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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

FOR THAT XMAS HAIR DO MISS MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT ST, LIVERPOOL, advises you 'to make yo*fr appointment early. Phone, Liv- 368 SELL YOUR POULTRY at Httgheot Fricejs to F. COOK ALFRED ROAD MOOREBANK 'Phone: UB1067 CAR LAUNDRY + WASHING if WAXING if POLISHING if COMPOUNDING Have Your Old Car Look Like New COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING. CO. Home Highway, LIVERPOOL. (opp. Collingwood Hotel)

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURTS Pinched Pots from a Pub [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

THE COURTS Pinched Pots from a Pub Michael Slattery went to the Fair- field Hotel last Saturday and not only indulged in a noggin or two but left the house of sundry vessels of refresh- ment in his pockets. This was divulged by Constable Little of the Lvierpool. Police when giving evidence against Mick when he war charged before Mr. Meagher S.M. at Liverpool Police Court last Monday with having goods in his possession suspected of having been stolen. Little said that at about 6.30 p.m. on the da*e in question he saw the de- fendant at the scene of a motor acci- dent at Warwick Farm. Defendant ap- peared to be trying to hide Fomething in his pockets. It was found that he was trying to hide seven glasses. En- quiries showed that he had taken them earlier in the day from the Fairfield Hctel. Over 100 glasses were stolen from this hotel at the week-end. One publican in the district claimed that he was losing £2 worth of glasses per week. The offence was very prevalent. Mick was mulcted ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

<Ii»!»<»4 H»? Mt11I1 V ¿fem* jüH^r .v.* ... - CHOICEST FRUITS '} ANO VEGETABLES J Only I II. BILLE ft I Scott St, LIVERPOOL f. HEELERS Phone Liverpool 65 ti. i ANAS CURRANTS 0 11£ ' lb. {IR MATS 8/6 ll! COIR MATTING 6/11 yardi IT. IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL I 14 Ra D way .Street, Liverpool : Phone: Liv. 219. I MATRON H. C. DAVIES ?$*.T.N.A. A.TÏ.F. (State Reg.) .:; General and Dbestric Cases ICATESSEN $ HAMBURGER AND COFFEE INNS MILLER'S [SCOTT ST ion-. Fire Station) Y . LIVERPOOL !. jjjWAVS FREfèH- A SMALL GOODS § CONFECTIONERY $ E CREAM & MILK BAR | DRYCLEANERS : Liverpool: SS HOUGH. 187 Macquarie Street Cabranuitta': -GERAGHTY, opp.. Railway Çtation OLLINGWOOD! GARAGE I X THE FOREFRONT FOR| 20 YEARS. f kial N.R.M.A. Garage.*»; fenera! Motor Engineering Body Building l'âne! Beating, Ducoing, f. X A A Â A ,t, Oxy Welding í í: OFFICIAL TESTER M. Barrett, Prop. J IONE: LIVERPOOL 3171 NEW AND ENLARGED LOUNGE ^SERVICE it SECLUSION * SELECT COMPANY HOTEL HUME H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL TWeek-rügnt sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday end Saturday, 6.IS p.m. Saturday Maltnee, 1.30 p.m. minié to notify if not coming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. FRIDAY «nd SATURDAY November 22, 23 (Nights Only) {Winner of Five Academy Awards for 1946. ' "THE LOST WEEK -END" " Also Vera Lynn in «YÖV CANT DO WITHOUT LOVE" (G) SATURDAY MATINEE SPECIAL "Chips" Rafïerty ia «RATS OF TOBRUK" (G) | _I MONDAY andi TUESDAY November 25 and 26 "MY FRIEND ! PUCKA'' Ü! In Technicolor Also John Wayne i'n «THE NORTHERNER*' (G) WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY November 27 and 28 The Year's Funniest Film. Abbott and Costello in HERE COME THE CO EDS" (G) Also Dagwood and Blondie in .UFE WITH BLONDIE" (G) j VERY SOON. "-SPELLBOUND" for 3 Nights. "SMITHY" for 3 Nights. "THE STORK CLUB" Next Friday and Saturday 'Phone after December 2nd, 1946 UB7608 USE THIS FORM FOR A CLASSIFED ADVERTISEMENT THE LEADER" If unable to leave at Newsagençy dr Office, post to "The Leader," 1^5 Ca...

