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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

TENDERS WANTED" TENDERS wanted for the construction of a 5-roomed roughcast dwelling near Merrylands. Plans and specifications can be seen at Rickards, 5 Bigge St. Liverpool. POSITIONS VACANT WANTED-Man to assist in Bakehouse. Not necessarily tradesman. Apply Murray's Bakery, Liverpool. LAD wanted, 15 to 17 years, view ap- prenticeship. Apply Murray's Bakery, Liverpool. APPRENTICESHIP smart lad for elec- trical trade. Apply C. Brewer, 42 Speed St. Liverpool. BOYS wanted. 15 to 17 years. Good wages and conditions. H. Plegg. Bottle Merchant. 321 Hume High^-.y, Liverpool. Phone Liv. 563. CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS LIMITED VACANCIES EXEST for: (a) Experienced! Weavers (b) Boys and Girls, aged 15 to 17 years. No experience required Apply at MILL OFFICE, Atkinson Street, Liverpool Telephone UB 7258, or through Commonwealth Employment Service MANCHESTER WEAVING MOIS PTY. LTD. ! VACANCIES GIRLS AND WOMEN REQUIRED EXCELLENT WAGES and AWARD CONDITIONS Apply at Mill REILLY ST., LIVERPOOL GIRLS TO...

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

IN MEMORIAM BROWN — In loving memory of my dear wife, our mother, mother-in-law and grandmother Caroline, who passed away on July 5th, 1946.   Our hearts still ache in sadness, Our eyes shed many a tear. God alone knows how we miss you, As it dawns the first sad year. Sadly missed by her loving hus- band, sons, daughters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law and grandchildren. BROWN — Remembering Caroline Brown, who died 5th July, 1946, dear mother and mother-in-law of Walter and Violet, dear grandmother of Cyril, Donald (deceased), Heather, Hilary and Beverely. 1 John 1:5-10.

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RUGBY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 July 1947

RUGBY LEAGUE D Grade continued its winning bj' def Eating Fairfield 6-5. Down 5-0 at half-time, the C were all out and with seven mimi go had not scored, when Turner ed across and right at the bell i iOllowed suit. C Grade lost to Fairfield 6-0 in a and fast game. The visitors were a too good and deserved their win. About 1000 saw a very one sided when B Grade played South Parra -Liverpool winning 39-2. Half-time saw Liverpool leading scorers being Goldfinch 2, O'Brien, and Stockton tries, Wilingham Stockton goals. Parramatta lost t in the second spell and were una prevent Parley, Goldfinch (2), SU (2) and O'Brien from crossing, kicked a goal. A GRADE Prom the kick-off the locals vert" tackins and after ll minutes play j, Ijsan on the left whig gathered his tain's kick to open the score, 3-0. w forward* play in the centre follower kick-off when penalties awarded ag} both teams slowed the game. Prom'' cf these Twomey kicked a goal; Parramatta opened their account, 1 kicking a goal, 5...

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Threatened with Tomahawk [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

Threatened wÜth Tomahawk Stanley Williams, 51, of Hargreave Park l ¡eaded guilty when charged with as- saulting his wife. Clare Williams gave evidence that Wil- liams came home to their flat at about . 15 p.m. on Saturday last, under the influence of liquor. He got the toma- lia v\k and the boot last and said he would split her head down. He chased her out and shut the door. He had drink .wice a week and got nasty. She had to :eep her five children on the two pounds ne gave hei. Williams was bound over to keep the j^tace for twelve months on a surety of ' £20.

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THE COURTS 3 Months for Sixpence [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

