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GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

GOSSIP* Both Snowy Fuller and Jack Cuffe claim to have excellent cases for an action for damages against the Mac- quarie Street owner of a savage dog. Both of them, without hestitation, if they even imagine you look a bit sym- pathetic, will proceed to demonstrate the large gaps in their anatomy where they allege the huge tripehound breakfasted lunched and suppered one day last week. Mick gives their story the raspberry - says the pear shouldn't have bean in his yard. No use coming- to him Fuller ? fairy tales he adds. One of them trod on the dog's poor paw anyway, and the i fruit of this was that though he's a peach i of a dog and the apple of Mick's eye thc / poor mutt lost his onion with the pain. * * * "The hon. member for Wollondilly has been accused of making a number of speeches. I forgot how many, but let me say that those speeches were short, sharp and incisive. When the hon. member was absent from these shores he stored in his mind many matters that concerned his constitue...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

WE COLLECT AND DELIVER FREE BAILEY'S CANLEY HEIGHTS UB 1564 WIRE GATES CONCRETE TUBS AND STANDS 11 ^ ALUMINIUM BOILERS EGG STEAMERS ALUMINIUM BILLY CANS THOMAS' CORNER TERMINUS STREET LIVERPOOL » Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily. Fresh Cakes Daily- ' A. JARVIS MILK BAR. ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY GENERAL STOREKEEPER, PRODUCE MERCHANT 423 Hume Highway, liverpool Cakes, Fruit, Smallgoods. 'Phone: Liv. 43 VwX^<><«X~X~X«<"XK~X'<~X.*<K*<~X' I MISS CLARKE £ X (Late Evershed's) y MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL,-! QUALITY BLOCK CAKE *J AND SPONGE 5 ft ICE CREAM and CONFECTIONERY-: WEDDING BREAKFASTS ~ CATERED FOR IN PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT PILLINGERS. Caterers 52 Station Road, AUBURN Phone UX6413 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. Stationer...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

RETURN THE MAN YOU KNOW AND TRUST _"li_ Bankstown must bc represented by the man who, more than any other, knows the prob- lems of the electors and works untiringly for their solution. McGirr is the logical and in- evitable choice for the people of Bankstown. r ii . Hon. }. McGirr, M.LA.. Prem ¡rr oí A.S.H ON MAY 3rd VOTE Lil Mc G IRR, J. and KEEP the State prosperous Authorised by Hon. W. E. Dickion, M.L.C., Parliament House, Sydney. 1.14 Hargreaves Park Progress Association MASS PROTEST MEETING No. 2 Theatre, Sunday A/ex/, 2.30 p.m. To Discuss Matters of Vital Interest to Members -:

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

HOCKEY Three teams from Granviüe-Hoinebush Clubs vistied Mcor'.'bank-Liverpool Dis- trict Club last Saturday. Both teams iieided a bip percentage of juniors. The games were fast, and played in tho best sporting spirit. Liverpool's No. 1 team won 2-1. W. Pantliss and H. Cullen ! .int;' the .scorers for the winners and C. Gospei- for the losers. Hie second and third teams played a scoreless draw.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

LETTERS To the Bditor, Sir, Permit me to compliment you on you; fair and open mind in publisning . Letter to the Editor" of April 17, signed Mar- tin McQuade. I have read this letter which appears to comment on some remarks made by some aldermen. On surmising just what remarks I would pass in respect to Har- greaves Park if I were an aldeunan, I might agree with these gentlemen who are so far and few between these times. McQuade's letter gives me the impres- sion that these aldermen have remark- ed on some of the lowly class residing at Hargreaves Park. I would state I had been a Labor man all my life, and have always stood for the rights of the under-dog. But I have .Mr. McGirr and his Housing Commis- sion racket to thank for opening my eyes as to just how low some of the people can sink. Personally, I don't think it would be possible to find a lower class of people anywhere in the world than at Har- greaves Park, of course, with a few ex- ceptions. The Housing Commission has been ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

THEATRE, UVERPOOL Phone: UB760Ö Week-aight sessiu..¡» commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. , Failure to notiiy ii noi. coming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. Continuance oí Thursday Matinees will depend upon pubic response. FRIDAY and SATURDAY April 25 and 26 Chips Rafferty and Daphne Campbell in "THE OVERLANDERS" (G) ! Ka ve Emerson in 4 DANGER SIGNAL' (A) HOUSEWIVES' MATINEE A HOVIC VI« K; NAM ME Thursday. 11 a.m. MATINEE SATURDAY, 1.30 .THE OVERLANDERS" and "ORPHAN OF THE WILDERNESS" With Joey, thc V'oxing Kangaroo MONDAY and TUESDAY -Vii 28 awl 29 Chas, laughton and Great Star Cast in "THE HUNCHBACK 1 OF NOTRE DAME" <A) Also Tom Conway in CRIMINAL COURT* (A) WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY April 30, May 1 Fred MacMurray. Joan Leslie Tune TTarvor in "WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE" (In Technicolor) Also Taul Kelly and Sheila Ryan in « DEADLINE FOR MURDER ' (A) Housewives' Matinee. aho\X' pro- gramme, livery Thursday at ll a.m. PA...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

