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KING OF SPORTSMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

KING OF SPORTSMEN Attention of readers is drawn to the Gala Carnival to be held at the Sports Arena on Saturday, 15th February in aid of charity. Commencing with a procession from Macquarie £\reet¡. Etyi$iejyii the -shpw will commence at the Sports Arena on Saturday afternoon at 2.15. It will be one of the most spectacular programs ever seen at the Arena. Details may be obtained from, an advertisement appearing on page 2.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

GARDEN NOTES By "EVERGREEN" Special care must bs taken of an- nuals such as Zinnias as they will quickly wilt during hot spells unless .the soil is kept i-u -cool and moist. This can be done by mulching and avoid overhead watering and sprinkling aim give the plants a good watering at the roots. Overhead watering only has a tendency to sun-scaM the foliage and flowers. As the hot weather continues it is advisable to give them a good soak- ing at least once a veek right down to thei' roots. A basin may be formed :r the soil r- und the base oí the plant and this, if filled with good mulching material such as old cow manure or stabie -i;an<ve may be filled wit:> wat« and allowed to soak down to the roots. Unless Summa venables are kept mov- ing daring ihn Summer montas «ii'.y are likely to run to seed very quickly and prove useless. Every effort after any light showers by surface cultiva- tion helps to keep plants moving in which case they are much more tender, and the fla...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

j RAYTONA I I IS THE TONIC FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T | I SLEEP - EAT - WORK I j RAYTONA I X Only 2/6 BottL^ from | j A. T. MURRAY, « p s I I DISPENSING CHEMIST. Phone UB7642 I IN A HURRY ! CALL A CAB ! RING UB7780 FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE - 24 HOURS A DAY Weddings, Partie», Funerals, Specially Catered for- ' He tur ned Soldiers X LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH R S L. X X M emilers are hereby reminded and notified that in accordance .£ with the decision made al last meeting" ! I NOMINATIONS OF OFFICE-BEARERS FOR 1947 MUST I REACH THE SUB BRANCH SECRETARY NOT LATER X THAN 8 30 P M FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7th I % Nominations must be in writing and signed by two nominating ^ members as well as by the candidate for office. Í ll. D. CATERSON. Hon.,. Secretary. [ t SHOP LOCALLY Because IT IS EASIER CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosper, that Prosperity is reflected in More Local Employment. Brighter Premises. Enhanced Prestige for Your Town. Let THE LEADER be Your Buying Guide. BUY LOCALLY FROM ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

ENGAGEMENT Dickerson - Fitzgerald The engagement is announced (by proxy) of Audrey youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fitzgerald, Atkin- son Street, Liverpool, to John, third son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dickerson of Welshpool, Perth, W.A.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE i Macquarie Street, Liverpool Hot and Cold Water Throughout. Best Refrigeration. 'WE DELIVER. Phone UB GIVE YOURSELF A NEW YEAR TRH with a Danish Cool Wav NO ODOUR, NO HEAT, NO DISCOMFORT. The latest hair-do in America. Quick to do and long las FOR THE DANISH COOL WAVE, see "JUDITH EVE" MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOl or Phone UB?<857 for Appointment Tel : UB7863 UVERPOCÍL TAXI SERVICE L. RAW, Proprf -- t----^---M^^ OUAIJTV MEAT . AND PROMPT AND COU RTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB7 j Children Given the Same Attention as Adults. j S A T I S F ACTION AS SURED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. HOTEL LIVERPOOL r0pp thePort0ffic«> ¡ ! i Í Only the Beet is Good Anoiligh for Our Patons j _Phone UB7?t78_ ^--^--- . -I-^ £ IMMEDIATE D^BUVERY. I SILENT KN IGHT REFRIGERJiTORS Electric. Gas. H lerosene ONLY £55 ' °NLY I TERMS ARRANC »ED j Call and discuss your Ref rigeratoi ; problem with me. B. BARNES' Warwick ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

GOSSIP Mrs. Monteith, who has purchased 'Miss Muffett's Baby Frock Shop' from Mrs. Puroey, can show you some beau- tiful babies and young children's wear. Two very special lines are the knitted wear and the cuddle russ. * * . Its a fact. Paddy McMahon (whc used to train dogs) now has the dogs training him. It appears that Paddj is all out to win the Challenge Mills 100 yards championship on Sunday. * * * The ubiquitous and popular Twem I low, who has shown the liveliest inter- est in ail local affairs since coming to Liverpool, is being moved by his bank to Picton. There he will work under Iiis old boss Mr. Potts. Twem is going to be missed by a number of bodies to which he has been a tower of strength. A great host of friends wish him well in his new sphere. * . * The question of the hour. Mrs. Bur- ton wants to know, 'where cud Mrs« Shortis get the soap?' * * * Leave your adverts and news 1 terna for the 'Leader' at Liverpool Electrical Installations (Chun's Building), 42 Scott St...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINE DISPLAYS Praise for Procession [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

