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RED CROSS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

RED CROSS NEWS Liverpool branch met on 1st May. There was a nice roll-up oí members preseni. Report of delegates' visit to Conference was given. Main business of the afternoon was discussing ways and means of backing up headquarters in their prompt response to aid flood vic- tims of Britain, which was carried out in the speediest way thorugh Lady Owen. Jiason officer, now in England. During Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of last week, members were on duty in Macquarie Street to receive donations for this purpose. It was also decided lo hold a Monster Stall, where we can sell anything and everything, to aid the fund, on Thursday. May 15th in Mac- quarie Street, Liverpool. Laat month the regular stall was conducted by Mat- ron McIntosh and her group. The door mat was won by Mrs. Allen. l'¿ Harnett Avenue, Marrickville, and the duck wac won by Mr. Rose, Liverpool. Help in any way from local residents for the Red Cross Flood Relief Appeal for Britain will be greatly appreciated.

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BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

BIRTHDAY PARTY Little Dennis Gay celebrated his fifth ¡ birthday on Sunday at a grand party given in his honour by his grandmother, Mrs. Ryan of Epsom Road, Chipping Norton. A beautiful birthday cake and a table full of surprises awaited Dennis and his little guests. Entertainment was plentiful. Sing- ing and dancing amongst the children, also some very nice piano playing by Miss Margaret Ryan, and to end the evening, Dennis sang a little song and was assisted by his little sister Lynnette Jay. Dennis received many beautiful pres- ents, and amongst them was one from his narnia (Mrs. Ryan), a gift of money for his Trust Account. Little Dennis with his friends had a wonderful time and after saying a big Thank You lo Nanna, Dennis went home a very, very happy little boy. I

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"THE LEADER" LEADS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

"THE LEADER" LEADS With a weekly circulation greater than the combined circulations oí its com- petitors in the Liverpool District, and with a News inchage GREATER THAN ANY OTHER FREE PAPER OF ITS SIZE IN AUSTRALIA, the "Leader" is now available, for those who do not have it delivered to their door, from the following 54 places: LIVERPOOL: Bookstall Wych's Newsagency Leader Office, 42 Scott Street Cullen's Garage Leader Head Office, 115 Castlereagh St. LIVERPOOL SOUTH: Rose's Store Jarvis' Store Billinghurst's Store LIVERPOOL NORTH : Wilkin's Store Barnes' Store HARGREAVES PARK 'O'Neill's Store Knott's Store HAMMONDVILLE: Morley's Store MOOREBANK: Wych's Newsagency Mr. R. Stephens Mr. A. Childs Hilltop Service Station MILPERRA: McKechnie's Store CABRAMATTA Levine's Newsagency Marita Library Swain.ston's Hairdressmg Saloon Garth:'s Store Hallaran'» Store Cooper's Store CANLEV VALE: Mr. Innes' Shop Bailey's Store Hancock's Store ST. JOHN'S PARK Mrs. Simpson's Store EDENSOR PARK: Rawli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRÜCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First 231 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7S73 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. FOR SALE WINTER'S NEAR-Don't be caught with a flat battery. New and rebuilt bat- teries, all makes in stock. Liverpool Service Station (opp. Collingwood Hotel). WHEN SHE SAY.'i -ÏES' go to Weir and Green for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. PORCELAIN-LINED combined Ice Chest and cabinet. Cheap. 85 Castlereagh St. Liverpool. DRUMS. 5 to 80 galls.; Iron, flat or corrugated, downpipe and guttering; fuel stoves, bicycles, boys or girls. H. Flegg. 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. LADIES' OVERCOATS, many attractive styles and colors, reasonably priced at Rosalind's Frock Salon, Macquarie St. Liverpool. RAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240v. 2000 watt, crear« and preen, £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

CHEVROLET l'erfect for Business or Leisure (!nt»\ n'ii'i !<..;<!- ajiam with a ian:.:r of smart new 15 t v.'. I lililíes fcütiiriiiji the slrcnglh and l il'i-icncx needed for ea¡>aeil\ delivery work plus the pas-eimer «ar roniforl sn.i wa ni for leisure. (ri'Mlh im-rea-ed en»iiie ¡><>»er willi greater (vouoim are featured in these new Chevrolet { 11 litio th«' ideal dual-purpose units. A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT A. C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O ) Liverpool UB7661 Chevrolet Trucks and Utilities. ChevroUl .vd V u'.tic Car-. -^ H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Bags. Bottles. Bones. Rags, Kitchen Fats, Scrap Meta!. AU at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Uv. 563 Please notice my truck numbers are SS473 and RE5S2. I A. JARVIS MILK BAR. ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY GENERAL STOREKEEPER, PRODUCE MERCHANT 423 Hume Highway, Liverpool I C...

