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

G COOPER For CUT FLOWFS« SHRUBS. SEED- LINGS, EEEDS AND FERTILISERS. Also now booking for CITRUS fruits. G COOPER 203 Macquarie St , Liverpool Phone UB7810 WILLIAMSON'S BREAD The "ALPHA" LIBRARY and Bookshop No Deposit. 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ?:i\m^Ë25 w^Hte .J Proved leader of the heav>-<inty fid'f". Maple Leaf is not testing on its laurels but is on its way bark with giant engine greatly increased in power and many olliei HIG improvements thal will 'lo tough jobs better and at IOVWT ort MAPLE LEAF , HEAVY ~-^ DUTY A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT CHEVROLET TRUCKS AND UTILITIES CHEVROLET AND PONTIAC CARS A. C. MCGRATH HUME HIGHWAY (n-xt P.O ), LIVERPOOL. UB7661 EASTER BRIDES Make your appointment with AINSWORTH STUDIOS, NOW S3 BATHURST STREET, LIVERPOOL. Phone Liv 150 SHAWS PHARMACY I 193 Macquarie Street, Liverpool For Accurate Dispensing. Toilet Preparations. Gifts and j Novelties. _ A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macquarie Street, Liverpool...

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

NEWPRO CHICK EQUIPMENT for economy "Newpro" 151b self-feeding hopper with rat-proof cover. Saves time ' and no feed wastage. f 6 each Popular "New pro" li gallon Sleeve Drinker. Can be filled on the ground and carried by the handls. £ 9 each "N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Scott Street, Livarpoq] STAN BLACK! for SIGNS WINDOWS SHOP FRONTS VEHICLES PHONE UB1710

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

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: U13760tí Week-night sessioub commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturoay, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify if not coming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY March 13, 14, 15 For Three Big Nitdit«-. Ingrid Bergman and Bmg (Y</d<y in "THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S" (G) Awl Wally Brown and \iin Canley in "GENIUS AT WORK" (G) Special Matinee, Friday 2 p.m. "BELLS OF ST. MARY'S'» and "GENTUS AT WORK" Saturday Matinee "BELLS OF ST MARY'S ' Zane Grey Western MONDAY and| TUESDAY! March 17, IX Tommy Trinder in "CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE" (A) Also Al. Pearce in ' "ONE EXCITING WEEK" (G) WEDNESDAY, lHL)KbDAY¡ Al arch 19. 20 j James Mason, Margaret Lockwood 1'.-i tricia Roc in i "THE WICKED LADT' (A) Definitely unsuitable for children. And Louis Collier in "THE CAT CREEPS' (A) FRIDAY and SATURDAY March 21, 22 The film that looks like winning the Academy Award for 1947. "THE STRANGE CASE OF MARTH...

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AUSTRAL CRICKET DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 March 1947

AUSTRAL CRICKET DANCE The Hoxton Park Cricket Club held a dance one of the most successful t\ei held in the disirict. m the Hoxton Park Hall last Saturday night. The euchre prize was won by th?L very popular player. Mis. Godiiej ol Whitford Road. :tr Col. Watson M.C., a popular number of the club, kept the dai.ce gc:ng to the satisfaction of all pi^em | ai,o sn enjoyable n'ght was had by all. | The mii;ip v.a^ Supplied (by M.» V; lian of Lnerpool and Oordon Baie | mi those present at the dance are look- | iiig forwaid to next Saturday night 15th when th¿ dicket Club will hold an- other dance and cathie cienmg foi th" Club Mis Bîie w.'1 of 'he club captain "Cither with M' W. Grimson and Mus Anchi^h sn\ed a veiy enjoy,.bic ouop°i willen was appreciated. Mr. Tom Carry had charge of the ruchie tables a.ia earned out Ins woik .-i i - "v cTiabl"* manner.

