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BUTTERFLY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

BUTTERFLY THEATRE. "Gold Diggers of 19JI7" will be Hie big ! attraction at the Butterfly Theatre next Saturday. June S; also "Romeo andi Juliet" and supporting features. 1 On Wednesday next, "Once a Doctor," . "Pigskin Parade," and Serial. On Thursday, June 10, there will also be a screening, with a splendid pro gramme. (See advt.)

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

GOLF GOSSIP. »By "DORMIE."> Stroke handicap and W. Davis' Trophy for returned soldier members. May 29:-j G. Macnamara and J. Roberts tied with a net score cf 65; they got a prize each. C.. W. Clink and Reg Williams won the gross score prizes with 85 and 89. The < stroke event «as won by Stan Bucklana. i 79 <15) 61 E. Binnie 86 (21) 65. a good i net score, 3 under course par. should al- | I way's toe a Win. J. Watson, off the 15 I 1 mark, -returned a 66 net. Dr. Lovejoy I was one worse, also Eric Browne. 67 ncc. I Wllh a course par of 28. these scores in dicate that handicaps are badly needing adjustment, as one over par in most stroke events ls considered a good win. Neither green nor fairways were con 1 ductlve to low scoring during the week I end. - . i Sunday morning Scharer Trophy, four I ball, test ball v par:-Two pairs tica m this event. Tom Prince and his brother Jack came honK. with a 7 up. and Noel Bruin and Jack" v.-naid also did wen to compile the...

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GIRLS' PHYSICAL CULTURE CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

GIRLS' PHYSICAL CULTURE CLASS. Attention ls directed to the announce ment In our advertising columns draw ing attention to the re-opening of the Girls' Club physical culture classes. In tending members should get in toucn with Mrs. Gilchrist.

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MINTO NEWS. PERSO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

MINTO NEWS. PERSO ' ". Monsieur and Mada \ouls Pirenne, of Point Piper. wfUi t. .laughter Si mone, visited Minto duri, e week-end. j Ks .the guests of Mrs. P. ltchard, of I Greenacre. Mr. sumnei .jcke-Elliott, the well-known young ra< .o actor and Play-wrlght, was a guest at the same j house the previous week-end I little Desma Roach, who broke her leg recently, ls making satisfactory progress, j BOYS' CLUB DANCE. Another successful dance was held on Saturday night by tile Bovs- Club. The Moonrnoths orchestra supplied tile music, and the dainty supper was attended to by Mesdames Morgan and Knowles. 'Mr. E. Knowles, as usual, was a gav and ef ficient M.C.. and the dance was enthus iastically enjoyed. This occassion was taken advantage of to present Mr. Gord on Kelman with a cup he had won for the table tennis tournament, which has been running at thc Wednesday meeting oí the Bd¡ps' Club. ELECTRICITY EXTENSIONS. The Campbelltown Council is very gratified that connections to...

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IT LOOKED LIKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

IT LOOKED LIKE IT. A speaker, engaged to lecture tn a small town in the country, arrived In the afternoon. The place seemed but poorly provided with bills, and he thought he would And out ir people knew anything at all about what was in store for them. Accordingly, he entered a grocer's shop. "Good afternoonl" be said to the man behind the counter. "Any entertainment going on here to-night? Anything that will help me to while away an evening?" The shopkeeper gazed at his interrog ator, wiped his hands, and tuen replied slowly: \ "Well, 'l exnéft.tWrë's going to be a lecture. I've beca ¿ellln' eggs «tl d>y." «

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

SECOND-HAND AND RECONDITIONED MOTOR CYCLES AU Makes, Models and Prices to Suit Everyone. AGENTS for RÜDGE, NEW IMPERIAL, A.J.S., VELOCETTE, WARATAH, PANTHER, TRIUMPH, *nd NORTON MOTOR CYCLES. DUNLOP TYRES and TUBES always in Stock at City Pr*es. OILS, PETROL and ALL ACCESSORIES. WE GUARANTEE ALL REPAIR WORK. Watson ii NlHégle District Agents for BRITOCO Cycles. A SCRATCH, A PIMPLE, A SORE, A CUT, A BOIL: A REMEDY! Eucray Home Ointment EUCRAY is so useful that it deser/es a place in every medicine cupboam. Eucnay is 1 / 3 per \bot. Strom A.T. Murräy, MPS. CITY-PRICE CHEMIST, Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and Co., Liny ted, Sydney, Australia, and BOTTLED CHARLIE FE MOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool III. J. CASTE 167 Macquarie Street.^iverpool, - FOR FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES, TOBACCO, CIGARETTES,] OLIVE OIL SPAGHETTI, GROCERIES QUALITY TOILET REQUISITES. SUBSCRIBERS TO "THE NEWS" Subscription to "The Liverpool News" is 5/- per annum in adv...

