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COLLIDED WITH CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

COLLIDED WITH CAR Harold Kohler (24). of Good Street, Granville, received in utries to his right leg when the otor. cycle he was riding, ran into the back of a car at-.the corner of Church and -Rosehill Streets, Parramatta. SParramatta Ambulance took him to .Parramatta District, Hos pital where he was treated an' discharged.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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TROUBLE MAKER FINED FIVER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

TROUBLE MAKER FINED FIVER A youth, described by polic as "always causing disturb ances" in Granville, appeared be fore Mi. Brown, S.M., at Parra matta Court, last . week, charged with having -used indecent la guage. The youth, Donald Bernar Harlancl (19), labourer, of Spring Garden Street,' Granville, plead ed guilty to the charge. He was fined £5. Constable Sewell, of Granvilie said in evidence that he sao Harland sitting in a doorwa with several other youths whil patrolling Railway Parade, Graii yille. "I was about 12 feet away, and there were women in the vicin ity, 'when I heard the languag complained of," the constabl said. "The language wvas addressed to me. "Harland appears to have a se on the police, and is alway causing disturbances in the dis trict. "He had been drinking whei arrested." According to evidence, Har land was fined £10 in June, thi year, on charges of using threat ening words, and bad language He was also flned £2 on similar charge in 1949..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

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Enthusiastic Audience Greets Fashion Show [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

Enithusiastic Audience Proving, if proof were needed, that. women never get. tired., of looking at -new clothes, enthusi astic hundreds packed out the A.G.L. auditorium (George Street) recently for both afternooni and evening sessions for Parramatta Home Service Club's 7th Spring Fashion Parade. Although this was the third fashion show held in Parramatta in less than a month, it won no less eager attention. The Home Service Club's annual fund for local - charities will benefit by about £40. Fashions presented were from Ridgewell's, Church Street, Par ramatta (frock and coat special ists); Miss Wilson,. Macquarie Street (millihery specialist); Chic Salon, Church Street (lingerie specialists); Jantzen. (swim suits); Helena, "The Little People's Shop," 319 Church Street, Parra matta (children's wear special ist);. Florence Cadden, George Street (infants' outfitters). Miss Rose (Smith's, Florists, Phillip Street) contributed floral displays and bouquets. Mannequins were: Nancy Dick, Fay...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

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BOND'S PLAYERS GAVE SPARKLING SHOW FOR R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

BOND'S PLAYERS GAVE SPARKLING SHOW FOR R.S.L. Funds raised for'the candi dature of Miss Betty Ashcrioft, Parramatta . R.S.L.'s. sponsored entrant ill this year's Miss Aus tralia Quest, already. exceed the £250 qualifying quota, the hon. organiser, Mr. H. M. Sut ton, skid last week. Mr. Sutton was addressing the audience at the variety, show staged by Bond's Entertainment Unit at the City Hall. Mr. Sutton theii introduced Miss Ashcroft, who thanked the company for their efforts on her behalf. The show by Bond's Unit, "Variety Bombshell," was packed with talent and presented with punch and vivacity. Outstanding were comedy duo, .Peg and Belle. The latter, dis playing exceptional skill in comedy, also starred in several other sketches, and was one of. the "Epsom Sisters" trio; whose Split-secoind timing and hilarious clowning won storms of applause and.: demands for "encore" from th-e aiudeinice. - Others whb particularly im prissed the audience--who 6b' viously enjoyed every inixiute ...

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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

From''' 'ddocM To Punter - - --(By Harry-Qgley) Former Rosehill trainer, Harry Moody, now mixing' business with racing at Tamworth, was down for the big meeting bring ing, with him a Derby runner called My Lord. The cold turned on some speed in the early part, but My Lord, he didn't stick when pressure was applied. Accompanying his 'dad was Ray Moody and for a time on Satuir day morning it seemed that Ray, who holds a jockey's licence, might pilot My Lord, but event ually the ride was .given to thi local horseman, Billy Hogg. * + ". . One of the most improved gal lopers at "The Hill" is Sir Marcher, which was given an ex cellent" Epsom chance by. his traiier Jack Ryan. In a sprint Sir: Marcher, on Saturday, slip ped over a couple of'furlongs. in: brilliant style, but unfortunately for his connections he was badly hampered when several horses came: down in front of him, caus ing him to do a bit of high jump ing. If he holds his present form, Sir Marcher should win a race even in the ...

