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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

MOTOR ENGINEERS ~ AUTO ELECTRICIANS Full Facilities for All Branches of >he Motor Repair Trade. SPECIALISED AUTO ELECTRICAL SERVICE. + COMPLETE ENGINE RE CONDITIONING Efficiency andi Promptness Assured FREE: Air, Plug Cleaning and Testing Battery, Crankcase, and Transmission Service Large Stock of Accessories, Oils and Greases LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL G- E. HUM PHI? YS, A. M. I..A.M. E.. Prop. H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL 3-ocal Agent for Ai! Leading Boll Ie Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Baijs, Bottles. Bones, Rags, Kitchen Fats. Scrap Meta!, AU at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS, Liv. 563 -AINSWORTH STUDIO 53 BATHURST STREET, LIVERPOOL. Phone Liv. 150. FOR YOUR PORTRAIT We Endeavour to Solve Your Meat Profailems. " " I GEDDES; MEAT MART Macquarie Street, Liverpool ! FOR AI FAT YOU CAN FAT. Best altem ion given to ? children. Phone UB7836 FOR THAT 1947 HAIR-DO MISS MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT ST, LIVER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

GROCERS RDWARE AND WINE ANO SPIRIT MERCHANTS! & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL AGENTS FOR deeper io intel Han ANY othtr Und of WINDOW ADJUSTABLE CUSS LOUVRES KEEPS HOT SUN OUT!.. LETS COOL BREEZES mn AU, YOUR GARDENING NEEDS QUALITY HOSE 5" and J" from, M ft. PHONE UB7639 OUALJTY MEAT *ND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER tfJQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB788S Children Given the Same Attention as Adults. SATISFACTION_ASSURED ( ÍDER NEW MANAGEMENT. . I FOLEY'S CORNER (Lale j ERMINUS STREET :: LIVERPOOL *resh Fruit and Vegetables Daily. Fresh Cakes Daijy- 1 THE SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL. j ~~ i A. JARVIS j flILK BAR, ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY GENERAL STOREKEEPER, PRODUCE MERCHANT 423 Hume Highway, Liverpool ikes, Fruit, Smallgoods. 'Phone: Liv. 43 WOLLONDILLY | v. MOSQUITOES j HE RESULT A FOREGONE CONCLUSION I rOLLONDlLLY . I UV AYS has a Speedy Victory over Flies, | osquitoes and Silverfish- WOLLONDILLY is safe, sure and |* economical, X PINT COSTS only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

Phone: UB7608 Week-níglu nesatj..s c^iamti.ce 7.30 p.m. Friday unj saturday, ti.ïà p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to nouiy ii nui coming hy per- manent reserve hoi.e.s c_r.ccL> teserves. FRIDAY "SATURDAY January J 0-1J BETTE DAVIS. CLAUDE RAINS, WALTER ABEL, in "MK. fcKEfrlNGTON" (M J and The Comedy Scream o} Ike Year "IT hMoULDN T HAPPEN TO A UOG (Q) MATINEE - Roddy McDowell jn "THE PIED PIPER" also "IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOC _ MONDAY - TUESDAY January 13-14 JOAN FONTAINE, ORSON~ WELLS in "JANE EYRE" (A) Also "MURDER IN THE MUSIC HALL" (A> WED. - THURSDAY January 15-16 OLIVIA DE H A VI ELAND ÖWTRKE" Also SHE-WjOLF OF LONDON' A ( Horror Film) J NO MATINEE WEDNESDAY MATINEE THjURSDAY, 140: STATE PANTOMIME "MOTHER GOOSE" and "PRINCESS O'ROURKES WEDNESDAY MATINEE SPECIAL lillian Skinner's Stage Pantomine "JACK AND THE BEANSTALK" Also "CAPT. EDDIE DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducoing, Duluxing, Polishing, ¡Waxing, PaneJbeating, Trim- ming or Uphold ering? If so - try THE COLLIN...

