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DAMAGE TO ROADS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

DAMAGE TO. ROADS Heavy vehicles and -loads were causing widespread serious dani age to roads throughout N.S.W., .not designed to carry the weight, the Local Government Depart rment contends. The Department told Parra matta City Council last week that certaiii 'amendments had been made to Local Government Or dinances dealing with the matter. The amendments had been proclaimed following- a confer ence between. the Mains Roads and Transport Departments, police, and- representatives of motor traders, and transport in terests, the Department said. It was anticipated that ade quate control would result over newertypes of heavy multi-axled vehicles, which have come -into use during the past 10 years. Effect of the amendments was toypermit suitable types of lighter vehicles, slightly higher load limits" than were previously' al lowed. However,. in some cases, loads previously carried on :heavy com bination vehicles would be sub stantially reduced. .

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

and it has giant 7 cu. ft. capacity. - . . -. ,.WEEKLY , Keep your home-refrigeration up-to-date.... all the.new scientific developments in modern refrigeration can be yours for just a v two ery small outlay. if you TRADE-IN YOUR OLD El .REFRIGERATOR oas part payment or deposit on one of these E 1950 Models. Phone for a representative to call. Just im agine! ..Only 16/- Weekly will put this luxuri ouhe Cabnetnew is of mWestinghuse Refrigraattractivetor in your kitchen.vitreous enamel. - Its 5" c. ft. storage space is expertly planned with wire baskets on the door for fruit, eggs, etc. y..... ........124/..15/. OR............. A MALL DPOSIT, and£14215/ WEEKLWEEKLY PAYMMENENTTS A comprehensive guarantee covers e neryo refrigerator purchased iron anestern formance you expect from your new refrigerator. a . -; Ii r You'd expect this wonderful, modern 1950 model "Westing - 'hoiise" to be priced at more than iust £97/15/-. With its 4t cu. ft capacity . . . its beautifully finished cabinet...

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Grants To Libraries [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

G rants To Libraries Parramatta; City Council. has decided: to join with Wade, Shire Public Library Committee in moves for increased government grants to. libraries.. Council will refer the matter to the Local Government Asso ciation. The committee said it. was felt that the Wade Shire Library ,:ad r.ot been satisfaotorily de veloping because of inadequate finance. The State Government Library Aict, passed in 1938, provided finance of 2/- a head of 1000 population for library services. Since then, money values had decreased by' a' third, "and the financial basis was now inade quate.' The committee is seeking a subsidy of £2 for each £1 con tributed by Local Government up to 3/- a head of population. Alderman W. Must:o. "Council intends to establish a modern" !ibrary service in the City of Parramatta. "It has been pointed out that a library is an essential service to the population, with educa tional facilities. for, the advance ment of knowledge for the people. "Council, I think, sh...

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Report Reveals Great Needs of Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Parramatta district, with its population iof 133,000i?0 required_ at ::least .700 general beds, it was stated. in: the ·.annual :report of Parramatta District Hospital The reprt said the past year had been, i many re ipects, one of disappointment,; be cause the Board's plans had far outran finan cial help from. the Government. The Board's present major con cern was the erection of .new buildings. which: .would I include the erection' of a new general hospital,, with..the automatic pro yision of a:.maternity. section, ex Pensions to the ..present niurses' home, 'and a children's ward, or small hospital. The need. for maternity accomn inodation was an absolute neces siy; the report ,stated, but, again, a concrete .proposal put bfore 'the Hodspitals. (Coinission had been refused. All these improvements would involve -large ,.sums of money (the new general hospital .alo~ne would- cost -.approptimate-i £2,500,000o). The: :need . wras so great. as to warrant 'srtonrg ~ ndI purposeful acti...

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

Dispensing .Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE STREET, PARR RAMATXTA Opp. 'Station. Telephone:- UW 9270 The Parramatta Camera Centre Announcing .. . SPEEDY DEVEL OPING," PRINTING AND ENLARGING SERVICE. -_ Films Developed, Printed or Enlarged in 24 hours Films left one day, finished 5 p.m next day We :have installed the "most up-to-?date. Developing ,and Printing Department where your filmis will: be processed by highly skilled technicians, guaranteeing the utmost quality of your photos. Special. Attention- given to .Miniature and 35. n.m.. films, so. that they will produce sup'ierb enlargements.. • • ... ... M "L?C ." FOR BETTER CAMERAS er t t (p. .s Co. HAVE YOUR~ DiAMOND RING REMADE - to. a design of .your own choosing OR:PERHAPS YOUR- WEDDER NEEDS RE-ENGRAVING OR REMODELLING. n R'.. . _ PRICES ARE RIGHT And Retember Our.. Fast,G ?-.Guoaranteed .Watch Repair Service. 347 Church Stree? ? RRAMATTA TECNICO "ALL ROUND SOUND" ARTISTIC CABINET Walnut or Creaom FOUR DIRECTIONAL LISTENING 4 . ...

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PUTTING US ON THE MAP [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

PUTTING US ON THE MAP. Parramatta City. Council' is considering suggestions by . the. Chaniber of ., Com-. Smerce for the display of a large scale map of the area. at 'the City Hall. . The Chamber has sug. gested that the map should show' historical spots, and include nu mbered bus routes. Council is seeking advice from.. a' Sydney map specialist.

