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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

^COLLINGWOOD! ! GARAGE I I li i IN THE FOREFRONT FOR| I :«: 20 YEARS. i .*. X ^.Official N.R.M.A. Gara»* f X . X {. General Motor Engineering X Body Building X il Panel Beating, Ducoing, I Oxy Welding 4 i * X OFFICIAL TESTER X J M. Barrett. Prop. j; J!PHONE: LIVERPOOL 317 j[ ROWER £3DP 69 SCOTT STREET. LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station ) FOR SEEDS it LAWN GRASS, a'l kinds. it .Ornamental Gourds. it PHLOX it PORTULACCA ? BUTTER BEANS Packet or liulk MLSS NORMA BRAY Florist ' A. T. MURRAY MP.S. CHEMIST Macquarie St., Ll' Phone Uv. 223 Cure that Cough. ? CARBONATED ^ COUGH MIXTURE for Bronchitis and Dry Cough»' 2/. per bottle »??I-X^-X^^K-X-X-^C' oooo fr o^C ^X"<K~X^X»<^~X"X»'X"X'fr fr fr <b+ fr * ' I 3 ROOM ii I SCH^E" ! j |^ BEDROOM (complete) ; j J* LOUNGE SUITE ) \ S ' ' KITCHEN SETTING I " Y from ! £99/18/6 CASH, TERMS OR X LAY-BY I GEO. PURDUE I 97 ARGYLE STREET, Y X (Opp. Parramatta Station) XAlso ISO CHURCH STREET» I PARRAMATTA I UW9075 X SMALLGOODS,...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

. . LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED URGENTLY in Liverpool District. Submit* particulars immediately. No sale no commission basis. For quick . results ring, write or call SYDNEY FARM SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney Phone Bl 188- After hours. Tei. FU«&50. FARMS WANTED L C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists Call, Write, or Ring Liv. 373. 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL LOST AND FOUND DARK JERSEY COW, branded BCW, £1 reward. W. Sims, Ash Road, Preston. LABOE ENVELOPE containing negatives and photos, between St. Luke's Church Hall and Chipping Norton, 16th Oct. 1946. Reward, Leader Office. FOR SALE LADIES' O.S. Cotton Pracks, Green, Blue, Fawn and Pink. Only 44/4 and 13 coupons at "Rosalind's", Macquarie St. Liverpool. WHEN SHE SAYS "YES" go to WEIR and GREEN for the ENGAGEMENT and WEDDING RINGS. Many beau- tiful designs. Web- and Grech. Liver- pool. PEARL SATIN Bridal Gown and Veil, used or.ce, SW, no coupons, £8. Mrs. P. Northey, Dickson Road, Lepping- ton via Liverpool....

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

UVERPÓOL GOLF CLUB ! Saturday, 5th: Rod Walker Trophy. Stableford: -. Philips 36, W. Murdock 35. Sunday morning, 6th-Sealed Nine Ho!es: J. Harrison 36. Sunday afternoon-Mixed Stableford: Mrs. Andrews and Peter York 58, Mrs. Russell and Geo. Chapple 51. Saturday, 12th .Stroke (A. Green Trophy: W. Dickey 58, A. Packer 63. Sunday 13th-Ireland Trophy: W. ; Plowers and M. Kirkham 4 up. Members reget that Vern Gooley is once again in hospital, having: under I gone a further Operation last week, and hope he will soon be fully recovered and back once again in the club. I ASSOCIATES 1 ' A very pleasant Visitor's Day wail I celebrated on Wednesday, 2nd October, j ; when visitors from Bansktown, Camp- belltown. Strathfield and Pymble com- peted in the evenus. The four-ball trophies were won by Mrs. Crowe and Mrs. Doherty (Strath- field) on a count back from Miss Battye and Mrs. Walker (Campbelltown) and I Mrs. Comes and Mrs. Liggins (Banks- town) . ! The best individual score for Liverpool Ass...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

