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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

reat .c.ieve e i Tra .. to 10W" ,BRAND FLOUR Well aware of Nature's law thatlike pro duces .like, the discerning cook entrusts the responsibility of producing QUALITY' GOODS to QUALITY FLOUR. His good judgmnent steers him away from the hazard. S of.dearly .bought ' bargain" producto-"-leads S him to invest:in the only flour he can afford "to buy-the ,:BEST. To-day, after -careful search and co mpar-' son thousands of cooks find .'omplete satisfaction "for their value-sense in MICORQUODALES ':CROWN" FLOUR, used 'for years by prize-wining pastrycooks. This is an adchievement of which we are justly proud. Manufactured by'iM;cCQORQUODALE BROS. TORQUIL MILLS - PARRAMATTA and d SYDNEY. ~ '~ EMAT ARRAN~2 4ED ' 9 1 TE. .... ;?~~~~~,?-, , ,, -. ', D ' :76 Maquarie Street PAR NAMATTA .,..+. GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANTS & AGRICULTUAt L SEEDSMAN IlME, SEED -PEAS, MILO, SEED CORN, SACCAIUNE, JAPANESE BLLET, SPRAYS &DUSTS, ,%= -- :::; : •i- 8 -- i SULJTRY HUMOS. "NE :WP e LAYING MASH...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL ELIMINATE LEVEL CROSSING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

WILL ELIMINA TE LEVEL CROSSING The Department of Railways is preparing plans for the clos ing of Hamilton Street, Gran ville, level crossing. The Department, however, will provide a gate and pathway for pedestrians. Special heavy timbered baffles will be erected at the crossing, where road warning signs will be installed. Reflectors will be attached to <the fence, which.will be painted white as an aid to night traf fic. A recent conference between representatives of the Depart ment, Parramiatta City Council, the Police Traffic Branch and Trar.,port Department, decided to close the crossing,. and im prove safety conditions at other level crossings in the 'Rosehill area.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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FANCY DRESS BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

FANCY DRESS BALL North Parramatta Infants School Mothers' Club will hold a plain and fancy dress Juvenile Ball at Parramatta City Hall on Friday, December 1. Dance programme for children will be until 10 p.m., from when. adults wil?l be: givehi full free diom of ;th?; .cnce floor until midriglit. Fancy: dtress: competitions will be judged at 8.15 p.m. :

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

(B:...(y Harry Quigley.). RIosehill jockey Jimmy Hor tcn, last week .was off-co?or and his doctor said his trouble had been brought about by over,-sweating. He . had taken too much salt from his body. "'There's a moral in this for the "Go slows." Never sweat. It's bad for the health. If a prize .were effered for the best turned-out :apprentice at Rosehill, wee Bobby Adams would walk away with it. Bobby is attached to the stables of Fred :::Adams, with whom A'rtie Ward and Jimmie Foley - -the latter now doing well ,in Ceylon-serv ed their time. i: ' . Although carrying the same surname, Bobby is not related to his bosr. Well-known figure in sport r15 circles in the yester-years, Ned. Stevens, returned home last week after a lengthy stay in hos pital. If you can get him to talk about the meetings at Pros-. pect, Smithfield and other neai- by courses, you: will hear some-i thing-. A confirmed practical joker, TNed. if h1 got down6 to it, could write an:illuminating book. But it is a bi...

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P.A. FORMED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

P.A. FORMED iResidents have for I ed - the Guildford. Central Progess As sociation. The Association covers an area bounded by the main Liverpool 'iailwiar linge Woodvill e toad, the pipe line and Oxford Street. Meetings ar e. held in the Church of England School HaIll; Guildford, bn, the third Tues day of each month. Mrs. Pearl Leeson, of Man chester Street, Merrylands, died recently. yn Gloucester House, Royal P-irince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown. She is survived, by her hus band and jdaugiter..

