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Local Government. CHURCHES AND CHARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

Local Government. CHURCHES AND CHARITIES. It seems to be the general rule that local goverríneiH is expected to provide tree municipal services for hospitals, charities, and churches. When che Act of 1H19 was passed, churches avid chari ties were freed from any duty to pay rates if the land they occupied was used "solely" for the purposes of the charity or ot Uie churcn. Seme ten years ago legislation was introduced which struck out the wcrd "solely." This meant a big addition to the class of place that could secure exemption. For example, in regard to churches the present reading of the section is, "Aiiy church or other building used or occu pied for public woisnip." . It would ap pear, therefore, that so long as a build ing is used on Sunday for public worship lt can be occupied all the .rest of the week for picture shows, dancing, or other entertainments. The same condition ap plies to charities. The protest of the councils has been endorsee* by people all tniough the coun try wh...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

Liverp^oínenni^'Club. Following are the draw avid teams for 1 competition matches on Saturday next, [ July 3 (weather permitting) : Thc Al and the B reserve teams will i have no matches, as tile last round ol their? competitions should have been played last Saturday, and in the ordin ary course of events they would com mence their first deferred matches on Saturday next, but the Al and Oie B [ reserve, completed their matches on June 5, whilst other teams could not piay , owing to the wet courts. Camden v A2 (deferred match, no al-, teratlon in team); A reserve 2 a bye; B team a bye, Following is the draw for the ladles' mid-week competition matches on Wed nesday next, July 1:-Eaglemont 2 v Liverpool 1; Liverpool 2 v Kiora. Tile Liverpool 2 team defeated Eagle mont 3 in the match last week, wlulsr the iv.globurn v Liverpool l match was postponed owing to the wet state of the Ingleburn courts. Bain again, for the fourth week-end in succession, completely washed out all competition ma...

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RATES ON FARM LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

RATES ON FARM LAND. Tn 1934 rates on farm lands In muni cipalities were reduced by Act of Par- ' (lament. Any person in a municipality wit>. an Area of five acre? or over which he uses for grazing, farming, civhard or rowing crops of any kind, can demand that his rate bill bz reduced lr. a ann which (withou! geing Into detills) may be set town et half rates. All country municipalities are affecte 1, but land, owners In the County of Cumberland have to peti lon the Governor In jrder to enjoy the advantage of the reduced rate. So far most councils are carrying the lo~s and are not increasing the rate lo tbs j-ema'.nini landhclders. Never did Nature say one thing, and Wisdom another.-Edmund Burke.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Items of news, reports of meet ings, social gatherings, sporting I 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 lettérs), and be brief and accurate. Be careful to verify all facts, so that the paper will not suffer owing to inaccuracies, and others perhaps be put to inconvenience. ¡j "'If yoti {ike "The News," recom mend it to your friends. j

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MINTO NEWS. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

MINTO NEWS. I PERSONAL. Master Alan Roach has returned to Bundanoon after having spent a week's holiday with his parents (Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roach). Mr. George Byrom ls enjoying his an nual holidays. Mr. J. Boyer ls at last recovering from hts poisoned foot, from which he has suffered for IS weeks. A curious coinci dence is that Mr. Boyer lives opposa Mr. A. Sherack, who has also just re covered from a long Illness with a pois oned foot. OBITUARY. Mr. A. E. Smart, of Campbelltown, father cf Messrs. Ray and Claude Smart and Mrs. J. Dawson, of Minto, was buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery at Camp belltown! on Tuesday. Mr. Smart was for many years a resident of Minto, and afterwards went to Campbelltown, where for some time he conducted a bakery business. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. On Saturday night last, the Horticul tural Society held their annual prize* giving In the Minto School of Arts. Games were played and dances enjoyed, The music being supplied by Mrs. Tuc key: and Mr. R, Porter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 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 ther people to come and see what you have to offer-encourage local trad ing: support your local paper and help in its efforts? to boost Liverpool as a shop ping centre and residential area. Co operation 'will Work wonders Ü R

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READY FOR HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

BEADY FOR HARVEST. A long wisp of artificial corn was tits ornament on a girl's hat tn the Southern Highlander-our express train convict. - tlon at Campbelltown-cn Wednesday morning. It was placed horizontally, and it was tickling the face cf a man who sat next to the waarex. . Soon it came to rest in his ear. The man tock a huge clasp-knife from his pocket and began stropping it on the palm cf his hand. "Oh, what are you going to do?" cried the ghi. "If :them oats gets in my ear again, miss," replied the victim, 'there's going to be a harvest."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

