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Attendances at Dances. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I Attendances at Dances. (To the Editor.) Sir.-I have read with interest, and some amusement, the views put forward I brough your columns as io wily there has been a falling eff in attendances at tlie principal dances of the year. As a consistent patron of these func tions, and a lover ol dancing. I venture to suggest thut the ccrrcspandc.its have Jailed to state the reason for the lack, rf support. The cause, in my (.pinion, is that the dancers are not satisfactorily ¡ catered for. The M's.C. generally do not , arrange their programmes to suit danc ers generally-either loo much jazz cr too much old-time. Thc followers of this favorite pastime have been educated what to expect, and therefore gc lo those places where their tastes are bîst suuta. I might also point out that it is Uic paying public which make or mar these nflairs. and they are entitled to expect, a fair deal from promoteis. Another cause for complaint ls thc long intervals between dances. Fully, half thc time is thus w...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARD PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

CARD PARTY. . On Saturday night a card party, or ganised by Mesdames A. Pcpple, D. Bat cher and O. Alcock, was held at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Popple, Prestons, in aid cf St. Luke's car fund. About 50 attended r,'»:d a hap'ry time was spent in cards and competitions. The euchre winners were Mrs. Ryan and Mr. C. Rose; lone hand prizes, Mrs. Valentine and Mr. Allen. Hie box of chocolates was won by Mrs. Wright. The prizes were donat ed by Mrs. Kitchcr. Mrs. Popple, Mrs. Valeñüen and Mr. E. L. Ayres. Mr. H. Ayres, secretary cf St! Luke's ball committee, briefly thanked the or organisers and patrons. Others of the ball committee present were Mesdames Küiinger,, T. Murray. B. 'Brown, W\ Hamer. A. Hill, and Miss Cash. " '. '*"'. Approximately £3 was raised'.

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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Liverpool Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I j Liverpool Golf Club (By "DORMIE.") , The championship match was played ofr last Saturday between two keen golf I eis in Fred Irvine and Eric Browne. I Fred's game has improved this season, I so that he is playing to hts handicap move regularly than any of the other golfers who are in for honors. Erics game has slumped a little-just sufficient to take the edge, which registers a loss iwtead ol a win. At the fifteenth Fred was donnie four, with the match well in hand, and finished on the next green. His next opponent will be Holman Hunt, I and if he surmounts this ovov.t he xviii I lind Jim Stewart, I think, a hard man to overcome. There ought to bc inter ! e6ting and close finishes. i Next Week.-Mixed foursome cham pionship and handicap, which was a very popular event last season, when ali j tile ladies were paired off and a s!rong | field turned out. Many male golfers i I found themselves on the shelf and had ! to tail on the main event with a meagre bob-in altair. Suvday Mornii...

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. "Life" was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Among Ute Bible quotations compris ing the Lesson-Sermon was the follow ing: "He asked life of thee and thou gayest it him, even length of days for ever." Psalm 21: 4. The following passage from the Christ ian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to tile Scriptures," by\ Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: "Never record ages. Chronological data . are no. part of the vast forever. Time tables of birth and death are so many conspiracies against manhood and wo manhood. Except_for',the error of meas uring and limiting all that ls good and beautiful, man would enjoy more than threescore years and ten, and still main tain his vigor, freshness, and promise. Man, governed by immortal Mind, is al ways beautiful and grand." p-.246.

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ORIGIN OF "QUIZ" [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

ORIGIN OF "QUIZ" Years age. Daly, a theatre manager in Dublin, boasted: "I will put a new word all over Dublin betone to-morrow." "That night, with white chalk, Daly wrote on sidewalks throughout the city these four letters: QUIZ. Thc next day every body as asking "What is "quiz'?", The answer was "Just that." Now the word has almost world-wide circulations. "New York Herald Tribune."

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

PATTEN'S, wu-, IM PISTRIBUTORS of GROUP TOMTENS. _SCOTT STREET - - - LIVERPOOL. Large Tins Delicia TOMATO or VEGE TABLE SOUP, 7¿d imperial HOT PACKS 16 oz. Tins 10|d SAFETY MATCHES 2 doz. for 9¿d. Group Tokens are worth One Penny Each. when Exchanged for Valuable Presents. . »PATTENS, Scott Street, Liverpool Kich COCOA (pure) per lb. 5£d. ihine Boot rohsh Tins for 6£d. Cow's Baked BEANS, 3 tins 7¿d. Worcester Sauce, Large Bottles 7¿d. SOAP POWDERS, 7£d doz. Western HONEY, 21b. Tins lOid.

