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Campbelltown C. of E. Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

, Campbelltown C. of E. Fair. A financial and social success was made by th.; Church of England autumn fair, held last Saturday at the Camp belltown Town Hall, which was, prettily decorated. The many stalls, Including novelties, produce, flowers and, plants, lucky dips and afternoon tea, wer: so effectively decorated that they formed au attractive picture. The Mayoress of Campbelltown, Mrs. Westbury, graciously cpened the fair, lu a few well-chosen words, and accepted I beautiful floral baskets of roses and vio lets presented to her by the dainty Walker twins, Bernard and Marion. The Camden Brass Band rendered spirited^ selections, which were greatly enjoyed and appreciated. ' Those on the platform included th rctor. Rev. Rofe, and Mrs. Role, Rev. and Mrs. Christian (Presbyterian). Mr. Doust (Methodist), and , the honorary secretarle». Mesdames Mulany and Mc Carthy. TOWN HALL FLOOR. Tenders have been accepted for re flooring the Town Hal with a new dance 6'jrface. The approximate co...

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MRS. FREER MAY ENTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

¡ MRS. FREER MAY ENTE*. The Federal Cabinet has decided that should Mrs. Freer, who is now in New t Zealand, desire to come to Australia, no objection to her landing will be raised by the Commonwealth authorities.

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

I Support our Advertisers, ?--~r- .u u . i i i , ; t n ' * if- ??. - _ ?- J--..-» - We now Give GROUP TOKENS with «very 1/- spent, «nd you can redeem them (or VtWble Presents. ^^^^y YOU CAN NOW sJ^l further I '(fTT*^) on your HARDWARE, PAINTS, CROOjZÉRY, etc., by Buyng at M. Christianseil; Pty., Ltd. Macquarie St.,LIVERPOOL, Tel. Liv. 20. Tel.: Liv. 20. T. P. FITZPATRICK THE MODEL BAKERY, Terminus and Scott Streets, Tel.:'38 Liv. / LIVERPOOL. OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR IS QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the Better ßread 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. TELEPHONE: ¿IVERPOOL 63. We desire to particularly mention that we stock only the Best^of all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR Sc DELIVERED to *U Parts of the District. CIVILITY, Plus SE...

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

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try A BLAKE'Sl/7 REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Station). LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You the Quality as well M Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. -«.-I. 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. Yoi/ simply plug in tune in-Risten in. WE WILL DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. P. E. Le M À S U R(I/E R> B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK G NK A G E, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-WelrJing, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WY CH, Proprietor«, P. E. BAKER WILLIAM AND PAST/ O N, YCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PtfONE: Liverpool 309, BROWN BREAD A SMÏCIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION LS EARNESTLY SOLICITED MAI» UNDER H...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I ------- I TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet- J ings, social gatherings, sporting events, wedding^ accidents, etc., 'will be gratefully accepted. Per ' social paragraphs must be signed by responsible: persons. Write in ink, on one side of the paper (names irj. capital letters), and be brief and accurate. Be careful to verify all facts, so that the paper will not suffer owing to inaccuracies, ano? others perhaps be put to inconvenience. If you like "The News," recom mend it to yomyfriends.

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

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HO[?]KEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

(By '"ÄlCi :0K8.") Hookey one, twoW three, and off thej |so in thc sixth roujnd of the Metrópoli, tan competition' píayed at Llerpnsi ur Saturday, between/ teams represent ins Western Suburbs sind Liverpool. The home sitie were in difficjlties from the start, anw their attack and de fence w?re far fronl good-in fact, a real scramble. Some of the fullbacks were ahead of the forwaVds, leaving opponents a clear field. An exception was Driscoll, in goal who had al busy timi;, his good wont stopping shots Vthai saved his leam, only one goal being îsçored against them in the first half. Both teams were pen alised for sticks, and lithe whistle was going continuous.^. A.anmalf-tlme tits score was: Wests 1, Li«vuf\nil. In t-e second sessiomfil^rpoVil boys steadied, and a différente was noticed. the..e being no doubt that the locale lads would win. Soon, through some jgjod work by the halves, and a pass tolMc Ccoey, to Keato, back to Ferguson,] the home side levelled at 1-alL This eave "The P...

