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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

^UAUTY" I ) Our Motto ST THE r|M/ CHOICEST FRUITS un AND VEGETABLES 5 Only -mk. BILLETT j^vvBcott St, LIVERPOOL ^HEELERS ^CLflLa*ge Tin PLUMS A|aeket bUV^LME FLObri Ä_I The Two fot- ón* vi ce at -_ y !1 piece 2/4 "VERSET 8/19/11 36m. COIR MATTING 5/11 per yard I or \JP?. RtlLLER'S ¡DELICATESSAN 1 day? fares. or rin^fttt St. (opp Fire Station) ÏT 7.15 $ LIVERPOOL ?or All Your Smallwoods '.'F LIVl " Dressed Poultry a Specialty RATOR 5 Phone UB7838 IK vited ftirrx-~ - tors, aa^gyjg THE UATES iel* to*'' HARGREAVES PARK ^TURNBULL ! can be MavW>& GREÀD endorse?1 satarlfrAMILY BUTCHERS in acconji? , 6 years mQVAUTY" OUR MOTTO £150/15.| Travel Farther and Fan £180/16» W ? £231/1«| worse « of age if WANTED. Diamonds, Old i Gold, Cut Glass, Antiques,! for spot cash. GREEN'S, I the Jewellers, Liverpool. ". Teiephone UB7810. I -!| Tow/f NEW BRANCH BANK OF AUSTRALASIA A Branch of the Bank is NOW OPEN at 7^ > 194 MACQUARIE STREET ley Print - UVERPOOL re Han FOR THE TRANSACTION OF AL...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: Uli7<50o ffeek-ntgut sessions commence 7.30 pm Friday and Saturday, 0.15 p.m. Saturdav Matinee, 1.30 p.m. **llure lo noiiiy li not coming by per- manent reset\c holders cancels reserves. MONDAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY May IO, II, 12, 7.30 Hie Picture You've Been Waiting for. "MOTHER WORE TIGHTS" I lu» Richard Greene in "GAIETY GEORGE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY May 13, 14, 15 Gi eater than ''National Velvet' Mickey Rooney in KILLER MXOY" Ace'aimed as the yearVinost enjoyable picture. On the same programme Ron Randell in "BULLDOG DRUMMOND STRIKES BACK" SATURDAY MATINEE, IJU: killer McCoy" and "Waggon Westward" MONDAY, TUESDAY M »y 17. IO, 7.30 Intensely absorbing TEMPTATION . HARBOUR Pjua, The delightful comedy "TWO BLONDES AND A REDHEAD" S anting Jean Pott«, Tony Pastor and His Orchestra HERE'S LUCK. Uei your next Lottery Ticket, frum J. EAGLETON Hume Highway, Liverpool FJRST-GLAS5 BOOT REPAIRS. MOTOR REPAIRS \u Job Tuo Big. Mo Job Too Small. J o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

Jones DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: MISS BOUGH. 187 Macquarie Stree. Cabramatta : Urs. GERAGHTY, opp. RJÍIW.IJ SUtwi. WOOD COFFHÏ- ! Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: UB7623 --g--- ' ' ' " ' "á I DONT FORGET MOTHERS DAY ! 1 Give her a nice coknfy ¡LOUNGE SUITE EASY TERMS and up lo 2 YEARS TO PAY j GEO. PURDUE i Complete Home Furnishers 97 ARGYLE STREET I (Opposite Ptiiaiiutta fetation) i l AJso 150 CHURCH ST, , PARRAMATTA Phone UW9075 THE PARK CAKE SHOP and CONFECTIONERY HARGREAVES PARK CR. D LUTZE, Proprietor) For Home-baked Cakes, I Pastries, Pie», etc. Wedding and Birthday Cakes a Specialt/f Only the liest íngiedlents useu Orders taken for Pira cs, Socials and other functions I Phone Liv. 21. FOR LOVELY HANDS .lw*y» ui« RAYMUR HAND CREAM 1/- a bottle MURRAY'S PHARMACY Liverpool. Tel. UB7642 Guardians of Your Precious Sight I. CRAWFORD Pty. Ltd. 23 George Street, Parramatta (Opp. Court House) OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTIOJANS UW8998 n-: j * N. R. M. A. * ! LIVERPOOL i j District Depot M Barr...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

