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Send Them a Real "Hometown" Greeting [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

.Send Them a Re4 cHometownF Grinethiig Have &you c'ver consid~red Sthat thei"Sualf'° Ohdistwias Card ofteni ladcks iata per i- ISonal thiibli? : .... , . " • "'7 "'Honmetowi'" hCliistmas :Cards: have been eipecially c?reafed so that yoi' can, ;send a vivid personalI -'re hinder of 'oriner happy. days to your f~riends over cseas and in the faraway, places of Australia. . "Hometown" ' Chris(mras Cards, beautifully pro :cessed on high grade paper; Sfeature superb etchigs bly noted artlst Douglas- Pratti . Such .old, familiar Parra nattia" lkidniarks as Th!e ' King's School, Old, Govern ment House, St. John's Churclh:of.the Twin Towers, Elizabeth+Farm House: and St. Patrir~i'sl: Church :hav e been. faithfidly- reprodieed by the artist-in "Home Stowvn" Christinas Cards. SCall in any time at this. office and inspect a set 'of "Hometown" CCh ri s't mm as Cards. You'll be delighel with their charm-and the price, '-too, is surprisingly,&tod I erate. M1Vrs. Mary Jane Fit&a...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOLE RADIO [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

STOLE RADIO 'A 3rkear-oldaihvlay oWr'ker was I:fined £2: b~:M:~r. Brown, S.M., at' Pariam~itaW Court last week for stealiiA~. a portable radio 'fr~xn a hilr $ite at "Giild- ford railway ;Construction .canp. William Clermeiht Walshi (32),' who lives at 'the camp, pleaded guilty to the charge. The radio, owned by Louis Ruane, w~s va!uecd at £9/15/-. :Cdnstabl&Mla k, of Parramatta, said 'in evierice that with Det. Harvey h lij rrested Walsh in a tent at the cainp. Walsh ,had d6nied taking .the radio,-;blit later adiiitted lie had stolen it from a nearby tent. Walsh was-under the influence of liquor at the time he was arrested, witness'-said. "

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
21st BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

21st BIRTHDAY Guest of honor,. Allan .Mitchell, cut his way through festive streamers held by more tharn 150 friends to reach and cut his 21st birthday cake at his coming-of .ae' party given recently by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mit chell, of Granville. Guests were entertained, by Miss Jackie Bonham, of Gran ville; Mr. Charlie Kerslake, of Auburn; Mr. Jack Lamb, of Rhodes; and Private Don Gillan ders. Master of ceremonies were MeSsrs. Charlie Kerslake and Jack Beresford.

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NORMA'S NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

NORMA'S NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. W. Kell, of Par ramatta, entertained a nimber of friends .at home recently to celebrate their daughter Norma's 18th birthday. N6rma, whb lobked very pretty in a gown of blue and red shot taffeta, Was presented with a gold wristlet watch from her parents. Her birthday cake was made by her aunt, Mrs. D. Scott, and attractively iced and decorated by her cousin, Mrs. H. Davies. Among the guests present were: Marie .Whitter, Margaret Richardson, Violet Saint, Ruth and Val Dixson. Mr. and Mrs. Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mr.. and Mrs. Davies, David and Ken Melbourne, Max Taylor, Ray Whichelo, Stanley Kell, Colin Evans, Bede Murray, Mrs.. Stout, and Kevin and Lorraine 'Davies. '

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Ex-Students' Dance Aids Child Centre [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

Ex-Students' Dance Aids Child Centre About 130 ex-students of Parramatta Metropolitan Busi ness College (some from as far away as Richmond, Pen rith and Liverpool) and their friends attended the school's annual Re-union Dance at the City 'Hall recently. Attractive decorations were a most effective arrangement of .classic white lilies in tall vases. Proceeds from the -dance were presented to the president of Parramatta Child Centre, Mrs. J. Granger, who express ed deep appreciation on be half of the club and the kin dergarten. In the official party were the Mayor .of Parramatta, Ald. E. A. Miobbs; the Deputy-Mayor, Ald. H. V. Horwood; the Governing Director of the M.B.C., Mr. T. S. .Summverhayes, and Mrs. Sum merhayes; Mr. and Mrs. J. Granger, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Wickham; Mr. and .Mrs. W. Eager, Mr. and Mrs. A..G. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lynam; the principal of Parramatta M.B.C., Miss I. Luth, and Miss H. Porter. Mr. L. Cook, of Marrickville, generously gave his services as a most effic...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

