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

WANTED WANTED SHEET METAL WORKERS AND YO UTHS FOR.LIGHT WORK AND TANKS. BEST WAGES AND CONDITIONS. 7.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Week Days, and Saturday 8 to ll a.m. Apply : A. L. CHUN SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone Liverpool 152 WHEATLEYS HiGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only lilt Ucst Workmanship, ballier and Grindery SAVE YOUK SOLES, send your Shoes, lo WHEATLEYS 188 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ATTENTION MOTORISTS ! Panel Beating and Repairs done cheaply. by E. A. TAYLOR 362 HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL _ I 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 Co ad Penóle Hill Phone : uw 3324 For Delicious, Oven-fresb . . . PIES, CAKES and PASTE* Deal from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liverpool YUILE'S THE CATERERS 109 RAWSON STREET, AUBURN Fo,r AH Functions. WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY ...

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

St Lukq's Third Aimoa JUVENILE FANCY DR1 Bali LIVERPOOL TOWN HA! TUESDAY,, 24th SEPrfl Dancing 7.30 to 12 Supper. Good Prwj TICKETS, If. : M

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLASH IN COUNCIL Mayor versus Gallery [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

CLASH IN COUNCIL Mayor vertus Gallery I - There wat «n ,e*traorílinar>' sc in the Council chamber on Toe» night when a number of men in public gallery launched a eoneet verbally violent attack cn the Mi (Aid. B. C. Fitr-ratrick). Sen were on their feet ai the one ii .«esticuiatfyiç threattiOjgffy, tan tlecryih? his administration of Council, and h urning epithets him. The storm broke, without any 1 ing. out of a comparative calm. < eil had just debated at some lengtl dismissal of five employees, without real heat being generated. Suddenly Mr. E. Wilde, secreta Warwick Farm Progress Associ jumped to hi > feet and called out 1 "Mr. Mayor! I demand to know oui grounds this meeting is being 1 A pretest meeting has been he] which a vote of no confidence was ed in this Council. I have here a from the Minister for Local Go ment IIICIJI Tlie Mayer: Order! Order! Mr. Wilde: I offer you this lettei 1 de The Mayor: Order! Sit down! At this stage several voices jhouting at the ...

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

FOOD FOR THOUGHT... ¡CE 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 Dtmbier, Prop. Phone: Liverpool 146 FRANK HOSFORD'S RAILWAY HOTEL (Right at Ibo 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 AH the well-known brands of Wines «md Spirits and The Best of Beet«. Phone Liv. 3' SIGHT IS YOUR MOST PRECIOUS GIFT On the slightest suspicion of Eye Trouble CONSULT H. SHAW, M Ph , MIO, F I O 193 Macquarie Street_::_ Liverpool NEXT SUNDAY-AND EVERY SUNDAY . . ENJOY A HOT ROAST DINNER AT THE CROSSROADS CAFE (J. A. Isaac, Proprietor) Grills, Light Luncheons, Sandwiches, Milk 13ar and Confectionery Phone Liverpool 452, H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL, Local Agent for All Leading Bottle Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Bags, Bottles. Bones, Rags, Kitchen Fais, Scrap Metal. All at Highest Market...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR GAVE THESE CONCESSIONS Vote Labor and Keep Them [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

LABOR GAVE THESE CONCESSIONS Vote Labor and Keep Them No ene can deny' the Labor Govern- ment has an outstanding war record. It has also a record of other achieve- ments} unsurpassed by another Gov- ernment, which are of outstanding benefit to the people and the nation, as indicated below: Soldiers (I) Considerably increased the pay to servicemen and wemen and their dependants. <2; Amended the Repatriation Act giving increased payments and im prcving ether provisions of the old act. (3) Granted a War Gratuity which is much more generous than that granted after the 1914-18 war. (4) Granted taxation .i;ncrrs|3ns to the value of over £50,000,000. (5) Provided protection for soldiers and the^ dependants undujr (the War Service Moratorium Regulations. 1(61 Inaugurated a scheme for settle- ment of soldiers on the land. The provisions cf this scheme are such as to ensure that soldiers will have every chance of success. (7) Set up Legal Aid Bureaux for sold- iers and dependants. ...

