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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

DMpensin Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES 0 ARGYLE STREET, P ARRRAM A TTA Opp. Station. Telephone: 'UW 9270 `~ ~ ~ "?, ý f I-I .Churd P rramatta . ' . ý ý. . ý ... .. . i . . ; . . , .4 " ] ý; + ' . ý.. . . s 'ýý.. . . ,: .? . F. • i .. ...j t. . ;..!'., . «, y.? . ý !i ý , ', ,- a . ,' SNYOV DIAMONDJ RINY RREMADE i ;'.· -'"to i:s esign9' lii'aQ your: *ow ' c~odlm^' o iB OR PERHAPS YOUR WEDDER.NEEDS..RE-ENGRAVING ,OR REMODELLIN, : i ,'*'. : ' :' .PRICES ARE RIGHT : ... , 3~, . C c i. Stre"e , PA RAMATTA FRANZ SCHUBERT 1797-182$ ",'o See our range of Modern s . Pianos for modern homes. When you choose a piano from "Western Pianio House"~ it wif; i be a memorable occasion for your entire faaiily. Years, o_ - pleasure in home entertainment, and full opportuiity- to. develop your youngster's talent are: yours. -Every piano at "Western Piano,., House" is superbly styled and:. possesses a rich abundant tone' Priced from £40, easy weekly terms. - NOW ON -- LIP :ESTEY - . SCHIELDMAYBI . DISPLAY *BEAL...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Parramatta Bowlers Elect New President [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

%rr ow ers Bedc Ne -_ Nwýres"e ý-Pedent. Firi, to congratulate Mr. Hairry Rowan upon his election .as president of Parramatta Bowling Club, at the annual meeftig, iast Sat urday, was his opponent, Mr. Frank Ewart. The spontaneous and sporting action of Mr.: Ewart was warmly applauded. Cheers greeted' the announce ment of the elevation of Mr. Rowan, who .for nineteen suc cessive years had served the cliib. well in his capacity of .treas urer. "IVIr. Rowani has been a riember of the club for -25 years and his efficiency and geniality have gained for him much popu larity.. He is* certaih to do a good jol, ir. his new office. Mr. Bruce Ramsay, who had' held the presidenicy ..for 12 years, did not contest the post. On behalf of the, members, Mr: W. J. Morey presented him with a wallet well filled with notes. In thanking his cltibmaites for their kindness and gener cisity, Mi-. Ramsay said that if he had served the club .well during his long term, it was only becaise of the loyalty shown ...

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CHILD INJURED BY SWING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

HILD INJURED. Y SWING avid Lawler (2), of Excelsior - reet, Granville, was "hit on e mouth by a swing while aying at his home. Parramatta Ambulance took to Parramatta District Hos tal, where he was treated and seharged.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

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LAND FOR PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

.?ArD OR PARK Land in , Huntingdo?? Street, Verrylands, has. been purchased .by. the Federal ::.Government, the' Qrown Solicitor's Office told Hol royd Council last week. T.?he land will be used for estab lishiment of recreation grounds.

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City Council Honours Promise To Subsidise P'matta Child Centre [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

I gse T uo S si? se P:matca C Ci entre A little over a year ago Parramatta branch of the Kin deirarten Union was-disorganised and the future of the Child Centre, for which it was responsible, appeared insecure. Tqo-day, the Centre itself is floiurishing. Moreover,'the branch completely met its financial com mitments for the year ended June , 30, after less than 12 monthls' vigorous and effective activity. The full cost of salaries and wages were paid to the Kindergarten and all other run ning expenses were covered, for he first time in several years. This was reported by 'the branch president, Mrs. J. Granger at the annual meeting held last week at the Child Centre,' 83 George Street, Parramatta. The Deputy-Mayor,. Alderman H. V. Horwood, presided at the meeting. The biranch was reconstituted on August 17, 1949, following a public meeting convened by the Mayor of Parramatta, Alderman E. A. Mobbs, at the instigation of Mr. F. M. Quealey. The Mayor had then announced, and later, confi...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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BIG NIGHT FOR MARGARET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

BIG NIGHT'. . FOR. MARGARET ' Two 'hundred friends and rela -tives attended the party given at gi;arnville Town Hall recently by, Mr`- are Mrs.,. W: Casement, of Thomas St., Granville, .to celeT brate, the coming-of-age of their secorid daughter, Margaret. . During the evening,;- Margaret's enigagement to :Mr;. David Ritchie, e!dest son of- Mr anrd Mrs. T* Ritchie, :.of Graniville, .Was ian mnou?iced. Margaret's uncle, Mir. ;Roy: -Hardie, made the annourjce ment,., . . K A' 'he guest of-hQniour, who wore a charming old world styrle gown .of lavender lace; was ,present. ,ed with the traditional key and a gold wristlet watch by her pyrents. M. I.. Ferris ..was; ;master of ceemonles.

