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Welcome Visitors. To St. Anne's Orphanage. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
Welcome Visitors. To St. Anne's Orphanage. On Friday afternoon .July 2, the chil dren of St. Anne's Orphanage had a de lightful surprise when some members ot the Lang Women's Club paid them a visit. Besides a feast provided by the welcome guests, each child received a toy, including dolls, skipping ropes, etc. Hie children had a wry enjoyable time and the Orphanage also received a gen erous donation of groceries, which were much appreciated by the Sisters. The kind ladies who gave such plea sure to the Sisters and children were Mrs. Betsy Matthias (hon. secretary and organiser of the Bankstown Lang Wo men's Club), Mesdames Lewis, Jackson and Carmalt (rice-president), and Mes dames Wilson, Maxwell and Cassidy; also Mr. Wilson. . In the absence of the minister, a Scot tish e'der was called on to pray with a sick parishioner. Before setting out he expressed to his wife his fear that he might break down while doing so. He returned, however, looking verv jubilant. 'Well, and how did you ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advertise ments should reach this office early in the week, to allow time I for careful handling and display. Casual advertisements will be received up to Wednesday; and I urgent notices up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. I Observance of the above will Í be grealty appreciated.
METHODIST RALLY. LIVERPOOL LADIES' CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
METHODIST RALLY, j LIVERPOOL LADIES' CELEBRATION. On Thursday afternoon, July 8, the Liverpool Methodist' Ladies' Church Aid held their ninth annual rally in the school hall. It was very gratifying to the members to see so many visitors from sister societies present. In the ab- ' sence of Rev. P. Williams, Rev. B. L. Webb kindly consented to reside. j Amongst the distinguished guests wert i Mesdames P. Williams, Kilkuger, Mc Creagh, Hopson (Penrith), sutton, Gib son (Auburn), Frederickson (Cronulla, jnother of Mrs. J. Nielson), and Miss M. Smith, who, as usual, greatly pleased with her sweet singing. After the chairman's remarks, reports were read by the society's treasurer and i secretary. j f Then Mrs. Williams gave a very In j .spiring address .on "Great Lives Through the Ages," and all felt encouraged to carry cn the work. After the address Mrs. Hanley, on behalf of the aid, pre- I sen ted Mrs. Williams with a bouquet 01 violets av.d snowdrops. At the conclusion of the service i...
ORPHANAGE BALL. £94 Profit Revealed. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
I ORPHANAGE BALL. £94 Prom Revealed. The balance-sheet in connection with St. Anne's Orphanage ball shows that receipts amounted to £112 and expendi ture £17/15/7, leaving a net balance 01 £94/4/5. This includes £18/10/- from benefactors outside liverpool. Mrs. J. Cullen collected the amount of £39/0/6. The Sisters have expressed their grati tude for the generosity of the various donors and helpers, including those who give constantly towards the upkeep of the institution.
EXAMINATION SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
EXAMINATION SUCCESS. Eva Henderson, an ex-student of Queen's College, Liverpool, who secured her intermediate certificate from the col lege, received word last week that at .the examination held recently by the Metro politan Business College, she secured first place, with 2261 marks out of 250, and was awarded a full scholarship of the college. This achievement reflects credit upon Eva herself, and also upon Mr. and Mrs. Bain, toe principals "of Queen's College, by whom she was coached for I I the examination. !
Stealing Charge. Youth Bound Over. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
j . Stealing Charge. i Youth Bound Over. On a charge of having stolen the «um of £8/0/5, thc property or Olympic Out Company, Ingleburn, on June 28, .David Martin Luther was before Liverpool Police Court on Monday last. He plead ed guilty. The P.M. said bicycle racing seemed to be a mania with defendant, who could not afford it and was led into stealing the money. (I Defendant was bound over to be of | good behaviour for two years «id tu make compensation of the amount.
