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High School Cricket [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

High School Cricket Homebush 4th grade, 120, defeated Parramatta, 23 and 25 outright. For Parramatta the follow ing performed-well: Alan Cash 3 for 25 off 12 overs, and top score of 7"n.o. in the first in nings, made in 65 minutes. Others were G. Myers and W. Hathaway. Fenton batted well and Lewis held three good catches.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Move To End Park Trust Defeated [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

:~sv~:~ EadP~k':Trus~ Defeased - A nove by ild. W. R. Musto to have control of Parramatta National Park vested in council was last week defeated at Parramatta Council meeting. The move was made by Aid. Mlusto when speaking to a notice of motion moved by. himself -seeking the dissolution of the Park Trust and in its place. the setting-up of a citi zens' committee to be appoint ed by council to control Park administration. In moving the motion, Aid. M~iisto said he had no personal. grudges against individuals of the Trust but believed its mem bers were allowing the Park to deteriorate through lack of initiative. He said. deterioration of the Park was a reflection on the civic pride not only of Trust members but on. the ratepayers of Parramatta. The Trust's inability to admin ister the Park. satisfactorily -was demonstrated by its continued appeals for outside financial help. Deterioration of the Park was a serious matter cwhen it was realised the area was in the heart of a growing rci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

Miss McLACHLAN? Dispe~sii Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES 0 ARGYLE #STREET, SPARRAMATTA Opp. Station Telephone: UW 9270 AT ASS' PHARMA~gCY "FOR "FOR B*ETTE BETT'ER iCAMERAS" CAMERAS" Kodak Brownie Box Camertas, From 21/ - Folding. Cdameras, - From £C5/14/ •Amplicolor 35 mm. Strip 'and Slide Projector, £31/10/ SDuca 35 mm. ' jCamera popu narly known as the "Bob Dyer Camera,. ] -• £4/12/_6., 'i Purmina -Special, GASS' PHARMACY "FOR BETTER CAMERAS" FOR 48-HOUR DEVELOPING &' PRINTING SERVICE. 49 George St. " Opp. Gas. Co. Phone UW 8258. , Parramatta 4~mncrran F Hea- The TONE See The UALITY! AT I New ande Reconditioned '* PIANOS~ e PLAYERS e GRANDS e ORGANS from £40'O'0 or 6'6 weekly 73 MACQUARIE ST., PARRAMATTA (Neon' AstraoThetre) UW 6480 Hav.i Your Tennis Racket Restrung - . at 18 DARCY STREET, P'MATTA. UW9312 Latest Model Rackets and All. Accessories Stocked.

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Roundabout "Paddock To Punter" Harry Quigley [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

' oU J~dagO~ By Guest Columnist "Paddock To Punter" Harry Quigley THIS was told by a local cleric: She was only a tiny tot of five, but she kpnew her prayers and her radio. On her knees one night she asked for a sleeping doll and some other toy. Then after re citing her 'regular prayers she concluded thus:- "And now, Dear Lord, to end this prayer here again are the main points . . ." + + + TRAVELLERS on the Parra matfa-Penrith .line have been attracted by several young ladies, who join the train each morning at. St. Marys. They have everything that Miss Aus tralia has, beauty, grace and intelligence, -tit are inclined to shyness. - Some are attached to the "Argus" staff; but that by the way. Their Parramatta dentist; with a nice touch of old world gal lantry, calls theri "The .Belles of St. Marys." 4.- + ... ABOUT this paspalum. Do you know that at one time it was nurtured just as warmly as it is cursed today? When it was first imported to the North Coast people came from miles arou...

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R.S.L. CLUB ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

R.S.L. ,CLUB ANNUAL MEETING . The finances of the City of Parramatta Returned Ex Servicemen's Club were "'fair ly pikosperous," secretary- Mr. *S. Gander told members at the annual meeting on Wed nesday. --Mr. Gander said membership had irncreased to 590 during 1949.. During the year considerable alterations and additions were carried out, additional furniture, a large electric fan and a Kosi stove were purchased, and a re frigeration plant installed. Saturday night dances once a month were commenced,- and the committee decided to continue them until further notice. The balance' sheet- showed assets totalling £10,789, while in come fromi -entrance, fees and trading revenue was more than £5,400. The following committee mrem bers were elected for 1950: Messrs. C. J. H. Byrines, C. W. Byrne, J. P. Do Vilnets, S. C. Flitcroft, K. Forsythe, J. Findlay, .H. C. Gapes, G. V. Lynch. A. McNabb, W. H. Picker ing, H. M. Sutton and H. W. Shephard.

