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CHASE AHEAD FOR CUMBERLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

CHASE AHEAD FOR CUMBERLAND After an early setback. Marrick viyle collared the Cumberland attack and rattled up the big score of 380 at Cumberland Oval on Saturday. Kennedy and Cornock dismissed the openers, Debnam and Briggs, cheaply, but Jack Giffen, who figured in two century partnerships, was particularly severe on all bowlers. Giffen went on to score his cen tury (1251 in 118 minutes. He hit 12 fours and one six.. D. Loudon took 5-79 for Cumber lahd. 'MARRICKVItLE, first innings.- ... Debnam, c Anderson, b Ken niddy, 21; RW Briggs, b Cornock,. 13; J.J Walker, c Cornock, b Loudon, 01; 4.. Giffen, e Lockhart, b Loudon, 125; W. Gibson, c Woolmer, b ?opdon, 65;. R. Anson, b Kennedy, 35; I. Hill, si.. ..naerson, b Loido' 121 G. Sheppard, b Loudon. 0; R. I{dyson, not out. 9; F. Wilton, b Kennedy, 5; E. Wassell, not out, 16; sundries, 18., Total, 380. Bowling': G. Woolmer 0~54. D. Kennedy 3-90, W. Cornock 1-70, ID. EqUdon 5-79.. B. Ritchic 0-13, 'JJ BlhIn 0-47. I .SECOND GRADE I 1UMBER...

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600 SAW INTRIGUING DOLL EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

600 SAW INTRIGUING : DOLL EXHIBITION Unique collection of 350 dolls depicting famous stories and legends drew a crowd of nearly 600 people to Parramatta Baptist Church Hall on.lTuesday after noon last week. .. The exhibition was organised by Mrs. A. Flegg and members of the Baptist Ladies' Fellowship to raise funds for the Church centenary ce!ebrations in April, 1951. SThe collection 'is the property of Mrs. W. J.:: Brown, of 29 Rich-. mond Road, Horrebush .West;: and its exhibition has- raised hun -dreds of -£'s. for the Australian Red Cross, Salvation- Army, churches and other charitable .organisations. The dolls, dressed in character, ;and-about 50 animals,..were ar .ranged in story-book settings and attitudes . to suggest . arrested retiorn. Thus, a wide-eyed prince ;bent Io .peer adoringly} at a coy Cinderella "-in her cyach; and -acrcss: the hall a kilted Scottish l? pie.4;t ct V'ith pointed .te and .lifted .arms, waiting, foi .soimeone -'to tg ,the st'ring attadhed to 'hei pi...

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

- -1 KIDDIES from St. Mark's Church of England Kindergarten, Granville., will be among the pint-sized models taking part in a Tiny Tots' Fashion Parade at the A.G.L. Auditorium, George Street, Parramatta, on. Wednesday, November 8, commencing at 2 p.m. The kiddies, all under six years of age, will model a selection of the latest fashions for tinies designed by Mrs. Mollie Finney, specialist in children's fashions. Latest Amierican designs re cently brought back from the States by Mrs. Finney's sister are incorporated in an. original, and delightful - collection of beach fashions, sunfrocks, play. togs, party frocks, housecoats and new-style pyjamas. New nylon fabrics and new prints are being featured and these are quite cn chanting. Admission to the show is. 2/6 (including afternoon tea)-pro ceeds for St. Mark's Day Kinder garten fund. COLORFUL FEATURES of the Mexican Fete to be held by Par rainatta Branch of the Country Womei's Associationi at Mrs. J Lloyd's home, George Street Par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 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 your face., You may rest assured of an individual approach to all your hair problems at. 36 George Street, Parramatta UW 9685 [ Sydney and Suburbs :FURS DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER S See Our Factory Show room Display. For your fur requirements Consult us with your Fur Problems. F M a k in g u p o f f u r s t o in - ` s dividud1 style & measure.i Repairs, Clbaninq & Re-. modelling, or Tanning, Dyeing and Making Up of your own skins. * We can now offer. im ported ;white lappin Even ing Capes. Priced from .... £6/6/ M. De-Barte Mfg. Furrier. Arcade Chambers, Parramotta - UW 9339 iMsi is hap pier __ • with a ieae 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 ihese lovely instrumen...

