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Farewell Social. To Miss Vera Munday. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
i . Farewell Social. i To Miss Vera Munday. I Over 100 friends gathered at St. Mary's j Convent last Thursday evening to hid farewell to Miss Vera Munday, who will shortly be entering St. Vincent's Sisters of Charity, potts Point. During the evening the pupils and Sisters cf St. Mary's presented Miss Mun day with a handsome fountain pen. 1'he items rendered by Misses Jean O'Brien, Francis, Smith, and Mildred Murray fsongs), avid Mr. Terry Fitzpat rick (recitations) were well received. The remainder of the evening was occupied In dancing. A delightful supper'was served by thc sisters.
Good Eyes, and Health. (No. One of Series.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
Good Eyes, and Health. (By Dr. I. Crawford. Opometrlq and Optician, Church-st., Parramatta.) j (No. One of Series.) How few of us ever stop to think of the relation between good eyes ani good health ? In spîe of the fact that we would part with almost any member of the body rather than our eyes, we abuse and neglect our eyesight mora than any othnr human function. We know that eyestrain is often responsible for head ache!; and nervous spells. For other ail men s we run to the doctor on the slightest provocation. We are even learning to make regular visits to Ute dentist. Why do we not as regularly .have our eyes eamined by competent authority ? If ws lose a leg or an arm we can have it replaced by an artificial member .hat rs really quite useful. Store teeth are not half bad, and cannot ache. Glass eyes, however, are not noted as t>?lng particularly useful. Wc are living at a fearful pace as compared with our ancestors, cf even a few centuries back. We get more out of our brief s...
FOOTBALL. WILLOUGHBY TEAM'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
FOOTBALL. WILLOUGHBY TEAM'S VISIT. | Be/ore a large crowd ai Me military oval, Liverpool, on Sunday, .a strong team from Willoughby met a good loca^ tliirleen. Some fast and open play was witnessed, the visitors revealing good combination and great pace. Mr. Dave Gold had the whistle. ., Scorers for Liverpool: F. Thorne (three 1 tries) avid J. Smith (two goals;. Following are the fixtures for Liver pool, to be played on Camp oval:-Sun day, July 18, Liverpool v North Sydney; Sunday, July 25, Liverpool v Fresh Food and Ice Co.; Sunday, August 8, Liver pool v Guildford. SOUTHERN MATCHES. j George Hook's' penalty goal was the | only score when Camden successfully defended its challenge cup against Pic. ton on Sunday, after an exciting game. Corrimal footballers w:ll visit Camden on Sunday to meet (¡he tricolors. Kick off at 3.10 p.m. The four Wollondilly clubs-Camden, Picton, Campbell own and Thirlmere- j will be se,°n in action on Camden Show ground on Saturday week, July 17, in a I on...
Manslaughter Charge Youth Committed For Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
Manslaughter Charge Youth Commit-ed For Trial. At the conclusion of an Inquest held a Camden courthousa cn Friday, the District Coroner &lt;Mr. H. E. Kelloway) committed Trevor James. Jenes, aged 17 years, of Canley Vals, for Ulai on a cnaigs cf mansAughter. The inquiry was in cennee ion with the lata] shooting of Neville Richard Greentree, aged 16 years, of Orangeville, cn May 10, last, when the two youths were alone on the farm. \ Ten witnesses gave evidence and the cass las cd all day. ' Detective-sergeant John McCarthy, of Parramatta, said that at about 10,30 p.m. cn Moy 10 last, in company with I Detective Flint, he visited Camden ' Folice Station. Later, he proceeded to the Camden morgue, where he made an '. examination of the budy of deceased, Neville Greentree. I "I noticed a mark on his right jaw and a puncture over the right breast," . continued Detective-sergeant MoCarthy. "I returned to Camden Police Station and I read a statement made by Trevor Jones to Constabl...
