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COUNCIL ODDSPOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

COUNCIL ODDSPOTS Mr. M. J. Talty, 21 George Street, Liverpool, was allowed to speak in sup port of a petition signed by fifty resi- dents of Liverpool's north end who ask- ed that the permission of a young re- turned soldier named Brosnan to estab- lish himself in business as a casemaker in the George and Lachlan Streets area be withdrawn.' As a result, the Mayor and Health Inspector are to interview Brosnan. * * ? The Lepartment of Labour and In ducry wrote asking the opinion of coun- cil regarding the necessity for and the urgency of the need for a general store, and dwelling on Lot 8, Epsom. Road, Moorebank. Mr. W. A. Cooper had applied to the Department for permis- sion to erect the shop. It was moved Aid. Smith and seconded Aid. Carpen- ter that council approve. » . * Aid. Childs put in another of his late runs. He moved that council approach the Minister for the Army and ascer- tain the latest decision re the disposal of Liverpool Camp. Aid. Smith second- ed it. (Chamber of Co...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

À NIGHT TO REMEMBER: WEDNESDAY, 18th DECEMBER, 1946, at 8 p m in the MASONIC HALL (Opposite Liverpool Police Station) "THE REALIST FILM UNüT proudly preseais - | . 900 WOUNDED. Sensational story of the Yugo-SlavJ resistance-movement. I . INDONESIA CALLING. About the ships that did hofrsailj . TYURUNGA. Coloured Aborigine.film. j . WAY TO GERMANY. 1 . DANCERS OF THE U.S.S.R. 1 P . All Welcome. WOLLONDILLY FLY SPRAY % SAFE, SURE AND PLEASANT. ECONOMICAL TOO: I 1 PINT COSTS ONLY 17« jt* American authorities regard Pyrethrum as the best insecticide! *!; for general use, and  A X WOLLONDILLY is strong in Pyrethrum. Í PARTICULARLY DEADLY TO MOSQUITOES 4" Get it from X ! $ CHEMIST, LIVERPOOL X NOTE: OUR WEW NUMBER IS UB7642 A. T. MURRAY

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POULT[?] FARMERS Continuance of Federal Cont. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

POULT. : FARMERS Continuance of FedJeraí Cont. - Poultry i armers will be interested to knew of the lines upon which the APPA iias approached the Prime Minister against the extension of Federal control beyond the end of December of this year. Hereunder is a copy of the letter for- warded to the Prime Minister, Hon. B. Chifley, a formal acknowledgment ol I which has since been received. The pro- test was supported by the National Utility Poultry Breeders' Association of Victoria, and the Victorian Commercial poultry Farmers' Association advised their support of a national protest to any extension of Federal control beyond that period necessary to establish the Egg Equalisation Committee: rion. B. Chifley, Dear Sir, Considerate disappoinlment and in- dignation lias been experienced by poul- try farmers of this Association at the announcement by Dr. Evatt that it was the intention cf the Federal Govern- ment to introduce a Bill with the pur pose ol extending Federal control ol ?certain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

"QUALnr* I ! Our Motto v THE £ CHOICEST FRUITS £ AND VEGETABLES $ > Only I ! L. BILLETT 1 ; Scott St., LIVERPOOL | -WHEELERS Phone UB7692 MIXED fiUTß 3/8 lb. CROCKERY TEAPOTS from 6/11 MIXED FRUITS 1/1 lb MATTING AU colors from 6/11 yard «ST. IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL 14 Hallway Street, Liverpool Phone UB7819 MATRON H. C. DAVIES A.T.N-A. A.N.F. (State Re?.> General and Gbestric Cases DELICATESSEN t HAMBURGER J AND COFFEE INN? MILLER'S ! SCOTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) LIVERPOOL k ALWAYS FRESH SMALL GOODS Ç CONFECTIONERY X ICE CREAM & MILK BAR ones DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: MISS DOUGH 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: Mn. GERAGHTY, opp. Ballway Station |COLLINGWOOD| i GARAGE I I IN THE FOREFRONT FOR| ? 20 YEARS X fofficial N.R.M.A. Garage. | % General Motor Engineering £ <ç Body Building X % X I Panel Beating, Ducoing, I Oxy Welding X I X f OFFICIAL TESTER ¿ I M. Barrett, Prop. X APHONE: LIVERPOOL 317 | CORDIALLY YOURS. il I SCHWEPPES' CORDIALS f 1 For the jxíople wit...

