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

YOUR GREENGROCER. CEC. BARNES ASCOT STREET, CANLEY HEIGHTS (Rear olí Tompsettls Butchery) Fresh Fruit end Vegetables Daily. FREE DELIVERY j MOOREBANK J GENERAL STORE For Every Household Need QUALITY GROCERIES Daily. Fresh Smallgoods. Cakes. Fru't Ice Cream WE DELIVER FREE ; NOW, for * PAINTS Direct Agent for B-A.L.M. and Taylor's Paints. MOOREBANK HARDWARE STORE 110 NEWBRIDGE ROAD, MOOREBANK A trent for: A.G.E. "ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. Jugs. Jrons, Toasters, etc. - FREE DELIVERY J. T. Farren, prop Phone, Liv. 52.

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

RONEFF TRADERS (Uegisteitd; DISPOSAL SPECIALISTS "NO COUPONS" Elue Sarge Tunics (beautiful quality). 15 '- and 19/6. Truu.üis lü.u^ büi'se) 35!n waist, as new JJ. Ci; otnar sizes 19,6. .Cold-1-roül' Zipper Overalls, yours fur cly j9 (j. Oií.to.»..í: Anny 25 -; RAAF 39,G and 43/6. I uilc\ .-rs: Blue and Khaki 10/6; Bur- gundy S. C. Undeipants and Singlets tC. and W.i 3, - each Singlets (Athletic) as new, 2 G Tr-ussrs (Khaki Serg,e) ¡o - a;.d IT. j Trousers (K.D.) as nei\. 12,6 Lignt gre&n Paratrcc.) Cutlets, compris- ing drill trousers ano jack... 36in and 40in. waists only. A snap at 21/- set Blankets, i si£2 19/6 eac.i (Isis) Travelimg Rugs, 18/6 and 21/ Mo.cr cyclists Trousers 19/6 and 24/6 Corduroy "Siding Breeches, as new 19/6 Raincoats (Khaki) as new, 49/6 Women's Khaki and grey shirts 12/6. Women's Blue Serge Skirts, 17/6 Women's Slack Suits 21/- per set. RAAF long Socks (khaki), 3/6. As new. Other lines not listed. Jail at . . . I 24 Fairview Road, Cabramatta (.Third ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UI3760Ö 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 holüers cancels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Marinees will depend upon pubiic response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY August >S an (J 9 Two "Alain" Features Lucille Hall. George Hreni in "LOVER COME BACK" "THE HORN BLOWS AT MIDNIGHT" (G) Saturday Matinee Special* Dennis Morgan in "RIVER'S END' (G) 'BUCKSKIN FRONTIER" (A) Jack Henny i;i MONDAY and TUESDAY August ll and 12 Marlene Deitrich., John Wayne in DESTRY Rin*S AGAIN" (A) Also, Patricia Roc, Tom Walls in "JOHNNY FRENCH-MAS" (G) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY August 13 and 14 Two "Main" Features Paul Muni, Claude Rains, Anne Baxter in "ANOT ON MY SHOULDER" (A) Also, Joan Leslie and Robert Hutton in '-JANIE GETS MARRIED" (G) COMING. Barbara Stanwyck and George Brent, in THE GAY SISTERS" also Jinx Falkenberg in THE GAY SENORITA" J. ROWELL HAULAGE CONTR...

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

LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH R.S S and A I L A Second Annual Victory Ball in the TOWN HALL LIVERPOOL on AUGUST 15, 1947 DANCING, 8-2. 9-PIECE ORCHESTRA EXCELLENT SUPPER FLOOR SHOW NOVELTIES TICKETS 10 6 For Reservations. Liv. 191, Liv. 72. L-'veroool 70. rH7.SH . ÍV.X ['lnn' at Ri-al Theatre. HAMMONDVILLE SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th HBV p'easure in presenting Mayar v"V»Mn u. CARSON WaUePIDGEON ( Mrs Miniver wttb TERESA WRIGHT DAME MAY WHITTY RESINALO OWE« HENRY TRAVERS RICHARB NEV H EN AV WILGOXON baud »«Ja» Strtifliw'i JLwv - TT"**" ft«««' i«WbKlo»> MATINEE, 2.15 p.m. Bus leaves Liverpool 2 p.m. POPULAR PRICES. A Good Price for Your Old * MUSIC BOXES Musical Clocks, Cigarette Boxes, etc. ÍC SHEFFIELD SILVER iC CANDELABRA SPOT CASH 'AND A FAIR DEAL See Mr. Weir of. WEIR & GREEN ' Jewellers Macquarie S'Ireet, Liverpool Phone UB7846 ¡ JUST OPENED ! C. KNAPTON BLOCK 8, HARGREAVES PARK (nesr School) Soft Drinks, Confectionery, Fresh Fruit andi Vegetables Daily. ÍC-CE CREAM "None but the be...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

