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ALL FOR LEGACY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

ALL FOR LEGACY "All for Legacy" was the motto of Mr. Maníy Geddes, Liverpo^l'â mo£| ardent worker for Legacy and Charity, last Thursday evening. On this occasion Mr. Geddes opened the doors of his palatial home at Home- bush to friends and supporters öf Legacy. More than 75 guests assembled toa dinner, this being followed by a pro- gramme from fourteen overseas anfl renowned artists. Supper and liquid re fresliments being dispensed between items. Many well-known Liverpool men were present^ all stating that this evening surpassed all others. Another feature of the evening which was greatly appreciated by all was the display of pictures from Mr. Geddes famous collection. Mr. Geddes himself is well-known and appreciated in art- istic circles. Each giue^t subscribed pne giuihe^f íhe wiholel pipceeds going to Legacy. Manly Geddesj we raise our hats to you. I

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEPEAN RIVER COUNCIL OF PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

NEPEAN RIVER COUNCIL OF PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS At the last monthly meeting of the above Association held at Wallacia School Hall, a large representative gathering of Progress Associations dis- cussed many matters of vital interest to the people of the Nepean Shire. The President of the Shire, Councillor Skidmore md Councillor Dowies being! ]:rtsent, other Councillors forwarded sJ-.îir -apologies. The water problem was discussed, at jlength and it is hoped to have in the \eiy near future, information from every householder as to their presenit and] jr.. iiqui.iments. This information :¡J then be forwarded by the Nepean ."hi.i' to the Premier, requesting thq reticulation and improvement of water throughout the Shire. 2020, or otherwise known as Mulgoa Hoad, which extends from Cabramatta to Wallacia, should, in the opinion of the above association, be declared a main read. All councils surrounding and in urtslcd h,uv been asked to lend their support. i y une 1 ghi for Kemps Creek lias i...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

SHOP LOCALLY Because rr ISi EASIER CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosjjcr, tliat Prosperity is reflected in More Local Employment. Brighter Premises. Enhanced Prestige for Your Town. Let THE LEADER be Your Buying Guide, BUY LOCALLY FROM 'LEADER? ADVERTISERS. < _. _ USE THIS FORM FOR A CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT \ i t THE LEADER If unable to leave at Newsagency or Office, post to '"The Leader." 115 Castlereagh Street, Liverpool with Hd. stamps for paynicni. 'Phone: Liv. 34, HEAD OFFICE: 115 CASTLEREAGH LIVERPOOL ld. Per Word. Replies C/o. "Leader" Office, 3d, extra. Please Write Plainly IN INK. CLASSIFICATION

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

COLES GENERAL MERCHANTS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WINES . 199 and 204 MACQUARUE STREET, LIVERPOOL NOW YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ATTENTION, A GOOD HOSE IS ESSENTIAL 1 incth PLASTIC HOSE, per foot 1/ \ inch 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot 9*d. 2 inch 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot 1/1 * REFRIGERATORS SILENT KNIGHT. Gas, Kerosene or Electric Models. £55 ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE DISTRICT PHONE: LIV. 119. ELECTORS OF WERRIWA VOTE (1) H. P. LAZZARINI He has served you faithfully and well for many years now. Remained loyal to the late John Curtin during Aus- tralia's War effort. Now strongly sup- porting the Prime Minister. Mr. Ben. Chifley in his flp.ht to WIN the Peace. Don't ld your effort he "To() Little. Ton Late." Vote 1 : H P LAZZARINI Thc Sci» i led and Indorsed LABOUR Candidate. Vote, Se nate Three : Ashley, Arnold, Large. VOTE YES the Three Referendum, Questions. Authorised S. H. Banks, Div. The Hon. H. P. LAZZARINI, M P Minister for Works and Housing Campa ign Director. P...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

