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IN THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

IN THE GARDEN By George Cooper HORMONES íor inducing cuttings to root more easily are now being used I rather extensively, but up to the present they are only in their infancy, and therefore cannot be recommended for all and sundry, but must be used and tried intelligently. The chemicals first recognised as effective growth substances were known as Auxin A, Auxin B and Heteroauxin. Auxin A is thought to be the principal growth-promoting sub- stance formed by green plants. Quite a inumbsr of other chemical substances have recently been shown to be effect- ive in influencing plant growth in the same way as Auxin A, Auxin B and Heteroauxin. , I The usual procedure is to place the [ cuttings in a very dilute solution of the growth substance for 12 to 24 hours. ' A solution containing one part by j weight of the pure chemical, in from 10,000 to 50,000 parts by weight of I water, usually gives good results. It is j better to employ a weak solution for a I fairly long period than a strong ...

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

I COMEDY AT I HAMMONDVILLE St. Cuthbert's Entertainers travelled from Kogarah to femmondvit'e on Sat- urday night, 26th July to present a 3 act comedy entitled "Pandora Lifts the Lid" before a large and appreciative audience in the Village Hall. On the whole, the presentation was excellent. Some individual efforts were quite bril- liant, while one or two showed a need for a little more experience. The pro- duction was in the capable hands of Mr. W. A. Birkett, a man of vast experience in amateur theatricals. He is to be con- gratulated on the excellent results of such a youthful cast. All are indebted to Mr. A. Morley for providing the music and spotlight. The ladies of St. Anne's Ladies' Guild entertained the visitors at tea before the show and at supper after it, as well os having a sweets and refreshments stall at intervals. Mr. R. P. Gray, Hammondville stu dent-ministar, thanked Mr. Birkett and the cast for the performance, the pro- ceeds of v hich were (o go to the Arch- deacon...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

GOSSIP Ran into Jim Ryan (last sighted wading into a Dago fancy-foods dump on the Egypt side of Tobruk), now run- ning a hairdressing saloon on wheels at Warwick Farm. Jim's caravan home saloon is the last word in airy comfort and hygiene. He's been all over Aus- tralia in it. * . * Now, don't think for a moment that Miss Muffet, Liverpool supplier of baby's needs, is selling out. But she IS making a clearance of all her winter lines by cutting prices to the bone. You ought to see 'em. * * * Sid Shedden of Mill Road has burst every button on his wesklt since Mrs. S. presented him with a bouncing baby boy of ll (yes eleven!) pounds on Mon- day. We are glad to report that Dad (who is now employed at S ABOD) is progressing favourably. * * * Another to be congratulated is Frank Mattinson Jr. His wife has given him twins-boys-weighing respectively "ij and 5Jibs. Good going Frank.

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21st BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

21st BIRTHDAY There was a gathering of fifty rela- tives end friends at ti:, home of Mr. and Mrs. K^e^ú.ru. of 32 Speed Street Lhc-i'pcoi c:: S-.tu/eay l..¿.. to celebrate the Ccmii:s-Oi-Ai£ of txieir sun Jack. With Mr. Bill Aston of Hoxton Park as M.C., a me t lively and enjoyable evening of games and dancing was in- dulged in, Mr. Tom Weal ably supplying piano music. Among the guests we:e Mr. and Mrs. W. Shepherd and family of Wollong en.;. An-. M. S.;ej.herd of Wollongong, Mr. and Mrs. Rcgers, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cullen Jr. and Miss S. Ford. Jack was the îecipient of many fine prévenus, which included a magnificent dissing gown, fcuntain pen and cigar tt'e case. Fur some strange reason, ""o w_s Liso presented with a bouquet by the 'Teetotalers." Presenting him with the key of the door Jack's father spoke of his good ' qualities. Responding, Jack thanked his parents, and sisters and especially Miss Susan Ford, for their efforts and kindnesses in arranging the evening In his honor. A f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

