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

PAT CULLEN'S GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION Hume Highw^v. Liverpool Uepnirs ;it Reasonable Rates. A?X THE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE ÎF YOUR CAR BOILS Get Your Radiator Checked and Cleaned Phone Liv. 525 WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS AT r:HjitCH OR HOME by Everts. Social«. Diiices. etc. Attended. a POST CARDS-12'- per dozen Consult: Miss HOUGH, Florist, 187 Macquarie S reel, Liverpool For Appointments. Phovr Liv. 508 l)i".T.?opinj; anrl Printing-;î - all size* (anim- (' rjx>ration of Australia ALL HKF.KDS DOG SHOW ?ji Campbell-Cowies* Grounds Opposite St. John's Park CANLEY VALE SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 2-30.p.tn. )ecia! 'bus leaves Cante)- Va'< station at 2.15 p.m.. Bring- Your Dog GATE ENTRIES H. Campbcll-Cowie, Seçr'tary, Rawson Chambers. Syd^v MA4594 WHEATLETS HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only thc Rest Workmanship. Try us also for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS it Solid heather Attache Ciases. ?fr ^ 1;<| i.v/ntlvT < "il.-ni~.ton Maps ? it Sui cases. it School C...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.W.A. NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

C.W.A. NEWS Th s thirty guests who attended the Buííet Luncheon at the home of Mrs. E. G. Everett, Central Avenue, Chip- ping Norton, on Thursday last veted the functian an immense success After the luncheon en afternoon ol music and ccmpetStions was thoroughly enjoyed. Mesdames Hind and Cfark both conti ibut'ed sbngs and were heartily applauded. Three of the competition?, went to the Clyde family-two to Mrs. R. Clyde and the third to Mrs. Clyde Snr. Tlie proceeds, which will gD to swell the Association's funds, totalled £3/16/-. The next meeting of Liverpool Branch will bc held on Thursday. 10th October. On Friday next the members will nae a stall in Macquarie Street.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

it GAL 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 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 27, 28 -w-tf-«--s ffiuttttous as A STfiG£ J r . O^v*" i i «iib lenxneCOURIlAND* Mer ABEL S RobertBQiCHin . PorterHALL . Tom TULLY 1 I VitectaA ivfHCHARirWAUACE J ^"^.Suitable only for- Adult?. MONDAY ano? TUESDAY Sf-pí. M). Od. 1 . GENERAL EXHIBITION DENNIS O'KEEFE MARIE BOO. MCDONALD BARRY SULLIVAN . BINNIE BARNES J. CARROL KAI S H . SHEILA RYAN JEROME COWAN . VERA MARSHE freu m im Kir tr ritson coiwtK tm rn» HOPWOOI (DinWW (HO SMWIK El MUK (MM Hil MUN Ot «OU mim ET ALUN DWAN ? nam rm UNirtlrMnSK WED. and THURS. | October 2 and 3 ff V THE PROGRAMME OF THE FUTURE ALL TECHNICOLOR SONJA MICHAEL 11 KN IK 'O'SHEA in IT'S A PLEASURE' (G) _In Technicolor RANDOLPH SCOTT ÜVPSV ROSE LEE DINAH SHORE I'.OU P< URNS i in "BELLE OF THE YUKON" (G)...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALL TECHNICOLIR SHOW AT REGAL THEATRE A Programme of the Future [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

ALL TECHNICOLIR SHOW AT REGAL THEATRE A Programme of the Future Patrons al the Regal Theaire next Wednesday End Thursday will have the opportunity of seeing an all Techni- color show. Ii will provide an indication of what cinema programmes of tilt future will be like, based on producers statements thai it will only be a matter af time before entire film programtnef v.ill .be in Technicolor. Besides the two main Technicolor features "It's a Pleasure" (Sonja Henic I and Michael O'Shea) and "Belle of the j Yukon" (Randolph Scott, Gypsy Rost' ' Le «nd Dlnih Shore), there is tht absorbing Technicolor Academy Award winning subject "Eagle versas Dragon' which deals with tamed eagles hun tin,1, desert dragons. Nothing sa novel and intense has evd been seen in the cinema before. The Regal people claim to be thc pioneers of the all Technicolor program idea and point out that both the feature pictures are main attractions in them- selves and were screened independently as top liners at the Syd...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

