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LIMERICK COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

LIMERICK COMPETITION A'.nvM c.mc; entry thi> we. k \v:.- F. Garside. HoMon I'aik K< a-1, Liverpool- t oui)ilflcd lim I hen- was once a yoting man near at ul mean. % Who lin ike willi Iiis, ti ir! cl», ar and clean. I i >a;d with ri'^rtt. "You're loo dear fur mc, pet. S in-, you started io hann! Wei: and Green." .Vow try to find a t^otid last linc for tin's one: I ii re was once a vouii^ artist, Dohe'l. Wim painted decidedly weil. When tired of daubing, You'd find him absorbing,

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

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY 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 conducted EVERY WEDNESDAY at 2 p.m. Phone UB7837 H. Cummings, prop, FOR SALE WHEN SHE SAY.'j - ÍES' go to Weir and Oreen for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. DRUMS, 5 to galls.; Iron, flat or corrugated, downpipe and guttering; fuel stoves, bicycles, boys or girls. H. Flegg, 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. BAND ELECTRIC STOVKTTK.- 240v. 2000 watt crear«1 and creen. 121G/I0/ lmmediate delivery. Sheardown and Bushel, Macquarie St. Liverpool. FLOOR POLISHER, high speed dom. elect, type, £24 cash or terms. Sheardown and BusheM.. Macquarie St. Liverpool. TJB78G1. LOOK FOR ' RONEFF" TRADERS, Dis- posals Specialists, Advt, in this paper. Greatcoats, Pullovers, etc. REBUILT Ca- Batteries always in stock, Motor Cycle Batteries fro...

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

RETURN THANKS Mrs. L. BILLETT, son Leonard and daughter Fay wish to thank all rela- tives friends and neighbours for floral   tributes, cards and kind expressions of sympathy, in their recent sad bereave- ment. Also Drs. Pirie, Dobell-Brown and O'Brien for their kind attention to their late husband and father.

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 — 24 July 1947

êSNAP SHOTS FROM THE RSL by "Marksman ' HERE me some ancmalies in the re- cent p_nsien mcr&ase legislation which may well receive the early attention oí the Treasurer: ? The weekly 5/- increase paid to widows, invalid pensioners and old-age pensioners under Social Services became effective on July 3rd. War widows, ser- vice pensioners and 'special rate' war pensioners did not get their increase until July 10. a week later. They lose 5'- because the amending Bill specified ihe first pay day in July for the increase. Repatriation Department says only a fur- ther amendment to the Act can put Ripatriatian pensioners and Social Ser- vices pensioners on an equal footing. 1 ? The dependent wife of an invalid j pensioner- jeceived the 5/- increase; the I ae^ indent wife of a permanently un i employable service pensioner is still on I the same rate. ^ ? No addition was made to the contin- uing allowance paid to the widow of an ex-serviceman who was receiving a war pension, but whose ...

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

GOLF ASSOCIATES Té..: :;]?()!-:" i tiiii..'! ilion mi Wccines . ay. K".u mst. wa.-, won by Mrs. An ; ivs with a neU 78. , Miss Uwoa !¿wcik:rl won Die sUMe- 1 ;orU * \cut on S.i-uroay uiih ;¡2 points . :.d Airs. G. iJü.ir.e wu«, ninner-up with .1 ; imus. Tliu trophy lu.- Ul..- event was ..-nated by Mess E' SirtiU). Results ol matches, lirst round cham .|ms.lii|>: Mrs. CnJive drf^akdi Mrs. ..usell, Miss Cox deleated Mrs. An e'.rews, Mrs. Hunt defeated Mrs. Watts, Tiiss Varncy defeated Miss Sullivan. Second divisien: Mrs. Williams de- bated Mrs. Longton, Miss P. Williams , dafeated Mrs. Chapple, Mrs. Anderson defeated Miss E. Kershler, Miss Sweik ert defeated Miss L. Battye.