BABY DROWNED FOOTPRINTS LED POLICE TO CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
BABY DROWNED . FOOTPRINTS LED POLICE TO A. baby's footprints across damp clay for abouc half a mile through the bush av Glenfield on Monday lcd Sergeant Dudley, of Liverpool, to a waterhole in a creek, where he found the body of Ter ence M. Hume, aged 17 months. With the help of the Liverpool Ambu lance, Sergeant Dudley applied artificial respiration for about two hours without success. The child, with its mother and father, were on their way from Queensland to Melbourne, where the father Intends to enter for the wood-chopping contests at the Melbourne Royal Show. They have all their belongings in a motor truck and have been camping along the road, while j the father earned sufficient money to provide food by cutting and carting wood. At Glenfield, they made a camp, and this morning the child was missed. A search of Uie bush by the parents was unsuccessful, and when Sergeant Dudley went to the camp he saw the baby's foot prints in a damp patch of clay. He was able to follow the foot...
DISEASES OF POULTRY. PREVENTION PRIMARY AIM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
DISEASES OF POULTRY, j PREVENTION PRIMARY AIM. Va the consideration of poultry &lt;U** emcg «io must remembre that preven tion is Uti'; main thing to bs aimed at. Individual treatment, though effective in some few diseases, is rarely if ever an Pfincmi"?.! u.irierlakine fm- the rwmer cial poultry farmer (writes a veterinary efficer of the Dppartment of Agricul' tire). Further, birds which have recov ered from disease, e.g., pullorum dis ease (bacillary white diarrhoea), may remain carriers of that disease. Birds t)-at heve been badly t'l~eased and do recover are usually stunted and unpro fitRliV:; they are the more susceptible to other diseases and parasitic infestation, . Ccnsequmtly they are a source for the spicid cf disease to the rest of di; flock. Diaçncsis Now More Certain. The diagnosis cl' poultry dispas? has ty modem scientific methods b;en brought to a. high cV?gree of accuracy, With the advent of qualtlrd veterinar ians Jnto poultry practice, the poultry farmer h...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
CYCLING. (By "POX.") Last Saturday Cabra-yole-Livcrixx)] Cycle Club held a 15-mile road race iïom Liverpool to Leppington Park and return. Tile senior results were: B. Andrews. D.O. 1; R. Wheatley, scr., 2; H. Colleen. 3: R. Wheatley tastest time. Juniors: J. Simpson, li» sec., 1; R. Collins, la sec. 2; B. Knight* 3.0, 3; L. Knight, scr. fastest time. In the senior event B. Andrews, wliu was having his second ride as a senior and rode from, limit, was pever sighted. A. Colleen, jumping out at Child's Hill, made it a long sprint, but weakened in the last 50 yards, and B. Wheatley, who was silting in cn his wheel, came around and finished too strong for Colleen and beat him for second place by a length. H. Ryan, who is recovering from an operation to his eye, did not ride. In the ju'nior "event, J. Simpson had a narrow victory over R. Collins, willi B. Knight third. L. Knight, who rode from scratch, was having his first ride since coming out of hospital, and did well to get tartest ti...
Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
I I Liverpool Cauncil \ I TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. Aid. J. P. de Meyrick (Mayor) presid ed over Tuesday night's meeting of Liv erpool Council. With him were Aid. Nicholls (deputy), Childs, Haerse. Lewis, Hcivarfh, Pian, Ashcroft Hunt, Fabns and tiphani. Matters dealt with included the lol lowilig: Mooiebank Progress and Ratepayers' Association asked that name signs bc 1-iULxa at jun^Licns cf Hume Highway and Scott-sl., ¡¿id Hume Highwav and Bigge-street.-A sign will be placed at Hume Highway and Scott-street. Th* above association also asked that lights be placed on the river bridge and the railway bridge.-Referred to elec tricity committee and engineer. The iocipath in front of the Bank of New Süutil Wales is to be repaired, subr jecc to uic bank paying half cost. Casula Progress Association requested: (1) That lights in certain avenues ba lepaircd, Uley b?ing frequently out.-To be informed that vandalism was thc cause; but ccuncil will switch them on again this time. (2) That coun...
HORSE FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
IHÖRSE FORM. By TOM Et&IS. Tile fact ¡hat connections cf Aurie's Star were in such marked haste to back their horse for £10,000 hardly stamps it as the wise calculating move of a shrewd well-tried veteran ot the turf. A horse 'Ute Amie's Sar couldn't be coiisitered by the public. Regaided purely as a sprinter, the public would have left him well alone, with the'result that lack f i demand would have eased h's price, and th« books would have been offprint really long odds about the smith Aus. rallan in another month or six weeks. And, moreover, that interval woiid have put connections so much newer their objective, decreasing the risk of less tniough the horse going wrong or a breakdown, or any other of the multl r farlous developments which affec; a ! horse's chance in big races. Of course, he might come through all right, and then the need for caution would hew been eliminated. There's u thing ti sav Aurie's Star won't stav the mile and a half of he Caulfield Cup. He won th...
