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CONFLICT OVER QUORUM[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

CONFLICT OVER QUORUM] Although it was of only a few mi iii.' duration, a brush between t Mayor and Aid. Smith on the matt of a failure to obtain a quorum at tl .^iuSar Tuesday night's -meeting wi very lively and provided the one spra, ling interlude in an otherwise dr meeting. Aid. Killinger had just moved th aldermen should meet oh the Saturdi tc inspect the newly-gravelled roads i see if they were flt to tar. Aid. Smith interjected a remark thi tiley mightn't get a quorum - th coudn't even get one for the regul Council meeting. The Mayor (Aid. B. C. PiUmatricl sprung to his feet. "I can't let that go he exclaimed to the accompaniment murmurings, mumbings and unintell g b:e comments from other aldermei ' I'm net alljwj.ig these kind of rt marks to go unchecked. It was a rai happening. There is no need for Ale Lin,th to rr.ake there remarks and r need for any song about it-" Aid. Smith (also on his feet ai shouting) : Who's making a song? You'i making a sons'. Who do you think yo ar...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

FOR EVERY KIND OF SHEET METAL WORK A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL it TANKS it DRINKERS it TROUGHS it HOPPERS it FEEDERS it UTENSILS We can supply you from Slocks or Make To Your Own Design ALL SHEET METAL REPAIRS. Telephone Liv. 152 OXY AND ELECTRIC WELDING. ..OR YOUR CONVENIENCE Tile Family Needjs Supplied by BRUCE BARKES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, Liverpool (Opp. Housing Commission Homes) Shop Here for Economy and Courteous Service. ATTENTION MOTORISTS ! Panel Beating and Repairs done cheaply. E. A. TAYLOR C/o. Collingwood Garage Hume Highway, Liverpool Phone Liv. 317. J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT 3 CHRISTIE STREET, LIVERPOOL GOOD DRY WOOD. BEST HOUSEHOLD COKE. Prompt Delivery 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 Road Pendle HUI Phone: UW 3324 For Delicious, Oven-fresh . . . PIES, CAKES and PASTRY Deal from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liv...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Unlucky 13 [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

Unlucky 13 No less than 13 charges were read, out against Robert John Radley, at Liver- pool last Thursday. They ranged from assault, to illegally wearing a military uniform to stealing. The assault took place at Liverpool Railway Station on 27th September. When Railway cleaner F. W. Hewitt saw Radley behaving) filthily in a railway carriage and re monstated with him Radley struck him and ran away. Convicted, Radley was fined £5. For wearing the military uni- form, to which he was not entitled, the fine was £10. The eleven following charges of steal- ing resulted in sentences of 6 months hard labour in each case.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

JUST IN. HIGH QUALITY ENGLISH WHITE CUPS AND SAUCERS with Gold Rims ONLY 4/- PER SET or 23 - PER HALF DOZEN Shocks of Royal Stafford Crockery. Cut Glass, etc. WEIR & GREEN JEWELLERS 196 Macquarie Street, Liverpool. Phone: Liv. 306. WILLIAMSON'S BREAD "ALPHA" LIBRARY and' Bookshop No Deposit! 3di Pei- Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL DAHLIAS and CHRYSANTHEMUMS LARGE STOCKS. GOOD VARIETIES. G COOPER 203 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL ALL GARDEN REQUISITES FOR EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SERVICE See W. A. WATKINS FairHeLd Street, FAIRFIELD PHONE UB1264 Ci"y Depot: Murray's Transport Depot, Thomas Sí., Sydney PROMPT SERVICE For City and Suburban Deliveries Try the LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSE ST., LIVERPOOL* * For Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. I Tel. Liv. 486. ]~We Endeavour to Solve Your Meat Praojffn». GEDDES' MEAT MART . Macquarie Street, Liverpocty FOR M EAT YOU CAN EAT . Best attention given to children. Phone: Liverpool 136. FOOD FOR THOUGHT... |CE GIVES 100 PE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) Sir, A Branch of Eureka Youth League in Liverpool was formed on Tuesday, 24th S3ptemb3r at a meeting held in the School of Arts. There was a good"" at- tendance. The name chosen was Liver- pool Merrymakers Branch of the Eureka Youth League. I We are a non-party, non-sectarian: organisation governed by the Youth themselves. We are striving to build a Youth Centre that will benefit the majority of the Liverpool district youth. This Youth Club desires to bring before the eyes of the parents of our Youth, the necessity flor such a Club, which will benefit the Youth, not only in physique but educa tionaJJy, also to keep our Youth off the streets at nights and out of hotels ort Saturday afternoons. We want parks5 and playgrounds, where all Australian youth can. get together and indulge in the finest and cleanest of sports. We want clubrooms, where, at night, respectable parties and social evenings can be conducted for Youth and then parents. We want all Yout...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Driving Under the Influence [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

