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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

COLE'S iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii»^ GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL THE HEARTH IS STILL THE HEART OF THE HOME ! BUT WHAT A DIFFERENCE IN COMFORT WITH . . . WONDER HEAT! . Fresh Air Heating-no draughts. . No fumes, smoke, or dust. . Warm»? every corner of the room eyejnly. . Gives 4 limes more heat from any fuel. . Perfect safety-clear armour plate glass door prevents spark danger. ö Minimum claandng-attractive appearance. INSPECT THESE NEW WONDER HEAT AIR CONDITIONING FIRES AT COLE'S Aloo THE NEW WONDER C.AC. Ptvi^URE COOKERS AT COLE'S. THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Mift Drinks, Ice Cream, Con »ecuonery. Milk Bar, Milk Shake. and Drinks, only 4d. * MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL ¿UT LUNCHES. SANDWICHES. CAKE!: AND PASTRY TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES STATIONERY. GROCERIES. Anderson's Smallwoods Phone UB7680 í-ol.LÜW THE CROWDS . . to C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool "Best Quality Meat Only' at Ruling l'l ict-t, Phone UB786f ^W...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

A BOON TO SMALL GARDENERS ! Cabramatta Rotary Hoe Service. . TWO MACHINES WORKING. For Quotations and Informatica, risc UB1036. NO JOB TOO SMALL! MORRISON'S CORNER Canley Vale UB1413 For . . . PUTERS ICE CREAM, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY KODAK, and D. and P. SERVICE DOLL HOSPITAL And AH Doll Parts. STAR LINGERIE 43a BURWOOD ROAD. BURWOOD H.FLEGG 321 HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL BAG AND BOTTLE MERCHANT wi 1,1 calli and collect yoifr siur plus Bags, Bottles, Rag», Kitchen Fat and Metal Note our Truck Numbers RE652, SS473, UW290 Phone Liv. 563 .tUEL FUEL" WOOD . . . COAL . . . COKE PROMPT DELIVERY GENERAL CARRYING. Anywhere. Anytime. Contact: GOULD and SAURINE John Street, Cabramatta CARROLL'S HARGREAVES PARK (Right Opp. School) SMALLGOODS DEUCATESSAN Fresh Cut Sandwiches. Fresh Rabbit« Daily V's?] our New Haberdashery Department.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEFT BY WORKMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

THEFT BY WORKMEN Three employees of Cable Makers of Aust. Lld. appeared before Mr. Rascke S M. at Liverpool on 15th inst., charged with stealing cable, calico, cambric, wire, paper, jute, lead, gloves, hessian etc. The men all pleaded guilty. They were Reginald Norman Pitches, George Ross Thorby and Thomas Wesley Brooks whose depredations were assessed at £35/16/6, £5 and £9 respectively. Det-Const. Neal gave evidence of find- ing the stolen property at the homes of the various accused at Hoxton Park, Hammondville and Cabramatta on 10th March and of admissions by them. He stated further that losses by stealing from the factory were huge. Pitches had been a trusted employee. Thorby told witness he was a Scout leader. Pitches was fined £15, Brookes £10. Thorby was placed on a bond of £ 10 to bs of good behaviour for 12 months. j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

I AN OPTICAL ACHEVEMENT ! i Have yon seen the UPSON BINOCULARS? ¡ i i Smart, Light, Efficient. Suntable for Sports Meetings or j Stage Shows. j The Price is 20/-, from A. T. MURRAY MJ* City Price Chemist LIVERPOOL. UB7642 _ I PROTEA THEATRE CABRAMATTA Saturday, 27th March Night 7.45, Matinee 1.15 "Miracle on 34th Street" (G) with Maureen O'Hara and John Payne. Plus 'Teheran" (A) with Derek Farr and Marta Labarr. Monday, 29th March Night only. "Hold That Ghost" (A) with Abbott and Costello, plus "Spider Welman Strikes Back" (A) with Gale Sondergaard. Wednesday, 31st March "The Suspect'' (A) with Charles Laughton and Ella Raines. "I'll Teï| the Wfrrld" with Lee Tracy and Brenda Joyce. THE MECCA OF THE DISCERNING CORNES' TROW!?TT; HOTFl All Roads Lead to The Crossroads Come to the Crossroads for a Good Drink well served. Phone. Liv. 134 J. Cornea, Licencee. POULTRY FARMERS ! ia Ik "NEWFRO" lElb. self-feeding Hepper with rat-proof cover. Saves time and no feed wastage. 10/3 each F.O.R. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTOR BOATING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