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DOG DOINGS PRIZES FOR PETS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

DOG DOINGS PRIZES FOR PETS The "Back to Liverpool" Celeb Committee has made special ai merits with the Canine Corporal Australia to conduct a big Dog and Pe* Gymkhana on the Show; on Sunday, 26th January, comm at 2 p.m. The Show will be opa the Mayer. Aid. B. C. Pitrpa'ri This programme covering no les 25 Classes of 40 different breeds oi v.;P. bs ths most comprehensive ¡rind ever presented to Liverpool pq The Canine Corporation of Ai hays VE ry generously foregone th< ranged and advertised fixture a comba to assist local Diggers in funds fer the John Edmondson Memorial Club. Entries in .the Cog Show may be with Mr. H. Shaw, Chemist, Ma( Street. Liverpool or at the Deader 42 Scott Street. Following ai Breeds and Classes: ?.5 CLASSES FC I» ALL BRKLD! DOGS Your Dog May Be Entered in as Classer as he is Eligible for a: i BREEDS: Airedales, Alsatians, Ai an terriers, Eeaglcs. Bulldogs Terriers. Borzois Black and Ta« riers, Gellies, Cocker Spanials. 1 Chows. Catie Cogs, Deerho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

TAXI! CALL U B 7 8 8 0 j IMMEDIATE SERVICE. 24 HOURS A DA] i *JO|) pajraqeD Xjjcpads i^eiaunj 'ßatjaej 'e3inp¡p3y^ ! A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macqu«r> Street, Liverpool i j Hot md CoH Water Throughout. Best Refrigeration. ' WE DELIVER. Phone UB784 GIVE YOURSELF A NEW YEAR TREA1 with a Danish Cool Warn NO ODOUR, NO HEAT, NO DISCOMFORT. The latest hair-do in America. Quick to do and long lasting FOR THE DANISH COOL WAVE, see "JUDITH EVE" MACQUARIE STREET :: LIVERPOOL or Phone UB7857 for Appointment I LIVERPOOL TAXI RANK PHONE LIVERPOOL 483 L. Raw, Proprietor * CROSS ROADS LIVERPOOl Try the LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS' & KEA 30 ROSE ST., LIVERPOC For Your Wedding or Birth Parties. Tel. Liv. 488. - G, C0;©PER For AU Gardai» Requisite* Cut Flowers, Seedlings, Shr Seeds,, Fertilisers 203 Macquarie St., Liverpo ZO LOLOMA- ST., CABRAMATl MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS IPTY. LTD. VACANCIES MILL OPENS MONDAY. 13th JANUARY GIRLS AND WOME REQUIRED EXCELLENT WAGES and AWARD CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

WATT FOR rr ! THE WILLYS IS ON THE WAK itv »J is*the famous Jeep's younger brother, with ail the jeep s sturdy strength ana1 reliability, plus STYLE, COMFORT, AND ECONOMY Oilier cars will be old-fashioned when the WILLYS arrives. Place your order w ill PAT. CULLEN Willys Dealer for the District. GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION HUME HIGHWAY. LIVERPOOL.-Thone UB 7815 TOM SHARPE for FRUIT AND, VEGETABLES - ? -li Fresh Supplies Daily 10/ MACQUARIE STKEET LIVERPOOL Our Motto: Quality and Service. ll herc (Juality ana Safety Count - We do the W^ork. Qui. L JOHNSON LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER (list- ¿920) PHONE: UV. 347 527 CABRAMATTA RD. CABRAMATTA ll Manchester St., Dulwich HUI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

THE WORST OF SUMMER HEAT IS STILL TO COME I G KT THE MOST out of YOUR REFRIGERATOR CHUM BROS. GORDON RD., MOOREBANK | PHONE UB1692 will check it expertly and carry out any necessary repairs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

wurr Ow Motto THE KINCEST FRUITS D VEGETABLES Ody BILLETT tt St , LIVERPOOL i HEELERS KMP PIE D TIN j STEAK pDING I TIN STEAK & TOMATO TIN 1/3 CORNED BEEF TIN ll IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL I Raliway Street, Liverpool Phone UB7819 MATRON H. C. DAVIES r.N.A. A.N.F. (State Eeg.) general and Obestrie Cases 1CATESSEN ! HAMBURGER AND COFFEE INN« ; MILLER'S 30TT ST. (opn. Fire Stationl X LIVERPOOL i MYS FRESH SMALL GOODS % CONFECTIONERY $ : CREAM & MILK BAR S tones IDRYCLEANERS I Liverpool: K HOUGH 187 Macquarie Street I Cabramatta : ?GERAGHTY, opt). Railway Stalior DLLINGWOOD] ?GARAGE ?THE FOREFRONT FORl I 20 YEARS ?cial N.R.M.A. Garage.; ?leral Motor Engineering I Body Building fcnel Beating, Ducoing, I Oxy Welding ?OFFICIAT. TESTER I M. Barrett, Prop. .NE: LIVERPOOL 31? "SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 Scott Stree* Liverpool FOR ALL WREATHS. SPRAYS AND BOUQUETS Norma Bray. Florist. CAMELIA FLORIST 34 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Keai and Artificial Flowers and Wpath.v, Sprays. Flor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

