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SOUND IDEA [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 October 1946

SOUND IDEA An employer had spent a great deal of money to ensure that his men should Í work under the best conditions. "Now, whenever I enter the work- shop " he said. "I want to see every man cheerfully performing his task, and .here! ore I invite you to place in this b'ix any further suggestions as to how that can be brought about." A wepk later the box was ooened; it contained onlv one shu of paper, on 'vhie'n was written: "Don't wear rub Vi°>- heels."-The.Hartford Agent Maga- zine.

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

BACK-TO-UVERPOOL WEEK An active committee is pursuing ar ! rangements for the "Back to Liverpool" [ week to be held early in the new year. The committee is meeting once a week but the various sub-committees are work- ing energetically all the time and splen- did progress has been made. The tenta- tive date for the "week" is set down as from Tuesday, 21st January to Monday, 27th January inclusive, but these dates may be modified as they are subject to the availability of the various grounds and halls required. Amony the fixtures so far decided upon will be a Children's Sports Day and Carnival on the opening day: a masked carnival that nijht. during which the "Queen of Liverpool" will be crowned; a tree-planting ceremony on Wednesday with a boxing contest at night; a Baby Show and a Flower Show on the Thurs- day; a Trotting fixture on Saturday; an Acquatiq Carnival on the Sunday with a concert at night: a monster Athletic Meeting cn Monday (Anni- versary Day). The prizenmoncy for t-V....

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

'COLES , GENERAL MERCHANTS Groceries, Hardware, Wines 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, UVERPOOL ! THIS IS GARDENING TIME i FOR CULTIVATORS ! RAKES i HOES I SPRAYS ! SPADES HAND PLOUGHS EDGE CUTTERS i COME TO COLES GARDEN WHEELBARROWS .?? 35/- each WOLLONDILLY FLY SPRAY NOW REVIVED. It is a real pre-war Spray, Non-poisonous, yet deadly to those enemies, FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. 1/6 Pwr Pint Bottle, from A. T.MURRAY-CHEMIST LIVERPOOL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

I FOR BEST RESULTS use THE LEADER" Classified Advts EVERYONE SEES THEM Id PER WORD (minimum 1/-) FOR BUYING OR SELUNG, "THE LEADER" IS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE DISTRICT. ATTENTION, MOTORISTS! YOUR CAR OR TRUCK NEEDS A NEW COAT Set us for a workmanlike job COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. Hun»*» H:¿Way, LIVERPOOL (opp. Coll'ngwood Hotel) ' FOR DUCT) OR DULUX ENUINE GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS CHEVROLET SAÏ.FS AND SERVICE A. C. MCGRATH,141 MACQUA RIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. TEL LIVERPOOL i76 ... r »

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

r¿r -» MISS MERLE KEYES WISHES TO NOTIFY HER CLIENTS THAT SHE IS STILL, IN PERSONAL ATTENDANCE AT TIER SALON 36 SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL ALL TYPES OF PERMANENT WAVING HAJR STYLING, TINTING, CUTTING, Etc. ^Phorie, Liverpool 368 for Appointment. A PERM FOR EVERY HEAD. A PRJCE FOR EVERY PURSE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

