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JUST GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

JUST GOSSIP They will have round Hosiord's that Fanni»; Banks got a gocd cheque for his dog- story which appeared in Sunday's Telegraph. "Panlicker" has grown very d Econtented with his salary since he heard of Ron being in the really big money. * * # There was a good attendance in Mac- quarie Street on Saturday morning when our local member and Minister, Mr. H. P. Lazzarini opened Iiis cam- paign '"or the coming electoral contest. Mr. McGirr, our State membeif, was +here too to support him. * * * A hundred women missing from Liver oool ! That was the dreadful d'sclosure hat caught our reporter's ear last Fri- lay morning as he called in at Ernie Tully's office and found Eric Bourke burning the wires to the "Sun" office. \ghast at the news our reporter stood by prepared to catch all the dreadful urid details. And then Eric said. "Yes, .Vm speaking fer ^ihe bockstflV here. These 100 "Women" should have ar ived yesterday but have not turned up vet. Will you get on to your circulation ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

COLLINGWOOD! I GARAGE I £IN THE FOREFRONT FOR j ¿ 20 YEARS. ^Official N. R. M. A. Garage jfc General Motor Engineering <f |; Body Building | * Panel Beating, Ducoing, '1; ? Oxy Welding | $ OFFICIAL TESTER | £ M. Barrett, Prop. f |PHONE: LIVERPOOL 3171

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

HANDKERÇHIE I ARE SCARCE, BUT I THIS WEEK WE CAN SSHOW YOU MORE THAN I IN LADIES AND GENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS; I WIUJAJVTotONl&itíÉl. I 233 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL' ' % ELECTORS OF WERRINA VOTE (1) R P. LAZZA1 He has, served you faithfully and well for many years now. Remained loyal to the l&to John Curtin during Aus- tralia's War effort.. Now strongly sup- porting the Prime Minister, Mr. Ben. Chifley in his fiaht to WIN the Peace. Don't let your effort lie "To0 Little, Too Laf.e." Vote 1: H. P. LAZZARINI Thc SelkJrted amâ Endorsed LABOL'K Candidate. Vote, Senate Three: Ashley, Arnold, Large. VOTE YES thc Three Referendum, Questions. Authorised S. H. Banks, Div. Campaign Director Thc Hon. H.P. LAZZAKUiVa Minister for Works and Oom WEIR & Walcliniakcirs and Jewellers j 194 Macquarie St., Liverpool liivifi! yuu to||ispect >; I heir display*»qf ' ROYAL STAFFORD CROCKERY i also ',' .. '7/1 POTTERY and CUT GLÀSS Diamond Engagement Rings * Afl<M Weddi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

BOWLS The cetebra-tifn of vice-President's -toy took, place at the Eowlin«r Club on "unday last. The club house teinpr 'ecorated with bunting-. A string band -rcv-'ded excellent music for the large "athering assembled. vice-Presidents E. Webb P. Willi'm on and C. Dymock were in grand form ind entertained their visitors to a gior- gi's day. E. Webb, speak'n? on bohalf of tne ^"e-PresidcUs. extendel a welcome f.r' víEí'íng playe-s and nil vis't^rs. H's 'vords of welcome were greeted with Teat applause bv all. The trophy competed for was won by mr neighbouring club. Fairfield. The .:recen talion was maie bv C. Dvmock. Visiting team-1 were from Campai. \rbvrn. Lidcombe, Lakemba and Fair- ed Clubs. Scores: Fitzpatrick. Hill. Cheriton. Ashcroft 27 v Lidcombe 16. Keegar, Lindley, Hilton, C. Williamson 18 v Campsie 17. 0*B»*ien. Smith Sampson, P. William sen 14 v Fairfield 24. Fowke. Ireland. Morrow. C. Williamson 13 v Lakemba 20. Buchan, Ollis, Simpson, Dymock 21 v Auburn 13. | Club Champi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

