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GOLF CLUB Assoca[?]es [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

GOLF CLUB Assoca es INTER-CLUB MATCH_S.-Last Wed- nesday two Campbelltown teams visited Liverpool, and a very happy day was spent. Our first team defeated Camp belltown's second team by 3 matches to 2, and their first team defeated our j second team 3 and 2. i * * * ' Saturday mixed events are becoming 1 wry popular, and perhaps the largest field ever set out on Saturday to com- pete in the mixed Canadian Foursomes. It was a perfect afternoon and some good scoring resulted. Miss Leila Battye and Keith Loug |ton played very well to win with 65 j nett. j Mrs. Conies and husband Jack, with 1 a handicap of 22, also played sound j golf to finish second with 67 nett. * * * We are pleased to welcome back among us three Associates who are now staging a come-back to golf, after sev- eral years absence from the game viz. Mrs. Clink. Mrs. Reg. Wych and Miss Molly Wych. Mrs. Clink gained sufficient confi- dence to play in the mixed event on Saturday with husband Charles while Marj and Molly, ke...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAP SHOTS FROM THE R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

SNAP SHO^S FROM THE R S L by "Marksman ' A SYDNEY District Court jury re- cently awarded an ex-soldier £460 damages against the vendors of a mixed business who had fraudulently misrepre- sented its weekly takings at the time of the sale. Since war's end the R.S.L. has re- peatedly warned veterans to submit for investigation by the R.S.L. Business Advisory Bureau any proposition for the purchase of a business. This service is still available. This most recent (public) example of opportun- ists fleecing an ex-serviceman should serve as a warning to other veterans: Consult the R.S.L. before you commit yourself to purchase any business. * * * BY THE TIME you read this, League membership in N.S.W. will be knock I ing at the 100,000 mark. That's going I to make certain breast-beaters and cry i havocers fairly uncomfortable, after their ! gloomy predictions of an inevitable col I lapse of the R.S.L. It probably won't stop the 'knockers' | who delight in decrying the work of the I League. T...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

throughout, Maple Leaf has built up a reputation an the beet truck for thc tough jobs. The new models that tue OD the way arc even better and huskier. An amazing increase in the power of the giant engine with a greater operating economy ia ai>, outstanding Maple Leaf improvement. A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT A. C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O.) Liverpool. UB7661 ( lieviolet Truck» and Utilities. Chevrotai ..nd IVn.iae Cars. OUAliTY MEAT I AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from j S. T. PEARCE ! BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phono UB7885 Children Given the ?ame Attention as Adults. SATISFACTION ASSURED ? "??????^?????W--- 1^-ll ??Ililli IIIIIBll ll I lill lill Ililli-I SHAW'S PHARMACY 193 Macquarie Stree1, Liverpool For Accurate Dispensing. To'Iet Preparations. Gifts and Novelties. I M^---H-B^-B-WI 'IHUI m IBMBMBMMBMMMMBM¿ MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream - Confectionery Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor Lottery ricket Agency DOLLS HOSPITAL ANN'...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

THE GARDEN By Geo, Cooper Lti!i'.v> last season very heavy losses .vere sustained by all leading nurserymen ;.nc'. proférions) and amateur gardeners !>y their planls willing and dying off. rho general term 1er this is damping a .id wth a vi-.-w to assisting those . ho may be unfoi ninnie enough to have iliai experience a few .lints on cause and <fleet may conn in useful. In the fir-', place the disease Ls caused by a microscopic fungi, which attack ;he sk ms at gruuivi level. The planes hrirJ fi. id in a lew hours are dead. As ;he J-U'dlin^s arr growin:; so close to- : ethf the disease soon spreads with the . emit that the whole ot tue bed or box .:r< casualties. You will have no trouble or very little if th? following directions are carried .ut. Obtain from ycur chemist some crystal i'-cd .sulphate of copper and some car ".;osate of ammonia. The mixture is as follows: 2 parts finely crystallised sul- phate cf copper and ll paris carbonate of ammonia. All...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION A general meeting of the Legion was held on Thursday night at the Prot- estant Hall. A good night was had by ...lose attending. Several new members were welcomed by the president. Mr. . Wheeler. The Legion's newspaper, The Express, i:as made its debut and by the remarks c/ the memfceis who have received thei» i opy it is a success. The Express will shortly grow lo twelve pages, so write L.' come and tell ns of any new features you would like to sse included in, it. xhii newspaper can be obtained at \/ych's Newsagency or at the bookstall at the railway station. Plans were discussed at the meeting on Thursiay night for a return table "ennis match with the R.S.L. mem- bers. Some tims ago the R.S.L. mem- bers challenged the Legion members to a match and the evening was a great success. Tile return match should te j .¡st as good and all Legion members v;ho wish to take part in the match are asked to roll up to then- nex: meeting when final arrangements Will be made. La...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAMMONDVILLE TENNIS TOPICS By "Observer" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

