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FINAL APPEAL BY H. P. LAZZARINI TO ELECTORS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

FINAL APPEAL BY H. P, LAZZAJRINI TO ELECTORS ' Through the courtesy of the Editor af the Leader I address some brief fina] wjrds to the electors of Werriwa. I have teen your Parliamentary rep- räsentative in the Federal Parliament, "or tk.e p.st tl years, and dining äie Ia:t fi e years it has been my pleasure 3n:i i Tivilege* to serve Australia as a C.hinei Minister in the Curtin Labor Gcvamment and later the Chifley Labor Government. The record of both Gov- ernments dining the years of war and later curing the transference- from a war eroncmy to a peace economy has teen such as to prove that so long as fhe people of Australia ere prepared to return the labor Government, the nat-tn's future is assured. Wc will preserve the same economic !;."lance in tne early peace years as we -iid during- the tragic years of war, and while preserving that balance we have already blueprinted plans which when put into operation, as materials and an power make it possible, will serve the rapidly devel...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSE-WARMING Mr and Mrs. R. A. Dunbier [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

HOUSE-WARMING Mr and) Mrs. R. A. Dunbier Folk in passing vehicles along the I Hume Highway about 8.30 p.m. on Saturday last probably wondered at the reason for the long procession of cars and trucks whitfh departed from the Christie Street corner about that time and headed swiitly south. Proceeding past the Crossroads and thicugh Den- ham Court the procession turned off the Highway at Ingleburn and entered deep into Mr. Black's property there. There they were formed into a large semi- circle and disgorged their compliments of passengers who immediately got efficiently to work unloading the other freight, both dry and wet. Within minutes a huge bonfire of brambles and old tyres was roaring up to the skies. Tables and forms appear- ed out of tue surrounding blackness and were placed in position within thc brjght-as-day glow of the huge fire. As if by magic the tables became load- ed with a wide variety of appetising foodstuffs and from one particular table just on the edge of the fire...

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

' HIERE AND THERE A party of the Liverpool officials of the Anti-TB and Youth Campaign jour- neyed to Camden on Tuesday night to the concert held in the theatre there to raise funds for the appeal. It is re- ported that the show, with Bob Dyer present and at his best, was excellent and a goodly sum is expected as a re- sult of tiie large attendance. » * * Already no less than eight applications for Spirit Merchant's Licenses have been made by Liverpool district people de- siring to cash in on the revised liquor laws under the new Bill to be brough!) down next month. * * * Another nine of our late-co-belligerent Southern Europeans "escaped" from POW Camps around Liverpool during the week.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURNED SOLDIERS CONFER WITH COUNCIL AND LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

RETURNED SOLDIERS CONFER WITH COUNCIL AND LEGION E A ccnf trence vas held in the 1 Tn.in Ila'ï on Thurs Jay ni«ht Ixst H of representatives of liverpool gub I bi">veb TÍ the Belarned Soldera' 1 Ifague and tlu* Liverpool Branch m of the Le;¡on ol J.'\-Servicf men and I Women. I The Mayor «Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick) writh Aldermen KíUinger and Potter and She Town Clerk (Mr. Marsh) were the. PCouncil representatives, the Mayor oc Icupying th? chair. ¡i Mr. R. Roivpll «President) and Mr. D. Caterson (Secretary) represent |«d the Raurned Soldiers and Messrs. ^Stanton, Wheeler. Nichols. Day. Mum îïnery. McGrath ani Wych attended to fput tile case for the Legion. In rcs^onre lo 'he Mayor's invitation, M.i\ Stanton opened the discussion. He |»tated that some months ago the Legion wi Ex-Scrvicemen had wrttsn tn fimm. ¡eil askinj lor a public meeting' to be [?called far the purpose of appointing a scommtitej to raise funds for the erec- tion of a Memorial Hall, such Hall to bs for thc use oí ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY The Feed Position. Oat's for the Poultry Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

