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PUBLIC NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

PUBLIC NOTICE --4> - - The widely discussed film "Ti Hard Way" coming to the Reg Theatre on - Friday and Saturd week. August 30 and 31. is def j I ely not a picture for childrq Parents are requested to send th( children to thc Saturday afternoi matinee where 8 cartoons ha been selected for their entertai ment. "The Hard Way" carries the i commendation oí this thea! managemenlt. We think it is dramatic masterpiece with I Lupino taking her place arnon] the first five women actresses. Dramatic critics are unanimo that Lupino's performance in '1 Hard Way" é amps her as t natural successor to Bette Davis "The Hard Way" hasn't been film 'made' hy publicity. It h won ff *s place as an outstandi picture hy public acclaim. In Newcastle and Brisbane a [ mission figures for Hus film <equ I led those of "'Gone With i i Wind" in both centres. It is I surprise picture, most unusu: i handling a sensitive theme in 'delicate manner. fn a nursh theme of the film is, a sister (Lu ino) do...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Associates [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Associates On Wednesday, 14th inst, the StafcU ifjrd. competition was" welty patron;sed in spite ol the windy weather. Mrs. Anorews. With 27 points, won the event. Leading scores were: Mrs. Andrew; 27, Mrs. Wilknison 26, Mrs. Gooley 25, Mrs. MacFarlane 24, Mrs. Hunt 24, MiSi Fat Williams 23, Miss Harvey 21. There v as a good roll-up of Associates on Saturday, 17th August to participate in the liepean Illawarra stroke round. | Mrs. M. Gooley w.n the event, and also Mrs. D. Russell's trophy, which was run in conjunction with same. Tile course was in good condition, and there were three Associates who re- duced their handicaps on the round, viz. Mrs. Hunt (4 strokes), Mrs. An- drews (2 strokes) and Miss Pat Wil- liams (2 strokes). Leading scores: Mrs. Gooley 64. Mrs. Andrews 65, Mrs. Hunt 67, Miss P. Williams 67, Miss Battye 68, Mrs. Chap- ple 68, Mrs. D. Russell 68 and Mrs. Calvert C8. The L.G.U. Medal for the best thrse out of four stroke rounds has been won by Mi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY NOTES Application for Additional Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

POULTRY NOTES Application for Additional Wheat. With the object of assisting' the rear- ing of chickens during tne months of August ar.d Septsmbsr, the Minister for Ccmmer^e and Agriculture, Mr. W. J. Scully was asked by the A.P.F.A. tc grant an additional quota of wheat f\>r this purpose. . I The reply from Mr. Scully aated 8th August izaos as fellows: Dear Mr. Fearce, I would refer to ycur letter of thu 8tjj ulc. and your request that an addi- tional quota OÍ wheat be mace available for the poultry inaustry for the months 01 August and Saptember. I regret that diere lias tssn s_nie delay m giving a decision in this mat- ter, but this was largely influenced by the necessity of having the matter con- sidered al the meeting of the Wneat i-ittiiuuiian committee which was neia m Melbourne just recently. You- will no doubt recollect that early in July a 5 per cent, cut in the New South Wales ration was imposed, but at youl* request I cancelled this and re stalled the previous ration,...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

I SHOP LOCALLY Because yr ISI EASIER : i CHEAPER QUICKER j FRIENDLIER i When Local Shopkeepers prosper, thai Prosperity is reflected in IMore Local Employment. Brighter Premises.; Enhanced Prestige for Your Town. Let THE LEADER be Your Buying Guide. BUY LOCALLY FROM «LEADER; ADVERTISERS. Your WEDDING PHOTOGRAPH Taken at the Church or in your own home by skilled operators. Partes, als. Dances, also attended. Post Car db, 12/- per dozen EXPERT WORKMANSHIP '¡POT Appüintments consult I Florist CLARICE HOUGH 187 Macqu-Yie tl-.,, Liverpool Films De, er> ;ca and Printed, tl- all site9 Thone-. L!v. 508

