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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS AT CHURCH OR HOME by Experts. Socials, Dances, etc. Attended. ? POST CARDS - 12/- per dozen Consult: Miss HOUGH, Florist, 187 Macquarie Street, Liverpool For Appointments. Phone Liv. 508 Developing and Printing-2/- all size» JUST TO HAND Wide Rlange of WRISTLET WATCHES ir WATERPROOF it DUSTPROOF ir SHOCKPROOF Swiss 15-Jewel Moderately Priced' from £8 10 - 5 Years Guarantee Otjier Makep from £2 WEIR & GREEN 194 Macquarie St., Liverpool 'Phone: Liv. 306 Make Lay-Bys for Xmas Presents

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

j NEW AND ENLARGED j LOUNGE * SERVICE + SECLUSION * SELECT COMPANY All Yours in äse Lounge at The Collingwood HOTEL IHUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL Phone Liv 5. J. Marsden. Licensee. PHONE, LIVERPOOL 5 Ask Your Escort o Show You the Collingwood Lounge I ecmw THE CROSSROADS ! '5* X í WHERE CHEERY COMFORT CAN HE KN JOYED * I 5: I L\' f;Lk LOUNGK. ALWAYS Ol1!.X. || I CORNES I } CROSSROADS HOTEL I I I y Al i, AVAff.ABIJ:'. BKANÜS STOCKED AT CITY | Ï PRICES. ? I ! y » I. Corney l.tceiuvi . v AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright. B.V.Bc. (Sydney University) H. T. Hoskins, B.V.Sc. i Sydney University > 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN UX7795 f'.inf Arbury Bram h : UA2557 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE wmmmm-mmmmmmmmmmmmm WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23. *>(<M^W"^>'>.".".-.".".,vvVw>." . *¿ tar AH Classe(- of i I FLOJRAL ART '\, % CLARICE HOIXiirl; .j. J 87 Macquarie Si X, £ LIVERPOOL * X Phone Liverpool 60« *:*

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

|COLLINGWOOD| GARAGE I ÏIN THE FOREFRONT FORS X 20 YEARS % X X< >fii« Lil N.R M.A. <".: ai;..v-î' .i« X £ General Motor Engineering j. $ Body Building X X Panel Beating, Ducoing, X t Oxy Welding * x i* OFFICIAI. TESTER J I M. Havrt'H. Prop. £ I'PHONE: LIVERPOOL 317? THE "SHAMROCK" ROWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET. LIVERPOOL CO]>]>. Fire St.riun i if ATTRACTIVE POTTERY if TABLES A XI) CHAIRS if GRECIAN URNS if ALI BABA J Afc S if FROGS. DWARFS, and KO' »KAU!."KR AS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

I ? PM^ii ??'-_ ' FOR EVERY KIND OF SHEET METAL WORK A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET :: LIVERPOOL if TANKS if DRINKERS , if TROUGHS if HOPPERS if FEEDERS if UTENSILS. We can supply you from Stocks or Make To Your Own Design ALL SHEET METAL REPAIRS'. Telephone Liv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. _ ..^_"_ w :.«wwa»Ra i Tm . I.IM.IM. --- r0R YOUR CONVENIENCE T-« FpRiily Ne**!js Supplied by BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, Liverpool (Opp. Housing Commission Homes) Shop Here for Economy and Courteous Service. - I ATTENTION MOTORISTS! Panel Beating and Repairs done cheaply. by E. A. TAYLOR 362 HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL J. HCLNFSS. FUEL MERCHANT 3 CHRISTIE STREET, LIVERPOOL GOOD DRY WOOD. BEST HOUSEHOLD COKE. J'rompt Di livery Any Time. LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL CARRYING SAND. ASHES, SOIL, METAL, Etc. Phone Liverpool 34. For Hire Long or short terms. 65 Ettalong Hoad Pendle HUI Phone: . UW3324 For Delicióos, Oven-fresh . . . PTES, CAKES and PASTRY Deal from ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.D.C and OLD COMRADES ASSOCIATION Ladies' Night [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

