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Proposed Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
Proposed Building Society. A meeting of residents in Liverpool, Cabramatta, Ingl burri and ether centres interested in tile formation of a co-op erative building soci?ty will be held in t1 e Town Hall, Liverpool, cn Thursday night next, 3rd June, at 8. His Worship the Mayor will preside1, and Mr. P. J. ' Carr; ll, cf Sydney, rcpr'sentins thc Re ps rar of Building Societies, will explai-i i lip scheme and the benefits accruing tleicuiic'cr. The Government is actively encour aging the formation of societies of this . type and is prepared to guarantee loan« to iii» societl's, and have prepared mod 1 nil-.s for thc management. All socieitef are subject to Government supervision avid inspection, and ar required to kelp accounts in prescribed form and to have same audited by an approved auditor. Loans up to 9(1 ]>er cent, of th? s?ciii'lty ¡ray bc made to member!: and nieiiibcr .sliin is qualified by Certificates bearing int-rest repayable over about 15 years. Fi om and after obtai...
FASHION HINTS. FROM SCREEN[?] PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
FASHICJN HINTS. PROM SOREEli I PERSONALITIES. t and new in the atones was worn it lay, Metro-Goldwyn m the lapel ol her suit ther strap with a good alnut pendani. from the mt shell sprang open to imepiece. has a smart nsw sports with a candid camera :hes in length and one' The camera is capable the size of a postage tied on the framework instant focussing, camera, are finished something realm of lapel, cently by My Mayer -star, hung a short sized English end. The reveal a tiny Madge Eva; -bag equipped measuring two inch,' in width, of taking pictui stamp and ls li for convenience Both tile bag an tn a natural pigs! Maureen O'Sullivah's ntew dinner dress Is of the popular ankle rangth and is fashioned from blacA brojjdoloth. Tile neck, high in front and loífTt» back, is scalloped and edg;d in rows of \jny cop per sequins. A leaf : motif, hr lid-em broidered In ma'ching sequins, ar>lkmen:s either side of Ure tight bodL'-\ The skirt is sectional and flared. V i Eleanor Powell, M-G-M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
?.?NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT, -MAY 29, f_A DANCE - .! will be hold >n' MINTO SCHOOL/OF ARTS, in aid of BQyS' CLUB. Wonderful Flow'. Moonmoth Orchestra. Goad Supper. TICKETS, 1/6. E. KNOWLES. Hon. Sec. TENDERS. TENDERS pre invited tqf PAINTING Ihe Presbyterian Manse. ^EiverpooV. Specifications can t*c/ had from H. NICHOLLS, 205 Macquarie-street, Liv erpool .i Tenders close MONDAY. JUNE 5. -- NEXT - Cattle Sale Liverpool Saleyards, Saturday, /May 29, JOHN V. TULLY, Auctioneer, Phone: Liv. 247. Liverpool. WARNING NOTICE. Commonwealth of Australia. AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES. The Public arc warn d thatrfiring wi'h Mortars will ¡tske place on tb» Liverpool Greenhills Area, between jaie hours ol 10 a.m. and 3 ji m. on FREDAY. MAY 28. 1937, and that it will bo* dangerous be tween those hours to jfenter the area bounded on the ÇJorth/by on East-West Une thiough Gntenhflls Trig, on the Fast by Harris Credit, on the South by an Erst-Weit line through Flat Rock Crossing: oiv>the West by Mooreb...
