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MANY HAPPY RETURNS [?] "LEADER" HAS A BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 February 1947

MANY HAPPY RETURNS !\ i "LEADER'' HAS A BIRTHDAY ^yiTH THIS ISSUE. "The Leader" enters ujx>n its second year of publication. Twelve months ago. when we first launched the paper, some of our more doleful 'friends' encouraged us with the prediction of three months' existence. One, super oplimist went s0 far as to admit we might last five months. That was the utmost limit in any prognostications regarding us. Well, we're still here, and growing. *'The Leader" is constantly reaching jmare people and giow.yjg thereby of greater v£,lue not only to its readers I but tc thcss without whose loyal sup- port it could not continue to function -the Advertisers. To these latter, most of whom have been with us from the start, but not forgetting the many who have jointe us in recent months, we think the occedon of our Birthday appropriate to say "Thanks, a lot I" Ir. tecame talent quite early that this j community needed and had lons-await ed an incependent local journal, tied to ?no cause, caus...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 February 1947

Only . BILLETT Lott St . LIVERPOOL [HEELERS IjMINIÜM TITLES 2/6 each ?RUIT LL AD J* bte. English Blue TEA SETS 21 pieces _45/"_ NEW SEASON'S DATES 1/5* lb IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL Ballway Street, Liverpool Phone 1187819 Í MATROX H. C. DAVIES .N.A. A.N.F. (State Ree.) General and Obestric Cases ÍCATESSEN X HAMBURGER $ AND COFFEE INN^ MILLERS I >TT ST. <ont>. Fire Station) X LIVERPOOL * \YS FRESH- £ »MALL GOODS ^ CONFECTIONERY $ CREAM & MILK BAR £ huios IYCLEANERS I Liverpool: m HOUGH. 187 Macquarie Street I- . I Cabramatta: ?GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station X-XK-X-XK~X~X~X~X-X~X; r N. R. M. A. * jj LIVERPOOL £ District Depot y M- Barrett's « )LLINGWOOD?i GARAGE Ï ENERAL ENGINEERS ;: el Beating, Duco Spraying\\ hctisedl Inspection Station Phone Liv. 317 ~x~x^~x~x*<~x~x«X"X"X~.« line Coing wood 1 h .. HOTEL ' I liÉilEltóWAy, LIVERPOOL f LOÖK BLpN THE LOUNGE j

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEEPS IN THE PAST No. 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 February 1947

PEEPS IN THE PAST No 9 Staff-Sergeant Burnside, oí Her Majesty's 12th Regiment of Foot, was colour-sergeant oí the regiment for no less than twenty-two years. During that cime he was in caarge pf the regimental hospital tn Mauritius apá at various cations in England. Upon his discharge .rom the service he took over the posi- tion of Superintendent of the Liverpool Asylum (now the State Hospital) with Mrs. Burnside as Matron and two of their five daughters as assistant mat- rons. This was in 1863. Six years later .\ir. Burnside died and a surgeon super- intendent was appointed in his stead jut the whole of the working manage- ment devolved upon Mrs. Burnside, in .wenty years the size of the institution doubled and in 188Ö the inmates num- bered no less than 750. Mrs. Burnside aad the institution almost self-sup- porting. All the boots and clothing needed were made and mended and a bakery c|)erfc|¿ed. Mrs. BUfcJiswie Itiaü «th« reputation oil t&ifcig indefatigable in her atten...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET Sou[?]hern Districts Rovers [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 February 1947

CRICKET Sooi|iern Districts Rovers This club, which just changed its name from 'Wanuerers.' played Gran- ville Non-Metallics on its home ground at the week-end. It was a perfect cricket day, the two days rain earlier having made the turf wicket a cricket ! ers' paradise. Non-Metallics won the toss and de- cided to take advantage of the wicket. I However, Rovers bowuig proved devas- tating quite early, lour wickets falling I from the first three overs. The next two batsmen stood up wen and carried the score to four for 65. Captain Gregson ?then put Shelly on to break up this partnership. He bowled three good overs, taking the next four wickets for 21. When their turn at the crease came, Rovtjra began badly. Even the depend- able stone-waller of the team started bitting catches. Wickets went fast and it was soon five for 38. Then 16-years f id Paul Garnish made a stand and took the score to five for 83. However he did not get much support and Rovers. were «01 out. for 69. . ! Tn the s...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY NEWS Guards for Chaff Cutting Machines [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 February 1947

