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Council Defers Survey Of "New Street" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

Council Defers Survey ,Of "New Street" Parramatta City Coun cil decided last week to defer survey of the new street plan between Mac quarie and George Streets until legal opin ion,' had been obtained on Council's power to acquire and sell proper ties on the route. This was decided after dis cussion of rotice of motion bV Ald. W. R. Musto urging that work on the implementation of the new street scheme previously adopted by council be comrn-. menced immediately. Ald. Musto said sole purpose of the motion was to outline to those wishing to establish busi nesses in Parramatta areas in which developmental changes could be expected. A clear statement on Cour. cil's planning intentions would help business men" decide whether or not .an industry or commercial house could be established within a certain area. He said land in the vicinity of Macquarie and George and through to Phillip Streets was the most valuable in the muni cipality but builders ignorant of council's plans' were unwilling t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PARRAMATTA" SMITH STREET, PARRAMATTA SERVICES : SUNDAY, 10.30 o.m. and 7.15 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 10.30 a.m. Wednesday Evening Meetings, at 8 o'clock, include Teslimonies of Christian Science Healing. Reading Room and Free Library 12.0 till 5.0, Monday to Friday, Wednesday 7.30. *. ~ERWVL~NBS and SUILB~ORD CUMBERLAND REFRIGERATON CO. PITT STREET, MERRYLANDS. Electrice, ComImercial & Domestic Sales, Service and Overhauls. UW 6868 - After Hours UW 7243 and LL 3568. PROPRIETORS: F. SPRING-16 years' Service Experience. L. SPARK-13 years' Service Experience. HOLIDAY TIME IS SNAPSHOT TIME LEAVE YOUR FILMS WITH US. RELIABLE DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SERVICE. LEARN DRESSMAKP G. The "MELVERN WAY" will teach you to Design, Cut and Make in 24 Weeks. RING UW 3290 FOR APPOINTMENT MISS V. JACKSON - Principal. Melvern College of Dressmaking MYALL STREET, MERRYLANDS GUILDFORD HARDWARE CO. FOR CORRECT PRICES, SERVICE AND CIVILITY. 'PHONE' UW 9164---WE DELIVER--...

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OVAL READY FOR FOOTBALL SEASON [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

OVAL .READY FOR FOOTBALL SEASON Cumberland Oval will be in excellent condition for the first match of the football season next Saturday. The newly - levelled playing ground is thoroughly grassed and in perfect condition. All seats are being pit into good repair. Sloping banks have been built which can accommodate about 1000' spectators. These "hills" will provide spec tators with a grand-stand view of the game. The small pavillion, entrance gates, scoring-board and other woodwork have been re-painted and coisiidirablyl biighteried! A? nie: adcesS- road' lias: bleei conistiTitetd: • for cairs- attending the Oval. This- is iiitended tb let traffiH get aiaay quicklr. The rici- iin' spirit! heli' th)e poor iii oie: gia.id b1rotlier Hobd, all' iaviiig the same Ptin ciple, or Father; and blessed. is the man who seeth his brother's need and supplieth it, seeking his own in another's good. -Mary Baker Eddy.

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P'MATTA'S BIG BOWLS CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

P'MATTA'S BIG BOWLS CARNIVAL Parramatta Bowling Club is about to stage a big carnival which, weather permitting, will commence on Monday, April 17. 'Entries are so numerous that those respon sible for the organisation will experience a busy week. Seventy pairs and 36 fours have nominated, clubs repre sented being both metropolitan and State. Parramatta has four greens, which will accommodate 240 players, and in, the early rounds there will not be much vacant space. HARRY CROUCH TROPHY. Two matches were played last week in the Harry Crouch Trophy, the home team winning one easily and being battered fore and aft in the.other. Chiefly as a result of a sub stantial win by Len Vidler Jnr.'s four, Parramatta downed War ringah 82-43. Supporting Vidler in the slaughter were Strachan, Hewitt and Platt, and the win ning margin against Jones' four was 37 points--43-6. Pye, Harris, Evernden and Ewart (P.) beat Berry's four, 25-14. Pollock, Lee, Hodgkinson and Telfer (P.) were beaten by Walker's...

