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"THE OPEN VAULT." Liverpool Cemetery "Sensation." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

"TIM. OPEN VAPLT." I L'vcrpccl Cemetery "Sensation." The health inspector oî Lira-pool Council reported on Tuesday night that he had investigated the story that cof fins had been recently removed from a vault i-.i thc old cemetery. Several par dons had asserted that the vault was opened about 12 to 15 years ago. and the man who acted as sex'lcn affirmed that the vault was opened at least ll years ago. One lady stated that there had not boen a coffin in the vault fer the last 20 years. Tile open vault was now being bricked up by .the trustees. .. jAlaL .Nicholls said hr rcmcmbereo schoor boys pointing out the open vault nearly 20 years ago.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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MASONIC BALL. LADIES' NIGHT AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

MAßÖNIC BALL, LADIES'! NIOIIT AT LIVE1''00L. One of I the brightest social functions held in «liverpool Town Hall was tue ladles' nftht of Liverpool Masonic Lodge No. 197 Sn Saturday night. There was an attendance of about 200, represent ing mar* parte of the metropolitan area. W»r. Bro. C. W. Dickie, D. of c.. assisted fy Bro. T. Carter, carried out the du tie* of M.C. in his usual genial manner, llnsplrüig music was rendered by the MPonm&ths Orchestra, and the varied prclrajnme catered for all tastes in the terpklohorian art. Bro. Ft. clyde Bowe was tme energetic secretary. On the aflKjyal of the Grand Lodge representatives, Tjfor. Bro. A. N. w. Dav ison, D.I.W., aàd Wor. Bro. M. A. Morphett, P.D.I.WÍ.^he brethren march ed Into the hall ahdsteceived them with lodge honors. The W.MW. Wor. Bro. Cum mins welcomed the distinguished officers and all present, expressing; the wish that, all would have a happy evening. A sumptuous repast was 'daintily serv I ed in the supper-rocm,...

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AUTHORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

I AUTHORITY. I The mo«* little man approached the big burly, constable on the street corner. .Excuse me, constable.' he said, 'but I I've been waiting here fer my wife for I over half an h,our. Would you be good 1 onough to order me to move on '

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Two Men Gaoled STEALING AND RESISTING ARREST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

i Two Men Gaoled j STEALING AND RESISTING ARREST. John McLaughlin and Charles salter were charged at Liverpool Police Court on Monday with having stolen 31 pairs of sax, valued at 4/4i, on July 9. the property of McPherson's, Liverpool. Salter was also charged with resisting arrest. He pleaded guilty to this, but not guilty to stealing. Constable Cantwell said he saw tin men in George-street, Liverpool, and found the sex under McLaughlin's coat. He said he did not know where he g^>t the sox. Salter denied ah knowledge 01 the articles. Witness said that when he went to arrest Mclaughlan, Salter punched him on the left ear. Salter ran away. bJt the constable got them both handcuffed and brought them to gaol. [ Percy John Eady, manager cf Mc- I Pherson & co.,' Liverpool, said thc sox | were on a stand rn front of the sho;v \ He missed them after lunch time. He j did not see the defendants near the sh-p. | McLaughlin said he was a returned ' soldier. He was under the influenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

CONSULT John V. TULLY P.R.E.I. (FELLOW OF THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE), AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AGENT & STOCK SALESMAN. RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Tchplionc: Liverpool 247. ADVICE GIVEN respecting all Prop rt? Matters. S ock ps^fes, Trucking unj General Auction Information. CATTLE SALES: Liverpool Yards, Every Saturday. Ashcroft & Sans, pty. ud. "QUALITY CORNER," LIVERPOOL, WHERE YOU ALWAYS GETÁhe MEAT THAT BEATS THE REST! Ashcroft and Sons stoop all those meats Sue i as s'and any/Purity Test ! Her? ar' those stock* good judges say, Can ea;;i:y excel Sne rest. Itally the Primest and Choicest Only enter the Ashcroft stocks. Fresh meats that are tender and ju'cy Thy mal« from the A*cr it blccks. 'Tis always this Popular Meat Mart Supplies you the Primest of Meat 1 So, when ASHCROFT & SONS arc your BUTCHERS, Yo'.i get Meats you Can Really Eat ! G. N. SUTTON, THE LIVERPOOL BAKERY HIGH-CLASS CAKES, PASTRY AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. CHOICE 'CONFECTIONERY. fcOFT DRINKS. ...