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

FROCKS AND FIGURES IT :..;-!iy hu.fb2:id.¡ lind cause for com- plaint un inc score cf the evening meal coming' out cf a tin on Tuesday last the iidicil had sh cfc ceMf.i, tf.:cuse. Tuesday v.tis a momentous k.ite ifcr Liverpool womenfolk. They gathered i^ ¿heir hundreds to witness and thorough- ly enjoy the first Mannequin Far-, i :rer neid in the town. In the Town Hall, lom 2.30 to 4.30, frey rat back, or leaned forward with wrapt expressions on their faces, while five of Sydney's best-'.mown models paraded before them. * The attractive mannequins tMaide Hann, Jean Blake. Fatti Morgan, Betty l".aw.--3 and Joy Make!rr* > ell necn:tu . i ci. the beauty of th;- newest fashion íreeks which v. i':i y-)v . uly t? on Kale at» Jay - Frock Salon in M.vqu.'.rir- Street. To allow thc mcur-s sufficient vins t .han~e. ic ur excslkm vocalists enthrall- ed tile audience with well-known sor>3's. Mes?: Mary Sullivan ar.d Gladys Lewis und Messrs. Bon Dowd and John Cam . on ;;vjved thai, Liverp...

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

JtJk. i79SFrock Salo* 175 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ? IF YOU WERE UNABLE TO ATTEND OUR FASHIOlÄ PARADE, WHY NOT INSPECT OUR COMPLETE NEW» RANGE OF SUMMER SUITS AND FROCKS, INCLUDING* THOSE MODELLED LAST TUESDAY I, PRICES RANGE FROM 27/3 UPWARDS, WITH STYLES» TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. SIZES XSSW TO XOS.i ? LAY BYS AND CASH ORDERS' ACCEPTED LIVERPOOL'S FASHION CENTRE JAY'S FASHION WITH ECONOMY

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

¡rn SCHOOL UCK SHOP ilk-. Ice Cream, Con .\iiik liar. Milk Shake* ! Drinks, u:ily 4d. CAMPBELL FE ST., LIVERPOOL lu'--.. Sandwiches. Cakis and Pastry. iTson's Smallwoods ic cf) and Cigarettes . Groceries ephone Liv. 276 1517 NG BREAKFASTS CONSULT ¿INGER'S, Cater«« a^on Rosd. AUBURN m (ir next PERMANENT WAVE Consult MISS RANDELL Ladies' Ha.i' dresser r?rntinus Street, Liverpool rless, Eugene and Non-Electric done villi every comfort to the Thone Liverpool ?l? ¡LS WANTED! \ Chanco to Learn A Profitable Trade. GUT WORK. GOOD WAGES IVGENIAL CONDITIONS «EEKS' PAID HOLIDAYS iN'UALLY APPLY: VERPOOL CLOTHING CO minus Street. Liverpool Manufacturers of CKS, COATS and COSTUMES ONE: LIVERPOOL 239 |l'IRE THAT WELL GROOMED EA RANCE-Visit LIVERPOOL'S LEADING HAIRDRESSERS BRUIN BROS. quarie St. (next Mainsbridges) in stock all the popular Tobaccos Cigarettes, and a wide range of kers' Accessories and Toilet Lines UEL FUEL" WOOD, COAL, COKE PROMPT DELIVERY :RAL CARRYING, Anywhere, Any time. Contact...

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

WEIR & GREEN \\ hvv.^- rs ;r-d j cw .-Hers 194 Macera.¡e Si., Lv.rpool 1 ? viii- von lo indica ;li .: (iiVjilav of ROYÁf. STAFFORD ir... POTTERY and CUT GLASS í)i;i!inmd í.'.i^.'iL'i'iiu.'))! Kiries and Wedding i\ .n^s, ail designs. WEIR & GREEN Jewellers Phone: L v. 306 Try the LOCAL CATERERS SAUNDERS & KEATO 30 ROSc ST - LÍVERPOoL*"" For Your Wedding or Birthday Parties. Tel Liv. 486. MRS! HALL " for MODERN HAIR STYLING SALON 220 Micquiiie Sh, Liverpool for tifie CNDULUT PERM MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY. GIRLS CHMT.FNdF WOOr.F.FN MILLS KMT T.TMTTF.D v\r.\\rm± .'or Cir1«- >vilVt or v-i'lion* Textile Ryr|Pr'>TT''1, IF to 18 VCafS. \Un n»r'c-Ki vrars. Apply, Offii.v, 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 — 29 August 1946

MANCHESTER! WEAVING REILLY ST, LIVERPCXj Phone Liv 322 or Liv. WANTED Vt OMEN wi 'h expérience Worsted menders. GIRLS, 75 18 years, w$h withe ut experience. BOYS. Vacancies fer - lim ed number. (jo ni \Ya»-es for Juniors commence. Adult rate a' years of a.n'c if c<nnmciiciiijj; )5 vars of a<>e for females. APPIA": National Hmi >loytn Oíf'ce or direct to Mill Offici WILLIAMSON PRIZEWINNING BREAD LIVERPOOL SCHOOL FIRST ANNUAL RE-UNION Ball in the TOWN HALL LIVERPOOL on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10T 1946 TICKETS : 5 6 Single. Double 10 Danc'mg 8.30 p.m. to 2 a.tn Continuous Music. OLD-TIME AND MODERN DANCING Excellent Simper by Ladies of and C. Association NOVELTIES AND SPECIE PRIZES. This will be a Gala Night on wh j ;o renew old friendships. Tickets arc limited, so get yoi early ? All enquiries to the Secretaries R. Champion, E. W. Hind, J« Secretaries, Liverpool School. This space generously donated D.W.M. Bakery and Nancy O Shop- ,

