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

JA Y*SF*°* Salon Tel Liv. 524 175 MACQUARIE ST , LIVERPOOL COTTON CREWENECK JUMPERS from 7 ll. No cpi« WAIST LENGTH APRONS, 3/11 2 Coupons FLORAL DIRNDLES 43/7. 13 Coupons 2-tone FROCKS 48. 3. 13 Coupons LINEN COAT FROCKS, nictly embroidered. AH colours from 32 io 46 inch bust. 66/-. 13 Coupons CASH ORDERS AND LAY-BYS ACCEPTED J^Y'S LIVERPOOL'S FASHION CENTRE FASHION WITH ECONOMY JAYS ARE YOU A WORKINGMAN? po vol' MELIEVK THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT IS ON VOUK SI UK r Thev refuse to reduce your |t:ix . Tiley rel'tw.- tu let you Iniilil vour own home. Tlic*y refuse to increase production. "GET BEHIND THE WORKERS' CANDIDATE RAY WATSON KAY WATSON is a Trade Unionist and understands the problems o{ the Australian Worker. RAY WATSON stands fur Taxation Reduction. Home Own- ership. Secret Hallo!. "On the Spot" Representation RAY WATSON has visited eijdit mines and manv ndusKries of tWe Coast. RAV WATSON has studied your conditions and problems. Get behind the Candidate who will \< I...

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

POULTRY National Poul} ry Farmers'' Association Branches of this Association and poultry farmers generally are asked to eive serious consideration to the ques- tion of supportin? the National Poultr Farmers' /association which was form- ed in Sydney lase March. It should bt clearly understood that support of the Commonwealth bedy will entail the A.P.P.A. going out of existence and becoming- the New South Walse division of the N.P.F.A. Fees to the Federal organisation will be reckoned on the basis of 30/- per million dozen eggs produced in each State and N.S.W. accordingly will require to pay approxi- mately £75. probably retrospective to the date of the inaugural meeting. Tîiis matter came up for discussion at the ipeeial meeting of the Executive Coun1 cU, held on the 9th Septembetn but delegates present dssircd to consult their Branches further on the matter before expressing- an opinion. Th3 Gen- eral secretary would urge immediate consideration of these matters and tho securing o...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Warner [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

IFAREWELL SOCIAL JIL c,v.v.s hela at the Methodist gt . -J3u ii; Moose Strset, Liverpool Mt F; i: ¡i'' iK w farews11 tK'° of the mos: '/.--¡'-I> r: peeled workers of the Sfetj,, di--' Cr.uroa Mr. Warner, who BEs ¿HT. a Circle: Steward in the Fair Held on:"11 «which includes Liverpool). mr £vs: ;>«rs- anc* wno was an official U the L:Viri:ocl Stat: Hospital, has been |rai;,;r¡:vQ io Ldccmts Stat? Hospi rp:;)ir;:n:a:ires i.om all lections ol »te Fi>iyï'clà Circuit were present. Rev. Bcajti! f liming, tfho was unable to at- tend, was represented by a member of fcl,e j-a:i-fje!d Church. Mr. Le Roy ipoia --n behalf cf ir.? people from In- j gle-ni.'-;: . Kan.niel came as a rep "resentative from Smithfield, and Mr. McNab conveyed the best wishes of the members of the Cabramatta Church. All spoke highly of the services ren- dered toy. Mr. Warner as Circuit Stew- ard and also the wuk done by him in keeping the books of the church. Mrs. Warner was a staunch and hard-work 'inj.mr-mbe...