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 — 24 July 1947

HAMMONDVILLE TENNIS TOPICS by "Observer"' Tournament matches \vtre con- tinued at the 'Vdle on Saturday last, and some very fine tennis was witnessed, although the final two s .ts of the day were not as spec .acular as the others, as unfortun .-.iely two of the players had par- taken in three well fought sets earlier in the afternoon, and met :\vo, who as one would descrihe them 'waiting for the pickings', '.hey not having played earlier I However, that's the luck of th-' \ game. Tlic first sci of thc day, Scott j and Kennedy v Morley and Worth saw the latter run out easy win- ners, 6-2. However, the former pair were then beginning to fee. 'heir legs and won the next 7-5. ? hi-! final set saw Mime fine ten- nis, and the games scores see-saw- ed all thc wav to end 9-7 in favour (.Í Morlee and Worth. Ken gave ¡cn», th. impression he: was going it.) his wedding instead of a tennis ' ' >urn:;!iie.H judging hy his ner ! ' us;iess. Scott and Kennedy play d well, hut tile odvr pair foun...

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

¡Neglected Children i Locked in Home A pitiful case of the neglect of five young children whose ages run from 9 months to seven years, was exposed befor^ Mr. Isles, Special Magistrate, at Liverpool on Monday, when Mr. Johnson, representing the Child Welfare Department, recounted h's experiences when he visited! the home of the youngsters in Hargrave Park on 17th July. Mr. Johnson said that thc- Wel- fare Officer al Hargrave Park i nd contacted him about thc chiid lcn. He found them in a filthy i.;ndition, and suffering from ring . urms and impetigo and, sour . iie bedding was filthy, with no Mieuts and inadequate blankets. Th.re was little food in the ll,.'ilise and lie saw refuse that had I accumulated tor days. Enquiries j among neighbours disclosed that jtiie children had been left in this ../lidition for days. Witness also w dirt)' crockery in the f.at, and .¡¡e clothing of the children was i igged and lorn . Neither parent v.as present during the inspection. Witness phoned the ...

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

CHURCH NOTICES THE SALVATION ARMY invites you to THE PROTESTANT HALL. Hume Highway Sunday ll a.m. Holiness Meeting. 2.30 p.m. Junior Meeting. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. Tuesday 2.30 p.m. Women's Home-League. Junior Meetings also held at Hoxton Park and Hargreavt? Park. Sunday. 2.30 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday. Jnlv 27<¡h LTVFRPOOL-ll a.m. Mr. B. Austin: 7 p.m. Her. C. Moore. INGLEBURN-11 a.m. Rev. C. Moore. POSITIONS VACANT CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS LIMITED VACANCIES EXIST 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 MILLS PTY. LTD. VACANCIES . GIRLS AND WOMEN REQUIRED EXCELLENT WAGES and j AWARD CONDITIONS j Apply a*. Mill REILLY ST., LIVERPOOL Phone Liv. 322 or Liv. 346 GIRLS TO LEARN DRESSMAKING a'so experienced machinists, high waites, good 1 KUI uses and condi- tions. Music while you work, an...

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

CABRA VALE CHATTER Fü-gt-ciasa Constable HoUtagö has been officially notified that be i be the resident offlcer-ln-charge at new Police Station to be opened In C rainatta soon. OOo Mr. Walter Wearne, of 78 Rail Parade, was driving Iiis car in I Road, neai- the St. John's Park 1 Office when a collision occurred wit] cycle ridden by James Marks, last W ntsday. Marks, who suffered oon<j ^ion and shock, was conveyed to Lit yool Hospital. oOo 1 There was a gathering of over seveir iriends and relatives in the Mat ;< Hall on Saturday. 12:h inst, to celet >i ihe birthdays ol' Miss Mary McKay *f and brother William (18) of Longf Street. Mr. Ron White proved an ( lient M.C. and the evening, devoted carnes, dancing and musical items w with a swing. Laurie O'Brien as piai l.rovided all that the young people a td for and Mrs. W. Young was rom ly applauded for her soprano solos. 1¡ Arnold Bailey of Canley Vale propoj ;he tcast of the Guests of Honour dur! the supper, and...

