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

+ SPECIAUSED ELECTRICAL SERVICE * COMPLETE ENGINE RE-COND1TION ING. ^ BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION * LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES OILS, AND GREASES. EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL C H. Hl'MrMlrn S. A.MM. \.M I Authorised Inspection Station LET CULLENS OUOTE jj For your next job of jj DUCOING & DULUXING Craftsmanship with Economy | ALL MOTOR REPAIRS GENERAL ENGINEERING PAT CULLEN HUME HIGHWAY AND PIRIE STREE!, LIVERPOOL UB7815 Jack Isaac's AUNTY S CAFE AT THE CROSSROADS . SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Cold Lunches, Sandwiches, etc. AUNTY'S PIES ARE PERFECT LOTTERY AGENCY, Get your nickels here FOR WINTER COUGHS A MlXTUKh THAI "jç Soothes ihe inflamed membranes. .jç \cts as an antiseptic on the bieatlung passages MURRAY'S BRONCHITIS MIXTURE SLMTXBLK FOK \DULTS \Xl) CHILDREN 2/6, from A. T. MURRAY City Price Chemists LIVERPOOL. UB7642 Liverpool-Parramatla Co-operative Building Society Lid HAS i. £100.000 Available...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

COLE'S iiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiinniiiiiiiii.ym.miiiiiinuii.in.iiillililiillinii GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL LET US QUOTE YOU FOR COOPER LOUVRES Chtaptr io Inttal thon ANY cfh*r kind of WINDOW Complete That Sheltered Nook by enclosing it with these MODERN ADJUSTABLE WINDOWS ADJUSTABLE CUSS LOUVRES AT CITY PRICES w JOLLOW THE CROWDS . ., i t0 1C. R. TEBB \* FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool Ashcroft'* (JUALITY MEAT at Ruling Prices. Phone UB786S ÍHE HANDY STORE ' LACHLAN STREET, LIVERPOOL A C1RLTOV- Prcprietor For AH Your Groceries, Fruit I and Vegetables J FREE DELIVERY * EXPRESS , LOTTERY AGENCY Phone Liv. 424 *-i 1'ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL WHEATLEYS IGH-CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Best Workmanship. iry us also tor LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS T- Solid Leather Attache Cases. ' Solid Leather Gladston Bags . Suitcases. School Cases WHEATLEYS 68 M...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

CARROLLS HARGREAVES PARK for CHOICE SMALLGOODS Fresh Daily Fresh Cul Sandwiches, Hot Pies Fresh Rabbits RIGHT OPPOSITE THE SCHOOL Kui Thal CoÜtWKhlüiidne»s. Take "Ddha" Coíñpwáid! BALSAM OF SQUILL j -^ Pleasant to the taste. Soothing to the inflamed Membranes, j Relieves Congestion, PRICE, 1/9 and 3/- per bottle , Obtainable only from . I D. F. DONOHUE, "**.nc j Dispensing Chemist j 27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA. UBI689 \ ; TRY THE NEW HARGREAVES PARK GENERAL STORE A. STUBBS (Near the School) ALL YOUR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS AT CITY PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CHILDREN j ' ? Il II --- ? -j ! HARGREAVES PARK RESIDENTS I - ! YOUR CHEMIST ! I | MR. W. L SAYLE EX. ALF. has opened a Pharmacy near tjhe main entrance to the Housing Commission Estate) ' STOCKS WILL BE AVAILABLE OF { MEDICINES OF ALL TYPES COSMETICS, BABY ] FOODS AND REQUISITES *mÊmmmmm^mm^mm^mmmim^^n^mmmÊmMm*mmÊmi^mm^mmBmmmm^mmUÊmmmimÊ^mammimmmmmm WATCH FOR THE OPENING! The New Modern Local Home Made Cake and) Pastry \ establishm...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

