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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 May 1947

ENGAGEMENTS STEWART — NICHOLSON. The engage- ment is announced of Margaret Elston Sealy Nicholson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nicholson, of 59 Northumberland St., Liverpool, to Donald, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stewart, of Winchelsea, Vic- toria.  

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

HARGREAVES PARK SHOPPING CENTRE Hargreaves Park Residents come to KNOTTS GENERAL STORE (Inside the Gates) For ymir Groceries, Hardware» and Haberdashery. Hulk Kerosene and Methylated Spirits. \\()VR ORDER DELIVERED FREE Just inside the Gafes HARGREAVES PARK TURNBULL & GREAD FAMILY BUTCHERS "Quality" Our Motto j Why Travel Farther and Fara Worse ? IS YOUR RADIO SICK ? COI (»ult THE RADIO HOSPITAL HARGREAVES PARK (Right at Ühe Gales) Jugs, Irons, Toasters, Radiator» Radios, etc Sold and Serviced WHY GO TO TOWN ? O'NEILLS HARGREAVES PARK STORE is Right at Your Door fr Smallgoods ' ( fr Soft Drinks fr Confectionery [ fr Fruit and Vegetables Full Postal Facilities RONEFF TRADERS" ARMY AND AIRFORCE DISPOSAL SPECIALISTS "NO COUPDNS" WAAF Greatcoats (Women's) .. . 39/6 Air Force Ona': als, laundered and pressed. CHEAP al.39/6 BLANKETS. Army Greys 19/6; Bur- gundy 15/-. (Firsts). SHIRTS. Grey and Green, all sizes 8/6 TROUSERS. Guy and Green .. . 12/6 PULLOVERS. Khaki and Blue, 10/6 B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

LIVERPOOL j DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE1 Modern Cars with cv without drivers. Daily or WeeKlv Miring Full N.R.M.A. Coverage. Moderate Charges. LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Street Phone UB7661 - Metter than Mother used to make. ! NANCY'S CAKES j SCOTT STKEKT (near Railway), i.i VKRI'< )< )|. * SPONGES ^ FRUIT CAKE j ^ CHOCOLATE CAKE * CHERRY CAKE S ORANGE, RAINBOW AND COFFEE CAKES S Chocolate Eclairs. Cream Run:-, and a la rye variety of snails. I 4 THE BEST HOT PIES IN TOWN" I W e make cakes lo su t your order for all occasions. g WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY I Phone UB7870 ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimm&ÊÊHmammimmmmÊmmtmÊmmmHmmmimmmÊmm j GRANVILLE i VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD GRANVILLE d COWS, HORSES, and O1 HER ANIMALS attended to DAY or NIGHT. ¡jj UL2579 Tels-hono UUl 037 ÍE ROBERTS R V S by Exem R W BOWEN, B V Sc Parran»;'a Brar.ch, UW6502 il SAVE TIME! I When in a hurrv there's a sure and safe Way GO BY TAXI CALL UB 7880 24 HOURS DAY AN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

CULTIVATING ROTARY HOE CONTRACT WORK BOOK NOW. TELEPHONE, AUSTRAL 8. Hoe'ng done in Austral, Hoxton Park. West Hoxton. Rossmore Lcppngton. Bringelly and surrounding districts. C. CRAIK FOURTH AVENUE AUSTRAL MBS MERLE KEYES wishes to announce thf.l in addition to her usual Service?. Clients will now he able to have THE NEW SENSATIONAL DURAE CREME WAVE Information regarding this Ultra-Modom Wave given freely EXCLUSIVE TO MISS MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7858 Kill That Cold, With Kindness. Take "Delta" Compound BALSAM OF SQUILL .fr Pleasant to the taste. Soothing to the inflamed Membrane-;. Relieves Congestion. PRICE, 1/9 and 3/- per bottle Obtainable only from D. F. DONOHUE, M p s Dispensing Chemist 27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA. UBI689 PROFESSIONAL COLLINGWOOD PRIVATE HOSPITAL 6 CHRISTIE ST., LIVERPOOL All pbst^-ric ündoor and outdoor cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD and GARLAND Obst. A.T.K.A. Phone liv. 192 HOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROY S. TURTON Architectural Draugh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

WHEATLEYS HIGH-CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Best Workmanship. Try us also for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS ic Solid Leather Attache Cases. .fa Solid Leather Gladston Bags ic Suitcases. ic School Cases WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7826 TOM SHARPE for FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Supplies Daily -$ 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL - ?$> Our Motto: Quality and Service. Under New Management MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionary Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor Lottery t icket Agejncy A GRAND NIGHT IN A GOOD CAUSE LIVERPOOL BOWLING CLUB'S 4TH ANNUAL BALL LIVERPOOL TOWiJ HALL WEDNESDAY, JUNE llT EXCELLENT ORCHESTRA AND SUPPER DANCING 8 P M. TILL 2 A M PROCEEDS FOR FOOD FOR BRITAIN APPEAL TICKETS. IO/- (Limited) King Liverpool 140 or Liverpool 34 for Reservations. DRESS OPTIONAL L. J. Ashcroft, president. A. Hill, social secretary Geo. Morrow, secretary. FOR ALL YOUR HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY HANCOCK'S «s.. - HARDWARE STORE :: CANLEY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