FOOD FOR THOJJG] JCE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO f LEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION; £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT ICE WORKS R- A Dunbier, Prop Phone: Liyi I . CHOICE FRUITS AND QUALITY VEGETABLES I Both WHOLESALE and RETAIL from J CRINION'S ? I MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL I GENERAL CARRIER, WOOD, COAL AND COxl^B I ALL AT COMPETITIVE PRICES. 'Phons: Liv. I SIGHT IS YOUR MOST PRECIOUS GIFT . ! On thc slightest suspicion of Eye Trouble- ||1 CONSULT H. SHAW, M Ph , M I O , FIO M j 193 Macquarie_Staeet_:t _Liverpool^ I NEXT"SUNDAY-AND EVERY SUNDAY . . " 7¡H ENJOY A HOT ROAST DINNER AT THE THE CROSSROADS CAFE M (J . A . Isaac, Proprietor) -j^M Grills, Lighi Luncheons, Sandwiches, Milk Bar and Confectionery IjB Phone Liverpool 452. ,,J3l ,_:_-.-w3SR. H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: UVÉRPOOI- j [ Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of SydnçvîV ^ ' Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bur.cs, Hags, Kitchen Fais. Scrap Mela., AI) at Highest Market Price*. ¿ Sh...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

! AINSWORTH STUDIO ! I 53 BATHURST STREET LIVERPOOL ? I FOR YOUR PORTRAIT ¥ CHILD STUDIES A SPECIALTY. .} v "i X ALSO FILMS DEVELOPED AND PRINTED .} ? PHONE: LIVERPOOL 150. Í X <. X FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES from W. OCONNELL (Ute A.'.F.) 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL Our Motto: QUALITY ! And Now-BACK TO NORMAL. . 1 A.s ii was before. ,U is now; and will continue to be. i THE SHOP FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE I GEDDES MEAT MARKET, Macquarie Street, Liverpool ¡ j» Broadcasters for Grinders and Orchard and Gristers Field Work. 3 Knife Green Concrete Mixers Peed Cutters in 2 .Vaes. Tile above machines are Xew and available for immediate delivery from GEO. HOWELL HIGH STREET, PENRITH Phone: 100, 258 or 259. i SLOUGH'S CORNER Terminus St., Liverpool Registered Milk Vendor GROCERIES. SMALLGOODS FRUIT AND VEGETABLES NOW - PLENTY OF NEW-LAID EGGS SLOUGH'S :: THE FAMILY SERVICE ¡ _.__ « fr GENERAL CARRIER AND CONTRACTOR C. W. MILLER 14 TERMINUS STREET, LIVERPOOL Furnitu...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

ÎEVERY KIND OF JHEET METAL WORK A. L. CHUN IT STREET LIVERPOOL rANKS if DRINKERS rROUGHS fr HOPPERS FEEDERS fr UTENSILS ni supply you injin Slocks or Make To Your Own Design LL SHEET METAL REPAIRS. Telephone Liv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. ?WHEATLEYS ^BcLASS BOOT REP Ai Ry ^^^mr thc Best \Yorki!i:ut>.iu|i. ^^VL^ather and Grind _-ry YOUR SOLES, sod v" Shoes, to f WHEATLEYS [ 188 MACQUARIE STREET, I" LIVERPOOL ATTENTION MOTORISTS ! I Panel B::* ::^ and Repairs j done cheaply. I by E. A. TAYLOR j 362 HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL m. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT 3 CHRISTIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ^?GOOD DRY WOOD. BEST HOUSEHOLD COKE. Prompt Delivery Any Time. LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL I CARRYING SAND, ASflES, SOIL, METjVL, Eic. ^ . Phone ^ 34.^ ^ J% For Delicious, Oven-fresh . . . PIES, CAKES and PASTRY Deal from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St., Liverpool YUILE'S THE CATERERS 109 RAWSON STREET, AUBURN For All Functions. WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY Phone UX7043 I >n _ WAL FIN...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILMS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

FILMS The Aubtialasian Exhibitor, the officia1 journal of the motion picture industry, publishes the following: I DYNAMITE-As far as can be learn- ed there'll be no political matter screen- j ed by cinemas for the forthcoming elec- j lions. The big loops have agreed, as I before, to shut down cn any bid to buy screen space by members of any poli- tical party. A political play of any kind j in any cinema is absolute dynamite. A j big loop found this to be true many years ago. A taboo on politics in cine- mas is very wise.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

