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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

SASSEMB.LERS and -PROCESS WORKERS W. T. Carmichael, the Stove Manufacturers, of Rawson Street, Auburn, have vacancies for all these GOOD jobs. You'll work under ideal conditions in a modern factory handy to transport. NO SATURDAY WORK SAVE FARES - WORK CLOSE TO HOME IN A GOOD JOB. Make a note of the address: W.T.Carmichael Pty. Ltd. RAWSON STREET, AUBURN ]VI F F' "muer' I We can supply all your Farming Requirements Our Large Stock Includes - " Wheat All varieties of "Newpro" Mashes " , Chaff~ * Lucerne Hay * Concentrates * Straw * Shell Grit .* Sprays & Dusts * Fertilizers * Seed Peas * Japanese Millet When you need anything for the farm, consult us and we will be pleased to quote you. N.S.W. PRODUCE .CO. PTY. LTD. 76 Macquarie Street, Parramatta Phone : UW8016 Deliveries Made __ , -- =a ._ - ?-J ..?., .... . L_;" : = E ..... ... ... ' ; ? , , - . . . .. . . .J . . .. .. ... . ,_ ? , . ... . k PARRAMATTA'S NEW STOCK SALE YARDS Webb St., EAST PARRAMATTA, Each Friday. Commenci...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£3,000,000 Needed For Road Repairs [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

£3,000,000 Needed For Road Repairs Nearly £3,000,000 will :be needed to repair roads in N.S.W. damaged by recent flood rains, according to the Local Govern ment Association.. Cost of repairing roads in Syd ney metropolitan area was esti mated at £824,000, the. Associa tion, told. Holroyd Council last week. . The. Association said that fur ther 'representations were being made- to .the Minister` for Local Government (Mr. J. J. Cahill), for increased allocation of funds for road restoration work. She: Do you think they'll be successful in reviving Shakes peare? He: Oh, was he at the paAty too? --Toronto Globe Canada)

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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STRUCK BY LORRY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

STRUCK BY LORRY Madeline .Minnock. .(12), of Ross Street, Parramatta, had her. right leg fractured last week when she was struck by a lorry near her home. Parramatta Ambulance took her to Parramatta District Hos pital, where She was treated and discharged. There were 49 convictions for intoxication on railway pre mraises. The fines for these offences totalled £742.

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"Industry" Ban In Residential Area [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

Rhsidea ti Area. i.Hoiroyd Council' has refusedi to allow, a ian .to use .an electrtic. ~elding otitfit .in .a proposed gar age " in Boronia Street, .- Went rworthVrille South, a definied re sidential area under the Cumber larid County Council Scheme. The man, Mr. D. C. Wage maker, an interstate haulage oterator, recently received per mission from Council to erect a garage. in Boroniao Street, to house his trucks, He sought permission from Council last week to install thie 'welding outfit for repair work .on his .vehicles. Alderman F. Corkill: "This is an industry, and should not be .permitted in a residential area;" Tie Electrical Engineer (Mr. E.-N. Parry) said that the pro posed garage was a considerable distance from a power sub-sta tion, and use of electrical weld ing apparatus would- interfere with nearby domestic lighting and home appliances.

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NOTHING NEW ON PREFAB. HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

NOTHING NEW ON PREFAB. HOSPITAL The Minister for Health Mr. M. O'Sullivan) .is vague on the prospect of a - pre fabricated unit for Parra matta District Hospital. He was replying to a ques tion asked in the N.S.W..Legis lative Assembly by Mr. G. C. Gollan (Lib., Parramatta). Mr. Gollan asked the Minis ter whether the Governmens .had considered .using prefab.. structures to meet the 'need for maternity wards in inetropoli tan and laiger country centres. He also asked whether a list of such places. published re cently .in the press was an au thentic statement of the Minis ter's intentions, or whether he intended to .fulfil a. promise .made by his predecessor (Mr.. C. A. Kelly) concerning the provision of a sixty-bed ma ternity ward at Parra'matta, the fifth largest city in the State. Replying, : Mr. O'Sullivan said the list .had been prepared by .Mr.. Kelly, -and that the pre fabricated units were either on.. Ahips between Britain and Aus tralia, or about to be 'dispatch ed. A further...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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ASSAULT ON DRIVER COST £5 [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