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SAYS CARS "RACE" AT DANGEROUS RAIL CROSSINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

.SAYS CARS. "RACE" RAIL CROSSINGS Closing of a level crossing at Rosehill, and installation of safety warning devices at others in the area, were recom mendations made by Railway Department engineers at a re cent traffic conference in Par ramatta. Among those present at the conference was the.Mayor of Par ramatta (Ald. E. A. Mobbs)', Mr. W. H.: Lamb, M.L.A. for Gran ville, and representatives from the Railway and -Transport Depart ments. Alderman Mobbs told a meet ing of the City Council last week the proposals for temporary elim ination of traffic dangers at the crossings. were submitted to the conference. Railway Department engineers had recommended closing of a level crossing at''Hamiltoai Street to :-vehicular traffic, and the- im -mediate installation of warning signs :including "halt" signs at Aston 'and Unwin Streets, Aid. 1Jobbs said. Proposals for the elimination of th.' -level crossing at . Aston Street, scene of a fatal accident in 1949, .had been delayed bjy shortages of...

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

.WHIATMuFF', noted for asquare Deal for Over 25 Years! et r. h e :put a_ [I !)''$ERV'"$? °W SH E R" I NYOUR HOME [for as itte as SI wkly. ,...uv '' IPHONE. UW8813 T0 SEE, IT N ACTION IN YOUR HOME! "Servis" is the lowest priced English all-electric Home Laundry. Cash priced from £79/10/-. Buy it on What muff's Easy Terms for £17 deposit and 17/6 weekly. Five wonderful models, featuring: S. Standard Models, with or - without pump... , * Heater Models (heats its ROM ~. •own water), with or with- £,g 1a " out pump. f * Petrol driven Model. DEPOSIT . UW83 EORGST, - ~~I Aiso-3rd Floor, PICCADILLY ARCADE (Castlereagh St. End)--SYDNEY Whatmuff's, noted for a Square Deal for over 25 Years! Let Mr. wELECTRIC STOVE -- IN YOUR KITCHEN . FROM ONLY (Above) "ST. GEORGE" Automatic Oven Range. - Cash Price .... ...........£65 1 - Deposit........... £131 5 Weekly... ... ....== ... ":-. .... ...6/2 1Above) "ETNA" (Not illustrated) SingeUnit or Complete Unit "RITEMP". Made1 in I d . ais above, with sto...

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Send Them a Real "Hometown" Greeting [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Send Them a Real "Hometown" Greeting Have you ever considered that the "usual" Christmas Card cif ten lacks that per sonal touch?. "Hometown" Christmas Cards have been especially.. created 'so that you can send a vivid personal re-. minder of former happy days to your friends over-. seas and. in the faraway. places of Australia. "Hometown" . Christmas Cards, beautifully pro cessed on high grade paper, feature superb -etchings by.. noted artist Douglas Pratt. Such old, familiar Parra matta: landmarks as : The. King's School, Old Govern-. meint Hotse, St. john's :Church of the Twiii Towers, Elizabeth Farm House and St. Patrick's Churchi have been. faithfully reproduiced by the ' artist in "Home town". Christmas Cards. Call in any time at this office and inspect a set of "Hometown" Christmas. Cards.. You'll, be delighted "with their .harm-a.d the price, too, is surprisingly. mod-. erate.

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TO ALTER BUS STOP [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

TO ALTER BUS STOP The Transport Departmient proposes to. move a buis stop in Woodville , Road, Granville, .to within 30ft.: south of the inter section of Union Street. Parra matta City Couincild has agreed to tha._ re-locatiob" of the stop, and is prepariig tihe site for bus pas sengers.

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Stage Stars Open Parramatta Studio [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Stage Stars Open Parranmatta Studio A former premiere danseuse of the Hungarian- Opera is teaching children of Parra inalta district the art of acro batic biallet dancing. • She is Miss Sugar Baba, of 'lie Tivoli Acrobatic Studio, which last week opened a branch in Parramatta, at Mc Kay's ("Caraleon") Hall, 42 George Street. Jointly with' her husband, Mr. Tibor Rudas, and his twin brother, Endre, Miss-Sugar Baba ,conducts the Tivoli Acrobatic Studio in Hay Street, Sydney, and its Parramatta brar.2h, on behalf of the Tivoli Theatre management. The Parramatta branch, where Mr. Endre Rudas is in charge, has about thirty :pupils enrolled at present. According to Mr. Rudas, they are "all surprising ly good-some very clever." Mr. Rudas %himself teache.s "acrobatic and tap dancing, while :Miss Sugar Baba trains the ballet pupils. Classes. -at the " Parramatta studio are-. conducted on Mon days, Wednesdays and .Satur days.. Afternoon classes for children; (5 years. and upwards)' are "held :...

