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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

IN MEMORIAM CASE.—Treasured memories of my dear husband and our dear father, Frederick, who passed away, April 1st, 1949. Not a day do we forget you dear In our hearts you are always near We who loved you, sadly miss you As it ends the first sad year. Ever remembered by his loving wife, Lilla, and daughter, Gwen, and son-inlaw, Harry. OSBORNE.—Loving memory of my dear husband and father, Roy, Stanley, who departed this life, March 28th, 1949. Abide with me. Inserted by his loving wife and daughters, Shirley and June (Mrs. D. W. Watts). POLLARD.—In fond and loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, Edith Ann, who passed away March 31st, 1943. Till memories fade and life departs You will be forever in our hearts. Inserted by her loving husband, sons, daughter, daughters-in-law, son-in-law and grandchildren. ROLL OF HONOUR. MARA.—In loving memory of my dear son, Pte. Francis Patrick Mara, who departed this life, 29th March, 1944. R.I.P. Not today, but every day, in silence we remem...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Morning Dear Teacher [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

Good Morning Dear Teacher Mr. W. G. Bamnon, head master of Parramatta Central School; last week preseuted the captain's badge to Robert StenhouSe, who was elected captain in a ballot at the school. Robert had an easy win from John Sanders, who became vice captain, and three other candi dates, Jeffrey Green, Alexander Healey and Paul Boswell. Officials on the morning of the election were: Returning officer, Colin Alterator; clerk, Kent Vild; and policeman; John Collett. + + + Northmead Public School's star * bowler, Barry Smith, took the liat-trick during a match against Westmead. Barry skittled his victims in the Westmead second innings. However, Northmead, totalling 36 iii its first innings, lost by six runs on the first innings. + +. + Mr. A. V. Adey, Northmead headmaster, said on Thursday that he hoped the Edfucation De-, partinent would be able to send workmen very soon to begin Euilding the new school building to replace-the part of the sciool which was destroyed lIy fire three...

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BRIDE CHOSE WHITE LACE OVER SATIN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

BRIDE CHOSE WHITE LACE - OVER SATIN Margare t Amy, daughiter. of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. S ar geant, of Gladstone St., ]Par ramatta, chose white lace over satin, with three-tiered veil, and bouquet of f-raingi panni, for. her marriage re cently to Stanley. Allen. : Gregory, in? All Saints' Church. of Enrgland, Phrra matta. Bridesmaids; Misses L. Sar geant and . Gregory, wore gowns of apple green lace and georgette over taffeta, and completed their ensembles with bdtiquets of talisman roses- and gladioli. The bride's niece was ftower girl. Son of Mrs. E. Gregory, of Elizabeth. Street, Parramatta, and the late Mr. L. Gregory, the- 'groom was assisted by Messrs. E.: Chamberlain and Ray. Sargeant. Rev. E. Walker officiated. During the church cere mony; Mrs. M. Hines sang "0 Perfect Love" and "Because." STo receive- 130 guests at al reception in. All Saints' Hall, Mrs.. Sargeant chose saxe blue crepe, . and the 'groom's mother, light navy crepe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

GOOD VALUE at your NEW MEN'S WEAR SHOP PYJAMAS , Suede Flannelk ette, Fast Stripes. Lay bys Accepted. FRED COBCR~OFT MEN'S WEAR 125; Church Street, PARRAMATTA (Next door -Shute's Cafe) PINO Player Pianos ALSO" Agent For SFAMOUS BEALE PIANOS Specially Selected Beautiful Tone AT REASONABLE PRICES. CASH OR TERMS Also * Musical INSTRUMENTS * RADIO o SHEET MUSIC * MOUTH ORGANS * COURTESY Allow Me To Assist You to Select /Your Musical Instruments * BUY From: DAVID GROUSE FOR- EVERYTHING MUSICA-. *Ir aP S £ TASMAN CO WELL - O. Parramattas NEW urniture Store 309 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA. Iri the premises previously occupied by L. L. Dobbie & Co.-Ltd. ': FELTE - COT MATTRESSES. S-Available, for immedidte delivery. Lotusland "40 Winkette" Cot Mattress. MARBLED;. ROSE,; FWN;' GREEN. Price . .. .. . . . .. £5/19/2:. PATTERNED: Attractive Nursery Ticking. SGGREEN; .FAWN. & GREEN. - PLAIN: PINK ;BLUE, LIGHT GREEN, * LOUNGE SUITES :-DAR? GREEN, WINE; FAWN, BY "LOTUSLAND" BROWN, MU...

