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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. WINTER COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

TENNIS « SOUTHERN "DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION, WINTER COMPETITION. Following are results of play on Sat urday, June 12: A GRADE. Liverpool 2 v Wimbledon.-Keys and Kirkpatrick v Clissold and Blinman 6/0; Miss Hitcher and Webb v Miss White house and Hamilton 5/6; Mrs. Bever idge and Lomax v Miss Tuck and Clis sold 2/6; Webb and Lomax v «Clissold and Blinman 6/5; Misses Hitcher and Mrs. Beveridge v Misses Tuck ano Whitehouse 6/4; Keys and Kirkpatrick v Hamilton and Campbell 6/4. Match unfinished. Liverpool 2 lead by 4/31 to 2/25. A GRADE-1st Division. Liverpool v Craignish.-Sorby ana Harding v Heeger and Cole 6/2; Marden and Miss Keane v Beveridge and Miss Banks 6/3; smith and Miss Anhsaw v Dunbar and Miss Robinson 2/6; Sorby and Harding v Dunbar and Beveridge 6/5; Miss Ans haw and Miss Keane v Miss Robinson and Miss Banks. Unfin ished-Craignish 3/22, Liverpool 2/22. B RESERVE. Y Hurry 2 v Happiness 1.-R. Penney and R. Brown v A. Pascoe and A. Mc Namee 1/6; Miss Robinson and Y. Mur phy v Mi...

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

Liverpool Tennis Club. Following are the draw and teams (or matches on saturday next. June IS; Al v Picton, ingleburn v A2 (no altera tion in teams); A Reserve 1 a bye; Glen field v A Reserve 2 (ladles, Mrs. Brumby and Mrs. Roberts); Hillview v B team (no alteration); B Reserve v Hillview (ladies, Mrs. G. Thompson and Miss L. Green). Following is th* draw for ladies' mid week competition matches on Wednes day next, June 23:-Ingleburn v Liver pool 1, Liverpool 2 v Eaglemont (no al teration in teams). In the ladles' mid-week matches last week, Liverpool 2 defeated Rhine Erin by 28 games, whilst the No. 1 team had the bye. Rain again Interfered with quite a number of matches in the competition on Saturday afternoon last, most of tne Campbelltown courts being out of action altogether; whilst all matches in Liver pool and Camden were uncompletea, owing to further rain setting in after 4 o'clock. The Al team were level on games with Camden when play ceased after the ladies' doubles; the A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY. REE DELIVERY JOIN OUR 'XMAS CLUB NOW! PARSON'S OATS, TEN DAYS' SPECIALS: 6d 21b pkt. ALLOWR1E CHEESE, 7id per pkt. APRICOT JAM, 8d tin Ige. SKIM CONDENSED MILK 5Sd per tin TABLE SAL MO N 6d Ige. tin AUNT MARY'S TOMATO SAUCE 6id per bot. j TERMINUS STREET TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL ^7 6. LIVERPOOL.

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FARE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

FARE DAYS. H°rrl-: My wife has a calendar of menis for the year. Jones: Yes, I've seîn them-they are extremely useful. Save a woman the trouble of thinking what to CMk every day. ? Harris: Ah ! And a man can lock Pheid and pick out what days to dine in town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

- TRY - SIMPSON'S, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, LIVERPOOL, For Smallgoods, Cakes, Hot Meals^etç. L. G. SCOn, B.A., LLB., SOLICITOR AND CONVEYANCER, MOXHAM CHAMBERS, 147A CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA. 'PHONE UW6722. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet ings, social gatherings, sporting I events, weddings, accidents, etc., I will be gratefully accepted. Per sonal paragraphs must be signed I by responsible persons. Write in ink, on one side of the paper (names in capital letters), and be brief and accurate. Be careful to verify all facts, so that the paper will not suffer owing to inaccuracies, and others perhaps ?fee'put to inconvenienced r If you like "The News," recom mend it to your friends. Suilcrf Iv Chcatrc Liverpool Saturday Matinee at 2; Night at 7.30. Moni«y at 7.45, Wednesday 8 p.m., Thursday 8 p.m. Bing liverpool 8 for tReservallons. SATURDAY (Matinee & Night) and MONDAY- JUNE 19 & 21 Heath Val cy! Murder and Romince meet thrlllpgly . , , and a naive d&am...

