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SAD DEATH OF INFANT [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

SAD DEATH OF INFANT A very sad loss occurred on Friday, 22 th June when Janice Eveline Jenkins, £-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jenkins of 8 Rose Street, Liver- pool passed away. It was a sudden blow to everyone as Jan had only been sick 12 hours. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon and was well attended by rela Uves and fri ends who paid their respects with many floral tributes. After a ser ! vice in St. Luke's Church of England, the remains were interred in the Church of England Cemetery (new portion), the Rev. F. Meyer officiating. Jan was the grand-daughter of Mrs. E. Bull of 8 Rose Street, Liverpool, also o' Mrs. V. Jenkins of The Grove, Fair- field. We proffer our sincere condol- ences.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

^^|HH^^^S^H^^tt4ilr^ÍflKHl9i consult AUBURN I Vi ter than Mother used to make. NANCY'S CAKES SCOTT STREET (near Railway), LIVERPOOL if SPONGES FRUIT CAKE .fr CHOCOLATE CAKE fr CHERRY CAKE ORANGE, RAINBOW AND COFFEE CAKES Chocolate Eclairs. Cream Buns, and a large variety of smalls. THE BEST HOT PIES IN TOWN" Wc make cakes to suit your order for all occasions. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY Phone UB7870 GRANVILLE j VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD GRANVILLE Û COWV\ HORSES, and OTHER ANIMALS attended to DAY or NIGHT. UL2579 Telephone UÜ1037 E ROBERTS. R.V.S. by Exam R. VV. BOWEN, B V Sc. Parr amar" A Branch, UW6502 SAVE TIME! When in a huffy the-ie'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 Tel : UB7863 LIVERPOOL TAXI SERVICE ll ll h. BAW, Proprietor. FDR LOVELY HANDS ! always wc.v: f RAYMUR : HAND CREAM ^t/ ;: IA. T MURRAY ! I Chem st UB7642 l| _ K' immmmmmmm-mÊmmmmm^mmim-mr WANTED! ! "JUNE BR...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

CUSTOM HATCHING In Pelersime Incubators from June to September. Setting Day Wed- nesday. 10/- per tray of 100 eggs. Day-olds when available- Write j "IREBAR" Stud Poultry Farm j 138 Nuwarra Road. Moorebank. MEN'S SLIPPERS Check Felt, buckle boots 12/9 Brown F*lt Alberts 10/9 AU Leather 14/3, 14/6, 16/9, 18/-, 20/8, and 24/10 BLAKE'S FOOTWEAR STORES MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Tel : UB7689. Combined CARNIVAL -DANCE BARBECUE j ; Austral Progress Hall and Grounds, Saturday, July 12, 8 p m In áid ói( Austral Hall Building Fund Dancing, Games. Community Singing. Barbecue Supper. Liquid Refreshments Donation.3/6 Special bus leaves Liverpool 7.45 p.m. Austral 11.45 p m. j . ---. Under New Management THE EDENSOR PARK GENERAL STORE Previously conducted by Mr. G J. Rawlings 'has been purchased by C. T NAYLOR FULL RANGE OF HOUSEHOLD NEEDS FREE DELIVERY For PROMPT DELIVERY ? SAND ?ASHES ? SOU ? METAL Rms;, HERB TAYfLOR Liverpool 532 For your Cakes and Pastry - ALWAYS OVEN-FRESH D. MATHIESON OPP...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANLEY HE GHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

:ANLEY KE GHTS CALLING "Ramole: " achieved the impossible ! The "ghost" cf a man who never was. never mind, the idea is quite sound ¡V.CI J can be said ni the bridge in .U2sti^n. Vic Barnes is doing fine up among the -Ii t mbers. If this paper reaches you , *'J all the b?Ft-and even if it doesn't ll the best anyway. Drop us a line some tinji-c/o The Leader. Liverpool. Must congratulate Miss P. Wayside cn her stirling performance over 2KY Jast Friday. Quite an accomplished irtist. Big things, wc hope. The concrete footpath is slowly wend- ing a very liesuiely way up to thc heights. Wonder why? i Conara ts to G soil Hancock on his re :snt marriage. Health, wealth and hap- piness from th s Heights. Geoff. Quite a bit of sickness about lately. Pop' Speers injured his leg, Mrs. Dun jar not too well and "Tibby" Williams - ff-color. Hope our news is a bit bright- er nejtt issue. After all Bob, you didn't oughta ask people about their 'bus service-you've got a car. Welcome to the Mander fam...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION A special executive Diming was mid , last week and business relive to.the election oí State Council members wa:; discussed. Members are reminded that these elections ai-2 now due. A full at- tendance is cxpcca'O at the special gen- eral mtctins. fc^c advert, in this edition. * * * Sports Committee. - The recently formed tports committee ha.s made pre- liminary plans for conducting organised competitive sport: Cricket, football, ten- nis, golf, etc.. between sub-branches and District Councils. Further plans will be announced later. I It is understood that the N.S.W. Cricket Association has shown keen in j terest in the proposal of this committee I to ei.courage intra-District Council Cricket tournaments beginning next sea- son. Winners of these will enter a state- wide knock-out competition to decide the premier N.S.W. team. * * * The Second Annual Ball are making arrangements to make sure this event a certain success. Thc Paradance Orch- estra has been engagea to ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