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

I Our Motto { I THE J ¡CHOICEST FRUITS i I AND VEGETABLES | I Only j [.- BILLETT | Scott St., UVERFOOL | HEELERS »lb. bag »LAIN ?LOUR CARRAWAY SEEDS 'D. 5! packet OF S |CtPAWW Í0/6 LONG HANDLE SHOVELS . 5/11 each IVES" PRIVATE HOSP! TAT. I 14 Railway Street. Liverpool Phone UB7819 MATRON II. C DAVIES .T.N.A. A.X.r. (State Reg.) Genera) and Obestric Cases ICATESSEN HAMBURGER ^ AND COFFEE INN MILLERS SCOTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) *i LIVERPOOL i ALWAYS FRESH- !j SMALL GOODS } CONFECTIONERY ] E CREAM & MILK BAR J ones RYCLEANERS Liverpool : [SS HOUGH. 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta : GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Statut» . N. R. M. A. . LIVERPOOL District Depot £ M Barrett's J OLLINGWOOD| GARAGE | GENERAL ENGINEERS ? X >anel Beating, Duco Spraying} tAuthdrisedi inspection Stationl Ï X Phone Liv. 317 HOTEL HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL LOOK IN ON THE LOUNGE COSY COMFORT WITH SMOOTH SERVICE A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST LIQUORS AND LIQUEURS Phone Liv. 5. J." Marsden, Licensee .{.

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

s j FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL MOTOR REPAIRS and RE WINDS, consult C. G. BREWER 42 SPEED STREET, LIVERPOOL Telephone UB 7867 9m _ SAVE TIME! When in a hurry there's a sure and safe way GO BY TAXI CALL UB 7880 I 24 HOURS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE " I . f fi Weddings, Parties, Funerals, etc- specially catered for r LAWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR Commissioner for A ii is. N F W ,n Victoria) r:V7""AY PARADE, CABRAMATTA IIB 1710 . ' .';iord House, 17 di'IF re- n St Sydnrj B 4408 nesuming- Practice after Military Servie AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C H Wiíght B.V Se (Sydney University » R T Ho'kins, B.V.Se (Sydney University i 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN UX7795 Canterbury Branch : HA 255? DAY ANO NIGHT SERVICE

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BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 March 1947

BIRTHDAY PARTY A \eij pLai-.int social e\en.n¿ ¿a held m the Masonic Hall, Liverpool, la.-t ^nday mslit lae occasion was a bntli r ' ,?> ,v 'cr Miss Yn?e\ Stanton eld ert dauihte: ot Mi. and Mrs W J St" Hen ci CnrMsieash Streit Liver- pool Amongbt these present were Mrs G. Stanton of A'"nur J d (Hazels giand mttlien Mr and Mrs. P. Pritchard of Hammondville i-nd Mr Kt-n Ward of San Remo (Victoria). Don Runciman was in his usual goori fe1 m at the piano and Mr. Terrj Cam kin, assisted by Mi. Les Bartlett were the Ms of C. and carried out then duties very capably A \ery delightful buffet supper was sen ed by Mrs. Stanton assisted b,\ Mes- dames Biddle and Starr. During tht ] "UOPT recess H.'-.'ls father took cp- ' portunity to announce the engagement cf his daughter Hazel to Mr. Eric Prit- chard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Fritchard cf Hammondville. The young couple were then the re- cipients of heartiest congratulations. Tlie guest of honour received many delightful and useful g...

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COUNCIL CUT-UPS Adams Admonishes Aldermen [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 March 1947

COUNCIL CUT-UPS Adams Admonishes Aldermen That usually placid Eden, Cabra Vale Council Chamber, complete with its Adams (Mayor) and Eve (Mrs. Melville, lady alderman), was invtadcd by tne serpent of vanity on Monday ni£bl wiien the pres- ence of a largw-than-usual gallery provided a motive for some of the . civic fathers to "nut on a show" as His Worship disgustedly called it. Acting like young colts, flighty and fractious, tney seveial times endeavour- ed to "throw ' the Mayor and exhibited tendencies to take the bit m their teeth and bolt. At one stage the altercatory cross-firing became so bad that after first issuing a threit to do so the Mayor adjourned the meeting for a quarter of an hour. Then, tempers having sub s.ded somewnal. he re-opened the meet- ing. The gallery numbered l8 persons at its fullesc (some left fainy early) and right from the starti v.ertain 01 the alaermen seemed terribly conscious of the presence of such a blessedly large audience and reacted playlully ob...

