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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 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 the Frances Salon. 24 Macquarie St., PARRAMATTA- UW 9123;: J. A. CAMPBELL WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER (Member of the -Horological Guild) Bj Be Sure and Buy 14 Darcy Street, that G if t where, PARRAMATTA you .know it can. PHONE UW 8026 be repaired in the A Fountain Pen future' if neces- . sary. . the Real Gift. SUMM PENS... Including the 175 Model with the Unconditional Guarantee. All.' Makes of Pens See Our Di3play of Repaired. - Same: Day LEATHER GOODS Service. DIAMOND' RINGS ... Remodelled. PEARLS Re-strung. CRYSTALS RE-WIRED. Gold and.. Silver Lettering. Stamped. ON AL 'i1PE HER GOODS. All Work Don On Premises. PARRAMATTA. . UW7167 320 Church Street HURSTVILLE . . .,. . LU1470 165 and 305 Forest Rood ' - EASTWOOD .. . .WL 1688 .. . 147-149 Rowe Street f4 Q AA A 4...

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

For that cool spring evening FUR CAPES by De-Barte We can supply from our stocks of fashionable Copes or remodel that old Coat or Jacket into a fashionable Cape. From 3 Gns. S. Silver Fox Copes - 24 Gns., 26 Gns., 38 Gns., 50 Gns. Australian. Fox Capes - From 12 Gns., 14 Gns.; 16 Gns. Lapin Coats, from 6 Gns:, 7 Gns., 8 Gns. Fitch Capes, 9 Gns. Peschaniki Capes, 38 Gns. .M. De-Barte Manufacturing Furrier, Tanner l and Dyer First Floor, Arcade Chambers, S Arcade, Parramatta Phone UW 9339. Est. 1930 I "eid Sevice Stat "n (Sydney- Stafford Pty. Ltd.):. UU 2431 UU 2431 OPP. VAUXHALL HOTEL, GRANVILLE SERVICE TO THE MOTORING PUBLIC SEVEN DAY PETROL AND OIL SERVICE. MARFAX GREASING SERVICE. EFFICIENT MECHANICAL SERVICE SEXPERT PANEL BEATING SERVICE. ACCESSORIES AT CITY PRICES. FAST BATTERY CHARGING. SAUTHORISED INSPECTION STATION. LAURIE LUND, Manager. W. T. COGG"INSPTY. LTD. are pleased to = SAUNII' S BROS. as local dealers T .4 Telephone: UW 8304 BEDFORD TRUCKS * HOLDEN CARS C. BID WE. L...

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

HATMFF$ Noted for, q, º pre Deal for Over 25 Years John Dunne (2SM) Says y tr fet weary hen you cn - little SEE ALL THE LEAINWEEKLY S- - - - - " - - - - - from as little as - WEEKL your old set r..--. as pa rt payment. SDEPOSIT .90 G ns • . .. WEEKLY . . ,;STROMBERG CARLSON E £C ash C aPrice 3 ..i. '." :. 9 5 DEPOSIT " ..., ... H- . .";1 /I..R WEEKLYWEEKLY r.., ....C...:s.P6ce ? I IPS DEP....I? / E s7 . G s ?o D. ; RA . ." . ,EeKLY . . C£sh Price-c M T S .. .R.. OMB?EL/ .SAOMS IG WEEKLY K9'" "-/ Cash Prc ah PAMA . . 4/74DEPOSI1 Gs .G .. " -W EKYWEEKLY ý. L A. i " " "/I - "a cO?4 eSP a y "H.M. ..I . " S.. . .l ,DEPOSI, . £ 12Z.,, ..9 4 .fc.n SriIe, "' Casl Gie., Seri "e SEvery' E 68 OP MATTA4 ,o, " p,?m .=ri?r Fridayr, ? . . . . .. . ei , £ '.. . ., : . ; , . '''· eP QS ''A

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Public Telephones For Northmead Post Office [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Public Telephonesr For Northmead Post Office Mr. Roy Wheeler, M.H.R., has been; advised by the Postmaster General's Department that a twin-pair, of full length public telephone, .cabinets. are to be placed. at. Northmead Post Office. They: should be ready for instal lation in about.five weeks. They will .replace the existing facilities there;. Approval had been given .pre viously for the new ,installation but it was held up by short age of materials. In response to Mr. Wheeler's representations, however, the Department has now agreed.. to give it a higher priority.

