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COUNCIL JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

COUNCIL JOTTINGS The Cif'ffc Fathers of Liierpool decided after some debate at Inst meeting that where no attempt had lieep made to reduce amounts owing- for rates anl vjnitary and garbage charges the outstanding accounts wiM be nl-».-.«4 în the bands of the Coun?i"'s -îOlicHorF for collection. Aid. Smith endeavoured to go one better than the Finance Committee which recommended that the appVci tion from the P. and C. Associât';.? for financial assistance towards a schol library be considered in the 1947 esti- mates. Smithy wanted the recommend ed sum-£5-paid out at ones, but other councillors would have none of it until next year. There was enly one tender for the eradication of termites frcm the Graham Avenue bridge, that of W. A. Flieh and Co. for £5/10/-. This was accepted. When the Deputy Town Clerk asked Council to approve the oi'dering and payment for 10.215 yards of gravel cost- ing £2596/10/4 instead cf the origin- ally estimated amount of 6C00 yard ; costing £1525, Aid. Smi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

RETURN THANKS DURRANS — The family of the late Mrs. Durrans, Terminus Street, Liverpool, wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for floral tributes cards and expressions of sympathy, also Mrs. B. Watson, Dr. Grieves, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. G. Humphries and Rev. Moore for their kind attention and care in their recent sad ber- eavement.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIBERAL CANDIDATE NOW AT AUSTINMER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

LIBERAL CANDIDATE NOW» AT AUSTINMER For the next four months Ray Wat- son, Liberal Candidate, together with his wife and ¡-on. will be living at Aus- tinmer. Mr. Watson ¡has dxperjenoofl greaj difficulty in obtaining a home and is thinking of obtaining a caravan so that he can cover Hie electorate more easily. "We are all cooped up in a two-roomed flat ai thc moment, but there are hun- dreds worse off." said Mr. Watson. " Housing is of paramount importance today and I hope that when the people have £h:wn their disfavour of the pres- ent Government on Ser^amber 21ft, we will be able to get on with the pro- gressive housing plan that the Liberal Party has to offer. We believe private enterprise can build houses far more (cheaply, quickly and enlcie|i1t>/ Jtfcpo the Housing Comimssion and we intend by reduced taxation and an imaginative approach to the problem, DO get houses for the people. "I was amazed to hear that Mr. Laz zailíni, at a recant; eW-ta me^tinfr, was unable to answer...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FACTORY WORKERS BECOME MOVIE STARS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

FACTORY WORKERS BECOME MOVIE STARS Taking full advantage of the value cf visual education, the United States Department of Health has recently sponsored the production of a motion picture which dramatises the nation's drive to eradicate tuberculosis. Figures show that although America's annual death rate from tuberculosis has dropped from first to eighth place in the past forty years, two-thirds as many Americans died of this diseese as were lest in battle during the last four years of the war. Many of those lives could have been saved had it been known, in the early stages of the disease, that thoee people were infected and had they undergone proper treatment. The Health Department's film is planned to teach technicians and oper-   ators how to use mass chest X-ray |   units. It was made at Philips Mount | Vernon plant (New Ycrk) where the Metalix Mass Chest Survey units are manufactured. For five days Philips employees saw how a movie is made. Some of the...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

POLICE COURTS ! At Liverprr' Foli-e Court cn Monda' j last all oí fie fellowing fai'ed to an I swer their names when called upon, to i answer charges of drunkenness and fov ' feitod their recogni^nres: Lv^; Rib I insrn Fred Berry, Wi'liam Cowan, Jrs. i fw/ney. Whiter Ursal\ Eert Geor:n. Jeffrey Kirkwood and George L. Ful ! lager. STEALING Leslie W. Ralph appeared on two charges of stealing: 1. a watch. 2. a camera, and pleaded guilty to each.   Detective-Sergeant R. Paine gave evidence that Ralph was a batman in   the officers' mess at Ingleburn on 1st August. Another soldier named Parnell arrested on another charge, was found to have the camera in his possession   and claimed that Ralph had given it to him. Defendant admitted this and that he had entered Col. McCutchion's room and taken it. Regarding the watch de- fendant had access to a Lieut. Walch's quarters whence he admitted stealing   it. He had then taken it to a second- ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK FARM INVADES LIVERPOOL "RESIGN" THE BATTLECRY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

