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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 April 1947

CULTIVATING ROTARY HOE CONTRACT WORK BOOK NOW. TELEPHONE, AUSTRAL 8. Hoeing durn.' ni .\UM.',L',, ii'. ... . \\ : -, i luxton. Rossmore Leppington, i!riii-i.-ii\ .. . ..-.uii'i¡:ig districts. FOURTH AVENUE AUSTRAL -1MÏH SíüDi PORTRAITS Cf ÖMCHÖN 53 BATHURST SÏ'fcELT. LfVt.5i.Pi;Jj. Phone Liv. 150 A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, HOTEL h!A!N3SI! ¡DGE Mucquw.' '.\e<:::'-. L'v..> pce* J li,t mn! < '"! ! v' '; ? ; ':? l;r .. ;;? ;: '-MIÍDII. WE DELI \ i-.K . rh, . l"Ji7.S49 Tel : UB7863 ÜVfcfcíJGOL TAXI SERVICE L. RAW, Proprietor. QUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL Phone UB7885 Children Given the Same Attention as Adults. SATISFACTION ASSURED msvpni*.. «wu'. WELL. HERE'S Till-; BEST. ... at HERB. 1'ATTIXSLLVS HOTEL LIVERPOOL ? GOOD LIQUOR WELL SERVED * COMFORTABLE LOUNGES. Experienced Drink Waiters. All the Best Brands .?>;' Wines, .Spirits, and Beer. DELICIOUS MEAT PIES, from AUNTY'S CAFE , (J A. Isaac, Proprietor...

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PEEPS IN THE PAST No. 12 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 April 1947

PEEPS IN THE PAST   No. 12 We take our readers a somewhat shorter journey back through the pages   of Liverpool history this week-a mere sixty years. We let you have a peep at two of the prominent townsmen of the time, each admired and looked up to by his neigh- bours and each contributing his share of the shaping of the Liverpool we now know. The quotations are from a publication of 1888. Robert Clyde Blacksmith and wheelwright. His smithy stood where Thompson and Sons now have their store at the junction of Terminus Street and the Highway Ed.). Was born in Sydney in 1850 and moved with his parents while very young to Liverpool. Having learned his trade and worked with his father many years, he married in 1879 Miss Cora Lewis, a colonist, and then took over his father's business. This he has since conducted. He does the principal trade in his line in Liverpool, employing constantly at least four hands. In 1887 Mr. Clyde was elected an al- derman of the Bor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

? Undièr New Management MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. SCOTT (l«te Mrs. Burdon) Ice Cream Confectionery Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor Lottery Ticket Agejncy The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d P** Book ._ /i_ 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

BLAKES FOOTWEAR STORES AND REPAIR FACTORY Macquarie St , and Scott St. Liverpool. Phone UB7689 H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Basjs. Bottle's. Bones, Rags, Kuchen Fats. Scrap Metal. AU at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Liv. 563 Please notice my truck numbers are S5473 and RE552 THOMAS' CORNER j TERMINUS STREET LIVERPOOL i i 1 Fresh Fruil and Vegetables Daily. Fresh Cakes Daily SHAWS PHARMACY 193 Macquarie Street, Liverpool or Accurate Dispensing. To'let Preparations. Gifts and Novelties. WEDDING BREAKFASTS CAiLliLl* I OR IN rUULIC HALLS CONSULT PILLINGERS. Caterers 52 Station Road, AUBURN Phone UX641? THE SCHOOL ^ TUCK SHOP Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con- fectionery. Milk Bar, Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Cut Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Srnallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. Stationery. Groceries. Phone UB76...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

TUCKFIELD & PHILLIPS 146 Cabramatta Road ¡ (Opp. Cinema) ! FRESH FISH Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, lil a m- to 1.30 p.m. 2.30 p...m. to 6 p.m. C3psed on Saturdays YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR JEFF BAIE MIA FOR WOLLONDILLY speaking at the following places: MONDAY, 21s>[ APRIL aili. . p.m. I'»;nIvory's Cnoek Leppington . 9.-13 (near school) ?. .. 2.00 Kaby (near Schoul) 10.15 Kemp's Creek ?. 2.30 Austral (near School) 11-00 Luddenham. 3.00 West Hoxton.11.45 \\Yrninhi . 4.00 p.ni Silverdale. 4.45 Rossmore. 12.30 Warragamba. 7.00 Brmjjell}. 1.00 Wallacia. <S.30 and on SATURDAY, 26th APRIL at a-m. p. ni. Kentlyn ?? k. 12.30 (Glenfield . 9.30 Campbelltown .. .. I -00 Macquarie Kidds .. .. 10.15 Saliers' Settlement 2.00 ingleburn . ll .00 I .e.ime.ali. 2.30 Minto.11 -30 ( ampbclllown. 7.30 Minto East .. .. 12.00 noun Ingleburn. 9.00 VOTE il) BATE BATE FOR BEST REPRESENTATION VOTE 1, 2, FROM THE TOP Authorised by J . Cussen. Wollongong STAN BLACKIE for SIGNS WINDOWS SHOP ...