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TIN HAT DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

TIN HAT DAY As a prelude to Anzac Day, the United Returned Soldiers' Fund is distributing miniature Tin Hats, which will be sold to help those .who have served, under the supervision of country and suburban sub-branches of the R.S.L. The old Tin Hat, symbol of protection to the fighting men in War, has become the badge of protection in time of peace. The miniature steel helmet which will be on sale on Friday, April 21, is the emblem of the Tin Hat Day Appeal sponsored by the United Returned Soldiers' fund which consists, of the three organisations housed in the Anzac Memorial-the R.S.S. & A.I.L.A., Limbless Soldiers' Association, and the T.B.S.-& S. Association. SThe work of the R.S.L. is well known. Its ranks consist of a majority of neW veterans who have joined the organisation founded by their fathers. As well as fighting for the rights of servicemen and wvomen during the war years, the R.S.L. is now attending to the many peace-time problems of rehabili tation, an...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

A recent portrait' of Air Com mandant Dame Feiicity Han bury, M.B.E., A.D.C., Director of the Women's Royal Air Force. Born in 1913, Air Commandant oHanbury was educated at St. Winifred's, Eastbourne, and in France, She joined the Women's Auxiliary Air Force in April, 1939, and was commissioned in August, 1939. She served in the Public Relations Office at the Air Ministry from 1941-42, when she became Deputy Staff Officer, WA.A.F., at Bomber Command H.Q. In 1943 she was Officer Commanding W.A.A.F. Officers' School and O.C.T.U., and was appointed ~Senior W.A.A.F. Staff Officer, Middle East and Mediterranean Command, in 1945. In 1946 she, was appointed Director of the Women's Royal Air Force and since that time has con centrated on the planining and organisation of the permanent *service, the Women's Royal Air Force. This service was in augurated on the,1st of Febru ary, 1949 6nd Air Comman dant Hanbury became its first Director. In March, 1949, Air Commondant Hanbury was ap pointed a...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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FROM PADDOCK TO PUNTER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

SBy Harriy Quigley. Whatever the reasoi may be, Carbon Copy is undoubtedly a better horse in Sydney than he is in his home-town, Melbourne. Perhaps it is the climate or maybe the different way of galloping, but whatever the explanation, he is a real champion over here. At the present time the Rose hill tracks are in' bad condition due to the heavy rains and for a few days after his arrival here Carbon Copy's trainer, Des. Mc Cormick was a worried man. Motoring to Warwick Farm last Wednesday, he inspected the tracks· there and as a result of his observations decided to gal lop his horses at the Cabramatta course next morning. Following pace work. Carbon Copy slipped over six furlongs in 1.18, and McCormick was very pleased. Later, when I asked him what "The Farm" was like, he replied, "Good-real good," so I suppose the chestnut will be taken for a few more float trips in that direction. 4. 4 + An idea prevailed-prompted, I think, by the horse's connec tions-that Carbon Copy was a bit...

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Denies P'matta Streets "In Filthy Condition" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

" Fi thy Condia"i " Ald. H. V. Horwood said at Parramatta Coun cil meeting that he objected to remarks made by 6members of the Chamber of Commerce that Parra matta streets were "in a filthy condition." He was speaking on -a Parra matta ward - committee, report which recommiended, after a conference with the chamber, that information be sought from country towns and cities in N.S.W. and Victoria on methods -used to clean streets in busi ness areas. Ald. Horwood said: "As chair man of the Parramatta ward committee I stand firm in de fending the cleanliness of our city. "It fnust be remembered that the- number of people using Church Street on Friday and Saturdays is - as great as that using Pitt Street, Sydney, on any day of the week. "A snap survey made at a selected time is not a true in dication of the general cleanli ness of Parramatta's shopping area." Ald. ~Horwood added that streets in Parramatta w?re" 'ift twice a day; once at early morn ing' and once at mid-day. Saturday litte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