. * * Driving Under the Influence Alex. Potter was behind the steering wheel oí á military lorry at about 6.15 p.m. on 2nd of October and ran "the vehicle back in reverse. Some soldiers cn the pavement spoke to him and he jumped out and tried to disappear in the crowd. However he was arrested and when questioned by the police ex- claimed, "Yes I've had a couple of drinks. Surely a man that's been away is entitled to a couple of*- drinks!" Tnis was told in evidence by Sgt. 'Cashmans au Liverpool £|ulfc.3 Court when Potter appeared to answer charges of (1) driving while under the influ- ence and (2) using indecent language.. Found guilty on both counts, Potter was promptly punished by being told to piy £10 for the first offence and £5 for impolite patter to thc police . -m

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COURTS Drunk [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

THE COURTS Drunk All the loUowing, none of whom ap I'jai.'d to answer the charge of being lound drunk, were convicted by Mr. Harvey S.M. at Liverpool Police Court) last Thursday and their bail ordered to be forfeited: Robert John Coupe, 22; Cecil Bertram Jennings, 49; James Maguire, 70; diaries Templeton, 53; George Forrest, 34; Noel Ernest Sharpe, 27; Charles Frederick Podesta, 46; Syd- ney Raymond Webb, 39; Edward Ryan, 65; Thomas Herbert Purcell, 31; James Sweeney, 59; James Leslie Matthews, 39; Robert Johnson» 23; Terry Regs, 24; Albert Marshall, 37; Allan Bowtell, 34; and Joseph Sydney Hey, 39. Alfred Jackson, 83, who appeared and was convicted of a similar offence was' admonished and discharged. Not so Frederick Smith, 60. Of him, Police Prosecutor Sgt. Baker stated hei was a terrible nuisance in this district. Smith was fined £2 and also put on a i bond for one year.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

MRS. HALL for |)DERN HAIR STYLING SALON Macquarie St, Liverpool for tine ?» DNDULUX PERM KE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Drinks, Icc Cream, Con- nery. Milk Bar, Milk Shakes rind Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL PORE ST., LIVERPOOL Sunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. .Ändersiin's Smallwoods »obacco and Cigarettes., fiery. Groceries. pLÈPHONE. LIV. 276 DDING BREAKFASTS EKED FOR IN PUBLIC HALLS CONSULT ILLINGER'S, Caterer* Station Road, AUBURN UX6413 «»ur next PERMANENT WAVE t Consult i MISS RANDELL Ladies' Hairdresser [Terminus Street, Liverpool ^ncless* Eugene and Non-Electric done with every comfort to the Phone Liverpool 212 [RLS WANTED! IA Chance to Learn A Profitable Trade. . IGHT WORK. GOOD WAGES ONGENIAL CONDITIONS WEEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS NNUALLY PIVERPOOL CLOTHING I co. Irminm Street. Liverpool I Manufacturers of : ÍPCKS, COATS and COSTUMES HONE: LIVERPOOL 239 APPLY: I ."or Prompt delivery of SAND, METAL, ASHES, SOIL Oí GENERAL CARRYING, GET * BEN SHARP L9 Castlere...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chinaman Illtreats Horse [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

Chinaman üitreats Horse It is a tradition that the luckiest of horses are Chinamen's horses. The Average Australian ' believes that the Pat looks after his horse to the point of spoiling him. However true or well founded the belief, one of those excep- I tions which allegedly prove the rule cropped up at Liverpool Court on Thurs- day, when Sun Maw Lee was charged with cruelly ill-treating a horse on the same day. Inspector Scott of the RSPCA, gave evidence that while driving along Hume Highway in company with a colleague, he saw the defendant driving a bay gelding in a cart loaded with fruit andi vegetables. That was the horse his Wor- ship had just inspected. They pulled defendant up after some difficulty in making him understand what was! wanted. The Inspector went co that he then lifted the saddle and saw en' inflamed area cn the wither, witto a raw patch in the centre. Defendant was asked to take -the horse out but refused to da so, whereupon the two inspectors took it out thems...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insufficient Means [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