THE COUNCIL At Tuesday night's meeting of Li pool Municipal Council & letter 'merely ' received" in which the Dep ment of Lands advised that they reu to agree to the closure of the road a! the western side of the Showground. The Department of Main Roads formed Council that it had adopte width of 105 feet in Hume Highway tween Atkinson Street and lot 8 j Box Road. It developed in debate t some of that 105 feet is. to be sliced the sancrosancl Golf Links! lu response to an appeal by the Un Old Age and Invalid Pensioners', Co *ál was going to give them a couple guineas towards tneir Christmas appt Aid. Smith bpoke so feelingly on tl uehalf that he melted the other al< manic hearts to tne extent of £5. attempted to do likewise with a li appeal from the T.B. Soldiers i tailors' Association but wasn't so ¡ ^essiul. They ll only get £2/2/-. When .v request from Mr. J. Kloj of Newbridge Road for permission sell ice-creâm» soft drinks and fi from a utility truck was being ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

R.S.S. and A LL A Ladies' Auxiliary (Liverpool £ub-Brandh) will 'Hold a DANCE in the LIVERPOOL TOV^NJ HALL on THURSDAY^ OCTOBER 31st 8 p.m. Ad^n*s»ion 2/

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. LUKE'S YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

ST. LUKE'S YOUNGER SET Monday, the 14th, was the final re- hearsal night for the participants in St. Luke5s Patronal Festival Concert. It was a full dress rehearsal and was supposed to be done as it would on the night of the concert. Tuesday, the 15th-The Night. The supper was a splendid success and all three sittings were conducted without any hitch. The actors, who were unable to at- tend the festival in the church because they had to prepare for their parts, now began to fidget and move restlessly around as they waited for the service in the church to end and as the scheduled time of the beginning of the concert arrived and passed tension increased. At, last the festival ended and the hall began to fill and continued to fill until highest capacity point was reached. Be- hind the curtains the scene shifters hurried about their work while the com? pere. Bob Randell, stalled for time and then the curtains opened and the first sketch was on. Then sketch after sketch was put on and ac...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUTH CAMPAIGN Successful Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

YOUTH CAMPAIGN Successful Concert Thy Sacred and Classical Concert held in the Regal Theatre, Liverpool, by court- esy of the management on Sunday night la.st. was very gratifying in its results to the local police who had organised the function to swell the funds of thc current Youth Campaign and Anti T.B. Appeal. The programme carried no less than twenty-two items and to complete it the show ran on to 11.30 p.m. Pat- rons therefore got their money's worth in quantity alone, but when the names of the many artists, Australia-wide in fame, are considered, then it may safely be said that never before in Liverpool has such value for money been enjoyed. Jack Burgess anU Bill Fennell proved to be in person all that they are over the air. Terry Howard, the boby-soxers' idol, made his first appearance since coming over from Adelaide. Everything went with a swing through- out. There were no gaps and no delays. Miss Mary Neal (cousin of our Det. Const. Neal who played so important a part in....

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

AROUND THE TOWN On Tuesday, of this week, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rayner became the proud parente of a little daughter. Mrs. Ray- ner; who is at ..Fairview.," Fairfield, intends to name the newcomer Maxine Margaret. Congrats Max and Missus. * * ?* Cn Sunday night, while 99.9 per cent of our local Copper force was at the Regal Concert, thieves broke into the Schcol of Arts and stole all the billiard balls. Champion Saunders was observed on his stomach at the Bowling Green all this week keeping in trim. Cunning as his cue is, he found the cushions too far away to cut any capers with Kitty. * « * Oh yes, another Rayner item! Max became licencee of the Liverpool Hotel on Tuesday. First case dealt with by the special licensing court, and promptly approved. * * * The Salvation Army is holding a Social Evening in the Protestant Hall on Sat- urday night (26th October). You'll like it if you go. * * * Did you know you can now get milk shakes at the Regal Theatre Confect- ionery Shop of Mr. Meyer Jr...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Saturday, 19th October. Par (C. Doll Trophy): A. Green (ll) 4 up. Sunday morning: Stroke Aggregate, W. Hutton and Randell 134, W. Mur- dock and J. Whiteford 135 F. Philips and Flowers 138. W. Dickey and G. Chapple 139. There was "a good roll up to compete I in the Mixed Canadian Foursomes play I ed on Sunday afternoon, under perfect weather conditions, for the R. Gordon j Trophy. A. Andrews and Miss Betty Kershler were the winners. Leading results: A. Andrews and Miss Betty Kershler 65, C. Hunt and Miss P. Williams 68, J. Whiteford and Miss Peggy Kershler 69, J. HarriF->n and Mrs. D. Russell 69. GOLF ASSOCIATES The Stableford Competition on Wed- nesday last was won by Miss C. Hunt with 30 stableford points. j Miss B. Battye was the winner of the j stroke round played on Saturday, with I a 69 nett. The Lovejoy Memorial Trophy for the | best 3 out of 9 stroke rounds programmed ! during the year has now been finalised, Mrs. D. Russell being the winner with nett s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

