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

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Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

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Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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WAS "OFFENSIVE" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

WAS "OFFENSIVE" Vincent, Jones (38), laborer, of -TheI: Trongate,. Granville, --was :fined. £5 :last week by Mr.i Brown, S.M., at Parramatta Court for using indecent langu- age. :He was also fined. £2 for :offensive behaviour. Jones pleaded guilty. In evidence, Constable Jor gensen, of Parramatta police, ,said he. went to. deferdant's 'home' in answer to a complaint. Jones. was outside, he said, and sev eral people were remonstrating.. with him because of his be haviour. He was waving hlis arms around . and : pushed . a woman. When 'arrested. Jones used the language 'complained' of. There. were women and- children- pres ent, Constable Jorgensen said. Defendant had been drinking. ' Constable Jorgensen said he had i~eceived several complairits about. Jones' -behaviour, but as: far as he,.,kn'ew he had no pre vious cohiictions.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

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

Cleaning Of Buses Parramatta. City. Council has asked, a :local btis service, which cleans.< out its .-buses during off peak. periods "on the southern,. 'side of. Railway Parade, Gran :ile, :to transfer its cleaning operations to the opposite side of ithe street. .Council claims that debris from the. buses is swept on to rate payers' .lawns -on the southern side: ofi: Railway Parade. -Thei buses are operated .by 'Phillip's Bus Services.

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

Imrurisation .Centre.. _. Fo11o ing - an intensur ' t.i-ing " campaign, aoppicatkm for; etaetmnent at ParranPt t`ý City Goýý..cii'. ,: di~pphtheriu<, j i'~ t~ur n~··s-: c~n ~ccr±ire .elosed o*. .. r~j -I-c·V conxbenrier. cent1en e tsryioutr. the C ty. :,area -whe're',", c'm'dteu~di will undergo ihlmu-'-ication` €e et=' `-` ment.

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

0NLY W6' W E... will secure for you, A KRIESLER 3- n-one 0diog am It's your dream radio come true! It brings you three. separate entertainment units . .. each with triple-throat .. , each giving you three times the entertainment value of ordinary radio all three .incorporated in one magnificent plastic cabinet which is . streamlined .a n d sealed. CASH PRICED , AT ONLY ..--- .35 Gns. KRIESLER TABLE MO EL Featuring th. famous "Triple-Throat," the "Kriesler" Table Model is the best set .at any price. Housed in an ultra-modern de signed cabinet of plastic, it features a 5- valve world range radio, and a dial equal . in size to a console model. S Price 2612'-~ Or froni a Low Deposit ...... 6/6 Weekly The Perfect 2nd Set RE SLER MANTEL Housed in a modern, attractive, all plastic, sealed cabinet, the "Kriesler". mantel features a 4-valve world range radio, 'on/off power switch, "Phantom" valve circuit and, of course, the famous "Triple-Throat." It's compact nnd unique in design. Nels.on C...

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

.MOST' ATTRACTIVE The. installation of modern type of show windows at, the grocery store and..newagency. of Mi. Jack Stfford,' in Victoria Road, Parramatta, makes these among the most attractive pre mises in that :'section. of the, city. 'Jack Stafford, who was asso ciated, with theatrical enterprises before .he entered business,. is a Councillor .of 'the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO REVIVE CIVIC ORCHESTRA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

TO REVIVE CIVIC ORCHESTRA Suggestions for a subsidy to revive the Civic Symphony Orchestra have been referred by Parramatta City, Council to its finance committee. A committee, formed to help rejuvenate the orchestra is seek ing subsidies from North Sydney, Botany, Ashfield, Marrickville, Willoughby, Ryde, Parramatta, Kuring-gai, Auburn, Randwick, Leichhardt and Mosman Coun cils. The orchestra promises to give eight recitals a year to each Council which guarantees a £200 subsidy, and makes avail able its town hall for the per formance free, of charge.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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PRINTING POINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

PRINTING POINTS No Printer can' produde.. fine? printing without fiIne maclines. Since World War II., Cuunberland Newspapers Ltd.,. have installed inodern printing machinery costing over £30,000. -;:These include ,an auto imatic Quad Demy ?Miehle .. which. ,prints 32 pages, of- a. ".apagdazine in :one operation, twvo,' Verticle Miehles 'which ' .produce letterheads, bill "heads, receipts, order forms and a hundred other types of printing .at ..the rate of - 5,0 "a- ,-hour. -..Then--there-?. ,-are five\ of -the: · most- mod ern ,type casting machines -in--the- world. That is why Cunberland "Newspapers' printing plant, opposite Parramatta Post' Office, produces over one million pieces of good print ing every week. Phone 1UW 8804.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAYOR TALKS ON NEW STREET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