POULTRY The Feed Position. Oat's for the Poultry Industry. Following a deputation to the Hon. E. H. Graham, Münster for Agriculture, regarding the urgency of additional feed a ad the EECurihg of 'cats from both South Australia and the Riverina, the fellowing" letter to ths Department of Railways and the reply will indicate the position: Tue Chief Traffic Manager, Dear Sir, It is desired to solicit your support in the matter of securing feed for poul- try. You, of course, are ay-eady aware rhat wheat for poultry is rationed and that mill offal, so much in demand for all forms of stock under the presen' rought conditiens, is now less accessible to the poultry farmer. It is therefore, unnecessary for me to stress the fact that poultry feed1 is scarce, but, on the other hand, I desire to impress upon you that unless addi- tional feed is made available quickly, many birds, particularly in tho metro- politan areas, will be lest and «fuite a number of poultry farmers will have to go out of...

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

AROUND THE TOWN _^ There's a lartj *? tricycle at Liverpool Police Station av.aiting a claimant. If you've got a goad description of you'll probably get the grid. * * * Dr. Ireland was very busy attending a large number of casualties, iixear casualties and pretended casualties at, thc Bowling Club on Patron's Day. * * * í A working-bee of Digger Cobbers and j other friends have spent the past two week-ends adding a kitchen to the Glen- field Road home of Mrs. R. Bassford whose ex-POW. husband was accidently killed a few few weeks ago. That's the true Digger style Jack and Stan and Freddie and others! Keep it up. I * * * Cliff Williamson's fifth fourth prize came his way at the Bread Show at Granville last Wednesday. As there was only li points between first and fourth, it was a pretty creditable performance for Clift. * il: * Perhaps thc pavement palpitates when yiou pass on your policemanly peregrina- tions Ted. But Little by Little the town is coming to miss you more and more. Com...

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

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED URGENTLY m Liverjx>ol District. Submit particulars miniediotely. No sale au commission basis. For quick results ring, write or call SYDNEY jFARM SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney Krone Bl 188- After hours, Tel. FU5950. _ y--BButmML lunnmvmr FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY I Kcal Lstcte Spec-iJ &'-., | (Jail, Wrilt. üi King Li\ . .'), .! ^ 2ól ÍYLXQUAA.2 ¿ UVEkfOCL I _ AUCTION SALL Prei minary Announcement Unucr lustrum;OIIL ..OD! iwr. C. Mi-.y, of Hillview. Mr. E. Tully wiil .-211 ci Saturday, October 9th at 2 p.m. Approximately 2500 head fowls. EieCiric motor. Green feed cutter. Mash mixer. Sundries. *\ui particulars in next week's Biz, Leader, News. E. TULLY, M A A. Licensed Auctioneer RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL Liverpool 247. AUCTION SALE tiiuM iiLuujis ii um int li.-wv-i.ui.ui a Ul LltC JLL.itLtit.lt Ol tU» idii; /v. u. i\.u\vu, ucccubcu, lUr. * x uny, in conjunción wan ^.JIMI i uAuni and company, iUar L.J; i iiiv.1,, .jouncy, Win s...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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CONTROL OF GARDEN P[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

CONTROL OF GARDEN PU At the merlin-.. l>.-tween R.S.I Legion and ; ..un '<'. lepreseniativ held last Ti.i.i . ^y ¡ i nt to discu the builäinj oi e. i; .11, it was agre that the qnc*i(i» t tile control the gar'en j!.! .u . . railway si tion rîioiiîd ul ' ur I.IMÍÍ with. The Mayor (;...'" Fitzpatr reminded those p . ... i t soma moi ago Mr. Paine ii5.' . of thc Le of Ex-Serviccm;JJ . .1 V.'.aian) had dressed Ccinci. >i :..aintena.nc< the plot and i: .: ....>: io take its control with ¡ ;.) be¿innir beautificaioin h.The folio meeting, an ex-..'c. .¡r-.... oí thc Ct eil, Mr. Bird c, i : ? ....Hg and a that the R.S.L. i.::« u control w! he calimed had h.... granted y earlier. Unionen.; nene of present aldenncn vu., in office v this control was :-u,?ii to have 1 granted. Thercf.: ii.-, could not for sure whether .< ;,..(?, ?:. had not 1 grantedf It had ...;¡ nd that ; control had been e:-.-¡¡;.-.;! in 1929, ot again gave the yei: ;..-? 1923. Aid. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 September 1946

