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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

SPIRITS AND WINES DOZEN LOTS ASSORTED, WINES, WHISKEY, BRANDY GIN, RUM AND UQUERS 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. PHONE: UB7$39 iIN AND iIN GARDEN HOSE FROM 9D PER " COLE'S FOR GARDENERS1 HARDWARE NEEDS OUALITY MEAT ! ND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from i S. T. PEARCE ! BUTCHER :QUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB7885 Children Given the Same Attention as Adults. SATISFACTION ASSUJREJ> J »ER NEW MANAGEMENT. FOLEY'S CORNER c^w.) RMINUS STREET LIVERPOOL esh Fruit and Vegetable* Daily. Fresh Cakes Daily THE SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL. + GENERAL CARRIER AND CONTRACTOR C. W. MILLER ! 14 TERMINUS STREET, LIVERPOOL niittire Removed. |-"si.'nrn<Given. 'Phone: Liv. 338 WOLLONDILLY v. ¡HE RESULT- A FOREGONE CONCLUSION X ?)}.].( >XI)ILLV ALWAYS has a Speedy Victory over Flies. | ^(¡uitoes and Silverfish- WOLLONDILLY is sate, sure and ;i* economical. X ¡PINT COSTS only 1/6 1 GALLON costs only 7 6, from ;j> A. T. MURRAY f HEMIST LIVERPOOL X Phone UB7642 ? ". X HOP LOCAL...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

GOSSIP Tu Mr. Les 1MU tl. thc popular Livcrpo >1 Lrniler and (ireen ;r<;cer ol' Seo. Street, a very line Xmas Iv.x /rom Mrs. Milleu - a Italy daughter on Xmas live. *? gratulations both. Mew ov r from Melbourne, and iv ng with Mr. and Mrs. J .iel. aac ;:. Aunty's Cafe at the Cross- roads. Mr' Tyers and friend. Also Miss dc Carterel. another visitor from thc showery" southern slate. * i * Closed down for ten days dur [ ing the holidays, Merle Keyes I Ladies' Hairdressing establish in ni ? Merle and hubby Clive, to- gether with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keyes of Chi])]ling Norton and Mr. and Mrs- J. Delaney are dis .?or ing themselves down at Cul- burra Beach.- The Burckhardls ire juo'-oring over Ifrom Broken Hill to join them there. * * * At the Protestant Hall on thc Monday before Xmas GUOOF foandmastcr Bro. E. L. Wilson unveiled a roll of honor to mem- bers of Star of Liverpool" Branch who had served in either of the wo Great Wars. Then lhere was the publican who j gu: Ins ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

WHY SEND TO TOWN WHEN WE ARE NOW IN THE POSFTION TO DO ALL YOUR REPAIRS COPPERS COPPER RE-CASING \ < And All. Sheet-Metal Ropair*, e c Wte Pick Up and Definer A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET :: ;? UVERPOOL Telephone UB7866 I- MISS CLARKE $ X (Late Evershed's) £ }- »IVCQUAME ST., LIVERPOOLS I QUALITY BLOCK CAKE f f AND SPONGE J jC ICE CREAM and CONFECTIONER) 2 ' -'- V %~ T^-~*t-*f T*^*t-*-t*Tt*lt*t r'- TWVIV-*-t^O*^*!' » L» VERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL CARRYING SAND, ASHES, SOIL. METAL, Ec. Phone Liverpool 34. i ACQUIRE THAT WELL GROOMED Aà't'iùA RANCE-Visit LI VERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridge*) Has in stock ali the popular Tobaccos and Cigarettes, and a Wide range of Smokers' Accessories and Toilet Lines ATTENTION ! MOTORISTS I I Panel Beating and Repairs j done cheaply. E. A. TAYLOR I C/o. Collingwood Garage Hume Highway, Liverpool Phone Liv. 317. ARE YOU COMING BACK TO LIVERPOOL? Keep These Dates Free. JANUARY 21s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

TOM SHARPE for FKUIT AND VEGETABLES -- Fresh Supplies Daily -<s 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL Our Motto: Quality and Service. M 'herc Quality ana Safety Count - We do the Work. JOHNSON LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER (Est- J920) ' PHONE: UV. 347 527 CABRAMATTA RD. CABRAMATTA ll Manchester St., Dulwich HUI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