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RECRUITS WANTED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

RECRUITS WANTED Granville St. John Ambulance Division- urgently, needs, new members. Approved: candidates. :will re ceive a free uniform and amenities while they are on duty will include: Free admission to. Rosehill races; local football grounds, Granvillb showgrounds, theatres, invitations to local picnics. Applications should be made to the Secretary, G. Franklin, Congregational Church Hall, Good Street,. Granville, any Thursday night at eight o'clock. First. aid.. classes will. start on August 21.

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NEW PLANT FOR CITY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

NEW PLANT FOR CITY COUNCIL. Parramatta City Council .is considering spending more:than, £20;000 to replace worn-out road plant. Council iasi week adopted a report from the City Engineer (Mr. W. C. Andrews) making certain recommendations for the purchase of equipment. Mr.: Andrews has suggested dis posal, of worn-out equipment used. for grading, haulage and transportation. He .has also suggested purchase of a. heavy tractor loader, esti mated to cost £4,000, for excava tion work. Council has no equipment for this work, and is forced to use :hand labor, or -hired units. Other units recommended "'for purchase include two pneumatic tyred. loaders, each costing £1,200, two medium tandem drive graders, costing. £3,700 each, three 3-ton tipping trucks, at £1,100 each, and three 10-12 cwt;: utilities,. at £800 each. "If rCouncil proceeds with the proposal to scrap the equipment, it will mean an expenditure of £20,250," the Mayor (Ald. E. .A. .Mobbs) told aldermen. "However, as an offset to ...

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

BEANS Keep them groW? BEETROOT e o and free f tom CARROT. ing ant e LETTUCE eedswith te MARROW \ weeds a CUCUMBER best in Gaden TM ATOEN S Tools from TOMATOES PUMPKIN ! RUMSEYS. sQUASH SWEET CORN For SEEDS, PLANTS, SHRUBS, SPRAYS, DUSTS, in fact 'Everything for your Garden", see A j# .,10 CH ILNEY SWEEPING- W.J. CONNELLY CURTAINS AND: ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED. NO DUST - NO DIRT. S Stoves, Grates. Ranges, Coppers, Boilers, etc. FOR SERVICE - Phone'Day or Night. 9 Lackey Street, GRANVILLE - UU 1188 38I3P 9 Ilia[ G IL.I9F S **S H LAZZ **S G.ULDOR R.,GULDFRD 'hoe U 27 DEVELOPING AND PRINTING 24-Hour Service. Good Stocks of Photographic Supplies. Films, Cameras, etc. Airf / l§ 1.1 SI . I brl 1§1 I I?* 11W^ P * 1 GuILDFORD HARDWARE COO FOR CORRECT PRICES, SERVICE AND CIVILITY. PHONE UW 9164--WE DELIVER-RIGHT AT STATION, GUILDFORD Make a- Lay-by Now on .C "'CYCLOPS, TOYS S "BAYKO" BUILDING SETS - TRAIN SETS, etc. I C*rockery and CGifts for Xmas ; i - SAVE THE INCREASE IN PRICES PRESSUR COOKE...

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Mothers Say School Travel Is Danger To Children [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Mothers Say School Travel Is Danger To Children. Exposed to traffic dangers, young children had to travel on crowded buses to attend Parramatta Central School, because of lack of accom -modation at Parramatta East School, the president of the Mothers' Club, Mrs. J. Hen derson, said this week. "Children at Parramatta East School have to leave. after they have reached sec ond class standard, and at tend other schools in Parra matta," Mrs. Henderson said. "There are no facilities at the school to teach children passing to higher classes. "It is dangerous for children of" about eight years of age to have to travel on crowded buses into the main section of the. City. "When they reach Parra matta, they .are exposed to dangers in busy, bustling, Church Street. "Our area cries out for a primary school," Mrs. Hender son said. She suggested that the need ed primary department at the school could be built on the existing site in Albert Street, or incorporated in the pro posed High" School near...