I . Municipality of Liverpool TOWN HALL LETTINGS 1947 APPLICATIONS, closing 19th November, 1946, at 4 p.m., ave inviled for the hiring of the Town Hall during the year, 1947. j. MARSH, Town Clerk Town Hall, Liverpool. 23rd October, 1946. WAIT FOR IT ! i THE WILLYS IS ON THE WAY I Li; is the famous Jeep's younger brother, wjith all the Jeep's) g sturdy strength and! reliability, plus I STYLE, COMFORT, AND ECONOMY I Uther cars will be old-fashioned when the WILLYS arrives. fi Place your order with I PAT. CULLEN Willys Dealer for the District. GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION HUME HIGHWAY. LIVERPOOL.-'Phone Liv. 525. WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS AT CHURCH OR HOME by Experts. Socials, Dances, etc. Attended. a POST CARDS. - 12/- per dozen Consult: Miss HOUGH, Florist, 187 Macquarie Street, Liverpool For Appointments. Phone Liv. 508 Developing and Printing-2/- all size* SHAMROCK" FLOWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station) MISS NORMA BRAY Florist For AU Wreaths, Sprays and Wedding Bouquet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Sat- urday Matinee, i.30 p.m. Failure to notify if not coming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Nov. 8 and 9 6.15 and 8 p.m. He held her under a sinster spell. JAMES MASON ANNE TODD, in "7TH VEIL" (A) Associait Feat' ure : Wm. Gargan in "RENDEZVOUS" (A) 2 SPE^íAi. Pirnas AT THE SATURDAY MATINEE. MONDAY *iH TUESDAY Nov. ll andi 12 at 7.30 All (die badmen of the West in Que bit» film. RANDOLPH SCOTT ANNE RICHARDS ni "BADMAN'S TERRITORY" (G) ! Also, Wm. Gargan in ! "FOLLOW THAT WOMAN" (A) Special Short Subjects from 7.30 till 8 p.m. ! WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY Nov. 13 and 14 at 7.30 p.m. SPECIAL SPECIAL THE GREAT WALTZ OF 1946 "WALTZ TIME" (G) with RICHARD TAUBER PATRICIA MEDINA and all the beaut'ful S"«ngs- aux! melodies of OM Vienna. 2nd I3i|4 Feature Rosalind Russell. Lee Bowman in "SHE WOULDN'T SAY YES" (A) it's an hilarious comedy. Special Sho'-t Subjects fro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEGLIGENT DRIVING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

NEGLIGENT DRIVING At Liverpool Poiice Court on WeJre-- , day last week, before Mi-. Harvey S.M. Patrick Boles was charged with negli im oxiving in Campbelltown Road on 21st June last. Evidence that a 3-tin blitz waggon driven by Boles travelled along the road wiih only one headlamp operating and collided with a buff loaded with soldiers was given by John Lawrence Forbes, driver of the bus. The magistrate found the offence proven but without proceeding to a con i viction dismissed the information under i Section 556A of the Crimes Act. I -. A letter to hand from Mr. J. Cullen who is in his 57th year as woolclasser out at Errownbang tation near Carcoar. "Though I am in my 76th year," writes Mr. Cullen, "I am, like Johnny Walker, still going strong and aim to do CO years in the sheds."

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

(TO THE EDITOR i Sir, I would like to remind Mr. Rickard that he himelf is a resident ia one of the homes of thc Housing Commission and I must say that his remarks are a general condemnation of all residents. As to be'ng reared in stums I'm afraid his statement is more than a little exaggerated as any drawing of a ballot will prove, as the winners generally are a fair representative group from every suburb of the metropolitan area. ti reference to young, larrikins being present. I would remind Mr. Rickard that in the daily press this week there was an account of à schoolmaster stop- ping a farewell concert because some of the boys forgot to act like gentlemen, and this was not a school in the slum area, so I don't think it is altogether fair to condemn about two hundred children because of three or four. Just by way of a challenge. I would nvite Mr. Rickard to walk around the Hume Highway comer into Goulburn "Street, and say how many lazy men are ?ppresented by <lie front...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCHOOL FOR HARGREAVES PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

SCHOOL FOR HARGREAVES PARK 1-ic Silts member for the district, Hon. J. McGirr M.L.A. bas for some time been making personal represnta ticns regarding the education require- ments of children of families who are .occupying convened military huts at\ Hargreaves Fark. He has now been in- formed by the Minister of Education (Mr. Heffron) that approval has been given far remedial adjustments to be made to certain of the huts to accom- modate five classes as a first step. The situation is to be kept under observation ¡for further action as developmental needs require. The school will be conducted as an annex to Liverpool school. The Educa- tion E apartment Painting and Repair staff is now engaged on the approved j J work and directions have been given to Î have it ready for school occupation as i quickly as its staff and material r eso ur- I ces will permit.

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MOTOR BOATS Deepwater Club [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

MOTOR BOATS Deepwater Club Having resumed operations after a break in its activities. Deepwater Motor Boat Club had another successful pro- gramme of events for Saturday afternoon last. Over their mile coursa between Holly- \ wood and Milperra Bridge they ran off ¡ two handicap races in heats. The first | event was the Cruiser Handicap for the Mrs. Haerse Trophy. Results were: 1st Hsai, Scnr;y (H. Braddock) 1, Allie (J. Gooley) 2, Miss Joy (A. Walker) 3. 2:\d Heat: Myall (Mrs. Marsh) 1, Allie (J. Gooley) 2, Miss Joy (A. Walker) 3. 3rd Heat: Nathalie (J. Freeman) 1, Allie 2, Myall 3. Point scores were Allie, 6 points, 1; Myall, 8 points, 2. The Speedboat Handicap for the H. Braddock Trophy resulted in some ex- crement as in the second heat J. Goohy's Zephyr turned turtle again, the Lecoiid time in a few weeks. The boat sank but the crew reached the shore safely, lt was particularly bad luck for Gooley as Zephyr won the first heat comfortably with Firefly (H. New) 2, and Oh Kay 3. In ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