ASSAULT ON DRIVER COST £5 Leslie James Llewlyn Hays (21), labourer, of Hassall Street, Parramatta, was fined £5 by Mr. Brown, S.M., at Parramatta' Court last week for assaulting a Lidcornbe hire car '.driver. He. was als. ordered to pay 30/- witnesses expenses. Hays pleaded guilty. Keith McGraw, hire car driver, of Neville Street, Lideombe. said in evidence that.. cfendant and two ether men had got into his cab at-. the- depot and :asked him' to drive t:hem to an ad dress in Has:all Street, Parra matta., One of the men, sitting in the front, seatj passed certain 1? marks to which he cbjected, McGraw said, and he told the three of them that they. would have to behave or leave the vehicle. However, defendant intervened and .the man apologised. Wlien the c'ar. reached: Hassall Street, :-McGraw 'said; the mnen ordered him to drive to Aston Street. The .:man: 'in the -front seat' then said; "How about putting us. out -OWnow;' ..;and ..-he ordered all three out of the . cab." McGiaw said ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Rangers' Cricket Club Annual Report [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

Annual Report The Rangers' Recreation and Sports Club held its 17th annual general meeting recently. The following is comment on the club's activities during the 1949-50 cricket season: Despite a few minor com plaints and inevitable difficul ties, no serious trouble present ed itself during the season. On occasions teams were hard put to field a full team, espe cially in C grade, but having an under 16 team playing in the Saturday morning competition, only in very rare instances was a team without a full side. Young players such as Frank: Goldsmith, Peter Watson, Alan Cash and Pat Davies acted in an able manner as substitute' fieldsmen. The club was better served in coaching than for many years, mainly due to the efforts of W. Howe, W. Moore and J. Tenie. During the season 16 meetings were held, average attendance being 21. In representative games, the club supplied a number of players as follows: Martin Shield: W. Anderson and W. Matheson, who topped the batting averages. Daily Tel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

The "Frances Cream Wave"' . ,- Becoming Increasingly Popular It's a revelation . . superb results without heat.. no stretching, or breaking of fine hair . . . gives a " '. ..- , delightfully soft, natural wave. Make a note of the name: THE FRANCES CREAM WAVE. And the girl with the magic touch . . Miss S PRITCHARD, at the .24 Macquarie Street, PARRAMATTA (Near School of Arts) UW9123 The Stromberg Carison "MAESTRO" With exciting NEW Features Brilliant FULL SIZED 4-valve mantel re ceiver. Brimful of power and thrilling im provements. A handsome plastic cabinet, in ". gns walnut, price ................... .......................... 5 glorious colours, 10/- extra Tone-Drift Eliminator Bass Boost Gives the "Maestro" full- Gives richer, more complett throated volume entirely free of distortion. tonal range than ever before A Small Deposit and Easy Weekly Payments make it yours a B RRAMATTA ' UW717 Ho- e- C lo32d Church Street r8P LU."TO LOUN E U1470 165 a5 30L5 fars rRood S 4S h149am. .fod...

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TELL US ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

TELL US ABOUT IT The Ar g us welcomes -items' on- all district social activities. These include weddings, birthday parties, dances, etc. Easy - to - fill - in wed.. ding forms will be sent free on application to the social reporter. .Any news items must be written in. ink or neatly typed, (double spaced). Pen. cil copy will not be ac. cepted. They may be left in the box'on No. 2 platform, Par ramatta railway station, or posted to The Argus Office, Box 20, P.O., Pasra matta. Are we benefited by plray ing? Yes, the desire which goes forth hungering after righteousness is blessed of our. Father, and it does not return, unto us void.-Mary Baker. Eddy. J_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

BLOOD, SKIN and .NERVE SPECIALIST' A?FALINE' A Guaranteed Remedy for increasing 'vim and vigour and restoring youthful, vitality. Herr .ITALI TY Rassmussen also specialises in Rheumatism, Liver PILLS - and Kidney Complaints, Catarrli, Gall: Stones, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Neuritis, Eczema, Psoriasis and all.Skin Diseases Bottle 6/-. ALL KINDS TRUSSES AND GENTLEMEN'S NECESSITIES STOCKED. CONSULT ·S" HERR RASSMUSSEN The Danish Herbalist who has over 60 years' experience in the treatment of all male and female complaints. 603 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY (NEAR GOULBURN STREET). TREATMENT BY POST. MA 5708. IMMEI1ATE OBS FOR WOMER up to 40 years of age AFTERNOON SHIFT -WORK. Hours: 3.35 -p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday Work Optional. For full information. ring--or 'call and see-Mi. - rBurchall. The phone number is UW 3221. Bond's are only.5 minutes from Pendle. Hill station. B ND , 'S INDUSTRIES LTD. Dunm ore Street, Wentworthville Spela Annoance m en t Sele ct Auto..Turi n Inc. LAKE MOTOR DRIVING T W...