WAIT FOR IT I THE WILLYS IS ON THE WA li ?. is the famous Jeep's younger brother, with all the Je^j slurdy strength andi reliability, pius STYLE, COMFORT, AND ECONOMY Ol her ears will be old-fashioned when the WILLYS arrives. 1 Place your order with 1 PAT. CULLEN I Willys Dealer for the District. I GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION ! HUME HIGHWAY. LIVERPOOL.-'Phone CB7815 | WHEATLEYS j HIGH-CLASS BOOT REP, Only the Best Workmanst Try us also for LEATHER and GRINDI TRAVEL GOODS if Solid Leather Attache O if Solid Leather Gladston E if Suitcases. if School Cases WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE: sn LIVERPOOL UB7826 DELICATESSE! FRESH, QUALITY GOODS 1 G. BAILEY Next Commonwealth B LIVERPOOL JOIN OUR POULTRY CLUB Ensure your Xmas Poultry -pay a little at a tune as j spare it into BAILEY'S POULTRY CLUB Phone UB7878 I "FUEL WOOD, COAX, COKfl F ROMPT DELIVERY! GENE BAL CARRYING, AnywlJ time. Contact: GOULD and SAUR! Opposite Post Office: CABS r*GBOCEBS**: * * '^CONFECT HARDWARE MERCHA! 'ROSE'S GENERAL ! 3...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

ARRIER WHERE ANYTIME r, Job Too Large, j Job Too Small VALENTINE *THUMBERLAND ST, LIVERPOOL j Salvation Army Hall) \D\ ICE TO )PKEEPERS AND HOUSEWIVES siti-faction from your RIGERATOR thc summer months. , it checked NOW, by H1LDS BROS. on Road, Moorebank Phone: UB1692 pío REPAIRS Consult MCMAHON (ex-A.W.A.) \L1FIED ENGINEER iONE UB7685 fyche's Newsagency LIVERPOOL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

H, FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY ff LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Tieadlfig BottJe Companies öf Sydney, Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bones, Rags, Kitchen Fats, Scrap Metal. All at Highest Market Price«. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Uv. 563 AINSWORTH STUDIO S3 BATHURST STREÇT, LIVERPOOL Phone Uv. ISO. FOR YOUR PORTRAIT We Endeavour to Solve Your Meat Problems. GEDDES' MEAT MART Macquarie Street, Liverpool FOR MEAT YOU CAN* EAT. Best attention given to children. Phone UB7836 FOOD FOR THOUGHT... JCE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD ÇLEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION. £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT ICE WORKS R- A- Dunbier, Prop. Phone: Livei-nool 146 After Hours, Liv. 191 RAILWAY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL Alt the Station AI! the Best of Wines, Spirits, Beer. We will deliver. Phone UB7S03 -*-, Better than Mother used to make-, DELICIOUS MEAT PIES from . . AUNTY S CAFE (J. A. Isaac, Proprietor) CROSSROADS, LIVERPOOL HOT ROAST DINNERS, GRILLS, LI...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURTS MOLESTED AT MOVIES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

THE COURTS MOLESTED AT MOVIES ... ^.vtipuui i oiiCe cum i »a&i lian, ucioiv Jil. -HCayuci , O . ¿VJ-. IIUOU piv.aucu guilty tu a oiaige ol txaaaUimi¿¿ ¿lOtó v~a\eu, a i«-niaiC, ii! mc icc^ai i ileane, liverpool, oil -is. uccciaucr. i.n ev.ucncc, L^I-COIISL . icene uau Svaicu ulai un me nigiu in ^ut-'suuii, o(_n_nuaii(. UI^UL 4.0 me oiiuix «nu »at next io nene craven. UL jud mo ilanu UCiuSs J/Cl /ty JUSL tli-iove nie KilCC. K5I(^ OJiiipiaiucvjL tu Uilll iuiCi lujo HiJli lu M Up il. J ie men M cut ou't'siUc. ,\iiu' niiervai nc Came uacK. 311e mm cu up one scat, Kavuig a v-cam >eai ueiween uiciu. ne again put ms nanci over ..lin-i Vi UM lU^i.liy uCl icg ? one USn.CCl .KU; I.U SIUJ), tiicn ¿jut up ana wem .jiu.-iui.-, \MJL'IC sile cujiapseti ano i lau .(j IM: Lauen tu Uer nome by auiuuiaiicc. L/C i euclam went um. s¡uc, loo, aim wau nome, cater, wlicu questioned ai ü:s home, ne atinmicci tue offence and made a statement. Defendant uas quite sober wlien Hie ol lenee was com- m...

