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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

COLE'S ai«Ul«lllll»ll»K»l»llll»»IUIllUIIHIll«l»l||titHtlllllltl»llllliillllHHIliilllt»l GROCERS HARDWARE AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL if WIRE GAUZE if COPPERS AND TUBS if CAMBRIDGE HAND PLOUGH; GARDEN TOOLS if SADDLERY * WINES AND SPIRITS * FREE DELIVERY PGeo. Humphreys, AM7, AME. Prop. Authorised Inspec'i'on Station "IVE JUST LET GEORGE DO IT.' I THE NEW BRITISH f BEDFORD TRUCKS 30 cwt- and 2 ton Briish Strength and Dependability built in 2 M od'ern Coupe Cabling... 9ft. x 7ft- tables V See £iole Local Agent I PAT CULLEN 'I' Hume Highway and Pirie Streefr, Liverpool J HE GUARANTEES DELIVERY IN ONE MONTH I BAILEY'S GENERAL STORE i CANLEY HEIGHTS' i :: : £ DONT FORGETtTHESE y if CARAWAY SEEDS. ! ^ if COOKING MARGARINE ; ; i . if VACOLA PRES. GOOSEBERRIES : ! J if DATES AND RAISINS ; ! j| FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE Phone UBI564 |

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

Austral Show * . and PICNIC RACES to be held on NEPEAN SPORTS GROUND, Edmondson Av., AUSTRAL SATURDAY, 8T MARCH, 1947 Commencing 10.30a.m. X Official Opening hy the PrenneY. Hon. J.J. McGirr, M.L.A. X EXCELLENT PRIZE MONEY for | CATTLE COOKERY X HORSES JAMS £ POULTRY PRESERVES $ VEGETABLES NEEDLEWORK X FLOWERS Etc X Hunting Hack, Pony and Hógh Jumps. Picnic R?ces. X PUBLICAN'S BOOTH- Refreshments Available... $ BEXLEY BOYS' BAND. Sideshows, etc. I l usts direct to the Ground, leave Liverpool 8.5,9.27,9.33 11.20. ll.-18 and 12.20. 1.20 and 1.41 p.m. $ Depart Austral 4.10, 4.39, 5.41 6.56 p.m. X ."-"chululcs available from L. Flood, Hon. S(.rrotary. Austral, '».' via Liverpoo'. "v i-f HST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macquarie Street, Liverpool Hot and Cold Water Throughout. Best Refrigeration. .WE DELIVER. Phone UB7849 i " : ; ' LADIES! CONSULT MRS. HALL at the Judith Eye Salon 220 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL for the latest in ALL PERMANENT WAVING AND TINTING 'Phone: UB 7857 Te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

GRANVILLE j VETERINARY HOSPITAL COW. HORSES, and OTHER ANIMALS attended to DAY or NIGHT. UL2579 Téléphona UU1037 E. ROBERTS R.V.S. by Exam » R. W BOWEN, B V Sc ' ParramaVa Branch, UW6502 1 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD # GRANVILLE

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MOOREBANK WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

MOOREBANK WAY Folk over the river need not miss, '.{heir Leader. It ile procurablei efeny week from any of the following: Mr. Wych, Newsagency, Moorebank. Hill-top Service station, Newbridge Road. j Mr. McKechnie, Storekeeper, Milperra Mr. D. Stephens, Epsom Road. Mr. A. Childs, Graham Avenue. And out at Hammondville, Mr. Morley* General Storekeeper, will supply you.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

COLLINGWOOD PRIVATE HOSPITAL C CHRISTIE ST., LIVERPOOL AU' Obstatrifc Slhdoor '*jid out*door cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD ard GABLAND Obst. A.T N.A. Phone Liv, 192 W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing and General Smithing. A tradesman « job guaranteed. í Tor All Classes of f FLORAL ART ¡I CLARICE HOUGH*.* * 18? Macquarie si « > f LIVERPOOL y 'Phone UB7818 .* I* o. MURRAY i CHEMIST . Macquarie St,, LIVERPOOL; Manufacturer of RAYMUR DRY SHAMPOO ,( Cleanses without wate* \ \ 7<f. Packet ; ï Phone UB7642 '. Í < li jEASTER BRIDES] Í SEE OUR ROOM SCHEME! 3 x ,t, comprising: Xßedroom Suit«, oomplete, 3 pleoej .{»Lounge Suite, Kitchen Stitt«, tam] ! £99/18/6 ,t. ¿ CASH, TERMS OR LAY-BY CEO PURDUE; X 97 ARGYLE STREET. 4 í. I % (Opp. Parramatta Station) »j* Ï Abo 150 CHURCH STREE*!, A X UW9075 y y SlWtLLGOODS, DELICACIES Fresh Daily-Citv Priced at J KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New CAMBRIDGE Smallgoods. Tobáceo and Cigarettes. Sandwich«...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

I. Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7G08 Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 0.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee. 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify ii not coming by per- manent'reserve holders cancels reserves. FRIDAY, SATURDAY March 7. H Hob Hope. Joiin Oailfii'M in "MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE" also I-ay hindson in "LADY GANGSTER" (A) SATURDAY MATINEE . "MON SIK U R li li A UCA1R H" and ALL-ACTION WKSTKKN MONDAY and' TUESDAY March 10. ll Hunrphrev Bogart. James Cadney, | Priscilla I-ane in ! "THE ROARING TWENTIES" (A) Also thc Austral '-" .production "A SON IS BORN" (A) With lion Ka«daH. Muriel Steinbeck WEDNESDAY, March 12 One Ni^ht Only A comedy scream Toan Davis in "SHE WROTE THE BOOK" (AH) Also Carmen Miranda. Vivian Blaine. Dennis O'Keefe in "DOLL FACE»' (G) NOTE: Special Programme for one night only. THURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY March 13. 14. 15 For Three Bil/ Nights Ingrid Bergman and B;ng Crosby in THE BELLS. OF ST. MARYS" ! And Wally Brown and Ann Carney in I "GENIUS AT...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

TOR DAILY . . 1 FRESH SMALLGOODSl BUY AT vf BAILEY'S DELICATESSEN Next Cominonwcalth Bank LIVERPOOL ONLY THE BEST IN GOODS AND SERVICE ?PHONIC ü 137878 HAULAGE CONTRACTOR for Sand, Molal, Ashes, So"d J. ROWELL Gener:! Can ¡er REMOVAL'ST Parcel Delivery 115 C s Icreagh £1, Lve*icK»t P..onc Liv. 34 \*.«ïtôt ii-' * ' * ' ho'si ¡:¿TH»M;I % IIARIíWAIM; MUtCIIAVi S HOSE'S GENERAL STOfcl ¿ .|* 368 Hume füg' way & I LIVERPOOL * X Al th» Mi I l(.i»ci uiul 1 l.i.lull Pur» .j« Rond Junction ! X HAM AND HIÎEP. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES CARRKF.R ANYWHERE ANYTIME No Job Too Large. No Job Too Small S. VALENTINE 96 NORTHUMBERLAND ST, LIVERPOOL (Near Salvation Anny Hal!; . í -,-_ TOM SHARPE for FRUIT AND VEGETABLES \ Fresh Supplies Daily j ^ -^ TÓ7 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL pur Votto: Quality and Service, KOLLOW THF. CK O WD S .' 4 to C. R. TERR FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Term nus Street, Liverpool AshcnjiYs -04JALITY MEAT at Ruling Prices. Phone UB7369 . A. SMITH iLate A.I.P.) GENERAL STORE AT STATrON, ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

consult *»* and SAVE TIME! When in a hurry there's a sure and safe way GO BY TAXI CALL UB 7880 24 HOURS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. Wed tings, Parties, Funerals, etc specially catered for I_ : LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR Commissioner for Affts. N.S.W. nor Victoria) RAILWAY PARADE, CABRAMATTA tJB ITIO 3,nd Twylord House. 17 Castlureach St Sydney. B 4408. Resuming Practice alter Military Servirr AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright. B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) R. T. Hoskins, B.V.Sc. tSydney University > 99 Nor&umberknd Road AUBURN. UX7795 OaUrikary Bnuwfa: VA SSS? »*T ««» samm «mee

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

NOTICE t. » I *. fr. *' »* lo Secretaries and Publicity*! [.Officer^ ot* sporting bodies,*] [.lodges and other organisations,*! Sand lo all readers : '1 t* "Thc Leader" wants your»} [.news, fis columns are free for*' *«you tn report your meetings and'j ^fir.ioons. Let us have an ac-**; it'court i.i your party--your holi-*{j {?day trip-your wedding. Il*jj Jkosls nothing and people like to**j I read about YOU. % £ Send your news item to thisj** g of fice. 115 Castlereagh Street.**. |ur drop them in at 42 Scott St,"j> *M .iverpool. *t"

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LIVERPOOL P. and C. Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

LIVERPOOL P. and C. Monthly Meeting The regular monthly meeting of Liver- pool Parente and Citizens' Association was held in the Oslo lunch room on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Marshall, vice-president, occupying the chair. Owing to the inclemency of the weather, the attendance was small, but members present made up in interest what was lacking in mere numbers. After the adoption of the minutes of the previous meeting, cirrespondence was received and dealt with. Arising out of this the meeting decided to order twenty copies of "Tomorrow is Theirs" for distribution to teachers and others concerned. Following on a request for Liverpool ¡representación at thc New Deal for Education Conference to be held in Sydney Town Hali this week, Mr. J. Hind was elected as delegate for Liver- pool. Mr. and Mrs. Hind, Mr. Teasdale and Mr. Reeves were elected to repre- sent the Association at the banquet to Mr. McGirr on Monday night. Introducing a financial statement^ Mr. Hind explained the necessary...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

