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HALL BROKEN INTO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

HALL BROKEN INTO. j ! Liverpool Protestant Hall was entered j Inst Friday night and the locks on all the presses were torn oft*. So far, how ever, nothing has been missed, ana 110 damage was done by the intruders.

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Liverpool Fishing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

I Liverpool Fishing Cluj}. I At the last meeting of the above club notification was received from the State Fisheries Department advising that ac. tion would be taken by the Department to stop the catching of undersized trout in George's River. It was pointed out by the meeting that the practice was most unsportsmanlike, and if the fish were left alone for a few months longer this would provide gooo. sport and fish for all. The Department also forwarded a spe cial permit for the transplantation oí mullet fry from the salt water portion of Hie river into the fresh water. The club has decided to put its funds at present in hand into the purchase of trout fry for the river, and invites dona tions from anyone interested to help put a good stock of trout in the river. Mr. L. H. Harman, Mr. E. Banyer, and any member of the club will be pleased to receive help in this direction. Club meetings will be discontinued during the winter months and will be resumed aeain in September.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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LOCAL RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

LOCAL RAINFALL. Showground Report.-131 points of rain fell during thc month of May, 1936. Fifty-four points fell during the same month of 1937.

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HERE AND THERE FIRST-AID CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

HÈRE AND THERE FIRST* AH) ' CLASS, A first-aid class will shortly he com-! menced at Liverpool Ambulance Station for men and women, and should provo invaluable to those who often come In contact with injuries and injured per sons, inquiries should be made at the Ambulance Station.

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WORKING WEEK. FORTY HOURS FAVORED BY COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

WORKING WEEK. PORTY HOURS FAVORED BY COMMONWEALTH. The Commonwealth Government last week authorised Mr. T. H. Scholfield, M.F. (Vic), its delegate to the interna tional Conference, which opened at Geneva recently, to vote In favor of on International 40-hour week in the print ing and kindred trades, textiles and chemical industries. Mr. Scholfield has been instructed to point out that while the Commonwealth Government is satisfied that the Aus tralian system of independent industrial tribunals should be continued, it agrees I that the adoption of an international standard of working hours in respect of , particular industries would be most de sirable, provided that lt was actually I given effect to by the majority of com peting countries. j

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CABRA-VALE ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

CABRA-VALE ELECTRICITY. The supply of electricity to St. John ward has been further extended, and No. 2 area, Prairiewood Estate, ls now con nected with 39 consumers. He: I like to go to church. She: Why? He: Well lt's comforting to see one man keep so many women quiet for an hour._ printed .and .published at "The .Bis" Newspaper Office, Smart-street, Pair field, New Sooth Wales, by the pro. prietor, W. J. Bright.

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Rise in Wages Justified. ECONOMIST'S SUBMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

I -- ' Rite in Wages Justified. ECONOMIST'S SUBMISSION. Replying to statements submitted by employers in the basic wage inquiry, Mr. W. B. Reddaway, research fellow in eco nomics ot Melbourne University, told the Arbitration Court that a considerable rise In real waget was justified by the present prosperity and not only by the need to check boom conditions. Judge Beeby said that one of the cheerless aspects of the statement sub mitted on behalf of New South Wales employers was the suggestion that an other slump was cooling, and that Aus tralia should sit down and wait for it. Mr. Deddaway, commenting on this statement, said that if every country considered that lt was at the mercy of world forces, nothing would be done to cope with the coming slump. Australia could not prevent a slump, but it could mitigate lt by using its arbitration machinery, which other countries did not pcs ess. He would be sorry If a country with such machinery did not show lead ership in dealing with a probl...

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THREE-POINT WINTER DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

THREE-POINT WINTER DIET. Motorists anxious to avoid the Vinter troubles of starting and wear will be well advised to put their cars on the correct winter diet, says P leading oil company. Here are the three main points to be observed. (1) Have the crackcase and gearbox drained and refilled with the correct winter grades of high quality motor oil and gear oil. and change the motor oil at least every 1000 miles. (2) Have all thc chassis points greased regu larly wit,h high quality lubricants. (3) Use a highly volatile petrol that will give split-second starting. This diet will make starting as easy in the winter as it is in the summer. It will prevent t and give perfect engine protection at all starting wear, facilitate gear changing, speeds. Impatient Diner: Where's my walter? Manager: Serving, -M\ «. . ; ' ' "Serving what-time?"