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EJECTMENT REFUSED TEZZA vs CASTIGLIONI [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

EJECTMENT REFUSED TEZZAw CASTiCUONI A SPECIAL COURT lield at Liverpool on Monday, with Mr. Hardy, S.M. who had returned from Grenfell, whjere he is now stationed, especially to deal with the matter, presiding, ihe long-drawn out case of Letizia Tezza vs.. Giovanni Castiglioni was concluded . Mrs. Tezza liad applied for an. ejectment order against Castg lioli, a tenant in one of iier Mac- quarie Street shops, who trades under the_ name of Castey. Mr. LieVlie, instructed ly Mr. W. Steel, appeared for the claim- ant, and Mr. Col ready for the de- fendant. In evidence Mrs. Tezza said she had issued on 8th july this year, a notice to Castiglioni to quit 168 Macquarie Street hy 9th September. She had become thc owner of three shops, including Castiglioni's. tw> days earlier. She had gone with Mr. Steel lo 'o-fk through the place. She told Cas tiglioni that she wanted every hing new. The wall* were dani]). Cas tiglioni was very upset and re- fused to let them look through.. On the 8th J...

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

+ WATCH * HUME STUDIOS ARE MAKING A SPECIAL DISPLAY OF GIFTS I FOR THEIR MANY CLIENTS AND FRIENDS "1 PRE-WAR SILVERWARE LATEST IN EASTERN FILAGREE i. if MODERN PLASTIC WARE 1WATCH OUR WINDOWS HUME STUDIOS 215 MACQUARIE STREET :: LIVERPOOL 'PHONE, LIVERPOOL 261 NUINE GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE A, C. MCGRATH,141 MACQUARIE snu^r, LIVERPOOL TEL LIVERPOOL 176

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

Xmas Spirits ^ AND WINES 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL SUPPLIES ASSURED IF YOU ORDER NOW, FROM PHONE: LIVERPOOL 199 , DOZEN LOTS, ASSORTED, OF WINES, CIDER~ WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN* RUM AND LICQUERS. _« _._' WOLLONDILLY 1 FLY SPRAY NOW REVIVED. it is a real pre-war Spray, Non-poisonous, yet deadly to those . enemies, FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. 1/6 P" fi"* Bottle, from A. T.MURRAY-CHEMIST LIVERPOOL

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DISTRICT HOSPITAL Town Hall Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

DISTRICT HOSPITAL Town Hall Meeting A meeting held in Liverpool Town Hall on Thursday night last to dis- cuss the matter ot a hospital for Liverpool was one of the best at- tended public meetings in the town for a long time. The Mayor (Aid. B. o'. Fitzpatrick) was in thc chair. Early in the meeting the Mayor was heartily congratulated by Aid. McBurney, representing Cabra- matta Council on the manner in whtöh he had presented the claims of the dis- trict to the authorities in an endeavour to have the hospital placed here. Present at the meeting was Hon. J. McGirr M.L.A. who explained the cir- cumstances surrounding the hospital situation to those present. Mr. McGirr undertook to prevail upon the Minister for Health (Mr. J. J. Kelly) to visit Liverpool so that those bodies interested in the provision of a hospital for Liver- pool could put their case to him. He ..tated that he would interview Mr. Kelly on the matter this week. Following on Mr. McGirr's discourse, the meeting- resolved...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