SAFEGUARD YOUR EYES DO YOU SUFFER FROM EYESTRAIN, SORE LIDS, OR HEADACHES ? Conduit, C. T. LORENZ (Wertem Suburbs) Pty. Ltd. 285 CHURCH STREET :: PARRAMATTA and 31 AUBURN ROAD :: AUBURN sa

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

QUALITY". I Our Motto . ? THE I CHOICEST FRUITS t AND VEGETABLES ¥ Only $ L. BILLETT | Scott St, LIVERPOOL Í WHEELERS Phone Liverpool 65 ¿DGELLS BEANS 1/3 tin "TEED POTATOES 7LBS. for EDGELLS CauLf lower 1/3 tin EATING POTATOES 5LB. for ?D. .ST. IVKS" VR5VA.':'«; HOSPITAL 14 Riiiu-'y St.'cri, Liverpool rhone: Liv. 21!) i MATROX -I. C. DAVIES j A.T.X.A. A.N.I". (Slate Reg.) Gcucrui anc! Cbcsfric Cases DELICATESSEN HAMBURGER AND COFFEE MILLER'S SCOTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) X LIVERPOOL L'.V.'.y:". FRESH SMALL GOODS CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM & MILK BAR -EAVE ÍOUR DRY CLEANING Al THE LOCAL DEPOT JONES DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: MISS HOUGH, 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: Urs. GER ACUITY, opp. Railway Station LAWRENCE BERRY j SOLICITOR Commissioner for Äffte. N.S.W, and Victoria) t.ULWAY PAKA UK, CABRAMATTA un mo ?nd Twyiurrt House. 17" Castlereagh St Sydney. B4408. icsuming Practice alter Military Service ' ESTATE AGENT E. C. GRUCHY Estates Managed. Rents Collected. Mortgages and Fin...

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

AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright, B.V.Sc. (Sydney ¿¡üniversity) R. T. Hoskins, B.V.SC. (Sydney University) 99 Northumberland Roed AUBURN. ' UX779S Canterbury Braach: UAB557 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS NEWS PATRON'S DAY AT LIVERPOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

BOWLS NEWS PATRON'S DAY AT LIVERPOOL -? There was a gala air about the Liver- pool Howls Club on Sunday last, the day being Patron's Day. The Clubhouse WÍS bellalee, the attendance large, and tiic general arrangements, including a finn 4-p.:ce cjjheätitaj, additional re frcsamcnts accommodation and excel- lent catering, reflected great credit on thc newiy elected executive particularly (scretary Mr. G. Morrow and Social Secretary Mr. Arthur HUI. The Committee was fortunate in thc clear and sunny morning after the in- clemency ci the previous evening. The promise of a fine day brought the bowl- ers along early, so that by ll a.m. the six links were operating. The newly elected Club Patron. Mr. F. Hosford, was among the earliest to arrive and it became a very busy posi- tion to Frank from then on. Mr. L. J. Ashcroft, Club President, was also early in attendance, and one of his first duties in company with Mr. Hosford, was to welcome Mr. John Scott, Pat- ron of the N.S.W. Bowling Assoc...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Mcthodist Church [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

Mcil.c'Hs? Church SUKI ./»"' . ., 20111 LiiCiparl .i Sp'm, .', A}iiiivci'il ll a.m. I.". . T . Piaf:. 3 p.m : . L. r)-.'.'.i, j 7 p.m. F cv. C. M. iv I Ingleburn: j ll a.m. Presbyterial i,

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

COLES GENERAL MERCHANTS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WINES . 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL NOW YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ATTENTION, A GOOD ' HOSE IS ESSENTIAL ' K indi PLASTIC HOSE, per foot 1/ 1 inch 3 PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot lOd £ tock 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot 1/1Í * REFRIGERATORS SILENT KNIGHT. Gas, Kerosene or Electric Model». £55 ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE DISTRICT PHONE: LIV. 119. WEIR & GREEN Watchmakers and Jewellers 194 Macquarie St., Liverpool Invite you lo inspect their display of ROYAL STAFFORD CROCKERY i also POTTERY and CUT GLASS Diamond Engagement Rings and Wedding Rings, all designs. WER & GREEN Jewelle«« 'Phone: liv. 306 Try the LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSE ST., LIVERPotSC^ For Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. Te!. UV. 486: ,J« WOODLAND'S RIDING SCHOOL MULGOA RD. LIVERPOOL -<. Hxp'.n Tuition. Beginners a Specialty. CHILnREN»S CLASSES liver}' Saturday (OIN. OUR lil DENG CLUB -BY MENZIES. TAX CIT 2...