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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION The monthly meeting of the C.W.A. was held in the Liverpool Town Hall on 10th April, 19«. The President, Mrs. I MacDonald presided. Plans for the first annual 'Blue and Gold* Ball, to be held in the Liverpool Town Hall this Friday, 18th April, are going well ahead, but it was with re- gret that we learned that Mr. McGirr will be unable to attend. However, a warm welcome awaits Mrs. McGirr. Mrs. H. Thompson, a metropolitan member of the Executive, will ateo at- tend, accompanied by Mr. Thompson. Tickets for the Ball are available from Mrs. Tebb or Mrs. Hollingshead and members of the Ball Committee. An Invitation was received from the R.S.L. for the Anzac Dawn Service to be held at the Memorial School of Arts at 4.30 a.m. and several members prom- ised to serve breakfast. The next meeting will be the first Birthday Party, and will be a social ' afternoon. All members and intending members are asked to come along to the Town Hall on May 8th at 2.30 p.m. sha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

I GRANVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD :Î GRANVILLE i COWS, HORSES, and OTHER ANIMALS attended to i DAY or NIGHT. i UL2579 Telephone UU1037 ! E. ROBERTS. R.V.S. by Exam. R. W. BOWEN, B V Sc Parramatta Branch, UW6502 ! j ?consult ( Western Suburbs) -;---, I I SAVE TIME! When in a hurry there's a sure and safe way GO BY TAXI CALL UB 7880 24 HOURS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. Weddings, Parties, Funerals, etc- specially catered for "SHAMROCK'' FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 Scott Street, Liverpool Phone LH 7820 FOR AT,L WREATHS. SPRAYS AND BOUQUETS Norma Bray, Florist, I HOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROY S. TURTON Architectural Draughtsman Macquarie Chambers 61 Macquarie Street, Parramatta 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Ph. TJW7703 j Private: 30 Bolton Street, Guildford Y. i or All riaxM-^ »f $ X FLORAL ART J j; CLARKE HOi:Gll£ A 187 M.U'qu;ii»<- V ff LIVI>1SP(H»L X ÎPhone UB781ß iÄ ROOM SCHEMÈ i-ampilslag: Afirdroom Suite, complete. S piece ^Lounge Suite, Kitchen SuHe, j £99...

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RED CROSS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

RED CROSS NEWS Now that the war is over we find that the need for Red Cross aid is greaser than ever to help rehabilitate otu- ex service personnel. Last week Liverpool sent three dele- gates to the Red Cross conference. They learned much of what is being done in this direction and how cases are in- j creasing daily. We would stress the fact ^hat ex-prisoners of war can receive help in the same way as any discharged unfit. Red Cross will care for them for the rest of their lives. Would all discharged or p.o.w. per- sonnel needing help medically, nnan teially or socially, get in touch with the local branch officers? They will be in- troduced to headquarters Social Secre- tary who will take up their cases thus eliminating publicity. Liverpool Branch meets on the first Thursday of each month in Liverpool School of Arts at 2.30 in the after- noon. Mrs. Pirie and her helpers conducted the street stall last month. Rob Robin- son won the poultry dinner and Mis. Penny of Speed Street won th...

