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A. P. F. A. Liverpool District Council [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

A. P. F. A. Liverpool District Council The monthly meeting ci the above council was held at the School of Arts, Liverpool on 11th August. Delegates from Campbelltown. St. John's Park, Hillview, Austral and Moorebank at- tended. Mi". Eird, declaring the meet- ing open, exprtssed pleasure that the :uea was so well represented. Corrcsj>cndcnce included a letter from Mr. Whiting, General Manager of New South Wales Egg Board, asking that I producers notify him direct rc dirty egg cases 'and incomplete doses returned from Board, as it was difficult to follow [ uj> general complaints. The Chief Electrical Engineer, Rail I ways Department, advising that the de I partaient was doing its best to keep the dluration of cut-outs to 10-minute Í periods. Central Executive reporte and cor- respondence rc Egg Prices. From W. J. Noble, Under Secretary napartment of Agriculture, re stock meal and mashes, in reply to District Council representations. He stated that the Stock Feed Act provides for...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

MISS CLARKE f 'Late Evprshed'si Y MACQUARIE ST., LIVERI'OOI? QUALITY BLOCK CAKE J AND SPONGE ¿ ICE CREAM and CONFECTIONERÏ % I W. L SAYLE (Ex, A.HF.) CHEMIST HARGREAVES PARK At Main Gates MEDICINES BABY FOODS COSMETICS Bi-Weekly Developing and and Printing Service. Limited Supplies of Films, Phone Liv. 250. CARROLLS HARGREAVES PARK CHOICE SMALLWOODS Fresh Daly FRESH CUT SANDWICHES HOT PIES FRESH RABBITS Right Opposite School WHY GO TO TOWN ? O'NEILLS HARGREAVES PARK STORE Ít Your Door egctahles " Full Postal Facilities CTKÑAPTON i GROEENGROCER CONFECTIONER BLOCK 8, HARGREAVES PARK (near School) Fresh Fruit and] Vegetables Daily. \ PETERS ICE CREAM Soft Drinks, Confectionery, "None hut the best quality reaches oujr shelves." JUST INSIDE THE GATES HARGREAVES PARK TURNBULL & GREAD FAMILY BUTCHERS "QUALITY" OUE MOTTO Why Travel Farther and Fare Worse ? IS YOUR RADIO SICK ? consult THE RADIO HOSPITAL HARGREAVES PARK (Hight at the Gates) Jugs, Irons, Toasters, Radiator* Radios, et...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

Proved leader of the heavy-duty field, Maple Leai is not resting on its laurels but is on its way back with giant engine greatly increased in power and many other BIG improvements that will flo tough jobs better and at lower coht. MAPLE-LEAF ^ HEAVY DUTY A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT A, C. MCGRATH Hume Highway (next P.O.) Liverpool. ÜB7661 Chevrolet Trucks & Utilities. Chevro let and Pontiac Cars. LET CULLEN 'S QUOTE For your next Job of DUCOING & DULUXING Craftsmanship with Economy ALL MOTOR REPAIRS. GENERAL ENGINEERING PAT CULLEN HUME HIGHWAY AND PIRIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7815 LADIES! CONSULT MRS. HALL at «the judith Eve Salon 220 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL for the latest in ALL PERMANENT WAVING AND TINTING 'Phone: UB 7857 f WELL, HERE'S THE BEST. ... at I HERB. PATTINSON'S I HOTEL LIVERPOOL] I ? GOOD LIQUOR WELL SERVED * j I COMFORTABLE LOUNGES. Experienced Drink Waiters. ;!; All the Besl Brands nf Wines. Spirits, and Beer. SUIT CASES, BRIEF CASES, OVER-NIGHT BAGS, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABRA-VALE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

CABRA VALE COUNCIL Last week's meeting of Cabra-Vale Council was one of the quietest, short- est and most poorly attended by the public for some time. Only time any feeling was exhibited during the evening was when the local pub and publican received the sharp ¿dge of several aldermanic tongues. It came about when council was discussing a letter from the Minister for Building Materials, stating that the case for a new hotel would "have to be very good before ermiision would be granted,' and t.aat permission for alterations and reno- vations would be confined to those cases where the work could not reasonably be deferred.' i [ "Workers come from the train after work and have to drink in pig-sty con dilions," exclaimed the Mayor (Aid. A. Adams,' "And there is not accommodation for a soul at the hotel," Aid. Melville com- plained. Aid. Preston agreed that the local drinkers suffered 'pig-sty' conditions. In Liverpool, there were six or seven hotels for a mere 7000 people. When the camp...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Interruptions to Electricity [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

