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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UU76QÓ Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Pk tl ure to notify if not coming by per- manent reserve holaers cancels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depend upon public response. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY April 16-17 The filmed story from the pen of the greatest writer of our time Ernest ("For Whom the Bell Tolls") Hemingway THE KlLLiiKS'' (A) .With Burt Lancaster, America's answer to Janies Mason, and twice as ruthless and fascinating. Also Gordon Harket in .29 ACACIA A'VEJNUE'i (A) Also Burns v O'Neill Bell Fight Uay (juecn Wins Newmarket HOUSEWIVES' MATINEE ABOVE PROGRAMME Thursday, ll a.m. Both Films at Thursday Matinee. FRIDAY, SATURDAY April 18, 19 ¡ Gene Tierney, Trudy Marshall i Vincent Price, Walter Huston in "DRAGONWYCK" (A) It ought to he a good picture. - Look at the artists. If it was not a good picture we wouldn't screen it. Also Lawrence Tierney, and Ann Jefferys in "STEP BY...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAMES McGIRR AND LIVERPOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

JAÍWE» McGiRR AÑO UVERPOOL These two names are linked very closely teether, not only is ihe name McGirr a household word in Liverpool, but wherever Liverpool is mentioned th< name McGirr is coupled with it. Ths reason for this is that tor the past 22 yeais. Mr. James McGirr has been the Memoer for this district in the State Parliament, coining to Bankstown i rom the Cootamundra Slate Electorate which seat he held under the propor- tional system. James McGirr quickly became one ol" the people of Liverpool and endeared himsell to the people in thur love and affection for him as a man of sympathy and understanding, a man who fought the cuse and the casts tl the least fortunate sections of nur community as well as the strong. Lanna the years that James McGirr has been representing Live: pool he has guiu step by step through the variout I:.Í¿C> ul thc public life ol this great State, al all times sober, honest ano trustworthy. James McGirr was selected by Ins colleagues tc ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

POULTRY EQUIPMENT for economy . The "Newpro" 3-gaUon capacity galvan- ised iron open water trough, suitable for all watering purposes and particu- larly for yards where water has to be carried or when drip taps are used. 7/9 each The "Newpro" K.T. 4-gallcn galvan- ised iron bucket for feeding, watering or egg collecting. A solid firm bucket with base built up cn" the ground to save pos- sible cracking of eg'ss through contact with the ground. 5/- each All prices f.o.r. sending station. Please add exchange lo country cheques. NSW PRODUCE CO Pty. L d 181 CLARENCE STREET. SYDNEY MA1211 ml all branch stores.

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HAMMONDVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

HAMMONDVILLE PARS Spending a short h^lidiy as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morley ~i Hammondville are Mr. and Mis. E. G. Porter of Semaphore. South Australia. * .* * ?Ccngr.V.ulatiens to Mr. 'and Mrs. Gray of Hammondvi:ie cn the birth of ' a son. Jimmy and Alf's wives are si ing for that feed of fish. * * * Still on the sick list is ML Brown, a late council employee' Ask Ken why the birds sing You" and his face goes red as the envelopes he receives Jatel; I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

Make a Change ! . i Vote fc rc BYRNE J. A. for Bankstown I SELECTED AND ENDORSED Liberal i Party 1 im dui a Iv Authorised by R. Bridger, 95 Cardigan St-, Bankstown. \

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

STRAIGHTFORWARD... DEPENDABLE... TRUSTED B|BBM^^HH|^^BHf^B^^MpF^^^vt^^^' '^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHK Hon. I. McGirr, M.L.A., Premier of ÑJS.1P. _ ON MAY 3rd VOTE MCGIRR, J. and KEEP the State prosperous lulhnrised by Hon. W. E. Dickion, M.L.C., Parliament Houte, Sydney. A. J GOODE ! 184 6 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7825. ¡ The Store for Service and Quality COSY FLANNELETTE WINTER WEAR An extensive range of made-up garment» and materials, including: . Children's Flannelette 1 piece PYJAMAS, 6 cpns. 7/6 to M/6 j ChiLlrens Flette 2-pee PYJAMAS, 8 cpîw. 12/3 to 14/3 Lades" Flannelette PYJAMAS, 12 cpi*. 16/M to 20/9 LadüV Flannelette NIGHTGOWNS, ll cpns. 15/3 to 20/3 PLAIN FLANNELETTE. AU colours. 2/4* to 3/6 yajrd) ] I 1\ and 2 i coupons. | j STRIPED FLANNELETTE, in wanted colors. 3/ and 3/1 j I yard. 1\ coupons. j j , £tr¡pr¡d Wool and Cotton PYJAMA MA'ERIAL. Ail new ¡ i shades. 5/8 and 6/9 yard. I Coupon. I Boys' Strong and Warm Flannelette PYJAMAS, 9/4 to 12/4 : i 8 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

