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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

COLE'S tTTTTTTl » 11M M M f IU U MIM t UIM111H111U11111M111U U1111111UIU t H U MIU U11U U t U ti M t U i UI GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL JUST ARRIVED - BIG NEW STOCKS! ! RUGS RUNNERS "MATS MATTING I ir "AVALON" BELGIAN RUGS, 54 x 27 inch. Fawns, Pinks, Blues and Greens, at I only 43/3. j ir SISAL FIBRE MATS, 54 x 27 inch, in a large range of coiours, 15/6. j it OVAL COIR MATS, nicely stencilled, 18/11. I ir DOOR MATS, from 6/10 + COIR MATTING, 36 inch, 8/6, 27 inch 6 4, 22 inch, 5/4 yardi. VACANCY FOR A JUNIOR ASSISTANT AT COLE'S. [

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB760X Week-Jiîght sessions commence 7 du p.m. Fi day and Saturday, ti.la p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. ftflure to notify if not coming by per- manent leseive holders cancels reserves. THURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY April 8, 9. 10. THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY SOXER' (G) The record smashing comedy with Cary Gran*. Shirley Temple find Myrna Loy. Associate attraction, the thrilling technicolor s]XTial. Randolph Scott in "THE ASSASSIN" (A) Saturday Matinee 1.30 jHopalon.u' Cassidy in "Dangerous (Venture," (.'. Starett in 'Thunder- ing Frontier". MONDAY and TUESDAY April 12 and 13 T}he riotous comedy romance "THAT WAY WITH WOMEN" <A) Supported by Roy Rogevs in , «*HELDORADO' (G) WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY Af>r,1 14 and. '5 ,W)illiam Powell and Myrna Loy, bi "SONG OF THE THIN MAN" (A) and "COPACABANA" (G) , Starring Groucho Marx and Carmen Miranda, CABRAMATTA NURSERY 91 RAILWAY ST. (near Gladstone St.), CABRAMATTA QUALITY SHRUBS AND TREES at LOWEST POSSIB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

THE DOLLAR SAVER_ALL BRITISH BEDFORD TRUCKS For Prompt Delivery. P^ace your Order now with PAT CULLEN'S SERVICE STATION HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL ir SPARE PARTS + TYRES AND TUBES ic ACCESSORIES Phone UB781S. POULTRY AND PIG FARMERS QUALITY GRAIN SORGHUM Available. CHEAPER THAN WHEAT. N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY. LTD. SCOTT STREET :: LIVERPOOL RUBBER ANKLE BOOTS <«« CROSS) A t A Â .\. Children's Light Ankle Rubber Boots. Sizes 4 lo 9, 6/11 £ IO, 7/4 per pair. X X A j BLAKE'S FOOTWEAR STORE ¡ X Macquarie Street, Liverpool X t Thone UB 7689 $ 't* . *j* QUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SER VICK fron S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB76F5 Children Given the Same Attention as Adults. SATISFACTION ASSURED "The Right Shop to Shop Right" ANTEES BROS. 150 CABRAMATTA ROAD CABRAMATTA GROCERIES and HARDWARE FREE DELIVERY Phone UBI071 A BOON TO SMALL GARDENERS ! Cabramatta Rotary Hoe Service. TWO MACHINES WORKING. Foi Quotations and Information, riot UB1036. .NO JOB...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

HOCKEY With the commencement of the com- petition only three weeks off, Moorebank Liverpool Club memoers are very active training, and putting their playing area in order for what is anticipated to be che most successful ¡-.tason in their his- tory. The goal ft. which ti.ey have aim- ed for years has been achieved, that is, first-grade statue. Thay aret neldirié three senior teams and two under-six'cen teams. In ihe trial games Jast Saturday, St. George fielded three teams against us, and some very interesting and skilful hockey was witnessed. The locals held their own in ail three games by win n.ng the first game 2-1, the second was a scoreless draw, and in the match ot the day, went down 2 goals to 1. This was a grand display of fast open play, and as the Dragons have the reputa- tion of thc fastest forward in Me'trop. teams, and includ: some of the Stale's best, such players as Kurz Brothers R. Riley, W. Wilsen, T. Men'-on. hold- ing "chem to such an even game was no mean feat. B...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. and C. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

P. and cT^MEETING Liverpool Parents and Citizens' Asso- ciation held its ordinary monthly meet- ing in the School Library and Reading room on Wednesday of last week. The new présidait, Mr. Hillier, was in the chair. The Association discussed the incon- venient times of departure of the school buses and decided to try and arrange for the buses to leave not earlier than 3.35 p.m. and also to attempt to have ¡hie children packed up right outside the school in George Street to elimin- ate the danger of crossing busy traffic lines. A gift ol £80 was made towards the cost of a projector for the school. It was also decided to urge upon the authorities the need for a footbridge over the railway line at Warwick Farm Station, more particularly in view of the ] fact that thousands of children will eventually be using thal station on the-, way to the new schools. ; Liverpool Council is lo be asked to state definitely whether it is prepared to quote for the asphalting of the school yard or not. ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