ENGLISH ENFIELD 8-DAY STRIKING CLOCKS Many designs of beautiful cabinets. ONLY £8/10/- Al WEIR & GREEN JEWELLERS ' 196 Macquarie Street, Liverpool. Phone: Liv. 306. PLAN YOUR XMAS-GIViNG EARLY. YOU MAY USE _OUR LAY-BY SYSTEM_ F WILLIAMSON'S BREAD Hw "ALPHA" LIBRARY and; Bookshop No Deposty. 3d Pe«- Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, UVEáVOOL FOR EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SERVICE See W. A. WATKINS Fairfield Street, FAIRFIELD PHONE UB1264 City Depot: Murray's Transport Depot, Thomas SJ., Sydney PROMPT SERVICE For City and Suburban Deliveries Try the LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSE ST , LIVERPOOL*" For Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. Tel Uv. 486. We Endeavour to Solve Your Moat Probdenu. GEDDES' MEAT MART Macquarie Street, Liverpool FOR MEAT YOU CAN EAT. Best attention; given tov children. Phone: Liverpool 136. FOOD FOR THOUGHT... ¡CE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD. (JLEAN* CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION. J7ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT IC...

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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION A well-attended meeting of Liverpool branch of the country Women's Associa- tion was held on Thursday last. It was decided to forward a letter of thanks to Liverpool Municipal Council for the courteous and helpful manner in which the AMoctationi's delegation had been received. It was decided also that a donation of one guinea should be made to the Old Age and Invalid Pensioners' Christ- mas Appeal. An invitation from Parramatta branch to attend its birthday party on Novem- ber 29th was accepted, a large number of members signifying their intention of being present. Two of these mem- bers have already enjoyed Penrlth's hos- pitality. Regret was expressed that transport difficulties precluded the ac- ceptance of an invitation from Kurra- jong branch to attend their Interna- tional Day. Arrangements are well in hand for the Christmas Party to be held on 12th December next. This function, which will be the last gathering for the year, will fall on the next me...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

*****mimmmimammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 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 We can supply you from Slocks or Make To Your Own Design . ALL SHEET METAL REPAIRS, Telephone Liv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE T:.e Family Needjs Supplied b) BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, Liverpool (Oj)}). Housing Commission Homes) Shop Here for Economy and Lourteous Service. ¡MISS CLARKE (Late Evershed'6) MACQUARIE ST., LIVEBPOOl vuAlai'ii bLuCK CAKE «.WO öfoNuK ^.t VKJIAAI and CONFECTIONER': 3 LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL CARRYING SAND, ASHES, SOIL, METAL, Etc. Phone Liverpool 34. I ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED APPEARANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St.. (next Mainsbridge^) Has in siock all the popular Tobaccos and Cigarettes, and a wide range oí Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines ATTENTION MOTOiiiSi S : P...

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THE COURTS Drunk [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

THE COURTS -* Drunk Out of the eleven cases of drunken 'ness dealt with by Mr. Meagher S.M. ¡ at Liverpool Court on Monday, three grades were made. First there were the laddies who didn't have the 10/- to bail themselves out. They therefore had to spend the week-end in the cells. For this they were merely admonished and discharged-James Albert Smith. James Murray and Walter James Pritchard. The next grade of alcoholic pluto- cracy contained Roy Shortbum, James Smith, Les Martin, Percy Abraham, Frank McKenna and John Stringer. Having bailed themselves out they thought it expedient to keep other en- gagements on Monday so forfeited their ten bobs. The aristocrat cf them all was Charlie F. Croft who was fined a full £2. Folies evidence wes that he whoope.i up £20 in one drinking tout. He came out of quod on Saturday and got him- self run in again on the same day. * * * Excessive Speed Harold W. Hobbs rode his motor cycle with a rider on the pillion seat along Hume Highway at 2.15 on 21...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

