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

TO ADVERTISERS. "Copy" for contract advertise ments should reach this office early in the week, to allow time for careful handling and display. Casual advertisements will be I received up to Wednesday; and I urgent notices1 up to 9 a.m. on Thursday. j Observance of the above will [ be çrealty appreciated!

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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BAPTIST RALLY. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

BAPTIST RALLY. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The quarterly rally of the above asso ciation was held at the Liverpool Baptist Church on Saturday, 17th, which repre sentatives of the various churches of the district attended. There were two sessions, 3 p.m., eta 7.15 p.m., at which, in spite of the un certainty of the weather, encouraging ! congrégations attended. The afternoon session was* chaired by Rev. G. D. Mill, of Granville Church; and the speakers were Pastors E. C. Smith and Nu P. Anderson. The respective topics were "The Indwelling Christ" and "The Out living Christ." Pastor Smith shored all present tnat If they were Christians, then they had dwelling within themselves a power, a force, which was not of this earth, but of God. Pastor Anderson followed, revealing \ that a Christian, true to his name, would reveal Christ in All his words, deeds and actions. Miss Rlckersey, cf Auburn, rendered an appropriate, and much-appreciatea solo. Owing to the fact that thc spea...

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THE REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

j THE REASON. .{ ítiblcy: I saw In the paper the other day that In one part cf America a dog licen.7; costs twice as much as a mar riage license. Rather odd; don't you tWhk ? j Babley: No; I believe there's some jus tification for It; because, pf ter all, you have reasonable hopes of keging your dog. _

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Gracie Fields' Big Tea Party. 9000 FROM ROCHDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I Gracie Fields' Big Tea Party. 9000 FROM ROCHDALE. j *. One person in every ten left Rochdale for a trip to Windsor and London at the invitation of Miss Gracie Fields. They travelled In 20 trains which left Rochdale between 3 and 7 a.m. and in which every seat had been booked since lasX August. Itjwas the 'biggest single rail trip ever organised. Lcd by nine guides, they invaiifid the State apartments of Windsor Caste, the grounds, and St. George's Chapel. They watched the changing of the uuard, -and went foi tripe on the Thames. Then 118 coaches tock them to Alex andra Palace, /North London, fer the big gest tea party ever held theme-a party crowned by Gracie herself. One thousand one hundred workers in the tra runo rt catfrlng and entertain ment industries, devoted the day to their needs. . « ? ' For the tea party there were: 18,009 rolls, 18,000 cakes, 9000 meat pies! 136 lb. of tr*. 450 lb. of sugar, 630 lb. jam antf 270 gallons of milk. But even the vast Alexandra Palace cruld...

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RECEIVED WITH THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

RECEIVED WITH THANKS. " j MacThistle: Almost six ;dozen shoes j were thrown-at my wedding. .. ,. , 1 .Friend: Six dozen I can't,tejiera,¡it. . i ? MecTlusae: Well, there's the ïhoc .cup. I hoard; open lt ead count them. I

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I.O.O.F. Election of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I.O.O.F. Election of Officers. J At the last meeting of Liverpool branch of the I.O.O.F, the election and Instal lation of officers took place. The instal lation was carried out iby-D.P.G.M. Bro. F. Greig, assisted by P.O.'s from Cabra matta lodge. The officers elected were: N.G., Bro. G. McDonald; Vlce-G., Bro. J. Montgomery; secretary, Bro. T. Har old; treasurer, Bro. W. Cottcrill; chap lain. Bro. J. Cook; J.P.G., Bro. A. Mur ray; delegate to annual conference. Bro. T. Harold; deputy delegate. Bro. W. Cotterill. A very agreeable supper was served afterwards.

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Good Eyes and Good Health. (No. 2) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

J Good Eyes and Good Health. (By I. CRAWFORD, Optometrist and Optician, 23 Geoige-st., Parramatta.) (No. 2) The human tye is a simple little or gan, rather imperfect, extremely deli cate, and so necessary to our comfort that if we were better acquainted with it and knew its limitations we would ake a great deal bitter care of it. It eau actually be compared to a very complote little camera, and the resemblance is really startling. First, there are the eyelids, which cor- j respond to the shutters in a camera and ] answer the same purpose-that of open ing and closing to allow the light to en ter the lens system of the eye. Tile eye lids also help to protect ihe eye from flying particles and are capable of clos uig with marvellous speed when vieces-1 sary. Then there is Ihe hard, transparent cuter coating of the eye, called the cor nea, which ls a part of tile "lens sys tem" of our little camera. Back of this outer coating, or cornea, is a watery fluid called tne aqueous humor, which ...

