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

CONSULT John V. TULLY F. R. E. I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE),, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT, arid STOCK SALESMAN, / RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL^ Telephone: . Liverpool 247. / ADVICE GIVEN / Respecting all Property Matters Stock {'.Sale/ Trucking and General,.Auction Information. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft & Sons, ptyiM. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE/ REST ! i Ashcroft and Sons stock all those meats Suci as ^an&< any' Purity Test ! Her? >ai>> tifcse stock?', good judges say, Can easiiA excel the rest. Really the Rrjinest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are tender and Ju'cy Th y mak» from the Asher"ft blocks. Ti- always this Popular Meat Mart '. Supplies you the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, Von get Meats you Can Really Eat ! Goodlands, &a Where You Save on the "Family Food Bill !" SPECIAL: ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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DAIRYING PROGRESS. ARRESTING FIGURES QUOTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

DAIRYING PROGRESS. ARRESTING FI0URB8 UUOTE». Interesting figures were quolfd in Syd ney last week by the Acting Minister for Defence (Mr. Thörey), when he opened the Dairy Factory Managers' Conference for the Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Page), who was unable to be present. "During the last 50 years," said Mr. Thorby, "the Australian Dairying indust ry bas grown from an insignificant en terprise to the third important industry in Australia, while in some states it act. ually holds first place. "The first butter factory was erected in New South Wales in the early 'eighties. Pasteurisation was introduced in 1889. and refrigeration in 1893. In the last 45 years butter production has increased from 40,000.000 pounds to 428,000,000. and three-quarters of a million people are dependant on the dairying industry, in which about £200,000,000 capital is in vested. IMPROVING QUALITY. "Efforts to secure the greatest proport ion of high quality butter in New South Wales has given a lead to thc res...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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ORGANISATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

ORGANISATION. (To the Edltor.) I Slr,-With municipal elections coming closer, Fairfield district is to be congratu lated on mass organising; its grand council of progress associations is what is wanted hi the Liverpool district. I have tried for a long time, through the Moorebank Progress association and the press tof which "The Biz" and "News" have'played no small part) to wake up the ratepayers of Liverpool district to the need of arganising, by local progress as sociations, and also for a widening of the activities of these bodies by the forma tion of a grand council. The amount of good done by the Moorebank Progress and Ratepayers as sociations in the last two years ls suffi cient proof of what a local association can do. But the greater power of organ ised co-operation by the various local as sociations being grouped together would do a wonderful lot of good. Liverpool ratepayers are very apathetic in local matters, except where the matter con cerns their own property or their ...

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

SCHOOL REQUISITES. A FULL RANGE OF TBE BEST QUALITY ENGLISH. MADE TORCHES »nd BATTERIES «f «J six s atovays in stock. OUR STOCK of SCHOOL REQUISITES REPRESENT WONDERFUL VALUE WE ARE THE BUSHMEN'S FRIEND -a Larr? Rance ut QU ALI TV j BUSH KNIVES, : JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY-2000 BOOKS by the Most Popular Authors. Membership 2/-, Exchange 3d. A. W^TCTH 'PHONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST.. LIVERPOOL. Ready-to-wear Sac Suits Cut in Smartest Styles and Nicely Finished, in Fancy Blues and Grey Worsteds. .Call in and Try One on. ALL SIZES for £2 / 19/6, -FROM - A. CLYDE - - - - LIVERPOOL.. Church Services. NOTE-Chang-s or these -notices must, reach (.his office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wednesday Evening meeting. 8 p.m., in the Church edifice, smith-street. Reading Room, Smith-street. Hour»: Monday to Friday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. ST. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL. Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones, Th. Sch. Next Sun...

