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JUNIOR LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

JUNIOR LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING The adjourned annual meeting of Parramatta Junior Rugby League was held at Wentworth ville School of Arts last week. Entries for A, reserve, B, C, D,,.and E grades close on Mon day, March 27. Corinpetitions will commence on:: April 15',and 16. .The next meeting will, be held on Mond?y,M': rch . 27 'atr' Weit worthville School.::'qf, Arts. ,

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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JUNIORS STAR IN UNION TRIALS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Parramatta and Western -Sub urbs Rugby Union Club played a series of four trial games in Parramatta Park last Saturday, aqd tried -out, over 160 players. Although the ground was heavy with a growth of pas palum, grass and soaked by ,th heavy rain, some attractive foot ball was played 'by both sides. The local team's younger play- I ers who commenced' to make their mark last season, were re sponsible 'for many constructive back-line movements. R. Culey, E. Cirozier, and K. Phelps all showed improved form, ably assisted by F. Pilcher, a recruit from Wentworthiille junior team, who lat season played for the N.S.W. 'represen-' tative jtinior team "against Vic toria: Other: riewcomners : to impress amongst the: backs were John Brude; ex-R.A.N.,..R.. R. Rogers from Casino, and A. S. Pollick from' the junior' ranks. The .forwards will also be strenigthened by 'the following newcomers: M.: A. Naylor, from Went worthville; D. 'Benjamin;, from Drummoyne; W. R. QuTgg, ex R.A.N.; and the Barnes...

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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

(By Harry Quigley) It was expected that. the doubles tote would be in oper ation 'at Rosehill next Satur day, but there has been a hold up and the: machine vwill not be 'in use until April 27. 1+. . + Brian Murphy, MIaurie Ander son's pocket-size apprentice, had his first race last Saturday when he piloted Golden Rust into fifth place. The clan Murphy has not produced a Jimmy Pike, but the name is a good fighting one. + + " + With the transfer of Mr. Sam Plotkin's horses to his stables. Anderson has 22 horses in his care. And it is a safe bet that there are a few headaches in this big team. 1+ + . Harry Moody hinted last week that he may' quit his racing ac tivities in the near future. He has been offered an attriactive appointment with a big country milling company and at" lasi weelk-end was inclined to accept. Owner-trainer Frank.. Ludlow has sent Romany King to his stud farm at Muswellbrook for lengthy spell. "The King' . ha:. suffered from leg trouble, 'oter wise he might have d...

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SPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

SPORT Ermington gave -Northmead their first taste of defeat in last week's round of 'the. cricket competition. Northmead scored 13, in reply ,to an opposition : t.tal :of 26. Wentworthvill~'T bWli d??i ed Blacktown last. week. I Best bats for Wenity were iK. Boardman. and R. Butcldrl, vho contributed 20 and 10, respevely towards a total of 43. . Cadman . (13). top-scored for: Blacktown. " Bowling honours ..were shared by, R. Butchart .(3-5, Werity), J. Robinson (4-24, Werity), A: Wilby (3-7; Wenty) and James 7-24, Blacktown).

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COMING-OF-AGE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

COMING-OF-AGE Local lass, Joan Shute, was guest of honour recently, ,at a party to celebrate her coming of age. Guests were entertained by Messrs. Alan Hogg and White (senr.), by Miss Penman and by the guest of honouri herself.

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GOOD MORNING, DEAR TEACHER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

GOOD MORNING. DEAR TEACHER • Class 4A at Wentworthville Public School "has raised £8 in two weeks for the schoo_ library fund. The guessing competition has been won by Mrs.. Tradgeley, of Wentworthville. , + 4 +I The weekly shield awards at Merrylands Public were distribu ted last week as follows: Best room, attendance and spelling, 5A; social service and arithmetic, 4B-3B, and marching, 3A. Best individual marchers were: 6A, Gloria Sutcliffe, Kath Fisher, Max Moore and Johnson Jones. 5A, Max Fraser, lan Hamilton, Ruth Coleman and Barbara Bailey. 4A, Graham Trist, Ron John stone, Pam O'Brien, and Mar garet Jones. 4B-3B, Jim Harrison, Hanle) Peatman, Brenda Cave and Lor raine Home. 3A, Peter Roworth, Eric Pringle. Frances Horton and Gai. Campbell. Remedial class, Nellie Wyborn. Barbara Nolan, B. Wyborn and K. Wicks. Best composition books were kept by: 6A, Joan Young and David Anthes. 5A, Kevin Trasto arid Judith Lenin. 4A, Greg Davies and Carolyn Bertie. 4B-3B, Rhonda Bowden and: Ji...

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BABY GIRL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

BABY" GIRL Mrs. J. Leslie has given birth 'to an 8 lb. baby girl in a pri vate hospital at Richmond. : Mrs Leslie is the wife of Mr. Jim Leslie, manager of Pat ten's Grocery Store, Merrylands. Christina Roberta have been chosen as the names for the new arrival.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

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Council Move To Combat Paspalum [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Council Move To Combat Paspalum Slarramatta City Council has ecided to offer a load of top delivered once a year .an, inducement:; to house alders to' eradicate .paspalum wing on :theirs immediate paths and street lawns. The Mayor, Aid. E. A. Mobbs, id the experiment would "be tly but in the long run eaper than leaving eradication Council staff alone. ie said an effective campaign Council to beat the paspalum isance would necessitate an crease in rates. Hie warned that. the increase ould be considerable. The Mayor said: "The position that with increasing costs and .ationary revenue Council can less for its, money than in evious years. 'It is true that the clearnig d cleaning of streets is Coun job, but the amount of work ne must remain. in proportion money received from house ders in rates. believe that if an appeal, is de'to ratepayers they. will e an effort to assist Council themselves.".. The Mayor said an outstand-. g example. of self :help was. rented by residents in Carl gford...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

PERSONAL Mrs. D. S. McFarlane, of Mons Street, Granville, wife of Alder man - McFarlane, -is- reported --to - be progressing satisfactorily after a recent operation at Parramatta District Hospital.

