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United Old Age and Invalid Pensioners Association of Australia [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

United Old Age and Invalid Pen- j s "oners Association of Australia The Original liverpool Branch of the Gld-Oge and Invalid Pensioners' (found in 193 U spent a very enjoyable . leering .t: the Protestant Hall." Liver :ol cn Wednesday afternoon, the 21st May. 1947 at 1.30 p.m. Mr. Twindley, our new president, was a Hie chair and a very enjoyable and ' icndlv gathering was held. There were three new members and we are very hope- ful of more members next meeting day. A Social Afternoon was held after tile ? ->neral meeting and some very gootí ; rms were rendered. Mr. Yardley entertained at the piano ind a couple of outstanding perform ICCE vere given by Master Prank Oak ? y of Wentworthville of tap-dancing i .id acrobatics. Mrs. N. Smith t Cooks i::ll) a solo, and Mr. and Mrs. Twind ; also obliged, ail joining in commun . y items. A competition for eggs and bacon was . awn and won by ticket No. 36, the lucky person being Mr. Watts. F.;nsio:iers please note: This is the branch of Pe...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS Love- McDonald [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

WEDDING BELLS Love - McDonald Liverpool Presbyterian Church was the scene of a very attractive wsdding on Saturday, 10th May at 3 p.m. when Ellen Jean, eldest daughter of Warrant Cfficer and Mrs. G. E. McDonald of Chipping Norton was joined in holy matrimony to Dougas (ex-RAN), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Love of Burnie, Victoria. Rev. R. Birch officiated. Tlie bride entered the church on the arm of her father beautifully ?jowned in ivory satin with full train and hand embrcidercd veil. She carried a bou- quet of white stock, tuber-roses anc camelias. The bride's sis'ers, Gwen and Roslyn, attended as bridesmaids, frocked in white cioque and carrying bouquets oí red «.ir: sweet peas and gladioli, and wear- ing gold locket and chains, gifts of groom. Little Jean Kearn n:ade the sweetest of flower girls in lon3 whitf frock and carrying a basket of talisman roses. The groom was attended by Mr. Bol: D-slcphinis as best man aud Mr. Ken McDonald as groomsman. Miss Sylvia McDonald (cousin of...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESTON'S YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

PRESTON'S YOUNGER SET ¡I More than one hundred and fifty people - fc:th young and old-atended the bar- becue organised by Pres jns Younger Set last Saturday evening, i The fireworks wera a great success, j r.lthough the rain subdued the bonfire J seme extent. There were -ïenty of eatables and drinks for all. Some of the younger people danced around the fire, to music supplied by ;ocd-natured Joe. All had a very en tiyaWo evening.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ladies Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies' Auxiliary held a dance at Hammondville last Saturday night. Considering the short notice elven ol the dance, the attendance was good and a good nights dancing was assured, when thc Arcadians Orchestra gave out with the music. Eric Pritchard was a very capable M.C. and obliged patrons ou their re- quests for various dances. The mystery barn dance, was won by Mrs. D. Starr and Mr. R. O'Pray, whilst Miss Betty Hall and Mr. M. Harrington won the monte carlo waltz. The competition was won by Eric Prit- chard-wasn't he lucky? Many patrons asked when the next Legion dance was to be held and for their I information, it has been decided to hold j another dance, some place and sam« time on the 21st June. Be in it. The supper arrangements were hi the very capable hands of Mesdames Biddle, Starr, Stanton and Halsey. Custodian of the ticket box was Jim Biddle, who incidenlly is the president of the Southern Metropolitan District Council ol the* Australian Legion. [ T...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOT DOGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

HOT DOGS -® We]], that mainátay of local dog doings, Frank Hosiord, is back from the West. He has brought four goodies back with him-they:i re-imburse him for his expenses in the near future. OOo I It's good to see Jackie Rix with .one j I on the lead again and we wish him an j 'early success. oOo Get ready for Mantle MU again. Bluey ] says he's going to let him out at an | early date. j oOo So Mitchel] Bomber crashed, thought he was going great guns at first up at Rooty Hill last Wednesday. eOo Look out Charlie M-. They say that Ray Fitzpatrick is deserting the trot« j for the dogs ! OOo Doggone it ! How bad luck can dog a good dog-man. Cyril had the hare the other night but not the tm. Says he'll] never leave the house again without a quid in his poke !