GOSSIP Friday last being 1st August and the day set down for the official opening of Liverpool South Post Office, Post Master Jack Isaac had a busy day. ' A great boon to Crossroads residents, the new Post Office handles mail, telegrams, postal notes and War Savings Stamps, but not, as yet Money Orders » * * Take note, Diggers! The meeting set dcwn for Friday next has been put back lxcau.se it would have clashed with the ball. Next meeting will now be held on J:c first Friday nisht in September. * * * Home again after a long spell in hos r.i.al. popular Hoxton Park identity ßilJ Weddell. * * * Frc.1 ure of b'J&iiicss at Liverpool Court is on the increase-no less than four .-:!U:i day« lart week. * * * Mi.'.: Marje Gi.ld.'pink flew to Charle- ville íQuinnsland), the week-end before last, where che i:; -pending her annual leave. * * * Did you know Freddie Shaw's 'Grand p<.p.i;a' once owned the G.P.O.? So Fred claims, anyway. Conrrni' :;kr ions uo to Mr. and Mrs. Ed ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURTS Stolen Drill [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

THE COURTS Stolen Drill A*. Liverpool Polies Court last Thurs- day. Allan James McKean, orchardist and wharf labourer, cf Moorebank, pleaded not guilty to charges of having in hi-, possession on 26th May last, one hand drill and a length of material suspected of having b.?n .-tolen. McKean told the court that lia har', found the drill in a train at Canley Vale and claimed not to have seen the mat- erial before. Mr. IsUs S.M.. convicted McKean, telling him he should send him to gaoj. but having regard to the fact that i was his wife who gave the information, he would give him the benefit. A fins of £10 was inflicted. Stolen Lead 1 According tc Det-Const. Nealon evi ( dence, John McDonald. 45, was seen by two employees to take a roll of sealing lead from a building in coarse of con- struction at the State Hospital on 18th July and carry it across the nearby play- ing area, and plant it. The lead bs lensed la the Public Works Department, and was valued at £2. McDonald, iv. ci convictio...

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

///HEELERS \iat-. ys AWES' ughiiATHS old Ibloc. 10/6 .each DOOR MATS 6/11 each MEADOWLEA MARGARINE 1/4 JL per lb. 2 "JVÏILLER'S «5 DEL5CÄTESSAN Mu )re oug dd< rth n¿ Dressed Poultry a Special y lay ( opp. '-cire â Ri.cr ! TVr.TÎPC.')L For Alt Your SmaHgoods »ed Poultry a Sj Phone UB7838 Wones RYCLEANERS Liverpool: ^ISS EIODGH. 187 Macquarie Street * \ Cabramatta: mlp. GERAGHTY, opp. Hallway Station '* N.R.M.A.* LIVERPOOL a<l District Depot d. ft M Barrett's COLLINGWOOD! * GARAGE i ï £ GENERAL. ENGINEERS ¡¡jJrW Beating. Duce :rI?\uthotrÏ8ed Inspection Ftation >ey Liv. 317 GREYHOUND FOLLOWERS should attend NEXT MEETING «.f die G.O.T.B.A. at the SCHOOL OF ARTS LIVERPOOL SUNDAY MORNING NEXT AUGUST 10th Business of a special nature. If von want a local track, MK SURE TO ATTEND R. Banks, Secretary YOU USE A *PAXI WHEN IN A HURRY FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE, Phone UB 7880 BLACK AND WHITE DAY AND NIGHT Weddings, Parties, Funerals, e'c- a Specialty. «mmieaif.-.yc nw-i i II...

