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BRIDGE AND CARD EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

BKIDOE AND CARD EVENING. The Parents and Friends' Association, of the Queens' Collage, Liverpool, held a very successful bridge and card evening at the college on Tuesday evening, April 20. The president of the association, Mrs. J. Pirie, presented the trophies to the bridge winners. Miss M. Bain and Mr. Hindmarsh. Among the players were: Mesdames Gilchrist, T. Murray, C. Potts, A. Amie6, J. Fitzpatrick, R. Heney, E. Ayres, L. Sampson, H. Ayres, Quin», H. Rae, Matron McIntosh, Sist , ers Benson and Hartley; the Misses J. Murray, A. Rae, G. Cole, M. Pirie; and Messrs. R. Chitty, Hindmarsh, C. Doug las, D. Murray, W. Kershlcr, R. Cole and H. Hunt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

AN INVITATION Shoppers Buy Where They Are Invited. An advertisement in "The News" will carry your invitation right into the homes of the town and district. Ask the people to come and see what you have to offer-encourage local trad ing: support your local paper and help in I its efforts to boost Liverpool as a shop * ping centre and residential area. Co operation will work wonders

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MULGOA. ST. MARK'S DAY and ANZAC DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

MULGOA ST. MARK'S DAY and \ On Sunday. 25th inst., /here will be commemoration of the/ fallen in St. Thomas' Church, Mulgflfa> at ll a«i., at St. John's Church, Bjfdgery's Creek, at 3 p.m. and St. Jamfe1, Luddenham, at 7.30 p.m. At the laçt-mentioned Church there will also be / harvest festival ser vice. / The annuab meeting for Badgerys Creek and Luddenham Churches will take place at tb£ conclusion of the services. The anujîai meeting at Mulgoa will be he'd op.' Tuesday. 27th inst., at the Rsct ory.Mt p.m. All adult parrlchloners are BíjJÍFd to attend these services and meet ^äigs. _ services cf solemn

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

BASEBALL. (By "HOME RUN.") With the starting of the competition i very near, all the players of the Llver [ pool Baseball Club are throning them selves Into extensive practice to form a combination that they think -will not be ; beaten throughout the season. There be ing no game on over the week-end, au j the players turned up on Saturday for a practice match, and much to my sur pris:, they had improved 100 per cent, on last Sunday's game and were throw ing the ball about with lightning-like speed; and talk about hit I Once these boys get going It's worth walking miles to see. I am looking forward to the starting of the competition with bright prospects, for I think that Liverpool has a team which will bc heard of in a lot higher grade than they are playing now. I can sincerely say there ls not a cleaner or more sportsmanlike game played in Australia. i

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OUR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

OUR POST OFFICE. One of the most urgent needs ol Liv erpool is a new post-office. There is no need to point cut why-the postal de partment, as well as the local people, ?must be fully aware of the Inadequacy of the present building. »\ldermen will no doubt have read of the recent success of a parliamentary rep rescntatlve. Mr. G. C. Gollan, M.L.A., in securing foi Guildford (which ls, like Liverpool, outside his constituency) the widening of the level crossing, a matter agitated for in vain for many years. Nor ls this Mr. Gollan's first outstanding suc cess where others failed. Woujd it be out of i)lace for Council to enlist Mr Gollan's services in regard to the post office ?

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FISHING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

FISHING NOTES. With thc clearing up of the river since the fresh came in. the fish are beginning to ? bite again. Fair-sized bream and blackhead have been caught during the week, and prospects look good for the next week-end. Recently one party caught three or four 6tnall sharks, about three feet long, on a set line in the Rocky Reach vicinity, and another party caught five fiddler sharks ta Botany Bay-and that was all the fish they did catch. They were told at Botany that the fish were biting well up towards the oyster beds near Logarno. There ls again plenty of mullet in the river, and bait prawns are not very difficult to get. At the rear ot Warwick Farm fair catches cf bream should be had with fresh prawns, but' these are very scarce in that vicinity. Sandy Point and Rocky Reach would appear to be a good spot at present, as there are always fish there if fibout at all, arid along the mud-weed banks prawns should be had. Quite a number of parties are being arranged for this week-...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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MYSTIFYING SMELL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

MYSTIFYING SMELL. A certain weekly publUation from the city until recently had a distinct smell, riot altogether pleasant, about it. A shop keeper in a "suburb" of liverpool took one home and placed lt in the shop,, and ?thereafter the peculiar odor had him puzzled. Customers, too, could be Seen examining their boots end heard snUfitJig - the air. in a mystified manner. Eventu ally the fhopkeeper "tumbled," and moved the offending paper elsewhere. The odor peculiar to this narticular pub lication has new been eradicated-flt evi dently arose from the type of Ink . or paper used. ,