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SHIRLEY TEMPLE—WELL-BELOVED. Delightful Free Art Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I SHIRLEY' TEMPLE-WELL-BELOVED, j j Delightful Free Art Plate. I IThe cyncal man is amused when he j goes to a picture featuring Shitey Tem ple to note how women sigh with satis-1 -faction when th charming youngster ap- I ür^ars, and exclaim, "Oh, she is lovely !" I cr "She's the world's sweetest thing I" j Recognising this universal love of Shir ley, the editor of that popular monthly, 'Everylady's Journal," presents tit read, ers this month with a delightful art plate in colors of Shirley Temple-worth fram ing. Women who buy "Everylady's Journal" -7-8d everywhere-will also get an eight page photogravure supplement of pic I tures, and 64 pages cf fine stories, anieles, etc.-the best 6d. publication for women. If "Everylady's Journal" ls unobtain able officially, 7d in stamps sent to 'Every lady's Journal," 230-236 Stanley-street West Melbourne. C3. Victoria, will brine a ccray by return, with fiee gift -Shir ley Temple art plate.

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EDGAR WALLACE MONEYMAKER AFTER HIS DEATH. DEBTS BEING PAID OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

EDGAR WALLACE MONEYMAKER AFTER HIS DEATH. j DEBTS BEING PAID OFF. .When Edgar Wallace died In Holly- ' wood in 1932 he left claims ovi his es tate to'talling £120,000, with assets nil. It ls now disclosed that in the last five years more than £60,000 has been earned in royalties and other payments respect ing his novels and plays. Mr. S. E. Linnit, solicitor of the Wal lace estate and managing director of the Company formed to administer it, said that through the efforts of Sir Patrick Hastings, K.C., a close friend cf Mr. Wallace, the various creditors received far more than had ever been thought possible, and the estate had been placea on a profit-earning basis. The original total of claims was re duced on a legal basis to £64,000, and in the first two years, when the estate was still in the official receiver's hands, the income from the sale of Wallace -novels and nun rights amounted to £35,000. The entire sum was devoted to paying creditors, all the smaller once receiving 20/- i...

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

?SETI We now Give GROUP TOKENS with every 1/- spent, and you can redeem them for Valuable Presents. WE GIVE YOU CAN NOW SAVE further i-gwrangj on your HARDWARE, PAINTS, CROCKERY, etc., by Btuyng at MChrisliansen^ty^iM. Macquarie St.,LIVERPOOL, Tel. Liv. 20. Tel.: Liv. 20. T. P. FITZPATRICK THE MODE7L BAKERY, Terminus and/ Scott Streets, Tel: 38 Liv. LIVERPOOL. OUR CONSTANT ENDE AMOR IS QUALITY & SATISFACTION. Ours is the Better Bread with the Nutty Flavor. OUR BREAD SECURED FIRST PRIZE AT LIVERPOOL SHOW. 1937, and Other Years. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, General Storekeepers & Produce Merchants, RAILWAY STORES/Scott Street, Liverpool. TELEPHONE: LIVERPOOL 63. We desire to partícula rly ' mention that we stock only the Bast of all Goods - Groceries, Dairy Produc«,/ßran, Pollard, Chaff, etc. QUALITY - - - VALUE SERVICE ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED lo ali Parts of thc District. CIVILITY, Plus SERVICE ! MISS M. and E. WINDSOR, IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, SCOTT STREET/ LVERPOO...

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HOW EARTH WILL DIE. FRENCH ASTRONOMER'S THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

HOW EARTH WILL DIE. FRENCH ASTRONOMER'S THEORY. M. Camille Flammarion, Iiis emi-ient astronomer, says that in all probability, notwlth landing all Uv» circumstances whL-h threaten it, the earth will suffer not an accidenta, but a natural death. The death will be the consequence of the extinction of the sun in 20.000.000 jjears or more-perhaps 30,000.000. As a relatively moderate rate Its condensation will give it on one hand 17.000.000 years rf existence, while on the other hand, t e inevitable fall of the meteors into the sun may double the number. Even if you suppose the duration of the 6un to be prolonged to 40.000.000 yeirs. it ls still Incontestable that the radiations from the sun cools it. and the tf?irperature ci a 1 the bodies tends t> an equilibrium. . Then the earth and all ?.he other planets cf our system will cease to be the ab-vie of life. Tl-ev w\M '>» erased from the great book, and will re volve, blac'c -cemeteries, around an ex timn 1"-I"e1 sun. Will tile pla...