NEWS OF THE LEGION Legion members in the Liverpool dis- trict are reminded that the annual gen- eral meeting of this sub-branch will be held in the Protestant Hall, Liverpool on Thursday, August 14th at 8 p.m. At this meeting, the president's and auditor's reports will be dealt with and the election of officers will be held. All members are urged to attend this vital nutting, so let's be sure the right lx'ople are selected to control nur sub-branch in the next twelve months. See advert in this issue. Killing (lie past few years, cx-servico n:;:i have been purchasing £10 worth i.: uols ot tracie for uso in their ooeu ].'.:*.mis and then making application to tho Hepalii ilion Commission l'or a re .i.nd. A<U<<r i.'s h:\-n roreivod thal thus :t: tr o w;K < ,'.1* and that ..x-.vTvioc . - r, v..inin.-. ;ojK i.i irado mus; make '.< . n . . iii :;i i.'.-rei! :li Uio 17 e ; atrial ii ;i Co'V:ini> M'!l i>r tho Kepal n:i .: ! .. i C...

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

OBITUARY Tlie death occurred at lils home in Granville on Thursday last of Mr. Jona Barrett, 77 years of age, well-known and respected in this district in the «arly days. The deceased gentleman, who is sur- vived by his wife, one daughter (Mrs. N. Dolían of Kurrajong Heights) and four sons, Messrs. John (Jock), man- ager of Arthur Stockman and Co., Ed- i ward Thomas and Wilson Janies, both of Í Hnrdie's of Granville, and Francis Charles, post master at Dulwich Hill. j Only one of Mr. Barrett's brothers and i Msters now survive, Mrs. Thomas Turn- \ ir of St. Mary's. Mr. Barrotes connection with L'ver ji.-'ol lides bark !>.J yoars when, with thc Hecki?nberjis and nt hers lie used to cart wood into the town from Green Valley. He lind bern an Alder:MI: of St. Mary's : nd .i presiden; ol' Hie Druids for many ye ri rs. The lii!i:M-:il wilie!) ? ! .irr; ely at t. ? i . : ?? :u'" i.i : :'. ciriy. the re i":.::-.s bein.';, interred at Kl . Mary's.

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P. AND C. BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

P. AND C. BALL Liverpool Parents and Citizens' .Wwialion Second Annual F.x-Students' Ball, held in the Town Hall, mi Tuesday niidu actually deserved the lit c so over-^enerously applied to Miine oilier tnnotioiis. ni the "hall of the season." Essentially a youni peoples' night, it wa? notable that th? comfortably crowd- ed floor was peiy.'.ed during the almost continuous dr;r.tes nearly exclusively by adolescent youngsters. There was a freshness r..-d i,oi,r not always notice- able at other bails. Under the ov^anisa impetus of a ccmmi'.irr which included f Mr. and Mrs. J. Hind. Mr. and Mrs. ; . Cii.'.iiir.inn. Mi?. Lanj-i-f and Mrs. 'Äc-.vcs. willi Mr. Chnir.j.-i'^j conducting .1. M.C.. il,. t:-:r e< v.;:v with a 5-win? and a lilt. liir.'t d' . -.co "r:-'?)!!(?«! v.: . L V.I'. :-::;c':rv o: :;; N..S.W. . . -nc: C. .". . Ti lev ;he e .*,:..... c.:;ii . fyi-, i.t M . .\ -v. Jitne l :!:Í!Í;.1¿-, IT:':v..:y Ti; :\n I :: cp ..L.:.-.. i- ... Pu, J i. y . >.. iv ray I -n I..:...

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CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) Dear Sir, The heaps of IUD) thal, he ulong U.. banks ol the creek that traverses ih> centre oí the .seulement; Ule cartload of mud deposited at rear of No. 2 Pic- ture Theatre; the failure of the local Health Oiliecr to miora: cover recep- tacles for garbage; the evil-smelling heaps of garbage, thal ure the results of thc present inadequate method of col- lecting garbagi! Do you know what this is? Il is tim' starting-point for a disease epidemic in the coming Minimer; that lu my mint', is inevitable. In the recent neglected-children eas;1 from i his eeiurc. JL was stand Um.. reia-v wa... KC.en ilia: liad collected 1 ÍJf days. Owing tu tne inability ol thu ? responsible to order u hou.se-to-huuse cciiLi.Lien ol' garbage, refuse Ui:.L has actumulatid foi vvcii:, can be «ctn along thc creek-banks und now the nev/ isec¿ion is OUCH), reíase can tot: \ec-.i along the railway line. Credit must be given to the Mayor 01 Lhen.oi.i, end Aid. Hcintii, wno, loli...