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Glamor-In-Miniature At Tots' Fashion Show [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

Glamor- In-Min'a ture At Tots' Fashion Show THAT come-hither look--Elizabcth Oliver, 7, aid Mariiyn Smith, 5, show what~ the young things are wearing at Prilm 'Beach and Bondi this nummer. Possibly unique outside France and the US..A., a fashioni parade exclusively of children's wear was introduced to Parramafta recenly- when the Parents' Committee ?of St. Mark's Day Kindergarten, Gran ville, held a Tiny Tots Fashion Parade at the A.G.L. Auditorium, George Street. 'Twelve engaging kiddies, most of them under 6, modelled a col :lection 'of new styles: in jimnior .fashions, especially created for this parade by IMrs. E; 'A. Fin .ney,. specialist-designer of chil dren's clothes.: Hon. organiser of the show, Mrs. Finney also coni pared the parade. - The little mannequins were Pauline Finney, Stephen Fin nzy,. June Walters, Marilyn Smith,. Denise Khan, Lynrztte and . Colin Banks, Maureen Henry,. Elizabeth Oliver, Carol Turner, Christine and Carolyn Haines. The parade was divided into 6 s...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

IJAYBE there is still time for a get-together to send our local lads, fight ing in Korea, something to show they are not forgot ten this Yuletide. Perhaps Mayor Mobbs could do something about it. + + + O NCE again my sincere thanks to "Paddock to Punter". Harry Quigley, for keeping Roundabout spiining merrily during my short but beneficial stay in the care of "Dr." Port Macquarie. RETURNED, I find our* local Government elections hot exactly setting the river, on fire, but in Port Macquarie every body's hut-up over the set-up. Twenty-one candidates are in the field for r.ine seats in the Port Macquarie Council and where'er you walk - in pub, or S.P. parlor-citizens are freely taking the odds against their particular pick. On the assumotio'- i tht the ins are hard to out, the Sl>. boys have sittind aldermevrer z. sho;(t odds. a Laibor aspirnrkscafe figure quotes, a-id'' I grieve to state, thettwo woinen candidatts, at write your own ticket prices. BRIGHT bit from the business paper...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

f~,1o w every ne Hai Bl..... Somen are wese .F --YES Wise enough to kfiow that every woman can't follow every new Hair" Style Fashion Individuality : That is the Secret of BEAUTY ,gY'our hair must be patterned to framie anid flatter your face. You may rest assured of an individual approach to all your hair problems at 36 George Street, Phrramatta ' Sydney and Suburs FURS DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER i See Our Factory Show room Display. iFor your fur requirements Consult us with your Fur Problens., Making up of furs to in dividual style .r measure. RepaBis , Cleanin & Re i modelling, oe Tn ning, Dyeing and Making" Up of your own skins. We can now offer im ported white lappin Even- , ing Capes. Priced from . 9.. £6/6/ M. De-Barte 'Mfg. Furrier. Arcade Chambers, ' Parramatta -- UW. 9339 is. happ.er Will. with a? a" Ben e Biiou: The moderni 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 instrum...

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WANT DOLLARS FOR SEEDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

WANT DOLLARS FOR SEEDS Dollars should be made avail able for the importation of flower seeds from America, Mr. Eric Rumsey, President of the N.S.W. Seedmen's Association said at the Eighth Convention of Australian Seed Merchants held at the Hotel Bondi. Mr. Rumsey said there were 10,000 flower growers in N.S.W. depending on flowers for their living, Australia, he said, wasthe only country in the. sterling group which had totally prohibited the use of dollars for the purchase of flower seeds. There :were many varieties Australiai> flower growers had been unable to seed satisfactorily during the 10 years of the dollar ban as Euio pean sources of supply were found to be unsatisfactory. Mr. Rumsey urged the Federal Treasurer (Mr. FaCIden) to allo cate '£15,000 in dollars for the purchase.of seeds from America.

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GAY FINALE TO "KATINKA" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

SGAY FINALE TO ""KATINKA" Showers of colourful stream 'rs balloons and ,confetti toss e·d from" gallery and stage of the City Hall marked the close of Parramatta Musical Comedy Company's recent successful 5-night presentation of 'Ka. tinka." Addressing a capacity audience after the final curtain, the M\ayor of Parramatta, Alderman E. A. Mdbbs, congratulated the players on a fine production. Inviting the audience to show their apprecialtion of the Conm parey's performance, the Mayor said, "Parramatta residenth often declare this City Hall of ours should be pulled down. Well, do your part-put your- hands to gether and lift the roof!" .On behalf of the president of Parramatta Police-Citizens Boys' Club, Mr. Terry O'Shea accept ed. a cheque donation, proceeds from the show, from the presi dent of P.M.C.C., Mr. A. J. Brown, who later announced that Mr. O'Shea had privately donated £85 to thie Company's funds. Mr. Brown expressed the thanrks and appreciation of .Mr; O'Shea's generosity on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