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
Liverpool Tennis Club. ! The two ladies' mid-week teams won their competition matches on Wednesday of last week, the No. 1 team defeating Ingleburn by nine games, and the No. 2 team defeating Eaglemont by 25 games. Following are the teams and the draw for matches on wednesday next. 26th: Campbelltown v Liverpool 1 mo altera tion); Liverpool 2 v Presbyterian (Mrs. C. Heeger, captain. Miss J. Thomas, Mrs. G. Thompson and Mrs. R. Dunbar). The second round of the mixed compe tition will commence on Saturday after noon next, and following are the draw and the teams for Ute matches:-Wim bledon v Al (no alteration) ; A2 v Picton (B. Kirkpatrick, captain. R. Hindmarsh, C. Webb, J. Lomax. MissiO. Kitcher and 1 Mrs. W. Beveridge) ; Glenfield v A Res. 1 i (la'dles, Mrs. H. Ayres and Miss v. Thorne); A Res. 2 v Gundaroos (ladles, Mrs. J. Shortiss and Miss S. Brumby); I B team v Eaglemont (ladies, Miss A. Rae and Miss M. Locker) ; Happiness vB Res. (ladies, Mrs. C. Thompson and Mrs. R. Dunbar). ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHo£ SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Station), LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT RE P(A>KR S : We Give You the Quality as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel Model is a unique departure from conventional design. The aerial is a self-contained inbuilt unit. You' simply plug in tune in-listen in. WE WILL DEMONSTRATFLGJADLY. P. E. Le M A S U R I E R, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS/AT MOOREBANK GARA GfE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charg^ngjy'Retreads. IIIGH-rRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WY CH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL., 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. DROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY^/ THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION ISTESRNESTLY SOLICITED MADE UNDER HYGIENIC CO...
INGLEBURN. TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
I N G LE_B URN. TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY. ! Fifty guests were invited last Satur day night. 22nd inst., to attend the twenty-first birthday party of Miss , Thelma Mahon. Mr. and Mis. T. Mahon I (the latter wearing a frock of rust flat crepe), assisted by their daughter (who chose a iraak of floral crepe and a green velvet coat), received the guests at the Ingleburn Parish Hall, and at supper at their home. Trie evening was spent in dancing, a balloon race, and musical items given by Miss R. Coles and Miss M. King, who sang, and a piano solo by Mr. Stacpool. At the supper, the toast of the guest of honor was given by Mr. H. Daley (town clerk of ingleburn) and was sup ported by Mr. H. Burn. The toast of the host and hostess was proposed by - Mr. B. Stacpool, and Mr. Mahon replied. The guest of honor was presented with a gold key and floral tributes. The house and the hall were very pret tily decorated for the occasion by Mrs. Mahon, who used masses of roses and sweet peas to gain a...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 27 May 1937
HOCKEY. (By "Off Side.") Liverpool team played a very liard game of hockey on Saturday last at Centenial Park, when they defeated Y.M.C.A. in the fifth round of the com petition. There were only eight men to represent Liverpool, and Len Jones came I on the field with an injured foot, which was caused by scalding." Although handi capped, he played a sparkling game as inside left. Tire first half of the game was hard and even, and there was no score. The whistle went with the president of the NS.W. Hockey Association calling both teams to an inquiry. Certain players from both teams were told not to play during the second half, for not having the full and proper "rig-out." Some played in long trousers and odd shirts. The president said that this should not continue, tout left it with the captains to decide whether these men should play in the second half. Both captains agreed and play started again without any players going off. E. McCooey was the first to net the ball, tut it was hit ...
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
LiverfUo] Tónní» tllub.: Following is the draw and acorns for competition materiel on Saturday next: Ai v Ingleburn (no alteration; Cam den v AS (A. Keys, captain, B. Kirkpat rick, c. Webb, J. Lomax, MiwVo. Klt cher. Mrs. W. Beveridge); A Reserve J v Eaglemont (ladies, Mis. H. Ay es and Mrs. J. Shortis) ; Oxford v A Re serve 2 (ladies, Mrs. S. Brumby and Mrs. B. Roberts); Minto v B team tno altera tion); B Reserve v Rhine Erin (ladles. Miss C. Thomson and Miss L. C *een). Following ls the draw and teams for the ladies' Mid-week competition / matchee next Wednesday, June 9:-Liverpool 1 a , bye; Liverpool 2 v Rhine Erin/ (Mrs. C. Heeger, captain, Miss J. Tliffmas. Mrs. R. Dunbar). The Al team had another, win on Sat urday last, when they- 'nanowly defeated Wimbledon by three gam/s, and they are now leading lnfthe A /rade event by four points ove» tîamden,, who are run ning second. Wie A2 team, by defeating Picton by two lames last Saturday, have gained third pltsltlon, and with a bit ...