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

METROPOLITAN DEALERS Ford V8 Cars and Trucks Howard Rotary Hoe PREFECT AND ANGLIA CARS Repairs and Service Executed by Competent Mechanics. UW 8828 - PARRAMATTA - UW 8829 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS Parramatta's Leading Funeral Directors Wiaian Metcalfe & Co. Pty. Ltd. .181 Church Street, PARRAMATTA UL:.W 8838 LARCGE STOCKS NOW AVAILABLE .4 x I T. & G. D.V. (fin. size 4 x 3), suitable for garage doors and partitions. 6 ..x T. & G. (fin. size 6 x i) for flooring. .6 x 1 T. & G. (fin. size 6 x *) for flooring. 6* x i Rusticated Weatherboards. 7". C. & C. Weatherboards. 4" Splayed Architrave. 3" Splayed Band Moulding. 2 x 1, 3 k 1, 4 X 1, 5 x 1, 6 x 1, 7x 1 D.A.R. Finishes, 4 each under. REGULAR SHIPMENTS ARRIVING Also Good Stocks of CANE-ITE - GYPROCK ^ aand HARDBOARD on hand. Cart od Glsmith .VICTORIA ROAD, PARRAMATTA 'PHONE UW 9974-5. ELECTRIC ySL SPRA NIT -ideal for light industrial and domestic uses YAL, WILL SPRAY PAINT, LACQUER, ENAMEL, OIL PAINT...

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'Berries Outclass Parramatta [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Srries. Outclass Parramatta Parramatta were outclassed by Canterbury-Bankstown in, the match at Belmore Oval on Sat-. urday. The 'Berries won handily, 23-9. Parramatta centre Ian John ston scored all his team's points with three tries. Canterbury full-back Willey played a great game and out shone his opposite number, Spencer. Canterbury-Bankstown, 23 (A. Crumpton 2, C. Cooper, R. Wil ley, T. Byrne tries; R. Willey 4 goals), beat Parramatta, 9 (I. Johnston 3 tries. Reserve Grade: Canterbury Bankstown, 18 (A. Schwebel 2, C. Hudson, F. O'Sullivan, tries;..' A. Nixon, 3 goals), beat Parra matta, 8 (J. Boland, R. O'Brien tries; C. Schomberg goal). Third Grade: Parramatta, 5 (M. Clarke, try; C. Fussell, goal) beat pCanterbury-Bankstown, 4 (D. Thompson 2 goals). Mrs. S.rah Thompson (96), of Blaxcell Street, Granville, died recently. Her husband, Charles, prede ceased her. Interment took place in Rook wood Independent Cemetery. The death occurred recently at the age of 91 years,- of Miss Mi...

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BIG NIGHT FOR FISHERMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

BIG .NIGHT' FOR FISHERMEN> The second annual dinner of the Parramatta Branch of the Amateur Fishermen's Associa tion was held at the Progress Hall, Northmead. The annual report presented by the secretary showed that the club has made progress. The membership is now over 80. Mr. Ponde and Mr. Allen, of the Amateur Fishermen's Asso ciation, were . present. They praised the progress of the Par ramatta Branch. Mr. Ponde presented trophies to the following members: J. Bourke for the point score competition; W. Stubbs, biggest bream; C. Berry, biggest flat head, also heaviest weight of fish in one week-end; G. Har bourne, heaviest weight of fish m one day. The president (Mr. Bill Ham mond) was unable to attend be cause of illness. Mr. George Wall, of the New castle Schnapper Club, attended the function. Trips for outside fishing are organised fortnightly by the club. Anyone wishing to seek further information should contact Mr. R. Brown, or ring UW 6737. Men give counsel; but they give...

