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ROSSMORE CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

J;>^B0SSBIÓR& CVÇÇING CLftB'Ägt opened their 1937 road season, with a 5-mile handicap race on Saturday, Arpril 17. Results: Bert Kable (1.0) 1; Ossie cow an (.30) 2; Greg Moffat (.35) 3. Ossie Cowan also secured fastest time.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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INDECENT BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

INDECENT BEHAVIOUR. Charged -with having behaved In an indecent manner in Bigge-strect. Liver pool, on April 18. Norman Leslie Lee. 57. was fined £1. and for drunkenness he was fined 10/-, at Liverpool Pcl'.ce Court on Monday. Charles John Sheppard. 3'J. was fined 30/- for indecent behaviour in Moorp. street. Liverpool, on April 1" The nolle I said defendant y-as un-lei 'n-1 mei'^e» | ' of ll'iu?r _ _ _

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PARK IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

v.J. PASK, U^BQ VEMÉXTS. pool Council, on Tuesday night, that ornamental trees be placed around Bigge Park and a hedge around the bowling green; also a gate to Casula Park.-The cost of the trees and hedge «dil toe ob tained for next council meeting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

$ier Tel. LiKI T. P. F V THE M Terminus *"> Tel.: 38 Liv. OUR CONSTANT fNDEAVOR JÍ QUALITY Ours is the Be^ter^ptead with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW, 1937, and Other Years. .ESTABLISHED 189« MURRAY'S BREAD v SPEAKS FOR /FSELF. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and Quality. Tel. 433C /George St.-, Liverpool. No connection with any other firm. RELIEF COUPONS ACCEPTED. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produced Merchants, RAILWAY STORES, Scott Sj^eet, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: PIVERPOJÉL 63. We desire to rArticuIafly mention that we stock only the Best** all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produce, BRUI, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED to all Parts of the District.

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HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

HAPPINESS CLUB TENNIS. Further play in the singles champy*.» ship took place on Sunday, when A~ Vas- 1 coe defeated E. Cronin, 6-2, 6-0.> 6-0.

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HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

HOCKEY. The meeting, arranged for Thursday night last, to re-form the hockey cluo, did not attract many supporters, for various reasons, so lt was decided to ad journ till Sunday morning. At the further meeting on Sunday it was decided to enter a team in the com petition. Other details were left to a meeting next week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

TO ADVERTISERS. Monday next being Anzac Day holiday, we shall be pleas ed if advertisers will prepare their copy earlier than usual. MISSES DEVLIN FOR FINE ORDER DRESvSMJrtCING DAY ANDI EVEJnNG GOWNS. SPOWTSXVEAR, etc SPECIALISml^N BRU)AL WORK. 301 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL. r<>pli:<::<. L'vtrvwi J"n.

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WHO DID IT? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

WHO DID IT? Trie large cap on top cr one ot tile pillfrs at the Commercial Bank corner was found lying on the grcund inside the fence on sunday morning. The cap ls over two feet- -square. - of bricks and cement, and would not be easily moved from its portion F-«erynne I? wnnrtpr- ! ing vir pjshf 1 ' ¡'fl

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FOOTBALLERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

FOOTBALLERS' MEETING. The Liverpool Blues will hold their initial meeting in the School of Alts to night (Thursday). The Sunday matches I »t Th* nunn "H! inmnvn-t >h--'i;

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GOLF CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

GOLF CLUB DANCE. The date of the golf club dance has been altered to May ll. Instead of May 16 as advertised

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. J. William», Shire Clerk, of Nepean, to enjoying his accrued leave, but re turns lui- Uie monthly meeuugs of me oounoll. Mrs. A. Locker, of Liverpool, recently suffered a bereavement, in the death of her mother, Mrs. Power, of Adaminaby. Hie .popular railway portnr, Mr. Ron Clarke, who last December was trans ferred from Liverpool to the South Coast, spent the week-end at Liverpool visiting his cid friends. Miss Joyce Baird, of Liverpool, who has bren surfe.lng with a septic threat, is well egain. Mr. Jack Smith, of the Liverpool Am bulance s arl, ls now enjoying his long service laave. Miss Jean Battye, of Northumberland rtreej;, Liverpool, who has been on the sick Hst fer sorr;? time, is now g.-eaty imf r . ved in health, and will again soon be taking an active interest in the social life of the town. Mr. Jack Davies, of Casula, a memW3r of Perramatta Rugby Union team, had the misfortune t> seriously injure his knea whilst training with the team, with the resu...

