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FASHION HINTS. FROM SCREEN PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
FASHION HIN*. FROM SCREEN PERSONAUTMS, Jeanette MacDonald appeared jWbiiiy in a smart spring costume. Tile diK 0j navy blue wool, had clever cuffs HM a collar cf white waffle pique. HerHfrge trlmmed white hat was also fashidMjd 0f pique, exactly matching that used JR the dress trimming. The hut carriedMTiHir. row band and streamers of iiaryflBue. Once again Hollywood's you^mBFset ls paying homage to the ingenuitiSjf Betty Fui-ness. Tile Metio-Golo'jjjyn-Mayei actress created a smai't liat^ut of a real Mexican sombrero, biougjtit to her from Mexico City. Tile haddad a large, up. turned brim, elaborately embroidered in black against Its white straw backgrouna. The actress remored the pointed crown, bound Uie edge atti black, and wears it as a smart andViriginal headpiece for summer dresses.If Joan Crawfords red silk umbrella has a handle upon «hieb the head of one 01 her pet dachsnounds is carved. The handle was especially made from a photo graph the star had taken of her pet. It is c...
SMART ARREST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
SMART ARREST. One day last week an Inmate of an old men's home was lying down recovering his equilibrium after a loo-heavy bout. A policeman borrowed a wheelbarrow and, placing the man on lt, started for the lock-up. The barrow became bog ged, and thc passenger was tipped out accidentally. The barrow was releaseo iand re-loaded" but after another 20 yards the wheel again sank. Then, to the policeman's surprise, thc passenger got up and walked off. The disgusted policeman, however, collected his quarry and headed him for tlie lock-up.
Is 'Dry' Dance Doomed? (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
! Is 'Dry' Dance Doomed ? íTo Uie Editor.) Sir,-As a regular patron of all the balls and dances held in Liverpool over a period of many years, I have notloed wkh i«gret tile gradual falllng-off in at tendance, cr, lu other words, the lack oí support given the three big annual balls, namely, the Orphanage, St. Luke's and the Ambulance-three functions which ore held in aid cf most worthy causes. Hie older generation will remember when the Orphanage bali was the only big ball ct the year and was looked for ward to by all and sundry for mouths ahead, and ned en average attendance cf 400 or 500. Then came ths Ambu lance, who. with their first two or three balls, held hi the Butterfly Picture The atre, established record attendances. Lastly, St. Luke's car ball commenced | 10 years ago, and they also had their attendances of 400 and 500. The ab undances have gradually dwindled, un til 'nowadays 250 would be considered a big crowd-in fact, I would say that, at a rough estimate, both the ba...
Newspaper Accounts. A GENTLE REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
Newspaper Accounts. A GENTLE REMINDER. We rise/tb remark, - ...is brigyt as a lark . It J\T&3B noprophet to spy it; . .We've done nothing rash, ? .. But ^ we're ¡4vftñyrtg.i¿o8ie çasii-r ' VK¥on" havf ou':- accounts For various amoints So ycu'll wii^e ou your cheque, and then dry it; And you'll fen! lt away By the mailman to-day A receipt, vra are b:und ts supply it. Tie shie-pct is dry. And the paste is SD "high" The rats in the garret pass by it; But you c n't be " a cluquî To put us "on deck" Ko Press .nan on earth will d3cry it ! i Tile c"\vr have been sick. And the fowls had tie tick: Thit's Fa e, and you cannot defy it; Hut the Paper Mari's b'U Alvrys brings y:u a thrill You don't b rrow his, paper; y:u buy it. Eut w'll leave i ta you, An4 bid you ad'eu, Wh le th,? Essence cf Life, you 6upply lt. The/e's a pl'ce, st they say. Fo- tirite who won't pay And we're" you don't wish to try it ! -Wingham "Chronicle." The correlative to lovl-.ig c ur neigh bours as ourselves ls...
[?]ERPOOL COUNCIL. T[?]SDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
MERPOOL'COUNCIL. ' rmiNIGHTS MEETING. Th^WHowlng matters were dealt with in cfl^Pspondence at Tuesday night's meetjM of Liverpool Council. Th^^eparUnent of Local Government wrot^Hpncurrlng in the acceptance of the '««1er of Concreters Ltd. at >^>tf23)H/- for the town drain.-Receiv ed; atÄtender accepted. Min^Kî for Works and Local Govern ment IHTYjsed that emergency relief works wm«.ceaae In the Liverpool Muni cipality IW nub; 2. Where arrangements could beVL VJie men concerned wouia be f.bsoro*;«ij*'rationed Government works, conm.r gLcn July 5, probably at. Cook's RnatdwiK'8"1^ Creek- or at the waterworO^il¡?tfcn Park.-Council decided to applNb nes»rant brough a deputation to tlie^Lji , Vr, and also tu ask. that the 10 perV f be continued. The Mayor (Aid. de Mi, Jck), Aid. Ash croft and Aid. Childs w|« appointed. T'ne Secretary for Rattrays wrote re garding footpath work durbridge and ap proaches at warwick Falm, stating that the agreement will be I forwarded tor completion ...