Women are wise ! --YES Wise enough to know that every woman can't follow every new Hair Style Fashion Individuality That is the Secret of . BEAUTY Your hair must be patterned to' frame and flatter youir face. You may rest assured of an individual approach to all your hair 'problems at 36 George Street, Parramatta S UW 9685 H Sydney and Suburbs uith a Beale Bijou. Piano The modern. stream lined Piano that's just *the right size to fit a modern flat or home -yet has full, rich tone. Call in and try one of these' 'lovely instruments at the Showroom of DAVID 11 Phillip Street, PARRAMATTA. Noted for a Square Deal for over 25 Year& HOME APLIA CES and GIFTS to choose from at .. UW 8813. a'! ALSO - 3rd Floor, Piccadilly Arcade (Castlereagh St., End), SYDNEY. FURS'DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER. °i See Our Factory Show room Display. For your fur roquirements Consult us with your Fur Problems. Making up of furs to in dividual style & measure. Repairs, Cleaning & Re modelling...

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21st Birthday [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

2 Ist Birthday A diamond and sapphire gold ring, presented to Miss Irene Barnes at the coming-of-age party given in her honor by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barnes, of Granville, was the birthday gift of her only living grandparent, Mrs. ,C. J. Barnes, of Parramatta. More than 90 guests attended the party, held at St. John Hall, Harris Park, recently, Musical items and entertain ment were provided by Irene's brother, Leslie, and Miss Win some Smith. Mr. A. Skeen was master of ceremonies for a pro gramme of dancing and games, and chairman presiding at sup per was Mr. D. S. Pye. A poker-worked wooden key presented to the guest of honor was autographed by all the guests.

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PHONE TRANSFERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

PHONE TRANSFERS The P.M.G. Department pro poses to transfer- six telephone lines, held by Holroyd Council. from Parramatta to Granville Telephone Exchange, at the, end of the month. No .actual date for the transfer of the lines has been. set, but the Department has intimated that the change' over will take affect between Monday, October a0, and Friday, November 17. - W&ephone .ntimbers Wihich wvill be. -hanged- (with new lines i parenthesis) are: General Office, UW8893 (t, UU1221), -UW8894 (UUl222),. UW8895 (UU1223). Electricity Department, UW82S5 (UU1045), UW9044 (UU1044), UW9678 '(UU2678).

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weddings... Parties... and What People are Doing... AMERICAN TEA FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

What. People are- Doi 6ng 0 AMERICAN TEA FOR '' CRIPPLED CHILDREN Gracious gesture of Mrs. Charles Noakes in opening her home at Northmead for an "American Tea" afternoon re cently gave urgently needed as sistance to Parramatta-Rosehill Auxiliary for N.S.W. Society for Crippled Children. Auxiliary funds benefited by £30 from the afternoon. President of the Auxiliary, Mrs. J. K. Noller, thanked Mrs Noakes for all the work she had done in organising the afternoon, and for lending her home for such an enjoyable afternoon. Her help was deeply appreciated. In response, Mrs. Noakes said she was pleased to help such a worthy cause. She thanked the visitors for supporting the func tion, and for the attractive gifts they had brought for the stalls. Afternon tea was served under gay umbrellas on the lawn, where guests could enjoy the de lightful garden surroundings.

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BANK MANAGER FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

BANK MANAGER FAREWELLED A representative gathering of clients of Parramatta branch of the Union Bank last week fare welled the former manager, Mr. M. B. K. Dunstone and welcomed his successor, Mr. J. H. Stoner. Mr. Dunstone has been ap pointed manager. of the bank's Haymarket branch. Mr. Stoner was transferred-.from Wagga. Mr. M. Gregg (legal profes sion), Mr. J. Lloyd (bankers) and Mr. M. G. Craig (business men) spoke highly of Mr. Dun stone's services to the commun ity during his two years in Par ramatta. They said he had made a host of friends who wished him every success and promotion. in the future. On . behalf of the ` bank's clients, Mr. Craig presented Mr. Dunstone with a wallet of notes. Mr. Dunstone said his stay in Parramatta.had been happy, and he hoped that that.of his succes sor would be the same.