Regal . THEATRE, UVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 "Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. j 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 depend upon public response. MONDAY and TUESDAY June 2 and 3 < Holiert Newtown and Deborah Kerr in "HATTER'S CASTLE" (A) Prom thc novel by A. J. Cronin, also [inx I'alk'enberg in "TALK ABOUT A LADY" WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY June 4 and 5 Worthy Successor to '39 Steps'. Deborah Kerr and Trevor Made hy the producers of "The Wicked I .adv" and "The Man in Also, Rusty, the wonder dog, in "THE RETURN OF RUSTY" Same Programme at Housewives' Matine«, ll a.m. Thursday. Howard in (A) COMING Friday and Saturday Joan Craw fi ml in her Academv Award winning role "MILDRED PIERCE" (A) ELECTRICAL UB7868 (day) Liv. 327 (night) Licensed ELECTRICIANS ALL QUOTES FREE Liverpool Electric Installation Co. For Everything Electrical 42 Scott S...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

GOSSIP The "picture of the year'^-^JOLSON STORY (in Technicolor) is having a special session at the Regal this week. In order to give everyone the oppor- tunity of seeing this exceptional show, the management are conducting mati- nees on Thursday at il a.m., Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday at 1.30 p.m. besides the screenings on Thursday, .Friday and Saturday evenings. "JOLSON STORY" is the brightest and gayest show we've seen for many a long day, with all the old songs that made black-faced singer Al. Jolson famous. Settings and technicolor photo- graphy are to be seen to be believed. Don't miss it. * * . Will any intending debutantes for St. Luke's Ball, who have not already done so, please get in touch with Mrs. Hamer. 50 Copeland Street, as soon as possible. * * « Miss Robin Cranitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cranitch of Bathurst Street, Liverpool who went up to Parkes a short time ago for a holiday, has de- cided to accept employment there with Messrs. Wright, Heaton and Co....

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THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

THE GARDEN By GEORGE COOPER Now is the time to cut away all the ¿pent chrysanthemums and old dahlia tops which have finished flowering. All those varieties which you wish to keep should bc labelled and those you do not require should be dug up and disposed of. To clean up the dahlia patch, give all the clumps a lift with the fork to break the roots, and when dry, store away in a safe place. Now is the right time to be planting Roses. Citrus and Stone fruits. In the flower'garden get busy and finish plant- ing your Iceland Poppies. Plant now for Winter flowers: Poppy, Leptosyne, Pansy late Stock, Primula. Larkspur, Iehus anthus, Nemesia, Wallflower, Ranun- culus seedlings and Sweet Peas. AU bulbs of Daffodils, Freesias, Ane- mone. Ranunculus, Tu li pu. Ixl as land Sparaxls should be in by now. This is also the best time of the year for Orna- mental Trees and Shrubs. Keep your supply of Vegetables up by planting Broad Beans, Cabbage, Spinach, Onions Lettuce, Beet, Leek, Parsnips and R...

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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

HOCKEY -<c» - The two local teams were successful again last Saturday. C Grade's exhibi- tion in defeating the strong Glebe sidr 2-1 was full of merit. The ball was toss- , ed from one side of the field to the ] other and positional play and stick work was of the highest order and Liverpool always bad their opponents guessing, a lesson the older and more experienced team could adopt to its advantage. Al- though R. Stockton and W. Owen scored fer the winners, every player must be givrn credit for his part. J. Brown sec ¡sd for the losers. B Grade defeated YMCA 2-0 after an exciling game. As in past matches, skill and stick-work as well as positional play were sadly lacking. As pointed out after previous games these faults must bring defeat. G. Murphy was the bright light of the side. E. McCooey and A. Owen scored goals. On Sunday the Metropolitan Under 18 years visited Moorebank and defeated the local juniors 3-1 in the main game. The four games played gave juniors a full ...