interruptions to Electricity _A_ The A.P.F.A. has received a further letter from the Chief Electrical Engineer cf the Department of Railways which will be of interest to its members in the Liverpool area. This is as follows: "Further to my memo of the 15th July, I have tc advise you that the discussions between the various local authorities concerned have taken place and it has been found that, on account of the de- sign of their electrical systems, it is en- tirely impracticable for them to dis- criminate in disconnection, thereby al- lowing the supply to poultry farmers and I ether essential consumers to be kept on. I However, a scheme has been devised and was placed in operation on the 25th july, so that when a shortage of power develops, supply to those authorities I v.iih poultry farmers in their districts will not normally be interrupted for more than ten minutes at a time. At the present juncture it would only be under very exceptional conditions that such a period would have...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

A RADIO from £7 from 3/6 a week STROMBERG CARLSON SALES AND SERVICE E. DAVIES Cook Square CABRAMATTA Same-Day Repairs UBI617 and UB7868

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEIGHTS CANLEY CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

HEIGHTS CANLEY CALLING Hy "Olympus" Saw George Campbell the other day thinner than ever. Now that the land resumpti r is on. we should see more houses here soon which means more people and of course, progress, which is, after all, what the majority of us want. Mrs. K. Speer md daughter arrived home last Sunday. Is vx> proud? Not to mention Grandma and Grandaddy. Did you hear Gordon and Roma had bought a car? Don't forget . . . Postal facilities available in Canley Heights from 1st September, 1947. Must record the courteous service ren- dered the community by our local hin car service. By the way. the waterways of ".taly j have nothing on Cambridge Road now the M.W.S. and D.B. started to nil Murphy's Creek. Perhaps it would be a good time to repair the 'bubbler.' Let's have some light on it boys-before next winter. Notice Jimmy Russell's entered hi: Red Hornet for the events at Bathurst on 8-Hour Day. Joe's back, and soon we'll hear his melodious voice as he "milks her in the morn...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

BAILEYS 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD, CANLEY HEIGHTS 'PHONE: UB1S64 WIRE GATES WROUGHT IRON GATES WROUGHT IRON PANELS PURE BRISTLE PAINT BRUSHES 2 inch, 3 inch andi 4 inch PAINT THINNING OIL WOOD PRESERVING OIL ? SPECIAL! 12 ». x 10 ». BAKING DISHES * \/Q *.* > kuL THE BEST .... KEPT AT f. Sep. Toohey'« Cabramatta Hotel Our Motto: "Civility and Service Always" tOR THAT OVERSEAS PARCEL 1 We can supply I TINNED DRIPPING, CHEESE, PASTRY MIXTURE I Good] Stocks of |^ TOILET SOAP + CLOTHES PEGS SALT + MARGARINE f Also "B" Lamp Glasses, Cups andi Saucers Cordials and Soft Drinks. E. F. COOPER 27 HILL STREET CABRAMATTA PHONE UB 1693 i WE DELIVER ANYWHERE in the District. When Baby's Bowels become sluggish and fail to function "DELTA" OL INFANT'S GLYCERINE SUPPOSITORIES GIVE INSTANT RELIEF m^m Be sure to keep a jar always on hand. _ Obtainable at 2/ per jar, from D. F. DONOHUE, M PS, Dispensing Chemist 27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA. UB1689 For Your Convenience.-The Little Shop Round the Corner W. H. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

ENGAGEMENT THE ENGAGEMENT is announced of Peggy eldest daughter of the late Stephen Phillip Woolman of Pt. Pirie S.A. and Mrs. Winterbottom of Pres- tons, to Donald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Raine of Hillview.

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RUGBY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" The replayed Ö Grade v Blacktown p.rand final at Toongabbie provided a i drilling climax to the season's play and j Resulted in a well-iarncd vieler?- jjjr, Liverpool by 5-2. Melrose scored the ' v.'ii;ning try only three minutes before | f ;li time. Turner kicked the goal. D i.:! ado thus become premiers for 1947. U Grad: had an easy victory over 'vr.hril at'. Vineyards. The act ion of 1 :*..ll ia travelling to Vineyards to .~f..'¡ble Liverpool - to play ns a club rc . :cií tjie sporting spirit in which the rn;:: lit ion has been conducted. Liver .-.L1 < distantly attack! d and lcd 15-0 t 'he interval. Thc tecend half .saw ..'^eliuT add 5 points to Liverpool's 25. rtnal seor?: Liverpool 40. Rosehill 5. J;? Il.-orjjooi,: PaiVv 3 trice ..],' 1 gcal: Beck 1 try and 1 goal; "i?r:..n. R. ind D. Willingham, tries; u:ny G ;:oals. For Rosehill: Hunter Î y and 1 goal. I Vi- i. y a rei s were nc match for A Grade, i ! ' (;ii'jl)jin .scoring in the fir.st...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