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Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

Livcnwoíleoúritii TUESDAY mouth MEETING, Aid. J. P. de Meyrifk (Mayor) and Aid. Nicholls, inguaifi, pratt, oreen, Haerse, bunt, AsncrofV t pabrís, Childs, and Haworth w¿ie prisent, at Liverpool Council meeting on Ti&esday night. The Department of Cabar and Indus try wrote asking council to furnish an undertaking to expand 1 proceeds of sale of Casula Park timber ln the construc tion of a fence around! casula Park. Council agreed to the request. Tile Secretary for Rjallways advisod that portion of the picltet fence adjcia ing the Railway Tennisf court was to be removed. j The manager, Stafaf Labor Exchange, wrote asking, in cojmectlon with work i proposed to be undertaking by council under the »LMSTÄovernment (Further Agreement)j|Rct, tlïe date of commence ment of jpf&k, number to be employed, and lahMT exchange from which men were to btómíi'awn .-To/oe supplied, and coun cU^ptends to employ local men (about Smlien), and conimence as early as pos-¡ t'.^lie Lands Depar...

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Ingleburn Council MUCH USEFUL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

Ingleburn Council MITCH USEFUL BUSINESS. There were present at last meeting cl Ingleburn Municipal Council, Aldermen C. C. Murray (Mayor), G. H. Naylor, C. Luff, iW. G. Hosking and H. J. Maze. An apology for non-attendance was received from Aid. H. H. Bainbridge. The Mayor moved that letters of sym "uthv be forwarded to the relatives of the late Miss L Trueman, Mr. P. She rack, and Mr. A. Sindel.-Carried, all present standing. An application to build was receiveo from F. Juniel, dwelling, Fields-road, £120, which was approved when plans amended to meet requirements. TOWN CLERKS REPORT. Building, J. Mitchell, Belford-street. Decided that the Department of Health be asked to inspect premises and report to council. Demolition Order, building, Percy-st. I Moved by Aid. Luff, That this council is of the opinion that the dwelling house, Percy-street, in respect of which a clos ing order under the Public Health (Amendment) Act, 1915, was made on October 13, 1936, and which order ha/,' not ...

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MINTO NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

MINTO NEWS. CampbeHtcura's Congrega ti Mal minis ter, Rev. H. C. Hickson, h is comméhced services at Minto. He conducts a Union Church service every second Sunday at ll, and Sunday school eviry. Sunday nrornlng at 10, in the Minto Behoof cf Arts. AU ere welcome. Mr. Hiclron also invites Minto residents to his popu lar c'nununity Einging concerts every second Tuesday, in the Congregational ^ Hall, Campbelltown, and announces that next Tuesday Jie has especially good art Is's, incluriirg" Mr. Pat Dunlop, Austra lia's champion pianist afld composer of such popular songs as "Crow-a-jinga long" and »"Blue Birds of Bapp ness," and Camden's operatic tenor. Mr. Mlchr eel Brien, who sang in Gilbert and Sul livans operas for three yeats. M's- F. A. Pritchard hes retuned to Minto after a holli ay at Bundanoon, to re?ov2r from a serious fall she had in .Campbelltown, cn slippery concrete. Kew residents or Minto, Mr. S. Law pen and family, gad Mr. and Mrs. Nich ols, are welcomed to the distr.'ct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

TO ADVERTISERS. Monday next being Anzac v Day holiday, we shall be pleat ed if advertisers will prepare their copy earlier than usual. GEDDES' /MEAT MARKET, . ! y Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL, Por Famous Low Prices HOLIDAY MONDAY. !-- II\ From Heartburn,^ and other symptoy, "A N T-^1 * i A Large Bottle of \i Shaw ?DISPENSE 'Phone; Liv. 39. fcf ..OVERCOATS.. h ¿HE Í ATEST SYSTEM OF DESIGNING has been addled by lCY.--*v?ADLEY, LIVERPOOL'S Up-to^the-Mimu/TAILOR. DRAG-FREE Overcoats mean neater and cjprer fitting gar .NOW meats, absolutely free from tight SMART WIDE SHOULDERS NEW DRAPED SLEEVES PERFECT WIDE LAPELS FORM-FITTING iCOATS ORDER YOUR We Arran! part. WITHOUT DRAG WITHOUT DRAG WITHOUT DRAG - WITHOUT DRAG OVERCOAT, from 35/ The Bradley Way Wear While You Pay, from 3/6 Deposit, 1/9 weekly. LEATHER COATS.84/-, or 4/3 weekly LEATHER LUMBER JACKETS .... 59/6, oj 3/- weekly SAC SUITS - BRADLEY-TAILORED to Measure .... £3/13k.it £6/6/-. . . OUR SPECIALTY .-. L ADIES' COSTUMES, MAN-TAILORE...

