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INFECTIOUS DISEASE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

INFECTIOUS DISEASE Four cases of infectiolus disease have occurred in the City of.Par ramatta during the past fortnight, according to the Chief Health In 9pector (Mr. J.. R. Scott).: A c.ase of meningitis and three of scarl.~t fever are reported from Granville Ward, and a case of poliomyelitis from' Ermington Rydalmiere Ward. Me m. a- .e a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

< FOR SALE -.IARDWOOD. second-hand, 21 pieces. :41n' x- 2V4in., .,125 x. 5ft. picket Spalings.: Best olfer. Write .1600,. Advertiser. $IANOS and, PLAYER- PIAANOS. Leading- makes, guaranteed In faultless. condition, available at reasonable prices for immediate free delivery. , Cash cr .terms. Player Seat and Rolls supplied froe. We. TUNE and SERVICE free- for two years-therefore a sale investment is a reliable -nstrument from McFARLAND'S, retailers of quality pianos. 271 Ma rrickivlle Road, Marrickville, LM5268; or 120 Church Street, l*arrar.iatta. UW9233 . <GARAGE, 22 x 12, complete, im lported galvanised iron roof, fibro walls; Baltic doors. Price £120. ,.mith. Lot 33 Chelmsford Rd., Wentwcrthville. $INGER Drophead Machines. and other rell.ble makes; terms; writ-, ten guarantee - prompt, efficient repair service. Modern cabinets made to fit any type of head. F and F. Hayes, Sewing Machine Specialists, 107 Parramatta Road, C--*nville. Also at Chatswood. -'GENT'...

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Holroyd's Second Garden Competition [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

®Hfro ros Second ; : , Garden Comp4 ition : Holroyd residents. are for .tunate in • again having a,; Foot path and Front Garden Com petition. Last year's event proved a -complete success. and .:this year's should be even greater. Sections ..have again been formed for large or small blocks; both paved and unpaved. A championship cup has been don ated, good-neighbour groups .and schools have also been given a section. There is a class for each and every one to compete on an equal1footing. The judges, men of known integrity, have been chosen for their wide and practical knowledge 8f garden ing. Entries, close on October 1, and the. gardens .will be judged 'on approximately October- 30, 1950. Post your entry forms to the Town Clerk, Merrylands.

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NEW TELEPHONE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

NEW TELEPHONE The P.M.G. Department pio poses .'to install a public tele phone at .the corner of Janet .and Coleman' .Sts., Parramatta West. .folroyd Council has agreed to the site.

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HEALTH WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

HEALTH WEEK Parramatta City. Council's im munisation campaign will be held in October during Health Week. Health Week` commences :on ;Friday, October' 20. ,:.The Chief :?Health Inspector (Mr.' J. R. Scott) is investigating suggestions by Ald. A. Thomas that a special garbage clean-up service :be. conducted during Health Week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

AComplete Service IN YOUR OWN CITY, by Parramatta's Leading, Piano Warehouse o PIANO .TUNING & REPAIRS . , PLAYER REPAIRS *. ORGAN REPAIRS o FRENCH POLISHING . / RADIO REPAIRS . o REPAIRS TO ELEC. APPLIANCES ALL SERVICE CARRIED QOUT:BY- SENIOR STAFF TECiNICIAN$. MODERATE, CHARGES . PROMPT' SERVICE Weste. Piano House 73 MACQUARIE ST., PARRAMATTA. UW 6480 Reid Service Stton (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 EXPERT PANEL BEATING SERVICE. ACCESSORIES 'AT CITY PRICES. ' FAST BATITERY CHARGING. AUTHORISED INSPECTION STATION. LAURIE LUND, Manager. BR N .: .B . r I. .. .. Acwr alidr Own Car f -'. _., .'.:.'R* ...& , , .;. .-. " .. .. , : / 3. f , P AMATTA DEALERS HILLSDON:S Pty. Ltd. THE MOTOR HOUSE EST ; ," .: 1 Specialists n . .* REPLACEMENT PARTS, CAR RADIOS, TYRES and RE PIR WORK. 87 289 CHURCH ST., PARAMATTA UW 9...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

