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NEW AMBULANCE FOR LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

NEW AMBULANCE FOB LIVERPOOL-, ! Al a meeting of Liverpool District Am bulance Committee last Monday, it was decided that a new waggon be purchased for Liverpool Ambulance Station. The order lias already been placed, and when completed, the waggon will be equipped wiln all tile latest innovations.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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[?]TORIST AT COURT. [?]RUN CASE ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

»TORIS! AT COURT. rSUN CASE ALUCGEU. BeforeHff- Biles, at Liveipool Court on MoîidaRSdwli) Eastham was chaiged with havmg^iVIed to stop afier au ac cident and w!rç»negligeiK driving of a motor car, on rÄWjl .11, on Hume High Blcbard Janies iwaron gave evidence that at 5.45 on Aprk ll he was a fassenger lil a car.dju*n by a Mr. Wea ver wawi another car Voiced them «fi i tlie road. It was travelluig bstwcn 35 and 40 m.p.h. It lut I tile rear mud I guard of a car in front/ and ¡.hen came back and hit the front mudguard of thc same car. Witness too i the number ot ? the cur, which did noe stop, and wit I ness' car chased it tout could not catch : Kenneth Weaver, driver of the previ ous witness' car, corroborated this evi I dence. He said he could not identify thu driver of the car. Mrs. Hilda May ©'Regan, driver oi the car Wirich was .struck, said she wai travelling at 25 m.pii., when another car bumped into her car on the driver's side. It did not stop, and she could not iden tify the ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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LIVERPOOL RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

LIVERPOOL RAINFALL, Thc showground report show's .that 201 points of rain fell during. tile month of June, 1936, and 977 points fell during June, 1S37. This is the heaviest fall of ram recorded for any one month for the past 10 years at Liverpool. i

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RAYNER WINS. HENNE[?]ERRY BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

RAYNER WINS. I HENNEBEBHY BEATEN. \ The main boxing contest, of 15 rounds, i at the Lsichliatdt Stadium last night, between Fred Henneberry, thc former Australian middle-weight champion, and I Max Rayner, af Liverpool, holder of the State title, went the full distance, when I Hie referee awarded the decision lo Ray ner. I The weight of both men was t tated to I be Hst. Bib. The two ' ope.ung rounds were evin, each man watcliiug for an I opening. Henneberry took thc initiative I in the third round and led until the sixth, which wa6 Rayner's; Henneberry appeared to nave the better of thc con test for the next three or four rounds, though his form seemed much below that displayed hy Wm when previously in Ute ring. Henneberry stopped a heavy jab lo the face in the 13th round, and this made I Iiis nose bleed. He said afterwards thal tliis was the only effective blow landen by Rayner. The 14th round went to Rayner, who stood up gamely to vigor ous efforts hy Henneberry to secure a knock-o...

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HERE AND THERE WIRELESS SET STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

««ERE AND ' THERE WIRELESS SET £ TO LEW, A mantle wireless set was stolon, from ; Miss Harrison's snpp, Macquarie-street, | Liverpool, on Friday afternoon. The cul prit appw^ntly walkett in between 4 p.m. to G p.m., cut the wires and made off i without the set without .beuig seen.

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SEARCH FOR CHINESE. Alleged Prohibited Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

SEARCH FOR CHINESE. Alleged Prohibited Immigrants. Police at Liverpool and Burwood spent most of Friday and tliat night searcniiig tor several Chinese who are allcg d tj be prohibited iirunigra nfs. Elev .MI Cir II j ese were reported to have lett Melbourne A report by Constobb Ctaushaw. w"io was on duty tn the police box at the Warwick Farm railway crossing cn \h? Great Western road, started .he search. He saw some Chinese being driven eve -, th.? crossing In a taxi-cab early in the: afternoon, and as police on ti-1 main highways from the various capitols had been Instructed to Interview Chinese who appeared - o be travelling overland to Sydney, he at once reported the mat ter. " A police car overtook the Uxi between Parramatta and Burwood. The driver was asked to stop, and In Chinese were questioned. The taxi driver told the police tim .earlier in the day a motor car contain ing B number of Chines? had arrive! in Liverpool. They were said to have driv en tram Melbourne, via Albury...

