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CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) Dear Sir. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 19 December 1946

CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) Dear Sir, As a believer in "live and let live," I greatly deplore the action of Mr. Talty in going around with a petition for the abolition of a saw-mill, which was to be worked by a returned man who has been with the A.I.F. for six years, and three-and-a-half-years prisoner-of-war. Yours, etc., "DISGUSTED." George Street, Lierpool. 11th December 1946.

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

4VÍ 1 7-fV 'I LANJ) AND PROPERTY CANTED E. C GRÜCHY Real Estate Specialists Call Write, p*,Ring UB7873 231 MACQUARIE ST., IjYfiBPOOL MR. E. TULLY wishes to advise his numerous clients that the Office will be closed as from 24th December, 1946, until 6th January, 1947, and to convey to his many clients and friends . . THE SEASON'S GREETINGS. TULLY, Lied. Auctioneer M.A.A. Railway Square UB7847 FOR SALE GIFT ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PHARMACY Por the ladies ... a small supply of Max Factor's Powders and dipsticks is now in stock. Solving the gift problem is possible. We have some really good perfumes, attractively packed. Lournay Gift Sets, Paul Duval Combinations, and a range of compacts from 16/6. Enamelled, chrome-plated, plastic, etc. up to pure silver at £6/10/-. Here are a few suggestions ior men: Shaving Bowls, Gilette Razors, Brilliant- ines in profusion, cigarette cases and lighters in sets (or separately), shaving brushes and a host of other useful articles. Cotqplimenis of the Se...

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COST OF PUBLICITY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

COST OF PUBLICITY! In the last four years, 2,000,000 of postage-free mail-books, pam posters, bulletins, etc.-have bee out every work day by the Ü.8. eminent departments for publicité poses. Figures compiled by Coi man, Albert J. Engel of Michigan that the bulk of the $88,316,324 Office deficit for the last year w to this use of the franking privft This has also meant an asto increase in the cost of gove: printing because the publicity have been making their work big in every respect, producing volumi volume of high-grade paper, pn illustrated, handsomely bound beautifully printed. The govei printing plant is unable to hand! vast volume thrust upon it, so mi the most expensive jobs go to l printers.-The American Magaziui

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CHRISTMAS PARTY F[?] CRIPPLE DCHILUREN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

CHRISTMAS PARTY FJ CRIPPLE DCHIU>RE| A very happy Xmas Part given to the crippled childreí Liverpool and surrounding di in the Presbyterian Hall at 1 pool on the afternoon of Dtc¡ 16.li by the Liverpool Wo 'Auxiliary assisting the N.: Society for Crippled Children I The Christmas Party is an j nual affair, and is eagerly li forward to by the kiddies. In opening the party, the i (Mr. Fitzpatrick) warmly j» the work of the Auxiliary, afterwards donated a chequj i help defray expenses. I The work and help of i people went towards making] party a success. The Auxf especially thanks the officers! the Liverpool Ambulance Su Mrs. I'ine, Mrs. Watson | always donates the Xmas ( Mrs. Rowe. Donations are j fully acknowledged from Freeman, Mr. Jackson, Mr. ton. Mr. Hosfôrd, Mr- Rici the Monte Carlo Cafe, Mr. (J Mr. Dean. Mrs. Tezza, Mr. i ion. Mr. T. Fitzpatrick, Jh'líítt Mr. Sharp, Miss Ci Mrs. Robertson, Mr. Randell j j donated all the cordials) and] many others who gave help! money or kin...

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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

OBITUARY The death occurred at Yaralla on ! Monday last of Mr. Cecil John Thorne, I cf St. Peters. Mr. Thorns, a member of tire well known Thorne family of Liverpool, was a returned soldier of both Wcrld Wars, having been decorated in World War I. The funeral took plací on Tuesday aft'jrnocn the remains being interred ! in the Presbyterian Cemetery, ¡Liver- pool .

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

GOSSIP Thc Mayor of Liverpool (Aid. H. C. Fitzpatrick) and family are enjoying a well-earned holiday at M:inly's seaside. j * * V . Deputy-Mayor Aid. Totter, is also having a spell from municipal cares. He's gone down 'he coast. * * * Utile Margaret Simmonds of Atkinson Street, who was badly burned about three months ago. and has been in the Western Suburbs Hospital since, had her final skin grafting the other day and is mak- ing such splendid progress (hat it is hoped she will be back at home in a very short time. * * * Some time ago Mr. Childs, headmaster of Chipping Norton, school, wrote to the headmaster of the school in Chipping Norton, in England. The English Chipping Norton is about 16 miles from Ox- ford they say. Names of children were exchanged and a happy cor- respondence has devel^ed- The local kiddies sent the Hrilish jar- eéis of food and letters of apprecia- tion (accompanied by newspa]x.T cuttings describing the receipt of the food parcels) have been re- ceived from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