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Wedding At St. John [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

Wedding At. St. John Over 140 guests attended th reception, held at the Caraleoi George Street, Parramatta, fol lowing the marriage. of M Joyce Mary Watson to M, Mervyn' Cedric Beevors at S John's, Parramatta. The bride, who is the daughte of Mr. and Mrs. G.,i Watson, c Wentworthville,.' wore a sati gown with three-tiered veil hel by a coronet of orange blossom with a bouquet of carnations hyacinths, orange blossom an, orchids. Attending the bride were he two sisters, Eileen and Leila Faye Madden and Joyce Lind well, wearing powder blue lace over satin gowns, with blue pic ture hats and pastel tone bouquets. The 'groom, son of Mr. an Mrs. S. R. Beevors, of Granville was attended by his brother, Mr R. Beevors, as best man, wits Mr. A. Watson, brother of th bride, and Mr. R. Beevors, cousi of the bridegroom, as grooms men. The bride's mother wore a corsage of orchids with her pink. trimmed black ensemble. The bridegroom's mother chose a white spotted brown frock with tan accessories a...

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PROPOSED £3000 TRAFFIC BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

PROPOSED :£3000 TRAFFIC BRIDGE Holroyd Council has agreed to share half construction costs with Fairfield. Council of a pro posed: £3,000 traffic. bridge over Prospect Creek at Fairfieid.' The existing bridge has reached the stage where. renewal is needed, acs"?rdinhu j to-,- Holroy.i Town Clerk (-Mr. P.` A. Arnett). The bridge . carries - main through traffic on the wester? side of Liverpool railway line, from sections of Liverpool, Fair field; through to Holroyd and Parramatta. Couicil. will make provision in 1951 for the allocation of £2,000 for the construction of the bridge and road approaches.

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P.D.H. MEDICAL SUPT. WEDS MEMBER OF PIONEER FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

P.D.H. MEDICAL SUPT. WEDS MEMBER OF PIONEER FAMILY The marriage of Dr. Dorothy ' Wolseley Conacher, Medical Superintendent at Parramatta District Hospital, and a son of one of Australia's oldest families, Brigadier Denzil Macarthur-Onslow, was celebrated quietly in Sydney on September 25. Only a few intimate friends were present at the wedding. Dr. Macarthur-Onslow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Scott, of Bellevue Hill. Briga dier Denzil Macarthur-Onslow (R.A.A.C.) is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.- Francis Arthur Macarthur-Onslow', and a great great grandson of John Mac arthur, one of Australia's great pioneers and founder of the xwool industry in this country. Brigadier Macarthur-Onslow is well known as one of the State's leading graziers and managing director of Denzil Macarthur Onslow Pty.: Ltd. He is also in terested in' politics ai~d has ,con tested the Ederi-Monadro. seat as Liberal candidate in Federal edec tions. Dr. Macarthur-On'slow resum-t ed duty last week at P...

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DRUNK USED "LANGUAGE" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

D)RUNK USED "LANGUAGE" William Albert Little (38), modeller, of Second Street. Clyde, was fined a total of £3 by Mr. Brown, S.M., at Parra matta. Court last week for bikag drnmk and using indecent langu age. He pleaded guilty. In evidence, Ccostable Mc Donald, of Auburn Police, said Little had used the language complained of when arrested for drunkenness. Defendant had spoken' in a moderate tone of voice, .the Constable said. There were a riumber df womeri sitting on a seat nearby. Little had a" previous convic tion for bad lang.mage, witness said.

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

POPULAR CHIPS RAFFERTY, stage and radio star, has accepted the invitation of the organising committee to open the 1950-Parramatta District Hospital Fete, to be held in the hospital grounds on Saturday, November 4; L o c a I Ladies'. Auxiliaries, V.A.D., Y.W.C.A. Young Mar rieds' Club, and the nursing staff of the Hospital are co-operating with the Fete Committee to or ganise many attractive features. There'll be, among other things, chocolate wheels, lucky dips, fancy goods, and refreshment s:als. i -I" " HUGE SUCCESS of a pet show at William Street Public Schocil, GranviI?e, won conl gratulations for organiser, Mr. A. E. Couchman (headmast er), and many more needed books for school's classrooms. Held between 10.30 a.m. and noon, the .show.. raised £154. Each class competed to raise largest amount, proceeds being divided according" to perform ance. Class 6B earned top score-thus, most books. In triguing variety of pets en tered included a wombat, horse, and white mice. Judges were B...

