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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

is happier with a Beale Biiou P ano The modern stream lined Piano that's just Sthe right size to fit a m. odern flat ,or home S-yet has full, rich .tone. :' .. Call ien and try one of these " lovely iinstrziments it the . ShOwroom of- . 11 Phillip Street, PARRAMATTA. o~~~ ·· '- ? _ ' . • ? " ."__ I; are~ wese ! Wise enough to know that every woman can't follow every new Hair Style Fashion Individuality That is the Secret of BEAUTY Yout- haii must be patterned to faiatme and flatter your face. You may rest assured of an individual approach to all your hair problems at 36 George Street, Parramatta UW 9685 Sydney and Suburbs .::?. ::h' , • . . .. • . . . . ', "? . ' ", iI , •·: o " ' , ,g~i~ .. ? .. 4 : U%9'' : :. . . .. , . . ; . - .~i "? ?/. , .FURS DIRECT FROM : MANUFACTURER See Our Factor -Show-. room Display. For your fur requirements Consult us with your Fur Problems. Making up of furs to in dividual style & measure. Repairs, Cleaninig & Re modetaing, or Tanning, ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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KEPT ARMY KIT, FINED £5 [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

KEPT ARMY KIT, FINED £5. Alfred Blackman, of. Bal-: moral Rd., Northmead, was fined £5 with 10/- costs by Mr. Brown, S.M., at Parra-. matta Court last week for havy ing failed to return, when re quested, equipment issued to him by the First Royal N.S.W. I-Lancers (Parramatta). • He was further ordered to de liver up the equipment or-.pay its value, £12/0/1- -i -. . Serg.rant Vivian- Norbert .Chester (for the Commonwealth listed on September 9, 1W48, and had been: issued wvith the equip. ment. Not much had be.rn seen of him since and he -had made no attempt to return the goods, although asked to do so several times. SBlackman, who pleaded guilty, said he could return a few of the articles, but not all of them, as som.s had been stolen.

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MANY FAREWELLED "MERCIFUL" JUDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Criticism that he had been prone to give too many bonds was answered by the fact that 80% ,o released never again appeared before the Court, Judge Shortland said last Thursday. His Honor was speaking from the Bench at Parramatta Quarter Sessions, when he was farewelled on his retirement after serving 12 years on the Bench of the Western Circuit. "Criminals are not born, but made, most cases being. caus ed by circumstances and con ditions,'" His Honor said. "1 have, duringmy experi ence, sent only two women to gaol, and never sent a boy on his first charge. "Crimes are caused by various circumstances. "Some b.oys who have ap peared chargied before me, have conme from broken homes. "Under these circum stances, I sometimes felt I would like to punish their parents." - - Judge Shortland sai~ he had learned .that. there were "very, very more good people, than bad." - " The main object of punish ment was for -the -'reformation of the criminal. "'I have never known a case where mecy has be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Dispensing Chemist , KODAK SUPPLIES e ARGYLE STREET, PARRAMATTA Opp. Station. . Telephone: UW 9270 . ' .j.-Y \I7 EASIER ON A Fhrraa •. . 406-8 .~uRth t · ntt I ~UW·. 9333 : i ,? ? ? m-t? [ ' •An extraordinary offer! 10% Discount off any article * E .o . ? ,P U- you choose! . Silver * Jewellery * Ctystal, etc. I -- even WATCHES! - 5% ollowed for Xmas Lay-bys. 347 CHURCH ST. SKT. G. HALE. At Lennox Bridge. MOQD·ERN L V N " with LABOUR SAVING APPLIANCES - now at ~ESTERN TECNICO Electric ! -" F0oor Polisher Polishes and protects parquetry, iinoleumtile, terrazzo and rubber surfaces. tl Avaiiable in 2 models. 3 brush style .... £29/8/ 2 ,, , .... £21 only 4'9 weekl TECNICO It's more .th'n a Cleaner---it's c homa cleaning outfit The ienico VocLrum Cleaner, gives' you the finest. Vqly for your money. CASH PRICE ONLY .. ... . . .f.. . 15/ '~ 9 WEEKLY * 73 MVACQUAr1IE ST.. PARRAM¶AT A. UW6480 * Have Your Tennis Racket Restrung - at - T ICNER'S 18 DARCY STREET, P'MATTA. UW 9312 Latest Model R...

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DR. EVATT TO ADDRESS P'MATTA ROTARIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

DR. EVATT TO ADDRESS P'MATTA ROTARIANS Guest speaker at International Night of Parramatta Rotary Club, on Wednesday, September 20, will be former Minister for Ex ternal Affairs, Dr. H. V. Evatt#. Among guests who are expect ed to attend wil?t be r.veral dip lomatic represetatives. -Mr. C. Jetitt?i? will ~cit? eed as Club President Mr. J. Burrows, who has retired, at a special cere mony on Wed?esday, September 27.