V D.C and OLD COMRADES? ASSOCIATION Ladies' Nisrht Memb : i-, of the above 'Association from Guildford, Fairfield, Liverpcol, Chirping Nor UK Hillview, Canfield, Campbelltown and Picton, with their wives and families, had a most enjoyable itime in the Protestant Hall, Liverpool, cn Friday evening, 20th September, on the occasion oí Ladies' Night. Musical entertainment was on a gen- erous scala, a number of Sydney artists, j including Misa R. Webber (soprano), Miss M. M];ie (piano accprdeanist),' Owen Saul (comedian) and Ray Web bar (pianist) contributing to the pleasure of the evening and being heartily ap- plauded. i Two ever-popular local artists in the I persons of Miss Rowena Richardson (daughter of oui- active secretary, Mr. Geo. Richardson) and Mr. T. Sunder- land also received a warm welcome for their items. One of the most successful aspects of an outstandingly successful evening was the quality and variety of the supper. This had been arranged by Mr. Joe Woods with the assi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

WILLIAMSON'S BREAD DAHLIAS and CHRYSANTHEMUMS LARGE STOCKS. GOOD VARIETIES. G. COOPER 203 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL ALL GARDEN REQUISITES GIRLS CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS HAVE LIMITED VACANCIES for Girls, with or without Textile Experience, aged 15 to 18 years Also Boys. 15-16 years. Apply, Office, Challenge Mills. Liverpool. Tel. Liv. 30. and Liverpool 538.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

FOOD FOR THOUGHT. .. JCE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD. ÇLEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION. £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT ICE WORKS R A- Dunbier, Prop. Phone: Liverpool 146 FRANK HOSFORD S RAILWAY HOTEL (Right at th* Station» LIVERPOOL Only years of REAL SERVICE and APPRECIATION OF THE CUSTOMER'S POINT OF VIEW have made it The Most Popular House in Town All the well-known brands of Wines and Spirits and The Best of Beer, Phone Liv. 3' Better than Mother used to make wea ICICUS Mi:AT PIES from . . AUNTY'S CAFE (J. A. Isaac, Proprietor) CROSSROADS, LIVERPOOL HOT ROAST DINNERS, GRILLS, LIGHT LUNCHEONS, SANDWICHES Milk Bar. Confectionery. PHONE LIV. 452 H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of Syon»... Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bones, Rags, Kitcher Falls, Scrap îMc-taî. AB at Highest Market Pr-ea. Shell Grit For Sale. OUR RECOMMENDATION IS OUR PRPGRLS5 Liv. 563 QUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERV...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

FOR EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SERVICE See W. A. WATKINS Faired Str«ct, FAIRFIELD PHONE UB1264 Ciy Depot: Murray's Trinspoitf Depot, Themas S*'., Sydney PROMPT SERVICE For City and Suburban Deliveries 'Try the LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSE ST, LIVERPHoT"' For Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. Tel. Liv. 486. WOODLAND'S RIDING SCHOOL MULGOA RD.. LIVERPOOL Rx JIL ri Tuition. Beginners a Specialty. CHILDREN'S CLASSES Every Saturday JOIN OUR RIDING CLUB

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

WOLLONDILLY FLY SPRAY NOW REVIVED. It is a real pre-war Spray, Non-poisonous, yet deadly to thos enemies, FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. J j g P«r Pint Bottle, from A. T. MURRAY ~ CHEMIST LIVERPOOL _ - '- -'- ' ?- 1 -? - ---- USE THIS FORM FOR A CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT c ( 7 ? THE LEADER If imahîe'ti» Iravf a; Xewsajiency or Office, post to 'The Leader," 115 Castlereagh Street. Liverpo(| ? ' ' ' . \ with I ¿fl. stamps fur payment. 'Phone: Liv. .34. HEAD OFFICE 115 CASTLEREAGH UVERPÛ0L lr!. Per Word. Pk-a.^ Wrii; i'h'-vh ¡X LX'K. Replies C/o: "Leader" Office, 3d. extra. CLASSIFICATION