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OLD RESIDENT PASSES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

OLD RESIDENT PASSES The death occurred suddenly on Mon- day afternoon of Mrs. Emily Margaret Banks, a highly respected resident oí Liverpool for over forty years. Mrs. Banks, who was the relict of the late Mr. John Wilson Banks, for many years on the Btaff of the Liverpool State Hospital, is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Tattam and Mrs. F. Revaluion, and three sons, Messrs. Silas, John and Ronald Banks, all well-known and res- pected in the district. At the time of her passing Mrs. Banks was staying with her son Si at his home in Moore Street . She was 68 years of age. The internment tok place yesterday afternoon. Sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

PRIVATE HOSPITAL COLLINGWOOD 6 CH ni SHE ST.. LIVERPOOL AU . Obstete ttidoor and outdoor ' *' cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD and GARLAND Ob t. A T N A. Phone Lfv. 192 Wi AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright. B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) R. T. HoeWns. B.V.flc. (Sydney University) 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN. UX7795 Canterbury Braach: L'A 2557 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT 3 Christie Street, Liverpool WOOD COAL COKE Prompt Delivery - Honest Weight i MODERN HOME PLANS ! AND SPECIFICATIONS TO YOUR OWN DESIGN X Highest Quality Workmanship. Moderate Charges. PALMER & MITCHELL 5 REDMYRE ROAD, STRATHFIELD. Phone UM7478 After Hours, JA5135 £100.000 AVAILABLE FOR NEW HOMES THE LIVERPOOL-PARRA MATTA CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING SOC. HMO tiUü.UOÜ AVAILABLE rOR THE EKLCTION OF NEW HOMES Interest is 4 per cent, and repayments over 22-2/3 years are much less than rent. Loans of 9U per cent, of the value of the land and house are available. Loans arc repayable at any time. You control your own Society under Government supervision. Plans and specifications by well known architects are available from £2/12/6. Legal fees are 2/3rds scale costs. THE CABRAMATTA-PARRAMATTA CO-OfERAilvt BUILDING SOCIETY HAS £50,000 IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR NEW HOMES'. JOIN NOW ! Liverpool Office: MACQUARIE STREET (next to Hotel Liverpool) Parramatta Office: SCH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

J. T. Lang, Leader Remember: LANG'S LEGISLATION LIVES 1 CALLAGHAN The Stra'ght and Upright LANG A.L.P. CANDIDATE Authorised by L. Pemberton, 39 Terminus Street, Liverpool.

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THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

THE LEGION Th Liverpool sub-branch of the Aus- tralian Legion held the usual monthly meeting last Thursday evening. The secretary reported that a num- ber of new members had joined since the last meeting. This sub-branch is co-operating with thc Liverpool Branch R.S.L. in the Anzac Day Dawn Service to be held at the Memorial School of Arts, Liverpool on 25th April. Members are requested to make a special effort to attend and assemble at the Protestant Hall at 4.15 a.m. (See advert, elsewhere this issue). It was also decided to hold the Second Annual Ball in the Liverpool Town Hall on Wednesday, 9th July, 1947 (see ad- vert, elsewhere). Ladies' Auxiliary The Ladies' Auxiliary held a very successful social evening at Hillview last Saturday night-at which there was a good attendance. Don Runciman and Dick Roach sup- plied the music and Dcug. McMonagle was the Master of Ceremonies. Winners were: Box chocolates, Mist Valmai Clingan; monte carlo, Miss O. Buckley and Mr. J. Alcock; decorat...

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AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

I AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE The opening or the new Girts' Section at Cabramatta last Saturday was some- what marred, by heavy rain, but quite a number of girls were enrolled, and j promises of many more were received. Among the girls enrolled were three girls who are to become Trainee Officers. The Commanding Officer of the Boys' Section introduced the girls to their i new Officer Commanding (Miss P. Wil- liams) and a brief outline of the act- ivities of the Australian Air League was outlined to the new members. Miss Wil- liams stated that the Company would be meeting at the rear of the old town ¡ Hall at Cabramatta each Saturday at 2 j p.m. and that it would be hoped that i many of the girls of the district would avail themselves of the opportunity of becoming members. It was noticed that the Girls' seemed to take to drill like a duck takes to water, and it will not be long before the Boys' will have to look to their laurels. Already the girls are looking forward to the Wing Competitio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