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GREEN VALLEY EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

GREENVALLEY EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. . A well-attended euchre party and dance took place at Green Valley Pro. Bress Hall on June 12. The Rhythmic Troubadours supplied the music. Mrs. Bernisard and Mrs. Keys gained UIP prizes for ladles; and Mr. Aldred ana Mr. Wilson gained, the gent.'s. Mrs. Reardon, of John-st., Cabramatta, won a pair of blankets; Mr. A. McMullen and Miss Rayner, a Monte Carlo; and Mr. Marny the lucky door. GOSPEL SERVICE". The Gospel Service held on June 13 was well attended. Mr. Diehm gave the address. Mr. H. Wearne will be the preacher next Sunday.

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THE TOLL OF THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

THE TOLL OF THE ROAD. (By C. N. Neale, Deputy Com liri ?sioner for Road Transport.) In Kew snuth Wa'es in 1930. 5ÍMI per SWK were killed in motor vehicln «eel dert'. and 6894 persons wsre tujured. Eldhty-three per cent, of the acct ¿en's are dur. ti human íillure-fatlün on Ore part c-f t*ie vehicle driver or ride or the pedectrian to exercise reasonabli care, courtssy and commonsense. Accidents a-e no ICJU -clor of rn rson or plues; they involve b?ys and girls men and women; those who rave theil lives stretching before them, those wh< could look back over years of work wei: done.. Accidents happen in the cities suburbs, country tow.is on country r'Hid' and in alt places where there ls traffic. Ther.» are regulations that lay dswn What is required cf vehicle" drivers and riders and pedestrians to ensure safetj on the roads. I do not praise, ti refer to them in detail. In their essence they ask no more of any mai uier'tlun ls .equlred by the dictates of reasonable care and ...

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Evening Classes for Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

Evening Classes for Girls. On . Mondays, Tuesdays and Thurs days, at 7.25 to $.26 p.m., classes are being held at thft Evening Domestic Scho:l, Auburn, Viéar the Town Hall. Gliljs and warnen of the district arc urge! v> enrol and enjay the-benefit <f expert tuition. The fee ls only 6d per j week, and fees will bs refunde! In Octo- ! te.- to all who hive attended regularly. I Unemplo;'ei free.. .Tree rall fares to all; initier 21 years, half fares tp all over 21 years pr married. The cookery dais s cover all. branches of th-» subject. ! Coaching for nurses' educational exams. { s a special feature of the school. Early enrolment here ls essential. Physical culture and hygiene as a imans to health i and beauty are conducted in two large rooms, and c'a'".ce steps with fJlk danc ing a*e Included. Interview Mis? Çrouïh at the school any evening mentioned; 'phorv? UW8332. i or writ: to Miss Crouch at High Cchool. Farra otatia.

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JUST LIKE A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

JUST LIKE A BOY. A teacher was rumens over a number of. common p."1 rases to make suns that ht» gup Us understood their meaning. - 'Now,' ' hi said, "what do y eu unter stand when a man rays he has been v,orkin? like a nigger all day?' 'Fleas?, sir.' replied a smalt b-yV 'he was so b'isy that he hadn't even time o wash his face.' An inventor has produced an anti. larc contraption to b? fixed over the eyes of mot?rists at night. He is con fident of its per.ectioh. as it has already te'n tried o-.t at bridge parties with complete success. ? t ' Hematíe I gtóer^típenf to be off Á cave, t ere is no need f?r him to bs ¿ut up about lt.-Press cutting. (He tan eafe'y leave that to the areens.>

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The Prefix "Rev." "ONLY A LAUDATORY EPITHET." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

The Prefix "Rev." "ONLY A LAUDATORY EPITHET," Says Clerk of Presbyterian Assembly. Interesting comment on the ire of the prefix "Rsv." was made at a sitting of (he Queensland Presbyteran Assembly by Rev.. A. M. MacKillop, Clerk of thc Assembly. He is an authority cn Pres byterian laws and usages, and said the highest court in Britar.i had ruled that the word "reve-.end" prefixed to anyone's name was not really a title, but was merely a laudatory epithet, which might be used by anybody, that there was no proprietary right to it, end that anyone might call himself "professor." 'If, however, ycu call yourself doctor,' said >Mr. MacKi'.lcp, rumcrously, 'you may wnd. that it will have rafter un pleasant consequences,' Hi? added that the decision of the British judicature aro-e cut of a case heard abcut the year 1«72, in which an Anglican der'--ian sought to restrain a Methodist minister from using th? titi,* "reverend." The title frad never, been used by tin Church ci Soo'Hnd ia its r...