HOCKEY Moorebank Boys' Hockey Club hasT>een granted dis riet status by the M.H. A. It will in future be known as the Moore- bank Liverpool Hockey Clcb. The com- mittee is very desirous of a good roll-up at i he three practice matches to be held ! cn the Liverpool Camp Oval and invite 1 not only members but any intendir memo.rs. The Club will furnish help and instruction to younger players or begjiners. Those interested are referred to the advertisement in this issue. -?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW SCHOOLS Laying of Foundation Stones [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

THE NEW SCHOOLS Laying of Foundation Stones -» It was undeservedly bad luck ior the Liverpool Branch oí tue V. and C. Association and the large number ol intel ested citizens who aUcnued lo wit- ness the laying oí the foundation stones of the new Junior Technical and Home Science Schools in Fortes Sir eut. tnai at 2.30 p.m. last Saturday, rain began LO fall heavily and inc wtll-planned arrangements were thereby upset. Both tue Haniei, Hon. J. J. McGirr, ant. .?i. iviuniter ior Education. Hen. R. J. Hdiron wt re prompt, in arrival. There a ^ouaiy collection of cars in a .-iiii-c.iue round thc platform, hut few UJI'LU me inclemency of tne weather LO ^ \.J thc scene on foot. Aiiji a Hurried consultation, it was otcutu io uiiipjraiily postpone the t-i-iciucny ^i laying Hie louiiaaiiun stones and to proceed to thc school, where thc omciai nanding over of the newly a^uiied public address system to inc j-.i^.i-uiicuL as represented by the Min- ister) could be carried out under shel- ter. n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

COLE'S tiiififiiiiiiiihiitiiiiiiiiiiiiHitiiiiiiiiitiiitMminiliiliiliimimimiiittiÉitimÉfciiii*M'* GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL fa CYCLONE 10ft. «id 12ft. FARM GATE* *fa CONCRETE TUBS' AND PEDESTALS. fa GARDEN WHEELBARROWS. + GARDEN TOOLS OF ALL KINDS fa CAMBRIDGE HAND PLOUGHS AND CONCRETE MIXERS. COLE'S DELIVER THE GOODS wmmiÊÊ^mmm^^mmKBmB&mmÊmÊmÊmim^ÊmmmmmmÊmmmmaKÊmmmtÊmammmmmÊmËmÊÊmmÊÊmmÊmmmimÊmm^mÊ - fa SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE ^Ç^^^ ? * COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION WMÊI0ÊIÊÊaB^^^ P^H * BATTERY CHARGING UNDER mH^^^B^-f-tflB SPECIALIST SUPERVISION. ^^SSEJ^SBPBp,. ^ ic LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES, ^SSÊz^^ " " EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL. G. E. HUMPHERYS, A M I A M E Prop. Authorised Inspection Station Save Money I HERE'S A REAL CHANCE ON LINES USED EVERY DAY AND THEY'RE GIANT SIZES, TOO. 40oz LIQUID SOAP l/7i 40oz CLOUDY AMMONIA 1/2 40oz PHEN...

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THE COURTS Ste[?]ling [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

THE COURTS Stealing A 21-ycar-old man. Leonard Joseph O'Reilly, broke into a Liverpool house and stole an infant's sixpenny money- box containing ' ninepence on Saturday, 5t,h April. He took the box to a vacátit allotment nearby and extracted the money then decided to go back to the house and steal something else. This evidence was eiven by Det-Const. Neal at, Liverpool Felice Court last Thurs- day when O'Reilly pleaded guilty to both charge- of stealing and loitering with Intent t.. s^.ai. He slated further that O'Reilly wes taught in the yard of Arthur Tournas Ru gless of Moore Street and when arrested and taken to the F-olic? Station admitted having entered a'.d :.'.r.len in the Arti place and that lr had intend, d to re-e"ter the house but for his arrest. Questioned regarding ?a retu:ned soldier's badge in his pos- esión, 0'R:illy had admitted stealing it «ir.d 20 - from a flat at Bondi. Mr. Measlier P.M. fined defendant Who had a record oí previous convic- tions in Queensland. ...

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING GREAT NIGHT on Saturday at Can Vy Heights to mark the Sunday School Anniversary. The kiddies did their jot j extra well and it vas obvious that many ' ours of hrrd work had been burnt up to make the occasion the success ii was. Congrats, to all tor a really good night. * * * High time W2 had an additional phone find pillar-box up here-what with the number of times the phone's out of order, and the number of people using it. ifs easier to walk to Canley - and quicker. * * * Have ycu seen J.W.'s new Citreon -lo a wow. * * * "Jock" Banett. now recuperated, is -?"¡Jjoying a well-earned holiday. * » . Congrats, to L.nie Simmons on th« i attainment, of his majority. I * * * Understand St. John's Park Progress [ Association and Canley RSL. are com- bining their efforts in a monster carni ! val ere long. What about the Heights joining in? I * * * The Lsnnie Family hope to move to heir nice new home before very long and are they happy? * * . Haven't seen Fred Twindley ...