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OLD REMEDIES WON'T DO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

OLD BIS MEDIES WON'T DO. Dr. Murray Butler, President of Col umbia University. In the State of Mew York, stated .recently: "The economic, social and political convulsions which are now shaking the j whole world are without a parrallel in history. "It ls quite futile to draw curves, and to make charts of how earlier depressions and economic crises have developed and how tiley have led the way to recovery. "This procedure is wholly futile be. cause conditions are entirely without pre cedent and the remedies for these con-. fitioni will have to be without' precedent «to." _ ?

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MINUTES OF MEETINGS. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I MINUTES OF MEETINGS. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. A magistrate recently decided that a minute book which is kept on the loose leaf system is not a "minute book" with in Uie meaning of the Local Government Act. It is quite understood that this finding will not excite the person to whom meetings are of no concern. I There are, however, thousands of I people concerned in meetings of com i panics, of councils, boards, and in gov erning bodies of all kinds of clubs or as sociations for charity or sport to whom this decision will bs of great interest. Each such organisation regards its min ute book as the vital centre of its exist ence-something bearing the same relat ionship as the Doomsday Book did lo the feudal system. In some cases the valid ity of the minute book is of enormous Importance. * In the case of other organisations lt is not of such extreme value. The decision above quoted gathers importance f rom ? the fact that it will mainly affect the ¡ I more important public organisation...

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MAN BLOWN INTO RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

MAIN BLOWN INTO RIVER. (While working on a sand pump at Moorebank on Tuesday, a man named Sheen was blown Into Georges River when a fierce gust of wind caught the pontoon in its grip. He found the water cold. "Harrys" shooting gallery was a'ss a victim and was knocked topsy-turvy by thc gale.

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CATHOLIC CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

CATHOLIC CLUB DANCE. Over 200 attended the dance held by Liverpool Catholic Club In thè Town Hall, Liverpool, last Saturday night. Darcy's orchestra provided excellent music, whilst the microphone made the announcing of the dances very clear. A novelty dance was won by Miss M. I McKay and Mr. Phil. McDermott. De lightful refreshments were served.

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HORSE FORM. Jack King Wen[?] for a Trie of LongPriced Triumphs. Daughter of Oaks Winner May Stay. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

HORSW FORM. ¡i>jni V'.' (By i W^nULlSJ Jack Kine W*wr M" a Tri« of fcont* t Priced\ Triumph«. Daughter o! Oakk Winner May Star ijack King hod fjbur gocd betting pro positions saved up sor Rosehill on tistur . d »y. Two of them/ come off-Duke Cale I con in the first Hiving Welter «nd Red Clover in the Mauden. But Punjab and Oro, which should have been the best of the quartette, f ailed. That, of course, i emphasises the luck cf the-racing game. Red Clover warf a fairly good placed per- ! former last -year, and in a Novice at, Randwick at] Christmas time ran Sir i Caledon a close second in a novice race. I She /Wu* engaged at Victoria Park last i weak, but was scratched in favor of Bachelor King. He failed; but she car ried out her end of the contract in win ning the Maic.en at Rcsehill on Satur day. She scored in good style, and will ëin more races. Like her dam, Red hank, she has plenty of stamina, she represents a breeding experiment begun by Mr. E. M. Pearce,, ihe Victorian spo...

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FIRST AID FOR INJURED. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

FIRST AID FOR INJURED. I ST. JOHN AMBULANCE GROWTH, j interest was aroused in the study of first aid by the plight of the wounded soldiers in the Franco-prussiaïi war of 1870. Much, of tbs present strength-of the movement may bî traced to thia source. In England first aid study was given the greatest support. The Order ot St. John then recently revived, took the matter up, and organised aa effec tively that the Importance of first aid In civil life, as well as in war, was quickly realised. { Now, throughout the Empire, branches I of the association are working and giv ing instructions to hundreds of thou sands of people. Th? scheme adopted has been so effective that it has formed a model for macy other organisations. The Instruction is of the simplest kind., The text books are written -by medical j men. The certificates granted by the certificates granted by the Order are recognised throughout the Empire as a definite value, because the standards of examination are the same everywhe...

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RAZORS 3000 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I BAZORS 3000 YEAHS AGO. Bronze razors, ever 3000 years old. have recently be?n unearth "d in Aus tria, proving that man has shaved him self for irany centurie. Although some what affected by the passage cf time, these razors ar believed to have been as sharp as those cf tirday. One of the archaeologists .^haved,,,.himself succès» fuly with 'this, razor." , , /

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Closer Settlement and Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

Closer Settlement and j Irrigation. j A policy of c'-ser settlement for Aus tralia, that is not . based on a compre hensive surv,?y cf onr land resources, ls unsound. It fr considered by many per ions that scant attention has been aivevi to this essential requirement <n the pas'. Scientific knowleig; should simplify both a satisfactory choice cf districts suitable for subdivision and an estimate of tha tot il number cf new farms which could be created. In it« current circular the Bank of New South Wale-; reviews previous schemes lor closer ' .*.« tlcment and. stresses the need for a s:i?ntific survey. The bank suggests that Vie number ot subdivisions which could bc effected cn a round, economic basis is much smaller than is gensrally realised. It H estimated that the capacity for mw farms is probably équivalait to about one-eighth of the existí ii number. To increase the capacity fri- closer settlement it is sompriin-is suggestrd that iirlgatlon schemes -hould b: extended...