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Parramatta Down To Randwick [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Parramatta Down To Randwick Parramatta and Randwick turned on an exciting Union dis play in the last match tf the season at Coogee Oval on Sat urday. Although Parramatta domin ated scrums and lineouts, Rand wick wcn 14-11. Parramatta lock Val Odell was shifted to the centre, and played an outstanding game. Randwick, 14 (H.' Payne, L. Slattery tries, F. Back penalty try, R., Booth 1 penalty goal, 1. goal), beat .Parramatta, 11 (H. Elliott, V. Odell. tries,. T. Irwin penalty goal). Reserve Grade: Randwick, 41" (A." Ramsay 3, W. Wilson 2, L. McGrowdie, W. See, B. Deitch, K. Wilkinson, tries; P. Turner, 4 goals, 2 pen. goals) beat Parra matta, 3 (R. Horne, pen.' goal). Third Grade: ..Randwick, 6 (G., Bowden, try; J. Robinson, pen alty goal) beat Parramatta, 0: Parramatta City , Cdouriil's diphtheria immu..isation cam paign will be held during Health Week in. October, ,the Chief. Health Inspector (Mr. "J. R. Scott" Health Inspector (Mr. J. R. Scott) said last week. Health Week commences ...

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JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

JUNIOR SOCCER Results of Rangers' matches: All Age A, 0, Gladesville, M, 6. Won 1 match, 1 drawn, 14 lost. 9th in competition. Goals for, 26; against, 71. Most goals, G. Cox, 12. Best player awards: W. Burgess, W.. Dalton, 5, W. Bunton, 4. All Age B, 3 (R. Vunneen 2, R. Chisholm), Kingsford, 0. Won 11 matches, 2 drawn, 3 lost. 2nd in competition. 67 Goals for, 20 against. Most goals, R. Cunneen 20, K. Barr 19, R. Chisholm 12. Best player awards: C. Barr 9, G. Murdoch 5, E. McNab, R. Chisholm 4, R. Cunneen 3. Under 18: Won 14 matches, 2 lost, 1 drawn. 2nd in competi tion. Most goals, J. Plunkett 25. Best player awards. A. Manton, W. Shepherd 4. 69 Goals for, 11 against. SIX-ASIDE RESULTS Under 14 d. Botany, 1-0; lost to Homebush. Under 12 d. Gladesville B, Botany, Haberfield; lost final by a corner to Gladesville A. 4 Goals, 6 corners, 16 behinds for 1 goal, 3 corners, 5 behinds against. All played well, with K. Kelly, W. Stoneham outstanding. R. Clogg scored the 4 goals.

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400 ATTEND DIGGERS' REVEL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

400 ATTEND DIGGERS' REVEL Veterans of World War I and their "sons" of World War II joined forces recently when Granville R.S.L. Club made its annual ball-at the R.S.L. Hall, Blaxcell Street, a victorious "Operation Gaiety." They were enthusiastically sup ported by more than 400 visitors who attended the function. Guests of honor were Mr. C. A. Morgan, M.H.R., and Mrs. Mor gan. Other official guests were the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Mr. W. H. Lamb, and Mrs. Lamb; the Mayor of Parra. matta, Alderman E. A. Mobbs; and the club's senior patron, Mr. Alex Anderson, and Mrs. Ander son. Club 'president, Tom Fisher (one of the younger Diggers of World War II), assisted by his wife, 'was host to the' official party. Mrs. Fisher wore a floral patterned white crepe gown with a white bolero jacket to which s.he pinned an orchid corsage. Before the departure of the guests of honor, Mrs. Fisher pre sented Mrs. Morgan with the basket of blue and gold flowers (the R.S.L. colors) which had...

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£2,000 LOAN FOR BOWLING GREEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

£2,000 LOAN FOR BOWLING :GREEN Parramatta City Council pro poses to raise a £2,000 loan for the construction of another bowl ing green at Granville Bowling Club: Council some time ago com pleted the first green at the club's.. grounds, in the Soldiers' Mem- orial Park. The Local Government Depart ment told Council last week that the money could be raised as an , "ordinary" loan.

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Junior R.L. Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Junior R.L. Fixtures The following are the Junior Rugby League fixtures.. for next week-end- Saturday,. at Fairfield, 1 p.m.: C, D and E Grade semi-finals and finals. Sunday, at Fairfield, 1st match 12.30 p.m.: Fairfield v. Liverpool, Toongabbie v. Wenty, Cabra matta v. Rivertsone. No true and permanent Fame can be founded except in labors which promote the happiness of mankind.-Charles Sunmer.

