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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

"WESTMINSTER" ENGLISH CHINA Gold-rimmed White Cups and Saucers 4/- and 4/6 per set Shocks of Royal Stafford Crockery. Cut Glass, etc. WEIR & GREEN JEWELLERS 196 Macquarie Street, Liverpool. Phone: Liv. 306. WILLIAMSON'S BREAD The "ALPHA" LIBRARY andi Bookshop No Deposit;. 3d Per Book 226 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL FOR EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SERVICE See W. A. WATKINS Fairfield Street, FAIRFIELD PHONE UB1264 City Depot: Murray's Transport Depot, Thomas St., Sydney PROMPT SERVICE For City and Suburban Deliveries Try the I LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSE ST., LlVERPÖÖF For Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. Tel. Uv. 486. i We Endeavour to Solve Your Meat Profiera», m¿, ! GEDDES; MEAT MART Macquarie Street, Liverpool F< >k MEAT YOU CAN EAT. Best attention given to children. Phone: Liverpool 136. FOOD FOR THOUGHT... |Ct liiVi^i 100 PfcK CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD £LEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION. £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRI...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

j Camelia Florist (Mrs. Trapman,) 1 34 MOORE STREET, LIVERPOOL .jj» For Real and Artificial Flowers, Real and Artificial Wreati Crosses, Cushions, any design. Wreaths in color patches. GI X Dome Wreaths, Sprays, Floral Baskets, Bouquets, etc. J DELIVERED ANYWHERE i Phone: Liverpool 32S. DAY OR NIGHT g ORDERS LEFT SATURDAY, DELIVERED SUNDAY X or from f Mrs. McDONALD, 74 Terminus Street, Liverpool JA YfS Frock Salo* Tel Liv. 524. 175 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL LADIES. Start Your Holiday-Shopping Early and Lay-by your requirements now. FROCKS, SUITS, SHORTS (with and) without Bib and Brace) SUN SUITS, 3 PIECE PLAY SUITS, JUMPERS, HOUSE COATS, LINGERIE, Etc LAY-BYES AND CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED r,G! LIVERPOOL'S FASHION CENTRE FASHION WITH ECONOMY JAY'S

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCIL CAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

COUNCIL CAPERS Al Tuesday nip^'s meeting of the Liverpool Municipal Council the matter cf a decision on w'iich of two tendes for the sale ot a utility truck to Council was to be accepted was referred back to that august body, by the Finance and Electricity Committees. Weeks agc it had been shelved by council and re- ferred to the two committees |fce< a decis'on. A Certain Alderman admitted that there had not been sufficient mem- bers of the combined committees pres- ent to come to a decision. 'We had na ether recourse than to refer it back to Council,'' he tated. Aid. Smith: I still think it should be handled by thc Finance Committee. You might have a quorum next time. Certain Alderman: There were only two of us there. The Mayor: Let's hope we havs more next time. Aid. Smith: Move it be referred back to the Finance and Electicity Com- mittees. And the chorus of "ayes" sounded like bullfrogs round a pond. oOo An invitation from the Liverpool. R.S.L. for the aldermen to att...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

i AROUND THE TOWN We saw Aid. Pat Cullen last Stu morning out with pick and shovel: lng to make that dreadful gutter ol -it's aim <5t a chasm-trafficabte his customers, OOo Noel Edwin Martin pleaded not gi when charged at Liverpool Police G on Monday to stealing six shirts voi at £3 from the Army. After nea witnesses Magistrate Harvey found offence proved but without proceedmi a conviction discharged Martin co tionally upon his entering into a b of £ iO to be of good behaviour fin months. OOo Liverpool, Fine Bridí"jgo has enti upon its usual summer run of si flies. It had a call to Moorebank Monday morning and another Tues night. OOo Mr. W. S. Funnell of Webster R< is gjing to run a passenger motor laui between Milperra and E sc Hills, boat, the "Violet May" will carry thi passengers aal Liverpool Counch is ö sidering repairing the old Milpa Wharf for his use.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARWICK FARM PROGRESS ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

WARWICK FARM PROGRESS ASSN. j A well-attended meeting ol Warwick Farm Progress Association was held at Hargreaves Park last Friday night, the president, Mr. D. Smith, occupying the chair. Owing- to the fact that thc workmen engaged in renovating the hall in which the meetings are usually held forgot to leave the keys there was some delay in starting until an alternative hall was obtained. This was kindly provided by the manager of Hargreaves Park. Mr. Keefe. ? , A number of new members were wel- comed by the president who then went on to report on a meeting of the Liver- pool Ratepayers' Association attended by himself and two other members of the executive. He dealt with the urgent need for a genfral hospital in Liver- , noel and urged members to support the ; Ratepayers' Association by signing th petition they were circulating to obtain this. All members signed the petition before leaving. A nev; constitution was submitted and unanimously adopted. The president then brought up thc...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE Sunday Next, November 10th [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

