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

GOSSIP Mrs. T. A. Haerse of Orange Grove ! Road, Liverpool, has had the company of Miss Nell Hergenham of Bega during her recent illness. * * * Dr. T. R. Tripp commenced prac- tice in the old Medical Quarters at Har greave Park on Tuesday. This will be welcome news to residents generally. * * . A Victory Social is being held in Cab- ramatta Town Hall tonight by Labor adherents. It is expected that the Prem- ier, Hon. J. J. McGirr. Mr. Lazzarini and other successful candidates will at- tend. * * * The C.W.A. Rest Room, opened yes- terday in the R.S.L. Clubroom opposite the Liverpool Post Office will in future be open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday inclusive. Th« rest-room will not open on Mondays. * * * Longfield Street (Cabra) residents a« tickled pink to be getting cement paths at last. Eut why only one side they ask.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

K fl fl »>V Our Motto % THE J CHOICEST FRUITS £ AND VEGETABLES J Only £ t. BILLETT I Scott St., LIVERPOOL $ WHEELERS SAGO 1/4 lb. BACON RASHERS 1/10 lb MILKING BUCKETS 2/9 each G. COOPER M- CDT FLOWERS, SHRUBS, SEED- INGS, SEEDS and FERTILISERS G. COOPER, Florist ¡ 203 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL UB 7810 MILLER'S ; DELICATESSAN i Scott St. (opp. Fire Stat jon) 5 LIVERPOOL j Tor All Your Smallgoods u - Dressed Poultry a Specialty^ Phone UB7838 .ff.UL , - ??,-, .., - -_. Wones IRYCLEANERS I i liverpool: USS HOUGH. 187 Macquarie Street i ÎCabramatta: . GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station ? N.R.M.A.* I r x LIVERPOOL $ I X I District Depot | M Barrett's jj OLLINGWOODI GARAGE I GENERAL ENGINEERS | : «el Beating Duco Spraying {. s _ y i thosrisedr Inspection Station A I Phone liv. 31? X

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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

GOLF ASSOCIATES ! Saturday, 7th June. - First round Lovejoy Trophy and L.G.U. Medal. Stroke: Miss B. Cox 79, Mrs. Watts 79, Mrs. Crowe 82, Mrs. J. Russell 82. Third round Knock-out: Miss Sweik ert defeated Miss Randell, Miss Vamey d. Mrs. Watts, Miss P. Williams d. Mrs. Andrews, Miss B. Cox d. Mrs. Andrews, Miss B. Battye d. Mrs. Stan bury, Mrs. Crowe d. Miss S. Williams, Mrs. Williams d. Mrs. Mumberson. Saturday, 14th June.-Stableford: Misa Sullivan, 21 points; Mrs. J. Russell, 20; Mrs. Thorne 17. June 15th.-Mixed Canadian Pour domes. N. Pritchard anl G. Walker Trophies: E. White and Miss B. Ker shler 65, J. Garard and Miss Johnson 67, J. Stewart and Miss L. Battye 68.

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

HOCKEY Competition games will be continued this Saturday. Both teams will play on the Military Oval. B Grade meets Can terbury-Bankstown at 3.30 and C Grade meets YMCA at 2 p.m. The lattei team are requested to play in white shirts to avoid similarity in colors. C Grade team is as follows: J. Blundell, K. Kidd, K. Grimson, R. Light, R. Burt, P. Deadman, J. Cameron, R. Thorne, K. Ward, R. Stockton, D. Rix. Reserves: C. Reeves; F. Hubbard goal. B Grade team: T. Johnson, W. Owen G. Stockton, A. Reeves, G. Murphy, A. Stockton, R. Goldfinch, D. Ash, E. McCooey. B. Cullen, A. Owen, O. Cam- eron. F. Stockton reserve.

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

CYCLING (By "THE BIDER") The Liverpool Amateur Cycling Club held its weekly race on Sunday after- noon, 8th June. The race started with a small attendance but it is to be hoped that the other members will attend next week's race. The 12 mile handicap start el at 2.45 p.m. with D. Stanton on the limit mark (8 mins), followed by G. Cooper and B. Jones (7m), then M. Hibbert (6mj. Next to go was P. Trap man (bm) with K. Ferrington on scr. All riders rode a good race and show- ed signs of becoming good riders in the near future. The winner* M. Hibbert. made a grand effort, to win easily from P. Trapman with a very close finish for third between C. Cooper and K. Fer- rington with C. Cooper getting 3rd and K. Ferrington fastest time, 34m. Members of the L.A.C.C. are in- vited to attend training nights, Tues- day, Wednesday and Thursday, meeting at the Liverpool P.O. al 7.45 p.m. The club is still inviting new riders to join by seeing K. Ferrington or P. Trapman. * * * Custom may lead a man...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL BOY SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