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

REGAL THEATRE LIVERPOOL ONLY PREPAID RESERVES SATURDAY EVENING. PERMANENT RESERVES HELD UNTIL 6 p.m. SATURDAY RING THEATRE IF YOU ARE NOT COMING. SESSIONS AT 6 P.M. AND 7.45 P.M. NO RESERVES KEPT AFTER 7.30 pjn. FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 20, 21 A Two Main Feature Show ¿*Verc nica lAí<£ R <\Y NO. . ? ' " A;S(i Fred Mac Murra)' Akin1 Tainaroif in .VARDON MY PAST" MONDAY and TUESDAY Sqrt.mljcr 23, 24 Ï.(«- ney:-.-., MC T SUITABLE FOR ».I4--.i* Vvi C iiHAL EXHIBITION ¡ion ;!.,-. r;v.-,.| ; ,. f.'A'-ITTA M. WOLFF ?rr-V-d L,' ÍCV.V.O'JR NEBENZA L\ .. ' -i 1,/ LEONIDE MOGUY :.vd i:"u United Artists \u, i-:.,- i-».--.;,. "DON'T ? t.i'SCE ME IN" ?1 : i \ 1 ¡iii1' i " ..-.?iii: -i Al i!-ir.!! WED. and THURS. September 25, 26 A Film of Great Importance. MIGHDRÄMA %UaníAdveniure! LAURENCE OLíVlEIi'S / Ht tí HJATION IN TECHNICOLOR //' VC/U./AM SHAKr.SPf.ARC ;ERT NEWTONf LESLIE BANKS :. I ASHERS0Ñ'ESMOND KNIGHT FELIX AYLMER4 LEO CENN tJ[ Also Tom Neal in "BLONDE ALIBI" (...

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

Canine Cqxirati'in of Australia ALL BREEDS DOG SHOW st Cam pl-ell-Co\vj es' Grounds Opposite S*. John's Park CANLEY VALE SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 2-30 o.m. Special 'hus leaves Cattley Va'e station at 2.15 p.m. Brintr Your Um; - GA TL ENTRIES H. Cainphell-Cowie, Secrt'iry. Rawson Chambers. Syd'cy. MA4594. FOR EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SERVICE * j See W. A. WATKINS FairfieM Street, FAIRFIELD PHONE ÜB 1264 Ct'y Depo*: Murray's Trpnsportl Depot, Thrims SK, Sydney PROMPT SERVICE . For City and Suburban Deliveries SOLE DISTRIBUTING AGENT BRIAN PLATE AUSTRALIAN SILVER SUPPLY 992 BOTANY ROAD, MASCOT MU 2767 Mr. S. \Y. BLACK, late Repre- sentative, of Interstate Wholesale Distributors wishes to announce thal h? has acquired the Sole Airenev in N.S.W. for Brian Plate." PRICES ARE REDUCED S'rts^wrf'on Ouaran+«M»'l SILVERWARE AND CUTLERY REPLATED Messrs. SHEARDOWN pud BI'S H ELL are collecting agents in this district . Leave your Cut'ery or Tarnished Silverware with them. Ask Your lewe'ler to S1K>W von th...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IF THE WORKER CANT BUY, THE FARMER CAN'T SELL Communist Candidate Declares Other Parties Ignore Basic Problem of Farmers [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

IF THE WORKER CANT BUY, THE FARMER CANT SELL Communist Candiaaïe Declares O'.her Parties Ignore Basic Problem of Farmers "OcUirvá e mavkci for his produce and getting a reasonable price for it is the basic problem tor the farmer," scated Mr. Li"-. Mullin, Communist csndidat? fer Werriwa, at a muetinj of vegetable and poultry farmer.-; in Cabramatta last week. "The other partier studiously refrain from dealing- with this problem because the caurs? that should be pursued would! prove highly unfavourable in the eyes of thc monopolists and their newspaper 'jditors or the daily press." continued the speaker. "Obviously the course tj take would be to put additional purchasing power in th_> hands ol' the working people. The basic wage should ls increased tc at least £6/10/- per week. All taxation on incomes below £300 should abol- ished, while there should also bs some i-3li::f on middle incomes. This " de- clared Mr. Mullin. "while enabling the workers and oth:r^ fc buy millions of pou...