THE COURTS 3 Months for Sixpence After Ernest Joseph Fell, 43, had pleaded guilty at Liverpool Police Court un Monday last before Mr. Isles P.M. 9 a charge of stealing half a pint of nethylated spirits valued at 6d., Sgt. O'Brien gave evidence that he saw de- fendant in the waiting room of Glen- field Raiway Station last Saturday more cr less under the influence. Mr. Geo. downes had given witness a bottle and had stated that he found defendant in ms yard helping lumself to the bulk upply of spirits. Defendant admitted the offence. He lived locally and had had no food for some days. Fell was given 3 months hard labour. * * * Drunken Driving Giving evidence against Arthur Thos Richards, 32, charged with driving un dti the influence in Railway Parada, Canley Vale last Friday, Constable Hoi hngshed said that he went to the scene ci the accident at the overhead bndge, and saw détendant who admitted being the drner oi tha panel van involved. He was under the influence being un- steady on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 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 July 11 ami 12 Alan Lartd in "O.S.S." (G) "CHILD OF DIVORCE" (A) Saturday Matinee "OSS" (G) (ieo. Montgomery in «THE COWBOY AND THE BLONDE" MONDAY and! TUESDAY July 14 and 15 Wait. Disney's "DUMBO'' (lu Technicolor) "CHARLIE CHAN AND RED DRAGONS" (G) MATINEE, TUESDAY ("DUMHO" at 3.30 p.m.) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY July 16 and 17 Margaret Lockwood, Barry K ? Barnes, lan Hunter in "BEDELÍA" (A) Also Karen Morley, Jim Bannon in 'THE UNKNOWN" (A) COMING Frîdav and Sal urda v July ISth and 19th Wendy Hillier in "I KNOW WHERE I'M GOING" also Kent Taylor in -DANGEROUS MILLIONS' MORRISON'S CORNER Canley Vale UBI413 Por PETERS ICE CREAM. CAKES. CONFECTIONERY, KODAK and D. and P. SERVICE. MODELS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

PROFESSIONAL COLLINGWOOD PRIVATE HOSPITAL 6 CHRISTIE ST., LIVERPOOL ¿yj Obst<ric indoor and outdoor cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD and GABLAND Obst. A.T.N.A. Phone Uv. 192 1ME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROYS. TURTON Architectural Draughtsman acquarie Chambers, 61 Macquarie \ parramatta. 9 a.m. to 5 P-m daily. ÜW7703. ivate; 14 Albert SV Parramatta. UWÔ802 WILLIAM A. STEEL SOLICITOR 1 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOl and MUIOOF Building 5 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY 'Phone: M 3308 ttJRÏCE F. COLREAVY LL.B. Solicitor BATHURST ST., LIVERPOOL at Third Floor, Wingello House, Angel Place, Sydney. .Phone: B 1724 _ h LAWRENCE BERRY i SOLICITOR Jîommissioner for Affts. N.S.W. ; and Victoria) ILWAY PARADE, CABRAMATTA î UB1710 nd Twyford House, 17 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. B4408. jiming Practice after Military Service T. IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL 14 Railway Street, Liverpool Phone UB7819 MATRON H. C. DAVIES A.T.N.A. A.N.F. (State Reg.) General and Obestric Casts IRÔCCRS * * * * cbNFÊCTÎO*NERS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

POULTRY BROODERS, INCUBATORS insurance affected on these items, also all classes of General Insurance Apply. Agent: E. CROSSFIELD Willis Road, Macquarie Fieidjs J. ROWELL HAULAGE CONTRACTOR REMOVALS PARCEL DELIVERY Promptly Supplied Sand, Ash«»s. So;l, Metal, etc. 'Phone Liv. 34 _?* A. J. GOODE 184-6 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. UB7825 I The Store for Service and Quality 1 MEN'S WEAR I OVERALLS- Blue Denim Combination Overalls, another delivery- Size 5 to 8 3 Coupons Price 15/6 WORK SHIRTS Strong Cotton Tweed Checked Work Shirts- 3 Coupon« Price 9/ 9 SPORTS SHIRTS- Ali Wool Sports, Grey, Brown and! Fawn 5 Coupons Prie© 19/6 PY9AMAS Striped Flannel Pyjamas' «Top Dog". Pure Wool. 7 Coupons Price 31/10 SPORTS COATS Fine Donegal Tweed Sports Coats, well, made, all sizes- 5 Coupons Price 75/ WORK TROUSERS. For hard waar, Cotton Tweed Work Trousers- 2 Coupons Price 15/3 WORK BOOTS. Just arrived. "Baxter's" Super Quality Work Boots, tan and black. No Coupons- Price 23/3 J

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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

