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POLICE COURTS Negligent Driving [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

POLICE COURTS I Negligent Driving (I ruegiig«»-- », I Liverpool route Coule on Mon beh-re Mr- Haney S.U., Regina* h cee wr« íüied £5 for negligent!; fa a >.n:w 1<---V U1 Sackville stteet (cid on !ü-n .'iFI'iJ iasC- He al» b pay 8 - i - and £3 10 - wit l;".';'b:>: C.'v-i.jiiaw gave »evidence bout 7.2« p.m. on JOth April, hi to u:c .v«w of an acaident at th: on OÍ Street and Can Hc- K'.-i ij:-i- v>'as an overíiün ikv. i> man- Edward Carroll, cn" .ix of tho «ad. He was r.-; yw* t:.e head uni it.ee. t ' n .riîirî? defendant jiat¡ cc-mj i "¡ }jjs home and admitted being1 v,.:. oí lorry that coluJed wit... xv. L..:-üdant admitted the acei ú iver of the .SU!M, j, ni ms acciac-nl. j No Lieht« On Cart j¡aving no nfejiis on a ..iirrk'd whielo a a querier t.; .six IJ . ia Sm ii h i ?Iri fe'.: :. am ,!.';. Uo!;i;ins. w.'^.e \.ile np j i...;- und plcvded guilty, v. as' £ ]. jiiUi 5 Ü Cllbtî. t. Hamilton, PoLce Prosecutor, lei thal after a car came mto coi I ,nüi ine cart, ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

QUEEN CANDIDATE liMfflS NOLA NICHOLLS will hold ? DANCE in ÍLiverpool Trwrs H.^Iï. on E:DAY, 17'!. CEPTEM8ER I'l-OC'-CiI: in ;). ; ' iii ¡lire'! d t Mvh. -ir:i. ? " Door Tickets 2 "llih *:vxi <l v.:- ' Cam; Iv.1'. M ' .Mrs. 'EDDING E " ^ A KEASTS îATKrr.n FOP. > PILLING ER'S. Caterers »2 S»afwi Ro- ó. AUBURN m. i;S0 T (ilariii;-.: Penn';. < Client A WELL ? . ,i r -'t*ee', Liverpool . <' Von-Eíectrir | "'?''i': comfort lo HIP ! Lr.cr-ocl H" Í fflblRLS WANTED! i^Ê \ Chance io Learn 'fl A -IV* if ¡table Trade. fl noire v.'^r.K cuoD WAGES Sj CONGENIA,». fnNniTÎOXS m ?. u'i:riís' ÍV-.ÍD MOMOAYS ? ANNUALLY ? APPLY: I LIVERPOOL CLOTHING I CO ? Terminus Street. Liverpool I Manufacturéis of I IROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES I PHONE: LIVERPOOL 239 ACQUIRE i:; \T WELL GKUOMÍ.Í APl'LARAN» \ sit LIVERPOOLS LEA« Ni i HAÏ "DRESSERS BRUíN BROS Macquarie St. (next Mainsbridge*! Has in stock all :¡>e paular Tobaccos mid Cigarettes, and a wide range oí Smokers' Actvss...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENING NOTES "EVERGREEN" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

GARDENING NOTES "EVERGREEN' J1 Begin to feed tomatoes wlien the first fruits are the sizes of marbles, and con- tinue to feed regularly thereafter. Twice during the season apply to tomatoes a rich top dressing, say half fine soil and half old manure or fine soil and mould mixed with a little fertiliser. Take note of cabbages that fag bad- ly. Two things may cause this. The cabbage root fly and club root disease. Whichever is found on pulling up the plant means the bonfire for them. A good dressing of lime for the soil and half-an- ounce of salt dropped into the hole to kill the grubs are the remedies. Inciden tly the other week I was in- terested to read that someone else had the same idea as myself, flowers and poultry combined. Start one Une only the first season, unless both heart and pocket are muon larger than mine. It's astouoUng the things that Can go wrong wita chicks and fowls and that green feed problem. Unless there is ample (and I mean ample) water supply it will be flow...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL BOWLING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