WARWICK FARM INVADES LIVERPOOL "RESIGN" THE BATTLECRY ÇIXCE ALD. POTTER was responsible for the decision «f the Central Powers (Liver]>ool Council) to break off all 'diplomatic' relations with the small Principality of Warwick Kann three weeks ago, a state of great tension has existed. Aid. Smith made a last appeal at the last meeting of the Central Powers for tolerance and expressed the hoj>e thai wiser cousel would prevent a bloody conflict. Eut fill efforts to avoid war proved unavailing and the whole of the forces of both sides have been mobilised, hasty High Command conferences have b^en held ¿md at last after considerable pre iiminary skirmishing, the smaller power, desperately striving- to preserve its in- dependence, has invaded the territory of i's mighty neighbour. The raid was daring and defiant, well-prepared and executed, and so successful as to grc-at .ly hearten the participants. It took thc form of a Pubbc Meeting to protest again the Central Powers-' (Coun...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

ACCIDENTS A collison L.'twocn a i c .!. and a tar occurred ai the junc-tuHi of Eli/a both a::d Gc; / ;e Str.a. -.. Li.orp-jcl 'rn Tuesday ITM. Thi> ui::i driven >v Frank iUo-iicion. U LontfuMd Stn-v., Pai'.lfieï-^ v,.is p.-- -,... U;: , wi I'- felony Plizab"tj: St:cet v i.rn it collided willi .. <..: . tierny d'-,vi n ¡:orlh aliarv Gcori'c I Stre:-\ by Jack HAvard. O Ay .slight {'an.-arc wxs dene to either vi-hick-. j Winn a motor '.ruck lie v:u« criviiw j overturned cn Hoxton Park lîo >d about Iri'A a mile wes' of Killview a ont 4.J0 i.n Saturday ai\«;uoc\n. Waiter Emil Adolphson of Ealmain suffered serious injuries; neccf i a. .lng his i jmoval to I hospital. Two passengers in the truck, .Ronald Coolaia.il, f.Jïdicr. anc' Harold: Mellish, ol Clkabuira Rca'j Hoxton Fark, weiv a 1¿o injured. Coolma.i was pinned for some time under toe lorry and suffered a bioken leg. He wa,s con- veyed first to Irnleourii Camp Hospital and later to Yaralla. Mellish was ad- mitted...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

Les. MULLIN for Werriwa OPENING ELECTION RALLY FRIDAY, 30T AUGUST, 8 P.M. ' i-i i ' itt the TOWN HALL, CABRAMATTA Speakers : LES. M ULLIN. Communist Candidate. !. Ii. MILES. < ¡enera! Secretary, Australian Communist' Party. ERNIE THORNTON, (Jeueral Secretary. !n»)wjrkers' Union. OUT WITH THE OLD ORDER-IN WITH THE NEW !

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

THEATRE LIVERPOOL i ONLY PREPAID RESERVES i SATI'RHIV EVENING. ; PERMANENT RESERVES HELD' L'NTIL 6 p.m. SATURDAY, i RING THEATRE IF YOI; ARpj NOT COMING. ! ,-SESSIONS AT 6 P.M. AND 7.45 P.M. NO RESERVES KEPT AFTER 7 30 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY August 30 and 31 n.recKd by VINCENT SHERMAN ?irc»n I'la, by Daniel Fueb« and l'clet Viertel Also Walter CatlKt and Leon Errol in "RHYTHM ON THE RIVER" MONDAY and TUESDAY \ IT BOASTS A BEVIT Of ^ BREATH TAKING BEAUTIES 1ENNIS O'KEEFE CONSTANCE MOORE in v /MM CARROLL V* UNITIES *; - ,-, EVE ARBEN - ono MUGES . J. riMKT ICI - mKHKIIRKUt ? IE«* *<? imurnïi (p.»» (lleta , WOODY HERMAN ^..M, ' \1- i> lim Hannon T LOVE A MYSTERY" WED and THURS Sn >k inlier 4 aiifl 5 .nu JACK CARSON . EUGENE PAILETTE HERBERT ANDERSON »,.-.» * ELLIOTT NUGENT lim Ol Pur Br lim» Irwfte wa CUioll «u|tnt loivut tn tttmtn itiaat, i AND SPECIAL Boris Karloff in "THE HOUSE OF DRACULA" Hi.rror Film for Adults Only. ..rill-. H A Kl J WAY" IS AN ACA DKM V AWARD ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

