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

.. "" l "." . . . ý r ... .y. . .y .. . .- .. i."Y :, .- - ,:/. ' Gay .Hear Charmers fo Summery ( Days! (At left) Strip Sandal. Available in White and Beige, with sports heel and platform sole. Full and half sizes, 2 to 7. S .Priced at only .. 34/ " (Rights : Two-tone white buck and navy calf wall toe Shoe, with high heel. Full and - sizes, 2 to 61 At only ........................ 4 5 / 6 (At Left) : "Sun-ees" White _ -- buck wedge, instep bar, r Toepeepers. . Full and half sizes, 2 to 7. . Priced at only 40/11 208, Church St., PARRAMATTA 4 doors from Macquarie Street. Phone UW 8196 At IV ^' Mrtins Another Preview Smart-Cotton xcdusives DESIGNED BY THE FAMOUS. e a. ne DE G NERS , For Comfort !: For. Coolness ! and Elegance ! I oz Martin's has the Easiest L.ay-by System. 3/ . in £ dpost.. XSSW to XW All Cash Orders 69/2 accepted at no extra cost. XSSW to W 69 /il Made from Best Quality British. Cotton and sold ": ::' ?' •I . '\'\ ' . .:/ ESW et~ -y. . for the lo est ,price .n Sy ney ...

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Motor Cycle Club To Hold 50-50 Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

Motor. Cycle Club To Hold 50-50 Dance Par'ramatta District Motor Cyc: Club will hold a 50-50 dance in the Northmead Pro r,- Hall. on Friday.. Sup?Fr and refreshments will be available. SLast Sunday;, the club held a socialn vi to Gi.ie Beach, A general xivrts .day ivilU bI -,a t Sutiday, commencing at 9.30 a.m. "CAROLS BY CNDLELUGHT" Parramatta Police - Citizen's Boys' Club will hold the an nual -nageantry, "Carols by Candlelight" in Prince Alfred Park, on Christmas Eve. Decem ber 24, at 7.30 p.m. Permission b.has been given by Parrama?tla City Co;:n.il.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

ENGAGEMENT EAGAR-DOCKER. - The engagement is announced of Beryl, daughter of the late Mr. F. H. Docker, and V Mrs. A. M. Docker,, of Parramatta North, to Ross. son of the late 1Mr. J. Eagar, and Mrs. A. H. Eager, of Northmead.

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TO GIVE THEM A HAPPIER XMAS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

TO GIVE THEM A. HAPPIER XMAS Over 20,000 sick and homeless mothers and little ones from all Dart: of the State are cared for by the N.S.W.. Benevolent So cieiy's Royal. Hospital . for Wo.nen,. Renwick Hospital for Infants, "Scarba" Home, "Rest awhile", and Outdoor-Relief De= .partment. To give them special Chiristmasa cheer, meet 'increased costs and keep: the wards open; the. Society. is making a big ap- peal. and . will als6 have, its Xmas-Bell Emblem Selling Day on Friday, November 24. Contributions of any .:amount should -be sent to the Hon. Trea surer. Benevolent Society of N.S,..;.Thomas Sirect, Sydney.

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

' -- A , • .... ?! 4 .?". V 'I a I I. * 'I '"' 4. -. .. WITH QUALITY 'I::.o{,T . ':+,,o?+ o.. ..I.., J':. 5':."Y:}IIi1r ER...Features, Tone, Performance " and Appearance usually PARRAMAA C NT found only in expensive "1 1 """fn Smodels. :. Due to Eric Anderson's foresight in buying huge it's .unbeanfabe value - this d?d stocks before the rise in Sales Tax, thousands of high quality 5-valve World sets of a makes are available now at the old low tanhe "aeoe-Toes ..En..gis Gar . . . .. . ,: the. fo}:":::-::.l:"h " G arra}}X" : 'h.: :lY . } :..4. ..r '"....: prices. Auto-Stop Motor . . micro ferro-tuned coils for super sen PRICES WILL NOT BE INCREASED at Eric Ander- sitivity and international recep son's until all present stocks of all LEADING tion . . . full-size 12in;Con rSpeaker.. two spacious . MAKES ore sod ou record Compartments- qual • M KESaresol ou. " " "."-":. ity",instrument, thrtughout, yet .. B.T URRY . . amazingly low in price. ' . WHILE STOCKS LAST! . . Covered by the reno...