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FASHION BENEFIT FOR HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

FASHION BENEFIT FOR HOSPITAL :One hundred and eight budget priced fashion garments werc shown. to. an appreciative audi ence at the City Hall last week when Martin's Frock Salon, cf Church Street, Parramatta, held a parade of spring and summer fashions "off the rack." Fashions shoWn were fronr the La Fayne 1950 collection of- frocks for all occasions, coats and play. suits, all obtainable from Mar fin's. Style trends emphasised were the new versions of the' halter neckline, tucks (esoe-ially ver tichlly tucked. .bodices), pleats and full floating skirts, the "bare look" -in surifrocks .and brief sleeved cottons, and white shark skin for trimmings. Broderie Anglais, both for trims and full hallerina party frocks, was also featured in white, and in pastel colours. Special attention was focussed on a selection of smartly de signed and surprisingly low priced cocktail suits and frocks in Italian tie silk and shirred nylon. These, • in "moonlight colours," and a two-piece town suit fashi...

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MORE BUS STOP SEATS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

MORE BUS .. SSTOP SEATS Parramatta City Council will install: seats at bus stops in Crimea Street (2), Harris Park (2), corner Church and Albert Streets (1), corner Church and Harold Streets (1). ANNUAL FETE of Westmead Boys' Home will be held in the grounds of the Home (Hawkes bury Road, W.estmead) on Sun day, November 5. Visitors are in vited to picnic in the grounds, and the buildings will be open for inspection. Attractions in-i clude various stalls, afternoon tea, and recitals by the boys' band. Buses will meet trains at Westmead station, Seven - years - old Lynette Roach, of Gordon. Avenue, Gran ville, hurt her left arm last week when she fell at her home. Parramatta Ambulance took ,her to Parramatta District Hospital where she ws treated and sent home.

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

.k..-a,-# SA THE A/4I0 S " "CO. PT Y. S -. LTD. 3-PIECE in the ever-popular ... Step-Arm Design .GENO VELVET This attractive suite features seats with a generous width and depth for real L U GESUTE comfort . . . loose, spring filled cushions, sprung platforms and backs . . . built to f only Standards Association requirements . . O y -, The lovely Genoa velvet used with matching tapestry, adds charm and £ 01t76 beauty.... Deposit £10/17/6 WEEKLY... .. .. . . . . ..... .. . . . . . .......,. .......... f'~ 'Yp .,. ... .":.. .-. .'.-::... :i?::!li?!: "?]:i:::'!Y :::: " . .. - 'r : .. "" " " :... . .: c FREE ELVERY ART ONC TO YOU HOE iNew Scroll-Arm Genoa velvet LOUNG SUIE...Matching Tapestry You'll be pileased writh the smart, shaped backs and fronts featured in this grand suite MJEEKLY ONLY . ..the faithful upholstery in sprung plat. forms, sprug bak, 5 loose cushions that a. re spirinrgfilled ..the Genog velvet combines 1 " with figured estry to ie splendid colour . ). har. ony. .. ....

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R.A.A.F. DISPLAY FOR P. C. CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

R.A.A.F. DISPLAY FOR P.-C. CARNIVAL A flight of R.A.AlF. Mustangs will zoom over Cumberland Oval giving a display of aero batics on November 11, when Parramatta Police - Citizens Boys' Club will hold a gala carnival, commencing at 12.30 p.m. Air Force personnel will take part in a non-stop programme, 'vhich will also feature Army Units, with commentary by Lieut. Mannion, and a grand parade led by the N.S.W. Police Mounted Troopers. Starring also will be the fam ous police dogs, and police cadets in physical training ex hibitions. Bands taking part in clude the Police Silver Band, Police Pipe Band, and Police Citizens Boys' Club bands from Leichhardt and Parramatta. Women motor cyclists will join racing riders from the N.S.W. Motor Cycie Club in trick ex hibitior... The Girls' Ow.i Col lege of Physical Culture (un-. c:ir dircpion of Mrs. Harding. Irmer) and Y.W.C.A. School" girls' Club (who were trained by Mrs. Ross) will give demon strations; Australian champion. Frank Donnellan wil...