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade ST. GEORGE v. HOLROYD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

~: A Grade SST. GEORGE v. HOLROYD 1st 'innings, St. George 133 (J. Lindsay 69). 1st innings, Holroyd 4 for 99 (J. Duff:46 nft.. out),. ST. GEORGE v. HOLROYD 1st innings St. George, 133. 1st innings Holroyd,"4-99. M ERRYL?ANDS UNITED v. RANGERS 1st innings Merrylands United, 83. 1st innings Rangers, 4-40. A Reserve SHAMROCKS v. KELBURN 1st innings, Kelburn 194. 1st innings, Shamrocks 3 for 86. B1, Division 1 BONDS IND. v. MARSDEN PK. 1st innings, M1arsden Park 187. 1st innings, Bonds 3 wickets for 64. SB1, Division 2 I MERRYLANDS SOCIAL v. C.Y.M . 1st inriings Merrylands Social, 178 (Nallard 33, Bourke 32, Alli son 29;. Nolan 4-31, .HineS 3-34). 1st innings C.Y.M., 7-49. B2, Division 1 WENTY JUNIORS v ::HOLROYD 1st :inniing~s; Horoyd .9 (J. Mit churi;25,T'T Neville: 22;, L. Good ?irnm 24; -D :Kitchener 3-28). :ist iiinings :Wenty Jimiors 3-50 (A.: ~~ er\ 40 jn'ot oat). F Hol d (L. Neville 22, J. IVitcihson 259 L. Goodwin 24). Pdi R ITA R..S.. v. = RANGERS ::::st-im -. P radmaata- R.S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

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Family Heirlooms In Red Cross Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

Family Heirooms In Red Cross hbitin An "Antique Afternoon" .held recently; at the School of Arts, Macquarie Street, in aid of Parra iiMatta Red Cross ]brantch, realised £3/5/-, and s" delighted visitos that hostess-organiser, Mrs; E. M. -> Osborne, has rec~ved many requests to yepeat the lr» iveT fMn'ntittm at a later date. - SAmong a' Variety of intriguing exhibi?s: in the' aritiques display w'ere a Biible 120 .yeard old; pro-' perty of Mrs. Turner, 'of West mead; a l:iiniature mbdel of a terra c,9tta kettle, exhibited .in the Hereford Muts'eum' over '100 years ago (lent by Mlis. Regan, Parramatta); and a Paipley shawl, also over 100 '·yCars old, lent by Mi's. Rigby,"of' Clyde. Mrs. Osborne's coritribitionil to the display :was a championship trophy won by- -Mrs;. Osborne's father, Mr. J. Brown, of Parra matta, for athleticsf Parramatta South Public Schoob86&years ago. .This was a novel biscuit barrel in the .form" of an engraved silver globe map spinning in a polished b...

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

CHAIRMiNG IDEA and providing. something unusual in entertainrnient is the exhibitioi being organised by Mrs. A. Flegg in aid of Parramcatta Bapthit Chuirch.icentenhary celelerationi. The exhibifion, td be staged at * the Baptist Hidll;, rge Street. (opposite. Hiawatha) on Tuesday, October * 24, will feature ~'" world-famous collection of 350 dolls, all dressed in a .character t? represent stories, and 50 animals. with decorations in keeping.; The collection is the property of.Mrs. Brown; of Homebush; and" has travelled the world, attracting ?keeir interest and enthusiastic acclaim wherever it has. been shown. Subscription will be 2/-, and afternoon tea will be. available. Parramatta Baptis tChurch, incidentally, which will chlebrate its 100th birthday .in April, 1951, claims to be the oldest church still in its original position in N.S.W: Others are older, but have had alterations to site and/or building effected since first erected. THE - ENGAGEMENT is an nounced. of Nola June, you...

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WILL YOU HELP? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

WILL YOU HELP ? Parramatta High School Par ents and Citizens' Association is appealing to local business houses for funds to buy prizes for pre sentation at the schocl's annual speech day. There is no other way prizes can be provided. Although the P.i & q. raises funds by consist ent activities throughout the year, the moneys go to provide amenities for the school. Since formation a little over six years ago, the association has bought for ;the High School a large number of library books, a piano and cover, honor rolls, an electric clock, pictures for house trophies, a complete set of Ency clopaedia Britannica, a type writer, a public address system, an electric radiogram, notice boards, a number of smaller items, and the prizes presented on previotis speech days. This is the association's first appeal to the public for funds for two years. The cause is a very worthy one, and al3 dbna tions, whether large o 11, will be sincerely appreciatec Donations may be sent to M rs. K. ...

