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LIVERPOOL R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

LIVERPOOL R.S.L. The President (T. A. Mayberry) pre- sided over Friday's meeting. Much busi- ness of general interest to returned soldiers waa dealt with and ñvz new members were admitted. The branch decided to operate with State executive's drive to eliminate un financial membsrs and to receive badges from those who are unauthorised ifl wear them. Pees are due on 1st Jan- uary each year and three month's grace is allowed any member so that aftei 31st March a member is classed as being unflnancial. The branch anneals to all unñnancial members to convict the sec- retary, Mr. R. Caterson of Scott Street, Liverpool. Report of executives on steps taken to lodge application for club liquor license was received and rongratula lions extended to the executive. The Welfare Officer in h's report, de- tailed a case of serious nature requiring special and immédiats aid and th? branch unanimously decided the matter be placei in hands of president and wei- < fare officer. The case was ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

torrs filWIIIIlllllllllllllW GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL jr CYCLONE 10ft. und 12fJ. FARM GATES, jr CONCRETE TUBS AND PEDESTALS. jr GARDEN WHEELBARROWS. .fr GARDEN TOOLS OF ALL KINDS. jr CAMBRIDGE HAND PLOUGHS AND CONCRETE MIXERS. COLE'S DELIVER THE GOODS . - + SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE ^g^ggS^^^ rr,^^ * COMPLETE ENGINE RE CONDITION m^ÈÊÎBÊÈÊmSÈÈk^ WnÊKi * BATTERY CHARGING UNDER ^^I^K^^^^^TW - ^ * LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES, ^SSÊsZ-- EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL. G. E. HUMPHRYS, A M I A M.E ., Prop. Authorised Inspection Station RACES THE OAKS JOCKEY CLUB £120 Boys' Club Meeting ! SATURDAY. APRIL 26T j Net Proceeds Federation of N.S.W. Police and Citizens Boys' Clubs, Camp McKay. Kurrajong. Membership: Gents £1/1/- per year. Ladies 10/6 per year. Admission to Ground: GENTS. 5 LADIES. 2 - j PUBLICAN S BOOTH j Lunch and Afternoon Tea obtainable on Groun...

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HARGREAVES PARK Progrese Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

HARGREAVES PARK Progrese Meeting lac regular fortnightly meeting ol li.c Hargreaves Park f-rogress Associa- tion «as held on Monday night, the presi- dent, Mr. R, Lockwood occupying the chair. Owing to the fact that the hut made avallante tor meetings in th¿ Coutte o.mz without light, the meeting had to bs held in the roadway under a convenient street light. Members ear- ned a table and the necessary number of forms a considerable distance. It was a well-attended meeting and distinctly virile. Arising out of correspondence, it was stated that the Association would be represented at a meeting in Herne Bay Centre on Monday next with a view to forming a central body to speak ano act for the whole of the nine tempor- ary housing centres at present in occu- pation . The Publicity Officer, Mr. M. Mc Quade, reported that the letter written to. the Leader defending Hargreaves Park residents against the attacks ol . certain aldermen (had ty en publico in full and expressed his graUti.iKon. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gmchy First 231 MACQUAK1E SiREET. LIVERPOOL UB7873 NOTE FOR TOP PRICES AND SATISFACTION Consign your POULTRY to LIVERPOOL AUCTION MART Sale conducted EVERY WEDNESDAY at 2 p.m. Phone UB7837 H. Cummings, prop. AUCTION SALE at Tully's Yards, Liverpool on Saturday, 26th April, 1947 at 2 p.m., the undermentioned: 30 71b packets nails 4in to Hin. 2 Lengths leather belting 32in and 28in. Quantity Red Roofing Paint. Several Galv. Iron Sheds, dismantled, 30ft X lHft, 3011 x 15ft, 24ft v 12ft, 18ft X 8ft. Quantity Galv. iron, 10ft. Quantify softwood timber^ 6ix2, long lengths. Quantity pine boards. Large quantity of Carpenter's and Engineer's tools including saws, planes, chisels, squares, paint brushes, pipe stillsons, punches, clamps, files, rasps, spanners, hammers, garden tools, etc. E. TULLY, M A A. Licensed Auctioneer Railway Square, Liverpool DB 7847. FOR SALE WREN SHE SATO "YES" go to Weir and Oreen for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDEN NOTE FRUIT TREES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