G. COOPER For AU Garden R^. fr CARNATIONS in I V*at vanáik " 1 CUT FLOWERS j SEEDLINGS lt JTOUBS -j BULK SEEDS FERTILIZER^ ' 203 Macquarie St., Liverpool j| fd Methodist Church C _ SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 LIVERPOOL: ll a.m. Mr. J. Hrdson. 7 p.m. Mr. Ray Watson. INGLEBURN: ll a.m. Presbyteiran. Salvation Army SUNDAY ll a.m.: Holiness Meeting. ? Speaker.' Lt.Col. Chas. Dunc! Held Secretary. i 2 p:jn. Y.P. Meeting Hoxton JP»! ! 2Í8Ó' p.m. YiP. Meettnf "ttwjrfcl ! 3 p.m. Praise Meeting Hoxton P« 7 p.m. Salvation ^Meeting. ? .. I TUESDAY Obttaee Meeting, Mrs. Holmes. Pa field Street. WEDNESDAY 2.30 p.m. Women's Home League Meetings held in Protestant HaftTA Highway, Liverpool. PuMtsfoeä by R. Rowell, Liverpool, * printed by The Denley Print, 51 O' Street, Granville.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANDIDATE'S ALLEGED TREACHERY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

CANDIDATES ALLEGED TREACHERY , --w~~ - Speaking at a meeting of the Cab- ramatta, branch of the Liberal Part} last Monday night, Mr. Ray Watson, the Liberal Candidate for Werriwa, was caustic in criticising what he describad,' as treachery by the Communist candi- date. Mr. Watson was referring to a contributed article which appeared In this paper on the 25th July presuming1 to be a report on a recent debate at 3uijhe-,"^nl bpiween Mr. (Mulita ant) himself. "E;fore the debate commenced," said Mr. Watson, "Mr. Mullin agreed tha*^ one report and one report only on the .ebrte should te submitted to the Elec- torate paper=. That impartial report was made by the local íeporter and was 's~it i;t to all papers under the joint i-¿r. lure.1: of the local Liberal and Corn- au cfficialc. Mr. Mullin apparently did not hke this impartial report aná ?n spite of the agreement made, he now comes out with ene of his own. "I did ment on durr,ng th2 debatie hat I disagreed with direct action in .dLsuia...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTORS OF WERRIWA For Your Guidanee [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

ELECTORS OF WERRIWA For Your Guadañee In last week's issue of tnis paper you were given some brief facts in support of the leadership cf the late John Cur- tin and the present Labor Prime Min- ister, Mr. Ben Chifley who will be seek- ing your endorsement at the forthcoming Federal Election on September ¿8th. Let us now examine some of the ex- pressions of opinion of certain support- ers of Mr. R. G. Menzies, the Liberal Leader, when he was Prime Minister and who is now seeking your support. Mr. W. M. Hughes, in a broadcast ad- dress on the 6th April, 1943, said '"Mr. Menzies is the great seîï-£|r.eker/ the man behind the scenes in every intrigue, the fountain head of every whispering campaign the destroyer of unity." For the 1943 elections Mr. Fadden was tlie leader of th 2 campaign for both tho U.A.P. and Country Party. Curing the campaign Mr. Menzies de- nounced certain proposals put forward by Mr. Fadden. Mr. Fadden described Mr. Mcnz'es' action as follows: "This itab in the back...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABRA-VALE EX-SERVICEMEN'S CLUB Ladies' Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

CABRAVALE EX-SERVICEMEN'S CLUB Ladies' Auxiliary A happy party is held every first Thursday in the month at the club rcoms. Bartley Street and Railway Parade. Cabramatta. The meeting com- mences at 1.30 p.m., after which the ladies play cards and have afternoon tea. The money raised wfll eventually furnish a room In the men's club. The Auxiliary invites all to a Social on 5th September at 1.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