AUCTION SALE Aufton Sale of Land' for Unpaid Rates. Acting imder instructions from ¡.¿ie Public Trviiee on behalf of the Ingle- burn Council, as Vendors Mr. E. Tully '.viii rel", by Public Auction on 18lh JANUARY, 1947, sf: 2 0 p m- sharp at the Council Chambers, Ingleburn the undermentioned land and properties: Saj\v:-;¿ Hoad. Lot 40. D P. 8S76. Tor- rens Title 50;t >: 200ft. Bensley R:>ad, Lot 25, S?ction A. D.P. 1870, T.T.. 2¡3ft M i65ft. Hslder £'reit. Lots 67/Ob, Section A, D.P. 1870. T.T.. 50ft x 165ft. Ivanhoe Sliest, Lots 11/12, Section N, D.P. 1703, T.T., 44ft X 110ft. Rupert Street. Lots 47/50 Section N, D.P. 1703. T.T.. 88ft x 110ft. Pritchard Road. Lot 80. D.P., 8676, T.T., 56ft.55ft Hin X 154ft lin/153ft lOin. Pritchard Road, Lot 84, D.P. 8676, T.T. 55ft 6in, 55ft 5in x 154ft Cin/154ft 4in. Rupert and Sackville Streets, Lots 34/37, Section K. D.P. 1703, T.T.. 88ft x noa. Bensley Road, Lots 29/30, Section A, D.P. 1870, T.T. 50tt x 165ft. Helder Street, Lots 62/63, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone TUB7608 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 ccming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. TONIGHT (BOXING DAY) Thursday, December 26th James Mciïon (S:ar of '7,h Vea") in "THE NIGHT HAS EYES" Also Richard Dix. Nina Dale in "THE MYSTERIOUS INTRUDER" SPECIAL MATINEE, 1 30 p m. TWO BIG KIDDIES' PICTURES FRIDAY and SATURDAY December 27 and 28 A Film of Great Beau y T O E ACH HIS O WN" with Olivia De Haviland Plus Watrneir Baxter in "JUST BEFORE DAWN" (A) SATURDAY MATINEE 10 CARTOONS HOPALONG CASSIDY MONDAY and TUESDAY December 30 and 31 Joan Fontaine and Mark Sitevens in "FROM THIS DAY FORWARD" (A) Also Roy Rogers in "THE MAN FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN" (G) Soon ? 2 PANTOMIMES! Wednesday, January 8 "JACK AND THE BEAN- STALK' Thursday. 23rd January " "MOTHER GOOSE" DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducoing, Duluxing, Polishing, Waxing, Panelbesting, Trim- ming or Upholstering? If so ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

DANCE in the HOXTON PARK HALL on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28 Good Orchestra. Novelties. Suplir. Dancing 8~12 Adm! arte° by Donaton

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XMAS PARTY Happy Pensioners [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

XMAS PARTY Happy Pensioners The Protestant Hall, Liverpool, was the scene of happy events on Wednes- day, 18th December, on the occasion of the Invalid and Old Age Pensioners' Association Annual Xmas Dinner and Social. The president of the Liverpool branch of the Association, Mrs. E. Bull, oc- cupied the chair. Prominent guests in cluled the Mayor (Aid. B. C. Fitz- patrick). Rev. F. Meyer, Capt. Mann, Rev. Gallop Mrs. Marshall (represent- ing: the Country Women's Association), Miss Harrison and Mrs. Loughnan. Md. Halsey was toastmaster and Mrs. Marlowe was pianiste. After grace, singing of which was led by Capt. Mann, the first toast-The I Kin?--was proposed by the Mayor. The president then preponed Ithe toast of 'the Livernol Municipal Council and extended r> welcome to the Mayor, thanking him for a donation to the branch. T!-i Mayor responded a* the same tim" accepting a bouquet for p-esentat^i to Mrs. Fi.tzpatrifck. He f?id that he deeply appreciated the in- vitation to be pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

SIGHT IS YOUR MOST PRECIOUS GIFT . . "On the slightest suspicion of Eye Trouble CONSULT H. SHAW, M Ph , M I O-, F I O 193 Macquarie Street :: Liverpool A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macquarie Street, Liverpool Hot and Cold Water Throughout. Best Refrigeration. WK DELIVER. Phone UB7849 GIVE YOURSELF A XMAS TREAT * with a 's Danish 1 ri Coot Wave] NO ODOUK. NO HEAT, NO DISCOMFORT. The latest hair-do in America. Quick to do and long lasting. ^ FOR THE DANISH COOL WAVE, see "JUDITH EVE" S MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL I or Phone UB7857 for Appointment 1} ¡LIVERPOOL TAXI RANKJ I PHONE LIVERPOOL 483 ¡ ' I L. Raw. Proprietor £ i i I ! CROSS ROADS :: LIVERPOOL j - Try the rn LOCAL CATERERS J SAUNDERS & KEATi 30 ROSE ST., LiVERPOOLf For Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. I Tel. Liv. 486. j G COOPER For All Garden Requisites Cut Flowers, Seedlings, Shrub» Seeds, Fertilisers H 203 Macquarie St., Liverpool I MANCHESTER WEAVING MILLS Reilly Street, Liverpool Phone: Liv 322 or Li...

