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

'-Cumberland Beaten Cumberland failed against. Mar rickvllle and were all out for 186. G., Woolmer (60) and promising colt Lockhart (43) starred for Cu:n berland. .MARRICKVILLE, first innings, 380. CUMBERLAND. first ,innings.-W. Ewens, c Giffen, b Hayson, 3; B, Ritchie. b Wilton, 15; A. Alderson, c and b Hill, 16; W. Cornock, c Walker, b Hill, 2; S. e'eale, c Giffen. b_ Wil ton, 6; N. Lockhart, b Hill, 43; J. Blain, lbw. b Wilton, 0; D. Kennedy, lbw, b Giffen, 12; J. Anderson, c and b Giffei. 0; G. Woolmer, not out, 60; D. Loudon, c Hasten, b Shep pard. 3; sundries, 26. Total, 186. Bowling: R. Hayson 1-15, G. Shep pard 1-28, d. Debnam/ 0-7. F. Wil ton 3-45, I. Hill 3-37, J. Giffen 2-28. CUMBERLAND, second innings. A. Alderson, c Giffen, -b Hayson, 8; S. \Teal. c - and b Sheppard, . 1; W. Ewens, -not out, 19; W. Cornock, not out, 5; sundries, 2. Two .for 35. Bowling: R. Hayson 1-3, R. Briggs 0-14, J: Walker 0-15, C: Sheppard 1-1. SECOND GRADE . Ciimberland won the second grade match ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

Specialiss in -" ? REAL ESTATE * FARM. PROPERTY SALES SBUSINESS and GENERAL AUCTIONEERING is 25 years' LOCAL'experience is your guide. LEARING OUT and FURNITURE SALES conducted anywhere at shortest notice. Se sure of prompt personal- service and expert Salesmanship. ONSULT- ' CHARLIE -ROWLING LICENSED GENERAL AUCTIONEER, STOCK.& STATION AGENT. REAL ESTATE & BUSINESS AGENT OFFICE: 325 CHURCH ST.., PARRAMATTA ?HONES: Office UvWv 6767-UW'6501; 'Private. OF 2225 ants, Houses, .Land, usinesses- and Farms or His Many- Clients Phone: 3575: - FA-4966 22 Victoria Street, Kings Cross HALF-PRICE STORE For Furniture, Tools, Etc. "Money Saved is Money Earried", . S ANI D.LISTEN : -I you hav Tools O1 f Trade, Guns,, Rifles, .Fishing' Rode,:: or anything of valuie . WE ARE CASH BUYERS. "TURNER'S" 82 CHURCH STREET, PARRAM ;ATTA. The Cheapest Store in Town. ALLEN MOTOR SYT HE IELF-PROPELLED' DUAL PURPOSE MACHINE OR ORCHARDS, POULTRY ARMS and IREBRiAKS, BRACKEN, ' LACKBERRY and oad-si...

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May's Hill Sewerage [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

' llay's ;hilt 'Sew#erage Sewerage extensions to May's; 1111 area 'are not iikely to. be~ coistruicted until, previoisi?y proposed works are. completed,; a.cccrding to the District Mein . ber of the Metropolitan Water Board (Aid. G. E. Maunder). May's Hill Progress Association recently asked, Holroyd Coun: cil: to urge the .Board t6 pro vide sewerage, facilities in .the area. It was suggested that a State Government isubsidy might be obtained to :?ssist the Board to' carry out the ;work. The Board has told Ald. Maun der that the area would require. two service schemes whichdould not -be commericed at present, owing to prior work claims in more s'ettled areas. 'However, the section north of the Western Highway would probably be included in future programmes, but the southern section was not likely to be' sewered for some considerable time. "The Board is a~rare of Hous ing Commission activities in the dist;-i;t but a Government sub sidy is applicable only to .outly ing areas, anid not...

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

de whEille you work with a ;MGS CRAWLER ,1385 . Complete. with Power Take-off and Belt Pulley. he Ransomes means LOW COST MECHANISATION for Market Gardens, Orchards, Vineyards Sand all Primary Producers. You can plough, harrow, cultivate or hoe, .and& perform an infinite, range of jobs with .the various MG5 attachments. Demonstrations arranged. - Consult your Local Dealer. Great Western Highway, Penrith Phone: B 221, B 222 SUN.0 .N'S . U PLAIN AND SELF-RAISING PTY. LTD. Home Entertainment Units in one sealed plastic Scabinet!, . . We invite you to call in .and :hear Ariiler's sensaional new I musicaR istrument-thie '3-in- 'I Sone.Is your dream radio *come t.e!' .' Available? or low deposit and : easy terms.E T 293 Church St., 58 Auburn Rod, IRAMATTA AUBURN ,D I. - , .82 f" ,V~~~~ , . ! € + , . . , " ".,. .' :" ' . . .. :' ,, " . , , . '~: +. .. • ? .. . .."-' :'. + WANTED- URGENTLY FURNISHED FLAT OR FURNISHED HALF. HOUSE For Young Married Couple.for a Period of Apnroximately...