FOR MEN'S FQOTWEAR, LADIES* SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE' REPAIR j& FOOTWEAR Sr/OP, SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Station),yQVERPOOL. BETT ER BOOT R ÈWAAR S : We Give You the ¡Quality, as well as Finish in our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMRER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. m WE WILL Essentially Modern in appear ance, this New S.T.C. Mantel Model is a unique departure from conventional design. The aerial is a self-contained inbuilt unit. You simply yiplug in tune in~-listen in.. DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. P. E. Le M A S U R I E iVB. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GAR VG E, EPSOM- ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Weldingf, Battery Charging/ Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AN D PA S TR yeo OK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PurívKfc/ntJverpooi 309. BROWN BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOL'Ii RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED MAUL' UNDER ...

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THE BATTLE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

THE BATTLE OF LIFE. Why-does any one ask-why does the battle press hard to tile very end ? Why is it ordained for man that he shall walk all through the course of life, in patience and strife, and sometimes in darkness ? Because from patience ls to come per fection. Because from strife is to come triumph. Because from the dark cloud is to come the lightning flash that opens tile way to eternity. -O. DEWEY. Exasperated Golfer: Good heavens, boy. I though you came out with me to lock for balls. , y Bland Caddie: Lady, we've both been had; I thought you came out to play golf. .

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

Mr. Athol irwin, of Blgge-street, ti bade at work after an operation in St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn. . * . Mr. A. Kelsy, of Hoxton Park, is a patient in the Royal Prince Alfred Hos pital. * . * Mr. H. G. Brown, ot Atkinson-street, Liverpool, is a patient In the Prince ol i Wales Hospital. j . - . . I Mr. A. Moore, of Macquarle-street, Liverpool, ls ill in Liverpool Hospital. . . . Master Tom Butt, of Elizabeth-street, ls at present In C ward, Liverpool Hos-j pita], suffering with an abeess under the, arm. . * . The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Childs, of Copeland-street, ls still I in hospital. During the past three months the lad underwent three operations. | . . . > Mr. Tom Entwtstle, of Orange Grove, has recently left hospital after several months there. He has recovered some what, but ls still an outdoor patient of Liverpool Hospital. . * . Mr. Shipley, of Short-street, is at pre sent an inmate of Prince Henry Hos pital. * * * Mr. J. Coghran, of Passfleld-street, has b...

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ONE HOUR'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

ONE HOUR'S WORK. With the? iñeans that science has al ready placed at our disposal, we might provide for all thc wants for each of us in food, shelter and clothing by one hour's work per week for each of us frotn school age to dotage.-Laie Lord Leverhulme. yje àon'L topwiíwhK Charlie Chaplin should make Vannier "picture. "Hell make a ton of money, and the Oovernmtfni, will take two-thirds of lt, and someone v>tu sue Wm tat the rät.

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BIRTHDAY PARTY. Moorebank Lads Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

BIRTHDA Y PARTY. Moorebank Lads Entertained. A very pleasant evening was spent at the home of Aid. and Mrs. A. Childs. Moorebank, recently, on the occasion of the birthdays of Wal. and Bill Curtis, ol Moorebank. Cards, games and music helped to pass an enjoyable evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

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ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

ABORIGINES. The new aboriginal settlement at Dar win will cost £38,000 and will not only provide improved housing, educational and mental facilities, but will make DOE- ' sible the proper control of the movement as well as the employment of aborigines.

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Liverpool Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

Liverpool Golf Club (Byl "DORMDî.") Diggers' Gift and Returned Soldiers Cup, stroke handicap, winner to play for T.B.S. and S. Cup: Owing to the Inclement weather, this event ls postponed until July 21 and will be played off during the Campbelltown open week-end. Tom Martin and Bill Ireland deserve to be termed real golfers, having played their championship match under adverse conditions. Golf rules are such that, ' during a match no player shall seek shelter or unduly delay his shot owing to wind, etc. Martin played a steady game, creeping on to the pin without trying fireworks and adapting his play to thc existing state of affairs rather better that Ireland, who would have made a 'better match of it on a fine day. Martin won on the 14th green, 5 up and 4; and his putting on the wet grass was excellent. Fred Irvine and Jack Watson (the club captain) got through their match cn Sunday morning. The course was then drying quickly and no rain fell. Irvine played one of his characteristi...