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DEATH OF MR. S. V. MOFFITT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

DEATH OF MR. S. V. MlOFFITT Mr. Sydney -Vincent Moffitt, manager of the Parramatta branch of the Rural Bank of New South Wales, died at his home in Campbell Street, Pai' ramatta, on Friday, after a short illness. Born 61 years ago on the Shoalhaven, where his father, Mr. Charles Moffitt, was a well known farmer and grazier, Mr. Sydney Moffitt joined the Gov ernment Savings Bank in 1906. Later he transferred to the Commonwealth Bank and finally to the Rural Bank. He was manager of the Taree branch of the Rural Bank for nine years before transferring to Parramatta four. years ago. He is survived by Mrs. MoE fitt and five children, Paul and lan (now in Europe), Geneva (Mrs. J. Stocks), Marjorie (Mrs. F. Palmer), and Ruth.

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P.M.S. and Ashley's Donate £242 to Maternity Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

fP.M.S. and Ashley's Dnate 242 to SAt the` conclusion of the final perform ance, on Saturday night, of Parramatta Musi cal Society's triumphant 4-night presentation of "Rose Marie," Mr. G. C. Gollan, M.LA., patron of the Society, pres-ented a cheque for 100 gaineas to the president of Parramatta Hospital Board, Alderman P. H. Jeff ery. Mr. E. Bartlett, manager of Ashley's,' Parramatta, als3 presenfted a cheque for £136/19/6, total proceeds from- Ashley's recent fashion parades. Both donations will go to Parramatta Maternity Hospital General Appeals Com mittee. 'President .of P.M.S., Mr.. H. J. cGranger, introduced Mr. Gollan, the Mayor of Parramatta, Alder pian E. A. Mobbs, Alderman Jef fery, Mr. Bartlett, and Mrs. Roy Turton, of the Citizens' Generali Appeals Committee. Alderman Mobbs thanked the laudience for their valuable sup port and assistance to Parra matta Musical Society, of-which he is a patron. He felt, he said, very proud indeed of them, first for their objective in work...

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Parramatta C.W.A. Gives £362 To Charities [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Parramatta C.W.A. Gives £362 To Charities At the last monthly meeting of Parramatta C.W.A. the branch allocated the total money raised for th.e last' financial year. - The amounts, were .allocated as follows: £200 to the C.W.A. seaside homes buildinig 'fund; £100 to :the C.W.A.. general funds (to be used 'for the most needy' cause); £50 to Keera House, the association's rest and holiday home for women and children of the outback, at Dee Why; 10 guineas to. the flying doctor; and one ·iinea to the Travellers' . Aid .Society. - At the close of 'the meeting, the result of .the cpmptiution for an openr order ' for stockings, donated bIy the Riioslyih stocking shop, was .announced'. The win' ncr was' M s. :L;cklod ,' of' Sev tile St., Pafam'actta.'· ' Mrs. John Annesley, Glenorie, uianched at Prince's last.week,. with . her mother, Mrs. A. H. Powell. Mrs. Powell recently returned from 'the U.S.A., where she visited her other daughter, Mrs. Alan Tully, in Baton Rouge, New Orleans. Mrs. Tv...

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"NO ACTION" ON DOUBLE-DECKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

"?NO ACTION" ON D UBLE-DECKERS Complete reconstruction of Old Prospect Road, Wentworthville, would be needed before it could be used for double-deck and semi trailer bus traffic, the Engineer (Mr. J. R. McClelland) told Hol royd Council. Before Council was a request from Wentworthville Sotith Pro gress Association,. urging uise of the road for double-deck and semi-trailer buses. The Association contended that transport of people in the district was a "No. 1 priority." Council decided to take "no action" in the matter. The death occurred recently of Frederick Cook (84), of Ritchie Street, Granville. He is survived by his wife, Ann, one son and three daughters. Interment took place at Parra matta Baptist Cemetery.

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

FAMILY heirlooms, antiques, what-nots and :.aa vriety .of: fascinatinig 'articles many years old will be shown this afternoon in the exhibition, which is the feature of the "Antique Afternoon"' being held at the School of. Arts, Mqc'quarie Street, by Parramatta Red Cross~ :branch-. Musical items, competitiohs' 6nd afternoon tea will complete the enjo/ment of all comers. Time, 2 p.m. RECENT activities of, the Red Cross branch include a "movie afternoon" at the home of Mr. and Miss E. Arundel, at North mead. Guests were entertained by films of Princess Elizabeth's wedding, taken by Mr. Arundel, who was in London at the time; and other absoi'bing films of a cross-country, tour to Adelaide. Hostesses for the afternoon weie Miss E. Arundel, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Rolston, and Mrs. Rowley; and Mrs. Marriott. entertained with a bracket of songs.. Pro c'e~ds will help promote the Red Cross Fete, to be held in Novem ber. ++ Mrs. A. Flegg returned home to Parramatta last Wednesday from a brief but...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