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LEGACY GROUP HAS NEW OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 April 1950

LEGACY GROUP HAS NEW OFFICE The offices of the Parramatta District Legacy Contact Group will now be situated at the council chambers of the Gran ville Town Hall, Carlton Street, Granville The group have for the past year, been using portion of a suite at 69 George Street, Parra matta, made available by the chairman of the Family Welfare Committee, Dr. J. E. P. Hogg, but have now .been Sfortunate enough to have submitted the successful tender for- the coun cil rooms at Granville Town Hall. This will enable the group to centralise its activities in one building, and obtain better co ordination between the Junior Welfare, Family Welfare, Medi cal, Education and Employment activities. The offices will be open from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. for any widows and orphans eligible for Legacy benefits to come for assistance or advice. The trained social worker will be on duty. -The Junior Welfare gymnasium nights are Tuesday for boys, and Thursday for girls, from 6.30 to 8.30,...

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REVIEW OF STOCK ROUTES PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

REVIEW --OF STOCK" ROUTES PROPOSED The M1inister for Lands (Mr. Sheahan) said t6-day he would take up withfi the Premier the question of reviewing all, travel ling stock routes, commons and similar reserves. The purpose of the review, he said, wouild be to determine whether, in the public interest, the areas, or Lparts of them, could be made available to seasonal workers in the various districs. The Minister was commenting on a questiorA in the Legislative Assembly by Mr. Nott, M.L.A. (Liverpool Plains), who asked him to investigate a report that travelling stock routes were not being used for travelling stock and many were rabbit and weed infested. Mr. Sheahan said conditions and circumstances had chang ed considerably since the 1870's and 80's when many travelling stock routes were dedicated. Motor transport now played an. importa'nt part: in moving stock. He added that he could not say whether reserves were weed and rabbit infested. In some places they were, but many !Pastures :P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

cOOD VALUE AT YOUR 2rEW 4ENf'S WEAR SHOP Pyjama Pant s, •co o flannelette 1 7 iAthletic Singlets, I white cottn FRED COBCROF T .MEN'S WEAR~Ri ,125 Church Street, PARRAMATTA . (Next door Shute's Cafe) THE LESS THAN HALF-PRICE STORE For Furniture, Tools, Etc. "Money Saved is Money Earned", AND LISTEN ! If you have Tools Of Trade, Guns, Rifles, Fishing: Rods, -or anything of value WE ARE CASH BUYERS. "TURNER'S" 82 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA The Cheapest Store in Town. CHRBISTAN SC-~$ICEN FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PARRAMATTA SMITH STREET, PARRAMATTA SERVICES: 'SUNDAY, 10.30 a:m. and 7.15 p.rn. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 10.30 ?am. WedneSday Evening' Meetings, ~t i8'cclock, iriclude Testimonies of Christian Science Healing. Reading Room. and Free Library 1.2.0 till 5.P, Monday to Friday, Wednesday 7.30. . - Learn to Drivel! Obtain expert tuition under experienced, profe~ssional teachers. ?d?i e . aou ., car p pro4Ide& ~nd flessons arranged t suit. riself from' 7 ia.m. to 8 p.m., incl...