POULTRY NEWS Guardi for Chaff Cutting Machines ia view ol the iany serious accidents wnich have occurred m the us¿. of chai: Luiter:-, Uie Department of Labour and jj.iut.Liy advises ihat by law the tal- lowing saitguards must be taken to j.i^veriL sucn happenings: wu..: ¿,urcnasing a chan cutler se¿ 1. Thc maker's name anti maximum ^a-a.uig sj^eu 01 the knife wheel a.. varice a eil tha machine. 2. ¿in cog wheels are totally enclosed in metal covers. J. J.ne knife wheel above the frame is enclosed a&id on vhe underside is protected as will prevent contac: with the blades. 4. Hie feed chute or trough supplied ] with the machine is fitted with a a fixed guard on top of the chute for a distance of I4in. from the the feed rollers. 5. The machine is] etfuiplplbd wi\Ui a. feed roller reversing gear, the oper- ating lever of which bridges across the chute or trough. This lever shall not be higher than 3in. above the top of the feed chute and 15in. away from the feed, rolls wlo^n il...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialist? I Call, Write, or Ring UB7873 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL AUCTION SALES AUCTION SALE Acting under instructions from Mr. J. Challoner, building demolishes the undermentioned building materials will be sold at Tully's yards, Liverpool, at 11 a.m. on Saturday, 1st March, 1947 2000ft of 3x2 and 4x2 hardwood 2000ft of battens, oregon and hard- wood. lOOOft of lining, weatherboards, shelv- ing, etc. j 100 posts hardwood 6x3 5x3 4x3 lOOOfi of assorted timbers 300 sheets of galvanised corrugated iron 10 assorted doors. 2 pairs doors. 3 Pioneer stoves. Large quantity of sundri". E TULLY, MAA Licensed Auctioneer RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL UR781:. FOR SALE WHEN SHE SAYS 'YES' go to Weir and Green for the ring. Many beautiful designs.. Weir and Green, Jewellers, Macquarie Street. SINGER ELECTRIC MACHINES, new stock, just arrived from oui- Factory in limited quantities, available for immediate delivery. Trade in your drop head S...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

NEWPRO CHICK EQUIPMENT for economy "Newpro" 1511 self feeding hopper with rat-proof covei Saves time and no feed wastage. r>/6 each Popular "New pro" li gallon Sleeve Drinker. Can be filled on the ground and carried by the handle. 8/9 each NSW. PRODUCE CO PTY. LTD Scott. Street, Liverpool STAN MACKIE SIGNS WINDOWS * SHOP FRONTS VEHICLES PHONE ÜB1710 <XMX"X^~X^MX^~X~X«X~X~X"X^,<><^ j* RACES I THE OAKS JOCKEY CLUB | 1 SATURDAY, 15T MARCH I ?*. X "»» Nrtt imri'rtK Ki Cimclni District Ambulance. Y ! £120 1 PRIZE MONEY 1 X Membership, ¿1/1/- per year. X v .% X Admission to Ground; Gents 5/-- Ladies 2/- y i PUBUCAN'S BOOTH y* X Y ¿ \fternoon Tea obtainable on ground. Also Hoi Water. X X PROGRAMME | | 1.30 p.m. MAIDEN HWDICAP. 4 fur. Entry 10/-. First I}! *. £7, second £2, third £1 . For horse«, thal have, not won ¡it % X The Oaks. . ¿ j; 2.5 p.m.. CAMDEN PUBLICAN'S FLYING, 5 fur. First * \ £20. second £3, third £2. Entry £1. $ ? 2.40 p.m. NATTA] JJAN...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABRA COUNCIL ODDSPOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

CABRA COUNCIL ODpSPOTS Aid. Weir pointed out that Canley Vale was the only station between Liver- pool without a special piace to park I bicycles. He was successful in havmg carried a motion that council approach the Railway Department with a view to having an officer meet a representa- tive of the council to discuss the matter * * * What is colloquially called a "rip snorter of a letter was received from a Mi R. Fyfe. In it he complained of the condition of Cowpastures Road. "It has been in this terrible state for eight years," he wrote "I have been in the islands and have seej) natives keep tracks, in better repair'" It was decided toi pass the contents of the letter on to { Fairfield Council and ae>k what they proposed to do about their half of this road. + . * On the motion of Aid. Preston it was decided that in the absence of the over- seer Mr. White, that Mr. Mitchell take over his duties at the appropriate salary. ? . » A letter was received from the Min- ister for Labour ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABRA VALE CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

