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POEM IN MAUVE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

POEM IN MAUVE The wistaria in the. Men tal Hospital grounds ad joining the Parramatta Park is a poem in mauve beauty at present. and will, as al ways, attract thousands of visitors. Incidentally, this delight ful scene will be the colour plate on the 1951 Cumber land Newspapers' calendar. Like last year's calendar, which was a beautiful five coloured picture of the Jubilee Fountain and St. John's Church, Parramatta, this year's calendar will be completely printed on the new automatic colour print ing machines at Cumber land Newspapers Ltd. (Ph. UW 8804), opposite' Post Of fice, Parramatta.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

L"BrocI, OFFICE from the office. Our office girl, Olive, who lknows how many beans make five, says Alister is a swoon name. for the Derby winner. -MEMO for kids (all-agýc). Anybody want to swap old cigarette cards with Mr.. W. J. M. Guyton, of 5 Birchwood Rd, West.. Byfleet,. Surrey, England? Mr. Guyton. (41), member of the London Transport Executive, (how. he fourn-d me out, Pete knows) says he has stacks of in teresting English newies await :ng swap. Happier days note. Remember- when we "used' to play. cigarette card "Two-up?" A LOVELY little lady bulldog Stwice got in the money at ?arramatta Agricultural So ciety's 18th Annual Horse and 'iamnionhsip Dog Show. TName-aMa lantayr Sara. Q UESTION in 2GB "Ki-ig of Quiz" session last Thurs ay night. "What is the name of the captain of 'the British Rugby union team inow to ring ~Aus Iralia?" Far as- we .lioww Cap. Mullen. ';d his tricky tourists are nearer -'hty-than Aussie at the pres ent moment. Anyhow, the questionee ,didn't score th...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

FOR SALE., XMAS CARDS: Parramatta Series.. St. Johns. Old .Govt. House. King's School 2i2. :Elizabetl FRrm .t: 'Patrick's. exclusively 'etched by. Douglas Pratc, set of 6, 3/-. Cum berlar.d Newspapers Ltd., lvac quarse Street. Parramatta. ,CARPENTER'S full k:t for sale. in good order; also cramps. 16 Sta tion Et.. Harris Park. ELECTRIC motor, 14 h.P., £ 6. UX7763. 17 Alphin St., Lldcombe. REFRIG., 5 cub. ft., just been over hauled, resurayed, 3 months' guarantee, £65. 17 Alphin St., Lidcombe. UX7763. -ONE manele, 15/-. 29 Myrtle Street, Gran.'ille. JCE chesc. fu;l size. porcelain lined, good condition. 32 East St.. Gran ville. _ANTAILS. Bluebars, racing pigeons, selling cheap, moving. UJ2722. DOLLS. A.C. Products are giving another display of Pam's exclusively dressed model dolls, Friday 29th September, 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Sleepers from 15/-. 180 Church St., Parramatta (over Stewards Shoe Store). TDUNLOP Lawn Bowts One set, 5 inch, new. Wentworthville Sports Stara. 23 Station Str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

CHtARLIE RO'WNIG Specialises in REAL ESTATE FARM PROPERTY SALES * BUSINESS and GENERAL AUCTIONEERING His 25 years' LOCAL experience is your guide. CLEARING OUT and FURNITURE SALES conducted anywhere at shortest notice. Be sure of prompt personal service and expert Salesmanship. CONSULT- CHARLIE L ROW NG LICENSED GENERAL AUCTIONEER, STOCK & STATION AGENT. REAL ESTATE & BUSINESS AGENT OFFICE: 325 CHURCH ST.., PARRAMATTA 'PHONES: Office. OW 6767-UW 6501; Private OF 2225 C. H. W EBB' BROS. Builders and Contractors. Established 1912. Members of the Master Builders' Association of N.S.W. 67 Rosehill Street, PARRAMATTA ESTIMATES GIVEN. PHONE:, UW 8629 Reid Sevice Station (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 BA TTERY CHARGING. AUTHORISED INSPECTION STATION. ...