GARDEN NOTE BF 'EVEBGBEEN? FRUIT TREES Because the harvesting of stol bas been completed this should cause for neglect of the trees. A1 the early maturing kinds such a ries. Plums and Apricots look 1 sight at this time 01 the year bec a shortage of soil mosture due tc1 quate culitvatlon and irrigation regular cropping of these kinds o would probably result if they wei] an additional irrigation late in tW or if the weeds were keep dowij fall may bs considerable if thj are allowed to dry out, and it ii remembered that the leaves are ant orphans manufacturing stare; sugars which vrill go into next f fruit. Therefore it is well to kee healthy and functioning as long sible. CARE OF PLANTS Before planting any seedli shrubs soak all roots for a few in a mixture of one quarter in of Clansel to one gallon of watet them at this strength twice wei a fortnight. Tnis will stimuli action. As a plant food mix o cupful of Clensel in two gallons o going around the roots and cr foliage once or twice ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION DD you, the cHscl'-a-scd servicemen Df Liverpool an« d;.; vin. know what he Australian L- IM cf Ex-Sei vicemen | md Women can i.o for you? If you did you would certainly 'be in it.' Zo you know that in the past twelve m rv tbs the Legiov has helped to build .'.f.ar'.y 400 home:: and lound 16 000 'e: tPr-than-basic-v,a".o jcbs for cx rervice people. If the Legion can do this for others, it can do it for you. so why not "be in it"? Contact the Lúe-pool sub-branch sec- retary. W. J. Stanton K7 Castlereagh Street. Who will Lc pleased to advise you what the Legion can rio for you. Thc Jiext genna! n-.rrt'iis of UK * ivcrnool sub-b'a'i 'li will I-? held in the ,ant Hall, "J .¡ur day Stli May at 8 p.m. Members arc requested t> a.ssrmblc at i lie Protestant Hall at 4.15 a.m. on Friday, 25th April, fer the Dawn ser- vice to be held at the Schcol of Arts. (See Advt.). P O W. Subsistence The Legion m y take legal aclion against the Federal Government to force (he subsiste...

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Liverpool Council [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

Liverpool Coumcit PRESENT AT TUESDAY XlCd-FTS MEETING of Liverpool Council were thc Mayor (Aid. li. Fitzpatrick). Aid. Killmeen 1'otter. Sienner, Smith. Johnson, Carjwnter, and T. Fitzpatrick. Among the rirst malters discussed, arising out of th? addendum to the Finance Committee's report, was the remission ot the rates of pensioners. It v. ?JS finally decided to refer this to the State Government. A recommendation by the Works Com- mittee that improvements be made ta the entrance to the Collingwood Private Hospital to allow of easy access by am- bulances was adopted, as was a further : commendation that the Department of Labor be asked for permission to paint the inside of ff!? Town Han. Dealing with a complaint by Mr. E. Wheeler regarding the flooding of his premises in the recent heavy storm, the committee recommended that th? Main R,:ads Board hs asked to make a survey of the catchment area discharging into Macquarie Str:et. On the motion ol'Aid. j Potter and Killinger it was fu...

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YOUR NEW HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

YOUR NEW HOME During the past eight years over £36 million has been advanced by Co-opera- tive Building Societies to home owners and home buyers in N.S.W. The recently formed Liverpool No. 3 Co-operative Building Society has £100,000 available for persons who de- sire to build their own homes while the fnewiy-fcrmed Cabramatta-Parramalta Society has £50.000 available' Interest rate on these loans is only 34 per cent and they are repayable over a period of 22 2/3 years. Loans of 90 per cent of the value of the home and land are readily made, which means that ii one has a block of land worth £ 100 thn Society will lend another £900. or il you desire to build a home which wTih the land will cost £900 the Society wi!! lend £810 of this amount. ¡ The Societies are purely co-operative and are under Government supervision. They have been so successful in Nev. South Wales that the Victorian Govern- ment has copied the N.S.W. Act and Co-operative Building Societies are now being formed there...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