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

! For I PROMPT DELIVERY | ? SAND j j ? ASHES Í j * SOIL ? METAL Ring, HERB TAYLOR Liverpool 532 WEST HOXTON GARAGE General Motov Rrroairs Oxy and Electric Weld:ng Greasing and Maintenance General Engineering Promptness and Efficiency Assured. A. Gtllard, proprietor. JOHN CURRIE ^^^^g j ^CABRAMATTA' ^??^^r:j^a^-^^i| For Your Convenience-The Little Shop Round (¡he Corner W. H. BURGESS CUMBERLAND STREET, CABRAMATTA «fc Fresh Fruit rind Vegetables. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream and Con fir; i une ry. New Milk liar. Groceries, Cakes and Pastry. Fresh Smallwoods of qualify. Kill That Cold With Kindness. Take 4 Delta" Compound BALSAM OF SQUILL ; ic Pleasant to the Taste. Soothing to the inflamed Membrane»?. Relieves Congestion. PRICE, 1/9 and! 3/- per bottle. Obtainable only from D. F. DONOHUE, M P S-Ph c Dispensing Chemist '27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA. UBI689 Brides-to-be IW is the lime to start making your 4 LOVE NEST THE "HONEYMOON" 4 Piece BEDROOM SUITE is designed on MODERN UNES, give« the BRI...

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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 1947

GOLF ASSOCIATES Mrs. R. Wych had an easy win in the bogey competition on Wednesday, -'¿rd July winn she finished 6 up. Runners up were Mrs. J. Russell 3 down. Mi-.s J. Brewer 4 down and Mrs. S ar.bnrv 5 down. Over 40 Associates hit oil an Satur- day. -Ctn Jiuy when \r.¿ Foin somes Championship was deci'^ri. Mesdames Crowe and Cornes combine:', well to re- turn a gross score of 00. Misses Sullivan .i.d E. Battye we:c u:::neis-up with 99. Leading' scores for the handicap event run in conjunction: Mrs. Crowe and Mrs. Comes GD ¡UL.; Miss Sullivan and Miss B. Battye '/5 nett; Mrs. Longton md Miss L. Battye 80 nett; Mrs. Mac- farlane ;:.!..; :.:;-:>. Anderson 22 nett. Mothers and daughters mir:ht titer. 1i*a;v. : '.. : .; iv ¡avoly ilv\v have to fight out a roli match 'ocUvecn them, as j<i ..jJliams and F.u in the semi fmal.-i OL thc E Grade Chamnionshiij rsi wevk-end. ?A plovers ce-eimined to mnke each ! <- a winning one. and it was a real ¡ja: J2 from str.rti to...

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

J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT j 3 Christie Street, Liverpool ; WOOD COAL COKE '? !'rom¡>t Delivery - li-i: ^" \\' \<_;lir ALL THE BEST ... KEPT AT Sep Toohey's 1 Cabramatta Hotel Our Motto: "Civility and Service Alway»" ÍC SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE iC COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION- ING. iC BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION, v, LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES OILS, AND GREASES. EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OP? J- - i"E COLLINGWOOD HOTEL « ;. K. 11 TM IM Iii VS. Authorised Inspection Station \.\n,.\.M r... Y LET CULLEN'S 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 I j MWWMMMttMMMiyMwaH^r-a-»mr- ^MMMMMWMMWWM--J À GOOD HAIR DRESSING DE PAUL'S BRILLIANTINE A little heavier than others. NICELY PERFUMED Keeps the haft1 in perfect olrder. Price, 1 /6, from A. T. MURRAY City Price Chemist LIVERPOOL. UB7642...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 August 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 j LIVERPOOL AUCTION MART I Sale conducted j EVERY WEDNESDAY at I 2 p.m. Phone UT7837 H. Cummings, prop. FOR SALE WHKN bJlii SAY'J - /-a :.o lu Wi-ir an Cii ecu J ur llir ring. Many Ixautiíü ÜC-ÍÍ^IJÚ. Wlíl J lld G.'CW), JvWíliüt.:, Macquarie .Slit í. <JuuU nail, creal" and green, i:iü/iU/ mitneuiai-t delivery, Sheardown ana Bushel, Macquarie St. Liverpool. FLuuR POLISHER, high speed dom. eject, type, £24 cash or terms. Sne&rdown and Bushell* Mßcquaru St. Liverpool. UB7861. IRON, flat. Also Drums 5 to 44 galls. Gent's Bicycles. H. Flegg, 231 Hume Highway. Phone Liv. 563. DIAMOND 5-stone Eternity Ring, 18ct whhe gold, latest fashion, as new. Phone UB7846. LOOK FOR "RONEFF" TRADERS, Dis- posals Specialists, Advt, in this paper. Greatcoats, Pullovers, etc. REBUILT Car Batterie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