HOCKEY Both local teams were again success- ful last Saturday. B Gi ade defeated Teachers College 7-0, M. Thorne c3), H. Culen (2), R. Goldfinch and E. Mc Cooey being the scorers. The game was more open but there was too much in- dividual play which is not Hockey. When combination was brought into play goals were scored. There will have to be much more combined play and understanding, and play the passing game to down Glebe, the other undefeated team, which they meet at Moorebank next Saturday at 3.15 p.m. C Grade as usual, played good open hockey and are also in line for a win m that grade. They defeated! "Hyde 5-0, K. Kidd (4) and R. Stockton being the scorers. Teams for Saturday B Grade v Glebe: T. Johnson, A. Reeves, A. Owen, G. Stockton, G. Murphy, A. Stockton, R. Goldfinch, E. McCooey, M. Thome, H. Cullen and W. Owen Reserves, forward K. Kidd; half R. Burt. C Grade v St. George A. F. Hub- bard, P. Oughton, R. Thorne, R. Light R. Burt, P. Deadman, I. Cameron, K Ward, K. Kidd, R...

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CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

CYCLING (By "THE RIDEE") Tlie Liverpool Amateur Cycling Club is expanding so rapidly that it was de- cided to hold two races every week-a juvenile race and a junior and senior race. The result of the juvenile scratch race I was: F. Adams 1, A. Adams 2, R. Ellis 3. This race was well attended by the young riders of Liverpool, with the field being well bunched up for the sprint. The winner won by a length, with three lengths separating shecond and third. This section is open to all boys under 16. So, Juveniles, join now and be in time for the trophy to be raced for on the 20th of this month. Junior and Senior 20J mile Handicap: M Hibbert (1.30) 1 and fastest, 59m 50s, P Trapman (4.0) 2; B. Jones (11.30) 3. The Club has decided on a date to (hold the 24-¡miltet handicap for the (irophy on display at the Blue Ribbon Cake Shop. The date is set down for tile 20th of this month, so all who are in- terested in amateur cycling, go along to see the race, which will start at the corner of Wils...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionary Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor Lottery ticket Agency ?I OUALTTY MEAT j AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL- Phone UB7885 Children Given the Same Attention as Adults. ; SATISFACTION ASSURED AINSWORTH STUDIOS WEDDING PORTRAIT SPECIALISTS Studio: 53 BATHURST STREET, UVERPOOL. Liv. 150 THE HOTEL MAMSBRÏDGË The 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 lAungos. QUESTS RECEIVE BEST OF ATTENTION. Telephone, UB 7840 ~ JO'HN CURRIE K^rg^'.^ |: LIGHT AS À FEATHER . . BLUE RIBBON ! CAKES AND SPONGES X The customers who keep coming back are our best salesmen. jt See the f BLUE RIBBON CAKE SHOP .!. Macquarie Street, Liverpool | FOR YOUR WEDDING CAKE X That's Our Speciality Miss MERLE KEYES ' \viblies to announce , that in addition to her u^ual Services. Clie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

LIMERICKS Woiner of last week's Limerick Com- petition was Ronald Debenham, 43 Mill Road, liverpool, to whom 2 Circle Tickets for the Regal Theatre have been sent. The correct entry was: There was once a young fellow from Parkes, Whose girl friend was annoyed by his larks. But he said with a smile, "She'll come round in a while, When I show her these sweets from Miss Clark's. NOW TRY THIS ONE, BOYS AND GIRLS . . . There was once a young girl from Val- etta, Who was good but desired to be belter, Her boy friend said "Yes, Nothing for it I guess. The Popular Local Caterers SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 Rose Street, Liverpool Phone LIV. 486 For that Party, Wedding Breakfast, etc

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING V Yet another President of the local RSL. Wonder who'll be the next to cut the painter' * *- « Alec Lunn on the sick list this week. Not satisfied with the ordinary 'flu, he has to catch himself a proper dose of quinsy. * * * Remember that cricket team, boys - it may be on for the winter. V * * Overheard the 'Uncrowned King of St. John's Park is sharpening his teeth. I'd hate to be there if he does bite, and it looks as if he will have to. It's a safe bet, anyway. * A * "Mandrake" want« to know where is that table. Perhaps if he does/ eventually get it, his first job will be to make that 'scream of íadio and stage' disappear. * * * It's looks like we're out of luck for that picture show, folks-at least for three years, anyway according to the recent statement made by a Government spokesman. * * * Roll up to see the next Progress Meet- ing, everyone. Believe all the local digni- taries will be there it may be 'veree' in- teresting. Ask 'Pop* Wilson-he knows. Tu...