HEELERS Pyre» 1/9 tOOMS 1/3 [each Loose ROLLED OATS ib. OREEN SPLIT PEAS lb IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL |4 Sainty Street. Liverpool Phone UB7819 ^MATSON H. C. DAVIES r>N.A. A.N.f% (State Beg.) eneral »nd Obestrie Cues' IL ILLER'S JCATESSAN lt Sh (opp. Fire Stat on) LIVERPOOL >r All Your Smallgoodfe Dressed Poultry a Specialty Phone UB7838 fones YCLEANERS Liverpool: f/j HOUGH 18î 'Mi'rquarif st\v*i [V Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, opp. R:\ilwa.v Stol on ......... * N.R.M. A.* I JI LIVERPOOL I L[ District Depot $ jj M Barrett's $ Í#LLINGWOOD| ll GARAGE I 'JtajERAL ENGINEERS J flH| Beating, Duco Spraying}' ^HSpised I usp ec'ion Station $ BB| Phone Liv. 317 \ The Collingwood ( HOTEL ¡ HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL | LOOK IN ON THE LOUNGE ! I-*; COSY COMFORT WITH SMOOTH SERVICE £ fe A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST LIQUORS AND | m.^ LIQUEURS % Hghone Liv. 5. J... Marsdon, Licensee t;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

Our'Motto THE CHOICEST FRUÍ JVND VEGET. Only BILLETT f St. LIVERFOOt FOR LOVELY HANDS alway* use RAYMUR MPS. Cfaemit

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PREMIER'S BUSY CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

PREMIER'S BUSY CAMPAIGN The Premier. Mr. McGirr. will have a busy time duri.i° ths election cam ? ign. Mr. McGill- left Sydney last night to deliver l.i- R ial Policy Speech al Inverell tonight al 9 p.m. over Station -NZ. Mr. M.Gjir will visit Armidale and Tamworth on Friday, speaking over "taticn 2TM at 8 p.m. On Saturday, the Premie- will visit Werris Creek, Quirindi, S ngleton and then speak over 2HR at Mankind at 6 p.m. On Sunday th? Premier leaves for Albury for o Civic Reception on Mon- day and a meeting at night. On Tues- day the Premier will visit Gundagai and reach Goulburn for a night meeting. At 8 p.m. on Wednesday. he will .Peak at Paries after a Civic Reception and on Thurs-'av Orange will be visited far a meeting at 2.30 p.m. The Pre-r!?r will be back in Sydney for Anzac Day. Friday, 25th, to attend various ceremonies. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

For FOO 1 WEAR REPAIRS J. EAGLETON (Late Sid Stainer's) ELECTRICAL UB7868 (day) Liv. 327 (night) Licensed ELECTRICIANS ALL QUOTES FREE Liverpool Electric Installation Co. For Everything Electrical 42 Scott Street, Liverpool CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS VACANCIES EXIST FOR ia) EXPERIENCED WEAVERS, Male or Female. fl») 150YS. 15 t0 19 years. No experience required/ (c) GIRLS, 15 to 19 years. No experience required. Apply either at MILL OFFICE, ATKINSON STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephon« UB7258 or through Commonwealth Employment Service. Ti v the LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSE ST., LIVERPOOL I or Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. Tel Liv 486. DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducobg, Duluxing, Polishing, Waxing, PaneJbeating, Trim- ming or Upholsfering? If so - try THE COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. (Opp- Collingwood Hotel) Hume Highway Liverpool All Work Guaranteed PRICES MODERATE Phone: Liv. 285

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LOTTERY LUCK [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

LOTTERY LUCK How Lady Luck has pampered him like a doting mother is told by Mr. Bill O'Connor, well-known Macquarie Stree; (Liverpool) snopkeeper, who once again, on f riday last arew a £10 prize out oi me ¡átate lottery. Mr. O'Connor attributes his extra- ordinary lottery luck to the choice ol ?m« syndicate name "One Hour" as the name ol all his tickets in the lottery cince he had a short poem ot that title puoiiscd by the Bulletin some two years ago. In the Intervening period he has won 23 prizes of a total value of £ 1430, mciuùing one second prize ol £1000. will not use any other name on hit ticket and makes it an invar.aole rult acver to share in a tlcnet with anyone, oust recently, urged by a group ot rela- tives to go halves with them in £i tforth of tickets ne reluctantly put his aalf of the money m with theirs, Doughi «ne twenty tickets and sent them tnt .at. But he bought one for himseh aione. Their twenty won noihing-his .von £10. Below we give the little poem thai -larte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

IS YOUR RADIO SICK cor»?uit THE RADIO H0SPÍ HARGREAVES PA (Right at the Gate YOUR SET SEP|ViCE EXPERTS G COOPER For CUT FLOWERS. SHRUE LINGS SEEDS and FERTâ Also now bockins for CTTRL1 j G. COOPER 'i MACQUARIE STREET. LI Pho-e CB7S10

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