lÁLrrr | Our Motto THE iOICEST FRUITS ND VEGETABLES Only BILLETT jj 4t St., LIVERPOOL I HEELERS Phone Liverpool 65 ' VI IKEO LSTRY 5£ \snc OSE MELON JAM 10P KETTLES ENAMEL 7/11 each fl 1 IVES" PRÍVATE HOSPITAL Tl Railway Sl-eet, Liverpool J Phone: Liv. 219 j*j MATRON H. C. DAVIES JT.N.A. A.N.F. (State Reg.) General and Obestric Cases ICATESSEN I HAMBURGER $ AND COFFEE INN$ MILLER'S i 30TT ST. (opp. Fire Station) X LIVERPOOL i fAYS FRESH- .«. SMALL GOODS ? CONFECTIONERY $ I CREAM & MILK BAR % VE R DRY CLEANING Al THE LOCAL DEPOT JONES DRYCLEANERS i I Liverpool: 5 HOUGH 1S7 Macquarie Street j Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, opn. Railway Station )LLÏNGWOOD| GARAGE THE FOREFRONT FOK* 20 YEARS. t icial N.R.M.A. C,;\r;v¿*. £ neral Motor Engineering Body Building ariel Beating, Ducoing, V Oxy Welding * OFFICIAL TESTER f M. Barrett, Prop. ^ 3NE: LIVERPOOL 317 % UEW AND ENLARGED LOUNGE ^ SERVICE ^ SECLUSION + SELECT COMPANY _All Yours in the Lounge at __ 1 he Collingwood HOTEL HUME HIGHWAY, LI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

MODERN ¥<ñ EYE ». . MX <d °°nsult .....^*,V,'^_".>.^J^!!¿!C.? Í SERVICE O.T. LORENZ (Western Suburbs) Pty. Ltd 285 CHURCH STREET :: PARRAMATTA 31 AUBURN ROAD, AUBURN WOOD COFFIIÍ Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23. ROSES ~~ Last chane? to secure your pot grown roses. .Watch w.'ndow for cïsplay. G. COOPER 203 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL ALL GARDEN REQUISITES AUBURN ¡ VETERINARY HOSPITAL | C. H. Wu^lit B.V.Sc. I :'¡iK-y Un:vr.rsit-,\ i j-:. I'. Hu:ki;:s, B.V.Sc. < '?-. diu : Un.ver.si;y i 99 Northurr-beiland Road AUBURN. UX77C-5 C'.inic.'bui j iirancii: {,'A 255" DAY AND NIGHT SERVICL LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR Commissioner for Affts. N.S.W. uno Victoria) RAILWAY' PARADE, CABRAMATTA UB 1710 And Twyford House, 17 Castlereagh St Sydney. B4408. Resuming Practice after Military Service ESTATE AGENT E. C GRUCHY Estates Managed. Kents Collected. Mortgages and Finance Arranged Agent for Alliance Assurance Coy. Ltd. (inc. in Eng.) AH Classes Insura...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

Because IT IS EASIER _ CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosper, that Prosperity is reflected itt More Local Employment, Brighter Premises. Enhanced Prestige for Your Town. Let THE LEADER be Your Buying Guide. BUY LOCALLY FROM 'LEADER* ADVERTISERS. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