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Happiness Club Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

Happiness Club Dance. A large crowd attended the dance in the Town Hall on Saturday night, held by the Happiness Club. Mr. Terry Fitz patrick was M.C. and Mr. Geo. Tree's or chestra supplied the music. The prin cipal winners were Mrs. Sowter (Ash field), Mrs. Pantlin, Mr. Seaton, ana others. The members of tile club served a delightful supper. Visitors were pre sent from Eastwood, Guildford, Fairfield, Lidcombe, Ashfield, and surrounding districts. , The club'6 next dance will be held on August 28. The secretary wishes to hear from the person who left his ccat at the hall. Novelty winners were Miss Middleton and Mr. G. Anderson < mystery bad dance), Mrs. Pantlin and Mr. Stanton (Mente Carlo), and Mr. Donoghue (lucky door). Printed .and .published at "The .Biz" Newspaper Office, Smart-street, .Ealr fleld, New South Wales, by the pro. prietor, W. J. Bright. . ,.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

RECONDITIONED and USED MOTORCYCLES MOTOR CYCLES OF ALL MAKES TO CHOOSE FROM. AT THE SAME PRICE YOU WIR PAY IN THE C1TYV We are DISTRICT AGENTS î/r the following MOTOR CYCLÇB RUDGE A. J. S NORTON NEW IMPERIAL VELOCETTE wT/T PANTHER INDIAN TRIUMPH WARATAH. Watson & Hilloyle HIGH STREET- LIVERPOOL. Telephone: Liverpool 210. chiicù HEALTH/ ê Motlier:-Ruard these kiddies from ill ness whicli, in their tender years, usually arises from constipation. At tile firet sign ol' constipation give them Figsen - the gentle, natural laxative. Kiddies love Filsen because it is so easy to take; they chew them like lollies. J-'ieifn is good for both young and old. Tin of 34 Tablets.i/j A.T. MUR«AY,«.P.S. CITY PRICE CHEMIST Phone 223 LIVERPOOL SPECIAL DRAUGHT ALE Brewed by Tooth and Co/, Limited, Sydney, Australia, and BOT^EDrBY CHARLIE! F/E ARN, HOTEL LIWiRPOOL, LIVERPOOL. Telephone : Liverpool II!. SUBSCRIBERS TO '«THE NEWS" Subscription to "The Liverpool News" is 5/- per annum in advance, .p...

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HOUSE PARTY. Success at Prestons. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

: ;- I HOUSE PARTY. I Success at Prestons. A successiui caro party was neid at the home of Mrs. Cook. Beech-road, Prestons, to swell the^unds of the bach- I elors' ball, to be held on July 10 In Pres- I tons Hall in aid of Liverpool A.L.P. fighting funds. Supper, served in the . breakfast rosm cn white and blue clotns. I with log firer, made a very pretty set- [ ting. PriÉe winners during the evening i were Mr. J. Hayden (gent's). Mrs. O'Brien (lady's), and Mr. Dunn (choco lates). A surprise of the evenin» was the valuable boboy prizes won by Mr. Bill Morris and Mrs. J. O'Neill. Amcng those present were the presi dent (Mr. W. Morris) and secretary (Mr. J. O'Neill), of Liverpool AL.P. All kindly donated their prizes back to tile fund. It ii^ ile intention of the spinsters of Predtöns to organise a dance to beat the - bachelors' record for Liverpool A.LP. I

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HUME HIGHWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

I - ! HUME HIGHWAY. The -complaint ol a Press correspon dent, tb it. tile Department cf Main Roads appeared to have made 'a gravo mis ake' in banking the edges cf a con crete section of the Hume Highwav. near Maralan is .dented by the department. 'Workmen iiave ploughed out a furrow of hard packed soil from the edges.' the correspondent added, 'and have replaced Jt with soft turf. The recent rains have ?reduced äüs to mud. Tris conditi-n cf the road was indirectly tile c3use of a 1 --mesh near ijetppirgton on Sunday, June 13." Tt\" department states that heavy rains soddened the section of the work refer, red tc. but drains were1 made o im- | prcve lt. i

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P. & C. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

P. & C. SOCIAL. The ladies of the Liverpool Parents ! and Citizens' Association held a .social,1, I'Evening ¿1 the School oí ¡Artí iast: week 1 I Sames were 'keenly xn joyed by ;a large. J attendance.' The^ (jroceeds will be do-1 nated to the juvenile ball funds. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

Church Services. "NOTE-Changa of these 'notices must reach this office on Monday. . CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday services, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wednesday Evening meeting, 9 p.m., In the Church edifice, Smith-street. Reading Room, smith-street. Hours: Monday to Friday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. ST. LUKE'S PARISH, LIVERPOOL. Rector: Rev. R. Harley-Jones, Th. Sch. Next fiunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, LIVERPOOL. Rev. Fr. McCormick, P.P. Eev. Fr. Leen. BAPTIST CHURCH. Comer Norfolk and Castlereagh Sts. -Sunday next.-ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Junior CE. 10 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. Holy Communion each Sunday morn ing and third Sunday night. Wednesday.-Prayer Meeting. Pastor A. A. Whale, Baptist Theolog ical College, 40 Charlotte-st., Ashfield. ?PRESS VT BRIAN CHURCH. Sunday next-Liverpool ll a.m., 7 pta. Glenfield, 3.15 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH, LIVERPOOL. Next Sunday-ll aJn. and 7.15 p.m. THE SALVATION ARMY. Northumberland-st., Liverpool. 7 a.m. Pr...