never~ before~ such a wonderful -selection of ANAND world famous Pl I • , , ' RONISCH ... LIPP . VICTOR... MIGNON ? BRUNSMEAD.. . BEALE "HAPSBURG, GULBRANSEN . KAPS . .. BELLING • .~ PIANO from WESTERN * PIANO HOUSE ih is cov ered by a 2-year gua'- i antee and free service on any for 2 years . .. Make a wise purchase -- now and buy a Piano or Player Piano from - £65 - -WAith such a large range to choose m frm at Western P-iano 'Ho e, ' you're sure to find the very best value for your money and the . piano most suited to your require ments. Don't Delay ... Call inat- - *7 MAC . ST. PA.tlAMATTA. U.6480 S.ALSO AT SOUTH STREET, GRANVIL (Next to Castle Theatre)::.. : ::.:: . S ? L: " . . '): ... (N xt" 0 C stl The tre ... ii,-;.i:.?" : ,- ., : '., . : :?s .. ..P U 7 ,S B E~~ ..t~ 'V i% . .. .. ., , . . . ... , .- . ., ,,.. . .. ;,, : . : :... . . ;,;:.,,: i. ,.;: ?,.: ' r -em GO a.....mG0LDMAN's -8............. e a ! Fo?r?Al EELECTRICAL and-- -" I A HOME APPLIANCES ... I The "ETNELEC". E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

"? ...i~ SMagnificent ... Swiss 'Relide' Wrist Watches Now in Parramkatta, at -Astra Jewellers: - Ladies' & Gent's 15 and 17 Jewel, High Pieci slon Swiss Movement Watches . ANTI-MAGNETIC - SHOCKPROOF "''- i~:!:ii'i:.: o WATER.PROTEC'TED ...House in beautifu mode cases, expertly finished by Swiss. craftsmen See them and marvel at the low prices. 15 Year Guarantee 12 monxths Unconditional .-,.: Free Service includes replacement of main spring, oiling and .. .. . -," ." .* 'adjusting. S.MCeARRITY AEXRAF PQOP. 45 71 MACQUARIE STREET, PARRAMATTA The Swmar rnd Practical Outstandin Summeir Froicks Featuring .3-piece Sun ad Ply Suits in French Seersucke?s and English Cottons No . Play and Swim Suit, -n..ncSeersuckers and English .6ttons.-. . .. . No. 2 Very smart full cu9 Si.~ Fu ench'$eersuckers nd English Cottons. No. 3~ A Sunisuit with per tly cut Jjcket and~ trimmed with wid' ribbon and fetiieriipcockets. :;; Pay az Visi to artin's. Martin's Lovely Girls extend the best courtesy...

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Mayor Reports On New City Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

M~ayor Reports On. New City Counail The following is tIt, fourteenth of a series of articles written by the Mayor of Parramatta (Ald ermnan E. A. Mobbs) on the work accomplished in the first year of the new ParYramatta City Council. It now becomes necessary that I write something of the posi tion in Dundas Ward. The people will remember that in the numerous meetings I ad dressed over the years I stressed the fact that amalgamations would bring in their train co- siderable reductions in the .mounts available for public works, or to maintain the quota a very substantial: increase in rating-both of which were re pugnant to the people. However, the Government of the Day (being the accredited voice of the people) saw fit to bring about the greater area. When I was elected Mayor, anL MIr. Kay (town clerk) we set about diligently carrying out the law as it was handed to us and claim to have achieved much, notwithstanding the num erous difficulties encountered. Earlier this year I wrote at ...

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Presentation To Retiring Officers [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Presentation To Retiring Officers At its annual meeting held recently at the City Hall, Parra matta Auxiliary of Sydney. Dis trict Nursing Association elected the following members' to 'office: . President, Mrs. A. E. Putland; vice-presidents, Mesdames P. H. Teffery,. I Drummonid, C,. Cham pion, and K. Brown; hon. trea surer, Mrs. W. Lee; hon. secre tary, Mrs.. L, N. Brpwn. ;During the afternoon a pre sentation. was made to the retir ing president, Mrs. P: H. Jeffery, and , the retiring treasurer,. Miss M. Cumming, who did not seek re-election. Both' Mrsr .Jeffeiry and Miss Cumming had held office since the Auxiliary's incep tion eight years ago.-, Each 'was' presented. with .-n: ornamental pottery basket. in appreciation of her services to the6' Axiliary. Meinbers deeply regret ..-the continued absence, from; activities ,of .Mrs. . Teffery, who has. been ill for ,,,sy.eral months.,. They join. with Mrs.., Jeffery'S many other friends in hoping she..will soon be fully restored to go...

