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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Associates [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Associates The Associates operred their program i Saturday with a 9-hole stroke play *in two divisions, the first being won j Mrs. Williams, and the second ny ' 36. Watts. (following the competition Mrs. Wil ibs presided at afternoon tea. allere was a good attendance, and lr thirty Associates hit off in the com |itton-quite a good beginning for a koa that promises to be a very busy e. tnier-club matches, which have been bndoned since 1939, will be played lin this year, and Associates are look ? forward to them with keen Interest, mading scores: Mrs. Watts 34, Misa Kershler 35, Miss B. Battye 38. Mrs. Russell JW. Mrs. Williams 39.
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
GOSSIP -? Aid. £:..itii has donated ten loidj of vanostcne to Liverpool Council fer the parpo1-? cr filling ir the Childs Read pcriicn of th; Oiippü'g Nerton Great Lakes. In future the R.S.L. Club will bs opened to numbers ci Monday, Wed- nesday and Friday cvenin;s. The Mothars' Club heli its annual meeting at Liverpool on Thursday last. ír?3Cti(»n of officers resuied Sn M.fs. Nancarrow b?comin? president. Mes- dames Morrow and Cameron vice-presi- dents; Mrs. James secretary and Mrs. Irclcnd treasurer. Mothers are askid to jcin in helping to raise funds fer the school. A tuck-shop will be held on the second Fiiday in each month, and a bazaar and concert will be held later in the year. The Club has donated £5 to the P. and C. towards the cost of the school wireless.
PENSIONERS' PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
PENSIONERS' PICNIC -? j A happy band of Liverpool pension»! ere enjoyed a bus picnic to Wallacia on I Wednesday of last week, leaving- Llver-P pool at 0.30 a.m. and arriving home| again at 5.30 p.m. Everyone warreryu gay on the journey, community smgingi being indulged in both on the outward'.1 and the return trips. Morning tea was enjoyed on arrival -at the grounds, and then followed gaines, and competitions such as nail-driving.: throwing at thc wicket, quoits, ,&lt;and' houeio. The nail-driving was won' by ' Mrs. Bull and Mrs. Whittmore (ladles) ; and Mr. Priest and Mr. Jubb (gents),; Mrs. Cooper and Ken winning the tooby j prize. Throwing at the wicket waa^on : by Mrs'. Jenkins nnd Mrs. Priest. As* Mrs. Jenkins was not a pensioner, she rcdonated the pris?. Mrs. Smalley.^ft^d Mrs. Bennett won the quoits and Mrs. Small; also 'not n pensioner, donated' her prize to the runner-up Mrs. Coop- er. Thc'-e was a long break for lundi in pleasant surroundings and ¡hen housle was en...
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
GOSSIP The Stans will twinkl» brightly up at Murwillumbah for three weeks. Reg. of 'hat ilk together with Mrs. Starr and starrlet Paul have temporarily vacated Mrs. Deane's residence cn the High- way. A litt'.2 bird tells us that Reg is something ot a Star on the tennis court too. Ah well! It's his advantage-these Icng holidays ara a good racket if you can get set! There's no doubt about the Regal Theatre manageme*-:''-they're first in the field with innovations for the,' con- venience of customers. Gsnial manager Tom Richards tells us that every Thurs- day now there will bs a suecial House- wives' Session at the Regal. Only care- fully selected and quality films will be thewn and the new departure should, prove a boon to mothers who find that the needs of family debar them from the ncrral evening sessions. The idea should be welcomed too by bus-travel lin-r shorpns who often, find themselves marooned in town fer some hours about ¿jnch-tíme whit wading for the re- turn ouse?. The se...
LIVERPOOL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
LIVERPOOL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Annual General Meeting and elec- tion of officers of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce took place in the School of Arts last Wednesday night. Mr. A. T. Murray, senior vice-president, occupied the chair. Following on the continuation of the minutfs of the previous Annual Meet- ing the secretary, Mr. Geo. Morrow, iutnished his first annual report which was adopted. Mr. Morrow was com limented on the comprehensive nature of his report. In it he made reference lo the passing of Mr. Shaw, late presi- dent, and said that Mr. Shaw had proved himself ideally suited for the position. With him the Chamber had always come first. His death was a grievous loss lo the Chamber. Membership of the Cham- ber was only thirty-one which was very poor considering the number of busi- nesses in the town. During the year the Chamber had bei-n effective in many ol its endeavours, and could feel proud of having been responsible for obtaining belter stret»; lighting, automatic tel...
