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  2. NAVAL OFFICER WELCOMED

    The first welcome home function to be held in Liverpool since this war began in 1939 took place in the Town Hall last Friday night, and proved an outstanding ...

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  3. HERE AND THERE FIRST AID CLASSES.

    The classes for the instruction of the wardens of Liverpool in first aid work have now been completed, and on Monday evening, next a meeting will be held ...

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  4. PERSONAL PARS.

    Mr. T. Grimson, who was injured in the motor accident at Narellan railway crossing, was transferred from Camden Hospital to Prince Alfred Hospital last ...

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  6. NARELLAN CAMP HUT.

    A new church of England hut for the use of members of the forces at Narellan camp was officially opened by the Governor, Lord Wakehurst, on Saturday ...

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  7. PHOTOGRAPHER'S SUCCESS.

    In a recent Caligi[?] photographic con[?]est, Mrs. V. Cronshaw, of Norfolk Street, Liverpool, gained four certificates of [?]rit [?]n the child study section. The ...

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  8. FEW INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

    The health inspector reported to Liverpool Council this week as follows:— Infectious diseases notified during the past fortnight were two cases of scarlet ...

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  10. OBITUARY

    A well-known resident of the district, in the person of Mrs. Mary Hind, passed away last Saturday, October 11, in her 86th year. ...

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  11. LIVERPOOL'S MUNICIPAL GARDENER

    At Liverpool Council meeting on Tuesday night last, the Deputy Mayor. Ald. C. Killinger, said that many complimentary references had been made by residents of ...

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  12. WEDDING BELLS

    A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Luke's Church of England, Liverpool, on Saturday, September 27, Rev. F. Meyer officiating at the ceremony. The ...

    Article : 239 words
  13. IS LIVERPOOL DEAD?

    Many of the "grumps" who say Liverpool is as dead as it was thirty years ago will do well to digest these figures, supplied at Liverpool Council meeting on ...

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  14. LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARTS

    The committee of the Liverpool School of Arts are still doing good work, enlivening the affairs of the institution, and since their election to office the financial ...

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  15. 122nd ANNIVERSARY

    On Sunday next October 19, the 122nd anniversary of St. Luke's Church of England, Liverpool, will be celebrated, when special services, will be held, together with ...

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  16. 21st BIRTHDAY

    A birthday party was held at the Meth[?] Sunday School Hall on Saturday, October 11, the occasion being the 21st S[?]day of Miss Emmie Sutton, eldest ...

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  17. HOXTON PARK FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. DALZIEL AND FAMILY.

    A very successful function was held in Hoxton Park Progress Hall recently, when Mr. and Mrs. Dalziel and Malcolm were farewelled by the residents of ...

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  18. CHIL[?] [?] DISPLAY [?] [?].

    [?] de[?] [?] [?]y, ...

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  19. SEND-OFF AT CASULA.

    A large crowd gathered at Casula Hall on Tuesday, October 14, when a send-off and presentation was given to Gunner M. Bowden, of Hume Highway, Casula. ...

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  20. 'Russia Day' in Sydney

    Russia Day will be celebrated in Sydney and suburbs to-morrow. Friday. Buttons will be sold in the streets to raise money for bandages, medicines ...

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  21. WOOL CLASSER

    Mr. John J. Cullen, of Hume Highway. Liverpool, who is at present wool classing at Biraganbil Station, is one of the oldest wool classers on the Job in this State, ...

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  23. CRICKETERS' BENEFIT DANCE.

    A large and jolly crowd danced to the strains of hot rhythm from the "Swing Potato Band" at Green Valley Hall o[?] Saturday night last. Credit must be ...

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  24. LIVERPOOL BUILDINGS.

    Liverpool Council has approved of the following new buildings, subject to minor provisions:— T. R. Pitt, asbestos cement cottage. ...

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  25. CABRAMATTA FOOTBALLERS WIN

    The protest of Cabramatta B grade Rugby League team against Concord, in the final of the Western Suburbs Junior League competition, has been upheld. ...

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  27. BRITISH ARMY ALLOWANCES.

    The British Government is introducing far-reaching reforms involving substantially increased allowances for the families of servicemen, and other ...

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