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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

'^ÊÊmÊmÊÊmmmÊmmÊiÊmmmÊmÊmmÊÊmÊm^ÊÊÊmmmmmmÊmmmmiÊmÊÊÊÊÊtÊÊÊÊÊiÊÊÊi I Dc:ter than Mother used to make. j NANCY'S CAKES SCOTT STREET (near Railway). LIVERPOOL ^ SPONGES £ FRUIT CAKE ^ CHOCOLATE CAKE * CHERRY CAKE ORANGE, RAINBOW AND COFFEE CAKES Chocolate liclairs. Cream Buns, and a large variety of smalls. ' THE BEST HOT PIES IN TOWN" We make cakes to suit your order for all occasions. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY Phone UB7870 GRANVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD :: GRANVLI.r COW?, HORSES, and OTHER ANIMALS attended :o DAY or NIGHT. 1UL2579 Telephone UUI037 E. ROBERTS R.V.S. by Exam R W BOWEN, B V Sc Parramat a Branch, UW6502 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 TJ : UB7863 LIVERPOOL TAXI SERVICE L. RAW, Propr.etor. I FOR um^HAitorá ^ i ' always us«. , * "j ; ï ] RAYMUR IHAND CREAM 1/-: j A. T MURRAY il $ MPS. Ï X Chem'st UB7642 £ -,-:-Ï_ 1 WANTED!...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL MASTER'S TRAGIC DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

SCHOOL MASTER'S TRAGIC DEATH Thc untimely death of Mr. Jack Sinclair Evans, fate of Liverpool, j occurred at his residence. Warner Avenue, Wyon«: on Saturday after- noon, 31st May, when he was etectro - uted while connecting an electric lead from hb boase to his garage. Mrs. Evans heard a piercing- scream, and running- out, found her husband lying- dead in the yard. A doctor was summoned immediately a d although present within a few min I ut s. Mr. Evans was found past all medi- cal aid. In addition to his duties at Toukley School, he was president of the Touk- ley, Norahville, Girakan, Budgeooi Pro press Associations: a committeeman of the Central Coast Regional Committee oí the New Deal for Education, and a trustee of the Toukley Community Hall, which is one of the most energetic bodies cf its kind on the Coast. He was also holder of a certificate, and bronze medal for life-saving and i ' suscitation and an Instructor for the r.lucation Department, both in metro i Utan and country...

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SOCCER COMPETITION TABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

SOCCER COMPETITION TABLE After last Saturday's results the first grade soccer competition table reads follows: Leichhardt. 12 Canterbury. 10 Granville. 9 Metters. 8 Corrimal. ó Woonona. 5 St. George. 5 Pyrmont. 3 North Shore. 3 Drummoyne. 2 Deferred games: Granville v North Shore; Corrimal v Metters and Can- terbury v Woonona.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

SOCCER Th much-discussed soccer match be- tween C.B. and Illawarra Districts took place lavt Sunday on Fairfield Park. A good crowd was in attendance and they ¿aw the round-ball game at its best. ' Amongst the visiting team were some distinguished players, such as Charlie Stewart who repped for Australia against South Africa, ali» E. Drain, another rep. player against South Africa, and last but not least, was L. Norman, cap- tain of the South Coast team and rep. for N.S.W. v South Africa. The first match, played by the Under 18 teams, showed that in these boys we have the makings of good players;. During the first half, the Illawarra team was the better tide as far as positional and combination play was concerned but the local boys kept plugging away and eventually Palmer scored, making it 1-0 at half-time. After lemons, the mawarra boys play- ed good soccer and it was .then that the crowd saw the S.D. goalie F. Hunt tiring off some marvellous saves. A penalty was awarded the visiti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION The executive meeting last Monday .:ight discussed the sub-branch's coming i° event of the year, the second annual all. A sub-committee was set up to -23ke all arrangements, but the appeal l> sent out to all members to co-operate with the committee to make this Legion :.vent a bigger success than last year. So be in it. OOo Another big event was also brought to light at the meeting. It appears the :tork is expected out Doug's way about August. Well Doug, we contacted Stork Celivery H.Qrs, but could not get a ontract, sc we arranged for a D.C. 38. After all, who ever heard of a horse who could fly? (aOo <JVJO I Big news for next meeting night, j item bomb expert Maxie is going to I £.rform. He left on Monday night with j hreats of a disastrous return, so be in il members. By the time the hon. sec. j ats off the floor, and the best seconder nis side of the burnt stump retires, ; Isxie should be ready to drop his hreatened bombshell, j OOo A fund within...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

THE HANDY STORE A, Carlton LACHLAN STREET, LIVERPOOL DELIVERS " c: r . rrrle-., Fruit and Vegetables, etc. FREE Phone your order to Liverpool 424 The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Pe«- Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, ; JT LIVERPOOL