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SHELTER SHED FOR BUS PASSENGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

SHELTER SHED FOR .BUS PASSENGERS .Parramatta City Council pro poses to erect a shelter shed for bus passengers at the corner of Church Street and Victoria Road, Parramatta. - The shied, which is a -pre fabricated unit, is estimated to cost £180.' It will be constructed at Coun cil's Works Depot, in Market1 Street, and later erected at the :Coiuncil: has abandoedri·i' pr posals: to construct"a shelter shedf fpr bus passengers in Argyle St. Site 'for- the proposed shelter was on vacaiitfland .cdjacent to the Hotel Parramatta.

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School Athletics E. SUBS., HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE v. THE KING'S SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

School Athletics E. SUBS., HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE v. THE KING'S SCHOOL Open.-High jump: F. Birch (Eastern Suburbs), 1; T. Ander son (Hawkesbury), 2; M. Roth (Kings), 3. 5ft. 5in. Broad jump: K. Miller (Eastern Suburbs), 1; D. Seton (Hawkesbury), 2; J. Anderson (Hawkesbury), 3, 22ft. 5in. 100yds: R. Bull (E.S.), 1; M. IMacGee (E.S.), 2; L. Roberts (Kings), 3. 10.4s. 220yds: W. Fowler (E.S.), 1; R. Bull (E.S.), 2; J. Phipps (H.), 3. Time, 23.2s. 440yds., 1st div.: D. Johnson (H), 1; T. Stanley (E.S.), 2; H. Laugh ton (K), 3. Time, 54.9s. 2id4 div.: W. Fowler (E.S.), 1; M. MacGee (E.S.), - 2; P. Manchee (K), 3. Time, 52.4s. 880yds: F. Hardy (H.), 1; L. Swan (H), 2; L. Shaw (E.S.), 3. Time,, 2m. 4s. Mile, 1st div.: L. Swan (H), 1; P. Druitt (H.), 2; E. White (K.), 3. Time, 4m. 57.4s. 2nd div.: G. Ayre (H.), 1; F. Hardy (H.), 2;. P. Brooks (K.), 3. Time, 4m. 48s. Shot put: B, Nankivell (H.), 1; K. Miller (E.S.), R. de Salis (K.), dead heat, 2. 38ft. 10/in. 120yds. hurdles, 1st d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

Amazing Vaes" in Chinaware •:~·~ . ,,? . ,';;':.. . . . Just arrived in time for you to -select your Xn~as Gifts .or to replace that. old chipped set .. a glorious range to .. choose from at prices you will be pleased with . . Tea Sets, Sandwich Sets, Utility. Sets are here from the best known Eng- ", lish Craftsmen in Pottery . . . ... . ; • ,,-. ,!···: - ;.?~~· i: : :ft=d * . ~ ?: '-v:?; . ', 40*Piece UTILITY SET "GRI4DLEY" COFFEE SETS By "Ridgways" in a Extra- useful Coffee Sets SPECIAL. OFFER , p Floral Cf FIRST RELEASE "SWINNERTONS" SETS Wide. Brgaandy Bonds Wifh Creamri.and White Overlay Patters . . .heavy gold-frosted . h : ... ·a , . .Sandwich Tray and 6...-. stylish shoped plates in C:__?_e m - . china . a . at a low price. Have clu~sters of '-delicately [tnted EnglishB-Roses-. . . ?and 'fluted gold e gi);gs on'a honey .,? - g.. ze fine china ........... 'posit S 9 ,.. . . Wk 219 36e-piece English Rose 4 Utility Sets ...setting Y for 6 gperssns in attrac-Usefu ofe . -. tive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