A. J. GOODE I 184 6 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. UB7825 The Store for Service and Quality Merts Footwear The Store for Service) and Quality jr TAN CALF SHOES 23/3 jr BLACK AND TAN Super Quality LEATHER SLIPPERS 22/6. jr BLACK PUMPS. Just opened All sizes 22/6 jç BLACK SHOES. Popular types 21/9 to 35/9 jr We have now in stock an extensive range of MEN'S BLACK AND TAN WORKING BOOTS, designed for comfort and; hard wear- No Coupons ! CULTIVATING i i i ROTARY HOE CONTRACT WORK , BOOK NOW. TELEPHONE, AUSTRAL 8. Hoeing done in Austral, Hoxton Park, West Hoxton, Rossmore Leppington, Bringelly and surrounding districts. C. CRAIK j FOURTH AVENUE AUSTRAL BLAKE'S FOOTWEAR STORES AND REPAIR FACTORY Macquarie St and Scott St Liverpool Phone UB7689 WHY SEND TO TOWN WHEN WE ARE NOW IN THE POSITION TO DO ALL YOUR REPAIRS COPPERS COPPER RE-CASING And All Sheet-Metal Repairs, etc. We Pick Up andi Deliver A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET « LIVERPOOL Telephone UB7868 LIVERAL GOVT. WILL BUILD HOMES - AND QUICKLY ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

LIVERPOOL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The regular monthly meeting of tht above Chamber took place in the School of Arts on Wednesday night of last week, the president (Mr. A. T. Murray) pre- siding. Apologies were received from the sec retary, Mr. Geo. Morrow, whose mother is dangerously ill, and Messrs. E. Wheeler and E. Blake. Chief business of the evening was thc discussion of the amendments to thc Bul¿s of the Chamber submitted Ey a sub-commit bee appointed previously to revisa them. The old constitution and rules were examined clause by clausi' and generally speaking the amendments aubmitted by the sub-commi'aee wer.* adopted. Chief alterations in the rulo> are that both business and professional men are eligible for active-membership the ordinary monthly meeting is to b held on the second Wednesday of each month, and the annual meeting in March each year. Among- business deaJt with was a re- quest from the Nepean Council of Pro- gress Associations for the Chamber's co operation in ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

FOOTBALL In last Sunday's games. Liverpool out- classed Mt. Pritdhard D Grade in every department cf the game, showing good teamwork against their less experienced opponents, being the first competition game Mounts had played stace before the war. Scores were: Liverpool 45. Mt. Pritchard nil. Scorers for Liverpool: K. Fitzpatrick. L. Hanna. L. Noakes, F. Brookes, W. Piaher, D. Smith, J. Starr tries; W. Turner and L. Hanna, goals. C G BADE v GUILDFORD Liverpool was also successful in this game, the forwards combining well and outplaying a much heavier pack. The backs played too much as individuals and will need to develop teamwork tn I round off toe mn.ldn_c of a very good ! side. Liverpool 13. Guildford 3. Scorers L. Deadman 3 tries, G. Tindall 2 goals. A Grade was defeated 4-3 by Mount Pritchard; B Grade won 14-8.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

HONEST STRAIGHTFORWARD TRUSTWORTHY ABILTIT EXPERIENCE COURAGE is tho Uan for Liverpool and Ton ** ; . JAMBjrara WORK FOR MCGIRR VOTE FOR MCGIRR JpfLMXR M.LA Premier of N S W MU i LIVEROIDS (THE ENGLISH UTTLE LIVER PILLS) For the maximum out of life, the full joy of living, au abundance of pep and sparkle, there's nothing more helpful than these re- markable Pills. ÍÍThey promptly and surely eliminate the waste matter that causes Igbnsiipation, biliousness, headaches, poor complexion insomnia, V flatulence, irritability, etc-, and Revitalise the Body aaad Nervous System. 1 /3 PER BOTTLE from A. T. MURRAY T C.'ty Price Chemist Phone: Liv. 223. LIVERPOOL We forward Doctors' Prescriptions, securely packed, by Pest, Rail, or Service Car. .SEE THE DISPLAY OF WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS AINSWORTH STUDIOS ¡178 MACQUARIE STREET :: LIVERPOOL J Phone Liv. 150. I_Studio: 53 Bathurst Street. THE IBERAL PARTY] N S W. DTVISION WHAT IT IS. iracs for wage-earners at reasonafîle «t. Ding1 of fares to outer s...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

