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Westmead Death [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

Westmead Death William, Henry -Turner, - of Bailey Street, -Westmead, died at the age of. 78 years. He was predeceased by his wife, Christina, and is survived Sby one son. Interment took place in Pros pect Church .of England Ceme tery.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

only an expert can create such beauty ! Expert knowledge and the finesse of skilfully ' trained hands are the only means to a soft easy-to-manage wave. Women can make their "permanent" appointments, permanently, with ia the Frances Salon. 24 Macquarie St., PARRAMATTA - UW 9123 The Best in Radio... The Essence of Beauty v ' "l" .. ..... / _ N. - .Y Yaa q*. tl l THE NEW SAFETY SEALED 4 VALVE MANTEL In-. the exquisite "Style Line" totally enclosed plastic cabinet, incorporating the famous original Phantom Valve reflex circuit, you will find your dream radio - a radio created and produced for your enjoyment. Priced at £18/10/- in walnut. TERMS AVAILABLE for your Convenience. K: ' PARRAMATTA . . . . UW7167 320 Church Street HURSTVILLE. . . . . LU 1470 EASTWO OD .* . . -o WL16881 AtN-? W "ASHFIELD """ "- UA5304 BEDSIDE CHE SOUND VALUES for the Boy or Girl's Room S oi With 3 drawers solidly me Suggestions for Furnishing the Boy or Girl's Bedroom . . . that in light colour oak. V .............

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

MOTOR CARS I MANS Sports ,. Singer, .engine. bst een reconditioned, price 50. 1938 De Soto sedan, runs ell1 £350. AR Ross St., Param 0,tta. UW6712. ONTIAC 6, l.Jd two-door sedan, £605 cash. At rear 315 Sydney Rd.. Granville. SITUATIONS VACANT COOK-GENERAL, 2 adults. rood ern home, exery convenience, own batl; liberal outings. Castle Hill. But stops gate. UW2309. POSITION. WANT62V iVIDOW. middlc-aged, wants position housekeeper or care invalid, all duties. small wages. 1536 Argus. LOST & FOUND UND-Comfort-fitting and perfect vision glasses at low cost at C. McKenzie, M.I.O., Optometrist and Optician, Moxham'. Chambers (over Henderson & Gregg's), UW9179. LOST, lady's gold watch, Thursday, 10th August, between Meggitts and railway; good reward; sentimental value. Please ring UW9931. LOST, Tues. 1st, small maroon purse cont. approx. £4, vic. Thompson's, Merrylands. Reward. 52 Monitor Rd., Merrylands. POULTRY CHICKS, R.I.R., Aust.. X.B., W.L., pullets, cockerels, day olds...

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Leaving Certificates [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

K Lea~'ir Cº ti1a ates The L r ig.Ce&ifcatesgaine .i by candidates of "Parramatta High School at the 1949 examina- - tion are to hand and may be obtained at the school.

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Permission To Build In Green Belt Area [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

* Permission To Build In Green Belt Area. Holroyd Council has agreed to allow several homebuilders to erect cottages on land in zoned green belt" areas in the munici pality. Council, however, has not yet passed plans for the buildings. Sites for the homes are in Hunt and James Streets.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

Plain or Coloured Florentine / Blinds & Awnings tfq&'z All Canvas and Camping Goods. Tarpaulins, Tents and Auto Tents, Horse, Cow and Dog Rugs, etc. Order Now for Summer Purchase on the Lay-by. J. SMITH NING S Hardware and Produce - 5Windsor Road, NORTHMEAD 'Phone: UW 8055 LADES - Please Noe! Have your Frock made-to-ineasure in.21 days Choose your Own Design and Material from our range of latest patterns. CASH -oR EASY TERMS For Our :Representative to call, write .. . SSTANDARD RETAILERS BOX 34, POST OFFICE GRANVILLE S-. PAYS : A:DVE.T ISE IHO ^M P Sr m .SAUE 11 LARGE BOTTLE GEORGE STREET, PARRAMATTA (2 doors fro Tattersals te a ntworte, Me S: ILARGE BOTTLE ? ?: A. :THOMPSON & -SONS PTY. LTD. CHURCH:STREET, PARRAMATTA (near Great Western Road)' GEORGE -STREET, PARRAMATTA (2 doors from Tatterall'r Hotel), and Harris Park, Wentworthvioe,. Merriands .. CUMBERLAND REFRIGERATION CO. -PITT STREET, MERRYLANDS Electrice, Commercial & Domesti?- Sales, Service ...