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

lüALrrr j " Our Motto ? THE .! CHOICEST FRUITS . AND VEGETABLES, ) I Only j \, BILLETT j ?Scott St, LIVERPOOL i FOR LOVELY HANDS if! alway» ut« ;r RAYMUR I I HAND CREAM l/-f IA. T MURRAY I 4 M.P.S. X X Chemist UB 7642 X V *x

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

Better than Mother used to make. NANCYS CAKES SCOTT STREET (near Railway), LIVERPOOL + SPONGES ic FRUIT CAKE * CHOCOLATE CAKE * CHERRY CAKE ORANGE, RAINBOW AND COFFEE CAKES Chocolate Eclairs, Cream Buns, and a large variety of smalls. .THE BEST HOT PIES IN TOWN" We make cakes to suit your order for all occasions. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY Phone UB7870 GRANVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD GRANVILLE COWS. HORSES, c-nd OTHF.R ANIMAI S a-t<»ndPd io DAY or NIGHT UL2579 Telephone UU1037 E. ROBERTS, R.V.S. by Exam R W BOWEN, B ,V Sc. Parramat a Branch, UW6502 Tel : MB7863 LIVERPOOL TAXI SERVICE L. RAW. Proprietor. For PANEL BEATING ¡. Deo ind Duiuy. Splaying, see R G. ADDISON 145 Sydney Road, Granville SMALLWOODS. DELICACIES Fresh Haily-City Priced at J. KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New CAMBRIDGE Smallgouds. Tobacco and ClKarcttes, Sandwlebet Phone UD7G24 MURRAY'S I ! BREAD I W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST.. LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing and General Smithing. A ...

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

OBLfev HILLTOP SERVICE STATION fjÊh <^^SB8|^^^^ 110 NEWBRIDGE ROAD, MOOREBANK L$jSR ? 3 1 R. KING, A.M.I A.M.E.. Proprietor j^WBfc MOTOR ENGINEERING fRf Major Repairs Executed with Minimum Delay. ^sssl^ ^ ACCESSORIES ic NEW BATTERIES iC TYRES Phone Liverpool 52. ^ RETREADING AUTHORISED INSPECTION STATION OPEN 9 A.M. TILL NOON ON SUNDAYS. KEEP THE DATE. TUESDAY, 9T SEPT. ItV the BLACK AND WHITE CABS BALL ROMANO'S ROAD HOUSE Nett Pioce?ds to Liverpool; Distiict Ambulance. "'V's s "nether Black an^ Wíiite Service. TICKETS, 10/6 Limited to 140. Good OrchesU?. Supper. Dancing 8 till 2 a.m Fi^nE-jcit Provided to and from Liverpool. WATCH THIS PAPER fo Further Details. LIMERICK COMPETITION I l here was an upsurge oí" interest in the "Leader" Limericks )a.-t week, tile record number oí 107 entries being received. Nearest correct entry to the original on file in this office was that s u hm .'.tied hy Shirley Chapman of 39 Mi 1 Road, Liver pod, to whom two C rele 'Tickets for thc- ...

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RUGBY LEAG[?] RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

I RUGBY LEAGÍ ¡ RESULTS Wm Liverpool D Grade defeat*. » ! 15-2 Fis::er 2 and Smith tries ? cr j :c3\s. This gamE makes D Oj ners of the competition in its j ! ..e:a ma^ch biing the grand fi '. B.a.ktown. C Graie defeated Merrylands; sccring as the bell rang. B Grade were dtfeated by .JL. 7-3 at Liverpool. ^ A órade also went down to i X 26-10. I» FIXTURES X D Grade v Blacktown at Med^, C Grade v Merrylands at Mel ^ B Grade v St. Mary's at Liver A Grade v St. Mary's at Um Published by B. Rowell, Live" printed by The Denley Print á Street, Or airville. - ' ' \ 1

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

"VIVIENNE" GOWNS 54 Jollin Street, Cabramatta STOCKTAKING SPECIALS ÍC HOUSE FROCKS, 15/6 to 25/6. 5 Coupons ic ALL WOOL FROCKS. Non Coupons, from . 53/ UB1680 OXY WELDING Cutting and Brazing .Expertly Done -e> R. G. ADDISON 145 Sydney Road, Granville

