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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

SMRS. HALL for )DERN HAIR STYLING SALON » Macquarie St., Liverpool for Hhe ONDULUX PERM HUCE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con- fectionery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. j 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Cut Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. j Stationery. Groceries. TELEPHONE, LIV. 276 WEDDING BREAKFASTS CilCBED FOB IN PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT PILLINGER'S. Caterers 52 Station Road, AUBURN Phone TJX 641? Fer roar next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladles' Hairdresser SO Terminus Street, Liverpool Machineieset Eugene and Non-Electric Fenns, done with every comfort to the (Heat. Phone Liverpool U2 GIRLS WANTED! A Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. LIGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES CONGENIAL CONDITIONS % WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS ANNUALLY APPLY: LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO. TerrdhiH Street. Liverpool Manufacturers of FROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES PHONE* LIVERPOOL 239 Pot Prompt Delivery of SAND, METAL, ASHES, SOIL o...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

W. EndMToar to Ssl*« Yow Mw« PraUoni. GEDDES' MEAT MART Macquarie Street, Liverpool FOR MEAT YOU CAN EAT. Best attention given to children. Phone: Liverpool 136. FOOD FOR THOUGHT ... JCE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROJECTION IO FOoi> (JLEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION. £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT ICE WORKS R A- Dunbier, Prop. Phone: Liverpool 146 RAILWAY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL A|t the Station All the Best of Wines, Spirits, Beer. We will deliver. Phone Liverpool 3. Better than Mother used to make DELICIOUS MEAT PIES from . . AUNTY'S CAFE (J. A. Isaac, l'iopilewr) CROSSROADS, LIVERPOOL HOT ROAST DINNERS, GRILLS, LIGHT LUNCHEONS, SANDWICHES Milk Bar. Confection ery. PHONE LTV. 452 H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies oí Sydney. Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bones, Rags, Kitchen Fats, Scrap Metai. AU at Highest Market Prices. SheW Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Liv. 563 QUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COU...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY FARMERS! No Premium on Eggs of Export Quality [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

POULTRY FARMERS! No Premium on Eggs of Export Quality I That the Commonwealth Prices Eranch Ls adamant in its attitude that no encouragement shall be given to egg production is indicated in a reply re- ceived to the application of the A.P.F.A. for a premium on eggs of export qual- ity. A recent meeting of the Executive Council had decided that a higher price was due to the poultry farmer in his efforts to increase the quantity of eggs suitable for export, and upon contact- ing the Controller of Egg Supplies and the Egg Marketing Board, it was learn- ed that these bodies had already made representations on similar lines. Mr. Graham, State Minister for Agriculture, had also supported these representations. In the reply which is quoted hereunder, it is evident that the economists whose job it is to consider the relationship be- tween pi1;es and the long-iiange in- terests cf an industry, regard the poul- try industry as non-revenue producing from a national viewpoint. The econ- omics o...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Saturday, 26th October-Stroke. A. Andrews 65. gross. C. Hunt 81. Sunday. - Peter York Trophy: N. Thom, 2 down; W. Dickey Jr., 2 down; W. Hutton, 2 down; R. Pymble, 2 down. Play-off Mixed Candían Foursomes: J. Harrison and Mrs. Calvert 1. Ken Watts and Miss Hazel Johnson 2. ASSOCIATES [ There was a large gathering of Assoc- iates at the Club House on Saturday, j the occsfsiorf-being President's Day j The competition was a 12-hole four > ball stableford aggregate, with trophies ft for best nett jsrores. individual scores !and putting. I Mrs. Watts and Mrs. Cunningham ! won the nett event with 35 points. The win was a very popular one, being the first for both of them this season, Mrs. MacParlane and Mrs. Wilkinson were runners-up with 33 points. The individual score was won by Mrs. Chapple with 20 points and the putting went to Mrs. D. Russell with 19 points, i The captain (Mrs. Chapple) in a few well-chosen words, persented the presi- dent (Mrs. Kershler) with ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

