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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

THEY SÁ Y I (By 'AOB,') That Bruce says the scenery near: Ingleburn station is wonderful, especially when viewed in the early hours of Ute morn lng; and he thinks the girls of that thriving village are very at motive. 'See you I That Bob is cultivating the go.d old I nut grass in his new lawn at the ranch Jin Bigge-street. He says that he will . have a better crop than that on the new. bowling green, as his ls now nearly a foot high, and still going strong. Still, it's a great pastime, trying to pull lt out 1 That Captain Bill has en elastic watch, «mich he specially wears for a competí ion matches, and lt can be suretchpd ten minutes either way, as desired, for an early or late' arrival. Bill says it's Steve's faull, for making those last-minute record-breaking dashes .to Campbelltown. That Gus is conemplating entering politics, and made his first speech at ingleburn on Saturday night last, which the boys all say was most impressive. The orator ls a little hazy as to what he said; ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

"THE NEWS' (LIVERPOOL). TELEPHONE NUMBERS: LIV. 1 7 9. PRINTING, NEWS, and APVTS. LIV. 2 6 2. (MEWS and ADVTS.) Support our Advertisers

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

NO INCREASE in GEODES' ME Macquarie .fust a Few Legs Watton . 6 ¿if ShtraMm Watton .. .. 4fd Mifldk Loja Cb*«« f|J PJttCE of MEAT at T MARKET, Liverpool. Prices Lovely Rolled Roasts from 1/ Fame f * loin lb'. WINTER WINDS "Dry Oat*' Natural Skin Oils and leave your skin Dry and Parched. C-smetici-ns have developed Tissue and Nourishing creams which re place thr-sr natural skin oils and keîp your skir snit ard supple. There are two preparations which we strongly recommend. Muriel Astor Honey and AunondJ&eam, large hettie, 2/ Palmolive Cream Lotion^ price 1/ Shaws ^iiarmacy DISPENSING CHEMISTS, 195 Macquarie St., Liverpool. 'Phone; Liv. 39. BRADLEY'S TAILORED TO MEASURE SUITS ^^^^ pm m GIVE YOU EVEBYTHING THAT COUNTS IN QUALITY TAILORING Perfect .Out, Lntet>t English Styles, Car lect Fit, Homst Workmanship, and Dependable Jiabri s. .EVERY SUIT in Guaranteed INDIVIDUALLY Tailored. BRADLEY'S 8 4/- Suits in All-Wool Warsteds, in Greys, Blues, 4*te£t Blacks and Browns-absol.te'...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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COOKERY CLASSES AT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

COOKEBT CLASSES AT At'Bl'RN. I On Mondays, Tuesdays arid Thurs days, from 7.25 to fl.25 p.m. at the I Evening Domestic Science geliocl. near ! the Auburn Town Hall, «lasses are D-ing ? held for cookery in all Its branches. Good j serving and daintiness are specially em phasised. AU are welcome-no age limit. Free rall passes to all.under 21 vears; half fare concessions to all over 21 years or married. The fee ls only sixpence each week, and unemployed may attend fee. Fe?i ?will be refunded hi October to all who attend Tigukrty. There are many other subjects on the list, and students ar« advised to call on the principal (Miss M. Crouch» at the; school «ny evening mentioned and select those which suit their requirements.

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GREEN VALLEY BENEFIT EVENT A SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

I GREEN VALLEY BENEFIT EVENT A SUCCESS. A very successful benefit for the widow and children of the late Matthew Ken nedy was held on July 2 at the Progress Hall, Green Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Le Gettl arranged the vaudeville programme. The conjuring tricks by Mr. Lc Getti were popular with the Juvenile audience; and suigs and dances rendered by Miss Thelma and Norma Le Gettl and Mrs. V. Le Getti were novel and w^ll perform ed. The Marvo children also gave o pleasing song and tap dance. | The jatter half of the evenivig. was spent in dancing and euchre, Mr. T. Fitzpatrick, the popular M.C., being in charge. Mrs. ls Getti ably supplied the I accompaniments and music. I The prizes for euchre were won by j Mrs. Gibbs 1 and Mrs. Barnett 2; and 1 Mrs. Gibbs 1 and Mrs, Barnett 2. and Mr. V. Le Getti 1 and Mr. Jarvis 2 (gents.). Mr. Anderson .sen., wen the cake donated by Mrs. Barnett; and Miss Watson won the dolls donated by Mrs. Siddall.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advertise ments should reach this office early in the week, to allow time for careful handling and display. Casual advertisements will joe received up to. Wednesday; and urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. Observance iofth% above will be greatly appreciated. ,