Ai- T WESTERI PiANO HOUSE front asa .AreA o e 6 weekly, little as . Yes, you ccin have complete home entertainment this XMAS with your new: radiogram from Western Piano House. There's only 4 weeks-until Christ mas and you may have this mag nificent radiogram for only a low deposit and the easiest .of weekly terms. KRIESLER 3-i.n-one It's your dream radiogram come true; It features three separate entertainment units each giving you three times the entertainment value of. ordinary radio-and all three incorporated in a plastic cabinet which is streamlined and sealed. Cash Priced at only ........... . ...... £40/2/6 1 ESLER. Thble Model Another member of the Kriesler family is the famous "Table Model". lt's, the best set at any price-housed in on ultra modern designed cabinet of plastic, it features a five valve world range receiver, and a dial equal in size to a console model. , Cash Price .... £28/13/4 Orfor only ........ . . .... 6 6 wkly. The Perfect 2nd Se KRIESLER~ MANTEL The baby...

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Depot Site Ideal For Community Hotel Says Ald. Musto [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

Depot Site Ideal For Community Hotel Says Ald. Musto Parramatta City Council's depot in Market Street,- Parramatta, was an "ideal" site for a com munity hotel, Alderman W. R. Musto claimed re cently. At a Council meeting, he opposed suggestions that the site should be sold to The King's School to enable extension of its activities. Before Couniil was a report from Parramatta ward commit tee, containing an application from the school to purchase the land. Council later referred the mat ter back to the committee. Urging Council to deal with the matter immediately, Ald. Musto- said' :a. decision on the school's application was of "ut most" importance to "our civic centre." "This -land could be used for the building of a community centre, or a community hotel," Ald. Musto said. "If we are going' to demon strate any civic pride in our city, we can start right at the depot, and prepare a beautifica tion scheme." Alderman Musto said that the Council bof Wagga had ddne much to advance the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

Dispensing Chenmist e KODAK SUPPLIES o ARGYLE STREET, PARRAMATTA Opp. Station. Telephone: UW 9270 von vonP "~HFOR & ~l~4.dr A~ 47/E "FO BE¶TER BETTE CAMERAS" CAMERAS' :. ,IERA " E .. CAM"E.RA S" Kodak BrownieS Box Cameras, From 21/ Foding Cameras, ::From` S£5/14/. ..BROWNIE REFLEX £3/4/9. FLEXARET II -With f4.5 lens, Prontor Shutter, £29/15/0. S(With Case) Purina Special, . i GASS:' PHARACY ALL MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDEID TO.::. SFOR 24-HOUR DEVELOPING & !PRINTING .ERVICE. DEVELOPING AND :PRINTING FINISHED NEXiT DAY 5 p.m. S49 George St. Opp. Gas. Co. Phone UW 8258 P- . earraatt BEAS Pendants Watches Crystal FOR Pearls Brushware Silverware - lD ' TS M. Bess ,~s / rcrina C/ Potr 347 CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA rss /, CJina Pottery (Justy over Lennox Bridge) take pkeasure in announcring their appointment as Parramatfta Agenr for the famous the, small streamlined piano built by Australians- for Au'stralians Prospectlve bLEycis ore cCrdiaoIy invited 'to call at Western P1i...

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CARTER TWICE ACCIDENT VICTIM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

CARTER TWICE ACCIDENT VICTIM A breadcarter who was treat ed at Parramatta District Hos pital, recerily, for head injuries when he slipped and fell while delivering in Merrylands, was again taken to the hospital, last week, following a similar acci dent. He is" Joseph Smoothey, of Campbell Place, Merrylands. Smoothey suffered severe con cussion, and abrasions to the head, when he fell heavily after leaving a house' in Military Rd., .Guildford. Parramatta Ambulance took Smoothey to Parramatta District Hospital, where he was admit ted. Or both occasions Smoothey was wearing rubber boots; which had apparently slipped on wet pavements, Ambulance officers say.