GOSSIP Liverpool R.S.L. is holding its second annual Anzac Day dawn service at the School of Arts. Troops will assemble at the clubrooms, opposite the post office at 4.20 a.m. and march to the School of Arts via Moore. Bigge and Scott Streets. The Parramatta Salvation Army Silver Band will be in attendance. It is expected too that the Premier (Hon. J. J. McGirr) and Mr. Jeff Bate M.L.A. will be present at th? cere- mony. * » * Congratulations are in order for Mr. and Mrs. Ken Oborn of the Crossroads on the birth of a daughter last Thurs- day . * * * There's no tull in this story. But there's a cow with a crumpled horn. Young Paul Nicholson is developing muskies like Popeye-he simply reaches out a hand, grabs a handful of horn and dra-a-a-ags the family bovine into the shed to be milked! The other day the horn entered, but the cow stayed outside. Not Paul of Tarsus, but Paul of Taurus! * . * j Mrs. Topin and daughter Pat are back from a long Melbourne holiday. Patsy unfortunately had...

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING Our new garbage service is a real asset, and what a sensation the lorry caused last Monday morning. Saw the Council staff patching some of the pot-holes in the main road a couple of days ago. Can anybody tell me how they pick which hole really needs repairing - they seem to pick just an odd one here and there. There was not a big roll-up of Canley Heights' ex-servicemen at the local Anzac Service. What is the matter, boys? The gathering in Cabra Park was rather a disappointment. Surely we have not forgotten so soon. I wonder if the Progress Association can give us any information re the Housing Commission's resumption in Stubbs Estate, as discussed in Council recently? I am still wondering just what reason Certain aldermen can give for their op- position to the playground at the Heights. Maybe they will be asked to answer this question round about December 6th -or are they going to resign from Ckmncil? The burning question: Will Paine's paddock really be rrady...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

AHE YOU PLEASED WITH || YOUR HAIR? A Daily Treatment with \ MELDRUMS HAIR TONIC f will Invigorate and Strengthen it. I USE OLIVE AND COCONUT SHAMPOO TO WASH Ç| YOUR HAIR.-Watch the Improvement. £ MELDRUMS HAIR TONIC 2/6 $ OUVE AND COCONUT SHAMPOO 2/ $ X from X MURRAY'S PHARMACY f City Price Chemists X LIVERPOOL. UB7642 x...x I LIVERPOOL'S PREMIERE HAIRDRESSER MISS MERLE KEYES suggests that NOW is tjie time for that MACHINELESS PERMANENT ONDULUX - For Naturalness and Permanence. MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL. UB7858 Only Senior Operators in Salon 1 Terms from 3/6 weekly fllVERPOOL ELECTRICAL I INSTALLATION CO. &OR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL I RADIO REPAIRS |ME DAY SERVICE. 3 MONTHS' I Stromberg - Carlson I Sales and Service jp SCOTT STREET. LIVERPOOL ¡pOOK SQUARE. CABRAMATTA ICQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMEU APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. acquarie St. (next Mainsbridge*) is in stock all toe popular Tobaccos dd Cigarettes, and a ».ue < «ge ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

IN MEMORIAM LA HAY — In loving memory of our dear brother, brother-in-law, nephew and cousin, NX53385, Pte. James (Wimpy) La Hay, C Coy 2/20th Bn., who died about 26th April, 1944, in P.O.W. Camp, Sumatra. Ever remembered by Sheila, Don, Geoff and sorrowing aunties and uncles.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

PUBUC NOTICES KEEP ALL YOUR BOTTLES for Bobby Brown, ex-A.I.P. A fair deal always. Calling regularly or phone Liv. ,563. RrtAMS Re-Ducoeo and Re-Lined-make nem look like new-at Sheardown and Bushell, Macquarie Street, Liverpool. FENCING OR CONCRETING carried out by expert. F. C. Hall. 220 Mac- quarie St. Liverpool. CARRYING of all kinds. Ring for Rowell, Liv. 34. Australian Legion of Ex-Service men and Women Liverpool and District Sub Branch DAWN SERVICE This sub-branch is co-operating with, the Liverpool sub-branch K.S.L. in the DAWN SER- VICE on ANZAC DAY, 25th April, 1947. Members are requested to make a «pedal effort to attend and to assemble at tlfj PROTESTANT HALL at 4.15 a-m. W. J. Stanton, hon. sec ROLLS HOSPITAL . ANN'S GIFT SHOP - 43 Burwood' Road, Burwood CHURCH NOTICES Salvation Army Protestant Hall, Hume Highway SUNDAY ll a.m. Holiness Meeting. 2 p.m. Y.P. Meeting, Hoxton Park. 2.30 p.m. Y.P. Mtg. Liverpool and Hargreave Park. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. METHODIST CHURCH ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