MOTOR BOATING Il was Ladies' Day" at Deepwater Motor Boat Club on Saturday week. The attendance of both competitors and spec- tators was excellent, and a thrilling and enjoyable afternoon's racing was con- ducted. One accident marred the pro- ceedings somewhat, Maurie Ke2iny and his passenger, Miss Robinson, getting a ducking when Battle Axe sank under thom. However, it was no more than a ducking, and both took it good humour it.iy. Liverpool had a good runner in Mi. McDonald's Cathie, which cami third, second and first in the three heals of the A Speedboat class, and won the final points score. Results: "A" Speedboats, C. Williams Trophy: First heat. Lady Grace 1, Mrs. Coroli 2, Cathie 3. 2nd Heat, Fossy 1, Cathie 2, Maddie 3. 3rd Heat, Cathie (B. Osborne» I, Mrs. Coroli (Jones) 2, Joy-C (Mrs. Cullen) 3. Points: Cathie (6 points) 1. Fossy UO) 2. "B" Speedboats, A. J. Swain's Trophy. First heat. Loma 1, Miss Gwen 2, Fire- fly 3. 2nd Heat, Lorna 1. Firefly 2, Zip 3. 3rd heat, Firefly...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

HOCKEY The local Club will bully-off the sea- ton this week-end, with trial games against Western Suburbs and other ?matches) over the holidays. Th»:se matches will give an indication of pros- pects for the ardous.task ahead, as we are lidding three teams. No member should miss the week-end trials. Juniors are also invited to be in at- tendance. A good ground has most to do with the enjoyment of the game. Members are requested to come along on Saturday morning, and give a help- ing hand to straighten up our tempor- ary ground, whilst the new ground at Clinches Pond is being prepared. Bring a few handy tools along with you.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAGIC COLLISION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

TRAGIC COLLISION I A shcckin? tragedy occurred late on I Monday night when a car driven by 1 Mr. J. G. i Jack) Marsden of tho Col- lingwood Hotel. Liverpool, collided with j a truck at Narrabeen. Mr. Marsden I fullered terrible injuries and died in I stantly. Son of the late Dr. E. A. Marsden and Mrs. Rebecca Marsden, deceased was a member of an old and well-resDected Liverpool family. Only 41 at his death,' he is survived by his widow and three young children. Three sisters and five brotners also survive him. Deep sympathy is felt by townspeople for the bereaved family. The funeral took place on Wednes- day morning to the Roman Catholic portion of Liverpool Cemetery after a j service in All Saints* Church.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

JAUH" Our Motto THE HOICEST FRUITS LND VEGETABLES Only :. BILLETT ott St, L1VEKPOOL HEELERS CHARDS m i tin, LMON m i tin SARDINES 1/6* a tin| KIPPERED V: Ige tin (ILLER'S DELICATESSAN tt St. (opo. Fire Station) LIVERPOOL tr AU Your Smallwoods rassed Poultry a Specially Phone UB7S38 WANTED TO BUY ! FOR CASH ; j DIAMOND RINGS OLD GOLD, CUT GLASS ANTIQUES GREEN'S : Watchmaker andi Jeweller 203 MACQUARIE STREET, ? LIVERPOOL UB 7810 Visit M GERAGHTY j 76 Railway Parade, Cabramatta I FOR BABY WEAR I Haberdashery and! Fancy Good» 1 Phone UB1698 I LACES! RACE«! THE OAKS JOCKEY CLUB PICNIC RACE MEETING 135 PRIZE MONEY £135 EASTER MONDAY. MAR. 29T et Proceeds to The Oaks Jockey Club Improvement Fund, dnr.ssion to Ground1: Gents 10. - (including tax), Ladles, 5/- (incIudEng tax) i PUBLICAN'S BOOTH Lunch and Afternoon Tes obtainable on Ground. Ä Also Hot Water. ! Buses Leave Liverpool Station at 11.30 a.m. Ii Ali Bookmakers will lid on Local Races, also Sydney anti ielbourne. t , All Sydney aji...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Vallure to notify if not coming by per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. EASTER SATURDAY ONLY. Matinee and Night Specially selected Holiday Pro* gramme for thc whole family Mickey Rooney and Lewis Stone in "LOVE LAUGHS AT ANDY HARDY" (GJ Plus. P.n ch Jenkins and Peler lawford in "MY BROTHER TALKS TO HORSES" (G) Selected Short Features will in- clude Cardons. Sportlich'.. .Music- al Interlude-, March of Time etc. J EASTER MONDAY andi TUESDAY Mardi 20 30 Van. Johnson and Ksthcr Williams Lucille) Hali, Ctr il Kella way. in the all-sinuiii". all dancing. Musical comedy Plus Jane Fraze, tile new screen discovery, 'hi her fcji.st success "THE CALENDAR GIRL EASY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY March 31 and April 1 Burt Ï -aucas!: r and (."liarles 15 ick l ord in thc Mark HcTiu:.er all ahsorhing slorv BRUTE FORCE" Supporting Ali!-'cl:<¡u. Francho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