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Holroyd Building [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

Horoyryd Bilding . Building .applications totalling £49,815 were received\ by Hol royd Council dui-ing irg':the' ,paBit fomtnight. : . Details are:' W. Weare, Monocrete cottage, £22000; W. Conner, F/T cottage and garage, £1,600; R. Monk, F/T cottage, £1330; R. Edwards, FiT cottage, £2000;: R. Edwards, F/T cottage, £2000;" 'C Power, F/T cottage, £1820; R. Lambert, F/T cottage, £1090; E.s.Crozier, additions to cottage, £80; A. Booth, garage,- £130; E. 'Whit field, F/T cottage, £1500; E. Pearson, additions to cottage, £200; S. Clugston, additions to cottage and garage, £200; W. Mulvey, garage, £115; H. :Beattie, additions to cottage, £200; D. Messer, F/T cottage, £1400; R. Hewitt, BV/T cottage, £2000; M. Vidziunas, garage, £70; E. Bann, garage, £50; J. Quirk, F/T cottage, £1000; A. Gatt, garage, £60; A. Felstead, F/T cottage, £1400; A. Robertson, F/T cottage and garage, £1120; I. Weldon, garage, £90; H. Mathieson, garage, £70; J. Mc Enally, F/T cottage, £1600; A. Amos, FiT cottage, £20...

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L.G. CONVENTION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

L.G. CONVENTION Cani Local Gboveriment Satisfy community needs? This, and other questions, will be asked and answered by lead ing Local Govelmihent speakers at a Piil3libc Convention beinig arranged at Tainworth on Thurs day and Friday, Miay 4 and. 5. The secretary of the Ldoal Goveriiment arind Shired Associa tion (Mr. A. Mainei-d) in a state inent issued to-day, said: "The Cdrvention aimed to encoiurage a better understanding with :thu people of the: great vyalue and esBeitial nature of Local Govern m nt and to stimulate greater .activity within Local Government *itself to satisfy community neuds. "Local Governnient musl have the. capacity to serve efficieitly i'id complitely if it is to sutir vi.e," said Mr.. Mainerd, "and the Convention is designed to piovide a frank exchange of ideas between Local Governmerit .nd local leaders repiresenting the jpeople. "Further Cohventions, will be held lat?i in the xiestern aiid southern portions of th'e State. Local Goverhiment is determiine...

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OPPOSITION TASK IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

OPPOSITION TASK IN N.S.W. ;Td wjn4'the, State Goveirnment the N.S:W. Liberal aiil Counitrs P rties. would have to gain an other 12 &eats at th comming elec tipns, the Lib'al, Party's presi dent, Mr. L'y;i. 1. oiore, warnid its - State. Council last week. :"Wi Liberals arie in a positibi of gireat electidn dvanitage. We Sere nev.ei .in . better, shape and aIl preparations have been made," he said. "But there are draw b~cks. We have to make up that 1gewa, in seats, dind We alre tend rig to be too sure of ourselves. "Our success at the Federnil e ectidnis has inclined us to be smug and self-satisfied. Over c.nfidence is a very dangerous thing. It ledds td avoidatice of distasteful things and the taking of the easy path. "The people are looking to us to provide an anti-Socialiit State Government, so that, in Niew South Wales, the Federal Gov e~rnment can, by' co-operation with such a'Governinent, imple ment fully the mandate against Socialism given it at the Federal elections." ...

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Cooking Competition [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

Cooking Competition A. cookery competition will be held. in the Parramatta Town, Hhll on Thursday, Api;'l .2, Iby. tie Rebekdh Suction of. the I.O.O.F,. Lodge. Thi? ?dmpietitiori should evoke great iritiiest in Parraniatta and sriroun.ding district as ther aire six sectibns -two of themn fbi dhool0girls, and a special Iced and Decorated Cake-to be made abcording to the new "Coihd"' r~cipe--Which is sure to bring fqrth many original ideaS frttrh those laidies who pride themi selves on their decorating prbwiv ess. Also interesting is the fact that Mis: Marie Francis; so well kpown in Parramatta and late of. "Courtlands," has become the Organising and. Publicity Officer for the Rebekahi, so we shall ecpect something very bright and original in their future efforts. Schedules giving particulars of the various sections are obtain able from the Home Service sec tion of The Australian Gas Light. Company or direct from Miss Francis, 6th floor, I.O.O.F. Build ing, 100 Clarence Street, Sydney...