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. I WINTER COMPETITION. j A GRADE. I Ingleburn v Craignish Camden.-Daley and Williamson v Sorby and Harding ! 6/5; Mcilveen and Miss Mahon v Mar din and Miss Keane 5/6; Metcalf and Mrs. Graham v Smith and Miss Huschan 6/0; Metcalf and Mcilveen v Sorby and Harding 3/6; Mrs. Graham and Mahon v Miss Keane and Huschan 3/6; Metcalf and Mcilveen v Mardin and Smith 3/6; Williamson and Mahon v Harding and ' Keane 3/6; Daley and Mrs. Graham v Sorby and Huschan 5/6. Won by Craig nish, 6/41 to 2/34. Liverpool 2 v Picton.-B. Kirkpatrick and R. Hindmarsh v D. Rae and H. Brown 3/6; Miss Kltcher and C. Webb v Miss Dowse and M. Hughes 6/4; Mrs. I Mrs. Beveridge and J. Lomax v Miss1 Ware and L. Moraghan 6/4; C. Webb and J. Lomax v H. Brown and D. Rae 6/5; Miss Kitcher and Mrs. Beveridge v Miss Ware and Miss Dowse 6/0; C. Webb and J. Lomax v M. Hughes and L. Mor. aghan 4/6; Miss Kitcher and R, Hind marsh v Miss Dowse and H. Brown 2/6; Mrs. Beveridge and B. Kirkpatrick v ...

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THE DEBT SYSTEM IN BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

THE DEBT SYSTEM IN BRITAIN. "In thu country 80 per cent, cf the pianos and gramophones, 70 per cent, of the sewing machines, SO to 60 per rent, of the mc tor cars, and SO pîr cent, of tin« furniture are being sold on time payment. And similar evidence has been adduced by Seligimn . f r Ü.S.A. «ai Zweig for Germany."-Mr. James W. Nisbet, head of tbr. Department of Eco nomics afr st. Andrew's University, Scot land.

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BISHOP TO VISIT INGLEBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

BISHOP TO VISIT INGLEBURN. j His Grace the Archbishop of Sydney, Elshop MowU, will visit Ingleburn on Sundey afternoon, to consecrate St. Bar rubes' Church. The building is now raid for, and is . therefore eligible for consecration. A new font, the gift of the R'inday School c.'illdevi, has been irs'ailed. Freshly picked parsley laid on cooked or uncooked meat or fish will keep it swfet for quite a long time. Renew when stale.

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

MUNICIPALITY OH LIVERPOOL. DIPHTHERIA "IMMUNISATION CAMPAIGN. Liverpool Municipal CouncJf' will con sider the establishment of/a clinic for tile inoculation of children^against diph theria, should applications warrant it. Parents, who ao re/iding within the Municipality and vfaip'ai'e interested, arc requested to register the names of their children whom they wish inoculated, at the Town Holl, during office hours, be fore 15th June, 1937. ' J. MARSH, Town Cleric. Town Hall, Liverpool, 26th May, 1937. WATCH FOR FULL DETAILS OF A Timber and SAL to te condud JOHN V,. TULLY, AUCTIONEER, LIVERPOOL. .Phone: Livn-pool 247. IN THE VERY"NEAR FUTURE. Nursery Spc 3. de FREITAS A ROSES, S. BOOK A SMALL Your . . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. S FAIRFIELD" NURSERY, Vine-st., Fairfield,ta mins. from station. HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone ; ""Livcniool 284. J AUCTION SALES «F/OULTRY. PRO DUCE, STOCK, etd, EVERY WEDNES DAY at 1 ...

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

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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I THEY SAY (By "Ace.") - That Harley and Clive added the scalds of the hitherto unbeaten Camden flair. Sorby and Harding, ta their col lection, when they downed them in the mat:h last Saturday, and their pros pects new look bright for the title at the: eV.d of the season. Congratulations, coy* I . . . That Bob nearly left his sprint too late' on l-l ; dash for . the Campbelltown train, but a kind hearted guard.held iii; train long enough to allow Bob to join his club mates, who were anxiously on j the look out for him. . You had better do | i dad work on the Moore-street track, tob, eerier in the day. and allow a few sxtra minutes to catch t.'.e train. . . . ? . . That "Perry B" has now edded a 90 tycrsepower sports job to his fleet of cars, and says he will break- Bert Rob erts'' record dash to Campbelltown when next, they play up there. Alan and Gus' un: how looking for a gojd life insur ance, agent. . . , . That Bruce Kirk . carried out his Deputy Captain's job, in the absence of...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

Constable Thoma« has been appointed to the police stan* at Liverpool. Mr. R, Miller, of Myall-road, Casula, is a patient in Royal Prince Alfred Hos pital. . # * Little Olive Baxter (2i), of Hoxton Park-rd., Liverpool, is a patient in the Children's Hospital as a result of scalds on the face. I . . . Mr. Ward, of Cooper's-avenue, ls pro- ' grassing well after two weeks of illness. Mrs. Halliday, of Hammondville, is a victim of the 'flu. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Lou Franklin, of Chip ping Norton, are holidaying in Queens land, avoiding the cold weather, » . * Mr. Stan Reeves landed a nice haul of blackfish at The Rock during the week end. Nice fish are also being caught at Clinch's Pond by local residents.