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

HEWITTS St4p ou ttf Style this summer "H I-LARK" Wedgies' (Above) - A high wedge - S shoe, too peoper. . style. Availablo in colours of Brown & White, Navy & o White, "a n d . all White. ' 476 42/ A Black Gabardine Shoe, featuring a Patent Court Platform Sole. Cut out 'avomp and toe peep. Also 'available in White "Buck and Tan two-tone. 421- priced at only .38/6 SWhite Buck Court Shoe with toe peop and platform sole and featur ing a plastic bow: . All available in full and half sizes,2. to 7. 208 Church St., I PARRAMATTA (4 doors from SMacquaorie Street) .. "-r Phone: UW8196 TT PC Ks seen at TIN' ... : One of the most-popular Models featured at ayne' S Mannequin* Parade -_, i . . .. _.,- ; " " i, -. ý ý . . .. XSSW . o , W... .. . -i? - " . ' , :,2, ? ...::.- " ., ' . ' :. . Zj o :,4 ' In best qualtfy. Eglin .M' Crepe. .t "? .?,studs "on I'ocketf, "and ao smartly; See them NOW of cut -skirt. YOUR FAMOUS FASH ON SALON 257 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA Sr% As Happy as Lark...

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

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

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

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Railway Workshops [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

Railway Workshops Excavation work for the con struction;' of railway carriage workshops at McCredie Park, Yennofra, is not expected to;:.comý mence :for about another two. years., the. Railway Department said last week. Holroyd Council, in " a recent agreement with the Departnient, decided to exchange McCredie Pai~k -land for an alternative site nearby. Under the agreement, the De partment has promised to recon struct McCredie-Park on the al ternative site, providing playing fields and cricket pitches. The Department has also agreed to remove the existing caretaker's cottage to the neW site and construct drainage and water services throughout the area.

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SWIMMING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 1 November 1950

SWIMMING NOTES * Granville-Clyde Amateur Swim ming Club has. secured the services fof:..Waly LLucas ,.asi.their coach for the: coming season. 'Mr. ;C. Betts and Mr. C. Camp bell have started the learn-to-swim class at Granville baths each Satur day and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 11 '.m. ..The following are the results of week-end races: Under 12, 16 yds. Freestyle: R. Taylor. 1. J. Crelley 2, H. Saunders 3. 16 yds. Breaststroke: J. Crelicy 1, R; Thomas 2, B. Jonson 3. Under 14. 33. yds. Freestyle: L. Cobbin 1. R. Stenhouse 2, J. Lethe 3. 33 yds. Backstroke: R. Stenhouse 1, L. Brodie 2, R: Warren 3. Junior, 55 .yds. BackstrOke:. G. Beresford 1. Brian Patchett 2, R. Warren 3. Senior Backstroke: L. Brodie 1, D. Campbell 2; -G. Beresford 3. Senior 55 yds. -Breaststroke: . G. Beresford 1. R: Warren 2, Barry. Patchett 3. General Diving: G. Beresford 1, M. Betts 2, R: Warren 3......... Juvenile Division: R. Warren 1,: J. Crelley 2. GRANVILLE LADIES' CLUB Senior 110 yds. Handicap: Elaine Parting...