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Liverpool Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

Liverpool Tennis Club. I Following ls the draw and teams for ccmpotition matches on Saturday next, July 17: A2 v Al' (no alteration in teams); Ingleburn v A Res. 1 (ladies, Mrs. H. R. Ayres and Miss V. Thome) ; A Res. 2 v I Eaglemont (ladies, Mrs. J. Shortis and j Mrs. s. Burmby); B team v Appin Road (no alteration); Y Hurry v B Reserve (ladies, Mrs. G. Thompson and Miss C. Thomson). Next Saturday's matches will complete the A and B reserve competitions, whilst the A reserve and B grade have still two series to play, with two or three deferred maiches to follow. Liverpool's No. 1 team has now defl .nitcly won the A grade competition, aa they are a clear six points ahead of the nearest team, Camden, and they have only one more match to play, and that against the club's No. 2 team, on Satur day next. The No. 2 team has performed excel lently through tlie two rounds and is now certain of a position in the first four teams, who will play off for the Camden trophies on completion of the ...

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AMBULANCE TRANSPORT FEES. Can be Claimed. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

AMBULANCE TRANSPORT FEES. Can be Claimed. In a recent court-case at Bathurst, for thc first time tn N.S.W.. a successful . claim was made for transport fees ewing to NJS.W. Ambulance Transport at Bath urst. The case was instituted to show that the argument that fees cannot b3 claimed was entirely wrong. ? The Liverpool Ambulance, which has done valuable service to the district for many years, announces that subscription 1 to the Ambulance is 1- ocr month. 2/6 per quarter; 5 - half yearly, or 10 - per j annum. Drop a note' to thc Ambulance Station, High-street. Liv« pool, and a ! uniformed collector will call.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

1 NO INCREASE in the PRICE /of MEAT at GEDDES' M E ArT MARKET, Macquarie Street\ Lwerpool. Just a Few of Our /Prices Legt Motton.63d LoveV^olled Roasts from 1/ - Shoulders Motton .. .. 4|d Prime Romp . .. ll ¿a Middle Loin Cbop» .. 7¿d Prime Sirloin Beef . 7^3 ll). I WINTER WINDS "Dry Oat" Natural Skin Oils and leave your skin Dry and Parched. Cosmeticians have developed Tissue and Nourishing Creams which re place t'.VAîe natural fkin oil-, and kc?p your skir soft and supple. Tl:ere are two preparations which we s'longly recormvie.-.d. Muriel Astor Honey and Almond Cream, large bottle, 2/ Palmoiive Cream Lotion, price 1/ Shaws Pharmacy DISPENSING CHEMISTS. 195 Macquarie St., LiverpbdL 'Phone; Liv. 39. SURE TO GET IT AT COLE' TIMBER -:- LIME- CEMENT Glass Cut to Size. . Wire Netting, Fencing Wire. Builders' and General Hardware. Tradesmen's Tools. Paints and Oils. , Metters'and Ward's Stoves. Best Selected Groceries. / Colonial Wines. \ Pay a visit to.Our Store epooske/f or all lines...