MOTOR CYCLE CLUB Cf interest u> ? ctar cyclists, will b: i news that a ciub has now been formed , in Liverpool. Known as the Southern District Motor-Cycle Club, this new body will fill a lcng-needed want in the dis-j trict, and will cater for all kinds of*: riders and machines, from social activ- ¡ ities. to all types of spoiling events, j Members' women folk will be cordially j welcomed to events, and it would appear ; that the club will provide its members with mueh interest, and many happy times in the future. The name of the club will remember itself to many of the older members of the- community, who were members of the original Southern Districts M.C.C.. operating, in Liverpool some twenty years ago. These stalwarts are invited, to in- terest, themselves in the club, and re- live thejr exploits once again. Ownership bf a motorrcycle is no; necessary, to become a member. Any in tending motor-cyclists will, b0 made wel- come, and any advice will be made avail- able to those w...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

Our Motto THE [OICEST FRUITS JD VEGETABLES Only ", . BILLETT ¡Scott St., UVERFOOL A. 3d I if £ WHEELERS Preserved QUINCES 1/9* Preserved PEARS i 1/9 jar Aluminium KETTf.ES 12/6 BILLERS ; DHJCATESSAN lelei ly iott St. (opp. Fire Station) *¡¿ LIVERPOOL e For AU Your Smallwoods as^>res«ed Poultry a Specialty lL- Phone UB7838 am i 1 li amí INSIDE THE GATES ie HARGREAVES PARK =1 & GREAD m FAMILY BUTCHERS nd ipo "QUALITY" OUR MOTTO osay Travel Farther and Fai« « Wotee > COI S 1 'his 5 E PARK CAKE SHOP isî and CONFECTIONERY (R. D. LUTZE, Proprietor) sjtx'or Home-baked Cakes, sls|| Pastries, Pies. etc. o wling and1 Birthday Cakes a akf Specialty* fely the best ingredients used. d re taken for Picnics, Socials, and inc: other functions. îr ! Phone Liv. 21. le vi i WOOD COFFILL «* Limited LL*UNERAL DIRECTORS ^ Telephone: UB7623 For Motor Repairs and General Engineering I. FOAT "Ivanhoe," GORDON ROAD, MOOREBANK 13 doors from Newbridge Road) Phone Liv. 571 WANTED. GOLD, JEWELS CUT...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

HERE AND THERE Once again an active committee of citizens of Hoxton Park :s busy organ- ising and raising funds for the annual Xmas Trees for local kiddies. This Saturday night, 10th April, a dance and euchre party to raise funds for the Xmas Tree will be held in Hoxton Park Hall. Up and about again after a short ill- ness. Mrs. P. Geach of Macquarie Fields. * * * Mrs. C. Sellen has returned to her home at Quandialla out from Forbes. JShe and her two children have just spent a 3-weeks holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Austin of-Hill Road, Hillview. New citizens-Daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Eric Templeton of Rose Street, oh 25th March, and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Madden of Terminus Street on March '.26th. Sons, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mills off Cowphsturesl Road, (H^Ktion Park, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hiles, 34 Moore Street, Liverpool, ard Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Smith cf Hume Highway. Mr. Ra-scke S.M. occupied the Bench at Liverpool Police Court for the last time last Thursday. As from April 1st Li...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

PUBLIC NOTICES A Me°tin«r b|f the newly formed* SOUTHERN DISTRICT MOTOR CYCLE CLUB (Headquarters Liverpool) wïM be held on FrioW, April 9, at School of Arts, Liverpool, aî 8 p.m. BUSINESS Election of permanent officers and pre- paration of programme of events for forthcoming 12 months All interested are cordially invited to attend. Phone Liv. 173 for information MOTOR REPAIRS NM Jul. ï.", Mijr. N,, J.J, T. Small. Ki irv a (JinVU Service, w R. G. ADDISON 145 Parramatta Rd.t Granville CHURCH NOTICES METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, April lim LIVERPOOL: ll a.m. Mr. J. Hudson. 7 p.m. Mr. J. Whalan. Music Mrs. Weal. INGLEBURN: ll am Presbyterian POSITIONS VACANT BOY 17-18 years wanted, good wages and conditions, to learn retreading. Apply Collingwood Tyre Service, Liverpool or phone Liv. 301. SMART YOUTH wanted as junior assistant. Apply Cole's, Macquarie St.. Liverpool. MANCHESTER WEAVING i MILLS PTY. LTD. VACANCIES GIRLS AND WOMEN REQUIRED Good Wf^eí and Award Conditions Canteen Service at Mil...

