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PREMIER POPULAR AT PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

I PREMIER POPULAR AT PARK From the rousing reception given him when he rose to speal", the deeply intent hearing given to his address, and the loud ac clamatory manner of carrying the vote of thanks to him at thc conclusion of his remarks, it was obvious to an observer that tin1 bulk of the several hundred who attend the mass meeting arrang- ed by the Progress Association in Hargreaves Park <>:i Sundav aftcrnoon las; were McGirr men-and women. The meeting had been called to pro- test against conditions generally in the Centre, and a number cf motions, cover- ing many complaints were submitted by chosen speakers. All the motions were carried without dissent. Mr. McQuade obtained the suspension of standing crdcrs to move that the meeting disassociate itself from the views expressed by an anonymous writer of a letter in the current issue of the Lead- er. Mr. McQuade said that the letter seemed to have been written by a man embittered, who struck at his neighours and fello...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1947

WEDDING BELLS The Rev. P. Meyer officiated at a very j pretty wedding in historic St. Luke's! Church cf England on Saturday. 19th April when Emily Eleanor (Nellie) Full- brook, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Fullbrook, of Lansdowne Road, Canley Vale was joined in matrimony to Kea neth Meleng youngest son of Mrs. Sommers of Mosman Park. West Aus- tralia. The bride, who was gven away by her father, looked charming as she entered the church on his arm. She wore a bridal gown kindly loaned by her sister (Mrs. Campbell) and a beautiful veil, loaned by her sister-in-law (Mrs. Ken Fullbrook), and carried a banquet of white carnations and tuber roses. Miss June Fullbrook, cousin to the bride, looked lovely attired in mauve silk net over shot silk taffeta. Her bouque was of autumn-tone roses. Mr. Deni Hayes of Cabramatta, a friend of the groom, was best man. As the register was being, signed, the ever-popular solo "I'll Walk Beside You" was nicely rendered by Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Munro, ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

HOCKEY Two official practice matches were played on the Moorebank Military Oval and both were won by the local teams. C Grjadte ktefealted Gtonvi^-IiidcombfB 1-0, F. Stockton scoring the only goal. This team overshadowed the B team in every department of the game and some good hockey should be seen this season among the juniors. B Grade defeated Cumberland 5-0 in a very drab game. Goals were scored by H. Cullen, R. Goldfinch, K. Grim son, A. stockton and G. Murphy.

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LIVERPOOL DIGGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

LIVERPOOL DIGGERS -%r Last Friday's meeting of Liver- pool Sub-branch of tba R.S.L. was important in that (for the third tune) a ballot was conducted on the j ie l i.ii of the wittan<!ng of IUi£ rt le J of eligibility to admit to the League ail who served in the forces tor six months or more anywhere. The President (Mr. A. Mayberry) i occupied the chair. Prior to the vote ueing taken a check of the eligibility to vote of all present was taken. The secretary (Mr. «. Caterson) moved and Mr. R. RoweJJ seconded, that the Sub- branch record a No vote. Messrs. J. Nicholson and T. Wilson being appoint- ed scrutineers, the ballot was taken and! the result announced as 52 against the widening of eligibility and 5 in favor. On the motion of Mr. Nicholson the committee responsible for the arrange- ment of the Anzac dawn service was congratulated and rendered musical hnnnrç Mi". R. Dunbier raised the question A in: failure of the Leader to publish »ep-ii.; ol thc Anzac Day activities...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con d ciionery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL . ;;t Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. S ationery. Groceries. Phone UB7680 CAMELIA FLORIST 34 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL (Mrs- Trapman) and ai Mrs. MCDONALD'S, \ 74 Terminus St., Liverpool ORDER NOW FOR MOTHERS' DAY CUT FLOWERS, bunch Baskets, Bouquets, Wreaths, Sprays, etc. PHONE: LIV. 325. * THE HANDY STORE * H. WILKINS Lachlan Street, Liverpool j Phone: Liv. 424 Full Stocks of Groceries Toilet and Medical Preparation» Cool Drinks, Ice dream, Sweetjs, Fruit and Vegetables, Smallgoqds Lottery Agency Books, Magazine«, Stationery Stamps. tur Delirious, Oven-fresh . . . VIES. CAKES and PASTE! Dea! from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liverpool DOLLS HOSPITAL ANN'S GOT SHOP 43 Burwood1 Road, Burwood SHOP LOCALLY Because IT IS EASIER CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosper, that Prosper...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