-ÖVlRPOÖL BOWUNG^CLUB m _s. È Ttw annual gênerai meeting and if election ot olficers of the above club took place in the clubhouse on Wed * nesrtay evOi-Éiff. 2^h Axigus%, Xke ¿ president, M4. t. Ashcroft occapy r ing the clair. There was a larg« i attendance of members, accommo- dation being taxed to the utmost. !?? ur. F. Hosiord was elected Patror I of the dub m place of Mr. B. T. Green '.' deceased and Mr- L- J- Ashcroft was , (re-elected Prudent unopposed. Offener office-bearers are as follows: Vice-presi 1 dents, Messrs. C. Dymock, p. E. WÜ (lianison and A. Fbwke; Committee, Messrs. R. Buchan, C. Ireland, C. Wil- liamson, J. Fitzpatrick, and E. Webb Honorary Secretary, Mr. George Mor- row; Honorai y Treasurer, Mr. H Ni Nicholls; Bowls Secretary, Mr. A. Hill;   Selection Committee, Messrs. A. Fowke' A Hill and C. Williamson k A. HUI ana f It was mentioned cy the Presideiitj fi in address thai, the club was jusi I .jn fl liund.ed strong. The new Club r nouf.e and or...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 5 September 1946

ESTATE AGENT E. C. GRUCHY Estates Managed. Rents Collected. Mortgages and Finance Arranged Agenit for Alliance Assurance Coy. Ltd. (inc. in Eng.) All Classes Insurance effected. See Gtudhy First.. Liv. 373. 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL For AU Classes of «!' FLORAL ART f CLARICE HOUGH? 187 Macquarie St.X LIVERPOOL « Phone Liverpool 608 % WILLIAM A. STEEL SOLICITOR 231 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL and MUIOOF Building 185 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY 'Phone: M 3308 LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE Modern Cars available withou* drivers for hire on Daily or Weet ly basis. Moderate Rates for booking. Apply : LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Street Phone Liv. 176. GEARY & CULLEN BLACKSMITHS AND WHEELWRIGHTS MOORE STREET, LIVERPOOL Over 30 Years' Experience in all Branches of the Trade. Our Specialty: That Difficult Job-the one the others Cannot do. WOOD C0FÏÏLL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23. HOME P».*NS & SPECIFICATIONS ROY S TURTON I Architectural:...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

BOWLS With tba Club Championship games nearing the end, veteran bowler Ernie Webb, playing well up to his old form defeated Ron Buchan on Sunday last' There was a considerable "gallery*' for Ulis game which was of particular in : tere st up to the seventeenth end. Prom that point on Webb slowly drew away to run out a winner from Buchan 31 16. Anotheï who reached hi| old-time form was Doug. McWhinnie. At one stage the scores in his match against C. Dymock were 21-11 in the latter's! favour, but McWhinnie made a remark- able recovery to convert what looked like certain defeat Into a 31-26 victory. In the other chamionship game Hill had a runaway victory over Summers -the final score being 31-16. Next Sunday three teams will be visit- ing us from Earlwood. With them will be the president of the Victorian Bowl- ing Association. Members arc reminded that Sunday, 22nd September ls set down for Patron's Day. There will be f=ix visiting teams.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES Salvation Army Protestant Hall, Hume Highway [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

CHURCH NOTICES Salvation Army Protestant UaU. Hume Highway il «t.ai.: Holiness Meeting. 2 p.m. Y.P. Meeting Hoxton Park. 2.at) p.m. Y.P. Meeting Liverpool. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. TUESDAY 2.30 p.m. Women's Home League Meeting; 8 p.m. Soldiers' Meeting. W^uiNjibDAY Cottage Meeting, Hammondville.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY TICKET WINDOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