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

TENNIS WANTED, Six players for social ten nis for Saturday nights. Apply, after 7p.m.. week-days, to Mr. J. Steele, 106 Pitt St., West Granville. SCHOOL CHILDREN'S Holiday Mixed Open TENNIS TOURNAMENT (as approved Parramatta-Granville, Tennis Association). With Your Own Partner, play 3 to 4 days week over period" 4 weeks (Xmas and New Year period exempted). AGE LIMIT 16 YEARS. Entries Close Sat., 2nd Dec.. 1950.. COMMENCING DATE, M*ON., 18th DECEMBER, '1950. Further particulars, apply WILSON'S JACARANDA TENNIS COURTS, 25 Louis Street. Granville. NIGHT COURT BOOKINGS AVAILABLe. 3 Spacious Courts with Superior Lighting. and Facilities. Vacancies exist for Bookings for coming Summer Season. Book Now. WILSON'S JACARANDA TENNIS COURTS. 25 Louis Street. Granville. CLOTHING FOR HIRE EXCLUSIVE bridal wear -and even-: ing; gowns for hire, day. UW8347[ evening-. UU1008. MUSICAL H. WELLS PIANO TUNING 51 Wetherill St.; CROYDON Telephone: UA 4052 Est. 40 years, 20.years in London. Pianos and Pla...

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

/11 GIVE ER A MALVERN STAR 1STREAMLYNE"! That young lass of yours has been dreaming about a Malvern Star for a long tiine-so let her dream. comne true! She'll be thrilled on Xmas morning to find; her- . self the proud possessor of a streamlined, glamorous Malvern Star "Stieamlyne"! Just -think of the pleasure and happinessa a Malvern Star will give her, and, what's more, she 'll reckon you're the grandest parents in the world! But oorder now to ensure delivery! Easiest of easy terms, from £1 a month! u Insured against theft and accidental damage at no extra cost., Guaranteed for ever! You'd be better On a. - " " " "" " MSOI.Sa PTY. LTD. 293 Church St., 58 Auburn Road, PARRAMATTA AUBURN Supplies of. . $EDS CNARY FEEDERS, GARDEN SEEDS. AR * FORRR AL YOU REQUIREMENTS .:'-.;..:-",:.- ,-.... -.•.... 4F:?ii$ ok?, oo s a n -. row ing -Mash ITI FORICLLTUR SPRAY A ; UEMSTS Phone D ee01r We Deliver , .1 TO- AY I To-day is the time to visit our show room to see the fine Bell & Howell G...

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ANNUAL MEETING OF GUILDFORD SCHOOL OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 15 November 1950

ANNUAL MEETING OF GUILDFORD SCHOOL OF ARTS   The annual meeting of the Guildford School of Arts was held in the Soldiers' room re- cently. The chair was occupied by the president, Mr. Rex Rankins, and the election of officers resulted as follows: President, Mr. Rex Ran- kins; vice-presidents, Mr. G. Burrey and Mr. Vincent; hon. secrectary, Mr. C. Masters; hon. treasurer and publicity officer, Mr. R. A. Porter; auditors, Messrs. H. O'Connor and O. Bishop. The auditors reported on the excellent way the books had been kept during the year, and congratulated the committee on the position of the institution. The committee hope in the very near future to commence stocking the library with new books. Meetings are held on the first Thursday in each month, at 8 p.m.

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

OBITUARY The death occurred recently   of Henry Ernest Stewart (79), of Allen Street, Granville. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary Jane, and is sur- vived by three sons and one daughter.

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

AUCTION SALES S AUCTION, SALE of Ex-Disposai Goods., under .instructions from. the Vendor R. G. BRO*NE & ADRIEN A. BROWNE (Licenced Auctioneers) will sell on the premises of IMPERIAL SERVICE BULK STORE, PITT STREET, MERRYLANDS, on SATURDAY. 18th NOVEMBER, at 2 p.m. sharp. All lots offered must be sold without reserve. EX-ARMY AND MILITARY, Pulley blocks, wood and metal, as sorted sixes, double, single and treble; leather leggings, military boots, trousers, shirts, tunics, general clothing,' havasacks, packs, • kit bags; 4in. and 5in coir roping. tent poles, machetti cases, bush knives, electrical equipment, paint, varnish, enamel, 5 and 10 lbs. tins of grease, gas masks, spider wires. 3-prase electrical wire (flexible metal casingl, Petroleum Hose, folding chairs, mobile spraying machines, empty wooden cases, tool boxes, waterproof ground sheets, tarpaulins, blankets and a 1,001 other lines too numerous to mention, FARMERS, GARDENERS POULTERERS. etc., take notice: don't miss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

