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

" e 47, Ters o L 377 Cbr ,., -Ji&odTt Road SHOO An iniain t .see / . ' MONOGRAMMED CLUB BLAZERS the Iaest'Jantzen swimsuirs and Jsn- One of our Specialties, in .ompany clothes in an atmos phere 6f gaiety and witl all colour. t t FRI l D SPECIAL CLOTHING FOR.OS The une aG d Shirp makes your chqice WEAR. easy. you ll find the right Jantzen sOur Mercery Cloting Section Tohr i? ? mor Cater eyo all Reliable Brands-of and fabrics than ___ _ 'S OYS' WEAR SHOP, wimuit' Rand sN - e. I ou S E ,,a ties, in co pn outh S , GRANVILLE - (t. 40 years Phone UU 1, 69 STHE OERN IAILORS & N S?ERCERST The•'n~e r o , .. , ., S:Shop .: ocily For Better Ser ice and Bette S. -Pries ; . . Frnlyý ?edaI1 FRINGED: AXMINSTER RUGS, 54"'' x in Autumn tones. Only .................... 39/1 'each ,BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH` CRETONNES, in. guar. anteed fast colours. All 48" wide. ........... 8/3 and 8/9 yd. Al AXMINSTER BODY CARPET, 27" wide .................... 39/6, 44/6 y48/6 yd. GENUINE PRINTED LINOLEUMS; ...

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Christian Science Churches [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

Christian Science. Churches "Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" was the subject in all. Churches of. Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The golden text was: "Salva tion belongeth unto the Lord: thy blessing is upon thy. people." Psalms 3 :'8. Among the Bible citations com lirising, the lesson-sermon was the following: "Thou art of purer. eyes - than to behold evil, and canst not look on iniquity." Habalkyk. 1 :13. The following passage from the Christian Science textbook,. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker. Eddy, was also. included: ."We must learn that evil is the awful deception and unreality of, existence.'.'- P. 207.

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TOC H CAMP [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

TOC H. CAMP Bookings can now be made for the Toc H Parramatta Boys' Camp, .which will be held this year on Camden Park. Estate, Camden, near the Nepean River. Boys between the ages of 12 and 15 years are eligible to join the Camp, which commences for ten days on Tuesday (Boxing Day) December 26. Entertainmnent - provided in cludes hikes, visits to model dairies, sports, camp inspections, °concerts, pictures, aquatic sports, and swimming. Non-swimmers are taught to swim by qualified instructors. Enquiries can be .made by con tacting Camp Commandant H. J. White (B056, ext. 93?). ,

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CHORAL WEDDING AT ST. MARK'S [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950

CHORAL WEDDING AT ST. MARK'S. A crinoline gown of white chantilly lace and tulle was worn by Miss Maureen Pa tricita Hoare for her recent marriage to Mr. George Ander son, at St. Mark's, Gran ville. She added a cut tulle veil and pearl embroidered headdress, and carried a Vic torian style bouquet of lily of the valley, gladioli and pink orchids. The Rev. C. L. Oliver officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hoare, of Granville, and the bridegroom is the son of the late Mr. W. An derson, and of Mrs. M. Anderson, of Parramatta West. Bridesmaids were Misses Gloria Hoare (the bride's sister), Gladys Dernnett and Adele Ship ley (cousin of the bride); whose gowns of shell pink lace and tulle were also fashioned in crinoline style, worn with match ing Dutch bonnets. They carried Victorian posies of pink orchids, lilacs and carnations. The bridegroom's brother, Mr. Jack Anderson, was best man. Reception after the ceremony was held at Granville Town Hall, where 150 guests ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

CLASSIFIED. RATES. Minimum 2/- for 12 words or less them 2d per word. Advarcse?m?en's may be placed at "The Advartiser' Office, oft Church Street. Parra &nata. at any Newsagency 'a +n district or posted (with postal . . or stamps) to this Oicea . Box 20, P.O., Parramatta. FOR SALE THREE rockaways, lit. -oJ st rock'e , eleplhat, rocer. I an., wu.o, 30/- each. Rocking her a- on s an', £5/10/-. Last cifer be'Lfore ias' Free storage till m. a. 31 Chamberlain Rd., Gu-d:rd. XMAS CARDS: Parramatta Series. St. John's. Cld Govt. Hlocs. .Kin?'?s School (2i, Elizabeth Farm. St. Patrick's, exclusively etched by Douglas Pratt. set of.S. 3 -. Cumr besland Newspapers Ltd.. Mac quarie Street, Parraimatta. PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS, leading makes, guaranteed in faultless condition, available 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 a relIable instrument from lMCFA...

