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

By Guest Columnist "Paddock To Punter" Harry. Quigley A LTHOUGH very wealthy, Mr. Mark Foy, whose death was announced last.week, was-a plain man with no pretension to swank. Years ago, while motoring from the Mountains, his car broke down near'Prospect and a Par ramatta garage man was con tacted. For some time the garage man was unable to locate Mr. Foy, but eventually discovered him irn a roomi' at the i'ear d of the Prospect Hotel deeply ab sorbed- iri a game of cards with three local quarrymen . HOW'S this for intensive cul tivation? At his Baulkham 'Hills farm ex-Couricillor- Henry Home has a crop- of , potatoes approaching maturify and attached to each branch are a few: tomatoes. I've seen themli. Frierdi Henry explains that this abnormal condition is brought about by innoculation, but after watching him play some freakish shots at bowls I am inclined to` think `he has taken some: of his magic -to his potato patch. + .;-. . W HAT'S wyqng with a dog's life? Every 'so often a mot...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Handcrafts Show Impressed Visitors [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Handcrafts Show Impressed Visitors - "I'm tremendously glad to see .such a. flourishing branch of the 'Y' here in Parramatta," Miss Leila Bridgeman, National Secretairy of the Y.W.C.A. in. Australia, -asid recently when she opened an. exhibition of. arts and crafts at Parramatta' Y.W.C.A. rooms, Macquarie Street. Miss Bridgeman, who- warnily praised the work displayed in the show,, .said. that Parramatta branch held a reputation among other. "Y" centres. for .being .a most active ,and enterprising branch. It was, very gratifying, she added, to -see how well de served this reputation is. President of Parramatta .branch, Mrs. L. N. Brown, intro duced and welcomed Miss Bridgeman and Miss Lilian Gil lespie (Executive Director of Sydney Y.W.C.A.). Mrs.. Brown' also expressed the thanks of the committee to the instructresses of the Y.W.C.A. handcraft classes, and to Mrs. D. Ross, for voluntary Work for the branch. A -presentation of floral: corsages to the official guests was made by four...

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SCHOOL BAZAAR RAISES £218 [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

SCHOOL' BAZAAR . RAISES £218 Last mouth members of the Parramatia West Infants Schoad Club conducted' their annua bazaar in the school grounds. The function, which was the most successful ever held .,by the club, raised £218 for school needs and the establishment of a library in the . Infants' School. Mrs. W. H." Lamb, wife of the Speaker' of the Legislative As sembly, officially opened the bazaar at 2.15 p.m. and was pre 'sented with a spray of orcnuds ,by' Mrs. Kir., the presiderit. A delightful .dispiay .of chil dren's work was on show and much credit must: be givn to Miss Drummond and her staff for thehigh standard of work dis played' by the, children both in their school work and hand crafts. To celebrate United Nations' Day, a National Costumes Dolls' show was held. Judges were Mes dames Smith, Hobson and Zukor. Prize winners were: First sec tion, best dressed -doll in. Na 'tionrial :costume,. Elaine Cullen -1; Maturice King 2. Second section, best dressed peg doll in National...

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Local Dancers On Interstate Tour [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Loca .-n Iners On Interstate To .:LOCAL stage d?ncing and singing eatertainers,., "T1'he Dancing 'Munros" (Neville Munro .r? Mirij1 .Quit, of ra- a .ille.), were recently sdlected to palea.'eta. d1eadx Aý,rs. ..with "Barton's Follies''a and re now on a. .3 .n ,. Q0ueensland an4d New South WMle" s : 4-: Neville and Marie, wpiel-known fo. their .work in Ideal chlarity shows,..only recently, teamed" to gether to dance" in" "Ace- Variety $hows~", -.:They. were r quickly. snapped '.up .by leadiigcity night clubs and theatrical entertain nient units. Their .marir friends and fol lowers wishd' hem .every success ii their new venture y ~:

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SCHOOL CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

.SCHOOL CRICKET Granville Central 1st grade, 54 runs,' defeated Balmain 37. Bowling for Granville, *R. Clarke took three wickets for 20, C. Munce took four wickets for eight.

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METHODIST FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

METHODIST FETEH : :"Floral Fete" will be held' in ;Westiread.. Methodist Church hail, Hawkesbury Road, West meadC on the afternoon and vei1-. irng of Saturdaiy, November 1S. The fete will be 6penied at " p.m. by Alderman: P. Jeffery and afternoon- tea and :tea w.ill be abilable on the spot ?.Mary, use- ful; and -interesting goods will be sold on stalls which include fancy wirk, produce, refresTineritfs; cakes and home-made jams. -There - will be 'lucltky dips and games for the children, 'too., The hall 'is situated on- the corner of i Hawkes tiry ;Road. ;arid '`Cots; wold Street; .