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

AROUND THE TOWN Whoever wins the elections on the 28th we're all going to the dogs next day. Yes, the Canine Corp. of Aust. is holding another of their attractive Tog shows at Campbell-Cowie's grounds opposite St. John's Park, Canley Vale, Oil 29th. Don't miss it ! * * * Full responsibility for any references to thj Federal Elections appearing in ? nz joir.rial is accepted by R. Rowell, llñ Castlereagh Street, Liverpool, un- ir? otherwise authorised. : O * * j The Junior Branch of the Road Safety | Council has many members from Liver- pool School. The boys are enthusiastic, ovcjri conducting lunch-time quiz ses- sions cn Road Safety subjects. A boy gets up and does something wrong at a marked ¿hterise^tion and challenges his mates to pick the error. F*un for all, and it makes them study the Safety Booklets keenly. Each boy who is a member of a social or sports club has undertaken to enrol his fellow mem- bers. One club has already enrolled 15 boys. Arrangements are being made throug...

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

ÍALITY" Oui Motto THE MODEST FRVITS ÍD VEGETABLES Only zolL BILLETT ?,!. LIVERPOOL HEELERS p.10,u. Liverpool 65 äfscvrfß l/l * LIED NUTS GARDEN HOSE V- . '.'P.: VATE HOSPITAL 4 ¡; ,; . y Street, Liverpool '.'iione: Liv. 219 y.X rj:s H. C. DAVIES 1 v .. -i V.r. (State Reg.) (;(?:'?:»'"'J Obestric Cases tlCATESSEN HAMBURGER AND COFFEE INN MILLER'S ¡(Mil ST. (opp. Fire Station) LIVERPOOL ..AVS FRESH SMALL GOODS CONFECTIONERY fe CREAM & MILK BAR % IVE LR DRY CLEANING Al I THE LOCAL DEPOT 1 JONES I DRYCLEANERS I Liverpool: ^S HOUGH. 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station LAWRENCE BERRY I SOLICITOR Ímissioner for Affts. N.S.W. and Victoria) WAY PARADE, CABRAMATTA UB 1710 I Twyloid House. 17 Castlereagh St I Sydney. B 4408. Inning: Practice after Military Service ESTATE AGENT E. C. GRUCHY . ïïsinio Managed. Rents Collected. , Mort gap;es and Finance I Arranged j£cnt for Alliance Assurance Cov. Ltd. (inc. in Eng. ) U Ch^ In surance effected. :e Gruch}' First...

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AUSTRAL Successful Social [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

AUSTRAL Successful Social On Friday night last. Austral Hall '.vas ih2 scene of a very pleasant little function when Austral Branch of the Agricultural Bureau of N.S.W. enter- tained members and friends at a Select Social. The small hall, which has long" since proved inadequate for the grow "g- needs of tht Austral community, was packed to capacity. In welcoming thc guests. Mr. F. Nay- lor (pesident). commented on the use- fulness of the Bureau in the past and hoped that additional members would be enrolled from amer? those present. He then called upon Hon. H. P. la- zarini to make the presentation of a beautiful mantel clock to the branch's hecretary, Mr. L. Flood. ,In doing so. Mr. Lazzarini said that the gift was indicative of the high esteem in which Mr Flood was held hy the Austral community. Mr. ricod. who spnkc briefly in thank?, wr-; l?arMly clapped. A further presentaren was one rf a magnificent electric !" lamp to an- other hard worker to- ;.:e bureau Mrs. J. Smith. Making...