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PRINTING POINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

PRINTING POINTS. Local singers' who have: entered the £500 "Sun". Aria contest in the City of Sydney Eisteddfod are Edna' McClell-and, of Carl ingford,- Allan Maxwell of Pennant Hills, Elizabeth Rust of Auburn, Cath erir.e Rogge of ' Merry lands, Charles Unsworth of Auburn, Heather J. McMiIlan, :Monica T. Selig, Parramatta, and S. Austin, Parramatta. There are 167 entries and the official pro gramme of the Eisteddfod is now available. It is an attractive, book of 220 pages and, of course, it was printed by, Cumberland Newspapers Ltd. (UW8804), opposite. Post Office, Parramatta. The Eisteddfod secre tary has complimented this firm on the excellence of the printing. . The death occurred recently of Gaisford Frederick iMlcCurdy (71), of Davies St., Parramatta North. He is survived by his" wife, Annie, two sons and one daugh ter. In prayer it .is better to have a heart. without words than words without a heart.--Bunyan.

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COUNCIL TO PURCHASE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

COUNCIL TO PURCHASE LAND. Parramatta City Council is acquiring land at Queen's Wharf, Parramatta, at present held by the Metropolitan Water Board, for a term' of 99 years from 1909, at a yearly rental of £2. Capitalised value of the land at 5% is £38, the sale price fixed by the Bbard. Area: of the land is 32 perches,

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LINK WITH LAND BROKEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

LINK WITH LAND BROKEN . Mr. Jonah:Williams (88) .of Eldridge Street, Merrylands, died recently. He leaves a widow, Elizabeth, four sons and four daughters.. . ... Born at 'Jaspers Brush on the South Coast in 1862, Mr. Wil liams wvas closely con?.acted: with the:dairy industry all his:life;. ex cept for a period of bee farming: in his early years. He was at one time associated with the well-known S.A.I. com pany at Monaro and in those days was a central figure in a dairy cattle r.-ction. at all Royal Shows. - Before his.retirement to Merry lands about 30 years ago, he lived on his dairy farm at Glendon Brook.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

Complete Home= rnisers WE SPECIALISE N BEROOM FURNITURE 4 We again offer, as -dis p la y e d, Beautifully Made and Finished Si with Ample Accom S.. modation in Coach wood. . We Have -Several De ;;o 'CF.. ·signs in Mahogany and . Walnut, with B 6 w Fronts,. at 6- G n s. - i . p WE HAVE TOO MANY ITEMS TO DETAIL SINGLY, BUT WE STOCK EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME--INSPECTION INVITED. PRAMS - THE FAMOUS "'STORK" MAKE -£1018/6 LINOLEUMS, RUGS, BABY CHAIRS, PLAYGROUNDS, OCCASIONAL TABLES, PILLOWS, BEDDING, etc., -etc. CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED FOR ANY SUM . Up to 2 years to pay.. . CASH ORDERS OR' LAY-BYS 10 SOUTH ST., GRANVILLE "- UU 2124 This car YOU can afford to own! WITH ENGINE AT REAR: S .OUR WIDE DOORS FOU courMonWALE SEATS . UR INDEPENDENT COIL SPRINGS FOUR INTERCHANGEABLE WET SLEEVE CYLINDERS ECONOMYI: MEANS EVERYT~Ifa i .G Our Spare Parts and Service, facilities, ensure tisfacory ownership ...ILBERT &_ ROA H ' : S34G6 CHURCH STREET" .'PARRAMATTA ,;:.:;. ! tos.UW 7708-7578 - .Right,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

RETURN :THANKS MRS. A. F. COOK and Family, of 27. Ritchie Street, Granville, wish to sincerely ,thank'Dr: Sheehy and Sister Runge, for-' their kindness and attention to her late husband and father, also to': thank all 'rela tives, friends and..especially .the friends of Ritchie .Street,; for-floral tributes, telegrams,??s letters and : cards,:. nd ..loving thouights" ex tended to them n iour recent sad ber'eaveme~nt. MR. FRED" KEMISTER, of 94 John Street- . Merrylanrds,: wishes .to thank-: relatives and friends.:, and neighbours :-for. floral :. tributies. cards,, lettersi, telegrams and -'er sonal messages :of- sympathy in his recent sad bereavement in the loss of his dear wife Easther; please accept this as my personal thanks. ENGAGEMENT MR., AND. MRS., H. J.. WILSON. of Granville, have announced, the en gagement of their .only daughter, June; to -John Second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Parlato. of Lidcombe. THE ENGAGEMENT is announced of Kathleen Margaret, second daughter of Mr. and M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

FOR SALE SF3O ONE WEEK: ONLY: 10 Per Cent Discount on Watches, Jewellery, Crystal. Silver, etc., you'll never tiuy at these prices again. A!l you have to do is ask for 10 per cent. Discount on any article. 5 per cent Diascount for Xmas Lay-bys. But. u:ease hurry. it can't lsth . Bridge Gifts. 347 Church St., '(at Lennox Brid-e). TY'PEWTIIERS. 2, perfect order, 11 inch carriage; £27/10.'-. £25. Roneo Duplicator, £20. All per feet order. C. L. Row'ing 325 Church Street. Parramatts. Phone UW6767, U.GTc501. ,GULBRANSEN -. Player Piano. as new, P 193 cash or easy terms; beautiful tone, walnut case. guar anteed and serviced free. free rolls, stool and delivery. Western Piano House. 73 Macquarie St., Parra SI-ANGS andt PLAYER PIAANOS leaanug makes, guaranteed '1 faultless condition, available al reasons be prices for immnedliat free delivery. Cash c,c terms. Player Scat and Rolls supphe' free. WL TUNE and SERVICE free for two years-therefore a sa?e investment: is a reliablr r.nstrament fro...

