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

Monster Clearance Sale » -of- v, ; ' Building Material? Galvanised Iron, Furniture, Farm Implements. Fencing wire and Netting, Water Piping, Saw Bench and Motor, ¡ On a/c. of H. E. STEELE, Esq., on the Property, situate at - AUSTRAL PARK, Near 'Liverpool, SATURDAY, JUlf 2Á, at 1 1.30 a.m. * Detailed Schedule next issue, or from JOHN V. TULLY, Auctioneer, 'Phone: Liv. 247. LIVERPOOL. FURNITURE CLEARANCE SALE - at - 38 Hillcrest Avenue, Bankstown, I Under Instructions from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE Executor in thc Estate of ! HERBERT WARDE KELLY, SATURDAY, JULY 17, at 1.30 p.m. BEDROOM SUITES. DININGROOM SUITES. FLOOR COVERINGS. DESKS. GRAMOPHONE. WIRELESS. PIANOLA, BLINDS AND ÖURTAINS. 6 EUREKA ? S^OVF*! 4 EARLY KOOKA, in WONDERFUL OONDITION: A .HOST I OF SUNDRIES. \ / i ALL FOR ABSOLUTE SALE\ AS / ABOVE. I Cars Leave Liverpool for SaleMöy appointment. JOHN V. TULLY, Auctioneer, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL 247. THE BALL OF THE SEASON LIVERPOOL DISTRICT AMBULANCE THIRTEEENTH ANNEAL BALL ...

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Mr. Lazzarini Speaks. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

Mr. Lazarini Speaks, iii UH House of HepiWentattyes,' Mr. Laesailnl, member for wemwa, '«aid: Iii a broad eense.J have, no wish to do other than express completo approval of bvtjrthmg whlcu either uns or any other Government may do In the direction cl investigating matters that make for au improvement of the health of our peopu, as well as everything that can bs done, by science or otherwise, to eradicate tiiOse forces which make ravages' on inu physical well-toeing of tne people. But 1 cannot refrain from expressing »astonish - i ment at one particular lerniyk of tne I Minister for Healtn (Mr. Hutfh.es) when introducing the bill. The right honor able gentleman referred lo the fact that there are. two main iorces walch make for lU-nealth, one being economic, anu the other due to disease. The sickness of some pei-sons is» due* largely to un der-feeding, but the glenness of otners is traceable to overfeeding and over-drlntc iag. That is well recognised by medical men. The right honora...

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NOT THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

I NOT THE SAME. I An Irishman was seated in a tram-car with a pipB in his mouth. 'No smoking allowed.' said thc con ductor. Tm not smoking,' retorted the Irish man. ' "But you've got a pipe in your mouth.' , 'Sure, end I've got boots on. me fate. ..bui I'm not - waiktpg.' A laugh ls worth a hunirei groans in I any market. -Cranes Lamb. I

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

ABOUT PEOPLE, tattle Eileen McMonagie,,two years, of Hillvien', is ill m thc Children's Hos pital, campcKtow.i. * . * Friends or Mr. Bede Fitzpatrick will be sorry to hear that he is ill with pneu monia. * . # Mrs. Martin, of Atkinson-street, is at present on the sick list, suffering- from an attack of the 'flu. * » * Miss Kath. O'Neill, of Atkinson-street, is again her usual bright self after a week's illness. * * * Johnny, the baby son of Mr. Jack Banks, jun., of Bathiust-street, is ill with pneumonia, and his parents are having an anxious time, * . * Mr. Ron Hines, of Espom-road, Moore bank, underwent an operation for ap- { pendicitis in Liverpool Hospital and is ? doing well. * * * Mrs. Withers, who met with a motor accident recently, is recovering satisfac torily. * * * Mr. and Mrs. W. Pcnhalllgan, cf "Marcus," Moorebank, celebrated the third birthday of their little daughter, \ Wilmar, on Wednesday, and a happy time was spent among the children. j * * * Mr. H. Brown, of Atkins...

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GREEN VALLEY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 15 July 1937

GREEN VALLEY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION.   The annual meeting ol Green Valley Progress Association took place at the hall on July 6. Mr. G. Stiff was re- elected president, this being his third year of office. Mr. Barnet was elected secretary in place of Mr. Maloney, and   Mr. G. N. Sutton treasurer.   The past year has been one of activity. The hall was erected and opened on January 2. and plans for a euchre and supper-room have been prepared, and the erection will commence as soon as sanction is received from the Chief Sec- retary. The funds stand at a satisfac-   tory figure, and membership is increas- ing. A letter from the Water Board was received stating that the extension from St. John's-road, through Orchard-road to South Liverpool-road, would be un- dertaken, subject to a guarantee by Ne- pean Shire Council. A dance and euchre party was held at Green Valley Progress Hall on July 10. The chief event was the old-time waltz- ing co...