MISS CLARKE | (Late EversheÛ's) 7 MACQUARIE ST., UVEKPOOK'f QUALITY BLOCK CAKE [ AND SPONGE . f ¡ ICE CREAM and CQNFE0TIONERY< f

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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

GOLF ASSOCIATES -A Wednesday, 30th April. -Stablef ord : Mrs. Macfarlane 39, Mrs. Andrews 39. Mrs. Chapple 39, Mrs. J. Russell 39. Saturday, 3rd May.-Stroke: First round L.G.U. Medal and Lovejoy Trophy: Mrs. Crowe 74 net, Mrs. D. Russell 75 net, Miss B. Cor 79 net. Sunday, 4th May-Mixed Stableiord: Aggregate won by Mrs. Hunt and Peter York.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

LET CULLEN'S QUOTE For your next job of DUCOING & DULUXING Craftsmanship with Economy ALL MOTOR REPAIRS GENERAL ENGINEERING PAT CULLEN HUME HIGHWAY AND PIRIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ~ UB7815 I Choice Smallgoods AUVAVS 1 lil SH-If vnii shop at RADFORD'S 1115 John Street, Cabramatta lilt 1617 For your Cakes and Pastry ALWAYS OV1CN-FRESH D. MATHIESON Ol'l'OaiTK UUtí STOP and STATION Cab rama/ta THE MECCA OF THE DISCERNING CORNES' CROSSROADS HOTEL AU Roads Lead to The Crossroads Omit' tn I he ( Ynssrn:i<k I'H ;L (¡<)<K1 Drink wrll M.T\T<1. J'lu in«; Liv. \*)4. J'. Corm's. Liol uv. TUCKFIELD & PHILLIPS 146 Cabramatta Road (Opp. Cinema) FRESH FISH Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, I I a ni- to 1.30 p.m. 2.30 p...m. to 6 p.m. CIpBed on Saturdays Chick Boxes AVAILABLE NOW N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY. LTD. SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

, For FOOTWEAR REPAIRS sec J EAGLETON (Late Sid Stainer's) "FUEL FUEL" WOOD . . . COAL . . . COKE PROMPT DELIVERY GENERAL CARRYING. Anyu_i e. Mir time. Coil tact: GOULD and SAURINE Opposite Post Office. CABRAMATTA GRANVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD GRANVILLE COW?, HORSES, and OTHER ANIMALS attended to DAY or NIGHT. UL2579 Telephone UU1037 E. ROBERTS, R.V.S. by Exam R. W BOWEN, B V Sc. Parramat'a Branch, UW6502 Hconsult C. T« (Western PARR AÄ^A ITA and 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 PRIVATE HOSPITAL COLLINGWOOD 6 CHRISTIE ST.. LIVERPOOL All Obst^'ric liruioor and outdoor cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD and GARLAND Obst. A.T.V.A. Phone liv. 192 HOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROYS. TURTON Architectural Draughtsman Macquarie Chambers 61 Macquarie Street, Parramatta 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Ph. HW 7 703 Private: 30 Bolton Street, Guildfor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify ii not coming by per- manent reserve lioluers cancels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depend upon public response. FRIDAY, SATURDAY May 9 and 10 l^ove, villainy, redemption, and high adventure Rex Harrison. Lili Palmer in Ul THE RAKE'S (Prodigal Son's) PROGRESS" (A) Also Paul Kelly. Osa Massen in "STRANGE JOURNEY" 2 SPECIAL PICTURES FOR KIDDIES AT THE SATURDAY MATINEE MONDAY and TUESDAY May 12 and 13 Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews. Clifton Webb, in "LAURA" (A) also "BEHIND CITY LIGHTS" (A) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY - May 14 and 15 Dan Duryear, June Vincent Peter Lorre, in "BLACK ANGE1" (A) and Jack Oakie in THAT'S THE SPIRIT' (G) Same Programme Honsewive's Matinee, Thursday, ll a.m. AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS Liverpool Branch MONSTER BALL in the LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL on THURSDAY, MAY 15 in aid of FLOOD RELIEF FOR BRITAIN HEED THE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

