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THE FREE "ARGUS" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

THE FREE "ARGUS" "The Cumberland Argus" becomes a free newspaper from to-day. Its circulation is guaran teed at 22,500 per issue. Area' of circulation is every home, shop, flat and office 'betweei" Nortlmeadý ianl , dilawood, .including. Yennora, - Delwood?' 01 d RGuil-ord, Soutlh Granville, Guild for d, Merrylands,. Granville, Harris Par k,. Canellia, Rosehill, Parra m2:tta, Northmead and West-, mead. News matter is welcome and classified advertisements may be left at, any news agency in'? te district. For space advertising, rin W UW880,4.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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BOWLERS IN TROPHY GAMES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

TROPHY GAMES Parramatta bowlers last:wveek'.: ilayed two matches -in .:the Harry Crouch trophy, winning one and losing the other. They were successfulagainst Strath field,, 75-50, but were beaten by Ran: wick, 57-60.. ,Against Strathfield: Pollock, Thompson, Pegler and Griffin (P) be'at Dodson's four, 33-13. Ross, Tait, Evernden and Hodg, kinison (P) beat Burford's four, 21-14. Hessian, T. Taylor, Warren and Ramsay (P) were beaten by Blanch's four, 21-23. Against Randwick: Pye, Harnwell, Platt and Field ing (P) beat Reid's four, 26-19. Crotich, Webster,, Telfer and Vidler'jr. "(P) tied with Sotuous' four, '19-19. E. ,Hawkins, Harris, A.' Taylor .and Casey (P) were beaten by Holstock's fbur; 12-22. ASHFIELD TROPHY Playing for the Ashfield trophy, Parramatta :was beaten 57-69. Flook, Thompson, Dr.: Main, and Casey (P) were beaten by Ferrier's' four; 19-20. . MdcKy, Strachan, Griffin and Donaldson (P) were beaten by Squires' four, 18-22. Crouch, Tyler, Hessian and Simpson (P) were beat...

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

Miss McLACHLAN Dispensing Chemist 0 KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE STREET, PARRAMATTA .Opp. Station Telephone: UW 9270 "FOR ' f "FOR BETTER * * BETTER CAMERAS" CAMERAS" VYdak Brownie Box Cameras, From 21/- . Foldin Cameras, From .£5/14/ .Amplicolor 35 mm. Strip and Slide Projector, £31/1I0/ Duca 35 mm .. Camera, popu-.... larly known Sa the B4ýN '.... Camera," £4/12/6 ,L.. Purma Special, .' HARMACY ' FOR BE'TTERAMER CAMERAS" FOR 48-HOUR DEVELOPING & PRINTING SERVICE. 49 George St. ..Opp, Gas. Co. r Pbos UW 8258 P ramatta I-) - · //-- : NoNew Pianos FACTORY -RECONDITIONED PIANOS- PLAYERS-GRANPS ' :By:World-ftamous Makers RONISCH - LIPP - KAPS GULBRANSEN BELLING VICTOR -MIGNON BEALE - ESTEY. etc. " CASH OR EASY TERMS W'ESTERN PIANO: 73 MACQUARIE STREET, PARRAMATTA . UW6S48O;| '"~-~-··-Iq-L -q ---------r·~-- g^^MMM -- a-m-- ia'.'~.ak8mj·!!'^^ Have Yeor Tennis ; Racket Restrung -. at - TICKNER'S, 18 DARCY STREET, P'MATTA. UW 9312 Latest Model Rackets and All Accessories Stocked.

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P'TA HIGH PREFECTS INDUCTED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

P'TA HIGH PREFECTS INDUCTED The ceremony of induction for new prefects at Parramatta High School took place before the. assembled school on March 14. The prefects for 1950 are: Wendy Hallman (captain), Anne Stewart (vice-captami), Ruth Adey, Pat Anderson, Aud rey Boston, Shirley Cashmere, Mollie Clayden, Beverley Gore, Valda Gribben, Nancy Hourigan, Janet, Lee, Marea Love, Ranee Payne, Zoya Satrapinsky, :.Dor othy Shoemark. :John Plunkett (captain), Jef frey Sutton (vice-captain), Ken Bhindell', Ray Burdekin, Alan 2a-nbey, Peter Dunr., Neville Hiunt, Ken Johnson, Peter Lowe, Geofge Mooratoff, Lyndon Nor= ris, Laurie Stroud, Peter Thonip son, Harvey Thornton. At the ceremony of induction the pirefects took their pledge of office and were presentedv with their 'badges by 'the headmaster, Mr. G. Barr. In accepting the badges, the prefects promised that they would participate in all' schdbol func tions and do. their best. to up hold the best traditions of the school; while administering...