-? FOOTBALL Liverpool Districts Football Club ' starts the season with three trial games this Saturday (8th March) at Burwood. , j Our B, C, and D Grades will meet their j equivalent glades of the Burwood Police j Eoys' Club. All intending players in j these games an asked to be at the ' Liverpool Post Office at 12.30 p.m.- \ Future fixtures are as follows: Sunday, 16th March: v Ashfield at i Bigge Park. . Sunday, 23 March- v Auburn at Bigge j ¡ Park. Sunday, 30 March: v GPO, Sydney at Bigge Park. Sunday, 6th April- v Cabramatta at Cabramatta. Members and supporters should keep , the date antf place of the next general' meeting; in mind-Wednesday, March 13rh in the ESL CUuibrodms opposite the Fost Office. The chief business at this meeting will bc the election of eoaohps I

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GREYHOUND ASSOCIATION Cabramatta Branch [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

GREYHOUND ASSOCIATION Cabramatta Branch Tne Cabramatta brandi o: thc Grey- hound C'vvniTi, Breeders and Trainers Association held its annual meeting last Friday night. The attendance was good and indications are, from the interest and enthusiasm displayed by members, that 1947 will be a year ot progress. Mr. Ted Colbran was elected president, and with a man like Ted at the helm members arc confident- that the affairs of tile association will be in capable hands. Nothing is too big for Ted to tackle and he is always anxious to as- sist dog owners. Mi-. Bill Swainston was elected sec- retary for the third time, a popular choice and one which will do much to ensure the successful running of the association. Il was decided that meetings should be held on the third Friday in each month, at 37 John Street, Cabramatta. New memUers are invited to come along. They will be made very welcome. The next meeting is to be held on 21st March. This will be a meeting vital to deg owners in this distr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURTS Stealing [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

THE COURTS Stealing When Charles Grossingham pjfeadefcl guilty to a charge of stealing forty-six army blankets, Sgt. Croker, Police Prosctfituv told his Worship that on 2nd November last, defendant, his brot- her and a man named Dawson went to Moorebank camp where they got thc bankers on the ground ready to be loaded on to their truck. They were disturbed, however, and ran away. An .unJbrtuaiafce ace dent occurred', as a result of which defendant's brother died. The blankets wei? valued at £37. Upon conviction Crosvfnghain was fined £20. ??> * * Neville Oswald Wells was also con- victed of stealing and fined £5. Evi- dence was given that fte stole £22 be- longing to FredericK Charles Ryan. He was ordered to pay £22 to the C.P.S. at Liverpool as compensation. * . * Offensive Behaviour Frederick Lynch, 22. was convicted of qfiPensive behaver near the Colling- wood Hotel on 11th January and fined £3. Failure to Keep to Left William McDonald was charged under Regulation 65 of the Mot...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET Umpires v. Hammondville. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

CRICKET Umpires v. Hammondville. I Owing to a misunderstanding re the I ground, both sides had only ten men each last Sunday. The ethers got lost in the bush. It was a grand match» as the follow- ing brief facts will shew: The Umpires scored 115 in 1Z minutes, Hammond- ville 103 in 78 minutes. Fer the Urn Fires the Fresident at last 30t a duck. Mather, McVicker. Eurnicott and Har- per scortd well, while the bowling honours went to Mather. He bowled really well. Another outstanding feature cf the Umpires' team wes the fielding, Kelly's fielding being a revelation. The HammcncviHe team opened ex- tremely well-50 for the first wicket is not bad for any teajn. Once the shine was oil" the ball, however, the slow bowlers were brought on and then the ret set in until the last wicket. Here a stand was made. 1 A grand gam?, and an afterncon en- joyad by both sides. Scores: Umpires: Fisher, b, 3; McVicker, b. 16; Harper, ret. 38; Mather, ret. 14; McIntosh, b 0; Morley b. C; Pritchard b. 5; Ba...

