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FORGET NON-ESSENTIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
FORGET NON-ESSENTIALS. "Wk all shed, ,and need to shed, a great deal of the information which fe have acquired, whether during our school days or In after life. If carried about always, the burden would be in tolerable. "But the real interests which we have acquired and the power of understand ing many facts of different kinds, whe ther of science or art, of literature or history, of business or politics, can al ways be of value to us."-Mr. Guy Ken dall: In "A Headmaster Reflects." Cecil: Sylvia, what did moths live on before Adam and Eve wore clothes?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
Support our Advertisers 'I Buiierîl v Cheat revive ri>ooi Saturday Matinee at 2; Night at 7.30. Monday at 7.45, Wednesday 8 p.m.. Thursday 8 p.m. Ring Liverpool 8 (or Reservations. SATURDAY (Matinee & Night) and MONDAY, JUNE 12 & Hy JEAN HARLOW, WILLIAM POWELL, MYRNA LOY and/ / SPENCER TRACY in I / "LIBELLED LAD Y," v plus "WOMAN WISE," MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON. 'TLUTOS JUDGMENT. SHORTS: "CAN YOU IMAGINE and "V. GAIETIES." WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16: 'OFF to the RACES,' 'STOLEN HOLIDAY,' Episode 4 of Serial, "THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL." TH URS DA Y,. JUNE 1 7: "HOPALONG CASSIDY RETURNS," "COUNTERFEIT LADY." SATURDAY & MONDAY, JUNE 1« & 21: "GIRL IN A MILLION" and "FAIR WARNING." BIGGER! BRIGHTER! * BETTER! ST. LUKE'S 10th ANNUAL/PARISH BALL TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL, TUESDAY.VjUNIT 22, 8.15 «m. to 2 a.m. DANCING 8.15 pW^o 2 a.m./'' Spec lil Engagement'of the CROYDON PJLAI^MOYAL DANCE BAND of Six Instruments; also RON DOYLE and KL S11^ iau¿EY, Exhibition Dan...
MY GOLF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
MY GOLF CLUBS. When trees are green and smooth and nice. j Who waggles proudly once or twice. I And then commits a horrid slice ? My Driver 1 Who helps me with my second shot, And ought to biff it quite a lot, But duffs the thing as oft as not ? My Brassie ! Who ought to make the ball abscond High over bunkers and beyond, But hooks it in the brook or pond ? My Midiron ! Who plays the chip shot sate and dead, Or makes me lift my silly head, And drop it In the sand instead? My Mashie I Who ought to add unto my score I Two tiny strokes, but never more, I And Uvm takes three, or even four? My Putter ! In abort, to close my little song, If shots are short, or far too strong. Who gets the blame when things RO wrong ? My Go'f Clubs Î But when I'm fairly on my game. Correct in strength and straight of aim, IWho gets the praise, devoid of blame ? Why, I do I
Liverpool Golf Club Topen-Ives Trophy, Par Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
j Liverpool Golf Club Topen-Ives Trophy, Par Handicap, (By "DÖRMTE.") | Holman Hunt x2, K. Anderson -3; Jim Stewart -3, Bob Rowe -4. The second round of the champion, ship took place over thc week-end, the weather being very kind. Rain kept off all Saturday afternoon and ' Sunday morning, and the course responded to good golf, allowing the brassle to take the turf and come through easily. Chip shots could be laid dead near the pin by tb» man who knows his golf. The defeat of last year's champion, T. Prince, came as a surprise to some. The fast-improving Holman Hunt is already one of our top-notchers. These two are about evenly matched; yet, strangely enough, they use different methods. Hol man uses a relaxed, flowing stroke, with an extended back swing and follow through, especially noticeable off the tees; from Prince uses a sharper hit, taking a shorter back swing, that gives gives him the desired power without at the same time the risk of jerkiness in the stroke execution. Tom is...
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. Douglas Hazeldine, of Moorebank, visited his brother Gordon In the Wan garatta district, Victoria, after an ab sence of 12 years. His wife and two daughters, Marcia and Janet, accom panied him. Mr. Ron Banks, of Moore-st" Liver pool, was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital last week-end suffering from appendi citis. « * * » Mr. Wilson, the Macquarie-street, san dier, is seriously ill owing to a slight seizure. His son. Ray, ls oown from thc country. . . . Miss Peggy Stanton ts back on duly after a few days off with Influenza. . . . Mrs. Buckley, of Passeneld-street, Liv erpool, had the misfortune to fracture her right thigh on June 4 when she slip ped on a step at her home. She is in Aubufti District Hospital. . . . Mr. W. Palmer, of Prederick-st., Pair held, ls again ill in thc Prince of Wales Hospital. . . . Mrs. Koniman, sen., of Vlne-st., Falr i field, is a patient in Parramatta District I Hospital. . . » Mr. A. Irwin, of George-st., Liverpool, I is a patient in St....
