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PROTEST ON DOUBLE-DECKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

PROTEST ON DOUBLE - DECKERS Parramatta City Council is ob jccting to the "use of double decker buses to transport school children to Granville Olympic pool. Council has protested to the operator of the service, saying it will agree only to the use of buses on main roads in the area. Council contends that its roads are "not constructed to carry heavy double-decker buses. Drawing of the MViss Australia Quest Art Union No. 3 has been extended to January 7, 1951. Butts and money must be re turned by December 29, 1950.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Granville Wedding [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Granville Weddinig A very pretty wedding was held recently at St. Mark's, Granville, when Eugenie,. elder daughter of Mrs. W. McMullen, formerly of Granville, was married to Mr. Arthur Marnning, of Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. The Rev. C. L. Oliver officiat ed at the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her grandfather, Mr. Hurst, wore a classical gown of slipper satin with 4-tiered tulle veil held by a coronet of orange blossom. Bridesmaids were Misses Elaine McMullen (sister of the bride) and Merle Manning (sister of the bridegroom) wearing buttercup faille gowns, with bouquets of talisman roses. Best man was Mr. John Wil liams and Mr. Doug Manning, the groom's brother, was groomsman. Reception for about 80 guests was held at the School of Arts, Granville, after the ceremony, when musical items were pro vided by Mrs. Joyce Mulligan and Miss Margaret Manning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

NbOTE THE,; LOCATION $ 2S CHURCH STREET LA'i.BY' FOR XMAS' AT' YOUR . . -, NEW VIEN'S ,WEAR S*HOP. - STAMINA" :JACKETS, Satin a Sports Triusers, : " .- Twill, Zi? ..? . A7 SAFARI; "STAMIINA" JACKETS, long j Walk Shorts *. lee yes, Fawn ... ° 'MERCERRY, CLOTH-IN: G,,T A:ILORING, ;FOOTWEAR. 125 CHURCH STREEET. PARRAMATTA. 0NE)i3T OR>Q.SHUTh'S" CAF UW1 9835. 1CASHLO S.Available .'promptly, .£5 to £.500. SSmall loans without security. P:.RENT??.IICE -CASH:. ORfBERiS PTY. LTD., 327 Church St., PARRAMATTA PRAVAN C OR LT Large and roomy, every cony., very clean, like new.. Offers wanted. ' - L. ROSE -.: Phone B?aektown 219, . or call Nirvana °Picnic Ground. Y40 A WEEK'S ASH PICKED UP AND DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR:: RL24 I g80U, R AND THE COST IS ,For Each :BIG 91b. (Dry Weight) BAGFUL.: - We use BENDiX Washing Machines. Your Laundry will be .Double Washed (i.e., washed twice) in a machine by itself urider hygienic conditions. AN ANTISEPTIC IS ADDED TO EVERY WASH. Phone WMI3s8 you can earn ...

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COMPETITION RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

COMPETITION RESULTS Following are winners of, guess ing competitions conducted re cently at Parramatta District Hospital annual fete: Bag of potatoes, won by Mrs. Schuman, 14 Queen St., Granville (41A); nightgown sachet, Mrs. Williams, Lewis Street, Granville (33L); box of fruit, D. Loudon, Parra matta V.A.D. (19); child's frock and doll, Mrs. Currie, Parramatta District Hospital (76BB).

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"VISITORS' DAY" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

"VISITORS' DAY" The grounds of the Boys' De-: partment at Granville. Central School were crowded last Thurs day for the Visitors' Day and Exhibition. Headmaster, Mr. E. A. Couch man, who originated Visitors' Day, said it was intended to give parents anr idea of the pro gress their children were mak ing and to encourage pi'ospective pupils. Visitors were amazed at the wealth of talent revealed by the Exhibition, all evidence, of careful and patient tuition. The highly colourful design section was a delight to the eye and unusual ability was displayed in the woodwork section. Mr. Couchman said he intend, ed to make Visitors' Day an an nual event.

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Government Inaction On Flood Damage [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Government inaction On Flood Damage The N.S.W. Governmenrt had neglected to take, any steps to repair. flood damage in some parts of N.S.W. and thus had greatly increased danger from future flooding, Mr. B. S. L. Deane, M.L.A., said today. The case in point, said Mr. Deane, was that of Freeman's Reach on the Hawkesbury River near Win:lsor. During the floods of June, 1949, extensive damage was caused by the river breaking its ban1s in this -area. At the request of the Colo Shire Council, Mr. Finnan, M.L.A., and officials of the Department of Local Government and Public Works inspected the area. Mr. Finnan. said at that time that the damage was extensive and pro mised immediate assistance. To date, stated Mr. Deane,' despite rb-quests from the Council, the Government has done nothing and valuable farming land is being, lost. In its Ipresent state the riv:r could easily Change its. course. at this point and if this were to happen the township of Windsor would be deprived of its water s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