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

LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE MODERN CARS wïfa or wirti cm* drivers Daly or Weekly Hiring Ful N.K.M.A. Coverage Moderate Charges LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Streat Phon« UB7661 LADIES! CONSULT MRS. HALL at the Judith [ve Salon 220 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL for the late«1 in ALL PERMANENT WAVING AND TINTING .Phone: UB 7857 * LIGHT AS A FEATHER . " :f BLUE RIBBON CAKES AND SPONGES Thc customers who kei-p coining hack are our best salesmen. '}', BLUE RIBBON CAKE SHOP Macquarie Street, Liverpool FOR YOUR WEDDING CAKE v That's Our Speciality- £ ''From Hume Highway to the Railway Line.'' SHOP AT THE NEW HANDY SHOP 6 D. GILLARDS Longfield Street East. ic GREENGROCERIES. ic FRUIT AND VEGETABLES iC CONFECTIONERY. SPECIAL - ENAMELS - Good stocks of "Quick" EnameL < WELL. H li RH'S THE BEST. . . . at HERB. PATTINSON'S HOTEL LIVERPOOL ? GOOD LIQUOR WELL SERVED * '. Cf IMPORTABLE LOUNGES. Experienced Drink Waiters. Al! the liest Brands of Wines, Spirits, ¡md Br...

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VISIT FROM CHINESE MISSIONARIES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

VISIT FROM CHINESE MISSIONARIES On Sunday, 27th July, Mr. and Mrs. John Lu, two Chinese Missionaries, were the guest speakers at St. Anne's Church, Hammondville, to the children at 3 p.m., the Young People's Fellowhsip Tea and at 7.15 p.m.. when they gave a most inspiring lantern lecture on Christian werk amongst the Chinese. "Two bur (Ired million Chinese have not. yet heard the gospel of Jesiis Chri t" sil Mrs. Lu, as she threw out the challenge for prayer and support of this needy work. The witness of this humble Chinese Christian woman, especially her singing to her own accompaniment, left a deep impression upon the larje congregation gathered to hear her.

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

HURRY. HURRY. HURRY Last 2 Days of MISS MUFFET'S Next Ambulancei Station, Liverpool * CLEARANCE SAL E OF* WINTER STOCKS Big Reductions in Frocks and Ranger Suits. This W'eek-endl Special. 22 nch OVERCOATS 30 - GET YOUR NEW AND USED * FURNITURE AT PRIOR'S 35 Moore Street, Liverpool

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

BAÍLETE 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD, CANLEY HEIGHTS ?PHONE: UB1S64 2 packet» SELF RAISING FLOUR (con taining "Aerophos" ) and 2 packets ROLLED OATS. 1/6* T 2 * SPECIAL ! 1 BAR SOAP. 8 ozs. WASHING COMPOUND 2 cakes TOILET SOAP 1/10* THELOT In addition, we offer PILCHARDS, PRUNES, TINNED BACON, TINNED DRIPPING. Agents for Bergers andi Taylor's Prepared Paints, Enamels, and Varnishes WE COLLECT AND DELIVER THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP pft Dritiks. Io» O'-mn <~ n (rtionerv. Milk Bar. M''lk Shakes ,-inrl Drinks, only 4d. MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL rt f niii-hes. Sandwiches. Cakes and Paltry. Anderson's Sniallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes, alionery. Groceries. Phone UB7680 'CAMELIA i FLORIST j . MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL (Mrs- Trapman) und at Mrs. MCDONALD'S, j 74 Terminus St., Liverpool UT FLOWERS, bunch 6d Baskets, Bouquets, Wreaths, Sprays etc. 'PHONE: LIV. 325. TOM SHARPE for RUIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Supplies Daily 87 MACQUARIE STREET j LIVERPOOL i j fur Motto: Quality and Service.] for Delicious, O...

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LIVERPOOL RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

LIVERPOOL RED CROSS Liverpool Red Cross workers were gready pleased by the pre- sence of AJ.ss J^arke, from thc Junior Red Cross Headquarters, at a meeting held at the School of Arts, on Tuesday, 29th July Miss Larke gave an address lo the ladies, not only concerning Red Cross activity, but mainly of the extensive, world wide effect which Junior Red Cross can have upon the j)eople. lt was told that to New South Wales go the laurels for organis.ng the first Junior Red j Cross, although Canada was only 2 weeks behind. Those present at the meeting expressed the desire to form a Junior Red Cross Grcle in Liver- pool . * The election of officers showed that those of the previous year were successful in their dut:es, for every off:cer was re-elected to thc same position.

