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GRANDMOTHER MADE WEDDING CAKE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

GRANDMOTHER MADE WEDDING CAKE Guildford Mehod ist Church was beautifully d.?cordted. for the recent marriage of. Helen, only daughter of 'Mr.- acd'id Mrs.;:, J. Moss, of Guildford,. t'b Leonard, younger_?onr of Mrs: -1. Jai'con, .,-M Merrylands, and the late Mr. A. Jackson.. : The, bride. wore a: gown. of lace. over. satint with long train embroidered Veil held by a coro net' of orange. blossom. She car ried a bouquet of azaleas, and orchids. Bridesmaids, Misses Merle Jack son' and Pamela Gordon, were frocked alike in 'ink, figured organdi '6ver 'tafEsta and carried bouquets of pink orchids and carnations. They wore curvettes to match their bouquets and short tulle veils. Little flower girl, Joyce Curnow, was in green organdi. Mr. 0.. Jackson, .brother' of the 'groom, 'was bestmran and Mr. Jim Moss, groomsman. During the -signing of the re gister, Mr. Neil Gough sang "Because." Reception was held in the 'Church Hall, where more than 100 guests were: r.eceived by the bride's mother,:...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Younger Set Plans Active New Year [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Younger Set PIans Active New Year An active new' year is planned by Parramatta Country Women's.: Associa tion Younger Set. .New pro. jects discussed at the group's recent- annual -meeting in Sclhde a visit to the Far West .Children's Hospital and or ganised outings for home.. less children. . Members : are ,forming a square dancing : group under the guidance of Mrs. J. Hall, and regular : meetings are planned for next year. In the meantime "'an introductory square dance: evening will be held at North Rocks hail on November 10. The meeting elected the following office bearers: Pre sident,. Miss Willa .Wilson; treasurer? Mifs., Joyce Bailey; hon. secretary, Miss Dorothy Gilmour (all re-elected) ; vice presidents, Mrs., E. Hoy,. Miss Nora Pickering, Misses. Bar bara Marriott and Elsie Hems worth; advisers from the parent branch. (Parramatta C.W.A.), Mesdanies A. B. Erby, J. Hall and Neale Pierce. The Younger Set will wet come new members at its regu lar monthly meetings, .held at the C...

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MANY ALARMS WERE FALSE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

,MANY. ALARMS. WEE FALSE Of 6665 fire calls in Syd ney in 1949, :2216 were false. alarms, says the Board; ocf Fire Commissioners' report. The 'report stated that 645 of the false alarms were malici ous, :436 needless, and 1135 accidental. The total number of alarms was 1 768 fewer than in 1948. Twenty-four fires were clas sified as suspicious. The report said 48 firemen SGeorge Gureen (57'), of' Berwickl Street, Guildford, died recently. HIe -is .survived by -his .widow, Lucy, five sons and two daugh ters. Interment took place at Rook twiood Church of England Ceme tery. were injured in 1949, but only i 7 were off duty. Total force of the Depart ment was 300 officers and 823 permanent men, the report added.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

PT Y. - LTD: ' -·:- . " . . , OCCASIONAL FURN TURE Essential for the Home... . A .number of vwell-chosen items to add comfort ande charm to :your home . . . "National" has many -wonderful values in o: `Occasional items ... .Select-these now and -avoid the Christmas ..rush. A -long-:losting Christmas Gift in -very item. .. OCC. TABLES Hexagonal Table with rui u four bent, reeded. CIJNA .legs, matched Walnut i .4 - Veneer Top. CABINETS Table, oblong shape; with bent urlder-base Are here in a grand as sho w wn. with variety. Fancy Lead light Smathed -Wolnut or plain glass doors, plate glass shelves and mirror -backs, from Half-round Table, 3 taoll reeded legs, in 13'5 grained "Walnut " tal. Veneer. BROOKVALE CHAIRS ; Note .the Sli idnng Sprung Seat , -adjustable to °,oir own lounge .:--comfort position. Tapestry covers.- . £9'3'7 .Also available in' a nice range of Genoa .. Velvet coverings ... J SPERIOD BRItDGE CHAIRS Have C5de ,·acks Hand-r rved Jaco - bean .Legs and Sprung Sets. At ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Cnr.: Lombar:t r S et and Whids Riid a `sIN THE TENT ` .1-4: Nightly 7.45:: ,. .Nov.: 5: Progress Hal, REV. R. BERG DES.: HIGGS (Eva.gelist) :(Song Leader) CHILDREN'S HAPPY; HOUR, Every Afternoon,: .-45, with Des. Higgs.. Auspices Church of The Nazarene. ...MANY :P E er Acievements ac t Well- aware of .Nature's: law that like pro-: S duces: like,--the- discerning cook entrusts the. respon.siility, of producing'. QUALITY ::: GOODS to:QUALITY FLOUR: -isgood S- ,-' ;. ,i judgment. steers him' away from thiaE hazard, S :.,: .-. -of dearly bought "bargain.' prFodiuct?a- lead?: him :to invest. in? the o -ly: fur?hecan airc . to.buy-the BES T.:. - - o- ? dBy, after careful '::s'each and cýinimart O thousands -o .cooks fincd "onsiplete ..ktisfaction 'for .their:' -vr a: l:u ,.e .jena; e.R in'--O " - -McCORQUODdALES... GCROWN. FL?.UR uised-for' years by p.rizeziI nn ing pas trcooksk: 'This - is an achievement of winch. e eare: .ji.stly proud.; BRARN Manuf ct ured- by .McCOR Q OD AL? BROS?. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