GOSSIP I Liverpool dog men have acquired 3í j - cres near Woodward Park on which to ay oui a track. "Bluey" is. so pleased 1 . . . he's like ene oí his own hounds with a double caudal appendage. * . * The Regal Ttaatre's Saturday after- noon entert-ainrmnt for kiddies is a way bove anything offering anywhere. Just .ike a glance through these kiddies' matinee films for September. September tih: Abbott and Costello in Who Done It and Chas. Starrett in The Last Horse- man; Saturday, 13th: Tarzan and the Leopard Woman and Jon Hall in the Technicolor action film, Tire Michigan Kid; Saturday. 20th: Joe E. Brown in Earthworm Tractors and Randolph Scott in Badman's Territory; Saturday. 27th: Randolph Scott hi Abilene Town and Oas. Laughton in Captain Kidd. A r;ally wond£rful line-up of top-class films that cost your kiddies 6d. each, * * $ Depopulating the town of young Utthodists for the d^y, Liverpool Metho- dist Girls' Comradeship and Order of fights journeyed t: Fairfield Park last satu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

IN MEMORIAM ANDERSON — In loving memory of my darling mother and grandmother, who passed away 21st August, 1946. A more beautiful memory, dear, than gold. Whose worth can never be told. A loving smile, a happy face, A broken link we can never replace. Inserted by her loving daughter Joyce and grandchildren. ANDERSON — Treasured memories of my darling mother and grandmother, who left us August 21st, 1946. I know how much you suffered, I did not see you die. I only know you passed away. And never said good-bye. Inserted by her loving daughter Lorna, son-in-law Archie and grand- children.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

Regai THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 JNek-nlgbt sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.IS p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. MO ure to notify if not coming by per -nmt reserve holders cancels reserves. Continuance of Thursday Matinees will depend upon public response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY r 22n<S and 23rd August t ^Tyrone Power, Amie Baxter , G«ie Tierney in "THE RAZOR'S EDGE" (A) Also Charlie Gian in "DARK ALIBI" (G) Saturday Matinee Specials: Tyrone Power in "CRASH DIVE" (G) (In Technicolor) Laurel and Hardy in "jriTERBUGS' (G) MONDAY end TUESDAY 25th. and 26th August "RENEGADES" (G) A great action western in Technicolour. Also Roy Rogers in 1 THE MAN FROM OKLAHOMA" (G) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 27th and 28th August James Cagney. Annabella, Walter Abel in '13 RUE : MADELINE" (G) Also Anita Louise in "PERSONALITY KID" (G) Coming: Ida Lupino and Paul Hernial in "DEVOTION'* and "A CANTERBURY TALE" with Eric Portman NOW, for * PAINTS Direct Agent for B-A.L.M. ? and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEGION'S ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

LEGION'S ANNUAL MEETING -o Thc* third annual general meet- ing of the Liverpool sub-branch. Australian Legion of Hx-Scrvice men and Women was held in the Protestant Hali on Thursday, 14th August The president welcomed three new members t() the sui) branch namely. Mc\ssrs- fi. K. Leishman. M. Carpenter and J. H. lioaz.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
L.G.C. ASSOCIATES Championship [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

L.G.C. ASSOCIATES Championship Once again the final of the Champion ihii: wa;; played between Mis. Crowe r>'.l-l 'Mrs. Hunt last Wednesday, August 13th. Lia year the event was won by Mrs. Ci owe, with Mrs. Hunt as runner-up, bu1, ibis ye ir the position was reversed end Mrs. Hunt is the 1947 Champion. Tn; match was over 36 Jioles and in tho morning round both commenced nervously and their olf was patchy, but Mis. Hum finished the round 4 up. After lunch. M's. Crowe,played sound golf and won the first 4 holes, making thc g3!iu all square. However. Mrs. Hunt later took thc lead, retained it. and won the match 4 and 3. Mrs. Hunt-oui* lowest marker-has Iricd hard to improc her golf, and we hope that, winning this event will fur- ther encourage her and thal she will retaui her form throughout the season. In the Consolation eight, also played over 3C holes. Miss Gwen Sweikert de fx-ated Mrs. Williams, making it thc tecond successive year for her to win this event. This match was a very...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M.U.T.O.O.F. Loyal Liverpool Lodge, No. 488 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

