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Ball at Rossmore. CHURCH OF ENGLAND EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Ball/ at Rossmore. CHURCH OB ENGLAND EFFORT. The anjnual hall of Holy innocence. Church efl England, held In the Rossmore hall cn Friday, lBtin, proved a great suc cess, about £8 being raised. The hall was completely^ filled with a gay throng, and all appeared to enjoy themselves. The attractive Coronation decora* lent were carrie*} out by local ladies. Kello. way's orchestra provided the music, and the duties CAM.C. were in the capable hands of theWpular Bringelly school teacher. Mr.Patterson. A very dainty supper was Kirved and greatly ap. I preciBted. / \ I Among the danbersSwere visitors from the city, Liverpool anfwCamden. Mrs. I Mccann and Mrs. W^^fcpf Rossmore, I each entertained a largt wau y of city gues s. . VI The following wire included in the happy gathering: Mrs. Mccann, black velvet and silver lame; Mrs. G. L. Pat terton, white satin, white fur coat; Mrs. W. Cooper, green organdi and lace; Mrs. Montgomery, white morocain; Mrs. JT'iw key (Minto), black velvet Mrs. Dewh...
BASEBALL. LIVERPOOL STILL WINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
(By "SNOWY.") LIVERPOOL fi TILL WINNING. I Covered In mud, and wet to the stan, Liverpool Baseball Club had another victory, defeating Wenty Methodists 3 , at Granville Park by 7 to nil. i Although played in the rain, the game never lacked interest; for with such bril liant players as B. Keato, B. Childs and G. Davies, it would take more than a few inches of rain to put them off their game. Wenty Methodists batted first, but with K. Spencer pitching so accurately, they were soon struck out. Liverpool were rather quiet in tha first innings; but towards the end cf the third, four men crossed the plate in quick succession. At the end of the fifth in- &lt; nings the locals were ahead, 7 to nil: but the light was a» bad that the um pire called-game and awarded the ver dict to Liverpool. Injuries to the hand and toe were sus tained by T. Betts.
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Liverpool'Tennis Club. Following ls the draw and teems for I competition matches on Saturday next, I June 26. A2 v Al (no alteration in teams);' ' Ingleburn v A Reserve 1 (ladles, Mrs. H. Ayres and Miss V. Thorne) ; A Reserve 2 v Eaglemont (ladies, Mrs. J. Shortis and Mrs. S. Brumby); B team v Appin1 Road (no alteration); Y Hurry v B Re-, s°rve (ladies, Mrs. R. Dunbar and Miss.: C. Thompson). i Following is the draw for the ladles' i mid-week competition matches on Wed nesday next, June* 30;-Liverpool 1 v Campbelltown, and Presbyterian v Liv ; erpool 2 (no alteration in teams). I In the ladies' mid-week matches lost week Liverpool 1 (scratch) were defeat ! ed by Eaglemont (one 13) by the big ; margin of 19 games, which means thai I if the 13 games start were deducted, I Eaglemont had won by six games off thu stick. In the handicapping of liverpool's No. 1 team this year tile handicappers have definitely erred, as the results to date have preved; and those same results show that inst...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
BRINGELLY P. ii C. ASSOCIATION will hold a PRESENTATION TO MRS. J. K. G.1 WILLIAMS, followed toy the THIRD ANNUAL \ BALL In the ROSSMORE mALL, FRIDAY, 2nd. JVíft 1WU at jA& P.m. A Cordial I Invitatio/ to Ejéryonj is is hereby eitJndWNn be present at the Presentatioi¿46\U»e WlHíáms family on the occasion foi their/departure from Bringelly. »\ L. COLLIER, Hon. Sec., Bringelly, P. '& c. Assn. - TRY - SIMPSON'S, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, LIVERPOOL, For Smallgoods, Cakes, Hot Meals, etc. , L. G. SCOn, B.Á., LL B., SOLICITOR AND CONVEYANCER. I MOXHAM CHAMBERS, 147A CHURCH I STREET, PARRAMATTA. 'PHONE UW6722. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet ings, social gatherings, sporting events, weddings, accidents, etc., [will be gratefully accepted. Per sonal paragraphs must be signed 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 hot suffer owing ...
WEDDING. WHEATLEY—CREMIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
WEDDING. WHEAÏUEV-CREMIN. Tile Methodist Church, Fairfield, mao* a pretty setting for tile wedding of Miss Doris Cremin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cremln, of "Arcadia," Smart-st., Pair field, to Mr. Clyde Wheatley, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wheatley, of Mac quarie-st., Liverpool, cn Saturday, June 18, at 4.30 p.m. i The bride looked charming in a frock of white angelskln satin, with an em broidered tulle veli (lent by a friend of the bride) held in place by a Juliet cap of orange blossom. A bouquet of fran gipanni and tuberoses was carried by the bride, who was given away by her father. Miss Jean Cremin (sister of the bride) and Miss Mavis Wheatley (sister of the bridegroom) attended the bride and were frocked alike in mauve crepe romaine, with. silver lama trimmings, and eacn carried a sheaf of mauve sweet peas and pink carnations tied with sliver. Mr. Herii Ryan, of Caoramacta (friend of the bridegroom), acted as best man; and Mr. Bob Wheatley (brother of the bridegroom) was gr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
OBITUARY. Mr. John Toomer. Mr. John Toomer, aged 87, of Mac- quarie Fields, passed away last Tuesday week. The remains were privately cre- mated at Rookwood. Mr. Ruben Christopher. A well-known identity of Liverpool, Mr. Ruben Christopher, aged 48, passed away last Thursday. Deceased, who lived at Hillview, leaves a wife and young family. The funeral left the parlors of Wood, Coffil last Saturday for the Catholic cemetery, Liverpool, Rev. Father Deeley officiating at the graveside.
