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Voting at Egg Marke ing Board Elections: [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

Veting «t Egg Marke fog Board Election« : A recent meeting of the Executive Council of the A.P.F.A. carried a resolution opposing preferential voting a* the Egg Marketing Board elections. }M advi.jst.ng the "flrst-pest-the-. post" system. The resolution was con- veyed to the Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Graham, and the reply recte*.-. Indicates that an amendment to the Marketing of Primary Products Act would be necessary for an altera :n Ji the system of voting. The reply also states that considera- tion was given to the most equitable method of voting when the Act wa. worded, and consideratron v.iis also given to requests made by the Poultry Farmers' Association cf N.S.W. that voting; should be on a preferential basts. Trie system of -first past the post-" has advantages in that it makes for simplicity in voting, but there is much o be said for Preferential voting in that it reflects to a greater degré; the I wirhcs of the Pioducers as a whole J

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY NOTES Rep[?]triat on and he [?] Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

POULTRY NOTES Rcprlnaton and he P^u'try Industry. A nuBii.ír of enquir t3 have been re i rive J regard ni the attitude of thr present Feieral Goveinment to settle- ment of discharged Servicemen in the Fourry Industry, and the Minister for F Jit-War Reconstruction, the Hon. J. J. Ledman, has indicated Government p:liey in this regard. Heieunder is a t-L^y of the letter received from Mr. JE-man: Cz:.r Sir. My colleague, the Minister for R^ petriaticn. has referred to ms your iet icr . Î thc 23rd July, 1946. in which in- formation is saught regarding the re- establishment of discharged servicemen in the poultry industry. Ihe War Service Land Settlement Agreements between the Commonwealth and the States próvida for the settle- ment cn the land of discharged mem bsis cf thi Forces. Under these agree- ments thc initiation of settlement pro- posals is a matter for the State Govern- ments and the Commonwealth considers j :nly those settlement proposals which a-.3 submitted by the states. Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

AUCTION SALES mâ 4iBw Under Instructions from the COMMONWEALTH DISPOSALS COMMISSION AUCTION SALE . of BUILDINGS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMB FOR REMOVAL on the site Army Veterinary Hospital, Illawarra Road, Holdsworthy on SATURDAY, 31st AUGUST 1946 at 10.30 a.m. (wet or fine) . Weatherboard BUILDINGS corr. galv. ead corr, asbestos cement roofs, wood and concrete fl cor, sizes from approx. I4ft x 10ft to approx. 65ft x 17ft. 1 Corr. Galv. Iron BUILDINGS approx. 6ft x Oft Ho appiox. 60ft x 34ft, concrete and earth floors. 3 Fibrine and 2 Wooden BUILDINGS approx. 3ft x 3ft to approx. COft x 10ft corr. galv. iron roofs, wood and concrete floors. 2 HORSE S'IALLS '.'ich approx. 192ft xl7ft, corr. ^a.'v. iron walls and roofs, concrete floors. KENNELS aopox. 20Í*. x 12ft,,. corr, iron wall:; cen. a:b?;.tos cement floor, « Wi.ir rai-h DOG BOXES. Brick SI I'P '.' ¡i i tn;. j .-. j ¡-coi-., ap- prox' 23 it x 12it. 12ft :; 12ft. 12ft x 7ft. 36ft Mot.i R/-T.ÍP, q .unlitv SHELVING. COUWIEEo, EE.NCHES....

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POLICE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

POLICE COURTS At Liverpool ?:"^c Court on Mon- day lash. Edu'cr-i J-hn Lovelace' and \lan Bruce Scilly were jointly charged with stealing orr nofr-'.rvk differen- tial valued at £30. th- pro¡.3rty cf the Commonwealth. Evidtn'.' va: ííivcíi that the two men W'IT uitr^i-.; -f *hr- A.M.F. aUachecl ! to the 114th General Transport Com- pany at Glenfield. Cn the 19ih August some officers and NCO's made a search of the bush adjoining the camp and found a differential under o piece cf canvas. A check of the vehicles in the lines showed that ene of them had, been interfered with and the differen- cial taken away. A watch was kept and later in the day the two accused were seen to drive into the bush near the differential and stop. When accosted they claimed that they were only there to park the vehicle. They were paraded before the CO. and later handed over to the civil police. Iii his defence lovelace ff;'Vt Mr. A. E. Eebsnham S.M. that he and Scully were cooks in the unit and hadi cnly tak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