RAILWAY TICKET WINDOWS I Following a complaint from a reader in last week's Leader, enquiry was made to the Railway Department with a view to learning the Departmental view of this matter. A spokesman for the Department pointed out that there was intermittent I closure cf the ticket window in the slade I period of the day when the hourly ser , vice was operating. This was to enable necessary checking and handing over from one booking clerk to another. It usually occurred only once each morn- ing. Now that the half-hourly service had been reintroduced, even this inter- mittent closure is not being permitted. It makes the work of the ticket office I staff more difficult, but the convenience I of the public must be the primary con- sideration. It was pointed out that there were a numger of reasons why queues formed at the ticket wtofjws. whether thej were closed for a time or not. One of the reasons is the habit of many travel- lers of presenting notes, sometimes o) ! laree denominatio...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

PAT CULLEN'S GARAGE AB© SERVICE STATION Hume Highway, Liverpool Repairs nt Reasonable Rates. A.«X THE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE IF YOUR CAR BOILS Cet Your Radiator Checked and Cleaned Phone Liv. 5251

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

I EYE SERVICE IF IT'S YOUR EYES ! Consult C. T. Lorenz j (Western Suburbs) Pty. Ltd. J 285 CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA, and at AUBURN

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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB íía',/"|'fliv\-ßtab'fc'^rd <R. Randal Tronhy) : Won by Jim Stewart with 37 j peints; runner-up Don Cleary with 34 j c Dints. j Sunday.-Sharer Trophy: Won by J. ; Harrison and W. Flowers. 7 up. Run - J ner-up J. Race and N. Bruin, 4 up. ; ASSOCIATES j Wednesday, 4tii September: The sea'?d : nine holes for Mrs. B. Goolsy's trophv ! was won by Mrs. Andrews with a 31 i nett. I Results: Mrs. Andrews 31, Mrs. WU- : kinson 32, Mrs. M. Gooley 36. Mrs. Chappkj 36. Mrs. Wia'ams 37,, Misfr Bf-tye 8. Mrp. MacParJane 39, Mrs. ¡Hunt 39. I Saturday, 7th September: A popular I ra was recorded on. Saturday, when Miss Peggy Kershler won Miss Williams tiophy with 35 stableford points on a count-back frcm her sister Betty-Sie 1 first trophy Peg has ever won. Leading scores: P. Kershler- 35. B. Karshler 35. Mrs. Watts 34, Mrs. Hunt 32. Miss Battye 29, Mrs. Williams 29. Mrs. Gooley reduced four strokes this werk and Mrs. Hunt 2 strokes.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

LEADER Il IS A OM. MROCVRAIUX FROM TH li FOLLOWING LIVERPOOL Air*.- WYCH, Macquarie Street. Mr. BARGES, Lachlan Street BOOKSTALL, at S.ation. ; ROSE'S STORE, Hume Highway Mrs. JARVIS, Hume Highway. Mr. BILLI NGHURST. Hume Higb.way MOOREBANK. WY CH'S Newsagency. Mr. PINNOCK, Newbridge Road Mr. A. CHILD'S, Gordon Road. Mr. S. EVERETT. Central Avenue. (MILPERRA. MCKECHNIE's stun HAMMONDVILLE. MORLEY'S Store. CAEiSAMATTA. LEVINE'S Newsagenc) Mrs. E. GARTHE'S School Shop. Mrs. ADA BROWN. Cabramatta Road. CABRAM AR. RAILWAY BOOKSTALL INGLEBURN. SMITH'S Newsagencv and Store CASULA. j. VALENTINE'S Post Office Store f. ISAACS Crossroad Cafe. PRESTONS CLOAK'S Store LEPPINGTON. DONNELLY'S. HILLVIEW DAY'S Store, f Mr. PAGE. Lurnea Post Office. HOXTON PARK, ii HUNTER'S Post Office Sum-. \ Mr. ROUSE. Mr. BERT. WATERS. WEST HOXTON. SCOTT'S Store. AUSTRAL. STARR'S Store. BONNY RIGG. RAYNER'S Post Office Store MT. PRITCHARD. Mrs. GRANT/ Mr. BUTLER COWPASTURES ROAD. DAY'S Post Office Store. GREEN VAL...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

