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WEDDING BELLS SIMMONS—DONOVAN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

WEDDING BELLS SIMMONS-DONOVAN A pretty little wedoing was solemn I i.ed at Cabramatta Memorial Church on Saturday last when Dorothy Jean, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Donovan was jomed m Holy Matrimony by Rev. fteell to Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Simmons. The bride, who wore a gown of white nll-c\er lace with tulle veil earned a mouquet of carnations, stocks and hya- cinths. Her attendants, Mrs. Guest and Miss Valerie Simmons were m yellow organdi, embossed with white flowers with matcning nats and bouquets of red car- nations, roses and sweet peas. Mr. Maurice Keyte acted as best man .aid Mr. Allan Simmons was grooms- man . At the reception, guests were received by the mothers of the bride and groom conjointly. After the breakfast the happy couple left for The Entrance where the honey neon will be spent.' -?

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

IN THE GARDEN By George. Cooper THIS ircnth >cur garden should bj new be all broken up preparatory to geling all you Spring and Summer flcwermg plants and seeds in. Dan'i forget to dig in all the old compost jou can. find laying around, adding at th" same time a liLeral dressing of bone dust or blood and bone, about one hand- ful to the square yard. If the ground has had a good liming for the previous .-rap i" will be right but if not then give a good dressing of lime. Flower seeds to fow now are as fol- lows: Gypsophila, Kochia, Mangold, | Mignonette, Nasturtum, Phlox, Sapü glossis Scabiosa Statice Verbena anc5 -i.nnia. Plants of all the above may be I put out now providing they are avail ' able. In the Vegetable garden sow French "Beans Beet, Silver Beet, Carrot, Celery Cucumbers in coastal areas; Leek Let- tuce Parsley Parsnip Peas, Radish Tomatoes, Herbs, Rhubarb and Potatoes. For this district the best varieties of ; Lectuce to sow now are Imperial 547, Iceberg and Mignonett...

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

COLE'S piiliillliilllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiï GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL LET US QUOTE YOU FOR COOPER LOUVRES Cheaper to mttal than ANY other kind at WINDOW \fiS3SB33E& ADJUSTABLE CUSS LOUVRES Compile That Nook by enclosing it willi 'hese MODERN ADJUSTABLE WINDOWS AT CITY PRICES FOLLOW THF CROWDS . ! K C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 TermJius Slreel, Liverpool Aslicroti'i. QL'ALiJY .ULA i al Ruling 1'rices. Phone ÙB786F ^âRLTOM - 1ME HANDY STORE LACHLAN STREET, I LIVERPOOL for all your Grocery. Smallgoodis Greengrocery Toilet and Medicad Needs 'Orders Delivered Same Day. 24 Hour Lottery Service , Phone, Liv. 424 '^GÊÔCÉRS * * * * 'CO'NVECTIONEBS ,| HARDWARE MERCHANTS [ROSE'S GENERAL STORE; 368 Hume Highway LIVERPOOL 11 Road anti H 1 Road Junction. ? f HAM AND BEEF FRUIT AND y t VEGETABLES X | (Late Evershed's) Y j MACQUARIE ST , LIVERI'OOl y QUALÏTY B...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

THE COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION The C.W.A. held its monthly meet- ing on Thursday, July 10th in the Rest Room. Tne Presiaeni (Mrs. MacDonald) was m the chair. It was deemed to officially open the R.st Room on Thursday, 31st July a. 2.30 p.m. and invitations sent to loca, i repiesentatives. Rapoits from voiumarj helpers were io ihe effect that all whe . had used the Rest Room had remark- ed what an asset it was to the town and a boon to all shoppers arid anyon, with a long wait between buses. Many people were under the inxpres sion that the room was cnly open foi C.W.A. members,. Tins is incorrect It is open to all women. A cup of tea can be obtained at any tune between, lu a.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday to Friday and 'tollst facüiuei are available. Manj mothers nad used tne room w give bat>.> a bottle and a voluntary helper is al- ways in attendance to help m every way possible. Mrs. Chapman of Crossroads (phone Liv. 233) was appomted Rest Room sec- retary. Will any member unable to ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