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

SP CA ! -- "'Fountain" Brand . .. Home Made Style . .OMPS S NS PTY. LTD. "Todr tain "`Bran d:.. -,r Made Style CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA (near Great WITH HEESERoad) SPA H ETTN TOMATO. SAUCE GEORGE STREET, PARRA.lATTA (2 doors from .Tattersall's Hotel), and Harris Park, Wentworthville, Merrylnds. ..Cumberland Argus, Wednesday, March '22, 1950. 1 p - ou if ?.. .. :::.: . k . Housework gives way to.®:. push-button Rout ine ! " The modern housewife can say "farewell" to toilirg-' f-on morning to midnight. Vfha.muff's bring . yoi' Electric Stoves to take the g .iesswork out of cooki..g;. Refrigerators- to keep foods over long periods, avo ding daily trips for shopping; Automatic Homa Laundries that do practically everything but iron the wa.h . . . you have time for leisure and pleasure. These electr c domestic servants pay for themse.ves in the time and 0. ® 0 fuel they save. -. , .* "ETNA" Elevated Oven Stove Tne neatest, most streamlined stove of to-day. Illustrated is the 3-plate. Mod...

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Bowls At Rydalmere Mental Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Bowls At. Rydalnere Miental Hospital At the Rydalmere Mental hlospital green last Sunday teams comprising medical and administrative officers of the pepartment of Public Health played against the Hospital Club members whose rinks itl cluded a number of patients. The very enjoyable day's bowls resulted in a close win by the visitors by two points and the manY spectators witnessed some fine bowling. The green is one of the best in the meiropolitan .districts and &espite the plevious night's rain ,:as in good condition. Mr. Norm ('Wizard") McDonald, the green ikeeper and his team of patients are to be cor.'ratulated. Playing with the visiting team were stalwarts Doctors Hillhard and Stevens, of Patramacta Mental Hospital, Doctor Main, of Gladesville Mental Hospital, and Dr. Kirkwood, of Cailar. park Mental Hospial; presiden Mr. Hoyle, club secretary Mr. High, bowls re-retary Mr. Levis, DIr. Bill Russell, of Earl wood Club, and Mr. Cyril Chap man, of North Sydney Club. The home ...

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Home Service Club Activities [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Home Service Club Activities Mrs. Dorothy Catts, prominent journalist and fashion expert was guest speaker at the Parra matta Home Service Club's so cial on Monday. A business girls' luncheon will be held at the .Gas "Co.; George Street; "Parramatta, on: Friday, March 31, between the -hours of 12 noon and 2 p.m. The Autumn Mannequin Par :ade will be.held: this afternoon at 2 p.m., and tonight at 8 p.m.

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

SCome in and have a .LLA AYE Of course you've heard about it? The Wella - is, a ..time-tested .method, that- has . kept its. popularity. No wonder, because It lasts, and.': sTt Ka , lasts, and. always looks beautiful.f Appointments ] Necessary. 24 MACQUARIE ST., PARRAMATTA . . UW 9123 22 Years of eliable r ading I Il LOUNGE SUITES MADE TO YOUR ORDER .MOQUETTE In Plain and VELVET Floral - TAPESTRY Coverings. - RECOVERING AND REPAIRS. . . All 1Work Guaranteed. - Ma nufacturing Upholsterer 5 TAYLOR STREET, PARRAMATTA 'Phone: UW 9215., ." ;A. .- . .- . ,. . "W• - - IM W , .. ... .. W LI6 SS. io e M l FeUeer .,.. . ... Vani.?y T.?ble ....ha.48. • F M r, 3A d fl w c h .. .. .. . .. .. ... . . .. ..._ . . ... . - PIECMLT Rich Toned Maple Ven n T b . . .. . ... uspr" ,o. Drawe", .n s s r:. Lo__oy - ... 4 6 " Be d - ý . . . ,.V nty S o .and. . +..so ,,. o • mt, h Su te in..i e st le . . ·.ý··%ll~ai::i"r3v)}T :;.. J; :..:": s. - .. .. ": , • . ... ...... D£ . ,. l .. .. .a _.e . . . r.ro:e .,...