HAMMONDVILLE TENNIS TOPICS By "Observer" With no tournament play at the week-end and ideal weather mos1 members had a feast of tennis. A new member who has made hi: presence fell is Eric Sligar and he shpuld go a long way in the Club Tournament that is to commence on the first week-end in August. The secretary would like intending participants in the Gents and thc Ladies' Singles Championship tu hand in their names on or be- fore July 27th along willi a sinai i ÍCL of 2/0 Gents, and 2/ Ladies. Thanks t0 there being no dane«, in Liverpool Town Hall last Satur- day night the club was able tu j make a small profit at their dance j on that night. j Ail future dances are cancelled- j Margaret must he getting ready for the tournament judging hy her <!^-' play at the week-end Court controller this week is Mr, S. Pickering who has some- thing coming for somebody. I wonder why most of the malt' members do not race one another to be on the courts first. Perhaps it is the weight o'*...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Grucby First 231 MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL 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. FOR SALE WHEN SHE SAY.'j - ¡TliS' 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, downpipe and guttering; fuel stoves, bicycles, boys or girls. H. Plegg, 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. RAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240; 2000 watt, crear1 and green, £10/10' immediaîe delivery. Sheardown and Bushel, Macquarie St. Liverpool. FLOOR POLISHER, high speed dom. elect, type, £24 cash or terms. Sheardown and BushelL Macquarie St. Liverpool. UB7861. LOOK FOR "RONEFF" TRADERS, Dis- posals Specialists, Advt, in this paper. Greatcoats, Pullovers, etc. REBUILT Car Batteries a ¡ways In stock Motor Cycle Batteries from...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUND ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

SOUND ADVICE If she wants an escort-conduct If sh¿ wants a date--meter, or. If she wants choco'ates-feeder. If she's a poor cook-discharger, iff she eats too much-reducer. If she's wrong-rectifier If she's narrow in her views-amp- lifier« If she wants too much-resistor. If she wants to marry you-elim * inator.

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

fr SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE fr COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ING. fr EA1TERY? CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION. V LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES, O LS, AND GREASES. EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL C. K. HU M PH RVS. A . M']. A . M K.. ! Au'hor sed Inspection Station r<>j>. LIMERICKS Last wetk's Limerick proved too diffi- cult for Uie fans. Entries were the few- est on record and none were anywhere near the mark. We prepose therefore to make this week's competition a little easier again and Uie prize will jackpot to FOUR Re^al Theatre tickets for the bright boy or girl who can add he last missing linc. Fir?t, herc k last week's completed: There was once a young girl from Val- etta, Who «as good but desired to be better, Her boy friend said "Ves, Nothing for it I guess, But to ta'te her to Regal Theatre." NOW TRY Tins ONE, BOYS AND GIRLS . . . There was once a youngr ma», near and mean, , Who broke with his...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY FARMERS Price of Bags [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

POULTRY FARMERS Price of Bags Having brought to the notice <»f poultry fanners the increase in the price of hags and suggestel thal members should not sell their second hand hags under 16/6 per dozen (m.xed grades), the A.P. FA. were contacted hy thc sec- retary of the WSW. Bag and Sack Merchants' Association who rujuested receiving a deputation from their Association on the mat j(CT. The members of ibis depu I tation advised that their Associa lio?? was g. venicd hy I'rices regu- lations, and thal, although it wa their desire that poultry farmers should receive the price for second hand hags to which (hey were en- titled, it would he against the Prices regulations for their Association to pay 16/6 per dozen. They agreed, however, that they would pay the maximum prices for second hand hags. llcmind.T are the prices sci oui in the Prices regulations order: ( ):;ce used wheal, harley and ree .vicks, tree from holes and ilatches. 20/9 'Offal and oat sacks.12/6 Ash. coke, cha...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