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Vandals Tear Down Claypit Safety Fences [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

Vaindals lear Down CBaypit Safety Fenes Holro-yd Coin ci1 inspectors are combing. the municipality in a systematic check of all clay-pits, .fooowing the, drowning of a. seven year-old boy at Merrylands on September 1 7. The Mayor (Aid. W. -Campbell) wiM submit a report to the-next meeting of .the .Counci . Kenneth Richarj Jain-cn i?as ;drowned when he fell .hi tco a -water filled pit owned by Clay. Products Pty. Ltd., whi'e play ing with his 10-year-cld bro ther, Robert. Alderman- Campbell said ycs terday that the Health Inspector (Mr. V. Macklin) was inquiring into the fatality, and had in spected fences surrounding .the pit. "It has always been my Cout cii's policy to protect the live; of children by carefully checking fences; and barriers, surrounding clay pits," the Mayor told the Argus. . "Countmcils inspectors are, adr always have been, alive to dai gers at the pits. "All along the line we have tried to" protect the children, and asked owvners of the pits to keep their ;:'surr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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FORMER MAYOR LOOKS BACK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

FORMER MAYOR LOOKS BACK A former Mayor of Holroyd '(1912-13), Mr. L. G. McCredie, recalled memories of the past .when he was welcomed at Hol royd Council meeting. He said: "When. I was in the chair, road work was done with, wheelbarrows, and we met with. hot reception when it was de tided to purchase a motor truck. "But, this was progress, and. ,tho erection of this council chamber resulted from our pro p ess." Aldermen travelled by han som cab from' Parramatta to at. tend meetings at the old coun cil chambers in Western .Road. "Many's the time I stumbled. :into water holes walking home: to ,Guildford from. council. imeetings late at night," Mr. McCredie recalled. His father, Alderman G. Mc-, Credie, a pioneer of the district,' was Mayor of Holroyd from 1892 to 1894.

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P'MATTA GROWER ELECTED SEEDMEN'S PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

PF'M ATTA GROWER ELECTED SEEDME 'S PRESIDENT Mr. Eric C. Rumsey. o;e of the -bst-known nr.i in the seed trade in Auf?raIia Ad managing director of th.t fi?? of Rumsey's Seeds, Cherch . St., Patranlatta, has been e;ect•ed president of -the Secdsr&nn's Association of N.S.W. in suc cession to Mr. G. C. Yates. Mr.- 'Rumsey was. previous y president of the organisation in 1939. He was also secretary and' one of the organisers of tie Federal Seedsmen's Organisation. A member of a prominent Par ramatta-Dundas family whi&cb has been associated wit~ the seed. trade for. more than --5 years, Mr: Rumsey .has ?studied .seed production, in:-.U.S.A? E?I anid ah .if=i eivery 'Austra2 an State. He is a Director of the Par ramatta Group of Co-dp rati-ve Building Societies and' under. his guidance the seed 'firn of Rzm sey's in Parramatta has, grown to one of the largest in the metropolitan area.

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WORTH A VISIT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

WORTH A VISIT -Murray" Bros. of Church Street, :Parramatta, .' ill .iold a .Comi imunity 'Show'. -in., conjunctiobn with Station 2CH at Parramatta :City Hall next Friday, Septem ber 29, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. : These, shows were: discontinued a few years,.ago, 'but Murray Bros. have revived them in re sponse to numerous requests. One hour ' of the programme will be broadcast over. 2CH and heading radio personalities and variety artists will be featured. Popular disc jockey Walter El Jiott will be compere. " Admission is lid reserved, .6d unreserved. Booking plan at iVIurray'Bros.' fashion showroom. Community Show will be re peated at Parramatta City. Hall every fourth Friday at the same time. Neil Barry (12), of Banksia Street, Granville, suffered lacera tions to. his scalp when his bicycle collided with the rear of a truck in 'Louis Street, Granville, last week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

No appointments inecessary for the Jamal WAVE Expert staff and1iskilfully trained -hands are the only means. of producing- an., easy-to-make wave. The. Jiamal wave protects the precious. keratin coating w.hich means so- much to your. hair. ,:. :Frances Salon 24 Macquarie, ;treat, ' PARRAMATTA - UW'9123 The Best in Radio ... The Essence of Beauty. THE .NEW SAFETY SEALED 4 VALVE --MANTEL In the exquisite "StyIe Line" totally enclosed plastic cabinetq incorporating the famous original Phantom Valve reflex. circuit, you will find your dream radio - a radio created and produced for your enjoyment. Priced at £18/10/ in walnut,. TERMS AVAILABLE for your Convenience. .: ·.. ·-.· N * ,L-, 81;VlB5~. AR ATTA R UW 7167- T 3AR 20 A h Street HplElI0 I H-I: F IRtH T;1470 tj U td S l1 .E ' " rest'R bod S.. and 305 ..- -0 4 88 EASt eO D * ...AS. **.... * cork-filld hessianSe back,, nW • ter . s19ucha serviceable toos most reasonable . PR • N D . . . , JIN UMCORK-FILLED EU., E ENGLiSH AX NSER SQUA 72...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

