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

Dispensing Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE STREET, PA R RAMA TTA Opp. 'Station. ,Telephone: 1UW 9270 FRE 0 6 r r" orcr PI .:U·J •" . ;, ..,,, ,- • . , . , Uy,. SCh~chi'St'. ,,Prramta.. ,ATr .PRE-TAX ?F PRICES . S. All Fully Guarantee .. S TOP PRESS-: ,IAR- MAl T.. Ladies' Swiss Watches, 347 Church St., PARRAMATTA. r . R£6/12/ BOY WANTED 15-1G Years For Troining in our Good Wages - Excellent Opportunity CUMBERLAND NEWSPAPERS - LTD. Macquarie Street, Parramatta. / - When you choose your piano from Western Piano ,House you can m-pke ait o 'memorable occasion for your entire family. By, doing so. you wilt provide years of pleasure. in home' entertainment, and will give your children the. greatest opportunity to develop their musical talent. Every Piano at 'Western Piano House' is superbly styled and possesses a rich abundant tone. . Priced from only £40, or available for a- low .deposit. and easy weekly terms. o RUDIBACH * VICTOR .e CONCORD. * WAGNER 0 GULBRANSEN . o. BELLING o ERCHART o ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parramatta Man Who Made "Headlines" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

Parramatta Man Who Made "Headlines". A former pupil of Parramatta Public School; Ernest A. Arun del who was a resident of Kiama for 38 years, has died. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. His brother and sister,, Edith and Syd. Arundel, live in.Wind soi'r Road,. Northmead. : .-,Ard'ndel. was. well-k;nown for his appeal to Admiral Halsey," of H.M.S. Renown, wh'ich caus ed the Duke of :Windsor, then Prince of Wales, to order the ship to be hove-to off Kiama to give a special display .to local residents durir.~ the Royal visit to Australia more than 20 years ago.

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VARIETY BOMBSHELL RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

VARIETY, BOMBSHELL RETURNS Bond's popular Entertainiiient Unit will bring its "Variety Bombshell" to Parramatta again this week, this time to aid the Ladies' Committee for Granville Old'.Age' and Invalid Pensioners' Xmas Cheer Fund. The show will be staged at Parramatta City Hall this Thurs day, November 9, commencing at 7.45 p.m. Admission is 2/- adults,, 1/- children. Frank Ellis- will compere a bright aind breezy show, which features established ' favorites George Hickey, the Drumgold Sisters, Peg 'and Belle, Bill Hampson, Jessica ' Pacey, Ern Patmore, Ron Sheather, and other accomplished entertainers. Cy Smithei's-`'Australia's Sin atra" - will make his farewell appearance with Bond's Unit as guest star of this show.

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SUNSHINE BLESSED BRIDE'S BRIGHTEST HOUR OVER 200 SAW DEPUTY TOWN CLERK'S DAUGHTER WED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

BRIDE'S BRIGHTEST`$ - HOUR't OVER 200 SAW DEPUTY TOWN' CLERK'S DAUGHTER WED Guests at the wedding of Marion Brown and Wallace Webb, at the Leigh Memorial Church,. Par ramatta, on Saturday, October 28, remembered.. the traditional symbol of promised happiness when late afternoon sun, .striking through a. window. of the church, threw a shaft of brilliant light upon the bride and 'groom as the Rev. A. E. Putland pronounced them man Wind wife. ' ' The lovely bride is the only daughter o'f the Deputy Town Clerk of Parramatta, Mr. L. N. Brown, and Mrs. Brown,:; ,of . "Braidwood," Great Western' Road, Parramatta. ~rhe bride-? groom is. the son of lyMr. and . Mrs. V. J. Webb, of Birwood., Marion's' bridal - gown. "was fashioned on classical lines :frorif off-white angel skin lamei wvrn' with -a three-tiered. cut tulle veil. She carried .a. bouquet: of lily of:-the valley and gardenias: Bridesmaids ,,Judith -Tabler c-arid Elaine Murray: were; :in: ,aqua g'reen slipper.. satin- and pink rcsgr...