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. and Mrs. V. Baxter, of Hoxton PaiK-road, Liverpool, have a son whom they have named Frederick Carl. Their baby daughter, who was severely bum. ed just recently, is now almost complete ly recovered. . ? . Master Ray Miller, 14, of Myall-street, Casula, ls ill In Liverpool Hospital. Mr. Eric Wilson, who recently won a scholarship, left on saturday for two years' study in England.
'Model' Building Society (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
'Model' Building Society (To the Editor.) Slr,-The Liverpool "Model" Building Stclety criers a unique cp:rtunity o any man or «oma.i to acquire a home on tile simplest and easiest uf repay men: sys. le.i.s, guaranteed by the Gk-vernmem. Uer menfaers of the community c-uid not co a better service to f.helr y^uns ir lenes contemplating marriage, or al icajy marr.cd, than advi:e them to jain up with the society and borrow and pay Uv a no.iie ihai will iruly pi'.ve a 'nest eág" in th* years to come. Bu , although the s-cie.y is such a bcoft to a b-rrower, the scheme is not really grasped in a cursory 'once over.' The rules and sets of lacles preclude any promts. ?Other building societies (Starr-Bow kett, eic.) depend for their finance on U-,e ctntributions of their members; b.i Xv. Liverpool 'Model' Building society ric s roi. Its funds are provided under Government! grantee, at the com I Diencement; and every shareholder may j become a to.rower from the beginning. 1 her; vs nc ballot r...
NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. SPOONER SCHEME ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. SPOONER SCHEME ADOPTED. Cr. Hewitt (president), "with Councill ors Scott, Watson, Edmondson, Barker and Blaikie, were present at last Thurs day's meeting of Nepean shire Council. The following matters were included in the business transacted tin addition to others reported separately) : Notification was received that relief wcik would be terminated by the Gov ernment on June 18. and the unemployed were called up for Water Boar work on June 31. ELECTRICITY MATTERS. E. J. Barrett, Raby, wrote that he had communicated with tne Minister for Local Government concerning the charg es for current and guarantee in connect ion wlh electricity extensions by ingle burn Council. 1 Ingleburn Council advised that suffi cient guarantees for the extension had now beert received; and application made to the Railway Department for a reduc ed charge Xor current, the reduction, ii obtained, US be passed on the consumer. I and compare more favourably with the charges by Liverpool Co...
Housing Scheme. FORTY-NINE SOCIETIES. More Than 5000 Members. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Mousing Scheme. FORTV-NINE SOCIETIES. Mon Titan 5W8 Members. ' UIÎ pltn evolved by the Premier (Mr. Stevens) Co.- financing heme building is making rapid progress, and it is expect ed that tt:o 28 building sic*1 lei regis, tired in Sydney will have a membership of 3000 by the end of t.1e month. Already the twenty-cue country build ing societies have a membership total ling more than 2000. Inquiries are still p:uring In from I persons at:raeed by the opportunity ta I build homes on small deposits and with I repayments, in many instances, lower thart rent. It Unexpected that many ad ditional' societies will be formed. with only £83 a society member may negotiate on a cash bisú for pr p?r j vi luid at £830. His weekly payments p.incipal and interest-would ba 22/- a wfe.; for 21 years. I A rone valued at £1500 may be ob tained for £300, with weeky repayments St £1/15/6 for 21 years. There is no admission fee for society membership. The sccle'.ies expect that distint, t savings will be m...
Liverpool Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Liverpool Golf Club (By "DOEMIE.") ! Lovejoy cup, June 19, In conjunclten i with Mrs. Kerr's trophy:- . . I H. Hunt, 75 (8) «7. This player ïias improved rapidly and lowered his handi cap frequently of late, but still manages to return a winning card, with the course ; waterlogged in places and rain still fall ing most bf the afternoon, A greatt-}iim-. 1 ber of our men called it a day ?on* ¿he I eleventh green adjacent to the. ¿tub house. . '-z,.-.' B. :-Iiyman, A. Knott, J. Stewart, D. ! Buggy, W. Ireland, E. J. Ashcroft and Dr. Lovejoy fought through the incle ment weather, to show a decent score card. Tod Mills, Ian Binnie, Boy Rowe and a. few others were also keen on ftn ¡ lshlng.' Most of our other players holed in one and broke par in the comfortable i armchairs of the club room. 1 The Liverpool course is of such undu ' tating country that the fairways will re ceive the maximum benefit of the de luge, being drained into dams and creeks in such a way that the course ls always '...