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LEGACY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

LEGACY WEEK - leacy;' Week'viilf be 3i~14 'this year from Sunday,:; September '3rd; ft6 Friday',? September~ 8tht, 1 `incluisve. The Week will open with a Memorial Service at the Naval Chapel, Garden Island, conducted by Port Chaplair- "1fle Reverend J. O. Were, and during the after noon the A.B.C. will include a tribute to Legacy in a concert at the Sydney Town Hall.: On Monday,- September 4th, there will be a broadcast over 2FC at 7.15 p.m. of a message from Lord. Louis Mountbatten. The Official Ceremony of-Legacy Week will be held in Martin Place from 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m. on Tuesday. Lieut.-General Berryman, C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O., will give a brief address. On Wednesday, 100 children of -Legacy will be entertaihed at the Annual Services party - this year by the Air . Force at Rich mond They will- leave Legacy House in. Castlereagh Street at 1.00 arriving back at 6 p.m. Friday will be Legacy War Orphans' Day, when everyone can, pay their tribute by buying a badge. More than 1,00...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

,EAI. S "IKeep them groW' - ®TTLI . :. ? -_ ? S : i h :u'. . . ", .EETT E . and free .fo : OA1RCT Oeeds . th the S-MARROW -ad .. ren C.CUMBER best in.b MELONS TWos 'hor TOMAOES To~f~l SQUAS1I SWºEETI CORNSPA, For SEEDS OLANTS, SHRUBS, SPRAYS, . U in fact "Everyth, " for your Garden', see--- ., " -: . . TO SERS' ...... ...,ý fY6Vý7ýS .Y?l ", ,, .( ý .. '. - ,; .- , •R . E. ,.. CHIMNEY SWEERING- = i. CONNELLY CURTAINS AND ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED.. . NO DUST- NO DIRT. :. ... Stoes,. Grates:. 'Ranmes, .Co~aprs, Boilers, etc. S FOR SERVICE.-_- Phone Day Qir Night. " 9 Lakeyr :Strdet, GRANVILLE - UU 1188 SHPM 1WGI FORD WHEN SICKNESS STRIK TA YOUR DOCTOR'S PRES RGONS to A . ? i? i?::?V !?!' ? o? . ?~i??ii ? ?? ii-v:i? ? :iL ? v a.?: ? ? ? ?, ? :?!?i!i~i?:?!iii?::,:i:: ?:? ... 0* . 0 1i?~ * - * ?, 0i!: U- W HARDWARE CO. FOR CORRECT P--PU ES SERVICE AND CIVILITY. P?: NE L.P 9:4 WE i)EVz I HT, ATr; TATION, GUILDFORD a @ Lay-by Now on r cYLPs" ToYS BAtYB?PG :*S!ETS - TRAIN SETS, etc. crockery a...

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RAISED £87 FOR U.N. CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

RAISED £87 FOR U.NJ ,CHILDREN Dbiia'i?n?' t6falling" £87 have been m:made to Holroyd Council's United' Nations Children's . Ap, peal. 1i?e Mayoress (Mrs. W. Camp bell) told councii last week that of this aniounit £47/13/3 had been raised in Merrylands. Gtuildford had contributed £23 -nd Wentworthliville £16, the Town Clerk (Mr. P. A. Arn'ett) said. Council will seind letters of thanks to those concerned.

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DIGGERS TO HAVE OWN GOLF COURSE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

DIGGERS TO HAVE OWN GOLF COURSE The N.S.W. R.S.L. Golf Cliub L'td. had been .iegistered as " Limited company tq, purchase Sherwccd -Grange Cour'se - at Smithfield;': near Merrylanids (79 acres of -laid which experts ccnsidei ideal for' development and eer.r ev improvynre? .) At present9 9hbls ar `play. aite and ;g~ueti ?fine :1 wedthex .l8 wits be open fci ne ot is afl' W en- fully inm v . .9,uise -it! :be not? ur3l.e Penpapt :Hills with' its °tindt~ating' fatirays' lined witi -iatural trees. 'Pull playing'nembers ;xlst b. returned sildieir's df fi-stt?ied lpd, .World, War (not necessarily.. League :members). ,I1eiepbers miust, take, out ¢ý s(10 deb entuy} :and pay ,0/101- for, fist ygars feear sismbless. T.B. or incapacitated il at half ;. rates)., A public meeting will be hel'd ci, Septeih?ber, at 8. p.m: -at Combht?dServi ce Club Robms, 5 Barrack stret;,TSydrieyF. President Keith' Fowler will Scu.tlirp:, the' propo sition, aid; Lo' Kel?l wril givelih hi m es igsc cf the?ite. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