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Pre-Wedding Party [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

Pre-BWe dding P.arty :was a beautiful standard lamp L.d :'apre-iwedcUiepa~Itr 'attthe reser:ntedby ilI1yembers of Granil rogr a the of dani anpr ents ville United Younger Set;., of w.hich Peggy is. hon.i seiretary. Pi.og.amme .of dancin.aind en tertair.nent.'was comper?ed by Bil1 Gr"eenawy, Yotitlfui cousin of the guest of honor, Margaret Zuker, of Kingsford, gave an exhibition of Scottish and Irish Dances. Others who contribut ed weie . Rick and Thel, hill billy couple from Australia's Amateur Hour, and Miss: Janet Croker, who :sang delightfully the 'groom-to-be's favorite song "Peg O' My Heart." The Rev. C. L. Oliver, of St. Mark's, Granville, iin a congratilatory address to Peggy, and- Bill, wished thern every happiness in their -mar ried life. The party was organised by Peggy's sister, Miss Val Zuker. bMusic was provided by Mrs. ITookey and. Mr. Johnson of Granville. ~:·Te paty ·as oganied .

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PRICKLY PEAR AT GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

PRICKLY PEARi. AT GUILDFORD Prickly Pear has been discov ered inr Tennyson. Street, Guild ford. This announcemert has been made. by the Prickly Pear Des truction Commission. .TI'h Commission told .Holroyd Council of the ' discovery, :last week, but did not indicate how the plant uniearthed. Cost of destroying 'the plant .is-. estimated at 15/-. Destruction will be carried out by experts from the Commissidn.

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Facts And Figures [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

Facts And Figures The distribution of 72,000 copies of the "Advertiser" and "Argus" each is quite a job. It takes 47 men and over 40 bakers'. carters to make the. thorough job of it they do. Every home, flat, shop and factory between Villawood, Ar cadia and Windsor and betiween Rooty Hill and Granville receive, their copies. That's why the "Advertiser" gets results. The circulation of Tuesday's' and Thursday's '"Advertiser". and Wednesday's "Argus" is abso lutely -guaranteed and the circu. lation of each Xis. more: thah 400 per cent. greater than any other local. paper circuilating in the area. The death 'qoccurred last week of Richard Williamson (75),. of Pennant Hills Road, Parramatta. He is survived by: his, Wife, Alice, .one. son and three datighters. Interment took place at Rook wood Independent Cemetery.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

IN MEMORIAM CONDON.-I-n loving :memory of our darinig mother and sister, Cather ineg, whom God called home Nov. 7, 1937. "Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord." Forever remembered by her loved ones. FILBY.-Treas~ied memories of our dear son' and brother, Ray, Who fell asleeli November 7, 1941. Sadly misse'd by mother, father, brothers and sisters. MORAN:-In loving memory of Ptc. Fred Moran, killed in action, New. Guinea, 5th Nov., 1942. We think of ,him in silence, With hearts that are sincere, And cherish all the memories Of days when he was here. Inserted by brother Jim; sister in-law Mollie and Patricia, .Ken and Briai.

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

TENDERS CONTRACT: FOR. CARTAGE-SEVEN I~ILLSi ' POULTRY ' EXPERIMENT :'FARM." " Tenders, in writing, closing with the; Manager, Government Poultry Farm, Seven Hills; at noon on 9th November.: 1950, are invited for the conveyance 6'f fodder, etc., from Seven Hills Railway Station- to to the Gbvernment Poultry Farm for the twelve 'imonths from 1st Janu ary, 1951. Full particulars are ob tainable on application from the Manager. WANTED TO RENT FLA.TETTE, self-contained, furn. or unfurn. Granville-P'matta; busi ness couple. Box 20. P.O., Parra matta. ELDERLY. Couple' require double fur nished, room, use of kitchen; pay from £2 if suitable. Write Ad vertiser, 26956. FURINISHED or unfurnished house or flat, up to two years, required by business executive. Rent about £5. .Within ten mile radius Parra matta. Banker's, business and personal refs. Write Advertiser, 26901. YOUNG married couple urgently re quire house or flat, furnished or unfurnished. Ring JW1417. LOST :. FOUND PARRAMATTA Pound...