HEALTH ENEMY No. 1. (Contributed by the Health Department). [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
HEALTH ENEMY No. 1. (Contributed by the Health Department). Two sins of our modern city dwellers which help to fill the hospitals and which lob them of the joy of feeling well and flt are laziness abcút exercise and care lessness about eating habits. The great British scientist, the late Professor Huxley, tells us the following incident: He was asked by a friend at the cradle of his first child what choice he would make if a Fairy Godmother would grant I him one wish, and one only for his child. You and I would probably have prayed that our child would have had the brain of a genius and obtain great fame as a scientist, artist or statesman ? Huxley's, at first sight, astounding, choice was: That he may have an ex i cellent digestion. If you agree with Huxley that, an 100 per cent, digestion is a necessary found ation for completey successful life, you must take exercise, it is the only natural «nd effective way to get a good appe tite, to load up your disgetsive organs without this ...
Newspaper Accounts. A GENTLE REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Newspaper Accounts. A GENTLE REMINDER. We rise to remark, is bright as a lark It n^«Js ni» prophet to spy it; We've done nothing rash, Eut we're wanting some cash It's the1 truth, and we cannot deny lt. Yoj have our accounts For various amounts Eo ycu'll wri'e ou. yqur, cheque, and then dry it; And you'll teni 1* away , By the mailman to-day A receipt, ws are b?uad t) supply it. , Tne aJue-pot is dry, And the paste ls sj "high" . The ra*s in the garret pals by it; But you cin't be&lt; a cluqu? To put; us "on deck" No Pressman on earth will decry it ! The ccws have been sick. And the. fowls had the tick: Tint's Fate, and you cannot defy lt; But the Paper Ulan:-, bill Alwpys brings yea a thrill You don't borrow his paper; ytu buy lt. But w.11 leave t to ycu, " And bid you adieu, Wh le th? Essence of Ufe, you supply it. There's a &lt;Ä*ce, E) they say, ___Fp" th "rîe who-wonï.paji-- - .. And ¿é'rt von don't wish Ut irv it I -Wingham "Chronicle."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
CONSULT John V. TULLY F.R.E.I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE),. AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE/ LIVERPOOL. Äl'pnoije: Liverpool 24". ADVICE GIVEN res;:cctiii£ ijft Prop rty Matters, Sock Sales, Trucking midi General Auction Information. V _ CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. A$hcroN&Son$,piy.LM. "QUALITY CORNER" LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons stock ali those meats Suci as s'and any Purity Test! Hep arv. those stocks good judges say, Can easily excel the rest. Really the Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats.that are tender and ju'cy Th y mat; from the Asher"ft blccks. 'Ti* always this popular Meat Mart Supplie:- you the Primest of Meat I So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS. You get Meats you Can Really Eat 1 G. N. SUTTON, THE LIVERPOOL BAKERY HIGH-CLASS CAKES, PASTRY AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. CHOICE CONFECTIONERY. SOFT DRINKS. CA...
The Silver Screen. "Seventh Heaven" Now a Talkie. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
Thé Silver Screen. "Seventh Heaven" Now a Talkie. A decision of a moment cost Simone Simon, volatile French film star, exactly 117 hours or patient waiting dining the filming of Seventh Heaven," 20th Cen tury.Fox fumigation cf the famous silent. After rying on eeveral wigs while testing costumes for the role cf Diane in Austin Strong's famous love story, Sim one asked that she be tested with her natural hair. The tsst was acclaimed, but Hazel Rogers, hairdresser, pointed out that a brown wig with lively red tints-the same as Simeone's natural i-tr-would save her much,time. The fiery ac r. ss, however, decided that morn ing to uss her own hair. ? As a result of tftat decision, Simone had to report to the stuiio two-and-a ENGLAND'S GREATEST FUN TEAM IS BACK. Jack Hulbert and Cicely Courtneidge return to films together in their most hilarious farce comedy o date, "Take My Tip." A G .B.D. attraction, lt is their 1 first film together in four years; al. I though they have starred separat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
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STORMY CONDITIONS. UPSET MOTOR TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
STORMY CONDITIONS. UPSET MOTOR TRAFFIC. Severil accidents occurred at Liverpool during the recent storms. A lorry turn ing out of Macquarie-s'rea was run ln'o by a car. Ure latter suffering a damaged r.iiEssis: but.-.-.o ort? war> hurti. Two other cirs collided in front of the prst office, caus'ng minor damage and instructing the highway. A motor cyclist jammed j on l.lj brakes tj avoid hiting a ps Jes-| trian, and had lils machine skid from j under him, and cipslze. Apart fr?m sit- ' ting on the weil road, which was not much wetter than his saddle, and a cer tain amount of shock, the rider was evi dently not Inconvenienced very much, as he picked up his cyc'.e, re saned it, and role away. At Cabiamatta, on the Sydnriy-road, flood waters were ai the highway: the cieek at Warwick Farm also overflowed and Kooked traffic there. At the foot of the hill, near the bolllngiown works, tire wa ..ir was also acrcss Ure road, and iX the b:t;om cf the steep grade between Eas; Hill school and...