MAKING PAPERS TALK. THE FOTOLIPTOFONO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
I MAKING PAPERS TALK, i THE FOTOtlPTOFONO. After nine years' experience, Fernando Crudo, an Argentine engineer, has in vented the "Fotoliptofono." Endowed with similar functions to a gramophone, this amazing new sound-reproduction de vice uses paper records. On these the subject matter, a speech or orchestral piece, is inscribed in ordinary printer's ink. Each sheet or record measures 17ln. by 20tn., lt is covered with a ser ies of sound tracks, printed side by side, their total length representing about 300 feet. For a recital, the selected sheet is wound round a metal cylinder. Upon switching on the instrument, this cylin der rotates slowly. Simultaneously, a beam light focused on the paper reflects the print fluctuations to a photoelectric cell, which in tum renders them audible through a loudspeaker. Operated in conjunction with a wire less set, just like a radio-gramophone, the "Fotoliptofono" was recently demon strated in London. Its clarity of tone impressed everyone. The abs...
HORSE FORM. Is Pamelus Really Fit Enough to be a Good Thing for Doomben? Friar's Switch Disappointing as Cup Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
HORSE FOR Ml (By TOM ELU8.) Is l'a melug ReaHy Good Thing Friar's Switch Cup. Fit Enough to be for Doomben? Disappointing as Horst. The belief in Sydney is that Pamelus may not be at his best. There are all soils of disquieting reports about his lack cf work, and much doubt whether he is really-afc his best for next Satur day's Doomben Newmarket. That is the reason why so many Sydney horses have gone north for this £2000 race. Evi dently their connections don't fear the Queensland champion, and so they are going to have a cut at him with their advantage in the weights. The visitors from Sydney include ' Shackleton. Mohican, Block Laughter, I Heroic Faith and Gay Chou. Then there are the Queensland performers who have had all their recent racing in Sydney, High Speech and Haaak. For a winner recently at Rcs&biU with 9.3, High Speech is not badly in this race at 9st. He won the Rosehill race running right away from tile opposition. But Gay Chou is the one considered ta be thro...
FASHION HINTS. FROM THE SCREEN PERSONALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
FASHION flNTS. PROM THE SCREEN PERSONALITIES Quest towels of various kolora embroia ed in white with the wordA"his" on 6ome and "hers" o)) others, willlbe the equip ment tn the guest rooms of Myrna Loy's new home. The towels ranie hi size from big, soft bath towels, to UWse of the tiny ringer tip variety. ¡rn Maureen O'Sullivan j^Mn°w wearing small combs at the sidt/W her head for sports occasions. She r> Ahem In shades to match her various w»s. Her favour ite combination ls one (fP dusty rose and robin's egg blue. The combs, in this case are rose. Spun glass, exactly, the colour of lier hair, fashions .»an interesting coronet worn to formal »events by Una Merkel. The coronet, in the form of a braid, is dotted hPr» onri there with tiny brilliants and seeff pearlt. Tiny golden horeshoes serve as fast enings on the new brown suede gloves in the wardrobe of Florence Rice.' The Metro-Goldwyn:Mayer player's shirt for her riding habit is fashioned from fine silk, upon which is printed,...
RED CROSS BRANCH FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
RED CROSS BRANCH FORMED. | A branch of the Red Cross Society has been formed in Liverpool and has been registered as the Liverpool Branch, New South Wales Division (Die.) Australian Red cross Society, with the following of fice-bearers:-President, Mrs. J. de Mey-1 rick; vice-presidents, Mesdames H. M. Potts, H. J. Haerse, W. B. Davis, A. Mars den and S. L. Marshall; hon. secretary, Mrs. H. C. L. Sampson; hon, treasurer, Mrs. A. Amies.
Forward, Liverpool. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
i Forward, Liverpool. (To the Editor.) Slr.-It was pleasing to see such a Splendidly attended meeting to launch the Liverpool Building Society," in re sponse ta the advertisements by Mr. H. M. Potts. But, though Cabramatta and Ingeburn centres were adequately re presented by their respective Mayors and aJdermen, it was noticeable that the Mayor of Liverpool, who occupied the chair, wag not supported by all his alder men. New blood in a district that is backward will help it to go forward. They say the transfusion is likely to occur next aldermanic election. -Yours, I "FORWARD."