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Granville Youth Hurt In Beach Accident [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Cranvile Youth Hurt in Reach Accide t Johnt Issitt (17), of Onslow Street. Granville, suffered a probable fractured spine last Sunday 'vhen i he slipped oa rocks near Colnlroy Beach. Issitt is an apprentice composi tor, employed by Cumberland Newspapers. Ltd. Manly Ambulance took him tc. Manly District Hospital. -Yesterday the hospital reported. his condition to be satisfactory,

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Historic King's Fit Setting For Welcome To Archbishop [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Historic Kiizg'sPi- ,Stting More than 1500 people attended the garden party at. The King's School, Parra matta, on Saturday, given in honour of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. G. F. Fisher, and Mrs. Fisher. The Archbishop of Sydney, Dr. H. W. K. Mowll; received guests on the headmaster's lawn. He was assisted by the Headmaster, Mr. H. D. Hake, and Mrs. Hake. During.- the :~'afternoon, IDr.: Fisher reviewed an impressive parade of school cadets led by the school band. Afternoon -tea was served by women members - of All Saints' and St. John's Churches, Parra matta. They were assisted by pupils of the .:school, who later washed teacups:: behind the ?ar-r quee erected on the parade ground. Mrs. Fisher chose for the occa sion a grey gabardine suit, with' hat of fine straw. Mrs. Hake's wedgewood - blue suit was worn with a shiny black. straw hat. Among the many Church dig nitaries present, were: . Dr., Fisher; Archbishop oldwI; the Primate, of New ZZaianiid, Archbishopi C:: W:; -West-Wa...

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

..Dispensing Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE STREET, PARRAMATTA. Opp. Station. Telephone: UW 9270 4 f. s~ w is i, _ .s' i . `l , - i. ~ ",` -3-'p '- / irsI fEA5ER -~m U~ A tlwrchSt., . FR EL.r: '0 'CrPt, arram'atta, IUW BI Pida nts Watches Silverware Lchkets Crystal ofaPottery PIE Dress Rings Brushware China RI e RIGH - (i.uMt over lethox tbidge) ItdZ scousBERT 1797 182' ."" i Q ee o. range of Modern . Pianos for modern horne, Choosing a pioco from"' Western Piano House" can be a memorable occocion for your entire family. Think of the years of home enter tainment ihat will be yo~urs, ond falso: the splendid ;bportunity :to:develop your youngster's taler.t.' Remember, every pano: at :"Western PiBano House" is superbly styled, possesses a" rich abundnnt' tone, aond' are priced from only £40 - or available on easy terms "of- 6G/6 wekly., RUDIBACH * VICTOR * WAGNER - BELLiNG RAINSDORF CONCORD 0 GLBRANSEN ' C A RT P P I N WMIN O R , . Rtcket Restrung - at - TIC K N E R 1S DARCY STREET, P'M...

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HOLROYD PLANS ELEC. SHOWROOMS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

HOLROYD PLANS ELEC. SHOWROOMS Holroyd Council is consider ing proposals for the erection of electricity showrooms at Merrylands and- Wentworth ville, estimated to cost nearly £27,000. A small showroom. is at pre-. sent housed in Council's elec tricity supply building at Merry lands. The proposed building at Merrylands- is estimated to cost. between £15,000 and £17,000, and would provide sales .facili ties to consumers for .about 25 years, the Electrical Engineer (Mr. E. N. Parry) has told Coun. cil. A sales centre to serve con=i sumers in the western section of the -municipality, proposed by Mr. Parry, would probably be erected; on Council land-. in Dun more :Street, Wentworthville. Estimated cost to construct the building is £10,000. "Sales of electrical appliances from Council's showroom has in creased considerably this year, and should continue to im prove," Mr. Parry, said. "But I havre come to the con clusion, that to increase sales, people must be: broutght-i.to, some central ...

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OPPOSING MAYOR'S TEAM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

OPPOSING MAYOR'S TEAM Two Campbells have nominated for the MerrSlands Ward at next inthh 'lolro ?d- MtunicipaP elec %lions... .... They are the Mayor, Alderman Williai-m Campbell, w:ho. has teamned with: Aldermen 'Edward Styles. and Len Young, and Mr. John Campbell, whose team com prises Mr. Keith Fawbert and Mrs. M. Watt.