COLES GENERAL MERCHANTS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WINES , 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL NOW YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ATTENTION ! A GOOD HOSE IS ESSENTIAL. fr i inch PLASTIC HOSE, per foc$ . 1 / fr I 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot, did' fr I inch 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE 1/1 per foot} Orders Called for and Delivered to All Part« of the District, <. Telephone Liverpool 119. ' v ll THE f Shamrock3 SCOTT STREET :: LIVERPOOL (Opposite Fire Station) for fr JAPANESE FANTAILS, from.2/ fr SPECIAL TO CLEAR. FRUIT TREES, each 3/ APPLE TREES, each 4/ j "THE SHAMROCK," 69 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL MUMU' .nw III.IWIMMM-- IM I H- -HUIT LIVERPOOL S^Hr^L FIRST ANNUAL REUNION in the TOWN HALL LIVERPOOL on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10T 1946 TICKETS: 5/6 Single. Double IO/ I Dancing 8.30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Í Continuous Music. Í OLD-TIME AND MODERN ! DANCING Excellent Supper by Ladies of P. and C. .Association NOVELTIES AND SPECIAL: ! PRIZES. This will be a Gala Night on which to renew old friendships. Tickets are lim...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEALTH FILMS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

HEALTH FILMS The Department of Public Health conducted a screening of special edu- cational health films in the Regal Thea- tre on Wednesday afternoon last. AU senior pupils from the Liverpool pub- lic school attended. The subjects chosen were excellent and very much appre- ciated . Mr. White on behalf of the Health Department thanked Mr. Richards, manager of the theatre, for providing his facilities free of cost and Mr. Lewis (Health Inspector) and the Liverpool Council for their co-operation.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

¡ THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP $oit Drinks. Ice Cream, Con- fectionery. Milk Bar, Milk ¿hake '\ a;»d Drinks, only 4d. i I CAMPBELL ;fs MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL j|u: Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakvs |j and Pastry. j% Anderson's Smallgc-'ds '§ Tobacco and Cigarettes Stationery. , Groceries I Telephone Liv. 276 ! WEDDING BREAKFASTS I CATERED TOR IN PUBLIC HALLS f CONSULT PILLINGERS. Caterers 52 Station Ro:d, AUBURN [ hone UXG413 _-_J ¡FOY vom next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies' Kni'dressm 50 Terminus Street, Liverpool Maphinelcss, I",u;;cnp and Non-Electrlr Peints, done viii» every comfort to the client. Phone Liverpool 212 GIRLS WANTED! A Chance lo Leam A Profitable Trade. LIGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES CONGENIAL CONDITIONS ? WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS ANNUALLY APPLY: LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO Terminus Street. Liverpool Manufacturers of I ROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES PHONE : LIVERPOOL 239 ACQ LIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridges) ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

??¿m. ..?<,..' . . Our Motto ijt ' THE ? lr* ÖICEST FRUITS Ï <D VEGETABLES $ My I L. BILLETT \ Scott St., LIVERPOOL J WHEE* tl* P(bone *. t PFC j, -Aß APRIt ( ' r Oj MTLK BUCKED 2/9 (2 gallon) ^DELICATESSEN I H AMBUR I AND CO MILLER .A SCOTT ST. (ono. % UVERPOC * ALWAYS FRESH % SMALL GOOt % CQNFECTIONL 4 ICE CREAM & M !; LEAVE ^^^^^^^H YOUR DRY CLEAI^^^^^^^^H THE LOCAL DE^^^^^^^^H Liverpool ^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Cabramatta LAWRENCE B SOLICITOR iCommiestoaer for Affü.. Victoria) RAILWAY FASADE, CA UB 171« Antí Twyford House. 17 Cat Sydney. B 4408. Heralding Practice after Míiitary

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING RADIO VALVES BY AIR An Old Philips Custom [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

