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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

Camelia Florist % ] x (Mrs. Trapman.) ? 34 MOORE STREET, LIVERPOOL j % For Real and Artificial Flowers, Real and Artificial Wreaths,,: ft Crosses, Cushions, any design. Wreaths, in color patches. Glass; $ Dome Wreaths, Sprays, Floral Baskets, Bouquets, etc. X DELIVERED ANYWHERE jl: Phone: Liverpool 32S. DAY QR NIGHT j: ORDERS LEFT SATURDAY, DELIVERED SUNDAY -j or from '.<? Mrs. McDONALD, 74 Terminus Street, Liverpool. | DEPARTMENT OE RAILWAYS, NEW SOUTH WALESl JUNIOR CLERKS required for METROPOLITAN AREA Applications closing with Employment Officer on Monday, 2nd December, 1946, are invited from youthfc educated to Inter- i mediate Standard, and between 15 and 18 years of age on 1st.' ; January, 1947. GOOD PROSPECTS OF ADVANCEMENT Annual leave, free passes, sick pay and pension benefits. FREE RAIL TRAVEL TO AND FROM DUTY. Applicants will be subjected to educational test in Aril.hinetic, ! Spelling and Writing. Any qualification in Shorthand or Typewriting should be indica...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

CAR LAUNDRY ^ WASHING if WAXING it POLISHING it COMPOUNDING Have Your OM Car I^ook Like New COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. Hump Highway, UVERPOOL (opp. Collingwood Hotel) GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE A C. MCGRATH, Ml MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. TEL LIVERPOOL 176

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

MANCHESTER! WEAVING ; MILLS REILLY ST., LIVERPOOL Phone Liv- 322 or Liv. 346 WANTED A WOMEN wi th esq .rienc* W Worsted! molders. GIRLS, 15 18 yean, W$b « without experience. BOYS. Vacancies for a limit- ed number. '% Good Wages for Juniors t ;ominence. Adult rate at 1 years of age if commencing 1 '5 years of age for females »f9 APPLY: National Employing

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL MERRYMAKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

LIVERPOOL MERRYMAKERS -4. Tho Liverpool Merry-Makers branch of thc Eureka Youth League held a suc- cessful meeting on Wednesday, October 30th in the School of Arts. There was a good attendance. Tile activities of thc League were < ::tlinr-d I:y a very active and capable Youth, Don Taylor. Also in attendance was a member of E.Y.L. State Coun- cil. Paul Johnson, who stressed the need for Unity among the Youth of our laud and International lrtationship and co« operation and understanding of Youth. Tlie president then coiled for a new r'-rtion of ollleers, (he following being lected: í Resident: Prank Kolinac. Vice-president: Les Taylor. Chairman: Joan Malyn. Secretary: Don Taylor. Ti cam cr: Pamela Thomson. Organiser: Matt Glavlck. Social and Sports Committee: Joyce Ricly, Muriel Riely. Marie James, Joe GiTjevjMr, Erick Hickman; Jack Mac kenslzc. As has been pointed out previously, tjfccy are a non-party, non-sectarian organisation, governed tty the Youth themselves. Meeting...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY FARMERS Egg Marketing Board Elections [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

POULTRY FARMERS Egg Marketing Board Elections I By courtesy ot the Returning Officer, Dr. Hynes, the General Secretary and the President of the A.P.P.A. acted as scrutineers at the counting of votes in the E¿g Marketing Board elections. Only one candidat a exercised his right to nominate a scrutineer to watch his in- terests. Th« posting of ballet papers was to be done befcre 5 p.m. on Oct- ober 29th, tut 201 ballot papers bore the date stamp of the 31st October, and acordingly were too late to ba included in the poll. This meant that 6 per cent of those who voted did so in vain through non-observance of the explicit instruc- tions to post before 5 p.m. on the 29th October. A total of 2084 votes were lodged, an additional 80 being informal, or being lodged by persons who, in most Instances, stated they were no longer qualified. In regard to No. 1 District. On the counting of primay votes Mr. A. A. Tegal, retiring Board member, secured 602 votes, which was 80 above the num- ber to be...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

(TO THE EDITOR) -it,_ Dear Sir, The request of the Ional blanch of the Communist Party {referred to in the Secretary's letter arcpesravr in last $«s"e) to Hon. J. MeGirr to. uree the St«te /rovemment to le<nsla*e immed- iately for a 40-hour week phis £1 in 1 crease in the tws'c wage is part and parcel of an organised olan bv that 1 party to embarrass the Lafrr Govern 1 me"ts of the Commonwealth and the ! State. Our Prime Minister has recited to I si'ch-like demands more than on"e. Arbitration '« the ooiicv of the Labor Party-not direct ac+i°n-a"d the con- fidence of the b'Jlk of Australians, in tha*. nolicy was reiected in the recent elec- tions. Desoite ten ycrs of anti-Laboi Government, in the tMrties, when *tu xtm»¡rprx' Ji^îrier standards were drastic- ally lowered the livins standard ir Aiwt,<^lia wa« Ha^d fourth in an auth- oritative world, a'lrvey wade recemtftv onlv U.S.A.. Canada, and New Zea- land rankin» higher. It mav. of course, be m're coincidence...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