HORSE FORM. May end in Disaster 11 Connections push Po[?]ley Bridge to his Limit. Next Saturday, Cast-offs of Turf in £2500 Grand National Steeple. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
?lt'!! ¡«i ? >, ? l>'-: HORS E F OHM,I By TOM ELLI». , J Way end in 'Disaster ll Connections -pw* .Pasley Bridge ta lils 1 Im». Next Saturday, Cast-offs « f Turf in £2500 "Grand Nu. ional j steeple. We are getting more newsibajjer warn ings -noe io touch' Talking lb nis -«pring races, t or lear we snould barn our fin- J gers. The -owner's warninlj ls that it| is uncertain how lie will dome through. l¿s preparation. Anything might liap , pen, he avers. Well, oil course, he is item at th. I. Anything might happen I to any horse geUing "ready Ijr spring events; but way should it happen to Talking any more tiran any otlur spring candidate ? Personally, I generally ad vise against blind plugges so long before big races. .Even a trainer can know lit le of « herse's presp-cis at this -stage,: when most .of the Cup horses have barely; broken even time in their track work.' None of them, with the exception of. Mala, nave galloped as fast as a steeple-: chaser could, ..go on th; flat. M...
UNPAID RATES, £2,617,000 PROBLEM FOR THE COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
j UNPAID RATES, £2,617,000 i PROBLEM *X)R TUE COUNCILS. It was stated in the Press that rate payers of the Erina Shire were in arreara to the extent of £70,000. Tills scorns an extraordinarily large indebtedness, but arrears in certain municipalities exceed that amount. Tile total amount owing to local governing toadies in rates is £2,t>17,000. It will cerne as a surprise, even to municipal councils that have been troubled by negligent ratepayers, that in Canterbury the arrears amount to £157,511, and in Bankstown the total is £107,289. MONEY OUTSTANDING. Following is a list of 'outstanding rates: Municipalities: Canterbury, £i57,511; Banksi-own, £107,289; Willoughby, £53. 01«; Hurstville, £50,270; RocKdale, £47. 577; Ryde; £39,380; Randwick, £38,262; Ku-ring-gai, £36,721; Kcgaiah. £35,735; Lane Cove, £35,414; Lidcombe, £31,113; Bexley, £25,739; Auburn, £24,688; Mar rickville, £22.543; Parkes, £22,049; Man ly. £21,515; North Sydney, £19,094; Mos man, £18.888; Albury, £18.236; Ale...
TAXATION SUBTERFUGE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
TAXATION SUBTERFUGE. I (To the Editor.) Sir,-I recollect attending a meeting of shire councillors and engineers at Lis more, some years s.vice, at which tha nnancing of road constnicticn and main tenance was exiiaustively discussed. It J was agrcea that tne prevailing practice cf raismg all -funds to finance the build ing and maintenance of shire roads by laang the unimproved capital value of land only was one-sided and inadequate; I that those who used the roads most ¡ should contribute most to their upkeep; that the only effective and practical way to cause triode who wore the roads away mosi to contribute hi proportion- to their upkeep was a tax on petrol. A resolution was carried somewhat to the above effect, requesting the Federal Government to collect 3d. per gallon on petrol through the Customs and distri I butt' it to tue shires and municipalities ' and such public bodies throughout the continent. The original tax was ld. per gallon for revenue purposes only. From the offici...
Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
Liverpool ^nnto Club, Following are Ute draw and the team» foi comp« t Won matches on Saturday next, 10th, and for ladies' mid-week matches cn Wednesday next, 14th: Al v Picton, and Ingleburn v A2 (nb alteration in teams) ; A reserve 1 a bye; Glenfield v A reserve 2 (ladies, Mrs. Brumby and Mrs. Roberts); Hillview v B team (no alteration) ; "B reserve v Hill view (ladies, Mi's. R. Dunbar and Miss C. Thomson). Ladies' Mid-week.-Liverpool 1 a bye; Rhine Erin v Liverpool 2. The ladies' No. i team did not play their match against Campbelltown on Wednesday of last week owing to the damp state of the courts; but the No. 2 team, who journeyed to Campbelltown, played their match against Presbyterian I and just managed to run out winners] by the narrow margin of one game. The No. 2 team is now well rn the running, and, if lt can hold the position it is now in, with only two or three matches to go it should win the event. Ideal weather greeted the resumption of play in the mixed competitions ...