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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

AROUND THE TOWN No doubt about it-marbles are the I craze just now. Saw Gordon Hemming pull his hanky out to "wipe his nose the other day and half-a-dozen Cornelias and agates came with it. * * * h Summer is reaily here. Ask Station f Officer Tow Lawrence of Liverpool Fire j brigade. And look at the list over the , last few days: 18th December, electric I iron alight at the Roughledge home in Hargreaves Park; 20th December, bush fire at the back of Warwick Farm; 21st December, fire in a Ford sedan owned by Mr. C. Pearce in Mick Barret's garage - this was a particularly good/ save by the brigade; same day another bush fire at Warwick Farm; ?mas Day. electric refrigerator alight at the shop cf William Anamais - again a good save, only a \ h.p. motor burned out; 2i/th December, scrub fire at Warwick Farm and a small wooden bridge dam- aged. * * * Oh boy! The things Doug McWhinnie ' did during his holiday at Wollongong-. 1 Ey the way, the RSL tells us that Doug has not yet paid for the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB760S Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify ti not coming by per- manent reserve holoers cancels reserves. FRIDAY - SATURDAY January 3-4 THE FILXTYOU'VK BEEN WAITING FOR "STATE FAIR" G,: in Technicolor Also: JOAN LESLIE in "CINDERELLA JONEt" (G) SATURDAY MATINEE "STATE FAIR" also ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MONDAY - TUESDAY January Cr7 DON AMECHJE. GENE ~ TIERNEY. CHAS. COBURN in "HEAVEN CAN WAIT" (A) In Technicolor Also: WAYNE AiORRIS. EU. C. ROBINSON, BETTE DAVIS, in "KID GALLAH AD" (A) Pal rom Nrfc - On (recount of Icntjih of Programme, "Heaven Can IVaW coiiimvnces 7.30 p.vi WED. - THURSDAY January 8-9 THE AMERICAN SMITHY "CAPT. EDDIE"? willi Fred AI ac M ur ray. Lyim Bari. Thomas Mitchell. Also ALAN CURTIS in "INSIDE JOB" (A) WEDNESDAY MATINEE SPECIAL lillian Skinner's Stage Pantoinine "JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Also "CAPT. EDDII DOES YOUR CAR NEED Ducoing, Duluxing, Polishing, Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

LAND AND PROPERTY MR. E. TULLY wishes lo advise his numerous clients that the Office will be closed as irom 24th December, 1946, until 6th January, 1J47, and to convey to his many clients and friends . . . THE SEASON'S GREETINGS. £. TULLY, Lied. Auctioneer M. A.A. Railway Square Real Estate Specaiist? Cali, Write, or Ring UB7673 231 MACQUARIE ST., FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY LIVERPOOL UB7847 FOR SALE POUR CAMPING STRETCHERS. See G. Oucker,, 413 Hume Highway, Liver- pool. SIDE CAR and Chassis, suit light Eng- I lish cycle. Apply 6 Moore St. Liver- ; pool before 3 p.m. J SINGLE BARELLED SHOT GUN, 12 gauge, £5. ©urkwood. Strawberry Farm, Hume Highway, Crossroads. BEAUTIFUL CUT-GLASS, Pottery, Royal Stafford Ware at Weir and Green's, 194 Macquarie. St. Liverpool. TYRES, TYRES. TYRES. We have the largest stock in the District. 16in, 17 in, I8in, 19in, 20in and 21in. Also 32x6 and 32x7 Truck Tyres. L. Raw, Cross Roads Garage, Liverpool. Phone Liv. 2fi8. FLORAL SATIN 2-pee. Swim Suits, ÖW an...

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PEEPS INTO THE PAST No. 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

PEEPSi INTO THE PAST No. 6 Those who know the present Matas bridges Family Hotel in Macquarie Street, Liverpool, will be interested per- haps in the fcllowin? extract from an old history of the town which shed lasóme light cn an earlier hest of the rame house, "Mr. Alfred Cloke. Holelkceper, ot Cloke's Färatily Hbtel, was bom in Lon- j den in 1857 and educated there. He-j served three and a half years with the Metropolitan Pclíce Fon;? of that city and then in 1880 came to Sydney where he was immediately appointed to a posi- tion of loclc-up-keeper at Parramatta. HE held this position for two years and then, having gained much credit, re- signed and commenced business on his own account as a Fruit Agent at Parra- matta. After being thus occupied for eighteen mcn.'hs. he gave it up, and went as warder to Goulburn Gaol. He resigned after ei^ht months and in Í885 purchased the hotel he still conducts. This is one of the leading hotels i!. Liverpool, containing 22 tooms, with every conv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY FARMERS THE PRICE OF EGGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