'.4· T HE NE; -W: IS A CAR OF • , "."r ,'< , . . • .". ... . _.' • " , .. .. ' " ? I·o . ,, ~~Y-;.;,, ,it Beneath the long low, sleek line of that classical bonnet, purrsa lively, eager engine of surging power. This high-compression, top performance engine develops an even greater horse-power than in earlier Riley models. ,P····...~.". .I /..;2" ? ,;j0?~ ?.. . ,?,? ·"'-'" Beneaththe long, low. sleek lines of that classical bonnet, purrssa lively, eager engine of surging power. •This high-compression, top perfon~nance engine- develops an even-'greater horse-power than in earlier ·Riley models. giving effortless driving at speeds up to 100 m.p.h, with a steady cruising speed of 60 to 70. This; plus superb road-holding qualities on all surfaces, complete sureness and safety of powerful braking, and responsive steering. combine in Riley to provide the ultimate in Magnificent Motoring. A NUFFIELD PRODUCT Demonstrations. arranged & literatufe obtainable on request. The ...

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THESE WOULD BE USEFUL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

THESE WOULD BE. USEFUL Parramatta City Council .is consicdring. proposals for the inclusion of street numbers on gname-plates of main streets in the city. The' Chamber of Commerce suggested that improved informna tion should be supplied on street name-plates.. -`.: Signs may be erect.,d at the Phillip, George, . Macquarie, D'Arcy, and Argyle Streets, 'and Victoiia' Road. intersections: with .Church, Street .: ]F, The 2hi ealth ?,Inspe or ;(Mr. J?. Scott) isi preparnin estimates; the ,c . ,.

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Where The "Steams" Rolled By [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Wlhere The "Steams" gelle By • parrairatta City Council pro poses to open for pedestrian traf fi a -bridge `;cross Clay :Cliff' Creek, ;Camellia;? once used by.; parrazatta's stepm trams. 'Cost for repairing the b'ridg i's estiixiated.at. £ 105. The work will be commenced when funds become available. Parramatta City Council has granted applications from three Farramatta North cricket teanis for the use of cricket wickets at Belmore Park during the comring season. The teams are Northmead Cricket Club, Centenary :Metho dist Church,..- and Lake ,Parra matta Cricket Club.

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Road Repairs [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Road Repairs : .. Parramatta City Council pro. $poses to spend .tearly £1000 on *oad reconstruction work in "Granville Ward. Council" has adopted' reconm. im~ndations by the Engineeir (Mr W. C. Andrews) for the resealin?g of Excelsior Street, at a cost of £600. Other roads listed for repairs i n c I u d e Adah, Carhullal, -Meadow, and Byries Streets. SGrading and topping work in Salisbury Road, estimated to cost £110 has also be.en approved.

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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Ly BrocI.... QN the nose! : This, kind friends, "is the true story of the butch er who knew his onions. In a local butchery o~ie day last week, mumima, eyeing-off a, great, sloppy. slab of the stuff, murniurs something .. about whats' the good' of: tripe without. onions? : Nothing easier, says the choppery prop. Beaming like Clive -Evatt laying a :foundation stone, he ::divies. under 'the coun ter,. produces 1lb. .of -the golden stinkers(price 1 1-) and ..away.. trots mumma tripe. arid all, . MEMO, MIr. VMayor. M }vrs. I. Rogers, of Pitt Street; writes telling:. me how her enj "ymenit of Parramatta.. Musi caV Comedy: Coni?ar y's ' recent presenitation iof "Bitter Sweet,'" in". - the` City Hall; Iwas spoiled -be cause. she couldni't lhear. much of what the foiks oi" stage were nattering about. The lady thinks. s ,=about time Alderman Miobbs made good his p.romise: to- "install a micro-, phone." It's :all: yours .. your worship. ALL in the day's march. " At the barrier, Parramatta Sta...