The Hatching Season. Disinfection [?] Incubators. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
VHte Hatching Season. IMciafecUM ét Incubators. As tte beginning ol next month (June) should see « start made with incubation. 1 consideration should now be given to the I matter of disinfection. One of Ute best means ts fumigation with formaldehyde gas. which ls generated by adding for malin to permanganate of potash crys tals. The quantity of each required for every 20 cubic feet of incubator space is I ot. permanganate of potash and 4 oz. formalin. This treatment is for the dis-, infection of the incubators and not for! the eggs during fumigation. The quan tities that may be used for egg fumiga tion is contained in a leaflet available from the Department. The permanganate crystals should be placed in a fairly wide china or earthen ware vessel to avoid overflowing by ef fervescence when the formalin is added. The vessel containing the permanganate crystals should: be placed in the incu bator, the formalin added, and the door pf the machine then closed quickly, tak ing care not to ...
FOOTBALL. Liverpool Defeated. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
FOOTBALL. j Liverpool Defeated. * j A strong junior team from North Syd ney were hard pressed to defeat Liver pool by 9 to 3 last Sunday at the Camp oval. Fred Thorne scored the only try for Liverpool and was unlucky not to «core on two other occasions. The vis itors scored one try and converted three goals. Mr. Dave Gold held the whistle. The local team was:-C. Obern, F. Thorne, O. Staunton, R. cooper, R. Geeves, M. Rose, J. Smith, B. Orono, D. Lahay. M. Bosley, R. Penny, B. O'Brien, and J. Phillips.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
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HURLED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
' HURLED TO DEATH. ' One man was killed and another in jured on 6unday afternoon when their, motor cycle, returning from a reliability trial, came into collision with a taxi in C&mpbelltown-road, near Liverpool. Hugh MacGlllvray (25), of Jupiter street, Hunter's Hill, was killed. He was hurled several yards from the point ot | collision. > j John Carruthers (24),of Marttn-street, j Hunter's Hill, was taken by Liverpool Ambulance to Auburn District Hospital I and admitted, suffering from concussion I and injuries to face and hands. j
PARENTS AND CITIZENS' DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
PARENTS AND CITIZENS' DANCE. . Liverpool Junior Technical School P. and C. Association held a successful dance in the Scouts' Hill on May 31. Lionel Darcy's orchestra rendered pleas ing music, and Mr. A. Pender (secretary) was a capable M.C. The ladles served a very fine supper. Dancing was the chief form of amuse, ment, the winners being: Lucky door. Miss Oracle Williams; lucky ? number, Mr. J. Thorn; mystery barndance, Miss Druid and Mr. Reeves. Mr. Potts, V.P., spoke on behalf of the association. The association contemplates holding similar dances regularly, to raise funds for materials not supplied to the school by the department.
P.M.'S PROTEST. Garnisheeing Relief Workers' Wages. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
P.M.'S PROTEST. Garnisheeing Relief Workers1 Wages. , A cash order company proceeden against several relief workers- at Liver pool Court on Monday, with Liverpool. Cabramatta and Fairfield Councils as garnishees. The P.M., Mr. Bliss, said he had . to again protest against thc practice bf gar nisheeing the wages of relief workers men who had only two weeks work ¡af a time, and were paid a mere pittance. Ic was most unfair, though, of course, legal. He 'would like to say a lot more, but would refrain, he said. 1
MOTOR DRIVER FINED £3. Driving "Under Influence." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
MOTOR DRIVER FINED £3. Url vine "Under Influence." Colin Bruce Biffin appeared at liver pool police Court on Monday, charged with having driven a car while under the influence ot intoxicating liquor, on May 22, in Macq uarie - street, Liverpool. Sergeant Dudley said an accident oc curred tn Mulgoa-road, Liverpool, and defendant's car was concerned in the r accident. He had no previous convie tlon. it was possible that the other car : ! had caused the accident by not giving j way at an intersection. Defendant pass- i ed the doctor's test satisfactorily after | the court. I Defendant pleaded guilty.* and InMrieKN nf all the circumstances," was fined only 13.