YOUR OWN HOME Parramatta - Granville. üabramaii.i Fairfield and Liverpool Group and Co- operative Building Societies have al- ready advanced £1,250,000 to home builders and home buyers. The terminating Co-operative Build- ing Societies, which is new in the pas-t ten years, have advanced over £40 mil lion, Is now recoghisedfos the bust method jof home finance in Australia The Societies, which are truly co- operative, provide loans of 100 per cent of the total value up to £ 1250, 90 pei cent up to £1540 and 80 per cent up to £2240 of the house and land. Interest Is only 4 per cent. Home plans and specifications are provided for home builders from £2/12/6. Legal fees arc two-thirds of the scale cost and repay- ments are much less than rent and are spread over 22 2/3 years. Being a Co- operative Society no one makes a profit out of the Societies' operations and thp Group, which is the largest in Australia has exceptionally low overhead costs. The Societies are supervised hy tin Governme...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

NEWS OF THE LEGION Noticed a very prominent member ol I the Ladies' Auxiliary touring the (own I in a Jeep. She assures us, however, that the driver was a very near relative. We congratulate Mr. W. Slender. <'\ president .of the Fairfield Sub-branch on his appointment to the Legion Slate Council. Applications by ex-servicemen loi .1 I free passage to Australia for their wncs or fiancees may now be made up to June 30th this year. Up to November 30 last, the number of free passages granted to and from the Common- wealth amount to 4534, and involved a cost of just on £60,000, I Service authorities advise that many applications for War Gratuties' are still outstanding. Ex-servicemen and women and war widows should realise that thi'j ( will not be paid unless written applica- tion is made,

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

MORRISON'S CORNER Canley Vale UB1413 For . . . PETERS ICE CREAM, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY KODAK, and D. and P. SERVICE J. ROWELL GENERAL CARRIER Phone Liv. 34.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL P. and C. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

LIVERPOOL P. and C. I Monthlv meeting of Liveipool P.inni and Citizens' Aí>£ociation, held in iii oslo lunchroom on Wednesdaj 28ili April, under che chairmanship of Plai- dent J Hillier, decided to suppoit t" the full extent the agitation foi tin ' removal of the inmates of the St.it Hospital to some more suitable site Three representatives vveie appoint!" to attend as spokesmen for the Associa- tion unen Premier McGirr and HealtJ Minister Kelly meet representatives <>i local organisations on che subject on i date to be notified Date of this meeting v\as originally set down as 17th inst , but was put back owing to another public function havmg been pieviously ai - ' tanged for that date Among correspondence dealt with was a letter from. Mr McGur m which he | stated he would raise the matteis of i the time of the Campbelltown ti am carrying children to school and the con gestion at the barrier at Liverpool SU- , tion with the Minister for Transport Liverpool Council ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

if SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE if COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ING. if BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION if LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES. OILS, AND GREASES ¡ EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL (, 1 HI MIMIK , ^ \ M'l A.M E , Prop Authorised Inspection Station

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

Prepare Nsw for Winter Colds ard Blaokouts *HgABiATORS .SPIRIT STOVES 1/9 _ 2 RAR £3 * PRIMUS STOVES 47/3 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii||iiilillliwwiiwiiillliiiilii||i'i''i''''"''iii".i '¿UNGLE RAR 38/6 i swiss ( GROCERS SADDLERS *WEP)ON ELECTRIC * HURRICANE LAMPS 11/ H ARD WARE, WINE AKD-SPIWT MERCHANTS 'EÂBUÎ COOKERS 77/- (LANORA) THEY'RE «EW THEY'RE COOD C » WAS AND RUBBER FOOTBALLS, i size 16 6 COLE'S DELIVER THE GOODS COLE'S 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Soil Drinks, Ice dream, Con foclionery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakes and Drinks. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST.. LIVERPOOL CUT LUNCHES SANDWICHES, CAKBS AND PASTRY. TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. STATIONEHV GROCERIES. ANDERSONS SMALLWOODS. Phone UB7680 FOLLOW T1IK CROWDS . to C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool "Best Quality Meat Only' al Ruling Pi ices. Phone UB786Í W^L. SAYLE CHEMIST HARGREAVES PARK AT MAIN (JA TES VACUUM FLASKS English. 12 6 Sayle's for Satielartu/n. Phone Liv. 250 WHEATLEYS HIGH CLASS ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIFT FOR MISS BUGGY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