FOOD FOR THOUGHT... |CE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD. £LEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION, £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT ICE WORKS R A Dunbier, Prop. Phone: Liverpool 146 FRANK HOSFORD'S RAILWAY HOTEL (Right aft th» Station, LIVERPOOL Only years of REAL SERVICE and APPRECIATION OF THE CUSTOMER'S POINT OF VIEW have made it The Moat Popular House in Town AH the well-known brands of Wines and Spirits and The Best of Bea*. Phone Liv. 3* SIGHT IS YOUR MOST PRECIOUS GIFT On the slightest suspicion of Eye Trouble CONSULT H SHAW, M Ph , MIO, F I O 193 Macquarie Street :: Liverpool NEXT SUNDAY-AND EVERY SUNDAY ENJOY A HOT ROAST DINNER AT THE CROSSROADS CAFE (J. A. Isaac, Proprietor) Grills, Light Luncheons, Sandwiches, Milk Bar and Confectionery Phone Liverpool 452. H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bottes, Rags, Kitchen FaJts, Scrap Meta». Ai} at Highest Market Price...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE CORN IS GREEN" Ano[?]ther as Good as "How Green is My Valley" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

"THE CORN IS GREEN" Ano'(her as Good as "How Green is My Valley" A gallant woman's struggle againsti forces of appalling ignorance and seem- ingly hopeless poverty, is the dramatic theme of the fine film "The Com is1 Green " screening this coming Friday and Saturday .at the Regal Theatre. Starring the celebrated actress Bette Davis in the role created by Ethel Barry- more on the New York stage, "The Corn is Green" is a moving tribute to the dignity of man, and to his ability tc, rise from the mire of oppression and barrenness in which he is sometimes forced to dwell. Hconomc conditions m the mining provinces of Wales at the turn of the last century form the background for the film, which tells the story of a, COUTI geous school mistress and of her crusad? td bring education and learn- ing to the grime-covered men of the mine shafts. As she struggles to over-i come the superstitutions and fears that have been installed in these people for generations, Bette Davis discovers thq1 spark...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

I BELLLY ST., LIVERPOOL I/horte Liv 322 or Liv. 346 WANTED ¡.'OMEN will experience at Worsted menders. " ífíRLS, 15 18 years, wflih Qr without experience. 30\S. Vacancies for a limit* ed number, í iuii<] WiiL'.t.N fur Juniors to ooniiiii'iior. Adult rate at 19 yem> of a^c if commencing at ! l:< y\ ;u\s of age for females. ' AI'i'l.Y: National Employment ! ( »ff:i- . or direct lo Mill Office. WILLIAMSON'S PRIZE-WINNING BREAD

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LIBERAL CANDIDATE ATTACKS LABOR ADVERTISEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

LIBERAL CANDIDATE ATTACKS LABOR ADVERTISEMENT Spidk¡r.¿ in Liverpool last Saturday morning, Mr. Ray Watson, Liberal Candidate for Werriwa, attacked a cur-1 rent Labour advertisement claiming 'the Government had saved Australia from invasion." "What impertinence is this?" asked Mr. Watson, "that any group of politic- ians should claim that they saved Aus- tralia from invasion. Such a sugges- tion is an insult to every man who wore1 uniform. Eut it is more than that. It ?shaws a callous indifference to the tremendous effort of the women of Aus- tralia who in the Red Cross, in the Fatriotic Committee and in the home, fought an unwearied and unrelenting bailie. As an ex-Sailor I pay humble li i bute to the mothers, wives and sweet- hearts of this young country who back 3d us with everything they had. To ihe women on the homefront should go il ii ¿ J inow'.'i-.f jeinent of victory-not to a Cabinet of old men overawed in their dotage with their powers of self coii¿iatulation." Last Saturd...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