LANTERN LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
LANTERN LECTURE Hammondville children attending St. Anne's Church of England Sunday School are now contributing enough money weekly to maintain a bed per- manently in the Church Missionary Soc- iety's Hospital at Mvumi in Tangan- yika. This was stated by Re. Peter Loane, Th. L.. the Society's deputation-secre- tary, in converse with Mi-. R. S. Gray, Student-Minister at Hammondville. This splendid effort and their further contributions that are maintaining two leper boys in India, was praised by Mir, A. Richardson, (headmistress of Mvumi Girls' School during a lantern lecture she delivered at Hammondville ' on 9th instant. Miss Richardson is at present on furlough in Australia. She delivered two very illuminating address- es on her African experiences, one to the Sunday School children ih the afternoon and the other to the Young Peoples' Fellowship at their tea in the evening. Sha described ihe wonderful work being done by the missionaries, doctors and nurses in the spheres of Christ...
WEDDING BELLS Penny- Hamilton [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
WEDDING BELLS -* Penny - Hamilton A very prc ay wedding was scl.mnised in St. Andrew's Preiiiyterian. Church. Eastwood, on March 1st, by Rev. Hugh Cunningham, when Margaret Helena, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton of Victoria Road, Ermington was married to Richard Harold, second son of Mrs. N. and the late Mr. W. Penny of Liverpool. The church was prettily decorated with frangipanni, gladioli and p^-ik bella- donna lilies. While the register was b:-ing signed, Mr. Robert Hamilton ren-. dercd 'Because.' At the conclusion of the csrenrpy Ihs young couple were piped from the church by the bride's cousin, Mr. Thomas Hamilton. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore & beautiful gown of white crepe embroidered with opales- cent sequins and diamentes. Her cut tulle veil was worn with a coronet of orange blossom. She carried a shower gouquet of white gardenias, carnations and frangipanni. Miss Mav.'s Hamilton attended her sister as bridesmaid and looked charm- i...
CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING) By "Olympus" i SJ«' Percy Brown purhing Iiis grid up , a veri' steep hill the other day, doing about 30 mph. Must have the secret of perpetual youth tl..ugh he just had a cirthday recently. Was it only 30 Sum- mers Perc? The land at the rear of the local sub- station is looking 100 per cent, better after a general clean-up-especially ol the writings on the wail. Since Mac Campbell's been home from the war hes just loved to expend his surplus energy by pulling ¿lings tc, pieces. He started on his house last Sat- urday and bey! you should see it ! Very glad tc see that grand old lady Mrs. Johnson in good health these days. We all like to note her cheery smile. Overheard that Bert Suters is train- ing young Barry for the next world's champion in the paper-weight division, feeding him on ice-cream at the rate of umpteen a day. He says that the last time Barry went away the bills dropped 30/- a week. Keith. Alan and Donald Hollner are all painting a house . . . as...
THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
THE LEGION -&lt;i - I Tile Liverpool Sub-branch cf thc Aus j tralian Legion of ix->Se;vicemen and j Wemen held i's usual monthly meeting I lust Thurs:ay night. J Owing to the great inclemency cf the weather, the attendance was not as large as usual. Nevertheless a large amount 3f business was attended to. The secretary reported that the Sub- branch membership was steadily grow- ing and that a number cf new members had enrolled since the pievlous meet- ing. It was decided to hold a member rhip drive during the next three months when it is expected that a large num- ber of ex-servicemen will join the Legion because they realise that 'the Legion ?gets things done.' It fe the only ex-servicemen's organisa- tion that looks to the future unfettered by the pest. If was also decided to take out an _ insurance policy covering the loss by burglary ^tc. of pub-branch funds whilst in ttie care of sub-branch officials, with the Services Mutual Insurance Society I/td.. Ihe only ex-serv...