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FINED FOR "LANGUAGE" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

FINED FOR "LANGUAGE" . Alexander McLoughian: .."(28!, laborer, of Hargrave Park Hous in-" Settlement, was fined £3 by Mr. Brooke, S.M., at Parramatta Court, last week, for having used indecent language. He pleaded -guilty to' the charge. Constable Weber, of the Vice Squad, Parramatta, said in evi dence that McLoughian had used the language complained of to •his (McLoughian's). wife outside a wine bar in George Street, Parramatta.. There were a r.unber of peo ple - about at the time,- Con stable. Weber added. . ... - . ..

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WINDOW SMASH WAS EXPENSIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

WINDOW SMASH, WAS EXPENSIVE A 19-years-old Merrylands labourer was ordered. to pay £30 compensation :for damag ing a plate glass window, by Mr. Brooke, S.M., at Parra matta Court last week. He was also fined £5 for malicious damage, £3 for re sisting arrest and £3 for of fensive behaviour. He is Clarence Atkins, of Desmond Street, Merrylands. Atkins pleaded guilty to all charges. Constable' Brand,'.of Parra matta Police, said in evidence that he saw Atkins in a fight with three men in Guildford Road, Guildford. He said Atkins- struck one of, the men, knocking him into a window of Schey's hair dressing shop. Atkins was under the influ ence but not well under it. When arrested, Constable Brand said, defendant resisted and threw a number of punches. Atkins told the Court that at' the time he was under the influence of liquor. "Two blokes picked my mate and myself," he said.. "I was struck over the eye and hit back. I did not know I was so close to the window and knocked him back."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1882 WE £ 5 to £2,000. SMALL AMOUNTS WITHOUT SECURITY THE NEW SOUTH WALES Deposit & Investment Company Limited. 190 CHURCH STREET PARRAMATTA (entrance Macquarie St.) Telephone UW 9761. "A 600D FIRM TO WORKI FOR" 16 to 21 YEARS OF AGE ARE REQUIRED FOR WORK AT BISCUIT FACTORY HOMEBUSH a EASY WALK FROM HOMEBUSH OR NORTH STRATHFIELD RAILWAY STATIONS.. * BURWOOD-LIDCOMBE BUS STOPS AT GEORGE ST., HOMEBUSH. a HOURS: 7.45 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. NO SATURDAY WORK. a OPPORTUNITIES TO EARN GOOD MONEY. BRUNTON'S FLOUR PLAIN AND SELF-RAISING ASK F R I T! BLOOD, SKIN and NERVE SPECIALIST ALFALINE A Guaranteed Remedy for increasing vim and vigour and restoring youthful vitality. Herr VITALITY Rassmussen also specialises in Rheumatism, Liver PILLS and Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, 'Gall Stones, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Neuritis, Eczema, Psoriasis and all Skin Diseases Bottle 6/-. ALL .KINDS. TRUSSES AND 'GENTLEMEN'S NECESSITIES STOCKED. RE"' HERR RASSMUSSEN FREE. H The Danish...

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CITRUS TO BRITAIN INFECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

CITRUS TO BRITAIN INFECTED. Large -shipments of N.S.W. oranges, grapefruit and lemons, intended for export to the United Kingdom, have suffered heavy rejections at wharfside owing to Miuch of the fruit being infected With septoria spot, the Division of Horticulture of the Depart ment of Agriculture advises. Even with the close examina tions being made by departmen tal inspectors, it is expected that some infected fruit will get away. This may cause serious break down in the fruit during the YOyage. I If this happens it may have a bad effect on future citrus exports, as this year's are the first to the United Kingdom since the war. In the interests of the industry, therefore, it behoves everyone concerned-grower, packer, ship.. per-to take special care in Selecting sound fruit for export.

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WAR BEGINS ON INSECT PESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

WAR BEGINS ON INSECT PESTS Because citrus trees are then Stheir dormant state, June and ply are the most suitable "onths in which to apply. win er lime sulphur sprays for con ,olof white louse scale and citrus bud mite, and to clean the trunks and main limbs of ichen and mossy growth, points rut the Entomological Branch of e Department of Agriculture. The safe period for spraying usually ends about the close of the first week in August. provided the trees are in good condition, and soil moisture con tent is not too low, it is usually safe to apply lime sulphur sprays to the insides of citrus trees, and even all over the foliage surfaces' at strengths of 7/2 gallons of concentrated lime sulphur to 100 gallons of water. Trees suffering from dry soil conditions, or with weak root °systems, are likely to drop ex cessive quantities of leaves after lime slphur spraying, but injury is most likely to occur when trees have received an earlier Bordeaux spray programme dur ing the same season....