CABRA VALE CALLING By ".OLYMPUS" IOn. Liquor Referendum day a soft ink stall operated outside the pooling %ooth on the Heights-a cool tip for 6 <f¡clock closing! r * * £ Hearty congratulations to the Kin . «ergartejn and Building Fund Ladies' Committee on the wonderful job they are doing. Perhaps one day %ve may iruly appreciate the sacrifices made by $ie few for the many. ?I .* », * J Heard K.B. sneaking- along in the ©X the other day. We understand that fye intends joining- a glider club. } * j A couplp of inches of rain just lately pleased 'most everybody-except the man $vho grows pgs. Never mind, J.M., there's a good time coming. And the grapes are pretty good anyhow. * * * Some progress is being made with Hie new shops and we hope to see them completed and open in the near future. * * * Lucky Prank is getting an occasional ".., .small lottery prize. Here's hoping a big one will soon come his way. Í* * * Glad to &ee Mrs. Lawson back in her nice new residence. ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHALLENGE MILLS R. & W. CLUB DOINGS By 'THE DOPE" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

CHALLENGE MILLS R & W CLUB DOINGS By 'THE DOPE" They're still lallring about the Club's picnic ! The president is still hopping on one If. this being c.:s of the fruits of suc- cess. The Wallacia ground was a trifle hard for weighty runners. They say that the BlUett family would take some beating as a family relay team. Every member of the club and all their friends too. are looking forward to the second Dance which is to be held In Liverpool this Saturday, March 1st. The Club's ace organiser and very active secretary has never been so wor- ried before-it's over the empties! He is considering calling in the C.I.B. to relp recover 25 dozen. It is very pleasln? to see R. Fairlie back at work after his unfortunate acci- dent. The gossips are busy telling us that' wc are going to lose some valuable members through marriage. The Club rays "good luck" to all, and may all their troubles be little ones ! The Club wishes L. Hill every success during his Air Force career. We notice J....

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL i Off-set Tandem, fftfetd with automatic locking. Available in ^ sizes with Pla/n or Cut-away Discs. Tractor » Powerlift Moutydboard - Plough! available in- Z to 5- funraw/ sizes. ' . Mash Mixers for hand or power in Tilting and Fixed Types. Roller Crusher available with or wiifcout Elevator. *%* John Bunote Chaff cuiters in stock in all sizes. The above Machines are New and available for immediate de- livery . There are over 100 New .Machines to choose from at GEO. HOWELL High Street, Penrith, NSW. Phone 100, 258 or 259 WHEN YOU WANT THAT LITTLE SOMETHING THAT THE OTHERS HAVEN'T GOT . * PLENTY OF PAINTS AND ENAMELS. * LARGE STOCKS OF BISCUITS * IN FULL SUPPLY - CHOCOLATES. These, and all your Grocery, Hardtware, SmaUgoods, Sta tanery Confectionery requirements available at J. VALENTINE'S^ BIG CASULA STORE **~ Phone UB7653 ???????^??????Mr^rannMHMnMararMHraaaaaaBaaMMnHraMH '

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIGGER DOINGS Liverpool Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

DIGGER DOINGS -Í>- ! Liverpool Annual Meeting The annual general meeting and elec- tion of officers of Liverpool sub-branch of the R.S.L. took place in the club room on Friday night last, the presi deriJ, Mr. R. Rowell, occupying the chair. The meeting was poorly attend- ed, only 78 out of a membership of 360 being present. A motion by Mr. Caterson to exclude the Press from the meeting was defeat- ed after an acrimonious debate. Rev. F. Meyer was again the popu- lar choice for Returning Officer and conducted the election in his usual cap- able manner after Mr. J. McGowan had demanded a roll call of members and a check of those present. All of the thirteen Patrons elected lp.st year were re-elected without altera- ron or addition. There were only two nominations for the position of president. Messrs. May- berry and Rowell, the former winning die ballot by a decisive majority. Mr. R. D. Caterson was re-elected secre- tary. Other office-bearers for 1947 are: Assistant-secretary, Mr....

