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GREEN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 10 June 1937
GREEN VALLEY The Green Valley Progress Association held their usual monthly meeting at the Progress Hall last week. Mr. G. Stiff presiding. Tile secretary. Mr. J. Maloney, read the report of the social activities. The juvenile coronation was a great success, the attendance being greater than the opening night. A discussion on the erection of a euchre room then ensued, and- it was decided to write to the chief secretary, asking for advice regarding erecting ad- ditional buildings cn the grounds of hall The fall of rain has been the heaviest for three years.
Chipping Norton. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
Thc. recent rain» hove done much to Improve the outlook in the surrounding orchards, pruners ere actively engaged now. The local roads suffered from the downfall and were ploughed, up by the traffic. FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Liverpool District Fruitgrowers' Association was held in the Chipping Norton Hall on the 14th instant. The financial state ment showed a credit balance of £27/7/3 - after a year's operations. The election of officers for the ensu ing year, resulted as follows:-President, Mr. L. Howarth; hon. secretary, Mr. A. L. Marshall; hon. treasurer,* Mr. J. Hind; senior vice-president, Mr. ». S. Stephens; junior vice-president, ¿tr. D. Robinson: hon. auditors, Mess». T. A. Haerse and A. J. Childs. Mr. 7. A. Haerse was ap. pointed as delegate to the general con ference to beheld in Sydney during June. Arrangements for the annual ball and picnic wereTdiscussed.
DIESEL: THE MODERN POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
DIESEL: THE MODERN POWER, The Diesel in Inherently our most ef ficient type cf engine. In converts sev eral times as much of the energy in a fuel into work as does the steam engine or steam turbine. The only power plants which obtain anywhere near the efficiency of the Dies el are some cf the mercury-steam power i plants. Their weight, is, however, even greater than the steam power plant. Because of the high efficiency of its large Diesel engine, a Union Pacific streamlined train travelled 1.6 miles, per gallon of fuel oil on its trip across the continent. ' The fuel cost was less than two and.a half cents per mile; and the cost for the entire trip of 3260 miles was only 63 dollars. A standard steam train woula consume about 300 dollars' worth of coal for this distance and would take over! fourteen hours longer to make the trip. 1 All internal combustion engines are fundamentally similar. Both Diesel and petrol engines use a liquid .fuel and burn ft Inside a cylinder. The vulve mech...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
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Mr. Spooner and L.G. Loans. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
Mr. Spooner and L.G. Loans. To the Editor). Slr,-The public Joan account cf Aus tralia is now some 11,260,000,001. 'lax payers aie already taxed to thc extent of tl ,000,000 per week to meet Interest charges, and the limit of taxation has been reached. The organisation behind the present money monopoly deems lt unsound pol icy to loan to the Federal and State Gov ernments more credit mon' y when it is impossible to raise interest for new loans by *way of new taxation. Having observed that the limit of the general taxpayer to pay increased taxat ion is about roached, other outlets for the .debt money, which is coined by the pri. vate banks are sought, and persuasion was used to induce local governing bod ies to borrow to provide works for un employed-persusicn, however, met witn little success. Wages, salaries and incomes were form crally taxed to provide unemployed re lief work. Money is drawn in this way from the already depleted pockets of the people in all parts of the State, and...
CYCLING FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
CYCLING FOB WOMEN. Perfect health is the ambition of everybody; but grace of figure and smartness ls also the ambition of every woman. These three ambitions are re alised in cycling. One must cycle to be fashionable; and what more enjoyable or beneficial recreation could be indulged in than this exhlliratlng sport. Cycling opens the way to merry picnic days in the beauty spots of this wonderful coun try; and on the cold, bright days of winter, when the keen winds offer bit. lng resistance, a brisk cycle ride will circulate the blood throughout the body, giving a natural warmth and healthy glow.. ' The keen lady cyclist does not ha ve, to resort to the cosmetic box for. a glowing complexion; hers is the ruddy glow pf perfect health and physical fit-: ness. j. . "
RED CROSS OBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
RED CROSS OBJECTS. Red Cross Societies have as their pri mary purpose the relief of sick and wounded in time of war. Their activities' tö-day, however, extend far beyond this field. In 1919 the Red Cross Societies of Great Britain, France, Italy, United States and Japan banded together in forming the League of Red Cross So cieties, which adopted as its objects the improvement of health, the prevention of disease and the mitigation of suffering throughout the world. In NS.W;, apart from the care of Me sick ex-soldiers and their dependents, the Society undertook (in 1925) to assist the State Government In the fight against tuberculosis amongst the ? civil population and has since that year ac cepted civilian patients from all parts of N.S.M. in Its T.B. sanatoria.
Liverpool Golf Club INVITATION FOUR-BALL BEST BALL VERSUS PAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
Liverpool Golf Club (By "DORMIE.") INVITATION FOUR-BALL BEST BALL VERSUS PAR. Witlï a reocrd crowd on the course, players from ether clubs turning out foi this invitation event, many of the fours had to finish thc last green in semi darkness. Par was absolutely knocked off his base, as no less than nine pairs were well over the square mark, A tie cf 8 up.4>etween-Dlck Buggy and H. Bed ford, cf Ryde Parramatta against Mark Bosley and Herb Jackson (prize divided). Mr. Pane and Jack Andrew were next with 7 up. Tom Prince and L. Pye, of Bennie Doon, returned a 6 up. We would like to see more oí our vis itors, as it ls quite apparent the layout appeals to them in the way of scoring. Mr. Pye's card, as an example (with a few strokes thrown in. |N. Bradbury and W. Kershler. another pair to show the way-5 up on any card certainly logics well. H. Gill and E. Browne, our low marker, 4 up-another creditable card. A. Gibb and Fred Irvine, 3 up; P, Gazzard and E. P. Grundy. 1 up; J. Prince an...