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WHAT HE WROTE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

WHAT HE WROTE. I Little Boy: Teacher told me to write a sentence with "dogma" ta lt. Father: What did you write ? Little Boy: The dogma had three little puppies yesterday.

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GARDEN NOTES HOW TO HAVE EARLY VEGETA[?]LES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

GARDEN NOTES (By deo, Rasten Lee, uudselfle Architect) fi. HOW TO HAVE EARLY VSOi¡.TA«LE3 Vegetables are classified as "iiai-jylfcnd j 'tender,' according to (lieu uro« th I end quality In crtlain temperatures, andi heir power of withstanding ct.ld ¡"id J r. st. Cabbage and cauliflower ai« tailed Igrdy vegetables, as tliej' can endure a cd tain amount of frost and cold, whilst FttncVt beans, tomatoes and melons are * «rider,' because they are desUovLCi by fro*-, and tlie quality is poor in i cool season. 'Tender' vegetables S'Ï tho* which cannot be planted out in .¿oviiiy uiiul all fear of frosts is OUT, and/Ünlil the ground lias become wirai./ These 'ten der' vegetables are particmarly dcvirr.ble during he warmer s?asjii of the year for instance, the ftill vrJue i-f a water or rock melon WDU>J i:ot S»; appreciated In winter. Sîeds^of 'tender' vegetables cannot bs planted in tlie op^n ground until such time as f ie plants ttaw'ves could be pu: out,1 It will, therefor'!, bs i real...

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BABY WELFARE. EXPERT ADVICE FOR MOTHERS. FOINTS WORTHY OF ATTENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

BABY WELFARE. EXPERT ADVICE FOR MOTHERS. FOINTS WORTHY OF ATTENTION. Here are some points worth noting: Babies are not good just through luck. I but through foresight. Care and train- I ing, regular habits or nursing, sleeping ! and bathing, lead to self-control avid ar*; the foundations on which physical health and' sound character are built. A common fallacy ls that vomiting »carly always due to wrong food, where as the truth is that almost always it is the result of bad management and wrong methods of feeding. Should baby develop frequent green 01 offensive motions with fever, stop all food immediately, give a teaspoonful of castor oil, and starve baby for 24 hours; but see that he is given plenty of boiled water to drink. If baby improves fol lowing this treatment, return to his Her nial diet very gradually; if there ls no improvement in his condition, call in the doctor. ^ It ls reported that some mothers give their babies half an aspirin tablet to make them sleep when taking t...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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THE CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

THE CHANGE. Hr was an enthusiastic but unskilful golfer. 'You know', he confided in his caddie. 'I seem to be improving. Can you see any difference ' "Ye«.' rephfd the caddieV 'You've tea ^ your hair cul.'

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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

1 LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS, j HOURS: Monday to Thursdays Library: 2.30 to 5.30, and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., and 7 te 9 p.m. ' Billiards and Card Room: Monday to Friday, 2 to 0, 7 to ll; Saturday, 10 to 1, 7 to ll. Membership: 2/6 per annum. Ex change on books, 3d.

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PARENTS WARNED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

PARENTS WARNED. BY HEALTH DEPARTMENT. Are you one of the mothers who fol low the easiest way and dodge your re sponsibility as a mother by answering all suggestions regarding the care of your child in the old, old way-"I know t should do it, but-"? * Hundreds of Australian mothers are evading their duty by saying: "Yes, I know I should give him green . vegetables, but-he won't eat them." "Yes, I knew I should have him take a rest in the daytime, but-he won't stay still a minute." "Yes, I know I should put him to bed . earlier, but-he wants to stay up as long j as we do," or "The other children stay j up late and the baby will not go to bed I until they do." '"Yes, I know I should not give him tea, but-he cries for it,", or "We drink it and can't refuse him," or "He loves it so." "Yes, I know I should -not give hun so many sweets, but-he just will have them. "Yes, I know I should 'not give him a dummy, but-he wouldn't go to . sleep without lt." "Yes, I know I should give him milk, bu...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

(ByJAOB,') Tlait Brno; ls now advocating rubusr dunce floors, since lie came tliat crash while aanehig ut Glenfield last Saturday nigh., owing to the slippery state of tlie flc^r. He said that it was worse than UL sltating . experiences, whch wire al ivuy:, up and' cown affairs. That Alan and Bill did a good spit of work when they fil .ed up "Heegei's" Hol low, ai the back cf No. 1 court, and eec. a\L he can now sprint about tile base une with safety, without lear ol doing the disappearing trick. * » * That Howard got a nasty knock in i he "bread box" when "Switch" can noned into him on tile court last Satur day, and took the count for the full time, to ask the old question of "wha: ? .t UK?" when he came to. "Switch" was right in the midde ol an exciting rally and couldn't even st-p to ren;e. .iiSt aid. * * * I That "Perry B" let loose the fireworks in tue match on Saturday last, and dished up a couple of "monoa.es" to his Lpponenis to taite home as souvenlts, md his dashing displa...