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Roundabout [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

Roundabout By Guest Columnist "Paddock To Punter" Harry Quigley ,ELL - KNOWN sportsmen, Frank Spurway, Bill Kay and Les Ashcroft, who sailed last week for England with an Aus tralian bowls team, picked a por tentous day fbr the start of the big adventure-All Fools' Day., But place no significance in that. Each has had the business brains to make sufficient money to finance several world tours. 0NE of the wealthiest men in this State, Frank Spurway, climbed to affluence from the very basement. As a young man 'he was a tra veller for a bedstead manufac turing firm, but grasping his op portunities he soon had a-bed stead factory of his own. And then he spread into the field of electrical goods. In the racpig world Frank is known as a- big and feairless bettor. Some years ago, wheni he did not loom nearly so large in the commercial world as he does to-day, he put £7,000, on his colt, Soorak, in the V.R.C. Derby and knew he had lost it before the field had gone a fur: long. ' S/HILE ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

. ear Mi* Carr n... AT T~e JA C ONCER-T PARRAMATTA TOWN HALL F1DY 4th APR COMMENCING 8 P.M. BOOKINGS IOHNSTON'S MUSIC STORE, Macq==rie Street, PARRAMATTA. COW ELL & :C. Sitrra .i.. . . Furnitue St :. 309 CHURI STREET PA ReAM:M A In t:he premises previously occupied by L. L. Dobbie & Co. Ltd. * FELTEX COT MATTRESSES Availcae for i"maedn ae. del??ery. :Lolusland "40 Winketie" Cot iMatitress. MARBLED: ROSE, FAWN, GREEN. Price.... . .. .... ..,.. .£5/19/2 PATTERNED". .... Attractive Nursery Ticking. GREEN,. 'AWN ,& GREEN. PLAIN: PINK, BLUE, LIGHT GREEN, L. S '".. DARK. GREEN. WINE, FAWN. "LOTUSLAND" BROWN, MUSHROOM. We will sew and lay your Feliex T ide Range of Colours and Designs. Expertly and Promptly. From ...... . . £57/19/10 --N-E,., AND * BEDiROOM SUITES SINNEPrSPRING AND- id ste: From . . £88/.10/. SOFT BEDDING Modern. From........ .£66/15/6 4'6" Double Bed Size, Innerspring. £12147 D~ING SUITES F~om£12/4/7:With Popuilar Bow: Ends. From £5il314' 3'6" Thre...

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WARNING ON STREET STALLS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

WARNriNG ON STREET STALLS Councils should be wary of granting organisations permis sion to hold street stalls in suburban shopping centres, Ald. L. Young said at ,Holroyd Council meeting. He was commenting on an application from the Merrylands Parents and Citizens' Association for the right to conduct a street stall .once a month in Merrylands shopping centre. Aid. Young said stalls erected outside retail premises dis rupted business. He said the reaction of some people when sighting a street stall was to cross to the opposite pavement. Street stalls should be located away from retail premises, pre ferably on side streets or vacant lots. The Mayor, Ald. W. Campbell, told Council that although vari ous organisations,. were holding stalls prt day, he felt the app of the asso ciation could not be refused. The Mayor said: "The request, however, for Friday rights un conditionally each month cannot be considered by Council. -"If the association asks per mission monthly it will Ee con [,re...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

However beautiful a piece of mechanism a. motor-car may be, it cannot be compared in dignity and ,graciousness with the horse-drown cod?h. For this reason, fiutiure ceremonial vis-ts paid bIy n~wly appointed, Foreigri Ambassadors to His Majesty the King ao BuckingFam .Palace will have an added pomp, for it has recently beeri abihouinced- that they will labain be..driven, to Bucking.om Palace in State landaus and pairs to present their credentiials to His Majiesty the King, a custom discontinued in 1939. This pictiure shb?ys a coachman from.the Royal ,Mevws at Buckingharn Palace irn sutlmer livery, of scarlet w.ith bluecollar and cuffs, gold braid;, and wee'ing a gIold-locid hat with cocd?dde.