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

(LIMERICK COMPETITION RESULT ( >í tile sixty-one endings to last week's limerick submitted by Tuesday morning, none were exactly correct. However, many entries were very near the mark and after consideration it lias been decided to award the prize to Miss E. Runciman, 69 Walder Road. Hammondville. Miss Runcimau's effort was: There was a young man from Salt Lakes, Whose teet were all bunions and aches, As he suffered and squirmed. To his friends he affirmed, IN FUTURE I'LL BUY SHOES FROM BLAKE'S. Right linc was "I should ALWAYS buy my shoes from I Blakes." ' Two tickets for the Regal Theatre have been posted to Miss j Runciman. YOU can win next week. Just add the last line to the following limerick and post to "The Leader" Liverpool. First correct one opened hy Tuesday morning gets the prize. There was once a young man from Gular Who icas passing /brough here in his ear, JV hen his engine went phut, He just murmured "tut-tut.

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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

HOCKEY Saturday's games were played in beau- tiful weather in Centennial Park. B Grade were at their top form and defeated Mosman 4-0, E. McCooey (2), M. Thorne and G. Murphy being the goal scorers. The locals were right on top from the start, Mosman only en- tering theil- circle on one occasion. This team should be at its best when it meets Glebe (the only other unbeaten team in the competition) at Moorebank on July 12th next. C Grade went down 1-0 to Randwick after a very rough, hard game. Size seemed to bs the deciding factor, oui boys being dwarfed beside the larger and older opponents. However, they showed plenty of skill and were really unlucky to be beaten. There will be no competition games this Saturday. The N.S.W. Carnival is being held at Cranbrook, all country and metropolitan teams competing. Moore bank-Liverpool is well represented Twelve juniors and one senior have been chosen to play in Metropolitan teams. They are: G. Murphy (seniors), D Rix, R. Stockton, H. Cullen,...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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FIRST IMPRESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

FIRST IMPRESSIONS THE TYPIST who was locked in the strong-room at the office of the Min- ister for Supply and Shipping, said she went in there to get tea and sugar to make morning tea. We know tea is rationed, but it seems to be carrying things too far to lock it up in the strong- room. OOo MR. SHOOBRIDGE, big chief of the Transport Department, has flown tc j England. Sydney's trams are enough to OOo A DRESSMAKER, of Victoria Street. Potts Point, was charged in the Traffic Court with having assaulted a tram con- ductor on a Bellevue Hill tram. Appar- ently the people at Potts PoiQt are fed up with the trams too.

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HILLVIEW WOMEN'S GUILD [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

HILLVIEW WOMEN'S GUILD The Hillview Women's Guild held a successful children's Fancy Dress Dance last Friday night, 6th June in Hillview Hall. The children were given a very good time with dancing and games, and nearly raised the roof with their render- ing of the Hoky T\>ky. The judges were Mrs. Hamer, and Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth, who had an un- enviable job in choosing between the many and varied costumes. Winners were: Best dressed girl, Mar- , garet Phillips; best dressed boy. George | Lamb. Most original boy, Arthur Lewis; most original girl, Miss Hanna. Cheap-, est costume for girl, Marguerite Dean; ] cheaest for boy, David Dean. Frises were awarded for winners of games and the box of chocolates was won by ticket 83. A good supper was served by the ladies of the Guild. We were very pleased to welcome the Rev. and Mrs. Meyer. The M.C. was Mrs. Clark, ably as- sisted by Mr. Frank Wheeler, and Mrs. Rod Stephens provided the music assist- ed by Mrs. Walmas. Mr. Ces. Scott kindly...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

MONSTER Ito ALA DAY SPORTS & RACE MEETING ALL IN ONE DÁY at The Oaks ATURDAYJUNE 14 1947 1 al! SPORTING EVENTS COM MENCE AT 10 30 A M * Proceeds to The Oaks Jockey Chili Improvement Fund ^ripUCAN S BOOTH Hot Lunch and Afternoon Tea obtainable on the ground. JlMlSSION TO GROUND: GENTS 4 6 (plus tax). LADIES 3/ (plus tax) SPECIAL PUSES LEAVE LIVERPOOL. 10 A.M. Kiíf THE OAKS JOCKEY CLUB a IAIN AND FANCY DRESS AND MASKED BALL TO FOLLOW SPORTS DAY AT THE OAKS ,J HALL, SATURDAY, 14th JUNE dicing 8 p.m. till 1 a.m. Extra Special Prizes for Fancy Dress. ' j DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL NIGHT. PUS LEAVES CAMDEN AT 7.45 p.m. ! r£ OMISSION PKICES (including supper): GENTS 3/ (Plus Tax). LADIES ll- (Plus Tax) ¡JJ CHILDREN. 1/ (Plus Tax) 5\- GWEN TEFFREE POPULAR ORCHESTRA an, , P- DUNCAN, Hon. Secretary. ,t L-l_ LADIES! to CONSULT MRS. HALL ep( -i at the Judith [ve Salon NI 220 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL for the lates' in i ALL PERMANENT WAVING AND TINTING 'Phone: UB 7857 FOR LOVELY HANDS be...