"WILLIAM EROR." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
"WILLIAM EBOR." Medieval way» that have survived in England so-r.c'ime- lead to curious mis unc'er^tjncUnss. Recentlv a ;'irc¡il£>r let ter signed by a crouD cf nroaiin?.it Brit ens wa- received in America. One ol the signature's on the 1H Riven to the Pres? read "William £bor."" Who. indeed, was this M". Kb;r figur ine in such disting'.iiihe-î company '.' _. The answer is that "William Ebor" is the official signature of no less a person than the Most Rev. and Hi^ht Hon. Wil liam Temple, Lord Archbishop of York. Custom prescribe tliat this dignitary sign himself with his first nnm^ and the abbreviated form of Eboracuui. the Latin name for York.
NEW BUILDING SCHEME. A MEETING AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
I NEW BUILDING SCHEME, A MEETING AT LIVERPOOL. A meeting convened by Mr. Potts, of Liverpool, was held at Liverpool Town Kail on Thursday night, when over 70 interested persons were present, includ ing representatives of Cabramatta. Liver poo) and Ingleburn. The Mayor of Liv. erpool i Aid. J. F. de Meyrick) presided. Mr. P. J. Carroll, representing the Registrar of Co-operative .Societies, was present and outlined tile' schemel an swering numerous questions. It was decided to form a society, to be known «s the Liverpool District Co-operative Building Society, Ltd., the period of operations to be 21 years, the amount of the subscription, £55 per unit. enabling a member taking up, say, one share, to repay at the rate of 2/6 per calendar month before a loan is granted and 7/- per calendar month afterwards, In the case of a subscriber taking lu shares, before obtaining a loan of £550 he would pay 5/9 per week, and after wards 16/2 per week (as rent). The objects of the scheme are:-(1) t...
CAMPBELLTOWN. TENNIS ASSOCIATION'S DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
CAMPBELLTOWN. ' TENNIS ASSOCIATION'S DANCE. On June S, Campbelltown Town Hall was tile scene of a most successful and enjoyable dance, held by the District Night Tennis Association, and £22 was taken at the door. The prizes were pre sented by Mr. J. Westbury (Mayor ol Campbelltown), and Mrs. Westbury was presented with a beautiful floral basket, handed to her by Mollie Vardy. Wallie Moore's orchestra supplied the music, and a very delicious supper was served. TENNIS RESULTS. Tlie following are the results of the tennis: A Grade.-Men's singles, M. Hughes; men's doubles, A. Douse and K. Monog han; mixed doubles, Miss R. May and A. Douse; ladies' doubles, Mrs. Clissold and Mrs. Jeffrey. A Reserve.-R. Egleton; S. Ryder anu A. Douse; Misses J. King and P. Coles; Mesdames Paul and Welsh. B Grade.-R. Triglone; D. Carroll and K. Fitagibbons; Mrs. Korff and R. Korti. C. Grade.-R. Roberts; T. Devlin ano J. Carroll. Team's Event (night competition). A Grade: Campbelltown (Mesdames Clis sold an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Station). LIVERPOOL!, BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You the Quality as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. 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. You simply plug in tune in-listA in. DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. MASURI Ète, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. WE WILL P. E. Le GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. THONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. W Y C H, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PHON^' Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED MADE UNDER HYGIENIC CONDITIONS. For High...
GARDEN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
GARDEN NOTES. (By George Rosten Lee, Landscape Architect.) Every Day you arc Judged by tile ap pearance of your grounds-keep them up-to-date. What sort of picture do your grounds present to thc passerby, to the friend who calls at your door or wanders in youi garden? The Impression gained from j the appearance of the grounds cannot be escaped. We are Judged by appear ances every day. For the "sake of appearances" is just one of the many good reasons for mak ing the grounds beautiful and attractive the year round. And in this connection we must remember that wc get so used to looking over our own grounds that we seldom see them as others see them, or Judge them in the same way. Keeping the grounds up-to-date re quires at least an annual checkup on appearances. There is no better time than now to make what few changes and additions are necessary to develop that beauty in the' grounds which will be a constant satisfaction to us and win the welcome glance of approval and admir ation fro...
MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. Master Alan Meredith recently fell and injured his nose, which was healing nicely when he was unfortunate enough to fall again and hurt thc same spot. However, he is now making satisfactory progrès». CRICKET CLUB DANCE. On Saturday night the Minto Cricket Club held a, dance in the School of Arts. Old end modem dances were enjoyed, to the strains of the Moonmoths orches tra. Mesdames Morgan. Murray and Porter attended to the supper, which was very daintily served. Mr. E. Knowles and Mr. Hawes acted as M's.C, A pleasant [feature was the harmonised singing of members of the orchestra. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of Minto Horti cultural Society was held at the School of Arts last Thursday, June 3. At these meetings there are stagings cf exhibits by members, for which points are given, which at the end of every year are total led, and the winners of various classes are awarded cups and prizes. Last Thursday the exhibits were judged by Mr. and Mrs. Mcl...