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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED URGENTLY m Liverpool District. Submit particulars immediotely. No sale no commission basis. For quick results ring, write or call SYDNEY KAKM .SPECIALISTS Pty Ltd., 28 Martin Place, Sydney i'hone B1188. After hours, Tel. KU5950. FARMS WANTED E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists Call, Write, or Ring Liv. 373. 231 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL AUCTION SALE Acting liguer ins;iucuu,s lrom various owners Mr. E. Tullv w)ll sell at Tully's Sale Yards on S * urt)ay, September 14, 1946 at 2.30 p.m. the unde;mentioned articles: Farm Implements. Scarifier Harrows Double mouldboard plough Tip Dray Sundries. E. TULLY, M.A.A. Licensed Auctioneer RAILWAY SQUARE, LIVERPOOL Uv. 247 AUCTION SALE Of interest to Garage Proprietors, Con tractor^ Bus Proprietor^ Engineers, Poultry Farmers, etc. Acting under Instructions from Mr. Mr. H. R. Dalziel, Mr. E. Tully will sell at Box Road, Cross Roads, via Liverpool on Saturday, 14th September. 1946 at 2.30 pim., the undermentioned art...

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

GEARY & CULLEN BLACKSMITHS ANO WHEELWRIGHTS MOORF STREET, LIVERPOOL Over 30 Years' Experience In all Branches of thn Trade. Our Specialty: That Difficult Job-the one the others Cannot do. WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DÍRECTOR¿ Telephone: Liverpool 23.

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

BIRTHS MORROW (nee Kiltinger). September   5th, at Crown street Women's Hos- pital (Intermediate), to Mr. and Mrs.   G. P. Morrow — a son (Carl Patrick). Both well.  

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Brought a Bradbury Offensive Words [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

Brought a Bradbury Offensive Words Ausübung Uvo cna.ges, one of using -fipnsive words and the other of fail y; to pay his fare on the railways, at Liverpool Ponce Court on Monday last, James Bradbury, dairyman, of Warwirk Farm, pleaded net guilty. Ronald Arthur Jones, Assistant Station Master at Warwick Farm, giving evi- dence, stated that at 4.54 p.m. on 28tn July, he was in charge of Warwick Farm Station. Eefsndant alighted from a train and when asked for his ticket, said he had none. He was then asked to pay r:ó. fare hut. refused io pay mor;1 than ! . L. fondant said to l:im: If you start .? anyrhmp. I'll have you íemoved within 1 a month and you're only a - ratbag i and n.it fit to bo in en<»rgo. Defendant th "i .". ¡i away. Thwp v.ir, a numbt-r j j of i ipi. .l'omit, at. ihr time and Jones I ! claimed that the words usad were of- | j fensive to him. j J or.-;' rvidrncp WH- ni 'lip main sup-I ! . .rt/,; ir.' rpreivat ¡viii ti.fil who swore ' i fro Ltr ¡nuy '»rill JÎÎ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

fy MICKLES 4 MÜCKLE.. ïtfïï* I Mite .w3îgîd (be Diggers in building J J their Club M The JOHN EDMONDSON, V.C MEMORIAL CLUB NOW IS THF. ACCEPTED TIME. y .»Send your contribrtion tu Ti. ï Hovererson. Hon. Secre.ary, ,'j matio -, ... hardi:-"1 ^IICtlL. i-ivcrpoul. ' Í they ; )A- ace Gaierors.y Donated by D.W.M. BAKERY and NANCY CAKE SHOP- i j COURT NEWS I Drunkenness There was a ^a.CiCuiariy big "house" .f flhuiks to appear before frir. Harvey I. Mt a: Li»e;p-cl Police Court on Mon Äy«!loa;-.- wno uid not see thcr way Jearfto attend and answer the charges jiûîîn eon^quence forfeited their 10/ ttilllÑere BS follows: Prank Dick, 71: Watts. á0,j LU ward Ley'don, 42; Treloar, 60; Euward Ryan, 65; |es Templeton. 53; Jack Zinchin 51; William Harris Snowden, 51; un SUwarl Moag, <3; Vaiantine Ud Buckley, Clarence Thomson, 39: Laws, 39; Pierre James, 22. ii Tripp and Frederick Bishop were lished and discharged, ird Maxwell Hartas, on the same was fined 10/-. * . * |i J Indecent Behav...