SIGHT IS YOUR MOST perrini ra: GIFT . . On the slightest suspicion of Eve Trouble rONSfILT H. SHAW, M Ph., MIO, F I O. ! 193 Macquarie Street :: Liverpool] SHOP LOCALLY Because IT IS EASIER CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosper, that Prosperity is reflected it More Local Employment. | Brighter Premises. j Enhanced Prestige for Your Town. j i Let THE LEADER be Your Buying Guide. BUY LOCALLY FROM 'LEADER' ADVERTISERS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

THE COURTS Just missed the dozen on the drunk's parade at Liverpo:! Court this week, cnly eleven of them be'ng on the list. Two appeared in person, Walter Sund strom 69, and Francis Griffin, 57, both plsadin? guilty and being admonished ind discharged by Mr. M. Meagher S.M. Alf Collins 60, Jimes Sweeney 61, Jeremiah Niven 53 Thomas Ford 58, Frank George Johnson 40, J?seph Dick- enson 52. George Leslie Ful'agher 59, and Charles F. Croft 73. fa'Jed to ap- pear and forfeited ten bob bail each. The 1-st hamed charged twice, failed to appear twice, an4 forfei'ed twice. * * * Fa'se P etences Now Walter Samuel Smith went along to Percy Themas Gill who lives in Reserve E-:ad. Cab anmtta, - n Oet3be' '7th and wangled out of him bottles and bags to thc velue of £2/5/- by pre- tending that he was buy ne on behalf of Mr. H. H. H. Fle~g of Liverpool. Walter (who said he was better known as "Woody") faced Mr. Meagher S.M. cn Monday to answer for his false pre- tences. Mr. He?g grave evidence that...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

GOSSIP Well, will If there is my Justice in the hearts of the Liverpool Civic Father« they'll subsidfee the local Sub-branch of the R.S.L. to the extent of £100 for the nation-wide advertisement the Town has had for the past ten days. There'll be more at the week-end too, for on Friday (tomorrow)' night there's to be a meeting at which State Presi- dent K. Bolton «sd the State Executive of the League will be present to decide the issue on the sew eligibility ruling -and where Mr. Bolton goes, there goes the Press in force also. . * * That friendly fixer of Fords - and better ' cant-Pat CuOm, ls holidaying at Cronulla with Mr». Pat and the little Cullens. Says he'll be back for Tuesday's council meeting though - wouldn't miss lt for worlds. (And dont YOU either!). . * * That cowardly cur. the deg-poisoner, is once more active in the town. Look after your pet. . * * Capt. Mann, In charge ol t.l.c Sal- vation Army in Liverpool, ls back after a pleasant holiday with his family in Brisba...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL LOSES HOSPITAL TO FAIRFIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

LIVERPOOL LOSES HOSPITAL TO FAIRFIELD It is with real regret we have to announce that as a result of the conference of "interested parties" held in the of fee of. the Minister of Health (Hon. J- J. Kelly), 52 Bridge Stree!; Sydney ru 2..30 p. ni. last Thursday, the pro j celled hospital to serve this district will not be built in Liverpool. Present at the meeting representing Liverpool, was the Mayor (Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick), and the Town Clerk (Mr. J. Marsh). Messrs. A. Childs and H. Jardine reT.j e:ntcd the ¿;cal Hospital Beard Messrs. Edmondson and Scott, Nepean Shire and Mr. Harley Daley, Ingleburn Snii'c. Representing Cabra- matta was t/.c Mayor (Aid, Adams). Pri:r to cntciinj th» m?jestàc r orla ls or the mini .lei ¡al office an | a item t was rr ide ty Aid. E. Smith, who claimed to represent the rate- j Flyers of Liverpool, to attach him- j telf to the delegation. The.-; was an "líerc-iínn between Aid. Smith, 1 who had come straight from work anj was- in h"\ overalls, and thc...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