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LADY HAIG ON MIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

LADY HAIG ON MIGRATION. Lady Haig, who returned to England by air from Australia, said. In an Inter view that she was div.riísed by the con dition of some British ex-service migrants particularly those in Australia. It would have b en far better if they ' had remained at home. "I was an ardent I believer in migration bu/. I shall nit ! say much about lt ^saiu.' -Lady. Haig j

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HERE AND THERE THROWN FROM CYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

HERE AND THERE THROWN FROM CYCLE, Master Brio Schell, of Epsom-road, ! Moorebank, ms thrown trom his cycle on Hume Highway as the result of sud den application of the brakes, He was treated Rt liverpool Hospital for slight concussion, abrasions, and injury to right arm.

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RIGHT TO RELIEF. MORE INCOME ALLOWABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I RIGHT TO RELIEF. j MORE INCOME ALLOWABLE. The State Government has decided to permit recipients of food relief to increase their income from casual work, or from the employment of their children, with out thereby disqualifying themselves Irom the receipt of food relief. The new arrangement will apply from the first food issue day on June 1. The Premier (Mr. Stevens), announc ing that decision, said that in future in calculating the permissive Income of a household where the head of the house hold "was an applicant for food relief, the following amounts of earnings would oe exempt in respect of each son, daughter, brother, sister in the household who was in employment: <a) If over 21 years of age, eomings up to 60/ a fortnight to be excluded from family inlome. <b) If under 21 years of age. earnings up to 40/ a fortnight to be excluded from family income. "Earnings in excess of these amount will be included in the calculation ot family income," Mr. Stevens sai...

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"FINANCES OUT OF CONTROL" SHIRES PRESIDENT'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

"FINANCES OUT OF CONTROL" SHIRES PRESIDENT'S REPORT. The principle of inducing municipal and shire councils to borrow large sums lo supplement the works policy of the Government was attacked by the Presi dent of the Shires Association, cr. G. H. Bowhay. in his annual report. State finances have got out of control, he says, and the councils are being led by the Government Into borrowing which will involve them so heavily that they will be unable to cany on unless an im mediate halt is called. It would appeal'. Cr. Bowhay says, tnat State finances have been out of control for years. Irrespective of what party has ] been in power. , "A State Government which can live within its income appears to be au un known quantity," lie adds. The president points out that in 1900 the public debt of the State was C6S.000.000. In 1930 it was £276,209,412 and has increased in millions each year until at the end of 1935 it was £329.863.304. Approximately the same increase in debt has been maintained f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

WINTER WINDS "Dry Out" Natural Skin Oils and leave your skia Dry and Parched. Cosmeticians have developed Tissue and Nourishing Creams which re place those natural skin oils and keep your skin soft and supple. There are two preparations which we strongly recommend. Muriel Astor Honey and Almond Cream, large bottle, 2/* Palmolive Cream Lotion, prie;/ 1/ Shaws Phármacy DISPENS YH/u CHEMISTS, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone: Liv. 3f>. !:::: Come In .nd Select Your OVERCOAT To-day The coats assembled here are made from materials of long wearing qualities correctly anti comfortably cut, allowing perfect freedom of movement.. Tiley have smart linings, capa cious pockets, artistic huttons and other attractive features. The coat yon want is here at the price you have in ininti. , From 35/- or 1//weekly TERMS arranged the Bradley Way "Wear while Yot/Pay. LEATHER COATjS made from only Selected Hides, 84/ or 4/3 weekly. LEATHER LUMBER JACKETS - 59/6 or 3/- weekly. Harold T. Bradley LAD...

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"WAGES TAX NOW UNNECESSARY." Conference of Councils Called. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I "WAGES TAX NOW UNNECESSARY." Conference of Councils Called. ! A conference of councils in the metro, i t politen area will be called by the Horns-, by Shire Council to discuss unemploy I ment and the wages tax, and "the drift ! In local government as a result of the I Government's legislation." 1 The decision to hold the conference , was made as a result of an announce I ment by the Minister for Works and j Local Government (Mr. Spooner) that ' relief work in the shire would end on I June ll. Mr. Spooner said the men af ! fected would be given rationed employ ! ment on Government Jobs from June M. During a discussion at a meeting of ! the council, it was stated that if there were fewer unemployed than in 1830. j there could be no justification for cou I tinuance of the wagss tax, which pro duced about t"! ,000,000 a year.

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