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PRINTING POINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

PRINTING POINTS No Printer can produce fine; printing without fine machines. _Since World War IH., Cumberland Newspapers Ltd., have .installed modern printing machinery -costing Sover £30,000. These include an auto matic Quad Demy Miehie which prints 32 pages of a magazine in one operation, two Ve¶rticle Miehles which produce letterheads, bill heads, receipts, order forms and a hundred other types of printing at the rate of 5,000 an hour. Then there are five of the most mod ern type casting machines in the world. That is why Cumberland Newspapers' printing plant, opposite Parramatta Post Office, produces over one million pieces of good print ing every week. Phone UW 8804. Parramatta Air League will hold a "bottle" drive in Parra mitta. on Saturday, October 28. The City Council has agreed to loan a truck to help collec tions. Guildford Ghamber of Com merce has asked Council to erect conveniences in .Guildford shop ping centre.

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"DEBS" AMUSED AT 2CH HAPPY COMPANIONS' PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

"DEBS" AMUSED AT 2CH HAPPY COMPANIONS' PARTY Gales o£ laughter and well earned applause swepit ithe Maple 'oom at the Caraleon (George Street, Parramatta) on Tuesday afternoon last week when 11: `members of Parra mnatta branch of 2CH Women's .League presented an hilarious burlesque debs. presentation. The sketch was the highlight of a social afternoon of music, dancing and novelty -games. Mrs. W. A. Williams, vice-president of the. branch, was hostess for the. afternoon in the absence, due to" illness, of the president, Mrs. H. Jessop. Social secretary, Mrs. E. Osborne, was "master of ceremonies" and also compered the mock debs. presentation. Members taking? part -in the skit were- Mrs. :E.' . Smith (Madame- Hibiscus) ; Mrs. :Walsh (Little. Audrey, iflower, girl); Mrs. W. A. Williams: (Lady Juplee, who received the ,'debs"); Mrs. Connelley and :;Mrs. L;. Buckley (Miss Slapcabbage -and Mr. 'Hig ginbotharh); 1VMrs. Brown and Mrs.; O'Brien (Blossom and Alfie 'ObbsI? TIr.. Metcalfe and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

-..MAY HAVE * modern refrigeration ....and FOOD ?i PRESERVATION THIS SUMMER! A full half bushel of . flfresh fruits, greens Westingouse and vegetables may be stored in the twin slid Ue-tUXe ing, glass topped Humidrawers. For only a small weekly outlay you may have com- .. . plete refrigeration and safe food preservation this sum mer,.... With the, new . "Westinghouse" De Luxe Extra large evaporator model you'll find many outstanding features that provides ample ic will give you "complete capacity plus extra satisfaction" this summer storage locker for stor - including a. special ing packaged frozen drawer-type meat-keeper; foods. . I twin sliding glass topped Humidrawers, and the famous "True-Temp" cold control! Yes, this model is yours with a low deposit and easy Drawer-type porcelain weekly terms. from Western Meat Keeper provides Piano House. low temperature, high h husmidity storage.. Cash Price, £154/17/6 Easy Terms of 18/- Weekly ' !!W ESTINGHOUS.. . M-odel n i The refrigerato...

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Organising Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

Orgarnsing Dance MISS.... ILA BROWN, hon. secretary "of Parramatta Musical Comedy. Company, who is helping to organise the . Mad" Hatters' Dance which P.M.C.C. ;will hold to night (Wednesday), at 8 p.m., in the Maple Room at the Caraleon, George Street, P~arraimatta. .For informa Stion1, UW8231.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

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POOL IS POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

-POOL IS POPULAR More than 8,000 .people have attended- Granville. Olympic Pool since .the opening of the 1950-1951 season on Six-Hour Day, accordirng to the Baths mianagr .(Mr. E.H. Sims). Mr. Sims told Parramatta City Council, last week, that revenue to October. 9, was £164.

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Social Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

Parramatta Home Service Club's anniual fete will be held at St. Andrew's Hall, Philip Street, Par ramatta, next Friday, October 20, and will be offici ally opened by Mr. G. C. Gollan, M.L.A., at 2.30 p.m. Well-stocked stalls will offer cakes, sweets, groceries,. enamelware, produce, fancy goods, "pick a-box"--and afternoon tea will be served. Proceeds will benefit local charities. MISS BETTY ASHCROFT, Parramatta R.S.E.'s candidate in the 1950 Miss Australia Quest, will be crowned "Miss Parraimatta' at the Miss Parra matta Ball, to -be 'held at the SCity Hall on Friday, October 27. +1 + .. A GGAMIES EVENING will.- be held . by Parramatta Coiuntry Women's'. Association Younger Set at the C.W.A. rooms, Mac quarie Street, Parrarniatta, on Friday, October. 27, at 8 p.m. Function -is- to. raise...-funds- for' the "Fishing Well" which the Younger Set will conduct at; the Mexican Fete, to be held by the parent branch (Parramatta) at Mrs. J. Lloyd's home, George Street, on November 18. . .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

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SCHOOL CRICKET Granville Central School, William Street. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

SCHOOL CRICKET G-ralville Central School, William Street. 1st Grade: Granville, 3-117. (J. Wiggins 52, B. Christopher 34) def. Enmore, 6-109. 2nd Grade A's: Granville,: .8-95 (E. Roberts 43, M.. Woods 2(,i anid 4-11) def. 'Enmoro, 8-43..