YOUR OWN HOME Pariamatta - Granville Cabramatta Fairfield and Liverpool Grcup and Co- operativa Building Societies have al- ready advanced £1250,000 to home 'Luildeis and home buyers. The teiminatmg Co-operative Build- ing Societies which is new in the past ten yeais, have advanced ovci £40 mil- lion, is now recognised as the best nethoa of home finance m Australia. Tr" "S'ueties, whicn are Uuly co | "p iptne provide loans of 100 pei cent j c the total value up to £1250, 90 per . .cn u,1 to £1540 and 80 pei cen- up to £2240 oi the house and land Interest late is cny 4 per cent Home plans and I oiicmors aie provided foi home i bulleen ncm £2/12/6 I/-gal fees are two-thuds of the scale cost and îepay | ments aie much less than,rent and are ' i c1 o\"i 22 2/3 yeais Being a Co cpeiative Society no one makes a profit tut of i he Societies' opeiations and the Gioup, winch is the largest in Australia has exceptionally low omhead costs. J1JL> SJCILIICS aie su] e \ued by the Government. I...

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

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING Pleased to report that there's a light in Murphy's Bridge, the road has been repaired and the overhanging trees cut back ."ill * * * Mrs MacCarre, at present in hospi- tal with tonsilitis and quinsy, is doing quite well. * * * Alter many years of patient endeavour, the efforts of the Canlty Heights Pro -,ie;b Association are to be rewardsd. Understand a post office vill shortly be euaUished "on the hill,' and will be known as Canley Heights Post Office, which is a step of real importance, as by this action we become a seperatc entity and find our place on the map. So watch your mail m the near future -don't forget . . CANLEY HEIGHTS. * * * j Mr and Mrr. 'Tony' Saywell and family have returned from a holiday at I Eondi. 1 * * ^ | M-ny letters being received concern-i m3 the resumption of land by the State | Housing Commission. Who the proudest Gi andad in Can ' ley Heights. Ask M.J.O.-he knows. Mr and Mrs. Arnold Morrison have low i etui ned to the distnct + * ...

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

Page Two 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 holdeis cancels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depend upon public response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY \ui;nsl 1 and 2 Errol Flynn, Julie liishop, Helmut Daiitinc in "NORTHERN PURSUIT" (A), Also "Meanly**, 'the Wonder Horse, in "BLACK BE4UTY" (G) Saturday Matinee Specials: * MY FRIEND FLICKA" (Technicolor) "BLACK BEAUTY" (C) MONDAY and TUESDAY August 4lh and 5th Roy Rogers and "Trigger" in "MY PAL TRIGGER" (G) Also Constance Moore and All Star Cast in "EARL CARROLL'S SKETCHBOOK" (G) WEDNESDAY and' THURSDAY August 6th and 7th SPECIAL. Rette Davies, and Paul Henreid in "A STOLEN LIFE' (A) Also Richard Dix in "SECRET OF THE WHISTLER' (G) Same programme at Housewives Matinee. Thursday. 11 a.m. COMING-2 "Main" Features Lucille Hall. C<"T»e Brent, in "LOVER COME BACK" Tac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION Rehabilitation Problems.-Most rehab- ilitation benefits for ex-servicemen and women ceased on June 30th, except for those who havt been discharged less than a year. Anycne desiring training for a tiade, medical benefits ether than war-caused or monetary assistance .should consul the secretary of their local sub-branch to discover what -^> now a\ailable to thtm. * * « * I Wc noticed Dou? has not jet bought a new tie The surf club was still as blight as ever iasi Setuiday momin *licn w> --aw it at the L dies Auxiliary Still in Macquane Stieet Is it the Ice beig s official badge Doug' We did net kno'\ j ou liad joined ui°t club also Also pl^a'td to see Peter Nichols back among the laci again Pete said that wc wue hawi,g 'onie warm Heather here on Saturday morning so from the depth ?> ol oui r\ercoatb and scarves we an rwered Glad to see you back again Pebei -we had a goou time at the Ball-see you at the next meeting and then went j back to the open fire to k...