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

WILLIAMSON'S ! BREAD i PUBLIC NOTICE 'J he fini "Ki XC ! i KN KY V" will be sere neel un WHDXKSDAY and THURSDAY next. 25 and 26'h Sep'.ember, at the evening ?sessions only, 'liiere will NOT be any matinee screen'ny of tlvs lilm on Saturday afternoon as the dmand for The film in o he cemres makes it possible for us to screen the fihn ONLY IN TUM ¡ KW. XIXCS. KKSKKY \ ri' ¡xs M¡ ^T I Hi: I» K< )!< : N \D\ \\.X< H. iFk'KK Ll S i' i" )SITIVKI.Y ! CAXi.'KLU-.i) K '?>< i'.O'Hl I NH .MTS. ¡ j ''"h.- .Mv;-.m(-1 I I Re^-ji Th-.nv Municipal! y oc Liverpool APPEALS FOP CLOTHING FOR OVERSEAS RELIEF An urgent a I »1 :L' :- made tor idean wearable clothing for dis- patch t:> Kurojicau coinu'ries. Clothing vd unfit ¡ni" wear in \ti>*r:<i;- bi» .:? verv ri-al n-'- in rounirif- 'ha-, haw no re < -nrcc- « h:iu wr . !V-c :- ? " <? ?: . i". ! f ..' Th:- To-\ I !?:!;. : ;v ? i, . ' i. :M \ u<\\. Town Hail. L...

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

Sill 1 ' . ;.'.M:r;¡' '. i , , ¡ . .y lliat: .'lin .( ! ;i" ¡.ny i>Vi.\).-.sill in : t in/ :i >. : ! ?.. i ¡- Syd:;', y Cmiiieil ii. : :.' J ..:.)'.,? - il: 1 ';>:? '.V,im1y ii' ; bi ;... nu. 'JJ.;.' (. wu r.unenl i' ? i. : .' i ; ,i ..' >.. .:i (. . ,,',T Aîî.mi M." / : OD in . ;1. 11 ' i i i ;. i ;::;i;; ?.., ; ? loninl of .¡'¡«i i '? .,' ur ....:"i::ainntion ? ¡" ? . . i ??..m ir.r numicipal »i . i? ; ? !)? ¡ir. ';..p '. i '.-n : h. iii from ? * >.:r.:l ccdim ,1c; ill;' im ; :i MU i-i i \.:M; :S i:'civ io pre ';i' h ; .1 ? ..".?! ;iii :i; p.-,icy of thc ' i i'ii.mi \- i.< ,L1 i .i: ol', d by thc ¡'i'' ' Uv v. hu ¡ip;:-.Viif.s the provisional . ' ir>:i.«'im. cmdi:ions arc very un . .:-l!iry. Tho City Cameil is gov : ! i;y a .«mail clique of big business 111. Much Hie same rendition of affairs . .;. in n any :-.uiv.ibrui municipalities. : -h? nmals.unation schemes becomes « :. ir. th<'r» :iny guarantee that the ii. ..auneil or c.nmrils will n...

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

LAND AND^ PROPERTY *ARMS WANTED URGENTLY ;?? ut Liverpool District. Submit particulars immediotely. No sale iio commission basis. For quick results nug. write or call SVDNEY r-ARM SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney fhone iii ¡SU- After hours Tel. f" 05950. FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Est:te Specialists Call, Write, ur Kin»- Liv. 3/3. 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL ... f _ AUCTION HALE Tully's S le Yards o Of. fin ^d:ur¿-y, 21st September, 1946 at '2.30 p.m. Shovels Rvblr l e b in. cnn bf inflated. Tarpaulins Canopj' Covers Galvanised br':):' ' s Fem dishes, cíe. Cross-cut, sav..> Lari: quanti1. r<:pc-s suitable for vic-varc». o/ cb", disis and market gnnY'iers. liar.T. ..); îopts suits* '? for le." ropes, j Can. 'i «. ii: .s sr liable .lor curtains a'".. - -ive ?.? r, Sundries. . t¿. | E. i uLLY, M.A.A. K.i. uti '/i m oliLAii... LlVllltPOOL ni v. ¿47 AJCTION SALE Pyei.mm ry Announcement "üii«i.i uí.íi.111'i.un.s jiLin Mr. C. May, ox .i¿.. ,.!_.*<...