LIVERPOOL GOLF ASSOCIATES Inter-club matches commenced last Wednesday when Liverpool No. 1 team I were defeated by Camden. 3 matches to j 2, at Liverpool. Our second team visited Campbelltown and won their match 3 and 2. The second qualifying round of the Championship was played on Saturday. Qualifiers for Championship: Mrs. Ciowe, Mrs. Hunt, Miss Sullivan Mrs. Andrews, Miss Cox, Miss Varney Mrs. Watts and Mrs. J. Russell. Second Eight: Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Anderson, Miss Swelkert, Mrs. Cnapple Miss P. Williams, Miss Leila Battye Miss B. Kershler, and Mrs. Lougton. Mrs. J. Russell won Mrs. cornes trophy lor 36 holes stroke, with 144 nett. Knock-out Final: Mrs. Cornes de- feated Miss Sweikert 4 and 2.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY Í STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First 231 MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL UB7873 NOTE FOR TOP PRICES AND SATISFACTION Consign your POULTRY to LIVERPOOL AUCTION MART Sale conduced EVERY WEDNESDAY at 2 p.m. Phone UB7837 H. Cummings, prop. FOR SALE WHEN SHE SAY.'j . ÏKS' go to Weir and Green tor the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, * Macquarie Street. DRUMS. 5 lo 80 galls.; Iron, flat or corrugated downpipc and guttering; fuel slovefa. bicycles, boys or girls. H. i Fk-gg, 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. RAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE 24ÜV 2000 watt crear" and reen £16 J0/ im mediate deliver Sheardown and Bushel Macquarie ct Liverpool FLOOR POLISHER high speed dom elect type C24 cash or teims Sheardovui and B slid) Macquarie St Livciuool ÛB7SG1 LOOK FOR RONEFF TRADERS Dis- posals Specialists Ad\t in this paper Greatcoiti Pulloveis etc REBUILT Cai Battenes Wwavs in stock Motor Cvcle Batt ncs from 31/ Sheardown and Burhil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

For PROMPT DELIVERY . SAND . ASHES . SOIL . METAL Ring, HERB TAYLOR Liverpool 532 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. Anyu_t e. Any- time. Contact: GOULD and SAURINE Opposite Post Office. CABRAMATTA I CABRAMATTA Furniture Suterooms i (RIGHT OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) THIS WEEKS SPECIALS Very fine highly polished Bed I loom Suite, consisting of Double - robing Wardrobe w<h 2 mirrors, full size glasses, large dressing table, and lowboy This suite is all solid Queensland Maple. Complete £19/10 4ft 6in Oak Bedstead, and wire £1/19/6 j Diops.de Oak Cot, Good wire and bedding, £2/15/ Single Stretcher 25 - fhreequaner Kapok Mattress £2/10/ Cane Perambulator £2/19/ to New well filled Bedding for £5/5/ ' Heavy well filled Kapok Dble I Bedding £2/19/6 Veneer l aliboy, weti rAted _ x»/ .10/ 6 ¿olio wak Chairs £3/10/ 3 piece Oak toearoom ¡JUite, consis...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

GOSSIP Liverpool's popular Electrical Engineer Mr. Ron Buchan resumed duty on Mon- day after a month's illness. # * * A rash of robbmes. thought to be the work of juveniles, has broken out m Warwick Farm. Within the 'veek Bn lett's, Pizarro's and Carlton's shops were entered. * * * Thougii Perce Heuitt was hit on the brad by Ireland's Red Terror and suffer- ed coiiL'UEbion in consequence he ha? maae a seed leeovAy. ii- * * Herb Flegg ¿aid Frank Harden are touring Queensland in Herb's new car All his staff is waiting anxiously for | Heib's reaun as it appears he's prom- I ised them ¡ni a trip to Jenolan m the new bus. * * Sr Your favorite ice-man. Mr. Liddy, is back on the job after a bout of pneu- monia and pleurisy -< * * Another fine line-up of kiddies mati- nee films for tins month at the Regal Thcatie Next Saturday there's Alan Ladd in the seciet service drama 'O S S.' (Cn Speiet Sei vic") and Geo. Mont- gomery m 'The Cowboy and the Blonde.' Satiuxiay week there's the...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