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LOAN-GRANT WORK DEPUTATION BEFORE LIVERPOOL COUNCIL. OPPOSITION TO THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

LOAM-GRANT WORK DEPUTATION BEFORE LIVERPOOL COUNCIL. N TO "THE SCHEME. SIT»: The DeparÄient of Labor and Indus try wrote Livfcrpoal Council asking the definite date oY-^omrnencement 01 the loan-grant works. ^ A deputation frdVhv Moorebank-Chip ping Norton Progress V Association was present at Tuesday nlgHTs meeting, for the purpose of submiiUrV their view-s concerning the loan-grant sfcieme and to present a petition 'of protest! The depu tation was Introduced by Mr. Pritchard. Members of Liverpool ma Moorebank A.L.P. branches were also piesent. The Mayor pointed out t/at the loan proposal was - advertised iii accordance with the Local Government ordinances, and the eiiplry date was on June 5. Aid. .Fabris said that under those cir cumstances the deputation would be use less. The Mayor informed ; AW. Childs that tile plans only remained to bs passed by the department. The 10 per cent, bonus of £500 and engineer's salary amounttd to £750, and the £500 would have' to be refunded if the...

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LIVERPOOL COUNCIL. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

LIVERPOOL COUNCIL. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. Aid. J. F. de Meyrick (Mayor), with Aid. Nicholls (deputy), Fabris, Ash croft, Hunt, Pratt, HaworU), Haerse, Ing ham, Green, Childs and Lewis, were present at Tuesday night's council meet ing. Hammondville Settlers' Association wrote asking for attention to watertabies at the settlement.-The matter was re ferred to the engineer. The Local Government Department foi warded the Governor's approval to the tiooo loan.-Received. Tlie Department of Labor and Indus try wrote advising that request for allo cation for roads (from money paid by the Federal Government lor portion of Moore Park, Sydney) had been referred to the Premier's Department.-Received. The Department of Lands advised that the matter of sale of land, Goulburn streel, has been referred to the metro politan district surveyor for report; and the question of road closure, casula, to the field officer, for inspection and re port.-Received. The Water and Sewerage Board for. wardeâ plan...

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MAN IN THE MOON WRITES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

MAN IN TUE MOON MOTS: Your inventors of Earth to.I far into th» night because they sense inderlying perfection and believe Uley ¿an bring it into manifestation. I hear many of your natural scientists conceding a directive power. You have discovered your North Pole and your South Pole. You have passed over your highest mountains and plumb ed the depths cf your seas. You have released iron, aluminiu m and copper from their ores. You have constructed machineü and devices that work for you, transport you or give you comfort. You speak in voices heard around your globe. you are building a telescope that will extend your vision 1,000,000,000,00 light years into spp.ee. The whole world leaps forward under the triumphant banner, "Nothing is im possible." ' Inventions minimize the handicaps of time and space. Hours of labour, grow shorter and cult ural opportunities increase. Living standards improve until the workman is enjoying conditions beyond the highest hopes of yesteryear. Schools, co...

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BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

BUILDING SOCIETY. Applications for shares in the Co-op erative Building Society are coming ia freely, and the prospects are bright for the growth of a useful co-operative body In the district. In our report of tile formation of the Liverpool Building Society last week, the name of Mr. H. C. L Sampson was omitted from the list of directors.

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THE TURF. ROSEHILL, SATURDAY. HURDLE RACE, 1½m. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

THE TURF. (By "LONGBHOT") ROSEHILL, SATURDAY. HURDLE RACE. Um. Kerry Bay as a Randwick winner must ?be given a good chance of another- win. Seems to be improving as a jumper. Crunatus ls speedy on the flat, and that will stand him in good stead on this course. Side Car is back at his favorite track. We saw him finishing on nicely at the end of last Saturday's hurdle. On that run one would not be inclined to back him in this; but we think he will prove too good for the opposition. He Improves rapidly after a few races. Australian Bee is old, but can show some of the younger 0nes how to galiop. As a recent winner over the jumps, musi be a chance. Treculllo won from Bowthorne last Saturday at Canterbury; We thought he would pay to follow in such company, and think he will again run well. Rcwthome and Sliver Coat are others with prospects of winning. TH REE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 7f. Trinco won at her last start. Was always handy to the front, and that type of horse is usually a good sort t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