EMPIRE SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE For the benefit of those who may -ead of this for the first time, and are not acquainted with its significance, you are referred to the acticle under this caption in last week's issue of the Leader. The Service will be held in St. Luke's Church of England. Liverpool, on Sun- day. 10th November, 7.15 p.m. Special forms of Service, authorised by the Ajjchbishops of Canterbury and York, will be in use. and with fitting ceremony tribute will be made to the men and women who gave their lives in two Wars. The anthem "The Souls of the Righteous Are in the Hands of God" will be ren- dered. Wreaths and other floral tributes are asked to be forwarded to St. Luke's Church on Saturday evening or any time during Sunday. At fhe close of the Ser- vice of Remembrance, all floral tributes will be conveyed to the Memorial School of Arts where they will be deposited with fitting ceremony. The Service is authorised by the Liver- pool Sub-branch of the RSS and AILA. WE WILL...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

GOSSIP A very enjoyable evening was had by all at the School of Arte, Liverpool, last Saturday night when Pte. Eric Tebb, who is on his way to join his two brothers In the Occupation Force in Japan, was farewelled by a large gathering of friends and relatives. Mr. Les McGowan proposed the toast of the guest o{ honour. Eric suitably responded. * * * Alright. Just another complaint. Last week wc stated that thieves broke into the Liverpool School of Arts while 99.9 per cent cf the local police were on duty at the concert. Constable Jim Mul- cahy takes strong exception to be classi- fied as a mere .1 per cent of the local pclice. Begad and begorra James, me broth of bhoy, it's practically cryin' I am to have done sich a thing to ye ! 'lis me own two eyes that seen ye in me own sthreet tile same night and divil a burglar about. And iveryone knows that wan good Oirish copper's worth tin of any other kind. 'Tis nointy per cint of our force wis on duty that noight James-jist nointy per cin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL GIRLS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

LIVERPOOL GIRLS' CLUB -V-? The Kindergarten Section of thc above Club gave a physical culture display to parente and friends in the Presbyterian Hall on Friday night last. The little hall was packed to capacity and the display itself plus recitations and songs by the tots Trere thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. Gilchrist was in charge of the performance and deserves great credit for the quality of the work of the little pupils. The youngsters vaulted, tumbled, danced, and carried out their exercises like veterans. The following were the items render- ed: Recitations: "Miss Nan Knockabout,' Lynette Mullen, "Memory," Pamela Lloyd; "Oh Dolly," Jean "Weal; "I Have a Dolly," Caroline Morrow. Songs: "Silent Night," Lavina Barton; "Golden Wattle," Jean Weal and Marie Morrow; "Ye Banks and Braes," Jan Collis and Janice Pender. Piano solo, Helen Scott. Recitations: "Daffodils," Avril Gill; "Cobber," Noeline Spencer; "The Frog," Richard Wilkinson. In addition to these there were a num- ber of choruses...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOSPITAL PETITION Ratepayers Active [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

HOSPITAL PETITION Ratepayers Active At a meeting of the Ratepayers Citizens' Association held in Live School of Arts on Tuesday night, u the chairmanship of the president, ft. A. Dun bier, members observed; satisfaction the pile of forms bet thousands of signatures of district-! ''ents demanding a general hospital Liverpool. After considerable discussion as the proper form the presentation of petition should take, it was dec that a delegation of three should elected from among members of | Association, with power to add to t number, and that this delegation shi arrange through the district men Hon. J. McGirr M.L.A., Minister Works and Housing, to present the p lion to the Minister of Health du next week. Mr. Dunbier, Aid. Si and Mr. D. Smith were unanima elected to the deputation. Early in the proceedjiig-fj (merni stood in silence out of respect for j memory of one of the early stalw of the Association in the person of 1 George Sykes, whose sudden death shocked the community a few,...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

SIGHT IS YOUR MOST PRECIOUS GIFT On the slightest suspicion oí Eye Trouble CONSULT H. SHAW, M Ph , M I O , F I O. ¡ 193 Macquarie Street :: Liverpool