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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

HOCKEY Moorebank-Liverpool had a full day last Saturday winning both grade match- es. It was an ideal day fer hockey and I fest play was witnessed. C Grade were much improved team and defeated St. George C 3-0. W. Pantlin (2) and B. Stockton (1) being the scorers. Every member of the team mutt te given ! credit for the win. B Grade, though winning 3-0 against Teachers' College, were hard pressed . jght through the game and will have *o concentrate on positioned play, with -?«ore head work and less bustling. This team should develop into one oL the rest in the Competition. G. Murphy played one of his man-and-a-half games and should catch the Metropolitan se- tters eyes again this season. R. Goldfinch <1). and E. McCooey (2) were the goal scorers. As the draw for next Saturday is not to hand as this paper goes to press, players are requested to get in touch with the hon. secretary. The Junior players from this club have a strenuous season ahead competing for selection in Me...

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PEEPS IN THE PAST No. 13 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

PEEPS IN THE PAST No. 13 Educational centre for over 40 towns and settlements, Liverpool Junior Tech- nical School has an enrolment, includ- ing the primary section, of 1700, and provides super-primary instruction up to second-year standard. Pupils from aa far distant as Appin and Bargo attend Jie school. Application to the Council of Educa- tion for a non-vested public school at Liverpool was made on September 7, 1863, and was signed on behalf of the residents by James Gillespie, James Farquhar, James Smith, Allan McPher- son, John Oillle and Thomas Wearne. For this type of school, residents found ihe building while the Council of Edu- cation gave aid in the way of part-pay- ment of the teacher and free school books. ïne school was opened in October, 1863, in a building on ground owned, by the Presbyterian Church, with Mr. frederick Ransom Seaborn as first teacher. The enrolment for the remain- der of that year was 50 and the average attendance 32. Increasing attendances at last ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

LET CULLEN'S OUOTE 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 Smailgoods ALWAYS I'KKSII-ll >ou simp .il RADFORD'S 11-15 John Street, Cabramatta LB IUI7 For your Cakes and Pastry ALWAYS OVEN-l-'KESU D. MATHIESON OPPOSITE HUS STOP and SI A j iu Cabramatta THE MECCA OF THE DISCERNING CORNES' CROSSROADS HOTEL All Roads Lead to The Crossroads Como lo tlic CmsM'uads I ur a Coud Drink well served. i'liune Liv. rn. J . Conies, 1 .ieeiiec . TUCKFIELD & PHILLIPS 146 Cabramatta Road (Opp. Cinema ) FRESH FISH Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, 1,1 a m- to 1.30 p.m. 2.30 p .m. to 6 p.m. Clpsed on Salturdays POULTRY RINGS Injimediate Supply Aluminium heat-treated, numbered 1-1000. For light or heavy breed birds. Will not break. 5/6 50; 10/G 100. Flat quality Celluloid. Five colors. Light breed 8/9 100; Heavy Breed 10/6 100. Chick Wing Bands, aluminium n...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

RETURN THANKS BANKS — The family of the late Emily Banks, of 65 Moore St, Liver- pool, wish to express their sincere thanks for kind assistance rendered, floral tributes, telegrams, letters, ??? and personal messages of kind con- dolence received from the Rev. ??? P. J. Collins and J. P. Cros??? C. R. O'Brien and P. Pirie, re??? friends and neighbours in the ??? of their beloved mother. IN MEMORIAM ANDERSON — In loving memory of our dear mother, nana and great-grandma Christina M. Anderson, who died ??? May, 1945. Your memory will always li??? Inserted by her loving daughters Lizzie, Mary, Teany and Emmie, sons- in-law, grandchildren and great- grandchildren.    

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

I_GOSSIP j Mrs. Siddin of Carramar has been p.way from home some weeks attending her mother who is very ill. * » » . The Liverpool Cycling Club's scratch race of 9 miles was won by K. Ferring- ton, 24 mins. with B. Taylor runner up and P. Trapman third. * if Mr. Prank Hosford is over at Ade- laide for the Derby (which Prank won in 1945) in company with Mr. Peter Keating. * * * We noticed that they were all non drinking firemen who manned the engine to the truck-smash on the Highway last week. And 38 casks of wine to be salvaged! * * * Everyone who was there remembers with pleasure the splendid entertain- ment provided by that team of top- notcher, Cecil Scott and Beg. Quartley last time they gave their services at a Regal Theatre Sunday night concert. Well, they will be here again next Sunday at 8 p.m. and from what wc hear it would appear that an even greater feast of fun is in store for pat- rons that night. Other notable stage radie stars will appear on the same pro- gramme. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 May 1947