FINE DISPLAYS Praise for Procession One of the most notable and success- ful of a long ssries of events, connect-^ ed with the "Back to Liverpool' Cele-* b âtions just concluded, was the mon- ster procession through the streets. Many eulogistic references to the size, variety, and completeness of this 'free show' have been made to 'The Leader'. All credit is due to the organ- isers-a sub-committee of the main '".mmittse. consist'ng of Messrs. Smith Dunbier and Potter. Through their untiring efforts and unflagging enthus- iasm, a vast convoy of almost every description of conveyance, from the humble 'shank's pony' to the latest and slcekist model Pontiac, and including cycles, scooters, perambulators, utili- ties, cars, trucks, caravans, sulkies, am- bulances and' patrol wagons etc. etc. formed up at the Railway Station and wended its Slow and circuitous way through the town and to the Show- ground . Practically the whole of the local populace was massed along the route of the proces...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

GOSSIP With the early approach of the foot- ball season. Liverpool Football Club has get early into training. All four grades stripping on Tuesday night. The an- nual general meeting and election of officers will take place in a week's lime. The ladies are particularly de- sired to roll uH ai force and take an active part in the social side of the club. * * * Ah well. Every littlj helps,' said Sgt. Cas.imeie as he received Constablê Ted of ? that ilk as relief for a month up in them thar wild Campbelltown hills. * * Di We'ce lost our two young constables too-Rames and Kentwell have one to the Police School at Penrith to com- plete their training. The course takes six weeks. , * * * Have you heard of the Japanese SPY who has been operating out Casula and Prestons way recently. We haven't seen him yet, but we've had. a number of complaints and invitations to "do something' about him. We understand that local police have been informed ; of the activities of this mysterious oriental gen...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

GOSSIP A tale has erne up out of Lake Illa wana, that Laddie Dixon who is holiday- ing down tiere with his mothar (Snow bainj forced into batching meantime), hcoked a shark. In the ensuing tug a-war Laddie failed to land the shark but it very nearly 'watered' him ! * * * Now here's news indeed ! Aid. Sten- ner ('Sid' affectionately to a vast host of fiiends, including almost all the top end populace), has disposed cf the boot making business he has conducted on thE' Highway for 35 years. Jack Eagleton of Blake's is taking over the boot-repairing business. Sid is not sure just how he w.ll fill in his time. "I've sat at my bsnch and watcheää the world go past my door for thirty-five years," he told a Leader man. "Now I feel like getting out and taking a more active part in the local world's actvities." The lottery ticket agency is to be carried on as usual. * * * The famous Cooper Louvres, in short supply awhile back because of the ex- traordinary post-war demand for them, are now rea...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER HOURS TRADING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

AFTER HOURS TRADING Glen Ackermann, 31 The Crescent Fairfield faced the now not uncommon charge of keeping his shop open after midnight, before Mr. Meagher, S.M. at Liverpool Police Court on Monday last. Const. Barnes of No. 21 Mobile Squad Sydney, in evidance, stated that at about 12.5 a.m. on 28th December last he was on duty in The Crescent, with Const. Bullen and saw a number, of people in Ackermann's hamburger shop. A number of people entered the shop and at 12.30 a crowd of young   people entered. At 12.40 two youths en- tered and then two young girls. As witness and Constable Bullen approach- ed the shop a man walking past knock ed on the window. The woman work- ing in the window looked in their direction and went and closed the door. He saw the women serve hamburgers to the two young girls. Defendant opened the door and Const. Bullen told him he had had the shop under ob- servation since midnight and had seen and counted 32 people enter. Defend- ant asked 'were ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 6 February 1947