HERE AND THERE Liverpool F.C. A Grade team defeat- ed Camperdown Dragons 17 to 3 last Sunday. Tbe A Reserves also had a «in over Camperdown 13-2. The C Grade game ended in a 0-0 draw. D Grade went down to Camperdown 9-0. Next Sunday five teams will play Blacktown on the latter's ground. Only two more trial games - comp, commences April ICth. Away again on his annual' vacation at Pinnaroo, S.A., is our popular W. G. (Bill) Miller, of Hillview. He never misses the Great Eastern Steeplechase at Oakbank. After that is run on Easter Monday, Bill is going on to Edithburgh, his birthplace. j * * * Theme's a jiejhr poultty-farmjrr outl Hillview way too, Mr. Frank Martinson, better known as a dairyman, and a judge of cattle, having purchased Mr. Hancock's property there. Now, you PONT approach them with a stool »nd bucket here Frank. At the home of Mr. Murphy, of Can- ley Heights, at the week-end, a meeting of interested citizens enthusiastically formed the Canley Heights Sports Club, and el...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

HERE'S LUCK. Get your next Lottery Ticket from J. EAGLETON Hume Highway, Liverpool I FIRST-CLASS BOOT I REPAIRS. I * SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE ¡ uV£«,í * COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ l^^B ^ BATT£RY CHARG1NG UNDER I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ * LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES. - EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL > G. E. HUMPHRY'S, A. MT. A. M-E., Prop. I Authorised Inspection Station \ THE HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE I Tho Main Hotel in flir Main Street «f <mc of Mic Main Towns of the South Our Main Advantages . . . HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM SPACIOUS DINING ROOM AND LOUNGES j Guests receive Best of Attention. Telephone UB784Ü j r II. -_ E. TULLY "" (Fellow of Real Estate Institute-F.R.E.I.) STOCK, STATION AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER Specialists iv Beal Estate and Property management Stock Sales, ll a.m. Every Saturday. TULLY'S STOCKYARDS RIGHT AT STATION, LIVERPOOL. Phone UB7847 * ! A. JARVIS j I MILK BAH, ICE CREAM ...

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CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE ^DTTOR) Sir. Rc Liverpool State ttosp'tiil I should like to present a case for the inmates. In your report of nroceedings at the public meeting, a case for the decent inmates was ignored and the respon- sibilities of residents overlooked. These who sell methylated spirit and cheap potent plonk-to inmates are to blâme. I have every opportunity for guaging the case for inmates. Magistrates are somewhat lax and police should give mttho fiends and booze art sts' 24 hours j to quit Liverpool. 1 One might suggest suppression of metho-vendors and cheau plonk sellers and thus eliminate this d1s3raceful state of affairs. The responsibility lies with residents at Liverpool who should also report any case of filthy language and begging aims to the police. j Yours, etc.. CLERK INMATE. Liverpool State Hospital. 12:h March, 1948. OOo Dear Sir. Cong atulations on your rscent article on Liverpool's progress ana prosperity. The da" is not far distant when it will become a city...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