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Bank Seeks "Practice Room" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

Bank Seeks "Practice Room" Parramatta Ward Committee will shortly discuss with re presentatives of the Citizens' Band, plans for the construe tion of a practice room in. the city. The City Council, at a recent meeting with the band, pro rmised to provide land for the room, if the Band was prepared to construct the building. The Bandmaster, Mr. 3J. H. Dale, said, last week, that pro gress and development of the band was considerably hampered by lack of accommodation for its pi-actice, and store-room for its instruments. "At the present time we are practising in the Lancer Bar racks, where regular,. accommo dation is not available," he said. "On several occasions 25 to 30 bandsmen have turned up for practise to find that the hall at the barracks is being used for military functions. "Lack of regular practises is very disheartening, and dis appointing to members, who aie public-spirited musicians who want to make the band worthy of Parramatta," Mr. Dale added.

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WANTS DEER PARK DRAINED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

WANTS DEER PARK DRAINED Following a conference be tween Parramatta Park Trust and Messrs. Jarman, J. Stafford and E. Bartlett of the Chamber of Commerce, the Trust. has agreed to ask the Council to drain the Deer Park properly and to approach the authorities of the Botanical Gardens for a beautification plan of this see tion. of the Park. The Chamber proposes to raise money to assist the Trust in such a scheme.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

CASH LOANS Available promptly, £5 to £500. Small loans without security. PRENTICE CASH ORDERS PTY. LTD., 327 Church St., PARRAMATTA Select Auto TUution Inc. Blake Motor Driving Tuition (Est. 15 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. - , -, .m. ,r.e a " 0. :? For lmmediate Delivery New Tractors Crawler and Pneumatic Tyred, Tractors with or without Powerlift, some fitted with Electric Lights and Self Starter Disc Plows, Tandem Disc Harrows, Power Driven Mowers, Saw Benches, .aind other latest types of farming equipment-apply- High St., PENRITH-'Phone.B 221, B 222. METCALFE- MORRIS Pty. Ltd. Funerao Directors PHONES: UW 8891 (two lines). 179 Church Street, PARRAMATTA • -< . "-Y7 ".. .. MANY PRIZES ! Great Achieverments Traced to "CRO N" BRAND FLOUR Well aware of Nature's law that like piro Sduces like, the discerning cook enzt...

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DEATH OF OCTOGENARIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

DEATHOF OCTOGENARIAN Mrs. Mary Ann Sharpe, of Smith Street, .Parramatta, whose. death occurred.: oni. October 28, at the. age of 87 .years, was well-known in Granville and. other parts of this district. Born. at Campbelltown, she lived at Liverpool prior to com ing to - reside at Parramatta 45 years ago. She is survived by four sons and four daughters, 38 grand childrer., 48 great-grandchildren and . two ' great-great grand children. Her husband, Alfred, prede ceased her.

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Junior Cricket Competition Table A GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

Junior Cricket Competition Table .,A ,GRADE, ahger? 28. 'Went\voi'thvillb 283 IHolroyd 21. WWestpiead 20, Weptworth 18. Granville Baptist 13, Merrylands Wnited 7, St. George 4. A RESERVE GRADE SGoodyear 31, Howard Auto 31, WVallaroos 31, -Kelburn, 30, Baulkhaip Hills 15, Shai"odk?s- 8. M.B:O.B. 1, P.H. Endeavourers 1. " B GRADE, DIV.. 1 Seven . Hills 34. ,Wandergrs 30. St. Vincent's O.B. 28, Marsden .Park 24; Bond's Industries 2. Bunparribee 1. BI GRADE. DIV. 2 Carlingford 28. Lake Parramatta 2.. .Grpq Jle.- Ccntral 18, Merrylands j?C;:.?, a1K' r 'ylands Social .10, O Y.1.~:R dal]niere 1. 1Lake Parkaikitta v. Merrylands S cial re.sult not t? ",harind.' B2 ,GRADE. DIVI. I " .Westinead; 34.: Howard Auto :31, Ranger? , v: Kelburn 18, Wentv :Jun lors 14?; :Hlroyld '13, Riverside 8, Par :rt .ntR SL.. 7'. B. GBADE.; DWV. " Parra matta ,North. Meths. 24, Granvillc Kewnies 21. Bruntor's 21. Kellvville 13, Northlmead 13. Patrr mnatta Rugby Union 12. St. George 7. C GRADI . DIV. 1. Elackto?dv...

