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POULTRY DISEASE REMEDIES. THEIR LIMITED UTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
J POULTRY DISEASE REMEDIES. THEIR LIMITED UTILITY. AUiough certain remedies are of de cided value, the use of medicines plays a . relatively small part tn the control of , 'loultry disease, points out a veterinary «. Ticer of the Department of Agriculture ¡ri Y recent issue of th Agricultural Ga zettt. The diagnosis of "carrier" birds in such diseases as pullorum. vaccination in such diseases as fowl pox and perhaps I laryngotracheitis, tile elimination of pre disposing causes and the improvement 01 general management, feeding methods, canitation and ventilation are of far more importance than tile medicinal treatment of local symptoms shown by individual birds. Poultry disease remed ies aie not to condemned indiscrimin ately, but the poultry-farmer should re gard all "cure-alls" or any drug the value of which is not clearly evident, with a critical attitude and, if in doubt, either conduct a small controlled experiment or seek competent veterinary advice. WHERE DISEASE OCCURS When ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
We now Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/. spent, and you can redeem them for Valuable Presents. YOU CAN NOW SAVE further 'GRoop'TOKENS , on yQUr HARDWARE, PAINTS, CROCKERY^ etc., by Buyng^at^ M.ChrSslianseR^iy.LM. 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 ENDE^dR^ IS QUALITY Si SATISFACTION. Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, cot RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONIE: riVHRFOOL 63. We desire to particularly mention that we stock only the Best (OT all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE-SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED to aU Parts of thc District. CIVILITY, Plus SERVICE ! MISS M. and E. WINDSOR, IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, SCOTT STREET, LVERPOOL, Near Pic...
"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL.* Tile delightful cover design by N. F. Rhoden on this month's "Australian Journal" matches perfectly the smart and cheerful yams inside. Contributors for June include such well-known Aus tralian and New Zealand writers as Cam Woodford, Rex Grayson, Cecil H. V. Steere, Myra Morris. H. McNelsh, Cath erine Shepherd. Walter Smyth, Robt. A. Alexander, Frank Franklin, and others. An interesting feature is a competition in which £50 is offered to readers for discovering errors in an amusing draw- j ing by artist Adrian Watts. Entries are free. The cookery, fashions, and radio I sections aie well handled, while needle work and knitting departments, para graphs, puzzles, and a children's section complete a splendidly illustrated Issue of 156 pages. Obtainable at all newsagents. 1
ASSAUL[?] & ROBBERY ALLEGED CAS[?] FROM LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
ASSAUL'l & ROBBERY ALLEGED CAS« FBOM LIVERPOOL. At LiverpTlil Police Court on Monday, James Henri Smith was charged with having assau»e±and robbed John Mc Dermott on MnenL of tue sum ol £3. Consfoble CaVP&lt;*¿Rave evidence that on May 29 McEodrnotk told him some thing at Liverpool/poli*.siation, and lie went to a billial'd/rooin iiKScotl-st., Liv erpool. He tnenl went to smith s resi dence, at 11.15 pim., and received no re ply. At 12.45 he again Went to the House and saw Smith, wno denied, before McDermott, that he had taken the money. At the police station defendant said lo McDermott: "Although I didn't take the money, if you'll ka tilings go I'll make tile £3 up to you." He saiu lit had been with McDermott in tile billiard room and at the railway; then they went as far as the picture show and parted. To Mr. Parker (for defendant) : Mc Dermott was under the muuence ol liquor. He said that three £1 notes were tied in a handkerchief. I did not hear McDermott say "Gi...
ON DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
ON DEATH. I Death is neltheif a calamity nor a blessing. It is a necessity, an indis pensable condition of life. Our habits and institutions are based on its exist ence. On the fact that a nation con sists of a sequence cf individuals, death prevents ths overcrowding of the earth. It liberates the new generations from thc burden of the old.-Dr. Alexis Car roll). ./ater afar won't quench a Are at i hand.-Italian proverb.