THE DOLLAR SAVER .... ALL BRITISH BEDFORD TRUCKS For Prompt Delivery. Pilace your order now with PAT CULLEN'S SERVICE STATION HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL if SPARE PARTS * TYRES AND TUBES * ACCESSORIES Phone UB7815 E. F. COOPER FOR GROCERIES. HARDWARE, SM AU ,G< )Oj CAKES, DRINKS. ICE CREAM AND PRODUCE PLENTY OF TINNED FISH FOR THE LENTEN SEASON . SARDINES . SALMON . CRAYIISÍ1 | . KIPPER SNACKS . PILCHARDS 1 . WHITEBAIT . MSI I < V i ! !. rs rt COCONUT OIL EASTER EGGS J Glass Cups alnd Saucers. Mixing B^wls and Lamp Glasses . I Crockery Jugs and Teapots. I 27 HILL STREET CABRAMATTA. Phone CB 1G93 ! I RUBBER ANKLE BOOTS (ONE GR0SS> f í Children'8 Light Ankle Rubber Boo s. Sizes 4 lo 9, 6 11 Í ; 10, 7 4 per pair $ I BLAKE'S FOOTWEAR STORE., I ; ; Macquarie Stree1, Liverpool " j; 'Phone UB 7689 :|: QUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SEFVfCF fro . S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Ph« > » !'. '?? jr Children Given the Same Attention --s /.,; lt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

I SPECIAL NOTICE! i FOR YOUR MODERN HOME PLANS ¡ consult ERIC G. SATCHELL Specialist in Modern Home Design. CUMBERLAND AND STATION RDS., CABRAMATTA \ ADVICE COSTS NOTHING. ¡ | i _ _ i ! TIME FOR A QUICK ONE AT HOSFORDS RAILWAY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL Right at the Station, LIVERPOOL HOSFORDS - THE HOUSE OF HOSPITALITY -^?-111 lilli lill lill ll ll ll ?!--^---Iwu LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE MODERN CARS wi'h or without drivers Daily ar Weekly Hiring Ful, WU. M.A. Cuvcrag.' Moderate Charges LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Street Phone UB7661 .\. Newcnmbe's HOXTON PARK STORE Big New Stocks GROCERIES SMALLWOODS CONFECTIONERY HARDWARE CHILDREN'S LUNCHES M\ the needs of (he Farmer and the Motorist. SINGER SEWING MACHINES NEW PORTABLE ELECTRIC MACHINES AVAILABLE FOR EARLY DELIVERY. Trade-in your old Singer Drophead. RENTALS ELECTRIC and TREADLE Machines RENTED for two weeks or longer periods. REPAIRS GENUINE NEW PARTS. Expert Workmanship. No canvassers em- ployed. We PICK UP and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus'* Mr. ¡tiid Mr*. J. Davis, who have been , ui vacation on thu North Coast, arrivcu hume idsi Saturday alter a most enjoy- able time. Some ame back oui- présent Mayoi I a,-Ici. a lor the assistance of residents in j ii moving paspalum from our paths, ll I is suggested i humbly; that Council har . i mc very line crop of paspalum i .vin» outside ihr Town H¡UJ .n Long .a Street. Ji»ib lui ion. o! Cobai lame, wa* down Willi us lasL wcK-ino. He reports Wai . .n and Ueoii boih well. Mis. Dickens ol Firngrove Road, who iia.s been iii lor some Lime, is reported j Lo be on the mend at last. Ton t forgot next Saturday night «rill .-ce open-house- for all-comers ai Mi ¡ ..i,í: Mrs. Murphys home in "Cambridge Head, to raise funds for Canley Heights i ,-wi.s Club. I If you run into Cec Barnes he's worth .ui.bmg into, as he appears to be super - , lucky. He's won lour lottery prizes in ave weeks. j Max Brown ol Canley Vale Road has JJOW joined the moior-cycle fan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HARGREAVES PARK The Kindergarten [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

HARGREAVES PARK The Kindergarten Tile privilege of inspecting the recent- ¡ ly-opened Kindergarten in Hargreaves Fark was accorded a Leader representa- tive through the week. Under the guid- ance of the Director. Miss Helen Michell, he examined the Kindergarten in work- ing and everything seen was so well ordered, so efficient, and so obviously of the greatest benefit to the children, the parents, and the community, as to merit the highest praise. The Children's Centre, organised and conducted by the Kin- dergarten Union of N.S.W., is situated in a new, clean and spacious block of buildings on the western side of Har- greaves Park. At present GOO children from 2 to 5 are enrolled, but there are 100 more on a waiting list. Miss Michell, who has had long ex- perience in Kindergarten work, served in Austria with UNRRA and has on her present staff, a trained nurse. Miss Fielding, two trained Kindergarten teachers, Miss Duncan and Miss Cleefe, and two untrained volunteers. Miss Field- in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P.D.S. OPENS Big Liverpool Branch [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