SHIPPING RADIO VALVES BY AIR An Old) Philips Custom Ii these c!?ys of increased post-war t;adr. wr-cn publi-; dsmand overwhelms *?.?>!?' prrJ'!cers' supply as soon as it romes u!I th;- lines, manufacturers are f.ic?d vith the difficulty, not only lof fulfilling commitments, but also of speedily moving goods from factory to point ol sale. Since our already over- taxed transport services have suffered from stoppages, therefore making de- liveries far from certain. Australian N:-1 ional Airways report a sharp In- crease in freight traffic. In addition to normal freight, the Airways have undertaken many unusual cargoes, from racing cars to stud sheep. The accompanying photograph, show- ing the loading of a giant silver "Sky master" with Philips Valves, only ene of many daily consignments, was taiten Du the runway at Kingsford Smith Aerodrome. With their valve factory at present situated in Sydney-soon to be removed to South Australia - and with orders increasing daily, Phllifw regula...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

ID PROPERTY T. j » cr URGENTLY j ../fei *t^v^pool District. Submit rticulars immediately. No sale i ;\.inD commission basis. For quick 'results rlnfr, frrite or call SYDNEY ' FARM .SPECIALISTS Pty I Urf'. 28 Martin P>cc, Sydney j E. C GRUCHY [Ca¿L>Vnte, or Ring Liv. 373. y 231 MACQUARIE ST., _LIVERPOOL AUCTION SALES AÜCRQN SALE By oráer and on account of the Public trustee, es BttrW in the will of Alex- ander-F*nd1ay Thomson, Mr. E. Tully WÜ1 sell on the premises at Hoxton Park jtit3Tffl-p:m. on Friday 23rd August, those pieces or parcel of land îtèd at Hoxton Park. Parish of fôramatta County of Cumberland. [<f lots 773. D.P. 2475, having an of about 3 acres, and being the ile of the land comnrised in Cer fe of TifclH. Ree)s*i1-ed Voli'mo JjSKÏ. Folio 25 and lots 774. 775 D.P. at|75, bavin* an a'-eu of about 5 acres. ,1* rood, 15? peaches, and be'ng the whole of thc land convriréd in Cer <^ffliratp of TïtVel Pe^iTOered VHfme ; 2167. Foiio 190 towethc- wit...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIGGERS' BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

DIGGERS' BALL -<îi An outstanding- success, both from the financial and the social points of view, the credit is chiefly due lo the ener- getic and enthusiastic crganisation of a small committee wiUiiJi '.the sub- branch and more particularly to Mr. , Jack, Chappel. official ball? secretary and Mesdames:- Nicholson.' Bryant and Buchan.,.r (!..- ' :? ? A noticeable .feature wa;> the carly arrival of the majority ol' those attend '"Big. -i ' ^ ' ' "? r Included among: those who arrived early were Hon. H. P.J Lazzarini, Fed- eral Minister for Works and Housing, Hon. J. McGirr. State Minister for Housing, the Mayor and Mayores (Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Fitzpatrick). Mr. and Mrs. Payne and Mr. and Mrs. Stanton representing the.Legion of Ex-Service- men. The ball was officially opened by the President, Mr., R. Rowell . alter the observance ,of the one minute's silence in memiry of departed comrades tradi- tional at all returned soldiers' gather- ings. Mr. Rowell extended a warm we...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCIL NOTES (CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

eouNciL mm (CONTINUED) " ' (or the conduct of our dealings «j each other and the writer of the < fensive letter had departed tro1âlt> tb standard. He did not ask the AsaórÜ lion to humiliate themselves but^ least they could convey to Council tí th*y had written as they did wi unaware of the true facts. Aid. Banks appeaeld to Aid. PM to reconsider his attitude. He adi that it was an occasion for tolerant Undoubtedly these people had acted* they did through ignorance. He thou* they had had a little agitation and $ a little wrong advice. '* Aid. Banks appealed to Aid. Pott months ago. before any of the & residents at Warwick Farm, had à. thought of coming to live in a t<jfc called Liverpool he had conferred <Ä| Mr. Gallup, engineer-in- charge of ft housing project and his assistant, ft McKenzie, with a view to providing ft rends, kerbing rind guttering, pan etc.. for them. It was a fact that^' other part of the municipality ^eoiojk. as ¡nany ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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