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FASHION HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
FASMll^riilNTS. One of lite cleverest beach outnU of the season I wa* - glimpsed recently on Frances Laflgfvrd. Metro-Ooidwyn-Mayer singing plaKr. The suit, created from white Turkish towelling, consisted of a pair of shirt rompers and a skirt that could be converted at a moment's nolie? into a shoulder cape. Trimmir.g con sisted of »righi» sail-boats, appliqued on t.'.e fuzzy ¿surface In red, white and blue oilcloth. I . m . * * The flnAwlth a new spring bonnet is Jean CiawMfd, M-;Q-M s ar. she chose a clever sMpr model of natural chip ßtraw. ThÄbrim is narrow, the crown shallow, ants band of giosgrain ribbon encircles theVprown and falls In shnrt, rhoulder-lengtM streamers. A pert nose, gay cf spring ^flowers ornaments the centre ,fr;nt. \^ Fo.- formal wear/Jeanette MacDonald, M-O-M actress, has choVn a gown fash, lo.ied in its entirety froift» cry.^al bugle beads. The gown, designed by Adrian, hes a short tunic; rounding at the front and edged In bead bandinb. The only touch of c...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
FUNERAL. Mr. Peter Miller. The funeral of the late Mr. Peter Miller, of Denham Court, was carried out in an impressive manner on Thurs- day last. The bell of the historic old Church of England at Denham Court was tolled. Mr. Miller and family have been de- vout workers in connection with the church's activities in the Ingleburn and surrounding districts. Mr. Miller came to Prestons in 1888. He leaves five sons and two daughters, his wife having predeceased him by 17 years.
STUNNING! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
STUNNING ! Young man (to his tailor) : I want you to show tr/i the mest stunning thing you have in the place. Tailor (with alacrity); AU right., slr. 'Fr-d. es'c the bookkeeper for Mr. Swal lowtails bill.' Cid Lady ito famcus archae-l'g'st): And these cities you-er-exhume; can Vrèj--bc used agata ?
Horse Falls Into Well. Shot to End Suffering. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
Horse Falls Into Well. Shot to. End Suffering. Death carne as a merciful release to a draught horse that had fallen through a galvanised iron covering, into a 26-ft. well near Liverpool. The animal was firmly wedged in tne shaft, its head Just above the icy-cold water. There it remained'all night, and was: found on Thursday morning by its owner. Mr. C. Wiesman, of Hillview Estate. ' Although some of the best horsemen in the district worked for more than six hours, all attempts at rescue proved futile. Eventually a neighbour put lt out of its misery with the aid of a shotgun. Attempts were then made to move the ; carcass: but the body was so firmly wedged that it was ultimately decided to fill the well in and bury lt. A woman who came to purchase the I horse for £12 arrived a few minutes after, it was destroyed. Trie owner is ¡ particularly unluaky. Lest week his greyhound bitch, which was mothering nine young pups, was poisoned.
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 17 June 1937
ABOUT PEOPLE. Master M, Wallon, af Liverpool, frac tured an arm while playing football on Woodward Park on sunday. He was ! treated at Liverpool District Hospital. Miss A. Channon, of Castlercagn-st., is recovering from a severe attack of nerv ous dyspepsia. We think the dark-hair ed visitor is responsible for thc improve, ment. . r . . - Mr. W. J. Wilson, of Macquarle-strcet, has recovered slightly from his Illness. Mr. Ken. Pantlin, of Moorebank: hat gone on a six months' vacation to Mel bourne. His friends hope that he will not be lonely, as there are . plenty of blondes there. . . . Miss Kath O'Neill has withdrawn from the'"Miss A.L.P." competition owing to bereavement in the family. Her commit tee is gratefuly to all those who nae kindly given assistance. . » * The engagement ls announced of Hazel, daughter of Mr. H. J. O'Brien and the late Mrs. O'Brien, of Liverpool, to Harry, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Marsden, of Liverpool. . . » . Miss Bridget Kelly, of Appin, ls an i...