GOSSIP Back from Binnaway where she spent five weeks holiday, Mrs. McLaren of Castlereagh Street. Liverpool. * * * Hargreaves Park Shopping Centre keeps cn expanding-a barber opened last week and this week a butcher and greengrocer-confectioner opened. Two other shops will open next week. * * * Rumored that a well-known young man-abcut-Hosford's Hotel had his pro- posal spurned last week. Cyril keeps trying to cheer him up. * $ * Mrs. Steers of 67 Terminus Street, had a telegram telling of the arrival of twin boys to daughter Phyllis (Mrs. Davis) in Melbourne last week. * * * Mesdames Prior and Bashford of the Crossroads had an enjoyable two weeks at Mackerel Beach and Mrs. Bassford states that the beauties of the lower Hawkesbury entranced her - reminded her of her native America. * :¡: * They're calling him Hokey-Pokey Frank since the Bowlers' Ball. r cosí Terence Higgins. 34. £2 10 - at Liverpool Court last Thursday fer in- decent behaviour- in Railway Parade Cabramatta. * * * Sg...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

TUCKFIELD & PHILLIPS 146 Cabramatta Road (Opp. Cinema) FRESH FISH Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, ll a.m. to 1.30 p.m. 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Closed on Saturdays. ^ APOARE RUBBING BALM For the Rapid Relief of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and1 Incarnation Directions: Fer coughs, colds or sore throats, rub the Balm on the enes and back, and on the throat, also ap ply a little to the nostrils. Then wraj warmly and remain in a warm room away from draughts. Price. 2/ S-verc Bronchial Congestion can be broken up quickly by taking 'Deltj Compound BALSAM OF SQUILL in conjunction with the use of Vapocur Prepared by D. F. DONOHUE, M p s Ph C Dispensing Chemist \ 27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA. UBI 68^ i i i FOR THAT OVERSEAS PARCE! we can supply < TINNED DRIPPING, CHEESE, PASTRY MIXTURE , Good Stocks of BAR SOAP, MARGARINE, PEGS (WOOD AND PLASTIC) fr GLASS OR PLASTIC CUPS AND SAUCERS ^ ALL KINDS ALUMINIUM STEAMERS 6/11 to 18/11 E. F. COOPER ; 27 HILL S'I ^EET * CABRAMATTA _PHONE UB1693...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

GOSSIP .-- ? Mrs. Burckhardt of Broken Hill, cele- J bra ted her birthday at the home of Mrs. Delaney of Mount Pritchard last Wed- nesday. * * * At Tully's Yards. Liverpool, on Sat- urday last, there was a large yardin? of various kinds of cattle with a very big attendance of buyers. Prices reach- ed the following levels: Springers sold to £14, young Heifers £4/10/- and £5/1', ?Calves to £3/8/6. Pat Cows £12/12 5 and Heifers i£8/15/- to £9/5/-. * * * Congratulations also to Mr. and Mrs. ?Reg Brown (of Hargreaves Park Radio j Hospital) on the birth of a son in the early am of last Sunday. * * . j Bankstown branch of the APFA ex- ' tend to poultry farmers of the Banks- town, Moorebank and Milperra district a cordial invitation to a private screen- : ing, by courtesy of the Vacuum Oil Coy. of a technicolor film of special interest to the industry, to bc held at the Banks- town Council Chambers this Friday, 27th June at 8 p.m. i Mrs. Keys of Chipping Norton has been enjoying the country...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL OLD AGE AND INVALID PENSIONERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 June 1947

ORIGINAL OLD AGE AND INVALID PENSIONERS The Original Old-Age and Invalid Pensioners' Association, Liverpool branch, desire to notify the residents and busi- ness people of Liverpool and distncTi ihat the above association is the only association recognised as such by the Federal, State and Social Service De- partments. Furthermore, that all our executive officers are residents of Liver- pool, namely: Mrs. Bull Sen.. president; Mesdames Kennett and Priest, vice-presi- dents; Mr. Bennett, teeretary, Mrs. Hol- ness, treasurer and Mrs. Marlow, social seciátary. We also desire to emphasise that the above association is responsible for the the following concessions to pensioners: Free hospital treatment, medicines, dental, optical and other medical con- cessions : Funeral benefit of £io pay- able on death of pensioner; payment of it - per week fer wife and 5 - per week for children under IC years; half fee for wile less enjoyed by pensioners in their homes. These are some of the concessio...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPEED [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