REGAL THEATRE LIVERPOOL ONLY PREPAID RESERVES SATURDAY EVENING. PERMANENT RESERVES HELDi UNTIL 6 p.m. SATURDAY, j Rix G THEATRE IF YOU ARE; NOT COMING. SESSIONS AT 6 P.M. AND 7.45 P.M. NO RESERVES KEPT AFTER 7 30 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY October 25 and 26 2 MAIN FEATURE SHOW Scarlet Street (A) (Definitely Unsuitable for Ghildren) with ED. G. ROBINSON JOAN BENNETT DAN DURYEA Also "DEADLINE AT DAWN" with PAUL LUKAS SUSAN HAYWARD SPECIAL KIDDIES' MATINEE. SATURDAY "RATS OF TOBRUK'' MONDAY anti TUESDAY i October 28 and 29 AUBREY SCHENCK « Suitable for Adults Onlr 20tn CINfURIf fOX WCTUHt Also "CAPT. TUGBOAT ANNIE"* WED. and THURS. October 30, 31 SHE PLAYS A ROMANTIC MAS- QUERADE - IN FEAR OF HER LIFE. DOROTHY LAMOUR ARTURO DE CORDOVA Masquerade in Mexico PAIR!" KNOWLES ? ANN DVORAK A Mitchell Leisen Production. NOi SUITABLE FOR CEN. EXHIBITION Also Craip Stevens THE HIDDEN HAND" A. Tel. Liv. 524. 175 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL JUST ARRIVED ! ATTRACTIVE LINEN FROCKS in various styles and c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

MRS. HALL for MODERN HAIR STYLING SALON ¡20 Macquarie St., Liverpool for tihe ONDULUX" PERM [AKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP pit Drinks. Tee Cream. Con ?ctionery. Milk Bar. Milk Shako i ;md Drinks, only 4d. > MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL ni Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. tationery. Groceries. TELEPHONE. LTV. 276_¡ CAMPBELL >; WEDDING BREAKFASTS ATEBED FOE IN PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT PILLINGERS, Cater«« 52 Station Road, AUBURN one ÜX6413 your next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser . 0 Terminus Street, Liverpool hineless, Eugene and Non-Electric rms. done with every comfort to the ient. Phone Liverpool 212 GIRLS WANTED! A Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. LIGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES CONGENIAL CONDITIONS 2 WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS ANNUALLY APPLY: LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO. Terminus Street. Liverpool Manufacturers of FROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES PHONE: LIVERPOOL 239 For Prompt Delivery of SAND, METAL, ASHES, SOIL ...

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NEW SCREENING TIMES AT THE REGAL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

NEW SCREENING TIMES AT THE REGAL The new screening times at the Regal Theatre are sure to prove popular with tr-.catregoers, for they are designed to provide the best service for the bulk 01 picture fans, besides catering for those who wish to see the latest newsreel! md short subjects. On Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday. ¿nd Thursdays, the show commences a /.30 p.m. and will screen special shori iubjects and newsreels until 8 p.m. Ai â p.m. the main ieature will be screen- ed, followed by the associate featun after interval. Cn Fridays and Saturdays the shov comir.;ncec with thc associate featur. at 6.15 p.m., followed by short subject* iwiic.s jjossible) until 8 p.m., then-tnt .nain feature. The associate feature wil be screened again after the second in terval. Ibis idea is mainly to provide week- night patrons with an opportunity o seeing not only the fine main feature. inj. b t c.. J catering ¿"or the manj ... a; - i:..- ¡.cst ti ncwsicels anc ..iii... au..; ? Ano.her tucp forwau ...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK SPORTS Handicaps [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