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Holroyd Building Applications [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Hoiroyd Building Application S Building applications total ling £50,815 have been lodg ed with Holroyd Couicil. Applications include the con struction of a brick home in Cots wold St., estimated to cost £2600, and a home in Centenary Rd, costing 2275. i Details: R. Duff, WB/T cot tage, Mason St., £1800; R. Mur-. doch, add. to cottage, Windsor Rd., £250; D. Wood, F/T cot tage and garage, Lockwood St., £1000; J. Camilleri, poultry sheds, Ettalong Rd., £350; W. Stanford, garage, Toongabbie Rd., £100; E. Balchin, garage, Emert St., £60; J. Crichley, B/T cottage, Cotswold St., £2600; G. Miles, F/T cottage, 'L~eigh St., £1300; J. Kirk, F/T cottage, Layton St., £1500; E. Beard, add. to cottage, Denmark St., £125; P. Deguara, F/T cottage, Hilt Top Rd., £1700; J. Mercieca, F/T cottage, Rawson St., £2000; A. Lennox, F/T cottage and gar age, Centenary Rd., £2275; P. Micallef, F/T cottage- and gar age, Old Prospect Rd., £1800; R. Hosford F/T cottage, Yeelnd St., £1600; J. Windsor, add. to cotta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

FOR SALE ANOS F. and F. Hayes, Sew PIANOSe Specialists, 107 Pguarramatta Road, n Gra-nville. Also at Chatswood. JA5716. faultlOY Chest, converditionble into ward-at robe; Dressing Table and B prices for immedsiatead. The "Delnita." Never used, Cost free£48/10/; our price, £32/10/. Cashu terms. Player Seat and Rolls suppliers free. "We TUNE and SERVICE free for twerms. Parramatta Livherefore Stock, 57 George St., op'p. Gas Co., 1st, door in lane. VATCHES, Swiss, High-grade ladies; a nd gents' Wr ist let Watches, im Insported direcrument from Switzerland. Guaranteed and serviced by S McGarr ity, Astra Jewellerypianos, 271 Macuarivlle RoadSt., opposite Murrayckvlle, LM5268; or 120 Church Street, Bros., Parramatta. UW9233 SINGER. Drophead Machines, and other reliable makDressing Table, Bedwrit ten guard anted Wire proMattress, efficiento repair£19/10/. Cash or terms. Parrbinets made to fit any type George Shead. opp. Gas Co., 1st door ewing Machine IELL your old Silverware, Vases, SpOrn...

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P'matta Posties Had Mixed Reception In "Regulation Strike" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

P'matta Posties Had Mixed Reception In "Regulation Strike" Parramatta Posties last week ran a gauntlet ranging from light-hearted banter to abuse during the two. day "Regula tions Strike" in protest against alleged Departmental tardi ness in granting a new award. Scrupulous observance of regulations seriously delayed mails and meant an extra three or four hours work a day (at overtime rates) for Posties. In general the public took the "strike" good-naturedly and en joyed the sight of the Posties meticulously carrying out archaic regulations. They securely fastened mail bags after every delivery, even if they had to walk only a few feet to the next, carefully in spected telephone booths for dirty windows,- damaged directories, etc., refused to give mail to any one but the heads of establish ments and knocked-off on the dot (even in the middle of a de livery) for meal breaks. However, there were some pretty tart comments from people anxiously awaiting im portant letters and parcels. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

S. ...dTROUSERS s? s.SRE-r Pure WOOL SERGE Cream Trousers, alsoa magnificent WO L GABERDINE Cream Sports Trouser now GABERDNE available in all fittings for norrmal, tall: and stouts. ",?: " -Buy snow or LAY-BY ... while present 298 -&3O .'c St.. R m 7 AJASTRALIAS LEBsAQlnGw Tq WU. E ·_88~81 ,wEt ".4410n ý Plcdn;& ol o ired P inFloroes rine 1 'linds A YT.ii,?,s qoU Ai All. Canvas and Camping Tarpauiins, ' "Thntat and Auto Tents,' Horse,: ow and Dog Rugsp etc. Order Now: for Summer Purchase on the Lay-by. 1 Windsor Road, S.NORTHMEAD 'Phone: UW 8055 PAULINE B- ELL 52 GiEORGE STREET Phone: UW 8415 VENETIAN AND HOLLAND BLIND .SPECIALIST FURNISHINGS & CURTAINS MADE TO ORDER Phone: UW 8415 ......-:4. "re s h a e r 7 ` ; 'arie% r .... ... . ig ... o ,h oose %. -... . ::.:: Sfromat prices you can afford. "METTERS" No. 0 GALV. CHIP HEATER .............•86 CHIP HEATERS "METTErS" No. 7 GALV. CHIP HEATER WITH -___ _ ' SHOWER ...............-...£5'. - 0/ "r"METTERS" -No. 0...