GOSSIP Mr. G. Rankin, of 31 Goulburn Street. Liverpool, left Mascot Aerodrome at 9 o'clock on Tuesday night last by Lancastrian plane, on the first stage of his flight round the world. Mr. Ran- kin is travelling to the British Indust I rles Pair which opens in the Olympia London on 5th May. He hopes to reach London by ll a.m. on Friday (Anac Day). \ Present at the 'drome to see ^Mr. Rankin depart were Mrs. Rankin and his three daughters Olga, Doreen and Enid. After the BD? concludes he intends enjoying ttn days or so in his native Ireland before returning to Australia via America. oOo Strange that animals should get Snow Fuller and Jack Cuffe in the news twice in the one week. On Tuesday about lunch time they were the heroes m a pig-catching episode in Liverpool's main street. The pig tscaped from a truck . and hoked into Williamson's Bakery with all the unengaged in the town in hot pursuit, snowy bull-dozed (or should it be boar-dozed?) it. oOo And then there was the poundkeeper wh...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. and C. ASSOCIATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

P. and C. ASSOCIATIONS The annual meeting of the P. and C. Regional Council was held at Liverpool on Friday, 18th inst. Mr. Prowse J.P. was chairman in the absence of Mr. A. L. Green. The acting-secretary read the min- utes of the last annual meeting and gave a brief review of the year's activities. Several speakers emphasised the help- ful work done by the Regional Council with the box library, petition for free milk, and many other matters. The treasurer's report showed a credit balance of £32'3/9 and the Central Box Library showed a credit of £4/2/ and had not yet received the 20 per cent subsidy applied for from tile Education Department. The following officers were elected: President, Mr. Pennay; vice-president, Mr. Prowse and Mr. Forsyth; secretary. Mr. A. V. L. Green, subject to his agreement to accept the position, Mr. Hind to act in the interim; auditors. Mr. C. Bruce and Mr. E. England; Library Committee to be the executive with Mi'. J. Hind as Library Secretary. At this s...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

WHEELERS NEW, SEASONS DATES 1/51 per lb. com DOOR MATS 8/11 each SALTED PEANUTS ^ oz. for CROCKERY" TEAPOTS from 6/6 each "ST. IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL 14 Railway Street. Liverpool Phone ÜBT819 MATRON H. C. DAVIES A.T.N.A. A.N.F. (State Reff.) General and O bes trie Case;; MILLER'S DELICATESSAN Scott St. (opp. Fire Stat'on) LIVERPOOL For All Your Smallgoodfe -jr Dressed Poultry a Specially Phone UB7838 DRYCLEANERS Liverpool-. MISS nOÜGH. W Macquarie Strew Cabramatta: Mrs. GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station i: ? N.R.M.A.* i: LIVERPOOL District Depot £ M Barrett's ^COLLINGWOOD:: GARAGE ;; GENERAL ENGINEERS vPanel Beating, Duco Spraying * ?. ' Authorised Inspection Station! I ; Phone Liv. 317 f . -XK~x~x~x~XK-x~x~x~x-*«X"Xt TfieCoMngwoodl HOTEL HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL 1 LOOK IN ON THE LOUNGE I COSY COMFORT WITH SMOOTH SERVICE | A FULL RANGE OF THE BEST LIQUORS AND | LIQUEURS £ Phone Liv. 5. J... Matadora, Licensee |* X

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

"QUALITY" Our Motto THE CHOICEST FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Only |L. BILLETT Î Scott St., LIVERPOOL FOR LOVELY alway* tu« RAYMUR I HAND CREAM 1/ I A. T. MURRAY i M.P.S. g Chemist