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCIL JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

COUNCIL JOTTINGS A letter was received from the Post masber-G^nemiis Department (4» the effect that a considerable time would elapse before the building to house the new automatic telephone exchange was completed. It was made clear that the chance of Liverpool South being con- verted to the automatic was a remote one. Council is to advise Prestons P. and C Association that the Department of Road Transport will take up the matter of the Graham Avenue bus service with a view to minimising the delay occa- sioned by Scott Bros, inability to pro- vide the facilities. Mr R Marlow of Hammondville will receive £l'l/- from council as a dona- tion for prizes at the Juvenile Fancv Diess Ball to be held shortly in aid of the Old Age Pensioners. Advice has beem received that the Mínistefr Jor Public Health has) ap- proved of a Government! contribution towards the cost of the Infant Welfare Centre of £1930. Ncxious trades licenses are to be isfueed to Mssrs. A. Thompson Pty. Ltd , H S Pearce, P. ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

??????????MBSMaeMHiHaiMaaHHanBmv'S'qaMHBHnHMiMHMBMMi ^ IMMEDIATE DELIVERY SILENT KNIGHT REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC- GAS. KEROSENE ONLY £55 ONLY TERMS ARRANGED Call and discuss your Refrigerator Problem with me. B. BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER LACHLAN STREET, WARWICK FARM,. Phone FA15S7 Austral S ho PICNIC TRACES to be held on NEPEAN SPORTS GROUND, Edmondson Av., AUSTI SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1947 Commencing 10-30 am EXCELLENT PRIZE MONEY for CATTLE HORSES POULTRY VEGETABLES FLOWERS COOKERY IAMS PRESERVES NEEDLEWORK Etc. Hunting Hack, Pony and High Jumps. Picnic Races. PUBLICAN'S BOOTH- Refreshments Available... BEXLEY BOYS* BAND. Sideshows, etc. n Buses direct to the Ground, leave Liverpool 8.5, 9.27, 9.¿¿ 11.20, 11.48 and 12.20, 1.20 and 1.41 p.m. Depart Austral 4.10, 4.39, 5.41 6.56 p.m. Schedules available from L. Flood, Hon. Secretary. Austt? via Liverpool. I A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the I HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE I Macquarie Street, Liverpool K Hot and Cold Water Throughout. Best Refrigeration. B WE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABRAMATTA SEWERAGE PLANS APPROVED [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

CABRAMATTA SEWERAGE PLANS APPROVED \T MONOW NICHTS MKKTINC ,,í Hu- (Zahra-\ ale Omnc'l. at wh'ch the Ma\or ( \ld. Adams) who lias just re turned f'om holidays, presided. Aid. Maunder and Mr. Kurnell represei'liiie, the Water Hoard, were present with plan« for the proposed sewering of the Municipality. After the adoption of the minutes of the previous meeting Standing Orders were suspended to allow the two \isit ing gentlemen to answer questions re- garding the plans In reply to a que«- | tion bj Aid McBurney Mr Burnett caid that the scheme invohed £80001 . ««tensions h the Fairfield treaJUneht plant to allow them to take m Cabra- vale The plant would be capable of still further extension as necessaij Tieatment works could not be opeiated efficiently if made too big in the first Instance They were constiucted so as to allow cf an increase by sections 01 units To a fuither question by Aid Mc Buiney the engine« said that he antici- pated no nuisance from the effluent Theie had been com...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

*wç*f,s t I»»»»»»»»»»»»» Our Motto THE *f" CHOICEST FRUITS $ AND VEGETABLES % Only | ÍL. BILLETT £ Scott St, LIVERPOOL % HEELERS GRASS MATS .14/6 each 54x27în ^OOT TOLISH tins 1/-I MILLET ¡ BROOMS ' 5/3 j each i MARGARINE j 1/2* lb "ST. ÏVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL 14 Railway Street. Liverpool Phone UB7819 MATRON H* C DAVIHS A.T.N.A. A N F. (State Reg.) General and Obcslric Cas« DELICATESSEN X HAMBURGER $ AND COFFEE INNI£ MILLER'S | SCOTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) Xi LIVERPOOL * ! ALWAYS FRESH- X SMALL GOODS X | CONFECTIONERY $ I ICE CREAM & MILK BAR X I A ones iRYCLEANERS Liverpool: IISS HOUGH 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: rs. GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station I I * fl. R. M. A. * | I LIVERPOOL | % 4 f( District Depot % g M Barrett's J :C0LLINGW00D| i GARAGE I h X >\ GENERAL ENGINEERS $ »Panel Beaiting, Duco Spraying j; ^uthcrisedl Inspection Station^ II Phone Liv 317 X ^XKKKK<-X~X~X~X~X~X~X~X~.«