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

t CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES ! "Doctrine of Atonement" was the sub ject in ail Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text was: "John seeth JCFUS coming unto him. and saith, Be hold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world." John 1:29. The following passage from the Christ-.*' lan Science textbook, "Science jico Helath with Key to the Scriptures;;* by Mary Baker Sddy, was alsq-fneluded: "We acknowledge Jesus! atonement as tho evidence of divine, efficacious Love, unfolding r;ans unity with God througu Christ Jesus the Way-shower; and we acknowledge that man is saved through Christ, through Truth, Life and Love, as demonstrated by the Galilean Prophet In healing the rick and overcoming sin and death." P.497.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

JTE), AGENT, RPOOL. A7. /EN j-^^Mj~!^Bck ,Sales, Trucking action In.-jrmation. jVUA»,5airy Callie may be sold through Liverpool Saleyards. Ashcroft & Sons, ptgitd. "QUALITY CORNER," LMÊRPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS CET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST ! ASHCROFT AND SONS STOCK ALL /HOSE MEATS SUCH AS STAND ANY PURITY /EST! ,>'' HERE ARE THOE STOCKS G OC D/JUDGES SAY ? ' CAN EASILY EXCEL THE RES/! REALLY TILE PRIMEST ífriD CHOICEST ONLY ENTER THE ASHCROFT STOCKS. (FRESH MEAT3 THAT ARE \ TEÙTOER AND JUICY THEY SERVE FROM THEVASTHCROFT BLOCKS ! , 'TIS ALWAYS THIS POPULAR MEAT MART SUPPLIES YOU THE PRIMEST CF MEAT! So, w^icn ASHCROFT. AND SONS are. YOUR BUTCHERS YOU GET MEATS YOU CAN REALLY EAT. G. N. SUT THE LIVERPOOL HIGH-CLASS CAKES, PASTR« AND /LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. CHOICE CONFECTIONER!. / SOFT DRINKS. CATERING DONE oil SHORTEST NOTICE. By Its Flavor --lt Finds Favor. MACQUARIE STREET, ¿LIVERPOOL. J. CASTEY, 167 Macquarie Street, Li For FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES, TOBACCO, OLIVE OIL, SP...

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UNDER THE INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

UNDER THE INFLUENCE, ] John Richard Johnson, 30, was charg ' cd at Liverpool Police Court on Monday with having driven a motor par in Scott- ( street. Liverpool, on April 12. while un der the influence of intoxicating liquor. He pleaded n"' guilty and was granted a remand to May 3.

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CATHOLIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

CATHOLIC CLUB. On Tuesday. 12th inst., the Liverpool ret oUc Social and Debating club herd its cistmary meeting In the Scouts' Hf>lt. The syllabus item was "Industry Night." at which swakers were a Iced to explain the workings of different in dustries. The programme proved ln tei;ect;ai as well as interesting, es tea speakers very clearly outlined the work ings < f<e<i different industries. The. - evening was concluded with a short - tocia!.

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. HOURS : MoYicay to Thursday library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: 10 ajn. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Billiards and Card Room: Monday to Friday, 2 to 6, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex change on books, 3d.

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Hammond Homes BENEFIT TO COMMUNITY, RECORD OF SOCIAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

Hammond Homes BENEFIT TO COMMUNITY, RECORD OF SOCIAL SERVICE. . "Canon Hammond has become an in stitution," said the Minister of Justice <Mr. Martin) ct tf:e Chapter House, Pydney, on Wednesday, when moving 'the adoption of the annual report oi Hammond's social services. "Without ?. him -we woud have a very great gîp in . our social services. Some people may say that the Rmcunt which the Govern ?menl contribuios to the i octal services bp Jranducte (£4767 last year) is large, but 5 lt was all in the form of dole payments, ,'aod t wonder that he was able to do co much with it. j ',. Guion Hammond ssid t^at Hammond's | '.Social services had fin'shed their last, ? jfar under Act cf Parliament. The Go : vernment had sincerely and earnestly ' .attempted to prevent the wasting of .funds for charity, bi t he cou'd not help Î feeling that, with the operation of the , Act. th? spontaneity cf the Good Eama . ritan r«d given way to the cold caleula ilion cf the auditor. The repcrt s...