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GOING THE RIGHT WAY! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

-T-1 GOING THE RIGHT WAV ! The iialted motorist was trying to persuade the policeman. , . "Look hère, officer,'' he sáfd, "I ad mit I was' probably travelling . rather faster than* usual, but I thinklyou might overlook lt this time. As a ^natter cl fact, I WM iii a beastly hum' ton get tr town, as I have to see my solicitor on important business." "Your solicitor, eh. slr?" the unper turbed constable said. "Ah, well-you'll have some more important business for ,hlm now!" A blackhead can find mae faults th*n a wk« maa can mend.-Gaelic prcvau

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"SCREENINGS." (From 20th Century-Fox Flm and G.B.D.) ACCIDENT, BUT NOT SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

(From 20th Century-Fox Flm and G.B.D.) ACCIDENT, BOT NOT SERIOUS. Ami sothern, co-starring with Do« Ameche in "Fifty R:ads tc Town," suf fered body bruises when an automobile in which she was riding for one cf the sequences hit a tree, lt wus rrroi-i of a bump Uian a crash, so fortunately Ann Rot off with minor injuries. This f»:m I is a fast-moving amusing rom-intlc ! comedy. ; ALICE CHAMPION SONGTRESS Elonde Alice paye, whoce sr-ging en hanced "Stowaway" and "On the Avenue," among other big pictures, has been chosen as champion song-plugger of Hollywood by three appreciative and famous scng-wr'it rs: Irving Berlin. Geo.. Gershwin and Cole Poller. All cf which jr-. ON THE AVENUE. I I The most amusing musical comedy of ! the year is undoubtedly Twentieth Cent I ury-pox's "On The Avenue." With, a cast studded with stars, and music by Irving Berlin composer of Broadway's main hits for thc past 26 yers, this film has grand entertainment values. Pict- ' urcd herc are Dick Powell and Mad...

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

ITS TRUE! By Wiley Padan SPiNTHFR GIRLHOOD ON OM* RANCHES-BUT HAÇ NEVER flAVfD A CObl&H ON WE (CREEN ! MYRNA LOy VAS SUPPOSED ib HAVE ABAD COLD IN THE "WE VS SECRETARY (KATING SCENES - AND SHE REALLY MAO A IAD ONE I cJ?AN HARLOW/ GAINS' A Full WORKING DAV SINGE SHE BECAME A ?BROWNETTEV SHE DEVOTED THAT MUCH TIME EACH WEEK. TO THE CARE OF HER. «¿ FAMOUS. (UT rmNNlCAl ÄT- PLATINUM BLONDE ST TRESSES I VSÍH2RETARV". YOU SEE HIM FUMBLE THRU A PlLf O PAPERS. ... HE AGCIDEtl'.Y NOTICED WAT ONE O Tí <b PAPERS WAS A VOUCHER FOR NOV 26,1924, SHOWING THAT HE RECEIVED *5.00 FOR A RAYS VORK AS AN EXTRA ! HE HAD THE VOUCHER FRAMED.-AS A REMINDER ! - ITS TRUE! that the largest skating rink ever used for a motion picture production hat been const »uct ed for scenes in 'Wife va. Secretary'',' saya Wiley Padan. And, "ITS TRUE! that the surface of the rink ia made of 'hypo', the same chemical solution.used in the developing of photographs, the final result being kn-iWri as'hôf icé'!...

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OBITUARY Mr. Henry Bruin. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

I OBITUARY Mr. Henry Bruin. The death occurred at his residence, ' MUl-rd., Liverpool, last Monday, of Mr. Henry Bruin, aged 58. Deceased, who had lived with his wife and family In the district for over 10 years, was a returned soldier. A wife and family (Noel, Don- \ aid, Norie and Helen) remain to mourn 1 their great loss.' The funeral took place on Wednesday! for the new Church of England cerne. | tery. Liverpool. j

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"GRANNY" DAYMENT PASSES. MT. PRITCHARD PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 3 June 1937

"CRANNY" DAYMENT PASSES. MT. PRITCHARD PIONEER. < (By "M.O.S.") The oldest pioneer in Mount Pritch ard ("Granny" Dayment) died at ner residence, MUlgoa-road, Mt. Pritchard, on Friday last. Mrs. Dayrnent and her husband. Mr. John Dayment, came to the district aboiit 55 years ago, and she worked hard for nearly the whole length of time in rearing her own family mid assisting «Ith the nursing of other families; and lt is safe to say she left many friends and no enemies. She nursed hundreds of cases without the aid of a doctor, do ing all the housework for a small fee, and sometimes she received no payment whatever, she stated that many patients had Dr. Pirie engaged, but there were times when that popular medico was either engaged on another case or his car was bogged in the bad roads thai had to bs traversed in those days, and she had to tramp through the mud, and before, the doctor arrived she had wei. corned the new arrival. Her husband was a very, hard-working man and, "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