??»»»»»»»»»»»»»»?»»»»»»»»a; .QUALmr I Our Motto X 1 THE % I CHOICEST FRUITS ? k1 AND VEGETABLES i [j Only | \l!f BILLETT I l.Jcott St., LIVERPOOL f WHEELERS > BAKED I BEANS ¡ Kia-ora large tins j 1/2 tai I LAWN~ ¡MOWERS t7/9/6 PLAIN FLOUR 251b bags 4/6 CROCKERY JUGS 1/11 each Í LET JACK DO IT.' ÍX your Wedding at the Church pr Reception. <ir for that Rill. I Dance, etc.. encage JACK'S HOTO SERVICE $7 Macquarie St., Liverpool (CLARICE HOUGH, FLORIST) |me Child Studies a Specialty. j Phone UE7818 i MILLER'S I : DELICATESSAN icolt St (opp Fiie Station) Í LIVERPOOL ¡For All Your Smallgoodg ' Dressed Poultry a Special y Phone UB7838 huios RYCLEANERS . Liverpool : fcS HOUGH l8" Macquarie Strei-l Cabramatta: I GERAGHTY, opn. Railway Static» Mr N.R.M.A.* I LIVERPOOL i i % r District Depot ? 1 X M Barrett's J OLLINGWOODi ?GARAGE ! X GENERAL ENGINEERS * X »el Beating, Duco Spraying} X «Ithoirised Inspection Station.*. Ï. Phone Liv. 317 X .. X F SOMETHING FOR THAT SPECIAL PARTY i...

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

««««.e***«»**«*«**! FOR LOVELY HANDS always use I RAYMUR fHAND CREAM 1/-1 |A. T MURRAY ? M.P.S. Ij> Chemist UB 764: Î WANTED ! "BRIDES-TO-BE!" to call and see our ROOM SCHEME from £99/18/6 Cash, Terms, or Lay-by 3 GEO. PÜRDUE 97 ARGYLE STREET. (<)]>!>. l'ai r.imalt.'i Station) Also 150 CHURCH STREE!» UW9075 SMALLGOODS. IMXICACIES Fresh Dally-City Priced at J . KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New CAMBRIDGE Smallwoods. Io li.i reo und Cigarettes, Sandwich» rhoiic UIS7G24 I MURRAY'S J BREAD W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE SI . LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing and General Smithing, A tradesman« job guaranteed. WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone; UB7623 "SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 Scott Street Liverpool Phone UB7820 ' FOR ALL WREATHS, SPRAYS AND BOUQUETS Norma Bray, Florist. A For All Classes of % FLORAL ART .j* CLARICE DOUGH] X 187 Macquarie St. 4« LIVERPOOL ïPhone UB78I8 _ AUBURN i VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) % K ...

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

YOU CANT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT A GOOD KEROSENE LAMP THESE NIGHTS SEE THE "K N " KEROSENE LAMPS, Also, KEROSENE HEATER 38/6 SANI-LID OUTFITS £4/10/ BAILEY'S 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD, CANLEY HEIGHTS 'PHONE: UB 1564 TUCK SHOP THE SCHOOL Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con- fer-ionery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakes ?nul Di inks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Cut Lunches. Samlwichcb. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. Stationery. Groceries. Phone UB7680 CAMELIA FLORIST 34 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL (Mrs- Trapman) and at Alis. 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 167 MACQUARIE STREET LIVIÍRPOOL Our Motto: Quality and Service. tor Delicious, Oven-fresh . . . 1'iES, CIKES and PAS1KY DeaJ from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liverpool DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducoing, Dumxing, Polishing, Waxing, Panolbeating, Trim- ming or Uphplsfering? If so -...

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

OBITUARY The death occurred in Liverpool Hos- pital on Thursday last of Mr. Henry Charles Leslie Sampson, well-known busi- nessman of the town, after a very long illness. Mr. Sampson, whose wife pre-deceased him, was connected with the Insurance business for many years and a Director   of several companies, including the Liverpool Co-operative Building Society. He was for some years secretary of the Liverpool Bowling Club. The late gentle- man is survived by a daughter, Miss Betty Julia Sampson, of the Bank of N.S.W.   The funeral largely attended, took place last Saturday, after a service in St. Luke's Church of England, the re- mains being interred in the Church of England portion of the new cemetery.