EMPIRE SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE Sunday Next, November 10th | í The Liverpool sub-branch of the P..S.S. and A.I.L.A. makes its final j appeal to the citizens of Liverpool to worthily observe next Sunday ss a sol- emn day of Remembrance fer those who have given their lives in the last two wars. I A Combined Rel'gious Service under the auspices cf the above League will be held at St. Luke's Church of Eng I tend at 7.15 p.m. All Diggers are ask- ed to be present at 'he main gate in I Lisbeth Street at 7 p.m. . Wreaths of Remembrance are invited, nr.d may bs brought to the church any time cn Sunday. At Vr-? close of the service they < will bc conveyed lo th? ' ?Didiers' Mrr.-.orial et thc ' Schcol oí Arts and d?po?i!cd thereon with Sttins j cersmcny. WE WILL REMEMBER THEM. !

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

GOSSIP -? The Deputy-President of the New South Wales Public School Teachers' Federation. Mr. D. Taylor, addressed Liverpool Council on Tuesday night on "A New Deal for Education." Some of the aldermen understood bim. oOo There was a goodly attendance at the Liverpool Girls* Club Physical Culture Display in Liverpool Town Hall on Tues- day night. They came away convinced tbat the show was a credit both to the organisers and performers.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COURTS Drunkenness [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

THE COURTS Drunkenness Lix'erpool is sobering up alright. Only Ave drunks before Mr. Mea g her S.M. at the court on Monday, though one trier did his test to keep up the average by being charged tv.ice. He was Pat- rick Condon, who, picked up on Friday, bailed himself out and was again pick- ed up the following day. He forfeited his bail in each case as did his fellows, Reginald Moore. Richard Riley, James Wilson and Freden^: Woelifter. =;.- * * Manslaughter Arising out of the fatality in Moore- bank Camp last Saturday night when Stanley Richard Crossingham, 32, was killed by a truck, the driver Reginald C. Crossingham. brother of the deceased, faced a charge cf manslaughter at Liverpool Police Court on Monday. He was further charged with stealing. Police evidence was given that defend- ant was inside the camp with a civilian truck. A guard challenged him and he started the truck up and drove off. His brother who was on the ground, endeav- oured to get on the truck which soon after s...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY FARMERS Metropolitan Water Rates to Poultry Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

P OtU L.T. RY FARMERS I MeUopol tan Water Rates io PouKry Farmers. ïecent enquires from poultry farm caused the A-P ï'-O, to contact tne tropolitan Water. Se\Vera&e and dna-e Board regarding the purcnase I conditions of water supply to poul faruiers, and the following infoima i has cetn rccaiwd: »ar Sir, In reply tc your letter of the 9th lober, 1946. I would advise that the late of 2d. per tnousand gallons In ; charge for water by measure, as Jiicaole in the case ot market gar- as, also appl.es in the instance of iltry farms which satisfy the condi os laid down. These conditions are t not less than 15D..head of stock be ¡t on the property concerned and that ' return from ihe activities carried represants th? sole or at least the ai induis ot livelihood cf tae occupier. ;erc such conditions. are fulfilled the icessicn rate is granted, upon applica i ana thc progeny is entered ixl ine >:'6s Kegisiiy of Poultry Farms, -t is pom icu out tnat meter rentals o not bzíii charged...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE R.S.S. and A.I.L.A. Liverpool Sub-Branch (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

THE RSS. and A LL A Liverpool Sub-Branch (TO THE EDITOR) Dear Sir, Ferentîy an uiror o voiced attack was made on this Sub-trauch by the Editor af th? Biz awi Livernool News. In re- ply, I wrote the enclosed letter. As the Editor of the newspapers ment'oned has not seen fit to give his reading public our side ci his complaint, and as he has had ample tims to do so, I would be most appreciative if you could spare the space in your next issue to publish our reply. Copy of Letter sent to Biz and Liverpool News The Editor, Liverpool News. Dear Sir, I am directed to inform you that at a meeting of this Sub-branch on Friday, 18th October, the following resolution was unanimously carried: "That this Sub-branch inform the Editor of the Biz and Liverpool News that we consider the comments made by him in his foot-note to the account of the recent opening of our new tem- porary Clubroom to be in the worst possible taste. Particularly do we take exception to the statement concerning 'thinking me...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

CORRESPONDENCE "(TO THE EDITOR i Dear Sir. As secretary of the local branch of the Australian Communist Party I wish to advise that this dav a letter has been forwarded to the Hon. Mr. J. J. Mc Girr requesting he ase his power and right as Member for Bankstown to urge the State Labour Government to legis- late immediately for a 40-hoiu- week nlus ene pound increase in the basic wage. Th&nkin? you in advance. [ Yours, etc.. <ßgd.) D. B. SYME. Newbridge Road, Liverpool. 28th October, 1946.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSSESSING OF HOUSE Victory for Soldier [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