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

Theft of Tenp When James Cwen May was charged with stealing a tent valued at £5 from George Rutledge at Smithfield on 5th April last. Constable Blakü. stated hu evidence that when questioned in the matter defendant at first said he had bought it. Later he said he wanted to tell the truth and that he had taken it. He had voluntarily gone to the' owner and to the police about it. Í May was fined £15 or 30 days hard labour. I

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

CHURCH NOTICES Methodist Church °UNDAY. SEPTEMBER 1st LIVERPOOL: ll a.m. Rev. C. Mo're. 7 p.m. Rev. C. Moor:-. INGLEBURN: ll a.m. Presbyterian. Salvation Army Protestant Hall, Hame Hiphu-ay SUNDAY ll a.m.: Holiness Meeting. 2 p.m. Y.P. Meeting Hoxton Park. 2.30 p.m. Y.P. Meeting Liverpool. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. TUESDAY 2.30 p.m. Women's Home League Meeting; 8 p.m. Soldiers' Meeting. WEDNESDAY Cottage Meeting Hemmcndville.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

RETURN THANKS DURRANS — The family of the late Mrs. Durrans, Terminus Street, Liverpool, wish to thank Mrs. B. Hudson for her kind attention and care prior to and during their recent sad bereave- ment.

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

DEATHS Mi r.wid V vi**s :v ! '-ident of Aus- tral, a relumed saldier ot World Wai" I. a^d mem'-rr ol Livi-r^ o' .mb-branc'i of the Re'ut:;i i üMr'ie'.t,' Lea--tit-, pass- ed away on Thursdav last. The fun e~al tnok plie to tV.e Methodist Ceme- tary. Liverpool o : Fri J ly afternoon. Mr. Charles Henry Throsby, member of an old Liverpool family, well-known and respected in the district, for many years, died on Friday. The remains were interred in the Church of Eng- land cemetery, Denham Court, on Mon- day

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

¥ FROM NOW UNTIL XMAS OUR NEW SUMMER FROCKS f X WILL BE ARRIVING IN ALL SIZES AND LATEST £ I STYLES AND SPECIAL PRICES. | ! WILLIAM O'CONNOR I I 233 MACQUARIE STREET, UVERPOOL | ELECTORS OF WERRIWA VOTE (1) H. P. '-a; ' : viv; yoi: iaiihfullv a"d for iii'üiv ve;r> r:.w. R-vaiivd loy;1! to the !¡iii- John Ci'ni-: r'uviiv; Aus- tralia's War effor;. N w siivn-.Iy sup- porting !hr F:imo Mini'! r V.r. Ben. Chifley ir l..s fri:: to WIM ? ¡'caco. Doii'i ki yum ci fort i>r ""Vu,, Lilt!«.'. Too Lae." Vote 1 : H. P LAZZARINI Thc Selk.rtcil and ¡ lîloi ;¡¡ I.AKOL'K Candidate. Vole, Senate Three: AshVv. Arnold, Lavin-. V< i'll''. \"i\S lin.' '^'hrec- Ri-fernviuni { htestioits. I.I-.HJ >?: S. H. IÍ:T.:'I.:-. Div. Campa LAZZARINI Ihr U it U IV I.V-Z'.lflM, M.P. "îi-i ¡cr fir V t> ..rd HOILSÍIIJÍ

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AROUND THE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

AROUND THE TOWN A new local industry that has shown rapid expansion since its inception i' the manufacture of caravans and trail- ers. Liverpool );oy C'ive Hubfcard and his partner Mr. White trading under the name of "Cnralux" Caravan Coy. are now sending their products oil over this State and to Queensland. We had the pleasure of looking over a just-com- pleted twenty-footer the other day and rdmhed th? compîïteness and comfort (almost luxury» of its fittings. Com- plete with four bïds: batty ice-chest, cr.okún recess, power-pcinis and every i amenity of a modem home, it is the la^i word in cniavan construction. Mr. Ray Watson. Libera) Party can- didate for Werriwa, opened Iiis local campaign in Macquarie Street, Liver wol on Sa'uiday morning. When Ra*" 'A'Bc travelling hem Camden to Livi'i pool the other ni ah*. Iiis cai' broke down and he was held up for roqw hour¿. One cf the car, hi> tried to halt for ' isisLance and couldn't was tile Minis-i it Trial C9. Whe n we told him w...