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

.-j Department of Railways, New South Wales WANTED j FOR f MM ED T AT K KM PLOYMENT IK ¡ METROPOLITAN AREA i BLACKSMITHS BOILERMAKERS CABLE JOINTERS ELECTRICAL FITTERS ELECTRICAL MECHANICS I ! PLUMBERS j ; PIPE FITTERS I I BRICKLAYERS ! CARPENTERS ! FITTERS AND TURNERS I IRON MACHINISTS ! SHEET METAL WORKERS ( ! CAR CLEANERS j J LABOURERS | I ENGT NE CLEANERS (Max. 35 years) j FUELMEN PORTERS I JUNIOR PORTERS ! SHOP AND CALL BOYS ¡ i Annual leave, free passes, sick pay and pension benefits j PERMANENT WORK j ¡ Apply: Employment Officer, Room 90 2nd Floor, Central Rail- \ \ way Statiion. Sydney. ! S. R.. NICHOLAS. Secretary for Railways. MODELS OF EFFICIENCY ! From light deliveries to the toughest heavy duty job Chevrolet presents a truck or utility that will do the job more efficiently and more economically. Among the outstanding advancements is on improved 6-cylindcr overhead valve engine greatly increased in power, yet with lower running cost than ever before. CHEVROLET TRUCKS &am...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEGION NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 May 1947

LEGION NEWS Hui' arr some of the departments es- tablished by thc Logion to aid the Ex servicemen and women along the road oí rehabalitation: One of the finest employment place- ment systems iii the Commonwealth. During the past year we have referred something like 16,000 ex-servicemen and wommi to better-than-bastc-wage jobs. Our Welfare and Pensions Bureaux are streamlined to sidetrack red tape. In 1946 over 20,000 cases and problems .were handled to ease the change-over to civilian life. Realty Company - your safeguard against the blackmarket. Buys and sells all forms of building land and small businesses on a basis of honesty and fair dealing. If we can be of assistance to you, why not contact us. The Liverpool sub- branch meets on tho second Thursday night of each month at 8 p.m. at the Protestant Hallv Liverpool. Come along and be in it. How about it Warwick Farm and Har ¡greave Park? We would like to welcome | you members to our meetings. Be in it j with the rest of us. We ca...

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

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRÜCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Es'ate AUCTIONEER See Gtuchy First 231 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL UB7873 NOTE j 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 SAYy -its' go to Weir and Oreen for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. 4-GALLON U.S. flat type Oil Drums, complete with flexible pourer and filter. Very handy and strong. 42/6 at Mc- Grath's Service Station, Liverpool. DRUMS, 5 to 80 galls.; Iron, flat or corruga ted, downpipe and guttering; fuel stoves, bicycles, boys or girls. H. Flegg, 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. BAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240v. 2000 watt, cream and green, £16/10/ Immediate delivery. Sheardown and Bushel, Macquarie St....

Publication Title: Leader, The
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THE GARDEN IMPROVING YOUR GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

THE GARDEN By Geo, Cocper IMPROVING YOUR GARDEN I MOST Gardeners find out at one stage or another that they are not getting the results they would like, and are at a loss to account for the poor quality oí ítheír vegetables or flowers. In this article, I will endeavour to explain the reason for this. Oí course, this is not meant for the professional grower, but merely to assist the amateur. Just as you nava to keep up. the supply jt water to your plants, so does the sup- ply of nitrogen need to, be maintained. Both water and nitrogen are supplied intermittently by nature in the form of rain and by bacterial action in the soil. Any gardener soon learns, however, that nature's supply is often not on time for his operations. He prefers to supply the water himself. So should it be with the plant's nitrogen needs. Animal manure, decayed vegetable matter etc. are essen- tial and should be supplied the plants at soi table intervals. Some fertilizers will improve matters still turther. One ...