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LAWRENCE'S 'LADY BETTY' LAUNCHED [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

LAWRENCE'S «LADY BETTY' LAUNCHED 'Acoatrípopiedl hy a number of col- leagues from the Handicrafts Club, Club Secretary and Fire Station-Officer Tom Lawrence last Sunday afternoon trans- ported his new boat to Milperra for launching. Christened the "Lady Betty," and built in his Terminus Street bael in his spare time by Mr.. Lawrencl \craft is a 12-footer of graceful I and incorporating new and ora ideas of boat-building. Tom thnjSf highly of his boat that he is tape''1 an engine from England for it. ,i The launching of the "Lady I> had some sensational features and pi mest timely for a couple of men| were racing- up the river in a epeedl at the tjne. Taking a wide tuna speedboat overturned and tipped ital jccupants into the water. When it! seen that the men were in real tat 1 (the speedboat went down like a sr it was "action stations?' aboard | Lady Betty. Captain Lawrence andr First Mate Ted Blake cast off from! moorings nd shot out from the ; like a torpedo. Reaching the sc«! t...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE (TO THS EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

CORRESPONDENCE" (TO THS EDITOR) Sir, Iii view oí the fact that it was through the pages of your newspaper that Mr. Wilce date Secretary of Warwick Farm Progress Association) attacked members of certain religious bodies, I feel I must reply to what in my estimation was a personal attack, the reason being I (Shout my religion from all streets of Liverpool, also just prior to the cltss of the meeting in debate, Mr. Wilde made a real WILD outburst against me as the organiser of the campaign again- st _ himself. As to the meeting being unconstitu- tional my answer is that I was notified at my door as always by a committee- man in the person of the President. Cur late Secretary claims that the motion of no confidence was by no means unanimous. I admit that, (as che word unanimous means all with one accord), whereas one man did not vot: a;ainsi him. However in case thii gives him tco much confidence, I would like to assure Mr. Wild? that the reason for tho vote was on a purely technical po...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

MRS. HALL for MODERN HAIR STYLING SALON 220 Macquarie St, Liverpool for Che "ONDULUT PERM JAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP oft Drinks, Ice Cream. Gn rclionery, Milk Bar. Milk Shakes and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL > MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL nt Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes j and Pastry. 1 Anderson's Smallgoods Tobacco and Cigarettes, tationery. Groceries. TELEPHONE. LIV. 276 [WEDDING BREAKFASTS ! CATERED FOR IX PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT PILLINGERS, Caterer« 52 Station Road, AUBURN hone UX6413 'or your next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser >50 Terminus Street, Liverpool rlachineless» Eugene and Ñon-Electric .erins, done with every comfort to tbe lient. Phone Liverpool 213 GIRLS WANTED! A Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. LIGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES CONGENIAL CONDITIONS 2 WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS ANNUALLY APPLY: LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO. Terminus Street. Liverpool Manufacturers of FROCKS, COATS and COSTUMES PHONE: LIVERPOOL 239 For Prompt Delivery of i SAND, M...

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THE COURTS Drunks [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

THEjCOÜRlb Di mks George Wr.Vam Waker, 21. Pa Erady. 75, Chu'les Shepherd, 37. 1 Jip Francis, 53 and John James Feat 37, whose names were called to ap before Mr! Harvey, S.M. at Liv« Police Court ion Monday to an charges'of bein? found drunk, faite EC appear- and had to forfeit their re nonces in ca-h case. Hugh McKie: 37. did appear on the same charge wa- admcri'hid and discharged. * Stealing Pleading guilty to the theft < motor cycle inner tube, the propert tile Comm.nwralth, and of the vain 12/-, Arthur Francis Paxton appe before Mr. Harvey, S.U., at Liver Police Court on Monday. Giving evidence. Sgt. Cashmere that at about ten past five, on afternoon oí 2nd September, defenc who is atlached to 5 A.B.O.D., Mo bank, was fully dressed, including greatcoat rca ay to proceed on le A motor-cycle tube was missed and troops were searched. The tube found in Paxton's pocket. Paxton.' eli ed then that his brother wanted a i for his motor bike but had no mc to buy one. " Defendan...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