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

SWE HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF * MEN'S. . -e WOMEN'S. SUITABLE XMAS GIFTS AT PRICES. TO. SUIT ALL. CALL AND INSPECT OUR :WIDE RANGE. HYLAND'S SSOE STRE 296 Church St. Parramatta UW 9158 ---~-~ C~-. I_ __,,.• .pZ--- PL PTY. LTD. 76 Macquarie Street PARRAMATTA.. - 'I : ,: : Suppliers of . .. "NEWPRO" Stock Foods aind Equipment NEWPRO" Laying Mashi,: Growing Mash Dairy Food and Pig :Meal VETEMULI SHARK OIL EMULSION, STRAW, BIRD SEEDS, CANARY FEEDERS, GARDEN SEEDS. When you require anything in the way of Seedsi Feed or Fertiliser, phone UW 801. O L . T A. THOMPS----ON~ SONS P. L UIT.R N R USUALLY 7d. TIN. • A. .,OMPSON ý S NS Pv. LTD. CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA (near Great Western Road) GEORGE STREET, PARRAMATTA (2 doors from Tattersall's. Hotel), and Harris Park, Wentwortnviile; Merrylands. ~~~~~~~~s~~~~~~ .s~~ ~~~BB1piisCB $9~ll ~~a~ a ss`ir'aai s~ COMING COMING COMING' PARRAMATTA- Two Nights Only FRIDAY.& SATURDAY 10th & 11th NOV. LOCATION: (Opp Park .... Gates). GA1EST ...

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RED CROSS ALMANACS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

RED CROSS ALMANACS ThIe Australian" Red ' Cross S-. ciety .has :available .an attrac tive. assortment of, wall.calendars for 1951., Each calendar is well printed, and features- a decorative color photograph. The range offers a choice of floral, pastoral, anirmal and bird subjects. Price, 1/3 each. Orders are now beinig taken by your .local branch. represe.ta tive., Ring the hon. secretary of 'Parramatta branch, Mrs. H. J. Granger (UW8688.

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Swimming Results [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

.Swimming Results The following "are , the results of races held by- the Granville-Clyde Swimming Club during the week-end: Undei 12, 16 yds. Freestyle: W. Richardson 1, J. Crelley 2, R. Taylr 3._ Time 14 sec. 33yds. Freestyle: B. Johnstone .1. B. Thomas 2, J. Crelley 3. Time 24 sec. Under 14 years. 33yds. Freestyle: L. Blady 1, L. Cobbin .2,'R. Warren 3. Time, 23.3 sec. 55 yds. Free style: R. Warrqn 1, L. Brady 2, C. O'Brain 3. Junior, ll0yds; Freestyle: Bin. Pitchett 1, L. Brady 2, K. Gilmore .3.. Senioir .55yds. Freestyle: G. Beres ford 1. M. Stacky 2, R. Burke 3. Junior 22yds.-Freestyle: G. Beres ford 1, K. Gilmore 2, Brn. Patchett 3. , Senior, 22yds. Freestyle: G. Beres ford 1, M. Stacky 2, R. Warren 3. Juvenile Diving: J.. Crelley. Senior General Diving: K. Bakes 1, M. Betts 2, G. Ber esford 3. GRANVILLE LADIES' CLUB Senior, 55 yds. Backstroke: Sylvi. Patchett 1, Betty Johnstone 2. Il~na Logan 3. . Junior, 33yds. Freestyle: Barbara Baxter 1, Daphne Trotttman 2. Junior, 55yds. ...

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Cricket Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

eCricket Fixtures The following are the fixtures and umpires for the 'lnext round of junior cricket:-- - A GRADE Westmen d v. Wenty, Bell and Cop land; Holroyd v. Granville Baptist, Adams and Seager; Rangers v. Wentworth, :Carlyon and Murphy; St. George v. Merrylands United, Histon and Hall. A RESERVE ,Goodyear v. Shamrocks, McAdam and Naylor; B. Hills .v. M.B.O.B.; Wallaroos v. Kelburn, Baldock and Spooner; P.H. End: v. H. Auto,. Topfer. BL DIV. 1 St. V.O.B. v. Bungarribee;. Wan derers v. Marsden Park, Harvey and Sausom; Seven Hills v. -Borids, Boyce. DIV. 2 Merrylands Socia.l v. Rydalmere, Morgan; Gran. Central v. Carling ford, Leaght and Nicholson; C.Y.M. v. Merrylands • C.Y.S., Norris and Pollock; Lake Parramatta, bye. SB2, DIV. 1 Riverside v. Rangers; H. Auto v. Westmead. Martin and Prince; Hol royd v. P.R.S.L., Cave; Kelburn v.. Wenty Jrs., Clarzence. DIV. 2 P.R.U. v. Kewpies; Head and Robertson; P.N. Meths v. Kellyville, E. Bennett and Gregory; North-mead v. St. George; Brunt...