PAINTING REPAIRfr StGNWRimNC C. HUBBARD Moorebank Avenue. Moorebank Phone Liv. 258 0Nr)FR~NP.W j MANAHFMFMT j "THF H AMO Y STORE" I Previu'^lv t"-eva'"i Iv Mfrs L. Weir, I is nev.- u 'der tba M<ina<?emcnt of i H WILKINS i I COOL DRINKS. ICE-CREAM, SWEETS, FRUIT AND VEGE ¡ TABLES, 5MA1JLGOODS i FULL STOCKS CF GBOCEBJES AT I CITY FBICES HEADACHES ? CR EYESTRAIN? Clear, Comic it" ble Vision ar.d Freedom flrom Headaches truans BeMer Healitii . . . Improve^ E,cf teeney. Ccnsuli C. T. LORENZ (Western Suburbs) Pty. Ltd. 31 AUBURN ROAD 285 CHURCH STREET AUBURN PARRAMATTA LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR i Commissioner for Affts. N S W ¡mc Victoria) RAILWAY PARADE, CABRAMATTA UB 1710 And Twyford House. IV Cnstlereaeh St Sydney. B4408. Resuming Practice after Military Service AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright. B.V.Sc. «Sydney University» R. T. Hoskins. B.V.Sr. (Sydney University) 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN. UX7795 Canterbury Branch: UA2557 , . DAT AND NIGHT,. S EE VICE ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

RETURN THANKS FITZPATRICK — In loving memory of our darling baby Marilyn, who passed away 4th January, 1946, aged 11 months. Not a day do we forget you, In our hearts you are always dear. We who loved you sadly miss you. As it dawns the first sad year. Always remembered by her mother, dad, Reg, Ray, Peter and June, and Aunty Lucy and Uncle George. HILTON — Mr. W. Hilton, Mr. E. Hil- ton, Mrs. F. Lewis, Mrs. E. Billett, Mrs. S. Lloyd, Mrs. D. Saunders and their families, wish to sincerely thank all rel- atives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, letters and telegrams, and especially Mrs. F. Helliwell, Mrs. T. Nicholls, Rev. Meyer and Dr. B. Pirie for their help and kindness in the loss of their beloved Mother and Grand-     mother, Ellen.  

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POPULAR PROMOTION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

POPULAR PROMOTION Among the November police promo- tions, and one that gave considerable .satisfaction to the great bulk of Liver- pool citizens, was that of Senior Con-' stable Ian Dixon of the Liverpool Police to the rank of Sergeant 3rd class. Sgt. Dixon ("Dick" to a great host of friends and genuine admirers among th elaw-abiding, and even affectionately so known among many of the not-so law-abidîng) has, since his (Fojourn among us in Liverpool, fully lived up to the fine reputation that came before him from Gilgandra, where he was pre- viously stationed. Quiet, tolerant, un- derstanding and helpful-ali these qual ilities "Dicke" posasses in p;nçrous measure. Withal he is a very efficient policeman related by liv; superiors ;.nd well-regarded by his comrades. lt has taken "Dick' 22 years to reach Hie rank of Sergeant, but ho is still one of the comparatively younger men hold in- the rank. He ts a World War I d.ç ger, having enlisted at the a;>e of 16 years and four months. B...

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"BACK-TO-LIVERPOOL" CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

"BACK-TO-LIVERPOOL' CELEBRATIONS With only a little more than two weeks for the finality of preparations for the Celebrations, the Committee is working feverishly. Another ' Queen" candidate has en teixd the field-Miss Madge Stanton will represent Liverpool Hotels and is al- ready a red-hot favourite in the tipping. Besides the Foundation Garment do- nated by Berlei Ltd. (which will be fitted to thc winner's measure by Rosa- lind Freck Salon, Macquarie. Street), Liverpool) and the three lovely pairs of Kayser sheer hosiery, the Queen will also get a free ondulux Wave kindly do- nated by Mrs. Hall of "Judith Eve's." Warwick Farm Progress Association, with which Cumberland Social Associa- tion is collaborating, are most energeti- cally working for the success of their candidate, having- already held a dance, housie-housie, and sold over 500 buttons bearing Miss McKay's photograph. The sub-committee handling the ar- rangements for the procession have some real surprises in store, espec...