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

RONEFF TRADERS (.Re^üjLcvtd; DISPOSAL SPECIALISTS "NO COUPONS" TROUSERS (Blue Scigei as neh 19 6 una 2* o. -íAAF IL'ivICS (Blue Seigü) as new. 15 - and 19 S. Felt-lined Zipper Overalls (Khaki) ioins foi la 6. jt-tor-Cydisis Waterproof Tiojsei.s - isis 2* b, 2nds 19/0. Coiduroy Kicimg Breeches, as new 19/6 ..ainc-dus (Kr.aki) as new, 49/6 Raincapes, new conaition and only 15; - .v.A.A.*. ovliHuoAiS ¿9/6 and 43/6. GVERCOATS (Aimy) 25,-. As new. ii-jue^rs (iUjaki Seigej 15/- and 17/6 IrouLers <K.D.) as new, 12/6 jum Boots, peiiect concation and only 15/-. iVcraen's Blue Seige Skirts, 17/6 Jemens (Khaki) Slack Suits, (Serge) ¿i - per set. »Vcmen's (Khaki) Overalls (frock type) 10/6 Underpants and Singlets <C. and W.) 3/- each Singlets (Athletic) as new, 2/6 ..'Ulloveis (Burgundy) 9/6. (Blue) 10/6 Blankets, 1¿U quality 19/6, 5 size, each itugs, bush type, 21/- each Shir LE-K.D. 8 "'6; RAAF (small) 7/6; RAAF Werk Jackets 3/G Shorts (Khaki) 8/6. Boots 12'6. 13/6 .&...

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VISIT BY ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

VISIT BY ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL ¡JOwmY Cn Saluiiay last, 150 mtmbars of the Royal Australian liistoiical Soc- iety \ Lit ed Liveip-ool and nude an 'excursion of the southern portion of the ditlrict. TLc party, on arrival at Liverpool at 10.30 a.m. was met by the Mayor, Alderman B. C. Fitzpatrick. Euimg the day, an extensive survey of places ol liistoiical interest was taken, . nd among ths places visited were the Collingwood Wool Scour; Challenge Woollen Mills; Collingwood House; Sop -ícnberg, which is new incorporated with the Collingwood Estate, being that part adjunimg the Ee Mcnck at Casula, Casula, the lesidcnce of H. Jardine; the Ud home of Dr. Dunmore Lang, Sta ?ion 2FC, Glenfield Farm, at present c-upied t>\ Mr. and Mr&. J. F. Lea t-ock, and Glenfield House, which is 114 years old and ena of the oldest exist . ig buildings, m the State of New South Wales. The filial visit was io Macquarii Fields Houte at Macquarie Fields. Lunns the day, Mr. Havaid, F.R.H.S . ...

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

FOR LOVELY HANDS | always tue ï I RAYMUR f ¡HAND CREAM 1/-| IA. T MURRAY i i MP.S I X Chem'st UB 7642 Ï v.. ... * A NEWCOMBE HOXTON PARK STORE Big New Stocks GROCERIES SMALLGOODS CONFECTIONERY HARDWARE CHILDREN S LUNCHES AH the needs of he Farmer and the Motorist. YOUR GREENGROCER. CEC. BARNES Ashcroft Street, Canley Heights (nar Toinsott's Butchery) FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DAILY Delivered Freely >»M * M.GOO» S. DIXICACIES Fiesh Daily-fit} Pi iced at J KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New CAM13R1DOE SnuUlgoods. IUIJJCCO and Cigarettes, SandwtobM Thone UB7624 V^#^J%^^«J*J%'M¡,*%*VVVV WWWW* » I MURRAY'S * i BREAD W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST. 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. ¿. For All Classes of .{. X FLORAL ART £ } CLARICE IIOUGH& X 187 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 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/3 . í hS' go to Weir and Green for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. DRUMS, 5 to 80 galls., Iron, flat or corrugated, downpipe and guttering; fuel stoves, bicycles, boys or girls. H. Flcg¿, 231 Hume Highway, Liverpool. RAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240v. 2000 watt, cream and green, £16/10/ Immedlate 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. FLORAL O.S. Sparva Frocks, shades Maroon, Blue, Brown and Navy. 52/6 8 coupons at Rosalind's Frock Salon, Macquarie St. Liverpool. LOOK FOR "RONEFF" TRADERS, Dis- po...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SNAP SHOTS FROM THE R.S.L. by "Marksman' [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