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Holroyd Building [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

S l ionie b buildidng iiHolog Municipality. continufes.?:to mtiin.. `; t ledn.mo,.guressubOutted .d ?a` 'anti; gtr age -Jordaon St',.H, , `0?H Stiede :;St £85,'-I'-'.lafis: F/T ,,ttgg, ;,T(!ci0d'ý 0o? W. Mut ? : c-?.:, .ottt g . ': ,Tungtar a St., I O .L. . 6h1 B/T'. cottage, S er-R , ; ?,'464.A.,. Blackmoore,' /...e ttagt:. Chetwyld Rd , £1o "700; . .Bird ..F/T: cottage;: .Banger Rd; ''12000; Parr .& HOkin, -r ?-.I cottag Cecil; S.t-, £1,750;" W?: Sims' F/T cot tage,:.. Springdale " £.1;700 A Byrne F/T cottage' and garage Old Prospect Rd' £1?;?1 .Murray. F, WB/T cottage; and' ga'i??, Burnett St,. £1500 N Zucchetti F/T cot tage, Desmond St., 1;800;I Knight; ,B/? "cottage, Chetwynd- Rd:, £2 200;' i.. " Spiteri --poultry .sheds, :Cumber land. Rd:, £ 00; J.. Formosa garage; "Cumberland lRd.. £80; H: Pleming, garage; Hawkesview St.,' £100; -Mr Grieve, F/T. " cottage West .St., £1,755; E. Swain. F/Ticottage, Loc?k wood -St., £1,700; A. Lewis, F/T .cot -tage, 'Fwler. Rd.. £1,800; ...

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NEW STARS TO TWINKLE IN NEXT P.M.S. SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

,NEW STARS .:TO' TWINKLE, IN NEXT. P.M.~. JSHO Members of Parramatta Mtisi . call: Society. aire enthusiastic .abqit theii~ ne,' show, 'A Little Duthh Girl," aind most cf the principals of earlier production§ ''are "throwiig their weight" - behind the chorus to give newer players in the leading roles :the fine support they themselves re ceived in the past. This naturally pleases producer Charles Christie, and . musical director Harry Lamerton-two hard-working gentlemer. who have dorie a lot to .make a lot of people happy with first-rate entertainment-and augurs well for the success of.the show when presented to Parramatta audi ences in December. Upholding the Society's policy of encouraging all members to exploit theiri talents, fully, cast Ing of "A Little Dutch Girl' bringg forward two new leading players in Jess Stewart (as.Prin cess Julie) and Jack Ellich Prince Paul). Shirley Neuhaus can be counted a veteran after her out= standing performance as th:e "pub keeper" in "Rose Mari...

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HAD LIFE OF ADVENTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

ADVENTURE. ,ormer .hief engiieei of S:S; . lambi,"' ?Thodira7~ : Rich )aiidson, whose fathek was for .iany years .er.f ,.r atthe "hoollen -Mills, P r"atta ;?,ps died a Mosmniý aný Richardson d uri???i aii time service, as pir~sented w?ith a medal for :Yravr;Z· wihen. hey and" other volultei eds; ririanahe a flif.boat and: saved the- c ,ew idf a shiip which had .foinde!:ed diuring a: gale: off .the ?N:&,W.;coast. . D.itrig :the: 'first;W ld Wa w'ith.: other, suivioi' s l he v:q ed 110 'iTiles:. to sor6e, when -hisi ship was torpedoed, and was later.rescued by an armored car. divisior. in -Egypt after being. captured by Arabs.