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POULTRY FARMERS [?]ime'one Screenings as Substitute for Shell G[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

roüLTRY. FARMERS i irnc^one Screwing* as Substitute for Shell GnT' . At the recent Annual General Meet ing of the A.P.P.A., Mr. Pat Pogart "r *se Oxford. Falls Branch nrcduce samples of limestone screenings frotn th ^r**n°h»*n time Products, Box 6 p.O Wingham, The samples rrodi>ce«j wer 'v. the process of being crusliod for car 'i nate of lime and airton! ?irai Um in tb« quarter inch size producer ar us 2d fot binding bitumenised roads. Th ."oduct was regarded as most suitabl "ia substitute for shell grit, provide* n-e btrds would eat it, and in the opin ion of poultry farmers present, it wa rt gar dad as being attractive to the birls The Deparment of Agriculture has bee " ked fT test the product at the Seve Hills l^erimental Farm and some poul try farmers 'are purchasing bag lots wit! ^he object of also making a test. Th price of the l'me screenings is 22/6 pe Pon f.o.r. Wi guam in 15-ton lots Bagging would require to be done whei unloading at the destination to whic it was cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

RE YOtí PLEASED WITH I YOUR HAIR? I V Daily Treatment willi MELDRUMS HAIR TONIC | will !nvit;<n'aie and Strengthen it. X L'S]-; < MJVK AX!) O >CO\lJT SHA.MI'i H ) T< ) WASH £ VOLR H AI K.- Walch the Ini])r.ivenieni. £ lELDRUM'S HAIR TONIC 2/6 | >LIVE AND COCONUT SHAMPOO 2 | from y MURRAY'S PHARMACY ! City Price Chemists y v LIVERPOOL. UB7642 | I " mmwüf ' I ! PREMIERE HAIRDRESSER j ; MISS MERLE KEYES f .SI'ÍÍIÍOUS ¡ha^NOW is tjie time for thai S I MACHÏNELESS PERMANENT | H ONDULUX - Foi Naturalness and Permanence. -*- I MERLE KEYES | 36 SCOTT STREET :: LIVERPOOL UB7858 V. f'.-i- . , y Only Senior Operators in Salon X Terms from 3, 6 weekly .1VERPOOL ELECTRICAL I INSTALLATION CO ripit CYÜüVÍ ilJNG ELECTRICAL % RADIO REPAIRS ME DAV SERVICE. 3 MONTHS' 0 oUARAKTEE Stromberg - Carlson Sales and Service s-on STKÎ:ET. LIVERPOOL and ¡OK S(,H'Aîi"'. CABRAMATTA HI'. 7X0'8 ACqiSHi. iílAi WELL íUÍOüMLTI API-LAU.-.V :,~v.»u :.r \ i.iit'OOL's LEAL*«.'.i. ff ...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

GOSSIP Al:cr an enjoyable five weeks holiday in Melbourne, Mrs. Marchant of Town view Road, Mount Pritchard, flew back last Friday. * * * Mr. Vince Bray, of Central Avenue Chipping- Norton, is also home again. He has been down the coast for six Weeks. * * * Among the post-Easter homers too' are Mr. Harry Gill, Deputy Town Clerk of Liverpool and family from the moun- tains . I * # * P.W.D. workmen prepared the stand and the brickwork for the foundation stones of the new schools on Friday afternoon last. When they got to the job on Saturday 100 bricks were gone. * Dc «< Great movement amongst the Teds ; this Week. Mr. Ted Martin, N.S.O. i at Liverpool was transferred and Mr. Ted Shields took his place. Senior Con- stable Ted Little v.as transferred to No. , 9 Division and is stationed at Gran- ville now. * * * A last reminder-when you're told about a good tiling, go to it! The CWA Blue and Gold Ball will take place in Livrepccl Town Hall tomorrow nish! and everything is to ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir, My attention was drawn to an article in your pa;:e. of April 3rd, entitled "Har- greaves Park a Hotspot," in which you reported Aldermen Childs and Cullen respectively stated that a resident of this Housing Estate knocked his wife through a partition, and a returned soldier pulled a tommy-gun, whilst an- other produced a .303. If t'.iese aldermen were reported cor- rectly, I would suggest that this coun- cil should instruct their Builling Inspect- or to immediately inspect such struct- | ures as allows a grown person to be ; knocked through so eas.^*, a< 'Han greaves Park comes under the control ol Liverpool, and possibly some fault lies with that council. in respect to the all.gaticn respecting firearms, I have in mind a Press Cam pa.gn by the Government s nd Police Departmest in respect to Firearms, and Alderman Cullen, as a public official, should kncrw hts rt<,Donsibili:"es, and finally I am at a loss to know why a council discuss...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT REPORTS GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