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CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

CORRESPONDENCE . TO THE EDITOR) ? .<»>. Sir, I notice in your paper,.that you claim the workmen from the PWD at Har- grave Park helped to put the furni- ture out in the evictions last week. I may say that none of us here at Har greave Park took part in the evictions. Furthermore, at no stage were any of us asked. As your paper has a reputation for fairness, I hope you will be fair enough to publish this correction. Yours, etc.. 'PUBLIC WORKS." Hargreave Park. 2nd April, 1048. (We gladly publish the above. As i* happens, as we had already learned, im- mediately following the publication of the story of the Hargreaves Park evic- tions, and from a most authoritative source, that wherever the men came from who handled the furniture of the evictees, it was not from among the men in the Park. That is one of toe few cheering aspects of the sad and shabby affair.-Ed.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus" Aid. and Mrs. A. A. Adams have re- turned home from a 6hort holiday at the seaside. » » * Bob Woods has his motor-cycle back on the road looking very smart in its new coat of black enamel with chrom- ium plating. « * M Our Council is very active about the Heights these days, using tons of shale to good purpose. We might even se» Murphys Bridge done yet. * * * To Mr. and Mrs. Cec Barnes a lovely new daughter - they're considering Maureen and Colleen as the name. Con- gratulations from "Olympus." | * * » Mr. and Mis. Alec Lunn and family have occupied their nice new home in Canley Vale Road. When's the house- warming Alec? Soon as the strike ends? * * * Saw Joe Kitson back in town last Friday, looking bright and sparkling and in thfr pink. Joe's been down at Canberra for a few months on special ci ty in the Federal Hriisc. , Gene Phillip of Stockman's Ltd. is away on a fishing and golfing trip to Jervis Bay. Let's hope he doesn't hook the wrong one....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" The final trial matches in preparation for the competition which commences on Sunday nex, were contested against St. Peter's C, B and A Grades before a crowd of about 2000 at B'gge Park. C Grade gave Liverpool its first victory by 5-2. Dickson scored a try which Tyn- dall converted. In the B Grade St. Peters were fat too good for Liverpool and after a scrappy first half were leading 7-0. Liverpool's deficiency was due entirely tc weak tackling. Players must endeavour to leave their opposition man on the ground. The full-time score was St. Peters 7, Liverpool 3" (Cowan a try). Hi the A Grade Liverpool immediately attacked and after 13 minutes play were leading 9-0. St. Peters rallied and were in'Liverpools territory and at half time the score was 9-0. After lemont ! St. Peters continued to attack and im- mediately opened their account with a try which was converted. St. Peters con I tinued to press and again crossed thc j line making the score 9-8. Right on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROSSROADS CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

CROSSROADS CORNER By 'Mr. X;' ' Mr. Lyndon Raw has returned to the ( Crossroads after spend Og a fortnight at Cooma. * * Punchy-Punchy was the order of the r ay at the local hostelry until the law supped in and it became Peter-Peter, i * * * I Members of the Queensland Country Roads Board on their annual visit tc ! New South Wales stopped over at the j Crossroads during the week. * *. * If you hear a NOISE followed b5- a car-then you know Kei'.h Inglis is iii town.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

PROTEA THEATRE CABRAMATTA Friday and Saturday Sth-10th April. Night 7-45. Matinee Saturday 1.15, Serial "Chick Carter' "Living in a Big Ww" (G) £ tarring Gene Kelly and Marie McDonald Plus "The Las: Crooked) Mile" (A) scarring Donald Barry and Ann Savage Wednesday, 14th April "The Man Within» (A) m Technicolor starring Michael Redgrave, plus "One Thrilling N*ht" (A) with John Beal. THE MECCA OF THE DISCERNING CORNES' CROSSROADS HOTFL All Roads L»ad to The Crossroads Come to the Crossroads tor a Good Drink well served. Phone. Liv. 134 J. Cornes, Licence«. MACQUARIE FIELDS SPORTS CLUB DANCE MACQUARIE FIELDS PROGRESS HALL, on WEDNESDAY 14th April, 8 p.m. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Admission, 2/ HOMELY HOSPITALITY AT HARRY JONES' j HOTEL LIVERPOOL ¡ j BEST Ot LIQUORS. BEST OF SERVICE | RONEFF TRADERS i VKegö.) ! SfcRVICES D^OCALS ¿>*-fcv,iALISTS : UBI036 OVERCOATS. RAAF Double Breasted. Worth easily £6, but we are selling lor only £4/10 andi 9 coupons. Size ¿0, £9 and 34 cnly....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