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SEX FILM FOR PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

SEX FILM FOR PARRAMATTA Some of Parramatta's leadinm/ citizens were present at the Civia Theatre last week for a private screening of the American sex hygiene film, "The Secrets of Life." The film, which runs for 1j hours, will be shoivn to segre gated audiences over 14 years. It tells of a girl who, unin formed in sexual matters, pays a fearful price for her ignorance. Those attending t he preview were: Mr. J. H. Deelaine, Parra matta manager of the Commer cial Bank; Mr. G. Barr, head- ; master of Parramatta High School; woman doctorl: C. C. Ham mond, of Harr:is Park; Mr. J. K. Osborne, Parramatta manager of the Bank of N.S.W. Commenting upon the film, Mr. Osborne said: "The film is stock fuli- of technical sex knowledge which should be part of the sexual education of every adoles cent." Dr. Hammond said she thought the film was a~ cbmprehensive. case study of what might hap pen to a girl who was ignoran~t of sex matters; She said: "I :think all parents and children shoiuld see thi...

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CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

CORRECTION The advertisement qf S. Gold man and Co., 'which appeared in the Argus on April 5, advertis ing "Rayo" stoves at £8/15/ should read £18/15/-.

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Red Cross Function [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

Red Cross Function Members of the Parramatta Red Cross recently spent an en joyable afternoon at the North mead home of Mr. and Mrs. Arundell. Mr. Arundell showed his own private collection of films, which he had taken in many parts of Australia. One film showed the Red Cross flower display presented in Syd ney recently. Afternoon tea was served by Miss Arundell and Mrs. Clark, after which the president of the Parramatta Red Cross, Mrs.. F. Ewart, thanked Mr. and Miss Arundell for their fine efforts. Collection was £7/10/- for the afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

IPIANOS- PLAYERS- GRANDS See"this beautiful New Upright by - "HOWARD" of England. PRICED AT £215 IT IS REAL: VALLIE SA low deposit" and easy weekly payhmentsP will bring it into your home. Others from £193/15/ TICKNERS 18 Darey St., Parramatta • _ _. , 1 . _ _ ~ .~ CHIMNEY SWEEPING - W. J, CONNELLY CURTAINS AND- ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED. NO, DUST - NO DIRT. Stoves, Grates, Ranges, Coppers, Boilers, etc. S FOR SERVICE - Phone Day or. Night. 9 La~ckey Street, GRANVILLE - UU 11-88 0 !"? 1.R - ""#" ...X* . .. . .of Lod atehe eer e d . • .. .... - A really celightful Suite designed of harmonious inlaid fine veneers . . for soundi construction and excellent appointments this Suite is of particu : ._ larly splendid value . a pleasant surprise for such a very inexpesive price... is in High gloss Polish Walnut 0eneers. •Outstanding Features. .... SThe Bow Front Wardrobe is .fit- The Dressi.ng Tabis feaitures at ted with 3 dustproof drawers, tractive bevel edgie mnirror,. 2~ strongly dovetailed...

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COUNCIL WANTS RULING ON POWER OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 April 1950

COUNCIL WANTS RULING ON POWER - OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE An approach should be made to the Minister for Local Goveinment, Mr. J. J. Cahill, for a ruling on the power claimed by the Public Trustee of excluding members and staffs'of councils from bid ding at public auctions for overdue rates land. Ald. E. H. Martyn said this. at Holroyd Council meeting when discussing a statement from the Trustees that the policy 'of ex clusion had been operative since 1919. The Trustee told Council ad herence to the policy ensured there could be no question in the minds of ,the public' of prefer ment extended to members of Council. Continuity of this policy pro tected the reputations of mem bers and officers of councils and the staff of the Public Trustee office. The Trustee .said while it was appreciated that adherence to the policy might react against indi viduals anxious to acquire par ticular home sites, the principles involved outweighed individual : claims. A recent sale held on behalf of Holroyd Coun...

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