SPEED J ins is an age of speed, but a hurry up ap*: doesn't require us to be a hurry i.'i people. Tve seen motor car drivers wi. ? insist upon being thc car-on a lonfe ;¡/;' >h<?>? lean forward, jaws set, muscle strained, and work hard. They think they're spreing things up; but we can speed t things only with skill, and skill is acquired slowly and pal I itly. Racing motor cars and airplanes ; ren't driven by tense, hurried men, but by calm and skilful ones. Fast thinkers grow from painstaking students and careful observers. Looking at life from a pitcher's box. I don't think we have to break our necks to keep up. If I should let the yells of the grandstand panic me into hasty action. I'd get tense and shoot wild. There's a great difference between handling a ball and being one. Baseball is a fast game, but you've got to slow down to play it. And life is that way. too. I think.-An Observer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCCER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

SOCCER NEWS The Management Committee of the S.D.S.F. Association held its meeting in the Fairfield School of Arts on Mon- day, 23rd June at 8 p.m. Two new mem- bers were introduced, namely Messrs. Birks and Ea rn shaw and it was latei learned that Mr. Birks is a life member of the old Association which went de- funct in the thirties. Both of thesr Gentlemen are now on the Protest and Disputes Committee and there are still positions vacant for other persons in- terested in the code. Good news was received from thc N.S.W. Junior Board of Control, stat- ing that the N.S.W. Junior Champion- ship matches would be taking place shortly, so it will be very interesting- to see how the Association teams acqui' themselves. The Tudor Cup has been reti\irned to the Association with thc courtesy of Mr. Yewdall of Merrylands, an old member of the Association, who promises to be at Hie next meeting tc give his full support once a?ain. Men- tion was made regarding the K.O. Com- petition, so it is no...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

LIMERICKS Winner oí bust week's Limerick Com« petition was Ranald Nicholls, 418 Hume Highway, Liverpool, to wham % Circle Tickets for t&e Resal Theatre ha« been sent. The comet entry was: There was once an old fanner named Malley Who lived forty years In G un n's Gally. He came here to arrange A "Irr safe or exchange" Of bis farm by the well-known Ern. Tally. NOW TRY THIS ONE, BOYS AND GIRLS . . . There was once a young fellow from Parkes, Whose girl friend was annoyed by lite larks. Rut he said with a smile, "She'll come round in a while,

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOCKEY TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

HOCKEY TEAMS B Grade, Moorebank-Liverpool v Sydney Teachers at Moorebank: T. Johnson <poai,, A. Owen, A. Reeves, G. Stockton O Murphy (capt), A. Stockton, R. O' Mflji. h, M. Thorn, E. McCooey, H. CuuVn nnñ W. Owen. Re- serves: W. Ash, W. P. .'an O Grade: Moorebank-Li., v Ryde at Moorebank: P. Dedmu:. 'i W. Ash, K. Kidd, R. Thorn, R. BÙI " '<;:>v>t> R. Hocking, W. Hogan, R. uight, K. Ward, R. Stockten and D. Rbi- ^:« serves, T. Cameron and P. Aughtor.. C Grade play commences 1.45 p.m. and B Grade at 3.10 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

For PROMPT DELIVERY ? SAND ?ASHES ?SOU ? METAL Ring, HERB. TAYLOR Liverpool 532 For your Cakes and Pastry ALWAYS OVEN-FRESH D. MATHIESON OPPOSITE BUS STOP an«.- STATION ~~ Cabramatta "FUEL FUEL" WOOD . . . COAL . . CO Kt: PROMPT DELIVERY GENERAL CARRYING, Any««_( '<?. A««r time. Contact: GOULD and SAURJNE Opposite Port Office. CABRAMATTA

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

THE COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION Th© Liverpool Branch of the C.W.A. held its monthly meeting in the Town Hall on Thursday, 12th June and a spec- ial meeting in the R.S.L. Hall on Tues- day, 17th June. A great deal of business was dealt with and delegates chosen to attend the general conference in Sydney. The Rest Room was being opened on June 18th and all members at the spec- ial meeting offered their help and a :oster was made out. The branch urgently needs public support for this much-needed room. A voluntary helper will always be in attendance when the rioom is open, and a cup of tea will be made for a small charge. Toilet accom- modation is also available. The next meeting will be in the Town Hall on July 10th and all members arc risked to attend to discuss changing the day of Uie meeting. After July all meetings will be held in the Rest Room.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