POSSESSING OF HOUSE Victory for Soldier IM explication for possess.on of an .yf.f.zy ¿welling house located in Mac -.u .rie Fields, made under the terms of tat War Moratorium Act, was heard in L.ve.-pcol Court on Wednesday of last week. Ar-.-lkant was Eric Gordon Evering ham, a returned soldier still in the AMP, and the owner Mrs. Alice Me^e-S, c Links Avenue, Concord. Everingham told the magistrate that iie and nis wife were living with their in-laws and had been asked to go sev- eral times. His wife was expecting a baby. He had had the empty house un- der observation since the end of July, lía had telephoned Mrs. Meyers and asked for the tenancy but she had said no." His wife had then written Mrs. Meyers but had never received an an- swer. He had then taken legal advice as a protected person under the Act. The Magistrate, after hearing evidence from Mrs. Meyers, ordered a warrant to !;;. .'Ï ur:d to the Officer-in-Charge of .'-clice at Liverpool authorising and re yuiri 3 him to g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RATEPAYERS' VICTORY HOSPITAL FOR THIS DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

RATEPAYERS VICTORY HOSPITAL FOR THIS DISTRICT The extensive propagandising and agitation by the Liverpool Ratepayers and Citizens' Association over the past few months in the matter of the provision of a General Hospital"-for this district appears to bear fruit at last. Eacked by tlia "Deader"' in a campaign ¡bat has keen unremitting in its deter minaticn to achieve this hospital, and indifferent as to what stick-in-the-mud ! rnte-diluvian local bumble it offendeci ;n the process, eneourajed by the flocd cf commendations from the more .aouehtful and progressive type of citi- zen (as cppored to the "Progressive*1 type of aldermanic mind), the Associa- tion, through its active and energetic Freshent, Mr. R. A. Dunbier, had completed the signing of a monster pslition to ce presented to the Minister fer Health Hon. J. J. Kelly, M.L.A. It had been decided that this peti- tion should te presented this week and Mr. Dunbier has been in communica- tion with Mr. McGirr in an endeavour to have...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

GOSSIP -m Ruth Everett of Chipping Norton, gain- ed a Credit Pass m her music exam at the Conservatorium last week. Our con- gratulations Ruth, and best wishes for a similar result in the Bursary exam for which she also sat last week! A * * Amoiii; c th» rf. ';one to Melbourne for the races is Mr. W. Penny, the genial voung man who calls . round for your frui*. and'vegetable orders from Billett's. It's coming. Burton's Lottery Ticket Agency must pull off one of the major nmes any- time now. At every draw Burton's arp right in among 'em. A £40 la't Fridiy, a. £30, £10 and a £5 on Wednesday. Fives and ten come to this agency every draw. . -f * * Burglar., bashed in the back of Busy Eslit's gaj'agr lsst week and bundled oil bales of petrol coupons, 3000 gallons worth in fact, together with some 'baccy Ecrt hiid aside for the boys and about £6 in bullion. That was on Wednesday night. On Thursday morning he was very McWrath. Sweet, news for the nippers! We learn that James-Stedman-Hender...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG BILLIARDS Saunders Skittles Saxon [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

BIG BILLIARDS Saunders Skittles ffexon There was a large and intent attendance at the Liverpool School of Arts on Thursday night last on Lie Location ot tuc snootier maten oetween Mr. Alf Saunders and Mr. Artnur Saxon. Tne contsst, result' of I a challenge by ihe latter gentle I man to the former, who is cham ! )>iuii of me &cnooi ox Alts nad created considerable interese in me town. mejore a tight-packed audience th contestants were both obviously nervoui and this undoubtedly detracted iron u.e quality 01 the play exhibited. Con üitions called for the bast two game oat oi thies, Saunders was so obviouslj cn tup right from tne beginning that h< had a runaway victory in both the firsl two games, consequently the third gam< was not played. ¿axon played righ bfclow his normal form tnough he made an odd nice shot or two which drev up^iause. irom tue spectator's point ol j ..cv/ u w-s a mest disappointing con- test . I Saxon was the hist to congratu- late...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