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ON THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

ON THE WAV. j The missionary was interested in his .'.mew job. ?< .'" "I suppose ycu've spent ail your life .- here?" he asked jacky. ??'.'??ri- < ' Jacky scratched ivis head over this for - a v.-hile and re-plifi "NJ; ;-ct. bos.*."

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Approval of Contract. A CAMPBELLTOWN PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

Approval of Contract. { A CAMPBELLTOWN PROPERTY. | I Mrs. M. E. Harvey Brown, late of Blair Athol, Campbelltown, who left an estate ' of £8000 by her will, gave the inccme therefiom to her sisters, Mrs. Baker, whom sire appointed sole trustee, and Miss Ailsa Kidd Brown, with remainder as to half to Mrs. Brown's children, and as to the other half as Miss Brown should deed or will appoint. The matter was before the Equity j Court in Sydney last week. The principal asset in the e< ate of testatrix Is the Campbelltown property oi Blair Athol, consisting of. 240 acres, on which there is a large residence and two collages. Under the will, tte trus tee was directed to sell and invest the procees in Commonwealth bonds or stock and in no other form of Investment. Blair Athol had been advertised exten sively for salí, and a contract had now been entered into, conditional on the Court's approval, to sell for £7000. In p~rt payment the trustee had agreed to take a cottage property a ...

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CLOCKS AS 'MENACES.' [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

CLOCKS AS 'MENACES.' Clocks attached high up -o the facades I of building; in America are now listed las menaces to road safety. Drivers are apt o lcok up to them and crash Into : sprnec-ne ahead. This ls the contention j of ttjï authorities.

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Co-op. Building Society. PROPOSED CAMPBELLTOWN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

Co-op. Building Society. I PROPOSED CAMPBELLTOWN I BRANCH. Thc Mayer ol -Campbelltown (Alder man Westbury), after discusing the Co-operative Building scciety scheme with he town clerk, decided that such a proposal would in all probability meet . with the approval of district residents. To-further the pro.(°ct the town clerk has written to he Regiilrar rf CD operative Societies, requesting that ah .officer be made available to go to Camp belltown and address a public meeting, I explaining the objects of the . scheme, ! with he idea of forming a branch in I that district. » The easiest end best way to expand J the chest ls to have a large heart In it.

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Driving Under Influence. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

! Driving Under Influence. j ¡ Reginald Ambrose Scott, 34, was pro ceeded against at Liverpool Police Doun on Monday on a charge ci having driven a motor car orr Hume Higaway. Liver pool, on July 3, while under the influence cf liquor. He pleaded guilty and was fined £5. Pclice alleged that defendant was driving erratically. At Liverpool Police Court on Monday. William Carl Houseman was charged with having driven a motor lorry ta Liverpool-read. Waiwick Farm, on July 3, while under the influence of intoxi cating liquor. He pleaded guilty. The police slated that defendant was thick hi tpeech and very unsteady on Iiis feet. =i Defendant said he had been ill with the "flu: He was fined £5: '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

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FORMER M.L.C. IN CAR SMASH. Wife and Son Also Injured. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

FORMER M.L.C. IN CAR SMASH. Wife arti Son Also Injured. Mr. Arthur Yager, a former M.L.C.. his wife (Mrs. Jane Yager), and their son (Jack Yager), were injured on Sun day when a motor car capsized seven miles 'from Camden. Three others in thp car escaped injury, but the car was wrecked. Mr. and Mrs. Yager were taken to Camden Dinrict Hospital, suffering from cuts and bruises, but their son, who re ceived similar but less serious Injuries, was allowed to leave. II ! *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

CONSULT -i John V. TULLY F.R.E.I. I FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTrrÁJTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK ^SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Td-plionc: Liverpool 247. / ADVICE CIVEN respecting all Prop rt/ Vattertj^tock Sales, Tniekins 'anj General Auction Information. .' CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft & Sons, pigiw. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET the MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons steck t'wc meats Sue i as s and any Partly Test ! Ker? ar ? those stock-, a*ood jULgcs say, Can ea'i'y excel thc/rest. f<eal)y the Primest ada Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks, rresh meats that a* tender and :u'cy Thy mik.? froinXhe Asher "fi blicks 'Ti- alwaysMhis PÍpular Meat Mart Supplie? ybutffc Primest of Meat ! So, when ASHCROFT & SONS arc your BUTCHERS, You get Meats you Can Really Eat ! G. N. SUTTOR, THE LIVERPOOL BAKE HIGH-CLASS CAKES, PASTRY, AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. CHOICE CONFECTIONERY. ...

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