GIFT FOR MISS BUGGY -Qr Fellow - employees of Cabramatta Council arid friends took advantage-by permission - of the presence of many friends of Miss Buggy at the farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Adams last Friday .night, to present to her a gift in token of their regard and good wishes for the luturc, on her relinquishing her posi- tion to get married. Aid. Cooper (Mayor of Cabramatta) .first gave Miss Buggy a reference under Council's seal, humourously expressing the hope that she would not need to use it to convince anyone of her qualities in the married state. Town Clerk V. Winton extolled Miss Buggy's loyalty and efficiency and stressed that in 5 years and 2 days ser- vice she had never been known to critic l lse or speak ill of any person. Her pleasant personality and happy nature] l had made for smoothness and pleasant j working in the office and had made his . work much easier. Presenting Miss Buggy ¡ with a beautiful cut-glass bowl, he ex- pressed on behalf of Council's staff, ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLE CLUB NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

fflOTOR CYCLE CLUB NEWS j Owing to the terrific weather last Sunday the proposed .social tour to Mass Vale, Robertson and the South. Coast had to be abandoned However,; the tour will be held on next Sunday, i »th May. So here's hoping the weather < will be a little k nder Meeting place; will be the same, opposite Collingwood, Hotel, the time, 8 am 1 Your next general meeting will be on Friday, 7th May, commencing at 8 p.m. at "the Liverpool School of Arts. In the near future an English type¡ trial is lo be held jutt a.s soon a& thC; orgfji'sers lia vc planned out the course. We hope also soon to be able to an- nounce to members and those interested, an interesting night out at the Shell' Company's Thcatrettc where talks and Alms on motor-cycling topics will be presented. Remember, if you arc interested in motor-cycling, come along to club meet- ings. You are welcome to any assistance the club may be able to give

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY diOCK AND STA 1 ION AGENT j Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First _:>! M/v^uAKlE S1KLLÍ, -.iVcKPOOL UB7873 FARMS FARMS i'arramatta for Barm Buyers LYN REGAN **. licensed Stock and Station Agent i)3 Argyle Sreet (di btatton Spuj(ii. Side) PARRAMATTA Phone UW6S31 fot a Quick Sale, Ring Regan" AUCTION SAJ__T ~ ~" AUCTION SALE AUCTION SALE Poultry Farm (Plant, Furniture, Building Material Hammers Rd., NORTHMEAD SATURDAY, 8th MAY, 1948 at 1.45 p.m. Under la\oured instructions from i Mis. H. Barnes. l-OOK VOR THE FLAG. LISTEN FOR THE BELL. I PeU'i'sune Electric Incubator No ü lor 3000 egas, in good order. 1 Macquar.e Electric Brooder for 500 Had little use. l wo 4-section Broody Coops. 6 Drinking Troughs. 1 Ball-cock. | Two nest stands, 100ft. 3in. Leather Belting, as new Roll and part rolls lin. and 2in. Wne Netting, as new. I One 3-pce. Moquette Modern Lounge suite in very good order. i l Modern liard oak Kitchen Cabinet in tpiod order One 4ft 6m >...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

GREENS MODERN JEWELLERS for EXQUISITE PRESENTS Just Arrived. English Enfield Mantel and Small Bedroom Clocks 203 MACQUARIL S FM 1 I LIVERPOOI Phone UB7810 R.S.S. and A.I.L.A. Liverpool Sub-Branch T|he above Su(b Branch wilj, u> conjunction with the Royal Lm pir,e Society, hold <i FILM EVENING on TUESDAY, MAY 18th, 1948 at 8 p.m. in thii LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL showing "The British Way of Life" and "British Industries" AH Welcome and Admission FREE H. W. Clark, Hon Sec R.S.S. and A.I.L.A. NEWS ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY Mothers' Day is close at iiynd and ii gives us an opportunity to Iel mothei know we do really think oí her, and feel a sense of gratitude to her The gift we make is just the outward expression of our deeper sentiments Remember Mothers' Day, Sunday next May 9th Bottles . . all colors, and all sizes and. shapes except those with names on them or the very small are urgently required Tablet bottles are quite ac- ceptable too, and we will be very happy to pay f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