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CAR POOL IS "OVERSTAFFED" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

CAR FPOOL IS "OVERSTAFFED" The Commnionwealth transport .0ol0;is' run with excessive staff and, excessive cost, accordinig tQ a commi?ittee of inquiry ap poin?ir;hed by : : le -Minister for) Sup Mly M i H.. Beale. The report reconimieids a staff cut of 20 per cent. and suggests lithiat .ireorganisation would save hiindreds of thousands of pounds. The. pool controls -about 3,000 -vehicles .in all Statese Its staff ..totals about 2,000. The 'report does not cover the use' of Commonwealth Cars by '?ImiiL teis- arind senior - depart ?ental:officers. .

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Death Of Well-Known Granville Resident [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Death ;O Wel?l-Known Granville Resident A woman who was born in Par ramatta and lived the greater part of her life in Granville, died last week at the age of 77 years. She was Mrs. Harriett Ann Lee of A'Beckett: Street, Granville. Her husband,. the late Frank Lee, was head baker at the Old Men's Home in George Street, Parramatta, for more thani 30 years. Mrs. Lee is survived by six sons.

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"ALL AGES" ENJOYED PREVIEW of FASHION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

.:- Seven hundryed men, women-nand children paciked Parra mnatta City Hall last-Thursday .to watch the -preview of spring Sfashions prieseted by :Murray- Bros. : .Parramaatta Police-Citizens -Boys' Club benefited by S£67.i8/- :frbmn:itheA ftri ooni. * The show featured a coinpre hensive drange -of, sun clothes, beach .wear "and frocks for all occasions. Styles; shoVn empha sised -'the ew season's fashioni .trends' 'ito h.-shýorteri: skirts,: bar rnis. and 2- pice frocks. : Many of the models-includirig lingeri:--are exclusive to Murray Bros., in Parramatta. Notable of these in. the parade were several Douglas Cox :creations. H6rrockses' trimly cut cotton print frocks also won applause. Daffodils, violet,. and a variety of fresh, colorful , spring flow ers- around a :-"brick',. garden gate decorated the stage; hiing with a background of dramatic Sred velvet curtains; while model spring 'hats, accessories and fashion fabrics from Murray's dressed the--tall wir.dow ledges with a chic n...

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DROVE "UNDER THE INFLUENCE" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

DROVEUNDER\ THE INFLUENCE (vhchael Corrigan (25), con tractor, of Alfred ' Street, Gran v'ille, "was fined £5 by' Mr. Brown, S.M.; at. Parramatta Court 'last week: for driving while under the influence of liquor. .He pleaded guilty. :In evidence, Constable Blackett, of Granville Police, said he spoke to Corrigan after defendant's car -iad collided with a stationary car Sin South Granville, opposite Dia mond Avenue. The stationary car was parked correctly. :"- Cirigan's speech was slurred, :his Ibreathlsmelr strongly of liquor aiid. 'he -as unsteady on his feet. H':He admitted having, had a couple :f. beers, the constable said, -but c~laimed he had' riot seen the pa~ked. "ar because his windscreen was ?smeary. ,No one .had been injiured in the accident. Defendant was a man of .good character. . Eor Corrigan, Mr.. J., Cawood, said it-!was raining at the time of the"'iaccidenit. Defendant's- ."car. was a .closed 'sedan and the..winid screen- haUd become fogg.-d.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

e . ':tom IBig enough for the aveiage family- High quality, heat resistant cream and green Svitreous enamel finish thermos stat heat indicator; three -heat F / switch; polished reflector plate ".two baking dishes. Price: £19/18/-. (Country freight extra:) Easiest of easy terms! OVEN SIZE: TERRIFIC VALUEI "FLEET" ELECTRIC STOVES NOW 13"x10"x10" Cooks for a family of £14f5' five! Handsomely finished TCountryreghtt inside and out; two bak- (C xtrya)igt2ij inea dishes, wire grid, wire extra) G UARANTEE shelf, scone tray. Guaranteed 12 months. S. . ES.2 293 Chrch St., 53 Auburn Road, PARRAMATTA AUBURN PARRAMATTA .** LO U .S...-...r.S320 Church Street 47 .WL6SB e 147-.14' Rowe Street SASH-~.LD ? .UA34 The attractie Step rmerpool RSyle The NATIONAL tConfidential Easy Purchasing Plan" 3-piece Suit.e .shown on left be is ,available to you. ... Purchase all your Furniture and low is .the embodiment of h R m s a a a o n : . . Covering is smart, genuine ee y, Tapestry. . . . Loose, spring . fil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