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

OBITUARY The ¿eath occurred on Friday morn- ing last at his home in Illawarra Road, Moorebank of Mr. Harry Castles after a long illness. The late gentleman, who came to Liverpool many years ago after service hi the British Army in the first Grea" War. first settled in Hillview where both he and Mrs. Castle soon earned the esteem of neighbours and in the course cf time made many close friends. He was one of the stalwarts of the Return- ed Soldiers' League in his more active years and many old comrades express- ed their shock and feeling of ioss when his passing became known. Diggers flew their flag half-mast out of respect and were officially represented at his f une roi. The late Mr. Castle 5s so.ely sur- vived by his widow. This lady is well remembered and revered as a nurse and mid-wife both in the Liverpool district and in her native England where she was at one time at St. Batholomew's Hos lita!. After a service conducted by Rev. F. I Myer in St. Luke's Church the remains ' were...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMUNIST LEADERS TO VISIT CABRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

COMMUNIST LEADERS TO VISIT CABRAMATTA Three outstanding leaders in the Labor mo\ement viii visit Cabramatta I on August 30th to cfficiully open the j Communist campaign in the Werriwa J I electorate. I Mr. Je-. Mullin. Communist candi ! f'.atp for Werriwa and leader ot the j Ccmnu.nisf Party cn the South Caast. viii te acL-cmpanied by Mr. J. B. Miles and E/nie Thornton. Mr. Miles is national leader of the i I'crnmunisi Party.- a position he has ! .reid for sixteen years. ' Ernie Thornton is Federal secretary i I cf the Ironworkers' Uni:n. He repre- ] sented the Australian Trade Union ' Movement at the recent World Trade j 'Inion Conference in London and Paris, j after which he visited the Soviet Union. He has written several pamphlets, main- ly in connection with the trade union : movement. Ernie Thornton is also a member pf the Central Committee of the Australian Communist Party. i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNLAWFUL ASSAULT CONSTABLE CLEARED [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

UNLAWFUL ASSAULT CONSTABLE CLEARED I When OoiKtixbt? Hol^igshai of Lweraooll Fcdrfrse stood before Mr. H^jn^ev S.M. on Monday last to an- swer a charge of unlawfully assau't inr Gobion Lvn'-h, the had the p'ea.sure of hearing: Lynch's solicitor (Mr. Berry) ask for the charge to be withdrawn. Gritifyir." as this no dovbt was to the Constable it did not suit his de- fending: solicitor however. That gentle- man pointed out to the Magistral that similar charges ara inst the Police were all tco common ani in all esses they seriously alerted the officers' standing and progress in the force. He feare'' that such charges were often adop'e-' as the only form of defence by guilt" persons. To merely withdraw th° charge was not sufficient or fair. It ought to ge mandatory for the corn ought to be manda tory for the corn was not basis for the charge. Merely withdrpwin"- the charge did not clear I the officer of susuic'on. Mr. Berry promptly rose and made ¡ a free adm.irc¡hn thr$ wïïafever had (v...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

COURT NEWS Ivan Manuel Bouclier failed to ap- pear to answer a charge of offensive be- haviour, but his brother pleaded guilty for him and offered to pay any fine. Const. Raines gave evidence that de- fendant was flhting- in front of the Col- lingwood Hotel at 5.30 p.m. on 3rd August last. Mr. Harvey S.M. inflicted a fine of £1. * . * INDECENT BEHAVIOUR James Gavio was fined £2, in de- fault 4 days hard labour, after Const. Little gave sufficient evidence to con- vince the magistrate that he ''had be- haved .n an indecent manner on the Railway Bridge at Cabramatta last Sat- urday afternoon. . * * INDECENT LANGUAGE £5 or 10 days was the verdict when George Cameron was found guilty ol usVig indecent language Jfa Ralllvay Parade Cabramatta on Saturday. Constable Little told Magistrate Har- vey that he was inside the police call box and beard Cameron swearing as he chased two men down John Street.