SPORT REPORTS GOLF ASSOCIATES Wednesday, 9th Aoril.-Stroke com ppMticn. M-s. Gooley's Trophy was won bv Mrs. Chapple, the runner-up being Mi's Battye. Saturday, 12th April.-Mixed Stabte ford Aggregate, was won by G. Taylor and Mrs. Anderson, 51 points. The usual monthly Club Dance held on Saturdav last was well attended and a grand time had by all prtsent. * ? si: *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

FOOTBALL With a host of supporters, the four 'oral teams journeyed to Merrylands last "u'idav anrt another 'rood d^y's fiotball -suit*''. 'Hie A Grade team took the fiold at 3.30 v. Mn-nhv bein? captain. Merrylands kicked off against the wind, -nd orly for rome CTOod tackling would 'lave s"ored in th? first few minutes. ~r. Cn-qhlan ífull back) clearing with ?> good li"'' kick, put the locals on the "-ttack find with a scrum half-way the ''qll CST" ont tn the flve-efght, who cut three men out to pass to K. Morley to i°n the accornt for Liverpool 3-0. The ' lek wcnt astray. ?nd then the game he- arne very slow for the remainder of ''tis half with the play travelling from 'ne end of the frald *o the other. With th« second half, we saw the locals take ccrrmand of the play in all depart- ments. r"'Tine tries on no less tb^n five occasions by inches. Merrylands .'as ha'-d p' t to it to keep them out. "?'ral ?""?..> wrs a 3-all draw. The c-o-le rame pis? resulted in s -all tf'vw aft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 April 1947

IBBSBí:£BD PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real E. ¿té AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First ¿ 231 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7873 NOTE FOR TOP PRICES AND SATISFACTION Consign your POULTRY to LIVERPOOL AUCTION MART Sale conducted EVERY WEDNESDAY at 2 p.m. Phone UB7837 H. Cummings, prop. FOR SALE WHEN SHE SAY« -rag' go to Weir and Oreen for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Oreen, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. SINGER ELECTRIC MACHINES, new stock, just arrived from our Factory in limited quantities, available for immediate delivery. Trade in your drop head Singer on a new Electric Port- able. Write or phone ÜW8863. - SINGER SEWING MACHINE COM- PANY (inc In USA). 308 Church St. Parramatta. AUTO TENT, full-size, only twelve months old. Smith, 35 Moore Street, Liverpool. BABY FROCKS. White organdie, for Summer, ViyeUa for Winter, neatly smocked and lace-trimmed 15 to 18in at Rosalind's Frock Salon, Liverpool. LADY'S BICYCLE for sale. C/o Mrs. McDonald, Special School, Glen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

VOTE(l) MCGIRR James McGirr Premier MODELS OF EFFICIENCY ! ¿rora tight deliveries to the toughest heavy dury JOD Chevrolet presents a truck or utility that will do the job more efficiently and more economically. Among the outstanding advancements is on improved 6-cylinder overhead volve engine greorly increased in power, yet with lower running cost than ever before. CHEVROLET TRUCKS & UTILITIES PROPUCTS OF GENERAL MOTORS Chevrolet Trucks and Utilities. Chevrolet * Pontiac Cars A. C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O.) Liverpool. UB7661 H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL. Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of Sydney; Buyer of Raes. Bottles. Bones, Rags. Kitchen Fats. Scrap Metal. AU at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Uv. S63 Please notice my truck numbers are SS473 and RE552 AINSWORTH STUDIOS for PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION S3 BATHURST STREET, LIVERPOOL. Phone Liv. ISO A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macquari...

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C.W.A. BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

C.W.A. BALL Pei' in LiverpcolTown Hall on Fri- day n's'it last rfc first Annual Ball ol tro 1 branch of fhe Country Women's ""nn wi« orly moderately well aitr/sic*. Tio^-"V3r disappointing the returns mav hav! b:en to the committee which worked zo hard in arranging the function, those arrangements provided a delightful evening for those who came. Guest cf the evening was Mrs. Thomp- son. <0epresinting the Central Executive of the C.W.A. With her husband, Mrs. Thompson was welcomed by the Presi- dent, Mrs. Geo. McDonald. Others at the official table were Mr. George Mc ronald. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. Mrs. Pirie, Mrs. Cullen, Mrs. Hollinshed, Mrs. Tebb and Mrs. R. Clyde. During the evening the Mayor of Liverpool (Aid. B. Fitzpatrick) who had been attending a local government conference in the council chamber, was welcomed by the president and address- ed the assemblage, congratulating the* branch on its activities and extolling the worthiness of the C.W.A. objectives. Mrs. Tho...

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