-,- - --JF ? ?.u-J-.-? 1 up i,, YOUR EYES? ! ^B^BjN^Py «1 AVAIL YOURSELF OF Rj^^l A MODERN j | EYE SERVICE J |f.^j5t*v-^-¿í<,' : ( Werfern Subunl,-,) PTY. LTD. ; I f' OPTOMETRISTS i| 285 CHURCH STREET. PARRAMATTA, and at i j I 31 AUBURN ROAD, AUBURN GEARY & CULLEN ! i BLACKSMITHS AND WHEELWRIGHTS MOORE STREET, LIVERPOOL Ove:- 30 Years' Experience in all Branches ol the Trade. Our Specialty: That Difficult Job-the one the others Cannot do. WOOD COFFILL i Limited \ FUNERAL DIRECTORS ! Telephone; Liverpool 23. ! IHOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS! ROY S. TURTON I Architectural Draughtsman 1 Macquarie Chambers a RI Macquarie Street, Parrama(1:i 8 f) a.m to 5 p.m. Daily Ph UW770:i« Private: 30 Bollon Street, Guildford^ OÏÎEM?8T - ?B( Macquarie St. LIVERPOOL} Phone liv. 223 * Cure that Cough. % 'f CARBONATED | $ COUGH MIXTURE Víor Bronchitis and Dry Coi*gh»? \ 2A per bottle X VU EVERY ÇÏRrSI WISH!" i GLORY CHEST £13/19/6 Cash, Terms, or Lay-By^ ^ ^ 271N- JUTE "\ MATTI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

Hello Digger are You getting Behind Ruy Watson RAV WATSON is die ONLY EX-SERVICEMAN contesting WERRIWA KAY WATSON'S FIRST PLANK IS NO TIME LIMIT ON PREFERENCE. PREFERENCE ON WAR SERVICE HOMES ONE MINISTRY FOR RE-ESTABLISHMENT. AMENDMENT OF THE RE-EMPLOYMENT ACT. RAY WATSON is a member of the R.S.L. and takes an active part in League affairs. HELP THIS EX SAILOR TO VICTORY GET BEHIND YOUR OWN CANDIDATE RALLY ROUND RAY WATSON FOR WERRIWA LISTEN 2WL WEDNESDAY, 9-30 P.M. HEAR RAY WATSON, YOUR LIBERAL CANDIDATE Authorised by J. Cussen, Bright Arcade, Wollongong. ffi.i-n ~ as_--mmmwmmtmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm St. Luke/8 Third Annvui JUVENILE FANCY DR£ss LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL TUESDAY,. 24th SEPTEMB Dancing 7.30 to 12. Supper. Good Prizes TICKETS, 2/ \h'()R YOUR COM'EXinxCE The Famity Ne-Js Supplied BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, LVsrpoc! ( ()])],. I [cüj-i::^ Ç ;iii:iii:;s:-:, Hui HUÍ) Sb<J]> I 1ère t''ir Iv.-oiiKiny aivl C'jui tf' 'tis Service. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

j ! FOR EVERY KIND OF SHEET METAL WORK A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL if TANKS if DRINKERS if TROUGHS -fr HOPPERS if FEEDERS if UTENSILS We can supply you from Slocks or Make To Your Own Design ALL SHEET METAL REPAIRS Telephone Liv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. -»»- _ i 'nilli-ri iTiir^a- ' --» WHEATLEYS ir GH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS < July thc \U->\ Workmanship. I ..cather ail'] i ¡ri'.ulc-ry . SAVE YOLK Sol.ES. saul your Shoes, to WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ATTENTION MOTORISTS ! Panel Beating and Repairs done cheaply. j by j E. Ac TAYLOR 1362 HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL j. HOLNESS, FUEL MERCHANT 3 CHRISTIE STREET, LIVERPOOL OOOI) DRV WOOD. NEST HOUSEHOLD COKE. Prompt Delivery Any Time._ LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowel], prop REMOVALS GENERAL CARRIG SAX I), ASHES. SOIL. METAL. ET. Phone Liverpool 34. - BK _ Long or shorl 1 .. T Dc'irious, Oven-fresh ... I»! KS. CAKES and PASTRY Deal from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liverpool YUILE'S THE CATERERS 109 RAWSON ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

MRS. HALL for MODERN HAIR STYLING SALON 220 Macquarie St, Liverpool for 4he "ONDULUX'' PERM MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. GIRLS CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS HAVE LIMITED VACANCHA ;or Girls, with or without Textile Experience, a^ed 15 to 18 years Also Hoys. 15-16 years. \pply, Office, Challenge Mills, Liverpool. Tel. Liv. 30. . and Liverpool 538.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