ST JOHN'S PARK SPOJrÇTS j Handicaps I The big-prized sprint (£50 for 120 yards j which will bc the star event at Et . John's Park on Saturday next, the 26th, is attracting some well-known runners. Ia the list below, which covers the full ciaw for the four heats, arc some popular identities. The £50 if* divided Into £40 (and a sash) for first, £7 for second and £3 for third. The draw: First Heat: Ft. McIntyre, scratch, P. Scott 3Jyds, R. O Keefe 5Jyds, E. Ban- ner 6yds, H. Delaney 7jyds, A. Steed man 8¿yds. 2nd Heat: A. Keyes 2¿yds, W. Hasler 3yds, P. Bailey Siyds, S. Goldfinch 6yds, -. Oabson 8yds. -. Taylor 5yds. 3rd Heat: P. Banner 22yds, P. TUdsley 5¿yds, R. Brodie 73yds, S. Punch 8yds, G. Evans 4yds. 4th Heat: C. King 3yds, J. Tippett 3yds, -. Saddler 53yds, E. Richardson 63yds,. F. Punch iojyds. A noticeable inclusion in this list of runners is that of the two Banners who are nephews of the famous Tim Ban- ner. Scratchman R. McIntyre is an exceptionally good performer also. W. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

STYLISH EYEWEAR IF rrs YOUR EYES? CONSULT . . . C. T. LORENZ 285 CHURCH STREET :: PARRAMATTA AND AT AUBURN ? CUT FUMERS * SPECIAL OFFER To Growers. PINK EASTER DAISIES Extya Latrge Clumps 25/- per 100 a LUSTY Nurseryman Gordon Road, Moorebank Phono: Liv. 320 3 ASSORTED SHRUBS 1 Gnusta I Japanese Honeysuckle 1 Mauve Crepe» Myrtie. 4/- THE 3 or 30 Giant Asters 3/ S. R. DAVISON Whitford Road, Hoxton Park WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23. AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) R. T. Hoskins, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN UX7795 r:m<cilrury Branch: UA2537 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR (Commissioner for AR ts. N.S.W. ¡»no Victoria) RAIL WAV PAKADE, CABRAMATTA UB 1*10 And Twylprd House, 17 Castlereagh St ' Sydney. B4408. Resuming: Practice atter Military SeiA-ice ESTATE AGENT E. C GRUCHY Estates Managed. Rents Collected. Mortgages and Finance Arranged Agent for Alliance Assur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

JALTTY" I Our Motto $ THE $ :HOICEST FRUITS $ iND VEGETABLES ? Only I . BILLETT \ ¡ott St., LIVERPOOL I [HEELERS Phone Liverpool 65 ÉELON BAKEO JAM PASTRY Pkt. HAMEL AMERS ENAMEL DISHES 4/3 IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL Railway Street, Liverpool Phone: Uv. 219 ^MATRON H. C. DAVIES .N.A. A.N.F. (State Reg:.) al and O bes trie Cases STESSEN HAMBURGER AND COFFEE INNS MILLER'S >TT ST. (opp. Fire Station) LIVERPOOL FAYS FRESH GOODS -?NFECTIONERY CREAM & MILK BAR | m R DRY CLEANING Ai THE LOCAL DEPOT JONES DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: i DOUGH 187 Macquarie St reel Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, npu. Rai!«vu y Station DLLINGWOOBj GARAGE THE FOREFRONT FOR? 20 YEARS. X Y ;icial N.R.M.A. Garage.^ ^neral Motor Engineering Body Building panel Beating, Ducoing, Oxy Welding | OFFICIAL TESTER | M. Barrett, Prop. £ (ONE: LIVERPOOL 3171 NEW AND ENLARGED LOUNGE SERVICE * SECLUSION + SELECT COMPANY All Yours in file Lounge at The Collingwood HOTEL HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL Phone Liv. 5. J. Marsden!, Licensee. PHON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

REPLATING AND RESILVERING Your old tarnished Cutlery and Silverware is made like new with our modern, quick and economical method. AUSTRALIAN SILVER SUPPLY Siheardown andi Bushell Oilhrting Agents: Satisfaction Guaranteed

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NEPEAN SHIRE LOCAL REPATRIATION COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