LADIES' UNDERWEAR WINTER AND SUMMER All si/o>. S.W.. \\\. O.S-. X.O.S. and X.X-O-S. A ( ioixl Kan^c nf DRESS MATERIALS j ^COTTONS fr 1.1 NF. XS fr SILKS These are Extra S])ecials. W. O'CONNOR MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus' Heard tell there was a very nice even- ing last week at Harry Caines home to celebrate the sixteenth birthday of young Ron. It's a bit late Ron, but many nappies from 'Olympus.' tco. * * * Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. F. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. L. Stanfield, on the arrival of two healthy young daugh- ters. i* * * Fred Twindley's cn the sick list tem pcrarily. having had the misfortune to suffer some very painful facial burns fortunately not serious. * * if It's a wise policy to keep everything under lock and key these nights. Seems to be some well-organised petty thieving going on at the moment. * * # . It won't be long now before the Barnes family's fruit shop is moving to new premises judging by the rate at which th s new ground is being cleared. What's going in the other shop, Cec? j By the way. Johnnie's bought another j car. i * * * i Mrs. Bailey's mother is spending a few week's 'holiday' at Canley Heights. Believe the 'holiday' turned into a...

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

HOCKEY The long-looked-for match was played j last Saturday at Moorebank Oval j against Glebe, and resulted in one-all draw. It was a hard, evenly contested game. Thc ugh the locals had the bet ier r.f the gaJne, Glebe led 1-0 at half g tlie second half they were again iu .nmand of the play, but just could net vnd the net. It looked like curtains, with a minute to go, when they were awarded a short corner. W. Owen made no mistake in evening the .score with one of his terrific hits. j C Grade continued cn their winning i way and defeated St. George 2-0, K. Kidd and R. Burt netting. This game I was bslow their usual standard of play. The passing and positional efforts for which they are noted was sadly lacking, and they have to look to their laurels next Saturday aginst Western Suburbs, who have net bsai defeated to date. Teams for Saturday: B Grade against Balmain Teachers-T. Johnson, A. Owen, A. Reeves, G. Stockton, G. Murphy, A. Stockton, R. Goldfinch E. McCooey, M. Thorne; W. Owen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 July 1947

RETURN THANKS SEABORNE—Mr. John Seaborne, and the sons and daughters of the late Ada Maria Seaborne of Liverpool, sin- cerely thank relatives, friends and neighbours for their floral tributes, telegrams, cards and personal expre- ssions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. SEABORNE—Mr. John Seaborne, and sons and daughters of the late Ada Maria Seaborne, with to thank Drs. Dol??? Brown and O'Brien, Liverpool Ambul- ance Staff, and especally Mrs. W??? ward of Hoxten Park Road, for their kindness during their dear mother's illness and death.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

COLE'S inliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiïï GROCERS SADDLERS HARdWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL LET US QUOTE YOU FOR COOPER LOUVRES Cheaper to Inxial than ANY other kind ot WINDOW -J^- ^ ADJUSTABLE CLASS LOUVRES Complete That Sheltered Nook by enclosing it with (hese MODERN ADJUSTABLE WINDOWS AT CITY PRICES OLLOW THE CROWDS . . to C. R. TEBB ! FAMILY BUTCHER Í30 Terminus Street, Liverpool ~Ashcroft's QUALITY MEAT at Ruling Prices. Phone UB786S K CARLTONS JUE HANDY STORE LACHLAN STREET, ¡ LIVERPOOL j ; for all your j Grocery. Smallgoodb ! Greengrocery Toilet and Medical Needs j ; OrdieTs Delivered Same Day. J j ' 24 Hour Lottery Service j Phone, Liv. 424 ' *üROC¿IÍS " * ' CONFECTIONERS . HAKÍ>\V\KE MKUCIIANTS X ROSE'S GENERAL STOREÍ; 368 Hume Highway f LIVERPOOL Ç At the Mill Road and Hoxton Park£ Road Junction. ¿ HAM AK IJ BEEF. FRUIT ANO VEGETABLES '£ MISS CLARKE $ &l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

They Melt in the Mouth. Delicious CAKES PASTRIES PIES Madd on the premises at HARGREAVES PARK CAKE SHOP Right at the Ma'n Gate Confectionery. Wedding and Birthday Cakes. LEO. REYNOLDS! GENERA LCARRIER SAND ASHES SOIL METAL Say well Road, Macquarie Fields j Phone Ingleburn 271. ÍS YOUR RADIO SICK ? coneult THE RADIO HOSPITAL HARGREAVES PARK (Right at the Gates) Jugs, Irons, Toasters, Radiators Radios, etc Sold and Serviced JUST INSIDE THE GATES HARGREAVES PARK TURNBULL & GREAD FAMILY BUTCHERS "QUALITY" OUR MOTTO Why Travel Farther and Fare Worse ? L W. SAYLE (Ex. Ailf.) CHEMIST HARGREAVES PARK At Main. Gates MEDICINES BABY FOODS COSMETICS Bl-Weekly Developing and and Printing Service. Limited Supplies of Films. Phone Liv. 250. CARROLL'S HARGREAVES PARK. CHOICE SMALLGOODS fl Fresh Da3y FRESH CUT SANDWICHES ! HOT PIES FRESH RABBITS ( Right Opposite School WHY GO TO TOWN ? O'NEILL'S HARGREAVES PARK L STORE I j is Right at Your 'Door | fr Smallgoods \ ?Soft Drinks fr Fruit and Ve...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