HOLIDAY RESORTS I MODERN HOLIDAY FURNISHED COTTAGES • Swimming, Boating. Fishing. E.L., sewered, ideal situation, every convenience. .. H. L. SWEET. SUNNY CORNER, HAWKESBURY RIVER. Phone Brooklyn 284. PAULINE BELL 52 GEORGE STREET PARRAMATTA .... + .. Phone: UW -84 15 VENETIAN ANHD HOLLAND BLIND .SPECIALIST Also SFURNISHINGS & CURTAINS MADE TO ORDER Phone: UW 84S15 Get Your Copy at the Local Newsagents EVERY SATURDAY "HIE L AND" Australia's Greatest Rural Weekly Newspaper. It Brings the Country to You. PRICE - ! 4d. ~a tk - Ba tk LARGE STOCKS NOW AVAILABLE 43 x T. & G. D.V. (fin. size 4 x. ), suitable for garage doors and partitions. 6j x j T. & G. (fin, size 6 x *) for flooring. 6& 1 T. & G. (fin. size 6 x H) for flooring. 6z x I Rusticated Weatherboards. .. . ·C. & C. Weatherboards. 4" Splayed Architrave. 3'" Splayed Band Moulding. 2x1 , 3 xI, 4 x 1, 5 x 1, 6x I, 7 x I D.A.R. Finishes, ¼ each under. REGULAR SHIPMENTS ARRIVING. Also G...

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Improvement Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

i Improvemrent Scheme; An improvement' scheme, es-ti maed to cost £200, iill be 'comr: eiiieed short? 7.ii BAeimo; ?Par Parramatta Nor tf; by iala~tamaW City Council ".. ....-.-:. The scheme will '-incaltde e-. moval of the surrouinding fence, and renovation and .paihiting of buildings at the park.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

,i· "'·~ ·i .· .. , ... "- : • : ~, · ;. .,4 .. , ? :. ..·: : .Ti·."'.,. . .. . , • - ? , ;. ,? .? " . ." ? ' .. .. ?' " S. Commencing Wednesday, 11th October, 1950, at 8 p me CUIUMBERLAND OVAL, PARRAMATTA PARK. Promotion iiAuto Svieedwars (Auist.() Ptv .Ltd. - SOLOS" Dolani. Garland, Ryan, Melluish and all Local Stars. SI.E.CARS- H6dgkiss, Davies, Speerin, Marti,:. Steward, -:- POPULAR.PRICESi 2/5 3-. Stan 4/3." ChilI~en 115. &1/11. - buys~~. e 'ci rergea , rfwhi dyI or lo .n er anyi othe commodit o· cev .. ...i .1 :? • : 7 7 R4L . L ("Ti P and Copa:) i:!. : i . -. : ;?,: .:-l~JliV- :-* Z~*·/, ~ IFilLl ~ ~·;~ -:- '~ ... ' ;-: acq .- .?. TS taet, r arram , ot. "; .*C , , "' , . .· . ... "" ' • , : .: ..· :: ,·o - : "p1;.": .. EkO.ritc uarvie S n~Q-lavi1eeaii, Parramrna . a...,uai;:,. •l5 a ma :aa :~i ~ ~ ~-c~ Good" Yard for= unkading ·Best Rtes - Payments -Wee. cATZT & dOEFDSMiIjTH~$ * Timber Mercha tn, .vi~toriRoad . .'Phone 15W ·Z474S Watchkmaker &t Jewelle...

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Granville School Athletic Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

Granville School Athletic Meeting Results of the school's meeting are: 100 yards Junior: L. Reid 1. C. Jacques and R. Booth dead-heat 3. 100 yards, Intermediate: J. White house 1, B. Dennis 2, J. Robertson and A. McGrath dead-heat 3. 100 yards, Senior: M. Coffey 1, J. Wigglns1 2, N. Johnston ·3. 220 yards, Junior: D. Walsh 1, L. Reid 2. R. Booth 3. 220 yards, Intermediate: J. White house 1, N. Woods 2. B. Dennis 3. 220 yards, Senior: J. Wiggins 1; M. Coffey 2, N~ Johnston 3. 440 yards, Junior: R. Booth 1, D. Walsh 2, L. Reid 3. 440 yards, Intermediate: D. Watson 1, M. Woods 2; R. Clarke 3. 440 yards, Senior: M. Coffey 1, J. Wiggins 2, N. Johnston 3. 880 yards. Intermediate: M. Woods I, P. Watson 2. E Roberts 3. 880 yards, Senior: T. Higgins 1, J. Wiggins 2, N. Johns ton 3. Mile: T. Higgins 1, R, Lewis 2. M1. Coffey 3. 440 yards bicycle race: M. Coffey 1, L. Reid 2, P?. Watson 3. Mile bicycle Tace: N. Johnston 1, R. Lewis 2. S. Isdester 3.

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