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MANY MOURNED ACCIDENT VICTIM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

::MANY; MOU-RNED . ACCIDENT VICTIM.. S1i.any re dti es, ;:h~f friends: ..ourned the death d f : Margaret' .Hggins (18), killed When she was, thrown from a :horse while, holidayiig i 1at Wallacia, hen:, the: funeral :service was. held :"at St. John's Church, Maroubra, re ceiltly.: - Margaret was the daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. John Higgins, of Secor.d Avenue, Maroubra, and niece of Mrs.' B. Moon, of 292 Church Street,' Granville.

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WANTS 'PHONE MOVED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

WANTS .'PHONE MOVED Holroyd Council has -again urg ed the P.M.G. Department to transfer a public telephone at Merrylands :railway sta'tion: to the corner of Mei-rylands Road and Pitt Street' Merrylar.,ds. Council, some time- ago, asked the Departnment tdo imove the telephone, without success.

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

THIS AFTERNOON, Mrs. B. oorhead ill pen .her attractive home at Farnell Ave.nue, Carlingfrord foi an Americari ;Tea '-(. bring: a gift an bu a gift") to help raise funds f.or -Parramatta-Rosehill Auxiliary f. the N.S. :i Societyr for Crippled Childrehn. Many attractive goods wiill b. displayed and : sold during the afternoon, and afternoon tea will be served;. Carliigford or Pennant Hills buses will take y6u there. The function is preliminary to . the Auxiliary's all-out drive during Crippled Childiren's Week, starting next Itllc- Monday (see.P. 5, oppotsite).' MRS. MARGARET. WATTS, well known worker for mahy charitable orgar.?sations, will be guzast of Parramatta Inner Wheel Club at the A.G.L. Auditorium, George Street, nextFriday after noon (November 10). Mrs. Watts will speak on the Wybal ena Hostel Appeal.. The club recently held its first street stall which was success ful in raising about £28. A 50-50 DANCE will be held at the Caraleon, George Street, on Wednesday, Novemoer 15...

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

'' f " r N rN r . r WITH QUALITY at EDIC 'M"'_ -- L MlL Features, Tone, Performance -sa' and Appearance usually PA M ATT " found only in expensive Smodels. STILL SDue to Eric Anderson's foresight in 'buying huge it's unbeatable value - this stocks' before the rise in Sales Tax, thdusands of high quality 5-valve World sets.of all makes are available now at the old, low the famous English Garrard i prices. . Auto-Stop Motor. . . micro ferro-tuned coils for super sen PRICES WILL NOT BE INCREASED at Eric Ander- -, siti'ity and international recep son's" until all present stocks of all EAING" = tioi . full-size 1in. Con LEADING- cerf'Speaker T .. two spacious i ,. MAKES :are sold :out. record 'Compartments-a qual ity instrument throughout,' yet BUT HURRY . . amazingly low in price. 'WHILE STOCKS LAST! . ' . Covered by -the renowned ERIC ANDERSON. guarantee and after-sales service. . .. STROMBERG-CARLSON KRIESLER HM..' " estro" Portable Sleek aluminium and His Maser's , ice ""plastic cabi...

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

Crepe Rubbor Sole. .Casuals. In Brwn Calf and featuring .fawn. plaitrings also in Rust Suede with brown leather plait ings. - Full and -- sizes, • " 2 to 7. L"`On .. 50/6 - White Buck Casuals :with'n calf cap and counter. In genuine welts with S low leather heels. Also in Black Suede - and Calf. -Full and .- sizes, 2 to 7. Price ; 43/9 So208 Church St., PARRAMATTA (4 doors. from SMacquaorie St.) SPhone: UW 8196. HE 13. am T COA A.. _ T HE B- S VALUEaa~ • Made fr?m Super Quality Lightweight- Woollen .,. .Material, by the famous "La-Fayne" Designers-. axd - .ail.rs; at .this Extraordinry Low-Price.' -'i ~~ ~ • :.'i. 1r7.. X1 " W - ýýi ýý " F. . :::: : F": "f .:f 'Nevy·' BAk1c J .ei .lS A . T a r Go Mart ins Las :the ' cosiest Lay-by System 3/- in£ :7! ~ ~ ,::: " ":? " ;? •"iq.-'? /':: . .Deposit ... ý, ° Yea:W,,,• i.. '.:- .: " ," A vr.'a ..257, CHURCH .,STREET, ,. ... . . , ?M,.T... All- MailV derse -Promptly Delivered. Sorry, no' C. D.: : ;s; cu~ i, A i, I ' ? 'F"" "' ' "' i·:l i?" ...