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

LIN ÎDEB KING MIS FOR D R ES DAT AND SPORT! SPECIALISINGnS BRIDAL WORK. 201 MACQÜAjfl^JÍT., LTVERPOOL. Telenojíne: Liverpool

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A TOUGH JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

A TOUGH JOB. j "Are you sure you call manage to cut your cake, darling?" asked auntie of lit tle Willie. "Oh, yes." smiled Willie. "We often have cake as hard as this at home." I _;_ l

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

Monster Clearance Sale1 On Account of ll, E. STEELE, Esq.. ON TIIK PROPERTY, tituate THIRTEENTH AVENUE, AUSTRAL, SATURDAY, JULY 24, at 11.30 a.m. sharp POULTRY REQUISITES 2000 Yards WIRE NETTING (1 inch to 4 inch), 2000 yard? PLAIN WIRE, 4 INCUBATORS, TROUGHS, EGG BOXES, AUTOMATIC WATER PIPING, Largo Quantity SHELL GRIT LAYING BOXES. FARM IMPLEMENTS- ! CHAFFCUTTER, CORN GRINDER. 2 S.F. PLOUGHS. HARROW. ROLLER, SAW BENCH AND ENGiNE, and NUMEROUS yGARDEN TOOLS AND FARMING PLANT. X , BUILDING MATERIAL- ' /. " All Classes of Build nt* Materials inlarge ojlSnUtlcs; GALVANISED IRON, [ from 5ft. to 10ft" ab-ut 1500 Sheets; 2 OBIMNEY STACKS (wlUi face blicks); Quantity Locse BRICKS (cleaned), Numerous ROUND POLES for Fewl Houses and Fen Jag; ÏO Ofl&à, 2ft. 6in. to.l5lt; BUILDERS' TOOLS. I I FURNITURE- \ / ROSEWOOD DININGROOM SUmfe, KITCHEN SUITE, ESTEY ORGAN, LIPP PIANO, BEDROOM PUITErMAl-LE DlNINGROOM SUITE. Thc Foregoing comprise just some of thc Artices to b3 offered for Sale. WI...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I TO CORRESPONDENTS. I Items of news, reports of meet ings, social gatherings, sporting events, weddings, accidents, etc.. will be gratefully accepted. Per sonal paragraphs must be signed by responsible persons. I Write in ink, on one side of thc paper (names in capital letters), and be. brief and accurate. Bc careful to verify all facts, so that thc paper will not suffer owing to inaccuracies, and others perhaps be put IO inconvenience. Jfj you like "The News," recom mend it to your friends. j

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

I - :~ -???? .*! EDGLEY, SON & WILLIAMS, SOLICITORS, I Wheatley's Bu ldlngs, The Crescent, FAIRFIELD. Whatley's Buildtogs: /Thursday, 2 p.m. j tj 5.30; Saturday, » a.m. to 12 noon; by appolntment\¡pj(one B2531. j City Office: 6 Wynyard-street, corner of ! Oeorge-streat, Sydney. j

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TENNIS SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS i ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. Wimbledon v Ingleburn 1.-Parker and Campbell v Daley and Williamson 6/4: Parker and Campbell v Mcilveen and Metcalf 6/5; Misses Clissold and White house v Mrs. Graham and Miss Mahon 6/5; Miss Clissold and Blinman v Mrs. Mahon and Daley 4/6; Miss Wnitehouse and Campbell v Miss Mahon and Mcil veen 6/5; Miss Whitehouse and Parker v Miss Mahen and Williamson 6/2. Wim bledon forfeited last three sets. Won by , Ingleburn, 4/45 to 5/34. Liverpool v v Liverpool 2.-Dunbar and Beveridge v Keys and Kirkpatrick 1/6; Cole and Miss Banks v Webb and Miss Klicher 6/4; Heeger and Miss Rob inson v Lomax and Mrs. Beveridge 6/0; Heeger and Cole v Keys and Kirkpat rick 6/4; Miss Robinson and Miss Banks v Miss Kltcher and Mrs. Beveridge 6/1; Dunbar and Beveridge v Webb and Lo max 6/5; Dunbar and Miss Robinson v Klikpatrick and Mrs. Beveridge 6'0: Beveridge and Cole v Webb and Lomax 3/2. Won by Liverpool 1. 7/46 to 1/24. A RESERVE. Oxford v Gunaaroos.-Collins ana...

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I '-? I F O O T B ALL I RUGBY LEAGUE GAMES. . By defeating Camden by 5 to 2, Camp belltown won the 1937 premiership and the Cecil Tate Cup. The championship of grout) C, between Wollondilly and Berrima, will be played I at Campbelltown next Sunday. Wollon I dilly's team is comprised of Campbell town. Camden, Picton and Thirlmere players. In the first round of the knockout com petition Camden beat Picton 3 to 2, and Campbelltown beat Thirlmere 7 to ntl. North Sydney (President's Cup team) j defeated Liverpool by 27 to ll on the .Camp cval on Sunday. Liverpool scor ¡ ars were I. Tirane two tries, "Dinty" McLaurin one ..try, and J. Hartley one I goal. " To prevent silk or woollen stockinjs from wearing at tnt heels and toes, rub these parts «on the inside of stockings) with your toilet soap slightly moistened. Tills wrinkle has been most effective over a period cf 12 months.