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P.N.'s NOT FOR OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

P.N.'s NOT FOR OVERSEAS People who desire to remit money to overseas countries should not send postal notes but should use the money order service. The Postmaster-General (Hon. H. L. Anthony, M.P.) who made this statement recently, said that, although information is given on .the face of postal notes indicat ing that they are negotiable only within the Commonwealth of Australia and in territories under the control of the Com monwealth, the number being :'sent. to other countries is in creasing. The practice is a con travention of. the Banking (Ex change Control) Regulations. Mr. Anthony added that postal administrations in other coun tries are quite justified in re fusing payment for an Aus tralian postal note and that the consequent inconvenience to both the sender and the payee would be avoided if the money order service were used.

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RISK "SERIOUS ACCIDENTS" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

RINSK "SERIOUS . ACCIDENTS" Lorries carrying heavy Railway. Department transformers, with gross ;loadings of .60 tons, risk serious accidents when using' Moi-t Stre.et. Granville; This was the opinion expressed by the Secretary for Railways (Mr. S. R.: Niholas) in a letter to Holroyd Council last week. Mort Street is also used by a concrete manufacturing com pany's trucks. Mr. Nicholas said that Mort Street, which gave access to the Department's property from Par ramatta Road, was "unsuitable" for heavy vehicles. "It is estimated that cost of placing Mort Street in a 'con'di tion capable of carrying depart ment motor traffic is £720," Mr. Nicholas stated. "It is suggested that actual ex penditure for the -work, :which will be done by the 'Department' be shared in equal proportions 'by Council, Ready Mixed Concrete Ltd., and the' Department.V i "Future maintenance of the roadway would' be the responrsi bility of- Council," Mr. Nicholas added. Council decided to ask the De partment to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

IMPORTED ' DOLLS,'T 'TC?' 'All' Dolls have Model Frocks on. PLASTIC- SLEEP!ING, DOLLS, from p5/ BABY; SLEE?PING DOLLS IN BASKETS Yardcs ofs lace on each dress, "£2; See the gorgeous Bride, Brides maids, and Flower Girls,; RED .'RIDING".HOOD,; complete with basket. Plastic Sleepers, long eye lashes, with beautiful, christening frecks- on. Model:,Froeks .to fit ?your ow -n dolls.,; . From '7/6i set. This i..f he first.A;tij+e this display of pai? s Model. Dolls have been shown : in Parramatta. To be sold by A. C. Products, ion FRIDAY; 22nd SEPTEMBER. Doors open at 9.30 a.m. A. C. PRODUCTS OVER STEWARDS' SHOE STORE TOWN HALL CHAMBERS , 180 Church St., Parramatta UJ 4077 -PLAIN AND SELF-RAISING ASK FR iT m ?'i ? ,?,?uurm!-~ m???m?: ,'?'? '?i i] ?,s The famous Silent Knight Gas Refrigerator now comes-to you in a new- streamlined I design, with new features, new improve ments. You can have immediate delivery ELIVERY at any gas showroom ... and the price, 2/10 r 80- deposit and 8/4 a ALL w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 20 September 1950

. I . I ..>*,. . / ?'4dr /ut . r ." MANT.. ." :.; 4 * ii": : Amazingly low priced, this smart mantel model gives excellent tonal reproduction and is fully guaranteed. Only .2... 1 or Dep. £2 DOUBLE LIFT-UP LID Closrs off gramophone when radio only is in use . prevents dust accumulating in turntable . .-. *:f oid y{:-provides a standi for flowers or ornament. " " . Perst V oId s rNures fortudnts RTAL F EATURES Mode e ric 3rd-Dimensional Sound System, which brings With RAD OG- you unbelievable new listening pleasure. Auto.Stop . SMicro ferro-tuned coils-the secret of "Tele- only 12''. Receives all stations-no aerial. pIns dista rtin . Just.plug into power-point anywhere. A Latest High-sensitivity 12in. Concert Speaker. Sturdy, attractive carrying case. De.p. nly GNS. or Dep. £4 * Covered by the renowned Eric Anderson Guar- or cash S" 4c3antee and After-Sale Service. 3 9 WONDER . VALUE! outstanding performance on both radio and records-.-.. .. 129 GS wee 8 DARCY STJREET, ...... .iPA...

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