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BRIDE CHOSE OFF-WHITE ANGEL SKIN GOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

1tBRIOE CaOSlSE OFF-WHITE ANGEL `SKIN GOWN An embroidered veil and bouquet of white gardeiiias and carnations, conpiileted the iff white angel skin bridal en semble worn recently by Mar garet ("Bonnie"), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murray, of Auburn, at her marriage to Kenneth McGuiness, in St. Phillip's Church of England, Auburn. In the absence due to illness of her father, the bride was giveh away by Her dncl~e Mr. Alli3rt Wo6d. MHitron` of honor, Mrs. Peter Coriwall,; and> brid imaidi, Betty' Barnes, chose gowns of lilac marquisette and taffeta. A'l'so in attendance weire three year-old flower girl Marilyn Wallihngton, and five-year-old page boy George Wallir.gton. Son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Mc Guiness, of Bede Street, Lid Sombe, tihe 'groom was. assisted by A'rchie lt\cAllister and Cecil McGuiness. Rev. W. J. Reboul was the officiatiig clergyman. During the ceremony, Mrs. South sang "O Promise Me" and 'I Love You Truly." Thirty-six guests were. later enttertained at a receptio...

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

SFm Harry Qui Pu er . * ' .; B h iaiy. ai~~gl'.' *While the Murrum bidgee was recording an all-high flood last week, a horse of that name,. ,trained at Rosehill :by. :Jack Ryan, was winning a race at Orange. "If he's true to label Mur 'rumbidgee should be a good mud-runner. + .+ + George Craft, :former :Rosehill trainer .of Rex Felt and .Lord Rex, was having a look • over the old course on Saturday. Now living in retirement at .Woy Woy, George mixes fishing with bowls. In his younger days, George was a good billiards player and ir',ariably an expert at .Lin :drum's game :becomes good at 'bowls. Some years ago, Keith Watter son .was one of the most prom ising apprentices in Sydney, but he grew too big and fat. Last Saturday, at Grafton, he .-got back into the business when .he was offered the mount- on Lady's Lad, -weighted at 9.9. 'Making the most of his opportunity and showing 'much of. his former skill he beat brother Ray into second ,place. There have .been :a number of Wattersor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

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Presentation To Magpie Tourists [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Presentation To Magpiie Touiists Magpie .soccer tourists, George Sanders and Eric Hulme, were guests of honour at a presenta tion "smoko" held, by Granville Soccer, Club at` Granville Town Hall recently. The Mayor of Parramatta (Ald. E.: Mobbs), presented the two players with travelling cases on behalf of' the club. Mr. Lamb, M.L.A., proposed a toast to the club, stressing the honour gained and the long as sociation with International sport of the Granville Club. 'Representatives, of the Parra matta Rugby Union, Parramatta Rugby League, Parramatta and Granville Bowling clubs and of ficials from the N.S.W. Soccer Association attended. George Sanders and Eric Hulme leave for South Africa on April 19 and the club has arranged to give them a farewell dance on April 12 at the Soldiers' Hall, Granville. This year the club tried players from practically every European country, and it will be interesting to see how many sur vive the final gradings. Granville have all of -last year's. player...

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DRUIDS' BANQUET AT MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

DRUIDS' BANQUET AT MERRYLANDS Merrylands Druids celebrated their 36th Anniversary in the Masonic Hall, Merrylands, on Tuesday with a banquet to .which they invited members, of .the Past !Grand Presidents' Associa tion of N.S.W. led by P.G.P. Bro. Frank Sails, an old Lidcombe identity, and members of the kindred societies of Merrjylands. Those represented were the M.U.1.O.O.F., G.U.O.O.F. and the P.A.F.S. societies. - Representatives were .present from the district' branches of the order at Cabramatta;, Fairfield, Guildford, Granville, Auburn, Parramatta, Westmead, Went worthville and St. Marys. P.A. Bro. C. P. Kelleher; who was presiding officer, assisted by the secretary P.G.F. Bro. N. R. Silverstone, entertained the guests with a musical programme provided by Mrs. Beattie as pianist, .Doug Bailey, magician and ventriloquist, Dink Pattison and magician "Carlton."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

