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"ARGUS" SOLVED STAFF PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

"ARGUS" SOLVED STAFF PROBLEM Messrs. Stirling Henry Ltd., of Flemington, have cancelled their advertising in The Argus. "Please stop publishing our. advertisements in The Argus, be cause they have brought us all the staff we need at present," Mr. Darke, personnel officer of the firm told us yesterday. "The results:. of our advertise ments for staff in. The Argus have been most satisfactory," he added. It is the guaranteed. circulation of 22,500 each issue- that makes The Argus' an outstanding ad vertising medium.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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New Teams Meet [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

New Teams " Meet 'Two new teams, Westmead and East Parramatta, made their de but "in the Western. Districts Junior Rugby Union Competi tion,' when they met at Parra matta Park last Saturday. East 'Parramatta, :though beat en, were by no means disgraced, as the majority of their iplayers were, new to the code, and after, a few more matches, this team will prove themselves a. force to be reckoned with. , Westmead (M. Brown 2, R. Kirkness 2, R. Woods, B. Jack. son tries, R. Kirkness 3 goals) 24, defeated East Parramatta 0. If you love and serve men, you cannot, by hiding or stratagem, escape the remuneration. Emerson. Officiating at the first service to be held in Christ Church, was. the Very Reverend William Maquari'e Cowper, : Dean of Sydney. The first Rector, was the Venerable Archdeacon W. A, Gunther, M.A., of St. John's, Parramatta. Before the church was built, Sir John Lackey allowed a wooden building 'to he erected on portion of his land, on the Dog' Trap Road, next to where the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

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Junior Rugby Union [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

Junior Rugby Union Parramatta High Ex-Students were narrowly defeated five points to six by last year's pre miers, St. John:s, in a hard rug ged game, on Saturday. Start ing in fine style, the students' back line cut St. John's to pieces, and centre Pat Walker went over. Armstrong converted with a good kick. From this point on the game was closed up, and the Students' backs were given no chance to move. Later, a scrum infringement resulted in a penalty for St. John's. Kirkness goaled. In the backs, the best were Walker and Armstrong, while Annetts, Godbold and Smith played sterling football in the forwards. Students 5 (Walker try, Arm strong goal), St. John's, 6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

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From Guildford To Guildford [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

From Guildford To Guildford The Mayor of Hol royd (Ald. VW Camp bell) welcomed t w o visiting British tourists at Council meeting last week. The tourists' are Mr. Austin Bristow, of Guildford, Surrey, Eng land, and Major Bryce, retired British Army of ficer. They were accom panied at the meeting by Groupmaster Arthur Coleman, a n d Mr.` Cha r.les Savage, of Guildford (Holroyd) Boy Scouts Group. Mr. Bristow is on ari extended tour of Aus tralia, following his re tirement from public life, because of ill health. He was for about 25 years connected with. Local Government in his hometown, and con aucted an evacuee 'ad visory bureau during the blitz of London. * Mr. Bristow was also connected with Rotary, and the Boy Scout movement in the British Isles. Alderman Campbell introduced the party to the 'Council, and pre sented Mr. Bristow with an inscribed cigarette case as a memento of his visit. The standard by which all are finally judged is not wealth, edu cation or fame, but service. Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

IN. MEMORIAM BRADDICK.-Treasured memories of our loving son and brother, Pat; who passed away, May 12, 1947. Always in our thoughts and sadly missed by mum, "pop," John and Norma JAMES.-In loving mnemory of my beloved husband, and our darling dad, and grandfather, Harvie Linus, who passed away, May 9, 1945 God's greatest gift: "Remembrance." Sadly missed by his loving wife Em. children Beryl and Ken, son in-law Les, and little grandchild ren Lyn and Sue. RETURN THANKS. MRS. J. MacPHERSON and FAMILY, of 154 Park Road,. Auburn, wish to convey their sincere thanks to all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

FOR SALD .BED settee and cushion. £3/10/ to £8/15/-. Parramatta LivL Stock, 57 George St. (opp. Gas Co.), 1st door in lane. W. WEBB & CO., Produce Stores, Church Street, Parramatta. Whole sale' and Retail. The oldest and cheapest store in town. Orders col itcted; goods delivered. Phone UW8141. . JBCOi?,AN bookcase, leadlight doors, 5'3" .high by 4' wide, only £16/10/-. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George St. (opp. Gas Go.), 1st door in lane. PIANOS and PLAYEr PIANOS. Leading makes, guaranteed in faultless condition, available at reasonable prices for Immediate free delivery. Cash or terms. Player Seat and Rolle supplied free. We TUNE and SERVICE free for tvo years-therefole a safe in iestment is a reliable INSTRU MsNNT from: McFARLANDS, Re tailers of Quality Pianos, 271 Mar riclville Rd., Marrickvllle. LM5268. LOUNGE SUITE, loose cushions, autumn tonings, as new, £28/10/-; cash or terms can be arranged. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George St. (op. Gas Co.), 1st door in lane. SOLID...