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Roundabout "Paddock To Punter" Harry Quigley [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

By Guest Columnist "Paddock To Punter" Harry Quigley (OFF again-on, again-gie Sagain . .. You remember the old story of the Irish railway man and the derailment. Well, I'in applying it to fxriend "Brock" whose profile usually adorns this column. He's on holidays again. Same place, same people, same routine.. "Brock" travelled per plane. He could afford to as at the last Rosehill meeting he struck a double on the new tote. When I saw him after he had :collected a substantial diyvy he was wearing a big "How long has this been going on?" smile. If ever I should. strike a double I'll go for a plane ride too, if only to Manly, + + . "W rHESE meat prices are being displayed in a Parramatta butcher's shop. Now don't swooh! Shoulder mutton, 6 lb. 1/3. 2 lb. chops, 6d. l1 lb. steak and 6 kidneys, 7d. Roast (6 lb.) and 2 lb. fillet. 2/7. .If you doubt these figures look in at Watson Bros., Cl '.rch `.: shop and check up. The catchl is that the prices Were. prevailing in December. 1895, when M...

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CERAMICS INDUSTRY IN PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

CERAMICS INDUSTRY IN PARRAMATTA A new creative and original in dustry has opened in Parramatta. Miss Peggy Lee, artist, who last year concluded a five-year art course in potrt.ry, sculpture and ceramics, has opened a factory and shop at 60 Church Street. Miss Lee's fascinating and de lightful work so impressed and interested the management of Rivett's '-Waratah" Restaurant,. Parramatta, that they co-op.rated with her to arrange a small ex hibition of her sample work in the Restaurant Coffee Lounge. The public are invited to see for themsee Ives this remarkable colourful work of table and wall decorations. Miss Lee's ceramics are for sale at her Studio. By ringing UW8674 will bring a direct' service to patrons who wish to purchase or inspect, other. works. The ceramics, .made from clay, are the fruits of Miss Lee's many toils. anid studies. She finislied her studies at the East Sydniey Tech. School. Prices are most reasonable, from a few shill. ings up. All the ivork is most impressi...

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade ST. GEORGE v. MERRYLANDS UNITED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

/ A Grade ST. GEORGE v. MER;YLAND3 UNITIX) Merrylandcs United, first inni-.,:, 129. St. Occrge. 1st innings, 2-4J. j WENTW'ORTH v. RANGERS Rangers, first innings, 134 (W. Matheson 44, W. HIowe 20, K. Wil .on 17. H. Bunton 16, D. Harvey 13, P. Wrigley 3-32. G. Fryer 2-14). Wentworth. first innings, 4-31 (W. Matheson 2-15, A. Kelly 2-16). A Reserve BIAULKHIAM HILLS v. M.B.O.B. M.B.O.B., first innings, 85. Beulkhamn Hills, first inning::, 6-157. I1O'ARD AUTO v. PENDLE IILL Pendle Hill, first innings,. 125 tL. Goodwin 47, B. Ford 33, Loftus 4-17. A. Hyslop 3-27). Howard Auto. first innings. 0-65 (J. Matherson, not out, 33, R. Baker not out, 30). B 1, Division 1 ST. VINCENT'S OLD BOYS v. BUNGARRIBEE Bungarribee first innings, 111 (D_ Evans 20, C. King 29 not out, .L. Wadclup 3-25). St. Vincent's O.B.. first inning. 4-113 (P. Gleeson 22, K. Low;n'psan 24, L. Wadduip 41. J. Bell -18 n.o:);' SEVEN .HILLS v. BOND'S'. INDUSTRIE'S Seven Hills. first innings, 141 (G. Cocper 51, A. Pcarson 23, H...

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Chairman Reports On Howard Auto Progress [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

,'"".-C ai m- n Ke orts n owad AtoProgress increase in the basic wage, made re cen?ty, would add about £50,000 to the wage bill of Howard Auto-Culivators Lt L,. and subsequent price rises appeared inevitable, the 'Chairman of Directors (Mr. Walter Scott) said at the 27th annual meeti g, recently. !Mr. Scott said that the com pany had constantly battled against ..increased prices, and it was felt that some contri b'tion had been made to keep them stable for so long. By these means, the Board of Directors hoped to insulate the company against any re cession or adverse conditions, perhaps weather, in Australia, as compared with the rest of the world. The company had arranged with Rotary, Hoes Ltd.,.of Eng land, for it to lhave the right to market in Australia, and Howard Auto to have -the right to market in the rest of the world. The right had been, obtain ed& to make the Le Roi engine for industrial as well as agri cultural purposes. It was hoped ;toyhitmately - ?: a separate ...