IN MEMORIAM DOGGETT — In loving memory of our dear little son, Edward Thomas (Teddy), who passed away 25th September, 1945. Sadly missed by his loving mother, father,   sisters and brothers. DOGGETT — In loving memory of my little nephew Edward (Teddy) Doggett, who passed away 25th September, 1945. Sadly miss- ed by his loving Auntie Blanche. MURGATROYD — Sad thoughts today, but loving mem- ories ever of my dear husband and father Reg., who passed away September 30th 1944. Always remembered by his loving wife, son, daughter-in-law and grandson.

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

A. T. MURRAY MP.S. CHEMIST ^Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL* I Phone Liv. 223 5 frCure that Cough. J. CARBONATED i COUGH MIXTURE j? for Bronchitis and Dry Cou¿U:" I 2/- per bottle i ! 3 ROOM 1 I SCHEME" ! I jit BEDROOM (compile) < 1+ TOUNGE SUITE 5 .«. i. '¡yr i: 7CHEN SETTING < X < X E from I j £99/18/6 j j CASH, TERMS OR \ i LAY-BY I ! _ X y I GEO. PURDUE I X X i 97 ARGYLE STREET. f Y (DIIII. Parramatta Stat on) { X p.ho ISO CHURCH STREET. I PARRAMATTA | I UW9075 I IilALLGOODS, DUUCAC1E8 i iesh Daily-Cuy priced ai J. KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New CAMBRIDGE Smahgo-iuo Tobacco and Cigarettes, .Sundwicnr Telephone: L.:v. 334 BREAD j GEARY & CULLEN BLACKSMITHS AND WHEELWRIGHTS MOORE STREET, LIVERPOOL Over 30 Years' Experience in ali Branches of the Trade. Our Specialty: That Difficult Job-the one the others Cannot do. WILLIAM A. STEEL SOLICITOR 2?A MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL and MUIOOP Building 185 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY 'Phone: M 3308 Published by...

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NOTICE TO READERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

NOTICE TO READERS .'The Leader" is new procurable from: BWinghurst's, Hrme Highway, Liverpool Barnes'. Lachlan .Street, Liverpool. CuUen's Hume Highway, Liverpool. Jarvis, Hume Highway, Liverpcol. Railway Bookstall Liverpool. Rose's, Hume Highway. Liverpool. Wvch';, Macquarie Street. Liverpool. Weir's, Lachlan Street Liverpool. Levine's. News°gency. Cabramatta. Swainston's. Hairdresser, Cabramatta. Gardie's, School Shop. Cabramatta. Bradburn's, Hume Highway Canley Vale SWins' Ncws9«*ency, Carramar. WycVs Newsagency. Moo-eb^nk. A. Childs, Gordon Road, Moorebank. Pinnock's, Newbridge Rd. Morebank. Morleys Hammondville. Smith's Newsagency, .Ingleburn. Valentin:. >> Hume Highway, Casula. Tr>ac's. "A»n*v's Cafe" Crossroads. Downes', Glenfield. Guise's, Macquarie Fields. Cloak's. Prestons. Donnelly's Leppington. nay's. Hillview. Pace's, Post Office. Lurnea . ^ovss's. Lurnea. , Hurler's. Hoxton Park. Waters', Hoxttón Park. Scott's, West Hoxton. Starr's, Austral. Robertson's. Green...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