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BACHELORS' BALL A.L.P. SUCCESS AT PRESTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

BACHELORS' BALL A.L.P. SUCCESS AT PRESTONS. The Bachelors' ball, held m Prestons Hall last saturday to aid Liverpool A.L.P. lighting fund, proved an outstanding success, Piestons Hall being unable to hold the large crowd that attended. Geo. Lee's orchestra provided the music, and Mr. W. Cook was the M.C. Thc old-time waltzing competition had to be decided in five heats, the ultimate winners (Miss Rita Robinson tóc". Mr. Frank O'Neill) receiving silver cups. The 10/- open order was won oy Mr. W. Cook, and Mi'. George Burston won the chocolates. During the evening the president of the Liverpool A.L.P. (Mr. W. Morris) i thanked everyone for their splendid sup ! port. Mr. J. O'Grady, representing the I central executive, was also present. i During the evening "Will Wattle Gum," well known to "Labor Daily" readers, J locked in and decided to organise the j bushland party for a function to be hcja ' on a date ne\t month. Visitors were present from all sur rounding districts and as far sou...

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. HOURS: Monday to Thursday Library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Billiards and Card Room: Monday to Friday, 2 to 6, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex change on books, 3d.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. "Sacrament" WAS the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Among the Bible quotations comprising the Lesson-sermon was the following: "As they were ealing, Jesus took bread, and blessed, and brake lt, and gave it to the disciples, and said, Take, eat: this is my body." Matthew 26: 26. The following passage from the Christ- I ian Science textbook, "Science aud Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Marv Baker Eddy, was also included: "His followers, sorrowful and silent, anticipating the hour of their Master's betrayal, partook of the heavenly man na, which of old had fed in the wilder ness of persecuted ? followers of Truth. Their bread indeed came ^ down frpm heaven. It was the great truth of spirit ual being, healing the sick, and casting our error." p. 33. ».

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

PATTEN'S, PÍ., iw. SH SH GROeERS. DISTRIBUTORS of GROUP TOKENS. SCOTT STREET - - - LIVERPOOL. Large Tins Delicia TOMATO or VEGE TABLE SOUP, 7£d Imperial HOT PÂCKS 16 oz. Tins 10£d SAFETY MATCHES 2 doz. for 9|d. Rich COCOA (pure) per lb. 5£d. Gow's Baked BEANS, 3 tins 7£d. SOAP POWDERS, 7£d doz. 21b pkt. Sydney S.R.F., 7 lb. f OTATOES, or 1/-. d 4 Extra GROUP TOKENS, Group Tokens are worth One Penny Each. when Exchanged for Valuable Presents. PATTENS, Scott Street, Liverpool

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WHAT WAR MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

I WHAT WAR MEANS. It is calculated that 10,000 shells must have fallen along a .three-mile ridge of mountains near Bilbao recently. They fell at the rate of 10 a minute for five hours in the morning, aral reached an average of 30 a minute in the afternoon. Prisoners report that the bulk of the artillery ls Italian and German. The Basques at Dario faced the insur gents aëross a cemetery. AiiTîye-wttness states, that a skeleton blown out of a j grave ls hanging lon à tree. - i Women and children Elled the c'ty'r felters gjí ciar. " - _ '

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FASCIST TERRORISM IN YUGOSLAVIA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

FASCIST TERRORISM IN YUGO SLAVIA. Tile latest land of terror ls Yugoslavia acocrdúig to the "Daily Herald," which says that its prisons are full or men and women whose only offence has been to criticise the Government or the police. Even children wno' visited the houses cf suspects, it says, have been kept in goal for days and weeks while their parents were questioned. The "Daily Herald," alleges that con fessions have been extorted from pris oners by a numoer cf tortures, including (legging, mutilation, the application of eggs taken from boiling water to the armpits end forcing needles under the finger-nails. I lt &dds that men and women have been treated In such a way that they are i doomed to frightful diseases for the rest of their lives if they ever leave prison.