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POULTRY NOTES Shortage of Poul ry Coops [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

POULTRY NOTES Shortage of Poul ry Coops .'??:< a'-' ' '::.!. ii .ivaaat.'- lor : :y poa |: rv I»-m 'Up;)!y m o u'.xry can i i ¡"J'.'I ailaiiv ::.;.<;. :iuu\ Wi".) M - <>b:ef of as if.t'l.i I!:'- p-->: ? a liü' ? :. :ali<:i ( a':; ".l (-ci '.la.- Ha- ir'm ?.; Poi il way:- :":d m-MVi-i a )n.\ \, rare :.; nr-'-t ardor: for ;.T. r >. .p- e*«»t i ; ..;». rYijflMsrv e.ij: bi ' i : . * R:ulv;.\ I>;'arl!ii'-i:: sat" "Í¡. c:.i! .-Ii-D- Iv ve b-a-u taa.-:i ta .ri'-ri as. lac preseat Ma. k --il coi ;.-. bu' 'i: ? p -un a tin- will ni i ? í-it 'o: k'imv timo ¡o; .supplie- el MiiUblt aun-, a'i- ta i i'?- .i _ii]i pr vui'aljle ami iii'' j ii'iai -a ia aaaaer a: a:!aU ai.--: a'!1 <-i i du- orinan " j }.'<;:),wir" n i .-ii;t ul tin-- :<-a¡" va j havi- a^am caramana-ah .', w:'!i lio I Sui.i-1'i!)'i '.idant ol' Go'a's T'"t»t) .Servir--. ¡ ¡.?vi-M,>-i llíat ever> r,VO'i ba jrarV tn i :r iriaia'".ur¡' eeaiK I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

FOR EVERY KIND Of SHEET METAL WORK I A. L. CHUN j SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL if TRi )!'(,! I- ' !: "!'(.!' ? I FKED-KK- ¿x ? \ ~p - 1Wo call «U] ?]?'.- \'ii¡ ii. ."?'??il. - ,\i.-,i.t fx > >\M, Ik-.UM ' ! ALL SHEET METAL REPAIR? Telephone Liv 152 S OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING 1 WHEATLEYS HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS C )n!\ lin i ii -; \\ ? >:1.II mil -hi] HEATLEY'S ¡ATTENTION ! MOTORIST! Panel Beating and Reoaii done cheaply hy E. A. TAYLOR St Luke's Third Amu!*! JUVENILE FANCY DRESS LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL om¡ TUESDAY. 24th SEPTEMBER * Dancing 7.30 to 12. Supper. Good Pries. TICKETS. If. -R > > ' /? ¡:S11.\CÍI Thc Family Ne°ds Supplied by BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, Liverpool I j ;. ; :1 i j I ' ':'-) 11!.--ii« '' ",";"-,! ? : ? .< ,. ;. :¡- jr' ail< , j;' * '..I.i'll': k~l' . FRESH SUPPLIES DAIL FRUIT AND I VEGETABLES From . O'CONNELL {Uu> A i.F.) [87 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL [Ou. Motto: QUALITY .On-;Iimut S,i[cl\ ('ow H'r -io ih. 'FM...

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CO-OP. GETS WHEAT RIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

CO-OP. GETS WHEAT RIGHTS Tue following is the text of a letter itce.vwi oy uou. H. P. I*zza*ini iiom .JJ coue^gue, ¿tun. W. J. ixwly, Mul- ler tor i^ouuncrce and (H6in.iut.ae. is oated »ra öepteniöer, luttí. Miy Ut ar Munster, i'ouowiug ou your personal represen uitwns on bau&ii ol tue uuniueri&iiu 11.US1 Co-opeiauve Su-itv ^-HI tu*;j .>e aiioweû to iuuiule alni teil wu eat to mea- own »ujuioeis, in view 01 your icpresen unions ana the fact Uiut Lue rcguutu clamai eis ol qu^uay cover a cuusititjaDie number ol puuury owners wau aie aiSo uitfinoers oi lue Society» «JJU u.at. Ww sugbcAi«a u analer is to a fiopai¿y re^isicitu LAJ-oper<uive urg«m -juuii, X nave ueciaeo to auuiorize uie iou might refer the Co-operative oocfuy to uie Australian Wheat no aid, wno nave been suitably auvu>eo, auu »uo wxii arrange tue necessary details. VOOLS, etc., i W. J. SCULLY.