POULTRY FARMERS THE PRICE OF EGGS Cn the J9th December, two executive officers of thc A.P.F.A. met Mr. East, Deputy Prie»; Branch fer N.S.W., to place before him recent increased prices in feed and the immédiate need for an ic Tja ss in the''price of eggs. Mr. East was given a resume of the meeting of the executive officers witli Mr. Kelly of the Commonwealth Prices Branch in May last. 1 The executive officers painted out t;i ¡ Mr. East that since the 8th May, 1946, bran and pollard had increased by S/10 per ton. and as from 23/12/46 wheat wa; to b2 increased by 8d per bushel,, thus making thc burden far heavier than the poultry farmer could carry. He a'ready had carried ail increased in costs since the inception of Federal control. It was alïo pointed out that recent fibres from the Controller of Eup pWes show an average over-all decrease in eg? prices for the year ending 30th June, 134S. After examining various dockets sen' ; in by farmers. Mr. East told the execu- ! tive officers...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"BACK-TO-LIVERPOOL' CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

.ß ACK-TO-UVERPOOL' CELEBRATIONS The Council cf Agricultural Societies and tóe N.S.W. Trotting Club have both approved oí the change of dates for the big trotting fixture during the above celebrations. As advertised, it will now take place on Monday, 27th January, instead of Saturday, 25th January. Among other fine prizes awaiting the lucky lady to be chosen "Queen of Liverpool" are three pairs of fully fashioned sheer Ef-clektogs donated toy Kayser Hosiery. Hie Canine Corporation of Australia will hold a Dog Show and Pet Show combined on the Showground on Sun- day, 26th January. Tickets for the Flannel Ball, which promises to be one of those delightfully informal and comfortable affairs that is looked back cn and talked of with pleasure are already selling very well and those who want to make sure of a reservation are advised to ring the organiBlng-E-îcretary at Liverpool 34. Challenge Woollen Mills have kindly donated, a pair of blankets as a prize for one of ths many events, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

CHALLENGE WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. DESIRE TO PUBLICLY STATE THAT WK ARK NOT NOW. NOR HAYE WE EYER REEN. M ICM Bli RS OE THE COMMUNIST PARTY. WE CHALLENGE TH I«: ORIGINATOR OF THE MALICIOUS AND 1N|URKH'S RUMOUR TH AT WE HAYE H'M) PAST CONNECTION WITH THE COM- MUNIST PARTY TO DESIST FROM TH E MEAN SPIRITED WHISPERING CAMPAIGN INDULGED IN OVER THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS AND PRODUCE THE SLIGHTEST 1\V1 DENCE TO SUBSTANTIATE THE CHARGE. IE THE CHARGE OK POSSESSING A COMMUNIS- TIC (BACKGROUND CAN BE SUBSTANTIATED WE WILL PAY £50 EACH TO ANY CHARITY CHOSEN BY THE INDIVIDUAL PRODUCING THE NECESSARY EVIDENCE. WITH THIS PROVISO - THAT IE THE CHARGE PROVE BASELESS THE ACCUSER PAYS £50 TO A CHARITY NAMED BY US. (*¡<jnr<i) R. ROWELL (Signed ) R. D. W. CATERSON. A, J. GOODE 184-6 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL .Phone UB7825 IVE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PAT KO S AC, F. DUKING THF. Y F AK AND WISH ALL A HAPPY AN!) PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR * EXTRA SPECIAL QUALITY MEN 'S S PORTS SHIRTS ALL WANTED COL...

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FOOTBALLERS' DANCE PRESENTATION OF AWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

FOOTBALLERS' DANCE PRESENTATION OF AWARDS The annual danes of thc Liverpool nistrict Football Club held in the Town Hall. Mcnday, 23rd December, was well attended-a success botn socially and financially. Mr. J. O'Mr.Uey was cap abb as M.C. and a well-known Pad cinVon orchestra provided excellent music. ! Luring the evening, the Club's "Queen" rf the year, Miss Nola Nicholls, pre : ?i the prizes to those members who jad gained the various awards through- out the season. Awards were as follows: Mc5t improved player; A Grade, Gor- don Jones (the Mrs. Lawrence Trophy) ; B Grade, Keith Burton (10/6): C Grade, Gordon Parley (10/6); D Grade, Reg. Lcretti. - Best and fairest player: A Grads, Peter Nicholson (W. C. Geddes Cup); B Grade, Bob Wellingham (club trophy); C Grade, Bill Dudley (club trophy); D Gra:e, Bill Lovell (club trophy). Most outstanding player in the Club: ¡Wal Woodward, wfto won the two guin- eas donated by. Mfr Richards. Eest Utility man in the dub: Vince Murphy, 10/6. , E...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 2 January 1947

