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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

NEWS ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY Í - A fe<v supsr combs. Halex brand. Whit? cr transparent. 7 6 each-they're dear enough for three combs, but the person who must have quality will want one. Herp""= another Ttl the Foils Royce class. Ifs a baby's hairbrush, made bv Kent of England. Just the ic1;al pres- ent for a new baby, priced about 18 ô each. Our new 'Raymur' Dry Shampoo is becoming very popular with women who are unable to wash their hair. To use it. you just rub it through the hair at night and comb out in the morning. Cleans the hair. Td. a packet. MIRRAY'S "HARHACy LIVERPOOL Mme UBÏ64S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

^^^ammmammmmmmmmmmÊmÊÊmÊmmmmÊÊmmmmmimmmmmÊmmmmmÊimm BLAKES I FOOTWEAR STORES AND REPAIR FACTORY I Macquarie St-, and Scott St. Liverpool. Phone UB7689 H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Buttle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bones, Rags, Kitchen Fats. Scrap Metal. AU at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Liv. 563 Please notice my truck numbers are SS473 and RE552 I FOLEY'S CORNER TERMINUS STREET :: LIVERPOOL ' Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily. Fresh Cakes Daily- ' - --^ IA. JARVIS j MILK BAR, ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY GENERAL STOREKEEPER, PRODUCE MERCHANT 423 Hume Highway, Liverpool Cakee, Fruit, Smallgoods. 'Phone: Liv. 43 THE SCHOOL TUCK S HOP Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con- fectionery, Milk Bar, Milk. Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Cut Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. Stationery. Groceries.. Phone UB7680 CAME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

FOR DAILY i FRESH SMALLGOODS RUY AT ; BAILEY'S DELICATESSEN --. si Next ('oiiiiiionwtalth B.ink LIVERPOOL ONLY THE BEST IN GOODS AND SERVICE I'HONK UB/X78 ,]<>?. "HAULAGE CONTRACTOR for Sand, Metal, Ashes, Spjl <. J. ROWELL General Cartier REMOVALIST Parcel Delivery i 115 Castlereagh SH, Liverpool - Phone Liv. 34 CARRIER ANYWHERE ANYTIMÊf) No Job Too Large. No Job Too Small S. VALENTINE 1 " 96 NORTHUMBERLAND STyi LIVERPOOL .1 .-w/ (Near Salvation Army liai)) TOM SHARPE for FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Supplies Daily 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL J 1 Our Molio: Quality and ,-Fv7' ) . FOLLOW THE CROWDS . ., » i ? 1 ! C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool \ ' Ashcrofts QUALITY MEAT at Ruling Prices. Phone UB7869 For your next PERMANENT WAVE "*"* Consult MISS RANDELL nlnH Ladies* Hairdresser 50 Terminus Street, Liverpool Machlncless, Eogene and Son-EleciAf Perms, done with every comfort to tho' 1 client. Phone UB7BX2

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C.W.M. CAPERS By "The Dope'' [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

C.W.M. CAPERS By "The Dope'' We r fifer .sympathy to Eave re his trip to hospital. We hope everything- will bs O.K. by the time this reaches print. Wonder what kind of powder Bill uses? The winders say it is lovely. .Bobbie' says the Welfare Committee is the fastest movers he has ever dealt with and wants tc know if they get time and a half for overtime? It is rumored that he is an absolut? cert for major office next election. The secretary says that he will always give way to a bet- ter man if the ayes' have it so. Quiz: How long did it take to build the Harbour Bridge? Dees the time beat the time taken to get ready our beau- tiful amenities? There's one thing we do know-they're using the bridge. All the dresses the ladies had ordered for the opening have been passed down to their younger sisters. My word, the time does fly-one of our 'loom cuddlers' was not married when the foundation stone \>i the amenities was laid, now she is hap- pily so and the mother of two children. Slow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

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. Weddings, Parties, Funerals, etc- specially catered for _--_ i LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR j Commissioner for Affts. N.S.W. arie i Victoria) j tULWAV PARAOE, CABRAMATTA j CB 1710 I *nd T'vyiurd House. H Castlereach St ! Sydney. B4408. j Resuming Practice after Military Service j_ AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL . C. H. Wright. B.V.Sc., (Sydney ÚnivettJty) ? R. T. Hoskins, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) 99 . Northumberland Road t V AUBURN. _V. üjj&jjipjr H; I anie* UurjiJttl««tt}: 13A Z557 DAT AND NIGHT " '^SERVICE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