Insufficient Means I When Hairy Williams, r/0, was being I chained witn having insufficient means , of support on 5th October, Constable ! Neal gave evidence that at 2 p.m. on the date named lie found the defendant under the Returned Soldiers' Hall. He was under the influence of liqour, in a filthy ecniition. and covered in ver- min; there were luur empty methylated spirit bottles round him. He had been there five days and had made no at- tempt to clean himself or give himself a meal. "In my opinion.," the Constable told his Worship, "he needs protection. He left the State Hospital about a month ago." Harry has to do 14 days hard and) then he'll be sent back to the State Hospital.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PATRONAL FESTIVAL St. Luke's C. of E., Liverpool [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

PATRONAL FESTIVAL St. Luke's C. of E., L'veipool Sunday. 13th October, was the occa- sion of thi 127th Patronal Festival of St. Luke's. The historic old church was beauti ïilly decked crj-, wit'-> flowers, whiYt thë altar was particularly well adorned. The 8 a.m. service was Holy Com- munion being conducted by the Rector. A Choral Eucharist Service was held at'll a.m.. the preacher beau," the Bishop of North Sydney, Rev. E. N. "rilton. This and the preceding service was well attended. St. Aidan's, Moorebank, was visited during the afternoon by Bishop Wilton and his wife. The evening asrvifee was conducted by Rev. F. Meyer who had as his assist- ant the Rural Dean of Camden, Rev. ; Rofe. Bishop .Wilto^f also preached I thin swvira» -? A Railway servant on a Scottish line was granted a holiday for a special occasion-his wedding. In addition to the holiday, he wa* givpn a free pass for the honeymoon trip. When the ticket collector arrived, the bridegroom, flus- tered as bridegrooms ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND INTERLUDE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

QUEENSLAND INTERLUDE Eack again, and looking very tanned and flt after their month's holiday spent in Northern Queensland and the Bar- j rier Reef, are the Misses Peggy and Betty Kershler of Liverpool. They report a severe drought through all the towns north of Brisbane - the worst in history. In many plates people have tn queue up to buy water from lorries whilst dead cattle and other teasts were common sights in most paddocks. On Hayman Island on the Reef, where they spent a week, drought conditions were so severe that water was rationed out to each guest. Wild goats, rarely seen near the settlement, were coming down from the mountains for water and drinking sea water. Yachting, deep-sea fishing and surf- ing occupied most of their time on the if land. The coral they considered beau- tiful. They also spent several days in Bris- bane, .-Mackay, Townsville, Calms and Yungaburra: taking daily trips to the beauty spots of each town. Among still other places visited were both Oreen and...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs.Kerchief of Gouibii Street have returned from a nieass! fortnight's holiday at Jervis Bal Daughters Peggy and Betty ai» ai heme again - they had a delight! month of Queensland and the beautiq Barrier Reef. 1

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ASSAULT ON POLICE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

ASSAULT ON POLICE Constable Conshaw copped a crack the cheek when he caught a courue coves challenging a cowering citizen eenie out from the cover of his coin to comtiit. ConcientiousV rrmsidei that the circumstances called for nrtina of the romba'ive coves to call-bo\ close by, the constable civ conveyed this idea to them. The o seoi ence was catastrophic. The Constable nis storjhto Mai trate Harvey when Geoffrey Ed Thompson and Percival John Whiti were charged with using indecent la| uage and assiultine the oolice on £ October in Ware Street Fairfield, s It was stated that at about 5.30 p. 'he defendants went into a fish s and called on one of the proprietors fight. He not desiring any fight, WI field thereupon twisted his nose. B left but returned later and resumed argument . Upon the Constable ar>pe| ing and asking them to leave, Whitfii became very violent throwing off £ coat and jumping in to fight. When I was being arrested Thompson interfeg and pulled the Constable off. T...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