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Sensational Cem[?]tery Story. "NO VERIFICATION," S[?] SERGEANT DUDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

SeneatiÖnal CerrÄery Story. m "NO VERIFICATION," S«S SERGEANT DUDLEY.«« I m In 5seme ïor the value the [e coffin The rumour ls again in circuí Liverpool that a vault at the ol tery has been rifled, presumable purpose of securing anything I that may have been buried J corpses, it ls also stated 'hat^l has been removed. jfl» Sergeant Dudley, howcvcjfPsays that the vault was opened npuy years ago, and there ls no truth Jm the story that the vault has been rtffd recently. There is certainly a piece/Çf pone to be seen, but tills is probably from a coffin that has long since jutted away. The. story . purely sensationalism, Sergeant Dudl* considers.

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Wages and Living Costs. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

j Wages and Living Costs. COMMENT BY MR. SILK. 1 Commenting on th,e Trades Hall de mand for the constitution of a Federal body to fix the prices of necessary com modities, including food and clothing the president of tne Employers' Federa tion (Mr. T. H. Silk) stated on Wednes day that it was a body formed to keep prices at . an economic level which nae just raised the price of butter by a penny a pound. His previous comments on the cost ol the recent increase in the Federal basic wage seemed to have caused consterna tion in some quarters. He had even been accused of having joined forces with the Commun 1st« lt had previously been es timated au increase of a shilling In the bisic wage meant an additional wage bill of £1,000,000 a year without producing an additional pound of steel or quart of milk. Therefore, the recent Increase would add £6,000,000 to the wages bill. -The premier of New South Wales (Mr. Stevens), said Mr. Silk, had estlmaveo that if the State basic wage were brough...

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LIQUOR CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

LIQUOR CASES. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, William Westbrook was charged wu« having been found on the licensed pre mises of the Crossroads Hotel during pro hibited hours, on May 30, at 3.16 p.m. The case was taken ex-par te, and a fine of 10/- was Imposed. Sergeant Holman said the spring doors from the hall were closed, but not fast ened; and in the bar were 12 persons, including defendant, who lived at Earl wood, less than the requisite distance of 25 miles. / Albert Henry Twiss, Eric Hastings, Charles Samuel .and Alexander Maser .vere each, charged with having falsely represented themselves to be travellers In order to obtain liquor, on May 30, at the Commercial Hotel, Liverpool. Sergeant Holman said he went to the hotel at about 3.40 p.m. Twiss was in the parlor and said he came from Banks town. He had signed the register as A. Waldon, North Sydney. Hastings lives at Rockdale, but said he came from Mascot; and Samuel, who lives at Cab ramatta, signed "Bondi-road, Bondi." ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

DEATH. BROADHEAD — June 25, at Prince Alfred Hospital, Esmond, dearly beloved brother of (Sylvia) Mr. and Mrs. Budd and family. Privately cremated June 26, 1937.

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HORSE FORM. Don't Think Pooley Bridge has a Soft Snap in Grand National. Triumphs of Trainers and Jockeys at Randwick [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937

HORSE FORM. Don't Think Pooley Bridge bu a Rott Snap in Grand National. Triumphs of Trainers and Jockeys at Randwick (By TOM ELLIS) Some Melbourne critics ad opa a curi ca s attitude o«;r the recent aelinquen cicü of tue Grand National favorite Pco*y Briûg;. One piper says Ula, cooley Bringe is still a 'good tujig' u. win next Saturday's National, despite UK .nois he has g:t up to in the las. w^ek jecause Vie, ona's hurd.lng oppcsnioti .ust now is the poorest it has ever been. But no matter how poor his rivals maj be, Pooley Bridge's exposition next Sat ur iay needs to ba psi feet. No nor« with hi> 12.S ov.'r a three-mile course can anord to nuice slightest eiror Any mistake costs him his winning chance. And that ls the element Ula' anuses doubt concern'n.; his recen: do ings. Las; week he refused to school. On Eat-ruay he took eff '.oo soon, over reched ar.d h&d en early lal! in me hurdle race at Mooney Valley. The up shot ú tfiat Pooiey Bridg; will be lacking in the wel...

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