ll «IIIIIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIr| with I TIMBER ? If you/s'pecify that the ® Timber be supplied by ss Sss" us, you will be sure of the best, and will show real ss 5= savings. We supply Timber many quantity for every sss g] purpose. gj H ALEX CRIMSON, Prop. S I LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS I jg Ctol-«. St., LIVERPOOL. 'Fara* Uv. >S4. P.O. Bax Na. «. RR ffilllllllTlllllSllllllllllllSllllllllllllSllllllllllliSIIIIIIIH DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! 1 TOOW TOMTO } Make sure your Boot' Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, hy taking them to WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL MEMBER OE N.S.W. MASTER. BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. For All Your ELECTRICAL, & RADIO REPAJRS, call N. WG PRATT, Licensed Electrical Contractor, Macquarie Street.LIVERPOOL (THREE DOORS FROM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). FAMILY HOT EU., ^ÚVERPOOL, ORDERS I/EÎVVERED. Ask for AL. ^/AR/S,|iEN He ^ill^ix You Right. Telephone: Liverpool 264. Speedwell Cycles REPAIRS AT REASONABLE PRICES. GOOD WORKMANSHIP AND GOOD MATERIALS. G. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

Ceatheri and Down far bed*, * pillows, qnills, etc. Everlast ing, cheaper than kapok, from 6d lb. FOU Stdney. Send fot samples. 1 - Australian Feather Mills,. 40a < Glebe street, Glebe. (13c

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HOCKE[?] LIVERPOOL V Y.M.[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

i HOCKE» tiTVEHPOOL, y V McUL Tne above mo tell wa» pl^Mtt at St. Paul's oval on Saturday, and ttwultcd In another win for Liverpool, bjTfljjju goaib The ground was very wet anflXhe ball at times was hard to see; but mm Liver pool mudlarks kept at lt and Jgpmed to enjoy the mud and water ba Bf Clarke and Baker, at fulljflbk, made no mistakes and both pla>4B a good game, putting more confide- S into thc forwards. Thc half-line lç, Bso strong, and the addition of Atkins " gs no doubt made it a good .comblnatior.J They back up their forwards well auf back-tackle also. / The addition of L. Rarifiall in the for ward line is good, ar.d he should make all the difference tor the new men this season. He is a- jgrcai hitter and will no doubt be the principal goal scorer for his side. Those who scored for Liverpool orr Saturday were L. Randall (5), E. Mc CoOey (4), Kçato (2). and E. Thorn (1). TEAM" FOR SATURDAY. The team .for Saturday, Liverpool v R.A.F.A., at. Liverpool. - Driscoll, C. Cl...

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QUEENSLAND HOLDS A RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

QUEENSLAND HOLDS A RECORD. Believed to be the oldest living thing in the world is a twenty-foot macroza mia tree on Tamborine Mountain, its age estimated at between 12,000 «nd 15,000 years. Youngest in a grove of these woody-cored, slow-growing, fern like trees is one barely a yard high, aged a mere 3000 years.-"Literary Digest." __ *

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AFTER HOURS. PUBLICAN FINED £2. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

AFTER HOURS.' PUBLICAN FINED £2. William Joseph Cole was before Liv erpool Police Court on Monlay on a charge of not keeping the bar of the Col. lingwood Hotel closed during unlawful hours, on April 18. Sergeant Holman said that when he went to the hotel at ll a.m. the front door was open and thc bar door from the hall was open. Seven persons were in the bar, including Sergeant Chisholm, who was taking down some particulars. Witness spoke to Leonard Smith, who said he was a traveller and had slept at Wollongong the previous night. Another man, Reginald Spray, said he was the driver of the car, and his license showed his address to be Waverley. He said he too, had slept at Wollongong. Sergeant Chisholm then said to Spray: "Smith in forms me that you came from Waverley to Liverpool yesterday and slept at Liv? erpool." Spray said, "That's right, Ser geant." Spray told witness he had not signed the register and was only asked; "Are your distances right?" and he dla not reply to that. Th...