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

From Experience Coes Faith y-. Mellowed ' xperience v, ' ? ? . ,Utter Faith ... Complete and , Satisfying Service y. THE OUTDOORS SSPORTS STORE Windsor Road, , Northmead Phone UW 8055 Se tc Auo T-uiton Inc. Blake Motor Driving Tuition (Est. 1 5 Years.) CITY, BONDI CHATSWOOD, BURWOOD, HURSTVILLE & PARRAMATTA. LEARN TO DRIVE with Confidence, Poise and Adaptability. All Booking and Enquiries: Head Office - FY 4714, FY 4011. YOUR IWEEK' S WASH PICKED UP AND DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR i I N 24 HOURS AND THE COST IS " -'4--"':. For Eaich;=BIG 91b. (Dry Weight) BAGFUL ; We use BENDIX Washing Machines. Your Laundry will be Double Washed (i.e., washed twice) in a machine by itself under hygienic conditions. AN ANTISEPTIC IS ADDED TO EVERY WASH. EPPING LAUNDRETTE Phone W M1 3 8 8 '~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~~:: :: '-.i". ::"?" I", IMMEDIATE JOBS , FOR..WOMEN up to 40 years of age AFTERNOON SHIFT WORK Hours: 3.35 p.m. to 10 p.m. i Saturdayr Work Optional. For full informatiorzng?r? call. and see-Mr.u Bur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

AT N:ETEN PIANO 1H0 U$E S your estinghouse ' . from only a ý low deposit ,*.:.ý.,:::;.T:"::: '::::.WESTI NGHOUSE De'Luxe A really de l uxe re frigerator with special drawer type meat keeper, and twin, slid and vegetables - has Si::i:j.:L large storage capacity {..,::J •i :and features the special "True Temp" {..-:..{ .cold control. Available on easy weekly terms •\ frorfi only a low de positf. " ' Cash Price. £154 /7/6 or from only l8'- wkly. . :i*:: .. .. : . - .I ._mm m__m_ __:___________ _ __ __a_ -- .. .. .. .... . ....................... . ,,r,- ," " ' Westinghouse' WASHER. I No more rubbing, no more scrub- U " bing, no more. hand-wringing, when you have a "Westinghouse Electric" Washing Machine. The Westinghouse holds 7 to 8 lbs. of dry clothes and the wringer swings around to any position required. Cash Priced at .... £76/2/ SWeekly from ... ' ... The 'TECNICO' Lawnmower " "Mowing becomes a pleasure when you use a " Tecnico" Lawnmower. It features fast driving blades that per...

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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

,d :A1 , F oU,,m Paddo , ., P.. (By Harry Quigley.) Pc'rhaps in the hope that it would change their: luck, Rose hill trainers, Maurie Anderson and Jack Ryan treated them selves to a trip .to Melbourne" ifor the Cup. The chaps who clock the Rose hill gallops couldn't afford to go over; but of course, they have the wireless and newspapers. After a brief let-up in B'is bane, Bill Degnan returned last week with a caravan loaded above the Plimsoll mark with fish, prawns, aand other deli cacies.. To ensure that they w?ould, remain fresh, Bill had a ;mall refrigerator in the outfit. Those fortunate enough -to share in the good things, say the orawns were six inches long. Course. ranger George .Evans, who knows his Wiay around, was in at the kill. Soon after landing back from the North, Legfiap was. on his way to Gosford to win a race with:-My Road.' According to some of our_ locals, My Road is better than Tea Towel who was .sold recently to Alan, Cooper. Certainly he is bigger and more pow...

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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

The dea tji oc?u.red recentl o f Mrs:i. ar 'et ri ° athews, MIiddntfo id AeViued c.tildford. .She ; wa predeceasedl ,by h husbaind Richard ;atid is sur.V ed` by three sons md :o: datgh ter. Interment .toolk B lace in S Matthew's Church i of: .En!an Cemetery, :Windsor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

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PLAY CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

PLAY CENTRE A-children's play centre, spor. sored by Parramatta City, .Hol royd and Blacktown Councils, will be held in The King's School grounds during the coming sum mer vacation. Parramatta Town Clerk (Mr. A. T. Kay) told Holroyd Council, last week, that school authorities had agreed to make available ~isual amenities provided at the centre. Children will be able. to use the school, baths; :gyrniriasruhand playing fields when, the' centre is opened on January 2, 1951.`

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