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CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR.) I Sir. I v.'j-j'C" lil:-.- lo bring before the pi lie not:«? 'he behaviour of "child! whees parents are residents of t Housing Commission Homes in Liverpo Three cr four pick on a child of abt four and úeat him uo. Children of ab: eight upwards are the responsible on running wild around the streets, jun tog over dividing fences, ruining g dens and scratching up walls of prospe ive tenants homes. Apparently rea in slums, and apparently berause slackness hi parents discipline, tl cannot get out of their bad habits. Ti a«-c lowering the prestige of the town Liverpool. Strange as it may seem, ni of the menfolk don't seem to need wt and have never done any since they I came residents. Yours, etc.. -GORDON RICKARD! 5 Bigge St. ZXh October. 1943. Mrs Herb Flegg, and all the Flegglin including Herb junior and Merle v were involved in thc motor smash i cently, are recuperating at Cronul Kerb seziior. who. on the quiet, is gi ting a bit sick oí batching, expects...

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SAVE YOUR FACE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

SAVE YOUR FACE Despite the heading, this is not an 'advertisement for improving complex- ions or a boost for a skin tonic. Never- theless, every man is sensitive about his appearance, but he is often more sen- sitive abr.ut his self-esteem and the regard in which he is held by his friends and associates. Saving face is both a fine art and an imperious necessity in the Orient. To lose face is to be dis- credited, to be shown up for a fool, to be revealed as short-sighted and incom- petent . Savin", facc vis however, not confined to the Orient. To every man and every woman, to the young- and the old, loss of status and prestige is painful. This is especially true when the cause is a foolish loss of money or property. The simpleton, the sucker, the gull, the dupe, all are types of ridiculous people who can neither make money nor protect it from the cunning and designing. There is now à great historical chance for a campaign of face-saving; for pro- tecting the gullible from themselves,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED URGENTLY j tn Liverpool District. Submit < particulars immediately. No sale no commission basis. For quick results ring, write or call SYDNEV FARM SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney Phone B1188- After hours. Tel. FTS950. _ "FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists Ca/J, Write, or Ring Liv. 373. * 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL I BUSINESS FOR SALE ¡ - GOOD MIXED BUSINESS, old estab- lished, vacant posession residence, £800. walk-in, walk-out. Particulars from Leader Office. AUCTION S ALES AUCTION SALE Under instructions from Mr. J. Chal loner. and Mr. A. Holtorf and other Vendors, Mr. E. Tully will sell at TULLY'S YARDS," LIVERPOOL, at 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 2, 1946 the undermentioned: Jü000ft of assorted Timbers. 3000 sheets of Corrugated Iron and Corrugated Fibro. Water piping. Large quantity of sundries and other building materials. Full particulars from the Auctioneers: E. TULLY, M.A.A. Licensed Auctioneer RaUwaySq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

*For A" FLORAL ART MVBRPOOI, Phone Liverpool 508 .Vi~x^x~x-x-x-x~x-X"X»>x . :.- - - i A. T. MURRAY i I M.P.S. I 4 CHEMlbX X $ Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL? 5 Phone Uv. 223 X S Cure that Cough. $ I CARBONATED $ i COUGH MIXTURE 1 %for Bronchitis and Dw Q>ttgh»ï S 2/- per bottle * 3 ROOM 1 SCHEME" ! BEDROOM (complete) LOUNGE SUITE X KITCHEN SETTING .j. from £99/18/6 CASH, TERMS OR LAY-BY GEO. PURDUE; 97 ARGYLE STREET, \ (Opp. Parramatta Station) ! Also 150 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA UW9075 wmmmmsammÊmmÊKmmmaaÊmmmmmammr SMALLGOODS. DELICACIES Fres» Dally-City Priced at J . KI N G Macquarie St, Liverpool New CAMBRIDGE Smallgoods. Tobacco and Clgarrities, Sandwiches Telephone: Uv. 334 MURRAY'S ! BREAD j W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing end' General 1 Smithing. A tradesman |3 ¡oh guaranteed. WJLLÏAM A. STEEL I SOLICITOR ! 231 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL and MTJIOOF Building 185 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY Thone: M 2308 ! i i.,' n. R'-v^r, Liverpool, and -, rr.(....

