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PAYING TRIBUTE TO FALLEN HEROES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

"^PÄYWG TRIBUTE TO * FALLEN HEROES Por more than twenty years Legacy ! has cared for the widows and orphans of fighting men of all services. St ar led by a small band of ex-servicemcn. under the leadership of the late Sir John Gelli- brand, today Legacy girdles the Con- tinent. Wherever the need arises Legacy ia there to meet it. In N.S.W. there are Legacy Clubs at Sydney, Newcastle, Goulburn, Wagga, Canberra, Albury and Queanbeyan. In addition there are ten contact groups and thirty personal con- tacts at cardinal points throughout the State. For every child of a deceased service- man, whether he was killed on Active Service or dies subsequently, after his return to civilian life. Legacy provides complete moral, spiritual and physical care. Members of Legacy, all ex-service- men themselves, become, in the truest sense of the term, foster-parents to the children of their former comrades. They work voluntarily and. as far as the general public is concerned, anony- mously. Arnon?; the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

IN MEMORIAM CATERSON — In loving memory of our dear brother and brother-in-law, NX- 29443, Kenneth Reginald Caterson, who died while prisoner of War at Sandakan, North Borneo, 13th June, 1945. Always remembered by Roy and Joyce. RETURN THANKS CHILDS — Mrs. S. J. Childs and daugh- ters of Liverpool, sincerely thank rela- tives, friends and neighbours for floral tributes and kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment. Also Dr. McDonald and staff of the Liverpool Hospital. Please ac- cept this as personal thanks.

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

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First 231 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7873 NOTE FOR TOP PR|CES AND SATISFACTION I' Consign your POULTRY to UVERPOOL 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, ali makes in stock. Liverpool Service Station (opp. Collingwood Hotel). WHEN SHE SAY.'i . *fcS' go to Weir and Oreen for the ring. Many, beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. ROUND MAPLE D.R. Table, cabriole legs, perfect condition. Yours for £8$. Roneff Traders, Fairview St., Cabramatta. UB1036. DRUMS, S to 80 galls.; Iron, Sat or corrugated, downpipe and guttering; fuel stoves, bicycles, boys or girls. H. Kegg, 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. BAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240v. 3000 watt, crear" and green, £16/10/ lmmediate delivery. Shèardown and Bushel, Macquarie St. Liverpool. FLOOR PO...

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IN THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

IN THE GARDEN] By Geo. Cooper ] FOR those home gaidenene who [ pose to piaat a tew deciduous fruit f^*" this year, a word of advice may O|BBIBBI some assistance. ¡ When planting, the trees should be j in slightly deeper than they were- J the nursery. Any damaged roots sta be cleanly cut with a sharp knife. 1 best to lay the longest and stroll; root in the direction irom which arongtst winds come, so as to give possible support to the young tr IJ Alter planting, tread the ground carel «V\ xuliy lound the tree. About six weeks after planting, tree should be cut well back, each bra'; to within a foot or so of the main sUf taking care to cut above a bud thai pointing upward and outward. Thif really important, as according to \ -iiection oí the young shoota so will - ¿nape of the tree-to-be. be made : marred. The object of pruning the tree is the proper regulation of the brancha' as to encourage the production of bgaaaai ¿oms and the maturing of heavy cii_ I of iruit. If the pruning is t...

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

?M » » fr » » »»»»»»fe »»»»»»»«i TQüAurr Oar Motto i, J !/ 33 V' THE v; O CHOICEST FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Only L. BILLETT Scott St, LIVERPOOL WHEELERS SEE OUR POTTERY DISPLAY USE OUR LAY-BY FOR XMAS G. COOPER ifor CUT FLOWERS, SHRUBS, SEED GS, SEEDS and FERTILISERS G. COOPER, Florist i «03 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL -/MILLER'S J DELICATESSAN * Scott St. (opp. Fire Station) ^' LIVERPOOL i J For AU Your Smallgoode tice Ltn Dressed PouTtry a Specially Phone UB7838 atones DRYCLEANERS . Liverpool : )n , MISS HOUGH 187 Macquarie Street j ll " ^1 Cabramatta: Mrs. GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station *X~X~X-X~X~X~XKK~XKKK«*«X"; ; j ? N.R.M. A. * :: 6 ; LIVERPOOL District Depot : M Barrett's ;j COLLINGWOOD GARAGE GENERAL ENGINEERS Panel Beating, Duco Spraying]; Authorised Inspection Station" Phone Liv. 317 Ü ¡JT ^:-X-X«X-X»K~XK^X~X^XW . The Collingwood i HOTEL 15 HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL f se*! .'" À LOOK IN ON THE LOUNGE f r**, CO'rY COMFORT WITH SMOOTH S^VICF <. I . A CULLJ2ANG&OE...