-, The Regal,, Theiitre's week-night < Krëepirig ^ovaító ls, Judging.Jjy, .jré^ ( marks, meejjng'Wtfa success. TUè^mA^ i I ¿tarti at tiW-t&m: «^fl%rçj»gj| goes right on to the main feature at 8. After the . interval, comes the sup- porting, film, if some of these suppfe mentaries can be called ''supports," lin . many cases they are main features in themselves. OOo A big marbles challenge game between Jack and Lyn and Wal and-Archie is to be held , in front of Aunty's Cafe at an early date.. Most of the Crossroads regu- lars are putting their pelf on Wal. OOo Remember the Methodist Church Anni- versary Tea and Concert Saturday next, 23rd November. OOo Congratulations to Helen Scott of Glenfield who passed her music' exam alt the Conservatorium rtec^rtty ' With 80 per cent. She got a credit pass. OOo Tom Richards of the Regal Theatre finds it hard to keeD a cat.v We've.not- iced him shepherding a large black cat into his office during screening, periods. Reason is t...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB I Saturday, 16th November.-L. Cox's trophy: Par handicap, N. Bruin, square; J. Harrison, square. Sunday, 17th November. - Stroke: Wally Hutten, 63 nett. ASSOCIATES ' Sa.tu¡rd;ay.-Twefcve-holie tyroke won by Mrs. D. Russell with Miss B. Ker shler runner-up. Next Saturday, 23rd inst.," the pres- entation of trophies will take place, to be followed by a cocktail party¿or mem- bers and associates. _m_:_

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COUNCIL JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

COUNCIL JOTTINGS -p . THE HEALTH INSPECTOS report- ed toot br toe previous fortnight there : bad been one death front pulmonary tuberculosis and one case of scarlet fryer. . There is .some old timber in the Town Ball yard and), the Town Clerk has been instructed to Bell it for firewood at'the best price obtainable. . ' * * . The Engineer ls to prepare an esti- mate for the erection of a shelter shed 12ft by l'Oft at Casula Park. . * . . Following on a letter from Mts. E. Zimmerman of Moorebank, warning of sharks in the river and appealing ta Council to do something regarding Mil- perra Bridge baths, the Engineer is to prepare a design for baths 100ft x 40ft at Milperra Reserve. They will be from two to eight feet in depth. * * . . The Town Clerk submitted a report ¿hat the cost of removing the fence to the proposed new alignment of Cabra- matta Lane, together with legal and survey expenses, would run into £2tf to £25. The land has been offered free by the A.J.C. The owner of the res...

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DAVID MEETS GOLIATH Without Sling [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

DAVID MEETS GOLIATH Without Sling This is not a biblical extract but a story of modern sport in Australia to- day. The solution Of this problem is not ( in a sling, but in a very modern organi- sation, the proposed Boxing Commis- sion for the control of boxing in Aus- tralia. The situation at the present time at leading stadiums is tantamount to the David and Goliath story, where men are matched, with one of them outweighing the other lOlbs and upwards. This ls most exacting, especially in the lighter division. The result is that men are receiving unnecessary punishment from their heavier opponents as well es a woeful show for the paying public. A means of avoiding this would be the institution of a grading system, resulting in the elimination of this useless waste of ability. It is also noticeable that very few new faces appear in preliminaries at the local stadium*-; is the reason for this falling-off due to the fact that the small- er gymnasiums do not get the necessary opportuni...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

LAND,AND PROPERTY aVfl -JH -" FARMS WANTED ÜRGENTtt in. ./liverpool District. Submit p^^ämâj^0^y^^ sale no ,o|^mttiön basis. Vprl» quick resfM^, write or cattSVÏ>NEy JP^^^SPECIAUS-&% 1 Pty LtèW 28 Martin Place, Sydnev Phone B1188- After hours. Tel. FU5950. FARMS WANTED E C. GRÜCHY Real Estate Specialist) - Call,'Write, or Ring Liv. 373. 231 MACQUARIE ST., j . j LIVERPOOL "H-r : NEWS ITEMS' FROM : MURRAYS PHARMACY ' Here's a tip. Xmas Gifts will be just as scarce as- In' other years, so if some- thing catches your eye, buy it! Buy early for Xmas. Suggestion for Students: Three Chem: istry Sets, one with chemicals one with equipment. These are 25/- each. The third, ' containing some equipment and some chemicals, are also 25/-. We have just received a new line call- ed Corrine Eau de Perfume. Bottles are gold and the contents are half-way be-' tween a perfume and a colonge. Makes. a nice Xmas Gift at 6/- and 12/-. j _u-f , i ? WHEN SHE SAYS "YES" go to WEIR and GREEN for the...