,SUTION,, DAY ~RAISEDI. ' &25Q ,"ore than £5,000 was raised in Sydney and the Metropolitan Area during a recent button day appeal' for the United Na tions Appeal for Children.:i Glamorise your windows with. w· KIRSCH ALL-METAL VENETIAIN BLINDS Wiw(ith Kirsch All-Metal :Blinds, in the new "Off-White" colour, you can control the light . . cdistribute it evenly thtQughout the roonna Flexible. metal- slats are casy to clean . . . and easy' on the eyes. Phone or call for quotation. TASMAN " COWELL :& CO., 309 :Church street, PARRAMATTA. SUW 8974. Trousers691. -WHILE PRESENT STOCKS LAST! .; t i. ''Stamina" Trousers will definitely rise in price bdfore very long-so-why not take advantage :of TO-DAY'S PRICE NO\V I Several new, smart shades are now available, mak -i ' ,ing 12. smart shades in alt. '- : · ·Normal; Tall & 'Stout fittings .... • CREAM Wool GABARDINE ISPORTS TROUSERS ..... 5' Magnifiently T a ilor ed Cream Gabardine Trous Sers, in FNormal, Tall and 'Stout...

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PASSING OF NOTABLE CITIZEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

PASSING OF NOTABLE CITIZEN Mr. Charles Martin Sattler, .prominent in Masonic circles for 50 years and secretary of Lodge Resurgo, Parramatta, for nearly.. 49 years, died at his home, Macquarie Street, parranatta, recently, in his 87th year. Born at Bega, .Mr. Sattler joined the Department of Public Instruction as a youth and taught at schools on the South Coast before coming to Baulkham Hills to take charge of the local school. For many years he was headmaster of the Meadows School, Toongabbie. : He retired from the Department 21 years ago. Mr. Sattler was a former secre tary of Parramatta School of Arts and for 45 years was audi tor of Parramatta Starr-Bowkett Society. He was a warm sup p9orter of St. John's Church, Parramatta, and for a consider able time was a member of the choir. Fond of sport, Mr. Sattler played cricket with several teams in this district, and for some years played bowls with the local club. He is survived by his widow and four daughters, Mesdames Millard, Brow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

Miss McLACHLAN -;Dispensing Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE STREET, P:ARRAMATTA Opp. Station. Telephone: UW 9270 .+ . "- ( Ii 468Church -r .t u . P r" t 406 Z; D D ' ? n?~m • ? + ' , ' I . . • e# " ,!; k ' J ?: ' ' ' ' " kL +? '+ b ' k + :. .. s RP SES Red uced Prices. Bri Gifts" LAY-BY FOR CHRISTMAS -. IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 347 CHURCH STREET, Al~,~araarr~·mwcm~ynnanm~amae~.·n I-PA RRAMATTA._ THE NEW EKRSLER - . . * • 9 34n-one Housed .in anm entirely. sealed streamlintd cabinet- c plastic. The'three-in-one is much more than a rad·c . gram, it's-a home entertainment unit. It's your ri - z radio come true. . . . See it or display t Western Piano House. CA SH" PRICE . i 5 Gns. rfor o Weekly i6Y * T SI. , 3nI-A.S"'23' . - .,.""ATTA. UW6480" " . Have Your Tennis Racket Restrung - at - TIC KNER'S 18 DARCY STREET, P'MATTA. ' 9312 Latest Model Rackets :and All Accessories Stocked.

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RE-NAMING OF GOODS YARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

RE-NAMING OF GOODS YARDS The Railways Department is considering a suggestion that" the Granville goods yards be re -named ,the.,Parramatta-Granvilla T. he Parramatta Chamber of Coifimerce, wvhich recently ap proached the DIpartment on the matter, clainis that. the change in .name would .eliminate the. un necessary diverting to Darling Hiirbour of railway freight con signed to Parramatta.

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SMART FINES ON YOUNG BRAWLERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

SMART FINES ON YOUNG BRAWLERS Five young men appeared before Mr. Brown, S.M., at Parramatta Court last week charged With offensive be haviour; following a brawl outside Granville cinema. Garfield Catt :(26), labourer, of 'Jenkins Road, Catlingford; Lionel Moxon (20O), baker, of Good Street,; :Granville; Peter Vines . (19), labourer, of A'Beckett. Street, Granville; Spencer Gollan (18), labourer, of Arthur Street, Granville and Frederick Klower (19), of Prince Strect, Granville. All pleaded guilty to the charges. They were each fined. £5. Catt, who crashed through a "late glass window of a milk bar during the brawl, was also ordered to pay £17 compensation :o Western Suburbs Cinemas Ltd. According to evidence, police -ushed to a disturbiice' outside :he theatre in Sydney Road, Granville, where a mob of about '0 young men were fighting. Constable Gavin, of Granville, aid onlookers surged across.the :oad, blocking= traffic to Sydney. "There's a lot of this sort of :hing going on in Gra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