[?]HION HINTS. [?] SCREEN PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
flB^raUBEN WÎBSONAUTIES, On^BBthe loveliest of Ute new spring gownjMas worn recently by Jeanette MacD^B'd.. M-G-M singing star. The goww^H draped model, was fashioned fromj|^Bt'y-Plt]k chiffon. About the low neckl^Hwas a garland of apple blos eomsf^Hdeep pink. and burgundy, and fashioj^B from diminutive sea shelis bits of jad^Hffved as the leaves. King^fclue is the new favorite coior of MyrnBj'0/. M-G-M star, who is buy ing her^Bwfrobe for spring with an eye to this «B\for accessories. This part icular bluÄTriglnated In honour of the coming cwrw is a light version of "electric" brSL nutß°Pular several season's ago. Miss Löym p¿#rnblning it in bags, gloves, and showfwi^h pagan wlrite and shades of chartreiBtm'gid yellow. Clever acx;essoi*lfcdaj(or Hie coming spring and summer se*m'a have been ad opted by Julie Haydoñ^¿.i.G-M featured player. The 6ets, fashioned from bright paisley silks, Include hatti gloves, oags and scarves. * Wear a sweater and skirt to that next formal. Granted i...
WELL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
Tile clergyman was about to christen the baby. "You may gTow up to be an admiral ' of the fleet or a gf.ieral in the army, or you may become Frimc Minister." Then, turning to the mother, he said. "And what is the rhild's name?" ?Mir- 'li- n-.-"in v-rPi.-i.
HOCKEY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 8 July 1937
! HOCKEY TEAM. The following team will represent Liv erpool against Waverley, at Liverpool, nest Saturday: Goal. J. Driscoll; full-b-acks. K. Mul linger and R. Mc Vicker; halves. Atkins. W. Harman and L. B'.acklow; forwards. Keato. McCooee. Randell. C. Thorn, and E. Thorn. Erneraericics, L. Jones and E. Ward. ^
Liverpool Golf Club FOURSOME CHAMPIONSHIP AND HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
Liverpool Golf Club ! FOURSOME CHAMPIONSHIP AND HANDICAP. (By "DORMIE.") THC glorious weather prevailing induc ed most club members to enjoy tnav must sociable event, the foursomes. Unless I players can team well with their part neis and be accustomed to each others play the strokes are apt to accumulate m an alarming manner and the card is locking sick before getting out of the i paadOik-mat is the first four holes. Anything over 29 and you will have to I be near par figures for Uie next s:x holes Ito turn icr home with a hope. J. Stewart regained his old form ana ' is now playing good golf; he and Ern Webb did 'li orf tue stick, less 13, net til, I to win. W. Ireland and E. Rowe 87 (20) ' 67, T. Hamer and C. Hunt 82 (15) 67, J. Binnie and K. Anderson 88 (19) 69, J. watson and J. Jussup 84 (14) 90, T. Prince and J. Prince 83 til) 72, Macna mara and J. Roberts 91 (19) 72, E. Browne and D. Buggie 84 (ll) 73, C. Ireland and R. Chitty 94 (21) 73, C. W. Clink and H. Jackspn 87 (13) 74, ...
