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S.D.T.A. GRADING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 24 June 1937
S.D.T.A. GRADING. (To the Editor.) i ßlr.-On reading through the list of players graded by the S.D.T.A. for the 1937 tournaments, published in the last issue of "The News," I was astonished to sse the name of Mrs. J. Jeffrey, of Campbelltown, amongst the ladies grad ed A reserve. I am sure that all other ' players who know the standard of Mrs. ' Jeffrey's play will be surprised, and wai wonder how the grading committee ar rived at their conclusion, despite the of ficial performances of Mrs. Jeffrey over the past 12 months, which are as fol low:-Won the S.D.T.A. A ressrve ladies singles championship, 1936, decisively beating Mrs. W. Beveridge in the final to the score of 6/1. 6/2 (Mrs. Beveridge the same afternoon winning the A grade mixed doubles championship, partnered by her husband, and this year bsing graded A grade for both competition and tournaments), and also being a memoer cf the Eaglemont team which won the A reserve competition) in the Camp belltown night tennis associati...
WE GET "THERE." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
WE GET "THERE." By land and sea and airways, In weather foul or fair. A triumph both of mind and will, And surely we get there. Ey aeroplane, and sea-craft, tw. There's naught we would not dare; On Und, witti rail and motor speed, We surely do ge1, there. By diplomatic m ives and twists. With naught but srlf to care; I '* ooint and take, bu*; never give, Ttivs surely we get "there." While felfish systems crash and. kill, A world-wide hell we share; We're on the road of grab and greed,.. ? And surely shall g«t "there." Weilar'to think or heavenly things That's why we rush and sttre; We'ra on the r">«d a"d cannot stop, Bo surely we'll eet "there." And when, at las; the roadway ends, WQ Ken become aware. Cur cruel steps of selfishness Have really got ui "there." "The Great Objective,'* 'mid the strife*" Is one that all may share; And common lore with truth and right Alone cen get you there. "Velón" (in Exchange). We asñe for heroic duties, but the dir. les that lie to our hand are h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
' Support our Advertisers PATTEN'S, Mk IM. eaSH GROSERS. DISTRIBUTORS of GROUP TOKENS. WE GIVE j 'CROUP' TOREMS I SCOTT STREET NESTLE'S COCOA, I lb. tins 5d. Worcestershire Sauce Large bots. 7£d. S. R. FLOUR. . 21b. pkts. 4£d. ALBYN BISCUITS per lb. Sweet Asso Delicia Baked Beans, 3 for 8¿d. E R P O O L. ge. tin Plum Jam, 1 x 2 oz. Jar Peanut Butter - 1/ Five Group Tokens. Kellog's Wheat Biscuits j 4*d. GROUP TOKENS ARE WORTH ONE PENNY EACH when Exchanged for Valuable Presents. PATTENS, Scott Street, Liverpool
Blood Testing of Poultry [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
Blood Testing of Poultry I The Egg Marketing Board, in conjunc-1 lien with tlie.stock branch of the De-' partaient of Agriculture, have arranged a free demonstration for the method of blood testing for poultry for pullorum 01 bacillary white diarrhoea at Camden on . Wednesdayt July 7, st 2 p.m., In the Agricultural Society's buildings, Argylle street. Thc demonstration will be con ducted by. Mr. T. G. Hungerord. B.VSc., HJJ.Av who will thoroughly explain the nature of the disease and the simple tests widen can be carried out on the farm. Pullorum disease is one of the most de vastating poultry complaints »known, re sulting in enormous losses of day-old chickens as well as reduced egg produc tion ia laying hens. , A cordial Invitation is extended to ali those interested in poultry culture.
TO KEEP EGGS FOR INCUBATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
,TO KEEP EGGS POR INCUBATION. I Poultry farmers willi only a small flock often find it difficult to fill up an incubator early in the s;ason without the eggs becoming somewhat stale, but rath er than wait for sufficient eggs to fill the incubator it weuld bi b?tter only partly to fill the machine with eggs not More than a week old, bscauss the long er the eggs are kept over that ag3 the less is the chance of a successful hatch. If, however, eggs have to be kept longer than a week, they should be placed in a box, covered in bran and turned once or twice daily. If the eggs are so packed that they will not move about in the box the turning can be done by turning the box ever. Eggs bsing kept for incubation even for a few days should be covered over or kept in boxes with lids on to prevent undue evaporation, and also, later in the season, to protect them from the changes cf température-from frosty nights to ?very warm days. The room in which eggs are stored should be as even in temperat...
SUCCESSFUL PRESTONS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
SUCCESSFUL PRESTONS DANCE. Despite the unfavorable weather, the Preston's Progress Association held a very successful dance in the Progress Hall last Saturday. "Dad Rudd and family from Wayback" were present ana caused much fun. A full hall made the function a financial success. According to present indications, the bachelors' ball on July 10 will be a great success.