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

CANLEY rffiIGHTS CALLING There's been quite a bit of conjecture as to who is the author of this column. Well readers, all we can say is that it's not the one you think it ss. * * * Mrs. Le Masurier, having been away for a holiday has now returned looking flt and well. * * , » Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield are away on (the North Coast enjoying the good weather. * * * I We can't understand why people don't use a perfectly good footpath instead of muddy bush tracks . * * * I Saw Bob Tomsett's car yesterday. Last time it was blue-now it's a very soop eriah black. * * .<* ¡ Another apendicitis case this week, with Eva Peronchick taken to Auburn Hospital. They say getting an appendix out is no worse than having a tooth ! pulled these days-still, I think 111 take the tooth. * * * Understand that it's a very simple matter to have your clothes dry-cleaned at Canley Heights these days. * * * We are sorry to learn that young Shir- ley Gordon was rushed to hospital last Thursday with acute ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

Regal . THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 "Week-night sessions commence 7.3Q 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 depend upon public response, FRIDAY «nd SATURDAY June 13 and 14 Janies Mason and Margaret Lockwood in "A PLACE OF ONE'S OWN" John Wayne, Barry Fitzgerald Ian Hunter and Thomas Mitchell in "THE LONG VOYAGE HOME" (A) MONDAY and TUESDAY June 16 and 17 Al Jolson. Andree Leeds and Don Ameche in "SWANEE RIVER" (G) Tn Technicolor George Formby itt «<l DIDN'T DO IT* (A WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY June 18 and 19 "TWO MAIN" Features Myrna Loy and Don Ameche in "SO GOES MY LOVE" <G) Dennis Morgan. Jack Carson and Joan Leslie in 'TWO GUYS FROM MILWAUKEE" (C) COMING. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Olivia dc*. Haviland and Rav Mill and in "THE WELL-GROOMr* ED BRIDE" also Eric Portman Sn "WANTED FOR MURDER" DANCE PRESTONS FRIDAY, 13th JUN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

BAILE Y9S GENERAL STORE 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD CANLEY VALE 12 inch GALVANISED BUCKETS 4/3 40 puce GOLD EDGE UTILITY SERVICElThur ALUMINIUM DOUBLE SAUCEPANS 19/11 for £5/5/4" 4 pint STREAMLINED WHISTLING IO in 1 BICYCLE SPANNERS 2/3 , KETTLES .19/U! AGENTS FOR BERGER'S AND TAYLOR'S PAINTS ENAMEL AND VARNISHES it WE DELIVER FREE. PHONE: UB1564 TUCK SHOP THE SCHOOL Soft Drinks. Ice Cream. Con- fectionery. Milk Bar. Milk Shakes and Drinks, onlv 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Cut Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgnods Tobacco and Cigarettes. Stationery. Groceries. Phone UB7680 CAMELIA FLORIST 34 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL (Mrs- Trapman) and at Mrs. MCDONALD'S, 74 Terminus St.. Liverpool CUT 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 Delicióos, Oven-ircah . . . PIES, CAKES and PASTRY Dea! fmm L. A. DEBENHAM 227 M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

PUBLIC NOTICES CARNIVAL and, BARBECUE LUDDENHAM HALL FRIDAYS «Hi SATURDAY June 13 and 14 Well-lighted grounds. Games. Competitions Come .and see THE PIG COOKED Dane;- and Barbecue Saturday Nrçjhi Admission: Dance, 1/ Barbecue, 1 - FRIDAY, FREE V. Barton, Hon. Sec Luddenham Progress Association. CHEVROLET UTILITIES Perfect for Business or Leisure Chevrolel leads again with a range of smart neu IS cwt. Utilities featuring the strength and efficiency needed for capacity delivery work plus the passenger car comfort you want for leisure. Greatly increased engine power with greater economy are featured in these new Chevrolet Utilities -the ideal dual-purpose units. Hume Highway (next P.O.) liverpool. UB7661 Chevrolet Tracks and Utilities. Chevrolet and Pontiac Cars. CD.15 A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT \ LIGHT AS A FEATHER ± BLUE RIBBON 1 I CAKES AND SPONGES ç The cuslumers who keep coming hack are our best salesmen. ¡J X See the I BLUE RIBBON CAKE SHOP j X Macquarie Street, Liverpool j i FOR Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