CARD AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
CARD AFTERNOON. To augment the funds in aid of St Luke's annual ball, a card party was hela1 In the Memorial School of Arts last Thursday afternoon, and 30 people were present. Euchre, bridge, and other card gaines were Indulged in. A beautiful cake donated by Mrs. Hamer was won by iaxt. B. Clyde. As a result of the effort 25/- was -handed to the committee. Mrs. H. R. Ayres, treasurer of the ball committee, was the organiser and was assisted by the ladies' committee.
FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
FISHING NOTES. The ccast flsliing party came hume last week-end with glowing tales of a most enjoyable week spent at Minna Murra. Fish were plentiful and good catches were the general order of the day. 74 blackfish lu one -day being the best bp.g. Mart Christie holds the cup for tn« largzst "darkie" of the trip, but lt chang, ed hands almost daily until the present holder, of Clinch's Pond fame, hookea onto a 6 lb. salmon with a light split cane road. The salmon was landed after about 15 minutes' good rodwork and much speculation and advice by the other members of the party. This should settle'the argument as to the rights oi the cup-for a time, at least. Mart thinks Minna-Murra is the an. rwer to the fisherman's dream; and it wouldn't surprise some of the lads to see him "settle down" there. Ray Fullager had the time of his life, and is almost prepared to drop Comunal for this spot, in spite of, perhaps, the lack of a party or two. Tile baes included all varieties of fish, and some...
MAN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
MAN INJURED. Charles Glenister, 65, of Thelma-st., Hillview, was found by Ambulance officer H. Pollard on Tuesday evening tm the Hoxton Park-road, semi-conscious and suffering from Injuries to his nose and abrasions to face, arms and hands. He was \ conveyed to Liverpool Hospital,' where the wounds were treated. It is possible that Mr. Glenister was struck by a car, but he cannot say how ne. was injured.
BULL HAD IT'S USE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
au rx HAD ns USE. Liverpool Council has granted the poundkeeper. Mr. I. Goodchilds. a re- ! tainlng lee oí IO/- per wîek. On Tues day night the officer's letter asking for ! rome such consideration was read. HeJ pointed out that he found it hard to make ends meet owing to the scarcity of 'stray stock, and only for one mill at tire end cf last month he would have bad very little indeed.
DIPHTHERIA IMMUNIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
DIPHTHERIA IMMUNIZATION. Four hundred names have been hand, ed Into Liverpool Council of children preparing to undergo immunization against diphtheria, and council decided to arrange for an inmediate commence ment of the treatment. Other names are expected. Council circularised the schools, which proved a successful method of launching the campaign.
BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
BIRTHDAY PARTY. A "bucks' " birthday party was held on Monday at Mr. Wal. Curtis' home, Moorebank-avenue, on the occasion of I his brother Bill's birthday. The artists ¡ were Mr. Fred Pettilt (tap dancing), Peter Wych, jun, (mouthorgan solos), Joe Pettitt and Bert Childs (vocal duet). There were nearly 40 present, ana an had a convivial time. Billy, being 21, was presented with a golden key.
CARD EVENING. For St. Luke's Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
CARD EVENING. For St, Luke's Ball. A successful, card evening, organisée by Mrs. Grundy, ta aid of the preltmin ary expenses of St. Luke s ball, was heit in Hillview Hall last Thursday night, over SO people attending. Euchre, rummy and housie housl&lt; Were the popular games Mr Grundj had charge of «ie euchre tables, th« winners being Mrs. smith and Mr. Bar. ker; and Mr. c. Rymsn won the booby'« prize. The Dutch auction went to Mrs T. Murray. The committee members present were Rev. Harley-Jones &lt; president i. Mr. H. R. Ayres (secretary). Mrs. Ayres itrea surer). Mesdames H. Hamer. T. Murray, M. Schell, and Miss Cash During supper, on behalf of the com mittee. Mr. Ayres thanked Mrs Grundy for the splendid evening, and those pre sent for their support. Approximately 12/10 - wis raised.
"Happiness" Dance. LIVERPOOL TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
"Happiness" Dance. LIVERPOOL TENNIS CLUB. Over 200 dancers thoroughly enjoyed themselves at. Liverpool Town Hall last Saturday night, when the Happiness Tennis Club held a dance. Oeo. Lee's Revellers provided the music; and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick, as M.C., was popular, as usual. Refreshments were served by members of the club and «ere much ap preciated. The lucky door ticket was held by Miss Crook and Miss England; and Mr. lallay won the Monte Carlo waltz. The spot dance was won by Miss Mid dleton and Mr. W. Fitzpatrick; mystery bamdance. Miss Parkyns and Mr. Thompson. prints* ¡ /Bnd ; published at "The .Bis" New^tóper -Office, Smart^atreet,&lt; Falr Helct New South Wales,'by the pro prietor, W. J. Bright.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
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