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

MUNICIPAL NOTICES MUNICiPALITy'ÖJP LIVERPOOL Offers, closing July 2Bth, 4 p.m. are invited for the purchase of the following allotments of land; Verbena Avenue, let l8, Sec. 29, 30ft x 221ft. Verbena Ave. lot 17 Sec. 29, 30 x 221ft Verbena Ave. lets 19/20 Sec. 29. 60x221ft Carnation Ave., lot-51, 30ft x 221ft. King and Swain Sts., lots 1/2 Sec. 4, 206ft x 84ft. Carnation Avenue, lot 21, 30ft x 221ft. Res? St., lots 27/28, 80ft x 100ft. Graham Ave., lot 4 Sec. 29, 31ft Oin x 217ft. Grove St.. lot 31. 50ft x 249ft. Bathurst Si., lot pt. 3, 44ft x 150ft. Nagle St., pt. portion 270. 98ft x 225ft. Offers to be in closed envelopes, mark- ed "Offer for Land." Further particu- lars at Council's Office. J. MARSH. Town Clark. Town Hall. Liverpool. 4th July. 1947. Municipality of Liverpool TENDERS, PARK RAIL AND WIRE FENCE, Hammondville Tcn<ki"s closing July 25th, nix invited fur tilt- supply of all ma" r- ] iaN and construction of the Parle rai! and wire fence round portion o,' the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 10 July 1947

IN MEMORIAM STUBBS—In loving memory of our father and grandfather, Henry,   who passed away July 7th, 1943. There is a face we will always   remember, A voice we will always recall; A memory we will cherish always, Of our dear Dad, loved by all. Inserted by son Claud, daughter- in-law Jean and grandchildren   Beryl, Allen, Eric and Maurice. WARD—In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, Ellen Maud Ward, who passed away 10th July, 1946. Inserted by her husband Thom-   as Ward, son Cecil and daughter Vera. Published by R. Rowell, Liverpool   and printed by The Denley Print,   51 Good Street, Granville.

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[?]MPOSTER CONVICTED [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

MPOSTER CONVICTED At Liverpool Police Court last Thurs d.i>, before Mr. Isles, P.M., Edward Janies Bradley, C4 was arraigned on : i ven charges cf imposition and con- victed on six cf them. To one charge he i:Lac ed ' guilty with an explanation" a: d lo the others entered a plea of not guilty. 1-oiice Prosecutor Sgt. Waining told the Curt that a man named William Jacksen. a V.C. winner of 1914-18, had b.cn driving a vehicle in the Princes Highway when an accident occurred, in \ elvina th? death of two people. Brad Hy wa- friendly with Jackson and had conceived the idea of collecting money i ':.?s.b!y for Jackson's legal defence. He began operations in Singleton where i.e first came under notice of the police, lline he was in the garb of a priest. 1-clic? had made enquiries oí Pathei Flana-an, Administrator of St. Mary's Cathedral, who had stated that about twenty years before Bradley had been .s;u.spï'.id,2d asl a. priest and denied P3risVi. Father Flanagan said that de f.ndant i...

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LOYAL LIVERPOOL LODGE No. 488 M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

! LOYAL LIVERPOOL LODGE i INO. 4öö MU ÏC OF ! The Annual Cumberland District Con j :erence of thc- Manchester Unity Order : ..i Oadfellows was held at the Liverpool I iown Hali last Saturday, 12th July. The ¡ ..'obie Grand Fast Grand. Bro. G. Cooke of Loyal Liverpool Lodge warmiy wel-A, , »med the District Officers, also visiting Listrict Officers, the Grand Masier ot .lie Order, Bro. White and a distin- guished Grand Ledge Officer from Eng- land in the person of Bro. Wright, and he fifty-five delegates from the Cum- berland District. The District Grand Master, Bro. P. .Miller presided over the very successful neeting. The Mayor, Aid. B. Fitz- patrick, and Deputy Mayor, Alderman .fetter were warmly welcomed and in .urn the Mayor tendered a civic wel-^ come to all present to the grand old .own of Liverpool. The meeting commenced at 10 a.m. and concluded at 6 p.m. Past Grand X.YC. Worten was elected as District Grand Master; P.G. Bro. Vitnell as iJcputy District Grand Master and ¿\D.G...

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HATTER'S BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

HATTER'S BALL Hoxton Park R.S.L's Mad Hatter's Ball must have been a great success, according: to accounts of those privil- eged to attend the function. Dresses of the ladies are described as "gorgeous," the supper "sumptuous" and the table decoratcns "exquisite." A very delightful evening was enjoyed by pat- rons who danced to music provided by Mrs. Grimson. Jean Clare won the prize for the best lady's hat, and G. Bare the best gent's. Most original hat was worn by Mrs. Godfrey, and the funniest by R. Thomp- son. Under (lie Presidency of Mr. Christ- iansen Sen. a Committe? consisting of Measra. Ray Pearson. Harold Aston, Peter Flay. Christiansen, Peck and Sib Laid had worked liard lo ensure the success of the ball, ably assisted by a Social Committee consisting of Mes- dames Hunter, Aston, Anderten, Bell and Newcombe and Misses Y. a«d N. , Smith, O. Bell and Betty Waters. The result of their efforts must have proved most gratifying to them.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

