si HURRY!-- HURRY» This Offer ceases at end of this month. YOU WILL BE NEEDING A Hot Water B GET ONE NOW. Prices range from 2/- to^7/6. From A. T. MURRAY, M. P. S., CITY-PRICE CHEMIST. Telephone: Liverpool 223. He.e's a Tip: Start taking Nyal Chilblain Tablets now, to avoid Chilblains. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed hy Tooth and Co., Limited, Sydney, Australia, and BOTTLED BY CHARLIE YEARN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIYERPbOL. Telephone : Liverpool 111.