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THE COURTS Building Breach [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

THE COURTS Building Breach At Liverpool Police Court, before Mr. ff. Isles P.M. on Monday last, Ronald Albert Dunbier pleaded guilty to. a charge of committing a breach of the Building Control Act (1945). Mr. Kingston appeared lor the De- partment oi Labour and Industry, the prosecuting authority. In evidence, he stated that he had inspected certain premises on Hume Highway on April 16th last. He interviewed a person there who said his name was Ronald Albert Dunbier and claimed to be the owner of the dwelling and admitted that he had partly constructed a brick garage '20ft 3ins by lift 6ins at the rear of the dwelling. Inspection showed that one wall of the garage was constructed of common bricks while the frpnt wall; which had a 9ft opening, was built of "bull" bricks. The other two walls were of reject face bricks. Dunbier stated that he proposed to cover the roof with, reject tiles and that he had' obtained permission from the local council tb trect the building. The cost would h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

'CANLEY I HEIGHTS j CALLING j Thc recent r?¡m have brought Mac Carre's barge back into commission. * * * "Here's mud in your eye" has become the recognised greeting among certain residents. Never mind folk - there'll come a day ! * $ * Good to see the concreting of foot- paths commenced in Sackville Street, j it is to be hoped that the good work will be continued. * * * Locals will be glad to learn that Mr. Carre Sen. is now convalescent. * * * Rumoured that the local Sub-branch of the R.S.L. is standing a full team at next Council elections, 6th Decem- ber. Perhaps this won't meet with the approval of all but at least it may pro- vide a new active broom.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

BAMLEY'S GENERAL STORE 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD CANLEY VALE SPECIALISING IN FARR! WM GATES/ WROUGHT IRON GATES ' AND ORNAMENTAL PANELS PRICES FROM 15/6 TO £10/10 CALL AND SEE OUR CATALOGUE PHONE UBI 564 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 Sniallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. Stationery. Groceries. Phone UB7680 CAMELIA FLORIST 34 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL (Mrs- Trapman) and at Mrs. MCDONALD'S, 74 Terminus St., Liverpool GUT FLOWERS, bunch 6d Baskets, Bouquets, Wreaths, Sprays etc. 'PHONE: LIV. 325. TOM SHARPE for FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Supplies Daily 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL Our Motto: Quality and Service. For Delirious, Oven-fresh . . . PIES, CAKES and PASTEÏ Deal from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liverpool DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducoing, Duluxing, Polishing, Waxing, PaneHbeating, Trim- ming or Upholstering? If so - try THE COLL...

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AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE Cabramatta Branch Boys and Girls' Sections [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

.. -V *: ' AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE . ft.» Cabramatta Branch Bb>*-' «od Giris' Sections The Cabramatta branch of the Aus- tralian Air League, both the Boys and Girls' Sections, have been very busy over the past few week». The Boys' section entered camp at Mona Vale on Thursday, 24th April last for three days, and a good time was hed by all. despite a fair amount of rain. Cabramatta succeeded in defeating all- comers at all the sports competitions. They were able to win easily the Cricket, Soft Ball, Athletics and Ball Games, whilst Cadet Albert Gibson upheld the ' Company's honour by winning the junior boxing competition. Good luck Cabra. On Sunday, the 27th. a party from the Giris' section' visited the Camp witter the charge of the O.I.C., Miss P. Wil- liams and were present when the Boys' broke camp to come home. The boys are now busy making model aeroplanes which they hope may ba entered in the big Air EKhibition to be held in the Sydney Town Hall at the end of June. The Girls ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