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GREEN VALLEY DANCE AND EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

GREEN VALLEY DANCE AND EUCHRE PARTY. A dance and euchre party was held toy ^Oreen Valley Sports Club at the local hall on May 29. Mr. Anderson was M.C. and Mr. Marple's orchestra supplied the music. Winners at euchre: Mrs. Oreen Ladles, Mrs. Green and Mrs. Smith di vided 1st; gent's, T. Green 1st. Lucky door, M. Irvine; novelty barndance, Miss Nelson and L. Wilberforce; Monte Carlo. Miss Lindsay and Mr. McMuUan; other prizes, T. Green i

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Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I Liverpool Council j TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. Liverpool Council met on Tuesday night. the following being present: The Mayor (Aid. J. P cte Meyrick). Aldermen Hcwarth, A. J. Childs. W. H. Ingham, H. J. Haerse, J. Hunt, R. T. Green, W. F. Nicholls, H. E. Fabris and N. Pratt, and the Town Clerk (Mr. J. Marsh). Tlie Department of Works and Local Government advised thai, subject to pro visions .of the Returned Soldiers and Sailors Act, council may exercise discre tion as to the men to be selected through the Labor Exchange.-It was explained that this meant the preferential em ployment of 25 local returned men who were registered. The Department of Works and Local Government asked to be advised when plans, estimates, etc., of further works under the loan-grant scheme will be for warded for approval.-Received. The Postmaster-General's Departntcn> wrote advising proposed underground work on Epsom-ra. and Macquarje-st. Received. ! The Water and Sewerage Board wrote regarding condition o...

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SMALL BOY AND PROFESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

"~ SMALL BOY jÙ&b VfidFESSOR. * Since the beginning of mathematics, mathematicians have said that it is Imposible to trisect av angle. Despite his professional rank, it took a Colutn bie professor several weeks to disprove a «elution to this so-called unsolvable problem when lt was submitted by an ll-year-old boy.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, De nounced.." was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Solenflst, on Sun day. ' . .¡,v Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Jjesson-Sermon was the follow ing:. "The Lord of hosts hat!» purposed, and who shall disannul lt? and his hand is stretched out, and who shall turn it back?" r isaiah 14:27. The following passage from the Cpris tiaiur Science textbook,-.? "Science/ and .. Jfeatth7.wi.d» Key; to iii«í dSc^vres*- by Mary 'Baker Éédy, * was -aSo"Included: "Human will is an animal propensity, not a faculty of Soul.. Went*'it "catihot "govern man aright. Christian Science reveals Truth and Love as the motive powers of man. Will-blind, stubborn, and headlong-co-operates with appetite and passion. From this co-operation arises Its evil. From this also comes its powerlessness, since all power belongs to God, good." P.480. .

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

TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advertise ments should reach this office early in- the week, to allow time for careful handling and display. . .v,?asj^L advertisements wilL-Be received up to Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on ; Thursday. ' Observance of the above will I be grealty appreciated. ' PATTENS,«*, m. DISTR'IJB'UT ORS OF GROUP TOKENS, SCOTT STREET.LIVERPOOL. é H S H_ GJLO e ER S. PURE RICH COCOA, 5£d per lb. KREAM CORNFLOUR 6¿d per lb. Batho's Baking Powder £lb.6£d, iib. ll£d, llb. l/8£d PINK SALMON. 1 lb. tins, 6£d. , LA VEX' 3 pkts. 1/ "(WASHING COMPOUND) 'DAD* Pure Rice Starch Large boxes, 9|d. Special Pack Tom. Sauce Large bots. 10£d. KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES, 4£d WEATALL BISCUITS 4£d. HIGH-GkADE JAM,, Large Jars, 1/ BASPBEBfiV, FIG, «nd BLACKBERRY START SAVING TOKENS To-Day. j PATTENS, Scott Street, Liverpool \

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BASEBALL. LIVERPOOL AVENGES DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

BASEBALL1. (By -aNOWY.") LIVERPOOL AVENGES WÎI'EAT. Liverpool revealed their real ability again on Saturday when they defeated Wenty Methodist* by 32 to 16. After theil unexpected defeat at the hands of A.J.C., Liverpool seemed to be a differ ent team, and their display was a very pleasing one. In vne early stages' of tills match a very close contest was promised, but by keeping up the pressure and staging a great batting rally. Liverpool soon o.e monstrated their superiority and thor, oughly earned their win. in all de partments of the game they outplayed i their opponents, and Weuty Methodists, j Unding tilings were going against them, lost the initiative and Ute will to win, and in the concluding stages of the match eave a very disappointing display. As the scor*5 indicate, the Liverpool battery <B. Rees and K. Spencer) waa : again very effective, while T. Pettitt and G. Davies helped U> give good support. What a pity it is that the last-mention ed player is not ava...

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