AROUND THE TOWN! They bring results because EV] CNE reacts them-Leader Classified Only a penny a word (minimum and they may be left at Leader < next the Fire Station in Scott Stre phoned through to Liverpool 34. * * * I Next meeting of Liverpool Sub-bi cf the R.S.L. will be held tomi (Friday) night. * * * Jean, who is to be married soon, presented with a rolling pin by i ious friends at the Crossroads at a Xmas Eve party. Fiancee Jack was ( a potholder and a bottle-washer. * * V "Gee!" exclaimed Lyn Raw on Bo night. "Someone's got their wireles loud." But it was only Freddie : making the welkin ring at still ano of Jack Isaac's gay and hearties. I cn Fred fell over the Crossroads -the great gap he made in it cai seen to this day! * * * Endeavours by Hoxton Park I ratepayers to raise the Liverpool T Hall in order to complain of the unsatisfactory sanitary service throi cut the holidays have failed. No home. * * # In his own latest caravan (d it, there we go with a frec&...

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GARDEN NOTES CARE OF YOUR PASSION VINE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

GARDEN NOTES By "EVERGREEN" CABE OF YOUR PASSION VINE IThe roots ccmmg from the base of your passion vine under the ground are from the original stock on which the vine was grafted, and should be removed j without delay as they are detrimental j to the growth of the vine. Carefully \ scrape the soil away and cleanly cut from the roots all traces of the runners and then firmly replace soil and water well. Other than for flowering purposes the shoots would not be of much use but may be transferred elsewhere if so de- sired. The object of grafting the vine is to prolong life and the grafted passion vine is claimed to go indefinitely, whereas the seedling vine ranges from 3 to 5 years in age. It is always advisable to keep planting from time to time and ! thus ensure a continuity of fruit. > A good manure is a mixture of Super, ¡ Sulphate of Potash and Blood and Bone. , You cannot go wrong with old cow or » horse manures with a little fowl, and ! a good standby are bones of all kinds...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

WHEATLEYS HIGH-CLASS BOOT REPA« Only the Best Workmanship. Try us also for LEATHER and GRINDERY TRAVEL GOODS Solid Leather Attache Cases. Solid Leather Gladston Bags ^ Suitcases. School Cases WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL UB7826 FOR DAILY FRESH SMALLGOOD, rt HY AT BAILEY'S DELICATESSEN Xext Commonwealth Bank LIVERPOOL ONLY THE BEST IN GOODS AND SERVICE PHONE UB7878 . "FUEL FUEL" WOOD, COAL, COKE PROMPT DELIVERY GENERAL CARNYING, Anywhere, An; time. Contact: | GOULD and SAURINE I Opposite Post Office. CABKAMAT'tJ .K GROCERS ' * * * WOTECTIONEBS' X HARDWARE MERCHANTS X ROSE'S GENERAL STORE 4* 368 Hume Highway X UVERPOOL At the Mill Road and Hoxton Park »*. Road Junction. J* HAM AND BEEF, FRUIT AND A VEGETABLES CARRIER ANYWHERE ANYTIME No Job Too Large. No Job Too Small S. VALENTINE 96 NORTHUMBERLAND ST LIVERPOOL (Near Salvation Army Hall) 1 RADIO REPAIRS Consult JIM MCMAHON (ex-A.W.A.) QUALIFIED ENGINEER PHONE UB7685 Wyche't Newsagency UVERPOOL

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 9 January 1947

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Sir, I have received an inquiry regarding the screening dates of the Walt Disney film, "Fantasia," and whether the sound j systems of suburban theatres are able j to do the great music in this film full j justice? In answer I would state that "Fan- tasia" will be screened on Monday and Tuesday nights early in February. The sound system at the Regal is the latest R.C.A. Photophone and as the ftound track on "Fantasia" was pro- duced by the R.C.A. Company, it necessarily follows that sound* systems manufactured by the organisation that handled the sound effects in "Fantasia" will and does give perfect reproduction. In fact the siund effects in this film have to be heard to be believed. It is the last word in third dimension sound and representatives of the local newspapers1 are to be given a preview of a portion of this film to substantiate our state- ments that our sound system will be specially adjusted by experts to give "Fantasia" the presentation it deserves....

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