B ES~T - "C No i tote tiren to Ieau';tfy , o~ur garden. As.k cur advice OKI '~C-r crdec+ probleTnSs. LIVERYThING FO YOUR GARDEN" o IRD SV Parr.matlcrs Leading Funeral Directors. illI im Me atfe CoL t.I 181 hurh Steet PARAMATA Aw I IV /'t 5 1/ T 1 1ht ý.-H , ~ A -wRs . Z *Nfr HA cHm FOR CORRECT PRICES; SERVICE AND CIVILITY. :'PHONE UUW 9164-WE DEIVER-RIGHT AT STATION, GUILDFORD Make: Lay- iNow on "Cyclops'" Toys " BAKO :BUlDING SETS S -TRAN - SETS etc. SCROC..KERY *AND GIFTS FOR, XAS ~Saave the -Increase i ?Prices | '·· .^^^^^ ^ GRWKR^ANB^ LAWN MOWERS. BUY NOW AND IAVOID INCREASE IN -- . ':PRICES., ' "QUALCAST" .'' 1- 2?. £5/le, ? 14" £5/3/6 .."OCGDEN.' RUibber i~Fyes and. all .i tat: :im 12G Il. PORTAELE, COLREERS '(Cominpete): 83/3 STANDSO .. :- . "WEBUSTER ' SAN ITARY.bUTFITS . . "£4/1.7/6 A ITARY PANTICOVER.SE., is -S EL WHEELBAi RC.WS,' 47/6,. 5 /9,.. 67/6'" Large nge of GARDEN TOOLS .and. GARDEN -cr?OSE. t L,?t Se,?sn ' .'Pr- iccs.: 'LGE . STOQGcK:S ' ."YATES" . -NEW SEASON'S S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

SOR Yo " HT -KE EA ROSE" No woman can resist the newest fashion note on a fashion-right dreamgown-. placed centre-f.ront on `all Kayser Rosegowns this in LOVELACE the very new lovely spray of roses is easily detachable. JERSEY Roses and lace on smart Kayser styling and made from glorious textured "Celanese" Jersey-beauti ful Pastel shades. All Sizes.. . W.-W. O.S. 49' 54'6 SBuy the Easy Way, LA Y-BY 4'- in the £ Deposit - KAYSER SLIPS Styled in luxurious heavyweon-rig ht ' Celanese" which mean practical quality plus glamour. Tea Rose or u a sWhite. SizeA 32li38 Soft clinging "Celanese" binds .. Pink or White. Size~ SW., W, OS. "SHEERON" 51 Gau ldo Hel Youll catch a glane of romance So sheer--so ye o gso when you wear the newest Kayser ...tifl-glor.us S pring c.lours. Adorably sheer. Sizes c s for .ti. tiditest.legs. 8' to 10. t 10.1 "Kay-Ballet" Sandal Heel Suntan, Swagger, Sonata Spotlight r-im inative new colou rs Sizes p 8. to 10-. .PAI3AM AI' 6J n) • ,:.. ,. ~ . : -, , C. BID WE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

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C. OF C. BACKS MOVE FOR ROYAL VISIT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

C. OF C. BACKS ?MOVE FOR ROYAL. VISIT Parramatta Chamber= of Com mnerce will support City. Coun cil's moves to .have Parramatta: included ini" the iti?.?rary to be undertakenJ: by the i King andd Queen during. their 1952'. visit tot Australia.

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£30 FINE FOR S.P. BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

£30 FINE FOR ,S.P. BETTING A man was fined £30 by Mr. Brown,- S.M., at Parramat:a Court last week for S.P. betting at his home in Gr-dnville. Albert Edward Shields '(31), labotuer,,of RRailway :Street, Gran vi'le, pleaded iguilty to the charge. Shie'ds, at a ,previous hearing pleaded not guilty to thcecharide but later pleaded guilty. Constable Rochford, of Vijte Squad He.ad-uarters, said in evii .ence that Shields:shad acceptie4 bets on races at :his 'hme. A total of 90 ibets, ranging 'from 1/- to 10/-, were 'recordedi he added. i.' According to ,evidence, Shields 'has iprevious ,convictions for S.P. betting: S4werage installation oilk in Styles Place, Merrylands, has been held . up. wing to lack' of ni'aterial :"the Metro politan Water Board has told Holroyd :Council. , *A :motor cyclist was injured when. he swerved his machine ýd, avoid a horse and .sulky and cz'ashed heavily to the rogidwA?¢ at the corner-. of Blaxcell aid Fammell Streets, Granville, last week. The cyclist, Arth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

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