THE "SHAMROCK" FLOWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station) * POTTERY (Cement) CUT FLOWERS WREATHS BOUQUETS SPRAYS * MISS BRAY FLORIST |COLLINGWOOD! I GARAGE I X * ' ' JIN THE FOREFRONT FOR!' I 20 YEARS. x < ? JOfficial N.R.M.A. Garage.; : x General Motor Engmeermg ; X Body Building $ Flute! Beating, Ducoing, I Oxy Welding S I OFFICIAI. TESTER | * M. Barrett, Prop. | «PHONE: UVEPTOQL 317$ i o«* Of Coa/ IV1 KV ER before in the history of Australia bm public ^ morality and respect for thc law bron al a lower ebb than ¡I ¡K lo-d:iy. This .trises from a Government which h:is censed to govern. A Government which responds only to the whip-crack of ¡I« Communist masters. A Government which allows prc sure minorities to disrupt industn ¡md throw thousands of people oui of work with the ever-presenl threat of bringing the whole of our civilised life lo ¡i ¿lutidsiill. Coal strikes, electricity strikes, incut strikes, shipping strikes, pas ration- ing, rail restrictio...

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YOUNG MAN BREAKS JAW TRAGIC CIRCUMSTANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

YOUNG MAN BREAKS JAW TRAGIC CIRCUMSTANCES Stuart Mallon, of Sydney, a youJL married man, met with an unfortuna» accident in the course of his particulÄ occupation. He suffered a compoutjl facture of the jaw. " i Mallon was fighting in thc mam evajpc at Newcastle Stadium. Hts recompenH was £50. Di This young man has since his misha been a patient in Newcastle and Sw Luke's Hospitals, and is at present undffl . a Macquarie Street specialist. He hffl his jaw wired for six weeks. Il! It has cost Mr. Mallon £177 i treatment up to the present and I m finance is rapidly declining. ! Mrs. Mallon who conducted a sm¡ hairdressing salon, has, since her hu band's accident, been in ill-health, ail consequently has had to close her sale« Thc tragedy of this case is now ai parent to the reader. With no incoiM this young couple are rapidly bein! strangled financially. The only moni . Mr. Mallon has received is the £? which was his iust rieht. He has coHw" which was his just right. He has coBw" muni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

REGAL THEATRE LIVERPOOL ONLÏ PEEPAID RESERVES SATURDAY EVENING. I PERMANENT RESERVES HELD| UNTIL 6 p.m. SATURDAY. RING TÏIEATRE IF YOU ARE NOT COMING. SESSIONS AT 6 P.M. AND 7.45 P.M. NO RESERVES KEPT AFTER 7 30 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 6 and 7 A TWO MAIN FEATURE SHOW. you'll hw JOHN DALL . JOAN LOR RING NIGEL BRUCE . RHYS WILLIAMS Directed by IRVING RAPPER Sawn flay by Caley Roblnio« and Frond Caver! fra« Hi« Slag» flay by EMLYN WILLIAMS produced by HwroQ» Storni!» . Mu lie br Me» Slain»' And Johnny Weismüller in 'TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD WOMAN" MONDAY and TUESDAY September 9 and 10 JULES LEVEY pr.nr,,i ?"ABILENE TOWN* ««tr», RANDOLPH SCOTT .ni ANN DVORAK »,ih EDGAR BUCHANAN .nd RHONDA FLEMING ~~ A IULtS LEVEY PRODUCTION Dimr.i br EDWIN L PARIN «..ocluí hoducr HERBERT I BIBERKAN fUlm.0 thru UnnU Artlau FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION Also Robt. Armstrong in "GANGS OF THE WATERFRONT" (A) k :l'Xtitërffî' COLUMBIA \\, mHè^Ji PICTURE ^¡j^.r'^fcSuitable tnt Gonvral Exhibition Also Alan M...