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SPEEDBOAT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

SPEEDBOAT NEWS The Howard Memorial Hall, Sutherland Street; Auburn, has been ihosen as the fortnightly meeting place of the newly-form ed Silverwater Speedboat Club as from Monday, 4th September [(and thenceforward the. second and fourth Mondays of each month). SRul?es of the Royal Yacht Club ,were. accepted as the basis of the club's constitution at last week's meeting, when the follow ing were appointed to the man :agement committee :(additioiial to the flag officers). SBoat owniers Messrs. J. Lowrie, E. Higgs and D. Mtirray, of Granville; Mr. W. Croft (Aub rra, and M. Horsefiel:,: of Ermington. Messrs. Palmer ?i-a:Ag tt wvere chosen to represent the social committee.- . -- ": SThe start of racing is in sight jand the 91 c.i. class speedboat ,?world :record holders .inc -the bNunn family, of Guildford,.: have IndicatedL they will compete oni. the 9pening day. Lacerations to the head were suffered by H. Brown, oJ Brick field Street,,. Parramattai when shis bicycle 'collided with a ...

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

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Cabaret Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Cabaret Ball The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Parramatta sub-section: of the Ex-Naval Men's Association of Australia will hold its first cab aret. ball in the City Hall on Friday, September 15. The auxiliary recently elected the following to office: Mrs. V. Banks (President); Mrs. Kebble white (Senior Vice-President); virs. r?occton (Vice-Fresident); Mrs. Tyso, (Secretary); Mrs. Bennett (Assistant, Secretary); Mrs. Gant (treasurer), and a ommittee. Meetings of the auxiliary re held in tha Parramatta School of Arts on the third Tuesday night in each month. For reservations, ring UW6865..

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

-Elton Ward. HAPPY ending to Parramatta Musical Comedy's- recent pre sentation of Noel, C6ward's "Bitter Sweet." Inspector D. Ryan, O-I-C. Police Division 21,, receives from the President,. Mr. Arthur Brown, a cheque for £100, as a gift to the Parra matta. Police-Citizens Boys' Club. Also in the picture,. lead ing man, John Delaney;. musical director, David Grouse;:. leading lady, Ila Brown; producer, Len Gotting.

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More Than 700 Flock To Spring Fashion Show [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Spring Fashion Show ---Well over 700 people-mostly, women, but quite a few men-packed Parramatta City HaIl to capacity for both afternoon and evehing sessions of Ashley's slpring parades of "Sun 'n Fun" fashions last week. When the final tally of proceeds is made, it is expected that .Parramatta Maternity Hospital Appeal will .benefit by over £100. The hall was attractively de corated in keeping with the springtime' theme with white Dresden baskets of peach blos som and Grecian vases of pastel pink .anid''. white lilies atop fluted `columrrs.: With' popular, smooth-voiced Allan Toohey (of 2UW)'as corn pere, eleves: charining: Sydney manneuiinsi modelled 'a colle tioni of'" budget -priced ':fashioris whiel-ttedtfIed by. the -enthu Siastic applause 'greeting., each moiedie-lived up to Ashley's prophecy .for'. them' bi, "delight itg. the' fashion-loving . hearts" of the* audience. - The 'mannequins ,. '4luded eadr, . Sydney. model, :June palilyWatkins,: who .. recently -?toek ·a t'itih...

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

Distinctive IFurs FROM MANUFACTURER : -.r . TO WEARER:; " = :. Consult ius Free bh ,iour ' y :Making-up of Furs to Style' and Measure. Repairing and Renovating of Coats, etc., Tanning and Dyeing of Skins arid Making-up. Business Hours: 8 a.m. to 4.30, ;week days. Saturday 'morning, by ap pointmnent only. M.de Barte S-Mfg. Furrier. Arcade PARRAMATTA : - irst Floor) Ph?o??: UW9339 "HIA WA T HA"4" .. A Sylvan Paradise in the hearts of. Parramatta. Make it the venue. fortyou .-- , .r SBlRTHA4Y PaRTy; .t. STAFF BALL i ANNUAL IINNER: SOCAL UNCTIONS 'Phone UW 8242, or call and discuss you.r,.plans,with. MR. G. O'CONNELL. PARRAMA TT; A. .' are - w.ise. Wise enough to know t that every woman can't follow every new Hair Style Fashion Individuality That is the Secret of BEAUTY Your hair must be patterned to g>tne ali'flatter your fac'e$ YomAy rest assured of an individual approach to all youri hair problems at 36 George Street; Parramatta UW 9685 ) Sydney and Suburbs ..? ... ? ?doted fo,. a...

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

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

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Christian Science Churches [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

Christian Science Churches Christ Jesus-was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scien tist, on Sunday. The Golden -Text was: Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will raise unto David a righteous Branch, and a King shall reign and prosper, and shall execute judgment and justice, in the earth . . this is his name whereby he shall be .called the Lord our righteousness. Jeremiah 23:5, 6. Among,the Bible citations com prising the Lesson-Sermon,. was the following: Behold my ser vant, whom I have chosen. Matthew 12: 18. The following passage from the Christian Science Textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary. Baker Eddy, was also included: Jesus established in the Christian era the precedent for all Christi anity, theology and healing. P.138. Patience does not mean- indif ference. We ;nay work and trust and wait, but we ought not to be idle or careless while wait ing.-Gail Hamilton.

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