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GREEN CLOSED TO VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

GREEN CSED TO VISIToR As a result of the heavy Winter rains most :bowling..:greans.mre in bad c?bodition and some :ae closed in'dfinitely. Parramnatta' four greens :have -suffered;, so much so that the coliiiitite"'i'as cancelled its engagenmients with other clubs Further play in the Parramatta pairs championship has beeh' Postponed un}til the greens have Lecovei'ed.. It would seem that couch :greens are more . seriously taffected by flooding .than beiit greens. Roy Maher, head: greenkeeper at Parramatta during the past five years, has severed his con nection with the club and it is 'm.derstood he is now on the Bur xvood staff. Last week the Parramatta:, Club admitted about forty new hiem bers, but there is still a number of. applicants for admission on the waiting. list. The growth of the game of bowls in the: past few years lias been remarkable. Clubs are springirg up every where and every town, suburb and hamlet has its green, In this State alone playeis total' about 30,000. Mr. ...

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade WESTMEAD v. ST. GEORGE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

A A Grade .''VEST'MEAD v. ST.' GEORGE 1st innings, Westmead 280 (W. Tinson 60, C. Lothian 61, V. Owers' 60; C. Greatrix 5-62, J. Lindsay 5-91). 1st :ini'ings, St. George 1 for 2. WTENTW'THVIILE viRANGERS 1st innings, Rangers :123 H. '1'4itchell 26, W. Matheson 22, G. Martin 3-39, M. Ber..nett 2-10, D. Sutcliffe 2-19). 1st .innings, Wentworthville 7. for 78 :'(R. Patterson 34; W. Matheson 3 20, R. Betts 3-34) ' A Reserve '-JELIBURN v. MARIST BROS.: OLD B'OYS : st' innings, Marist Bros.: O.B. 70 (corben 5-41, Love 3-25, 'M. O'Shea 23). ist innings, Kelburn -2 for' 121 declared - (Dann 43,";?parsh6t 39,. :Sauer 2-17). . 2nd innifigs, Marist Bros OB. 1 for 10. GOODYEAR v. PENDLE HiLL -ENDEAV. 1st innings, Goodyear 7 for- 174 (Bain&53, Preston 41). 1st innings, Pendle Hill Endeav. 6 for 56. B1, Division 1I MARSDEN .'PARK v BUN GARRIBEE 1st innings, Marsden Park 175. 1st innings, Bungarribee, 3 for 27. ST. VINCENT'S OLD BOYS v BOND'S LNDUSTRIES 1st. innings, Bond's Industries 75 (...

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TREE PLANTING SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

TREE PLANTING SCHEME Parramatta City .Council. is considering an intensive tree planting scheme for Parramatta Ward. The Ward Committee has ask ed the City Engineer (Mr. W. C. Andrews) to list streets in the area which would be suitable for tree-planting.

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NEW BUS TERMINAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

NEW BUS TERMINAL Plans for construction of a bu.s terminal at Merrylands railway station, have been temporarily shelved by Holroyd Council pending certain information from the Railways Department. Council. has made representa tions to the; Commissioner of Railways (Mr. F. C. Garside) asking for portion of Merrylands railway goodsyard for the terminal. Council decided to proceed with plans to construct the terminal after it had been pointed out that buses turning in Merrylands Road, near the railway station, were •a danger to traffic.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

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CUMBERLAND IN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

CUMBERIAND IN TROUBLE Cumberland arc i' trouble a e losing. 3 for 17 against .Wav"rlcy a: Saturday. Waverley were dismissed for 18g. D. Loudon bowled well to sebure 4-67. WAVERLEY, first innings: C. D .Sax, run out.. 7' T. Deitsch b Loudon. 0; W. Watson run out, 1; D, Bell, b Loudon. 13; CG. Spring b Loudon, 33: D., James s?t Anderson, b Loudon, 23; I. Ashton l,'w. b Ken nedy 5; K. Fetherstonb :Kennedy. 65; R.-'eltoni, a Alderson; b Ritchie, 22: H. Butler c .Anderson, 1 Ken nedy 1; B. O'Sullivan. niot out, 1; sundries 17. Total, 188. Bowling: G, Woolmer 0-24. D. Kennedy 3-41, D. Loudon 4-67, W. Cornock 0-31, B, Ritchie 1-8. CUMBERLAND, 1st innings: W. Ewens, c Ashton b -Butler, 10 13 Ritchie," b O'Sullivan , 2; A.. Alder son, b Butler, 2; D.' Kennedy, not cut, 0, S. Teale iot ou , 1; sundries, ,. Three for 17. Bowling: H. Butler 2-6, B. O'Sul vhan. 1-9. Ciiberlands. Seconds were dis missed by Waverley for 110. S.mit@ top-scored with 28. .CB R.N first innings, 110: 'J. O7'Do ;ouglue ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