HAIRDRESSING LICENCES. New Conditions for Teaching. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
HAIRDRESSING LICENCES. New Conditions for Teaching. Tlié Minister for Labor and Industry (Ur. Dunningham) said last night that teachers of hairdressing must obtain, on cr before August 1. a licence to teacn. and, after that date, the provisions of the Act would be enforced against un licensed teachers of hairdressing. All teachers of hairdressing, he added, must apply to the Hairdressers' Appren ticeship Council for a licence. Where principals of hairdressing colleges obtain ed licences to teach, their employee teachers would also need to obtain a licence, unless those who were being taught were employed under the award conditions. Under the Factories and Shops Act of 1936, MO persons could teach for profit or reward unless they held licences from the council. That provision did not ap ply in the case of a person who was em ' ployed under award conditions. Among the conditions of the licence , were that teaching must be carried out on the premises indicated in the licence'; no stude...
SUCCESSFUL DANCE. All Saints Church. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
SUCCESSFUL DANCE. AU Saints Church. Approximately 150 dancers attended the dance in Liverpool Town Hall last Saturday night and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The function, of which Mr. B. C. Fitzpatrick was secretary, was In aid of All Saints' Church. Messrs. P. Wycb,. and J. Cullen were the doormen. The ladies who were responsible for such a dainty supper were Mesdames Cullen, Kelly, Matthews, T. P. Fitzpat rick, Threlkeld, Jones and Hammett. Orton's orchestra provided excellent music.; and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick acted' as M.C. The Monte Carlo was won by Miss P. Lawrence and Mr. Hindmarsh; the lucky door by Miss Lavender and Mr. P. Richardson; and Miss Audrey Delaney won the order for 10/-.
MASS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
MASS MEETING. Funny Fred tells us that he once at tended a Mormon wedding ceremony. It went something like this: Preacher (to groom): Do you take these women to be your lawfully wedded wives? Groom: I do. Preacher (to brides): Do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded hus band? Brides: We do. Preacher: Some of you girls at thc back will have to speak louder if you want to be included in this.
MAYORESS' RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
MAYORESS' RELIEF FUND. Mrs. de Meyrick and her committee ot energetic workers organised a successful social afternoon at Liverpool Town Hall on the afternoon of June 24. Euchre bridge, and other games helped to amuse i those present. Mrs. Essex won the euchre ' prize, and Mrs. Tom Murray and Miss Smith the bridge prizes. The object of j the committee is to raise funds for the I provision at Christmas time of pareéis I of food and clothing for the use of needy families i-n the district. Another afternoon is to be held in Liv erpool Town Hall on Thursday after noon, July 29.
Rearing of Chickens. ESSENTIALS IN BROODING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
ESSENTIALS IN BROODING. ' The successful rearing of chickens ls one of the most vital facture in poultry farming, as it depends largely upon the results of the rearing season whether j or not a profitable flock of pullets is rais. I ed. Any setback which the chickens re ceive, especially during the brooding ¡ stage, will be reflected in their develop, ment, and tco much trouble cannot be taken to ensure that the chickens are raised under the most satisfactory condi tions possible. The first consideration is a reliable i brooder, which will generate sufficient warmth in the coldest weather to prevent the chickens packing together to get warm, and at the same time provide for ample fre.=h air. Another Important fae ' tor ls that the brooder should be sa con structed that the chickens can muve away from the heat if the temperature is too high, and get back again without any obstruction. Much cf the wastage of chicken life j could be avoided if due regard were paid to these main factors...
NOVICES ON HORSEBACK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
NOVICES ON HORSEBACK. A newly-formed riding school held its first gathering of Liverpool local riders on Sunday, when 12 girls and boys en joyed their first outing on horseback. Unfortunately, one boy got so sore that he had to walk from Hoxton Park home to Liverpool. Still, they all enjoyed the ex perience.
Employment of Youth. "Industry's Obligation." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
Employment of Youth, j "Industry's Obligation." lu the course of a Judgment tn Ure In dustrial Commission yesterday, in which j he announced a new award for glass ; workers, Mr. Justice Ferguson said thai he had reached the conclusion that an industry should not be allowed to ex pand by discarding adults in favor of youths, or by dismissing youths as they advanced in years. He said that he believed that the prin ciple should now be adopted that Indus try must accept an obligation to carry forward Juniors, subject vo their con tinuous good conduct and fitness, ana cu, thc continued prosperity of the Industry.1 "If this principle is not observed," he added, "the Commission must give seri ous consideration to this aspect in future awards." He emphasised that the company w which the new award referred had made efforts to retain youths In its employ ment as far as possible. We live in fhoughts and feelings, not ir. days and years. We have Just enough religion to make us bate,, but not en...