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

GOSSIP Miss Mu vis E^an ol' Liverpool C. P.S. ¿nd ¡li¿-ije Suxct, is enjoying two weeks holiday at Katoomba. Mis. Mick Crinion and Patricia arc away enjoying un extended hoJicay on the Ci inion Country estate at Yarraville, ail from Kiinjis.y. Mick is batching, and has pno.:ud Smithtown 54 M-vcral UiiK.s ainady. i We suspect Mes. C. jnjtihi, get an urg-mt invitation home again soon!» Wal-h oui 1er these coming lo the Re;;n] soon . . . "The J:;1.VJ¡I bLory' on Monday and Tuesday next. 'Ceasar and Ckopatia.' one of the biggest films of the year. 'Return of Monte Cristo"; 'The Razer's Edge,' the exceptionally fine 'De- votion' with Ida Lupino and Olivia de Havilland; James Cagney's Rue Made- line*; Barbara Stanwyck's 'Gay Sisters.; the surprise film 'Angel on My Shoul- der'; Bette Davis in 'Stolen Life ; every- body's favorite Errol Flynn in Northern Fursuii.'; Neel Coward's 'Brief Encoun- ter' and the Technicolor musical Spring- time in the Rockies" on the same bill. * * * Six hun di ...

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

NEWS OF THE LEGION Eiilríci Ccuncil met az Cabramatta on Friday night last. This was the firsL nuciinu under the new name of South tin Metropolitan District Council. The aieas under this council will be Liverpool. Cabra-Va:s. Fairfield, Guildford and Merrylands. Mr. Cole attended as the représenla i ivs from H.Qrs. After th? m:-eting the delegates were entertained at a social evening run by the Cabra Vale sub-branch. The evening proved a success and as two delegates of Ulis sub- branch were present, i. may be discuss- ed at our next general meeting as lo the arrangement of having a social ni-jht at this sub-branch. * * * A few* iv; oks ago our Publicity Officer asked fer news items, etc. of members for this column. So far we have not re- ceived any. What is the hold-up? Vis want any news, births, marriages, tte. We can use these news items and cth:r msmusri want to read about the Legion activities, its social ife and what gees on generally. So far we have only teen able M spy out ou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALE OF A PUNTER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

TALE OF A PUNTER IRoy Caterson bon owed two bob from his wife to ga to Canterbury races. A friend drcve him out. Roy picked a ten-to-one shot in the first race and put tlie £1 cn a hundred-to-one shot in the second race; it won. In the third race he got a fifty-to-one winner, and in the last race plunged the whole £5000 cn another rank outsider, which carne herne at 8 to 1. Cn his way heme with £40.000 he met a friend who insisted on going to his house for a 'friendly' game of poker. By midnight he had won another ten thousand pound. In the last hand of the night he bought three cards to two jacks and drew three queens. As his luck had teen in all day he proceeded tc bet the whole £50 000. His oppon- ent finally saw him fer the £50.000. Roy threw hi- cató on the table say- ing: -You will have io te good to beat this. " Said his oppenent, putting down his cards: "I win-.'our aces." When the impeberished Roy arrived heme his worriad wife asked him: 'How did you get on?" Roy lit a ciga...