A GLENFIELD 91st BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
A GLENFIELD 91st BIRTHDAY. "Granny" Childs, of Glenfield, ,ceie Qvated her 91st birthday on June 1. She 1 is keeping extremely well for her great 1 age.,and sews beautifully, reads and takes a great interest in everything. She re- i celved many gifts and good wishes, phe of the most prized being a birthday cake, which camp all the way from lier daughter in Queensland. i AND THE YOUNGEST I ! ? Mr and Mrs. Bert Sanders, cf Csn ] terbury-road, Glenfield, are the proud j parents of a new baby son.
WEDDING. STEEL—TIGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
A WEDDING. \ STEEL - TIGAR. 6t. "\Ann's Church, Merrylands, was daintilyIjjworalid with flowers, white tell« ànosttaamers over the ellar, mak ing a peMeetNçeUing for one of the prêt, tlest weddings' on the season. The bride wa« MteslDorrte XTigar, eldest daughter ol Mr. W. VL Tigar.Vf Mason-street, and the lat« Mrs. J.' Tiaar; and the bride groom was Mr. Karri' Steel, third son ot Mr. Steel of Liverpool. The organist was Müs. peters and Mist Peggy Kennedy rehdsfred ,fhe solo "Be cause." J '. The bride, dressed in ivory bridal satin, with fan-tail knlfe-pleated train, wort a coronet of orange blossom over an em broidered veil, falling to end of train, and carried a bouquet of white roses and pink carnations. The bridesmaid was Miss Elsie Ttgar, only sister of the bride, who wore hya cinth blue net, trimmed with band of satin, and hat and veil to match, and a bouquet pf sweet peas and roses. The little flower girl. Gloria Hendrich son, was a picture in salmon pink georg ette, cut cn o...
TREAT FOR ORPHANAGE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
TREAT FOR ORPHANAGE CHILDREN. The children of St. Anne's Orphanage, Liverpool, had a wry enjoyable day at the Lyceum Theatre on Friday last, when they witnessed the pictures of the Coronation of their - Majesties King , George VI and Queen Elizabeth, also me j film of Miss Gracie Fields in "The Show Goes On." This pleasure was accorded them by the kindness of the Mayor (Aid. J. F. de Meyrieck) and the local council, who generously agreed to meet the cost cf travelling expenses.
Liverpool Diggers. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937
Liverpool Diggers. ."Old Soldiers never die; they simpiy fade away." This may be correct; but j it was not so on the occasion of the Dig-, gers" meeting in Liverpool Memorial ] School of Arts on May 26. Tile prest-1 dent. Mr. H. L. Duckworth, was in the ! chair, and disposed of the routine busi ness expedUbusly. After closing the i meeting, the visitors were admitted, amongst whom were many members of the .University Regiment and Army Ord nance Corps. I The Silent Toast. "Let We Forget, I was honored in silence. The toast, "The visitors," was proposed by the president and responded to by S. M. Gunther, Sydney . University Regiment, and sup ported by Set. Lonergan, of the same unit, and by Sgt. Reeves, of A.A.O.C.. supported by Sgt. Mitchell. Some excellent rollicking choruses and f>art-songs were sung by the visitors, ano t almost seemed BS if the visitors were entertaining their hosts instead of the other way about. Cpl. Scott-Smith, Sgt., Lonergan, Secretar;- Dick Aichin. N. G|...