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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

with TIMBER If you specify^hat the Timber IWsupplied by SB US, you will be sure of the best, anoVwill show real - savings. We supply Timbe/ in anyytfuantity íor every [+1 purpose. j§ ALEX GRlfVWON, Prop. _ § LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS § gj Georg« St., LIVERPOOL. "Phon« Liv. 234. P.O. Bo« No. a. J^j niiiilH WE GIVE DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! ?CTODP Toiaws I Make sure your Boot Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS, by taking them to S.' WHEATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL MEMBER OF N.S.W. MASTER . BOOTMAKERS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. For All Your ELECTRICAL & RADIO REPAIRS, call N. W. PRATT, Licensed Electrical Contractor, Macquarie Street - ^ - - LIVERPOOL (THREE DOORS FROM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). MODEL 737. 6-volve All-Wave A.C. Receive* , 37 Guineas '¡th the new "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" .-valve all-wave receiver you can travel 'the world of broadcasting and be ture that, whichever programme you choose, come to you with a fuller repro duction of the original than ever before attained. Manu...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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JUVENILE L.O.L. BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

JUVENILE L.O.L. BIRTHDAY. L.O.L. Juvenile No. 3 Lodge celebrated its fifteenth birthday on June 17 in the Protestant Hall, Liverpool. The D.W.M. (Bro. A. Bull), the D.O. of No. 13 dis trict, Granville, the P.M. of Lodge 60 (Bro. Reeves), W.M. of Auburn Lodge, and juveniles from Auburn and sisters from Lodge 331, Liverpool, spent a very sociable evening. Supper was provided. The superintendents, Bro. A. -G. McDon ald, P.M., and Sis. A. C. McDonald, P.M., of Lodge 331, were in charge of the ar- i rangements.

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CORONATION GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

CORONATION GOLD. Coronation gold ls one of the most de-1 lightful of the new season's dress colors. Io cali it yell:w does it scant justice, as j it has .caitured the depih and glow of j toll without the -use of Uflsül. ' 1 When choosing make-up for this, shade avoid rouges which lean towards a bluish! cr mauvish tot.» Gai for either &éaH 'b:o-d' reds or else have a frankly orange 1 make-up. ] You'll look a blt vampish with the! latter, so If you have b'jtck hair, sweep lt back behind vour eur« and play your face up to looking dashing. For a 'straight' m/ike-up, brunet; es want a warm apricot powder; but blondes mi's1, accentuate their fairness with a creamy shade.

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BUTTERFLY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

BUTTERFLY THEATRE. ¡ The Butterfly Theatre management offer an attractive programme for Sat urday and Monday next, the principal features being "Champagne Waltz" and "Step Lively, Jeeves"; also good sup ports. "Sinner Take A"Y' is the big draw for Wednesday next. The advt, in this issue announces the programmes tor other nights also.

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HORSE FORM. PRESS BOOSTING DOESN'T MAKE SYDNEY'S JUMPERS NATIONAL CANDIDATES. A.J.C. Hurdle Worth £650 at Randwick Next Saturday will be T[?]est. How Black Laughter Should [?]ave Won the Doomben Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

HORS F <mR M. PRESS BOOSTING B<**î'Âf MAKE SYDNEY'S JUMPEBS*'1 ?IONAL CANDIDATFS. {? A.J.C. Hurdle Worth «5« 'ÜMandwIck Next Saturday will W 'iMtal. How Black Laughter Sl'Hli VMave Won i the Doomben Cup. » (By TOM ELUS'fl N.8.W. will of course 1"JW no repre sentative for the Grand i^j^ronal Hurdle, to bs decided at neniiiieMJm next month. Sydney has ils own ffiS^^jrdle at Rand- ¡ wick next saturday,Jjâïid I that is about 1 the true height to wmich our hurdlers of \ the moment attain. S Por Sydney the ' entry represents {Air standard, but there is no taljnt f80# encijgh for those stiff limber batteñjÉKt Flemington; though later, if SpélBKne shapes all righi, ne might be iSotftidered worth sending for the Australite Hurdle at Caulfield in August. ry' Spearbme was our best hurdler of the current season with wins in the two events over tjhe brush at the Autumn meeting at Randwick. The last of these was two miles and three furlongs, so he is thoroughly qualified to ...

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BABY HEALTH CENTRE. Progress Report for May. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

BABY HEALTH CENTRE. ' Progress Report for May, The following particulars relating to the! work of the Liverpool Baby Health Cen- | tre during the past month have been kindly furnished by the Director-General: of Public Health (Dr. E. Sydney Mor ris) and will, po doubt, prove of interest to our readers: Work at Centre.-New cases enrolled, 19; babies weighed, 238; test meals! given, 16; expectant mothers advised, 4. Attendance at Centre.-Infants under one year, 211; under two years, 16; un der three years, 14. Total attendances i (Including mothers without babies), 241. Daily average attendance at centre, 31.5. !