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CHURCH [?]CES Salvation Army [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

CHURCH .V :f¡CES Salvation A i-my Protestant ll.il!. Ii.-... Highway i SUNDAY- i ll a.m.: Holm ^ "ic mg. 2 p.m. Y.P. Ai ;i. 'Hoxton Pq i 2.30 p.m. Y.I ? lng 'Centre 7 p.m. Salva:'.'..; Speaker, Capia.; -, irvine (A Court Chaplain ; TUESDAY 8 p.m., Cottage :.: . u. Mrs. Holmes, FassilL'ld . ! ivjrpool. WEDNESDAY - 2.30 p.m. W ¡:.v...' j mc Lei Mectin?. 8 p.m.. Co.. : . ' i anim: ville.

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TOY PISTOL TERRIFIES WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

TOY PISTOL TERRIFIES WOMAN A fairly frequent Faipfield visite Frederick John Moore, appeared befo Mr. Debenham at Liverpool Police Cou on Monday to answer charges of usii threatening words and of using indecei landuage. The offences were alleged have occurred on Saturday last in Deli j mere Street, Fairfield. 1 When the charges were read ai Moore pleaded not guilty^ Sgt Goo police prosecutor, informed the bein that thc complainant, a lady, had i dicated her desire not to proceed wi' the action. He felt, however, that h worship should be informed of thc ci cunxstance^. Moo»? had gone to tl home of this lady on Saturday nigl and had threatened her. To lend weigl to his threats he had flourished to tl lady the toy revolver now produced f< the Court's iuspection. As the Cou could see the toy was an excellent re. lica of thc real thing and would be lik< lo deceive any but an experienced pt son such as a police officer. To a wama the threat of the toy in the night ti...

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THE COURTS Drunkenness [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

THE COURTS Drunkenness At Liverpool Police Court on Monday, before Mr. Debenham. S.M. the fol- lowing men, when charged with being drunk, failed to appear and forfeited their recognizanes: Edward Green, James Wright, Frederick Weeks. Con- rad Powell on the same charge was fined 10/-, as were Thomas Thicknesse, Arthur Dodds, Reginald Morris, Albert Hibberd and Patrick Evans. John Marsh and Leslie Gibb were fined 20/-. * * * Goods in Custody Giving evidence in tne case oí Fred- erick uenipsey, chargea with having goods in his custody suspected of having ueen stolen, Constable Cronsnaw of the Liverpool Police said that about 4 p.m. on Saturday last he saw defendant sell- ing cigare ne papers in ithe Fairfield: hotel lor 1/- a packet. When questioned, aeiendant claimed that he was selling them for another man from Bondi at mree farthings a packet commission. He had only sold 28 packets. Defendant 'also had a box of MQ razor blades in his possession. The rignt price of cigar- ette papers...

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

FOR EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SERVICE Fair 5e'd Strot, FAIRFIELD PHONE UB1264 Ci y Depo' : Murray's Trrnspoitt Depot, Th mu Sr., Sydney * PROMPT SERVICE For City and Suburban Deliveries See W. A. WATKINS ????????annBcsxaaHBBEPBBBHBr FOOD FOR THOUGHT... JCE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD. QLEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION. £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT ICE WORKS R A- Dunbier, Prop. Phone: Liverpool 146 IFRANK HOSFORD'S RAILWAY HOTEL (Right at the Station, LIVERPOOL Only years of REAL SERVICE and APPRECIATION OF THE CUSTOMER'S POINT OF VIEW have made it The Most Popular House in Town All the well-known brands of Wines and Spirits and The Best of Beer. Phone Liv. 3' Eetter than Mother utid to make ' EUCICUS MEAT PIES from . - AUNTY'S CAFE ( (J. A. Isaac. Proprietor) I CROSSROADS, LIVERPOOL I HOT ROAST DINNERS, GRILLS, HG HT LUNCHEONS, SANDWICHES Milk Bar. Confection ery. PHONE LIV. 452 H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL ,, Loca) Agent ¿or All Lead...

