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YOUR MULTI AWARD WINNING LOCAL NEWSPAPER! Packer packs power for gallant Tigers Page 28 Wednesday June 6, 2018 Wednesday 6 June, 2018 THE WEEKLY TIMES 1 TWT’s Booming Trades Section Pages 20-24 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org VOL. 97 NO. 22 PUBLISHED 97 YEARS www.weeklytimes.com.au P.O. BOX 123, RYDE 1680 PHONE: 9807-6666 Centenary of WW1 1914 - 1918 VILLERS-BRETONNEUX BATTLEFIELDS, FRANCE, JUNE 1918 See Page 10 FIFA World Cup fever grips City of Ryde WORLD Cup fever has gripped TWT territory with soccer fans gearing up for the most prestigious football tournament that kicks off next week in Russia. BATHROOM CENTRE 233 Victoria Road RYDALMERE Ph: 9636 2338 1 Honour Avenue LAWSON Ph: 4759 1946 raysbathrooms.com.au FREE DELIVERY FOR ORDERS OVER $990 Former Socceroo defender and local North Ryde Soccer Club product Alex Wilkinson turned up at his junior club last Thursday for a meet and greet session at WIN! with TWT! EOFY SALE! FREE QUOTES North Ryde Oval. These U/11 North Ryde juniors were honoured to meet the Sydney FC international and chat about the World Cup. SEE STORY PAGE 9. Hunters Hill Music Concert Three TWT readers can win Double Passes to Hunters Hill Music’s next concert on Sunday June 24 featuring pianist Tonya Lemoh in Hunters Hill Town Hall at 2.30pm. SEE PAGE 2. Marais Project Bass Affair Three TWT readers can win Double Passes to The Marais Project’s next concert A Bass Affair on Sunday June 17 at Sydney Conservatorium of Music at 3pm. SEE PAGE 2. VILLERS-BRETONNEUX France, Wednesday June 6, 2018 JB’s World ALL STOCK MUST GO At Both Locations Bathtubs • Toilets • Vanities • Mirrors • Taps.. and so much more! TODAY AND tomorow JB will be in Villers-Bretonneux for the 100th anniversary of the Killed in Action of my uncle Henry Booth aged 20 on June 7, 1918. I will visit his grave in Adelaide Cemetery, meet the Mayor of Villers-Bretonneux Dr Patrick Simon AO with greetings from Ryde Mayor Clr Jerome Laxale and Bennelong MP John Alexander OAM and visit Villers-Bretonneux’s Victoria School. Continued on Page 3 WHILE STOCK LASTS