LIVERPOOL BOY SCOUTS The monthly meelina of the Com- mittee was held in the Scouts' Hall on 10th inst. Mr. Mison occupied the chair. Although the night was cold, a good attendance was present. Amongst many other items oí busi- ness that was dealt with was the pur- chase of two flags for the use of the Cubs and Scouts, as it was considered that these were essential in the train- ing of the boys in being loyal to their King and Country, which is part cf the promise a boy makes upon joining the Association and re-affirms yearly. The secretary reported that the dance held in Liverpool Town Hall was a great (Success, botai financially and socially. Members of the Rover Crew rendered good service in controlling the door, cloak room, etc, thus carrying out their motto of "Service." The next meeting to be held in July .will be the annual meeting when the temporary officers will be declared vacant and a new executive will be ap- pointed for the ensuing twelve months.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

IN THE GARDEN ßy Uoo. Looper NOW that Rose Planting time is here a few hints on planting and after-care nay be of great assistance to the novice. The preparation of the ground is of first importance so be sure ic dig ii the same depth all over. Uris should in- clude paths separating me beds ii at ill possible. There ii: no necessity to dig ihe ground too deep sa long as there is good drainage. rtbuu.. sixteen inches wculd be ample. Wnen planting do not use animal manure ol' any sort but minus in Hie form of decayed leaves and other vegetable niaiuv, such as vduss and top couple ol inches ol' grass lana incorporated in the seil should bring it to a proper tilth. At this stage also a very literal dicss ing of bone dust turned in deeply will be a source ol' nourishment as the roots .eacn cut .n their sciui lei t.oa. Wnen placing the plants see Lhere are no oroken roots and ii any are noticed they ¿houid be cleanly cut. The hole should only be as wide and deep as is neces- sary to place...

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

%OLETS -??a.llllllllllllliilililllllllfttiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiillllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiillliiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiin j 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 LIQUERS. * FREE DELIVERY -FOLLOW THE CROWDS . . C R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool ' AshcrolVs QUALITY MEAT ! at Ruling. Prices. Phone UB786S j THE HANDY STORE A. Carlton LACHLAN STREET, ; LIVERPOOL DELIVERS Yon'-Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables, etc. FREE Phone your order to Liverpool 424 The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop INo Deposit. 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL WHEATLEYS UGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Best Workmanship. Try us also for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS f Solid Leather Attache Cases, f Solid Leather Gladston Bags f Suitcases, f School Cases. WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7826 UST INSIDE THE GATES HARGREAV...

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

if SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVCE if COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ING. if BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION if LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES, OILS, AND GREASES. EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL ( ¡ I ULM I'M RVS. \ M Authorised Inspection Station M I mp. LET CULLEN'S OUOTE For your next job of I DUCOING & DULUXING Craftsmanship with Economy ALL MOTOR REPAIRS. GENERAL ENGINEERING PAT CULLEN HUME HIGHWAY AND PIRIE STREET, LIVERPOOL I UB781S i DELICIOUS MEAT PIES, from AUNTY'S CAFE (J A. Isaac, Proprietor) CROSSROADS, LIVERPOOL ; SUNDAY SPECIAL - POULTRY DINNERS j Hot and Cold Lunches, Sandwiches, etc. FOR LOVELY HANDS always use I "RAYMUR" HAND CREAM j Just 1/ bottle I A. T. MURRAY Cily Price Chemists | LIVERPOOL. UB7642 I I Liverpool-Parramatta Co-operative Building Society Ltd. ! ? HAS £100.000 .\* Available for people who desire to buy or build their own homes 'X . Interest 4%. X X . Repayments less than rent sp...

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

I IS YOUR RADIO SICK ? consult THE RADIO HOSPITAL HARGREAVES PARK (Right at the Gates) Jugs, Irons, Toasters, Radiators Radios, etc Sold and Serviced WHY GO TO TOWN ? O'NEILLS HARGREAVES PARK STORE is Right at Your Door ?jç Smallgoods if Soft Drinks if Fruit and Vegetables if Confectionery Full Postal Facilities Hargreaves Park Residents come to KNOTTS GENERAL STORE (Inside the Gates) For your Groceries, Hardware, and Haberdashery'. Bulk Kerosene and Methylated Spirits. YOUR ORDER DELIVERED FREE

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

from iignf deliveries ro the toughest' heavy outy job Chevrolet presents a truck cr utility that will do the job more efficiently and more economically. Among the outstanding advancements is an improved 6-cylinder overhead valve engine greatly increased in Dower, vet with lower runnina cast than sw» h»fn» CHEVROLET TRUCKS & UTILITIES , PRODUCTS OF GENERAL MOTORS A, C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O.) Liverpool. UB766I Chevrolet Tracks and Utilities. Chevro let and Pontiac Cars.