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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

AROUND THE TOWN We could name the five Liverpool business men who were given five min- utes to leave Campbelltown when the local Sergeant found tiem gropii g for grog at the Good Intent Inn last Sat- urday afternoon. * * Guests of Mrs. Irvine at "irJawney." Liverpool, for the Cl. ».---Ii w..e wco aing were a number of ~ i-ii^s and rela- tives from the Lismore aistrict: Mrs. E. Clarke, Murwillumbin; Mensis. Gtoi. and Athol Eyers, Nell terry and Dick irvine, Gympie; Masters DICK and Bert irvine, Clarence River; Pte. Leila Booty, AMMWS, Concord Military Hospital; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and Mr. I üeorge Jay, late of Federal; Sgt. Gor- don Hayes, Kyogle; and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Irvine and daughters, Newcastle. There's been quite a lot of adverse comment on a ñlm titled "Diary of a Chambermaid." Fi!m is said to be ex teeming daring ma me that children should not soe ... or hear. Suburban picture men who have bought the ñlm are concerned as to wnat reaction its screening in their suburbs ...

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CHIPPING NORTON Prize Giving and Party [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

CHIPPING" NORTON Prize GiVíng-and* Party/ Chipping Norton School last Satiuf held a prize-giving and frolic inp local hall. The P. and C. Associai organised a treat for the children the same time. A fancy hat compet| was he'd and sandwiches, cakes, I and drinks were given to the childjj The afternoon was occupiedVwith a| dances and some community singingl which the music was played by U Mason. Tlie competitions were wcJJ the following children: '¿ Mest attractive hat, Hazel Payne? Errol McDonald; ifcost comical hat, Williamson and . Tony Everett; cheaii hat, Marie McDonald and Bill Ml Blue bonnet, Barbara Gill; flower I Janice Beveridge; special prizes, B| Ellis. Peggy Rowett and Rosemary Ut- ters, i The School .prizes were as follows! Class, a book given to all children;! Class, Bobby Madgwick P, Janice Bj idge 2, Andrea* Prethewey 3; 3rd d Rosemary Warlters l, Barbara Gil Willie McDonald 3; 4th Class, cf Everett 1, Errol McDonald 2, Raj» til 3; 5th Class, Brian Barrett I, H Payne ...

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THE COURTS Wheat S[?]ealing [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

THE COURTS -¡5, Wheat Stealing The culmination of months cf un- tiring colics efforts to trace the cul- prits in an org||fused wheat stealing and black marketing racket was reach- ed on Thursday last. Robert James Medley. 24, of Green Valley and his brother, Jack Medley. 21. of Hillview, each appeared befoie Mr. Mçagher, S.M. at Liverpool Police Court on four separate charges of steal- ing wheat of a total value of £220, thf property of the Commonwealth. Also charged on three counts with stealing wheat was Keith Ford, 24, of Scott Street, Liverpool. Giving evidence, Detective Renehan stated thpt P?tsil Medley had been the towner of a erara Te in Bardeman. He and his b* other had "SSen carting wool fro--' Gi'.^nrin and had seen sta&üs of wr .-.at at unattended Fidin?s. Knowing that poultry farmers in Hillview were ver" short cf wheat they had decide'* to take some from Eulomogo siding. On the first occasion the two brothers ha^C urcught 73 ba?s and sold most of them to cns po...

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NEGLECTED CHILDREN AWFUL AFFAIR AT AUSTRAL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

NEGLECTED CHILDREN AWFUL AFFAIR AT AUSTRAL WIEN SEVEN CHILDREN, whose aKes ran-ed from 1 to 10 years oí a¡,re, were hoi ore the Children's Conn a'. Liverpool on M on Ja y last, charged with. Jxiin^- neglected children. Detective Constable Kenellan jjave an account ?>{ condi ions in ¡heir home tba! stamped tin's case as one of ihe, worst ev«" to come he fore a local court. Detective Renc".:?n told the Magistrats that he had haà occasion to go out to Austral the previous cay in connection with a robbery oi foodstuffs. During his enquiries h3 visited the home of the children bsicre the court. He saw a young woman there and questioned, her regarding the theft of food from a near- by house. She told him that she and. her 13-years-old brother had tafeen the food and'eaten it. "You can. see for yourself that we have nothing to eat," she told him. "When you are starving' what else can you do?" He looked through the house and saw another woman and ten children. Ttiis I woman told him she ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

i For All Classes of ¿ X FLORAL ART % % CLARICE HOUGH*!* X 187 Macquarie St.X t LIVERPOOL f X Phone UB7818 % CAMELIA FLORIST 34 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Keal and Artificial Flowers and Wreaths, Sprays. Floral Baskets, Bouquets, etc. Delivered Anywhere 'PHONE: LIV. 325. Orders may he left also at Mrs. MCDONALD 74 Terminus St.. Liverpool Xmas Special! * Mixed Nuts N Ki I AL TH EATK K MILK HAR has jusf. received a cunsiyjimc-nt «f MÏXED NUTS SO BUY YOUR XMAS SUPPLIES NOW REMEMBER -REGAL THEATRE MILK BAR F E. Mey^r, Proprietor - !??.(. LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR (Commissioner for Affts. N.S.W. anti Victoria) RAILWAY PARADE» CABRAMATTA VB 1710 And Twyford House, 17 Castlereagh St Sydney. B440Ö. Resuming Practice after Military Service ¡IO-M^W----99SBMUdWfjÊ AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wriçht. E.V.Sc. 'Svdney University) R. T. Hotkins, B.V.Bc. (Sydney University) 99 Northumberland Road*' AUBURN. UX7795 Canterbury ll ranch: UA 25."» 7 DAY ANO NIGHT SERVICE "SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