FURNISHING WORKERS' HOMES. British Schemes of Payment. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
I FURNISHING WORKERS' HOMES. | I British Schemes of rayment. i When opening an exhibition of work ingclafs furniture and equipment, organ, lsed by the Council for Alt and Indus try, in London, the Minister for Health &lt;Sir Kingsley Wood) said that the prog gress in housing was such that about 1.000,000 people In Britain had moved last year into new houses. There was a real need for advice ano assistance which .would enable houses to become real homes, he declared. Many people did not possess sufficient furniture and equipment to make their new house a home, because they had not the means. Local authorities had power, under the Housing Act, to provide furni ture for their tenants in such cases, A scheme in operation at-Birmingham en. abled furniture to bc supplied in suit able instances to young married couples. At Gateshead, the corporation, through the local retailers, provided furniture, and the instalment payments were col lected each week with the rent. Tommy's mother ...
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
? CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. J God, the only Cause and Creator, was the subject In all Churches of Christ Scientist, on Sunday. Tlie Golden Text was: "In the be ginning God created the heaven and the earth." Genesis 1:1. Among the Bible quotations comprising the Lesson-Sermon was the following: "Let Lsrael rejoice in him that made him: let the children of Zion be joyful in their King." Psalm 149:2. , ( The following passage front the Christ ian Science textbook, :'"science "and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "God is individual, incorporeal. He is divine Principle, Love, the universal cause, the only creator, and there is no other self-existence. He is all-inclusive, and is reflected by all that is real and eternal and by nothing else. He fills all space, and it is impossible to conceive of such omnipresence and Individuality except as infinite Spirit or Mind." P.331.
MOTORIST'S "IFS." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
MOTORIST'S "IFS;* ¡ If yo» can drive from seven till eleven. And not tell lies about, your aveiage speed; ff you can treat Hie modest "baby seven" Willi all the care a limousine would need; II" you could thread your way through thickrst traffic. Nor cease from caution down the lone, liest lane. Aware that, once removed to realms seraphic, No hen or duck will come ta life again; If you respect your tyres and springs, and soften What might have been a pothole's hideous bump; , If you can use the grease-gun well and ' often. And keep to safety level in the sump; If you can smoothly change from top to bottom When faced with one in seven' on your route: If you apply all warnings as you spot 'em, And always give crossroads their pass ing boat: If you avoid the sins of stunt contrivers, ' Of cutters-in' and breakers of the code; If you can bear lu mind that other drivers Are just as much entitled lo the road: In short. If you behave with due dis cretion AR just one item in a mighty host. Y...
FILM STARS CRITICISED. GOOD AND BAD WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
FILM STABS CRITICISED. I GOOD AND BAD WORDS. I i Jàocà and bad words for film stars were said respectively by Mr. George Arllss. the film actor, at a meeting of Ute Royal Society of Arts, and by Dr. H. W. Taylor, at a meeting of the Library Association, says a London message. Mr. Arllss said: "Hollywood ls not a wild and wicked spot. Work there de mands a clear brain and reasonably keen intelligence. The industry would not continue to exist if actors were careless of their moral and physical behavior." Dr. Taylor scathingly criticised British film actresses. "They are all thin-lipped, and about two nutmegs in weight," he declared. "All appear to be about from 14 to 17 years of age. I am told that Mas West weighs more than one or two nutmegs, but she is not British."
The Human Cost of Great War. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
The Human Cost of Great War. _ I The Inter-Parliamentary union of Inquiry in 1931 worked out with the engtest possible accuracy an estimate of the human cost of the Great War. The ¡ total figure at which the Commission ai-1 rived was 41,435.000 deaths, military and civilian. It was further estimated that it cost £6000 to kill each of them. Fdr whose practical benefit and advan tage did forty-one and a half million .people die ? What advantage have the people of Great Britain gained by winning the war ? Their national debt has Increased "leven-fold. Twenty million, half the -otal pom'lation, uVe below or near star vion level. But someone gains bv war-in fact, powerful financial interests make amzing profits out of it. In Great Britain alone, buring the period of 1916-21. more than £1.100.000.000 was paid b¡y armament firms in excess profit duties. The actual figures for profits can wily be imagined as astronomical.
THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
THEY SAY (By "Ace.") That what Billy said when one ci his team-mates failed to put in an appear ance at the match last Saturday d-es not bear repeating, as his team had t-&lt; forieit eightetn garnis, and in conse quence lost the match. Billy intends hiring rickshaws in future, to transport the players to the courts, to avoid all wear and tear on their constitutions. That Cec and Ray completed th,:ir pair of "spectacles" when they collected an other "monocle" iii the Ingleburn match on Saturday, and their team-mates are hoping that they are not going to make a habit of it. Look out tor sorby and Harding next Saturday, boys-they mighi put the "hat trick" over you ! That Bill Nicholls wants, to know who owns the trained dog, which ran away witto a tennis ball off his court during the match ? He says it would be rather an excellent type of dog to own, but }t is miner a nuisance for a team captain to liave to sprint after it during an im portant set. That the SJJ.T.A. committee ...
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
Liverpool pennis Club. Following ls tndmw and teams (or matches on SatuKay next, June 12: Camden v Al»A 2 v Wimbledon &lt;nu alteration); A Hes. 2 v A Res. 1 (No 2 ladles, Mrs. J. Shotts and Mrs. B. Rob erts), No 1 lalles, Mrs. H. Ayres and Miss V. ThornI); B team v Y Hurry ino alteration)! Eaglemont v B Res. team (ladies. Hrs. G. Thompson and Mrs. R. DunDar» The two ladltlv mid-week teams won their matches loft week, then No. i de feating Eaglemof|£ 2, and the No. 2 de feating Kiora. IV Following are l»e matches for Wed nesday next, Junfc 16:-Liverpool 1 v Eaglemont 1 (nolalteration of leam); Liverpool 2 a bye. V1*"** The heavy rain %ien?tfe11 011 Friday afternoon and nighlWoajtat week prac tically put ah courtS* "^lhe\ association out of order for the sajiurday\afternoon matches, although No. l'and No> 3, courts of the club dried out sufficiently lo al low the matches set down for them to ' be played, the Al team playing Ingleburn and the B reserve playing Rhlnfe Erin. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
Nursfery Specialists. J. de IFREITAS AND SONS. . ROSES1 90FRUUS & CITRUS. BOOI%rouR&lt;^RDERS NOW. A SMALL DjTOsrnWlLL SECURE VOUJiri^3UM*MENTS BATHSÄCTOT^fluARANTEED. FAIRFIEBT NURSERV, Vlne-st., Fairfielff; 2 mins. from station. HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND & ESTATE AGENT. SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool 281. AUCTION SALES OF POULTRY. PRO DUCE, STOCK, etc., EVERY WEDNES DAY at 1 p.m. sharp V VEGETABLE AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY at ll a.m. OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. Agent for Alliance lAssurance. PUBLIC »MEETING. LIVER,POOL\NEAR P.O., FRIDAY,, JUNE lt at 7.45 p.m. Mass rrolest' Against \nocner Scheme. Convened by li^^oreban» Progress and ? Ratepayers' Association. ' Grand Carnival Dance LIVERPOOLVTOWN HALL, SATURDAY, jtjNE 19, 1937. Two Couples to be Selected to compete in Werriwa CupQrand Final. Refreshments. , Gwd Orchestra. WO SHILLINGS. NEILL, Organiser. ADMISSION:/TWO SHILLINGS. J. V. O', MOTHERS' CLUB BAZVA R, SCHOOL OF ART...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
CENTRAL FISH & OYSTER SALOON, Scrivener's Buildings, 220 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL. (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OF MR. ' LEO. LUCAS). Best of Cooked and Fresh Fish /Daily. Oysters, Lobsters, Smoked Fish. 1 FISH MEALS served at ALL HOURS. &lt; . Cleanliness and Quality Guaranteed. . : G ÍV E US A TRIAL. __.._- _ ?