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGES TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

The attention of all employers ls drawn to the Special Income and Wages Tax > i Management) Act. winch pr-vides tha.; employe]* are required to dsduct 'Wages Tax' from the earnings oí their em ployees. The salient features of the Act are: The définition ol an 'employee' in cludes any person warfcing under con tract for labor only, and who, to all in. tens and purposes, is an employee. All employers are required to k;ep an employers schedule, setting out the total amount of waga -paid to any particular . pay day, together with the tu al amcunt I of wages tax deducted from tlwir ern-i ployees. Accompanying tire Schedule is a tuil -explanation of the requirements of the Aßt, together wi h a table of rates of tax. Emplcy,?i'j with ten or more taxable ^employees will also be required to ob tain an employers remittance book. On each regular pay day tile amount of tax deduo ed from earnings of employais, to gether with a remittance form, should bs forwarded to the State Commissioner of ...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLUE GUM CREEK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

BLUE GUM CREEK ROAD. In 1935 work was commenced cn the BUM Gum Creek road, between Thirl mere and Burragorang; Valley. However, af er the expenditure of .nearly £4000, the construction of the road was aban doned, and the TH3..M.A. 1s taking the matter up, with a vtw to having the work recommenced. From a tourist's point of view this road ls cf consider able interest! as its construction through to Burragorang to link up with the Cam den and Yerranderie road would cpen up a magnificent round trip , taking in 8ame ft&> mountain and valley scenery. Al ready about nine miles of the road has been formed and cleared, leaving ap proximately ll miles to be constructed.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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HUNDREDS OF HOUSES. CO-OPERATIVE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

HUNDREDS OF HOUSES. I CO-OPERATIVE SCHEME. The Premier (Mr. stevens),, replying to a deputation fiom the Warringah Di rect Transport League at ' Brookvale Council Chambers said that under the co-operative society part oí the Government's housing scheme be- j tween 1000 and 1SÔ0 houses were under v construction, representing a total ..value] of about £1,000.000. v.. These, societies, in the hands of cap able, public-spirited men, provided -a j eystem of easy financing of homes for thc people, Mr. .Stevens said. In Great j Britain the housing plan started from a small beginning, but in 1936 nearly £109,000,000 was spent on home con^ , struction., Tire sante development was possible iji New . South Wales,. and he would like to sse the scheme have sup port.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

SCHOOL REQUISITES. A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST QUALITY ENGLISH-MADE TORCHES anil (BATTERIES cf a J siz.s always in stock. OUR STOCK of SCHOOL REQUISITES REPRESENT WONDBBtfUL VALUE WE ARE S'HL -BUSHMAN'S FRIEND - a Larg¿ Range ci QUALITY fi USU KNIVES, JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY-2008ßOOKS by the Most Popular Authors. Membership 2/-, Exchange 3d. j A. WYCH / 'PHONE: LIV. J 47. MACQUARIE i SU LIVERPOOL. Albert Clyde For Your SUIT TO MEASURE. New Fancy Navy, Black and Grey Worsteds, also Indigo /Serge. Faultlessly Cut ana Finished. Cannot be Beaten at-8 4/ Whippett (rouie) Cycles £5/1 -CASE TERMS - 10/- Dep., 3/6 Weekly Endrick Wheels. Tyres: Duro, Alantic or Spartan. Reynolds Tubing. *. Utility Chain Wheel and Crank. Coventry Chain. Brooks Saddle. Tool Bag, Tools, Oil Can, Pump, and Bell. Prices for Cycle Parts are Going Up, but we are glad to announce a REDUCTON in the price of our Cycles - thanks to the support we have received. G. D. Sheardown CANLEY VALE.