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WHAT IS WRONG? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

ÎWHAf IS WRÖNdl A tetter by "On WftUli" appear* elie.« whuv in thu issue. Since forwarding! Uilg to the Hdltor, he hoe »ead r replyf by "Off Walch," which caused Wm toi break forth afresh, und here ts his latest I effusion: 1 "Slr-"Off Watch" seems to be «ult« a new man to the town, for he only ment ioned two of the new buildings-¡the Ho tel Liverpool and an estate agency. Sure ly Nixon's building, comprising six shops, and Scrivener's five shops, on one slide, and quite a number on the other side. - erected during the last few years, and seven in Scott-street, are worth ment ioning < Certainly I know the regulation sleej of pans: Moorebanks Progress Associai^ ion* brought this matter up at <^°Jttj£j meeting, and numberless other AffiatUts ] mostly impossible. I wonder Mg ocfln- 1 eil gives them so much tia>e> jt wcEild be better for Moorebank t<Wet their rep resentatives in the <Xanáf¡ ^ Dress tiheir claims, and allow CcurijJ more t...

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BEGGING ALMS. TWO MEN GET "A MONTH." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

BEGGING ALMS. TWO MEN GET "A MONTH." At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, Charles salter, 53, and Edward Cody, . 64, were charged with having placed themselves, in a position to beg alms In Railway-street, Liverpool, on April 14. They pleaded, not guilty. Constable Cantwell said defendants accosted a man, who pushed past them ! .and walked on. Then Cody waited uo - to jwitnes and said, "Give us a zack, will '<? ww?" and fcalter said, "We want a zack" to iget a feed." Both appeared to be un- ' der the Influence of intoxicating liquor .and smelt'strongly of methylated spirits. Witness denied that thc men asked him > If he could tell them woore to get a .couple bf hours' work to earn their fares to Sydney., Salter gave evidence that he merely asked the constable where he could get -, work, and he replied, "Yes; come along . and ni get you a couple cf hours' work." It was untrue .that he had stopped an other man Just previously. He admitted previous convictions for begging...

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BLACKSMITHS FINED. Working Saturday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

! BLACKSMITHS FINED. Working Saturday Morning. ! Charles F. W. Fehlberg, of Liverpool, I and Williams Bradford, were proceeded against at Liverpool Court, on Monday, '.. fer not closing, their shops at the pte~ scribed hour. Fchlberg, a blacksmith, was working , on Saturday morning, February 0. He said he did not know blacksmith's shops, had to close on Saturdays. He was fined 15/, cost 7/, expenses 8/. Bradford, also a blacksmith, of Pair field, was shoeing a horse on Saturday, February 6. He also was unaware ot the Amended Act. A similar fine (IS/). %afi imposed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

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. l)lilDllljllllU| with I TIMBER i If you specify that the Timber^íe supplied by ti«, you will be sure of the/best, Ban will show real savings. We supply Timbe| in an^^uantity for every [?J purpose. . = - ALEX CRIMSON, Prop. .£ 1 LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS I j^j C«or«« St., LIVERPOOL. 'Phon* Liv. 234. P.O. Bos No. C. RS DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED! Make Sure Your BOOT REPAIRS are Good Repairs, by taking them^to S. WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL IF IT'S ELECTRICAL^/SEE N. W. PRATT, Licensed Elfc trical^t^ontractor, LIVERPOOL »TEL LIVERPOOL). Macquarie Street (THREE POORS PR ALL CLASSES OF ELECTRICAL WORK CARRIED OUT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES & ACCESSORIES ALWAYS IN STOCK. FAMILY HOTEL, ORDERS Ask for AL. MIA R S^TE N Fix You Right. Telephone^ Liverpool 264. S. C. W ATMAN, Registere...

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BIGGE PARK CLUBHOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

BIGGE PARK CLUBHOUSES. Plans and specifications for the bowl ing and tennis : clubhouses to bs erected in Bigge Park were before Liverpool Council on Tuesday night. The tennis house is proposed for the southern side/ and the bowling house for the northern side. Tenders are now to be called.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

PATTEN'S* uvtrpMrs Group TOKCt J GBOTP TOKËKS FEDERAL Matches GREEN PEAS 2 pkt** lor Sid. BAKED BEANS 3 tins for 7£d. ,UM JAM 6¿d. - HOÏCÈST' MONEY" 2 lb. tins for 10¿d. KREAM Cornflour 1 lb. pkt. 6R AMAZING VALUES OFFERED IN GROUP TOKEN REWARDS. SEE DISPLAY OF REWARDS IN OUR WINDOWS. Gold Crown Floor Stains, <&¿cL CAMP PIE. . 8 oz, tin* 4|d. KI wi RECIAL 2 Tins Polish, 1 W^ite Cleaner, 10|d. Mustard PICKLES Large bots. 6¿d. COFFEE ESSENCE Large bots 10£d. CORNED BEEF 12 oz. tins 6|d. PATTEN'S Ltd _. ' J' NEAR PICTURE THEATRE, SCOTT ST., LIVERPOOL.

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