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NEW ROAD FOR WESTMEAD? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

FOQR WESME ? SConsideration `of a ro osa1 to econsf ct aý roc w` eitK Hawkesbuiry i had .ind Einibme?; Street, Westiieadli ,i slbeendte'->: ferreds by J" odc C'oi?lci~i: Sinder the propos ;Councilis expected :to pay £1,800 as a share f the total cost of construction work. 5 wbrk: .vould- nirilude extensive drainiage,: 2fixing "of levels.' and kerbing. ard- guttering.:. The Depa~tlmii'nt clais that the. newi?road vi'ould tie-up with pro ppsals to widen the main West ern Highway. Kerb and guttering work, un der the scheme, would alone .cost £1,060, of: which Council' is ,.xpected to pay £795. This, would eventually have to be torn up when the final scheme is put ir.to operation. The .Departmer. contends that stage construction of the main `cheme is desirable, owing to -in tensity of traffic along the West ern Highway.

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

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade ST. GEORGE v. WENTWORTH [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

I' A Grade ST., GEORGE v. WENTWORTH \Von by Wentworth. ST. GEORGE, first innings, 97. W.,NTWORTTI, first innings, 159. ST. GEOR3E, second innings, 2-80 WE'NTWVORTHVILLE v. 'IOLROYD Won by Wenty outright by . 7 wickets. HOLItOYD. first innings, 94. WEN'TY, first innings, 142. HOLROYD, second innings, 144 (J. Ycung .55, M. Bennett 7-27). WENTY, second innings, 3-98 (1. Munro 30. H. Leabeater 29 not out). MERItYLANDS UNITED v. WESTMEAD Won by Westmead on first innings. WESTMEAD. first innings, 157. MERRYLANDS° UNITED, first in riings, 102 WESTMEAD. second innings, 66. MERRYLANDS UNITED, second innings, 79. A Re'rve PENDLE . HILL ENDEAVOURERS ..v. KEL$URN W. oon by Kelburn;. by an innings and 32 runs. P.H. ENDEAVOURERS,..I first. in nings, 94 (Goodwin 22. Jones, 20, Anderson, 3-21). -KELBURN, first . inningS 165 (Ma.yes 61, Sparshot 31 Jackson 3-24). P.H. ENDEAVOURERS, second in nings, 39 .Goodiv.n 19, Corhen 4-14, Anderson. 3-22). Bi, Division 1 BUNGARILIBEE v. .ST.- V.O.B. Won by St. ...

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

CH%,gl ?. R 0..W !?i ' g ., Specialises in * REAL .ESTATE * FARM PROPERTY SALES * BUSINESS and GENERAL= AUCTIONEERING His 25 years' LOCAL experience is your guide. CLEARING OUT and FURNITURE SALES conducted anywhere- at shortest notice. Be sure of prompt personal service -:and expert - Salesmanship. CONSULT- "HARLE ROWLING LICENSED : GENERAL AUCTIONEER, STOCK & STATION: AGENT REAL:. ESTATE & .BUSINESS AGENT' OFFICE -325 CHUIRC ST , PARRAMATTA .'PHONES: Office UW.6767-UW 6501; Private. UJF 2225." STANDARD TELEPHONES AND .CABLES SPTY LTD.: - MOOREBANK AVENUE,: LIVERPOOL Have- Permanent -Employment offering to lectrica Fitters for -a -wide variety of positions. Excellent opportunities for advancement. 5-day week .:. Liberal Salary ... Non-Contributar-.y Sickness and Accident Benefit Plan. Good Condi tions. * Apply Employment Officei-, Standard .Telephones and Cables Pty. Ltd. MOOREBANK AVENUE, LIVERPOOL Phone UB 7214 CASH LOANS Available promptly, £5 to £500. Small. loa...

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Goodyear Man Tells Of Life "Over There" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

o'oJUyear IMan. e lls - Of Life "Over There' Malcolm .Kitcher, formerly of the Goodyear (Granville) staff, writes interestingly from Englaind, where he is attached to the firm's Wolverhampton plant. Malcolm's letter' is reprinted from the Good year official organ, "Wingfoot Clan." "First I'd like to place on re cord that I am finding England very much to my liking, des pite shortages of practically everything, very high cost of liv ing :and terrible weather. You will agree that a country to be still attractive in the face of these obstacles, is somethirng of. an achievement. "Despite the fact that I am working full time, I have manag ed to see quite a lot of country including all the neighbouring Counties,. Lancashire, west to Wales, and south to Dover. I have yet to see a County :which' has not some particular charm, of its own. "Much has been written ardt sung about the beauty' of the English countryside and, for my part, I feel that it would be hard to exaggerate description of. ...