PAT CULLEN'S GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION Hume Highway, Liverpool Repairs at Reasonable Rates. ALL THE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE IF YOUR CAR BOILS Get Your Radiator Checked and Cleaned- Phone Liv. 525) LIVERPOOL MERRYMAKERS ( SUB-BRANCH) KUKUKA YOUTH LEAGUE 50-50 in ihc LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL on FRIDAY, 18th OCTOBER 1946 DON HEATY'S ORCHESTRA. ENTERTAINMENT TICKETS, 1/11 Joe Ferguson. H "ti. Secretary fcENUINE GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS I" CHEVROLET SALES ANP SERVICE I A.C. McGrath, Ul MAOOAJAIUE STREET, LIVERPOOL TELÉ^Ip^ UV^RVOOL 176.

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[?] LAY OF HISLOP HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

IE LAY OF HISLOP HOUSE . st any night and whether tight-, rou wander rc lind our way. }i'U not miss cut upon a shout, [t's true just, what I say. pre ycu'll me Mack and sometimes I Jack., fut Reg and Charles for sure; «re's Dixon too, oft haj a few. r*hen sle?ps upon the floor. \ Macs the Host und ho i an boast Vhcever come along. U always fina we're nok behind With comedy and song. real good act and that's a fact, s Reggie Geeves Rose rte I mean and all are keen rio see him on his toes. thout a doubt he sure gives out ind! makes the rafters ring, e folks all yell, they say its swe'll. fo hear our Reggie sing. |ough Charlie's old, he's good as gold Étfith songs of yesteryear, i right good) style, he brings a smile, Sometimes a little tear. fbe Dixon lad, although a cad. plan do a decent turn. % came, the fool, to Liverpool. jProm the land of Silver Fern. fere's one of us who drives a bus; Arthur Barnes by name, tough getting fat, he can't help that, Ele's happy just the same. H>r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

^--?; i.> II. ! - . i SIGHT IS YOUR MQST PRECIOUS GIFT . . .... . .. On the slightest Suspicion of Eye Trouble CONSULT H. SHAW, M Ph , MIO, F I O 193 Macquarie Street^ jr_Ljyerpool_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

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 pjm. FRIDAY and SATURDAY , October 4 and 5 1 A Prince Edward Then rc j Special Attraction Also Jane Wyman in "CRIME BY NIGHT" (A) SATURDAY MATINEE. 10 CARTOONS MONDAY and TUESDAY < Mober 7 awl 8 WÊiïÊÊÊ Also, Chas. Rugbies in MAMA LOVES PAPA" Don't Miss lt. "40.000 HORSEMEN*' and WED. and THURS. j October 9 and (10 i FREE LIST ENTIRELY CANCELLED ! ComeAhoawlJ j The mightie^fXf - í ALL sea pictií|p;¿; ; ! ^O'HARA SLEZAK M$$m -» ww urna . ttm van MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS REILLY ST, LIVERPOOL Phone Liv 322 or Liv. 346 WANTEH WOMEN wr^fc ex- i ience is Worsted! m .iders. GIRLS, 15-18 years, wifih or without experience. BOYS. Vacancies for a limit- ed number. Good Wages for Juniors to commence. ' Adult rate at 19 years of age if .commencing at 15 years of age for females. APPL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridges) Has in stock all the popular Tobaccos and Cigarettes, and a wide range of Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines "FUEL FUEL" WOOD, COAL, COKE PROMPT DELIVERY GENERAL CARRYING, Anywhere, Any- time. Contact: GOULD and SAURINE Opposite Post Office. CABRAMATTA WHEATLEVS HIGH-CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only the Best Workmanship. Try us also for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS if Solid Leather Attache Cases. ir Solid Leather Gladston Bags if Suitcases. if School Cases. WHEATLEYS I 188 MACQUARIE STREET, i LIVERPOOL ' Liverpool 416 TTS ON AGAIN ! Remember the last Police EiGGER I BiUGHTER I Rerri.rwbcir the datelí FRIDAY OCTOBEI J Voeu- ! in thc AJÍ Apjr:,: Vc iii Ii Camp Treked,: Ger's 15/, Lad« Can I:;- ? .;? "Mased only fi Liv-;; Police Static MART. Y< >\ -.i HOOKING This S] >..'..:. ?? I-nw ted hy j Bakery X'ancy Cake 1 FRESH SUPPLIES DAI FRUIT AND VEGETABL...