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PARTY FOR JEAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

PARTY FORP JEAN Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paterson, of William St,, Granville, was guest of honour recently at a party to celebrate her coming-of-age. Guest of honour chose for the occasion a frock of pale blue taffeta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

2% e ars of · Reliable ra ding ~" LOUNGE SUITES MADE TO YOUR ORDER MOQUTTEIn lai r 1 an~d VELETFlloral: TAPESTRY Coverings.. N RECOVERINGL AND REPAIRS. All Work 'Guaranteecb I S ~OM;ES Manuftcturing, Upholsterer 5 TAYLOR STREET, PARRAviWATTA. 'Phone: UW 9215: ;C'uberlandoCafe 205 Church Street; Parrciniatta (next M·lurray Bros.) Easter EgSQ from 6d tW f76ea. English Toffee, Blue Bird, inr fancy tins, ranging fromr 3/9 to 15/9 · Best brand of.Chocolates in Boxes and Block. English Cigarettes in good supply. Ice Cratm' Sundaes. Meals from 9 a.m. till 7.30 p.m., MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS / Learn to.Drivel Obtain. expert' tuitions under experienced, -professional *teachers:. Skibcess assured, car provided and lessons arrangedl to ssiit'yourself, from i7am:i to 8' p;m., including Saturdays and Sundays. Regardles'sof age'br sex, we' c8tin teac'`you :to becoime a competent driver 'in quick, 'easy lessonts at* 'reasonable charges. Leari OiW from the Oldest School in the N Distrkit (at the Gdrnvi...

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GUARDING A.I.S. STANDARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

GUJARDING A.I.S. STANDARDS As the result of a resolution at the annual general meeting of the Mid-Rivers N.S.W. Branch of the Australian Illawarra Short horn Society at Kempsey, A.I.S. cattle at future Royal Shows may have to be approved by the Society as suitable for show. ing before being either paraded or sold at Royal Shows. Federal Council of the Society is to be asked that State branches approach the respective Royal Agricultural Societies to have this made a condition of entry at Royal Shows. The meeting, which was a suc cessful one in view of the im minence of the Royal Easter . Show *ancld general conditions prevailing at the time, took of ficial note of the R.A.S. regula tions concerning the certification of show cattle as free f;rom T.B. and C. Ab. diseases. Mr. H. H. Young was in the chair and Messrs. W. H. Darragh, manager of Grafton Experiment Farm, and Mr. G. McGillivray, Chief of the Department of Agriculture Dairy Branch were added to the com mittee of 35 as honorar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

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CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

CORRECTION Accompanist at the recent Home Service Club Mannequin Parade was Mrs. Maker, and not Mrs. Baker, as stated in last week's issue.

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New Minister Inducted [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

New Minister Inductedi Rev. Keith Matta, of Suther land, was inducted last Thurs day night, as Minister of the Parramatta Congrega ti o na 1 Church. There was a good attendance at the Induction Service. The Inductiori Address was de livered by the Moderator of the Congregational Church, Rev. A. P. Campbel?, B.A. The Chairman of the Congre gational Union, Rev. B. T. But cher, A.T.S., conducted the ser vice, assisted by the Revs. R. C. Turner arid W. G. Sands. Rev. Matta has hal a most subc.sful ministry in Sutherland ove: the past nine years. I's well as being outstanding in. Church work,: . he. plays a prominent pa't in the N.S.W. Congregational Union affairs. HKe is a member of the Execu~i tive of the Congregational Union of N.S.W., a merimber of the Horime Mission Board:and a mem ber of the Executive of the Young People's Department. A public welcome was given to Rev. and Mrs. K. Matta in the Sunday School Hall, follow ing the induction. Rev. Matta commenced, his ministry last Sun...