WEDDING BREAKFASTS cATFnnn FOR TN PUULÏC HALL? CONSULT DILLINGER'S. Caterer* 52 Station Road, AUBURN .ono 17 X 1)41? . i

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THE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

THE COURTS At Liverpool Polioe Court ou Thurs- day last, A. Bosnjack of Bibby's Road, Bonny Rigg, was fined £5 and costs for using water not registered by the meter on his property between October 1946 and January this year. It was stated foi the Water Board that Bosnjack had got a bill for £00 which he considered too much. He had gone in and com- plained about it. Later an inspector, found thar, thu meter on his property I had been reversed. * * * Arising out of a brawl at Cabramatta Station on Saturday last. Walter Sulli- van 26 and Kevin Ren shaw Kerr 24, appeared at Liverpool Polioe Court on Monday last charged with offensive be- haviour and Athol Henry Madgwick, 32. with using Indecent language. They all entered pleas of guilty. Const. Schwataer stated that at about I fi.30 p.m. on 7th May he saw the de-1 fendants engaged in a brawl at the rail- way station. He told them to go home and they went off in different dlrec-1 tions. Later, about 7 p.m. th?y met again and commenced an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

THE BARGAIN SHOP CANLEY VALE ir MEN S COLORED SOCKS, 5/- per pair jr MEN'S WORK SOCKS, in colours. 4/9 pear pair .it CHILD'S CARDIGANS. Colored 6/. each ir GIRLS' MILANESE BLOOMERS 2/1U pa'r buy at THE BARGAIN SHOP Under New Management MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionery Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor Lottery ticket Agejncy AUSTRALIAN LEGION OF EX-SERVICEMEN AND 1< V WOMEN Liverpool and District Sub-Branch JsWsW SECOND ANNUAL ^» CABARET BALL I in the LIVERPOOL TOW[N HALL, on I 'à WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 1947 I I Paradance Orchestra, Tickets 10/6 fl Reservations, Liv. 598 and UB7685 I CASULA JOINERY WORKS 1 ff. (V. Millard. Prop. ALL CLASSES OF BUILDING MATERIAL | I j AU Machining for the Tracie : * 4-HEADER WORK ? SANDING ' I Sand * FLOORING ? DOVE-TAILING I TVM r I".t^-llllllll ????»?111 WI IIIIWBIIM HIM BMI- I I KULL Miss MERLE KEYES C wishes to announce I ] that in addition lo \v:r usual Services. Clients will now he able 1 .] ...

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N.S.W ROAD SAFETY COUNCIL LIVERPOOL BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

NS.W ROAD SAFETY COUNCIL LIVERPOOL BRANCH To all parents and citizens of Liver- pool and District. Do you know: (a) That during the past year 14 people of your district have been killed in road accidents and 46 injured-many seriously. i (b) That most accidents which caused these casualties were preventable. (c) That no child of Liverpool School has been injured on the way home j for over three years. , (d) That your children are helping to prevent accidents by supporting the activities of a splendid"''branch ot the Road Safety Council which func- tions at the school. This junior branch has taught all its members the rules of the road, dis- tributes a special paper to each member which keeps them acquainted with bet- ter ways of helping themselves and others, runs a Safety Patrol which en- sures that your children cross all roads from school in perfect safety and ar- ranges for visits of friendly Police Officers who give most helpful lectures. Are you sure that you are as well i equi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

lire» pmk WwMinti NOTTS GENERAL STORE (Inside the Gate») JUT Groceries, Hardware, and Haberdashery. Kerosene and Methylated Spirits. IR ORDER DELIVERED FREE Just inside the Gato (GREAVES PARK BULL READ F AMIL» BUTCHERS "Quality" Our Motto Why Travel Farther and Fare Worse ? IS YOUR RADIO SICK ? conduit THE RADIO HOSPITAL HARGREAVES PARK (Right at the Gales) j Jugs, Irons, Toasters. Radnatort Radios, etc Sold and Serviced -^r Confectionery WHY GO TO TOWN ? O'NEILL'S HARGREAVES PARK STORE is Right nt Your Door -jr Sniallgoods ^ Soft Drinks ^ Fruit and Vegetables Full Postal Facilities WHEATLEY'S HÏGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Best Workmanship. Try ns also for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS Soli'! l.ea;iuT Attache Cases. ^ St Jul Leather Cladston Mags .jr Sui cases. School Cases WHEATLEY'S 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7826 ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-ViBil LIVERPOOL'S! LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next MalnabrldffM) Has in stock all the popular Tob...

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