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WEDDING BELLS Larnch Padfield [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

WEDDING BELLS Lamach . Padfîeld The marriage was solemnised at St. Luke's Church ol' England on Saturday afternoon last of Mr. Elie John Lar nacli. second son of Mr. and Mrs. K. l....iucii ol Newbridge, to Carol Ellza bc li. onlv child of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. E. Padfleld, of Waterfall. The bride, who was given away by. nar uncle Mr. Ray Melrose, was gowned In white cloque brocade and carried a bdu qu:t cf frangipanni!;. The bridesmaid, was dressed In {.-ale blue and carried pink carnations and blue hydrangea. A reception was later held In the Sccui.s' Hall, where the bride's mother in a blue floral gown with white acces- sories and a red shoulder spray was as-isled in receiving the guests by the groan's moth:r wearing blue with white gardenia shoulder spray. Mr. C. Burton capably officiated as chairman. Among the many beautiful gifts received was a very fine electric clock and table lamp from the bride's cmrloyer a:id fallow wcrkers at R. S. Calder Pl>. Ltd. After the recepti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

FOR THAT XMAS HAIR DO MISS MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT ST, LIVERPOOL advts?£ '-ou ia make your appoin.ment early. P c »e UB7858 SELL YOUR POULTRY at Highest Pr'cns to F. COOK ALFRED ROAD MOOREBANK 'Phone: UB1067 BLAKE'S Footwear S'toras end Repa'i Fae tory Macquarie St s-nd Scott St. Ï < veiDOol Piione UB7689 WISH ALL OUR CUSTOMERS A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. YOU'RE ALWAYS IX GOOD SPIRITS IF YOU VISIT HOTEL LIVERPOOL (0|>* ' *Po" of,ice) When it's BEER, VDU want thc BEST. MAX'S BEER IS BEST P.Y TEST. M- Rayner, Licensee PHONE UB7678 E!MNE_ GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE A. C. MCGRATH, Ml MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL. TEL. UB7661 Í

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

Err' I ? Our Motto $ ? THE i ÄiOICEST FRUITS ? ?ND VEGETABLES J 1 BILLETT I j»»tt St , LIVERPOOL i HEELERS MAS SPECIALS Glass Djshes Primus Stove« Aluminium Saucepans Lawn Mowers Teapots, all sizes Raisins Fruís s ts Nuts Apr ico's à Glasses Coir Maying B- Lamp Glasses Floor Rug«. IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL [4 Railway Street, Liverpool Phone UB7819 MATRON H. C. DAVIES ¡.T.N.A. A.N.F. (State Eeg.) I General and Obestric Cases MILLER'S fclCATESSEN $ HAMBURGER f AND COFFEE INN$ I CUTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) X LIVERPOOL f |VAYS FRESH- X SMALL GOODS X CONFECTIONERY | |E CREAM & MILK BAR £ ones DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: SS HOUGH, 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station k^~H~X~X~X~X~X~X^~X~X~*X OLLINGWOOD! GARAGE I ? ? X I THE FOREFRONT FOR? 20 YEARS. £ Ff kial N. R. M. A. Garage. | ieneral Motor Engineering: j; Body Building »{' Panel Beating, Ducoing, Ï. Oxy Welding I** OFFICIAL TESTER $ M. Barrett, Prop. £ iONE: LIVERPOOL 317 | CAMELIA FLORIST 34 MOORE ST., LIV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

"SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 Scott Street, Liverpool FOR ALL WREATHS. SPRAYS AND BOUQUETS Nonna Bray. Florist. A. J. GOODE 184-6 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL 'Phone UB782S WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE DURING THE YEAR AND WISH ALL A ' - HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 1947 MEN'S AND BOYS* CLOTHING SPECIALISTS A VERY LARGE RANGE OF LADIES* SUPPERS INSPECT, OUR STOCKS ??????????????????????????ni DRAWING OF ? Totally and| Permanently Disabled Soldiers' GUESSING COMPETITION will take place at 3 pm SATURDAY, 25th JANUARY, 1947 During the ''Back to Liverpool" Athletic Carnival HAVE YOU GOT YOUR TICKET ? !????????????????????????????????? TAXI! CALL UB7880 OR Ur. sm Weddings, Parties, Funerals iipeciaiiy catered for. IMMEDIATE SERVICE. 24 HOURS A DAY u. ??"?,? i.',,i'?." LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR .r.îr.iissioner for Aflts. N.S.W. ¡inc' Victoria> '.I. WAV PA HAD Ot CABRAMATTA LB J-10 :: .>......;-.Td K0U.=c. IV C;.«.',J-rcjph St Sydney. B ':<m. -(iminç rrsrtice aüer Miii .iry Se...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