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WINTER DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

WINTER- DANCE. "A wonderful night." was thc opinion .f all the happy dancers who attended the Convent's winter dance In Liverpool Town Hall last Saturday night. A great time the 180 odd dancers had. with Orton's orchestra providing the music; and they were reinforced laicr in the evening by members of Geo. Lee's band. The jovial Mr. Terri- Fitzpatrick was M.C. The novelty dances were won by Miss Peggy Stanton and Mr. W. Mun day, Miss Beroski and Mr. J. Barrett. Miss Barrett and Mr. A. Crimson; lucky door. Miss G. Williams and Mr.' McDon- . aid: best-dressed-- ladies. Misses E. New combe and A. Debenham. The committee responsible for such a tasty supper were Mesdames Threlkeld. Matthews. Boyd, Zaftig-. T,<Jtelly and 'Miss" M. Jonas. Messrs?iB. ^Fitzpatrick and T. Cárter were the doorkeepers.

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"MISS 'OPPY," JOYCE BARRY AFTER RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

"MISS 'OPPY," JOYCE EARRY AFTER RECORDS. Uli most inclusive campaign ci ve- I cord breakers yet arranged for a woman cyclist in Ai it. alia is to shcrJy be un dertaken by Joyce Barry, the champion New Scut!: Wales lady cyclist who, be cause of her remarkable list of perfDrm Í nces, has become known as "Miss Op perman." Jcyce starts her series of record at tempts on Mpnday, July 26. in an at tinpt to establish a woman's cycling re cord for Newcastle to Sydney, 104 mil». The many hilly sections which she will encounter will make her task a partéa la/y arduous one; but the 18-years-old Joyce, who ls a splendid specimen of Aus- I tralian girlhood, standing close on 5ft. i loin., and built in proportion', ls confid- | nit of completing the gruelling ride in Si.í lieut's, an average oi 17.3 miles per \ hour. j lliis ride will be a "pipe-opener" for ¡ Joyce's attempt to establish a record for | the 182 miles course from Orange to | Sydney early in August-a ride which will Include the negot...

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RICHEST GIRL IN WORLD. COTTAGE TO COST £20,000. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

RICHEST GIRL IN WORLD. COTTAGE TO COST £20,000. A girl who inherited £25,000,000 was among the suburban sightseers at the British Museum the other day. She is said to be the richest girl In the world-lovely, blonde, 24-years-old Doris Duke, who is new the wife of Mr. James Cromwell, son of one of J. P. Mor gan's millionaire partners. Their task was to seek details of Fer- ¡ sian hcuse decoration for the five-room- I ed collage they are building on the fam ous Waikiki baach in Honolulu. A beach cottage, but it will cost £20,000 -14000 a worn. Mr. Cromwell told all about it. "Our cottage," he said, "will be an ex act replica of an ancient Persian man 1 sion. "It will have an ttractive, square-look ing appearance, because we have décidée to do without the Persian minarets. But ihe windows will bi genuine Persian hi shape. "In lyndon my wife has been buying a number cf things for it-including some lovely tables and Persian pictures. We'll have some fine tapestries, too." I PERSIAN GARDE...

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HERE AND THERE BOY KNOOKED DOWN, BY CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

HERE AND . ^HEkE ' BOY KNOCKED DOWN. HY OAR, Ronald Whitehouse, (Ive, of aeorgt> street, Liverpool, was knocked« down by a motor car when trying to cross Mac quarle-street on Saturday morning. He was taken to Liverpool Hospital suffer ing with a lacerated thigh and shock.

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Hollywood Mix-up. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

l'j^ly^äd''Mix-up: J Thc jpneo Fflmtly homo isn't Die jones Family [home at edi, but Uv? Pelton family ?»onie, and when the .lunts Family, who do#i't live there, move in. the Pelton family,! who do, have io m-ve cut. if ¿hat .alunds mixed-up, it's still very simplclrealiy- Because th? Pelton family is a rs» family, with a real home at Ü44 Fifty AÇenue in Los Angeles, while the Jones Ffimlly exists only by virtue of the movlfcs- But the Joirs family, when they'ie making mortes, have to have a AREN'T VOL' : Rochelle Hudson's looks indicate that a certain amount .of showdown has been going on Nasty looking little toy in her right hand, if you look closely. Scene is from the 20th Century-Fox film "Thai I May Live," something entirtly new hi comedy-adventure with, in addition to Rochelle, Robert Kent, Douglas Fowley. and J. Edward Bromberg in Die cast. home in which to live, and so Sol M. ! Wurtzel. when he started producing thc ' jocular series, rented ths Pelt n liome as the proper sor...