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RECORD AUSTRAL SHOW OPENED BY PREMIER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 March 1947

RECORD AUSTRAL SHOW OPENED BY PREMIER THE 9th ANNUAL SHOW of the Austral Branch of the Agricultural Bureau of N.S.W. was held on Saturday last. Entries and attendance were far in excess of previous years, and in the Poultry and Cattle Sections the entries were a record. Cattle entries were double those of Liverpool and Luddenham Shjows. 'nie Snov. was omcially opened bj nie nejiuei, hon. J. J. Mcoirr who ^ainer naa atttnaea ana spoken at tne omciai iuncn. 'lue member tor Wol lonuiuy, MT. Jen Bate, also spoke at me lunch and the opening. Tne horse-racing part of the pro- gramme naa to ue abanaoned aitei one event, me Ausuai nynig Handicap, had been VJII by Momeen with Wallys Hope second, ronce ana omciaiâ tun oidered tnai tne track was so rough as to be unsafe. fc«ari.-er in the aay u number 01 owners wno had biouglu norses to me yrouna look mem awaj jecause of w<e s«ue 01 tne tract brougn. atout by UÍC îet-ent rams. Alter the loyal i-aai, pioposed by the President, nau o^...

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C.W.M. CHATTER By The Dope [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 March 1947

C WIM. CHATTER By The Dopé Yes Mrs Joi es of Mill Row Jack was the man selected for the big occa- sion-and even the Premier was sur- prised by his eloquence Our president and three of his colleagues enjoyed themselves no end So much so that they are each ordering evening dress in time, for the next function (which of course must be free) Cec says that now he has had a little ba^k from the Govern- ment The model of patriotism was Jim Taylor's singing of the loval toast' Who is this organiser' Every func- tion he wrorks at is a success Says him- self that his only failure so far is him- self The secretary says his member- ship book is the most fluctuating item he has ever dealt with Hcwr did Kathie come to strain Hei leg' Glad to hear it is not serious Who was the glamourous blonde at the dance' I The committee sincerely thanks every- body who patronised the dance. Keep it going' The secretaiy wants enough ' money to make the kiddies happy later on and also enough for another picnic a...

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

AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists Call. Write, or Ring UB7873 231 MACQUARIE ST., f LIVERPOOL I EXCHANGE Land 55ft x 175ft Cumber- land Road, Ingleburn for reliable car about IS 28 model. W. J. Forrow, Electrical Contractor, Fawcett Street, Glenfield. Ing. 288. AUCTION SALES AUCTION SALE Acting under instructions from the Re ftatritmon Department the undermen- tioned articles will be sold at Tully's yards, Liverpool, on Saturday, 15th iMajrch, 1947, at 3 p.m. 1 pair steel trace chains I wheel barrow 1 set names 1 set harness * Plough reins Winkers Plough back bank 1 Scarifiei 1 set Harrows 1 'Wonga' dust pump 1 'Rega' spray ( 1 heavy cart 1 Draught Horse, aged 120ft oi lin hose Set leather reins 1 Cart saddle 1 L.H Shovel 1 Crow bar 1 Rake 1 Hoe 1 Mattock 1 Mattock Handle 3 Butterfly pipe sprinklers 1 Spray sprinkler E. TULLY, MAA. Licensed .Auctioneer RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL OB 784?. FOR SALE LIGHT SULKY with brake. New axle. Good order. E. N. Downes, ...

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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 13 March 1947

GOSSIP Mi W G White worki oien-etr foi Cabra-Vale Council, is still in hos- pital js the n,cuH of a general bieak dewn in health 0 Dance-lovers should lead Inez Noonan* ndveitisement .n this week's LeacY« % Out of town m holidays all of the following Mrs Jim Valentine at Cionulla, Ljn Raw down among the wild ducks at Cooma. Miss Clark ha\ n¿ ilv r weli-dctrved weefc> at Goulburn M> Topin and daugh- ter in Melbourne < insist on having theil LeaJci sent evciy weeki, and Fanny Them liom U-t Fleece 0 Mr Wally Inglvri is home fiom ten days in Glou ccstei House-friendt hoj,e he mip/ht now be able to drive the tiactor £ DT. Ci wlcy who last jeai looked after Dr. Hric'c practice loi »onie mont lis pass- ed away l.'st we^k ft Bob horn the Collingwood is bun; congi alulattd on leceiving an M M in the latest MM ol war decorations # Barber Noel Bruin who is up at Tufcgeiah holidaying also won an MID 9 Cveicome bv rithusu«m at *he( Banquet, a ceilam poul'iy-iaimer pre- sented Mi...