! NEW SOUTH WALES STATE ELECTIONS BANKSTOWN ELECTORATE I PROTESTANT LABOR PARTY j (CB). DURRANCE, J.P.. Loader) i ' Vote (1) DURRANCE, GE0RGE Authorised by H. Robson, Webb St., Herne Bay._¡ DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducoing. Dubixing, Polishing, Waxing, Panelbeating, Trim- ming or Upholstering? If so - try THE COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. (Opp- Collingwood Hotel) Hume Highway Liverpool Ml Work Guaranteed TR ICRS MODERATE Phone: Liv 285 Under New Management MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionery Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor Lottery ticket Agetncy The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Per Book -- 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Miss PHYLLIS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser :0 TERMINUS ST.. LIVERPOOL Danish Cool Wave . . Ondulux and NonEleclric Permanent Waving . . Tinting . . Cutting and Setting For Appointment . . . phone LB 7832 FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL OTOR REPAIRS and RE WINDS consult C. G. BREWER 42 SPEED STREET, LIVERPOOL Telephone UB7867 ÇHGE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

! CULTIVATING I_ ROTARY HOE CONTRACT WORK BOOK NOW. TELEPHONE, AUSTRAL 8. Hoeing done in Austral, Hoxton Park, West Hoxton, Rossmore Leppington, Bringelly and surrounding districts. ¡ C. CRAIK FOURTH AVENUE :: AUSTRAL j _ _j LIVERPOOLS ! i PREMIERE HAIRDRESSER j MISS MERLE KEYES i ! suggests that JNOW is the time for that ! ! ; ; MACHÏNELESS PERMANENT ii -*- I ii MERLE KEYES f :: 36 SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL UB7858 $ Only Senior Operators in Salon 'k Terms from 3/6 weekly LIVERPOOL ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CO. FOB EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL RADIO REPAIRS SAME DAY SERVICE. 3 MONTHS' GUARANTEE Stromberg - Carlson Sales and Service 42 SCOTT STREET. LIVERPOOL and COOK SQUARE, CABRAMATTA UB7868 ACQUISE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S] LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Maínsbrldges) Has In stock all the popular Tobaccos and Cigarettes, and a wide range of Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE Modern Cars with or without drivers. Da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

WHAT MCGIRR HAS DONE FOR BANKSTOWN ELECTORATE Court House ^jj^ MCGIRR the "to and from work" clause James McGirr, M.L.A., Premier Hospitals MCGIRR obtained for you the Out- patients' Department at Banks- town. McGIRR has got for you and yours the Bankstown District Hospital, valued at £253.000 comprising 200 beds for general and mat- ernity cases. This work WILL definitely be commenced jfn Ute nexS few months. McGIRR has got for Liverpool £250,000 for a general hospital. Railways McGIRR fought and got for you the TBMPE-PABSTOW, REVESBY PANANIA-EAST HILLS elec- tric railway. McGIRR got for you the electricified service Bankstown-Yagoona. McGIRR has got £ 12,900 for a new overhead bridge and parcels office at Bankstown Station. Schools McGIRR got the new school for EAST HILLS, which was opened on on the 30th March with a bus service to the station for the children. McGIRR got the additional classrooms and improvements at the Liverpool Schools. McGIRR has got the free milk scheme exten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