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LIVERPOOL STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

LIVERPOOL STOCK SALES On Saturday, 24th May, at Tully's /ards, Liverpool a good yarding oí Here- fords were sold averaging £10/10/-. Backward Springers were sold at £11 to £14 per head. Calves were in good demand and realised good prices. The yards at Liverpool are being reno- vated and provision is being made for rood supplies of cattle In the near future. ¡ Floats are available for those wishing to transport their stock to this market. _?_

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ST. LUKE'S YOUNGER SET Club Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

¡ ST, LUKE'S YOUNGER SET Club Notes Empire Day failing on a Saturday, | ;he Younger Bet decided on a Barbecue ! nd Empire Social that evening in lieu j cf the usual Monday night social. A j number of members were at the hall j durisg the afternoon making cakes, (Usage rolls etc. in preparation. A pro- posal to repeat last year's barbecue of a s.ieep was decided against because of the appeal fer mere meat for Britain. How- ever, even some of the boys proved adspt a: cooks and later their sausage rolls ere voted excellent. Table decorations were left to Kevin. Kev excelled himself. His manner of arranging the bowls of drink (soft) was marvellous and he even had the lollies regimentally in line and all facing the one way. The joust caused great excitement - competitors mounted on steeds from the Randell stables endeavoured to dislodge each other with brooms, mops etc. Several members showed signs of scare during the performance of a sketch en- titled "The Well," but as Jim says, "all's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

UALTiT' J Our Motto I THE Ï :HOICEST FRUITS t \ND VEGETABLES J Only I , BILLETT I cott St., LIVERPOOL f HEELERS 7-piece WATER SETS 12/6 pkt. EARL ! GARBAGE [RLEY TINS £ 9/9 I G. COOPER fuT FLOWERS, SHRUBS, SEED-' ¡5, SEEDS and FERTILISERS ; G. COOPER, Florist jMACQUARn: ST., LUEItPOOL 1 VB 7810 (TILLERS DELICATESSAN Itt St. (opp. Fire S'iat.'on) jj LIVERPOOL pr All Your Smallgoods dressed Poultry a Special'y Phone UB7838 fones 1YCLEANERS Liverpool : % HOUGH. 18T Merarie ^Irer! Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station N. R. M. A. I i LIVERPOOL I ( District Depot M- Barrett's &LL1NGW00D: GARAGE ÈNERAL ENGINEERS ; 1 Beating, Duco Spraying ionised Inspection Station] ; Phone Liv. 317 J. ROWELL HAULAGE CONTRACTOR REMOVALS PARCEL DELIVERY Sand, Ashes, Sor'L, Metal, etc. Promptly Supplied 'Phone Liv. 34 FOI.! HW THF. CROWDS C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Term'nus Srect, Liverpool Ashcroft's r»r.\: li y ME AT at Ruling Prices. Phone UB7869 [heGÉngwood! HOTEL HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL ...

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READ THIS CAREFULLY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

READ THIS CAREFULLY i A Grand Benefit will b2 held in the liverpool Town Hall on the 11th July iii aid of Jackie Noake. This lad had the misfortune have ' is leg taken off fallowing a simple Décident. All the residents of the Liverpool dis- trict will agree with me that this is the i::o£t worthy cause that has been known i i, the district for many year*. This boy is only 16 years of age so hs has been handicapped for the re- mainder of his life. His pcple are old i. entities of the town and have always t:i n well respected by all in the dis- tict, so we appeal to everyone to throw i i their lot and help this most worthy cause. Organised by the Challenge Woollen Mills Recreation and Welfare Club. (This is not a Compensation C'^se.)-(Sgd.) W. Smith.

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING Congratulations are the order oí the lay-a fine young daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Galvin of Canley Vale Road, and the same to Mr. and Mrs. Twaddel ol . eel direct, Canley Vale. * * * Until recently it appeared that there was such a thing as a Preference Act ici- Returned Soldiers, but having noted Jicir complete absence so far as 'Jobs' ire cencerned at the last elections, it nakcs one wonder just how many will i licip'e !,n thc forthcoming cenaui -wait and see. , I * Ht * On Ihz other hand it's easily seen how any cx-scrviocmen are 'preferred' foi ick and shovel work, as the sight of a ungle green uniform is common to all islr.ftis throughout the metropolitan area. * * * Readers will be sorry to hear that 'Pop' Carre is at present in hospital, but >c understand he is now progressing incurably. * * . Mrs. 'Beit' suters is back home again after her recent illness. * * * Heard tell there are more and more hops in the air-and other things too looks like things ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