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PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

PARTY Mr Don Amery compered last week's Saturday afternoon party in -the Presbyterian Hail, Parra matta. The next in this series will be held on April., 15, at 2 p.m. CLASSIFIED - ADVTS. BRING RESULTS !

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

~·: ~ :· ·· It. -1· ·; I wi ll 27 HRH 1ET PRAAT PURE LLINE TEA TOWELS Armazing value in these pure linen Towels! In attractive all-over colours with smart hemstitched edges. Each 7I /4. PILLOW CASES' HOUSEWIFE STYLE Strong unbleach'd Sltips soon boil li White and give years of wear. `3.' iiiiiii. p ~ O : .. . . : . : .. : { .. : ý vm:} .~ý..-.. . 5 ... ..W EAVEI Colourful Continental-designed weave in a variety of patterns. Heavy quality, ideal for settee covers, etc. --Double Bed Here's a real snap! Soft; white D.B. Sheets in an extra large size and of a heavy, strong quality. Only L£1 each! BLA K WTS BISG SHIPMENTJ UST AR RIVED Dark re Wo Blankets , ldeal..for kiddies and verandah beds. Warm and serviceable. Soft finish,. .. w h ip p ed ed g e ................. ...... ...... ........ ................ ........... " ........ COLOURED "WHITNEY" PURE WOOLt BlANK ETS SThese beautiful. Blahkets from famous "Whitney" mill are available in several Pastel shades, .Blue, .Peah, Green and Pi...

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

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PARRAMATTAS: SMITH STREET, PARRAMATTA 'SERVICES : SUNDAY, 10.30 :.m. and 7.15 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 10.30 a.m: Wednesday Evening Meetinigs, at 8 c'clock, include Testimonies of Christian Science Healing. eoedino R?'om and Free Library 12.0 till 5.0, Monday to Friday, Wednesday 7.30. , • .3. ·. ? ... -? - - -- ----------~--- ---~------------ _CP~· C~~DI·LI·-·-~_C~PLa ·~~dl~~g -'P ~~B~lp;pMEN=~·~~ AaEYL JSNo and GUILDFORDD PITT STREET, MERRYLANDS. PRESCRIPTIONS DISPENSED. MEDICINAL, TOILET & COSMETIC NEEDS SUPPLIED. A COMPLETE PHARMACY SERVICE IS AT YOUR DISPOSAL AT LEARN DR ESS MAKI 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 • A OMPETE-HARACY SERICEIS. T YUR h GUILDFORD HARDWARE CO. FOR CORRIECT PRICES, SERVICE AND CIVILITY. "PHONE UW 9164--WE DELIVER---RIGHT AT STATION, GUILDFORD NOW IS...

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PENSIONERS GAIN NEW MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

PENSIONERS GAIN NEW MEMBERS Two new members were wel corned by Guildford Aged Pen. sioners' Association at a socia' afternoon held recently in the School of Arts. New members welcomed by Mr. Clear, were Messrs. H. Hall and R. Booth. During the afternoon musical items were presented by Mr. H. Gough, and sor,;s by Messrs. Cheeseman and Jennings. Prizewinners were: Cake (Mrs. Roser). Mrs. Laydon; iced sponge (Mrs. Laydon) Mrs Walker; meat (Hai'rods), Mr. H. Gough; lucKy door, 'Mrs. Hall.

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

A -COMPLETE SERVICE . .. .IN YOUR OWN CITY, by Parramatta's Leading Piano Warehouse ® e Piano Tuning and Repairs . Player Repairs * Organ Repairs * French Polishing ' -Radio Repairs . , * Repairs to Electrical Appliances ALL "SERVICE CARRIED OUT BY .SENIOR STAFF " TECHNICIANS. SMODERATE CHARGES- PROMPT SERVICl *UW 6480 Parram--t'sL eadi n ýSttionre' Bisle chj oSee Parmt - NE W SAG 225.,h-u.r: h Street, P-arram-ata -.U-,95 Books. on AUSTRALIA' for your overseas friends and relatives. ;? THIS' IS- AUSTRALIA; wvritten..`with the purpose of providing 'a clear picture of Australia as it -is today ..... .... .. ....... . . : ....i -... . ........ 7/6 :?. THIS LAND OF OURS," the everyday life of Aus tralia in:pictures andprose ...... .... 25/ * AUSTRALIA.IN PICTURES, a selection of notable Australian pictures, each described by the. author ..... ....... . ..... ......2/6 * SYDNEY, a camera study of the 'city and porf of Sydney, m.ad. byiFrqnkHu~ley ........... 30/ * ONE WET SEASON; a vivid...