MAYOR TALKS ON NEW STREET The new street in Parramatta, between Church- .and Smith Streets, was not likely to run across. the river, -the.cMayor, Aid. E. A. Mobbs, said at the Cham ber of Comnmeice dinner . last week. The Mayor said that this had not yet heen finally decided, but he. was in favor 'of the new street being a business street only, running from Phillip Street to Darcy Street. In. reply to- Mr. E. C. Rum sey, Ald. Mcbbs said that he was. in:favor of the river being bridged at Smith Street and" it was hoped to widen the Gas works Bridge. Council had com menced its :surveys for the re-. sumption of the first part of the new stieet 'that area between George and: Macquarie Street. Mr. Rumseiyv, said the new street would be essential because: Parramatta district was drifting, to an astonishing degree.

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

roc'Bk.,I SOME ORCHIDS For Miss Potter. We scribes often cheerfully plug for worthy causes, with out thought of even a .thank you. It was, therefore, very re 'freshing when Colin Hamilton publicity officer of the Parra matta District Orchid Society, breezed into the office the other morning, bearing a tissue sheathed spray of beautiful Sblooms. Orchids for reporter, Peg Potter, was the Society's deli cate way of saying thanks for publicity, of its recent success ful show." - + +. FACES on the .bar-room floor of the .White Horse Hotel, Parramatta, just on. time-gents please, last Wednesday,. blanch ed when in stiolls Meg,_ Belle of the Bott e - Department, wrapped in the close embrace of a writhing, spiting six-foot snake. Ultra-bibulous blokes start brushing, off pink .elephants, a wvag nips estate agent Jim Mal oim on the: arm,; Stitc~ bearers; yells Jimm7-;u irlt :i l 'iolors ,f the -raibow. Quite a te.rific time is dhal bli all, until ýproduce, merchant Bill Booth uncoils frorn M...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Figures Prove Immunisation Value [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

Figures Prove mhrnniisation Vaue I Proof of success of imniurn:sa tion of children against diph thei a was outlined by :the -Health Inspector (Mr. V. ,Mack fin) at a meeting of Iio!royd Council; last week. Council ill begin an inten sive: immunisation .campaign in the area in early Nov?cnber. There were ter. deaths, .and 314 cases of diphtheria' in Hol rcyd i Municipality 12 years be fore immunisation began in 1937; Mr. Macklin told the meeting. "'Twelve years after 1937, dis closes that only 123 cases were noted, and no deaths in our area," he said. "None of the 123 cases haiz been immunised." . Couicil proposes.to conduct a poster competitior., Holroyd Shield physical e:.ulture eents, lectures, and screenings of- health filmrs: during Health .Week, this. year. Films will be screened at 2-Merry lands.- Theatre on Friday, November 10.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCIL EXHIBIT FOR SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

COUNCIL :-EXH-IBT FOR SHOW . Paitranmata City "Council will;1 place- a non-competitive exhibit, depicting soie-e form of it; civic vork; i n Parramatta Agr:c?iltuiial: 'Scit-gS 195g1 Showi at Pa;raniati' :i,: pare suitabe nateri 1 for the exhititlon.' : Council ag end to sell for £5 to the society an old hoi'se.-irafmir garbage cart.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

*Great Achievements Traced to "CROWN" BRAND FLOUR Well aware of Nature's law that like pro ] duces like, the discerning cook entrusts the responsibility of producing QUALITY GOODS to QUALITY FLOUR. His good judgment steers him away from the liazard&7 Sof dearly bought "bargain" products--leads him to invest in the only flour he can afford to buy-the BEST. To-day,, after careful .search and, comparl . son -'thousands of cooks find zo.mplete 1 tatisfaction for their v a u e - s an s e in McCORQUODALES "CROWN" FLOUR, used for years by prize-winning pastrycooks. This is an achievement of -which we are jv.stly proud. ""BRAND Manufactureddby McCORQUODALE BROS. TORQUIL ,MILLS - PARRAMATTA andc SYDNEY. - .- ,-` .- --,,~I--~~-- ,I---·--~~-~ <.Y~jý.; }k"a;. `"'ýý,y:ý; y°"~a. ý,ýt,ý :'SýiK eý+'"*M Y:.,. :``'^°ý:..,.. `°T. .t. Mwt.::ýý<nzý;:";y;;;;Ai%":;`tý~i,.;}"ý,~N;. z.,k,, f" ý<`.ýký' 'iýyt':}C":'ý^Yv: : `: ''' :f NGv 4j'l^' ;E)2: v3.':tý%.+' ý, A , ...