JUNIORS MALEE and FEMALE required. for. our modern mill, to learn, an excellent profitable trade as Circular Machine iKnitters. Good Wages and Conditions. Excellent Bontius Rates ,after ;reaching efficient Standard. 42-day week. Apply ALPHA KNITWEAR PTY. LTD. 60 King Street, NEWTOWN CM RISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PARRAMATTA SMITH STREET, PARRAMATTA SERVICES : SUNDAY, 10.30 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 10.30 a.m. Wednesday Evening Meetings, at 8 c'clock, include Testimonies. of Christian Science Healing. Reading Room and Free Library 12.0 till 5.0, Monday.tos Friday, Wednesday, 7..30. RUNTON',S FLOUR, PLAIN: AND SELF-RAISING .ASK FOR IT! You Can Get Cash for those unused articles in your lumber-rooim, simply by using Our Classified Advertisements TO OFFER. THEM FOR SALE .! t * See us immediattely Let us give you a demonstr ation ri ? n arrange now for- . . EARLY DELIV :Y MARSHALLS MOTRS. i 1(Authorised Sales and Serv·3i?P CHiURCRH STREETA PARRAMI LTTA Ss a...

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A.I.S. FOR EXPERIMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

A.I.S. FOR EXPERIMENTS . During the Royal Easter Show next month a conference of Aus tralian Illawarra Shorthorn -So ciety branch representatives is likely to be held in Sydney to see what can be done about per suading the C.S.I.R.O. to conduct experiments at the New :Eng land University (Armidale) with. pure-bred A.I.S. cattle on lines similar to those now being con ducted with Jerseys.

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Council Donation [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

'Council Donation ,Holroyd 'Council last week voted a -donation of £5/5/ to the work of the Parramatta and dis trict branch of .the Sydney .Dis trict Nursing Association. The council had not contri-. buted previously. The Mayor ..(Ald. W. Camp bell) said the -District Nursing :Association was . doing "a won-. derful service." Holroyd Council. has decide~d to purchase a -£200 cash register from Kogarah Council:h The council expects to. take deliveryf shortly.

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POLLED OR HORNED A.I.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

POLLED OR HORNED A.I.S. Mid-Rivers N.S.W." Branch of the Australian Illawarra Short horn Society has been discuss ing the pros and cons of poll or polled cattle, and whether they could be accepted for re gistration in A.I.S. Herd books. After a debate at Kempsey last week, it was decided to ask the Federal Council to set up a special: sub-committee to inves tigate the whole question in the hope that natural poll and cattle which.'have been polled be not admitted to the. Society's herd book.

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Shield For Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Shield For Golf Club The committee which conducted last year's Holroyd Civic Ball, held at the Cumberland Country Golf Clhib, has donated a com petition shield nrid £30 in cash to the golf club. :The shield will be for. compe tition among members under the handicap limit of 18. over 36 holes' play. The shield and its glass case are v&lued at £20.

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Women Cast Approving Eyes On Autumn Fashions [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Women Cast Approving Eyes On Autumn Fashions Keen interest was displayed by 500 women last week at the Home Service Club's Autumn Fashion Parades[ in the Gas light Conqpany's Auditoriuim, George Street, Parramatta. Parade was compered by'. Mrs. Bowring. Programme. opened with a sportswear tableau by courtesy of Jantzen. Tableau featured winter wear which was both practical and attractive. Underwear with a definite price appeal was displayed by Cuic Salon. Ridgewell's followed with a comprehensive range of jumpers, cardigans, skirts, suits, coats, evening wear, together with full bridal pageant. Moderately priced hats from R. Brown's featured new season's colours and designs. Glamorous accessories were provided by Masterman's Bag Store. Attractively priced children's and tiny tots' wear from Helena won 'popular appeal. Modelling was done volun tarily by Naincy 'Dick, Marjory Smith, 'May Kielt, Norma Mc Donald, Mrs. Gibb, Mrs.. Cor thorn, Peggy Majer, Ila Brown, 1Mrs. Rutlege, Mrs. Sh...