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P. AND C. HAD GOOD YEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

P. AND C. H.AD GOOD YEAR The annual meeting of Gran ville P. and C. Association was held in the Central Public School, William Street, Gran ville, recently. Mr. Couchman, the new head master, was present and was welcomed by the president, Mr. E. Williams. The year's activities disclosed that £229/14/11 was raised. The membership was 360. Th& most successful event of the year was the floral ball, or ganised by Mrs. M. Scarborough and Mrs. Norris. Other functions .were a con cert by Bonds' Concert party, a children's fancy dress ball, an afternoon at the Gas Co. offices and tuck shops. A tender has been accepted by 'he Education Department for the fencing of the school grounds. The final payment has been made on radio address system costing '£550 which the P. and C. has had. installed at the school. Officers elected for this year are: Patrons, Mr.. W. H. Lamb, /.L.A., Mr. H. Den'ey; president. Mr. E. Williams; vice-presidents, Mr. Mullins, Mr. ' aggs; trea -urer, Mr. C. Snell~...

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Urges Encouragement For Young Players (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Urges Encouragemen For Young, Players ' (To the Editor). Sir, As a supporter of both league and union, and a loyal Parra matta follower I never miss a match on the oval of either code. Last season the league just missed out in the final four, and the union played some good games. Last season I saw several junior league games and, believe me, there is some good material that would be an asset to' the union side. I am sure, if they were ap proached they would play. They don't want to stop in the junior ranks as every player is ambi tious to rise to the top. Wishing both codes success for 1950. "WELL-WISHER." Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let.-us. dare to do our duty, as we understand it.-Abraham Lin coln.

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APPLICATION REFUSED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

APPLICATION REFUSED An application for a .reduction in rates on properties .owned by pensioners made by. the Gran ville Aged Pensioners' Associ ation has been refused by Par ramatta City Council. Council, however, has stated it is willing to waive in.erest on rates- paid in the year of levy. Holroyd Council was asked last week by the Transport De partment to consider carefully before approving the installation of red, amber or green neon signs. The Department stated that at certain intersections in Holroyd signs could be confused with traffic light signals.

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May's Hill Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

May's Hil Progress, A ssociation May's Hill Progress Associ ation is seeking new member ship: to assist :in achieving its aims for the improvement of the area. The association is especially pressing for the connection of' gas services to tenanted homes in Coleman, Webb arid Laura streets, and the formation of ade quate road surfaces. It is claimed that during wet weather tradesmen cannot drive their trucks along these streets in safety. Meetings are held on the first and third Sundays in each month outside Mr. L. A. Stewart's tim ber yard in Coleman Street, at 11 a.m. The association invites all re sidents to attend these meet ings and express their views on matters which may need atten tion. Residents of the area bounded by the Great Western-'Highway; Burnett Street; Hilltop .Road and Francis Street are eiigible'to join.

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Concert For Pensioners [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Concert For Pensioners Bonds Entertainment Unit will shortly present a benefit concert for the Granville Aged Pen sioners' Association. The President, Mr. M. Adams, said at the meeting branch mem bership now exceeded 90. More than half, he added, at tended fortnightly meetings in the Granville Soldiers' Hall. The United Returned Soldiers' Fund Committee will hold its annual tin hat day appeal throughout the Paulkham Hills Shire, on April 21.

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TOOK UNI. DEGREES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

TOOK lUN. DEGREES Mr. George Kouvras, :of Alice Street, Harris Park, recently re ceived the ,degrees: ofI IB.' and B.A. at Sydney Universityr. He is .the eldest son° of Mr. E. Kouvaras, proprietor of a res taurant at' 305 ithrch Street,r Parraniatta.

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CASH FOR CHILD CENTRE ? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

CASH FOR CHILD -CENTRE ? Parramatta 'City Council has referred to the finance commit tee a request fromr Parramatta Child Centre for a. promised pound for pourd subsidy bf £412. .... The Centre stated that receijts tt6alled £:.412 a?n.. expen 'ite Balance at December. 31 lat year was. £429.

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