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DAWN SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

,DAWN SERVICE Thie Rev. Earle, of the Baptist, Churth, , will officiate at .the, Dh awi Se~rvice, to' be held at the Granrville Cenotaph on Anzac Day. SReturned Servicemen w ill march from the R.S.L. Hall down Blaxcell Street, to the Cenotaph, headed _by . the. Scottish Pipe Band, where they will lay a vreath.

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ANZAC SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

ANZAC SERVICE The Rev. C. Oliver will offici ate at the Anzac service, to be held in the St. Mark's' Church of England, Granville, on Sun 'day; April 23. SAfter the service, at a supper .supplied by :.the women of the parish, certificates of merit will be, presented . to' three womien who 'iave helped or ganise various: functions for the R.S.L:

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JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

JUNIOR SOCCER Rangers teams fared as fol1 lows in the openir.g competition matches on April 15. All Age A: 3 (G. Cox, 2, W, "Durican) lost to Gladesville Meths. '4. All Age B: 3 (R. Chisholm, K Barr, N. Eastment) d. Holy Trinity 0. Under 16: Nil, lost to Auburn Church of Christ 4. Under 14: 2 '(M. Weeks, C, Cruchley) d. Croydon 0. Under 12: 7- (R. Clogg 2, G Thomson 2, F. Goldsmith, W. Stoneham, G. McDonald), d, Gladesville 0. FIXTURES: Rangers will oppose the fol. lowing teams: All Age A v. Holy Trinity, Parramatta Hospital, 3.15. All Age B v. St. Oswalds, Algie, 3.15. Under 18, v Parramatta Hos.. pital,. 1.45. 'Under 16, v St. Columbs, Meadowbank, 12.45. Under 14, v. Dunmore Home, Parramatta Park (1) 12.45. 'Under 12: v- Lidcombe, Parra. matta Park (2) 11.0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

FOR SALE DINING-ROOM Setting, comprising Sideboard, Oval Table - and 6 Chairs, for £21/10. Cash or terms arranged. Parramatta Live Stock. 57 George St.. opp. Gas Co., 1st door in lane. FOR SALE. Metters' 3-plate Electrice Stove. in good condition. Ring UW3389. C. Balada, Western Rd., Pendle Hill. SILENT KNIGHT Elec. Refrigerator. cream, £30. 383a Church Street, Parramatta. LOTTNGE Suite in Brown Genoa Velvet, loose cushions, for £18/10. Cash or terms can be arranged. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George St., opp. Gas Co., 1st door in lane.. - FERRjTS, sale or hire. K. Fenwick,` Palmer St., Camellia. "DOVER" fuel stove in nerfect order. Apply Saturday to 583 Church St., Parramatta. WArLt'.mn , . £6/10; Duchess Chest, £3/15; Bedsteads and Bedding to mafth. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George St., opp. Gas Co., 1st door in lane. WE r;:iLL FOR LESS: Kitchen Set ting, 6-piece bow and glass end Cabiret, 4'6" x 2'6" Table and 4 Chai?? (tub-back), as new, solid and reliable, £27/10. Cash or terms....

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JUNIOR CRICKET SEMI-FINAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

JUNIOR CRICKET SEMI-FINAL The following is the :result of the C grade junior cricket semi final between Westmead Central and Giranville Kewpies: Granville Kewpies, 1st" innings, 23:' K. Vairy 5, W. Snell. 3, R. Graham 6, R. Meehan 0,; A. Vairy 0, V. O'Brien 0, R. Vairy: 5, G. Solomori 0 n.o., E. Vairy; 0 (ab sent),. N. Enticknap 0 (absent), T. Murdoch 0 (absent) :.:Sundries 4. Bowling: D. Cooper: ,3/2, ;.C. Mortlock 3/14, C. Drayton 1/3. Westmead Central, 1st 'innings, 28: W. Gordon 5, H. Murphy 1, A. Bourke 7, E. Charman 4, C. Mortlock 1, D. Cooper 0, R. Was sail 0, R. Conyers, jnr;, -3, C. Drayton 1, E. Craig 0 n.o., D. Eastcott '6. Bowling: R." Meehan 5/20, W. Snell 1/6, R. Graham 3/2. .. Granville Kewpies, 2nd in nings, 77: R. Meehan 3, W. Snell 42, R. Graham 2, V. O'Brien 27, R. Vairy 2, A. Vairy 1 n.o., G. Solmon 0, E. Vairy 0 (absent), T, Murdoch 0 (absent), K. Vairy 0 (absent), N. Enticknap '0 '(ab sent). Bowling: D. Cooper 3/9; C. Mortlock 2/24, C. Drayton 0/20, R. Conyers,...