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GYMKHANA At "Woodlands" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

GYMKHANA At "Woodlands'' A Gymkhana, penultimate event in a ons scik's of entertainments organised by foliLj and sympathisers to mise Amtís fer the Youth Campaign and Anti '< TB Appeal, was held by the kind per- mission of Mrs. E. Bull on her "Wood- lands" propenty on !Mu»goa Road on Saturday last. There /.as a e tody attendance and a long programme cf interesting and thrilling events to entertain them. Mrs. Still, in cidificn to the generous dona- I tion of th? use of the site, had, with the j members of her Riding School and pri- vate pupils, gone to considerable effort to prepare the ground for use by ar- ! ranging flags, maukersj hurdles, shel *ers. etc. They put in two days hard work on this and the Youth Campaign Jommittee cannot speak highly enough n praise cf such a splendid contribu-1 lion. Many other volunteers contributed their services towards making the day a success. Notable among them were Mr;--. Burns and Miss Molly Burns, Mrs. Holmes, Miss Fenton and Mrs....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,, Thurs- day, 7.30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. SPECIAL SAT. MATINEES for Children No thone rasirves Saturday. No Com- pliment?-ic . Fr. and Sef. evenings,. ï*ermanent Reservations held until 6 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY November I and 2 MONSTER TWO MAIN-FEATURE SHOW A Film of Great Beauty "TOMORROW IS FOREVER'' iA! pvSth Claudette Colbert, George Bren1, Orscn Welles. AîjiK>: ¡Eddie Bracken and Veironica Lake in "HOLD THAT BLONDE" (G> MONDAY and TUESDAY November 4 and 5 i HORROR ! ! BORIS KARLOFF in "BEDLAM" <A) (Unsuitable 'for Children) Also Jack Haley in "PEOPLE ARE FUNNY" w) "wÊQNESDAY, " THURSDAY November 6 and 7 The £10.000 Prize-winning Mystery Play. Draim on a par wî'l"-» 'Laura* "DARK CORNER'' <A) with Lue »- Ba'l. Wm. Bendix C'rfton Webb Meo, J-nie Wyatt in "STRANGE CONQUEST' <G> SATURDAY MATINEE: "HOLD THAT BLONDE" (G) and TEN CARTOONS. MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS REILLY ST, L...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURTS Drunkenness [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

THE COURTS Drunkenness The anallese "aouse" on the drunks ?nch for ages last week-end. Only five larges altogether. Frances Joseph Ryan, ie only one to put in an appearance, as admonished and discharged-heil ¡ready been captive in the calaboose ir a couple ai days. The others, Frank [anning, John McGuire, William Cowan nd Edmund 1 reúnan had other en agements. They fjrfeited their 10 ail. <= * * Taxation Offences A plea of guilty was entered by John lay Kerr to charges of failing to fur lish taxation returns. For the prosecution it was stated that terr was a contractor at Badgery's »eek. He had negelcted ta furnish re urns until the department insisted. He hen furnished returns from 1941, but he information for 1943 was incom tlete. All requirements of the depart nent had now been met. Defendant's acorns for 1945 was £532 on which he ,-ould have to pay £94/143 tax. His ax for 1942 was £117 and for 1941, 1206. Defendant had very little busi iess knowledge, and considered t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRAL BARBECUE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