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

MnoopaBry of Liverpool APPEALS FOR CLOTHING FOR OVERSEAS RELIEF A» urgent appeal is made for Jean wearable clothing- for des- patch to European countries. Qothing- considered unfit for year in Australia has a very real ise in countries that have nu re- zurces whatever. Parcels of dashing may l>e left it the Town Hall. Liverpool. J. MARSH, [own Hall, Liverpool. Town 1th Sept., 1946. Clerk THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP loft Drinkb, icc Cream. Cun edtionery, Milk Bar. Milk Shakv and Drinks, only 4d. I. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Tut Lunches. S">n<iwichQs. Cakes and Pastry. j Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigar~t es. ' Stationery. Groceries. TELEPHONE, LIV. 276 WEDDING BREAKFASTS CATiEWFn Fr»» »" »»rm.Tr HALLS CONSULT pn.uNGF»»'s. r.hw, 52 S*«*on Ro-d. AUBURN 'hone TTX6413 For yonr next PF¥W*NE\T WAVE ron«iiM MISS RANDELL Ii» di«1«' "ni'dTsspr ?SO Terminu« Street, Liverpool Wachtneless» Buirenr and Vnn-Eleo.trir Serms. done with everv comfort to th«* )lffnt. Phon" Liver...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

BIRTHDAY PARTY To (.-«U'LriiU' HIP birthdays of Mr. Rt'iií and Iii:, son Norrie, a party was held ai. Uuiv home ju 47 George Street, Lucipml on saturday evening last. Ii xv;!* ¡i ;.¡)"rial occasion for Nome,, as il was iii.s lirsi birthday at home foi' live yew.-.. '¿\ ol' which had been spent a¡ ))ii.ionrr <<1 war. Norrie was very hap;jy. and Iiis IYRUIUT, as might be imapini'd, v.a.s particularly thrilled. An I'vriuiiH "I jollification and enter- tainment, oi which Mr. Frazer of Bondi, was the siar ivan, culminated in tho cutting ot i he cake by Norrie, while all stood and -sang the traditional songs 01 such wccviMons. Mr. Bill Marshall and his wiie were specially noticed having a wonderful lune and Bill was heard to < oinmeiit Uiat it made him wonder why he had spent so much time away. Altoa.ei.luT n is a night that will be piensan In illly remembered by all who had the ^ood fortune to be present.

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"NO GOLDEN AGE" Monopolists Responsible for Wars [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

"NO GOLDEN AGE" -<j> Monopolists Responsible for Wars In a fighting speech at a factory gate meeting of workers last week, Mr. Les. Mullin, Australian Communist Party (candidate, for Werriwa» made |hese points. STRIKES: The daily press tries tu tell tine people that tho Communists cause strikes. y3t everyone knows that these strikes are forced upon us by em- ployers, and that we would be hopeless wretches past all hope of salávtion ii we did not continually remain on the alert, prepared to resist and to fight the greed of the capitalist class. Strikes occurred long before there were Com- munists, but now they were better led and more successful because of Com- munist leadership. RAMSHACKLE SYSTEM: In our own ¿hort span of life we had, witnessed two world wars and great eoonomic crises. We are now faced with the prospect of a (new and even nf:rc i'3vast;t»a crisis and possibly an atomic war. Who Ks responsible for this? Wj.iaV Causes employment, hunger and povcrtyj in- ...

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

WOLLONDILLY FLY SPRAY NOW REVIVED. lt is a real pre-war Spray. Non-poisonous, yet dead Iv to those enemies, FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. 1/6 Par Pint Bottle, from A. T. MURRAY-CHEMIST LIVERPOOL

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

Watson* Werriwa E ^^BT E N ^^^^^^^^^M N 7%w is the Dai; of Youth FOR YOUTH AND VIGOR, VOTE 2, 3, 1 (2) LAZZARINI (3) MULLIN / WATS00N MAIR, REID, FERGUSSON for the Senate. .\nihuri*e<l hy |. Cussen. J {right .\ir.i<k'. Wnlloiigoii;;. |aaaaMHMHBHB*>>l**ll**Bllaaiaalllllllllaiaal^^

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

«IMY9SFrock Sa,on Tel. Liv. 624. 175 MACQUARIE ST , LIVERPOOL OUR RANGE OF NEW SEASON SUITS AND FROCKS are too numerous to specify. We cordially invite you j;o inspect, our styles which include the Famous Ferguson and Aderyn Brands. WHITE BIB AND BRACE SHORTS Weal for Sport and Beach . 15/9. 5 Coupons LAY-BYS ^ND^CASTPORBERSÍ ACCEP1 LD J^Y'S LIVERPOOL'S FASHION CENTRE J^Y'g FASHION WITH ECONOMY Í_

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