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GOOD MORNING DEAR TEACHER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

GOOD MORNING DEAR: TEACHER' "The " Granville Teclmhnical School will have trouble this year in accommodating more than 500 boys for the football season," the sports master said this week.. Another 200 would be play ing softball on vacant lots in the Granville area, he added. 'The sportsmaster was com menting upon a recent decision by Auburn Council refusing use of Lidcombe Oval to schools out side the municipality. Lads playing Australian Rules will be attending the oval at Liverpool. Others interested in different games will be forced to attend parks and ovals as far away as Liverpool and Rydalmere. Mr. P. Davis resigned last week from the Education Department: Mr. Davis is leaving shortly for a tour of England and the: Con tinent. Many girls from the Parramatta Central School took part: in the 'Physical Cplture display o .-the closing night of the Royal Easter Show. More than 1450 took part in the display. The girls made their 'own tunics with material supplied by the R.A.S. Miss ...

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ELECTION OF OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

ELECTION OF OFFICERS The annual meeting of the Rosehill Parents and Citizens' Association was -held recently in the Assembly. Hall. Following were elected office bearers for 1950: Patrons, Messrs, W. H. Lamb, M.L.A., Denley and Katen. President, Mrs. G. Woof. Secretary, Mr. T. Osmotherley, Treasurer, Mrs. N. Parry.

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CHURCH SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

CHURCH SOCCER In a game which augurs well for the future, Parramatta Y.M.C.A. defeated St. Colum. bus -by 7. goals to 1 in the open ing match of the season. All players played well, with perhaps Cbik' , Ashwood and Gibbs the most- prominent. Goals. were .scored by Cook 3, Ashwood .1, .Gibbs 2 and Brom by 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

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Parramatta Fours Fine Win [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

Parramatta F ours Fine 'Win A Parramatta four, which included Harry Crouch, Eric Hawkins, Fred Pinfold and Fred Casey, won the Burwood fours competition last week, against a big field. Thirty-four clubs were repre sented and Parramatta came through with a fine record. In turn the Parramatta representa tives accounted for Cooper's (Burwood) four by 11 points, Morrison's (Campsie) four by 12 points and Purdue's (Burwood) four by 13 points. The winning prizes were trophies valued at two guineas per man. Another batch of games was played last week in the Parra matta singles championship. Dr. Berge and Fred Pinfold had a ding-dong battle the medico winning in a photo finish, as it 'were, 31-30. At the 10th end Pin fold. led 14-6, but his opponent, gradually made up his leeway to lead 29-27. It was 30-all when the doctor drew three-alongside the jack. to win 33-30. "Digger" Evernden led through out against Vic. Hessian. After 23-19 had been chalked in Evern den's favor he bagged a four an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

From Paddock to Punter (By HARRY QUIGLEY.) A lot of hares are galloping about Rosehill race course. Some say they gambol, but I thought it was . only punters that did that. Anyhow Maurie Anderson caught one the other morning and like the soft-hearted chap he is, let it go. One day Maurie. might have a try-out behind the tin hare. There has been a lot of debate concerning the riding ability of Johnny Longden, so when he rode work at Rosehill I asked his pal, George Moore, for his opinion. "Well," said George, "he has i'idden more than 3000 winners. He wouldn't have that record unless he could ride." +. Bert Stanton,' who has been training at Rosehill longer than anybody else, rates Longden high as a sprint rider. "Good at the barrier, he has wonderful balance and I would not hesitate to put him on a free-goer," said Star-ton. Bert said he had not seen suf cient of the American in distance races to form a judgment in that sphere. It would seem that hard rac ing over long distances has...