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VILLAWOOD P. and C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

VILLAWOOD P and C ASSOCIATION The monthly meeting was held on June 24th. There was a good attendance of ladies. After much correspondence with the Minister for Education, and representa- tion by the Members. Messrs. Lamb and Freeman. M'sL.A., the school has been promised two huts and two shelter sheds. The school has enrolled 160 new pupils since Christmas and was over- crowded before that. Free milk is now bsing distributed for *he children. The P. and C. Associa- tion has been untiring in its efforts to secure these advantages for the child- ren and is very happy at the result of this work. They have over £90 towards the wireless and hope to see one installed before next year. See advertisement in this paper for the Euchre Party.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

I Helier than Mother used to make. NANCYS CAKES SCOTT STREET fnear Railway I. LIVER l'( )< )1. ^ SPONGES & FRUÍT CAKE ^ CHOCOLATE CAKE * CHERRY CAKE ORANGE, RAINBOW AND COFFEE CAKES j Choc«-late Eclairs Cream HUIT-, and a lar^e variety of smalls. j 'THE BEST HOT PÍES IN TOWN" We make cakes to str't your order for all occasions. 1 WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY 8 j Phone UB7870 11 GRANVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD :: GRANVILLE COWS, HORSES and OTHER ANIMAIS attended to DAY or NIGHT. UL2579 Telephone UU1037 E ROBERTS R.V.S. by Exam R. W. BOWEN, B V Se. Pa: ram at a Branch, UW6502 YOU USE A TAXI WHEN YOU'RE IN A HURRY FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE Phone BLACK AND WHITE DAY AND NIGHT UB 7880 Weddings, Parties, Funerals, Specially Cateredt ForV ^----^----^ -^^---?-^ Tel : UB7863 LIVERPOOL TAXI SERVICE I L. RAW, Proprietor. , -!«

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

DOLLS HOSPITAL ANN'S GOT SHOP { 43 Burwood! Road, Burwood I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

I WHY GO TO TOWN ? aNEILLS HARGREAVES PARK STORE is Right at Your Door -^ Smallgoods ^ Soft Drinks ?jAr Fruit and Vegetables j^f 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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M.U.I.O.O.F. Loyal Liverpool Lodge, No. 488 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

MUIOOF Loyal Liverpool Lodge, No. 488 J At the meeting held on J my 3rd, P.O. Bro. Cooke N.G. presided. The Cum- berland District Officers were represent- ed by Bro. Davidson P.D.G.M. and Grand Lodge by Bro. Clarke P.G.M. There were also visitors from Eastwood, Granville, P.Gs 20 and Wentworthville. All visitors were welcomed with the Honors of the Order. In his response, Bro. Clarke P.G.M. stated that there would be fifty delegates representing over 6000 members in the Cumberland Distnct at the conference at Liverpool Town Hall on 12th July. Altogether were over 80,000 members in N.S.W. Lodge business quickly finished and adjourned to harmony. P. G. Bro. Cooke then asked Bro. Clarke and Bro. David- son if they would unveil the Honor Roll, which they proceeded to do, with due respect to our Honoured Members. Bro. Bird also spoke of the lesponse of our members to the call, and said that for the size of the Lodge, the response was remarkably large, being 33 per cent of its membership....

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THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

THE GARDEN By Geo. Cooper As the time is drawing ncai now foi the planting cf Gladiolus, it would b3 advisable to start the pieparation of the bed in which they are to grow As Olad ich do not take kindly to new manures, it is a good plan to plant them in a bed that has been heaviiy manured from a previous ciop. Also, newly mamu ed ground has a tendency to cause fungus I diseases m the corms. If manure has to be used, it should be well-rotted cow manure. The soil should be dug over deeply as the root«; reach well down, and also foi better drainage. Without good drainage, it ic impossible to have a successful crop. The corms planted should be of good size, without any dark spits or pite on them. Very large 01 very small corms are unsuitable, as /the very large ones are worked out, and the small ones will not give good healthy plants. Corms planted m loose 01 sandy sou should be planted deeper than ui heavy soil PLANTING -When planting, open up a shallow trench, say about Ave niches de...

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