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

CORRESPONDENCE (To the l-ditori Bein..* cuiisUuit reader , ; your paper. ! «, bo nriuloiail i! yo-: Htmk', :iw '):.!<> iii my 3;4tor m top)}- : > rite ir, m "Cabby" in your ia-sî issue. H:--.iag t'' . i :.).': . .1 tho R - T..' HOP'" ,I|)VJ!| t.helVi. I na ve lut h'v-îiUit n't. ... .'..'.In.; tlie . al:..i- i". ;rvi: ral tint r r.lir- tin «ii.it. « - ..!?--.ii I e. a.- ;:ÎMI.I ':.r r.uhv.i -;a!î ra\ . th.' ni..-!o!-n :v :,. o: ii ' iv v- ¡;: ? I V. cà.iw:. Mn ; , vi ] .,: a t.- < >? . tie tr.iv, lim: 'wy tla-ir ovvr nuuty demands ..vm;,. -..a i^ila't! 1 '!.. 1,. :v f ' ? lint; <m the v. -t that t.V.i; .?ti'u'.itli.'.l Wiii . i a ra'ir:; y Ki:' . .'ri t». Yi..:r-'. ? '.r v. . .i.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

CHIPPING NOR A FE' wiU be held on U Church Grounds, (near Gordon Rd), SATURDAY, 1946, 2.: Provis-; given for . - WOST SFGNOE BEST PLATE OFJ BEST PLATE OF\ Phone: LJV. SU. E. SR FLO] 69 (O ? SPR> ? ARI -jfc Lovelj Silver, MISS BR| ICOL ! G £IN THE I ^Official X General I ? Panel »IFFICL M. »HONE: MRS. HALL for MODERN HAIR STYLING SALON 220 Macquaiie St., Liverpool for tihe ONDULUX" PERM MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. GIRLS CHA? '.ENGE WOO!.! EN MILLS :! \\ I' I.IMITFP YACANCTF.Í 'liri-. w;!l: m- wrliMiit Textile . s... ,1 1 5 19 ve.-irs. \ni '\ 1 ', i.e.-, > luiente Mills,

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REASONS WHY THE LIBERAL PARTY CANNOT BE TRUSTED [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

REASONS WHY THE '? LIBERAL PARTY CANNOT BE TRUSTED j; has always beer, Tlu- hab¡; o: j^ib . political opponents io change name ci their party when they fine v )i;ive b:-ccnn unpopular iii public .yn-.-ni. RciTiily lins has asain hap ptJR-d . Same Party under different name lr» the- oariy da..s oí Ft-dcratíun the poiiiical opponent': nf Labor wt JV known .-.s the Libirai Pony and ..ht- Conservative Puny. These Partas combiner! and bo cjne known as the Li ocra 1 Pinny. During int- war they changwi tho j¿ame io Ule National Party but later n-c.-:\ ¡nv a s; \ en- .«.?; luck at tho elcc uo'.v. auaLn chan/ed tho muí" tu thc Ur, it id A;:y.:raha Party. Altor tX'-iri}.- badly beat;n al tilo 1943 eïeoW ns tJic- di;-ere'.ed Un.;:d Aus jnJi;» Party in a <>i"'at euttuiM nf re- pentance declared io the- pe ipk- that it ¿nu-iided to start afn-.-h ann wit ii a lio', o o: i rt ira pets tho Liberal P;u-;y once n-.'.'-i' int:> t>:is;cr.ie. Dispur, however, thc plausible :-ta temen...

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

RE GAL THEATRE LIVERPOOL ONLY PREPAID RESERVES .-.VJI.RDAY EVENING. PERMANENT RESERVES HELD UNTIL 6 p.m. SATURDAY. RÍ.NG THEATRE IF YOU ARE NOT COMING. SESSIONS AT 6 P.M. AND 7.45 P.M. NO RESERVES KEPT AFTER 7 30 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Seji ember 13 and 14 20 Million People Have Laughed at it. * IV«5 They losuheir heorti on the high teoi ... their \heodi in london... their boy iiiendi In Porii. Mere'« « two-way ticket fot Ihe Grondetl louoh/;, I \ Jo« of th. Veo.I r i 00 G+y 0 \ Ol ÍHARUÍ fiUGCUS - DOROTHY GISH lor General Exhibition. Also, The Story of the Woman mentioned in the Cousens' Case "TOKIO ROSE" (A) MONDAY and TUESDAY September 16 and 17 mm THE VMD WOT UVES AG Alto m THE un OF ITS MOST COLORFUL HERO I 1 JOEL MCCREA 1 MAUREEN O'HARA ! LINDA DARNELL . - - "General Exhibition. S AKTHONYQUIMN S Directed by William A. WEILMW | Also, Jenny Laird in "PAINTED BOATS" (G) WED. and THURS. September 18 and 19 'v, Robert «'S Cummings Lizabeth Scott Don Ä /DeFore In HAL WALLIS' Produ...