ACCIDENTS * When a lorry driven by S. Bakaric * of Epsom Road. Moorebank and another ' heavily loaded with wool driven by N°r* ij 'man R. Coleman of Wyalong were travelling north along Macquarie Street s at noon on Tuesday the leading lorry ¿ (Bakaric's) turned suddenly into Moore Street. Swerving to avoid it, Coleman'^ J truck over-balanced with the weight ot | the bales of wool and fell on top of j Bakaric's truck. Bales of wool weBLfl scattered all over the intersection aaa.l ^ affi . was 'tcmporariltj' tíjJporgaWlsed. A Later UH- overturned truck waa righted^ I and Un uuol íeloaded. Only slight dara "age was doTur-tc Um vdilcloi -aft¿iBjr one was hurt. J

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

POULTRY NOTES 'îfporl of a Meeting of the Executive Council cf the A.P.F.A., held on the 1 :Cih Au ;ust, 1946, at Duking; House, ¡ xa\v;on Place, Sydney. Thirty-eight persons were present, in luding Messrs. P. Gaudry (Chairman), R. Harrison (Deputy President), W. H. bogers (vice-President), and B. H. spy: (Treasurer). The Chairman extended a welcome tot Messrs. A. Hart and G. E. Orth from ;.e Marsden Park branch, G. L. C. "î'-o;k:;hurst from the Berrima District branch, and E. C.Truscott, of the Hun- ter Valley District Council, all of whom .vîre present at a meeting for the first time. Following thc submission ol inward aud outward correspondence, which in- cluded a letter to the Hon. E. H. Graham embodying a substitute scheme to Egg Boards of Australia Ltd. The meeting then concentrated upon nominations for producer representatives ¡ for the forthcoming Egg Marketing Board elections. The general secretary submitted reso- lutions from branches as hereunder re- lating to the electio...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

LADIES' SANDALS, CLOGS, BASKET SHOES, Toe Prefers and Backless Shoes, in all colours. Also ..MEN'S SANDALS in all colours and stvles ai BLAKE'S FOOTWEAR STORE 191« MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL- Phone Liv. 18» Watch Our Windows for Spring Duplay Drank James Patrick Gilligan, 60; James Treloar, 60; John Nolan. 60; Arthur Chapman. 75: John Edwards. 56; Wil- lem ,Jr::es. CO: S'epl;en Jess. 52; Neil I'.cha'1. £5- G(.-.y.f:'j Blaxland. 28; ano Pa'.nek Lynch. i>3, va: sien conspic- ua lj. their absence when called to ar ".'V charges of drunkenness. They i : . :< ¡ft'ited ivht:t reipgnizancee ol' ir - CyrU R?uber.s, who did appear, v. < iTi:...-nished and discharged. MANY MICKLES MAKE A MÜCKLE ... our will aid the Diggers in building their Club The JOHN EDMONDSON, V.C. MEMORIAL CLUB NOW IS TH H ACCEPTED TIME. Send your contribrtion lo J\. Caterson. Hon. Secretary, i i ! 40 Scott Sim*., Liverpool. ' Thib Space Generorsly Donated j by D.W.M. BAKERY and XANCV CAKE SHOP- j ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

EVERY WEEK FROM NOW UNTIL »MAS OUR NEW SUMMER FROCKS WILL BE ARRIVING IN ALL SIZES AND LATEST STYLES AND SPECIAL PRICES I WILLIAM O'CONNOR I 238 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL I

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CORRESPONDENCE [?] the Editor[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