PUBLIC - NOTICES CITY OF PARRAMATTA. ORDINARY ELECTION OF ALDERMEN. NOTICE is hereby given that an -Election for the purpose of electing six (6) Aldermen for each of the three Wards of the City of Parra Smatta, namely, Parramatta Ward, Granville Ward. and Dundas Ward, 'will be held on Saturday, Decem ber 2, 1950, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Every candidate for election must be enrolled on the Council's elec toral roll and must not be disquali fled for civic office by any of the matters Set out in Section 30 of the Local Government Act. 1919, but he need' not be enrolled as an elector in respect of the particular Ward for which he is proposed for nomination. He shall be proposed for nomination in writing in the form prescribed. Such nomination form shall state the surname and other names of the candidate, to gether with his name as appearing on the roll of electors, his abode and present or usual occupation, if any, and shall be signed by at least two (2) electors of the W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

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FINED FOR S.P. BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

FINED FOR. . S.P. ,BETTING Jack Frederick. Potts (19), lab .rer, of Bursill Street, :Guild ford, :was fited: £ 20 by Mr Brown S.M., at Parramatta Court; last week, for S.P. bet ting. Leslie John. Holloway (63), of Orchardleigh. Road, . Old . Guild ford,- was also fined £20 on a similar charge. Both .men pleaded guilty. According ' to evidence, Potts. accepted S.P: bets. in-the bar of j SThe death- occurred' recently of .Mrs.. Selina Alice. Paull (86), of Wentworthville 'Avenue, Wentworthville; lii terment tool ...place at .Pros pect Church ::of: England emie tery. ' a hotel at. Guildford. Cora.table- Barber, of ,Parra matta, said that - Potts had .re corded" doubles in a book, with odds -of £5 to 2/-. Holloway had accepted bets at his home . Bets rianging from 1/- to 2/6 had been recorded.

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Special Police Fund [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

•Special, Police Fund People... injured =when .a siting g -.'e potilice .in the execution 'of their duty, or the relatives in the case of death should be pro vided for by a special Govern ment subsidised 'fund made available to the police, accord ing to the Member for Black town (Mr. Stan Freeman). . In the current session-of the N.S.W. Parliament, Mr. Free man brought the matter to the notice of the Attorney-General (Mr. Martin). "Can the Attorney-General say," he asked, "whether hooli gans frequently obstruct the police in the execution of. their duty and irhether civilians who go to their assistance often suf fer damage or injury? "Would it "be practicable to establish a- fund to recompense citizens who suffer injury or damage this way?" In his reply, Mr. Martin ad mitted such attacks on the police and they were to be deprecated. "The suggestion for the crea tiog of a fund to compensate a citizen or his relatives, if he is injured or ki!ied going to the assistance of the police, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Glazmorise your wiindows with KIRSCH ALL-METAL " VENETIAN BLINDS With Kirsch All-Metal ]Blind, :in the new "Off-White" colour, Syou can control the light . . . distribute it creven!y throughout the room. Flexible metal slats :re easy to clean ... and easy So the eyes. Phone or call for quotation. TASMAN COWELL * :& CO., " 309® Church Street, . PARRAMATTA. UW 8974. STANDARD TELEPHONES AND CABLES PTY. LTD. : MOOREBANK AVENUE, LIVERPOOL Have-Permanenit Employment offering to Electrical Fitters for a wide variety of positions. Excellent opportunities for advancement. 5-dayi week . .,. Liberal Salary 2. Non-Contributary Sickness and Accident Benefit Plan. Good Condi tions. Apply Employment Officer, Standard Telephones and Cables Pty. Ltd. MOOREBANK AVENUE, LIVERPOOL Phone UB 7214 South Street, GRANVILLE . "..i - .. 141 Grade Talors. SUNWEA aters - erers sHoP An invitation to see: , . '": .the latest ne..n MONOGRAMMED CLUB BLAZERS swimsuits and sun clothes in an ..tmos t in an atm...