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THE COURTS FRIDAY'S DRUNKS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

THE COURTS FRIDAY'S DRUNKS James Patrick Dunn. 21. wps not present when his name was called to answer a. drunkenness charge at Liver- pool Prlic? Cour', last Friday, so his bail of 30'- wa1; dée'lared forfeit by Mr. Meaçher. S.M. Jack Bray. 00. and Lawrence Delchary who did appear, were admonished and discharged when conviet?d of the same charge. MONDAY'S: DRUNKS Recognizance.'-, were forfeited bv tho bellowing men charged and convicted in their abs'nee at Liverpool on Monday: Jack C3ssi-\ Ai Huh- Schofield. Geo. Henry Blackwell. ? Sydnev Moore. Harry Moore. Present in custody and pleading guilty to similar charges Georffcy Swin- son, Leonard Maxwell Hartas. James Wrisht and Fredk. Sullivan were ad- monished and discharged. j * * * OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR When Const-ble Little and Sgt. Rudge | ".eut to the Ho*'1 Liverpool a*. 3.30 last Saturday afternoon and wer putting a drunken man n the poilce car. Francs Fitzgerald came to the door of the hotel and looked O.T. The arrested man was r...

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PEEPS INTO THE PAST NO. SEVEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

PEEPS INTO THE PAST NC. SEVEN Tnese were ti.c- major topics, each in '»vt turn, a.nong Liverpool ciCii.cs 01 10». jt^rs ago: '¿.ie Australian Agricultural Company, w.uich had had a ¡nonopciy o; tr¡e v/nols .. trie Newcastle ccalfiEi.s since 1828, up their lease on terms most ad antáseous to themselves, in 1847. Xi.i Colonial Government (c.isre «ere "j îtpaiate £uus then) i..w.^u(.ja t..j ¿lew tíquattins hegjlations i.. "my. Lana in the colony was divided irita L-irca ..¿ais:s: Ciass I, Settled Lands, cuuiu bs iiahsa one year; class 2, intermediate lancis, could be leased eight years; class j, unsettled lands, rourteen years. The separation question was at its height. The agitation from the Port Phillip Settlement to break away from N.S.W. continued until it was at last successful in 1850. Lady Fitzroy was killed on 7th De j cember, 1847, by being thrown from her carriage against a tree in Parramatta I Park. Full population of the colony was 193,704; of the Liverpool District 3046. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

SIX DAYS OF FAST-MOVING FUN AND FROLIC Back to Liverpool C EL EBBA TMfpNS PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE JOHN EDMONDSON, V.C. MEMORIAL CLUB FOR LOCAL RETURNED SOLDIERS y H A T A PROGRAMME OF PLEASURE! WEDNESDAY, 22nd JANUARY 'A BIG BOXING AND WRESTLING PRO- GRAMME in Liverpool Town Hall, with Vic Pat- rick appearing personally. Billy Meeske, KillJer Mc- Coy and other prominent Sydney and local matmen FRIDAY, 24lh: The BIG informal com- fortable. g*Kis-you-plcase FLANK ICI. HALL in the Town Mall with îoc-i ini^ ling music from a good orchfcslra. <lain1v Summer sup]XM\ novelties and the Crowning of \he QUEKN OF LIYF.':T< X iL. SUNDAY, 26th H IG DOG AND PET SHOW conducted by the Canine Corporation oí Australia plus BIG CYC ?LING including a State Chfunpionshfp of 3 milesi under the auspices of the N.S.W. Amateur Cy- clists' Union, on the Show- ground . SATURDAY, 25th * THE BIGGEST ATHLETIC CA KN'I VAL ever held in the District. £250 for Footrunning alone .- £120 for the "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

WHY SEND TO TOWN WHEN WE ARE NOW IN THE POSITION ITO DO ALL YOUR REPAIRS COPPERS COPPER RE-CASING And All Sheet-Metal Ropa'rs, e c We Pick Up and Deliver A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET :: LIVERPOOL Telephone UB7868 ^UP^^J-.».'TJ-jlMUlMMIUIIMMMlMWMIMl-^LLJlJUlJUBUMUaMM^^MMM I MISS CLARKE \ % iLs.u.' iL vi i sí i'.'ii h) $ ftlACQUAKWi ST.. LIVLUi'OOLY, % QUALITY BLOCK CAKE ¿ *( AND SPONGE Y j£ ICE CREA:.: ¿I:I<J <? 'ÜNFECTIONERY**. LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, pi op REMOVALS GENERAL CARRYHG SAND, ASHES, SOIL, j METAL. Ec. Phone Liverpool 34. I ACQUttE THAT WEM. (.ROOMED j AP?>t-.AKANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridge^) Has in stock all the popular Tobaccos and Cigarettes, and a wide range ol Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines J. ATTENTION MOTORISTS I Panel Beating and Repairs done cheaply. E. A. TAYLOR C/o. Collingwood Garage Hume Highway, Liverpool Phone Liv. 317. BOOK EARLY FOR TH IC FLANNEL BALL TOWN HALL LIV...