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

Tempered Aluminium. Treated against rust and corrusion. 6 Pastel Shades in" Baked Enamel. WE MEASURE & BRING SAMPLES WITHOUT OBLIGATION. Save Money ! Deal Direct with Manufacturers. GET OUR QUOTE ! SL& F. BURGOYNE... Addlestone Rd., MERRYLANDS. " you can earn' SPatER 'CHRBEAE [ .. E 'I ALS (Aust. Pty. Ltd.) . DAY Process WORKERS SSHIFT Process WORKERS - LABOURERS W AN TE D Day :Process .men and Labourers are guaranteed 8 !tours overtime per week., HERE IS A. WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY TO INCREASE YOUR EARNINGS and have these conveniences, too * TRAIN RIGHT TO WORKS * GOOD tAMENITIESI * FREE PERIODICAL HEALTH CHECK Interviews or further details from Works Foreman, CHROME CHEMICALS "". C•Ltd. GRAND AVE., GRANVILLE - Phone UW 7135 (Near. Goodyear. Tyre & Rubber Works) /, / FOR A This refined euca. lyptus preparation ' Ssoftens the water. loosens --stubborn dirt. and sweetens your wash! " FOR DAZZLING DISHES Far dishes ike n mrrorsi. Nuralyptl' the "lhingl Kinder to h...

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

SASSIFIED RATES: Minimum 2/- for 12 words or .less. then 2d per word. Adver.iSemcens' may be placed at "The Advertiser' Office, off Church Street, Parra manta.. at any Newsagency .n 'he district or posted (with postal un., <or sstamps) to this Offie, Box 20, P.O., Parramatta. FOR SALE TWO 'Saddles, splendid order, must sell. Bedkhaus, Dublin . Street. Smithfield. : FOR SALE, rockaways, steel rocker, Rocker (elephant shape), comoda chair 12/6, playground (painted), 3ft. wooden train rocking horse on stadd £6. Everything like new. -31 Chaniberlain Road,' Guildford. XMAS CARDS: Parramatta -Series. St. John's, Old Govt. House. King's School (2), Elizabeth Farm, St. Patrick's, exclusively etched 'by SDouglas pratt, set of 6, 3/-.-Cum berland Newspapers Ltd., Mac quarie Street Parramatta. PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS, .leading makes, guaranteed in faultless condition, available at reasonable prices. for immediate Sfree delivery. Cash . or terms. Player Seat and Rolls supplied free....

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Historians' Social [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

Historians' Social The "man who photographed the Harbour Bridge," Dr. Frank Cash, will be guest speaker at a social and lantern-slide even ing at the A.G.L. Auditoriium, George Street;' Parramatta,stod-' morrow (Thursday) night at :7.45 The function 'is being organ ised by Parramatta District Eis torical Touring Club. Doctor Cash was the first photographer to be given official permission to' photograph. the Harbor Bridge during stages of its construction. The Touring Club's bus trip to Warragamba Dam, set down for Saturday, November 18, has been abandoned. It is now proposed to visit historical sites around Picton and, Camden. Particulars can be obtained from' the organiser, Mr. W. G. Hansor.

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

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TELL US ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

TELL US ABOUT IT The Argus welcomes items on all district social activi ties. These include weddings, birthday parties, dances, etc. Easy - to -. fill - in wed ding forms will be sent. free on application to the social reporter. Any - news items must be written in ink or neatly typed (d ou b I e. spaced)., pencil copy will not be accepted. They may be left in the box on No. 2 platform,. Par ramatta railway station, or posted to The Argus office, Box 20, P.O., Pariramatta.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

SGRANVILLE reptile expert 'Horrie Rowe, pictured here, doesn't believe in haphazard killing of his slithery friends.:. "Snakes and lizards were put in the world: for a dehinite purpose - such- as- keeping.. downi rodent and. grasshopper plag u es" h e says. "If people kill every snake they see they destroy the .bal ance of nature," riorrie claims. . In the backyard -of his cottage, amid shrubs, 'flow ers, and,. fish poliids, Horrie has. a, small zoo wvhich he calls his,. "Wild Life Private Park." Herrie keeps plenty of snakes - and lizards about the place, and lets his three small daugh-: ters play with the noin-pois-' onous specimens. Darks slight ly-built Horrie is .a postmlan at Commonwealth EnIMgineering Co. Works at Clyde. He's 29, and has been interested' in snakes sinice he was a kid- in, "short: pants.

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