PUBLIC NOTICES SINGER SEWING MACHINES NEW PORTABLE ELECTRIC AND TREADLE CABINET MACHINES AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Trade-in your old Singer Drophead. RENTALS ELECTRIC and TREADLE Machines RENTED for 2 wseks or longer periods. REPAIRS GENUINE NEW PARTS. Expert Workmanship. No canvassers em- ployed . We PICK UP and DELIVER SERVICES BUTTON HOLES BUTTONS and BUCKLES covereJ HEMSTITCHING SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY (Inc. in U'S.A.) 308 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA ' Thone UW 8863 NEWS ÍTEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY CLOSING HOURS. Due to 40-houi week and stan snortage, we are reducing our hours of. attendance at the Pharm- acy. See adveiclement in uns issue. Note that we will still supply urgent re- quirements at any lime; a pnone call to UB7042, or a call to resiuehce at 82 Bathurst Street, will bring service as re- quired. If it is uig¿n«, please ask your doctor to mark it 'Urgent." AJrobouY. "I ne sugar shortage has founa us out. We are unable to spare the sugar tor syrup to make o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

lill I .- I II. - I ..... Regat 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 u not coming by per- manent reset ve lioUers c.-iicels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depend upon pub'.ic response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY 15lh and 16th August Karkara Stanwyck-, Ceraldine Fitzgerald. ("leo. Puent in THE GAY SISTFRS" A i'-'». fíiiK KalkcnÍKT'/- in «1THE GAY SEÑORITA" (G) Satiirdav Mai nc< Specials: Shirley Temple in *«M;SS ANNIE ROONIE' (G) I lnpal' HL; C'issidv in "THE TEXAS MASQUERADE' (G) MONDAY and TUESDAY l.Sth and Vhh .\1114usl All the nid snm>s yi.n love in 'SÜNBONNET SUE" (G) With (Jaie Storm. Also \nn Rutherford in ''MADONNA'S SECRET" (A) Patrons Note. This is an excep- tionally fine programme. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 20th and 21st August Again TWO "MAIN" Feature-,. Noel Coward's "BREF ENCOUNTER" (A) With Celia Johnson and Stanley Howard, Trevor Í Toward...

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CABRAMATTA CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

CABRAMATTA CHATTER There were two cases of infectiour disease (scarlet fever) one in Cabra and the other in Canley Vale, reported at Monday's Council meeting Visitors frcm all over the suburb were present at the home of Mr ani Mrs E Cooper of 190 Longfield Stre t on Saturday night 2nd August to cele- brate 4-years-old daughter Joy s birth- day Fourteen cf her little playmate1; enjoyed all the good things that usuallv go with such parties and in addition were entertained with a programme of cartoons AU present at Monday's Council meet- ing stood in silence in respect for the passing of Mrs Lunn of Canley Vale Road Canley Vale daughter of Mrs and the late Mr J Russell of Longfield Street, and of Mr Apps who was krJl ed while riding his cycle along Liver- pool Road The Chamber of Commerce Ball at Romano's Road House on Wednesday 6th August m aid of the Baby Health Centre was a big success Tickets weir frcstucted to 150 Another function will be held soon at which a cheque repre- senting...