SLighiweigh Wool Coat S The. newest style trends are "featured, in these- lovely coats by .LENZ:; in ,the swing and swirl'of the skirts, the"new: collrs, the three-quarter sleeves and button detail,': . ,--- . . . - All combining to. give style and elegance Sin tune : .with::Spring. STYLED LEFT L S - This belted ?oot achieves .......distinctin .with attrac Stive: alf steeve; cuff fin ish; new collar anrid stylish Q .*/:finished: pocket. In light weye. t?y S?r?git'? o , : avarious shades ? ilt s L be " sizes.s 2 S(Lay-by for 28/- deposit') !i;I:- u .'.W. j .... ... -n. gb t.ee -andR - buoed. .t unne• oo "r'"$ '- ," j.- y -: ..An attractive rines style oat " three-quarter sleeve, in . -:. .. . . ." :. I . -A "".:. .,. ' ., ,., '. "":· '; - · . -: ,.? .. . ?.: - ,. - ty b ..... ?. = .-; ,; ,= /:' do ao?,?it ! ........· ):: : : "?"," o? " : : '":;!'::_ -:. • .#! :~ :- '·' "h-~:shi:'': ,t ,:sbf o ; Clickers, .Mchiers, Makers, Finishers required. This is an opportunity for Speople experie...

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PETROL TAX ALLOCATION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

PETROL TAX ALLOCATION Moves for increased allocation by the Federal Governmenit of petrol tax to councils f-or road works will be discussed at-the forthcoming- Premiers' ; confer ence. The Minister for Supply (Mr. Howard Beale) told Parramatta City Council that he had made re presentations on the matter to the Federal Treasurer (Mr. A. W. Fadd.cn):. Need for money for road re storation following -recent: heavy rains had' been stressed,. Mr. Beale said.

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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

:To ,:Punter Space: this week is- rationed. So brevity it is. After a brief stay at Rosehill, New Zealand:-: trainer.,. Hector Gjray growled about working 'conditions, packed up, wiped the miid from, his boots and removed his team to Warwick Farm. + + The condition of ' apprentice Al Eaves, who a fortnight ago underwent a major operation, was still serious when these notes were being typed. If good wishes: avail, he will soon be on. the way to recovery. Old "iron horse" Homeleigh Dick :has been missing from the tracks during the past couple :f weeks. 'He went lame after the last Rosehill meeting. Red. Loch ran. a .good race in the Newcastle Cup,. but unex pectedly weakened over the last bit. Taken -to Newcastle on Saturday morning, .the long trip may have: wearied him some what. Leo Eaves scored two placings at Canterbury on Saturday, second with Goldak in.the Welter and third with. Gold' Comet in the Earlwood Mixed.. But for running erratically in the early part Goldak might have w...

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SURPRISE PARTY FOR SPRING BRIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

SURPRISE PARTY FOR SPRING BRIDE A rainy night didn't dampen the bright spirits of the many friends .who attended a surprise kitchen, tea given recertly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Col lings, of Merrylands, in honor of Miss Iris Metcalfe. ... Iris, the .only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Metcalfe, of Lock -wood Street, Merrylands, will marry -Mr. Herbert Boxsell, of Berry, at .St. John's Church of England, Parramaitta; on . Sep tember 23. Iris received n many lovely and useful gifts for her future home, . Musical .items .were :rendered "by, Miss June Collins arAd Miss Joy DillOn.

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