NEPEAN SHIRE COUNCIL PROGRESS ASSOCIATION 1 ?I Delegates l'v^m Prestons. Aust < Kemp's Creek. Badgery's Creek Wallacia i;'*<ic!«a a meeting o* ahpve Progress Association which held at Kemp's Creek School Hall Wednesday. 1 Ith September. Mr. H. Sales of Luddenham occiu tb:¡ chah- and Councillors IRose Downes were also in -attendance. Prestons moved that a letter be w ten to the Cumberland County Cou requesting them to declare the Nep Shire a rural area. ' A lengthy discussicn ocok place < ried over from the previous meet that the Asscnation should appro the HCUSÜ13 Commission to build ho within ths Shire. Delegates, howe reported back that the best imerests the Nepean Shire would not be ser by the building of homes under Housing Commission and as a result 'this discussion. Prestons <t&u\i moi that steps be taken to introduce cM settlement cf areas of not less than] acres into the Shh?, as it is ieal| that the only way of expansion «...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

Liverpool' District Foeibalî C!ub PICNIC WALLACIA SUNDAY, OCTOBER &b P.-fS!.-» ksivc Post f >f TE< . - ;. .: Tickes 5/ AJl Comp. Pinyin IA,-, 1 r ' your tickets f rom Mrs. Burton's. M-irxjin Mrs. Nichols, (korj-i- X' YOUR GAR OR TRUCK NEEDS JV NEW COAT See us fdr a workmanlike job ' COLLINGWOOD SPRAYING CO. Hume Highway, LIVERPOOL (opp. Collingwood Hotel) FOR DUCOOR DULUX FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRS ANN'S GIFT SHOP 43 Burwood! Road, Burwood

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY Mass Meeting at [?] and The Feed Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

POULTRY ' Mass Meeting at Parramatta and The Feed Podtíon On Monday, 23rd September, poultry fannens assembled from as far north as Newcastlo and from Mawarra to. the south at the meeting of protest held in the Parramatta. Town Hall in regard j to the feed shortages and low returns. The attendance of 36c poultry fanners I ir cheated the intense feeling- generated by feed shortages and low returns. Federal and' State Members of Par îiîament representing electorates where J eggs axe produced throughout the State were invited to be present, but the only ene who appeared in person was Mr. G. O. GolDtin, M.L.Ä.. Member, for T'arramatM, and a sheaf of telegrams and letters came from the other Par "tunitarians. No worü was received from Mr. C. A. Morgan, Member for Reid, and neither was any apology pre- sented from Mr. J. S. Freeman, M.L.A. ;tate Member for Blacktown. i Mr. F. Gaudry, President of the A.P.F.A. occupied the Chair and reso- lutions prepared tb suit the circum- stances were p...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

MORE GOSSIP On Monday afternoon, while Umcl< Joe's saloon bar was crammed with cus- tomers, there was a fearful ear-chattering crash and rumbling from the street. Out I from Mainsbridges streamed the great hos! of regular habitues, including Mick said BJ1 and Ted. closely followed bj I Frank, Fi td, Tom, Chris, Mac and Pop. I It ap-p?ar;i ''lia: tho brewct'y WHggc«n had been pulling out from the kerb and ' was side-swiped by a big trailer carry I ing empty drums. One drum, was dJs ! lodged and rolled, clattering down Mac I quarie Street. The impact also threw I th? fcrrwery waggon slap up against a car parked at the kerb-this car was slightly bent in places. Much noice, a little excitement, no real damage. But the crowd stood and gaped until someone yelled! "Hey! Crin ton! There's a bloke bogging into your beer!" Mick went back through the door ?ike Superman-Joe had to have the hinges fixed on Tuos:iay. The mob fol- lowed Mick. * * :|! This is a new Geary and Cullen Ser- ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