-` .y,. G . vtt .T N V ... L -y • -'C~ .r " . W er_ .:" . 'ý i.? ";ý ýt.. +v:? " .;- ;r. '.' . 1... -" " : :!.-o.-, ' " ." `., ._" . ,:- "-. a: eteeF: ns -er GIVE U A ALL ND INSPECT U TOCK. We have too many Special Items to detail singly. Your money will BUY. MORE and BE.TTER from us. F. AKitchen Suite.. Full 'sized table, 4 clhairs and wel , fitted full sized cabinet. £19/19! Kitchen Cabinets " From £9/12/6 . . c ,,.? .- `,i .`'' . -,.,- - : . - _ .."ý . NeW Delivery , - Kitchen Chairs ateilI from 22/6 Full Sized S Bedroom Suites. :. : Well finished and veneered, straight and bow fronts From £48/12/1 PRAME- THE FAMOUS "STORK" MAKE £10/18/B LINOLEUMS, RUGS, BABY 'CHAIRS, PLAYGROUNDS, OCCASIONAL TABLES, PILLOWS, BEDDING, etc., etc. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME AT PRICES TO SUIT YOUR POCKET. CREDIT TERMS ,ARRANGED FOR ANY SUM Up t- 2 years to pay. * •-CASH ORDERS OR LAY-BYS 10 SOT ST ., GRA ILE U 2124 This car YOU can afford to own Its price is. so lo , of petrol it's within everyone s rer...

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

frm addck t Pter (By Harry Quigley.) When local trainer Jack Daniels informed me Sthe :.other morning that a new neddy of his was called Remember Me,emy thoughts went back, to a Satur. day morning many years, ago when a Parramatta punter, "Cocky" Towns, told me not to miss a horse of that name which was racing that day'atRandwick. A search of my book disclos ed no horse of the rame, but on the following Monday "Cocky;' joyfully announced that it .had won. "Cocky" was no Rhodes scholar. The winrier turned- out to be Lest We For get. "'+" "" +q . + Wearing- their best holidayi smiles, Gordon .Horton and "ill Kearns, of Rosehill, were bailed up on Saturday by :press photdg raDhers, who fiade a fairly good 'job of them. Each had wonf at Ranrdwick;, hence the beam. Gordon's. winner Cognac, who ?.nded the Campbelltown Handi can, is a ready-made , sprinter who. thrives on a light =prepara tion. Now six years old he still retains the nippiness of youth, .but, perhaps,. only once a week is h...

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PARTY FOR IRIS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

PARTY FOR! IRIS Eighty guests attended-the comr ing-of-age party given recently at :-St. John Ambulance Hall, Harris Park, by Mr. and 1Mrs, G. Metcalfe, of Merr-ylands, in honor. of their '.only daughtei, Iris. - Hlostess, ;Mrs. Metcalf; -wore a blue crepe 'frock with match :ing accessories:-. .The =guest .of' honor: chose a green lace even ing gown. After the ceremony of cutting the 'birthday cake;' which was iced.- in pastel shades of. green alid ?: pink .. and decorated with Jadder .aind key, Iris was pre rented with the_~eke 6f the do6oi" and ma?Ayi beautiful gifts. : :Her 21st birthday gift from her 'fiarince, Mr. Herbert Boxsell, was a gqld .wristlet watch. The toast to the' guest of honor was proposed. by Mr. Bert Lillia, and seconded by her father, Mr. G. Metcalfe. .Masiter: of ceremonies for the evening was Mr. Vince McKay. Musical items were- rendered by Mrs. S. '" ires" 'and Mr." J. McIntyre, .and - Mr. A:. Semken ontertainied '-with', somi'e clever conjuring tricks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