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FETCHED £2 FOR PURLOINING GLASS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

-ETCHED . £2 FOR.. PURLOINING GLASS • It wasn't obvious to the out ward eye, but, on Saturday, ,March 18, Parramatta was in the grip of a strange epide mic. You won't find mention of this particular epidemic in medical dictionaries, but you will in crime sheets. It's "called-with a regrettable lack of punch and, precision "having goods in custody rea sonably suspected of beiig stolen or unlawfully obtained." In Parramatta last week it took the fbrm of lifting glasses in large numbers from hotel3 and wine saloons. A constable said in evidence at Parramatta Petty Sessions that one hotel proprietor reported on "black" Saturday the loss of 72 glasses and a saloon keeper the loss of 21. This was revealed when Wil liam Frederick Odlum, 42, car penter, of Meakin Street, Merry lands, appeared before Mr. Brooke, S.M., on a charge of hav ing two glasses in his: custody reasonably suspected of being stolen. He pleaded guilty. Const. Faulkener told Mr. Brooke that at 3.25 p.m. on the afternoon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

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SACRED CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

The Parramatta City Council . has approved of the City of: Parramatta and Districts Police Citizens Boys' Club holding an( ,ope air ..sacred concert i4:* -Prince Alfred-Parik; Parramatta - on Good ;Fridy; April 7. Tlhe concer will conimence at 8 pim. and sacred sonigs will be: refidered by. many artists' ofi note. :.iBand : music" will be sisupplied: by the itAchhardt'Polije-Citizens : f t "i l ; , ' :::h ` - '; :,wi l d b-e.d1 ` j3 i ...Ii. - = ,s h -,' in > .- its-.. irn.-.' be e i Constab e' ohni lmnett, in will also sig -Members of 'the Parramatta. Choral ;Society:: will present ex erpts from many :famous -com? 'positions. ' No eitrance fee will be charged..

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NIGHT TENNIS COURT APPROVED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

¶FHT TENNIS COURT APPROVED Permission to ,build a tennis %court on four allotments in Car digan Street, Guildford, was granted by Holroyd Council on Tuesday, despite an objection by a nearby resident. The applicant, G. Pike, told council that .the court would ,be floodlit and would be available to the public for night tennis. He included . names .of 12 .resi dents Who . had indicated no ob jection ,,to -the proposed, court. In a. letter :protesting against the court, a resident of Cardi gan Street :said the court would almost ailjqin his premises and would create a nuisance. Council decided the court :was sufficiently far away from the adjoining property--28 :feet-not to constitute -a -hitisance to the occupant.

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Sydney Exhibition By Parramatta Artist [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Exhibitien of 35 paintingsI by Parram atta artist iM~iss Betty Miller was opened -at the Grosvenor Gal leries last week. result ~f the artist's recent-tour abrcad, ;:uring :which she `visit e d Switzeitlznd, Fiance, H- ol .and -and the lBitish Isles.. .After her return to Australia Miss Miller spent several months as the guest of -Mrs. -Rutherford -at Nyrang, who opened the ex libition. "Mis Miiier, a vivacious bru 'rr-tte, held the first exhibition cdf her wcrk at Orange :in 1947 wh'? . all. her paintings -found purchasers. Of = the success of her country: exhibition -she says: "I found that the country folk showed keen. appreciation of :paintings showing their own well loved ilaqes." Miss Miller .described her -re ..cent tour of ngland as "a won ;1erfuil experience' and said .the Thames -foreshores presented an endless variety of .studies for the -young I artist. Included in- her exhibition at .the Grcsvenor Galleries are ,cenes .cf ;Parramatta Park. and he King's School. Critics ...

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CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

CYCLING The Lidcombe Amateur Club, after a successful season of track racing, will hold a dance in the Protestant Hall, Parramatta, on March 31.

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SAINTS DOWN PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

SAINTS DOWN PARRAMATTA Parramatta and St.... George played a series of four trial games last Saturday and alto gether tried out over 90 play ers each. Junior players on both sides dominated the play, and in many instances will be knocking at the door for first grade selection as the season progresses. St. George were well served by a trio of ex-school football ers from the Newcastle district; J. Holden a half. back, D. Brooker a capable full back and J. Laffey who played in the centres. They were also strengthened by the return of J. Menton, five eight, who has. been. out of the game with a fractured wrist and J. Zemiancheff, from Eastern Suburbs. Parramatta -this season appear to be in the happy position of having quite a number of young sters, mostly backs, who on pres ent -form will certainly make their mark in football, if not this season, certainly in the seasor., to come. R. Culey, H. Naylor, F. Pil char, E. Crozier and J. Grin ham; were very impressive and played constructive...

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STREET STALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

STREET STALL A street sta4 ill be condiicted by the Weintworthville Presby terian.Chur~hi Women's Guild at the cornir OfStatioh Street and . The Kingsway, Wentorthvili, on "+ 'p+i+' ' . It ' '

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