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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

I QUEEN f CANDIDAT! BlfiSS NOLA NICHOLLS M wifi Üóld a DANCE in |ftiv<trpool Town Hull, on iffifDAY, 17* SEPTEMBER l»*rnceed.-< in aid of injured iqoH ()iclK.-s!ra. I.uckv Door 3 Tickets" 2/. ?'MIS space- donated hy Mrs. "IgCamijbell, Moore Streeft. DWG BREAKFAST'S ¡TEBED FOR IS PVKL1C HALLS CONSULT XTNGER'S. Caterers S'a' on Road. AUBURN tiexl P "NE NT WAVE donsult MFSS "RANDELL ladies' Hairdresser Terminus Street, Liverpool indess, Butene and Non-Electric s. «frito vitit every comfort to tkr t. Phone Liverpool Î12 pU WANTED! \ Chance io Learn A l3rüfitáb!e"!Trade. 1 lfiHT "WORK Dinon WAGES rovcem*L -COSSIHTIONS 2 WEEKS' TATDTMOT-in/VYS ANNÜAIAY ' APPbY. J LIVERPOOL CliOTHING CO i "erminos Street. ^Liverpool Manwfaeturprs «f ROCKS, COATS and -COSTUMES »HONE: UVWBO0L 239^ I-TT-^ Ci) ll RE THAT WVUL GROOMED PPKA RANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S . LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. 1 »j-;pa,iic St. ( «ext Maùjibridge») la» ju ¿tock all thc popular Tobaccos 116 Cigarettes, a...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

Methodist Church SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 16th Liverpool: ll a.ui. Rev. C. Moore. 7 p.m. Rev. C. Moore. Ingleburn: WILLIAM A. STEEL SOLICITOR 231 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL and MUIOOF Building 185 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY 'Phone: M 3308 Published by R. Rowell, Liverpool,   and printed by The Denley Print,   51 Good Street, Granville. A. T. MURRAY     M.P.S.     CHEMIST     Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL Phone Liv. 223     Cure that Cough.     CARBONATED     COUGH MIXTURE     for Bronchitis and Dry Coughs     2/. per bottle     j "3 ROOM I SCHEME"! X |^ BEDROOM (complete) f * LOUNGE SUITE I* KITCHEN SETTING $ from ! £99/18/6 CASH, TERMS. OR J LAY-BY Í GEO. PURDUE X X £ 97 ARGYLE STREET. (Opp. Parramatta Station) f Also 150 CHURCH STREET,! ¥ * I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

for This NEW ORDER MAKE THEM FIGHT Vote (Tj .Hf UJX AullionM.'<l Uv AI<1. I-'. Winjjravr. Ivlnixtv U<l.. ( ahraiiriltn.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURTS STEALING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

THE COURTS STEALING ' At Liverpool Policf Court on Monday last before Mr. Harvey S.M., Raymond francis Green was charged with steal- ing a purse and money of a total value 0i £6 from Muriel Budd at Fairfield on Saturday. 14th. Eet. Sgt. Paine gave evidence that ]\U>. Budd, when in a milk-bar at Fair- field, placed her purse on the counter and turned round to speak to a friend. WI: rn she looked for her purse it was Later thc same day. when de (jr.dant was questioned at his home, he admitted the theft. Two pounds of the m nicy had been recovered. Green, in extenuation, told the mag- istrate that he had given way to a sud- den impulse. He was convicted and fined £2. THE NAUGHTY NINETEEN Being the Monday Court, the usual goodly number of drunks were listed at Liverpool. This time there wore ninr : en of them. Neil McGinnis. Reginald Blair. Thomas Piddcr.s. Reuben Fuller. Charles J. Thorne, Thomas Galvin, Huns Stcnquist Vivian Rudd, Arthur Kemistcr, Ada Turner. Richard Henry Fc?r.?y....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

Girls wm mied SENIORS AND JUNIORS With or Without Experience FOR LADIES' AND GENTS CLOTHING GOOD WAGES EXCELLENT CONDITIONS \pply hy li ii; ; -talina ajrc .'inri experienced to E. TULLY RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL i, i .i [MM.., St Luke»« Thlra Anavd JUVENILE FANCY DRESS Jinn LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL <* TUESDAY, 24*h SEPTEMBER ? Datum? 730 to 12. Skipper. Good Prizes.. TICKETS, 2/ Children, under 14, 1/ FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE The Family Ne->¿<& Supplied by BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, liverpool ! (Opp. Housing Commission Homes) Shop Here for Economy and Courteous Service. FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES from W. O'CONNELL (We A.I.F.) 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL Qter Motto: QUALITY IV here- Quality and Safety Couna - We do the Work . G. JL L JOHNSON LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER (Est- 1920) PHONE: LIV. 347 527 CABRAMATTA RD. CABRAMATTA ll Manchester St, Dulwich Hill DELICATESSEN FRESH-CUT "SANDWICHES ïELtCIOUS SMAL...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