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

D R ES INC SPECIE 201 . We now Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/. »pent, and you can redeem them for Valuable PreienU. YOU CAN NOW SAVE further ligwrimj on your HARDWARE, WE GIVE PAINTS, CROCKERY, etc., by Bu^hg at M.Chri$liansén^Piy.LM. Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL, Tel. Liv. 20. Tel.: Liv. 20. T. P. FITZPATRICK THE MODEL BAKERY, Terminus 'and Scott Streets, Tel.: 38 Liv. LIVERPOOL. OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOR IS QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the BettenBreacjVwith the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL 63. We desire to particularly/ mention that we stock only the Best of^rïi Goods.- Groceries, Dairy Produce, BrknT Pollard, Chaff,'etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED to all Parts of the District. CIVILITY, PJus SERVICE ! MISS M. and E. WINDSOR, IMPERIAL BUILDINGS. SCOTT...

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JOY AT MINTO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

fl JOT AT MINTO. Dairy farmers and Others are over joyed at the recent heaiy'raln, as more than 10 inches have fallen. This viii ensure a gcod spttKg-. much looked for ward t¿ aft sr ¿J m'J-h -*r WMTIW.

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

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SUPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, tey ' ; . BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, y SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire Station), LIVERP0OL, BETTER BOOT REPAIRJ5:/ We Give You thé jQuality as well as Finish it jmr Work. . BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. 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 plug in tune in-Wten in. WE WILL DEMONSTRATÉ GLADLY. P. E. Le MASURI E(p, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, v Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE {GREASING. V/ 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIA/MSON, BAKER'AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL / 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD ^SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED MADE UNDER HYGIENIC CONDI...

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TENNI'S SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

' SOUTHERN* DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. ? A GRADE. Liverpool 2 v Wimbledon (unfinished, June 12).-Mrs. Beveridge and Kirkpat rick v Miss Tuck and Campbell 6/4; Miss Kitcher and Keys v Miss Whitehouse and Blinman 6/5; Webb avid Lomax v Ham Jiion and Campbell 6/2. Won by Liver pool 2, 7/49 to 2/36. Liverpool y Craignish (12 June)-Sorby and Harding v Heeger and Cole 6/2; Marden tiid Miss Keane v Beveridge ana Miss Banns a/a; Smith and Miss An Ishaw v Dunbar and Miss Robinson 2/6; Sorby and Harding v Dunbar and Bev eridge 6/5; Miss Anshaw and Miss i Keane v Miss Robinson and Miss Banks 2/6; Smith and Marden v Dunbar and I Beveridge 4/6; Harding and Miss Keane I v Cole and Miss Banks 6/4; Smith and Maraen v Heeger and Cale 3/6; Sorby and Miss Anshaw v Heeger avid Miss Robinson 3/6. Won by Liverpool, 5/44 to 4/38. Ingleburn v Picton-Daley and Wil liams v Dowse and Brown 1/6; Daley ana Williams v Ashcroft and Monaghan 5/6; Mcilveen and Mcilveen v Ashcroft] ana Monagnan 5/6; Mcilveen and Mc-1 Uv...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INGLEBURN RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

I I INGLEBURN RESIDENTS. Mr.' and Mrs. C. Potter have taken up ] : residence in Ingleburn with-(their tam-1 ilrr Mr. Potter Is' headmaster' of Austral i ! School ; and we hare pleasure In welcom ing him. a;;;) !v~ l.-.miV i.i ''iih l's»ri' ' !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liverpool Golf Club TOPEN-IVES TROPHY, PAR HANDICAP, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

J Liverpool Golf Club TOPEN-IVES TROPHY, PAR HANDI- , CAP, JULY 3. (By "DORMIE.") I Viewing thej*»re board on Saturday evening, quite a different aspect' was ap parent. The usual gocd scorers were very much in absence. The condition cf the fairways called for long driving. Very little run could be obtained, and the shoitest route to the pin was through the air. Good, accurate pitching was required for a one putt, or two, at thc least, for one over par figures, whicn m a necessary soqre to ba ;vi the running at all. The lorié ¿dribble up to the green, which a good mahy of our players em ploy, was a disastrous undertaking, as Judgment of strength on the ¡»ft fair ways was difficult, and to keep them on the line one had to force them. The greens were sticky, also using up a lot of putts, which add up on the card, a¡> well as tee shots. Bruce Wyman, the only player to re turn a plus one, is an improved golfer from last season. Maybe he ls getting more practice, which is essential in ...