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NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL. MATTERS OF DISTRICT INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL MATTERS Or DISTRICT XNTBRBtT. _ TUP iiiQjiuiy mceutig of Henean Soire Council WAS held in tSe council chamb. era, Bringelly, cn Thursday last. With er. Howitt (president), wee« Ors, scott. Watson, Baxter, Blalkle and Edmondson. The shire clerk reported that the office work had. not been allowed to fall into ai rears during his absence on leave, and Councillors considered this very satis factory. ROLL Of ELECTORS. The Shire cleric's report stated that rolls, of electors and ratepayers would need to be prepared, and Council author» ! teed obtaining of enrolment cards. ROAD WORK. : Oouncil voted £400 for tarring work on WaUacia-road. The engineer reported that recondit ioning of the principal toads including Coboitty-road, Bringelly-Uverpool-road, and Hoxton Park road would be carreid out as early as possible. INTEREST ON RATES. The correspondence list included the following matters: The Department of Works and Local Government advised that Councils were at liberty...

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NEW BANK BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

NEW BANK BUILDING. I Thc paragraph in last Issue, referring to the exterior appearance of the new bank building, caused many, who had not taken particular notice before, to observe the structure more closely The opinion was expressed that the appear ance is "not so bad"-that the bank is really a very modern building In the midst of many old-fashioned ones, and not, as was stated, itself 100 years be hind the times. It has now been pointed out that the bank is a sample of modern architecture ; the pillars and curves, which collect 60 much dirt, have been avoided, and the remarkable plainess of the frontal view it distinctive. Nothing could be more up-to-date than the interior, hot water service ex tends throughout, and the strongroom and office are unique in design. A sep tic tank is provided. Liverpool, for long a town of balcon ies and verandah posts, and old-time at mosphere, must eventually lose that ap pearance-4n fact, tiled fronts and canti lever awnings haw already effected a...

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Temporary Homes. HOCKING REPLIES TO ALD. LEWIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

Temporary Horaes. HOCKING REPLIES TO Atp.. LEWJS, Sir,--The question asked AJd, Lewis y was, "Did hi tour the district where L . notices were subsequently Issued and IruLtfhere his companion. Theo. Wilson, lliiî1*0* out tnese Places, etfií" AJdernuu* i\¡flJjÍt replied in "The News," 15/4/37;' i <uw(ßriurtn*i' leUer was published, from i Mr. T¡L ¿% Wilson. Both writers, ' how \ cvtr. úR¿_¿jct answer the question; but. I by usingTtN word "dilapidated," used by '\we in myWTticle, cloud the real issue, i and mdiavAt to make it appear that, i . oeliUk-d HiWVlew Estate. As fur us K am concerned, I care not in ,< what, iiak- must dwellings are; but I am concerned when aldermen vote to issue i ?. ZO days' nfitice for demolition on unem ! ployea, itJ,. especially when statements I ore madel that Aid. Lewis was taken on a tour of/inspection py Theo Wilson and that Wipcn pointed out to Aid. Lewis i thc plates that had not complied with Uie Ap*, so that a visit was theo, m...

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George's River Sand Leases. MINISTER TO MAKE DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

George's River Sand Leases. MINISTER TO MAKE DECISION. .The Minister for Lands (Mr. Butten shaw), will consider au application for a lease for liva years of two-and-a-half miles of the George's River, or thc pur pose of obtaining sand and gravel. It is understood that the Lands Board has made favorable recommendation; but there have been spirited protests from the Bankstown Council, a public meeting ut 1 that centre, and the Parks and Play grounds Movement. The Mayor of Bankstown (Alderman J. Gosling) holds the view that not only would the lease depreciate the value of land along the water-front, but it would destroy the value as picnic grounds and children's playgrounds, of two areas on the foreshores purchased by the council. Mr. D, G. Stead, of the Parks and Playgrounds Movement, says that the dig ging for sand would leave a lot of un even potholes that would be dangerous for swimmers. It ls understood that smaller leases al ready have been granted higher up the river.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 April 1937

ES. ¿ADE TORCHES and ' WONDERFUL VALUE «ks by Popniaj- Authors, ¿rge Rang* oí QUALITY 'H PHONE; LIV. 147. :RS; .EATHER COATS, __ATHER LUMBER JACKETS. TO MEASURE from 7 5/ [ À.' CLYDE ? - - - LIVERPOOL.. Church Services. NOTE--Chang-'s of t'icse ^o'.ices must renrh tliis office on Monday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First dniren of Christ, Scientist, Parramatta. Sunday Services, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p..m. Wedwsday Evening meeting, 8 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 Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH, LIVERPOOL. Next Sunday-ll a.m. and 7.15 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Norfolk and Castlereagh'Sts. SUNDAY NEXT, ll a.m., Pastor A. A. Whale. 7 p.m., Pastor S F. Brook (Baptismal Service). PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. fiundny -rext-Liverpool ll a.m., 7 p.m. Glenfield, 3.15 p.m. ALL SAINTS, LIVERPOOL. Rev. Fr. McCormick, P.P. Rev. Pr. I/sen. THE ...

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