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists CalL Write, or Ring UB/Ö/3 231 MACQUARIE ¿T., _LIVERPOOL I ÇOR 5ALE WHEN SHE SAYS 'YES' go to Weir and Green for the ring. Many beautiful designs. Weir and Green, JewsLeis, Macquarie Street. ROCK LIME in drums, approx. 4cwt. ll/- per cwt. 11,6 fer single cwt. N.S.W. Produce, Liverpool. UB7690, RAND ELECTRIC STOVETTE. 240v. 2000 watt, cream and green. £1G/I0/ lmmejia.e delivery. Sheardown and Bushel, Macquarie St. Liverpool. CANE LOUNGES, Sun-room Suites. ,and Doll's Cots at Sheardown and Bushell. Phone UB7861. FLOOR POLISHER, high speed .dom. elect, type, £1M cash or terms. Sheardown and Bushell* Macquarie St. Liverpool. UÇ7861. SHEET METAL WORK of any kind carried out. Hates ngiit and workman- ship guaranteed. A. L. Chun, Scott Street. Phone UB7868. FLORAL COTTON SUN-FROCKS, SSW and SW, 19/6. 13'coupons, at Rosa-, linds Frock Salon, 202 Macquarie St. ! Liverpool. I WHITE SILK LINEN SHORTS, SW and W, 25/1 and 5 coup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

CHURCH NOTll Salvation Arm* Protestant Hall, Haine SUNDAY ll a.m. Holiness Meeting 2 p.m. Y.P. Meettôg. Ho>J 2."80 p.m/ Y.P.- ipwKr UvL* Hargreave Falk; \ 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. \ Methodist Church I SUNDAY, -IREBRUARY \ LrVERPOOL*-li a.». Rev» 7 p.m. Rev. C; Moore« INGLEBURN-ll a.m. Pr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

5,000 Lice on One Hen Lice multiply by millions in the hot months. Don't let parasites wipe out your egg production or retard the growth of your pullets. D DEATH Definitely Destroys Tick - Lice - Mite - Fleas Simply spray round the perches, .?nests, or on the birds themselves and the parasites will be definitely destroyed as they come in contact with Ddeath. Easy to apply-one application enough - potent for six months. Concentrated 23 1 gall. 83 8 four gallons. N S W. PRODUCE CO. Pty Ltd! Scttttt&tr'eet, Liverpool STAN BLACKIE SIGNS WINDOWS SHOP FRONTS VEHJCLEB PHONE UB1710 W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing and General Smithing. A tradesman'« job guaranteed. "SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP 69 Scott Street Live: pool FOR ALL WREATHS, SPRAYS AND BOUQUETS Norma Bray, Florist. Phone VU "820 HOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROY S. TURTON Architectural Draughtsman Macquarie Chambers 61 Macquarie Street, Parramatta 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Ph. UW77...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH R S S and A I L A. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING andi ELECTION OF OFFICERS will be held in the CLUBROOMS on t FRIDAY, 21st FEBRUARY AT 8 P.M. All financial members arc requested to make a sjKJcial effort to attend. li. 1). CATERSON. Phone UH7811. Hon. Secretary. FRUIT S ALINE that REFRESHES, QUENCHES THIRST, COOLS ON HOT DAYS . Contains nu Silbar or Epsom Sa'ts. if you like a ( GOOD SALINE We can recommend this one at " ' \ 2/3 and 3/6 perbottle Procurable from A. T. MURRAY, M RS, Chemist, LIVERPOOL- Phone UB7642 MOTHERS! YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN WILL BE THE SUFFERERS resulting from OPEN DRINKING SALOONS from 6 p m- to 10 p m BE SURE TO VOTE I 2 3 Inserted by N'.S.YV. Temperance Alliance. EQUINE GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE A. C. M<XJRATH, 141 MACQUARIE STMET, UVHIPOOL TEL UB7661 1*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 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 if*not coming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. FRIDAY, SATURDAY February 14 and 15 Easily the most ini]>oriai]t TWO main feature show ever presented Noel Coward's Technicolor epic "BLYTHE 7 SPIRIT (A) With Hex Harrison and Constance Cummings, and a hupe cast of great stage artists. Also the Marx Bros. in «A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA' _(A) SATURDAY MATINEE Marx Bros. in "A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA" and All Action Western. MONDAY~anoVll7liSDAY , February 17 and 18 Walt. Disney's "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS" (G) In Technicolor. Also Dairwood and Blondie in "BLONDIE'S LUCKY DAY" (G) Positively No Free List No Bookings. Doors1 open 7 p.m. WEDNF6DAY. THURSDAY February 19 and 20 AH Ac*:on Technicolor Show Errol Flynn. Alexis Smith in "SAN ANTONIO" Also Robert Stanton in "THE GENTLEMAN MISBEHAVES » (G) DOES YOUR CAR NEED ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P. & C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