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PENSIONERS' PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

PENSIONERS' PICNIC LIVERPOOL BRANCH of the Unitet <w¿u-Age and Invalid Pensioners' Asso- ciation held a very enjoyable picnic on vveaiiesday, 29th May at the home o£ Hie ¿ranch treasurer, Mrs. Loughnan at .loxton Park. There was a goodly at endance and all enjoyed a most happy .ay. A nice luncheon was served on the iunny and spacious verandahs, after .mica there were games and races for .»cth young and old. Resulis : Hitting the wicket, Ladies, .vlis. Greenwood, gentlemen, Mr. Pifchere. butting tail on pig. Ladies, Mrs. Bud- den; gents, Mr. A. Smith. Girls' foot- race, June Simms and Mary Smith; boys ¿ootrace, Ern. Twindley. Tiny tots race. Jessie and Florence Budgen (twins) .nd Pat Simms. During the afternoon a cricket match | ?vas played between Cabra-Vale and ' liverpool pensioners. When stumps were j ^rawn ai afternoon tea. Liverpool was i mading by 30 runs. i After ait-c-rnoon tea prizes were pre I rented to winners. Mrs. Huntress in a 1 rew well-chosen words thanked...

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

COLE'S lllllllllllilliillillli«ll!iiilii!i]|iliiilli:mlliliiiiiiiii'iiillliiiiii'litiiiiiimilHilllllni GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND OF WINE SOLD BY THE BOTTLE OR IN ASSORTED DOZENS WITH RUM. BRANDY, WHISKY, GIN, Etc , AND LIQUER5. * FREE DELIVERY ?sr ir SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SER VOCE ir COMPLETE ENGINE RECONDITION- ING. ir BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION. ir LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES, OILS, AND GREASES. EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL G. K. H UM PH RVS. Authorised Inspec'flon Station A.M'l.A.M R.. I» ri)]). J. ROWELL I HAULAGE I CONTRACTOR I REMOVALS I PARCEL DELIVERY i Sand, Ashes, Soil, Metal, etc. I Promptly Supplied I 'Phone Liv. 34 ? !_;_._ J FOLLOW THE CROWDS . . C. R. TEBB I FAMILY BUTCHER I 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool I Ashcroft's QUALITY MEAT § at Ruling Prices. I Phone UB786r MORRISON'S CORNER Canley Vale UB1413 P...

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SPORTING ROUND- UP RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" C GRADE v PARRAMATTA SOUTH at Parramatta, Saturday, 7th June [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 June 1947

[SPORTING ROUND - UP RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" C GRADE v PARRAMATTA SOUTH at Parramatta, Saturday, 7th June Parramatta kicked off. and Liverpool rushed play into Parramatta half, but sclid tackling prevented a score. Liver- pool continued to attack and a nice movement with six men handling saw the big winger Cooper go over in the: corner. Tindal missed the kick. Liver- pool were continually in the opposite half and half-time saw the score 3-0. The second spell saw Parramatta win- ning the ball but the Liverpool defence stood, and every attack ended with Par- ramatta players on the ground. Parra- matta were unlucHy on several occa- sions to miss a score, but too much can- not be said for the solid tackling of the viiitors. Late in the game Coles cut through well, to be pulled down inches from the line. Starr, the flying winger, was cellared when he looked over. The final whistle saw the score: Liver- pool 3, Parramatta Nil. j B GR A DK v ROSEHILL at Liverpool ' Suniay, 8th June ~ I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

TUCKFIELD & PHILLIPS 146 Cabramatta Road (Opp. Cinema) FRESH FISH ¡Mor.days.to Friday.1:, inclusive, ll a.m. to 1.30 p.m. 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Closed on Saturdays. PROFESSIONAL COLLINGWOOD Í PRIVATE HOSPITAL t 6 CHRISTIE ST., LIVERPOOL' AIL Obsf'-ric indoor and outdoor cases attended. ' SISTERS FLOYD and . GAELAN)) Obst. A T N A. Thone Liv. IB* HOME PLANS ft SPECIFICATIONS ROYS. TURTON Architectural Draughtsman Macquarie Chambers, 61 Macquarie Str. Parramatta. 9 a.m, to 5 p.m. dally. UW7703. Private: 14 Albert St* Parramatta. UW9802 WILLIAM A. STEEL I SOLICITOR 231 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL and MTTTOOF Building 185 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY 'Phone: M 3308 MAURICE F. COLREAVY LL.B. Solicitor Gl BATHURST ST., LIVERPOOL and at, Third Floor, Wingello House, Angel Place, Sydney. .Phone: B 1724 LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR (Commissioner for Äff ts. N.S.W. and Victoria) RAILWAY PARADE. CABRAMATTA UB 1710 And Twyford House, 17 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. B4408. Resuming Practice after Milit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