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INGLEBURN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

INGLEBURN NEWS. Miss A. Green, of Ingleburn, is sail'n? by foe Morinda, with Nurse Healy, of Liv. erpopl, and Miss Peggy Firth, of" Ingle burn, for à -,hrep weeks' holiday in the sunshine of Lord Howe Island. Captain Haultain, master cf the Larrl kla, has been much in th 2 news recently. ¡ having captured two Japanese pearling ! ships. He is the son of Mr. and Mrf. Haultain, of Ingleburn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

I Support our Advertisers WINTER WINDS "Dry Out" Natural Skin Oils and leave your skin Dry and Parched. Cosmeticians have developed Tissue and Nourlshln^Creams which re place these natural skin oils and keep your skh^oft and supple. There ure two preparations which we strongly recommend. Muriel Astor Honey and AlmorurTream, large bottle, 2/ .y Palmolive Cream Lotion, price 1/ Sha w's^rhar macy DISPENSING CHEMISTS, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone; Liv. 39. and Select Your OVERCOAT To-day Tile coats assembled here are made from materials of long wearing qualities correctly and comfortably cut, allowing perfect freedom of movement. Tbey have smart linings, capa cious pockets, artistic buttons and other attractive features. The coat you want is here at the price you have in mi From 35/- or 1 TERMS arranged the Bradley Way "Wear while You Pay." LEATHER COATS made from only Selected Hides, 84/ or 4/3 weekly. LEATHER LUMBER JACKETS - 59/6 or 3/- weekly. Harold T* Bradley LADIES' &...

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COURT HOUSE STAFF INCREASED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

COURT HOUSE STAFF INCREASED. Owing to thé continued increase of work at the Court House, Liverpool, the staff in the C.PJS.'s office has been In- ' creased. Mr. Kelly (CPS.) now has the assistance of Mr. O. D. Brown. The heavy court list at this centre warrants also two weekly court sittings. It is a common occurrence to find a number of cases unreached.

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HERE AND THERE BOY SCOUTS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

I HERE AND THERE BOY SCOUTS ABROAD. Mrs. NichoU, oí Macquarlc-street, Liv erpool, has received a long letter from her son Peter, who is in England with the Australian troop of Scouts, and is at present on a 1000-mile tour of Eng land, Wales and Scotland. During the I Coronation celebrations Peter was among those who were the guests of Lord Baden powell and wore given a banquet by Lord and Lady Baden-powell.

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R.S.P.C.A. PROSECUTES, ILL-TREATING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

R.S.P.C.A. PROSECUTES, ILL-TREATING A HORSE. Samuel Amalfi was proceeded against by the RB.P.C.A. at Liverpool Court on Monday last for allegedly Ill-treating a horse at Liverpool on May 31. Il was alleged that defendant had used a whip on the horse, which was in poor condition ar.d sore from chain-rubbing. Norman Ezzy, honorary inspector, of Liverpool, said he was in Riley-st., neal defendant's farm. Amalfi was ploughing a paddock and used the wilip (produced). Witness was 150 yards away. He walked ever and spoke lo defendant, who said, I "The hors.? is all right." The horse was in a very bad state, with raw sores on Its ? hind legs caused by trace chains. Un der the horse's cellar was a raw sore ! about ene inch in diameter, and the col lar was rubbing on it. Defendant de nied having used a whip, but witness I found it at the other end of the plough ed land. There were whip-marks (swol len ridges) on the horse's rump. 1 Defendant gave evidence that he was only scratching up a piec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

'AMBULANCE BALL, Town Hall, Liver- I poo:, Toesday, July 20. See next week's ' isuie for full particulars.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. . Is the Universe, including Man, evolv ed by Atomic Force ? was the subject in all Churches of Christ Scientist, on Sun doy. The Golden Text was: "Behold the heaven and the heaven of heavens is the Lord's thy God. the earth also, with all that therein is." Deuteronomy 10.14. Among the Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "God be merciful unto us, and bless us; and cause his face to shine upon us; that thy way may be known upon earth, thy sating health among all nations." Psalm 67:1. 2. The following passage from the Christ Ian Science textbook, "Science and health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "Mind's control over the universe, includ ing man, is no longer an open question, but 4s demonstrable Science. Jesus il-' lustrated the divine Principle and the power of Immortal Mind by.healing sicit ness and sin and destroying the found ations of death." P.171. A moment's insight is sometimes wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