"A GOOD FIRM TO WORK FOR" 16to21 YEAR OF AG E ARE REQUIRED FOR WORK AT HOMEB S. *: EASY WALK FROM HOMEBUSH OR: NORTH STRATHFIELD RAILWAY :STATIONS * .,BURWOOD-LIDCOMBE .BUS? STOPS. AT GEORGE' ST. HOMEBUSH. * HOURS: 7..45 a.m. to 4.30- p m ' NO SATURDAY WORK " " OPPORTUNITIES TO EARN GOOI.: MONEY. ETCALf & MO ity. td m~erI Diestars G PHONES UW- 8891 (two lhies)b 179 C hurch Street, PARRAMATTA ?.,.. £850 . £1540 . -£5 -*.10 .Per iCentDiiDposits :. .NoDie-poslit .-20 1Per enitnDBposit • the Parramatta-GranvilleMerryiands-Guild d Group of Building Societies will make you Loans on this .basis: . . ' : - . - - '. , . ...... O O....... .. I (. I)'-nterestis 'only 4%., . , . (7) .The.Societie'areunderGovernzent * (2) »Meribers' -War Gratuities -are ac- 'supervision and are' conducited ,by.aa. -a. . cepted~-"as 'deposits'' . . . ' Board 'of local mieni, whom ydiu eleit"' S(3). You may join the Societies NOW .. (8) Parramatta District Group .ha aid "anliorowat any' .. ; .. . nIarly. 3...

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Social Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

-* - . r *'I1 .-.GUYI;IAW KESDAY is'ua llyit'. giveivemuci Cttention in Australia, iwill be'. celekited, thip year. by .tlbe Unit?ed., Pro, testaiit Association;h, -wi'.a bai-beiue; cratker 'arid bonfi6 night at'."eMelrose',! BiLgarpe; Rad( Pendl, Hill -.n Friday, November 3 (Guiy-Fayi es Day is November 5, but falls on a Suaday, this yie) :.-Th ea'ii . tiit 'oinpisatfethe.kids for the fun missed earlie- ini the year,. when Empire night cele& brations proved a-'was- buit' 6ecause-io the flood-raiis. SCHOOL ;flags :,decorated the "Westella" . ballroom :(Auburn). lat'. Wednesday : pight, when Parramatta,.. High: School Ex Students' Union held its annual ball. Qfficial guests, at the ball were the- deputy-headmaster of the school, Mr., b. Johnston, and the two vice-captains; Anne Stewart and Jeff Sutton.. +++ AFTER Tuesday `night's -per formance of "Bitter Sweet" last week,..- Mr.., Arthur J. .Brown. president .of Parramatta : Musi cal Comedy Company, enteitain ed about 70 gues...

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FOOTBALL WAS COVETED PRIZE AT LEAGUE BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

PR R"'BALL. A handpainte otball, aographed by +the English 'ald Australian Test teams was the novel prize 1~i- a guessing ompeti copition conduc ted~-at PParnattaa? Rib League CIubs 4th am~iaalil fbaltwhib&~acted, more. than: 500 peoZ e to the io.i iastKl aursday night. SIn' addition to the -signatures, Th. "footbaill; Was deorate'd with' national flags :and emblefn-te:he British lion and the Australiain 1;angarob andid ' emu depicted guarding. goalposts.. The .artist responsible isa 19-year-old New Australian, Adam Lempert; who" arrived in Autralia f;om Poland last, October. Lucky winner was. M -r., L. O'Malley, of 118 Good Street, Granville. Clever decorations. .Which: at tracted much. :attention .at. the ball were- at~ Mr. Len ' ard grtove's and Mr;. George Aobin son's tables: The?i forme ;,? :the work of one of, MVr. Hardgrov'e s gUests;: Mr. Ray` Fullcr, fe'tLured a football 'tied WitlH ribbonsiahnd asurmounted- by two -periant: in the club colours (blue and: ,g91ld) mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

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BRIDGE CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 30 August 1950

BRIDGE' CONTROL Holroyd Council has . agreedto. 'take over control of a footbridge.: over a stormwater charnel in Wreves >Street, Merrylands,. from ,the Public Works' Department. Council, ..at =a recent :meeting,; deferred consideration of the matter,. whern ,the Mayor cAld. W Campbell) was absent. Th2 Department in 1941: -iand :d to Council' and the- Metro politani 'Water' Board '.centr6F! of stormiwater channels in the :-area: SFoll6wing 'a recommendation from.n its` vesting committee ..the: De?iartment -.asked Counimcil : týc agree to the: transfer - of the' bridge: to: its control. i Under the agreement, "Cob?ncil will be responsible for mainten anee: of the footbridge. The .: death -:occurred: redenti. of, hmas- GeorgeýC6uplahd :(55) of :Church Street;P-arramatta. He is survived `by-.a .-wife; 'Grace and fouir daughters . "Interment :A took .:place- ir -the ,Chiurch of BEnglarcii 'portion ,of6 ookwood Cemetery. :: '

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