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PARS ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

PARS ABOUT PEOPLE Mr* OBu'n of Stewart Avenue, Hammondville is home agam aftei un deigcing a majoi operatiin She has to undergo ancthei as soon as she is <-*rong enough oOo Receiving the congratulations of fi lends are Mi and Mrs George Fit? 1 atrick of 364 Hume Highway Liver^ (.oo* Their new daugther (Kathleen Helen) armed at the Collingwood Pn vate Hospital on Friday last oOo We are soiry to report that Master Don Meekes of Wälder Road is ill in Sjdney Hospital

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

BLAKES FOOTWEAR STORES AND REPAIR FACTORY Macquarie St , and Scott St. Liverpool- Phone UB7689 -« H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bones, Rags, Kitchen Fats. Scrap Metal. AU at Highest Market Prices. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PROGRESS. Liv. 563 Please notice my truck numbers are SS473 and RE552 FOLEYS CORNER TERMINUS STREET :: LIVERPOOL i Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily. Fresh Cakes Daily* 1- - ^ GENERAL CARRIER AND CONTRACTOR C. W. MILLER 14 TERMINUS STREET, LIVERPOOL '"urniture Removed. Estimates, (jiven. 'Phone: Liv. 338 THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con- fectionery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL 9 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Cut Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes. Stationery. Groceries. Phone UB7680 ^AMELIA FLORIST 31 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL (Mrs- Trapman) Real and Artificial Flowers and Wreath...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

FOR DAILY ^î FRESH SMALLGOÖDS .! BUY AT . BAILEYS DELICATESSEN Next Commonwealth Bank LIVERPOOL ONLY THE BEST IN GOODS AND SERVICE PHONE U137878 HAULAGE CONTRACTOR for Sand, Metal, Ashes, Soil J. ROWELL General Carrier REMOVALIST Parcel Delivery 115 Castlereagh Sit, Liverpool Phone Liv. 34 ¥/GROCERS * * ' ' VO'NFKCÍÍO'NEKV«!* >. HARDWARE MERCHANTS X J ROSE'S GENERAL STORE;*; { 368 Hume Highway X I LIVERPOOL X X At the Mill Road and Hoxton Parkjç ?J» Road Junction. A ¥ HAM AND BEEF, FRUIT AND 4* .{. VEGETABLES î /._ CARRIER ANYWHERE ANYTIME No Job Too Large. No Job Too Small S. VALENTINE 96 NORTHUMBERLAND ST, LIVERPOOL (Near Salvation Anny Hall; TOM SHARPE for x FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Supplies Daily 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL « Our Motto: Quality and Service. FOLLOW Till-: CROWDS . . to C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER r 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool Ashcroft (JUALITY MEAT at Ruling Prices. Phone UB7869 A SMITH (Late A.I.F.) GENERAL STORE AT STATION, INGLEBURN PRODUCE LIME AND CE...

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POULTRY NEWS Supply and Qualify of Meat Meal and Liver Meal. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 27 February 1947

POULTRY NEWS Supply and Qualify of Meat Meal and Liver Meal Followmg the receipt of complaints ii cm members of the A P F A re- garding the shortage of the abo\e men- tioned products and the suspected deter- ioration in quality, the Department of Agriculture undertook îmestigations in this matter and has replied as follows ' WiUi rererence to your letter of the 3rd February concerning supplies of meat meal and hvei meal it is desued to advise you that th» actual supply of meat meal is directly dependent on the volume of slaughtetmg and, as tins is dependent on the seasons little |5r nothing can be done as regards influen- cing the amount of supply As regards the quality of the matenal (here is no evidence to suggest that the quality is inferior A change of color ni certain brands of meat meal might be due either to a small pioportion of blood in the meal or a different method of process e g dry rendel ing instead of wheat rendering However, theie u no reason to believe that a lighte...

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