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Around the Town [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

Around the Town Mick Rouse barged into the office j through the week breathing fire and , "brimstone. Reckoned we had devoted too much space to mention of his own efforts in our report of the Hoxton Park Gymkhana at Austral and not enough to his colleagues. Well Michael me bhoy, , "With all respects tc the others (and they I ARE a hard-working team ! ) it looker lo us as though you lost the mot per- spiration on thc day in question. But perhaps that wa- only because of your good condition? * * » Tràu very pcpular r ulcer iii charge of the local Salvat cn Army Corps, Cai--. Mann, is ieavinp us on Tuesday next for Kendall on the ncr:h coast. He has made many real fri-lids since his sojourn anion? us ana «'ill be greatly missed. Liverpool Diggers, v.vc will always IC metnber his sympathy :wà leadiness to help th?m, gave him an impromptu fend off the other night. Capt. Prus?iug i~ coming to take Cam. Mann's place. * * * ^ Pop up to Pikey and asked him who I gave him Hie nutrid IT. nf mi...

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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

AROUND THE TOWN ! A Social Evening- to honor Capt. Mann I ?)( the Salvation Army, who is leaving us lext week to take up duties on the Vorth Coast will he held in the Prot- estant Hall at 7.30 p.m. on Saturday night. A farewell Service will be held I iy the Army on Sunday. * * * A 16 yrs. old lucal girl. Miss Nancy "?udçe, has boen select td lo play in the 'orthcoming Australian Lawn Tennis Championship o' the White City. Com leting bi the Wilson Cup. she will meet iris considerab'"" older than herself - :'rls up to 19 yrs are eligible. The ser- es begins on 14th January, and all ' "Mates are to be represented. We heart Iv congratulate Mis Rudge on her ed- ition - no sns^U achievement for there 'ere no less than 50 candidates origin Uy, and it was well deserved when dad ??pt a long-standing- promise to Nancy 'id bough* her a beautiful wristlet .vatch when she made tl1.'.» grade as one f the final four.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

LAND AND,PROPERTY FARMS WANTED L C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialist« Call, Write, or Ring UB7873 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL FOR SALE O.S. COTTON FROCKS, blue and green floral. 44 4 and 13 coupons. Rosalind's Frock Salon, Liverpool. LOVELY Blue Check Winter Dress Lengths, no coupons. Apply Leader Office. FIVE S.H. 600 x 16 TYRES, £5 the lot. 224 Macquarie St. Liverpool. UB .7897. ONE SMALL MEN'S Dinner Suit, in good order. Apply O. J. Tolmie, 84 Copeland Street. Liverpool. CHIP BATH-HEATER, good older, kit- chen sink, porcelain; bathroom basin. R. Champion, Swain St. Moorebank. NEW BUTCHERS' BLOCKS. perfect condition, 2x2x3. H. Flegg, 321 Hume Highway. Liverpool. Phone Liv. 563. BEAUTIFUL CUT-GLASS. Pottery, Royal Stafford Ware at Weir and Green's, 194 Macquarie St. Liverpool. TYRES. TYRES. TYRES. We have the 'argest stock hi the District. 16in, 17 In. I8I11. 19in, 20in and 21in. Also *?2x6 and 32>7 Truck Tv'es. L. Raw. Cross Roads Garage Liverpool. Phone Liv. 268. FLORAL SATIN 2-...

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BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 16 January 1947

BUILDINGS Liverpool Council on Tuesday night approved of the following- building ap- plications: Mr. J. Leon. Erection oí cottage, Lang Road, Casula. Lot C., valued at £1200. Mrs. C. Willcocks. Erection of tim- ber framed flbro cottage, Lots 78/80. Moorebank: Avenue. Value £850. Mrs. O. M. Beazley. Erection of tim- ber framed flbro cottage. Lot 52 Cnai les Street. Value £1150. , Mr. A. Stubbs. Erection of timber framed ííüro cottage, Lot 51, CharUs Street . Value £950. Producers Co-op. Society Ltd. Erec- tion of corrugated iron warehouse. Lot 10, George StreetJ 8 Value £2000. Mr. P. Helimers. Erection of work- shop. Lot ?8. (Jordon Road. Moore- bank. Valué £40: E. T. Burkwood. Asking permission alter specifications permit No. 37/46, tc provide for brick construction in lieu of fibro cement. Requesting permission to reside in garage-packing shed during the time the cottage is being constructed.

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