HOCKEY Another dme-dong game was witness- ed last Saturday at Moorebank when the speedy Mosman team defeated, the ! tocal first grade team two goals u> one The result v.a.s in doub* right up to final whistle The game was played at a terrific pace from staj i to finish the final ten minutes all in. favour of the locals, v,ho ueie attacking hard in their opponents 25 but could not penetrate the solid defence With an ounce of luck they should have evened the score But on the day the better team won Offside play spoiled their chances on many occas ons That, coupled with the knowledge and past experience ni first grade Hockey of their opponents, was. their undoing C Faulkeniar scored both Mosman's goals, and K Worth for Moorebanlt-Lu '.rpooL These lads are developing into a great team and are | worthy opponents for any team in the i competition i This Satuidaj, they play Cumberland) at Rydalmere, which is a happy hunt- I ing ground of ours, having won two ' grand finals tliere, beside...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

jl HOME PLANS Jp* For your convenience there is now operating an accurate ¡ |A» speedy Home Planning Sei vice in your o\\n district. I jf 7 day Service with money back guarantee is not completely : \| satisfied. II CONSULTING HOURS; , Hi MONDAY TO FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. I ? J FRIDAY NIGHT 7 p.m. to 8 P-m. j Mj SATURDAY MORNING 10 a.m. to 12 noon | H ^^ ERIC G. SATCHELL 1 Specialist in Modern Home Design. I 7§ Çotner Cumbzrland and Station Streets, CABRAMATTA I TIME FOR A QUICK ONE AT HOSFORD'S RAILWAY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL i . Right at the Station, LIVERPOOL r ' HOSFORD'S - THE HOUSE Of HOSP11 ALU V LIVERPOOL RIVE YOURSELF \ SERVICE al* MODERN CARS wi'h or without drivers id Dal) ui \\u.kl\ Hirn^ , I ni *\ li Al \ C<mi i". - Moderate Charges Z! i LIVERPOOL ÇRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Street <* Phone UB7661 I *JiP \ A. Newcombe lÈOXTON PARK H STORE li ! Big New Stocks GROCERIES. SMALLWOODS CONFECTIONERY = HARDWARE a« , CHILDREN'S LUNCHES j ? All the needs o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

HERE AND THERE ; Muít Ne« Arrival». To Mr. and Mrs. j Donald Floyd oí Rose Street, Liverpool, .i son (.Douglas Stewart; on 2nd May, "Ud LO Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Agostmo ol Bolinda! y Road, Liverpool a «m (Sam mj » on tile 3rd May. * * «. VKIOIJ aouned the effort^ oi caMcj H.jghus against Lansvale soccer team <it Ha: city's Oval last Saturday, score OLIJJJ, .J-3 Wayside scored 2 goals fo¡ the winners, and Hancock, Reardon and Green i each. * * * luina D Zeazely of Charles Sueet, Lu ti pool, is enthusiastic about the torui of his Lwo pioteges, Ross O'Brien ol Hammondville and Gordon Parley ol Lim pool He claims Ross to be the potential \unuei of next Stawell Gilt after his wins at Tamworth and Gun- nedah Though only very recently a piofessional, Ross lias been in the finals 17 tunes Gordon, only l8, seems a sxt tu loi the £500 Wagga Gift on New Year's Day Don i joigti tn< Liveipool Amateur Jji.iHuujt. SociUy s dante tomorrow iri^cu.w night ai Uie Town Hall m aid oí ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