CABRAMATTA ~7^r FII rn i i II ri* Saleroom^ \ ! (RIGHT^OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) * THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS :_._I 2 piece Polished Bedroom Suite £6/19/6 Large Dressing Table, with large mirror £3/10 Pot Cupboard, with Maible Top £1/5/0 WeU filled Double Kapok Mattress £2/10 0 Oak Extension Table £3, 10 0 Beard Watson Din.ngroom Suite, consisting of low back sclioj sideboard, very good re- fectory table, 4 chairs, com- plete £16/19/6 Steel Refrigerator, cream por- celain lined £5 19/6 All porcelain Ice Chest, oak. £3/19/6. 3 piece Oak Bedroom Suite, consisting 4' wardrobe, rim- less dressing Table, and Low- boy, complete £12/10 0 Dropback Settee and cush'ons Good order £1 15/0 Very fine round bow end. Kit- chen Cabinet- The very latest. £12 10 0 Double Pan?I Beds' e ud and Wire £3 19/6 Double Wires 25 - Double Oak Bedstead, wire and bedding complete. Only one £3 10 0. Very good Kitchen Setting, consisting of fine 4* x 6' bow front cabinet, Refectory Table and 4 chairs £18/10/0 K'tchen Ch...

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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION The Legion is receiving considerable support from kindred organisations in its floht on behalf of former Prisoners of War. Several major associations have a1 ready promised to assist the Legion's claim for 3/- subsistena'nce pay for sac'i day that these men were in enemy bands. Legion President (Mr. B. J. McDonaldt in his comm-pnts, said: "It is extremely gratifying to find other ex-service asso- ciations are prepared to support thc Lîgion in its fight. "For months we have been fightim this campaign single-handed. As a re- sult we have aroused national conscience to the plight of these men.' Mr. McDonald also added that a con- ference of all interested associations would shortly be held in Melbourne to examine the position fullv. Briefly'out- lined the Legion's P.O.W. campaign is teing conducted in three phrases: repara- tions, subsistence and rehabilitation. Legion members in the Liverpool dis- trict.: Are you financial? If you are un financial you will not get a...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

GOSSIP The arel val of a daughter last Friday <30tty May) delighted the heart« af Vernon and Helen HUI of Macquarie Fields. They will call her Colleen Denise-, * * « Remember reading a few weeks ago of the application of Thelma Wassell to marry George Beedon? Well, the knot was tied for this very happy young couple at St. Barnabas' Church of Eng- land, ingleburn last Saturday, 31st May. * * * Mr. Jack Staples of North Liverpool Road, Green Valley who has been an l ímate of the State Hospital for the past month, has made a very good recovery. He hopes to be convalescing up at Cam- den next week. 1 * * * We noticed Mr. Ainsworth, the photo- grapher had been epgaged to put on pictorial record the" debs., flower giri and matron of honor at St. Anne's Ball (he other night. * * * Adjutant Prussïng of the Salvation Army has got his marching orders. He leaves us tomorrow (Friday, 6th June). * *. * We have been asked to give publicity, to the Grand Benefit to be held in the Liverp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

1* *T! *> BABYÍS "TÍÍTHIÑG AILMENTS can be speedily corrected 'DELTA TEETHING POWDERS Mildly Laxative, they soothe, cleanse, sweeten and relieve fretfulness and restlessness. Obtainable at 1 /6 per packet from D. F. DONOHUE, M . Dispensing Chemist 27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA. UBI689 I RONEFF i TRADERS" j ARMY AND AIRFORCE DISPOSAL SPECIALISTS "NO COUPONS" WAAF Greatcoats (Women's) .. . 39/i Air Force Greatcoats, laundered and I pressed. CHEAP at.39/i , BLANKETS. Army Greys 19/6; Bur I gundy 15/-. (Firsts). SHIRTS. Grey and Green, all sizes 8/1 TROUSERS. Grey and Green .. . 12/ POLLOVERS. Khaki and Blue, 10/6 Bargain. Electric Radiators from £ 1 to 25/ Worth More. Vacuum Cleaner: first class conditior £10. i LOUNGE. 3-pce. Maroon tone. Ttoi I Lounge is worth your attention. Proa Bellevue Hill home. A bargain at £2¡ 'Call at . . . FAIRVIEW ROAD CABRAMATTA (Third street al'png Cabramatta Roa i towards Liverpool Road from Cabramatta Station) Phone UB1036 ' We Deliver I TUCKFIELD &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