Co[?]er's Inquiries. MO[?]RU[?] FATALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
Comber's Inquiries. Mti&iUJtfATALITI£S. j The ^verflP¡aÍM^rict Curoner, Mr. P. 6. PoolmaiKflCM ÎVesday conducted three Inquiries. ^UfLS Concerning the' Ärf^V Hugh Mc GllUvray, who died E "lura Hospital as a result or injuries toed when a motor cycle dn which toeÇPfe riding pil lion collided with a taxlYtfb driven by James Driscoll at the Uit&rsecUcu ol Hume Highway and Graham's Avenue, Liverpool, about three weeXs ago, the Coroner found that death was tho result of an accident, and no bignie attached to the taxi-driver. In the case of Francis Ccrett, who died In Liverpool atete Hospital as a re sult of injuries received when a car he was driven towards Sydney ran off tho road at Denham Court and crashed into a fence, the Coroner expressed the opin ion that an Oncoming car, with iwm lights attached, was responsible for thc accident, but returned a verdict of ac cidental death. He said twin light shouio be prohibited on every motor vehicle. DEATH FROM SHOOTING. Mr. Pco...
LIVERPOOL BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
LIVERPOOL BUILDINGS. Eight new cottages and eight cases oí additions to buildings were approved by Liverpool Council on Tuesday night. The list included:-Frederick Knight, cot tage and workshop, Boundary-road, £85 awi £9; six new cottages at Hammond ville for the Pioneer Homes Trust, at £120. The additions are also at Ham mondville settlement.
WEDDING. BROWN—PENNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
W ED DING. BROWN-PENNEY. Rev. R. Harley-Jones, at St. Luke's Church, Livercol, officiated at the wed ding of Laura, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Penney, of Park-road, Liverpool, to Robert A., third son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown, of Elizabeth-street, Liver, pool. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white bridal satin and cut tulle veil with coronet of orange blos som and tulle, and carried a sheaf of white stocks and tuberoses. Mrs. J. Garard and Mrs. W. Cook, sis ters of the bride, attended as matrons of honer, and wore gowns of white all over lace, featuring medici collars car rying sheafs cf. crimson carnations and sweet peas. Their coronets were of the same flowers. Irene, youngest sister of the bride, wearing an ankle-length dress of white crepe de chene with crimson sash, acted as train bearer. Mr. Prank Ollis was best man. A large wedding bell suspended from a floral arch was arranged by Miss D. Huckstepp, who also sang during the signing; of the register. ...
A.L.P. MEETING. LIVERPOOL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
A.L.P. MEETING. LIVERPOOL BRANCH. At the monthly meeting of Liverpool branch of the A.L.P., held In tile School of Arts last Thursday, Mr. W. J. Morris presided over a good attendance cf mem bers. In the absence .of the secretary I &lt;Mr. J. J. O'Neill) Mrs. O'Neill acted in , her husband's capacity. The branch decided to purchase a ¡ writing desk for the secretary, which win certainly be needed In the future. Mr. O'Neill being campaign director for the subdivision of Liverpool. The first annual re-union of Liverpool branch was decided upon, the date te ing August 6, and the place Liverpool Town Hall. Delegates from surrounding branches, members of Parliament and members of the Central Executive will !>-? invited. The sum of £5 was voted to the Liver pool Central Executive for the Peaerai , fighting fund. A big itinerary of dances throughout the Werriwa electorate has been ar ranged, and the winners of each heat in Ute fox trot competition for thc Wer riwa Cup will compe...
INGLEBURN. THE COMEDY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
INGLEBURN. THE COMEDY CLUB. On Saturday -night last the Ingleburn Comedy Club gave another of their wcll , known performances, which was en titled "Tlie Burglar Came to Slay" I a very amusing comedy. Thc produc tion was smooth aiid very well done, and the frocking of the ladies very effective. Thc play was produced by Mr. T. Mac Farlane; and Mr. P. Asher and Mr. W. Hendy were responsible for the lights and effects. , Mrs. Freeman played some selection» on the plano before the performance and during the entr'actes. The principal parts were taken by I Misses Betty Firth and Edna Haslett. Mrs. Cornell, and Messrs. Bill Nicholls, ' John S. Freeman, F. Moore and A. Pom I fret. PERSONAL. Miss B. Mase, of "The Pines." is ill and was. unfortunately, unable to take part In the Comedy Club's performance on Saturday flight. Soe'has long been an interested member in the society. Mr. Orábame :b¡ recovering after hit Kteriou* illness.