e :-OUNGE SUITES MADE TO YOUR ORDER MOQUETTE In Plain and VELVET.. Floral TAPESTRY Coverings. RECOVERING AND . REPAIRS. . . All Work Guaranteed. SSTOKES Manufacturing Upholsterer .5,.TAYLOR STREET, PARRAMATTA - 'Phone: UW 9215 WANTED * "-" WANTED - S EXPERIENCED MALE PRESSER For Boys' and Youths' Clothing. £12 PER WEEK. Also EXPERIENCED COAT & TROUSERS S MACHINISTS HIGH WAGES AND BONUS. Smart Girls can earn up to £10 PER WEEK. "pply- TIP TOP TAILORING PITT STREET,I MERRYLANDS 3Minutes Station - Parraniatta-Guildford b.us: passes door.- . PHONE UU 2545. This car YOU can afford to own . - - WITH ENGINE AT REAR. on 1gallon of petrol Its price is so low, it' witin everyone's reach Four Cylinder Overhead Valve Engine Four Wide Doors Four Comfortable .Seats -. Four, Independent Coil Springs Phones: UW 7708 - 7578. Right - UY.:.~Of·rabl kSat- 7> C.De Lutiis &S:on PRODUCE STORE Yates' New. Season's- Seeds;. Floweri .aga Vegetable' Plants. CASE MERCHANT All: Kinds of Cases...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

'+ : WEERLYPAYME WEKLAny family c afford ? * - . ..:iO LAI.. - their laundry. At £43/10/-it's ,the lowest; paiced.e.ectric washer. I immediata i Delivery on a small , -. . . .e p i . . . . .. . ... , SERVIis THOR f . 'l r :WEEKLY ... P EPAYMENTS .,. I" ".IIU . ". . "' .' ._ "" "j,.,.,,?? 4 " .I../ m s2 models .lavail £e. s m able., awasher WEEKLY PA~WEEKTL ... ~oonly mor wa"2 In -1" Dishwashier? '. te tWashern Prices fromf 1 £123/15/" SE /I Or. a lowdeoi I Ap.+ WWEEKLY PAYMENTS 3 models available, including models with or without pump and. ad water heating in * model. J~ SI P O. Prices from £79/10/" WEEKLY PAYMENTSi ... A highly. efficient . 1+ Eg lish washer with stream- 'Y. e o lined .design, elec-,"r _r_. tri wringer, W TERMS Only~~~~~, ...£91/ EKYTR Onlyne5911716l2 models avayiabl,-.. / and gwith-or without•wat' S..,, -.p..p.. Prices front 1161171 V ___ .sH P N

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I'm Told That.... [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

S a fat.... ENGAGEMENT has been an nounced of Frances, youngest daughter of Mrs. A. Beers and the late Mr. W. Beers, of Aub urn, to Allan, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Whichelo, of Gran ville. RECEPTION at Romano's after Saturday's wedding at St. Paul's, Burwood, of Mrs. Phyllis Button and Mr. Harold Kerr. Mrs But ton is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Robilliard, of Parramatta. Her son Rex flew over from Melbourne for the wedding. Forty guests were en tertained at a pre-wedding party given on the previous Saturday by the bride's- sister, Mrs. Cecil Baxter, at her Cronulla home. A JUMBLE SALE will be held by Parramatta Inner Wheel Club at St. John's Hall to-morrow (Thursday) at 9.30 a.m. Proceeds to charity. ANOTHER bright and pleasant afternoon for members of Parra matta 2CH Happy Companions' Club was held recently at the home of Mrs. E. Smith,- of Early Street, Parramatta. Proceeds will benefit local charities. ___ _ _

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English Interest In Local Speedway [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

English Interest In Local Spehdi a Ar The newly-formed Parramatta Panthers Supporters Club .is causing great interest. in Parra inatta and Birmingham, England. Doug. McLachlan, a director of Parramatta Speedway, i recently returned from England, where, before leaving, -he enrolled 700 members, people who had pre viously never heard of Parra niatta and are now.keen to know all about our city and oi6r speed way. The Speedway, run every Wed nesday night, is building up a large following. A magnificent shield has been sent from the promotor of Bir mingham Speedway, England, Mr. Les Marshall, for annual. competition.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

BRIDEGROOM RAYMOND DICKER helps his pretty bride Betty, cut their wedding cake at the reception at "Hiawatha" following their recent marriage at All Saints, Parramatta. The bride is the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and M`rs. J. Arkins, of Parramatta, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. S. Godbee, of Castle Hill. Her hus band is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dicker, of Home bush. The bride's lovely gown was fashioned from white broderie Anglais over stiffened taffeta, worn with a 3-tiered tulle veil and natural flowers. She carried a bouquet of watsonia and white orchids. Miss Dawn Godbee, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid, wear ing a gown of pale blue broderie Anglais over stiffened taffeta, with matching hat of the same material. Her bouquet was of yellow roses. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Frank Arkins. Mr. Ivan Dicker, brother of the 'groom, was best man. During the signing of the register, Mrs. King, of Concord, sang ."O Promise Me," and "Be cause." The bride...