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CLAIMS RYDALMERE WARD NEGLECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

CLAIMS- RYDALMERE WARD NEGLECTED Work in Ermingtotn-Rydalmere ward was being neglected and mnachinery paid for by Rydal mere ratepayers was being di v.rted to jobs in other wards. This charge was made by Ald. G. F. Kendall at Parramatta Council meeting when asking why a promise to transfer a council employee to grass cut ting. in Rydalmere .had not been fulfilled. He said work recommendations made by the Ermington-Rydal mere committee and adopted by full council were being consist ently ignored. Ald. Kendall said that for Rydalmere the amalgamation had pro v e d "uneconomical and clumsy." Since the amalgamation Rydal mere had been deprived of the benefit of its modern equipment which was being farmed out to other wards. Ald. Kendall said: "Before the amalgamation Rydalmere had .on strength a grader, a roller and a tar broom and spray. "Since the amalgamation the roller has been seen in Rydal mere once. "The tar broom and spray which is badly needed hasn't even been sighted. "If I wa...

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DANCE AIDS XMAS TREE FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

DANCE AIDS XMAS TREE FUND More than 200 dancers at ed a cabaret dance hela Lodge Merrylands on Satu The darce was organised the president (Mr. J; Irwen), the secretary (Mr. C. Betts) raise funds . for the Chris tree. The spot dance was wvon Mrs. L. Long, of Guildford Mr. J. Cook was M.C.; m was provided 'by Roy lj orchestra. Adversity is sometimes h upon a man: but for one who can stand prosperity th are a hundred that will st adversity.-Carlyle.

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Council Will Aid Bowling Club [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

Council Will Aid Bowling Club Parramatta Council has decided to lend financial help to the Granville Bowling Club in the laying down of a second bowling green. .When seeking assistance from council' the club stated that it had a membership of 150#9 and a waiting list of 30. Increasing membership made the need for a new green ur gent. The club said three quotes had been obtained for the laying of the green with the- lowest* at £2200. Society is built upon trust, and trust upon confidence in one another's integrity.-South.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

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REFUND REFUSED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

REFUND ' REFUSED arraimatta Co.uncl. Bhas, ref?sed .to ref~uid ~45/5/- ipai~d ithr iie of Granvile~Baths: by.?Parramatta Central ,School. The. sclool :stated that, the: baths were ,hired *for a swim carni val which was caacelled owing to "unforseen circumstances." The- Baths Manager, Mr. E. Sims, told council the baths -had been hired for Monday, March 6. ,On the morning f i the i.Maday he was told ithe -school had ,de-1 cided to abandon :.the carnival. i ,Mr. Sims said ;Monday, 'March 6, had been a fine day. He added: "I understand . the carnival was abandoned because of an argument between the headmistress and the sports mistress. "An. ordinary day's revenue :at the baths ·in the ;first .week af: March would be about £5. "When the pool is hired ;by a school-for a swim carnival it is closed to the public. "A refund: in this case would mean the total loss of a day's revenue e without reasonable gause."

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Impersonated Council Officer [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

Imprstonateld Council Officer Parramatta City council will take action against a man who last week imper sonated the impounding of ficer. The Chief Health Inspec tor, Mr. J. R. Scott, told council the impounding of ficer; Mr. O'Sullivan, had received a call from a resi denit in George Street, Par ramatta, to remove a cow and calf from hiis premnises, When Mr. O'Sullivan call ed' he was told that two men, one claiming to: be the impounding officer, ha d taken' the: animals away. The Deputy Health In spector, Mr. PinfoldS said the name of one of the men was known.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

to • eau r Real hair cutting, not just a cautious snip here and there, for though many a woriman can curlher own hair, rare is she who will attack her own hair with a pair of scissors. So why not call on Sidney J. Bassett, of the DORIEN BEAUTY SALON who, •being an expert, will be pleased to advise and assist you. CALL OR RING FOR AN APPOINTMENT. ASTRA BUILDING 69 Macquarie St., Parromatta. Phone UW 9722 PAUUNEN BELL 52 GEORGE STREET PARRAMATTA Phone: UW 8415 VENETIAN AND HOLLAND BLIND SPECIALIST Also FURNISHINGS & CURTAINS MADE TO ORDER Phone: UW 8415 miles per gall WORLD'S E BOMYe CAR! * Over 60 mn.p.h. 50 m.p.h. cruising. '4 *New allsteel, imported body of . e'xceptiona beauty. ..With the outstsnding petrol: consumption of 56 mniles, per gallon, the* new series FIAT. *New heating system and "500C"" mainitains the remarkabkl running windscreen defroster. '.economiy that has' made the Series 500 Fiats' *independent front sus- world' famous. With its new "big-car" body pensio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

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