GOSSIP Wo can pul you on lo a good thing for next week-end- Uv? Concert in the Regal on behalf of the Youth Campaign rromlses tn be far and away the bes* this town has seen. Don't miss it! * * * Captain Mann, officer-in-ch'v?e of the Salvation Army in Liverpool, left this week for a two weeks' holiday with his .family in Brisbane. * * * Eil] Beveridge and Stan Everett ara away doing the grand tour of the north- west slopes. Later they will gb acron to the coast and some fishing.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

nnouflcement of Spécial) ] Importance TO RESIDENTS' OF LIVERPOOL AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. ? '< X I lt is with great pleasure that ROOSEVELT DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS, PTY. LTD. j Scr you the absolute latest AMERICAN method and up-to-the-nunute Service in DRY CLEAN- X HG AND DYEING. ' X X! 1 The staff employed hy ROOSEVELT are al] highly skilled in the art of Dry Cleaning and & Iseing, and therefore we proudly offei- you something unique in this field. I We do not intend to inake exaggerated claims, hut do feel that once you entrust any of your faring apparel lo us for processing you will become an entirely satisfied and regular ROOSEVELT X lent. ¿ J Each gannan is individually handled, carefully processed and thoroughly inspected hy the |* Ighly skilled staff of ROOSEVELT l>efore being rcttt-ned to the client, and, furthermore, all miss- X fe buttons are replaced WITHOUT CHARGE, if you so desire, we will also effect any necessary *t* ?pairs at a minimum cost. $ ...

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R.S.L. CLUBROOM Official Opening [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

R.S.L. CLUBROOM Offic'al Opening The official o pelting: of the new temporary chi broom for LilvcrpjTol Returned SoMibrs took place on Sxluitlay evening in Ute presence of a targe gathering of knembers and guests. ' Mr. W. Edmondson, after whose son. Cpl. John Edmondson, V.C., the club is named, performed the opening cere- mony. Prominent visitors, guests of the sub- branch for the evening, were Hon. James McGirr, M.L.A.; Mr. J. S. Freeman, M.L.A.; the Mayor of Liverpool, AM. IB. C. Fitzpatrick,, accompanied by I Aldermen Potter, T. Fitzpatrick, Sten- ner and Smith representing the Coun- cil; Messrs. Stanton, Paine and Rayner, I representing the Legion of Ex-Service men; Messrs. G. Morrow, G. Horsley,1 Ratals, Lindall and Hill representing the Bowling Club; Messrs. A. T. Mur- ray, J. Jole. C. Williamson and R. Cole representing the Chamber of Commerce, and a large representation of the busi- ness community generally in the per- sons of Messrs. Teakle, Crin ion, Deben- ham and many o...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

GOSSIP After the flicks, finish with a feed at j Miller's Scott Street Hamburger. Andi ifs opened all day, everyday but Sun- day too. For a clean, quick, appetising i meal try Miller's Hamburger. '] .. * ? * Joined th» ranks of the .îrass-widow ers. Mr. Slough of Terminus Street, steen Mrs. Slough and the little Sloughs' have gone for a fortnight's holiday with relatives'. .... . _;i «?: \ -.;.-;]

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DIGGER DOINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

DIGGER DOINGS - » ? The usual monthly meeting of tba Liverpool sub-branch of the Returned) Soldiers League' took place in the club Etoom* in Macquarfe Stiert on Friday 4jth October,! the president, Mr. ¡R. Rowell occupying the chair. There was a good attendance and a number of new members joined* up. Sub-branch Mr. R. Caterson read a reply to the cable previously sent tq Field Marshal Montgomery asking him to lay the foundation stone of the new Memorial Building to be erected as soon as possible on the R.S.L. land. Thia reply was to the effect that all arrange- ! mente for Lord Montgomery's Australian tour were being made by Australian GHQ to whom the request would have to be referred. It was decided to leave the further handling of the matter in the capable hands of the secretary. Mr. Caterson also gave a report on the progress of the re-erection and fit- ting out of the new Clubroom and plans for the official opening which took place on Saturday. 12th October. After some discussio...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSES IN SCOTT STREET [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 October 1946

BUSES IN SCOTT STREET At the last meeting of Liverpool Coun- cil (held on Thursday evening) .¡the Mayor (Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick) made a report on the visit of Transport Dept. officers to Liverpool where they met, a number of the aldermen and inspected the site of the proposed bus stopping place in Scott Street. The Department favoured a bus stopping place beginning 20 feet west of Bigge Street and run- ning back past the barber's shop. Ald3r ! men did hot favour this, considering, that L it would lake up too much of Scott Street and tóbate that part cf thd ' street from trafile and te a hindrance to business houses in that part. The stand would prevent other vehicles usin¿ that part of the street between 4.30 and. 7 p.m. An alderman, sait! that (the matter ,iad been discussed very fully that day. He moved that Council should fall in line, that is, allow one Ingleburn bus to stand in Scott Street. Council should oppose any additional stopping-place in Scott Street. The proposed stopp...

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