I Our next meeting will be held in the Prbtest&nti Hall next Wednesday1, 9tSh July at 1.30 p.m. Competition for 10/- note was won by Mrs. Shell, ticket No. 25E. MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionary Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor Lottery Ticket Agcjncy THE HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE ] The Main Hotel in th« Main Street of one of the Main Towns of the South. OUR MAIN ADVANTAGES Hot «sd Cold Water is every room. Spacious Dining room ana Laang**. GUESTS RECEIVE BEST OF ATTBNTION. Tdejfeo&e, UB7B40 ?"i fi AUSTRALIAN LEGION OF EX-SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN Liverpool and District Sub-Branch SECOND ANNUAL CABARET BALL in thc LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL, on WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 1947 Parad ance Orchestra. Tickets 10/6 Reservations, Liv. 598 and UB7685 ! AINSWORTH STUDIOS ? WEDDING PORTRAIT SPECIALISTS j Studio: 53 BATHURST STREET, LIVERPOOL Liv. 150 * LIGHT AS A FEATHER . * BLUE RIBBON CAKES AND SPONGES The customers who keep coming back are our best See th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

Reffat THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.IS 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. I" FRIDAY and SATURDAY July 4 and 5 Olivia de Haviland in , THE DARK MIRROR' (A) Ci len Ford in «GALLANT JOURNEY" (G) SATURDAY MATINEE Maria Montez in "THE COBRA WOMAN" (G) Tn Technicolor, also «GALLANT JOURNEY" (G) MONDAY and TUESDAY July 7 and 8 Leslie Howard, David Niven in "FIRST OF THE FEW "IT'S GREAT TO BE YOUNG" (G) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY July 0 and 10 Dannv Kaye. Virginia Mayo in THE KID FROM BROOKLYN" (G) (in. Technicolor) also "A STRANGE IMPERSONATION" (A) COMING Fridlay and Saturday, July ll, 12 Alan Ladd in "O S S " (G) also Sharyn Moffitt in "CHILD OF DIVORCE" (A) SATURDAY M ATTNEE : "O.S.S." and "The Cowboy and The Blonde" (G) WÊÊmÊÊÊÊMKÊÊÊKmmmÊmmm G. COOPER For CUT FLOWERS, SHRUBS, SEED-...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION Final arrangements are in hand for ¿he Second Annual Ball to be held on the 9th July at the Liverpool Town Hall. Th« Ball will b; cabaret -Style as last year, but ii expected to be a greater show than the previous one. If you have not already made your reservations, do it now, by ringing Liv. 508 or UB7685 or at the Liverpool News agency. (See advert.) Another Legion activity. 'The Express' -our own newspaper, will be available at local newsagents. Your sub-branch ! secretary is agent for The Express-the voice of all ex-eervlce people. Last Friday night, at the Liverpool Tennis Clubrooms, the Legion held a special meeting for the purpose of hold- ing a ballot for the N.S.W. State Coun- cil elections. There was a large attend- ance and a keen interest was taken in the proceedings. The result of the State Council elections will be declared at the Annual General Meeting of the Legion in the lower hall, Town Hall, Sydney, 7.45 p.m., July 15th. Be in it. The winner of ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL OLD AGE AND INVALID PENSIONERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

ORIGINAL OLD AGE AND INVALID PENSIONERS The fortnightly meeting of the Orig- inal Old Age and Invalid Pensioners' «as held in the Protestant Hall last Wednesday, 25th June. Mrs, Bennett (vice-president) was in the chair. Our president, Mrs. Bull, was absent owing to a death in her family. In spite of the cold weather"there was a good roll up of members and visitors -twenty from Bexley and two from Bankstown. Business was transacted quickly to enable members to settle down and enjoy themselves, which they did. After refreshments had been served, Mrs. Marlow (social secretary) obliged with some dance music at the piano. It was really delightful to see the old people having such a good time. The hokey-pokey was the masterpiece.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

rino irs FOR FURNITURE KITCHEN CABINETS, from £7/12/6 KITCHEN TABLES, from £2/15/ KITCHEN CHAIRS, from 17/© 6 piece Modern Silky Oak DINING SUITE £21 CREAM LOUGHBOY, fitted £7/10/ OAK LOUGHBOY, fitted £7/19/6 WARDROBES . £10 DRESSING TABLES, from £2/10/ SINGLE IRON BEDS, Limited number 12/6 INSPECT OUR NEW BEDS AND BEDDINGS 35 MOORE STREET LIVERPOOL

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