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Will Congratulate City Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

Will Congratulate City Council ?arramatta Council is to be congratulate4 by the Chamber of Commerce on. adopting the F?lee Library Act. It will also ask the Council to implement its decisicn and establish the library in the next financial year. Mir. C. Jefferson said that the Municipal Library at Marrick ville .-was most successful and the Technical Book Section had been of great use to students and apprentices.

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SWIMMERS MEET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

SWIMMERS MEET General nMeeting? of the Granviln' Clyde Amateur Swimming Club will, be held at the club room, on Sun d.:y, commneencng ,at. 10.30 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

o Coo • ~~PTY: .. LT D 10 0 0 OCCASIONAL FURN TURE To add that extra Comfort to your home, charmin.ig Occasional Furniture is assembled at 'NATIONAL" in PIECES grand variety for your easy selection .., here are a few • . e " suggestions .... SCHINA CABINETS .. As shown at left - A smart cabinet with lead Slight, doors, adjustable shelves.. n£15'14'i 0 5 1 1 "-L4i""." . . r. v r~.. -,..- ../ Shaped cabinet with clear .glass doors, platr glass ,shelves, mirror~ back.. ., very smart. OCCASIONAL - COFFEE TABLE COFFEE TABLE .OC IABLE '- .With shaped S S4'1'3 legs andvenee ALE Etop in nice matchings. A s'-"?. cn at . ": TRAYMOBILES right with shap ed reeded legs., W/alnut veneers bottom shelf; A 8 with four v drie t-.ap., straight I egs' ,?-. ' -' t. •mounted on . easy running Table with castors. B e n t under - base &_ match- Large size with ba ed veneer" ob-m circle cut out S. e long top. IT under-base.. -O." - Top has rails . . castors. Round veneer -ý.top and shap- 28 - . BEDS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

Fortuna Waffle Cotton Pique Attractive New Season's " " designs-most suitable for Suits- arid Beach wear 36 wide. 515 yd. SSpunr Schioze 29" wide, in White only. Ideal for lingerie and chil d ren's w ear :....... 111/½ d.~ Floral Haircord fO TH E 36" wide, for children's wear and sun suits. Coloured grounds and 41 pretty florals on light giround designs. 3'11½/2 yd. Summer :Breeze :: Dainty floral or Kindergarten de signs, fast washing.. 36 wide . . r,# "- Potter's Spyn Crepe . .?:,36" wide. New Season's colours and designs-for active, attractive .. `>sports wear . ......... . ....,, 4. " Ferguson's Carlospan y s2":: > 1 <"".. Attractive lkiddies' designs . .. also bright new season s Scolours and designs for :. Frown ups. f36" wide .... Floral Cottons 6 d . Distinctive, fast washing, ' small or large designs on , * light or dark background oe colours. 36" wide. "?o 6 yd.. % Striped Seersucke 36' -wide: Range in cludes -Tan, Brown, Wine, Lemon, Bilue Stripes On Whit...

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Junior Stenographers [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

Junior Stenographers Pai'ramatta district employers who require Junior Stenograph ers, who have just completed a year's training should communi caie with Mr Corish, M0422, ex tension 358. The Department of Education has informed the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce to this effect.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

-Elton Ward Studio. Dennis Marshall and Colin Richards (in chair), both 6, waged hilarious contest. 'suggested by Den nis, to "see who can smile the biggcst" for this picture, taken last week at Pa?r'amatta Spastic. School, run. by the N.S.W. Society.for Crippled Children, in conjunction with Parramatta-Rosehill Women's Auxiliary of the Society.. At the s:hool, housed in the annexe of St. Andrew's Pres byterian Church Hall are: 15 kiddies, aged from 6 to 15, some bcrn spastic. others crippi'd by polio, osteonmyelitis, or acci dent. Der.'ed normal school life with able-bodied children, they would all suffer lonely, futile lives if it were not for the work of the Society and its helpers. School means happinezs to these young sters, giving them • companion ,hip, and the special care and education for living full active lives. That's why smiles are (hara:teristic here, and among themselvez the youngsters never quarrel. Bright-eyed Denr.,'s, intelligent and babbling with high spirits, wa...

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