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

THE GARDEN By Geo. Cooper An ar.ide cn Carnations hes ¡.cc: ie qvu's.ed, £0 aere we arc. Ca:natio.;o are ¿.ct diiiicult to grow, and mers are few scils in wnich, givsn thc cc.1 eut pre- para lien, they will net thrive. If it is at all sandy, add some heavy l:a¡n, well decayed manure a goad dress- ing of bonetust an., l.nie and vegetable matter, or kai mould. If heavy and sticky, give a good lressing of lime add sand, well duaysd stable litter, leaf mould ar...i a t'O-a dressing of benedust ^na ivc.úiia1'. Dig the lot well in, and laise the Le.L w?U above the paths and all:v. i :..i.lt lor a week or two. The ted should bs in an ojvn position, where j H 0.u j-l.nuy ci sLinlishu I j C.: rna lions may lu >:bnl3d m any I I :- t ot the j ear. bat lo blaoms in ihe I ! ij:...g. Un.) :..Lii)d \:s ; lar.tcd in flic i 1 vi.Liuni und :"'.<;. v.inr.r blooms, in th:- ' r.'i.iin 2 ci early Sjrcrr.?r. SM i:.e plants , ..beul cns IVJ. aijaii and thc rows j - ho ale- L- ct Kas: 13 inche...

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

WHEATLEYS ! HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAiRS Only the Best Workmanship. Trv US .'dsn for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS fr Solid Leadicr Attach" ("ases. fr Solid Leather Glad st «rn Han ?sb» Sr.!.cases. fr Schi »ul Cases WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL UB7826 fr SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE fr COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ING. fr BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION. fr LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES OILS, AND GREASES. EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL fi. K. HUMIMIRYS, A.MM . A.M . E., IV«ip. Authorised Inspection Station LET CULLEN'S OUOTE For your next job of DÜCOING & DULUXING Craftsmanship with Economy ALL MOTOR REPAIRS GENERAL ENGINEERING PAT CULLEN HUME HIGHWAY AND PIRIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7815 i RECIPE FOR LOVELY HANDS Rub a Little Raymur Hand Cream in thoroughly, three or four times a day. ROUGH, RED, OR CHAPPED HANDS QUICKLY IMPROVE due to the soothing activity of RAYMUR HAND CREAM PRICE. 1 /- per bo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

The strength and efficiency needed lor capacity delivery work plus the passenger car comfort you want for leisure, are combined in lhe>e new Chevrolet Utilities. Increased engine pov/er with gi cater operating economy is hut one of the many improvements featured in the '-mart Chevrolet Utility range. A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT A. C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O.) Liverpool. UB7661 Chevrolet Trucks and Utilities. Chevrolet and Pontiac Cars. DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS, N.S.W. OPPORTUNITY FOR TRADESMEN BOILERMAKERS BLACKSMITHS FITTERS TURNERS IRON MACHINISTS ELECTRICAL MECHANICS CABLE JOINTERS CARPENTERS CAR AND WAGON BUILDERS CAR PAINTERS Annual Leave, Free Passes, Sick Pay and Pension Benefitp. PERMANENT WORK 40 HOURS WEEK Apply: Employment Officer, 2ndl Floor, Central Railway Station, Sydney. 1 S. K. NICHOLAS. J Secretary for liai I ways- jj DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS, N.S.W. PORTERS (Junior an di Adult) LABOURERS ENGINE CLEANERS (I7J fo 35 vrars) FUELMEN CAR CLEANERS SHOP BOYS SUB-STATI...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

GOSSIP Twins arrived on Monday to Mr and Mrs John Taylor of Charles Street Liverpool and we offer our felicitations "Hie twins are grandchildren of the late Seigeant Taylor, ex-Mayor of Liverpool * * * Still another new arrival-this time " ñne son to Mr and Mrs Dickie Stephens of Chipping Norton, on Sat- i nrday last. We liked Dickie ringing us up to tell us at 12 25 a m Sunday morn- ing * ?<? * I Would you like to heai the 6 o'clock time gentlemen please" set to music' This is a ti eat ni store when Joe gets ii' new public address system installed n Hotel Mainsbridge It 11 be a great aung on Joes vocal chords and also hic tootsies No more running upstairs L call boarders to the phone

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

NOW, for * PAINTS !). .1 .Vin fur li- \.L.M. :iiid '1 n\lui ">. hunts. MOOREBANK HARDWARE STORE 110 NEWBRIDGF ROAD, MOOREBANK Antill ¡or: \.<;.i:. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. . Jujix Irons, Toasters, etc. FREE DELIVERY J. T. Farren. pni]> Phone, L*r. 52.