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RANGERS' SPORTS CLUB THIRD ANNUAL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

The following is the third annual report of the Rangers' Recreation and Sports Club:- During the ,past year total number of members was 222, this included honorary members mostly from Burnside Homes. Fortnightly cricket meetings, weekly soccer meetings ar d an nual and committee meetings were held. Monthly management committee meetings were held 'when a quorum was in attend arne. Five cricket teams, also an .Un der. 16 team, were conducted and although no competitions were won, teams for the most part held their own, .the B2 team performing best, being r tnners up in its division. Eight teams, were entered in the soccer competitions, two teams coming from Burnside. All teams fir..shed well up on the competition tables, with the exception 'f two teams; only: premiership winning side, how ever, was- the Under 12; alto gether the season proved more than satisfactory. New uniforms were obtained. Indoor recreation had any amount of variety for those members taking advantage of the facili...

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

FURNISH WITH PR DE and CONfFIDENCE PT. 4Pre. uBLO DE Splendidly Matcheda E ~simM SUITE D ond Veneers 'Fine -Craftsmanship n SILVER ASH.. ? . • . ? :[i~ii.:i?S i? . "?'!...'. ,< .. II • A handsome Silver Ash Diamond Veneer 4 Piece Suite with larg-' wardrobe, bow-ce'ntre WEEKLY doo7 3 doors opening, l.arge hanging space ,FOR for full Lanm th and ¼ lengths, 3 dustpiroof drawers and boot recess . . . Dressing Table •ONLY has circular mirror and 8 dustproof drawers Deosit . . . 4£t in. inBedstead is included. £1'%4'R , '8 ' - 7? ?I - w 2 2' - 6. 6" -' Free Aelit oee .oYome 4. / - . ,. Si±own above is the Sylish Suite with . .Corn.ce Tops and Cabriol legs.. M g fcn The wardrobe is fully ftted 'with 17eneersdustproof drawers, hat and boot re cesses . Lowboy also fitted with Heiringone& &#8drawers, and has the additional long Trouser drawer at botto". . Drcss -ingTTabl has Chea irrois " u adusale-4 6n..~adt .c"h. Features.. CHEVAL MIRRORS .LONG TROUSERS'. .f .. DR...

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

. - We introduce a new hairstyle winner - and with it, NEW ECONOMY for you. Shorteni the hair and curl the eends ._that's our plan. to turn admiring S eyes yo ur way. Ask fofr .any numnber of .curls =- you pay only 6d for e. icufl you ?want: That's reat economy! Pirof siional-Pernis nolonger need be a budget break er - ask foir the; "Curly-End Perm" at the.F'rances, a.d pay only 6d a curl. 24 MACQUARIE ST., PARRAMATTA (Near .School of Arts. Phone UW9123). NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY---NO. WAITING T-. N (T .... - W - ., )s ., : . .:fer. he. .flwi-g sets ' at these p. eno enaly. low prices: ",.:.B iY"SWINNERTON" - rBy "CLARICE CLIFF"" C - " 36..,-iee Utility 'with TblueI E KS " 36 pieces. Dainty "floTal .border and dainty pink TI. S W E milled edge footel cups :. ro.sels , ,.SP CI.: .. .. . .. .. - fsP C Al !' , - : S-uper1. . a'. 'TE SPOON. - - A.:' :Also .the famous..."Ferry . ." -. : - e t LAY BYS-EAR w.,.; A REPAR~"PEARL R'AHiEA.DI h* A, . A .. •~~ - .." .:,. :. . ,. • " ., 0 RADIOL...

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THANKS FROM LORD MAYOR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

,,THANKS_ FROM'. SLORI `; MArY ORy j ;. S o?dc Mayor of Sydney.,' Ald~e - manr E. C., O'Dea ihas t?hanked the .people :;of Holroyd :MVunici-~i .pality for doniations.to the N.S.W.:, Flood ,Victims' 'Relief Fund, which "closed .last month. . d ,i ernran O'Dea has also ex peessed aipreciation" to the Press .'foi -;tlir. ooperation , :in the i na?tter.

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