.MUSICAL MISS M'LISS KELL L.R.S.M., A.S.C.M. Teacher 'of Pianoforte, _ Singing, Theory, Harmony, and Counterpoint Studio: 27 Campbell St., Parramatta. Phone No.- UW 8462. H. WELLS PIANO TUNING 51 Wetherill St., CROYDON Telephone: UA 4052 Est. 40 years, 20 years in London. Pianos and Players Tuned, Repaired, Re-felted, Re-buting, Re-valving, Polishing. THE LESS THAN HALF-PRICE STORE Fbr Furniture, Tools, Etc. "Money Saved is Money Earned", . AND LISTEN-! If you have Tools Of .Trade, Guns, Rifles, Fishing Rods, or anything of value WE ARE CASH- BUYERS. "TURNER'S" 82 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA The Cheapest Store in Town. JUNIOR CLERK 15-17 Required for Cost Office of large manufacturing organisa tion. Permanent position, with ex cellent prospects, good salary. and conditions. No Saturday S work. Apply WUNDERLICH LTD. Parramatta - UW 8711 Baulkham Hills Shire Presi dent (Councillor A. T. Currie) has intimated that -Work will commence this year on the con crete paving of sections of Old N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

. Ii (7 drqrtofo n tat s com fro PUT A REFRIGERATOR IN YOUR HOME For a Small Deposit and a Few Shillings Weekly ~ i~ii $~ ..=i r:- : - Order Now! They're sure to be scarce by summer! KELVINATOR. World famous. units all featuring "Polar sphere," the factory sealed - unit which needs no oiling; I no attention at all for ever lasting, trouble-free service. Available in 5 cu. ft.; 7 cu. i models. Prices start ao on y ..............-..£. PRESIDENT. Gas and Electric operated units available. Gas rpodel features Automatie Thermo stat that cuts gas on and off as required. 6 cu. ft. capacity. Cash price ....... £99/10/ S.T.C. Electric Refrigerator, with I 5 cu. ft. capacity, features a - . unique Freezer shelf- which ex tends right across the top, as illustrated. " Also has a/ handy vegetable storage bin. S.T.C." is cash priced at ............ £124/19/6 -'-- i CRUSADER. Electric Refrigerator. I Listen to "Raising Crusader's main feature is its 7 I a Husband," the cu. ft. capacity. This big s...

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BALL OF THE YEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

BALL OF THE YEAR The Parramatta District Hos pital ball committee has selected September 21 as the date for this year's ball. Special arrangements are now., being made to make this ball the best in Paframatta. ..ParticUlars of table bookings and rospectiye. debuxtantes vill be publishej soon. SFor information ring Mrs. Gur ton,-UW9082 or Mrs. Granger, UW8688.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

IN MEMORIAM • MILLIGAN.-Treasured memories of our darling son, brother. and grandson, .F/O W. Milligan. (Bill), reported missing April 8th, 1945. A token of love from Mum, Dad, Trev and Pop. MILLIGAN.-Cherished memories of Bill, P. O. W. Milligan, presumed to have lost his life April 8th, 1945. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs, W. Nunn and family,.

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P'matta Defeats Eastwood In Trial Games [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

ea*tta 8efeats ,:astwood in Trial G naes. Parramatta on .Saturdy, atiEastwood Oval, on :a muddy field, ihad ithe best of ifour trial games ;played against 'Eastwood ClUb, winning two, draw ing Dne uand losing the fourth.. Spirited forward play 'marked play and conditions did much 'to give the forwards a taste of .things to come should the wet weather continue. Two .newcomers ;to .shw .out for Plarramatta in the early games'.were cde .low from 'Syd ney Grammar School and P. Simms, from University. The latter .played a solid game at cfull-back and many times saved the .day by going, down on the ball against the opposing forwards. Other newcomers to star were D. Phillips, a hooker, J.: Segal and V. C. White, for-. wards, and -K. M. ide, .a solid centre three-quarter. -J. Grinham, five-eighth for tihe second team, also displayed? solid form. In the final game, Parra matta was led well by J.. Boland, who played a brilliant wet weather game at half back, combining, well with ,his' new 'fi...