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COMPLAINTS ON BUS SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

.COMPLAINTS ON BUS SERVICES:. Pending- further, information, Holroyd Council has deferred formation of a deputation: to the Minister for Transport (Mr. W. F. Sheahan) to orotest Bgainst allegedly unsatisfactory bus, services -operating in Went worthville South and Pendle Hill areas. Pendle Hill Progress Associ ation also complainad similarly .about the services. Alderman G., Maunder urged Council to ask for immediate police action against the ser vice, when -he alleged he had seen a bus .travelling along the Western Highway on his way to the meeting, with only one head light burning. The death occurred recen'tly; of "Mrs. Flora Leggatt, of Cen tenary Road, Merrylands. . She va, predeccased by" her .husbancd, Alfred, and is-survived by one rc'n

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DROVE LORRY WHILE DRUNK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

DROVE LORRY WHILE DRUNK. Basil Heniy. Thompson (27), laborer, of- Monitor Street, Merrylands, was fined . £10 by Mr. Brown, S.M., at Parramatta Court last week for driving a motor lorry while under the in fluence of liquor. He was also fined £2 for driving without a. licence. He pleaded guilty. In evidence, Constable Smith, of Parramatta, said he had gone to the scene of a collision be tween a. loiry. driveni by defend ant and another vehicle in Dak ing Street. Thompson, he said, was con siderably under the influence .of liquor and admitted having numerous drinks before the col lision. He admitted never hav ing .held a civilian driving licence. Thompson, witness said, told, him he was- driving, the lorry for a mate. Defendarg told the Court he had driven the lorry only about 50 yards. "I turned it round to park,'t he said. ~.I ,can drive. I used to ;irive: in the Army:. The vehicle • rolled "back as' I re leased the hand brake and let the clutch out to--go forward."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

Miss McLACHLAN Dispensing Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE .STREET, PARRAMATTA Opp. Station. Telephone: UW 9270 ;dg "" r -R" om O e \_r ",9 .3. -1' / . JI 1 - CL' - L cyA \rs~ic~ 6a~b-a--- : Rurc t. arramatta : · UW933 You 'Il have no indigestion listening to "Discs for Dinner" On 2C s day, 6.00 21 6.30 pdn. t:TI FRANZ SC*-UBERT 1797-182$ r17 When you choose your piano from WcstcsrG'; P;crnrc House you. con":6okce it a memorobkc ::cccsigx for your entice .ft+-iiy. By doing sc you-zWill provide ycors of "plkesure in home en e;tcxi-.nent, and will :givy' your children :ne greatajt di; ortuniiy.to dcveiso v t~hir iinusiol' talsnt.'7Fvery Piano at 'Wctatrz Pieno 1-iousc-' is upvi -i- r S yidl end pa 'd z a rihc abundant tone.. Priced from only £40, or ovciiabc. for cu [low deposit, and cosy weekly terms. o -RUOLBACH *. VICTOR * CONCORD. o WAGNER;. GULBRANSEN - * BELLING' * RCHART * .REA!NS·DO 4i. PALING-MENQR '3 A~u~m ST. P`ft, h~am U.Wýi4SQ CJ t3 it ia o fit'{ýt .)f,.; r'1'ýS[!ý ý.GýG'r4ý...

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PROTEST AGAINST SPECIAL RATE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

PROTEST AGAINST SPECIAL RATE 'A deputation of West Guild ford residents will present a peti tion to the next meeting of Hol royd Council protesting against the levying of a special r"ate by the Water: Board in the Duck Creek Drainage area. The Board, some time ago, de cided_ to levy the rate in sec tions- of the area, where storm water canals had been con structed. The deputation, comprising mostly .members of West Guild ford Progress Association, will attend Council on Tuesday, Octo ber .24. -Council's next ordinary :meet ing, set down for October 17, has been postponed for a week to allow aldermen to attend the Local Government Conference in Wagga.

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TO ASSIST IN RECRUITING DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

TO ASSIST IN ' RECRUITING DRIVE Holroyd Council has agreed'to co-operate 'in'ithe ''iCiiiioihwealti Government's :Australia-wide re.: cruiting campaign. Council, at this stage, is uncer tain of what: action to" take, and is awaiting advice from the Director-General of Recruiting (Lieut.-General. Sir Edmund Herring) .

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