FREE ART PLATE FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
FREE ART PLATE FOR WOMEN. I What woman does not love a fine color-plate of a charming subject to hang on the wall? Any of our women readers may have such a delightful thing this month without cost. That popular sixpenny women's magazine, "Every lady's Journal," has been revolutionised and wonderfully improved. To mark this, the Editor is presenting every reader this month with an art plate, 6 x ll niches, of a lovely study of the red flow ering gum. Printed in all it's original colors, this gift plate is enclosed with each copy cf June issue of "Everylady's Journal.:' ¡.., It "'Everyladyte Journal'1; is unobtain able locally, lt will be posted to'any ad. dress (with gift plate) if 7tL in stamps is sent to "Everylady's Journal," 230-236 Stanley-street. West Melbourne. C.3, Vrtciris.. "_
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
TEN_NIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WIN BER COMPETITION. A GRADE. Picton v Wimbledon.-H. Brown anc D. Bay v S. Hamilton and W. Campbell (i/2; Miss Wane and A. Dowse v Mis: Tuck and C. Clissold 3/6; Miss Dowse and D. Ray v Miss Clissold and Blin man 6/5; A. Dowse and Monaghan v C Blinman and C. Clissold 6/4; Misses Dowse and Wane v Misses C. Cllssola ¡ and Tuck 2/6; H. Brown and D. Ray v C. Blinman and Clissold 6/5; Miss Dowse and Monaghan v Miss Clissoia I and C. Hamilton 4/6; Miss Wane ana , Brown v Miss Tuck and W. Campbell 6/4; A. Dowse and K. Monaghan v C. Hamilton and W. Campbell u/1. Won by Picton. 6/45 to 3/39. A GRADE-1st Division. Liverpool v Ingleburn.-Cole and Hee ger v Dalef and Williamson 0/6; Dun. bar ancy; ..iss Robinson v Miss Mahon and Mcilveen 6/2; Beveridge and Miss Banks v Miss Mahon and Williamson 2/6; Beveridge and Dunbar v Daley and Williamson l/'O; Miss Robinson and Miss Banks v Miss Malton and Miss Clissold I 6/3; Cole and Heeger v Metcalf and Mc . Uveen...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet ings, social gatherings, sporting events, weddings, accidents, etc., will be gratefully accepted. Per sonal paragraphs must be signed by responsible persons. Write in ink, on one side of the paper («ames in capital letters), I and be brief and accurate. Be I careful to verify all facts, so that the paper will not suffer owing to inaccuracies, and others perhaps be put to inconvenience. If you like "The News," recom mend it. to your friends. Judge: You were under the bed with a bac of tools. Have you any excuse to offer? Accused: It was force of habit, your Honor; I'm a motorist.
NOISE HELPS THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
NOISE HELPS THE DEAF. i For many years one of the mysteries of medicine was the fact thai-, some deaf ened people seemed to hear better in rail road stations, subway trains and other noisy places than people with normal I hearing. The reason is that theie people are deafer to low tones than to high tones, V and. since noise is made up prlnclpallj/ of low tones, the deaf person isn't af« ! tee ted by lt. v On the other hand, the normal hear ing person raises his voice to overcome the noise, and the higher tones of his speech, delivered willi more titan usual loudness, penetrate to the deaf per son's tenaciousness.
MAN FOUND DEAD. Mr. Herbert Biddulph. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
MAN FOUND DEAD. Mr. Herbert Biddulph. Mr. Herbert Biddulph, aged 70 years, died suddenly last Friday at his residence in Hume Highway, Casula. Liverpool Ambulance had been summoned to take him to hospital, and on arrival found the place looked up. With the aid of police, they broke In and found the man dead in his bed. Several dogs were also found dead near the home. The body was taken to the morgue. Deceased had lived there for over 40 years and was very eccentric. i