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TRAINS WILL ARRIVE ON TIME [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

TRAINS WILHL ARRIVE ON TIME Trains which arrive at Parra-. matta from the City in the vicinity of 9: a.m. will in future, except in *case of accidents, arrive- on.time, the Railway Com mission has informed the Parra matta Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber had complained that the .late running of these trains caused the. late arrival of staff. The . Commission stated that the wet weather and repairs to the line had caused the .delays.

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

• NOTE',THE. LOCATION - 125 CHURCH STREET. SFATHER'S DAY - Y 3"d .SEPTEMBER . It's easy to select4dGift for Dad" at your N NWEWMIENl S`QW AR. SHOP. "Stambia" ;TFies Fancy,.57 11-9+/ 11. Trousers .:. .. . 69 11 Fancy-So®5 11toi8/11! Sports )?Jackets, S a t i n Hankies, '\White, 12/r;4: Twill, Fawn, Blue, Col., 2/9; Initial".2/11,. Maroon; Brown' 59/11 Sports Shirts, White, .Cardigans, Fancy Pa't- .Colours, Checks terns ... 35/.-to;66/- . 15/11 to 31/ Sandals, Tan .. 31/11 Pyjamas,"'22/11 to 31/ * ALL CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED - LAY-BYS TAKEN.: FRED COB CROFT MERERY, CLOTHING, TAILORING, FOOTWEAR. 125 CHURCH STREET, .PARRAMATTA a. NEXT DOOR SHUTE'S CAFE - UW 9635. iC. K . .FLATTERS o& SON Western -District Premier FLOOR SANDERS I POLISHERS 75 GILBA: ROAD, GIRRAWEEN - UW 3359 - I - Every mod el ' "to. " - o ... e y . No matter what size of truck you need, the new Heavy- ..... Duty Engineered International. Trucks will eut: your operat- "FeW featurs;?: ing costs! COr .t, ' idi.g. .ea...

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BUS STOP SEATS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

;Parramatta City Counirl ,proposes-:to- .erect- seats" at bus -stops -in' Alfred' Street, Parra rriatta. ' The Engineer (Mr.. W. '"C' tAndrews) will select'-sites ;for Ithe installation of three 'seats,' ,each costing £7. '"Parramatta City ' Council. :proposes, to repair roaid sur? faces. in?. Fennell. Street,"'Parra ;m.atta North, at a. cost:of.:abouit £20. - Council will also ..repair, sur-_ :faces in. Albert ..arid Gaggiri Streets,~ Parramatta: East. -The ,.work. is estimated .,to icostL £X35. ": :ihe woman .has yet ..to .be 4born," observed -'the 'man who2 ioccasionally thinks aloud. "What -woinani. has yet to be 'born?" asked an?;i?quisitive per= son .who. overheard" the l~emark. "The. .one :that ::can: lookl at-, a :-hole in a newspaper -without -wondering what was cut :-out;" ' replied -he of the noisy -thoLights.. --Weekly Telegraph-(Eng.)

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PARRAMATTA HOSPITAL BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

P RRMATTA HOSPITAL BALL This.-year's Hospital .Ball .is eppected. to. be, the best ever held despite the.: fact that people still, say .that last .year's ball could not be bettered. .The presentation: of debur tantes to the .distinguished guest - of honor, -Lieut .. Gen. eral Berryman, C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O.,- will be an outstanding feature. Table -Bookings are- opened at Maureen's Floral :Shop, .2. Darc y _Street, Parramatta, UW9305. Special prizes: will be awarded for best floral table (natural flowers), commere cial and original tables (Par ramatta Business Houses are particularly : asked -: to: com pete). "-Proceeds from *the :ball' will go: to equip and furnish ,the. proposed' new .Maternity Hos# pital. ',What cause could be emore -worthier to -patronise? ..Don't, delay. -'Make "up u ;party i and have : a.. night'sa en joyment.

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