SAVE TIME! When in a hurry there's a sure and safe wav GO BY TAXI CALL UB 7880 24 HOURS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ! Weddings, Parties, Fun^rals,^ etc specially ca'ered for I PRÍVATE HOSPITAL COLLINGWOOD 6 CHRISTIE ST., LIVERPOOL All ObsKxic indoor awi outdoor cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD and GARLAND Obst. A T N A. Phone Liv. 192 «OME PLANS ft SPECIFICATIONS ! ROYS. TURTON* Architectural Draughtsman Macquarie Chambers 61 Mxcq narie StMfct, Parramatta ' 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Ph. UW7703 1 Private: 30 Bolton Street, Guildford X Fur All Classes nf V Í > FLORAL ART | *{ CLARICE HOTJGIIX X 187 Macquarie St.* } LIVERPOOL X ? Phone 4JB7818 "SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 ScQtt Street Li vf pool Phone UB7X20 TO ALL WREATHS. SPRAYS ANO BOUQUETS Nonna Bray, Florist. ! REMEMBER MOTHERS' DA1 A May llth A ;|; See our exclusive range of j"-jr All Cane Prams. A ¡i it Strollers ;? if Cosy-bye £ and everything ior BABY y ? j GEO. PURDUE :|: 97 ARGYLE STREET, (Opp- Parramatta Stationl X I Also 150 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

HONEST STRAIGHTFORWARD TRUSTWORTHY MCGIRR ABILITY EXPERIENCE COURAGE UNDER THE LABOR GOVERNMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES, 250 NEW HOMES ARE BEING fcUILT EVERY WEEK-50 HOMES EVERY DAY, JAM"GIRR WORK FOR MCGIRR VOTE FOR MCGIRR Premier of N S W -T M LA FOR ALL YOUR HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY. HARDWARE, TOOLS, ETC COME TO THE NEW SHOP Hancock9 s Hardware Store Cantea Heights HEALTHY SEEDLINGS AND SHRUBS - GARDEN TOOLS AGENT FOR WILLIAMS' PRAM SERVICE-Painting, iteming, Re tyïing, and afi Pram Repairs. WE ARE THE LOCAL AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS MALVERN STAR fr CYCLES fr ACCESSORIES fr REFRIGERATORS fr WASHING MACHINES fr VACUUM CLEANERS fr IRONS, JUGS, TOASTERS, Etc AH of the above lines can be purchased on Very Small Deposits. "SAVE MONEY GALORE - SHOP AT HANCOCK'S STORE'' 28 12 !NT FIRE BRICKS SIITAHI.E BAKERS OVENS Apply F. HALL 220 Macquarie Street, LIVERPOOL After (> i».in.. Phone UB7857 Chick Boxes AVAILABLE NOW N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY. LTD. SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL

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ST. JOHN'S PARK Memorial Gates Dedicated [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

ST. JOHN'S PARK Memorial Gates Dedicated The dedication ceremony st St. John's Park on Sunday Issi wai one of thc finest' witnessed in tit? dis- trict and must have given a ç>reat sense of >sat> -ff:' \ 'jin to rev'(lent;,, and particularly to ttio-e who work- ed so hard to organise it. Rough plans had been originally drawn on a sandbag by Messrs. P. Ryan ffr. of St. John's Park and J. Pierce cf Liverpool. Thos? nm rough plans, since worked ont to the utmost detail. | have now become something accom- plished . After the reading of the Anzac dedi cation, fitting tributes to those who served were paid by Mr. J. Brown (President rf the st. John's Park Committee), Hon. H. P. Lazzarini, Mr. J. S. Freeman, ! he Mayoress (Aid. G. M. Melville), Aid. T. A. Cooper and Mr. Philip Ryan Pr. Floral tributes were then laid at the foot of the gates by representatives ot ex servicemen's organisations and public bodies. Miss Sylvia Kitson then sang Thc Lord's Prayer, folowpd by the rendering...

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GOLF ASSOCIATE RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

GOLF ASSOCIATE RESULTS Saturday. 19th April.-Stroke: Mrs. Andrews (105-28) 77 nett; Mies L. Battye < 114-36) 78; Mrs. D. Russell (107-28) 79; Mrs. D. Watts (107^8) 79. Wednesday. 23rd April.-Sealed Nine Holes: Mrs. Andrews 48, Mrs. Ollis 52, Mis. Hunt 56. Mrs. J. Russell 57. Saturday. 26th April.-Choice nine holes: Miss D. Sullivan 32; Mrs. An- drews 35; Mrs. D. Russell 3G. Miss P. Varney 36.

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