Publication Title: Leader, The
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ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

ACCIDENTS _ An Anny truck cras¡hed through a large military shed at the junction of Moorebank Avenue and Illawarra Road last- Friday, making a big hole in the shed. The vehicle was so badly dam- aged that it had to bs towed away but fortunately no one was hurt. * * * About V.3P p.m. on Prday night s collision occurred between a car driven by Albert James Brown of Ingleburn and a stationery lorry cn Campbelltown Road. Ingleburn. Gc roon Walter Hem- ming, a passenegr. was injured and conveyed to Liverpool' Stt^e Hospital by the district ambulance. He suffered abrasions to the left shin and face and bruised ribs. The lorry was tlightly damaged but the car vas damaged extensively. Patrick Thomas hons. 53, of 109 Jehu Street, Cabramatta, was riding a bicycle in Smart, Street, Fairfield, when it ron off the road into a stormwater chan- nel. Long suffered such injuries af necessitated his removal to Parramatta Hospital where he was admitted suffer- ing from concussion and possible pelvic i...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Drinks. Ice Cream, Con ,ery. Milk Bar. Milk Shakes a»J Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL OORE ST., LIVERPOOL .undies. Sandwiches. CaKvs and Pastrv. Anderson's Smallwoods Tobacco and Cigarettes nery. . Groceries Telephone Liv. 276 EDDING BREAKFASTS "ERE» FOR IX PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT CLINGER'S, Caterers Station Road, AUBURN \ UX6413 lour next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser Terminus Street, Liverpool nelesst Eugene and Non-Electric done with every comfort to the Phon* Liverpool ">12 IRLS WANTED! A Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. LIGHT WORK, GOOD WAGES (CONGENIAL CONDITIONS 12 WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS I ANNUAL!, V APPLY lUVERPOOL CLOTHING CO. [erminus Street. Liverpool Manufacturers of [ROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES PHONE: LIVERPOOL 239 CQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED PPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. actuarte St. (next Mainsbridge*) es in stock all the popular Tobacco.'. id Cigarettes, and a wide range of i mokers' Accessories ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

GOSSIP -* After baby Kevin Wilfred was bap- tised at St Lute's Church on Sunday last by Rev. F. Meyer, a Christenihs ' Farly was held at the home of his proud parents Mr. and Mrs. Penny of Speed Street, Liverpool. Although Kevin was too wrapped up in other things to take much interest, » happy time was enjoyed by all the adults present. Uncle Laddie Dixon gave « wonderful tura as a sleep-walker. Mac's act was a 6cream toe, though same of those present claimed it waa a blt scanty. * ? * Friends will be glad to learn that Mrs. Hubbard of Moorebank who liai been act inmate of Lewisham Hospital for some weeks and was operated on lon Monday lest is progressing favour- ably. Son Jack is also in hospital Manly District-and is doing well. * » * Friends ot Charlie Burton gathered at the home of Mrs. Hislop in North- umberland Street to celebrate Charlie's birthday cn Saturday, Prominent among the celebrants were Laddie Dixon and Bill Hughes. Jackie Davies sang, as did Reggie Jeeves. Reg- gie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

j FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRS ANN'S GIFT SHOP 43 BURWOOD ROAD. BURWOOD MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS REILLY ST., LIVERPOOI Phone Liv 322 or Liv. 34 WANTED WOMEN wi fe experience a Worsted! menders. GIRLS, 15-18 years, wijh « without experience. BOYS. Vacancies for a lani' ed number. Good Wages for Juniors t< commence. Adult rate a" li years of age if commencing a 15 y°ars of age for females. APPLY: KVional Employing Off'ce or dire« to Mill Office LOOK AHEAD TO SUMME» HOLIDAYS m "CARALUXl CARAVANI is a HOME ON WHEELS H 2 or 4 l>***+h. HP 12 to 20ft. ? Kitted as a Modern Home. Im Enquire from '«I CARALUX CARAVAN COr® ? 1 Mooreb-nk Avnue- Liverpc"" 'Phone: L'v. 436 Èà ir St. Coleman's Ptv. Ltd. h*ve mm aDplication undev Rect'on (¿0^2 of ? Liquor Act for renalrs, altor-Wm VLf Whittons to t*e Cabramatta H">tel TVL¿ ninp, imo £25 000. Manv more &Vf rooms are protected, a ma~niflceirt toR? new lavatories, septic tanks, etc. mtZ the tilcsnsin.? Court apprives. and practically c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