FOR EVERY KIND OF SHEET METAL WORK A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL fa TANKS fa DRINKERS fa TROUGHS fa HOPPERS fa FEEDERS fa UTENSILS We can supply you from Slocks or Make To Your Own Design ALL SHEET METAL REPAIRS. Telephone Uv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. WHEATLEYS HIGH-CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Best Workmanship. Leather and Grindery SAVE YOUR SOLES, send your Shoes, lo WHEATLEY'S 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ATTENTION MOTORISTS ! Panel Beating and Repairs ' done cheaply. by E. A. TAYLOR j 362 HUME HIGHWAY j LIVERPOOL J. HOLNFSS. FUEL MERCHANT I 3 CHRISTIE STREET, LIVERPOOL I GOOD DRY WOOD. BEST HOUSEHOLD COKE. I Prompt Delivery Any Time. I LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL CARRYING SAND, ASHES, SOIL, METAL. E'c. Phone Liverpool 34. For Hire Long or short tem». G5 Ettalong Hoad Pendle Hill Phone: W :i324 ^nr De'i-inus, Oven-fresh . . . PTES. CAKrs and PASTRY Deal from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liverpool YUILE'S THE CATERERS 109 RAWSON STREET. AUB...

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Maddern- Sutherland [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

Maddern - Sutherland A very prety wedding, celebrated on Saturday last, at St. Luke's Church oí England, Liverpool, at 4 p.m. was that of Peggy Rose sutherland, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sutherland of Walder Road, Hammondville, and Charles Maddern, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maddern of Moorebank. The bride, who looked channing in ivory satin with veil and carried a bou- quet of orchids, carnations, sweet peas and stocks, entered the church on the arm of her father who gave her away. The bride's sister Jean, was very sweet in pink taffeta and net, carrying a bou- quet of sweet peas, carnations and del hiniums. Mr. Noel Maddern, the groom's brother, acted as best man. The reception was held in the Mas- onic Hall, Liverpool. Mr. S. Catlin was toastmaster, himself proposing the toast of the bride and bridegroom. Mr. W. Steel proposed the toast of the bride's I parents, Mr. Nichols that of the bride- groom's oarents. Following the toasts and a very at- tractive breakf...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

MRS. HALL for MODERN HAIR STYLING SALON 220 Macquarie St, Liverpool for tihe ONDULUr PERM MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. GIRLS CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS HAVE LTMTTFD VACANCIES for Cirls. with or without Textile Experience, aped 15 to 18 years Also Hoys. 15-16 years. Apply, Office, Challenge Mills, Liverpool. Tel. Liv. 30. and Liverpool 538. CHIPPING NORTON A FETE will bs held on the Church Grounds, Ch life Road (near Gordon Rd), Moarehank SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 1946, 2.30 p.m. Prizes given for . . . BEST SPONGE SANDWICH BEST PLATE OF SCONES (6) BEST PLATE OF TOFFEE Phone: Liv. G2. E. Childs. Hon. Sec. TH E "SHAMROCK" FLOWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station) + SPRAYS for all occasions from 1/6. fa ARTIFICIAL WREATHS from 10/6. fa Lovely COLORED FERNS, Silver, Red, P'nk, Blue, etc. 6d per stem. * MISS BRAY FLORIST fcOLLINGWOODl GARAGE A A l I 4 IN THE FOREFRONT FOR.' $ 20 YEARS I ^Official N. R . M . A. Garage. J \f. General Motor Engineering { 4' Body Building $ % . *t ,...

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IN TURMOIL Warwick Farm Progress Association [We publish the following article purely as news and without comment.—Editor] [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

IN TURMOIL Warwick Farm Progress ' Association IWe publish the following article ¡;u::ly as news and without com- ment-Editor] Commmists and members of certain religious tedies combined in throwing the Warwick Farm Prepress Association ir>to a state cf chao.« and turmoil at an :; i vo;:e:l.v cen vined m.'i'iina at War- wick Farm cn Mc-idiy r.ight. The :cr. ar. in: Vi iv v. ~c w.i ti:tioral move was to pa--s a vot? of nj confidence in the hen. scerelavy (Mr. Wilde). The mction was earned though not by any mitins una minors. Thc reasons given fev the no confie'enre nintion v. rsv. (!) Cn IK'IJU::! cf ::n a-ticie m a weak- ly Sydney newspaper which he had written. (2) Because they considered that Mr. Wilde was endeavouring to got on the right side of the Liverpool Coun- cil by means of crawling. However Mr. Wilde wishes to publicly state that a letter bearing his signature has been forwarded to the Town Clerk informing him that fc-l>jwing a per- sonal interview with Aid. Potter h...