BAILEY'S GENERAL STORE CANLEY HEIGHTS UB 1564 YOU VE THOUGHT OF PAINTING THAT F1BRO COTTAGE LOTS OF TIMES - DO IT NOW! Select your favourite brand' of + OIL BOUND WATER PAINT (for inside or outside use) from these: TAYLOR'S MATTE, MAJOR BROS., No. 1 and 2, MURALO PASTE WATER PAINT, VELVENE OR INDELIBLO. WE * DELIVER * FREE * THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Suit Drinks, Ice Cream, Con icc.tuuery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakes j and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Lui Lunches, bandwiches. Cakes and h/asiry. Anderson's Smallgoods 1 ubacco and Cigarettes. Siauuii.iiy. Groceries. Phone UB7680 CAMELIA FLORIST 3-1 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL (Mrs- Trapman) and at Mrs. MCDONALD'S, /4 l et minus St., Liverpool CUi fr LOWERS, bunch 6d. jjaskcls, Bouquets, Wreaths, Sprays, etc. I'liUiNL: UV. 325. ff THE HANDY STORE £j H. WILKINS Lachlan Street, Liverpool fnone: Liv. 424 Full Stocks of Groceries Toiiet and Med.cal Preparations! Cool Drinks, Ice Cream, Sweets, Fruit and Vegetables, bmallgoodsj Lottery...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 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 _._._ ? - --_ Choice Smallgoods ALWAYS FRttSII-Ii you simp .it RADFORD'S ll 15 John Street, Cabramatta VB 1617 For your Cakes and Pastry ALWAYS OVEN-FRESH D. MATHIESON OPPOSITE BUS STOP and STATION Cabramatta THE MECCA OF THE DISCERNING CORNES' CROSSROADS HOTEL AH Roads Lead lo The Crossroads Come to the Crossroads í » a t'iumi Drink well served. Phone. Liv. 1!J4 J. Cornes, Lieeni < TUCKFIELD & PHILLIPS 146 Cabramatta Road (Opp. Cinema) FRESH FISH Mondays to Friday*, inclusive, ll a.in. to 1.30 p.m. 2.30 j).m. lo 0 JJ.in. Closed on Saturdays. "NEWPRO' CHICK EQUIPMENT for Economy tin Ilk "Ncw|iiii" I .MIi sclf-fiivdins fanjir with rat-proof co vt :. Saves time and no let-il wa.sla«f'. ojti LUC.ll F.O.K. Sydney "Newpro" Popular li gallon Sleeve] Drinker. Can bel filled on the (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

NEW MACHINERY Available for immédiate Delivery Do not let the Brick Shortage worry you. Buy a 3.J.T. Brick-Making Mac- hine and make your own. Makes 5 differ- ent size bricks, ideal for Homes, Oar- ages, Sheds, etc. PRICE £6. GEORGE HOWELL'S Farra Machinery Exchange Phone 100, 258 or 259 HIGH STREET, PENRITH The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL _ Í

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

GROCERS SADDLERS iARDWARE AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 99 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL SM OW * NEW RANGE OF COIR MATTING, 22 beb «ml 27 foch. ? if DOOR MATS in all sizes andi colors. ORDER YOUR SILENT KNIGHT REFRIGERATOR NOW! Price £54/5/ COLE'S DELIVER THE GOODS ic SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE www ic COMPLETE ENGINE RE COND1TION ^^^^^^^^^^^^ * BATTERY CHARGING ^UNDER ^SpÉ^^^^^^PBg ^ ic LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES, ^85-- EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION PPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL. G. E. HUMPHRYS, A.M.l.A.M.E.;, Prop. Authorised Inspection Station THOMAS' CORNER [ERMINUS STREET LIVERPOOL X resh Fruit and Vegetables Daily- Fresh Cakes Daily WHY GO SHORT? WE HAVE GOOD STOCKS OF r FLUTED GLASS CUPS AND SAUCERS r BISCUITS ic DATES + SOAP r PEARL BARLEY ^ SPLIT PEAS f "B" LAMP GLASSES * HURRICANE GLASSES E. F. COOPER 7 HILL STREET ::: CABRAMATTA "YOU RING - WE BRING", PHONE UB1693 _J_ J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT I 3 Christie Street, Liverpool I WOOD CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

ÍM*Í S'S * C L A R K E * ¿i (Late Evershed's) Y MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL? QUALITY BLOCK CAKE 2 AND SPONGE « ICE CREAM and COlfFECTIONERYx

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FOOTBALL Cabramatia v. Liverpool [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

FOOTBALL By "Old Blue"" Cabr¿tmtla v. Liverpool Tùe above clubs took advantage of the President Cup trials last Sunday to play non-competition matches at Cabramatta In A and B Grades. Both clubs took ad- vantage of the occasion to experiment j with players and positions, to the bene ; flt of all. In the presence of about 1500 spec- tators, Liverpool B won the toss and Oat.urna tta wc.re immediately on tty; attack, Liverpool bein? compelled to ¡ force. Prom the kick Willingham drib- bled to Cahra's 25 where Woodham saved with a solid tackle. Liverpool continued to press but Wilcox sent play down to half way, where a hard rucking game continued. Th? hookers were breaking evening. The first penalty to Liverpool was nicely taken by Greissler who was forced out near the line. Prom the sarum Willingham sent to Wilkinson who was dropped four yards from the line. Liverpool was here penalised, and Pearce following on fast, with his wing- er unmarked was grounded by Clarke. Pdnder found touch...

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