PROFESSIONAL COLLINGWOOD PRIVATE HOSPITAL 6 CHRISTIE ST., LIVERPOOL All" Obstrtrte Jtodoor and outdoor cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD and GARLAND Obst. A.T.N.A. Phone Uv. 192 HOME PLANS * SPECIFICATIONS ROY S. TURTON Architectural Draughtsman Macquarie Chambers, 61 Macquarie Str. Parramatta. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. UW7703. Private: 14 Albert St' Parramatta. ÜWÖ802 ;- i WILLIAM A. STEEL SOLICITOR 231 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL and MUIOOF Building 185 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY Thone: M 3-308 MAURICE F. COLREAVY L.L.B. Solicitor 84 BATHURST ST., LIVERPOOL and at Third Floor, Wingello House, Angel Place, Sydney. 'Phone: B 1724 LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR (Commissioner for Aflts. N.S.W. and Victoria) RAILWAY PARADE, CABRAMATTA UB 1710 And Twyford House, 17 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. B4408. Resuming Practice after Military Service "ST. IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL 14 Raliway Street, Liverpool Phone ÜB7819 MATRON H. C. DAVOS A.T.N.A. A.N.F. {State Reg.) General and Obestric Cases ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROO...

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ORPHANAGE BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

ORPHANAGE BALL -? Despite some direful predictions (based on the ban of intoxicants at th« function) the fifty-fifth Annual Ball in aid of St. Anne's Orphanage was a thoroughly successful and enjoyable af- fair in the Liverpool Town Hall on Tues- day night of last week. Upwards or 350 attended, and as the evening progressed it was obvious that the large amount of planning and labor of the very active committee was meet- ing with its just reward in the decorous gaiety exhibited alike by dancers and "sitters-out." Always popular as Master of Ceremonies, Aid. T. Fitzpatrick again officiated. Stage and tables had been nicely decorated by the ladies with chrysan- themums, poppies and poinsettias. Du- bs iq Orchestra was in attendance to dispense its usual lilting dance music. Billy Yuile of Auburn capably carried I out the catering. Present to receive the seven debu- tantes was Monsign:r O'Donnell of Lewisham who immediately on arrival soon after 9 p.m. was escorted to his ' dias in the ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 June 1947

DELICIOUS MEAT PIES, from AUNTY'S CAFE (J A. Isaac, Proprietor) CROSSROADS, LIVERPOOL. SUNDAY SPECIAL - POULTRY DINNERS Hot and Cold Lunches, Sandwiches, etc. LADIES! CONSULT MRS. HALL at the Judith [ve Salon 220 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL for the latest in ALL PERMANENT WAVING AND TINTING 'Phone: UB 7857 _ - - - - LIGHT AS A FEATHER BLUE RIBBON CAKES AND SPONGES The customers who keep coming back are our best salesmen See the BLUE RIBBON CAKE SHOP Macquarie Street, Liverpool FOR YOUR WEDDING CAKE That's Our Speciality CULTIVATING ROTARY HOE CONTRACT WORK BOOK NOW. TELEPHONE, AUSTRAL 8. Hoeing done in Austral, Hoxton Park, West Hoxton, Rossmore Leppington, P.riiigclly and surrounding districts. C. CRAIK FOURTH AVENUE :: AUSTRAL j MBS MERLE KEYES wishes to announce that in addition to her usual Services, Clients will now he able to have THE NEW SENSATIONAL DURAE CREME WAVE Information regarding this Uîtra-Modern Wave given freely EXCLUSIVE TO MISS MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT STREET, LIVERP...

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