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

THE I "SHAMROCK" FLOWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station) *4r SPRAYS for all occasions from 1 /6. + ARTIFICIAL WREATHS from 10/6. * LOVELY SILVER FERNS 6d. per strm i' For All Classes oí -[. I FLORAL ART X X CLARICE HOUGH;*; ¿ 187 Macquarie St .A £ LIVERPOOL ? X Phone Liverpool 508 > WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23. WHEATLEYS HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Best Workmanshiii. Try u.s also for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS fa Solid Loather Attache Cases. fa Solid Leather ( rladston |',a«rs fa Suï.cases. fa School Cases. WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL _Lfverpool 416 j AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. ll. W-.igU B.Y.Sc. (Sydney Univcr.nt.. > R. T. Hoskins, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University j 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN UX779S Canterbury Branch: UA 2557 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICK ? M.P.S. X " CHEMIST ¿Macquarie St LIVERPOOL^ Phone liv. 223 .{.Cure that Cough. £ CARBONATED £ COUGH MIXTURE ¡(.for Bronchitis and Dry Cough» ^ $ 2/. p...

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AGAIN WEDDING BELLS Booshand- Chant [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 September 1946

AGAIN WEDDING BELLS Booshand - Chant A pretty little wedding was solemnised at Saint Ann's Church of England,   Hammondville, on Saturday last, the 14th September at 3.30 p.m., the happy couple being Gloria Daphne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur   Chant of Hammondville and Norman John Booshand, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Booshand of Adaminaby. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in her white brocaded satin with train and tuile veil. She carried a sheaf bouquet of white carnations, orchids and horseshoes.     Four bridesmaids attended the bride, all looking very attractive in blue net over taffeta, with bouquets of sweet peas, gladiolas, carnations and a sheaf of delhiniums. The bridesmaids were the Misses Fay, Shirley and Valerie Tyne and Jean Harper. Messrs. Ben Sewell, Ernie Paine and -- Best supported the groom.   The reception was held at the Brasnett Hall, about ninety guests being &n...

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GOSSIP CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

GOSSIP CORNER Mrs. Sunderland and daughter Jean returned from a nice holiday in Mel- bourne on Sunday. And a little bird tells us that Jean is wearing an engage- ment ring. oOo The new and extended Ladies' Lounge at the Collingwood Hotel is to be open- ed tomorrow iFriday). Mr. Jack Mars*, den, genial host of this popular hostelry,! has spared no expense to make nisi lounge attractive and from what wei saw of its preparation through the week' ladies fand their escorts) will find here just that degree of elegance, comfort,; reasonable seclusion and privacy that will make them "regulars" once they've^ tried it. oOo Liverpool Diggers are asking Field Marshal Lcrd ^Montgomery to lay the foundation stone of their John Edmond- son VC Memorial Club building when he visits this country next year. Mrs. N swell of Bigge Street, accom anied by daughter Joan and son Pat has returned from a most enjoyable holiday spent at her father-"? station property ¡at Brewarrina. oOo Throwing his whole hear...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

Sound Wholesome (¿ualiti/ Fruit LOOK ^ SWEET AND JUICY ORANGES 12 for 6d + MANDARINES (Choice) 12 for 6dl PLENTY OF + TASMANIAN EATING APPLES 12 for 1 - + BEST BANANAS 16 for 1/- POTATOES CRMNION'S BUY BETTER AND BE BETTER, BY GET TING YOUR FRUIT FROM MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL - 'PHONE, LIVERPOOL 218

