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AN APPEAL TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

I AN APPEAL TO FOOTBALL I FOLLOWERS. (To the Editor.) I Slr,-On behalf of the Liverpool Blues Football dub, I wish to make an ap peal to our patrons to try and help us to keep our ground for the sport they all like so well. On Sunday. July 4, tilings happened that were unknown to our committee, and it has been considered by the military authorities to stop all sport from taking part on their ground. On Sunday, July 4, people were seen Jumping the fences and doing damage to same. Now, we make this appeal to you all to help us in this respect, and make use of the gate open for the pur pose of entering the ground. If we lose this ground we will be forced to give up all classes of sport, owing to our council not making a park or recreation ground available for anything like sport other than tennis. Even our school boys have to. play on the Camp oval. So you can ¡ see why we make this appeal to you for help. We vrtll give you the sport ll I you give us your support. I Trusting our patron...

Publication Title: Liverpool News
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CHILDREN'S BALL LIVERPOOL JUNIOR TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 22 July 1937

^HÏLÔREN'S miX UVBRPOOL JUNIOR TECrfoílOAl. 80R00U / Tho annual plain and fancy aro» bali of Liverpool Junior Technical Sclhool wan held in the local Town Hall orl Friday last, under the auspices of ihe > Parents and Citizens' Association. The {function proved an outstanding success Li every way, over -300 children and adult!spend ing a most pleasant evening. {Dancing was enjoyed to the populad» Lionel D'Arcy's orchestra; and Mr. Pefiler car ried out the duties of M.C. jEost pro ficiently. JF Tne Mothers' Club providejf a sump tuous supper for thc children, served in the supper-room, and wij4n>ut a doubt it was thoroughly appreciated. During an Intervalyftne Junior boya (Ui-.der Mr. Ward) aira' tile seniors (un der Mr. Rattray) give' exhibitions ci physical exercises^ which were descry ediy applauded. J Mr. Tonkin^ (headmaster) thanked the the people for attending tne ball and helping to make lt sucn a success; also the ladles of the Mothers' Club, -who had worked so successfu...

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

: A. li < Mil ,.>"> ., , M^JMJII». Ill» lilli AßOÜf PEOPLE, i Mrs. Boy Wheatley and nor son Max, of Bringelly, aro going to Maitland fvr the polo carnival, * * * Mr. W. A. Kelso, of Chipping Norton, is a patient in tile Prince of Wales Hos pital. . * . - .*, i Mr. Allen, of St. Mary's-road, Kemp's 1 Creek, is a patient in St. Joseph's Hos pital. * , * * Little John -Banks, of Bathurst-street, Liverpool, is a patient in thc Children'); Hospital. * * * Mr. Tom Entwistle, of Orang::, Grove road, Liverpool, was taken to Liverpool Hospital during the week by Liverpool Ambulance. * . * . Mrs. W. Alchin, popular member ol the RS. & S.I.L.A. Ladies' Auxiliary, ls seriously ill In hospital. I * . *;. j Mr. D. Alchin, of George-slrset, Liv erpool, ls a patient in St. Joseph's Hos-! 'pital, Auburn, with probable appendi citis. * * * Mr, R. Hindmarsh, sen., of Liverpool,   and his son Bruce, who are both rail- way employees, are at present on an nual holida...

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WHY THE FROG CROAKED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

WHY THE FROG CROAKED. A frog, which hepped on to thc ar-1 . restors of the main sub-station at Liv-1 ' erpool, interrupted "the electricity sup- j cly for half a minute. j

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BAD STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

I EAD STREETS. It is unfortunate that thc streets of Liverpool leading to the Slate Hospital, Police Court, uouncil Chambers 'and Masonic Lodge should be tile worst in tire tcwn. Repairs s^cin to be useless on. Moore and Bigge-strects. If the coun cil could sec its way to lay solid founda tions in these ihoroughfarcs the money would be well spent.