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Electricity Supply Rates Increase [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Electricity Supply Rates Increase Bulk electricity. supply rates, recently increased by the Sydney. County-Council, will mean an in crease ,cost of £6,700 .a year to ,Holroyd: Council. -The increase takes affect as from October 1, this yeai. The 'Town Clerk (Mr. P. A, Arnett).: said last week that. 'the most recent adjustment to kwh charges on an annual purchase by Council of 20,000,000 kwh's. meant an increased cost of £4,000. "Overall adjustment :to date on the base rate, means ain increase of £6,700 a year," Mr. Arnett added. Base rate under a new agree ment between the Councils has been fixed at .62d. The rate during the quarter ended :September 30, this year, was 653d. : A duty dodged is like a debt unpaid; it is only deferred, and we must come back and settle the account at last.--Joseph Fort Newton.

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Couple Celebrate Golden Wedding [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Goden Wedding Well-known veteran cricketer, "Jack" Bourke (76)., and his charming wife, Evelyn, residents of Auburn :for 70 years, are celebrating their golden wedding. Jack 'and Evelyn, who live in their modest home in Cardigan Street, A-uburn, were ,married at St. John's Church, Parramatta, on October 31; 1900-and Jack remembers the date without any trouble. He breezed into our office the: other .day, an mediunm-built man, active and viiile for his years, and let us know all about him self. Jack kept telling '.us he, .and, of course, Evelyn, were - celebrat ing their golden wedding, but he also- found time to tell us about his: ability on a cricket field. Judging .by .the natty, 'bow-tie Jack had about his neck, we wondered, whether he had, at some time or other..branched into the theatrical. wvorld. But he emphasised that cricket. and- the Australian Gais ight Co. had occupied most of..his past years. Jack worked with. the A.G.L. at Parramatta' for 37 years, as a meter-reader, a ...

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Attendance Slump At Granville Park [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Attendance Silump At Granville Park Parramatta City Council has decided to refuse applications "Grapnville Oly5mpic Pool. tin-. iil March; 1951, This follows certain recom mendations made by the Baths Manager (Mr. E. H. Simms). It has been pointed out, that this policy will enable all prim ary schools in the district to hold swimming periods .during February. Attendances at the pool dur ing the past fortnight showed a substantial fall when compared with figures for the same period last year; Mr. Sinms told a Council meeting, last week. Only 8,611 people, including 7,459 children, attended the pool during the fortnight ended No vember 1, Mr. Simms said. During the same period, last season, 15,875 people had attend ed the baths.

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

. . - . . CREFE RUBBER SOLE. CASUALS. S . In Brown °"Calf and featuring fawn plait ' ings, :fls in Rust Su.e d e with brown fcat-?e: plaitings. Full end - sizes, 2 to7. SOnly .... 50/~ a . ..• 7 , ".WHITE BUCK CASUALS. With tan calf cap and counter. In genu S' ine welts with low leather heels. Also in Block Suede and Ccili. I\ Full' and 2 sizes, 2 to 7. Pice .... 43/9 208 Church St., 4 doors from Macquarie Street. Ph-one UW8196 J lonis Scene-,e. Seen all over 'Paris, the sophisticated appearance of black and other colours. • 0o wil applaud this Paris Model when- you see our interpretation by. (-he Leading "LA FAYNE" Desig ers= trimming aud the:new/. slim .line skirt -- - - - - - - - - Al- C sh Orders are cte ....y Systen- , . .isat no e"tra cost 0y 3/ in £ Depost Mat l Orders delvred proreu 257 C- RC. ST, P'ARRAMATTA .,, " ,- - " . . .: " . ,- -" ,' " ," ..!, , -. , i ". " : . -. ., , . | ?1 o-h rd rs re?cepek!.,:.. . ,. . . ? y-y ysem ; :?? 'L, As Happy as Larks and as proud as poa...