LAND AND PROPERTY FARMS WANTED U^ENTU in Liverpool District. Submit particulars immediate')-. No sale no commission basis. For quick results ring, write or call SYDNEY FARM SPECIALISTS Pty I .tri.. 28 Martin Place. Sydney r'hn- P.II8S. After hours Tel. Fl S950 . "FARM«; WANTPH E. C. GRUCHY Real Estate Specialists Call, Write, or Ring Liv. .373. 231 MACQUARIE ST., 8 LIVERPOOL I T AUCTION SALES AUCTION SALE 6f BUILDING MATERIALS ünd-sr 1 sir s,*....-, '-on; . j. oiial loner. Mr. E. Tully will sell on Saturday, N-vernbe. 9, 1946 at 1 p.m. sharp j «tn the site ai ?1 WARIALDA STREET, off Fowlers Riad, n~zr old Post Offi<*. {MERRYLANDS. Ute undennetitiiomed: 2000ft of 4x2 and 3x2 Hardwood. lOODft of 4Jxl Hardwood. 2000ft of 3x1. 2x1, lxlj Hardwood bat- tens. 1000ft of 6x1, 4x1 Hardwood. Quantity of 6x1 Cypress flooring'. 100 Eft Hardwood Posts. 4x3, 5x3, 6x3. Quantity of water piping, down piping and guttering. 3C0 sheets of Corrugated galvanised and! other irons, 5ft to 10ft. ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR) Sir, Some people have taken my letter of 'ast week to mean everybody and their children in the Housing Cbmmissiton "lomes,. This is not so. It only meant a cer ain few. The letter has had some ef i "ect at any rate and I thank those parents who came to see me about ¡ -tearing the matter up-those who were deal parents. , r am a> peace-loving person and be- lieve in everyone having a fair deal. I un prepared to assist in the improve- ment of Liverpool. What we want is mity with an on a friendly co-opera ive basis. Mr. Wilde has informed me that he las been asked to get Mr. McGirr to vet us on behalf of residents over ?he letter. Yours, etc.. -GORDON RICKARD. 5 Bigge Street, Liverpool. ?th November, 1946.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS Fire Brigade Warning [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

COUNCIL NEWS Fire Brigade Wi ming "I recommend that application bc made to the Board of Fire Commission- ers, for the installation of an electric- ally operated siren at the Liverpool Fire Station for general use in fire alarms, the hand-operated bell might be retain- ed in case of power failure. "It has been the experience of mem- bers of the Volunteer Fire Brigade, that, although the bell has been sounded, on the occasion of a fire alarm, they have not-even when within a very short dis- tance-heard1 the call. Hie siren should be much more effective." Tile above recommendation by the Alayor (Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick) was unanimously adopted by aldermen a* j Liverpool Council meeting on Tuesday night last. Lava', ory Connection "I report having conferred this day with the manager of the Regal Theatre and representatives of the Public Works Department and W. and S. Beard. Subject to certain investigations, which are not expected to disclose any ob- struction, these officers are prepai-...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 November 1946

.i For All Classes of X FLORAL ART X X CLARICE HOUGIIg X 187 Macquarie St.A f LIVERPOOL t X Phone Liverpool 508 I A. T.MURRAY ; 1 M.P.S. ; j. CHEMIST i . ^Macquarie St., LIVERPOOL* '< Ï Phon« Liv. 223 ! 1 ¿Cure that Cough. J ; i CARBONATED ; I COUGH MIXTURE ][ X for Bronchitis and Dry Cough»! ! Y 2/. per bottle X T 9 í"XMAS j SPECIAL"! I 3-ROOM SCHEMES BEDROOM (complete) f -X- LOUNGE SUJTE I DINING SUITE . f ^ KITCHEN SUITE .j- from ! £99/18/6 X Cash, Terms, or Lay-by I GEO. PURDUE X X 97 ARGYLE STREET, f X x y (Opp. Parramatta Station) f Abo 150 CHURCH STREE!,j X X PARRAMATTA X X UW9075 bM/tLl,utsül>S, DELICACIES ¡ Fresh. Daily-City Priced at J . KIN G Macquarie St., Liverpool New CrtAltlHilJotí äilluügoociö. Tobacco and Cigarettes, Sandwiches Telephone: Liv. 334 I MURRAY'S I BREAD ü W. GEARY BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL Horse Shoeing tandi General Smithing. A tradesman',? job guaranteed. WILLLAM A. STEEL SOLICITOR 231 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL and MUÍOOP...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDENING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 14 November 1946

GARDENING NOTES By Evergreen I think most of you will agree after seeing and reading the prices of vege- tables that something must ge dont about it. So why not dig up that patch that you think would be or no use for growing anything. If treated rightly you will be surprised at results, and so avoid paying such ridiculous prices for everyday essentials. At the price of vegetables today many people c:uld not pay prices asked for once a weak let alone each day, so here are a few hints on how to prepare that unwanted patch which can prove quite a profitable asset. Firstly, rio: matter what class of soil you haye you will obtain good vegetables provided 'yóu áré consistent in your en- deavours to make good any déficiences. Heavy soil can be broken up by using plenjty of stable manure or refuse from yóár kitchen, thoroughly incorporating the garbage throughout the .underlayers1 of the sofl^ Dressings of lime given two or thfee fweeks ? after applying stable "manure will tone and break do...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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