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Progress Association Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Progress Association Meeting The Wentworthville South Progress Association will meet tomorrow night in the Baptist Church Hall in Boronia Street. The association meets on the second Thursday in the month. In continuance of their fight for a better bus service, the association has written to Mr. J. S. Freeman, M.L.A., seekin;g his support.

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Tops Variety Show For R.S.L. Quest [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

?: :For RaS ,Quest Tops Vait Show~Ti : B6nd's popular Entertainment an Unitkwlll present its '"Variety Bombshell"? at Parramatta City 1-all on September 26; in- aid of Parram;itta R.S.L. siub branch's candidate in this year's Miss Australia 'Quest, Betty Ashcroft. The unit has a splendid record of services for charitable organ isations during the past ten or twelve years. During the war the group concentrated on presenting concerts for the Forces. After the war ended, Bond's Entertain ment Unit, under the direction of Mr.- George Hickey, carried' on the good work with niumerous variLty shows for such charitable organisations as Recd Cross, Leg acy, and the Home for Incur ables. The unit has conducted many successful shows in Cumberland district and 'has als broadcast over Radio 2UE" with Harry Yates Diggers' Show. More re cently the group staged a variety show for the patients at Yaralla R.Bpatriation Hospital (Concord). Parramatta audiences a re p iniied a first-class programme of-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

No appointments necessary for the .Ja mal WAVE • Expert staff and skilfully trained hands are the only means of producing an easy-to-make wave. The Jamal wave protects the precious keratin coating - which means so much to ,Your hair. •Frances Salon 24 Macquarie ?treet, PARRAMATTA -- UW 9123 Has Proven the Season's Most Popular "Mantel Radio Use it anywhere in the house. I? j,2 Just One of the Hotpoint "NATURL COLUR-TONE" Range. "Natural Colour-Tone" aneans the full, rich tonal range of transmitted sound. £17-14-O Cash or Terms (° N ,. . a S spA - aRAMATTA .W 71 7 O AR ATONAL +°The "EL AB 4'" PeidDni Suite . . and EN 320 hI.th Str. eet E 3PeU LO4NGE S70T ss~~~~Los SprngFile Cushionsodllsa ~Bs~ I~ p f. h474 o?' uS Street5 0e4 Suit is of30 ple-si ·pern • + ?-.-+'featuig a CarVzED Spildi-d ~n\a\esHoLds, ' ... , CEN A ' + a ,nd 2 %rgeO is " .s .. .n 3ith -han95carvet d "leed.l". Rd . CHAI*SO)EATURE CANEvayrTAPESTRYNILeWAY £18/*5/11* ,Th ELZ ETrA"ueini Suite..h a At HANDiSi CARVEDgs f?rus...

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HOMES "OUT" IN INDUSTRIAL AREAS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

HOMES "OU'T" IN INDUSTRIAL AREAS Holroyd Council will not per mit construction of homes in zoned industrial areas. Council last week told Mr. R. C. Franklin, of Bexley, who pro posed to purchase land in Kiora Crescent, that the sire was in an "A" Class Industrial Ar~ea, and home building wouYd not be aI lowed. Coun:il referred to the CuFt; berland County Council a request for permission to build a house. on land in Railway Street, Gran ville, ir the .path of a proposed by-nass highway.. :The land is also in anitrea" d. fined as -. en space" by -u'i~iberhhd?:?ounty C?,,??i?.. ";,. ,Messrs.: :Kelty anc Boyer. of Boundary ·$reet, Pa.-matrta, sought permission to construct a fibro home on the land. Arthur Noble Pomeroy (71), of Allison Road, Guildford, died re cently. He is survived by his wife, two sons and one daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

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SPRING FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

SPRING FETE Pony rides, lucky dips and a '"fishing" competition are among the populair amusement featuris being arranged by Parramatta Child Centre Mothers' Club for their annual Spring Fete on Sat urday, September 16. The fete, to be held at the Centre, 83 George Street, Parra matta, will be officially opened by -Mr. G. C. Gollan, M.L:A. Afternoon tea Miill be served "Devonshire" style (with fresh cream) and :hot ,dogs and ice creams will be on sale. Proceeds from the f.te will aid the building fund for a new wing at the Child Centre to accommo date the 4-year-old infants who. are at present using the Baptist Church hall. The Health Inspector (Mr. V. R. Macklin) told Holroyd Coun cil last week that on?e case each of diphtheria, scarlet fever, and scar letina had been reported during the past fortnight. A prayer in its simplest defi nition is merely a wish turned God-ward.-Phillips Brooks.

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