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

! KEEP MCGIRR j PREMER land walch ihr BanUslown ;nid { Liverpool Districts prosper. VOTE (1) JAMES MCGIRR SAVE TIME! When in a hurry there s a sure and safe way GO BY TAXI CALL UB 7880 24 HOURS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. Weddings, Parties, Funerals, etc- specially catered (or PRIVATE HOSPITAL COLLINGWOOD fi CHRISTIE ST.. LIVERPOOL All Obstetric indoor and outdoor cases attended. SISTERS FLOYD and GARLAND Obst. A T N A. Phone Liv. 192 j ' HOME PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS ROY S. TURTON Architectural Dnuicbfauui j Maapiarie Chambers ! 61 Mn «jua ri - Street f 'arroma tia ' i* a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. PhrUWTJ03 i Private: 30 Bolton Street, Guildford V A & *"or Alf ''la^ües of Ä FLORAL ART J £ ' CLARICE !IOUC"A % 187 Macquarie Si J i.rvrnporv* / :.Phon-.' UB7S18 . \ SHAMROCK" FLOWER AND PET SHOP G9 Scott Stree> live pool Phone UBÏ82» j ?Oa ALL WREATHS, 8PRAVS AND BOUQUETS Norma Bray, Florist. »! 4 3 ROOM SCHEME] ?. 'j' comprtsbif: A A ¿Jtedroom Suit«, complete. 3 piece % Lounge Su...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

restore home deliveries, wipe out racketeers and black market- eers, provide domestic assist- ance for mothers and housewives. VOTE (1) JAMES MCGIRR

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

E , ' ._ ?S^ammmm^mÊÊmmmmmÊigmmmmmmÊÊmmimmmmÊaaÊmKmmmmmmmmmÊimÊmmmÊr SHAWS PHARMACY 193 Macquarie Sfcreef, Liverpool Ir<jr Accurate Dispensing. Toilet Prepara!io'i>. Gift- ntvi Novelties. Choice SmaUgoods ALWAYS FRESH-Ii you shop at RADFORD'S 11-15 John Street, Cabramatta un 1617 For your Cakes and Pastry ALWAYS OVEN-FRESH D. MATHIESON . OPPOSITE BUS STOP and STATION Cabramatta

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir. I am addressing this as a letter of .protest j:o our wonderful (Rip Van 'Winkle) Council, which has taken nine imontihs to do nothing about Childs ïtoad Swamp. On August 1. 1946. the Council gave Approval for Childs Road to be filled in; £60 was granted for the deed. Alder- man Childs gave the council permission to take the fliting from his place when required and - a month ago Alderman Smith offered the 'ceftjncil stone' niling lor same use. which I understand is up st his place. Is the council going to let the women- folk lug their groceries a good half-mile further and the school children go the same distance to the bus during the "winter and six months after and let the swamp cover Childs Road as usual and expect the rates and taxes to be paid for nothing? Or put a ferry service in. or do something about it? The. residents of this area have been Waiting patiently for something to be done before the rains come and Childs Road is impassable for another s...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

?PlA NEW DE AL ||j FOR THE PH HOUSEWIFE (JAMES McGIRR Premier, in hh Policy Speech, said: I come now tc the problems of tl;? housewife, to whom I have already paid a tribute for her pat- ience and fortitude during the war period despite hjtivy burdens and grave anxieties. The wemen in the home en- dured the haiii'hips occasioned by non- delivery of goads, zoning, scarcity of commodities and many other wartime restrictions. It is now our duty to see that these burdens are not perpetuated in peace-time. Home Deliveries Oanawjucjwtly, tba C'jvejinment- will tnr.i; legislation compelling the home delivery of tho.-e ;¿ooc;> which were de- livered before the war. Zoning was a Federal war-time meas- ure that has u-w been lined so far as the Commonwe.uí h Government is con- cured. In spit!- Lil Ulis, certain busi- ness interests have imposed their own system of zoning cn the people and have refused to return to peace-time condi ;> 'ions. In this way they have denied U;e housewile ll.e...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 April 1947

Chick Boxes AVAILABLE NOW i i N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY. LTD. I SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL il * SCISSORS * !! >, i"ItitrJisli Surgical Scissors, suitable ordinary lioiiM'ho'd usc SPECIAL PRICE WHILE STOCKS LAST 6/6 a p 1 D. F. DONOHUE, M P S. Dispensing Chemists 27 JOHN STREET CABRAMATTA UBI689 WHAT MCGIRR HAS DONE FOR BANKSTOWN ELECTORATE James McGírr, M.L.A., Prunier Hospital» MeGlRR obtained for you the Out- patients' Department at Banks- town. McGIRR has got for you and yours the Bankstown District Hospital, valued at £253,000 comprising 200 bods for general and mat- ernity cases. This work WILL definitely bc commenced fn the near* few months. McGIRR has got for Liverpool £250,000 for a general hospital. Railways McGIRR fought and got for you the TEMPE-PADSTOW, REVESBY PANANIA-EAST HILLS elec- tric railway. McGIRR got for you thc electricified service Bankstown-Yagoona. McGIRR has got £ 12,900 for a new overhead bridge and parcels office at Bankstown Station. Schools McGIRR got the...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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