Ï ,1 SNAP %0 SHOTS FROM THE RSL by "Marksman ' MANY Ex-Servlcemen anxious to se cuie tools and equipment from surplus war stores have resented the fact that goods at Dilposals Comrmsaion sale: are offered in bulk and not singly. This letter from the assistant gen- eral manager of the Disposals Commis- sion, following enqmnes by the R.S.L. should clear up the position for them 'Auctioneers are msiructed that, wherever possible, the highest biddei must be given the right to take one tv>c or more of the uems. any balancj remaining to be offered again in on. lot and sold to the hisheso bidder." Tjhe perfect night. The Re- union Ball, Tuesday, 5th August, all welcome. LOST AND FOUND Department - Many former army men (including pm~ner- cf war) are not aware tha* they can claim reimbarstment for per- sonal kit lost cr destroyed during the war It's not a veiy generous allow ance for anything of value which may have been lost for Aimy says they are entitled to claim only for 4 handkerchie...

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

OB^v HILLTOP SERVICE STATION ^& ^P^^^^^S5 HO NEWBRIDGE ROAD, MOOREBANK *lxi ySÊÊk K3TOR ENGINEERING IW Ma jo» Repairs Executed with Minimum Delay ^*ffl^B^ ft ACCESSORIES it NEW' BATTERIES <- TYRES Phone Liverpool 52. + RETREADING '*U \\33"LID Î .:?ECT:CN STATEOri OPEN 9 A.M. TILL .\TOON ON SU?JDAYS. "NEWPRO' Electric Hover Brooders WITH MICRO ACTCMATÍC SWITCH "NEWPRC" E 225 CAPACITY "NEWPRO" E.425 CAPACITY" The "Newpro" Electric Hover Brooders are fitted with Micro Automatic Switch uhich will keep accurate temperatures ;it all times. Adjustable legs to three lengths make it possible to brood lo capacity up lo wean- ing- stace. , A well insulated brooder that will run at low cost and make brooding: a pleas- ure and give good results. 225 Capacity: £5/19/6 425 Capacity £7/17/6 Tor. Despatch Station. Rail packing exUa. Please add Exchange to Country Cheques. NSW PRODUCE CO. Pty Ltd. SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL

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CABRA VALE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 July 1947

CABRA VALE COUNCIL PRIOR lo the djscasHuii of busine<-c !>t last meeting of lue abr>\o council, all pilent M od in 'ii net oui oi lespecl loi the pi'-'-in^ ')1 one of the district's i lue^l îe iden s Mis E Simeon v he wis 97 .11 Lei dm h Cauncil will send ¡i leltoi <f {"lidjlcnce ,o (he decca.1- d's faimh ii j .n ii ; ) the families ol llu Lilt M ' ' , J - J nkms and White El cuv>n i' n a jiliciiion iiom 2.ini Ji n Gow lui C lim t r lh' use ol dirn- dls fligs r d 'nut.ni- Aid Pu si on IJO» 11K \ii_v, i'i i iii 'ligs snould b.'1 paid Ki when t r < n J it ii tin miwun alitj /'. m lion to ilns «PILL was kit im ' <,ndcd, houiv L.1U.1. aldcimai d ciwd a chaine would be iv ide m fuUue NJM fool L di s'a^ n the R and W Hannaford Soccer Club is Lo ha\e the u<-e of Cabra-Vale Park on the . îjhi not îequiicd by Cabraiaatta League Club. This was asieed to unanifousl1, by aldermen pieseiu As the result of a reqiWt by Mis. D. M BuUoi...

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

J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT 3 Christie Street, Liverpool WOOD COAL COKE Prompt Delivery - Honest Weicht ALL THE BEST... KEPT AT Sep. Toohey's Cabramatta Hotel Our Motto: "Civilly and Serric« Always" I^-^-^T- _ if SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE ^^^ lvte if COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ^NJl^|t3^gPM|[^^ .^ if LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES. ^?2^ "" EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL G. K. HUMPHRYS, A.MT.A.M-E . Prop. Authorised Inspección Station LET CULLENS OUOTE For your next job of DUCOING & DULUXING Craftsmanship with Economy ALL MOTOR REPAIRS. GENERAL ENGINEERING PAT CULLEN HUME HIGHWAY AND PIRIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7815 THE ESSENTIAL GOODNESS OF COD LIVER OIL VITAMINS 'A AND D' Available in tiny "Vita Liver" Capsules, in concentrated form. 25 CAPSULES cost 3/6, from A. T. MURRAY City Price Chemists LIVERPOOL. UB7642 OUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB788...