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THE TURF. DON'T MISS THESE NEXT TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

THE TURF. I DON'T MISS THESE NEXT TIME. Lavina once bolted in with a second division fourteen-one at Rosebery by the mere five lengths. The El Cacique mare has been placed amongst good company and showed some of her old speed at V.P. last Saturday. Will be Improved 100 per cent, by the outing. Fair Diana generally needs racing to bring her to her top, and although the opposition was stopping at the conclud ing stages of the V.P. Handicap, her ladyship was going on with the good work. Will give some of the big winter I middle-distance events a great shake. Speardale will toe ready for the meet ings at headquarters at the end of the month. Don't miss him in a mile, es pecially under welter conditions. Vertex showed up like a pimple on the girl friend's nose in the Kensington Fly ing. Missed the jump, the boy was un able to get clear of trouble, and we came to the conclusion that something down the line was just the race.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 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. Casual advertisements will, be received up to Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance of the. above will be grealty appreciated. PATTEN'S^, u* SCOTT STREET.LIVERPOOL. DISTRIBUTORS OF G R O UP/ TOKENS, ea s H 6 Raen R S. NESTLE'S COCOA, { lb. tins, 4id KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES, 4£d SPECIALS: 5 GROUP TOKENS Given witK*/ one 4 lb. Pkt. SYDNEY S.R. FLOUR PATTEN'S COUPON TEA Save the Labels for Group Tokens. Raspberry and Fig JAM Glass Jars, 1 / 4 oz. Pkt. CUSTARD POWDER FREE with 16 oz. Tin ALL GOLD TOMATO SOUP. Cottee's Peanut Butter 4 oz. bottle, 6d. Preserved GINGER, 1 lb. pkts., 4£d. V/ Ci START SAVING TOKENS To-Day. PATTENS, Scott Street, Liverpool

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ROAD ACCIDENTS IN N.S.W. DURING 1936. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

ROAD ACCIDENTS IN N.S.W. DUBING I9S6. Puring 193G there were 10,025 road ac cidente reported in New South wales, 550 persons were killed, and 6894 were in jured, according to a comprehensive an alysis released by the Premier and Act. i iug Minister for Transport. These figures compare with 9223 accidents, 463 deaths and 6418 injuries during 1935, increases of 15.2 per cent., 19 per cent., and 7.4 per cent, respectively. The number of deaths represents 2.1 per 1000 motoi vehicles registered and 20.6 per 100,000 of the population, compared with 1.9 and 17.4, respectively, in 1935. Pedestrians were involved in a smaller proportion of the accidents in 1936 than in 1935 and preceding years, and there were fewer children between five and 1* years of age killed and injured, notwith standing the general increase in casual ties. In 1935 lhere were 957 children between five and 14 killed and injured, representing 13.9 per cent, of the total casualties; whereas in 1936 the number was 94G, repr...

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LIVERPOOL BOXER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

LIVERPOOL BOXER. State middle-weight boxing champion. Max Rayner, of Liverpool, injured his hand while delivering a k.o. punch on to the chin of the tough Newcastle lad, Jim Penman, at Rascutters stadium. Raynor has had 10 fights this year, and seven of these have been konck-out wins, and two points wins. (His next fight with Wilson is lo take place when Raynor's hand ls better.

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I.O.O.F. VISIT BOTANY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

I.O.O.F. VISIT BOTANY. Members oí Liverpool branch I.O.O.F. Journeyed to Botany last Monday night to pay a fraternal visit to Lodge Captain Cook. A wonderful evening was given to the visitors, amongst whom the fol. lowing contributed items: Bro. Cottenn, Cook, Fitzpatrick and Heydon.

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Lorry Hits Trees. DRIVER KILLED; TWO INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

Lorry Hits Trees. DRIVER KILLED; TWO INJURED. | 1 In a motor accident on Uv. Apptn Bulli road early on Thursday morning last, Mark Meehan, of Woonooxia. was killed, and Harry Purnell, also rf Woo 1100:1a, was seriously injured. James David Meehan, brother of the dead man. walked four miles in a dazed condition U brine relp. The three men were travelling in a lorry from Woonoona to Appin, where they were engaged in carting sand. The lorry got out of control on a steep in cline about fcur miles from Aopin. M^rk Meehan, who was driving, tried to stop the lorry before it readied a bend at the f.oi of tlic incline, but when he applied the brakes the lorry left the roadway and plunged into some trees, uprooting two of th?m before it came to res- against a third. The cabin of the loir.v was smashed. James Meehan, although dazed by a blow from a bough of a tree, struggled along the road until he reached the Appin post office, four miles away. He was almo.t exhausted when he told the proprie...

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