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

I POLICE YOUTH CAMPAIGN The Ccrrnnittc? elected at t^c pub- lic rn:el :.¿ u;nve.ui jy Mayor' (Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick) in the Town Hall last week to support the Police /.'.iti-T.B. and YcUi/h Campaign will arrange a programme of future act- ivities on Tuesday nest, 3rö Septemb r. . . ! e-b-a.ers a'e as Icilows: Patrcn the Mayor (Aid. E. C. Fitzpatrick»; president. Mr. L. A. Ashcroft; vice presid.-i s, Messrs Horsley, HosforJ and A. T. Murra? ti.asurcr. S.,i. O'Brien; auditors. Messrs. Wats:n and Bosgood; organisers Const? b!e- Lt!". Ov.cn tn . Dixon: nutlliity-offlccr. M . L. Ban yer; jcint >:. rataiies. Mr. Ce . Mor- row an J S:>. A. W. "mn:; c.mmittc;, Me^srî. Grzea, T. Fitzpatrick. W. Cooper, L. Debenham, C. I.elar.d, E. Sall. Sj.. Rudge, Const: bc Rarr.es.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Legacy Day [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB Legacy Day A very successful day was held at the Club on Sunday last, proceeds oí which were all donated to Legacy. Sperl'jal compsticions, incîfiding both (morning- and afl.emocn events, ttl.ig-i driving-, putting, and approaching, were programmed {ind keenly contested, every- one wideavourm-» U hi'.;: swell the funds for such 3 worthy cause. ^Following are thu results: Mcnrn-5 !"î hale; sli~.:ke: J. Harrison nett 59. Afternoon 18 lióles stroke: Jack Hun*, nett 59. . Afternoon 3C liólas stroke: T. Calvert, nett 59 ¡md 60. Sealed nine holes: P. Philips. Sealed nine holes, visitor: D. Wa inc '(Cumberland). Long driving: P. Philips. Putting and approaching: R. Lawsless . Stableford (Associates»: Mrs. D. Rus- sell. The Stableford event on Saturday, 24th inst, was won by Don Cleary (16) with 37 points. ASSOCIATES Hie Associates Champífnship. ovar 36 holes, was played on Wednesday test between Mis. Crowe and Mrs. Hunt, toeen interest being dvsplftyed li the match by a...

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

BOWLS - -<?> There were three homs-and-home j games with Lidcombe on Satuday last. | and two at Lakemba, on Sunday, all the visiting teams reporting: excellent games and hospitality. At Liverpool Ron Buccan with. Spear - man, Saunders and Morrow went down to the Lidcombe team 22 to 26. Cyril Ireltandl however^ with, Smitty Fpwke and1 Webb, retrieved the situation by defeating 27 18. McWhinnie. Bossley, Ayres and Cheri- ton also had a victory 25-19. Scores at Lidcombe: Green, Debenham, Williamson. Hill V v Lidcombe 21 Kay, Reeves, O'Brien, Dymock 16 v Lid combe 22 Warm, Kelly. Simpscn. Fal ris 16 v Lid combe 28 The above results are net the best. bvt it just happened to be one of those "off" days for several of our good play- ers. Over at Lakemba on Sunday Ren Buchan made up for the previous day s defeat by leading Smith, Fowke and Webb to a 22-18 victory. O'Brien. Hta patrick, Cheriton sad Williamson were defeated though 20-24. In the Championship games C. Wil- liamson...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HISTORICAL SOCIETY Visit To Liverpool [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 August 1946

HISTORICAL SOCIETY Visit To Liverpool Linked as ii is with tuc founda- tion and early *. .-ogress of the Am- ii alian colony, and abounding as it i. in relics una memoria!^ of past colonial notabilities,- Liverpool) has a.v.aji lt zn a happy hunting (¡ronni for students of our past. £or this reason it is not surprising thai on baiuroay last, about a hundreci rntmters oí the Hoyal Australian His- torical Society chose Liverpool for the venue oí their days studies. Led by then president, Mr. Guy Blaxland ano secretary, Mr. C. Price-Conigrave, they .reacihed the tov.to he&qre lunch and immediately began a tour of the most nulerie landmarks, beginning with the Weir. Mr.' W. L. Havard. a Fellow ol thc ¿j:.ísty, acted as guide. lue party lunched in picnic style at Ei'¿¿ü f-ark where Mr. J. S. Freeman i.act kindly provided the use of an am- plifier for aa address oy Mr. Havard, wr. i d.'-.cribeü i-.e lounoing of the town by Governor Macquarie on Novembe. li-.i. imo. B¡icily travers...

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