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"AFTER HOURS." DISMISSAL UNDER 556A. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

"AFTER HOURS." DISMISSAL UNDER 556A. ' I William Cole was charged at Liver pool Police Court on Monday with fail ure to keep the bar cf Collingwood Hotel, Liverpool, closed during prohibited hours on April 23. Sei geant Chisholm said be entered the hotel by the front door and saw the doors leading to both bars wide open. Voices came from the rear of the bar, where seven or eight persons were seat ed at tables, some drinking. In the bar were two men, drinking beer, and a lady was behind the bar. The men said they lived at Redfern and that they had not been questioned before being served. The lady said,. "You told me you came from Lithgow," which one man denied. The licensee was called and said hu had been upstairs laying some lino. The bar doors were open for travellers, ne said, and he was told he could not leave them open. Sergeant Nagle, of Campbelltown, cor roborated Sergeant Chisholm's evidence. George West, dental practitioner, salo he and Richard Harper went to the col lingwoo...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. 1 Mr. E, Ives, or Ivellly-fitrect, who hag been Ul for some time past, was to en ter hospital this week. . » . Mrs. Metcalfe, of Ingleburn, ls a pa tient in camden Hospital. » » » The many friends of Mr. Syd. stenner, cf Hume Hignway, will be sorry to learn that he is indisposed with an attack of quinsey. . . . Mrs. M. A. Fitzpatrick, of Scott-street, has been ill for th; past week and ls confined to her bed. ? . » Mr. George Greenacre, popular man ager cf tlie NJ3.W. Produce Store, ls spending 'a fortnight's holiday in thc country. . . . Mrs. Rac Fullager, of Casula, is suf fering from a poisoned hand. * . . Mr. and Mrs. J, Lane, of Thelma-st.. have a baby daughter, whom they have tentatively named Patricia. * » ? I We arc pleased to report that Mr. Ward, of Cooner's-avenue, is recovering after a long Illness. * * * After travelling from Melbourne with out a mishap. Mr. Dick Richardson, of Moorebank, had thc bad luck to be bog I ged in his own back yard, and now has b...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL." Review of the July Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937

I "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL." Review of the July Issue. 1 Variety in styje and setting ls a fc* ture of the many stories contained In the July issue of "The Australian Journal." rho colorful and pH ure^jue city of Panama forms the background f:r "Pa namanian Night," a clever rrmince by bbc noted New Zealand authcr. John Guthrie. In "Death of a Rich Ai'stla. lian" Rex Grayson confronts his detec tive with a baffling mystery on fo-rard s yacht anchored In a little Soul b cf Eng and harbour, while the scene for Fran ois J. Moon's hilarious comedy, "Lucky Day." is a procession and shew in a small country town. Places as varied :.«! cities, the outback country cf Aus tralla, and even the unexplored wJds oí Malaya, are covered in stories by Hen riette Gordon, Nevill? Lyons, Myra Mor ris, Louis Kaye, Alan Connell, B:ryl dray. Alan Hill and others. In « he feature pages two finí knitting designs are outstanding, and interesting and informative articles covsr a wide tange of household topics. ...

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

WAGES TAX. DUTIES AND LIABILITIES OF EM PLOYERS UNDER THE SPECIAL IN COME AND WAGES TAX (MANAGE MENT) ACT, 1936. NOTICE ls hereby given to every em ployer (whether in business« or other wise) that he ls required to collect "Wages Tax" item each cf lils employ ees earning £2 or more in any one week The tax ls payable upon wages, allow ances, etc., paid, credited or allowed on, or after 1st December, 1933, av.d should be collected by the employer at the time cf payment of wages, etc. RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS: Every employer is required to keep the following records: 1. A record of wages showing all , payments, amounts credited or al lowances made by him to his em ployees. Full details of the parti culars to be contained in the re cord cf wages are set out in ins Employer's Schedule referred to hereunder. 2. An Employer's Schedule (which will be supplied free cf charge) showing the total number of em ployees from whom Wages Tax is collected, the total number of em ployees from w...

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