GOSSIP Hubby l^ang of Bruin's claimed ti. have caught eighteen fish in the River last week of an average length of six inches and au. aver- age weight of three-quarters of a [xjiind each. What ? Had they bien brought up on lead. Bob ? . * . It is said that the Fisheries Dept. wants 2/ to register a prawn net and that it has to be at the most 30 feet in length and 1& yiches in mesh. lt is expected that all industries clubs awl organisations in the dis- trict will nominate a tu£-crwar team for the big Athletic Carnival at the Liverpool Show Ground on Monday. 25th january

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NEW BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

NEW BUILDINGS The following new structures were approved ty Liverpool Municipal Coun- cil at the last meet ins on 17th Decem- ber: Mr. R. At quino, brick lock-up shop, lot 3, corner Hume Highway and Goul- burn Street. Builder. Mr. G. Woolford. Value £550. M3strs'. A. W. and M. A. Nellis, flbro cottage, Nmvarra Road. £700. Mr. E. H. C.-. rd' flbro cutta ie. Junc- tion Read. £1650. Mr. W. Curtis. addition» cottage Cooper Avenue, £60. Messrs. A. P. and A. Capare, addi- i tions tc shop. Hume Highway, £25. Mr. A. Wilson, flbro cottage New- bridge Road. . £ 650. Mr. C. Whelan, additions cottage. Epsom Road. £20. Mr. R. Whyte, additions cottage Cas- tlereagh Street. £75. Mr. H. E. Taylor, erection flbro garage. Moorebank Avenue. £50, Mrs. A. K. Thompson. flbro cottage, Nuwarra Road, £500. Mr. T. R. E. Pitt, fibra cottage, Illawarra Read, £650.

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POULTRY FARMERS Fellow Poultry Farmers, [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

POULTRY FARMERS Fellow Poultry Farmers, ¡ As president of your association it has become ray pleasure, in the absence of our gsneral «.ecretary. to write our week I ly press release and broadcast. Mr. Pearce is away on his annual leave, a holiday which he richly deserves and we wish him every happiness. j This is the time of the year when we poultry farmers should take stock of ourselves and find out whether we have j.rosressed or otherwise. If we have not progressed thin we must plan ahead. One of the first questions we should ask ourselves is "how have we as an industry progressed in regard to annual holidays?" I find I have not had a holi- day since I commenced poultry farming nine years ago. Prom what I have seen and heard, this applies to most poultry farmers. Why is it that we must work seven days a week of 72 hours, in many cases with the help of our wives ana families, and for what I think you will agree with ms when I say il is because .our returns are so low that we must c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

TOM SHARPE for FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ^ Fresh Supplies Dany [187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL - - Our Motto: Qualny and Service. Where Quality una Safety Count - We'do (he Work. - - <í> G. J. L JOHNSON LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER (Est- .1920) 'PHONE: LIV. 347 527 CABRAMATTA RD. CABRAMATTA ll Manchester St., Dulwich Hill

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 26 December 1946

WATT FOR rr ! 1 THE WILLYS IS ON THE WAI lhi; is the tamous Jeep's younger brother, with all the Jeep tm sturdy Stiren g h ana! reliability, plus m STYLE, COMFORT, AND ECONOMY 1 Other cars will be old-fashioned wh¡ n the WILLYS arrives. J Place vour order v. ;i :|f PAT. CULLEN f Willys Dealer for the District. J GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION fl HUM- HIGHWAY. LIVUKP _ ...-->.'u: L V 5 || -,- I WHEATLEYS 1 GH CLASS BOOT REPA i O: dy il ie Best Workmanship | Try us also for * LEATHER and GRINDER TRAVEL GOODS j if Solid Lea; her Attache Case| if Solid' Leather Gladston Bag*? if Su¿:eases. 1 if School Cast^ m WHEATLEYS j ... MACQUARIE STREE! LIVERPOOL j UB7826 j DELICATESSEN FJt::SII, QUALITY GOODS DAI1 G. BAILEY Next Commonwealth Bank LIVERPOOL JOIN OUR POULTRY CLUB Sinsuvc ><>u» Xmas Poultry supj -pay a little at a time as you c ;p:ire il into BA ÎLE Y'S POULTRY CLUB Phone UB7878 "FUEL FUEL' WOOD, COAL, COKE L-UOMPT DELIVERY GENERAL CARRYING, Anywhere, 1 time. Contact:...

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