X i Our Motto £ THE HOICEST FRUITS f* JVD VEGETABLES | Only % ? BILLETT I oil Si, LIVERPOOL I HEELERS Phone Liverpool 65 RUIT MIXED UAD FRUITS 1/8 1/1 pktV lb. CROCKERY TEAPOTS IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL 4 Railway street, Liverpool Phone: Liv. 219 MATRON H. C. DAVTES T.N.A. A.N.F. (State Ueç.i General and Obestric fusts X~X~XK^~:~.v;~X"XK~X'*->-\ -ICATESSEN J HAMBURGER \ AND COFFEE INN:*: MILLER'S ! COTT ST. 'mn. Fire Stution) LIVERPOOL V* YS FRESH- A SMALL GOODS ? CONFECTIONERY t E CREAM & MILK BAR ! x~x-:-x-x-:-X"X~x-x-x-x- : ones DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: SS HOUGH 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station OLL IN GW OODÍi GARAGE THE FOREFRONT FOR| 20 YEARS. J í icial N.R.M.A. Garage. | «neral Motor Engótcering ¿ Body Building Pasel Beating, Ducoiag, X Oxy Welding $ OFFICIAL TESTER | M. Barrett, Prop. jf| IONE: LIVERPOOL 3171| ><X~K">*5^H"XKK"X~XK**X~X*,i WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23. ROSES Last chance to ...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

BIRTHDAY PARTY A party was held in the Masonic Hall, Liverrcol. on November 1st. to cele- brate the coming-of-a.2e on 25th October ¡ ri Bill, youncDr son cf Mr. and Mrs. V. Fa-.tlin cf Military Camp, Liverpool,-i and to w:lcsme home their cider sm Ks:i t'rcm overssas on whc^o oir'-hdny ' the event w?s held, this \:¿inz his irrst b rthiay at heme since the. ovtbrrak of v.ar. He a^d his wi? journeyed from Melbourne to bs prrscnt, and friends came from Nawcastle and Ccwra to ce am mg the 100 gues*s present. Dancing commenced at 8 p.m. tc muñe supplied by Mrs. Meehan and at 10 c'clcck the party ad'ourned for sup- per, where the tables were beautifully laid. On the tables of the guests o* honrur was a double-decker cake, made by their mother and iced by Miss Pant Jin aunt of the boys. Mr. Smith of Bigge Street was chairman and the ixual toasts were honoured, both boys s- itably responding. Bill ws then pre- sented with the key of the house by his father, also with a large key which was a...

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WELCOME HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

WELCOME HOME There was a large gathering of friends and relatives at the home of Mr. and Mi's. Pascoe, 27 Goulburn Street, Liver- pool on Sunday afternoon last to wel- come home twenty-one-years old Ken- neth John Pascoe. Ken, who has been away two years in the merchant navy,. and two years and three months in the USA Army Transport, was the recipient of many wjjngn*tu1ati <is on his award of the American Bronze Star. He had taken part in nine landings altrgether and ended his service as a second officer. Since his arrival on Tuesday Ken has proved a very retiring young man, but on Sunday his friends pulled him out of his shell a little. The party went on during the afternoon and into the night. That popular local entertainer Billy Cotterfil was the life of the party with ,song and story.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

C LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED URGENTLY in Liverpool District. Submit particulars immediately. No sate no commission basis. For quick results ring, write or call SYDNEV FARM SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney Phone Bl 188- After hours. Tel FVS950. I FARMS WANTFn E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Spec;al'st? Cali, Write, or Ring Liv. 373. 231 MACQUARIE ST., . LIVERPOOL g FOR SALE MORRISON 1 r^p. motfr- cutiVators. complete with 3 sets tynes, plow and j hiller £75. immediate delivery. Dis- tributors, Tractor and Implement Co.. 1 634 Harris St. Sydney. WHEN SHE SAYS "YES" go to WEIR and GREEN for the ENGAGEMENT . and WEDDING RINGS. Many beau- tiful designs. Weir and Green, Liver- pool. TYRES, TYRES. TYRES. We have the largest stock in the District. 161n, 17 in, 18in. 19in, 20in and 21in. Also 32x6 and 32x7 Truck. Tyres. L. Raw, Cross Roads Garage, Liverpool. Phone Liv. 238. TRUCK TYRES. We have 700x20 and 828x20 Truck Tyres, natural rubber. Special disccunt of 20 per cent. Limi'ed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

    y Por Ail eins«»« of A Í FLORAL ART J $ CLARICE HOUGH;!; V 187 Macquarie St..*! X LIVERPOOL t * Phon« Liverpool 508 Y .. -....^""^^ i»'T-^i»Ä|Pii I A. T. MURRAT ^ $ CHEMIST T ^Macquarie St., LIVERPOOLS X Phon« Liv 223 L X Cure that Cough. ;¡ j; CARBONATED ; I COUGH MIXTURE j I X for Bronchitis and Dry Cough*! I I 2/- per bottle J XMAS SPECIAL I 3-ROQM SCHEMES î \+ BEDROOM (complete) I <¿ LOUNGE SUITE >| I DINING'STJITE KITCHEN SUITE from ! £99/18/6 X Cash, Tem», or Lay-by ¡GEO. PURDUE ï 97 ARGYLE STREET, X .j> (Oj)p. Parramatta Station) Î Also 150 CHURCH STREET,J 'i PARRAMATTA X I UW9075 !ÎM.ILI,UO()US, DELICACIES Fresh Dally---City Priced at J K I N G Macquarie St., Liverpool Kew CA.MJH:LVJK f-",in;illtjooas. oli.icro a nd Cl,ai riles, Sandwiches Telephone: Liv. 334 1 MURRAY'S I BREAD A. ! W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Horte Shoeing andi General Smithing. A tradesman*» job guaranteed. WILLIAM A. STEEL SOLICTTOR 2...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