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

THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: U147608 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 depend upon public response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY June 20 and 21 Olivia de Haviland and Rav Miliand in "THE WELL GROOMED BRIDE" <G) Also Eric Portman in ««WANTED FOR MURDER" Both Films 'Main' Features MONDAY andi TUESDAY Juno 23 and 24 Cornel Wilde and Evelyn Keyes in "1001 NIGHTS" (G) In Technicolor Also Richard Travis in "TRUCK BUSTERS" (A) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY June 25 and 26 Twto "Main" Features Dan Duryea in "WHITE TIE AND TAILS" <A) Also'Gail Russell, Adolphe Menjuu and Ann Dvorak in 'BACHELOR'S DAUGHTERS' (G) COMING FRIDAY and SATURDAY Rosalind Russell and Alexander Knox in .SISTER KENNY" also j Warner Baxter in "CR KM li j DOCTOR'S MANHUNT" I MEN'S SLIPPERS Check Felt, buckle boote 12/9 Brown Felt Alberts.1...

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

SOCCER The general meeking of the Southern Districts Soccer Association was held at School of Arts, Fairfield, on Monday 9th. Business discussed was the forthcoming matches, Possible v Probable, to choose an Under 21 rep. team, these games to be played on Fairfield OVal. The president (Mr. J. Brown) wel- comed a . new club, Hannafords, from Cabramatta, to the Association, and al- though this club is late for the com- petition it will enter the K.O. Comp. The hon. secretary, B. Gadny, spoke of the co-cperatioh given by the Iieader, and remarked that as this paper cir- culated within the boundaries covered by the Association, soccer fans should rally together and form teams to repre- sent their districts in the Association Competitions next year. The Association also appeals to those who are interested in the code to offer their services on the Selection Board, Pretest and Disputes Committee, also the .Referees' Association, whose fee is 11/ a match, and meetings are held every Monday...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

' SHOP LOCALLY Becautu IT IS EASIER CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosper, that Prosper^ is reflected in More Local Employment. Brighter Premises. Enhanced Prestige for Your Town. Let THE LEADER be Your Buying Guide. BUY LOCALLY FROM 'LEADER* ADVERTISERS. Choice Smallgoods ALWAYS FEESH-If you shop at RADFORD'S ll 15 John Street, Cabramatta TJB 1617 For your Cakes and Pastry ALWAYS OVEN-FRESH D. MATHIESON OPPOSITE BUS STOP and STATION " Cabramatta "FUEL FUEL" WOOD . . . COAL . . . COKE PROMPT DELIVERY GENERAL CARRYING. Any*.*-*, Atty. «M. Contact: GOULD and SAURXNE OpportV pH« Office. CABRAMATTA FOR THAT OVERSEAS PARCEL we can supply TINNED DRIPPING, CHEESE, PASTRY MIXTURE Good Stocks of BAR SOAP, MARGARINE, PEGS, WOOD AND PLASTIC. + GLASS OR PLASTIC CUPS ANL SAUCERS ^ Double Aluminium Steamers, only . IS/ll j F. F. COOPER 27 HILL STREET CABRAMATTA PHONE UB1693 THE WHOLE TOWN'S l ALKiNG LATELY -about the well-dressed men ai the local dances and theatres. Ask your ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

IN MEMORIAM LOVE — In loving memory of our dear son and brother Evan David Davies, 2/20th Battalion, 8th Div., NX32677. died whilst P.O.W. in Borneo, 16th June, 1945. For each of us he did his best, May God grant him eternal rest. Sadly missed by his loving mother, step-father, brothers and sisters. REDDALL (nee Sykes) — Sacred to the memory of my beloved daughter and our sister and auntie, Doreen May, who fell asleep 20th June, 1942, aged 25 years. Also our loving thoughts to Pop, George H. Sykes, father of the above, who passed away 5th Septem- ber, 1946, aged 64. Another link in our chain is broken, But remembrance is a golden chain that can never be broken. Mum, Ernest Sykes, Kathleen and Jim, Rex and Brian, Kay, Dorothy and Dave, Bobbie and Barry Russell.