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING Wnat between housing renovations and market-gardening, Norm Lett, of Eden- sor Faik, doesn't even have time to work a 40-hour week anymore. oOo Quite a distinct improvement to one end of Cowpasiure Road. What abou the other end? oOo Mi.s. Burling Snr. of Canley Heights, is at present earning a well-earned rest on the North Coast. oOo Mrs. Dowling, of Canley Vale Road, is on Uie sick list this week. Hope we have better news next issue. oOo Don't forget-CANLEY HEIGHTS ! oOo One for the local representative of the M.W.S. and D.B. Think we could have j something done to the 'bubbler' in Cam- bridge Road before summer, please. Time I someone saw the light. ] OOO I A word about Cauley Heights Progress Association. During the.past lew months tlie Association has achieved a Tew things fer the benefit of all and ere long, it is hop 1,1 bettor things will come. But, your help is needed . . . your ideas, in fact it boils down to this-will you give the Association the ben...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

MODELS OF EFFICIENCY ! From light dci.vj,i;s to thc toughest heavy dury |0¿> i^n^vrolet presents a truck cr utility that will do the job more efficiently and more economically. Among the outstanding advancements it an improved 6-eylinder overhead volve engine greatly increased in power, yet with lower running cost than ever before. CHEVROLET TRUCKS & UTILITIES PRODUCTS OF GENERAL MOTORS 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 Benefit. PERMANENT WORK 40 HOURS WEEK Apply: Employment Officer, 2nd! Floor, Central Railway Station, Sydney. S. R. NICHOLAS, Secretary for Railways-' DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS, N.S.W. PORTERS (Junior andi Adult) LABOURERS ENGINE CLEANER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

CABRAMATTA Furniture Salerooms (RIGHT OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS New DiopJback Settee, cush- i Che:pcir line Loughboys for ions to match £7 10, - | £4 15, 3 piece Sc.agress Suite. Per- j 3 piece Oak Bedroom Suite, feet order £3 17/6 j Th-.eeqUErte/ Panel Oak Bed- j ste?d, wire and blue floral bedding. Complete £5 19 6 Single Oak Panel Bedstead, with good wire. Like nev/ £2 19/6 Seagrass Chairs 12/6 Steei Porcelain Ice Refnger 3tor, cream, like new for £5 19 6 4f\ Gin. Kspok Mattress, with Iocs? covr, as new £4 19 6 Verv fine Threequ*rter Blue Floral inner spring M-tb-Pss as new £5/19/6 Pre-w* ('"^d 0?k Lcu^boy v/ell ftt«d £6 19 G tcnsisls war dote, dressing table wi Xi bevelled m'ror, loughboy, and 4ft. 6in. oak bedstead an¿ wire, and good kapok mattress. Compite , sering £17 19 - "pechl Offor in Kitchen Set ' ting. Consisting leadlignfc j kitchen ^b-'«"*. fable and 4 ¡ i -hairs Complete for f 1T * ) \ Extra well ma'.b K'"c^»*n Cat» in»t £5 19/6 6n. Maplr Bedstea...

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BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

BIRTHDAY Cn Sunday 3:d An .i^;. at th? home :! Mi', and Mis. L. L-.nvrence. of No. 1 rv lilburn S ¡reel. Liverpool, a happy 'inhering was hetti lo celebrate the event í their son Robert's first birthday, also ;ke birthday cf Russell Tomsett, the sJn Jl Mrs. Lawrence's sister. Mrs. Tom ittt of Granville. The well-known Mrs. Paddy O'Keefe, of Hume Highway, the children's grand- mother, was there, beaming with smiles as she gazed at her grandchildren-ten in all. The children played games, and then sat around a beautifully laid-out taDle of everything one wanted-even a dose of castor oil waiting for some of ihem. Many relations and friends turned up to have a very enjoyable afternoon and watch the cutting of the single cake of the Tiny Tots' party.

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