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

COLLINGWOOD PRIVATE HOSPITAL C CHRISTIE ST. I.ÎV, HP-JO'. All Obstetric SHidooi ..ii < i cases Pti. 'id' J SISTERS FLOYIJ n d o > MIND Obst. A T.N.A. ni . i- . 192 W. GEARY BLACKSMITH »MlLEL WRIGHT K(Y)Ry. .«'. , LIVERPOOL H-.-if Shoeing and General Smithing. A 'ladesman'e job guaranteed '.' Tnr ' (I Cn. '.- nf .{. .j; FLORAL ART Ijl ;.'; LLARICI; HOUGH;:; f." 187 Macquarie St .J. ?j- I.IVLuI'OOL t YPJ J: e LV7H.8 >' A. T. MURRAY M .P.S CHEMIST     Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL   Manufacturer of     RAYMUR DRY SHAMPOO Cleanses without water       7d Packet     Phone UB7642|     ¡EASTER BRIDESÍ SEE OUR 3 ROOM SCHEME] V i c,¡uprising: X /., ftcdrooni suile. complete, 3 pieceJ .j- Lounge Suite, Kllehqn Suite, from< I £99/18/6 X ':. t'*Sl|. TI:RMS OR LAY-BY CEO PURDUE X 97 ARGYLE STREET. * * X .;. ¿ :-. (Opp. I...

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THE COURTS Drunk [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

THE COURTS Drunk Only /ive drunks, the lówrat figure for a long time, were listed for Mon- day's Live:pool Police Court before Mr. P. Scroope S.M. Of these Aloysius Lynch. Stanley Saunders and William Ere oks forfeited their recognizances on their non-app2arance. Terence Mc- Farland was fined 5/- or the rising and Alex McNeil, in custody, was admonished I and discharged. ' Stealing Det-Sgt. Payne, back on duty in I Liverpool after tome months abssnce, j gave evidence of the arrest of William i Ercwn. a Moldier on 14th Márch and cf (finding avLÍ-lrs of clothing stolen from I Mcoreta-.k C<imp in Brown's possession. Brown .'ho pleaded guilty, told His Worship thar he had just bsen unlucky. The st -ff was just laying around and with ethers he had picked some of it up. When someone called "here comes Scotty" th2 others ran but he did not have time to drep his. Found guilty, Erown was placed on a bond of £20 to i bî of good behaviour 10^12 months. Offensive Behaviour j Giving e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

GROCERS i ARDWARE AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 99 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL FOR WINES AND SPIRITS YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND OF WINE sold in single bottles, or with WHISKY, GIN, RUM, BRANDY, or LIQUEURS in 1 Dozen Lots. * FREE DELIVERY Of OR ENGINEERS-AUTO ELECTRICIANS FULL FACILITIES FOR ALL BRANCHES OF THE MOTOR REPAIR TRADE + SPECIALISED AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE £ COMPLETE ENGINE RE CONDITIONING Efficiency and Promptness Assured Dpi!? f Air, Plug Cleaning andi Testing, Battery, Crankcase, and JTVI-tfEÙ. . Transmission Service. LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION arge Stocks of Accessories, Oils and] Greases. Authorised Inspection Station POSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL. G. E. HUMPH1RYS, A.MJ.A.M.Et oars Bailey 's Général Store 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD, CANLEY HEIGHTS r RATCHET SCREW ^ BLOW LAMPS DRIVERS. WRECKING BARS r COLD CHISELS , + SPANNER SETS r HAMMERS ^. ROOFING PUNCHES r SPIRIT LEVELS ¡UY THAT GARBAGE CAN NOW You'll Need It Soon .REE DELIVERY ANYWHERE Phone UBI 564 ':~:~:-x~:-:-:":~H«:~...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

EASTER . BRIDES Make your appointment with AINSWORTH STUDIOS, NOW S3 BATHURST STREET, LIVERPOOL. Phone Liv. ISO A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, the HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE Macquarie Street, Liverpool Hot ;iml Cold Water Throughout. Best Refrigeration. WE DELIVER. Phone UB7849 Il FOR YOUR j ELECTRICAL MOTOR REPAIRS and RE-WINDS, consult G G. BREWER 42 SPEED STREET, LIVERPOOL Telephone UB7867 Tel : UB7863 UVERPOOL TAXI SERVICE IJ. RAW, Proprietor QUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB7885 Children Given the Same Attention at Adults. SATISFACTION_ASSURED I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT I HOTEL LIVERPOOL I SPACIOUS LOUNGES RE OPENED £ Excellent Drink-waiter Setrvice Only tßie Best of Beep, W5nes Spirits and Liquers Stocked. Try I HERB PATTINSON HOTEL UVERPOOl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