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Fifty Years Married [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

Fifty Years Married Mr. and Mrs. H. King, of Hawkesbury Road, Guildford, re cently celebrated their goldern wedding anniversary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

FOR SALE DINING ROOM Setting in Mission Oak, .comprising Sideboard, Table and 4 Chairs, for £16/10/- Cash, or Easy Termi arranged. Parra inatta Live Stock, 57 George St.,. opp. Gas Co., 1st door in lane. W. WEBB '& CO., Prouluce Stores, Church Street, Parramatta. Whole sale and Retail. The oldest and cheapest store to town. Orders col lected; goods delivered. Phone UW8141. LOUNGE SUITE. fully sprung seats, only £7/10/-. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George Street, opp. Gas Co.. 1st door in lane. :PIANOS 'and PLAYER PIANOS. Leading makes, guaranteed in faultless condition, available at reasonable prices for immediate free:, delivery. Cash or terms. Player Seat and Rolls supplied free. We TUNE and SERVICE free for two years-therefose a safe in vestment is a reliable INSTRU ME.NT from: McFARLANDS, Re tallers of Quality Pianos, 271 Mar rickville Rd., Marrickvllle. LM5268. 'CARPET SQUARES from £4/-/- to £18/10/-. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George Street, opp. Gas Co., 1st door In lane...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

iFor many ye ar s- . women have been falling. in love with our brilliant fashidn achievements. With our deftly detailed Coats, Suits a nnd .Frocks, our uncom pr6mising use of the wol~d's finest fabrics anrd our exception ,ally low prices. I I .W~e'rre happy .to 're- '. ,turn this affection with personal atten ,tion. !Make it a habit to shop at- PARRAMATTA'S PREMIER FROCK SALON i:KAY CARTER 281 Chn ch St., Parramatta i ephone UW6618 _ _u r PA RRai nA .. . ., hUW I L7 . .. HUBSTVILLE.!*, . . ,. *o U470 ms , ._c .iu.ar , . .,.. l£ ... .. r You L :". BAUTFU "ILTS... Gedtre o At a" o" To male youmore comfortable in -itrie..lvl crepe .Covers with RTS- AN" • I SRUI ruched centre designs, are in D.B. size"o -iA LoVely Repp Slub nrich.;pl"n.clours :.of .Rosei -? ,? .:.'t i ?'? '... and'feather down;.in :Blue, Creen Rust, :B urgu-nd~y QI' Facwnrd: A8wide, 7.' lyd tha wil delgh the :: . : most particular. i . dainty florals on Green:, ; :.e ..I '"EU .' "48" 'AiRTS-IT ROA-E ..; - Cream Bhe or G...

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TELEPHONE INSTALLED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

TELEPHONE INSTALLED East Granville A.L.P. have been responsible for the in stallation of a public telephbne at the intersection of Blaxcell and Delwood Streets, Delivood. Kind looks, . kind. words, kind acts, and warm hand shakes-these are secondary means of grace when men are in trouble and are fighting their unseen battles.. -John Hall. Teach me to lose my selfish need, And glory' in the' larger 'deed, Which smooths 'the road and lights' the day," For. all: who chance to come my way. -Edgar- A. Guest.

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League Club Wants Refreshment Rights [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

League Club Wants Refresbment it Granville "'Shamrocks"' Riigby, League Footbl1 ,Club Ihas ap plied to Parramatta Council fori the refreshment rights at the Oval in Granville Park. Shamrocks secretary told coun cil that the income expected from fhe refreshment rights would as sist the club in fulfilling its ob x ligations to council. :.Ie said enclosure and improve anents :to .the Oval .udertakep Eby :the club would cost 1?60, more ithan ithe estimated ¢?1000. Costs continued to jump de spite the fact that more than 300 hours voluntary labour had been contributed by members. Club members, he added, had also contributed 500 hours volun taiy work in removing noxious weeds from the area and sur facing the playing afield. The club had conferred with. the Granville Park Local . Com mittee and offered to pay the committee an ;amount equal ,to that it usually received from re freshment rights. . Council .deferred considerationr of the offer.

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ENGAGED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

EN~GAGED SJean, diaughter, bfF Mr. and Mrs~ Paterson, of"~ William'i Stu, Granville, .. has announced. her engagement to, William (Len),. son of'Mr. and Mrs. Popper well; of Sans Souci.

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P.S.A.A.A. CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

P.S.A.A.A. CRICKET A big factor in Westmead's outright win over Northmead in the P.S.A.A.A. cricket com petition was. the bowling of Frank Goldsmith, who took 7 for 18.

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