Presentation Evening. Popular Prestons Couple. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Presentation Evening. Popular Prestons Couple. ¡ A very pleasant function took place in the Prestons Hall last Wednesday night, when the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chard were present to bid farewell to the couple prior to their departure from the district. The Younger Set of Prestons organised the event, which was attend ed by 50 persons. Mr. J. J. O'Neill, in presenting Mr. and Mrs. Chard with a beautiful bedroom clock, eulogised their efforts towards the advancement of Prestons and the good will and esteem in which they were held. He was supported by Mr. W. Morris ana Mr. L. Lupins. Mr. Chard feelingly re sponded. ! A surprise was sprung later in the ' evening when Mr. Morris proposed the health of Mr. J. O'Neill on the occasion ol' his birthday. In congratulating Mr. i O'Neill, he coupled the name cf Mrs. O'Neill in the good work done by them for the district. Mr. O'Neill suitably re sponded. Items were given during the evening by Messrs. Enid Oakley, Marie Williams and Carmel O'Nei...
Governor Visits Hammondville. TEEE PLANTING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Governor Visits Hammondville. TEEE PLANTING CEREMONY. The Governor and Lady Wakehurst visited the Hammondville settlement at Liverpool oft "tuesday The distinguished vlsi ors, who seamed to be touched «.td impressed, were wel comed by canon Hammond and the resi c'ents. including a vociferous assemblage of children, in the community hall. His excellency said he was most del ghted ti team that the ceremony cf saluting UM flag and singing the National Aa hem was observes ' tn the local schcol, and that in this way loyalty to the King was beng orVînly avid voluntarily demonstrat ed. f Lord and La^y Wakehurst consented with alacrity to Canon Hammend'.; invi tation to plant trees to p.ovide an endur ing tremento of their visit. Each han dled the .spade like an expert, dispute the I muddy sell, and - started a young 'Xmas tree oh its career ; Afterwards, they greeted the settle ir,"en '£ prize baby, John McKinnon, whbse proud mother expressed her joy in the broadest of motherly smiles, i ....
HOCKEY. LIVERPOOL v MASONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
HOCKEY. (By .'(STICKS.") LIVERPOOL' v MABONIANS. This match took place on Saturday ai Jubilee Oval and resulted In a win for Masonlans by 4 to 1. The ground was in a shocking condition through the rain and was not fit for hockey; but ! hockey fixtures must be kent. Liver*- ] pool's goal was' scored by Atkins. i The next match will be playea ai ( Liverpool. The team is as follows: Driscoll. Clarke, Baker, Atkins. Har. men. Ward, Keato, McEvoy, Randell,1 Theme and Jones. I
MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. Mr. Jack Kemlster, oí Minto, well known for his work with the Liverpool Ambulance station, ls now recovered from his accident, witch occurred a short while ago. Mr. Kemlster was driving on his motor bike, two miles past the cross Roads Hotel, returning from Ambulance duty at Campbelltown to the Ambulance depot at "liverpool, when a car in try ing to pass another car, cradled into Mr. Kemtster. He suffered ircm leg in juries, and was absent from work for over a. fortnight, but ls now back again at his post. The small laughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Trevena, of East Minto, was taken tc Camden hes,'!al last Thursday, fuffer ing from diphtheria. MINTO BOY' CLUB. Despite tJSe reavy rain, the Minto Boys' dub dance, held last Saturday night, was greatly enjoyed,' and there was a very fair attendance, considering the bad weather. Visitors were present from In gleburn and Raby: During the evening a clever lap dancing exh bition was given by Miss Marjorie Barrett. Mesdames M...
ST. LUKE'S BA[?]LL. TENTH ANNUAL LIVERPOOL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
TENTO ANNUAL LIVEBP FUNCTION. Although the attendance niigjKj&iave been considerably greater, (or ''RJigood of the very worthy cause, the tcBÖ} an nual ball of St. Luke's Church ?fHEng land, Liverpool, held in the To«» Hall on Tuesday night, was a l)rQ110UÄS»d so cial success. The gatliering njnprepre sentative cf the southern UiJEpond a number travelled from ni jip distant parts to be present. A reaU|Kppy social atmosphere prevailed, nrJH the conse quence was a thoroughly enjoyable even ing, f* Included In the feathering were the Mayor and Mayorans (Aid. J. F. and Mrs. i de Meyrick) andK number of the alder men. WI The functloip'was conducted with the j utmost smoothness, which was to be ex pected from tpe experienced and capable officers and cpmmltttee responsible. Rev. R. Harley-Jones was the president, Mrs. H. R. Ayres him. treasurer, and Mr. H. R. Ayres hon. secretary and M.C, It is to their credit that the organisation was so perfect. Splendid music was provided by the...