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

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First 231 MACQUARIE STREET, UVERPOOL UB7873 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. EXCHANGE TENANCY W.B.P. 2-bedroom Cottage, 22/6 Mortdale for similar Liverpool. Write J. Pepher Staff. State Hospital, Liverpool. FOR SALE AXRZONE WIRELESS for sale, £8. E. Daley, inverary House. Hume Highway, Liverpool. WHEN SHE SAY.'J -STES* go to Weir and Green for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. DRUMS, S to 80 galls.; Iron, flat or corrugated, downpipe and guttering; fuel stoves, bicycles, boys or girls. H. Plegg, 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. RAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240v. 2000 watt, crear" and green, £16/10/ lmmediate delivery. Sheardown and Bushel, Macquarie St. Liverpool. FLOOR POLISHER, high speed dom. elect, type, £24 cash or terms. Sheardown...

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WEDDING Strong- Bille't [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 June 1947

WEDDING Strong - Billett A very pretty wedding of local interest was solemnised by Rev. P. Meyers, at St. Luke's Church of England. Liver- pool last Saturday^ afternoon. 14th June when Enid Alice, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Billett, of Goulburn Street, was married to Mr. William Strong, of Moree. The bride who was given away by her father, wore a white lace gown, mount- ed on satin, made with long Atting sleeves and with a beautifully cut skirt forming a train at the back. Her lace veil was worn with a coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet M white hyacinths and white carnations. Mrs. Woodman acted as Matron of Honor. She chose a pretty acqua blue crepe gown, beautifully beaded with crystal beads, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and delphiniums. Her headdress of blue veiling was finished with a coronet of carnations to match her bouquet. Mr. L. O'Hara, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was best man. During the signing of the register, Mrs. Pearson swee...

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

CHURCH NOTICES METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, June 22nd LIVERPOOL-ll a.m. Rev. C. Moore; 7 p.m. Rev. C. Moore.   INGLEBURN—11 a.m. Presbyterian. Published by R. Rowell, Liverpool,   and printed by The Denley Print,   51 Good Street, Granville. PUBLIC NOTICES SINGER SEWING MACHINES NEW PORTABLE ELECTRIC AND TREADLE CABINET MACHINES AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ? - ' ' . Trade-in your old Singer Drophead. RENTALS ELECTRIC and TREADLE Machines RENTED for 2 weeks or longer periods. REPAIRS GENUINE NEW PARTS. Expert Workmanship. No canvassers em- ployed. We PICK UP and DELIVER. SERVICES BUTTON HOLES BUTTONS and BUCKLES coverei HEMSTITCHING SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY (Inc. in U'S.A.) 308 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA Thane UW8863 Groen Valley Progress Assoc. wíí) hold it» FORTNIGHTLY DANCE on SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1947 8 p.m. Euchre. Novelties. Supper Admission 1/11 R. Robertson, Hon. Sec NEWS ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY BLADES in great variety. Two new b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

pUBUC Noneca CORNES' CROSSROAD HOTEL All Road» Lead fa The Crowroads Gome to the Crossroads for i Drink well served. Phone. L J. Comes, LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SE Modern Cars with or drivers. Daily or Weekly Full N.R.M.A. Cover« Moderate Charges. LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SE| 141 Macquarie Stre* Phone UB7661 RADIO SALES AND SERVI E DAVIES Cook Square, Cabrán For STROMBERG - CAI RADIOS from as- low as 3/6 a Same-Day Repairs Your Set Repaired at Youi VB 1617 and UB7868

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BIG BOWLS Diggers Win Morrow Cup [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

BIG BOWLS --<i> Diggers Win Morrow Cup It was definitely Diggers' Day at the Liverpool Bowling Club on Sunday last when the local sub-branch of the R.S.L. met the club in the second annual com- petition for the G. P. Morrow Cup. Six fours of the staunchest bowlers among the Diggers and their club op- ponents occupied all the rinks on the new green. The games were all keenly contested, Diggers playing dourly ana grimly (they have smarted for a year 'over their defeat by Club in the first match for the cup) and Club players gave nothing away. ¡ Conditions were ideal and there was a considerable sprinkling of the fair sex as spectators to give the soldiers silent moral support. Despite the most dogged determina- tion, it seemed that the Diggers were doomed to defeat the second time as one by one the games were concluded and I tlie score cards were handed in to BoCT Secretary Arthur Hill. All present crowd- ed into the clubroom, the soldiers not a little dejectedly, to awa...

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