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

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CHRISTENING PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

CHRISTENING PARTY ?'fl There was a happy gathering of rela- tives and1 friends at the home of Mrs. Davison of Gordon Road, Moorebank, last Sunday, to celebrate the christening of lier grandson, Robert Raymond, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Davison reside at Hoxton Park» The nicely deco- rated cake was made as a'gift by "Mrs. Neilson of Moorebank. Robert also re- ceived a beautiful silver mug, silver spoon and fork set and a collection of other gifts. The guests were led in community singing by Mr. Fred Minn, ably accom- panied on the piano-accordian by Mrs. Mason of Newbridge Road, who also added to the enjoyment of the com- pany by providing music for dancing. A tasty muTet supper was prepared by Mrs. Davison and) Mfrs. Brown, Whose son Keith dispersed the refreshments.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

DEPAR1MENT OF RAILWAYS,1 NEW SOUTH' WAIiES^ Applications closing with Employment Officer on Mpnjdáy. 2M « December, 1946, are invitad from youthk educated "to Inter* mediate* Standard, and between Î5 and 18 years of age on 1%^ January, 1947. GOOD PROSPECTS OF ADVANCEMENT Annual leave, free passes, sick pay and! pension benefits. FREE RAIL TRAVEL TO AND*" FROM" DUTY:. Applicants wilî be subjected t© educational test irri ArilrtirnatiCj. Spelling and1 Writing-. . Arly qualification in Shorthand) or Typewriting shbirfd be iridica '] ted >àm special application form- obtainable from the- Employment Officer, Room 90; Second ? Floor; Central Railway Station«; required for METROPOLITAN ARO S R : ' Nicholas;. Swrotary for Railways* CA ME LA À FLORIST I 3*^MOORE?ST., UYERPOojL Real and Artificial Flowers % Vftxaths, Sprays, Floral Basis Bôuquets, etc. K Delivered rAnyjriïere 5 THONE: LIV. 325. f iBvders may be left also at Mr». MCDONALD W ? 74 Terminus Sf., UwrpmoÊ, I ?SL CO ©P ER: ! ' Fo...

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Break, Enter, and Steal [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

Break, Enter, and Steal Robert J. Thorne and Eciwin H. Scott rere charged! with breaking, entering and stealing from the premises of Al- bert Clarence McGrath on the morning of 31st October last. Among the items taken were 4 spanners, 2 screwdrivers, a set of block spanners, 6 packets ot cigarette papers, 8 ounces of tobacco, a book, 14 spark plugs, 14/2} in postage stamps, £6/10/- in cash and a large number of petrol coupons. Det.Constable Neal gave evidence that when he questioned Thorne on the mat- ter the latter claimed that he had gone to the pictures on the night in question. Then he went home and read until 3 a.m. after which he went to McGrath's garage where he had broken the window with a hammer taken from his home and got In and taken the goods. He la*er sold some of the tools taken to a man in Milperra. \Cor*tinu5ng4 Con*;. Neal said tha| the following day he had seen Scott who at first declined to make any statement. After he bad been told that he had been seen trying to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

MRS. HALL for DDERN HAIR STYLING SALON I Macquarie St, Liverpool for ({he ONDULUX I PERM KE YOUR APPOINTMENT I EARLY. ITHE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Drinks. Ice Cream, Coll- iery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL OORE ST., LIVERPOOL .unches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. >nery. Groceries. ÍELEPHONE, LIV. 276 pDDING BREAKFASTS ÏERED FOR IN PUBLIC HALLS ; CONSULT fLLINGER'S. Caterers fStation Road, AUBURN fUX 6413 )ur next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser Terminus Street, Liverpool neless> Eugene and Non-Electric . done with every comfort to the Phone Liverpool 212 WANTED! SA Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. GHT WORK. GOOD WAGES ÍÍNGENIAL CONDITIONS WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS VNUALLY [VERPOOL CLOTHING CO. «linus Street. Liverpool I Manufacturers ot jCKS, COATS and COSTUMES lONE: LIVERPOOL 239 APPLY: Prompt Delivery of IAKD, METAL, ASHES, SOIL of iENERAL CARRYING, GET BEN SHARP Castlereagh Street, Live...

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