Eo ve ur frc 'h1 M~ail6 yourseXý 0 of 1 . Qirýsease advice ~ Pest ýrbe O Cot i s co? u sor ' e Du i lSr ( o l r the FlyS ESrY -ev stc:al adýis 3.3. . I Prraatt's.LeaingFuneral Dire~ctorsj .1 ilhe nifraI m M .4 o.:: tyk Lt 181 Church StrettPAR RAMA3TTA U W 88;38 _ ULDFOR .. ~ ~ ~ -ýý ,., FOR CORRECT PRICES, SERVICE AND CIVILITY. PHONE .UW 9164WE DELIVER--RIGHT AT STATION, GUILDFORD . Make a Ly•y ow on "Cydops" Toys "BAYK B.LU DING SETS TRMN SETS, etc. CROCKERY AND GIFTS FOR AMAS--Save the Increase in Prices. LAWN .MOWERS WRINGERS EUY NOW AND AVOID INCREASE IN "ACME" ...'... ... £7/15/6 PRI'ES:. . "WRINGMASTER" £7/15/ "Q,;ALCA.T" .... : 2'": . "USR -L5/6 AUT A" 59/6, to 90/. , LC'AI ,& T , ..- .. . 2. i --2 _ !, -7o, P © , 14,t RINSE -A ND =DR Y . : , "AM .; . ... 12", £5/5/-, 14", £5/10/- MACHINES ..•...£88/ "OGDEN" - Rubber Tyres and all lat:st im- HEALING CYCLES. Cash or provements ........... , ,..... ..'£817/-.. Terms. Complete Range ob . 12 ~a. PQRTABLE COPPERS (Complete...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

HOOVEK WEEKLY PAYMENTS .. MIN, ~ p EL e sr5 Any family can afford a "Hoover" in their laundry. At £4/10/- it's or withoutes pumpdele andaser ammediate Delivery on a small deposit. Pmd. £90 ER iI WEEKLY PAYMENTS... highly' efficientA yfa iy o af~da"Hoe?1"" r ' i'I .rise wism 'e e o E C C [ a'water IeI n' I Dm. ned di eIec I P O " . ... : \ . . ... " ,EEKL PAMET . ." + '. / ETS ".... rac wringer. -ny . .. .-.17/ WEEKLY- TERMS ..• ". '. 0 9 2 models aove!be I! ;':'. : ' ? :'.,'"able, as Washer .. .? . ...I +___-_ .,' - "only or as 0 2 :,"bý :ýIpu:,,. Prices from. "Or a low deposi :" F+' 4:' r.:+, .-. V K+''-::v ; at W hotmouff s. .1".1..+ "i . .EL PSWEEKLY PAYMENTS ' " i Witade madelr with 'tumbloe acectnic t doe1 h or without pump anda s : • " _"'.. . '. m odel. `' {},:.`""' lll " ." ' -d b/ IPrices from 79110 " ../ KEEKLY PAYMENTS . BEdule -quick time. .?c 'win er . ;- " , -?.".'. and guaranteed by "Kelvinotor." elf, . washes; 7 rinsms 3 3o 1 p. . + II -'.. .ý - .ý°"$`9 imes sn drsi ...

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TWO FINED FOR S.P. BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

TWO FINED FOR S.P. BETTING William Hayes (60), of The Esplanade, Guildford, was firied £20 -by Mr. Brown, S.1VM, at Parramatta Court last week for S.P. betting. He pleaded guilty. Constable Barker, of Parra mniatta, Police, said Hayes had been betting at his residence on his own' behalf. Records of 20 bets ranging from 1/- to £1 had been seized, lie added. James Herbert Roughley (41), laborer, of Brickfield Street, Par.m ramatta, was fined £20 by Mr. Brown at Parramatta Court for S.P. betting. Roughley pleaded guilty. Parramatta City Council pro poses to spend £125 on road re pairs in Granville Ward. Road surfaces in O'Neil and Bertha Streets, will receive at tention.

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

. ParoMEd I dock,. ..;S PBunter ... (-By Harry Qvigley.) Despite the lament every; now and then., tha?': Rosehill horses are a poor lot, it hias to be admitted that in the. past couple of seasons our locals have quite held their own.' Although,' there is no weight for-age performer to lend pres tige to the Rosehill track we have, in Cognac; probably the fastest sprinter in the State. In winning the Herdsman Stakes on Saturday, this flying machine scampered over six furlongs in 1.10,, which- time was only a quarter second outside the Rand wick record. One of the easiest horses to train, he just loves galloping and* needs little in the way of fast work to keep him cherry ripe. Since coming to Rosehill from Bathurst a few months ago he has won three races and has seen to it that a photo of his trainer, Gordon Horton, has appeared regularly in the Sunday papers. Cognac is a cor..nsistent money spinner, ever ready to do his connections a good turn. Still a comparatively young fellow, he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

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