"NEWPRO" CHICK EQUIPMENT for* Economy *N*wprt>" Popular li-«all. Sleeve Drinker. Can be filled on thc ground and carried by the handle. P/G each F.O.R. Sydney "New-pro" 151b. elf-feeding Hopper with rat-proof cover °avcs time and no feed wastage. r e each. F.O.R. Sydney N S W| PRODUCE CO Pty Ltöt Scott St., Liverpool

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RUGBY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

RUGBY LEAGUE -« -9 President O'Malley and Secretary auggless must have been tired but happy and proud men when they surveyed the íesults of the Jacky Noakes benefit foot- ball on Sunday last. The weather man smiled benignly and the proceeds will be approximately £70. Cabramatta Football Club eat nea full marked for their co- operation . Bid Barry blew D Grade on at 11.30. McArthur made a nice try for Muirhead to score in the first half. Green's kick' missed and the half-time score was 3-0: A glorious try by Green saw the five eight pass to Green to Starr for Green so cross. Ervin misisd the kick and the íull-time score was 6-0. C Grade was refereed by Bill Smith and half-time saw Liverpool down 3-0. Rallying well alter lemons, Carr, Hob- bins and Cowan scored good tries, Tindle converting and the full-time score was 11-3 for Liverppol. Dave Gold had charge of the B grade match and a penalty by Penny had Liverpool in the lead 2-0, to be followed shortly afterwards by a try by Goldfin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

GROCERS CONEECTIONEBSy HARDWARE MERCHANTS X ROSE'S GENERAL STORES 368 Hame Highway * LIVERPOOL I At the Mill Road and Hoxton FarkX Road Junction. ï HAM AND BEEP, FRUIT AND % VEGETABLES * :; MISS CLARKE < ¡ J (Late Bverahed's) ¡ \ ' >' MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL;| ¡ ¡ QUALITY BLOCK CAKE <? AND SPONGE ; ' I ICE CREAM aod CONFECTIONERY - HOTEL HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL LOOK IN ON THE LOUNGE COSY COMFORT WITH SMOOTH SERVICE A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST LIQUORS AND LIQUEURS one Liv. 5. J... Mandeln, Licensee

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

. ' ' " * " - » - - - é. ... . r v,_^_._^_ ¡i CABRAMATTA Furniture Suterooms (RIGHT OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) I THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS ! 3 píecei Modern Oak Bedroom Suite, consisting of wardrobe 3 drawer dressing table and lowboy £12/10/0 Single Wrrdrobe, befoeUejd' mirror £3/19/6 Solid Maple 4ft. Wardrobe £5/19/6. TWO EXTRA SPECIAL 1 OFFERS in Dining Room and Kiïchen Settings, as follows: Late»t Diningroom Setting, j consisting of low back side j bosrd, refectory tablet, and dining chata compïete, for £14/19 6 Kitchen Setting, consisting of 4ft 6in. bow front kuchen cabinet, refractory table and four chzirs, complete for £16/10/ 4ft. 6in. Oak Beds'ead. and good) wire . 35/0 Double Heavy Kpok Mat- tress £2 19/6 Large Oak Lowboy, for £7/19 6 . Pol IT he d'. 3 drawer Dressing T.'bh £2/19/6 Drep back Settee, good cush- ions £2/19/6 3 piece Lounge Suite, good order £13 10 Single Maple Bedstead) and wire £1/9/6 Good clean Kapok Bedding ! for . . . . 25/ I_ EXTRA OFFER in Three j j quarter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

Better than Mother used to make. NANCY'S CAKES SCOTT STREET (near Railway), LIVERPOOL * SPONGES if FRUIT CAKE + CHOCOLATE CAKE * CHERRY CAKE ORANGE, RAINBOW AND COFFEE CAKES Chocolate Eclairs, 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 J Phone UB787Q Í --- GRANVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD GRANVILLE COWS. HORSES, and OTHER ANIMALS attended to DAY or NIGHT. UL2579 Telephone UU1037 E. ROBERTS, R.VJ5. by Exam R W BOWEN, B V Sc Parramatta Branch, UW6502 SAVE TIME! When m a hurry there's a sure and safe way GO BY TAXI CALL UB 7880 24 HOURS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. Weddings, Parties, Fmerals, etc- specially catered for Td : UB7863 LIVERPOOL TAXI SERVICE L. RAW, Proprietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