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RECORD MEETING AT CABRAMATTA Les Mullin Opens Campaign [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

RECORD MEETING AT CABRAMATTA Les Mullin Opens Campaign Despite a very cold night, over ûç people heard Les Mulling Communal candidate for Werriwa, opened his cati, paign at Cabramatta Town Hall friday. Mr. Mull in was supported ly Mr. Ernie Thornton, national secretaij of the Ironworkers' Union, and Mr, G. B. Miles, A.C.P. General See«, tary, with Alderman F. R.. Wingra* chairing the meeting. Mr. Thornton, who received a grea ovation when he rose to speak, reminó. ed the auaience of Mr. Menzies' attact on the Traae Union movement and hit collaboration with the fascists while fe was in power. "He promises to throj every worthwhile traae union leader a gaol, and at the same time increase production," said Mr. Thornton, "ltrç citar tnat what Mr. Menzies aims 4 do Ls to smash the Trade Unions ass icrerunner to lowering the wages of tbs workers, introducing speea-up methoos and intolerable conditions in industry. "Mr. Menzies promised to do thj when he was in power before," said Mr. Thor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

CHURCH NOTICES Methodist Church SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th Liverpool: ll a.m. J. Whalan. 7 p.m. Rev. C. Moore. Ingleburn: ll a.m. Rev. C. Moore. Salvation Army Protestant Hall, Hume Highway SUNDAY ll a.m.: Holiness Meeting. 2 p.m. Y.P. Meeting Hoxton Park. 2.30 p.m. Y.P. Meeting Liverpool. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. TUESDAY 2.30 p.m. Women's Home League Meeting; 8 p.m. Soldiers' Meeting. WEDNESDAY Cottage Meeting, Hammondville.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

191a MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Liv. 159. f. 1 ^ Frock " alon - «BKCX&.T^.T-.' re- selected from our many styles. FERGUSON FABRIC, in small prints. Buttoned down fronlu Two pockets. SW, W , 39/6 S O.S. - O.S. 42/-. 13 Coupons. SPOTTED FERGUSON FABRIC Features unpressed pleat* Neat bow at neckline. SW. W, 51, 7. SOS-' OS, 54.'. XOS 56 6. 13 Coupons SWAMI UNDERWEAR. 3 piece sets. No Coupons 22/6 SLIPS IO 9. PAryTEES 5/11 Wiatch Our v7in:.ji>ws For Spring D'splsy UVEmOOL'S FASHION CENTRE I'ASHION WITH ECONOMY JAYS WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS .»T I'ilCiCwti Oi>: UUAÎ.; ly ,'\, Sj<i..]í. D.U1CCS. '.'L'-. A.l-.Il . a FCST CAÄDS-5~ ? i...- ? Miss HOUGH, Floris , 187 Macquarie S reet, Liverpool Foi Ai'pomunents. Plio^e Lr- . :.<>» i>eve.o!iii'!> and Printing-~ - ¡til sl/<-. FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRS ANN'S GIFT SHOP 43 Burwood' Road, Burwood

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OBITUARY Mr. H. R. Bassford[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

OBITUARY Mr. H. R. Bassfordl Th3 tragic death occurred on Friday last at Canterburj' District Hospital, of Mr. Horace Robert Bassford, of Glen- field Road, Glenfield. Mr. Bassford, who was only 42 years and a native of England, had served overseas with the A.I.F., having been a prisoner of war irt Japanese hands, for 3J2 years. His death was the result) of a collision between the motor cycle he was riding and a military rtuck ai. the intersection of Joseph Street and Hume Highway, Bankstown. He was on his way to his work at the Lidcombe State Hospital when the accident oc- curred. Taken to hospital by ambul- ance, he died at 7 p.m. the same day. It was exactly twelve months since Mis. Bassford had been notified by the lautrr.rMies of his aeoîovery nom tha Japs after his having been missing fo" a long time. At Glenfield and Crossroads! where the Bassford family is well-known ano) respected, news of Mr. Bassford s dca'h cam? as a great shock. A large and !.:.jpresen1îUvu funeral tepk ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