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

BOWLS. j Liverpool Bowling Club team (Messrs. Lcngumuir, Potts, Taylor and Walt) de ieated Bankstown in a charity lourna men ct Parramatta green ou Saturday. On Sunday 12 members ol the club visited Windscr for a friendly match. The ladies served aiternoon tea. and an en joyable time was spent. Windsor won by a narrow mai gin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

?with "j TIMBER i If yoy specify that the Timber bp supplied by §E Hf. y°u will be eure of the best, and/will show real Ss savings. We supply Timber in ft>y quantity for every ffi purpose. m m = . ALEX GRIMSÓfirf Prop. ¡ES I LIVERPOOL SAWMILLS I jg Georg. St, LIVERPOOL. 'Phon* Liv. 234. P.O. Bog No. «. j=j MlllllliailTO DONT BE DISAPPOINTED Î ^RODP TOKIWS^ Majce sure your ßopt Repairs are GOOD REPAIRS» by taking them to S. WHEATLEY, LIVERPOOL 1 ß j Macquarie Street - MEMBER OF N.S.W. JWASTER. BOOTMAKKHS' & REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. For AH Your ELECTRICAL & RADIO REPAIRS, call N. W. BARATT, Licensed Electrical Contractor, Macquarie StreetV.. . " LIVERPOOL (THREE DOORS FROM HOTEL LIVERPOOL). UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT llcrest - ne Saloon RIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. fE L L, Proprietor. -- to notify the General Public known business, strict attention Customers, and all the Best of WINES will be stocked. Let the HILLCREST Saloón be Vom Most Popular Rendezvous. The Publip are cordia...

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SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE PARTY. I To delray tin; preliminary expenses of I the forthcoming spinsters' ball, tile com mittee held a euchre party at the home j of Mrs. Cook, of Beach-road. Casula, last , Friday night. About 30 people were prê tent and thorougnly cv.joyed themselves. Tlie winners wire Mis. B. Forbes and Mr. C. May, whilst Mr. W. Monis won Hie chocolates. All Ul-' prizes were do nated back to the committee. A dainty supper was served. i

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COUNCILS' VIEWS. Criticism of Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

COUNCILS' VIEWS. j Criticism ot Minister. , Tho secretary of the. Local Govern ment Association (Mr. A. R. B'.Uitb.), replying to the Minister (Mr. Spooner; who had said that the sae of property for arreares of rates could not safely be left in the hands of all councils, and their officers, remarked that it did not seem that the Minister could have it botf> ways. "Mr. Spooner says the present diffi cufiy has arisen because the counc li have be/;n toe- lax," Mr. Bluett said, "but he maintains that if they are given the powers suggested, they will be too harsh." ' Mr. Bluett added that the C2.6PO.000 arrears in rates were the legacy cf the j depression. That legacy required effect- j ive methods that. would not incur huge legal or other costs, but would operate without harshness. . Ths councils fcad hoped that the Minister would have had some practical suggestions to offer to overcome tile difficulty, rather than finding fault with their administration. The suggestion that power sh...

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FIRE IN FISH SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

i FIRE' IN FISH SHOP. UvcrpoU Fire Brigade received a call to J. Lucas' lisli snup ii) Macquaric-st. ou Wednesday moniiiig oí last week, but tile lire had been smothered by the time the brigade arrived and no damige was dene. Tne oil in thc ikh pans boiled over and caught alight.

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SUCCESSFUL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

SUCCESSFUL SALE. Mr. jolui V. Tully, auctioneer and es tate agent, of Liverpool, conducted a very successlul auction wie on Hie es tate of E. H. Steele, at Austral, last Sat uidwy. Over 200 peuple were present and I (iùO lots were disposed of alter keen bid I ding.

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PREMIER AT HAMMONDVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

! PREMIER AT HAMMONDVILLE. The Premier (Mr. Stevens), Mrs. Ste vens, Sir Frederick Stewart, and Canon Hammcpd on Sunday visited the Ham mondville settlement and met a number of people hi their homes. Mr. Stevens said afterwards that a deep debt of gratitude was due to Canon Hanunciid for his magnificent work, evi dences of which were so apparent in the thriving settlement at Hammondville.