Attention Theatre Patron Mr F E Meyer of the REGAL THEATRE MILK BAR has opened a DRINK BAR IN THE REGAL THEATRE LOUNGE for the convenience of Lounge Patrons. FRUIT DRINKS. MILKSHAKES. ICE CREAM. CHOCOLATES  

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HOXTON PARK PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

HOXTON PARK PROGRESS i ASSOCIATION I A meelina of the above association ! was held in the local hall on Friday nigiit. Mr. George Hunter occupying its t'hair. Anions Hie business dealt with was a report ircm the commitira appointed at U:_ previous meeting to formulate plans for the farthioming gymkhana, to be acid cn Mr. Dudley's grounds at Aus- tral on £':x¡n3 Day, and a dance to be he)c in the Hoxton Park Hall on Box- ing night. Vue cjhinuttLé comprises three mem- bers of the following associations: R.S.L., Buffa.V Lfidge" Cricket ClUb and P. and C. Association, who are jointly conducting Hie functions in an endeavour to raise enough money to line the local hall. A comprehensive programme has been drawn up. There wiii be thirty-eight events, and a loud speaker system will broadcast all items, as well as local and Interstate race results. Arrangements have been completed to have a publican's booth and numerous other attractions. Mr. Cecil Scott has thrown his weight i behind thc co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED LC. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists Call, Write, or Ring UB7873 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL FOR SALE NEWS ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY For the ladies ... a small supply of Max Factor's Powders and Lipsticks is now in stock. Solving the gift problem is possible. We have seme really good perfumes, attractively packed. Lournay Gift Sets, Paul Duval Combinations, and a range ef compacts from 16/6. Enamelled, chrome-plated, plastic, etc. up to pure silver at £6/10/-. Here are a few suggestions for men: Shaving Bowls, Gilette Razors, Brilliant- ines in profusion, cigarette cases and lighters in sets (or separately), shaving ¡brushes and a host or -other useful articles. Our phone is now connected to the automatic exchange and our new num- ber is ÜB7642. A. T. MURRAY, Chemist. Liverpool. WHEN SHE SAYS "YES" go to WEIR and OREEN for tne ENGAGEMENT and WEDDING RINGS. Many beau- tiful designs. Weir and Green, Liver- pool. LARGE BLACKBOARD and Easel, children's p...

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PEEPS INTO THE PAST No. 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 December 1946

PEEPS INTO THE PAST No. 3 AMONG the old identities of Liver- pool was Mrs. Mary Graham, owner of a goodly amount of town property. She was born in Concord (N.S.W.) in 1805 and moved to lovely Liverpool in 1816 where she resided until her death. An old history describes her as "one of the   old natives, belonging, to one of the most respected families in the Colony." She was married in 1824, her husband being engaged as a blacksmith and wheel wright in the town. He died in 1852, leaving his widow with five sons and six daughters. This old Liverpool citizen- ess come of a family whose name has since become known Australia wide. Her father, who came out from England with Governor Hunter was the first man to sight that very famous headland which ever since has borne his name—Wilson's Promontory. Mrs. Graham had vivid recollections   and many stories of the days when con-     victs in Liverpool worked under a com-   pany of...

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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

AROUNDJHE TOWN! Local fruitgrowers made reprd tiens through Mr. McGirr na¿| Finnan (member fer Gosford) resulted in the Government de| no tto declare Friday, 27th Cec| a Public Holiday. * * * The engagement has been annol cf Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr| George McDonald, of Mooretac Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. L$ Burnley, Melbourne. During ithtf Elle a seryed in the AW AS and | in the RAN. Miss Mary McKay of Bigge StresJ been chosen by Warwick Farm PrM Association as its candidate in the jj to Liverpool Queen Competition, pocl Council 'decided at the last m^§ to ask Miss Nicholls, a member council's clerical staff, to »2 itsfi didate. * * * Last Saturday a party of girls ^ Chipping Norton Junior Red Cross« a visit to thc Red Cross Convale Home íor Girls at San Souci.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