M.U.T.OO.F. Loyal Liverpool Lodge, No. 488 At <? ur last mt din;;, "we had thu pleas- ure of initiating a new m:mtaer. Bro. Owen Hancock of Mount Pritchard. We hop< Bio. Hancock will be along regu '.: ry lo '.AIV meetings, football permitting. Wh'.'.*". w.'if.- our Hammondville mem i-rs la*t Thursday night? Has Ero. Hindmarsh solved the puzzle . f Ero. Nicholas yet? Ccnr.ratuiat'.nnf: to our social secretary. K. Thorne, for the excellent mun :? in which .'.lr.' i.s carrying out thc alies of such an ardous offiic. A hearty welcome will Le (xtended to .¡1 Liverpool and visiting members who f ¡re to attend our fortnightly meetings.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The regular monthly meeting of thc Liverpool Chamber of Commerce was held on Wednesday, 13th August in the School of Arts. The President, Mr. A. T. Murray, occupied thc chair and had the pleasure of welcoming a number of new members. The meeting was indeed the largest since the resumption of the Chamber's activities since the war end- ed. I I Secretary George Morrow reported a most excellent response lo his current drive for new members and re-enrollment of old members who have been slow in rejoining this very active body. Mr. Duckworth reported being un- successful in his endeavour to get the Premier, Mr. McGirr, to decide upon a suitable date on which he could attend a Businessmen's Luncheon in Liverpool. The mreting then decided that the Chamber would write to Mr. McGirr. repeating the invitation. Among other matters decided were a request to the Road Transport Depart- ment to repave thc- eastern footpath of Macquarie Street; a request to Council to endeavour ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) -? Daar Sir, Kindly find enclosed letter as sent to 'Poultry Fanners' Journal.' answering their never-ending complaints against the poultry farmers, who are doing their best to tum out Al quality eggs for ex- port. This letter carries the endorse- ment of the Liverpool District Council of the A.P.F.A. "Whilst we are impressed with the importance of providing the unwashed egg for export, we are anxious that other points should not be overlooked: "Admitting the necessity for propa- ganda to bring forward the best egg, we find no mention of improvement in the later handling of the product. It is felt that thgi whole responsibility for im- provement does not lie with the farmer. "Other peints we feel the necessity of | bringing forward are as follows: Carriers 1 ihculd be impressed with the need foi ] tarpaulins, both with the full and empty j cases. They should not have to wait in j oueues at the Board's depot, sometimes Sn hot sun. The cases into which g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

YOUR OWN HOME Parramatta - Granville, Cabramatta. Fairfield and Liverpool Group and Co- operative Building Societies have al- ready advanced £1,250,000> tb fiomo builders and home buyers. The terminating Co-operative Build- ing Societies, which is new in the past ten years, have advanced over £40 mil- lion, i,s| now recofettised'as the best method of home finance in Australia. The Societies, which are truly co- operative, provide loans of 100 per cent of the total value up to £1250, 90 per cent up to £ 1540 and 80 per cent up to £2240 of the house and land. Interest is only 4 per cent. Home plans and specifications are provided for home- builders from £2/12/6. Legal fees are two-thirds of the scale cost and repay- ments are much less than rent and are spread over 22 2/3 years. Being a Co- operative Society no one makes a profit out of the Societies' operations and the Group, which is the largest in Australia, has exceptionally low overhead costs. The Societies are supervised by t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL SCHOOL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 August 1947

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL SPORTS Despite the dir« date (13th Au- gust, last Wednesday), the Annual Sporte Day of Liverpool's Super Primary and Primary School boys was a great success. No less than six records were smashed dturitç the day's very full programme, and a number of very promising young athletes proved that the district, always noted for the number of good pedestrians it produced, ts not deter- iorating. An outstanding achievement was that of young Les Reid, who easily broke the previous high-jump record of 4ft 10ins. by clearing the bar at 5ft OJin. Other records were R. BuHoch's 880 yards Intermediate Championship; D. Fon- tana's J00 yards Junior Championship; R. Jenner's Junior High Jump; Cole's 220 yards Junior Championship, and G. Neve's 220 Intermediate Championship. A novelty this year was a half-mile walk. Mr. Hingston, of Blacktown, one- time Australasian title holder for walks from 20 to 50 miles, has been voluntar- ily devoting himself to the training of a large number o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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