COLES GENERAL MERCHANTS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WINES . 199 and 204 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL NOW YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ATTENTION, A GOOD HOSE IS ESSENTIAL 1 indi PLASTIC HOSE, per foot 1/ \ inch 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot lOd 2 «ch 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot * REFRIGERATORS SILENT KNIGHT. Gas, Kerosene or Electric Models. £55 ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE DISTRICT PHONE: LIV. 119. WEIR & GREEN Watchmakers and Jewellers 194 Macquarie St., Liverpool Invííe you to inspect their display of ROYAL STAFFORD CROCKERY also POTTERY and CUT GLASS Diamond Engagement Rings and Wedding Rings, all designs. WEIR & GREEN Jewellers 'Phone: Uv. 306 G. COOPER For AU Garden Requisites ?fr ASPIDISTRAS, modally reduced) f © clear. TT TT FLOWERS SFFDLTNGS SHRUBS BULK SEEDS FERTILIZERS 203 Macquarie St., Liverpool and 20 Loloma St., Cabramatta (RESULTS versus PROMISES] MENZIES PROMISES TAX CUT OF 20 per cent. A Gift for the BIG MAN. SOCIAL SERVICES. CONTRIBUTORY. Estimate...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABRAMATTA COUNCIL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

CABRAMATTA COUNCIL NEWS j Thc first buiir.ess dealt with at Mon r iy n.\°":u.'B mee'ir p of Cafcramat'.fi Council was the presentation of a Tliird Frize Pennant by the State Organiser Mr. Finney, in recognition of the Muni- cipality's fine effort in the recent Se- curity Loan. It wa? appropriately 1-3 ; ceived by the Mayar (Aid. A. Adams). i On the motion of Aid. Dawson, sup- ported by Aid. McBurney, all present stood in silence out of respect for Mi-. Bovey and Mr. Lelfcand v.'¿10 pa«e:l away since Council's previous meeting. j A brush occurred between the Mayor : and Aid. Cooper when the former in t'mated early in the meeting that though he did not desire to be considered gag- ging anyone he intended to limit all peakers to ten minutes on any sub- ject so as to expedite the business of Council. It called forth a strong pro- test from Aid. Cooper who claimed that the Mayor's ruling was directed against one individual. The life of the Council was coming to an end yet the Mayor was t...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

mj¿% J7*^!Frock äalorj Tel Liv. 524 175 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL ! FLORAL DIRNDLS. But.on at back. XSSW to W. 43/10 ' 13 Coupons. FERGUSON FABRIC in all colors and styles from 34,^ 13 Coupons. We have a STRICTLY LIM2TED NUMBER of GENUINE ENGLISH PLASTIC RAINCOATS and RAINCAPES (wft hood). Prices, £6/13/9 and £6/1/- respectively. No Cpns LAY BYS AND CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED J^Y'g LIVERPOOL'S FAS HUON CENTRE J^Y'g FASHION WITH ECONOMY IMANCHESTER! WEAVING I MILLS j REILLY ST, LIVERPOO'I Phone Liv - 322 or "Liv. 34| WANTED WOMJiN wi h experience a Worsted' menders. &RLS, 15 18 years, wilih o without experience. 30YS, Vacancies for a lani: ed number. Goad Wages for Juniors t ^oinmen.ce. Adult rate at 1 yeans of age if commencing i 15 years of age for females. M'PLY : National Employmei )ff ce ar direct to Mill Ol fice [WILLIAMSON' I PRIZE-WINNING BREAD SIl.VEtt ANNIVERSARY

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) R. T. Hoskins, B.V.Sc. (Sydney University) 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN UX779S Canterbury Branch: L'A 2557 I DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE | .GOOD MORNING, MADAM. RAY WATSON YOUR LIBERAL CANDIDATE ASKS YOU Do you want another Black Christmas ? Do you believe young Harried couples should have a chance lo own their own home ? Do you .think Wartime Taxation, Wartime Cjueu<s. Wartime Departments should continue? WORK AND VOTE FOR RAY WATSON A \oung Mame/I Man Who Knows Your Diffinilti.s. A Candidate who believes in the Secn.n Ha'.lot for S;likes. FOR N ECESSI TI ES IN TJ J E 1Í < ) M H : REDUCED TAXATION. HOME OWNERSHIP RETURN RAY WATSON RAY WATSON SPEAKS OVER 2WL NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 9.30 PJVL VOTE WATSON (1) and MAIR, REID, FERGUSSON fm the SENATE (Authorised by J. Cussen, Bright Arcade. Wollong w.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