CORRESPONDENCE i î ÍI ti p !>.litor| Sir. I would ilia- VJ UÍC- your column': t> jil ct. iiquiü.a tin.- poetice oí the staJ at ;i. ;...c;j. ci f \:¡>v.uy Station of J.'.ti-VJ ;; i;, tl._ lifcket \vindo\v:| un: ii j is', OL-.-.ru a Main is clue out. It goes on all the week but the in tûnvt:i..iici to tl-:- iv&veiling public is feivatly » xi<^;"_i'LiLLi cn Friday mornings when large numbers come in from tnc -UU\ing L.Í:':L, tu lake advantage of ihe week-end c.- ncessten fares. Any i-'!';dfy n:*J.:i:i4 VJU. Sir. or anyone in- terested, can cbsavc ions lines of people 'oueded up wai.i..¡¿ patiently until such time a-, their -o-called servants deign ia open th; window and sel! them tick- ets. This has gone- on lur nicnlhs and is a public scandal. Discussing it with friends, we have wondered il the Leader could have an improvement made by iii g i:i;'j:,-.¡!.y to the way the public -c.-.p.-ci..lly v.jini.n with babes in arms -are tí int: Ur... cf I ha vt.- frequ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Saturday. 31st August, t-'u.,!;. Herbert Trophy won by D. Cicily. 79 20: 59. Best gross score. R. Pymble 7ü. H. Stewart Trophy won by Reg. Mains- bridge in a play-ofi with Areli Packer. Sunday morning's event was a 2 stick stroke round, in which Jim Love- joy and Wally Hutton tied, with .i 08 nett. Sunday afternoon: Mixed Canauiau Foursoms.-W. Hutton ¡ind Mrs. Cal- vert 61, N. Pritchard and Miss Cox Ul R. Lawless and Mrs. Russell (58. M. Pat- chell and Mrs. Williams G9. ASSOCIATES Jiu: choice nine holes comp-jiiU'-'ii played on Wednesday last wm won by Mrs. Mumberson with a 23 nett. Mis. Muir.berson also reducod her Handicap by 2 strokes. Results: Mrs. Mumber- son 23, Mrs. Roberts 27. Mrs. Gregory Mrs. J. Russell. Mrs. Williams and Mr?. MacFarlane 28. Saturday. 31st: Foui'lh loi-nd Lovojoy Trophy.-Miss Ccx won on a conni-oack iiom Mrs. Russsll ani>-Mrs. C.-l\ert with a nett 67. Results: Miss CÍ.N 67. Mrs. Russell 67, Mrs, Calvert 07, Mrs. Chapple 71, Mrs. Watt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

JAUH" ! J Our Motto 4" *. THE $ J HOICEST FRUITS ? u JVD VEGETABLES ? n 0nly I \ BILLETT |j c ott St, LIVERPOOL £ HEELERS Poone Liverpool 65 ENAMEL Ï1UGS 1/6 tef )GELL'S ul flower /3 tin ENAMEL WASH PPS _4/3_ EDGELL'S BEA 1/3 tin iiit u M he TVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL yi Railway Street, Liverpool Phone: Liv. 219 MATRON H. C. DAVIES TN.A. A.NF. (State Keg.) General and Obeslric Cases Ü^ICATESSEN I HAMBURGER $ AND COFJ MILLER'S AND COFFEE INN$ X X ea|cOTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) X LIVERPOOL £ P'AYS FRESH- X SMALL GOODS X . CONFECTIONERY X Ï CREAM & MILK BAR X tiVE ¡IR DRY CLEANING Al THE LOCAL DEPOT JONES DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: js HOUGH, 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: JGERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station tm kWRENCE BERRY ^ SOLICITOR jmissioner for Alf ts. N.S.W, and Victoria) WAV PARADE, CABRAMATTA VB 1710 Twyford House, 17 Castlereagh St Sydney. B 4408. lui»? Practice after Military Service AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) i ll. T. Hoskins, B.V.Sc...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED URGENTLY tn Liverpool District. Submit particulars immediotely. No sale do commission basis. For quick results ring, write or call SYDNEY FARM .SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney Phone Bl 188- After hours, Tel. FU505Q. I FARMS I WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists Call, Write, or Ring Liv. 373. 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL AUCTION SALES Hoxton Park Liverpool AUCTION SALE Household Furniture andi Effects On account of Mr. Robert Crigg on the premises HOXTON PARK ROAD, HOXTON PARK (next Post Office Store) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 1946 2.30 p.m. Consisting of 3-poe Walnut Veneer Bedroom Suite with bedstead and wire mattress to match. 3-pee Oak Bedroom Suite. 2 Gingie Oak Bedsteads and wire mat S-pce Lounge Suite 3-pee Cane Lounge Suite 1 Carpet Square 1 Lino. Square 1 Oak Sideboard 1 Oak Diningroom Table 4 Oak Dining Chairs 1 Electric Wireless Set 1 Oak Kitchen Cabinet Kitchen Table and Chaire Ice Chest (porcelain lined) Clothes Horse Pram...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