¡MM" I ..Ow'Motto THE $ CHOICEST FRUITS J AND VEGETABLES f Only I BILLETlT I ¡co« St., LIVERPOOL | Phone (Liverpool 65 i DOOR MATS 8/6 ZELDËAM fîONEY m I JP* com MATTING 6/11 yardi FRUIT MIXTURE 1/1 packet L TVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL i 14 Railway Street, Liverpool I Phone: Liv. 219 f MATSON H. C. DAVIES [jLT.N.A. A.N.F. (State Reg.) v General and O bes trie Cases ' HAMBURGER '?< \ AND COFFEE INN? MILLER'S SCOTT ST. (opp. Fire .Station) ,:, ; LIVERPOOL * .WAYS FRESH- X \ SMALL GOODS t \ CONFECTIONERY t jE CREAM & MILK BAR | .VE JR DRY CLEANING A»ï THE LOCAL DEPOT JONES DRYCLEANERS 1 Liverpool'. \S HOUGH 18Î Macollaré S1T«MI [ Cabramatta: I GERAGHTY, opp. Bail way Station A WHENCE BERRY SOLICITOR missioner i'or Äff ts. N.S.W, md I Victoria) iftVAY PARADE. CABRAMATTA un 1710 Twyford House. 17 Ci-.süf-rcaph St Sydney. B4408. |ning Practice aller Military Service ESTATE AGENT E. C. GRUCHY Eslates Managed. Rents Collected. Mortgages and Finance Arranged int for Alliance As...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR GOSSIP COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

OUR GOSSIP COLUMN Oui- geni 1 and popiuar Town Clerk, Mr. John Ma sh. has been the target of a Jot of g :o1-humuiircd chaffing îrcm his friends .since we published in our last issue the list of drunks fined 10/ at the previous Liverpool Court. In- cluded in the list was a John William Marsh and of course our Town Clerk's friends insist it «as he wl?c faced the I bench that day. But. as Jack says, a Httte envi-vüly, "fibat particular Jack Marsh xas onlv 32 according to thd ; Leader. afraid it's a long while since I RR so youthful." On Monday. Mr. W. J. fi:own of 83 Elizabeth Street, celebreivd his 'ifath birthday. Born in T'-::ilium!.erluiid Street, in a cotta<*e still standing, nt left the town for 40 years, spending five years in tire Army rrrrri :<ô years in tiir Fire Brigs dr fr'in: -vhi'-h he retired 8 years ago. Returning to his b'r'.h place after retirement. Mr. Brown «who. uv the way, is a fountain of tales of «ld Liverpool), looks very' hole and heany f...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABRAMATTA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 3 October 1946

CABRAMATTA NEWS At the last meeting of the Cabra Vals Council there was only one ab- sentee, Aid. Light who sent his apol- ogies to the Mayor (Aid. Adams). Cia the motion cf Aid. Wingrave seconded by Aid. McBurney, Council de- cided tnat it would co-operate with Cabiarnatta P. and C. Association in its egitation for increased accommoda- tion at the school. A letter was received from Liverpol Municipal Cc<uncil advlsitog that the citait man of the Dept. of Main Roads <_n tne occasion of a recent visit had ¡.tated that the question «jf main toads within the County of Cumberland was under consideration and Council did not consider any good purpose would be served by attending a deputation re- garding Cabramatta Lane and Railway Jr avade teing declared a main road. Aid. McBurney, who began by protest- ing against the use of the name Cabra- matta Lane, went on to assert that des- pite Liverpool's unwillingness Cabra- matta should go ahead with plans foi a deputation...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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