¡SHOP LOCALLY "j Because IT IS EASIER f CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosper, thal Prosperity is reflected in More Local Employment. Brighter Premises. Enhanced Prestige for Your Town. Let THE LEADER he Your Buying Guide. BUY LOCALLY FROM 'LEADER' ADVERTISERS. , FOR BEST RESULTS use THE LEADER

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C. W. A. NEWS Meeting and Xmas Social [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

C W A NEWS Meeting and Xmas Social A short meeting of the above follow- ed by a Social Afternoon was held on Thursday, 12th December. This will be the last meeting of the year as the Association goes into recess until Febru- ary, although a special meeting will probably be called to prepare for the proposed ball. Business attended to included the sale of porgrammes for "Carols by Candlelight," the proceeds of which WJII go to the Rachel Poster Hospital, a iso the election of Mrs. Hollirigshed as presi- de!, t of the Ball Committee. A sketch was then performed by Mrs. Healey and Mrs. Clarie, and afternoon I tea was served. I The next meeting will be held in the I Town Hall. Thc ladies are asked to j bring a cup and saucer so that the I C.W.A. may M ave their cwn crockery fer use each month. The compétitions held over from thc last stall were drawn, the results being as iolîaws: One pair cockerel,^ Mrs. H. Childs. Chipping Nerton; one pair ! gloves, Mrs. S. Clcgg. Crossroads. ; No sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB760B Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify if not raming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. SPECIAL XMAS ATTRACTIONS SPECIAL MATINEES! EVERY WEDNESDAY DURING HOLIDAY PERIOD. FRIDAY andi SATURDAY Decembeir 20, 21 MONSTER 2 MAIN FEATURE SHOW CREEPY. SHUDDERY... A 1\hri.ler id ever íhcre was one THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE" (A) wi h Dorothy McGuire, Ethel ß:'.riymot;e, Geiorge Bren. Al:o Humphrey Bogart and Susan Peters ¡in "THE BIG SHOT" _(A)_ SPECIAL KIDDIES' MATINEE SATURDAY MONDAY and TUESDAY December 23, 24 Roddy McDowell, Walter Pigeon. Maureen O'Baj-a in "HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" (G) anet Horjror Film "ISLE OF THE DEAD" (A) with Boris Karloff THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY James Meuron (S.ar of "7ah Veil") in "THE NIGHT HAS EYES" /\lso rvichard Dix in "MYSTERIOUS INTRUDER" (A) ?/.'EC'IAL KrDlDÍES' MATINEE BOXING DAY NEXT FRIDAY and SATURDAY The Film of tihe Year TO EACH HI...

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB A very successful dance was held at the Club House on Saturday, 14th inst., ' when the major trophies won during the year were presented to the Asso- ciates by their president, Mrs. R. A. Williams, and to the members by the club pr.-sWsilt, Mr. A. Croll. Saturday. 14th December.-Fourball: A. Andrews (15), R. Walker (17), 6 up. Sunday's flag competition was won by Wally Hutton on the 19th green. ASSOCIATES The Saturday competition was won by Miss Betty Kershler, with Mrs. Hunt runner-up.

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POPULAR M.L.A. EXTENDS GREETINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

«????????????????????????^ POPULAR M L A EXTENDS GREETINGS Mr. J. S. Freeman, M.L.A. (State Member for Blacktown) wishes to ex- tend to his constituents the Compli- ments of the Season, also his sincere thanks for the many -crirtesies ex- tended to his wife and ¿ú.uself during the past year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

TAXI ! CALL UB7880 OH J I\T OOA Wedding«, Partjiies, Funeraf Li 1 V . O O Vf specially catered for. IMMEDIATE SERVICE. 24 HOURS A DAY' A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macquarie Street, Liverpool Hot and Cold Water Throughout. Best Refrigeration. " WE DELIVER. . Phone UB784Sf GIVE YOURSELF A XMAS TREAT with a Danish Coot Wav NO ODOUR, NO HEAT, NO DISCOMFORT. The latest hair-do in America. Quick to do and long lasting| FOR THE DANISH COOL WAVE, see JUDITH EVE" MACQUARIE STREET UVERPOOL j or Phone UB7857 for Appointment i LIVERPOOL TAXI RANKj PHONE LIVERPOOL 483 \ L. Raw, Proprietor i J CROSS ROADS LIVERPOOlj 1 Try the ] LOCAL CATERERS \ SAUNDERS & KEAÍ 30 ROSE ST., LIVERPOC For Your Wedding or Birth Parties. Tel. Liv. 486. G. COOPER For All Garden Requinte»! Cut Plowers, Seedlings, Sfarfj Seeds, Fertilisers 203 Macquarie St., Liverpofi MANCHESTER] WEAVING MILLS Reilly Street, Liverpool! Phone: Liv 322 or Liv. 34] WANTED GIRLS, 15-18 years, with without experience BO...

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