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Junior Cricket Draw [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Junior Cricket Draw The following are the fixtures and umpires for the next round of Junior cricket:- A GRADE Wentworth v. Ho]royd, Topfer; Granville. Baptist v. St. George, C. Bennett; .Rangers v. Westmead, E. 'Bennett and Spooner; Merrylands United v. Wenty; Adams and Bal dock. A RESERVE GRADE Kelburn v. Baulkham Hills, Clar-. ence; M.B.O.B. v. P.H. Endeavourers, McAdam and Schwartz; WVallaroos v. Goodyear, Norris and Pollock: Howard Auto v. Shamrocks, Martin and Gregory. BI, DIV. 1 Marsden Park v. St. - Vincent's O.B.. Gallen; Bungarribee v, Seven Hills; Bonds v. Wanderers, Boyce. ' B1, DIV.. 2 Carlingford v. Merrylands Social, Histon and. ..Wall; Rydalmere v.. C.Y.M., Raleigh; Merrylands C.Y.S. v. Lake Parramatta, Bell and Cop land; Granville Central, - bye. B2, DIV. 1 P.R.S:L. v. .howard Auto, Mars den; Westmead v. Kelburn. Murphy and Cave; Holroyd v. Riverside, Morgan and Nicholson; Wenty Jrs. v. Rangers. B2, DIV. 2 St. George. v. P.N. Meths.. Rob ertson; Kellyville v. Brunton...

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FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT In the selection of a musical comedy for production a host of factors must be considered. Parramatta Musical Society con siders all these factors very carefully before a final choice is made. Judging by the popu lairity of previous shows the choice has been well made. And now, P.M.S. has selected for your entertainment "A Little Dutch Girl." The society understands this is the first time that this musi cal comedy has been presented on the amateur stage. It is in keeping with the season-gay and humorous. It has lovely ballets and the bright est of chorus work, and a new list of players will be presented, too. These players also have been carefully selected from the huge company of members of the Society for their singing, acting and comedy talents. The production and musical direction are once again in the capable hands of Mr. Charles Christey and Mr. Hairy Lamer ton, respectively. P.M.S., which has staged so many popular successes in the pasti, ow- confidently...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 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, SParramatta, L UW-9685 , Sydney and Suburba FURS DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER, See Our Factory Show- , room Display. For your fur requirements Consult us with your Fur Problems. Making up of furs to in dividual style &C measure. Repairs, Cleaning & Re modelling, or Tanning, Dyeing and Making Up of your own skins. We can now. offer im ported white.lappin Even ing Capes. S Priced 'from .... £6/6/ Mfg. Furrier. Arcade Chambers, Parramatta - UW 9339 is:.happier with a Beale 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 these lovely instruments at the Showroom of DAVID GROUSE 11 Philti...

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TO PROTEST ON OVAL HIRE CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

TO PROTEST ON OVAL HIRE CHARGES SA strong proiest from the Granville Secondary Technical School P. & C. Association will be forwarded to members of the Parramatta National- Park Trust against the unreasonably high charges asked by the Trust for use of Cumberlaind Oval by combined schools for their annual sports day. The association will ask the Trust to make the oval available at a more nominal charge. The headmaster, Mr. T. I. Kernpster, in his report, stated that the yearly exams. were now being held. A disappointing response was received to announcements con cerning the pre-apprenticeship classes which offer an excellent :p)ortunity for the training of yguths in v.a r i o u s trade courses and invariably lead to immediate employment and se curity in remunerative trades. Grave concern was expressed at the inability to secure tenders fora. necessary repairs at the school. The association will request the Federation to call a special meet inE to discuss this matter. New .enr...

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Musicale-Fashion Show Aided Guildford's "Most Popular Child" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Musicale-Fashion Show Aided Guildford's "Most Popular Child" Solos by two singers from J. C. Williamson's Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, golden-voiced ,June Phillips and Geoff Filtness, were bright high lights to an enjoyable afternoon's programmne at a successful Musicale-Fashion Parade held recently at the A.G.L. auditorium, Parramatta. The function was organised by Mrs. R. S. Turtor., who also compered the parade, to aid the candidature of 5-year-old Judith Slater in the Popular Child Competition conducted by Guild ford Truby King Baby Clinic Building Fund Committee. Pro ceeds from the afternoon amounted to £20. The programme opened with an interesting cooking demon stration by Miss Joan Rawson. Fashions displayed were all by La Fayne (obtainable at Martins Frock Salon, Church Street, Parramatta) and fea tured an attractive selection of morning, afternoon and even ing wear at budget prices. Shoes worn by the manne quins were by courtesy of Dents, of Church Street, and handba...

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