FASHION HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
FASHION^ HINTS. I Virginia Bruce, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer featured player, is tile first actress any ! where to own a "biography" scarf. Fash ioned for her by an artist friend, tnt large silk square has upon it a design representing the highlights of the act ress' career. It is done completely in batik, and, in addition to various scenes about Hollywood, has the name of every picture in which she has appeared scat tered through it. For spring and summer canters down the bridle path, Cecilia Parker, M.G.M. featured player, has chosen a striking ensemble. Her jodhpurs are of brilliant red whip cord, topped by a matching silk shirt and a vest of white suede. Her felt sports hat is white, avid white pig skin gleves complete the outfit. Straw purses to match straw hats are the latest word in chic, and Elissa Landi, Mctro-Goldwyn-Mayer featured player, was among the first to introduce such ensembles. Miss Landi appearea ni a frock of navy sheer. Her hat, of natural FOR EVENING. When thc eveni...
TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
TENNIS ? I SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. I The following is the list of players , graded since June 7, 1937: I A Grade.-G. Morrow, W. Blinman, J. Ashcroft. - A Reserve Grade.-Ray Carroll. B Grade.-H. Goninan, A. Downie, D. Grimson, s. Newham, Jack Dunn, Joe Dunn, W. Magee, G. Andrew, D. Penney, J. Bradshaw, Ray Connell, G. Helman, Miss E. Green, Miss F. KUllnger, Mrs. J. Hay. C Grade.-N. Bennett and Mrs. Atkins. Owing to the inclement weather, the closing date of entiles for all events in. the annual tournaments has been, ex tended until July 26, at 8 p.m. Players whose names have not ap peared in either of the grading lists are advised to get in touch with the hon. seoretary immediately. LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. A GRADE. Craignish v Wimbledon. - Hamilton | and Campbell v Smith and Marden 4/6; I Clissold and Whitehouse v Harding and Keane 4/6; Hamilton and Clissold v Sorby and Davies 6/4; Clissold and Blinman v Smith and Marden 5/6; Clis sold and Whiteman v Keane and Davies 6/4; C...
REPLY TO "OLD TIMER." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
REPLY TO "OLD TIMER." i To the Editor.) i Sir,-I noticed in Hie Jast issue of this paper a letter in wliich the above writer stated tile reasons for the falliui I ort in attendances at the recent Liver I pool balls u-.-.d dances was due to the lack u "booze." He also said the inajor i itv ot dancers did not enjoy a social un less tiley were rockuig wun "booze." I I think you have ovti-.eppod your mark lue-.v. "Old T«niei." It you aon't thuin ; st. wuy didn't you Sign your ov.u name? DJH'Í DL- a squie. You have insulted the modern dancer lor "bocze artists," as jv ii describe usi. Dining my short career as a dancer 1 have neipeo. to organise some of me nio.it successful dances in Liverpool, tue suevtss bjeiiig due to g-cd organising and liad «oik-not a five-gallon keg on every lube, as you state. Aiuiougn l am only 21 years of age. Hie taste Ci strong liqJtn has never touched my lips. There art plenty of twenty-oners lute myself. We aie net wozers either. "Old Timer," and we have a W...
WEDDING. LAING—SWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937
WEDDING. LAING-SWAN. A quiet wedding was celebrated at All Saints' Church, Liverpool, on Saturday last, when Father Leen officiated at the marriage of Miss Madge Ada Swan, younger daughter of Mr. W. and the late Mrs. Swan, of Cabramatta, and Mr. Ivan Laing, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Laing, of Liverpool. Mrs. O. Schwarzer, jun., acted as matron-of-honor, and Mr. J. Rootes as &nbsp; best man. &nbsp; A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents, and the couple left later for a short honeymoon at Katoomba. They will reside at Liver- pool.