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

FOR MEN'S FOOTWEAR, LADIES' SLIPPERS AND 'J SPORTS SHOES, try BLAKE'S REPAIR & FOOTWEAR SHOT*. SCOTT STREET (Opp. Fire Station), LIVERPOOL, BETTER BOOT REPAIR'S: We Give You the Quality as well as Finish Tn our Work. BARK-TANNED LEATHER ONLY USED. MEMBER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS* ASSOCIATION. "The News" Advertisers are reliable; try them WE WILL P. E. Le 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/ DEMONSTRATE GLADLY. M A S UR I E R, B. C. D., LIVERPOOL RADIO SERVICE, MACQUARIE STREET. GET YOUR QUOTE FOR REPAIRS AT MOOREBANK. G A R A/G E, EPSOM ROAD, MOOREBANK. Oxy-Welding, Battery Charging^ Retreads. HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'PHONE: Liverpool 288. R. and P. W Y C H, Proprietors, 'The News" , Advertisers are reliable; try them P. E. WILLIAMSON/ BAKER AND PASTRV/OOK, PREMIER BAKERY, LIVERPOOL. 'PHONE: Liverpool 309. BROWN BREAD ...

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

J. de FREITAS & SONS, NURSERY SPECIALISTS. ROSES, S. FRUITS á^ITRUS TREES. We are prépare»*^ arake thc astounding sacrifice of our VmifT Trees at lOd. eacn, 9/- dozen, £3.'10//per 1\0; special quotta over 100 lotsj Y Y)f* VDiE-STREET/FAIRFIELD (Opp.Tennis courts Park.) HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR, LAND . <fc ESTATE AGENT, SCOTT "STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone.- Liverpool 284. AUCTION SALES OF POULTRY, PRO DUCE, STOCK, etc., EVERY WEDNES DAY at 1 p m. sharjA VEGETABLE \ ACCTION EVERY SATURDA/ at ll a.m. OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. Agent Jor Alliance :>Assurance. A RE-ÜNÍON DANCE AND CARNIVAL WIGHT, to be held at OASULA HALL, SATURDAY MGH"n/jULY 24, 1937. Free Novelties, Vqupper Provided. DARCY'S ÄROHESTRA. . A. SIMfSONAM.C. ! ADMISSION/. .. ..\.1/6 . /Si' Wildman, Secretary. There'll be a: Hot Time In tlic^Old Town , TO-NIGHT, "Gay Ninétíe^ Dance in LIVERPOOL V^WN HALL, ? JULY 24 - SATUR»»Y - JULY 24 FIFTH HEAT oj WERRIWA CUP Filled "with Silver Value ...

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HORSE FORM. Ways'de, a Good Thing, Beaten in Jostling Finish at Canterbury. John Wilkes a Likely Derby Proposition. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

H Ô ft S £ F Ö IR M. By TOM EU¿S. Wuys'de, a «owl Tiilnr, Beaten In Jostling Finish al Canterbury. John Wilkes a Likely Derby Proportion. The stewards' report issued at Canter bury on saturday, acquainted readers of the Press with the lact that WayJie was hanging in througn the 1st lUltfu oí th» Fïying Weller, and Andy Knox had difficulty in keeping him off Bra eandl, with whom he sinned the leid ov,?r the closing stages of the race. In those circumstances, naturally Waysidî was not able no do his best, for' Anay could not ride with his usual vigor whilst striving also to keep WaysiJe straight. What the stewards did no: report, .however, was that Brazandt was the first offender in this Hike war with Wayside over the conclu; lng stages of the race. When Wayside ian up along side the two-year-old to easily gain tne lead from him. Brazandt slipped in the greasy going, and wiled out sa far tliat he lut Wajslde, and put him off his balance. That .kept him oil Iiis ba'ai.c,! for the rest ...

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FAREWELL TEA. East Hoxton Church Worker. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

FAREWELL TEA. I East Hoxton Church Worker. The Ladies' Guild cf the East Hoxton Union Church recently tendered a fare well afternoon tea to Mrs. Manning, who is leaving the district. In the absence of Mrs. Ord (vice-pre sident of the guild), Mrs. Dalzield re sided, and, on behalf of the ladles, pre sented Mrs. Manning with a handsome cut-glass bowl. A posy of sweet peas, mignonette and violets was presented to the guest by little Olive Bell,

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