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

A LIMITED NUMBER ONLY An Electric Lighting Set with Generator and tail light. / / With ^ fill ^BRITISCÖ . ?s,vtrjLE>-.: YOURS FOR 3/6d. WEEKLY Free Insurance Life Long Guarantee m District Agent Watson $ Kilfoyle A POUND TO BE WARM! Have You Heard People Say They Would Give a Pound to be Warro these Cold yNights ? For Only 2/9 You Can Purchase/Good HOT WATER BAG and be Assured of Warijijhand Comfort. We have other Bag« at 3/6 and 3/11, representing First class Value. A. T. Murray, MPS. CITY-PRICE CHEMIST, Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and Co,, Limited^ Sydney, Australia, / and BOTTLED BY CHARLIE FEARN, HOTEL LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool III. SUBSCRIBERS TO "THE NEWS" Subscription to "The Liverpool News" is 5/~ per annum in advance, posted or delivered; Half-year, 2/6; Quarter, 1/3. Order through the Newsagent for local and district delivery.

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THE SPOONER SCHEME. (To the Editor, "Liverpool News.") [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

I THE SPOONER SCHEME. . (To the Editor, "Liverpool News.") Sir,-At a special meeting of the Moorebank Progress and Ratepayers' Association, held on June 3, lhere was a large gathering of residents from vari- ' ous parts of the Liverpool district. Lengthy discussion took place on the Spooner scheme for relief workers, and councils being forced to borrow money for this purpose. It was decided to or ganise a mass démonstration, to-take place at the Council Chambers on tues day night, when council next meets, and to present to council a petition, with which the members of the association will canvass the district for signatures. This will demand council's withdrawal from the Spooner scheme, and that coun cil continue with the present method of employment. The Progress Association also decided to arrange for speakers far a public street protest meeting to be held in Liverpool, near thc P.O., on Fri day night, June ll, at. 7.45. Speakers who, it is hoped, will be in attendance, are Cr. De...

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INGLEBURN. CHURCH CONSECRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

I INGLEBURN. CHURCH CONSECRATED. j Last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, the Archbishop of Sydney, Bishop Mowll, consecrated St. Barnabas' Church, before a congregation of nearly 150 people. The church was completed in 1926. and during the last ten years the Ladies' Guild has worked sa consistently that it has paid off the debt on the bu'lding. At the time the church was built Rev. Harley-Jones, who is now at Liverpool, was tí» rector, and he was present at the consecration ceremony. He will preach on ? Sunday night next at St. Barnabas'. The Sunday school children have pre sented to the church a beautiful oak fount. Although the edifice is large enough for present requirements, pro vision has been made for the addition of a chancel. ; vknfU(,'d "iàei énds hi inadn^S? ot hero-I ism.-Victor Hugo. I /

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HEADLIGHT GLARE'S EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

HEADLIGHT GLARE'S EFFECT. Some interesting facts concerning the * effects of motor car headlight glare are contained In a report by an expert com mittee .s,et up in America to consider the problem. The report, a copy of which has been . received by the N.R.M.A., declares that headlamps have not kept pace with the improvements in other parts of thc vehicle. Glare from oncoming vehicles causes the Iris of the driver's eyes to contract almost instantly, but the subsequent ex pansion to provide normal vision takes sixteen times as long. The experts de clare, therefore, that if the contraction takes place 1n l-16th of a second, the I driver is blind fer one second after wards. This means that if Iris car ts I travelling at 40 miles an hour, it will cover 59 fret while the driver ls. unable j to see. If this blind distance is added to reaction time and braking distance at the speed mentioned, it will be seen i that the car is, in effect, cut of control for a distance of 213 feet.

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MARRYING IN DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

MARRYING IN DEBT. I Mass marriages were celebrated through out Italy recently (the anniversary of the foundation of Rome), including 900 at Bologna and 500 at Maples. The couples will receive a generous Government bounty. Loans ranging from £11 to £33 are made available to people undsr 20 w-ho wish to many, repayment to begin a year after the wedding. If, however, a child K born in the meantime, the total d/îbt will be reduced by 10 per cent., wiih successive reductions of 10 per cent, for each baby. The loan will be wiped, out if 10 babies are born in 10 years. I

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

CONSULT John V. TULLY F. R. E. I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT, and STOCK SALESMAN, RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 247. / ADVICE GI*VEN^ Respecting all Property Matters Stock .Sales, 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! Ashcroft and Sons stock all those meats Such as stand any Purity Test ! Her? 'am those stocks, good judges say, .Can easily excel the rest. Really the grimest and Choicest / Only enter the Ashcroft stocks, / Fresh meats that are tender and juicy Th y make from the Ashcroft blocks. 'Tl's always this Popular Meat Mart Supplies you the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat 1 goodlands, mm MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. Give Green Coupons Double Issue This Month. KOOPON COFFEE ESSENCE, Bring ...