CABRA CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
CABRA CHATTER Congrats to Ron and Betty White of &nbsp; Langfield Street on the birth of a son. Colin John. Mrs. May Glennie of Hill Street, is home after a holiday at Canberra, cur- tailed because of the inclemency of the weather. At the annual general meeting of the Cabra-Vale A.L.P. Branch. Mr. L. R. Langworthy was elected president, Messrs J. Hampson and Stewart vice-presi- dents, and Mr. Roy Well secretary treasurer. After the presentation of the annual report and balance sheet, Mr. J. S. Freeman M.L.A. addressed mem- bers on various matters. The next meet- ing will be held on the second Sunday in April. The Mayor (Ald. Adams) and Ald McBurney were elected to represent Cabra-Vale on the committee of coun- cils in Group 7 to deal with the pro- posed local government amalgamations when the matter was discussed at the last meeting. Mr. J. S. Toohey of the Cabramatta Hotel apologised in writing to the coun- &nbsp; cil for committing a faux-pas in ap- proaching the S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947
LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Grttchy First 23i MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL UB7S73 AUCTION SALES NOTE FOR TOP PRICES AND £'AIISFACTHJN Consign your POULTRY to LIVERPOOL AUCTION MART Sale conducted EVERY WEDNESDAY at 2 p.m. Phone UB7837 H. Cummings, prop, j FOR SALE LADY'S BICYCLE, Eadie coaster, good oonditiou. Oaly £7/10/- at Phillip's, 35 Good St. Granville. UU1658. WHEN SHE SAYS 'YES' go to Weir and Green for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. SINGER ELECTRIC MACHINES, new stock, just arrived from our Factory in limited quantities, available for immediata delivery. Trade in your drop head Sinwr on a new Electric Port- able. Write or phone UW8863. - SINGER SEWING MACHINE COM- PANY (inc. in USA), 308 Church St. Parramatta. RAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240v. 2000 wa;t cream and green, £ 10/10/ immcùiate delivery. Sheardown and Bushel. Macquarie St. Liverpool. PLOOK i .íbisllEH. high speed dom....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
NEWS ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY Fight cunee bottles are a problem these days. Until another batch is made by the glass company we'll be on short commons. So if you have any clean 8oz bettles at home we'll be pleased to get them. And we'll pay you 1/6 a dozen 'for th»m. After you've finished your next 8c7 bottl? wash it and keep it. Your c!-mrt VII be glad to get it. For the lady who likes to keep her nails n"a* wo'v? uncovered a useful gad- get. It acts like a fountain pen. Just fill it with cuticle remover and apply to the c-jt:'cÏ2 you wish to remove. The gac"get costs only 4 6 and the remover «only 1 '-. Have you used Raymur Nail Cream? It keeps your nails from splitting and cracking. Costs ll-. MURRAY'S PHARMACY, LIVERPOOL Phone UB76I2.
POULTRY NOTES Wheat Truckings Resumed. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
POULTRY NOTES Wheat Truckings Resumed. In view of the continuance of thc very severe waterside strike and the hold- up of deliveries from the Ocean Vestal now at the wharf, the Australian Wheat Board has resumed its truckings from : country stations. This week it is expected that around 200 trucks will be loaded from the Wheat J Board Depot at Spring Hill and some I nine or ten others from other country stations. This quantity will do much to relieve the urgent orders and the Wheat Board is in close co-operation with the Railway | Department Service to improve the position further next week.
LIVERPOOL BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
LIVERPOOL BUILDINGS - --&lt;&. Applications for Council's approval to plans and specifications have been ap roved as follows: Mr. E. Sligar, w.c. and fibro additions, lot 102a Stewart Avenue. Value £ 150. Mr. R. Richardson, erection fibro cot- tage, lot 3 Illawarra Rd. £1110. Mr. F. Baldock, fibro dwelling, lot 3 i Casula Road. £1050. ' Mr. J. Bamford: fibro cotage. lot 2 j Fortes Street. £1100. Mr. L. Lawton, brick dairy, lot 12 Hume : Highway. £200. j Mr. H. Emery, erection shed, lot 26 Grove Street. £25. Mv. R. Willcocks, fibro garage, lot 78/79 Moorebank Avenue. £80. Mr. R. Evans, fibro garage and pack- ing shed, lots 9/10 Flowerdale Road. £75. Mr. H. Janus, poultry shed, lot 9 10 Canleraagh Street. £20.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
COLE'S j llllllllllllliliiiliiiillllilllllllllHiM GROCERS - HARDWARE AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL FOR WINES AND SPIRITS YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND OF WINE sold in single bottles, or with WHISKY, GIN, RUM, BRANDY, or LIQUEURS in 1 Dozen Lots, * FREE DELIVERY SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE COMPLETE ENGINE RE CONDITION ING. BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION. LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES, OILS AND GREASES EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL. G E. HUMPHRYS, A M I A M E Authorised Inspection Station Prop, DON'T GO SHORT OF ARNOTTS BISCUITS GET YOURS AT Bailey's General Store CANLEY HEIGHTS REE DELIVERY Phone: UBI564 I J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT ' ¡fl 3 Christie Street, Liverpool j WOOD COAL COKE I Prompt Delivery - Honest Weight j I EXHIBITION ROSIES ÎTCH FOR WINDOW DISPLAY OF ÄLITY ROSES, MARCH 28 and 29 b now booking for Carnations and ? Fruit Trees. PTIME is also here. Daffodils, nths. Ra...