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CANLEY-HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

CANLEY-HEJGHTS CALLING Glad »o see Miss Hackney back again af KT holidaying at the Mountains. * * * Overheard "Lucky Frank" hod' drawn - a house in the State Housing Lottery. Cotigratulattans Frank. * * * Saw Bob Woods hammering away after dark last week. Boot, repairing business musU be pretty UrisH (these days with all the new folk at the Heights. * * * After the recent rains "Dolph" La Masurier went mushrooming. Says he got some too, a fter walking about 10| miles. « * * Oscar Erown is going into training soon . . . trying to got hts weight down. * * i Often wondered what that "Detour" sign is near Canley School. Had a good! look for the alleged 'detour.' Couldn't find it. What about it Herbert? * » * Welcome to the Heights-Ken Kemp en and family. rv* Tiwi, popular boy, Bill Hartley ol Bank of N.S.W. tame, certainly puts on weight. Must be his happy disposi 'tjon. Congrats Bill! on jitour recent elevation to the Presidency of the Es Active Servicemen's Club. Cabra-Vale. * . * Hea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

I WOLLONDILLY'' ¡ Í INSECT SPRAY L x *t* x ^ # % .\' Just as popular as in pre-war days, and jus' a» effective' X ' X t X x I WOLLONDILLY COSTS ONLY 1 6 per pint from £ I A. T. MURRAY, M.P.S fl j. City-Price Chemist r Y..| X LIVERPOOL ? I A V * * . .... 'U MODERN HOME PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS TO YOUR OWN DESIGN Highest Quality Workmanship. Moderate Charges. PALMER & MITCHELL 5 REDMYRE ROAD, STRATHFIELD. Phone UM747*~* After He^rs, UMS345.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

E. DAVIES for RADIOS John Street, Cabramatta SAME DAY SERVIRÉ RADIO REPAIRS 3 Mon (hs Guarantee CITY PRICES Your Se¡t Serviced 'in Your Home Strom berg-Carlson Sales end Service < Liverpool Branch: 42 Scott Street Phone UB7868 I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ AINSWORTH STUDIO S3 BATHURST STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone Liv. ISO. FOR YOUR PORTRAIT i i ;_; _,_;_: I Better Ulan Mother used to make- I r^MCIOUS MEAT PIES from . . jM AimtY S CAFE m .J« (A« .»*aac, nroprietw'). .. .^^^^H C ft O S S E O AD S, LIVERPOOL ^^^H ' HOT BOAgr&INlfeBS, GBILLS, UGbl LU SCHLOSS, «¡AATDB^^H Mfllt Bart Confectionery. PHONE U^^^M -.. - ^tT , "fea.?-«.,",,, j-;- r ¿^^^^W

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

i ^^^^^^ j Proved leader o( the heavy-duty field, Maple Leaf is not resting * I on its laurels but is on its way back with giant engine greatly y increased in power and many other BIG improvements that will j ' "do tough jobs better and at lower oust. ! MAPLE-LEAF ! ! HEAVY DUTY A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT CHEVROLET TRUCKS AND UTILITIES CHEVROLET AND PONTIAS CARS A. C. MCGRATH HUME HIGHWAY (next P.O.), LIVERPOOL. UB7661?

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

THEY SAY 5, That anyone who has unwanted tins -say from about the size ol a preserved fruit tin up. or any spare horsehair, mght to take it along' to Mr. Harris at Liverpool School. He'll put both com nodities to good ure in his sheetmetal liasses. ft) That. Harry had a terrible accident [own at the Mill the ether day. Bot bitten on a spot that he can't pow his best girl by a great red-backed Ipider. Stop Press!'.! The spider died. f» That after months of agitation Har- reares Park had r, telephone box in- stalled, lt was open for public use at fl a.m.-and in exactly an hour an »fficial complaint reached the authorit- ies that essential parts of the apparatus tad been stolen. j ft) That good odds are offering round Cabramai&a that Mayor Acams can't ! set Paine's Paddock ready for local foot )allers in time for the beginning of their ieason-only a few we ¿ks away-unless Se arranges with the Telle for a loan : Mandrake. ? That'a certain Scott Street Fruiterer low has the nices...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEEPS IN THE PAST No. 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 March 1947

PEEPS IN THE PAS í No. 10 Por the »Student desiring an accurate picture of liverpool, its citizens, wno w^fcy were and wnat they did a nundred 'j ears ago, tnere exists no more mirroi iiice recoras than those of the musty police and count reports, ¡tal- {->us.{; .written in iong-nana, laded, and in parts quite indeciperable to be fe una un singent enquiry at the Mitchell Lib laiy. AS a background to an appreciated ot" tne extracts from sucli records given below, the reader must remember tnat "t mt time tney were penned the great oui* ci tne population consisted ci eniver serving or freed convicts; manac .j-a hit^i anways under hcjavily-armed c.cort were a common sight round the town; chain-gangs were at work oii whut is now tne Hume Highway; Un hogging-pest or triangle was in regular j use (it stOLd at the rear of the present toiice Station; the men's lavatory now' I ^.iinus on the site). We que te verbatim, believing thai ;\a_e;-s WJJI enjoy the occasional quaint ^.L-..S of b.th...

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