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

FOR EVERY KIND OF SHEET METAL WORK A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL it TANKS it DRINKERS it TROUGHS it HOPPERS it FEEDERS it UTENSILS We can supply you from Stocks or Make To Your Own Design ALL SHEET METAL REPAIRS'. Telephone Liv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE The Family Need* Supplied by BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STORFKEFPER Lachten Street, L'verpool | {Opp. Housing Commission ' Homes; $. Shop Here for Economy and Courteous Service. ATTENTION j MOTORISTS ! Panel Beating and Repairs done cheaply. by E. A. TAYLOR 362 HUME HIGHWAY Í LIVERPOOL J. HOLNFSS. FUEL MERCHANT I 3 CHRISTIE STREEt, LIVERPOOL I GOOD DRY WOOD. BEST HOUSEHOLD COKE. | Prompt Delivery Any Time. LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL CARI? SAND, ASHES. SOTL. METAL. E«c. Phone Liverpool 34. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ <Í'\ Etlal"ne Por De'Wotis, Oven-fresh . . . PIES. CAKES and PASTRY rv»-i trnm L. A. DEBENHAM 777 Macquarie St., Liverpool YUILE'S THE CATERERS 109 RAWSON STREET, AUBURN For...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

, MRS. HALL for MODERN HAIR STYLING SALON 220 Macquarie St, Liverpool for the , "ONDULUX" I PERM ?MAKE YOU» APPOINTMENT ? EARLY. GIR Li S WOOU.FN Mïï.IS fí\\rp TTAfTTFD \T\CWCTV* ËvnPrVnre. 15 to Î8 years Also Bove. 15-!6 years. triply. Office. ChâTienee Mills. veriH>r.1. Tel. I.iv¡ 30. and Liverpool 538. COLLINGWOOD ? GARAGE I > 1 .IN THE FOREFRONT FOR«! ! ; 20 YEARS Í IOff leia] N.R.M.A r,^ra.^.< General Motor Engineering j Body Building ^ i Panel Beating, Ducoing, > I Oxy Welding J ; OFFICIAL TESTER | ! M. Barrett. Prop. i ifffONEr LIVERPOOL 317 î DAHLIAS and CHRYSANTHEMUMS LARGE STOCKS. GOOD VARIETIES. G. COOPER 2Ci MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL ALL GARDEN REQUISITES OLD SILVER MADE LIKE NEW hy AUSTRALIAN SILVER SUPPLY 992 Botany Road, Mascot Phone MU2767 Leave Your Tarnished Silverware or Cutlery with one of our Receiving Agents: Mr. di li SON, Cabramatta Mr. MARSHALL, Fairfield SHKARDOWN and BUSHELL, I JvLTpOol No Charge if you are not satisfied with the resal/ w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

THE SHAMROCK ROWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station) it BIRD and, FISH FOODS ^DEEFENDER SNAIL KILLER it SHIRLEY'S FERTILIZERS it A wide range of PALMS (MI£)S NORMA BRAY, Florist. S For AU Classes of *£ £ FLORAL ART % % CLARICE HOÜGHY * 187 Macquarie St.?. ¥ LIVERPOOL ? A Phon« liverpool 508 A WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23.

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COUNCIL CAPERS Farcical Vote on Light [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

COUNCIL CAPERS Farcical Vote on Light One of LïverpfctH Councils; best (or wcwst, depending on your point of view) performances was put up by eleven of the Peoples* Chosen on Tuesday ni¿hl last, Uie twelfth Great Mind being absent. lt all arose out of the recommenda- tion in the Electricity Committee's re- port that the matter of a street light in Newbridge Road at the Gordon Road intersection be considered for 1947. Aid. Potter promptly popped to his feet and proposed the adoption of the committee's recommendation. Aid. Smith as promptly, and much more vehemently, opposed Potter's proposition and moved an amendment that the light be pro- vided forthwith, as this spot was a real danger-point. Aid. Potter: But it'll have to be paid for out of the general fund. Aid. Childs supported Smith's claim that the light was urgently needed be- cause of the dangerous position at that spot. Aid. Potter: I am entirely against the amendment. We would have to pay for this light out of the general f...

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