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HOME WITH THE RANGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

HCME WITH THE RANGERS The following letter has bern--received: from the sec retary of the Rangers' Re creation and Sports Club (Mr. S. Teale): Once again, on behalf of the Rangers, I wish to ex press the heartfelt appre ciation of all concerned, to the Argus, for the many items published of Rangers' 1949-50 Criclet and Soccer activities, which has, as in part years, kept supporters, friends, and members' par ents, well informed on how the club is progressing. Also, it must not be for gotten that knowing of Rangers' 'doings, through the medium of the Argus, has proved of great benefit to players, and has enabled the club to enjoy more sup port, plus plenity of interest, thali ever before. I.:.ii conclusion, the best wishes of the Rangers' Club go. out to the .Cumberland Argus, and all its associ ates, for continued success and prosperity, with a word :of thanks again for the co operation and assistance re qived, by ;our -club.

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TELL US ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

??ELL US ABOUT IT The Argus welcomes- items 'on all: 0district social activ-, ities. SThese -include . weddings' ,birthday :parties, dances, etc. SEasy - to - fill -n wedding forms will .be sent free on .application to ithe social' re porter. Any news .items must be Written in ink.or:-neatly typed (double spaced). Pen-i cil??t copy :?ill ;-ot' be ac ,ce?ted. i..Thley may be left in the .box;~irn:o. 2platform? Par -r.miatta railway. station,: or posted t&oThe Argus Office, .Box :20; '.O.. Parramatta. Or --ing o?1W.? 4, l'e tension i14.

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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

ly" B,.,+ SCHOOLBOUND k i d s were up to their usual monkey tricks aboard the train for Parramatta, yes terday morning. But one there was, writ ing furiously in his exer cise book, utterly oblivi ous to the racket. He was writing, line after line . . . "I must learn to control my s el f in school." SHE venerable old organ in St. Mark's Church of Eng land, Granville,. is ' to all in tents and purposes, dead of old age and hard work. Experts say a. new organ would cost at least £1,500 and so far only £8 is in hand. On top of this, £1,000 has been spent in three years on essential repairs to the Chure, which is also committed to the tune of £600 for repairs to the chancel roof. "Are there among, your readers lovers of good Church music wh9 may care to help St: Mark's towards the p.ur-, chase ;of a ne? :rg:! peals. i-te` -Recto' ,.(Re??i. Oliver). The number is UU1073. +- +: + AXSEA, sir? Friend of mine, just back from Blighty, tells me that week end "take your own taxi" trips to Paris ...

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

; arywww.. nwwadd cwwa s P ur taer .((By: Harry Quigley.) How it works out I don't know, but horse shoes are frequently . attached to the rear, of bridal, cars for ,uck. On' Saturday morning a' filly, ..trained by Colin Papworth, re turned from a : gallop with a 'shoe so firmly entangled ini her. tail: that* it took a lot of ,releas-' ing. How it got there is a prob -lem, but let's hope it was a lucky symbol. 'When N e w. cast l e. trainer, Charlie Unwin,_ came" to- Rose-. :::hill, from. -Newcastle, last Fri day,' with his charges, Val Bowl and -Sudi, he was back. on his old stamping ground. Charlie was born in Granville, of which. municipality .his grand dad,: also Charlie, was mayor. in v.1889. A Granville street 'is named: after the:. late Ald. Un win. "At Rosehill last Saturday : I brought 'together : two one-time local ., apprentices, who had-riot seen each other for thirty years. They were Tommy O'Bryan and Les Sieley, who, as youths, were attached to successful stables, Tommy...

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RECITAL BY YOUNG PIANIST [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

RECITAL BY YOUNG PIANIST Parishioners, in particular. would follow the career of 16 year-old Merrylands pianist, Pamela Page, with keen in terest, the Rector of St. Mark's Church of England, Granville (Rev. C. L. Oliver), said last week. Mr. Oliver was speaking at a musicale in the Granville Town Hall at which Pamela was guest artist The Mayor of Parramatta (Alderman E. A. Mobbs), Mrs. W. H. Lamb, wife of the Speake of the legislative Assembly, and Archibald prize-winner, Joshua -Smith, were among the 100 guests present. Pamela recently was awarded3 an Empire (Overseas) Exhibition to the Trinity College of Music. London, and will leave for Eng land next year. Her playing, of Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata, Chopin's Scherzo in Bb Minor Opus 31. and the difficult Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6, were -enthusi astically received. Associate artists were tenor `Frederick Foxley, boy soprano. Barry Hobart, and flautist Mau rice Jackson. Possessor of a fine tenor voice, Mr. Foxley, though s...

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