RETURN THANKS BASSFORD — Mrs. Catherine J. Bass- ford and son Robert desire to thank all kind friends and neighbours, par-   ticularly Rev. Walker, Mr. Geo. Downs, Mr. Jack Isaac and Mr. Fred Mills for their kind assistance and expressions of sympathy in their re- cent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as our sincere personal thanks.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

AROUND THE TOWN --$ Tell your shopkeeper, "I sew it in the Leader." He will be glad to Know. * * * A major operation was performed on. Toa Bruin at Blake's Shoe Repair Shop through the week. A number of his mates ganged up on him and despite a valiant resistance on Don's part, forcibly removed the sclif that they swore he hadn't removed for twelve months. Reports that they disturbed a nest of sparrows underneath are base- less. Don now takes the back streets ta and fi<:m the dtatlomr-says he feels naked without the faithful old scarf. * # * Liverpool sub-branch of the R.S.L. meets tcmoirow (Friday) n.fht at 8 sharp. * * * On Tuesday the two Micks and their, mate Vince went Ashing, taking twa patato sacks and four banana cases tot bring home the catch. Vince took a mal- let as well with which to dong any out- sit : finny they hooked. They all sot home very late and with a terrific load - but net cf fish. * * * At St. Luke's Juvenile Ball on the 24th of this month there wil...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]USTRALIA WILL PRO[?]PER IF "LABOR" CONTINUES TO GOVERN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

MJSTRAUA WILL PROTPER IF "LABOR" CONTINUES TO GOVERN ¡ To further illustrate how Labor is pre i'. g fer the peace and has already Í avoided many of the ills that are now I confronting mest countries of the world :¿..y. it is considered advisable that j ?!ec-iO!-3 cf Werriwa should also be ac I quair.ted of other important items that. .lave bean legislated for and which could I '.io* be included in last week's issue oí I .his pspsr. The additional list set out ' below should indicate to the people that i . a'cDr can cavern in peace in the same i '.b'.e rcanr.tr as it did during the bitter -.var period. !. lie Commonwealth Bank Act. This Ac- gives the Government com- plete power in respect of the fian- ce; of the country and will enable the Government lo provide the nect ;:iiy finance in any emergency. Can be vsid lo crèvent another da ;,v"7-i-n. 'Lal should the Liberal Farly gain clïice. its leader, R. G. Mcnri'js. has prom.sed to destroy this Bank Act. So the people are warned that,...

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SILVER ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

SILVER ANNIVERSARY A knur numhiv of guests, including j ! rclaiiv -. and <friends, gathered at 1 -iii:' lv\:::- o: ..i¡ s ÜH'Í Mrs. Charla fur. on in G : !? S IK;. Liverpool, un Saturo.1 y la;'. Ule occasion being their Silver Weddi'..; anniversary. -Jim (L"-.v> it ii lather oi Mrs. Bur- ton, presented me happy couple with gifts bioi.ght alon;? !;y the guests. Mr. Bi nJU lL-sj.'. jii iiU suitably. After the customary tea ts had been drunk Mr. ' Res <Toot-T.;.>i i Geeves rendered a tenor silo "Ramona." He was followed by Mr. F. B. Eaiincott with his master- piece, "Waiting for Ships." The hit ol the ceiling was tile ap- pearance of ih.i Delly sisters, an act very cr.pably p..rfurmcd by thlose fwd charming tor dancers. Elsie and Edna. As a ¿rand j.r.afc to the evening's en- tertainment î-'r. Charles Burton gave a denvmsiraU^n as a one-armed fiddler. As Auld Lim'-1: Syn*1 was being sung Mr. Jack (WM i;!eri Reid arrived. He was con vin ci'l : >. ii \: . wv...

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