COLLINGWOOD PRIVATE HOSPITAL 6 CHRISTIE ST. LIVERPOOL AU1 Obstoixifc jhdoor and outdoor cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD ard GARLAND Obst. A.T.N.A. Phone Liv. 192 W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST.. LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing and General Smithing. A tradesman« job guaranteed .j. For A» Classes ot *}. X FLORAL ART £ X CLARICE UULGilX £ 187 Macquarie St >[« {. LIVERPOOL X ÍPhone UE7818 .;? A Manufacturer of ? I "RAYTÖNA" ll ? Tonic for Summer ! 3/- ii * i >. A , > EASTER BRIDES] SEE OUR 3 ROOM SCHEME '£ I'omprlslnff: X Bedroom Suite, complete, 3 piece y .(.Lounge Suite, Kitchen Suite, from]? I £99/18/6 * CASH, TERMS OR LAY-BY X jCEU. PURDUE X 97 ARGYLE STREET. Ï % X (Opp. Parramatta Station) * I Also 150 CHURCH STREE!. | I UW907B * í I SMALLGOODS, DELICACIES Fresh Daily-City Priced at J . KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New CAMBRIDGE Smallwoods. Tobacco and Cigarettes. Sandwiches Phone UBÏ624 MURRAY'S t BREAD HOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROY S. TURTON Architectural Drau...

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CABRA-VALE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (By the Publicity Officer) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

CABRA-VALE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (By the Publicity Officer) Much business was discussed at the ¿enera! meeting, held on Monday, 10th March. The meeting was well attended. The president, Mr. Donohue, extended a hearty welcome to Mr. Ö. Blackie. Reports Were received from the secre- tary and treasurer on the results of the Xmas Shopping Campaign, and as to the distribution of the prizes. The treasurer,. Mr. Cooper, ita ted that quite a few members of the Cham- ber had not as yet collected their mem 'bership plaques. It would be deemed .durable im members could do this so as the public may know that they are pat îcnising a duly authorised member of the Chamber of Commerce. Plaques may be obtained from Mr. Cooper at his place of business. A picnic will be held at Bobbin Head next Sunday, 23rd March, for members 'and members of their staffs. A social committee to complete arrangements has been formed. So as the public may be sure of whom, the members of the Chamber of Com trerce are, arran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7Ó0B Werk- ..-lr. sessions commence 7.30 p.m. F. ay and Saturday, G. 15 p.m. S.tuiday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify if not cc ming by per ? manent reserve holiers c..:.c3ls reserves. FRIDAY, SATURDAY March 21. 22 The flin ihat Wiks like winning the \eadtiiiiy Award for 1947. "THE STRANGE CASE OF MARTHA IVERS" (A) With I'arl ia ra Stanwyck, Lislolh v Sc«4t. Van Hefflin. Judith Anderson Tl ii^hlv recommended hy the '"Re^al" Management. Also, in Technicolor 'THE MEMPHIS BELLE" (G) Two special Saturday Matinee pictures for children. ^^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^ ( » - -. .- . - MONDAY, TUESDAY March 24, 25 W'a't. Disney's fui! length Technicolor masterpiece "THE RELUCTANT DRAGON" Also. Tom Conway in "DICK TRACY (A) WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY March 26. 27 Cornel Wilde. Anita Louise in "THE BANDIT OF SHERWOOD" FOREST" (G) (ht Technicolor) A'ss. |a ei Blair. Mired Drake in "TARS~AND SPARS" (G) One of ihe year's funniest. Remember the HOUSEWIVES' SESSION EVERY THURSDAY Co...

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LIVERPOOL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 March 1947

LIVERPOOL COUNCIL Advice from the Department of Main Roads that it was prepared to contribute j.aii the cost of repairing the kerbing and guttei tog at the corner of Junciion Sa-cet and along the Highway (estimated io cose hi full £269/16/6) was receiveo a:id discussed at last meeting of Liver- pool Council. The section to be repair ea redci.es from Atkinson to Scott Streets and the Department intimated its wil- lingness to have the council do the work on a day-labour basis. After Ala. ámlth and otners had warned that if L^uiicil did the work and committed ic ¿elf to tne costs involved the Depart- ment was likely to divert the Highway and again ask for half the costs of kerb- ing tne new portion, it was decided to recline to pay. Fairfield Citizens' Band have written LO Liverpool Council asking if they mignt either purchase or borrow the band instrumente at present in council's euttoay. The matter has not been de- cided. < The Health Inspector (Mr. C. T. Lewis) reported t...

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