P.D.3. OPENS Big Liverpool Branch Tlie opening Ên George SU*et, Livcrpcol, I&st week of the newest l.rai ch of thc famous Producers' Distributing Society Ltd., brought to the town the biggest wholesale grocers bi Australia and marked an- other milestone on the road of pro- gress and expansion. Erected on part of inc flue fclock ol land acquired by the Company two years ago, Hie present premises are, though quite substantial by Liverpool standards, only temporary. Covering an area ol 100 feet by 120 feet they have already rroved inadequate for (he volume of business and early extensions and addi- tions are planned. Mr. Doug Dcrrir^ton. who is in charge of the Branch, has a staff of fourteen under him. The most up-to-date conveniences and amenties have been prurided for the employees, including hot and cold showers, roomy lockers and attractively-furnished rest ano lunch- rooms. The plant is modem, with elec tiic loaders for i rucks, steel storage bins and extensive refrigerat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

GOLF ASSOCIATES ! The competition on Saturday was a rine hole bogey round in two divisions. 'lilt nm division was won by Mrs. An- drews who finished 1 down. The runner up was Miss Sullivan with 2 down. The second division was won by Mrs. G. Thorn with 1 up. Miss L. Battye came seccnd with 1 down. 1 must make a correction here of last Saturday's result cf the second division. It was Mrs. G. Thorn who tied with Miss P. Williams, and not Miss P. Randell as stated. It looks as though Mrs. Thorn will be re- ducing her handicap any day now. Cn Sunday the Associates held their first monthly competition. There was quite a good roll-up of old and new members. Th£ event was a nine hole stroke. Miss B. Cox won with a 34 nett. Runner:, up were Mrs. D. Watts and Mir.« B. Battye, who had a 35 nett. These two Associates; have been run :iers-upi on rjuir.jt route occasions and i>eem always to be defeated by one vtroke or point. (Mesd:«Ties Williams ajad Macfarlane accompanied by several other co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY STOCK AND STATION AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First 231 MACQUARIE STREET. LIVERPOOL UB7873 FARMS FARMS Parramatta for Farm Buyer« LYN REGAN 8 A Licensed Stock and Station Agent 93 Argyle S'reet (at Station Sourch Side) PARRAMATTA Phone UW6831 'Tor a Quick Sale, Ring Regan" FOR LEASE, 9 acres, city water con- nected, shed, 6 acres cleared, 3 acres timbered. Apply Leader Office. FOR SALE GENUINE Nylon Nylito Balito ankle clinging' luxury Stockings. 14/11 per pair. At "Rosalinds," 202 Macquarie St., Liverpool. CHEV. CAR and Truck Owners, Change- over Engines available for models '37 to '46 at A. C. McGrath's, Hume High- way, (next P.O.), Liverpool. Phone UB 7661. BABY SAFE Pilchers, detachable, moist- ure-proof rubber inners removed when washing, cashmere outer covering. Miss Muffett's (next Ambulance), Liverpool. "WALNUT Veneer Wardrobe, solid, 7 trays, new £16/19/6. Solid Oak 3-pc-e. Single Bed Suite £!)/15/-. Solid OS Bed-Ends £4/10/-. Blon...

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ABSENTEE ALDERMEN S ay-at-homes S[?]ted [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

ABSENTEE ALDERMEN S ay-at-iiomes iJJÍíted For a couple of years attendance of aldermen at meetuigs of Liverpool Coun- cil has been, to say the least, uncertain and spacmodic ' Son.e do not attend for months on end Others absent themselves for weeks. One in particular makes a practice of appearing each fourth nue^ng night 1 mly (Section 35(e) of the Local Gov- ernment Act provides that where pn aldermen is absent without leave from four consecutive ordinary meetings his feat becomes vacant -Ed ) Elected, after their own intensive , campa gning, ior three years to do a job 1 loi the ratepayers, some Liverpool alder ' men have undoubtedly fallen down bad-I ly The needs of the developing com munitv have been treated with a most cynical indifference-one migjït even be justified in saymg that certain alder- | men have evhibtted ar cal contempt for I men have exhibited a real contempt for j the íatepayers oy their sustained ab- sence Inuted and even challenged many times within and without...

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