WE COLLECT AND DELI VER FREE BAILEY'S CANLEY HEIGHTS UB 1564 ARNOTTS BISCUITS £ SOAP POWDERS RAISINS * POTATOES -fe qiGARiETTE PAPERS PEARL BARLEY M SPLIT PEAS & MEAT AND ApPLE PIES i Fresh Daily DON'T FORGET WE COLLECT AND £ BACON DELIVER FREE & HAM G. HANCOCK'S _ MODERN DELICATESSEN AND GROCERY STORE CANLEY HEIGHTS EVERYTHING IN COLD MEATS AND GROCERIES SEE MY HYGIENIC SMALLGOODS WINDOW DISPLAY FOR ALL YOUR HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY HANCOCK'S HARDWARE STORE :: CANLEY HEIGHTS it TUBULAR FARM GATES, from 18 it SANITARY PAN COVERS 16 6 it GARBAGE TINS, from , 7/6 Tubs, Stands, Grease Traps, Sand, Ashes, Cement WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE DISTRICT WHY SEND TO TOWN WHEN WE ARE NOW IN THE POSITION TO DO ALL YOUR REPAIRS COPPERS COPPER RE CASING And AU Sheet-Metal Repairs, etc. We Pick Up andi Deliver A. L. CHUN ~ SCOTT STREET :t LIVEST* Telephone UB7868 USE THIS FORM FOR A CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT » > THE LEADER Leave etti Office (next to Fire Station), Scott Street, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, 0» HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macquarie Street, Liverpool Hot ami Coli! Water Throughout. Best Refnprrniinn. Phone UB7849 J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT 3 Christie Street, Liverpool WOOD COAL COKE Prompt Delivery - Honest Weight DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducoing, Duluxing, Polishing, Waxing, Faneabeating, Trim- ming or Upholstering? If so - trv THE COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. (Opp- Collingwood Motel) Hume Highway Liverpool All Work Guaranteed PRICES MODERATE Phone: Liv 285 Under New Management MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionery Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vondor Lottery t icket Agefncy The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d P«r Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Miss PHYLLIS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser HO TERMINUS ST., LIVERPOOL Danish Cool Wave . . Ondulux and NonEleclric Permanent Waving . . Tinting . . Cutting and Betting For Appointment . . . phone UB7832 FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL MOTOR REPAIRS and RE-WINDS consult C. G. BREWER 42 S...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

! GOSSIP 1 The engagement has been announced of Shirely Mavis, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wheeler of Moore- bank to Charles Robert, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Burton of Casula. * * . Friends of Mr. Bill Weddell of Horton Park will be glad to know that the latest word from Randwick Military Hospital, where Bill is undergoing treatment, 1s that he well on the mend again. * * . A wallet containing the ration books of five children and their parents was lost on Saturday, 26th April. The family is in desperate need of the books so will the finder please get in touch with us we will furnish the iamily's name and address. * * * Mr. R. Wheatley had his green Au tin roadster stolen last Thursday night while he was at the theatre. It was discovered by the police next day badly damaged out along the Heathcote Hoad. * * * Away in South Au tralla, taking his annual view of the Onkaparinga races, is Mr. Bill Miller, well-known and well liked1 Hillview poultry-farmer. * * . Cong...

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FOOTBALL Liverpool v. Fairfield [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

FOOTBALL Liverpool v. Fairfield It is many years since these teams met, but as before, the enthusiasm of the supporters was not lacking and at !tast 1600 p^cple turned up to witness :me good f JO; ba il at Fairfield on Sun- day last. Fairfield Council and the Parks Com- mittee are to bc congratulated on the vast improvements they have made to the park for they have* an enclosed, ¿.round and playing area comparable to any suburban ground and it is good to see a council which is aware of the needs o. sport, both to spectator and player a Uk?. A. Gracile Fairfield kicked off and play centered around half way for some time. Liver-1 jt-Dl, attacking strongly, were almost in.' but play swung downfield and Fairfield were awarded a penalty for L. Smith to goal. Fairfield 2 Liverpool 0. Liverpool equalised soon aftsr when J. Toomey goaled from a penalty. Liverpool were again on the attack when from some loose play Fairfield broke through to score, L. Smith converting. Fairfield 7. Liverpool ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

Ow Motto I THE ?iOICEST FRUITS INP VEGETABLES Only . BILLETT ; »tl St., LIVERPOOL : FOR LOVELY HAJ^S | RAYMUR J X always use V IHAND CREAM I/-! I A. T. MURRAY! I M.P.S. I \ Chemist ?