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MOTOR BOATING Deepwater Club [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

MOTOR BOATING Deepwater Club Two handicaps, of three heats each, °were run off .during last Saturday's meet- ing of the Deepwater Motor Boat Club on George's River. The first, a cruiser handicap fer the Vince O'Reilly Trophy, was won by Stardust with S points with Allie and Miss Joy, 9 points each, equal for second place. Heats resulted as follows: First heat: Allis (J. Gooley) 1, Star- dust (W. Brown) 2, Miss Joy (R. Walk- er) 3. Second heat: Nathalie (J. Freeman) >1, Stardust 2, Allie 3. 1. Third heat: Stardust 1, Miss Joy 2, Sunny (H. Braddock) 3. Results of the Speedboat Handicap .for the E. H. Haerse Trophy: First heat: Sunny 1, Firefly (H. New) 2, Oh Kay (W. Brown) 3. . Second heat: Sunny l, Oh Kay 2, Fire- I fly 3. 1 Third heat: Exactly as for the second I "heat. Final point score for this race: Sunny, 3 points, Z; Oh Kay, 7 points, 2. Congratulations are due to the new member W. Brown on winning his first race. The next meeting of the club will be held on its Hollywood-to...

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pULTRY FARMERS Federal Marketing of Eggs [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

pULTRY FARMERS Federal Marketing of Eggs buring the past week representatives meg Board' and Department of Agri jure from all States of the Common Éth. met in Sydney to consider pro Sis for a Federal plan for the mar- ing of eggs. Judging by a press Bernent issued by Dr. H. J. Hynda lb convened the Conference, consider jp progress was made in a plan to ppilise the price of eggs and to dis le of surplus quantities. Et was Sitting that this Conference told have been palled iff New South Oes in. view of this State producing ter cent of the eggs of the Common Ith. ; was also fitting that the Confer : should have been convened in this e because it was New South Wales this Association primarily wihiph greed with the almost successfully osed Egg Boards of Australia TM. ; this stage it appears that the dele RS for the recently held conference jp at last been weaned from the ner- vation of Commonwealth control ah wouM have resulted had Egg rds of Australia Ltd. been adopted, r. Hynds commenc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UVERPOOL R.S.L. VISIT BY STATS PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 21 November 1946

UVERPOOL R.S.L. VISIT BY STATS PRESIDENT At au extraordinary general meet* i tig of Liverpool Suo-brancb oí the n.S.L. ucla in tue clubrooms on J r.uay night last, members again caii.ed, by an ovei-whemlfng major i.., a motion to secute tram (he L.aj(.e it the recently announced a^ibúííy rule wa> implemented. un^tj- this rule au »i.o volunteered and served far a period oí six months become eligible for membership ; wncrever they may have served. The meeting was notable, apart from liie importance of the business for which it was called, by the ïact that for the first time in suo-branch history Liver- pool was honoured by a visit by th« State President (Mr. K. McLeod Bol- ton j . Mr. Bolton was accompanied by Mr. Donald as honorary legal adviser, aiu by Mr. Griffiths, official shorthand mear a brief welcme by the presi "ent (Mr. R. Rov.dii; wno express» n.¿ízt t»¿at this, the nr¿t v.sic by th ^.¿ouive wita wnich Liverpool uad beer nonourea, should have laicezi place undo such unha...

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