AUSTRAL BARBECUE Despite the fact that the date clashed with the second annual Police Ball, the Barbecue held in Mr. J. Dudley's grounds and under the auspices of Austral Agri- cultural Bureau last Friday night was very well patronised and proved most successful. About 400 people attended and enjoyed refreshment and enter- tainment. ¿X Arrangements «ere well-made. The «hole area was brightjjr fioodit, a great (flowing fire of massive logs, flanke* by u number of smaller satellite fires' help- ed to keep the unseasonable chill out; a large truck, complete with piano, served as a stage; a wide semi-circle of Kables, end-to-end. staffed by enthus ! iastic and energetic volunteers carried j ataoks of eatables/, a soft-drinks bar Dpeiated at high pressure 'throughout the evening, and four white-coated and ?ugh capped cooks perspired '¿rilling sue- ( :ulent steaks and turning a whole pig m its spit over the fire. The barbecued )ig was, of course, the piece d'resisteñce md always had a lar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

Announcement of Special Importance | [ TO RESIDENTS OF UVERPOOL AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. | [ . It is with great pleasure that ROOSEVELT DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS, PTY. LTD. |: [ offer you the absolute latest AMERICAN method and up-to-the-minute Service in DRY CLEAN- X I ING AND DYEING. . Y ; x The staff employed by ROOSEVELT are all highly skilled in the art of Dry Cleaning and Dyeing, and therefore we proudly offer you something unique in this field. '& \ We do not intend to make exaggerated claims, but do feel that once you entrust any of your X > wearing apparel Ito us for processing you will become an entirely satisfied and regular ROOSEVELT .»* ! client. y . . ? 1 ' X ; Eacii garment is individually handled, carefully processed and thoroughly inspected hy the X ; highly skilled staff of ROOSEVELT before being returned to the client, and, furthermore, aH= miss- X * ing buttons are replaced WITHOUT CHARGE. If you so desire, we will also effect any necessary Y, ! repairs...

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POLICE BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

POLICE BALL Held in the Liverpool Town Hall on Friday night last in aid of the Youth Campaign and Anti-TB Appeal, the second annual Police Ball attracted all Viose discriminating dancers who re r.;einb3red the great success of the first one held last year. If the attendance on Friday night was not as great as that of last ysar's Police Ball that fact con- tributed perhaps to the greater comfort and pleasure of Vue patrons. The Town Hall was decorated with greenery brought in from the bush by War. n.t-Üñker johnson, and a num- ber of the polite^ prominent arnon?; whom in this task were Constables Little. Jones, Owen and Orr. These gentlemen spen* most of the afternoon arranging the decorations. The stage, beautifully t¿fl:?wrred. was left in the extremely cajiabh hands of Matron McIntosh whose tasteful and artistic arrangement cl thc Re;al Theatre stage for the pre- vious weclt-cnd's function caused so much favorable comm rat. Thc Pail was under the patronage of the Mayor a:::! Mayor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

S F'°ck Salon Tel. Liv. 524 175 MACQUARIE ST, LIVERPOOL SPECIAL ~~ 6 ONLY. HOUSECOATS 41 15 Coupon* LADIES' SHORTS, in brown, navy, green* and rawn.\ \ SW and W. 13/1, 5 Coupons. White 12/ STRIPED LUMBER JACKET AND SKIRT, cap geeves, SSW, SW, W. Ideal for holiday wear. 58/NH 13 CpnslV Make Your Lay-by Now for the holidays. E FROCKS, SUITS, PLAYSUITS, LINGERIE, Etc., feomn J£Y'$ LIVERPOOL'S FASHION CENTRE J^Y'g FASHION WITH . ECONOMY j Camelia j \ Florist X ' ?j* (Mrs. Trapman) ll I 34 MOORE STREET, LIVERPOOL $ For Real and Artificial Flowers, Real and Artificial Wreaths. ,, Crosses, Cushions, any design. Wreaths in color patches. Glass ]| X Dome Wreaths, Sprays, Floral Baskets, Bouquets, etc. £ DELIVERED ANYWHERE * Phone: Liverpool 325. DAY pR NIGHT $ ORDERS LEFT SATURDAY, DELIVERED SUNDAY X or from 4 j Mrs. McDONALD, 74 Terminus Street, Liverpool I Help ywr district fill its QUOTA in the Second SECURITY LOAN Your district is working to-day to reach AND PASS its quota in the Second ...

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