y COLES GENERAL MERCHANTS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WINES V99 and 204 MACQUARUE STREET. LIVERPOOL NOW YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ATTENTION, A GOOD HOSE IS ESSENTIAL in£& PLASTIC HOSE, per foot 1/ - ' inch 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot 9*d ? inch 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE, per foot 1 1 * REFRIGERATORS SILENT KNIGHT. Gas, Kerosene or Elcctr'c Models. £55 ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE DISTRICT PHONE: LIV. 119. [GENUINE I GENERAL MOTORS SPARE PARTS I ? Local Deal-r j i I A. C. MCGRATH I HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOOL. I v:!!.\T VOU'VK WAITED FOR: 9 I THE NEW CHEVROLET AND PONTIAC CARS i I CHEVROLET UTILITIES AND TRUCKS. MAPLE! EAF 1 I TRUCKS. j I Place Vom- Order Xovv t<> Endure Early Delivery. | I i THE SHAMROCK" FLOWER SHOP 69 SCOTT STREET LIVERPOOL (1 )}>p. Fire Sta'.ion i * POTTERY (Cement) CUT FLOWERS WREATHS BOUQUETS SPRAYS ? ISS BRAY FLORIST |C0LLÏN(iWOOD I GARAGE ! í % JIN THE FOREFRONT FOR| i 20 YEARS. 5 ^Official \*. R. M - A. Garage- 3 I General Motor Enpneera...

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PRODUCTION THE KEYNOTE —Liberal Candidate [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

PRODUCTION THE KEYNOTE i >-Liberal Candidate "What is the goad of increased wages, increased leisure and heavy social ser- vices if we cannot buy goods?" asked Ray Watsort) Liberal. candidate for Wcriwaj, in an open-air meeting at Port Kembla last Saturday. "Production is the keynote of om- economy and un- less we can get full production in the shortest time possible we will be landed with a depression right on our own doorstep. "Women arc dissatisfied with con- tinual shortages and the grinding1 hardship of trying to make ends meet." Mr. Watson, commenting on the sug- gestion that he represented big business, pointed out that his whole life story negatived the suggestion. "I was born of humble parente, both of the fifth generation of Australians, and my earliest memories are of a mother who had to work to support her family. We lived in a bag shack in the depression, five miles from a Riverina town to which I had to walk to and from for my schooling. I left school at 13 to work ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE HARD WAY" IS OUTSTANDING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

"THE HARD WAY" IS OUTSTANDING ?--<v This week, Warner Bros.-First Nat- ional pictures are celebrating their twentieth year as pioneers of talking pictures. It will be remembered uiey were the organisation that brought out the first talkies, Al Jolson's "Jazz Sing- er" and John Barrymore's "Don Juan." No finer example of the progress oí that company as producers of talking films can be provided than by their Academy Award nominated film "The Hard Way.'' Whether this picture will earn the coveted trophy of course, can not be foretold, but we predict it will go very close to ringing up No. 1. Reviewers and public àlike have ac- claimed it as a dramatic achievement cf the highest calibre and its release t3 the Regal for screening next Friday and Saturday is quite an honor for our local theatre when one considers this has been rated one of the best films of the year and has drawn e xceptional audiences everywhere.

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THAT SANITARY CONTRACT AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

THAT SANITARY CONTRACT AGAIN Liverpool Council is in receipt of a let- ter from J. A. Snell of Glabe pointing out that li? had. had three trips to Liver- pool to gc' specifications of the Sani- tary Con* rad evtd^hai only been allow- ed to see them for a short time. He had had twc trips to try and set a final decision z~ tc whether his tender wai vceptsd. He lr>d telephoned for a fur- ther six days. Telegams and letters had not b-'en very encouraging, so he had fina-ly written Cov.ncil a letter, as re- quested, asking for release from the contract. The t'me allowed him had prevented his obtaining new plant. He was v&ry dissatisfied with the treatment he had received and asked for hts £25 lepcsit to bs refunded. Th¿ Town Clerk explained to Council that a form of release had been pre- pared whi-n necessitated Snell's sig- nature before a Justice of the Peace. ¡ Snell had sent this form back signed lr himself but not a J.P. However if he cime up and signed hi front of Mr. Gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

G. COOPER For AU Garden Requisites fr CARNATIONS in all the lesest varieties. C UT FLOWERS SEEDLINGS SHRUBS BULK SEEDS FERTILIZERS 203 Macquarie St., Liverpool and 20 Loloma St., Cabramatta

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

GIRL WANTED (1618) INTELLIGENT, GOOD APPEARANCE, FOR FROCK SALON. APPLY, JAY'S, 175 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

PAT CULLEN'S GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION Hume Highway, Liverpool Repairs at Reasonable Rales. ALL THE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE IF YOUR CAR BOILS Get Your Radiator Checked and Cleaned- Phone Liv. 523 AT LAST THE WAITING IS OVER. No Priority We can give immediate delivery CAR ,\\D TRUCK TUBES| and TRUCK TYRES. CROSSROADS GARAH LIVERPOOL. Phone Liv. 2« FOR YOUR COXVF.NIESCE The Family Neec« Supplied BRUCE BARNES GENERAL STOREKEEPER Lachlan Street, Liverpool (Opp. Housing Commission Homes) Shop Herc for Economy and "in teous Service. FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES from W. O'CONNELL (liaite A.1.F-) 187 MACQUARIE STREET LIVERPOOL Our Motto: QUALITY Where Quality and Safety Conni - Wc do the Work. G. J. L. JOHNSON LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER (Est- 1920) PHONE: LIV. 347 527 i CABRAMATTA RD. CABRAMATTA ll Manchester St., Dulwich Hill . _ - DELICATESSEN FRESH-CUT SANDWICHES DELICIOUS SMALLGOODS arriving daily. G. BAILEY Next Commonwealth Bank LIVERPOOL 'Phone...