NEWS OF THE LEGION This sub-branch congratulates Mr. B, J. McDonald on being re-elected' unop- posed, as Federal President of the Aus- ? tralian Legion of Ex-Servicemen ant Women. j Á Legion cricket team will play Ham- : mondville D Grade Premiers, at Wood- ward Park, Sunday, 18th Apr:!. Legion members who would like to play in this match are requested to hand their names to Jack Jenkins at the general meeting of the sub-branch this Friday night. Members are reminded to keep Friday night, 16th April, free, as- you have an appointment at the Liverpool Town Hall, where the Ladies* Auxiliary are to hole a dance in aid of the building fund. The benefit dance in aid of Mrs. Neal, held last month, was a financial suc- cess. The sum of £35 will b? forwarded to Mrs. Neal.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

GOLF ASSOCIATES Except for the long grass which seems to grow in the wrong places for some players, the course on Saturday was in rather good nick. One Associate, how- ever, managed to lose two brand new Kro-flites one after another on the second hole. The competition was a sealed nine holes. A trophy for the event was do- nated by Miss D. sullivan and the win- ner was Mrs. G. Brewer with a 28 nett. Runners up were Mrs. D. Watte, nett 32, and Miss S. Will ams, nett 32. Mrs. Brewer reduced her handicap by two strokes. Another reduction was by Misr L. Bat:ye who reduced her handicap by ene stroke. Now that the course is back to the old par 68 it is expected that there will be qui;e a few reductions th s year. The monthly competition on Sunday was a tiableford round, 9 holes, and the winner Miss S. Williams had 16 points. Runner-up was Mrs. P. Hunt with 14 points. Associates are reminded of the Club dance to bc held nexi Satuiday night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

NEWS ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY Cold weather approaching makes us think of Chilblains. Not a very pleasant thought, but still chilblains may often be averted by taking a course of Cal- cium before winter lays his icy breath on us. Calcium Gluconate and Vitamin D is a splendid form in which to take calcium, being chocolate flavoured tab- lets, and price, 50 for 2/6. Don't waste bottles please. If you have bottles, medicine or otherwise, see that they are kept in circulation as the bottle position is very glum. We'll be very glad to receive any medicine bottles or clinic emulsion bottles, as both are very scarce. So scarce in fact, that Elliott's Clinic Emulsion was recently unobtain- able. Help yourself and others by keep- ing all your bo'.tles intact, while the present shortage lasts. Luxuries in cosmetics. Probably no other maker has so well deserved the reputation for good cosmetics as Coty. Coty has a name familiar throughout the world, to those who value quality in perfumery a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

DOLL HOSPITAL And Air Doll París. STAR LINGERIE j 43a BURWOOD ROAD. BURWOOD

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ST JOHN'S PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

ST JOHN'S PARK Mrs. Whitely, Mr. and Mrs. A. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. W. Whitely have re- turned from a very pleasant fortnight's holiday spent at Booker Bay. Pish were biting freely. I * * * I Mr. Ern Grinter has just returned from Trundle after a stay of several months. St. John's Park Rugby Football Club 'it ld its usual monthly dance at the .ccal School of Arts last Saturday night ind had a very successful evening, with more than 100 present. Last sunday the team played Vine- yards, at Vineyards, with St. John's A Grade winning at 14-5. On Sunday next ..he team meets Cabramatta Premiers, at St. John's Park. The local P. and C. are hoping for a sood attendance at their usual monthly dance next Saturday night.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL BOWLING CLUB Club Championship [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 8 April 1948

LIVERPOOL BOWLING CLUB Club Championship The first round of the Championship commenced on Saturday, the results of matches played being: C. Williamson v H. O'Brien 31-9 Reynolds defeated Spearman on forfeit Cumming defeated Debenham 31-28 H. Roberts defeated Caldwell 32-28 Laurantus defeated Hislop 31-9 Simpson defeated Fowke 32-14 Ogden defeated F. Hall 31-6 Tymock defeated E. Hall 31-8 Summers defeated Rudd 32-19 Lindley defeated Fitzpatrick 31-29 Hilton forfeited to Buchan. Next Saturday: Bright v Reeves. Wll Vamscn v Cumming, Fowke and Smith ? Reynolds and Simpson «pairs). Nfext Sunday. Webb v Heeger, Saxon v fcrnich, Amies v Ashcroft. Pairs, ; Buchan and Fabr:s v Rudd and E. Hall, : Summns and Lindley v Saunders and C. Williamson. LIVERPOOL v FAIRFIELD A' Fairfield: Thema?, Caldwell, Norman. Morrow isl Cf vs. Thorn, Billett. Fowke <si ' KEV, H. Roberts, Bannister, Debenham s. I *t Liverpool: Kelly. W. Woods, Fitzpatrick, Lauran tus I'M J. Woods, R. Gray, Cheriton, Ay...

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