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CHIPPING NORTON FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

CHIPPING NORTON FETE The Church of England Pete opened by Mrs. Meyer on Saturday, 21st Sep- 1 tember in the church grounds at Chip- ping Norton was a real success for the 'cragniseis. There was a large attend- ance and as a result of the fete about £50 was raised. Beth Mrs. Meyer and Miss Killinger, who judged the cooking, were presented with bouquets. Mrs. A. T. Childs received the prize for the best sponge, Mrs. Colless the first prize for scones. For the toffee Misses Pat O'Grady and Barbara Gill tied. Winners of the various competitions were: Silver Cake Dish, Trevor Cooling; Eaby Set, Mrs. Burt; Bed Jacket, Mrs. Geoffrey Haerse; Pyrex Dish, Mrs. Mison. The committee stacerel|' thank all those who have helped to make the fete such a success.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

-s- ? ? - * ! Te! Liv. 524. 175 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL 8 only. SHOWERPROOF CAPES'. No Coop ons . 32/f LATEST ARRIVAL IN FERGUSON FABRICS'. Florals ij various shades wi|!i threequavter sleeves SSW, SW and V 58/2. SOS and OS 61/4. XOS 64/6 13 Coupons. CARLOSPUN FERGUSON FABRIC. Shitmaker style* In! verted) plea>4 SSW, SW, W 35/6. SOS. OS 39/1, XOS 41/^ 13 Coupons. I MAXY OTHER STYLES AVAILABLE INSPECT OUT HUGE RANGE NOW. LAY-BYS AND CASH ORDERS ACCEP1ED LIVERPOOL'S FASHION CENTRE FASHION WITH ECONOM1 JAY'S JAY'S

Publication Title: Leader, The
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FLOODLIT CHAMBER Not For Ald. Potter [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

FLOODLIT CHAMBER Not For Aldi. Potter Liverpool Chamber of Commerce sDtne time ago wro'e to Liverpool Municipal Council asking if that body would m stal flood-lighting free of cost. When the matter came up for con- sideration at Tuesday night's meeting cf the Council, Aid. Potter claimed that if the request was agreed to there would be hundreds of applications from shops and the cost would be enormous. The letter- from Chamber of Commerce was framed in most ambiguous terms. They asked for 'free installation' of flood- lighting. That could mean the cost of Mie work only, or the cost of labour plua materials. There could be no end to the applications and it would be a costly business and he was not prepared to recommend it. Aid. Smith: If I had been on the Electricity Committee when this came up I would have grabbed it with both ha:ds. It would have given us a good neavy consuming customer with every one we installed. Aid. Potter: Hie letter wasn't specific enough. On the motion of Ai...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB ASSOCIATES The Associates competition, last Wed- ! nesday vas a choice nine holes. Mi's. R. Williams won with a 22 net, runner up being Mrs. Andrews, 27. On Saturday the Associates and mem- bers combined in a mixed Canadian, "oursomes. The original eigtheen (18) ho'es, which are now being played, mad? ;Jhe rqund very interest's. Mifef.| H. Johnson and Mr. K. Watts tied with Mrs. Calvert and Mr. J. Harrison w:th a 63 net. The two pairs will play off at a future date. The next best score of 05 net was returned by Miss P. Williams and Mr. R. Pymble.

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