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LOVERPOOL GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

? IIVI RPOOL GOLF ASSOCIATES Th2 eighteen holes stroke competition on Wednesday was won by Mrs. Cha> ple. with a 70 nett. The next best scores were Mrs. Macfarlane, 73 nett, and Miss B. Battye 73 nett. On Saturday the four ball best bali v. bogey competition for trophy donated: by Mrs. Topen was won by Mrs. D. Russell and Mrs. H. Andrews, who re- turned a very gc;od score of 10 up. The runners-up were Mrs. Gooley and Mrs. Calvert with a 4 up.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

The Youth Caima'^n Committee is working ener.^etica'ly -n arranefmrnti for their sc.-i.^ï "r. .i t ions, including a Regal Theatre t..meir.y Night Cancer' a Ball in the Town Hail and a Concert in Camden. A number of units in thc adjacent camrs liave intimated their readiness to hold f initions of their own in aid of th« Campaign.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

ATTENTION, MOTORISTS! YOUR CAR OR TRUCK NEEDS A NEW COAT See us for a workmanlike job COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. Hubie Highway, LIVERPOOL (opp. Collingwood Hotel) FOR DUCO OR DULUX

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

COLES GENERAL MERCHANTS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WINES . 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL NOW YOUR GARDEN NEFDS ATTENTION, A GOOD HOSE IS ESSENTIAL I mah PLASTIC HOSE, per foot 1/ \ inch 3 PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot lOd Î indi 3 PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot 1/1-2 * REFRIGERATORS SILENT KNIGHT. Gas, Kerosene or Electric Models. £55 ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE DISTRICT _PHONE; LIV. 119. ^^^?????¡^???¡^??????????????liMHHaHMBMMBBnHBMMnHMniBBMMin WEIR & GREEN Watchmakers und Jewellers 194 Macquarie St., Liverpool Invite you to inspect their display of ROYAL STAFFORD CROCKERY also POTTERY and CUT GLASS Diamond Enyatieincnt Kings and Weddin"- Kinps. all designs. WEIR & GREEN Jewellers Phone: Liv. 306 Try the TOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSE ST.. LIVERPdoF^ For Your Wedding or Birthday ¡ Parties. j Tel Liv. 466. j cTcööW For All Garden Requisites fa ASPIDISTRAS, soec'ujlly reduced f© clear CUT FT O WER S SFTTDT.TNGS SHRTTRS PT TT V SF F...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

FOOD FOR THOUGHT... |CE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD. (JLEAN, 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 HQTEL (Right at the Station, LIVERPOOL OnJv years of REAL SERVICE and APPRECIATION OF THE CUSTOMER'S POINT Op VIEW have made if The Most Popular House in Town All the well-known brands of Wines and Spirits and The Best of Beer. Phone Liv. 3' NEXT SUNDAY-AND EVERY SUNDAY ENJOY A HOT ROAST DINNER AT THE CROSSROADS CAFE (J. A. Isaac. Proprietor) Grins, Li ¡du Luncheons. Sandwiches, Milk liar and Confectionery Phone Liverpool -(52. H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Apcnt for Al! Leading l'oitle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of iWs, Potth s. Hor.es. Hairs. Kitchen Pals. Scrap Meta'. Al] at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit Por Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS Liv. 56» QUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE LABOR Social Services Provided by Labor [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE LABOR Social Services Providled by Labor ! One of the electioneering "baits" being put forward by the Liberal Party is an advocacy for the: abolition of the "means test." It is, however, necessary for the people to give full consideration to the mplications associated with this state- ment. In the first place the Liberal-Country Party, despite repeated promises made at election time?, with one exception never implemented the many promises of social reform which they made. Permissable Income It ha.c always been the objective of thc Labor Party to abolish the .'means test," and as a first step in this direc- tion the Government ha? increased the permissible income in respect of: Old Age Pensions. Invalid Pensions, Blind Pensions, Wido-vs' Pensions!, Service Pensions, from 12,6 to 20/- a week and raised the limit on property from £400 to £650. j Pensions. When Labor was in opposition it com- pelled th» then Government to grant an increase of .!/- a week to pensioner...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP ¡oft Drinks. Ice Cream. Cun ectiortery. Milk Bar. Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Mt Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes., ;iati')nerv . Groceries. TELEPHONE. LTV. 276 j WEDDING BREAKFASTS CATERED FOB IN PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT PILLINGERS, Caterers 52 Station Road, AUBURN Phpne UX6413 jFnr your next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies* Hairdresser 50 Terminus Street, Liverpool Macliineless» Eugene and Non-Electric Perms, done with every comfort to the client. Phone Liverpool 212 GIRLS WANTED! A Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. LIGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES CONGENIAL CONDITIONS 2 WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS ANNUALLY APPLY: LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO Terminus Street. Liverpool Manufacturer ol FROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES I PHONE: LIVERPOOL 239 j ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridges) Has in stock all the popular T...