CAR CYLINDER WEAR. MINIMISING MALADY. Warming-up Period. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
CAR CYLINDER WEAR. , MINIMISING: MALADY. Warmlnp-up Period. The incidence of cylinder wear . has been so acute in various types of engines and under different conditions of use, that engineers have been prompted t° make a close study of the subject during the last few lears. Formerly, lt was considered that cylind er wear was due mainly to an abrasive action between the pistons and rings on the one hand, and the cylinder walls on the other, and because of this, the ad vice was invariably given that an engine, when started up from cold, should be warmed up slowly so that it was not un duly stressed until tile oil had become warm and could be relied upto reach the cylinder walls. Research, however, orought forth the theory that cylinder wear was not due so much to abrasive action as to corrosive action when the cylinder walls were cold. This theory has been supported by much evidence, It has been found that when an engine is cold, the water vapour re sulting from the combustion of hyd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
CONSULT John V. TUL1 F.K.E.I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INS! AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVEr^POOL. Telephone: Liverpool 24 ADVICE GIVEN reseeding all Proprty VatterV^ifbck Sales, Truckins tn J General Auction Infcrmaticn. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft & Son$»>iy.LM. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE / REST ! Ashcroft and Sons ¿tock all those meats Suci as s'and «¡ny Purity Test ! Herr. ar-> thosj stick*, good jutiges say, Can casl'y ixcol the rest. Really the P/imist and Choicest Only enterVU\e Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are tender and ju;cy Th y maki from the Àshcr~fl blçcks. 'Ti- always this Popular Meat Marl Supplice, ycu the Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS are your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! G. N. SUTTON, THE LIVERPOOL BAKERY HIGH-CLASS CAKES, PASTRY AND LIGIfT REFRESHMENTS. CHOICE CONFECTIONERY. / SOFT DRINKS....
WISE METHODS RAISE STANDARD OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
WISE METHODS j RAISE STANDARD OF ADVERTISING. During the past forty years adver ting has developed from a ttieie selling agency to that of a powerful education al force of vast possibilities for social and economic good. Its usefulness as a sales factor is enhanced or impaired in pro portion to tlie sincerity and dependa bility of its message." ïne statement was made during an ad dress by Mi. Daniel c. Roper, secretary of Commerce, before the Advertising Club OÍ Baltimore. "Advertising." continued Mr. Roller, "occupies a position of trusteeship be tween the advertiser and the cusiomei. The extent to which this is recognised and fulfilled will determine the stability and progress of advertising. As a cor ollary ot tile growing appreciation and electiveness of the lelationship between the advertiser and the public, there has been a progressive rise in the American standard cl living. The people have been brought into a deeper consciousness of tlie economy of equality. "I believe that ...
SOCCER INTERNATIONAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
SOCCER INTERNATIONAL MATCHES. Soccer chiefs of New South Wales are wondering already how tiley will be able to pack into Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday week the army oí enthusiasts who want to see the English team in act ion against New South Wales. Thc Eng lish men are enjoying a triumphal tour of New Zealand winning all their match, cs by big margins and causing favorable impressions everywhere by their clever football and spectacular tactics. Soccer was probably never so strong in New South Wales as it is this season, and, for that reason, thousands of b'arrackers de clare that our best team will beat the Englishmen. This time Soccer has the Cricket Ground and, in the absence ot serious opposition on Saturday. July 10, a new record- for Soccer crowds hi Aus tralia is bound to be mads. The English team is1 composed wholly of amateurs, and led by one of the great est players England produced. Mr. Wre ford-Brown, and are a big and clever combination.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
Saturday Matinee al 2; Night at 7.30. Monlny at 7.45, Wednesday 8 p.m., Thursday g p.m. Ring Liverpool 8 for Reservations. SATURDAY (Matinee & Night) .and MONDAY, JULY 3 & 5 "DQDSWOR TH," nib WALTER HUSTON and RUTH CHATTERTON, PAUL LTJRN6, MARY ASTOR and GOULD GXVAN. plus "MAD HOLIDAY," with EDMUND LOWE ann ELISSA LAÄDI. You'l never guess th ending, bu> you'll larvrh a* Mysteaf with Roman«; In this Comedy-Drama ol Murder. Mirth and Marte Stars! FOX NEWS and FEATURETSES. Wednesday and Thursday/Ju|y 7 and 8: «HO Wednesday only: Epis. 7 of SERIAL, Adven tues of Frank MetTlwell.* SATURDAY (Matinee and Night) ind MONDAY^ JULY ; 7 and 8: "THE GORGEOUS HUSSY,»' rlis "THE "SECRET VALLEY." SHORTS, FOX NEWS rourraf Jul CCER! July 3rd: SOCCER! Sydney Cricket Grou ENGLAND-V>N-S.W ENGLAND v AUSTRAL!*; JULY 10th RESERVE SEATS AT PALINGS, 5/. EACH. THE BALL OF TNE/SEASON LIVERPOOL DISTRICT AMBULANCE re^ANNUAL BALL ! TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL. TUr^YWLO^O. Tickets 6/- Rosenthal's Or...