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POTTER TAKES A POKE Lashes The Leader Labially [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

POTTER TAKES A POKE Lashes The Leader Labially In remarkable contrast lo the num- ber (10) of notices of motion dealt with by Liverpool Council at their last meet- ing, there was only one on Tuesday night. It md hzsn handed in l:y Aid. Potter and was formally meed by him at the beginning of business: "That the editoj cf tile Liverpcol Leaser te requested u publish the correct w.jrcimg of the Fin- ance Committee's r:,.ort relative ta the damion which it ii mU-îided ta maka ty thc F. ana C. As ociñ'Jon for library, ;j'[:ijcse.s." ! .!» Aid. Potter il ;I^H d reading i".1 merion there were .sup;: re.-: rv o tilters from thí tallL-ry and scmec::. noartely whispered L-.k out L.-act :? na's on you!" j Speaking io thc motion. Aid. Pr-:; er I said, "Tnis is not the lirst time by dozen occasions tna; this Council h.r* o^cn misquu'^j i dcn't want to dis- parage this pa.: IT. t/>e enan thai':. .wining it. ru: M ia.jv.:-í>.v to the publ c outside I cl..im w.at these, misrepresen- tations m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

UALTHT I Oar Motto % THE ? ;HOICEST FRUITS ? VND VEGETABLES ¿ Only I . BILLETT I .ott St, LIVERPOOL I HEELERS [pboDe Liverpool ?5 ?SEED ITATOES I 1/6 iTEAK and MATOES o TIN BACON RASHERS 1/10 L CAMP PIE 4iD 4oz. tin \. IVES" PRIVATE UOSPTTAL ¡4 Railway Street, Liverpool Phone: Liv. 219 ' MATROX Tí. C DAVES ».T.N.A. A.N\F. (Slats Kerr.) General and Obc-siric Cases IICATESSEN % HAMBURGER t AND COFFEE INN* MILLER'S I SCOTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) X LIVERPOOL * WAYS FRESH- X SMALL GOODS £ CONFECTIONERY £ £ CREAM & MILK BAR £ {VE I UR DRY CLEANING Al THE LOCAL DEPOT | JOTES DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: SS HOV GB. 187 Macquarie Street j Cabramatta: . GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station AWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR missioner for Affts. N.S.W. and Victoria) LWAY PARATÍF, CABRAMATTA ÜB me Twyford House, ll Castlereagh St Sydney. B4408. ming Practice after Military Service AUBURN I VETERINARY HOSPITAL j C. H. W;ij,bt B.V.SC. | (Sydney University) I R. T. Ho; hins, E.V.Sc. I (Sydney University) 1 99 N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

j ESTATE AGENT E. C. GRUCHY FC^iatcs Managed. Rents Collected. 1 ^ Mortgages and Finance I Arranged I IAt'ent for Alliance Assuraiic!j 1 Coy. Ltd. (inc. in ling.) I All Classes Insurance effected. I See Gruchy First.. Liv. 373. 3 231 MACQUARIE ST, g LIVERPOOL jj j 41-8--BSMBfcE^t 1VIÍIHTO ^ i Fur Ail Classes of FLORAL ART £ CLAK.CE HatGll£ ¿ 18? Macquarie Si X g UVIÍKPOUL f v. ^-'ivon* Liverpool 508 ^ ^ |j£ WILLIAM. A. STEEL SOLICITOR 231 MACQUARIE ST. LIVERPOOL nnd MUIOOF Building 1 '"ó ELIZABETH STREET. SYDNEY 'Phone: M 3308

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

POSITIONS VACANT COACHBUILDFRS. Jcinerp. Carpenters. Tradesmen only wanted. Pennanent steady work, better wagrs ideal con- ditions. "Caralux'" Caravan Co. Moorebank Avenve. Liverpool. Phone Uv. 436. EXPERIENCED MACHINIST required for Ladies' Summer Wear. Light Work. Good Wages. Morning Tea. Luncheon Hourn. No Saturday Work. Apply: MAITLAND & RÏLEY Pty. Ltd. VILLAJWOOD MUNITION AREA, Building No. 4. Train to Leightonfield (Regents I Park Litte) '

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