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POOL CLOSING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

POOL ,CLOSING Granville Olympic Pool will close this. year on Thursday, April 6. Total income this season at £3349 is £350 more than for the coirresponding period last year.

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OFFICERS ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

OFFICERS ELECTED At the annual meeting of the North Parramatta Parents and Citizens' Association the elec tion of honorary officers for the ensuing year resulted as fol lows: President, Mr. O. R.' Par ker; treasurer, Mr. A. Sutton; secretary, Mr. L. Stevenson; vice presidents, Mr. R. Lukins, Mrs. P. Warnock, Mr. E. Rumsey, Mr. L." Griffiths, Mr. N. Crosswell. Patrons of the association are the Mayor, Aid. E. A. Mobbs, Mr. G. C. Gollan, M.L.A:, Ald. P. H. Jeffery, Rev. Walker, Mr. L. Cash and Mr. N. Soames. During the past year members provided many amenities for the pupils of tlhe school and it: is hoped; that a. new piano will be purchased 'before the end of the current year. The film projector *and sound eauipnent'. in use at the school was provided by .the P. and, C. membelrs and it is intended to hold several pietuireI.show even ings to raise additional: fund..

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Septuagenarian Celebrates [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Septuagenarian C elebrates Mr. W. . H M iths . an old identity of North' Pairamatta, was guest of '.Hnour.: recently.. at a party to celebrate his 70th birthday. The function "was 'held 'at the Auburn home of 1Mrs. E. Sec kold. Between 30 and 40 relatives and friends were present. Mr. Smith has been a consist ent worker for the Old Boys' of North Auburn School.

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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

THE best things in life are free . .. including now, of course, the Argus. PROM Fuller's County of Cumberland Year Book (1886), I present the story of how local Oddfellows did the right thing by "Little Jackey Robelerts." I quote: "On the 24th August .died Little Jackey Roberts, a very old Oddfellow. "'Up" to the time of his death he: had been a member of the Friendship Lodge, M.W., for 43 years, for .27 of which he was on 'the sick list and received a guinea a week. ' "The remainder of the time he was superannuated he received 12/- and 7/- a week respectively, till the day of his death. "In.-addition ,to. this: he was periodically granted -a gift of £2/2/-, and. in' later years ` the Lodge paid a nurse 10/-,a week to look after 'Jackey' and his wife, who pre-deceased him. by two months. ."It is calculated he received considerably over- £1000 from.: 4be Lodge duririg .lis mkn ?riti;'r Aiid vwell- ,he might;, consider ing that he was 102 years .old when d'eath removed him `from the: ...

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SUNDAY SPORT (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

SUNDAY. SP.OR' - (To the Editor). SIR: Alderman Musto's uncall ed for, and .uncoiiplimentary re marks about those citizens of 'Parramatta 'who are opposed to organised sport in Parramatta Park on Sundays, coupling;.them with the Puritans of 'England, cannot go unchallenged. The Puritans of England were just ordinary working class men and women-who had personal 'contact and fellowship with that sublime and outstanding figure of all history, the Saviour of Mankind. It seems that one of the Puri tans' outstanding and peculiar faults was their staunch uncom promising defence of the Chris tian Sabbath on Sunday-the Lord's Day-as a day of rest and worship, and not a day of sport and worldly pleasure.. Alderman Musto, and others like him must not forget that be hind all the noise and bustle of everyday existence - behind all the sport and play and pleas sure of life - is the Eterfal Creator and Saviour, who has, placed us upon a very beautiful' .and wonderful-earth. Surely we can spare one...

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Baby Health Centre [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Baby Health Centre. - Attendance for January at the Merrylands Baby -Health Centre was .605, the Sister in Charge has told Holroyd Council. -. A total of 26 new babies was enrolled.

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LANDS £1500 JOB [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Mr. William Charles An c rel.vs has -een appointed City Engineer by Parra Matta 'y Council. at a salary of £1500 a year (in clusive of £20 as town plan ner)" 'sub~j;it t basic wage 11 adrustments.

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SEWERAGE "TOO COSTLY" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

SEWERAGE "TOO COSTLY" Cost' of sewering Coleman, Webb ·and .Laura streets would be too -heavy to warrant exten sion of the .existing system; in .May's Hill, the Water Board has :told Holroyd Council,.:: ` The board was commenting on a . request 'from: the May's Hill Progress: Association' asking for sewverage to three streets. The bard stated that the streets were on the extreme western limits of Clay Cliff Creek Catchment, which; needed 'to be dealt with by a compre hensive scheine. .Reticulation of this area de pended upon the extension of the ,present system and heavy ex penditure would be involved in zonstructing a sub-main through 'arge.)' tracts of - undeveloped country.. The board added: "Resources are being allocated on a strict basis of selection determined largely by comparative develop ment. "On this ground the. Clay. Cliff Creek. Catchment is not a scheine that- can be given preference. "It is unlikely that sewerage of the locality : will .be possible for a number of yea...

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