WINTER WINDS "Dry Out" Natural Skin Oils and leave your skia Dry and Parched. Cosmeticians have developed Tissue and Nourishing Creams which re place these natural skin oils and keep your skin soft and supple. There are two preparations which we strongly recommend. Muriel Astor Honey and Almond Cream, large bottle, 2/ Palmolive Cream Lotion, price 1/ Shaw's Pharmacy DISPENSING CHEMISTS, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone: Liv. 39. OVERCOAT To-day Tlie coats assembled here are made from materials of long wearing qualities correctly and comfortably cut, allowing perfect freedom of movement. They have smart linings, capa cious pockets, artistic buttons and other attractive features. The coat you want is here at the price you have in mind. From 35/- or 1/9weekly TERMS arranged the Bradley Way "Wear while You Pay." LEATHER COATS made from only Selected Hides7 84/ or 4/3 weekly. LEATHER LUMBER JACKETS - S9/6 or 3/- weekly. Harold T. Bradley LADIES'& CENT.'S TAILOR & CLOT...

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Cheap Walls for Poultry Houses. Use of Cement-Treated Sacks. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

{Cheap Wafts for Poultry Houses. Use nf Cement-Treated Sacks. Reference was mide in recent notes hy tl-.e Poult-y Expert cf the Depart ment of Agriculture to tests Initiated two y.ws ago at th? Government Poul t y Farm, Seven Hills, to ascertain the j curxbility of sacks treated wit'.i a'cement j «ash fer (he walls of poultry houses. , The walls of o colony hou^e 12 feet 1-ng, 6 ieet wide, 6 f,«et high in front and 5 feet at the back were covered with ordinary* wheat sacks stretched rea sm-îbly tight and a cemeijt wash made to tfch consistency or ordinary piint was brushed on to tlw sacks, both inside and oufs'de, after thoroughly wetting the saiks. This was al'owed to dry and walls were again wetted and another coat <f ceme-t applied. This completed the tieitment, end the walls then had th» arpearance of thin ilwets of fibro ciment. After two y'ars it was found that the FA-VS were beginning to rot around the b t cm cf the house, probably due to waler rdjfig behind the co...

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The Silver Screen. FROM 20TH CENTURY-FOX FILM CORP. (A'SIA) LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

Ttic Silver Screen, FWOM «ora CENTURY-VOX vim CORI». <A'SIA) Í/TP. Simone Simon, sisr of thJputh Cent. ury-Fox talkie version of the.Tamous si lent nim "Seventh Heaven," has founa a way to get rid of pestiferous real es tate agïiits. Whenever une eilis to see her Simone says "I will give you half the price you ask provided you repaint the house and put in a swimnitig pool at the back." Tnat -usually r ikes them reach for their hat and ui,#he young woman good day. rW Loretta Young bElives ,3f is about ready for a master's degrç, M\ European history, cast repeatedly i Atones with a foreign setting, she ha feen required to delve into research 01 Änost of the "SEVENTH HEAVEN" NOW A TALKIE Simone Simon, as Diane and James Stewart as Chico make a wonderful team in 20th Century-Fox's inspiring sound version of the immortal film "Seventh Heaven." Is is ten years since the beauti ful story was filmed with Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell. Supporting cast in cludes many well-knowns...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

FOR WEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR ' & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire Station), LIVERPOOL. BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You the Quality as well at Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. few"- - , 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-listen in. WE WILL " DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. P. E. Le M A S U R I E R, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 28S. R. and P. WY CH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. ' 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FVYVOR CF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED MADE UNDER HYGIENIC ...

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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937

THEY SAY (By "Ace.") That 'Com,-! on Steve' broke the Camp belltown record cn Saturday last, when . e cid the rip la sixteen minutes, tak ing the boys up to a water polo match on Eagleaunt c>urt. * * . That Bill, Max and Gordan gat 'thc wind up' completely w'^en the mob of cat le appeared on the read; but Steve neve." tur..ei a hair, and Ju»', kept hi's '.bil .well down on tfie ga". Steve says .lerry B' will hive to 'barn the wind' to break, sixteen minutes. . . . That Bcbby B.'s club-mates at Y Hurry wire serenaaing him ever the w:ek-enJ with tnat popular song, "Wedding Bells are Breaking up that Good Old Team of Oms," es Bobby ls .ak.vig on a mixed doubles partner for lUe, on Saturday next). Cong.atulations, Bob; and may all your mixed doubles seti be "love" enes. . . » That Cec and Ray nearly did the hat trl:k for their third "monocle" when ihey were down f Jur-love in the Camden thatch; -bit they rallied and notched um eames, thus avoiding «a unwanted rtVOTd;'-, -Névpf ..mind...

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