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PRESENTATION. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

-:c: PRESENTATION, I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith. The postal staff of Liverpool and mem bers of the engineering section and tele phonists were well represented at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith on Tuesday night, when Bob and his wife were given a surprise party and pre sentation. The gift was a valuable cut-glass water service, and the presentation was mace by Mr. G. Brown (postmaster). He and others spoke In glowing terms of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and both suitably re sponded. Bob ls to be transferred lo the G.P.O.,

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

'"'Ill"1' '«<tt*iMiM "KM."' ; nilli with I TIMBÈR 1 If you specify that the Timber bey^upplied by S fiai us, you will be sure of the best, ami J/n\\ show real fj= ss savings. We supply Timber in an/ qjjantity for every Es 5] purpose. SS - S = ALEX CRIMSON, Prop. Ss I LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS 1 gj Coori* SI., LIVERPOOL, , Then» Liv. 234. P.O. Bo» No. «. =j aiiiiiiiiiiiiisp GY^AX DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ! GRODPTOKBNSI Make sure yoúr Boot Repairs are GOOD /REPAIRS, by tauting them to Si WHÈATLEY, 181 Macquarie Street - - LIVERPOOL MEMBER OF N.S.W. MASTER.BOOTMAKERS'. & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. For All Your ELECTRICAL & RADIO REPAIRS, call N. W.J^RATT, Licensed /Electrical Contractor, Macquarie Stree/- - - - LIVERPOOL (THREE DOORS PROM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT - Hillcrest - Wine Saloon MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. A. W. CAMPBELL L, Proprietor. The New Management wishes/to notify the General Public that, in taking over this Wil-known business, strict atten...

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Auctioneers' Position INTERESTING LAW POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

Auctioneers' Position INTERESTING LAW POINT. J At Liverpool Court aa Monday last, I Reginald Morton sought to recover from John V. Tully, auctioneer, the sum of £2, the value of a horse sold In Liv erpool saleyards. The auctioneer said he received in structions that the horse was a saddle and harness horse. He sold the animal, which the buyer found was unsound, and refused to pay the auctioneer £2. The or iginal owner sued for the amount. The P.M. said that in the absence ci any special instructions as to selling for cash or credit, the responsibility was on the agent to «ell for cash. He must there fore find for the claimant for an amount of £1/16/6 <£2. less commission, etc.), with 8/- costs. The auctioneer, he point ed out, could take action to recover from the buyer, who, If he purchased with out guarantee, did so at his own risk. If a dish sticks to table baize, do 'not attempt to pull it off. > instead, fill the dish with hot water and leave for a Ut- | tie while...

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BABY HEALTH CENTRE. Frogress Report for June. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

BABY HEALTH CENTBE. j Frogress Report for June. The following particulars relating to the work of the Liverpool Baoy Health Centre during the past month have been kindly furnished by the Director-General of Public Health (Dr. E. Sydney Morris) and will, no doubt, prove of interest to our readers:-Mothers of new-born babies visited by'sisters, 16; new cases enrolled at centre, 9; babies weighed, 245; test meals given, 17; expectant mothers ad vised, 3. Attendance at centre: Infants under one year, 212; under two years, 18; under three years, 10; total attend ances, including mothers without babies, 253; daily average attendance at centre, 29.

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OLD MAN KILLED BY TRAIN. Refused to Remain in Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I OLD MAN KILLED BY TRA^N. j Refused (o Remain in Hospital. Alfred Wilcocks, 76, an inmate of thc Liverpool State Hospital, was killed on Thursday by a train at Liverpool. | Wilcocks ls said to have asked per mission to leave the hospital for the day. The police have" been told that his re quest was refused. Hospital employees saw him go in the direction of the railway line. He was deaf, and lt is believed that he was unaware of the train's approach. He was aparently struck while climbing up an embankment. The driver, un-1 aware of tht tragedy,'continued on. i Sergeant Dudley and others removed the body to the morgue. j

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MILK SELLERS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

! ' MILK SELLERS FINED. Elizabeth Brewer, of Liverpool, ,-was fined 20/-, costs 8/-, at Liverpool Court on Monday, for selling adulterated milk on June 7. Evidence was give» that there was a deficiency of butter fat, due to careless ness, but there was no suggestion of add ed water. Douglas Macwhinnie was fined 20/-, costs 8/-, fer selling adulterated milk, under similar circumstance», at Liver pool ca June 7.

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

J UNTRUE. Husband (to magistrate): The trouble between me and the missus is that she never gives me a hot dinner. Woman: That's not true, yer worship. Hrs had a hard-boiled egg only yesterday.

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