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COUNCIL SHORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

COUNCIL SHORTS A letter from the Hospitals Commis «aon informs Liverpool Council that mem- bers have chosen a site at the corner of Scott and Copeland Streets for a 200 bed hospital Councils appiova] of the prooosal was asked 4 * * Hon J J McGiri wrote saying that the estimated cost of sewering the town is £77,743-the Government will pa> half and council has to find the rest Council would have to indicate whether it desired to proceed with the scheme It was referred to the Finance Com- mittee * * * A new amplifier, costing £54/10, was installed yesterday in the Town Hall Council will dispose of the old set to the best advantage * * * Council has intimated that it is pre- pared to provide lights on the Show- ground for £1100 or £1200 and w finance the Society in the matter for 10 years * * Council decided not to have a lantern structure on the roof of the Baby Health Centre-when it gets a roof * * * One case of diphtheria was reported m the municipality during the past 14 days I A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

RONEFF TRADERS ( Rossini rd > DISPOSAL SPECIALISTS I Everything foi the Worker at Prices to Suit Your Pocket, and No Coupons. T~uph Aimy KD TicbS"!:, 2/1 Khaki SUT Tions is as ue>\ IT - and 17 C Shiits Khaki and cieen 8/T Au face Shuts 12'-14'in neck at the low puce of 7 6 Stiong RAAF Work Jackets 6/ Navy Serge Trousers =izes to 38m waist 1st quality 19 6 as new 24 6 R\AF Tunics beautiful quality easih convertible to sports coat Youis for j 15 - As new 19/6 Ramcapcs lightweight Dai win type p/uaranteed waterpioof 1st quality 15/ Ramcoatr ac new Woith C5 - your for 49/6 Gum Boots is new 15 - Boots half soled and heeled 12 6 Size 7 as new 13 6 woith moie Blankets (lsts) 56in \ 90in 19 6 each Singlets (CW) 3 - Athletic 2/6 underpants (CW ) 3 - Cotton 2/6 MOTOR CYCLISTS-We ha\e watei proof Trousers 19 6 and 24/6 Anmens wool lined Boots m manellou« condition £2 pan Airmen s helmets 15/ Gogele* with plastic eye pieces only 3 - each NO CHARGE FOR BO-PEEP Au force Long Socks 3 6 pan F...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Golf Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Golf Ball About 250 golfers danced to the strains I of the Paradance Oichestia in the Liver- pool Town Hall last Friday evening at the first post-war Golf Ball. The decorations 01 the hall were ear- ned out m club colours of brown and orange Orange sus. curtains draped with biown hung norn, the windows and Iceland poppies were scattered every- where "Ine tables arianged cabaret fashion weie artistically decorated by the var- ious hostesses The success of tile evening was due to the untuing efforts of the Social Com- mittee but special mention should be given to the Associate president Mrs^ Williams and Messrs D Melville C Gibson and A Wych The Club President (Mi A Cioll) entertained at the offtc$3! party ano durmg the evening announced the re- sults of the three raffles Hamper of groceries Miss Hynes parcel of perfume Peter Johnson blankets Miss Peggy Kershlei

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

THi ES1 HEELERS SPECIAL ! »er JLarge Tin SALMON packet SELF RAISING FLOUR 2/-Í The Two ¡MILLERS DELICATESSAN Scott Si. (opp Fire Station) LIVERPOOL For All Your Smallgoods Dressed Pou'try a Specialty Phone UB7838 ,¡_£$ MOHOS nvas ídD RYCLEANERS Liverpool : [ISS HOUGH 187 Macquarie Streel Cabramatta : . GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station P W . N. R. M. A. * LIVERPOOL District Depot Y X M- Barrett's ;!; :OLLINGWOOD| GARAGE I X GENERAL. ENGINEERS X X *anel Beating, Duco Spraying;!* ICE 0. ] V. < istfií^uthotrísed Inspection Station? Phone Liv. 317 f ". YOU USE A T1 A YI WHEN IN A HURRY Ï- FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE, Phone : UB7880 - BLACK AND WHITE DAY AND NIGHT Lil Weddings, Parties, Funerals, efc- a Specialty ^SOMETHING FOR THAT SPECIAL PARTY. 5 ' Want to please the palate of that favourite guest? Then have in the house one of these DELIGHTFUL LIQUEURS y jç Horndale Liqueur Brand. Special quality 22 6 4 -jç Pdlisson French Brandy 40 - ?jç Dom Benedictine 43 6 | » ^ Herrisgs Cherry ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 August 1947

JQUAUTF ,1 Our Motto «t THE ? J CHOICEST FRUITS I AND VEGETABLES I ; Only ]L. BILLETT | J| Scott St., LIVERPOOL J E FOR LOVELY HANDS f [' always mt t RAYMUR I HAND CREAM 1/-| :A.T MURRAY | WP.S i Chem'st UB 7642 .{. ...,. X

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