P & C ASSOCIATION At Liverpool Public School on Mon cny, afteryioon las«, members of the Parents and Citizens' Association, to- gether with members of the teaching staff of the school met to bid farewell , to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Twemlow, both of whom have been for a long time stalwart workers on .behalf of the j Association and the Infants School ! Clubs. ! Presentations of a handsome electric j clock from the P. and C. and a beau- tiful vase from the Infants' Club were made to the guests of hcnour by Mr. Teasdale (headmaster) and Mr. Ayres respectively. Many other members spoke in deep appreciation of the assistance given to the school by Mr. and Mrs. Twemlow. A pleasant afternoon tea, served and provided by the ladies cf the associa- tion, was enjoyed by all.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANDERERS' CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

WANDERERE' CRICKET CLUB A friendly match «as played by the above-named Club on Sunday. February 3rd against Fairfield C Grade. The match was played on the home ground of the Wanderers and a splendid day's cricket was enjoyed by both teams. There were many deSjjhiîfuï featuifcs during the game, and quite a number of entertaining episodes ensued. The crowning glory of the match, which resulted in victory for the Wan- j deters, proes to the ever-masterful bats- | men called Lofty. With the Wander- ers in a tight corner, and the score at 6 down for 38. the captain. Mr. Norris Norris, was endeavouring to hold the end up and mould the score to pre- vent his team's defeat. Lofty, who was a doubtfull player, owing th pressing domestic matters, arrived at the ground when the situation was critical, and donning his pads he went to the wicket, determined to 'support his captain in keeping high the team's prestige. The first ball bowled to Lofty was gloriously driven straight through the covers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

Tîie "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit). 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL WILLIAMSON'S BREAD

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Liverpool Show Further Results SECTION E—FRUIT AND VEGETABLES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

Liverpool Show Further Results SECTION' E-FRUIT AND VEGETABLES i Bunch of Rhubarb: E. Mison 1 fnd 2. Bunch of Spinach: E. Mison 1, Mrs. Oliver 2. Two Queensland Blue pump- kins: E. Mison 1, C. Crystal 2. Two pumpkins, any other variety: R. James 1, E. Mison 2. One dozen onions, any variety: R. James 1, E. Mison 2. Bunch of bsetroct, E. Mison 1 and 2. Bunch of parsnip: E. Mison 1 and 2. Bunch of carrots Mrs. F. Attwood 1 and 2. Apple Cucumbers: F' Strick- land 1 and 2. Lom cucumbers. E. Mison 1. Two quarts French beans: E. J. Rowlands 1. Two cabbages: E. Mison 1. One dozen tomatoes: E. Mison 1, J. [ Vigfleigh 2. Six leeks: E. Mison I ?ind f 2. Best collection of vegetables, not less j than three varieties: E. Mison 1, G. '. Wilts 2. Fourteen pounds potatoes, any variety: E. Wilts 1. E. J. Rowlands 2. Two marrows: Welter Childs 1. E. J. Rowlands 2. Collection of onions: E. Mison 1 and 2. Black Hamburg Grapes: T. A. Haerse ? 1 and 2. Black muscat eraoes: G. C. ' Haerse 1. T. A. Haerse ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 February 1947

GOSSIP Whilfc retunüli2 from Ja (ian about six weeks ago. Geoff Tebb of Terminus Street had a very rough trip. The plane cn which they wi-e travelling made two forced landings, one at Okinawa and thc second on Amboina, and while waiting there for a p'a^e from Dar- win Geoff had to live for three d^vs on ric? and water (so perhaps, rc being unprocurable here. ac it has been for some cfcns'tferable time., will nc4, worry Geoff a*, all). Whilst on the first st->ee of his jorrncy bcrr>e. he saw the Kanimbh on the Inland Sea. Bîother Eric wis aboard the Kanimbla cn his way to Japan, while brother Arthur is expected home on the Man- oora by the end of the mcnth. He, tco has been Ja nan. It is two years since Arthur was heme last. Both yovn? men intend eoi^g imo the butchery busbies with tl'eir father in Terminus Street. I Keep Friday evening, 14th February ft-ee. 'hen attend tine meeting to be held in the 'Scouts' Hall, corner of Mcbrc ard Castlereagh Street«) (at 8 p.m. See adverti...

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