CITY OF PARRuuAMVATTA ' OlIDINARY ELECTION OF .ALDERMEN DECLARATION OF THE POLL Nctice is hereby given that the Poll of Electors taken on Saturday, 2nd December, 1950, resulted as ,ollows: Names of Candidates: _ ` POLLING PLACES 2 0o PARRAMATTA WARD O " a2 < I 0LLETT, Rex Gladstone .... 3026 1178 2055 1835 577 810 130 9611 ORWOOD, Hedley Victor .... 3000 1.160 1983 1843 562 805 128 9481 EFFERY, Philip Henry .. 3065 1175 2054 1903 '594 820 132 9748 HISTO, Walter Robert .... .... 29,, 1122 1963 1763 573 790 121 9265 TOMAS, Alfred Robert Cayley 2795 1093 1698 1644 558 791 128 8707 VEBB, Horace Osval'd .... .... 2504 1070 1772 1536 457 628 127 8094 ,UTTON, Harold Macgregor .... 1565 504 1189 1153 279 414 26 5130 18888 7302 12714 11682 3600. 5058 792 60036 Informal Votes .... .... .... • 383 139 271 173 93 138 2 1199 P 0 PRANVILLEA WARD - _ _ _ _ _ _ LLSDON, Stanley Jamestone .... 255 461178 2 055 1835 577 810 1363 0 56811 DONOUGH, Fredley Victor .... 2339 434 158 56 798562 80...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

IN MEMORIAM SAGGS.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother Florence Emily, who passed away December 3, 1947. Always remembered by her husband and family. VIDILINI.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Frank, who passed away December 10, 1948. Deep in our hearts A, memory is kept. Inserted by his ever loving wife and family.

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"Vigilance Committee" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

'Vigilance Committee" Residents of West Epping have ormed a vigilance committee to protect parks and gardens in the ea from vanidalism. The group will be known -as oftus Square Committee. Parramatta City Council has greed to officially; recognise. the ommitteei and Alderman E. S,: Dhudleigh has been appointed thairman. : Council is carrying out ex ensive improvement 'works AtD ublic: reserves. i n,; thl:. area., ..:

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WOOLMER'S FINE EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

WOOLMER'S FINE EFFORT Gordon Woolmer bowled Cumber nd to a first innings win against estern Suburbs at Pratten Park a Saturday. Woolmer finished with for 26. Re was well supported by A. How 11 (3 for 22). WESTERN SUBURBS, first innings, 4.-D. Washington, c Anderson. b oolnier, 1; T. Brown, c Alderson, Woolmer, 2; R. Bowden, c Ritchie, Woolmer, 8; R. Tophaim. c Ander on. b Woolmer, .7; R. Nolan, b Cor ock, 27; R. Frost, lbw. b Woolmer, W. Wellham, c Anderson, b How 11, 11; K. Edwards. run out, 10; J. ight, b Howell. 8: S. Edwards, c lderson, b Howell, 3; B. Wales, not Ut, 0; sundries 7. Bowling: G. Woolmer 5-26. A. owell 3-22, W. Cornock 1-29. CUMBERLAND, first innings, 6 for 24.-A, Alderson, c and b Wellham, G. 'Hawker, run out, 11; B. itchie, not out. 28; L. Smith, c olan .b S. Edwards, 25; N. Lock art, run out, 22; S. Teale. c Wales, -Frost, 5; W. Cornock, c Frost, b K. dwards, 19: sundiies, 7. SBowling: R. Frost 1.-29, W. Well anm 1-32, J. Knight 0-17. S. Ed ards 1-10. K. Edwards...

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INVESTIGATION ON BUS TERMINAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

INVESTIGATIQN, ON Start on the proposed bus tert minal at Merrjrlafids railwvay sta tion is being ,help-up 'pending completion of . iinvestigations by ,the .Secretary for Railways; !tMr. Nicholads). Whether the scheme will be adopted or abandoned depends on the findings of Mr. Nicholas. Hodroyd Council recently pro .posed the plan to the Railways Department, when local traffic, 'Transport Department and Police Branch authorities . sought a solution to the "hazardous" turn. ing-round of buses in MIuerry lands Road, at the railway sta tion. The plan provides for the ac quisition of certain sections of -railway property, cor.:truction of a turn-table road, forming an unbroken turning circuit for buses and beautification of the area. Alderman L. Young, at Coun cil -meeting, said he was "fed up" with delay of the Depart ment in reaching a decision on the matter. "We've been waiting five months now, and it looks as though we've got to wait still longer," he said. The Mayor (Ald. W. Campbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