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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

HOCKEY -« Each of the local teams ad another victory to their record. Both teams showed good fe in the first half of their gan* g but the second halves were (y V mediocre. 'C Grade had its revenge aga ¡ University (who defeated i i team in the first games of the s G ! son), winning by 3-1 : H. Ware I R . Thorne 1, being the ácorersT*T I "B' Grade defeated Cumberlj\ut 4-1, M. Thorne 2, E. McCooej R. GoldfMich 1, scoring. Next Saturday, "both grades m>H< Eastern Suburbs at Moore!; ?*?? Oval. First game, C. grade 1-45. Following are the players sel' ed: 'C Grade: T. Johnson, Hosan. P. Oughton, G. Burt. R.'Thorne. H- Ward. R. Lit Burt. P. Deadman, I. Cam«! D. Rix. Reserves'. F. Hubbi . Goal. R. Hocking, half. O. C; eron. forward "B"'nade: G. Stockton. ¡ Owen. W. Owen. A. SrockjJ,,,^ G . Murnhy, D. Ash R. GoMfiL E. McCooey M ? Thorne, f __ Reeves. TT. Cullm. Rf^serve. *^ The Berrima District H.C. Reeves. t>ttWi'"îif"> Viv 77 »«TOPU. LiwrnnOl ! v,-!,,^ i", TI,O nenlev ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

I CABRAMATTA j Furniture SulerooMus (RIGHT OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) _THIS WEEKS SPECIALS _ ! Porcelain Ice Chest, good or j der £2/1 "5/ ¡ 3ft. Pink Kapok Bedding, as ! new £2 19 6 Three quarter Maple Bedstead wire and bedding £3/10 Solid Oak Dressing Table, bevelled mirror . £4 10 6 extra special öfter in Maple I Bedstead, and wire, as tol- lo ws: i 2 only 3ft. Maple Bedsteads, wiîfi cubilóle leg i ¡nish, witt:- j «cod w re to m¿tcl . as new ¡ j £K 10'- j Lounge Chai:s £1 2 G Veiy nice Genoa Velvet Set ee and cushions reached. ¡ I re io - j 4.fi. x 6ft. Kapok Bedding, I | Good order £l/i5/ | <*rt. x 6rt. Maple Bedstead, good wne £¿/5' sit x 2.t, Table 15/ - Oak Lowboy, well fitted, tor £6 19 6 Cheaper line £4, 19 6 Latest low back Sideboard for £3 19 6 Special otter in Threequavler Oak Bcüsicad, Union Jack wu e and 10 inch inner spring matu ess, new, good, com- plete £17 10 Heavy filled Doub-e Bedding £2 10 3ft. Panel Oak B-dstc-.d Ike m.'/. 12 19 6 2.1. x 6il. Oak Bens...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" B. Grade Luerpool suffered its first defee the hands of Riverstone after a te^ battle last Sunday Victory went top locals m the final minutes of play, f a penaLy kick right in front Score L A. Grade R About 250 made the trip from L* pool and Riverstone kicked off Lefo good crowd Coughlm scored fro penalty and aftei li minutes Mu dummied effectively and the score ;. 5-0 Half-time score was 7-3, Coug' kicking another penalty In the s°cond half Coughlm add« , more ficm a penalty and Bortlr . scoicd a try final scoie being 12-6 The game &<? a sj.ectacle was ma bj iougn nd i<-casionally foul play C. Grade Liverpool defeated South Panam_ 9-4, Starr scoring two very nice trie D. Gradle " In the semi-finals D Grade defe East Fa!}ramat,a at Richmond Smith and .Laretti scored tries, Tu a goal. Next Week D Grade v Fairfield at Merrylands C Grade v Merrylands at Liverpool B Grade v Guildford at Liverpool A Grade v Guildford at Liverpool C...

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