¡ GARDENING NOTES BY I "EVERGREEN" f I have been asked: Why is it usual to strike cuttings under glass and keep them in a fairly dark place until root- ed? Cuttings will always strike more readily when shaded from the light and roi allowed to get a chill and kept just M^'si not at all sloppy. L;ght has ?, teirl:--ney to draw the sip towards thc leavr;. thus prc\ent;n; i'- being em i'tiyiii". in t'i'.rwint rrj; ro ts. That i t'i' reason why you may have notice"1, healthy yoi'ivz shoots corning on rnt tmgs grown outside, which shrivel up before they have properly developed the light has drawn th? vp oft of th.» -is'ir'1 . ? ma!" th ' y " n 'ÍII JO:S b't' no roots have firm-; »'-err ! r>m-; ni. ..."?""".(«"I' -.Tl l l, ¡tl t'lP d- iii ct; t ¡is,.1- lo fer- the new a'^oA. Of <. w yet; know t :it the striking' cf ei:ti :r/ > under glass and in the dark is not a ."t-ict rule, becaus? slips of many plant will strike qui'e readily in thc bright- est of light. I J. O.T. Sl'K...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

ABOÜT THE TOWN Another couple of Italianos "escap from Ingleburn last Sunday. Liveri ?c. ill become a Little Innisfail If 1 Íftceps up. * * s * Mrs. G. Miller of Terminus Sb had the misfortune to lose jewell amounting to £65 in value at the Be Theatre, Sydney at the week-end. : eluded were a diamond engagemi ring and a dress ring, the latter be being in a square setting with a dus ; of small blue stones and one large ce ; tra J diamond. i j * * * I The Ainsworth Studio has become j fashionable mecca of all the mani j couples and wedding parties and J i most popular place for proud para j to go to have a portrait made of lil j, Peter or Patricia. Mr. Ainsworth! i[ young ex-serviceman, deserves succj not only for his enterprise in start out against established opposition. I for the high degree of skill he exhlb in his art. 11 * « * [ Liverpool Police found an abandon car iir a gully off Mill Hoad, Holl worthy last Thursday. Later it | learned that the car had been stol from ?Clarence ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY Mr. George Henry Sykes [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

OBITUARY Mr. George Henry Sykes Thc death occurred suddenly on Thursday, 5th September, at his resi- dence, 45 Mil) Road, Liverpool at the age of 64 years, of Mr. George Henry Sykes. i The late gentleman was very well known and respected in Liverpool, it toeing his home town for the last twenty years. He previously came from Goul- burn where he was also well known. He took great interest In Liverpool, al- ways being present at the Council meet- ings. He was a great stockman, and the day before his death rode a spirited pony. He could always be found with his horses. His death came as a great shock to all wino knew him and sympathy 1« extetuded to bis widow, Mr*. A. L Bytes, -con E. Q. Syto« tad daughters Mw. J. Kay of Hillview and Mr». D. Rus- sen of Liverpool. The remains were órenla ted at toe Rookwood Crematorium on Friday "Windows have to be kept closed and my old woman ha« worn out three ttooms sweepirfr the iii ors She now wants a miniature bulldozer. ."Why don't you KO nnd se...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN v. DUST [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

WOMEN v. DUST "That all the women in Speed Street are suffering from frayed tempers, housewives knees, sore throats and dust cn the lungs" ts the contention of a well-known local identity. Writing to the Leader he claims that I Council should arrange a dally street; j flooding scheme to keep down the dust which emanated from the councils most recent brain storm. "I know of women who cart their washing into the yards of Nagle Street residents in order to dodge the dust," he asserts. Tïie women have sore thib&ts and i~ayed tempers 'frrsn swaJ"^winer the stuff, sore knees from praying for rain, and dus-, on the lungs from opening their mouths too wide when they curse the council. -a.

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