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

J- " . bledon 11111 . or .£109/0 Cbmplete wit? SGrass Catcheri and a oE "CE .CO I"t I- ELECTRIC M 'WEl A preaY Super for only 31/100. ,. rrthino for your g en. -. "~. - I? I .1 j Parr:mamtta's Leading Funeral Directors IiiamMetcalfe Co. Pty. Ltd. 1 Church treet, PARRAMATTA W-'- 8838 ?-,,-.-- ? .. . ' . " ? ~El :Str ' t z_. R ._ - V i J " __ ?__ Op0 I UIN 1U D7O . GIFT SUGGESTIONS ! Cosmetic Sets - Toilet Sets - Peifurnirs, Etc. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT TO CHOOSE EFtOM. . PHON: GUIL OD R D HAR WA RE CO. FOR.CORtREC 'PRICES. SERVICE AND CIVILITY. - PHONE -UU 9733-?WE DELIVER--RIGHT AT STATION,- GUILDFORD ONLY 4 WEEKS TO XMA$ MAKE A LAY-BY NOW.-- AVOID INCREASED PRICES. S`Larg e Range G- STOVES g ard nga eo Cyclops. Toys, Meccano Sets - A CP?P? s Garde: Tools RU Blag O COPaERS _iRDENt,<"SPADES N ?'l[:ý:&; lockwork Train Sets' ak, i al ppfiances :nc:: i!',6.c:k:i"ISS:€,k. SA CO - nteens f Cutl.ery. . /:: .Ot;E ST EA ravelling C ses .SANI-PANCOVER PRICES:&E 26/4 ....

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Says Pensioners Are State Responsibility [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

Says Pensioners Are State- Responsibility Care of old-age and invalid pensioners .is the responsibility of the State Goveiiunent, and. Councils should not"be asked to -.walve 'rates 'to provide a:' social service for them.' ', This is the opihion .exp'resed ' by.-:the N.S.W. Local- Government: .Association. Hol r sed the Assoiatiojf fo`its onino on; a .p? fosal by the:;Sitate Goav. emmnt: to provide A s`ubsidy to ,s~-. -~ci.?thh '.Wveia r: rates . oi .properties owned y pensionerh 'lasd - w ti at ýheiqaei`; had;, bee consd e b meimbners 'of th ;,;: E , u.?. : "... . , . .. . . r,..',; Threine v r ?as ,, lt r ,?.bn :n.. dorsed brep eIWttiv -ai tbr fpaence a agk iji actioh' i the Goveri'nernt'r pposal.

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

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

" {- . . .1TI QU• EU :- ,,. O O A ITS YES! You can believe your eyes. It's true. Nobody ....wastes tim-e Waifithg; t,oi? place. No. need for on . :appointmeht,.eithier. if you're a busybody in a bustle. ..At the Fraoice; we.know ho# it is for very_ busy people, ,,harassed housewives and ,cnscientious careerists who find:the everlasting run of duties never seems to stay. inside a fixed schedule, meaning free time can seldom be counted on 'in advance for making salon appoint .ments. SO, .we've orgarnised our'own time to'make it possible for us to MAKE time for busy bodies requiring Sour services- for! sets,. or permarient wave treatments. So you see, no matter how frantic the daily rush, there's no need to let your hair down. WITHOUT APPOINTMENT - AND NO . WAITING A PERMANENT WAVE or STYLE ,SETTING Yours for the zsking at the 24 MACQUARIE ST., PARRAMATTA 'Near School of Arts;. Phone UW9123) NO APPOI-NTMENTS NECESSARY -NO WAITING -BRi U NTON'-SU F L UU PLAIN AND, SELF-RAISING . . COiiH...

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade WESTMEAD v. WENTWORTHVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 November 1950

J JUN/OR CRI(KETffSUITS A Grade WESTMEAD v. WENTWORTHVILLE Won by Westmead outright by 7 wickets. Wentworthville. first innings, 93 (R. Culey 29, C. Lothian 5-41, K. Incher 4-45). Westmead, first innings, 164 (Mar tin 4-68). Wentworthville, second innings, 113 (J. Monroe 24, C. Lothian 5-49 K. Incher 4-28). SWestmead, second r innings, 3-44 (A. Tinson 25. G. Martin 3-24). ST. GEORGE v. MERRYLANDS UNITED Won by St. George on first in nings. Merrylands United, first innings, 129. St. George, first innings, 166. Merrylands United, second innings, 7-38. WENTWORTH v. RANGERS Won by Rangers on first innings by 70 runs. Rangers, first innings, 134. Wentworth, first innings. 64 (F. Wrigley 14, W. Sinclair 15, A. Kelly 7-33, W. Matheson 3-24). .Rangers, second innings, 6-89, in nings closed (G. Hennessey 39 n.o., K. Wilson 20 n.o., D. Currey 2-9, V. Lane 2-16, F. Wrigley 2-41). Wentworthville, second innings, 7-73 (C. Bottles 24, G. Fryer 30 n.o., W. Howe 5-53, A. Dominey 2-11). HOLROYD v. G...

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