HONOR ROLL DEADMAN — NX194065 L/Cpl. Colin F. Deadman, killed in action Bougain- ville 14th May, 1945.   He gave his all for those he ??? Inserted by his mother, father, brot- hers and sisters.   DEADMAN — NX194065 L/Cpl. Colin F. Deadman, killed in action Bougain- ville 14th May, 1945. Inserted by his sister and brother, Norma and Frank Jennings, Grafton. Remembrance is the Golden ??? That binds us till we meet again.     DEADMAN — NX194065 L/Cpl. Colin F. Deadman, killed in action Bougain- ville, 14th May, 1945. Remembered ??? Jean, Jack and little Maureen and Colin.   He who lived in the hearts of ??? he loved never dies.   CHURCH NOTICES METHODIST CHURCH   SUNDAY, MAY 18th   Liverpool: 11 a.m. Local Pre??? Class: 7 p.m. Rev. C. Moore. Ingleburn: 11 a.m. Rev. C. Moore Published by R. Rowell, Liverpool, and printed by The Denley Print, 51 Good Street, Granville. COMPOUND VITAMIN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

DOLLS HOSPITAL ANN'S GIFT SHOP 43 Burwood! Road, Burwood ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridges) Has in stock all the popular Tobaccos and Cigarettes, and a wide range ot Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines VAPOCURE RUBBING BALM For the Rapid Relief of Coughs. Cold's, Bronchitis and Tnflamation I>IRFXTJO\TS : For coughs, colds, or sore throats, ml) thc BALM on the chest and hack, and on the throat, also apply a little to thc nostrils- Then wrap warmly and remain in a warm room awav from draughts. PRICED 21 Severe liroiichial Congestion can he hroken up quickly hy taking "DELTA" Comi)Ound BALSAM OF SQUILL in conjunc- tion w'th the use of Vapocure. Prepared by D. F. DONOHUE, M P S Dispensing Chemist I 27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA UB1689 W. O'CONNOR 233 MACQUARIE ROAD, LIVERPOOL ALL WOOL CARDIGANS, good quality and «hades S.W 27 ll W. and O.S., 29/11 BOYS' PURE WOOL CARDIGANS, from 15/11 BOYS LUMBER JAC...

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OLD RESIDENT PASSES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

OLD RESIDENT PASSES The death occurred on Sunday last, as the result of an accident, ol a native of Liverpool, well-known and highly respected, Mr. John Walter Childs, at the age of 71. The late gentleman, whose home was at 40 Nagle Street, Liverpool, passed away at the State Hospital. He is sur- vived by his wife and two daughters. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon to the new cemetery (Church J of England) after a service in St. Luke's i Church.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

Reffat 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 if not coming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depSnd upon public response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY May 23 and 24 Dana Andrews JJ nan Donlevy Susan Hayward, in "CANYON PASSAGE" (A> (In Technicolor) Also Wm. Gargan, lean Kogers in "HOT CARGO" (G) * SATURDAY MATINEE "CANYON PASSAGE" CIn Technicolor) ; and 'HOT CARGO" (G) MONDAY and TUESDAY May 26 and 27 Nelson Eddy. Claude Kains and a cast of thousands in "PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" (A! ( In Technocolor) Also Geo. Raft. Svlvia Sidney in "MR. ACE' (A) WEDNESDAY ONLY May 28 Peter Lorre. Sydney Grcenstreet, Geraldine Fitzgerald in "THREE STRANGERS" (A) Also, Don Porter in WALD BEAUTY*' (G) HOUSEWIVES' MATINEE Thursday, ll a.m. "THREE STRANGERS" WliLD BEAUTY" (G) THURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY May 29 30 and 31 The film of the vc.tr "THE J...

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HAPPY EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

HAPPY EVENTS Congratulations are due to the fol owing: To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Page of Mugoa. Road, Bonny Rigg on the birth of a daughter (Lynette Margaret) on Thursday 15th; to Mr. and Mrs. Alen Hoy of Moorebank on the birth of a daughter (Patricia Grace) on 15th May; to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly of Kemps Creek on th birth of a daughter (Rhonda Margaret) on 15th; to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Humphreys of Ingleburn on the birth cf a son (Noel Beverley) on 16th. All were born at Collingwood Private Hospital, and all are doing well. -m

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

1_GOSSIP Keep your blinds drawn ladies - there's a Peeping Tom operating in the Moore Street area. * * * . Complaints continue to mount regard- ing the inadequacy of the table and seating accommodation provided for Liverpool Town Hall patrons. Having suffered a bad cut on the hand, thereby being prevented from working, Miss Dot Barnes of the Liver- pool Hotel has gone off. to Narromine for a week's holiday with her people. * * . That extremely popular Crossroads lady, Mrs. Prior (Aunty) is at present an inmate of St. Ives Private Hospital in Railway Street. We are glad to re- port that ehet y makilig satisfactory progress. * * . Another on the sick list is Mrs. Sea- borne of Hoxton Park Road. This good .lady, who has been in ill-health for a ong time is in St. Joseph's at Auburn. We proffer our best wishes for a rapid recovery. * * . The tiny twins at the Collingwood Private Hospital are coming along famously, but Jack Isaac out at Aunty's Cafe says he now has the best twins in the ...