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ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

ACCIDENTS} Wnen Edwin Maxwell Harrison. 19, ci Lord Street, Cabramatta, vraa riding a motor cycle along Park Road, Cabra matta at about tea past nine .00.-Sun- day morning last - be collided vrtOx 4. car owned and driven, by "Francis Dixon of Cardwell street. Canley Vale at the juncticn with Langfield Street. There was only slight damage to the vehicles but Harrison was taken to Parramatta.' Hospital suffering from a probably frac ..Uied right leg. A ielidion occurred in Hume High- way r.^ar Lanascf;v,)iie Road «A (6.40; p.m. las-, Inursday evening- between a) cycle ridden north along the Highway by Reginald John Wilson, of Edgar Street, Yagoona and a car driven by 1 norna s E. Mariage of Station Street, Cabramatta. Wilson was taken, to Liver- pool State Hospital where he was ad- mitted for observation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

ALITY" Our Moí'o OICEST F WITS D VEGETABLES BILLETT ': ? St, LIVERPOOL . ÏÏÏLÏRT une L-ntrpool b5 ATEO MILLET muí BKOüMS s/3 ~c,i eaca ner BÁCOÑ EL ! RASHERS M V10 ;VÎPlïrVATE HOSPITAL \\ V S'"ret. Liverpool Vlxi'-c: Liv. 819 ytyn"N fl. C. DAVtES .T..V .? A.X.F. (State Reff.) Gi-ixi-l and Obestric Cases JCATESSEN X HAMBURGER X AND COFFEE INN$ MILLER'S s i. («n¡i. i-ire LIVERPOOL j fsCO'U si. (op¡i. i ire Station) £ X LW.V/S FRESH- X SMALL GOODS X CONFECTIONERY Í IE CREAM & MILK BAR | |WE UK DRY CLEANING Al THE LOCAL DEPOT JONES DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: [SS HOUGH, 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: i. GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station -AWHENCE BERRY SOLICITOR umiwioner for Affts. N.S.W. une Victoria) LWAV PARADE, CABRAMATTA UB1710 Twyiord House, 17 Castlereagh St ÎSydney. B 4408. urning- Practice after Military Service ESTATE AGENT E. C. GRUCHY Estates Managed. Rents Collected. . Mortgages and Finance Arranged item for Alliance Assurance I'Coy. Ltd. (inc. in Eng.) ?H Classes Insuran...

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

LIVERPOOL COUNCIL At Tuesday night's meeting the Mayor (Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick) reported having, in company with Alderman Potter and Childs T. Fitzaptrick, Gar ard and Cullen, met the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Main Roads Department, on Wednesday, 4th Sep- tember. Messrs. Shaw and Donaldson of the Main Roads Department, and Messrs. Marsh, Buchan and Murray of the Coun- cil's staff were also present. Matters disrusted were) the tfritíge crossing over G-eores River and railway at Liverpool, the widening of Macquarie Street. Scott Street paving and Cabra- matta Lane. Macquarie Street widening is to be the subject of inquiry by the Chairman and a written communication. Cabramatta Lane will be considered) in conjunction with enquiry now being made into the question of main roads generally to the County if Cumberland. The matter of the bridge across the river was discussed in committee. Council's Engineer, Mr. £>. O. Mur- ray, reported as follows: Works Programme: Some flaking...

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

RETURN THANKS SYKES — Mrs. A. I. Sykes, Mrs. J. Kay Jnr. and family, Hillview, Mrs.   D. Russell and family, Hume High- way, Ernest G. Sykes, Liverpool, wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their expressions of   sympathy in the loss of my loved hus- band and our father, George Henry Sykes. Please accept this as our per- sonal thanks to all. IN MEMORIAM RANDELL — In loving memory of my dear hus- band Robert and our Dad, who passed away 9th September, 1945. His life is a beautiful memory, his passing a silent grief; but he sleeps in God's Beautiful Garden, in the sunshine of Pefect Peace. Always remembeed by his wife and family, sons-in-law and grandchildren. DEATH SYKES — September 5th (suddenly) at his residence 45 Mill Road, Liverpool,   George Henry Sykes, age 64, beloved husband of Isabel Sykes, loved father   of Kathleen, Mrs. J. Kay Jnr., Mrs. D. Russell, Ernest G. Sykes, Doreen (Mrs. Beddall, deceased), gr...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK FARM PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