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Migrants Find Happiness In New Country [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

Migrants Find Happiness In New Country "Something old" . worn by Miss Beryl Jean Podd for her recent marriage to Mr. Walter Tyszyk at St. John's, Auburn, was a crystal necklace lent by Mrs. H. lriend. The necklace, gift of her husband, was first worn by Mrs.. Friend on her wedding day 23' years ago. Her wedding dress was a misty-blue crepe afternoon frock with sequin trimmed . bodice, worn with matching hat and navy blue. accessories. She added a corsage of orchids and carnations. Bridesmaid, Miss June Pratt, of Auburn, wore dusty pink crepe with a corsage of. blue grape hyacinths and: pink car nations. Best man was Mr. Theodore Schuetz. The bride is the only child of the late Mr. H. T. Podd, of London (U.K.), and of Mrs. D. E. Podd, of Rooty Hill. Her hus-, band is the eldest, son of Mr. and' Mrs. Walter Tyszyk, snr., of Werbiani, Ukrainia. The couple first' met short ly after Beryl and her mother, formerly of Peckham, London, arrived in Australia in Febru-. ary, 1949. Mr. Walter T...

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Bride Carried White Orchids [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

Bride Carried :r White Orchids Repeption for 110 guests at Hiawatha followed the recent wedding of Miss Phyllis: Marie Newland and Mr. Thomas . Mc Cloghry at St. Patrick's, Parra matta. . . The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Newvland, of Blacktown, wore a gown of em bossed satin brocade with lace overskirt caught up in scallops `w?ith, sprays of orange blossom, and embroidered tulle veil. She wore a double rope of. pearls and carried a bouquet of white orchids. Bridesmaids Mary Burns and Norma Hayes were gowned in mauve embossed taffeta and lace with matching bonnets and car ri-ed bouquets of mauve, blue and cyclamen flowers. Flower girls Dianr. Williamson and Rhonda Porter wore frocks of blue embossed taffeta with matching bontmets and baskets of mixed flowers. The bridegroom, who is the son of Mr. and 1VMrs. Arthur Mc Cloghry, of North Parramatta, was attended by Mr. Bill Cruick shank (best man), and Mr. John McCloghry (groomsmari). During the signing of the reg ister, Mr....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

IN MEMORIAM BROWN.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Elizabeth Ann, who joined Dad, October 31, 1944. Always in the thoughts of their loving daughter Gladys. GARNER.-In loving memory of our. darling little son, Ronald, who passed awayi October 31, 1948. Years roll by, but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday. Inserted by mum, dad and Robert. CHAPMAN.-In memory of Sergt. Arthur Chapman. Ever remembered by Mother, Father, Brother, Sisters. MORAN.-In loving memory of Pte. Fred Moran, killed in New Guinea, 5th November, 1942. Aged 20 years. Sheltered by the rock of ages, Anchored on the golden shore; In perfect love of Jesus, He is safe for evermore. Always remember by Mr. and Mrs. Holden and family, .Aubrey St., Granville. SROLL OF HONOUR. MORAN.-In loving memory of our dear son, Pte. Fred Moran, killed in New Guinea, 5th November, 1942.. Aged 20 years. God gave us strength to bear it, Courage to .fight the blow; But what it meant to lose you, son, No one will ever know. You h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

TJENDERS. CONTRACT FOR CARTAGE-SEVEN HILLS POULTRY EXPERIMENT Tenders,- in wrtirg, closing. with the Manager, Government Poultry Farm, Seven Hills. at noon on 9th November. 1950,. are invited for the conveyance of fodder, etc., from Seven Hills Railway Station to to the Government Poultry Farm :for, the twelve months from 1st Janu ary, 1951. Full: particulars are ob. tainable on 'application from the Manager. . THE HOUSING COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tenders, suitably endorsed, and addressed- td -the Secretary. the lousing Commission of New South Wales (Building "A" Tender Box', Mint Building. - Macquarie Street, Sydney. ('Phone B056 or BW8651 will be received up to 2 p.m. on Tuesday. 14th November. 1950, for the undermentioned jobs: TIMBER FRAMED COTTAGES. PENRITH: Job Nos. 1306A (4) 1306B (6) 1306C (6). BRICK VENEER COTTAGES. PENRITH: Job No. 1306 (6). Plans, etc.. may be obtained on personal or written application to the above address, and may be inspected at the C.P.S. at Pen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