OBITUARY. Mrs. Gladys Goudle. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
OBITUARY. Mrs. Gladys Goudiè. After a long* period of illness, Mrs. Gladys Emma Goudle, aged 32, passed I away at her residence, Bathurst-street, Liverpool, last Saturday. A husband and three small children remain. The funeral took place on Monday for the Presbyterian cemetery, Liverpool. Miss Bose Marie Brown. The sad death occurred in the Child ren's Hospital, Camperdown, last Sun day, of Rose Marie Brown, the 11-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brown, of Hammondville. The funeral took place on Tuesday, when Rev. Canon Hammond conducted ' the service at the graveside at Liverpool Church of\ England cemetery. j
EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, SOLICITORS, Wheatley's Buildings. The Crescent, FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, &nbsp; SOLICITORS, &nbsp; Wheatley's Buildings. The Crescent, FAIRFIELD. &nbsp; &nbsp; Wheatley's Buildings; Thursday, 2 p.m. 5.30; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon; &nbsp; by appointment, phone B2531. City Office: 6 Wynyard-street, corner of George-street, Sydney.
A MUD YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 1 July 1937
A MUD YARN. Mr. Stan Lomax was using a grader near "The Pond," Moorebank, when he was surprised to feel somebody removing his hat. He had sunk so low in the mud that a boy thought the hat was merely resting on the ground and picked it up as lost property.
OBITUARY. Mrs. Ada Lang. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
baiTUAlVr * Mrs. Ad« Mrs, Ada Lang, ute of warwick Farm, .passed away ot we Home of Place, Mar rickville, of June 26, and wan privately cremated at Rookwood on Junfc 28. She is survived by her husband, 'for whom j much sympathy is felt. ' Mrs. L¡uig, who had been ailing for a considerable time, was alwayá a willing worker for local charities and ifoad a par ticularly warm spot hi her haart for the Liverpool Ambulance. The lfall at their . shop in Liverpool-road was always avuil ' able free for charitable functions, j Mrs. Lang was most popular, and her J death, although a happy release, is much j regretted by a large, circle of friends [¿id acquaintances. Mr. Jack Henry. The death hw occurred of Mr. Jack Henry, an q)|! resident of Liverpool, hi Cootamundra- Hospital, due to a fall from a roof. Broken ribs penetrated the lungs and double pneumonia supervened, which caused his death. He was 46 years cf age, awe! leaves two sons to mourn their loss. 9üis only daughter, Olga, pre deceas...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
j 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 die paper (names in capital letters), and be brief and accurate. Be careful to verify all facts, so that the paper will Jiot suffer owing to inaccuracies, and others perhaps be put to inconvenience. - If you like "The News," recom mend it to your friends. |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, SOLICITORS, Wheatleys Bu'ldings. The Crescent, FAIRFIELD. Wteatley's Buildings; Thursday, 2 p.m. ti 5.30; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon; by appointment, 'phone B2531. Cltv Office: 6 Wvnyard-street, corner ol George-stre:t, Sydney.
TROUT CLIMB FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
TROUT CLIMB FALLS. , I A novel sight was witnessed at the1 dam on Monaay afternoon. Trout could be seen climbing the wall from the salt water lo reach the fresh. On Monday during the heavy rainfall hundreds of fish about two inches long fell at Mocrebavik. Residents collected them and placed them in clinch's Pond.
INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
INDECENT LANGUAGE. 1 I At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, Robert Landy was fiaed 6/- for drunk enness, and 20/- for indecent language used In Bigge>-street" Liverpool, on« July ?3. Geoffrey Rossiter Houseman, was fined: 20/- for indecent language at Warwick Farm on July 3. Constable Phillips said defendant got' out of a car he &lt;witness) had stopped at Warwick Farm, and had used the! language. ' ¡ Joseph Sydney Hey was fined 20/- fori indecent language in The Crescent, j Fairfield, on June 5. Evidence was that . . defendant was partly under the lnfiu-i I ence of liquor. j At every trifle ©corn to take offence, i that always shows «tea: pride or little j -Pope.
HIKING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
I HIKING PARTY. A number of Moorebank boys and girls went hiking on Sunday Into the fast nesses of Green Hills. W. Curtis caught a rabbit after a long chase. A flying bul let fired by a memDer of anotner party narrowly missed "Skeeter." Molly spill ed the billy of tea that Peter had boiled. Why docs Jack Eddy carry biscuits?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
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