üAumr Our Motto THE \ CHOICEST FRUITS S AND VEGETABLES I Only Í. BILLETT I Scott St., LIVERPOOL WHEELERS 6 Pint ALUMINIUM I KETTLES .10/6 I «ach BOILING k PEAS lb MILKING BUCKETS 2/9 «ach POTATOE PIE 7i° tin IT. IVES" PRIVATE HOSP!MI. 14 KaBway Street. Liverpool Phone UB7819 S MATRON H. C. DAVIES A.T.N.A. A.N.F. (State Reg.) General and Obcstric Case: MO SURE OF EASTER POULTRY by ordering now from MILLER'S pott Sf., Liverpool. GB7838 ime Roasters and Broilers and Ducks and Drakes. Jones RYCLEANERS \ Liverpool: j ^SS HOUGH, 187 Macquarie Sircrl Cabramatta : I. GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Slaaun j* N.R.M.A.* I \ LIVERPOOL I X District Depot **. X M Barrett's ;'; :OLLINGWOOD| GARAGE ! 'anel Beating, Duco Spraying \ Uithorisedl Inspection Station'j! Phone Liv. 317 X The Collingwood) HOTEL, HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL LOOK IN ON THE LOUNGE I COSY COMFORT WITH SMOOTH SERVICE J A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST LIQUOR; AND $ '? «.: <:> . , LIQUEURS, -, ,,, ...... I Phone Liv. 5. J... Maradcm, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

GRANVILLE \ I VETERINARY HOSPITAL ; ¡ 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD GRANVILLE j j i I COWe. HORSES, and OTHER ANIMALS attended to j DAY or NIGHT. j UL2579 Téléphona UU1§37 j j E. ROBERTS, R.V.S. by Exam. R. W BOWEN, B V Sc Í ! ParramaVa Branch, UW6502

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

FOTJLTRY FARMERS MEETINGS Thursday, (tonight): Moorebank. Fi ¡day, Saturday, Sunday, 21st-1 Annual General Meeting A.P.ï Rawson Chambers, Rawson F I Sydney. Monday, April 7th: Austral. I A. J v GOODE Ï 184 6 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. UB7825 V The Sitore for Service and Quality X --_ i * CHILDREN'S WARM FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS S . 1 piece 8/3 to 11/6. 6 Coupons % 2 piece. Price . 12 3 to 14/3. 8 Coupons I * LADIES FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS, in ail colours. S Price 17 /9 to 20/9. 12 Coupons. I ^ SOFT FLEECY LADIES' FLANNELETTE NIGHT I GOWS. 14/5 to 20/3. ll Coupons. I + NEWLY ARRIVED, LADIES TWO TONE CARDIGANS I No. Coupons'. .33/11 I * CLEAN ARMY BLANKETS 19/6 I ALL-PURPOSE TRIMMINGS subtable for carpet, Curtains! j; . iarnpshades, eic/ 5 shades. .. . per yaiidj " 9d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

~XKK~X~X"XKK~X~X-X~XK"X~V COÏ HARDWARE MERCHANTS ROSE'S GENERAL STORE] LIVERPOOL At the Mill Road and HAM AND THE NEW BRITISH f I BEDFORD TRUCKS I V ^ 30 cwt- and 2 ton- ¿ £ Btfösh Strength and Dependability built in- X I Modern Coupe Cafcïne... 9ft. x 7ft- tables- & ¿ See Sole Local Agent y I PAT CULLEN f y ~ A X Hume Highway and Pirie Stree**, Liverpool y * HE GUARANTEES DELIVERY IN ONE MONTH $

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HOXTON PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

HOXTON PARK NEWS In a friendly cricket match at Casula last Sunday between Hoxton Park and Utility Timbers the visitors were de- feated.' But to a man they say that they really enjoyed the Hoxton Park hospitality. Hoxton Park Sub-branch of the RSL has arranged a match fer next Sunday with the Blind Cricket Association on the new wicket at the Park, kindly loaned by Hoxton Park Cricket jClub for the occasion. This should prove a most interesting game. It will be the first played on the new pitch. * * * FRUIT PIES.-When making fruit pies and tarts, the bottom of the pas : ry is liable to become sodden with the juice. This can be overcome by csating the inside of the tart with beaten white of egg. Leave it for J hour and then fill with fruit and cook in the usual way. * * * i FRUIT STAINS ON TABLECLOTHS. -When fruit stains are spilt on a white tablecloth, immediately apply a heap of salt. The mark will disappear when washed. A better plan is to use French chalk, in the same way, becaus...