A.L.P. DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
A.L.P. DANCE. The bright spot In Liverpool las*. Sat urday night, when the rain was pouring down, was the A.L.P. dance held in Liv erpool Town Hall: it was attendee oj over 180 enthusiastic dancers. The music was provided by Geo. Lee's orches tra, and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick was the pcpular M.C. The novelty Monte Canu went to Miss O'Hearne and Mr. Rugless. The first heat ot the fox trot competi tion for the Werriwa Cup filled with silver colna was held. The next heat will be held on Julv 24 Bt Liverpool. During the evening the president of Liverpool A.L.P., MT. D. Morris, thanked those present for their wonderful support on such a wet night. The dainty supper was «erved bv the. ladies' committee, includ ing MB^mes Hayden, McEvoy. O'Keefe and ; OoQk.-.The energetic organiser wa*, of course, Mr. Jack O'Neill.
KISSES AND HORRORS TABOO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
KISSES AND HORRORS TABOO. A new and mere severe code for the censorship of foreign films has been for really adopted in Japan. The new code, besides protecting spe cial Japanese susoeptibUiiles, prohibits disrespect to royalty, the ridiculing of soldiers avid sailors and anything de picting the horrors of battlefields. Kissing Kcenrs. which have lon? been subject to shortening or deletion; are to be even more drastically deslt wíto than hitherto.-"North China'Herald."
Accused Acquitted. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Accused Acquitted. , Jamps Henry Smith, 23, laborer, at the. Parramxi.ta Quarter Sessions on M-nday, pleaded not guilty to a charge of having assaulted' John McDermott, at Liverpool, '.n' the)wight of May 29, and lobbed him of t3 in notes. McDermott, in evidence, said .that after playing cards at a bil llardsûron wit'.i accused, «hom he had fcnofoi ' for several years, they walked al?n'g Oeorge-s; reet, Liverpool, shoiUy be. fore ll o'clock. In a quiet and darkened spot accused, alleged wltaess, suddenly put hts foot out and tripped witness. H; fell, and while he wis on his hands and knfes, h; alleged, Smith extracted the money from his trousers pocket and ran away. Witness said he immediately re ported the mB, ter to thp pal.c?. He ad mitted that he had been drinking, and that both he and accused were under the influence of intoxicating'liquor. In a statement from the d"ck accused daiifid robbing McDermott. He said 'hat he left McDermott before he turned fc% George-street. On Tuesd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
RECONDITIONED and USED MOTOR CYCLES Motor Cycles of all makes to choose from at the same price you will pay in the City. 'We are District Agents for: Rudge, Norton, VeloleUe, Panther, Triumph, A.J.S., New Imperial, Indjjfr and Waratah Motor Cycles. SALES AND SERVI C, Benzine, Oils, Tyres and Tubes, and Accessories always in stock. Our Special Recommendation: Waratah/!935, 125ec, two stroke, electric, good tyres, mechanically sound, good ap pearance, £20; £5 deposit, balance very easy terms. New Imperial (Demonstrator), 3S0cc, o.h.y., appearance as new. 1936 model, 30 daW/ree service, £69/10/; £17 £7/10/ deposit, balancVeasy terms. Watson $ Kilfoyle HIGH STREET- LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool 210. SOOTHE THE RESTLESS INFANT! MURRAY'S TEETHING POWDERS Contain ingredients that / Bring Ease to Children suffering with Teething Troubles and Slight Stomach Disorders. Price i 1/3 ^e^fcacket, from A. T. ¡Hurray, MPS C 1TY-PRICE CHEMIST, Telephone: Liverpool 223. SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed ...