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

To Punter S (By Harry Quigley) Chief iten; of gossip from the Rosehill heath last week, was the sale of -Tea Towel. For some timee Alan Cooper had had an admiring eye focussed on the. former Queenslander, and according to what he told me he backed hin pretty well for the EpsoZm. Thougl-f the price paid for Tea Towel: has not been disclosed 'it must have been a :fairly sub stantial one. When Alair wants something'he is usually prepared to go fairly high' to get it;. + .1 J&. . Tom Cooke could. well afford to: 'smrilk broadly. on"i Saturday eWhnvhis old idol, Dark I MarAb, won the Waverley Handicap, as there were many who had defihi iitely decided that the veteran gelding was through. Now he is back in the .picture: again as a Melbourne Cup possibilityh Dark Marne was broken-ire at Rosehill. and fo . a? :.time was trained here. The winner of 15 races,, including- a Sydney -Cup, a Doomben Cup..and a Rosehill' Clp,- he -w:sris narrowly beathit' by Rimfire f6r- the Melbourne: Cup...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Junior Cricket Draw [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

Junior Cricket Draw The followihg are the fixtures and umpirirs for the next round of junior cricket: H d A GRADE. "Hodlioyd v. Merrylands' United, Morgan and Nicholson; Rangers v, :Wenty, Copeland and: Gregtffy; Went Wtorth ..v. Granivtlle Baptist,'. Boyce :and :.Sansom; :'Westiiead ,v. St. George,. Head and -Naylobr;: A RESERVE .t,.: , Baulkham Hills V. Hoai?rci'd Aito lWallaroos v. Shamroeks - Spooner. and? Norris; Kelbtiurn . MB.o.? HarveY. and Clarence .Goodyear. .v P.H.- Endehvourers, Robertsonr and C-. n Bl, DIVISION 1: " St. V.O.B- v. Bonds, Murphy and Schwartz; Marsden Park v. Bunigar. Gallen; Wanderers v. Seven Hills, 'EB Bennett and' Prince. DIVISION 2 Merrylands Society v. Merrylands. C.Y.S., Topfer; .Granville. Central v. L. Parramatta, Baldock and Cave; Carlingford v. Rydalmere; C,Y.M., bye. B2, DIVISION I Howard Aito -v. Wehty Juniors, Chapman; Holroyd - v. Rangers; P.R.S.L,.; v. Westmead, Carlyon and Marsden; Riverside V. -Kelburin; New ling. DIVISION 2 Ncrthmead v. ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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High School Sport [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 11 October 1950

High School Sport Parramatta High School third year student, R. Ford, scored a brilliant 68 against Canterbury in the fourth round of the Com bined. High School's first-grade cricket competition at Pratten Park last week. Parramatta scored 160 in its first innings. •K. Blundell, H. Bunton and N. Hunt batted well. Canterbury were 0-6 at stumps. Parramatta third grade were all out for 93 against Canterbury, Tetlow (31); Baird (12), Young (10) and Ward (8) were top scorers. Canterbury were 7 for 79 at stumps. Allsop (Parramatta) took 3 for 13. Canterbury declared at I for 157 runs in the fourth grade fix ture. Parramatta hadl lost 2 for 42 runs at stumps. Cash batted attractively, scor ing 14 not out. Girls from the school recently played Sydney Girls' High in the hockey, basketball, and ten nis "A" teams' competition. Parramatta were beaten in the basketball and tennis fixtures. but defeated Sydney 1-nil in the hockey match. Scores: Tennis, Sydney, 38 games, d. Parramatta, 17; basket ...

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

Commencing Wednesday, 11th October, 1950, at 8 p.m. CUMBERLAND OVAL, PARRAMATTA PARK. Promotion: Auto Speedwqavs (Aust.) Ptv. Ltd. SOLOS: Dolan, Garland, Ryan, Melluish and all Local Stars. SIDECARS: Hodgkiss, Davies, Speerin, Martin, Steward, Adlam, Glynn, etc. POPULAR PRICES: 2/5, 3/-. Stand 4/3. Children ll1d. & 1/11. - HUNT BROS. METROPOLITAN DEALERS Ford V8 Cars and Trucks 'Howard Rotary Hoe SPREFECT AND ANGLIA CARS Repairs and Service Executed by.Competento Mechanics. UW 8828 - PARRAMATTA - UW 8829 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS O ".. W i Under ancient native custom it ivas usual for a man to buy his wife. History does not always record how payment was made, but. if such a custom existed today, the suitor would undoubtedly choose the mostconvenient method of, paying his father-in-law-- by Rural Bank cheque. A cheque ,account at the Rural Bank offers many advantages. It -saves time and energy; is safer; provides yof? with, a .continuous record ofyour incime and expen diture; -it ...

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

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