fitas Races I THE OAKS JOCKEY CLUB I SATURDAY, 21st SEPT. j£ NET PROCEEDS CAMDEN DISTRICT HOSPITAL £100 Prize Money #. Membership, £1/1/- per year. Admission .*© Ground!: Gents 5/-. Ladies 2/-. PUBLICAN'S BOOTH Afternoon Tea Obtainable on Ground. Also Hot Water PROGRAMME 1. -1.30 pm. MAIDEN HANDICAP 4 Fur. (Entrv 10/0) . . £7 £2 £1 (For horses thal have not won at The Oaks) 2. -2.5 p.m. DOCTORS' FLYING. 5 Fur. (Enfry20/0).. ¿15 £3 £2 3. -2.40 p.m. NURSES* STAKES. 6 Fur. (Entry 10/0) . £10 £3 £2 4. -3.15 p m. RESTRICTED HANDI- CAP. 5 Fur. (Entry 10/0) ? .. £10 £3 £2 (For horses that have run hut never won at The Oaks including 1, 2, 3 Races um this programme). 5. -3.50 p.m. PRESIDENT'S HANDI- CAP. 6 Fur. (Entry 20/0) .... £25 £5 il .25 p.m. BEATEN STAKES (Post Entry) 4 Fur. (Entry (10/0) .. £5 £2 £1 ) (For horses beaten during the afternoon) Minimum Weight for all races, .Sst. 71hs. Maximum Weight, ll stone- Penalty of 71lbs. to be carried by winning horses ah second start. PLEASE NO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

ONE DAY YOU WILL COME TO OUR COUNTER COME THIS WEEK AND INSPECT OUR HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS IN DRAPERY ! WILLIAM O'CONNOR I 233 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ELECTORS OF WERRINA VOTE (1) H. P. LAZZARINI He has served you faithf"l!y a*-d well for many years now. Remained loyl to the laie John Ctrrtin duHn<r Aus- tralia's Ww effort. Now strongly sup- porting the Prime Minister. Mr. Ben. Chifley ta his fight to WIN the Peace. Don't kt your effort be "Too Little, Too Lafe." Vote 1: H. P. LAZZARINI ft» SeUtHod Mid Endorsed L ABO VB Candidate. Vote, Senate Three: Ashley, Arnold, Large. VOTE YES the Three Referendum Questions. Minister tor Works «na Hotutajt Authorised ß. H. Banks, Div. Campaign Director. ^ GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS Local Dealer A. C. MCGRATH HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL. WHAT YOU'VE WAITED FOR : THE NEW CHEVROLET AND PONTIAC CARS CHEVROLET UTILITIES AND TRUCKS. MAPLELEAF TRUCKS. Place Your Order Kow to Ensure Early Delivery. Authorised Dealer, A. C. McGRATH, Pho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

G. COOPER For AU Garden Requisites * CARNATIONS in all the N'est varieties. CT IT FLOWERS SEEDLINGS SHRUBS RTTLK SEEDS FERTILIZERS 203 Macquarie St., Liverpool and 20 Loloma SK, Cabram?£ta

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

COLES GENERAL MERCHANTS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WINES 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL NOW YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ATTENTION ! A GOOD HOSE IS ESSENTIAL. r l inch PLASTIC HOSE, per focf " 1 r j, 3 PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot, 9¿d r J inch 3 PLY RUBBER HOSE 1/1 per foot Orders Called for «nd DdWered to AU Part» of the District Telephone Liverpool 119. THE SHAMROCK" FLOWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL (Opp. Fire Station) POTTERY (Cement) CUT FLOWERS WREATHS BOUQUETS SPRAYS 3 BRAY . FLORIST OL LIN GW O O Dj GARAGE j THE FORFFRONT FOR I 20 YEARS. I ;ficial N.R.M.A. Garage. £ leneral Motor Engineering | Body Building % Panel Beating, Ducoing, Í Oxy Welding | 'OFFICIAL TESTER | M. Barrett, Prop. Y lONE: LIVERPOOL 317 | [GIRLS CHAT.T.ENGE XMJ.FN MILLS : T.TMTTF.O WCANCTC :rk. w>h or wi'-hon'- Textile pnce. a«red 15 to 18 years Soys, 15-16 years. Office, Chahenge Mills, ? ' w -Liverpool. Tel. Liv. 30. and Liverpool 538. WHAT NO SALES .? a daily newspaper recen.ly a frus i lady home-setter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

' LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED URGENTLY in Liverpool District. Submit particulars immediotely. No sale no comrtUssipn basis. For quick results ring, write or call SYDNEY FARM (SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney Phone Bl 188- After hours, Tel. FU5950. FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Estete Specialists Call, Write, ^or Ring Liv. 373. 231 M/^UARIE 1ST, rr ^^JLT^RPoâ^^^ AUCTION SALES . AUCTION SALE By order and on account of the Public Trustee, es Execvtor in the will of Alex- ander Findlay Thomson, Mr. E. Tully VID sell on the premises at Hoxton Park at 2.30 p.m. on Pridsy 23rd August. 1946: AH t^ose pieces or parce's of land .»t situated at Hoxton Pprk. Parish of Sj! Cabramatta County of Cumberland, IV being lots 773. D.P. 2475. having an t. «rea of about 3 acres and being the wdiole of the land comorised in Cer * tmcate of TiitSej. Registered Volume 1551, Polio 25i and lets 774 775 D.P. 2475, havine an a<-ea of about 5 acres, 1 rood, 15? perches, and be'ng the ...

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PASQUALE PUTS PELLETS IN PALS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

PASQUALE. PUTS PELLETS! IN PALS I Vis'ons of the Black Hand Socii ithe Camorra, the Pana Sicilian bi ditti and lots of lovely gore runnin all making hot news and thereby bul lng up the good old circulation-*n ihjave been tantal'ftng tve |"itads city editors on Monday last. They the urard through their special gn >¿ie th \t on that day one Pasqi Caselli wa? to be chirped with I charging a fiTea-m without lawful cuse thereby injuring the swanhv hi of Antonio ScaTello and Paulo Alva So they bad their pack of palting p cillers pressing the'r pants on the n bennes of the press-box at the Courthouse. It whs a bfer diirppoirMrefitl the bovs (heaven knows how they sq« ed off to their respective edito-s wi thev got b'ck to town) when it devel ed from the evidence of D?t-S^t. Pi that poor Pasq^a'e. far from bein blo-id-hungry feudis*. bad merely Í à shot at some little bennies. It hf dcelnped whether he bit them or but he did put two peTets out of 'cai+r'dee jnto Paulo, one in the ¡ of the...

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PARENTS AND CITIZENS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

PARENTS AND CITIZENS A very successful dance was held on Sa+-urdav, A'-grst 17th under the aus- pices of the Liverpool Parents and Citizens' Association. About 400 dancers enjoyed Bob Gay's orchestra which pro- vided up-to-date and agreeable music. Mr. Russ Champion proved an excel- lai *; and popular M.C. and put on some interests novelties. Prominent i workers were Messrs. Hanna. Nan-1 carrow, Hind, Scott and Twemlcw. The sports equipment of the school will benefit by this dance. j Novelty winners were Cpl. Jardine and Mirie Thurtell. Private Tscherping. Mrs. Taylor and Bill Dodd. PrenaraMons are well in h?nd for the Re-union Ball to be held on September 10th. Tickets are seeing well. Mr. Russ Champ'on is very busy preparing- his entertaining novelties. This promises to be the ball of the Season and dancers are urged to se- cure their tickets early.

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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

AROUND THE TOWN in the forefront since the cessation of hostilities in achieving pre-war normalcy cf cimlfcrl and service for' hotel paircns,, Mr. Jack Mar.jjen oC the Collas, wrcd. ir. mak.r,g extensiva a Iterativs and additions to his already spacious and c;sy kun^e. Already the mecca ni discriminating locals, the Collingwood lounge is sure to attract cn zw ..-.videnins circle of seekers alter ¡oíd \iq:\zr wei! lerved in congenial * urroundiu;s. When Mi-. W. Davis V. avelled up from Cabramatta to do a spot of shopping for Mrs Davis he ran into Hughie Watt in Macquarie Street. "Got to get an egg-beater for the wife, Hughie." quoth Mr. Davis. "Cime with me. Coles have them. Saw them advertised in the Leader;" \ : tantesrcit Mr. Waft. En- tering Coles' Emporium, Mr. Watt call- ed out, 'Show us one of those egg-beat- ers you have in the Leader Jack.' ' wink- ing brcaoiy behind the Davis back. Entering into the spirit of the thing. | Mr. Cole took them alcng and mo- tioned towards ene ...

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