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CABRAMATTA BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

CABRAMATTA BUILDING SOCIETY. Mr. Heape, secretary of Liverpool Co operative Building society, attended a | public meeting called by the Mayor i (Aid. F. Hill) at Cabramatta Town Hall [ on Monday night. He was accompanied ¡ by Messrs. Sampson and H. Shaw (direct ors), of Liverpool society. > \ After these three had spoken and the j scheme had been explained in detail, the meeting, which was attended by a fair number, decided to co-operate with the i .Liverpool Society. 1

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

HOCKEY. I i Thc team to represent Liverpool on Saturday at Liverpool In their match against Y.M.C.A. is:-Goal, J. Driscoll; backs, Randall and Stenner; halves, Taylor, Harman and Atkins; forwards, Keato, McCoady, C. Thorne, McVlcker, and S. E. Thorne; emergencies, L. Ward and R. McVlcker.

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ROSSMORE CYCLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

ROSSMORE CYCLE CLUB. The above club held a 19-mile race on ! the 17th. Results:-Bert Kable (4.35) 1, Cyril Ives (4.30) 2. Len Brown (4.25) 3. Fred Pertzel (scr.) gained fastest time (51.55).

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ORPHANAGE CHILDREN. Entertained at Movies. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

ORPHANAGE CHILDREN. I 'Entertained at Movies. Last Saturday thc children from St. ( Anne's Orphanage had the pleasure of seeiiig Shirley Temple in "The Stow away." This enjoyable treat was ac corded them by the courtesy of Mrs. Mainsbridge, sen., and Mrs. A. Mars sen. Tile generosity of these ladies also extended to sweets, cakes and fruit at the interval. The Sisters and the children are thank ful for the delightful time.

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

MINTO NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. E. Knowles are leaving Minto io take up residence in Ingleburn. ( This popular couple will be missed greatly, as I hey have done so much for the community there. Residents hope to see them back before long. BOYS' CLUB DANCE. On Saturday night last the Minto Boys' Club held another, well-attended dance in the Minto 8chool of Arts. Danc ing was enjoyed by all. Visitors came from Qamden. Mr. G. Norman (tenor), of Picton, was also present; and Mr. W. Lewis, cf Campbelltown, played the mouth organ, which was enjoyed by all present. A scarf donated by1 Mrs. Nelson was won by Mr. Reg. Barnsley, and the fowls donated by Messrs. Knowles and Nelson were won by Mrs. Hclman. A 10/- not; was won by Mr. Steve Roach. Ä very dainty supper was served by Mesdames Morgan. Nelsen and Knowles.

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FOOTBALL CLUB FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

FOOTBALL CLUB FINANCE. j The balance-sheet of Liverpool Foot- I ball club for 1936 shews a profit of 11/H. which was donated to Liverpool Ambu lance. Receits totalled £26/13/3. The sat of jerseys, etc., were provided in the first place by Mr. A. C. Marsden, who was reimbursed from the receipts. <This year again Mr. Marsden is standing by the club in various matters.) As most of the games are played on Sunday the club has to depend on money received in collections, and finance is a difficult mat ter.

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Twenty-first, Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

Twenty-first, Birthday The Masonic Hall. Liverpool, was the centre oí an interesting event last Satur day night, when over 100 friends avid re latives gathered there to celebrate the twenty-first birthday of Mr. Bede Sten ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Syd. Stenner, cf Hume Highway. Liverpool. Bede entered the hall at 8.30 p.m. and was immediately circled. by everyone, who sang heartily, "Por He's a Jouy Good Fellow." Dancing followed till supper lime, with clever instrumental items by the well-known entertainers, Messrs. Harry and Ted Clay, or Auburn. Mr. B. C. Fitzpatrick, in proposing the toast, "The Guest." mentioned that ne had known Bede since a small ' boy and had found him to be an upright lad and a great help to his parents. His popularity tn the district and the esteem in which he was held was shown by the wonderful gathering lhere that night. Mr. William Murray, of Fairfield, with whom Bede had been employed for some time, also paid eloquent testimony to Bede's good character. ...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I BIRTHDAY PARTY. At the Ambulance ball on Tuesday night, a party, organised by Miss u Green and Mr. A. Forrester, was given in honor of the birthday of Miss Ruby Lawrence. The usual toasts were hon orcd and the cake cut in traditional manner. The party was composed of Misses R. Lawrence, L. Green. B. Green. K. Smith, M. Driscoll, J. Driscoll and N. Keaton; and Messrs. A. Forrester, S. ¡ Green, B. Kirkpatrick, G. Wych. A. Rob I bison, N. Theme and J. Bamford. ]

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