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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

HOCKEY Both teams were again successful last Saturday. C Grade defeated Canterbury Bankstown 3-0. W. Pantlin scored the hat-trick. This team is going well as most ol the players are inexperienced, but their combination and positional play will soon make them a team to be reckoned with. Next Saturday will test them to their limit when they meet the Glebe eleven at Moorebank Oval. B Grade defeated Granville-Lidcombe 2-0. A. Owen 1 and E. McCooley 1 were the scorers. This game was a hard rugged game and again snappy passing tactics which always brings results were missing. Flayers were consistently out of position and until this is rectified defeat will surely came, as Glebe, St. George and Masmon are past masters in that department of the game. There is an influx of players to this club, and we coull easily fill a third team which speaks well for the future of hockey in this district. The games and teams for next Satur- day are as follows; Time, 2 p.m. C Grade v Glebe: F. Hubbard, R. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

throughout, Maple Leaf lias built up a reputation J i'ie ¡lest truck for tlie tough job*. Thc new uu>iJ«'l> thal iiiv on the way aro even better and huskier. An ;u¡>aziii¡; ¡ncreaM' in tíie power of the gian! engine willi a greater npcralia.ï en>:!n:!iy is ar-, eutslanding Maple Leaf improvement. A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT A C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O.) Liverpool. UB7661 Chevrolet Trucks and Utilities. Chevrolet and Pontiac Cars. H. FLEGG. 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOC Local Açeiu for All Leading Bottle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Ba-zs, Bottles. Bones, Raps, Kitchen Fats, Scrap Meta AU at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Liv. S( Please notice my truck numbers are SS473 and RE552. SHAW S PHARMACY 193 Macquarie Street, Liverpool For Accurate Dispensing. Toilet Preparations. Gifts and Novelties. MEN'S SLIPPERS Check Felt, buckle boots 12/ Brown F*lt Alberts.10/ AU Leather 14/3, 14/6, 16/9, 18/-, 20/8, and 24/1 BLAKE'S FO...

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A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

-? A.O.F. Liverpool Court of the Ancient Order of Foresters had a large attendance of members and parents at its last fort- nightly meeting. All thoroughly enjoyen the dancing and games indulged in. Great interest is being shown in the Queen Competition being conducted. The following competitions, conducted by the various Queens, resulted: Sister Janice Pender: Pair sheets, won by ticket 331. held by L. Murphy, Passe field Street; Sister Janice Thomas, groceries, ticket 2164. Mrs. Martin, 25 Charles Street. Sister Joyce Davis: cake Iticket 63, Mia? ,G. Harrison;! Short Street; Sister Davis, tobacco, ticket 5858. P. Burns, Prestons; Sister Davis: coat hanger, ticket 5386. Mrs. N. Hanna. .Atkinson Street; Sister Pender: leg of pork, won by Mrs. Glover. Flat 3b Har- greaves Park.

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THE COUNTRY WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION Liverpool Branch [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

THE COUNTRY WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION Liverpool Branch The Liverpool branch of the C.W.A. j held its first Birthday Party in the Town Hall on Thursday, May 8th. The hall had a very festive air with an abun- dance of beautiful flowers and taste- fully arranged afternoon tea tables. Among the official guests welcomed by the president (Mrs. McDonald) were the Mayor of Liverpool (Mr. B. Fitz- patrick), Mrs. Sargent (vice-president Nepean Group C.W.A.), Mrs. Davis of Cabramatta (founder of the Liverpool Branch), Mrs. Freeman and represen- tatives from C.W.A. branches in Quak- er's Hill, Cabramatta, Penrith, Parra- matta, Blacktown and St. Mary's. The Mayor, in praising the work cf ithe C.W.A., said that it had been recognised in Liverpool and that one of the leading citizens, Mr. L. Ashcroft, had donated a piece of land and the council were prepared to build a rest room on it. Commenting on this, Mrs. lS3.rge:ft &*|«d tCiaft Liv&ipooL CW.IA. could certainly count themselves luc...

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