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TREVOR MILLER, D.F.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

^TREVOR MILLER, U.FJG. Government House was the scene of an Incident of interest to Liverpool folk on 27th February last when Mi-. Trevor Miller of Moorebank, accompanied by his wife and his mother, was there in- vested with the coveted Distinguished Flying Cross won more than two years previously in European skies. Mr. Miller's was the first D.F.C. to be won by a Liverpool man. At thc j time of winning it he was Flight Lieut, j Miller, pilot of Lancasters. He took part in che D.Day operations. Since his discharge from the Air Force Mr. Miller has resumed his occu- pation of school teacher. Last year he was successful in passing hts examina- tion in first year's Arts at the University gaining two credits and a pass. The home of Mr. Miller's parents is in Terminus Street, Liverpool.

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FIRKIN FILCHED Cricketers' Cheap [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

FIRKIN FILCHED Cricketers' Cheap Carousi Uncle Joe shouted for the boys Friday-aud not with a mere ni but with nine of the nicest. Trui didn't know he was shouting: and 1 if someone had cantered up on a c wary and chortled the news to him have howled "blue - murder!"' j ever, shout he did, for a quintet Hargreaves Park men, to wit Fred J. Borineili. Cecil J. Murray, Jack cent Fanning, Ronald Miles and inald Allen Skeens. The first-four named were chi at Liverpool Court on . Monday b Mr. Scroope S.M. with stealing gallcns cf beer valued at £4/10/-, property of Joseph Reginald K Mainsbridgde < colloquially and a tionately "Uncle Joe" to a vast ha customers) on March 14th. Skeens chargsd with receiving the stuff, but Miles pleaded guilty and their < were heard together. Det-Ccnst. Neale stated that abo p.m. on Friday the men had all drinking in the Commercial Hotel. ' left there in Miles'* truck to go to Hotel Mainsbridge to pick up quar) L'en for the Hargreaves P...

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"THE VILLAGE" NEWS Fancy Dress Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

"THE VILLAGE" NEWS Fancy Dress Bal] A Juvenile Fancy Dress Ball was held in the Brasnett Memorial Hall, Ham- mondville, on Saturday evening, 8th "March, in aid of the Liverpool Invalid and Old Age Pensioners' Association. Nearly 150 people were present, in- cluding a large number of children in fancy dress. The Judges were Mrs. Pirie and Matron McIntosh, and the ever popular Aid. Terry Fitzpatrick was M.C. The Judges had a very difficult task, but after two or three parades the prizes were awarded. Miss Thora Marlow and Master Billie Mills presented Mrs. Pirie and Matron McIntosh both with a beautiful bou r quet. The prize-winners were as follows: Eest dressed, E. Hillesly and A. Hillesly; Most Original, D. Fletcher and D. Mc Ghie; Best Poster. D. Watson and G. Marlow; Most Comical, V. Stig and J. Hatton; Cheapest Costume, J. Marshall; Under 5, M. Homesby and D. Master son; Nursery Rhyme, E. Fox and G. Madden. Special prizes were awarded to: D. Patchett. J. Whitstanley, P. O'Brien, ...

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DOWN THE LINE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

DOWN THE LINE Down the line you ca» make sure of your Leader by asking for it at the fol- lowing places: Mr. Geach, Macquarie Fields. Mr. Downes, Glenfield. Mr. A. Smith, Ingleburn. Bonny Rigg and Mount Pritchard are served by the following: Day's General Store. Cowpastures Road The Regent Store, Mount Pritchard. Rayner's Store, Bonny Rigg. Mr. Butler, Storekeeper, Cabramatta Road. Mrs. Simpson, General Storekeeper, will supply The Leader to St. John's Park readers, and Mr. Rawlings at j Edensor Park. -?_

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PEEPS IN THE PAST No. 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

-? PEEPS IN THE PAST No. ll We present hereunder for your diver- sion some further extracte from the occurrence book, used at Liverpool Police Station in 1862. Again we remind read- ers that the peculiarities of grammar and spelling are not ours. 26 APRIL. At 7 a.m. this morning an old man under sentence of one month in Parramatta Gaol died very suddenly at the Railway Station, Liverpool, while in custody of Constable Gallagher wait- ing for the train. , It appears he came by the 5 p.m. train from Cambelltown perhaps for the purpose of getting admitted to the Benevolent Asylum. I tried to get him in the Asylum but the Superintendent would not admit him although the Dr. requested him to do so. He was lock; him up for protection and the magis- trates sentenced him to one month im prisonent in Gaol. he could not seak ! or walk, he wrote something like Pat- rick Folley on á slate he is about 52 years of age 5 feet 10 inches high dress- ed in moleskin trousers serge shirt doe- skin coat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