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PRESTONS YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

I PRESTONS YOUNGER SET, On the invitation lrom Hillview Younger Set a large following from Prestons attended and spent a very en- joyable evening in Hillview Hall. Our j very studious secretary is a real hep cat in the hokey-pokey. The talk of the town is the Tale of the Tie. What a surprise George got for his twenty-second birthday last Sunday. A very enjoyable evening was had by ail. Congratulations on the stork's arrival for Erild and Harry-a lovely daughter, Cherryl. The social on Monday was a howling, success in the capable hands of Don Hudson. The grand finale was a woo-woo. The wolf, 'Lanky,' showed his hidden talents. * * * At Monday's Liverpool Court Alfred Jenner was fined 5/- with 13/- costs for evading the payment of his fare on the raiïwayft. For trespassing on railway property (that is, crossing the line) Eflderhaves was fined ll- with 18/ costs. Geo. McGibson and Aubrey O'Brien were each fined 5/- for similar offences.

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COUNCIL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

COUNCIL NEWS It was agreed at Tuesday night's meet- ing of Liverpool Council that Messrs Ashcroft Bros. be written to accepting their offer of land in Scott Street on to erect a CW.A;. Hostel and thanking them for thé offer. Thé donors are tc be asked further to agree to the 'condition that the C.W.A. be given the option to purchase the land from Council. I A recommendation by the finance com- j mittee that the Bowling Clubs rent re- main at £65 a year and that the Ten- nis Clubs rent be brought up to the same figure from its present £26 a year was adopted. Aid. Childs asserted that there seemed to be something wrong. The Bowls Club cost a lot more than the Tennis Club and was certainly using a lot more of our park lands yet the rent was to be the same. A motion of condolence with the electric engineer Mr. Buchan, who lost his brother last week, was carried in silence. Mayor Fitzpatrick. Aid. Potter and the Town Clerk (Mi-. Marsh), all £.poke in sympathy. A mayoral minute that the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

I CULTIVATING "j ROTARY HOE CONTRACT WORK ! BOOK NOV/. TELEPHONE, AUSTRAL 8. Hoeing done in Austral, Hoxton lJark. W'.sl Hoxton, Rossmore Leppington, liringelly and surrounding districts. C. CRAIK j FOURTH AVENUE :: AUSTRAL j t <MMBM^_r__^; Miss MERLE KEYES wishes lo announce that in addition to her usual Services. Clients will now he able to have THE NEW SENSATIONAL DURAE CREME WAVE Information regarding his Ultra-Modarn Wave given freely EXCLUSIVE TO MISS MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. UB7858 RADIO REPAIRS STROMBERG-CARLSON SALES AND SERVICE Your Set Repaired' Same Day 3 Months Guarantee A New Radio (bom 3/6 Weekly E. DAVIES COOK SQUARE. CABRAMATTA and at Liverjxiol Electrical Installation Co.. 42 Scott Str ? ' LIVERPOOL ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-VisiC LIVERPOOL'S LEADING BAIR DRESSERS BRUIN BROS Macquarie St. (nest Mninsbi idsc>l Has in stock all thc ptmular i chaceo-, and Cigarettes, and a »ide i-uge oí Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines LIVE...

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LIVERPOOL P. and C. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

LIVERPOOL P. and C. -<t> The regular monthly meeting of Liver- pool Parents and Citizens' Association was held in the Oslo lunch room on Wednesday evening, 3th April. In the absence of the president. Mr. J. Mar- shall occupied the chair as senior vice president. The secretary (Mrs. J. Hind) report- ed that as the result of the sale of but- tons (associated with the acquisition of the school's public-address system) the j boys and giris had raised £2/15/- be- tween them. The girls had given a -fur ther £30 to the Association, so that its credit balance was increased by a total of £72/15/- and placing it on a satis- factorily sound financial footing. Reporting on the Regional meeting which he attended as the Association's delegate, Mr. J. Hind said that the Region had intimated that it was now prepared to help Liverpool to the full- est. It had been realised that most of the children attending Liverpool Super Primary came from outside the district. Only one child in seve...

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21st BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 May 1947

21st BIRTHDAY PARTY -? There was a gathering of round about 100 relatives and friends in Liverpool School of Arts last Saturday night to celebrate the coming-of-age of Norma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hill of Terminus Street. The evening was devoted to games, dancing and musical items to the en- joyment of all present. That popular Liverpool cordial-maker Bob Randell proved very efficient as M.C. During the evening, her father (weii known and popular as a member of the local postal staff) presented the guest of honour with a chrome key engraved with the figures 21 and autograph at- tached. An elaborately decorated two-decker cake, made by a very old friend of the family, Mrs. Carroll of Cabramatta, was cut by Norma after it had been deserv- edly admired'by the guests. During supper, arrangements for which 'had been made by Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liams of John Street, Cabramatta, Norma announced her engagement to Mr. Len Smith of Castlereagh Street and both j the happy couple w...

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