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Happy Companions' Club 12 Years Old [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

Happy Companions' Club 12 Years Old Guests of honour at the Parra matta Happy Companions' Club's birthday celebrations at the Car aleon, recently, were Mrs. Meg McSpeerin and Miss Olga New son, of Station -2CH. Guests were entertained by Mesdames Marriott, Hayes and Jean Pollock. Place-getters in .the table de coration competition were: Mrs. N. Beale 1, Mrs. L& Buck ley 2, and Mrs. Walsh 3.

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WANTS OFFICIAL HISTORY OF PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

WANTS OFFICIAL HISTORY OF PARRAMATTA No official history of Parra matta has yet been written. Parramatta Chamber of Com merce has advised the last meeting of the Parramatta Coun cil to engage its official historian, Mr. James Jarvis, to. write a complete history of the area cov ered by the new -city boundaries. It was stated at the last meet ing of the chamber that quite a number of brief histories, some of them containing glaring inac curacies, had been compiled and these emphasised the necessity of an official history.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

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B2 FINAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

B2 FINAL The following are the scores in the B2 Junior -Cricket final between. Merrylands C.Y.S. and Parramatta North Methodists: Merrylands C.Y.S., 1st innings, 7 for 44-C. McNamara 2, A. Porter 6, K. Hughes 0, W. Mc Namara 4, F. Endicott 4, A. McNamara 8, '.. McNamara 10, J. Wolfendon '4 :n.o., N. Daly 4 n.o., sundries 2.. Bowling: N. Sheridani 5/18, -K. Alderson 2/17, R. Slender 0/4, A. Furze 0/3. Parramatta North Methodiss, 120: A. Furze 7, R. Cornwall , K. Alderson 22, R. Bennett 8, L. Jones 45, B. Slender 4, I. Head 0, D. Oates 0, F. Hayes 23, N Sheridan 0, A. Alcock 7 n.o, sundries 4. Bowling: P. Donel. lan 2/54, N. McNamara 4/24, A, McNamara 1/16, N. Daly 3/20.

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FACE LIFT FOR ST. MARK'S [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

FACE LIFT. FOR ST. MARK'S& St. Mark's Church of England, Granville, is undergoing a "face lift." Last week slates valued at £600 were delivered .into the church yard, for the renewing of the roof. The old wooden tiles will be sold for firewood. Members of the congregation gave up their Easter week-end to help repaint the church hall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

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Livestock Company Celebrated Opening Of New Premises [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 April 1950

Livestock Company.. Celebrated Opening Of New Premises The Mayor of Parramatta (Alderman E. A. Mobbs) on Fiiday night paid tribute to the foresight of the Parramatta Livestock Company. Alderman Mobbs was speakinig at a dinner at Hiawatha to cele brate the opening by him of the company's new saleyards in East 'Parramatta. Hosts were the proprietors, Messrs. S. H. Aiken and W. L.. Hay. Alderman Mobbs said Council appreciated the support given by the company. in setting up pre mises in an area removed from the hurly-burly of the city. The Mayor left shortly after wards to fulfill another engage ment, and his place in the chair was taken by the deputy Mayor, Alderman H. V. Horwood. During the evening, many speakers paid tribute to the busi ness acumen and hard, and con scientious work of Messrs. Aiken and Hay. . Guests were entertained by, Misses Shirley Austin and Col leen Rodd, of the' Parramatta Musical Society, .by tenor Joseph, Roberts, by illusionist ,Franka :Morris, and by Rosehi...

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