£150,000 FOR NEW HOMES 90 per cent. Loans [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
i £150,000 FOR NEW HOMES 90 per cent. Loans Two new Co-operative Building Soc- ieties have been formed in these dis- tricts. The Cabramatta-Parramatta Society which has £50,000 to lend to hpme builders and the Liverpool-Parramatta Society with £100,000. Office of the Cabramatta Society is at the Council Chambers and that of the Liverpool Society at Macquarie Street, Liverpool next to the Hotel Liverpool. During the past eight years the Co- operative Building Societies have loaned £36.000,000 to persons building or buy lng their own homes, while the Parra- matta group of Societies under which heading Liverpool and Cabramatta now come has loaned more than £1,00,000. Interes' 'te is 3 7/8 per cent and irepjj-jn principal andi imitares! spies . -ars ai-s less than ren.. nt ¡t of the value ! e availabl?. ?» ontrolled by the membvs sion of the Gov- ernment . Further details may be had from the advertisements in this issue.
LIVERPOOL READERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
LIVERPOOL READERS If you miss your Leader, you ca make sure of it by asking for it at oij of the following places: Mrs. Wych. Newsagency, Macquarie St Railway Bookstall. Mr. Barnes, Storekeeper, Lachlan St. Mr. Wilkins. Storekeeper, Lachlan St. Mr. O'Neill, Hargreaves Park Canteen Mr. Rose, Storekeeper, Hume Highway Mrs. Jarvis, Storekeeper, Hume Highwaj Mr. Billinghurst, Storekeeper, Hum, Highway. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
ELECTRICAL UB7868 (day) Liv 327 (night) Licensed ELECTRICIANS ALL QUOTES FREE Liverpool Electric Installation Co. For Everything Electrical 42 Scott Street, Liverpool W GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing and General Smithing. A tradesman« job guaranteed % For All Classes nf % t FLORAL ART $ ;£ CLARICE HOÜGHX A 187 Macquarie St.A LIVERPOOL f XPhone UB7813 X M.PS. Chemist Manufacturer of RUBBING JELLY for Coughs andi Cold« 1/6 ? (EASTER BRIDES i SEE OUR 3 Y A X X comprising X ROOM SCHE1V comprising: A ¿Cedroom Suite, complete, 3 pie» 4* Lounge Suite, Kitchen Suite, f £99/18/6 * CASH, TERMS OR LAY-BY I * A X A X CEO. PURDUE i 97 ARGYLE STREET. £ (Opp. Parramatta Slationl I Also 150 CHURCH STREE!; I UW9075 SMALLGOODS. DEUCACIBS Fresh Daily-City Priced at J . KING Macquarie St., Liverpool NPW CAMBRIDGE SmaUgOod»» Tobanro «nd Cigarettes, SanawtehM Phone UB7624 i MURRAY'S \ BREAD HOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROY S. TURTON ArcJiiteclcral Draughtsman Macqu...
THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 March 1947
THE LEGION The Ladies' Auxiliary, Liverpool Sub- branch. Au tra lian Legion, held a 'Turn- about' evening at Hillview last Saturday night. The evening saw the debut of a few young 'ladies' and was a startling SUC- CESS. Mest of the frocks worn by the 'ladies' thor.ed a trend towards flowing evening gowns. The hairdo's were many and varied and your reporter was seriously think- ing of rinding the local lady hairdressers to inspect tome of them with a view of adding the styles for their future customsrs. The judges had a very difficult job picking the winner.- from the grand parade. .Miss' Eoug McMonash proved to be the be t 'Ladye Fayre' of the evening and won 'stockings down.' 'Mr.' Hazel Funnel, who won the 'Gents' section was the most handsome man' in the hall. Also worthy of special mention were 'Miss' Jim Biddle, 'Miss' Pei¡>r Deadman, 'Mr.' Elsie Berridge and 'Mr.' Jess Jones who was also a very capable M.C. But really Ces, some of the things vcu did are not done by 'Ladies'...