HOCKEY The games last Saturday resulted in a win and a loss and the best hoekey of the season was witnessed, both gaines being played at a terrific pace. B Grade defeated Balmain Teachers 11-0. the scorers being A. Beeves (4), M. Thorin <3>, R. Goldfinch (2), H. Cullen and E. McCovey. This team and Glebe are leading in the competition with 21 points, with four matches to play. C Grade went down to Western L«bures 4-2 (scorers K. Ward and R. 7 hern; > bul were not disgraced as "A;..ierr. Suburbs is undefeated so far this sa-on. This team should make the suin-íüuils and with a little luck should turu Ür¿ table; cn their older and more experienced opponents. Next Satin day's games will be played at Moorebank. C Grade ¡neets University at 1.45 p.m. Hie following' players have been selected: F. Hubbard M. Hogan I R. Thorne r P. Deadman R. Burt R. Light í. Cameron H. Ward K. Kidd R. Stockton D. Rix Kj»ei-ve&: P. Coughton (.back); R. Hocking (half); K. Ward (forwar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

MODELS OF EFFICIENCY ! from light deliveries to the toughest heavy duty job chevrolet presents a truck cr utility that will do the job more efficiently and more economically. Among the outstanding advancements is on improved 6-cylinder overhead valve engine greatly increased in power, yet with lower running cost than ever before. CHEVROLET TRUCKS & UTIUTIES PRODUCTS OF GENERAL MOTORS A. C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O.) Liverpool. UB7661 Chevrolet Trucks and Utilities. Chevrolet and Pontiac Cars. OUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB7885 Children Given the Same Attention as Adults. SATISFACTION ASSURED AUSTRAL AGAIN! Another Great Feast of Fun, Food and Dancing SATURDAY, 9th AUGUST, 1947 Best Supper in the District Served Barbecue. Style. Eat, Drink and be Merry, AU for a Donation of 3/-. MACQUARIE STREET MILK BAR M. B. scon (late Mrs. Burton) Ice Cream Confectionery Soft Drinks Registered Milk Vendor L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

Regal THEATRE, UVERPOOL 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 e:incels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depend upon pub'.:'' response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY 25th and 26th July June Havdr, Vera Ellen, Ge>o. Montgomery in "THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE'' "DICK TRACEY v. CUEBALL' Saturday M?tinee "TARZAN TRIUMPHS" (G) "SING ME A SONG OF TEXAS" (G) MONDAY and TUESDAY 28th andi 29th July Ul response to numerous requests Again THE JOLSON STORY" ,G) (Jn Technicolor) with Larry Parkes and . Evelyn Keyes. Plus SELECTED SHORTS WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 30th and 31st July Two ''Main" Feature3 Robert Young, Dorothy MacGxiire in "CLAUDIA AND DAVID (A) "TRRILL OF BRAZjlL'* (G) J. ROWELL HAULAGE CONTRACTOR REMOVALS PARCEL DELIVERY Promptly Supplied Sand, Ashes, Soil, Metal, etc. 'Phone Liv. 34 HILLTOP SHEETMET AL AND GENERAL ENGINEERING WORKS 110 Newbri...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. Loyal Liverpool Lodge, No. 488 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

M.U.LO.O.F. Loyal Liverpool Lod(ge, No. 488 At the meeting on July 17th. our ¿Mcsate to Hie Annr.al District Con I vt. ii rn. P.O. Bro. Steel gave his re L_rt and enlightened us on the proposed amendments to the rules. P.G. Bro. Ccoke and P.G. Sis. Steel ?p-ke on the success of the conference nid th? efforts of the Social Commute? and the people of Liverpool in making it co successful. Ere. Hindmarsh wants to know - Whs i-e i¿ Bro Nicholas? Is he still on tap? Where was Bro. West on Conference Eay? Ain't the painting done yet, Westy ?

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