We now Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/- ipent, and you can redeem them for Valuable Presentí. YOU CAN NOW SAVE further I ¿BODPTOPBKS i on your HARDWARE, PAINTS, CROpCÉRY, etc., by Bdyng at M. Chr isfiansa Piy aw. Macquarie St.,LIVERPOOL, Tel. Liv. 20. Tel.: Liv. 20. T. P. FITZPATRICK THE MODEL BAKERY, Terminus and Scott Streets, Tel.: 38 Liv. LIVERPOOL. OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR/ IS QUALITY ft SATISFACTION. Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL 63. _V_ We desire to particularly mention that we stock only the Best of all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR ft DELIVERED to all Parts of the District. CIVILITY. Plus SERVICE ! MISS M. and E. WINDSOR, . IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, SCOTT STREET, LVERPOOL, Near Picture T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY. REE DELIVERY JOIN OUR 'XMAS CLUB NOW! TEN One Large Bar . .. THOMPSON'S SOAP ONE TUBE KIWI WHITE FREE. Hid Large Tins MELON and LEMON JAM 6d DAYS' SPECIALS: Large Bottle 'Excelsior' COFFEE ESSENCE ll MEADOWLEA MARGERINE I0<] per lb. CHOICEST ... Creamery BUTTER 1 /51b. Three Packets . . . 1 1 1J Ik |G RE EN PEAS"2010 DUTCH CHEESE, J Hdllh TERMINUS STREET LIVERPOOL. TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL 76.

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Shire Clerk Resigns. FROM NEPEAN TO CANOBLAS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

Shire Clerk Resigns. FROM NEPEAN TO CANOBLAS. The Shire Clerk of Nepean Council ( Mr. J. Williams» tendered his resignation, owing to his appointment as shire clerk at Canoblas Shire (Orange). Council gave Mr. Williams a reference under seal. He thanked the council for kind treatment at all'times, and said he was sorry to have to leave his friends at Bringelly. Cr. Hewitt said the decision came as a surprise, but he understood that Nepean's loss would be Orange's gain. He was sorry to lose such a valuable and courteous officer; but expressed the hope that Mr. Williams and family would bene fit by the change. Cr. Barker paid a tribute to Mr. Wil liams' services over such a long period. Cr. Watson, Scott, Blaikie, and Ed mondson, and the shire engineer, Mr. Mc Gowan, also expressed their regret, and best wishes for Mr. Williams and family in their new sphere. All were plainly sincere in their remarks. Mr.. Williams has been 16 years in his position at Nepean Shire. He will leave on Ju...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

PATTENS, p&m © H S H GROCERS. DISTRIBUTORS OF GROUP TOKENS SCOTT STREET - LIVERPOOL. WEEK-ENp / SPECIALS 5 CROUP TOKENS Given with Large Tin PLUM JAM, One 2 ot. JAR PEANUT BUTTER 5 GROUP TOKENS Given with l£ib Jar Choice Western HONEY. START SAVING GROUP TOKENS TO-DAY. They are worth One Penny Each. PATTENS, Scott Street, Liverpool

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

SCHOOL REQUISITES. -A FULL BANGE OF THE BEST QUALITY ENGLISH-MADE TORCHES and BATTERIES erf a.! alz., s always in stock. OUR STOCK of SCHOOL REQUISITES REPRESENT WONDERFUL VALUE WE ARE THE BUSHMEN'S FRIEND - a Larg.' Range bf QUALITY BUSH KNIVES, / JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY-200QJJÓ0KS by the Most Popular Authors. Membership 2/-, Exchange 3d. Af W YCH 'PHONE: ÜV. 147. '? MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. Overcoais^overcoais SINGLE-BREASTED FANCY TWEED.27/6 ! DOUBLE-BREASTED FANCY TWEED ? .. 28/6, 32/6, 33/6 ' DOUBLE-BREASTED NAVY BEAVER.47/6 J LEATHER COATS, 79/6. Leather Lumber Jackets, 58/6 - FROM -- A. CLYDE-- Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL. Church Services. NOT^B-Change of these notices must - reach this office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church or Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wechv'sday Evening meeting, 8 p.m.. In the Church edifice. Smith-street. Reading Room, Smith-street. Hours: Monday to Friday, J2 noon to 5 p.m. ST. LUKE'S PARISH. LIV...

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COFFEE STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

COFFEE STAINS. Coffee stains on delicate materials should be rubbed gently with glycerine, rinsed In tepid water and ironed cn the wrong side with a moderately hot iron till dry.

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Balancing Municipal Budgets. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937

Balancing Municipal Budgets. (To the Editor. ) Slr,-Now that the Liverpool Council has decided to go on with the Spooner scheme of borrowing- £21,000 odd, 1 would like to offer the aldermen a novel, yet practical, suggestion. To offset the 3! per cent, interest payable on the A.M.P. loan of £11,500, I suggest that council first obtain' the £9000 Govern ment grant and place this £9000 where it would produce at least 31 per cent, interest. Of then, say, £2000 or more of the A MP. loan is used, this £9000 s interest would offset the balance of the A.M.P. loan's Interest of 31 per cent. Further, I suggest that council make every effort to have the interest on the A.M.P. loan reduced on a sliding scale, so that if, say, in three months. £5000 of this loan is used, interest of £6000 only would be charged. If, on the other hand, £5000 of the £9000 grant was used, the banking institution would certainly net pay interest on £9000; so why should not the ratepayers have a similar privi lege by...

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