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

COLE'S iît«iiiii«ittii»iiiii«ittiiiitgiiii»iHiiiiiiiiiitt»iiitttinH»tffHffgfmmmnmnitjtnn GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST, LIVERPOOL SPECIALS ! SPECIALS Î SPECIALS ( SPECIALS ! HOUSEHOLD BARGAINS ÍC "WILLOW" BABY BATHS 9/6 * 14 pint "WILLOW" TIN BOILERS 3/3 ic 14 pint Solid-drawn ALUMINIUM BOILERS 25 6 * PLASTIC FRUIT BOWL 2/3 COLE'S DELIVER YOUR ORDERS ÍFOLLOW TUE CROWDS . . |l .! Ill !K| C. R. TEBB j FAMILY BUTCHER ? 30 Term .nus Síreeí, Liverpool ; ) Ashcroft's OLA LIT Y MEAT ai kuliup I'rices. \ Phone UB786S IFOR THAT 1947 HAIR DO S MISS MERLE KEYS I Liverpool's Premiere ' Hairdresser j 36 Scott Street iT ! Advises you to (MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT ! EARLY [ Phone UB7858 GROCERS CONFECTIONERS HARDWARE MERCHANTS i [ROSE'S GENERAL STORE? 368 Hume Highway Í LIVERPOOL % At the Mill Road and Hoxton Parkjj; Road Junction. % HAM AND BEEP, r HUIT AND Ç VEGETABLES X i M^fr^^jM^*»«^***********^ ;; MISS CLARKE $ ! » ¿Late Evershed's) *«*, ! ¡ ...

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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION REST ROOMS OPENED [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION REST ROOMS OPENED At the official opening of the Liverpool CW A Rest Rooms, last j 1 luirsday, representatives 0f many organisations were present. Among . hem were tile Mayor (Aid.. B. C. Fitzpatrick), and Mrs. Fitzpatrick Miss Baltzer. Group President of the CW A. Mesdames Freeman and Buchan (R.S.L. Auxiliary), Mesdames Nicholson and Hamer (St. Luke's Women's Guild). Rev. F. Meyer. Mrs. J. Hind (Methodist Lad:es' Aid). Mrs. Birch (Presbyterian Women's Guild), Dr. Grieve and Mr. H. Duckworth (Chamber of Commerce), also Mrs. Biffin (Hillview Women's Guild). The president, Mrs. McDonald, open- ed the meeting by asking members of the C.W.A. to give the pledge of the Association. Mrs. McDonald told the visitors briefly of the work which the Liverpool branch had been doing in its fifteen months of service. Miss Baltzn- then outlined the man- ner in which the Association was first commenced. She told of the times in Canada, fifty years ago when women were left ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

HOCKEY The result of Saturday's matches were both in favor of Moorebank-Liverpool teams against Eastern Suburbs. C Grade again showed great skill against their j bi-<.«. and older'opponents, winning by j 2-0. R. Thorne scored both goals. i On Saturday they meet Ryde, at Ryde I 1.45 p.m. Team: F. Hubbard P. Ashton. P. Deadman, G. Burt, R. Pint. R. Light I. Cameron. R. Thorne H. Ward, R. Stockton and L. Rix. Re rrrves: K. Ward. R. Hocking and O. Cameron. Junior team io p'.ay Ryde at 12.30 p.m.-W. Chi'ds. C. Peeves. P. Ford- ham, R. Hocking, C. HiUsey. R. Cullen j J. Morrison. G. Baker, A. Stein. O. .md G. Cameron, J. Banyer. Players | to bc at railway .nation not- l:>.Ur -han , :0.15 a.m. B Orauc received their lirst .^iiock \ .Iiis .sLMs-.n, being down 2-0 al lialf time. 1 Eas.s had them demoralised from the ! bully off and at one stage it- looked as | if a cricket score would bc nu up again- st them. I At hali time. G. Murplrv. showing a i ¿cod captain's qualifications...

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