THE COURTS -At Liverpool Police Court last Wcd n^diav; befo^ Mr Debenham ßM,, Joseph Stein, Albert Heckenburg, Clar- ence Heckenburg and William Healey were each fined £7/10/- with 23/- each 'in costs for cutting timber on the catch- ment area without the authority of the Water Board, For driving under the influence, Ed- ward Thomas Gavin was fined £20. Asking for time to pay, Gavin offered £1 a week. His Worship' Don't b2 ridiculous. I would consider a genuine offer. Time refused On a further charge of driving in a manner dangerous, Gavin was re- manded. * * * Reginald Percy Smailes was convicted of driving under the influence along the Hume Highway, Ca&ula, on April 24th and fined £10. He, too, was remanded on a further charge of dangerous driv- ing. ? * * Edward Arthur Seton was committed for trial on a charge of breaking and entering the Canley Vale branch of Pattens Ltd. on the night of 26th Feb- ruary. Dct-Sgt. Dallos of Rose Bay Police told of tracing Seton through an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

"ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Per Book' 226 MACQUARIE STRLLl, ! LIVERPOOL Wally Smith« CABRA VALE TAXI SERVICE Available for Weddings, Funerals etc. Tours arranged. Phone UB1726 1 I THE DOLLM 5AV®| ... AU BRITISH BEDFÍR#rRUCKS To» Piornpt Delivery Place your order now wilh PAT CULLENS SERVICE STATION HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL * SPARE PARTS + TYRES AT D 1ULLo I * ACCESSORIES 1 Phöne ÜBT816 Hrsan»ii.¿f>i*>Ví:.!»» i P. D. S. Producers' Co-op. Distributing Society LIVERPOOL BRANCH. PHONE UB72II For Dairy Produce, Grains, Groceries, Merchandise, Poultry Requisites. AK'-HI«, lor Howaid Rotary Hoes, etc. "Cap ii.»II 1'oultiv Ai cebones "Macquarie" Electric Brood^Js Multólo' Incubators, Brooders, elc. "AÜ.OWRIE" CHEESE IS AUSTR.u.!.,'/, BEST E. TULLY ? Fellow of Real Estate Institute- 1" K li I > STOCK, STATION AND ESTATE AGI N ! AUCTIONEER ¡specialists it Beal Estile ami Property management Stock Sales. 11 a.m. Every Saturday TULLY'S STOCKYARDS HIGH! AT STATION, LIVE...

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CONDENSED COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 May 1948

CONDENSED COUNCIL   Liverpool Council met last Turn   night. Present: Aid. Potter» fimith- .at Fitapatrick, Cullen, Carpenter, c$" and-yes, Garard. Absent, Aid. B. "' patrick, Kollinger, stenner, BanksG« T. Johnson. In the absence of the Mt JjLnn Deputy-Mayor Potter occupied the $L ex Miss Grimson, who has been in 0^Very cü's employ 12 months submitted »^a-tioi resignation on account of her imp1* °r a ing marriage. r taken Lchinist Plans submitted by tile Ashcroft gj"^ tate for a sub-division of OolUngJ^-p were examined with interest and rt|L ne red to the various interested conunltm^ u Aid. Smith urged the retention orSL^j munibipal roads through the tíM,eh ' Town Clerk Marsh said there were »g^ '_ Aid. Potter, Fitzpatrick, Garard ||n or Childs were chosen to meet an o$Sed i of the Transport Department tomtSToi c; (Friday) to confer on various ^Sn. the Electrical Engineer Buchan KpriHp°n' twenty-six general interruptions to ÄP1^ r ply during April. They al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 May 1948

MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS PTY. LTD VACANCIES GIRLS AND WOMEN REQUIRED Good Wages and Award Conditions Canteen Service al Mill Apply REILLY ST., LIVERPOO'. j or IMIUI:,: !.IV 322 01 I .V. 340 ! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmÊtmaB. .\ Girls from Villawood and Liverpool FINISHERS WANTED Highest Wages Paid, plus bonuses. Annua] Holidays and Sick Pay. Diniivgroom, Change room «ind Music. if Huiría, 8 io 4.40 p in it 40 Minute« Lundi. if Moinintf I«M Phone UB 1501 or call MAITLAND & RILEY i Building No. 4, Munition Area, I VILLAWOOD j 1 nun.'- Leightonfield ,S'itti<~iu

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