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

¡MISSES DEVLIN FOR FINE ORDER i DRESSMAKING DAY AND {VENING GOWNS. SPORTS/WEAR, etc. J SPECIALISING IN BRIDAL WORK. 201 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 176.

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

WINIER WINDS "Dry Out" Natural Skin Oils and leave your skin Dry and Parched, Cosmeticians have developed Tissue and Nourishing Creams which re place these natural skin oils end keep your skin soft and supple. There are two preparations which we strongly recommend. Muriel Astor Honey and Almond CfAm, large bottle, 2/ Palmolive Cream Lotion, price 1/ Shaw's rharmacy DISPENSING CHEMISTS, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone: Liv. 39. |HI!|ll:::i::i!!!!!|¡!i ii::i:::::ii:::::::i::L: Come in and Select Your OVERCOAT To-day The coats assembled here are made from materials of long wearing qualities correctly and comfortably cut, allowing perfect freedom of movement. They have smart linings, caj clous pockets, artistic|l)utt(yi¿aiid other attractive feat The coat you want is here at the price you have in mind. From 35/- or 1/9 weekly TERMS arranged the Bradley Way "Wear while You Pay." LEATHER COATS made from only Selected Hides, 84/_ or 4/3 weekly. LEATHER LUMBER JACKETS - 59/6 or. 3/- we...

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£1000 A DAY FOR H.M.S. HOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

I £1000 A DAY FOR H.M.S. HOOD. It costs more than £1000 a day to keep the battle-cruiser Hood, largest warship in the world, cruising in Spanish waters for protection of British shipping. Cost ing £0,000,000 to build, her annual up keep runs into £390,000.

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

TORCHES-:--BATTERIES SCHOOL REQUISITES. A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST QUALITY ENGLISH/WADE TORCHES and BATTERIES of a.I siz.s always in/stock. OUR STOCK of SCHOOL REQUISITES KEPBESEVJT WONDERFUL VALUE WE ARE THE BUSHMEN'S FRIEND - a Lar/j Range of QUALITY bu ati KNIVES^ / JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY-2000 BOOKS by the Most Popular Authors. Membership 2/'-, Exchange 3d. A. W Y^CH 'PHONE: LIV. 147. MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. OvercooîSHiivOvercoais SINGLE-BREASTED FANCY TWEED .. /.27/6 " DOUBLE-BREASTED FANCY TWEED ; /. 28/6, 32/6, 33/6 DOUBLE-BREASTED NAVY BEA^EJ*.47/6 LEATHER COATS, 79/6. Leather Lumber Jackets, 58/6 A. CLYDE-- Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL. Church Services. NOTE-Changes of these -notices must reach this oßice on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, lu.30 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Wednesday Evening meeting. 8 p.m., In tlie Church edifice. Smith-street. Reading Room. Smith-street. Hours: Monday to Friday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. ST. LUKE'S...

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

ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY. JOIN OUR 'XMAS CLUB NOW! PARSON'S OATS, 6d TEN DAYS' SPECIALS: 2 lb APRICOT Qs^\ tin pkt. JAM, OU. Ige. ALLOWRIE CHEESE, 7ki per pkt. SKIM CONDENSED MILK 5kl per tin TABLE SALMON 6d Ige. tin AUNT MARY'S TOMATO SAUCE 7!d per bot. TERMINUS STREET LIVERPOOL. TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL 7 6.

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CONFIRMATION SERVICE. ARCHBISHOP AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937

. CONFIRMATION SERVICE. ARCHBISHOP AT LIVERPOOL. The Musi Reverend, the Archbishop ot Sydney, H. K. W. MowU, conducted Confirmation Seivice at St. Luke's Church of England last Sunday morning. There were 48 confirmees, of whom 12 were adults. The church was crowded at the morning service. The conflrmers were:-Donald S. E. T. Biddle, Leslie W. Randall, Arthur C. Thorne, Ronald Webb, John A. Chapple, Francis L. Fer rington, Frank M. Fullagcr, Thomas A. Mitchell, Kenneth E. Fabris, Robert Krauer, Reginald H. Starr, Sidney V. Goldfinch. Matthew M. Bowden, Keith ! H. Phillips, Clarence P. Phillips, Bruce 1 A. Locker, James F. H. Hadfield, George W. Lucas; Edna E. M. Burton, Maud M. Johnson, Irene E. Smith, Enid D. Farkyns. Marion Weston Brown, Audrey J. Saunders. Jean Weston Brown, Joan Weston Brown, Doreen Burton, Wilma M. Grady, Lurline E. Webb. Nancye Rendall, Lucy Dunn. Daphne I. Priest Joan L. Fabris, Roselyn M. Hillier, Hazei Robinson, May E. Maddern, Linda J. Thom, Florence Thorn,...

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