%, _ " ." FOR EVERY KIND OF SHEET METAL WORK ' A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET :: LIVERPOOL if TANKS if DRINKERS if TROUGHS if HOPPERS if FEEDERS if UTENSILS Weean supply you from Stocks or "Make To Your Own Design' ALL SHEET METAL REPAIRS, Telephone Liv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. POR YOUR CONVENIENCE The Family Needjs Supplied by BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, liverpool (Opp. Housing Commission Homes) Shop Here for Economy and Courteous Service. ATTENTION MOTORISTS ! Panel Beating and Repairs done cheaply. E. A. TAYLOR C/o. Collingwood Garage Hume Highway, Liverpool f Phone L?v. 317. j I J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT ; 3 CHRISTIE STREET, LIVERPOOL I GOOD DRY WOOD. BEST HOUSEHOLD CORL. J> Prompt Delivery Any Time_ j \ --------MT«¡MM---< LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL CARNYING SAND, ASHES, SOIL, METAL, Etc. Phone Liverpool 34. ACQUISE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Maln...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Associates [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Associa'es On WecTaestay, 30th October,- the compétition was a Bogey, and also the nal round of Mrs. J. Russell's trophy or best three bogey rounds. Mrs. C. Hunt won the competition w finishing 'sqrare,' and also won the ophy. Mrs. Hunt has a!so to be con .a'ulated cn reducing her handicap to 1. thereby entering what to every Asso [ cíate is known as the 'Silver' divisio; ! and ranks her as the lowest marker i the Club. Mrs. Hunt has been playin consistently throughout the season, an was runner-up in the Championship.

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

GOSSIP Ccnbiatula'icns tc Mrs. E. C. Gruchy. She lias achieved the status of J.P. * * A reunion ol the family of Mr. and Mrs. Alderson of Atkinson Street took place last week on the occasion of the £9th birthday of Mr. Alderson. Mrs. Alderscn had turned 79 just four days ¡ before. Two sons, Col. B. Alderson of I Tarmania and Mr. H. Alderson, of Cathcart, and three daughters. Mesdames jarvis, tetchell and Burton were pres- ent. * * . Frank Fern has a great reputation as the Carramar fishing champ since he pulled the 10-pound jewfish out of Pros- pect Creek. * * * Mr. Jack Cornes of the Crossroads Hotel flew down to Melbourne on Mon- day of last week and well devote his two weeks stay in the Southern Capital to golfing in addition to enjoying the racing carnival. * * * Imitation is thc sincerest form of flattery, and the penny pup of our aris- tocratic (lád) contemporary has lately tried a feeble imitation of the Leader's Gossip Column. By the way, remember the little story we had in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY Mr. Ray Mainsbridge [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

OBITUARY Mr. Ray Mainsbridge The death took place at his hom Hopetoun Avenue, Vaucluse at « p.m. on Sunday last of Mr. Raym Alfred Pester Mainsbridge, well-kn and respected in this district as a m ber of the Mainsbridge family who h bean prominently connected with ho 'jeeping and sporting activities here' many years. Mr. Mainsbridge, who was only years of age left a widow and i children to mourn his loss. In additi his broadmindedness, sportsmanship i affability cf character endeared him a vast host of friends. I The late Mi-. Mainsbridge had sufi ed a long period of illness going bj ten years or more. For many wi I past he had been confined to his j and the end expected by relatives a friends as inevitable at any time, had a flourishing dental, practice I King Street, City, which, it is uno stood, is to be taken over by a son c charged from the forces. The funeral, which took place Monday last, was one of the largest si tn Liverpool and representative every SECtion of the ccmmuuity...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

MRS HALL for DER1\ HAIR STYLING SALON Macquarie St., Liverpool for Che ONDULUX" PERM O YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Drinks, Ice Cream. Cen 3-ierv, Milk Bar. Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL AOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Paslry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes, ionery. Groceries. [TELEPHONE, LIV. 276 BEDDING BREAKFASTS ITERED FOR IN PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT PILLINGERS. Caterers 2 Station Road. AUBURN ne UX641? your next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser ) Terminus Street, Liverpool chineless, Eugene and Non-Electric ms. done with every comfort to the nt. Phone Liverpool 212 URLS WANTED! A Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. LIGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES CONGENIAL CONDITIONS 2 WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS ANNUALLY I APPLY : j LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO. terminus Street. Liverpool . Manufacturers of ROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES PHONE; LIVERPOOL 239 For Prompt Delivery of SAND, METAL, ASHES, SOIL Ot GENERAL CARRYING, GET BEN SHAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS REILLY ST., LIVERPOOI Phone Liv- 322 or Liv. 34i WANTED WOMEN wi'h ex- rience i Worsted m iders. GIRLS, 15 Î8 yea«, wish * I, without expedience. BOYS. Vacancies for a limit ed number. Good Waffe.-, fnr Juniors t< commerce. Adult rate ar U vars of affe if commencing a 15 yars of affe for femnles. \;,PLY: National Employmen Off c? or direct to Mil! Office.

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