Mothers' Club Bazaar SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Mothers' Club Bazaar SUCC^SFW EXHIBITION'. The Liverpool Mothers' Club again organised a v«ry¡'sucwgsíul bazaar, wnich , was held at tbs,BclK^ol Arts on Fri. da.-, Jühe 18. fThe RSÄon, though no; s ach an outstanding ¿Vf% ¡s as tile ene I nsld iastyier, was newtheless quite gratifying :.o those concerned, the tak ings oslng I1Ï/16/1Î. iriie unsettled weather was no doubt lesrji/.isible f.r the ai.e.iuancc not teing larder. Mrs. KHUnger again s+~wed her keen interest In the ciao by officially tpening the bazaar, in hjîr usual kn:dly anj sincere manner. Little Iris Brown then presented lit*. KJllnyer with a da.n y bouquet of sweet peas, mlgonette, vio let and icm. Mr. To.ikin, headmaster of Liverpool School, Was present, and in his cheery nay made a speech in which he said a lc of nice things about the club. It is very heartening to the members ta know « hat they have th? interest ol these aisB.ngulshed visiters to the fair, aha the te-ieral public. The hitante' headmistresr., Miss Wi...
Liverpool P. and C. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Liverpool P. and C. Association. The monthly meeting of the above was held in Liverpool school cn 15th instant. In the a'osínce oí the president, Rev. R. Harley-Jones. Mr. H. L. Duckworth, sen. V.P., toÄ tr.-i chair. Thc meeting endorsed the action of öie headmaster, treasurer and secretary In purchasing two handsome framed chored pict ires of H.H. ttl« King, in full nava) uniform, oqp to be placed in the boys' school Bnd one In the Domestic Selene« School. The pictures were purchased from the Federal War Memoria'. Depart ment, Canberra. A let) *r iras received from the Depart, trent of Education, replying t? th3 ass)-1 elation, stating that th? mader of m. creased accommodation at thc fchool world be considered in UK light of funds available In the coming financial year. The treasurer's report shewed a credit balance. The rcadna- er. Mr. Tmkin, repfted that the school library wa« ta need of additional bocks, and he was authorised to select suitable volumes and buy thpm. It was reso...
The 'Spooner Scheme.' COMPARISON WITH RELIEF SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
The 'Spooner Scheme.' COMPARISON WITH RELIEF SCHEME . The following interesting comparison between the now defunct Emergency Be lief Scheme and the Spooner Scheme Was submitted to Nepean Shire by the engineer. Mr. J. McGowan. "Now that the Keiicf Grants have been discontinued, all future construction costs must be wholly .borne by the Coun cil, which, on present revenue, will put the cost of renewals outside the limits of our financts. Excluding the costs of maintenance ' of existing structures and culverts, I would consider it reasonable to assume that Council would have to replace at least one. bridge per year, which, without Government assistance would cost an average of £500 per annum. Under the scheme proposed by the De partmental officers it would appear that the Department officers a grant of at least 56 per cent, of the cost of works, with a guarantee of interest reduction on loans. Apparently Council could renew pratlc ally every bridge, and timber culvert within the Shire,...
PETTY SPURGE. FEEDING TESTS WITH POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
PETTY SPURGE. FEEDING TESTS WITH POULTRY. From time to time rep cris are made (hat U'.e plant known as pet y spurge (Euphorbia peplus) has b?en responsible f r (auslrig mortality amongst fowls and a6 this plant is extremely plentiful in the peultry-rals'ng areas of county Cum br'and, M well as elsewhere, it was tifought desirable to arrange far depsr - mentil feeding experiments to be car ried out. These testis were made at Glenfield, the Director of Veterinary Re search reporting upon them as follows: "The plant was fed to two White Leg norn cockerels, the method of feeding to chaff the plant, mix it with pollard into a mash, and offer lt to the birds af Her a period of starvation. The plant was in the flowering stage when fed, but it was not readily eaten. During a period of four days, one bird ate 150 grammes and another 130 grammes of plant, which amcunts were mixed with small amounts cf pollard. A good deal of reluctance to eat the plant was manifested, but no ill effects eithe...
HOUSE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
HOUSE PARTY. A very enjoyable evening was spent at j the residence of Mrs. Homer, Copeland strcet, Liverpool, on Thursday, June 17,1 In aid of the Church of England's ball1 funds. Mr. Terry Pitzpatrick conducted the games and dances; Mr. Pender supervised the cards; and Miss Joan Rees supplied the music. A very dainty sup per was served. The ?competitions were won by Mrs. Wearing; lucky'.parcels, Mr. Owen; lucky door, Mr. Davies; cake, Mrs. Piper; euchre prizes, Mrs. Prince and Mr. Popple, and Mrs. Ted Ashcroft and Mr. Lucas booby prizes. Mrs. Hamer thanked the guests for their attendance, and the evening came to a close at 11.30.