NEPEAN SHIRE LOCAL REPATRIATION COMMITTEE -<S ... A public meeting was held at the Bringelly Public School on Wednesday, 16th October, for the purpose of form- ing the above Committee. The meeting was well attended and was successful in ail phases. The Com- mittee was formed anú executives of this ~ody duly appointed. The following is a list of the names of the executives appointed and the area represented: President. Mr. c. S. Barton (Lep- pington and Preston i ; treasurer, Mr. A. Downes (Luddenham, Wallacia and Mulgoa); secretary. Mr. C. S. Bowey (Bringelly and Rossmore); Mr. B. Bhih dorn (Austral), Mr. P. W. Naylor (Eadgery's Creek and Kemp's Creek), Mr. J. C. Mills (Hoxton Park) and Mr. Mr. T. Scott (West Hoxton and Green Valley). Members of the General Committee consist of: Mr. T. Downes (Bringelly), Mr. G. A. Hunter (Hoxton Park), Mr. L. H. Snidmore (Mulgoa), Mr. R. L. Thompson (Hoxton Park), Mr. C. J. Starkey (Wallacia), Mr. W. WaddeU (Hoxton Park and Austral), Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

i'COLES j I GENERAL MERCHANTS Groceries, Hardware, Wines 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL THIS IS GARDENING TIME FOR CULTIVATORS RAKES f HOES SPRAYS j SPADES ! HAND PLOUGHS j EDGE CUTTERS ! COME TO COLES ' CARDEN WHEELBARROWS . ._.. .. 35 - each i>_. WOLLONDILLY ] FLY SPRAY I NOW REVIVED. Il is a mi! pre-war Spray, Non-puiso'inus. wi -leacÜv in Miose j enemies, FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. ! J 1^ P#»r Pint Bottle, from ! A. T.MURRAY-CHEMIST LIVERPOOL MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS REILLY ST., LIVERPOOL Phone Liv 322 or Liv. 346 WANTED WOMEN wi* ex» rience 1» Worsted m olders. GIRLS, 15 18 years, wife «r without experience. BOYS. Vacancies for a limit- ed number. Good Wage-, for juniors to commence. Adult rate at 19 years of agc if commencing at 15 yars of age for females. A I'PLY : National Employment Off ce or direct to Mill Office. ATTENTION, MOTORISTS! YOUR CAR OR TRUCK NEEDS A NEW COAT See us for a workmanlike job COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. Hume Highway, LIVERPOOL (»pp. Collngwood Ho...

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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOC, [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOC, At the last meeting of the Liverpool Branch it was decided to send a depu- tation of three to address the Council with a view to the provision of a Rest Room for women. Clothing that had been collected for UNKRA, quite a substantial amcïmt, was dîliveted to the Town Hall. After general business was concluded, play-reading was enjoyed. The play chosen was "Aunt Lizzie's Friend," and those taking part were Mesdames Clark, Tebb Healy, Selway, Hinds, Twemlow and Everett. The Branch will te holding a stal' in Macquarie Street tomorrow t Friday) and donations of any kind will be most welcome. Donations may be left at the stall or at Mrs. Tebb's. The next meeting is set down for Thursday, 14th November.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 October 1946

DON'T FORGET THE ST. JOHN'S PARK SPORT Carnival on SATURDAY, OCT. 26 i £100 Programme. Spectacular Sports Evente £50 PRIZE MONEY FOR ST. JOHN PARK MEMORIAL GIFT ADMISSION, 2/-. CHILDREN 6d. CYCLE RACING . . . WOOD CHOPPING . . . CHILDREN'S EVENTS. . . . GYMKHANA PHYSICAL CULTURE DISPLAY PUBLICAN'S BOOTH All Carnival Stall». Ice Cream. PAT CULLEN'S GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION Hume Highway, Liverpool Repairs at Reasonable Rates. ALL THE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE IF YOUR CAR BOILS Get Your Radiator Checked and Cleaned- Phone Liv. 525j WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS AT CHURCH OR HOME by Expert«. Socials^ Dances, etc. Attended. a POST CARDS - 12/- per dozen Consult: Mies HOUGH, Florist, 187 Macquarie S'reet, Liverpool For Appointments. Phone Liv. 508 Developing- and Printing-2/- ail sfae*i "SHAMROCK" FLOWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET. LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station) MISS NORMA BRAY Florist For Ali Wreaths, Sprays and Wedding Bouquets at shortest notic«. ic Artificial Dress Sprays 5/3 ir Artificial Fl...

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