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FARMER'S PART IN THE VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

FARMER'S PART IN THE VICTORY '?/Vi '-.Hi,i's ¡rstory ol' victory is not written m the <-.f!icial record, it is not leccrrii'.: in ihj s fury of the three sér- icos, ii is vertainJy not recorded in the edicts <.'-' G averil ment, although there is group ' f old men-the Chifley Cabinet -who claim to have saved Australia from in vasili. Much of this history was written in the farmer's furrows and in the care-strained face of the farm- er's wife," said Mr. Ray Watson, Lib- eral candidate for Werriwa, yesterday. "Tl: is Ls not a Government for the primary producers. It stifles incentive, prefers prophecies-, to production ancll preaches socialism before service. "The Liberal Party intends to set up a Ministry of Develoment. It will be full duty of a Minister to attend to the country's resources. We shall adopt the . nionerrins- srjirit. "Unlike the present Government who thinks only in terms of marketing, we will think in terms of production AND marketing. "The appl...

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WEDDING BELLS Keyes-Hubbard [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

WEDDING BELLS KeyesHubbard Tile marriage of Merle Veronica Keyes I youngest daughter of Mrs. J. Delaney. Mt. Pritchard, to Clive Baden Edvard Hubbard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hubbard. Moorebank, was solemn- ised at historic St. Luke's Church, Liverpool, on Saturday, 14th. Rev. I Moyer officiating. There was a large gathering of relatives, friends an<J clients cf these two popular business people. The bride made a very attractive pic- ture coming down the aisle, wearing a beautiful magnolia brocaded satin gown. I surmounted by a frangipanni headdress. ! and carrying a bouquet bf rock orchids. I She was attended by Miss Joan Keyes, wearing white lace and tulle, with blue Î cc assortes with hyacinth bouqoet. As Matron of Honour, the bride's elder lister, Mrs. F. Burckhardt of Broken Hill, wore ivory bnocaded tlittn. blue acc?ssories wit hhyacinth bouquet. The bridegroom ivas supported by Mr. | Jack Hubbard as best man, Mr. Robert Lazonby as groomsman. The bride was giv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS CLUB NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

BOWLS CLUB NEWS There were three visiting teams from Earlwood on Sunday. Though they were beaten in tum they all agreed they had had a fine day and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Fresh from one of his fishing excur- sions, Harry Fabris turned on the works as skipper, his team returning a win- ning card 41 to 12. They say that Fab has been really practising bowls down round the South Coast and neglecting his fishing. Ern Webb's team returned a score card showing 42 to 6. This must ge just about a club record. Noel Bruta played his first match and gave a. good account of hims?| Les Ashcroft's team was also a wif ncr. their card being 20 to 21. J FixtuDes for non wrck-ond: Thrs teams to Guildford on Saturday. S* visiting teams came to Liverpool 4. Sunday. Patron's Day. Selected playd are required to be present at ll a.nj ( -.- j The many friends of Mrs. Perry \Vil liamson, who was taken to hospital la* week very ill. will be glad to learn ths this good lady is now .somewhat in" proved ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REGAL THEATRE GETS' "HENRY V" FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

REGAL THEATRE GETS' "HENRY V" FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY Due to tin; exceptional demand for the Technicolor fi',m "Henry V" in other States, and the inability of local labor- atories to reproduce additional copies of technicolor films, the public are ad- vised that "King Henry V" will be screened on one right cnly. Wednesday, 25th September. There will be no Wed- nesday afternoon matinee screening of this production. On Thursday. September 26th. the Regal will screen an entire change of programme for one night only. Main feature will be 'The Curse of the Cat People." a horror picture, and therefore unsuitable lor children, and Ellen Drew. Pat O'Brien and Adolphe Menjou in "Man Alive."

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