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GOOD HURDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

GOOD HURDLER. | It is rumored tliat' Miss Bessie's hurd ler is now scaling; Gil, DAL, and should be in thc running; at the next show. There is a probability that this young lady will attempt the Sydney to New castle cycle record.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

Ililli! \ Y Does Your Boy ; Need Glasses If lie h troubled with poor 1 sight let us snake an examina tion. The latest methods used by us ensure accurate lenses heine prescribed. ; I.CrawfordLtd. 23 George St., PARRAMATTA 1 (Op. Court Howe). Ph. UW8998 S ' I ..'i/i«

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WOODWARD PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

I WOODWARD PARK. I , The Woodward Park Tnut decided at a meeting last Friday 'night to lay a cricket púch and eifel lavatory conveni ences at the recreation ground. The improvements will be appreciated and should add to tile popularity of tile park.

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New Presbyterian Minister [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

Presbyterian Minister ÍRev. C\C. jeanie, tile new Presby terian Mlnkter at Liverpool, conducted ?his first tempe cn Sunday morning. 1 There were gVSjfi congregations at both I morning and evjwng services. 1 Mr. and-Mrs.lWojarne came from Coo nabarabran, where \liey were extremely , popular.' Prior'ito UWr departure from I coonabarabran, I Mi', wfcariie was pre I sented lyith a íeáther topacco poucli by i his friends, and- the churfch placed on its books a minute in appreciation of the : minister's services in placing the parish on a sound footing. ' On the previous Sunday there was a large gathering at a farewell io Mr. and j Mrs. Wearne and family.; The reverend gentleman was presented -with a wallet I of notes, and "The Silent Workers" (a church organisation) presented Mr. \Vearne with a pipe. The parishion ers at Ccojah also presented Rev. Mr. Wearne with a wallet of notes. Tlie new minister is a son of Mr. Wearne, builder, of Liveipopl. WARM PRESBYTERIAN APPRECIATION. No finer t...

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HOUSE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

HOUSE PARTY. A house polly was held at Mr. Regan's home, Charles-avenue, Moorebank, last Saturday night, to raise funds for tile Hcgicss Association. Guessing the weight of tue cake was won by Mr. Regan; and" the prise tor the largest mouth went to Mr. L. Darcy.

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A.L.P. SUCCESS. Two Hundred at Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

A,l.P. SUCCESS. I ' Two If Mildred al.Dancr. ! Tl»e popularity pf the Liverpool A.L.P. dances was again hi evidence last Sat urday night, when ' a gathering of 200 spent a most enjoyable four hours at Liverpool tora Half. Mr. J. J. O'Neil was the energetic organiser, and lie left no stone unturned for thc success of the dance. Tl}e popular girt competition was final ised, arid Miss Peggy Stanton was de clared the fortunate young lady: and r Mr. H. Lazzarini, M.H.H.. in a n icu speech, presented* Miss Stanton willi a silver, pup. Mr. Lazzarini was accompanied by Mr?. Lazzarini. Marple's orchestra provided sparkling music, and Mr. Terry Fitzpatrick was in fine voice as M.C. The Monte Carlo competition was won by Miss Middleton and Mr. W. Fitzpatrick; whilst Miss Schell and Mr. McLeod won the mystery barn dance. During the evening Mr. W. Morris (president of Liverpool branch), thanked everyone for their staunch support j Visitors were' present from Fivedock. Belmore, Mascot, Chipping N...

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HERE AND THERE MISSION LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

MERE^AND -THERE MISSION LECTURE. The people of St. Adrian's Church of, England, Moorebank, enjoyed a lecture last Sunday dealing wiui mission work in China.

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Liverpool P. and C. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool News — 29 July 1937

¡Liverpool P. and C. Association. J _:_ j The monthly meeting of Liverpool Parents and Citizens' Association was held at Liverpool school on the 2utn 1 inst. The balance sheet cf the recent ball was submitted by the treasurer and adopted, as was also the general financial Statement of the association. Funds are in quite a healthy state. The president and Mr. Tonkin (head master) thanked the ladies for their ex cellent work, which contributed so much to the success of the function. Mr. Tonkin reported having bought books for the school library, but more were required. The school sports are to be held at the showground on Wednesday, the 28th inst, and the ladies agreed to attend to details of the luncheons for the boys on that day. Mr. Pender, secretary, agreed to con vene a ladles' meeting at his home to finalise details. The meeting closed somewhat earlier than usual, as the members wished to attend the Ambulance ball.

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