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OILS FROM RICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

OILS FROM RICE. An oversea trade report states that lack I of other domestic fuel sources caused the Italian Government a few months ago to consider thc possibility cf producing al cohol from rice dust, which can be uscc in a blend with motor spirit as a fuel lor motor cars. The Imperial Institut^ cf Physico i Chemistry in Japan has made experi ! ments with similar waste products from rice in. order to produce an oil which could be applied for industrial purposes. The research work has b?eïi carried on since last autumn, and it is now pro posed to use this oil. which' could be pro . duced. in substantial quantities, in tnt manufacture of soaps. " Prospective Tenant: Th?ré's not room j to swing a cat. Landlady: I don't allow i ac ,cafe, -mum - - -

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FEDERAL AND STATE INCOME TAXES AND SPECIAL INCOME TAX. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

FEDERAI AND STATE INCOME j TAXES AND SPECIAL .INCOME TAX. NEW SOUTH WALES. 1 - I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that re turns of income received during the year ending on 30th June, 1937, are- required to he furnished to the Commissioner cf Taxation, Savings Bank, Building, 14 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, by all per sons, ether than those exempted hereun der, on or before the dates hereinafter stated: 1. ON OR BEFORE 31st JULY, 1937: By all persons whose licornes during thc period above mentioned were derived from salaries, wages, allowances, bon uses, stipends, overtime or other remun eration as employees, ca" from rent, in terest, annuities, dividends or other sources other than from a business. .A return need not be furnished:-(a) Where the gross Income of any per ron (except a company or a non-resident of New South Wales) did not exceed £100; (b) Where the gross income of any per son consisted solely of salary or wages not In excess of £250, and from whose salary or wages his employer is...

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OBITUARY. Baby Graham Gough. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

OBITUARY. Baby Graham Gougti. Mr. and Mrs. John Gough, of Blgge street, were unfortunate to lose their oaoy son, Graham, aged 12 months, last Thursday, through a fatal attack of diphtheria. The funeral left on Friday for the Catholic cemetery, Liverpool, Rev. Fr. Deeley officiating at the graveside. j MRS. ANNIE STUBBS. Mrs. Annie Stubbs, 78, wife of Mr. ¡ William Stubbs, of Bumbury-st., Glen field, passed away on July 13. ' After service at St. Luke's Church or England, Liverpool, on Wednesday after noon, the interment took place in the old cemetery.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOP, SCOn STREET (Opp. Fire Station). LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REPAIRS: We Give You the Quality as vweU/as Finish in our Work. .BARK-TANNED LEATrtER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. "The News" Advertisers are reliable; try them 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-listen in. WE WILL DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. P. E. Le MASKIER, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK GARAGE, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging, Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASINq/^ 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. WYCH, Proprietors, P. E. WILLIAMSON, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE : Liverpool 309. BROWN\ BREAD A SPECIALITY. THE FAVOR OF YOUR RECOMMENDATION IS EARNESTLY SOLIC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

J. de FREITAS ,& SONS, NURSERY ROSES, S. FRUI We are prepared sacrifice of our Plu 9/- dozen, £3/10/ over 100 lots. VINE-STREET, FAIRFIELD (Opp.Tennis Courts Park.) lEtflALISTS. CITRUS TREES, ko ino astounding TrqSs)at lOd. eacn, special quetta HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, SCOTT STREEJL.LIVERPOOL. Telephone; >l)verpool 284, AUCTION SALJfe oj DUGE, STOOKl etc. DAY at 1 ¿m.lsha AUCTION EVERY &Y at ll a.m. OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. Agent for Alliance 'Assurance. S IM ÊNS O NTS, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, LIVERBr^OL, For SmaUybods^'Cakes, Hot Meals, etc. SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ^TENNIS ASSOCIATION^ ANNUAL ENTRIES.Tor All Wents hi the Annual Tournaments, condjfcVd by the above Association, will ifoseVwIth the Hon. Secr=tary on MONDAY, \he 26th JULY, 1937, at 5 p.i Full particu/rs and EntrV Forms may be obtained' ipom. the undersigned. ARRAN GORE HOn. Secre ary. Higgs: I get rid of a lot of my cigars by giving them to friends, y'taiow. B...

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A TIMELY REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

A TIMELY REMINDER. Hubby: What are you planning- to da to-night, dear? Wife: Oh, rill write a few letters, read a bit, listen to the wireless, and so on. Hubby: Well, when you come to thc 'so on,' don't forget my shirt buttons.

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