Hammondville Show. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
Hammondville Show. A lady's vest made entirely from the fur of Angora rabbits bred on the set- I tlement and -woven in the home of one j . of the settlers was one of the many strik ing exhibits at thc Hornmondville Agri cultural and Horticultural show on Sat urday. There were l£2 separate entries ^rojtt- thei. 95 ^cottages? at the settlement,; ccvering^the agricultural, horticultural and domestic activities of the 190 adults and 400 children who now comprise the population. Canon R. B. S. Hammond stated at the prize-giving that the hundrebh cottage at the settlement would be completed in a few weeks' time. A prize of five guineas had been offered' to the farm showing the greatest advancement during the forthcoming year. An inspection of,the competing holdings would be made, and their present condition noted, so that, at the end of 12 months, their progress might be gauged. A prize for the best essay on "What I would do on my holding if I had £50" 1 was won by Mr. W. Sutherland, and ...
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
tHEY SAY4 (By 'ACE ') j That eec tod bi« team mates ore (to be congratulate on winning thu A arada | competition, »nd so far without losing a match; but look out for Archie and his merry men on Saturday, as Archiej na than in tip-top ioi-m and expects tv> avenge his crushing defeat in th firs: round. * . . That Captain Prank is ai'sp receiving congratulations on a new member, toin ing his team-and Ifs a bay. tool And is Prank porud? I'll tell the woild. * . * / That Eric Pnny has taken to -the nush bike for training, and his dasih to Ingle, j burn an* back on Sunday morning last was made in fine time. /Eric savs it is | a better idea than Mac's/who pushes his I little "mo-bike" about ti keep in trim, i * » » Th«t Randell amf Bill put up a gveat performance on Saturday last, whon thev presented the PicUm gents, with a pair of 'monocles' to like home. Alf Dowse faid it was the tir t he had received for a long time, $nd would be a good souvenir cl his trip to Liverpool * » * That wh...
DEAD LETTERS RETURNED. Valuables Worth £35,000. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
DEAD LETTERS "RETURNED. Valuables Worth £35,000. . Francis M. Kelly, an overseer in the dead letter section of the mails branch of the Sydnsy General Post Office, in evidence before the Commonwealth Pub he Service Arbitrator (Mr. C. J. West hoven) said that in the year which i ended on June 30 last money and valu- ¡ ables worth £35,000 had been returned to the rightful owners by the dead letter office. Th« money and valuables were found in unclaimd and mis-addressed postal articles, which were forwarded to the dead letter office from various post offices In Kew South Wales. Money in dead letters, for which owners could not bs found, amounted to abaut £8/10/. or £4 a week. Approximately 1,000.000 or 1.125,000 postal articles came into the dead letter office in the course of a year. In efforts to trace senders reîterence was usually matte to the Bocal postmaster or tocal bank manager.
Lucky Country Baby. WINS £1000 PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
Lucky Country Baby. * WINS £1000 PRIZE. | There was great ¡excitement iii the small country town of North Gairloch, Ingham, Queensland. Little Elizabeth Gilbey, who is enly two years ct age, was presented with a ticket from her cousin, and with this ticket she won the first prize of £1000 in a w'll-knowii art union. "We had forgotten all about it until the telegram boy came with the won derful news," wrote her mother. "You can imagine what a great lift in life ¿his was for us. as we are all working on a sugar farm in this district. Strangely enough, country people have jcen extraordinarily lucky' in these art unions, although 'not. so fortunate in the lotleiy. In two previous art unions the first prizes went to the country. Mrs. Marks, of Coolamon, won a prize worth C1000. and Mrs.4 Koch, of Bunnaloa, N.S.W., won the £1000 last year. If you have b?en unlucky in the past, and feel V°ur luck may change as you1 .ead thes« true experiences, clip out this j paragraph and posi. it to the ...
POLICE CHOIR. Concert at Liverpool. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
POLICE CHOIR. Concert at Liverpool. A musical treat was given the people oí Liverpool in the Town Hall on Tues day evening by the NJS.W. Police Cnoir, in aid oí the Methodist Young people's Club. There was a very goad attend ance the the rounds of applause showeu keen appreciation of the items. The programme comprised choruses, part songs, vocal solos, cornet solos, imper sonations and recitations, and all were of high standard. Mr. W. N. Watt, secretary of the CIUD, proposed a vote of thanks to the artists and patrons.