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FINED FOR S.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

FINED FOR S.P. Arthur Ross (28) motor driver, of Victoria Street, Granville, was fined £20. by Mr..Brown, S.M., itt Parramnatta Court, Tast week br a charge of S.P. betting. Ross pleaded guilty to accept ing S.P. bets. at a house in Mil ton Street, Granville. Accoi:ding to evidence Ross had recorded 45 .bets ranging from 6d. to 21 at the house.

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SPEEDWAY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

SPEEDWAY NOTES At Parramatta Speedway last week, heats of the N.S.W. Junior Cham pionshiip were run. M. Neil and W. .Jemison finished with 14 points each, and Neil won .he run-off. Aiustralian champion Aub Lawson presented Neil with the Auto Cyple UJnion Sash, and the Auto Speed ;'ays trophy. No'more meetings will be held until the electricity ban is lifted. ..Champions Aub Lawson and .The White Ghost, Ken Le Breton, will appear at the next meeting. The Panther Club wil. hold ,its r:~t meeting .at .the Parriamatta School of Arts on Monday night.. De; comber 4. when English Speedway .!ms will be shown. All club mem .ers are invited.

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BALL BENEFITED GOOD CAUSES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

BALL BIENEFITED GOOD CAUSES TIhe Mayor of Parramata (Ald E. A. Mobbs) has handed to the Chairmanan of Parramatta District Hospital Board (IMr. P. H. Jeffery) a cheque for £74 .from pro2 ceeds df the 1950 Mayoral Ball. : Alderman Mobbs also handed Mr. Jeffery a simi lar amount towards the funds of the Parramatta SSoldiers' Memorial Hall Committee, of whlich Mr. Jeffery is president.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

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I'm Told That.... [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

SCRIPT of Parramatta Musical Society's forthcoming production; "A Little Dutch Girl," calls for only one genuine Dutchman, and this role is being played by Dutch-born. Johan Kuypers. Johan nas uean in Australia for 5 years, comirg out towards the end of the war to serve as a flyer with. the Air Force. A University undergraduate when the Germans over-ran Holland, after graduation he went under ground rather than help Hitler make submarinies. D-Day gave escape to Eng land, from where he was sent to Australia and here settled in so well he row considers himself more a "dinkum Aussie" than one born here. To wit,. During casting of P.M.S. shovw' "Rose Marie," when producer* Charles Christey explained to Johan he was to play a French Canadian with broken accent,* he caught on immediately: "I see," :said Johan gravely, "I play one of zose foreign blokes." + + + *I JUST ENGAGED are Beth, elder daughter of Mr. ard Mrs. H. Ferguson, of Guildford, and John, elder son of Mr. J. H. Matthews, of ...

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULT A Grade WESTMEAD v. RANGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 November 1950

:~·.:':-! A· · ·- · ··,-r A Grade WESTMEAD v. RANGERS VWESTMEAD, first irauirigs, 208 (F. Wright 72, C. Lothian 69, W. \fatheson 4/34, R. Cunneen 4/53, R. Betts 2/29). IRANGERS, first innings; 1/9. A Reserve Grade HOWAIR AUTO v. SHAMROCKS HOWARD AUTO, first innings, 193. (K. Krowfoot 45, A. Hyslop 35, R. Bolton 37, J. Matherson 51, G. Collins 3 for 74). SHAMROCKS, first innings, 1 for 29. (R. Dalglish not out 25, A. Hyslop 1-15). KELBURN v. BAULKHiAM HILL$i BAULKHAM HILLS, first ir.m ings 45 (Anderson 3-1, Corben 3-19, Mayes 2-5. KELBIURN, first innings, 4-48 (Blundell 4-13, Brown not iiut 19). Bi, Division I BONDS v. BLACKTOWN WANDERERS BLACKTOWN WANDERERS, first innings, 185. BONDS, first innings, 2-19. CARLINGFORD v. MERRY LANDS SOCIAL CARLINGFORD, first inr~ngs, 236, (E. Waters 63). MERRYLANDS SOCIAL, first innings 1-12. B2, DiviSion 1 PARRAMATTA R.S.L. v. HOWARD AUTO PARRAMATTA R.S.L. first innings, 84. (Emery 33, Diamond 19, Davies 6-15). HOWARD AUTO, first innings, 3-58. .* H...

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