I CABRAMATTA Furniture i Salerooms (RIGHT OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS I K tchen Sei'ing consisting oí j kitchen cabinet, well fi» ted. j very goodi table to imf ch., j with complete setting for i £11 19 6 : 4ft x 6ft. Oak Bedstead and wire £1 19 G Good heavy filled] Double j Bedding £2/19/6 j Light Oak well fittjed Lowboy for £6/19/6 Single Oak Bedstead, rein- forced wire £1/17/6 j Complete Ligh'f Oak Kitchen j Settüng, consisting of 4f\ x j 6ft Oak Cab.néi, Table and I Chairs £15/19/6 I 4 ft. x 6ft Solid Maple 2 rob i ing door Werdrobe- Very good £7/19/6 OTHER Lates// Dtningroom betting, cons sting of 4ft. x 6ft . low back side and refrecflory table andi chairs. Complete setting £13 19 6 New Double well filled Bed- ding . £5/5/ 4ík x 6ft Oik Badstead, wire and kapok bedding for £3 15/ Ve*y good 4ft. Wardrobe for £3/19 6 Good L'ght Oak Extension Table with spare leaves for £4 15/6 Cheaper line- 2 Spare Leaves Extension £2/15/ 4ft. x 6ft Oak Bedstead and wire £1 12...

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LEGACY HELPS COUNTRY ORPHANS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

LEGACY HELPS COUNTRY ORPHANS One of Legacy's most important s of activity is asistance to the of a veteran of the 1914-18 "Wa has "passed on" leaving her wi family in the late teens. Such legal documents as wills swanee policies and little deeds pj a problem not easily solved by tl man who for twenty years has 4 her interests to the rearing of a and accompanying domestic care Friday, July 18 will be War Or Csv, the day of which each ye general public is invited to share '? great work. Throughout N.S.Vv thoisand voluntary helpers wüj Legacy emblems varying in pricj 6d. to £1,000. j Published by R. Rowel! Liverpoj piinted by The Denley Print, 51 Street, Granville.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

f ¡rage *wo Begat THEATRE, UVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 ' Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. j Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify if not coming by per- j manen t reserve holders cancels reserves. | Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depend upon public response. FRIDAY and) SATURDAY 18th and 19lh July Wendy Hillier, Ko^er Livesey in "I KNOW WHERE I'M GOING" rr,) Also Kau Taylor in "DANGEROUS MILLIONS" (A) Saturday Moinee (Jene Tierney in "BELLE STARR ' (G) "SHOOTING HIGH" (G) MONDAY and TUESDAY 21st and 22m\ July Cookie Withers. Mervyn Johns in "PINK STRING AND SEALING WAX" Also Steven Gcray in "SO DARK THE NIGHT" (A) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 23rrf and 24ih July Humphrey H(çnn, Lisabeth Scott in . "DEAD RECKONING" ' (A) Also Eric Portman in "GREAT DAY' (G) COMING June Haver, Vera Kllen an<l Gci>. Montgomery in "THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE' also "DICK TRACY versus CUEBALL" J. ROWELL HAULAGE CONTRACTOR REMOVALS PARCEL DELIVERY Promp...

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SOCCER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

SOCCER NEWS Ijast Saturday the Magpies were i 6-1 by Canterbury. The form c Granville team was bad and Cante were on top early" and stayed on Reg Sanders was hurt early in tht half and was a passenger for tr niainder of the game. Reg Date ¡ four of Canterbury's goals, and ville's only goal was scored by Ray shall. The e?.rly match was evenly con and Granville emerged victors 2 Wallace and L. Solomon scored, j On Sunday. Granville played M at Blick Oval in the seconô rep the Sydney Cup. The Granville te¡ ? rearranged after Saturday's defea five of the second grade were pro; Thc- Magpies won 4-2. showing a sal of form and at no time did the ville team look like being beaten defence of Mutch and Johnson Metters score within reason. £ for Granville were E. Hulme Wall and J. Sedgwick 1. For Jv Wagga Wallace and M. Wynn s Next Saturday, Granville go to ' worth Park to play Pyrmont. -?

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