' ^mÊmtmmmmmmmmmmimmÊmmmmÊmmmmmmmmÊÊmmÊmmtmmÊmmÊimmtmmmmr WHY SEND TO TOWN WHEN WE ARE NOW IN THE POSITION TO DO ALL YOUR REPAIRS COPPERS COPPER RE-CASING And All Sheet-Metal Repairs, e*c We Pick Up and Deliver A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET :: LIVERPOOL Telephone UB7868 LIVERPOOL'S PREMIERE HAIRDRESSER MISS MERLE KEYES suggests that NOW is t|ie time for that MACHINELESS PERMANENT ONDULUX - For Naturalness and Permanence. -k MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL. ÜB7858 Only Senior Operators in Salon : ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridges) Has in stock all the popular Tobaccos ¿nd Cigarettes, and a wide range of Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines LIVERPOOL ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CO. FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL RADIO REPAIRS SAME DAY SERVICE. 3 MONTHS' GUARANTEE Stromberg - Carlson Sales and Service 42 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL and COOK SQUARE, CABRAMATTA UB7868 WHEATLEYS HIGH-CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Bes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL DUAL PURPOSE VEHICLES Ckenkofot UTILITIES The strength and eihciency needed for capacity delivery work plus the passenger car comfort you want for "leisure, are combined in these new Chevrolet Utilities. Increased engine power with greater operating economy is but one of , the many improvements featured in the smart Chevrolet Utility range. A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT CHEVROLET TRUCKS AND UTILITIES CHEVROLET AND PONTIAC CARS A, C. MCGRATH HUME HIGHWAY (n»xt P.O.), LIVERPOOL ' SHAW'S PHARMACY T| 193 Mac«, Street, Liverpool j For Accurate I) spcn-i;:::. To let I Yq vi ra: ions, (lifts and ? | .Nu vd lies. _I ------p^-nmmm mmmnm .wu iwnwniw w-a^Wi^--^ SHIFTEM'S CORN CURE * REMOVES CORNS PAINLESSLY Just apply a drop at night . . . Your Corn is j;:;nc in + or 5 days PACKET SHIFTEM'S 15 ONLY 1/ from MURRAY'S PHARMACY MODERN HOME PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS TO YOUR OWN DESIGN Highest Qual>y Workmanshvp Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

MORRISON'S CORNER Canley Vale UB1413 For Peters Ice Cream,, Cakes, Confectionery, Kodak and 0. and P. Service "FUEL FUEL" worm, rnv '"KV FROMPT DELIVER v «ENKRAL CAHRVIvr. »«-»..-.. 'nv time. cnnt»«-« - GOULD «nd SAURINE ^npnsiU l*o»t Ofties.' CAMM1MTKA NEWPRO'' POULTRY EQUIPMENT for economy The "Newpro" 3 gallon capacity gal- vanised Iron open waler trough, suitable for ar. watching purposes and particularly for yards where water lias to be carried or when drip taps are used. 7/9 each The .Newpro" K.T. 4 gallon gal- vanised iron bucket, ~jc feeding, watering, or egg collecting. A solid firm bucket with base built up off the ground to save possible cracking of eggs through contact with the ground. 4/6 each All prices f .o.r. sending station. Please «dd exchange (o coun- try cheques. NSW PRODUCE CO. Pty. Md. 181 CliAP.r.NCE ST. SYDNEY MA1211 ari all brinah stores. E. DAVIES for RADIOS John Street, Cabramatta SAME DAY SERVICE RADIO REPAIRS 3 Mon hs Guarantee CITY PRICES Your Set Servi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

LOST AND FOUND WALLET containing money, driver's licence and other private papers lost Saturday last in Liverpool. Keep money return wallet and papers to A. Car- ter, McGrath's Garage. BIG Light Brown Bitch with collar» Campbell, P.O., Macquarie Fields. FOOND-Next of Kin Badge. C.P.S. Office, Liverpool,. Owner. may . collect on identifying.' . CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS VACANCIES EXIST FOI (a) EXPERIENCED WEAVERS, Male or Female. (b) BOYS, IS t0 19 years. No experience required. (c) GIRLS. 15 to 19 years. No experience required. Apply either at MILL OFFICE, ATKINSON STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone UB7258 or through Commonwealth Employment Service. GIRLS WANTED! A Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. r.iGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES CONGENIAL CONDITIONS 2 WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS ANNUALLY APPLY' LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO Terminus Street. Liverpool Manufacturers of j FROCKS,. COATS and COSTUMES] JPhone UB7609 CHURCH NOTICES Salvation Army Protestant Hall, Hume Highway SUNDAY ll a.m. Holiness Meeting. 2 p.m. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

IN MEMORIAM WHYTE — In memory of our dear mother who passed away 19th March, 1939, airo our dear father, passed away 16th June, 1928. Time wears away the edge of grief, But memory turns back every leaf. Inserted by her children.

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