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Water Extensions [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Water - Extensions The Metropolitan Watei Board proposes extersions to water mains in certain sections of Hol, royd Municipality. The work will be commenced when cor..titions permit. Watermains in Moss Place, Westmead, will be extended 285 ft. to serve two buildings and a vacant building lot. In Paton St., Merrylands, mains will be extended 400ft. to serve two proposed homes, and 13 vacant allotments.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Ride while you work with a MG5 CRAWLER. with , I . Power. Take-off The Ransomes means SLOW COST MECHANISATION for Market Gardens, Orchards, Vineyards and all PrimAry Producers. .You can plough, harrow, cultivate or hoe, and perform an infinite range of jobs with the various MG5 attachments.. Demonstrations arranged. - Consult your Local Dealer. EORGE HOWELL Greot Western 'Highway, Penrith Phone:. B 221, B 222 Do you want a soft curly Perm for your Holidays IF SO WHY NOT TRY JUNE RUSSELL s87'A .MACQUARIE STREET, PARRAMATTA who have Perms ranging from 10/6 to 35/-. an~d also Self-setting Cold-wave for :£2/10/. Lairgest Stock in District :Large assortment of English and /Italian DOLLS, priced from 2/6 -to £121/212-. D OLLS' PRAMS ..... 9/6 to £6/12/6 TRAIN SETS ... ..... 1.2/6 t-o £3/10/ AI Classes of Plastic and * et anicelI Toys SBASKETS .Large Range TEDDY BEARS and A good Xmas Gift ,, TEA SETS' STOYS ® FUR DOGS . ROCK-AWAY * CANE CHAIRS STABLE and CHAIRS " '`PIANOS Mottled Cane or W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

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PHONE—SOMEDAY! [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

PHONE - SOMEDAY! Work or, the installation of a public telephone at the corner of Merrylands Road, and Pitt St., Merrylands, will be -commenced when conditions permit, the P.M.G. Department has told Holroyd Council. Council recently asked the Department to transfer a public telephone at Merrylands railway station to the new site. British migrants, residents Eof Merrylands Housing Commission Settlement, .propose to form a social club. They wlil hold a social. at Merrylands School of Arts on Saturday, December 9, com mer.._ing at 7.30 p.m.

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P'MATTA PROPERTY BROUGHT £8,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

P'MATTA PROPERTY BROUGHT £8,000 Church Street, Parramatta, property occupied by William Metcalfe, Ltd., funeral directors, was sold recently for £8000. Purchaser is the Cumberland Insurance Co. Ltd. The property has a frontage of 29 feet to Church Street, with a depth of 300 feet. This is equivalent to £276 per foot with the buildings. Agents for the sale were E. D. Rowston, Wade & Co., of Parramatta and Richard Stanton & Sons Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950

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Seaside Honeymoon [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950

Seaside Honeymoon SReception for 100 guests was held at The Caraleon, follow ing the recent wedding at All Saints,. Parramatta, of Pat ricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Higgins, of Merrylands and Neville, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Weekes, of Parra matta. The bride wore a gown of magnolia embroidered satin and three-tiered veil held by a Juliet cap. She carried a bouquet of November lilies, gladioli and gardenias. Bridesmaid Beverley Peterson was in graen and gold silk net with matching picture hat and carried a bouquet of red roses. Little flower girl, Carol Lynch, aged 6, wore blue and pirk silk net and carried a basket of mixed flowers. Mr. Walter Hilder was best man. The bride's mother, Mrs. George Higgins, wore beaded blue moss crepe with black accessories, and pink floral cor sage. Mrs. F. Weekes, mother of the 'groom, chose a black mono tone printed silk worn with black accessories and also added a pink floral corsage. The young couple travelled to Southport (Queensland) for...

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She's Sold On Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950

She's Sold O0n Sydfey Victoria's "Miss Teenager," pretty Roma Pascoe (19), of Melbourtne, thinks so highly of Sydney after spending a short holiday in and about the metropolis that she hopes to return here to make her , permanent home in the near future. Roma, who returned to Aus tralia on the Wanganella or. No veminber 27 after a 3 weeks' tour of New Zealand as "Miss Teen ager of Victoria," stayed last week with her cousin, Mr. Monty Corben, and his wife, at their home at 49 Wentworth Street, Pendle Hill. On Monday, she left for Macleay Street, Kings Cross, where she will spend the remainder of her stay in Syd r. y, accompanied by her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pascoe, of Pahran, Melbourne. Last week Mr. Monty Corben 'phoned '-the "Argus" office to tell us about Roma's visit to his home. Asked how his cousin liked Parramatta, Mr. Corben replied, "Well, she went into Parramatta with my wife yester day to have a look at the shop ping. centre ..and came home with 3 frocks she had no in...

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