WARWICK FARM PROGRESS ASSOCIATION Por 'heir general meeting last FridaV. nhht in their new Hall at Hargrave Park the residents of the State Housing Com- mission's houses attended in force ta pretest very strongly on the very large gas bills which have been received by 'hem in the past few days. It was re- solved to have immediate enquiries mad? into the huge amount cf gas allegedly usïd. Tile recretary said that he had writ- ten to the Mayor of Liverpool inviting him and other Councillors to the meet- ing bul the Mayer had not answered the letur despite the fact that he had been asked to accept 'he invitation "wi'hcA't prejudice." The secretary ex- pressed surprise that although the M?yor was tiie leading citizen, he had not A, it learned to show a good lead in the community. iThe meel'Ti;» wa*¡ umnbiwris fu «infntrflng upon AM. Smtfh »,\*c membership of the Association, not only for his nobile stand for this Association, but for his services to the whole community. A lively debate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

PUBLIC NOTICES Liverpool District Football Club 'BUS PICNIC SUNDAY NEXT, Sept. 15, 1948 FIVE BUSES will leave Liverpool Post Office at 9.30 a.m. sharp to proceed to RICHMOND where A. B and C Terns will play PICNIC MATCHES. COME ALO.VG. JOIN US-For a Good day's outing:. A. Ruggles, Hon. Secretary. R.A.O.B. Opei fng of New Lodge A MEETING will be held in HOXTON PARK HALL on Sunday, 29 th September 1946 at 2 p.m. All Buffaloes and tatend'ns members are invited to be present. A. R. Gillarcl Convenor. WANTED «^-ww^wß. ula uo*a, Cut owl cque Chpu. Bes«, prices aT! casa. Weir and Gr¿en, 1U4 äw. Liverpool. Pt¿one aut¡. ^ .vlILANESE PANTEES, Pinkla^â EEOS, 7/11. Rosalind Frock ¿ Macquarie St. Liverpool. ù'sJï ln'E- Funushed flat or dation, young married o children. Reply Leauer Oiuce" .I'ANXEU-fceDvinu-h^nd or neA" Irrigation Piping» I-ineh quantity. Phone Liv. 232 or { M. Kent, Walder Rd. Moore)), LOST AND FOUND -L3T - Navy Elue Overcoat, j,"» Clough, CS'S, cn cellar. Lagt^aH pool bus depot...

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

GOSSIP CORNER That hard-working and popular sec-, rstary of the Bowling Club-Chamber of ' Commerce-Youth Campaign Committee George Morrow was the recipient of many congratulations last Friday. ! Reason-Mrs. Morrow had presented him with a fine baby boy the day be- fore * * * There iras a lively five minutes al the old Salvation Army Hall in North- umberland street last Thursday morn- ing. A bzy burning paint off with a blow-lamp set the dry timber alight. Captain Mann was on the spot though. Be-rushed forward with just one bucket of water and doused the bry;j con- j ^aeration first throw ! j * * * "Neville Funnel] has his mates wonder- ing. A grcup oí five of them approach- ed our spare reporter on Saturday morn- ing and asked if we had heard if Nevill;: had by any chance bought a bus of his own? They'd seen him all dressed up. ?collar and tie and all. that morning. * * * ls it true that Steve Ingles, Ted Ash- croft and Hughie Watt contemplate s terip to "N.Z. before Xmas? * * * Tin...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A "FRANK" EXCHANGE Fracas in Front of Furniture Shop [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 12 September 1946

,. A "FRANK" EXCHANGE . ... A Frac»» in Front of Furniture Sbop -? A poundfceeper pitched ever his ! prad's proboscis when his one-time ! pal, pouring reproaches on him for ¡ putting the pal's horse in the pound threw a headstall and halter at hint. It xvas a "Paine"ful incident and the prank wilt be paid for in pounds to tho number of eight. Participants were Prank Paine. Liver- pool and Francis Patric!: Fitzgerald, of 203 Macquarie Street. The tim Prank charged the final Prank with iis&auh and furnished the facts of the case to the Court at Liverpool last Thursday. He claimed that at «bout 4 p.m. on 15th August last he ribbed a neddy right outside the pound in George Street and promptly "ran it in." It had or. a headstall, so having pound?d the prad he went seeking the owner to give him back the stall. Round in Moore Street to which place he rode his own quiet hors?. Fitzgerald r>me over and saw him. The information of the indignity inbicted on his moke in inpounding it...

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