C.LASIFIED RATES, Minimi~ 2/- for 12 words or fless. 'then 2d per word, Advertisements may be" placed at "The Advertiser" Office, ,'off Church Street, Parra rnata It any Newsagency in the district ?or posted (with postal note or stpT us) to this Office, Box 20, IP.O., P'ramatta. FOR SALE STROLLT R, steel, snrung frame., good.order. £2. wit, hstorm cover. 5 Ash ey St., Guildford. - XMAS CARse: 'Parramatta Series. St. Jolhn's. Old Govt.- House. King's School (2).- Elizabeth Farm, St. Patrick's, 1. exclusively etched by Douglas Pratt, set. of 6. 3/-. Cu=. berland Newspapers Ltd., .Mac quarief Street. Parramatta. PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS, . leading make's,K guaranteed in faultless :.condition, aavailable at reasonable prices for immediate free delivery. * Cash or" terms. Player Seat and.. Rolls supplied free. We - TUNE and SERVICE free for two. years-therefore a safe investment -is K.a reliable. instrument from McFARLAND'S, retailers of "quality pianos, 271 Marrickville Road, Marrickvil...

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TO CONDUCT MISSION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

TO. CONDUCT MISSION :Guildford-Merrylands Protes tant Ministers' Fraternal will conduct an evangelistic mission in a marquee tent at the corner of Blaxcell Street and Oakley Ave., from Saturday, October 28, to Monday, November 13. Permission for the erection of the tent on the land has been granted by Parramatta City Council. James Murray (59), of. Warwick Street, Merrylands, died recently. He is survived by his wife, Elsie, and five. sons. Interment was made at Rook wood Church of England Cemet ery.

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FETE PROFIT FOR SCHOOL PIANO [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

FETE PROFIT FOR SCHOOL PIANO The objective of North Parra matta Parents and Citizens' As-. sociation was realised as a result of the fete held at the Primary School. recently. The net pro ceeds amounted to £60-odd which will enable the association to complete the purchase of a piano which is so badly needed at the school. Mr. G. C. Gollan, M:L.A., per formed the opening ceremony, and a vote of thanks to Mr. Gol lan, proposed by Ald: H. V. Hor wood (Deputy Mayor). The president (Ald. R. P. Lukins). and Mrs. Lukins enter tained the official guests at after noon tea, among whom were: Mr. and Mis. G. C. Gollan, Ald. H. V. Horwood, Ald. P. H. Jeffery, Mr. F. Quealey, Mrs. N. Soames, Mrs. Sinith, Mrs. P. Warnock and Mrs. Elizabeth Frazer. Results: Cooking Competition (judges, Mrs. Soames, Mrs. Smith): Fielders annne?-ýlst Mrs. Hayes. 2nd Mrs. Harnwell. sw.w. -Cream Sponge-1st Mrs. Hayes, 2nd Mrs. Rumsey. S.F. Cream Sponge-Mrs. Allsop. Chocolate Sponge-1st Mrs. Allsop, 2nd Mrs. Henderson, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

' -J.j . ,:. Kids, you've never seen such a train as Santa' .chap himself! Every day after 9 0.nt. you'll find See all the exciting new toys he's been making everto bring yousince last Xmas. Santa knew he'd be too busy to use hisf Reindeers allI the time, so he built this wondrous new yýr aeb d re t rc rs o o Ii~HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN WITH "SANTA" ON: HIS GAY "TOYTOW N. TRAIN." What a thrill to have your photo taken it ":., :. ? SSanta o. his enchanting train . . and just SSeeal ectnwait tnewll the other kidssee it!s hes been making ver This is going to be the happiest Xmas of all! sRemmber it by ing t Xmas. Santa knew he'd beatoo busy to use hisSnap. Reindeers all the timeA so he b in ? - -? r i a nd ow eve ry ..... ý :.:::.. .ý"ý:.:.:...::.: ?ý i<iiiiiiiiii:ii!:i?:::::;::".-.. S to see. Com e ,"an cl tell him w hat yorat f r:? : r: '! .:::." ... yo wan .. .. ::?::: ,.::.:.:. :::: ::..: i:i:i?..:i !? ii ' :: HAVE Your PFIOTO TAKEN : .. i ?..? ," : ": "WITH "SANTA". ON:..;...

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