Under New Management j MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR EB. SCOTT (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionery Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor ! Lottery ticket Agejncy THE HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Thc Main Hotel in the Main Street of one of the Main Towns of the South. OUR MAIN ADVANTAGES Hot and Cold Water in every room. Spacious Dining room and Lounges. GUESTS RECEIVE BEST OF ATTENTION. Telephone, UB 7840 I CULTIVATING ROTARY HOE CONTRACT WORK BOOK NOW. TELEPHONE, AUSTRAL 8. Hoeing done in Austral, Hoxton Park, West Hoxton, Rossmore Leppington, Bringelly and surrounding districts. C. CRAIK FOURTH AVENUE AUSTRAL AUSTRALIAN LEGION OF EX-SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN Liverpool and District Sub-Branch SECOND ANNUAL CABARET BALL in the LIVERPOOL TOWJN HALL, on WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 1947 ' Paradance Orchestra. Tickets 10^6 Reservations, Liv. 598 and UB7685 CASULA JOINERY WORKS If. O'. Millard. I'rop. ALL CLASSES OF BUILDING MATERIAL All Machining for the Trade ? 4-HEADER WORK ? SANDING ? FLOORING * DOVE-TAILING ...

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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION The monthly general meeting of the Liverpool sub-branch was heia in the Protestant Hall on Thursday night last, rne attendance was good, several new members being present. After business was attended to an hour of Harmony was enjoyed by all in spite of the cold night. Several new activities of the sub- branch were discussed with encouraging results. More will be known and cecided about these functions at a future date. A large bulky figure was noticed going around the sign boards along the main roads during the wee small hours of the (morning these last few days. Rumor has lt that a three-foot rule is seen being used and a hoarse voice remarking ' 2ft x 2ft 6in or 10ft x 8ft-I don't mind which" is heard. Rumor also asks : what I time was the baby fed last meeting night, Max? Legion membsrs at Hargreave Park and Warwick Farm-How about coming along one night and joining in the Har- mony Hour? If you cannot get to the meetings and you have a problem, con- tact the ho...

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LIVERPOOL AMATEUR CYCLING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

LIVERPOOL AMATEUR CYCLING CLUB The above club held a 14-mile handi- cap on Sunday afternoon, starting: at 3.30 p.m. All riders were in form and showed improvement on last week's ride. The surprise of the race was D. Stanton, who finished second. This rider has im- proved out of sight since his first few rides. Result: M. Hibbert (3m) 1; D. Stan- ton (8m) 2; P. Trapman (3¿m) 3. K. Ferrington (scr) and M. Hibbert shared fastest time, 41m. The club is still looking for new mem- bers and all who wish to join may do so by contacting Ken or Lin Ferrington. "The Rider."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

LADIES ! CONSULT MRS. HALL at the Judith Eve Salon 220 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL j for the late»': in I ALL PERMANENT WAVING AND TINTING 'Phone: UB 7857

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

:: FOR LOVELY HANDS I always we . f RAYMUR j '.[BAUD CREAM 1/-: ¡A. T MURRAY \ MPS. ; ; X Chem * UB7642 | y .sslB«a»a»«a»«alB»^SB^BSB*a»B»M WANTED! "JUNE BRIDES" to call and see our 3ROOM SCHEME from £99/18/6 Cash, Terms, or Lay-by GEO. PURDUE 97 ARGYLE STREET. (Opp. Parramatta Station) Also 150 CHURCH STREET. UW9075 SMALLGOODS. DELICACIES Fresh Dally-City Priced at J . KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New CAMBRIDGE Smallgoods. Tobacco and Cigarettes, SanAwlofcM rhone UB7624 I MURRAY'S Ü ! BREAD i W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing and General Srmthing. A tradesman's job guaranteed. WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: UB7623 "SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 Scott Street, Liverpool Phone UB7BM FOR ALL WREATHS, 8PRAY8 BOUQUETS Norma Bray, Florist ' For AU Classe* of FLORAL ART \ CLARICE HOCOqf % 1*7 Mawurla 9t.+ i LIVERPOOL ? Phone UB7818 AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright. B.V.B*. (Sydney University) R T. Ro<km, B.V.Se. (Syd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

BAtLEY'S 204 CANLEY VALE RD., CANLEY VALE GROCERIES, HARDWARE BERGER'S AND TAYLOR'S PAINTS, B4c PHONE UBI 564 AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN OWLY ALL THESE SOUGHT AFTER LINES NOW IN STOCK WRITING PADS SMALL, LARGE AND GIANT EXERCISE BOOKS POCKET AND REPORTERS NOTEBOOKS BLOTTERS PENCIL CASES RULERS RUBBERS CRAYONS PAINTS CHALK PEN HOLDERS, and NIBS PENCILS PASTE and MUCILAGE SMALL pud) LARGE DRAWING BOOKS INK PLASTICINE TUCK SHOP THE SCHOOL Soft Drinks, Icc 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 Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. S ta ii on er y. 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. THONE: LIV. 325. TOM SHARPE for P.UIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Supplies Daily 0/ MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL wotto: Quality and Servic...

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