LEADER ll IS NOW PkoCUkAULli PROM THE FOLLOWING LIVERPOOL. Mrs. WYGI, Macquarie Street. Mr. BARNES, Lachlan Street. BOOKSTALL, at Station. ROSE'S STORE, Hume Highway. Mrs. JARVIS, Hume Highway. Mr. BILLINGHURST, Hume Highway. MOOREBANK. WYCH'S Newsagency. Mr. PINNOCK, Newbridge Road Mr. A. CHILD'S, Gordon Road. Mr. S. EVERETT, Central Avenue. MILPERRA. MCKECHNIE's store HAMMONDVILLE. MORLEY'S Store. A on A «a A. »rp A CABRAMATTA. LEVINE'S Newsagency. Mrs. E. GARTHE'S School Shop. Mrs. ADA BROWN, Cabramatta Road. CARRAMAR. RAILWAY BOOKSTALL. INGLEBURN. SMITH'S Newsagency and Store. CASULA. III J. VALENTINE'S Post Office Store. jf ISAACS. Crossroad Cafe. PRESTONS. CLOAK'S Store LEPPINGTON. DONNELLY'S. HILLVIEW. DAY'S Store. Mr. PAGE. Lurnea Post Office. HOXfON PARK. HUNTER'S Post Office Store. Mr. ROUSE. Mr. BERT. WATERS. WEST HOXTON. SCOTT'S Store. AUSTRAL. STARR'S Store. BONNY RIGG. RAYNER'S Post Office Store. MT. PRITCHARD. Mrs. GRANT. Mr. BUTLER COWPASTURES ROAD. DAY'S Post Office...

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FATALITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

FATALITIES Clifford Chapman, 3U Polding Street. Fairfield, was on his way to work at Glenfield Railway Gates about 4.30 p.m. on Monday when he iel] from a train at Cabramatta and was killed in- stantly. He had! been ständig nt bli tlie doorway with his brother Mr. Arthur Chapman when a. sudden lurch of the train at a bend in thc line caused him /to overbalance. * * * Mr. Charles (Bundy) Pilgrim met his death on Monday under extrao: dinar.)' : circumstances. He was driving a hors? in a sulky along- Orange Grove Road about 3.30 p.m.. with Mr. Blown ar a passenger and when approachhi. ; . bridge over the creek the horse shir:!. ' The driver was unable to prevnt V,.J \ sulky falling 15 feet into the water ci 'he creek which is 3 to io feet deep at this spot. Mr. Brown pulled Mi-. Pilg/ini to a steep bank and left him holding on to a tree-rcot while he went for resistance. ! When he returned to the scene with Mr. Saunders Mr. Pilgrim was found to be back in the middle of the stream. They...

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NEW TARZAN FILM AT THE REGAL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

NEWi TARZAN FILM AT THE REGAL A brand new Tarzan film at the Regal Theatre next Saturday. It's entitled "Tarzan and the Leopard Woman" and í.ature: Johnny Wcismulïe^ and the wonder woman swimmer Acquanctfce, besides Cheta the Chimpanzee. Supporting film is a Columbia west- ern action picture. There's also a car- toon and serial. ' Tarzan and the Leopard Woman'' id aire showing on Friday and Saturday evenings as an associate attraction W Eette Davis in "The Corn is Green."

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THANKS FOR MAYOR Result of R.A.H.S. Visi[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

THANKS FOR MAYOR _<b Result of R A H S. Visi'. Thc Mayor of Liverpool (Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick), who is, by the way a keen and enthusiast^; student of the dis- trict's early history, went out of his way to make the recent visit of the Royal Australian Historical Society mem beni the pleasure and success it was. As a result, it was decided at thc last meet- ing of the Society to send our Mayor fhe following letter: Eear Mr. Mayor, Will you please accept the best thanks ct the President and members of thia ¡Society for your great courtesy in re- gard to our visit to your town on Sat- urday last. Our members greatly enjoyed the op- portunity of seeing the historic feat- ures of Liverpool and we appreciated the trouble you went to to make ou» visit a success. I trust that I shall have the pleas- ure at an early date of welcoming you to History House. Yours truly. C. PBICE-CONIGRAVE. uen. secretary.

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YOUTH CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

YOUTH CAMPAIGN A meeting oí the committee to org- i anise the local Police Youth Campaign was held at the Courthouse on Tues- day night, Mr. L. J. Ashcroft in the chair. On the motion of Sgt. Burns, second- ed by Mr. Hosford, it was decided that ¿:nior-Constable Dickson be appointed joint honorary treasurer with Sgt. O'Brien. It was moved and carried on the mo- tion of Constable Little that Constable Swatzen,. Senior Cjonstai|'Je Ho4(:e spu Mr. a. Bowell be added to the com- mittee. Sgt. Burns suggested that the com- mittee support Miss Shirley Weir in her candidature in the Princess! Competi- tion bsing run in connection, with the Youth Campaign and Amti-T.B. Appeal and that all local votes be allotted to !her. A motion to this effect was car- ried. It was decided to hold a series of functions in connection with the Ap- peal, including a Ball and a Sunday night concert. A ball committee waa formed and arrangements made to con- tact every society and club in the dis- trict and all a...

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