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JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE DRAW [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

JUNIOR: :RUGBY LEAGUE DRAW Fixtures for next Saturday: .C Grade, Div. I: Parramatta East v. Penrith, at Parramatta Park (ref. F. McKean); Wenty. and Blacktown, byes. C Grade, Div. II: Mt. Pritchard v. Chester Hill, at Mt. Pritchard (ref., F. Crockart); Cabramatta v. Fairfield, at Fairfield (ref., E. Coulter); Liverpool bye. D Grade, Div:-I: Hills District v. Penrith, at Kellyville (ref., W. McCall); Blacktown v.. Parra niatta East, at Parramatta Park (ref. F. McKean); Wenty, bye. D Grade, Div. II.: Mt. Pritchard v. Cabramatta, at Mt. Pritchard (ref., F. Crockart); Fairfield v. Chester Hill, at Fairfield (ref., E. Coulter); Merrylands v. Guildford; at Merrylands (ref., P. Morgan). E Grade: Wenty v. Merrylands, at Merrylands (ref. L. Bayley);' Blacktown v. Penrith, at Pen rith (ref., J. Miller); Mt. Pritch ard v. Fairfield, at Fairfield (ref., W. Tosh). SUNDAY A and Res. Grade, Div. I: St. Marys v. Toongabbie, at Toon gabbie (ref., W. McCall); Pen rith v.. Blacktown, at Blacktown (ref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

USEYSfor ROSES AVAILABLE NOW .. ROSES, 2/6 each; 27/- Doz. CITRUS, 5/- each. SUMMER FRUITS, 4/- each. You Can Pick Up Your Roses and Fruit Trees?,, WITHOUT Ordering Ahead at . . . S"EAM SEALERS WITH EXPERIENCE - Required by EXPANDING RAINWEAR MANUFACTURERS Excellent Wages and Bonuses. Pleasant Conditions. Lt LALNE. PTY. LTD. ..110 Parramatta Road, GRANVILLE Phone UU 225 : Under New & Skilled Under New & Skilled Management -Management SE RVKEým t k STATION- PTY. LTDi GEORGE STREET, PARRAMATTA Phones: UW 8501 Phones: UW 8501 UW 9156 UW 9156 DIRECTORS: (Mir. Don Shorten, M.I.M.E. . Mr. Norm Corner. The Engineering Section-of this business will in future be under the PERSONAL SUPER VISION OF MR.; DON SHORTEN, late R.A.A.F., who is. a Registered Member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, being a highly qualified Automobile Engineer, thoroughly conversant with the intricacies attached to the Modern Motor Car. MR. NORMAN CORNER will be in control of our Spare Parts De...

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"MERRY WIDOW" HAD PLENTY OF ADMIRERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

"MERRY WIDOW" HAD PLENTY OF ADMIRERS Parramatta Musical Society's four-night presentation of "The .Merry Widow," which played to capacity houses at the Town Hall last week, was hailed as a smash hit by en thusiastic audiences. Brilliant costumes and scenery enriched a sparkling perform ance by a well-chosen cast, backed up by a fine chorus, who represented the familiar story and evergreen Lehar melodies with freshness and colorful charm. Lyric soprano, Shirley Austin, was a pleasing heroine in the starring role of Sonia. Her singing of the celebrated "Vilia" was one of the highlights of the show Ken Astill's engaging portray al of'the debonair Prince Danilo ivas warmly applauded. Deftly amusing characteriss tions were given by Monte Mil ler, as the bluff (and bluffed) Marsovian. Ambassador, Baron Popoff; and Keith Watson, whose sketch of General Noviko vitch was cleverly sustained. An outstanding performance came from Bill Slattery, who excelled in the principal comic role of Nisch....

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TELL US ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

TELL US ABOUT IT" The iArgus. welcomes. items on all district social activi ties. - These include weddings, birthday parties, dances, etc. Easy - to - fill - in wedding forms Will be sent free on application to the social reporter. Any news items must be written in ink or neatly ,typed (double spaced). Pen cil copy will not be accepted. Items must reach this office not, later than Friday for inclusion in the follow ing week's paper. They may be left in the box on No. 2 platform, Par ramatta railway station., or posted to the Argus. office,, Box 20, P.O., Parramatta, or ring UW 8804-5 (extension 11).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

C. H. WEBB BROS. Builders and Contractors. Established 1912 Members ot the Master Builders* Association of N.S.W. 67 Rosehill Street, PARRAIATTA ESTIMATES GIVEN. PHONE! UW 8;29 ';'k~S _~a ~.ergd~ We'll be Happy to Meet You -- and to help you, if we can " ' YES! WE HAVE DROPSIDE COTS Available for immediate delivery in both large and small sizes. 4'6" x 2'6". Price ........... £5-19-6 4' x 2' Price ........... £5-12-6 COT MATTRESSES "LOTUSLAND" LOUNGE SUITES. From ..: ........ £ .... 54/10/6 4'6" x 2'6" Innerspring, with- Nur sery Ticking. Price .... £6/1/1 DINING-ROOM SUITES 4'6"x 2'6", wool filled, price 65/10 With popular Bow Ends. 4'6" x 2'6", fibre filled, price 51/3 " 6 Chairs. Price, from ............ . £34/13/10 4' x 2', Innerspring with. Nursery.. £3/13/1 Ticking. Price .... .... £5/13/5 BEDROOM SUITES 4' x 2', Wool Filled. Price . 58/4 Modern. From ........ 41/19/0 4' x 2', Fibre Filled. Price .... 44/- Period. From.: £88/10/1 LINOLEUMS COT PILLOWS INLAID: Priced from .... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

THE. OUTDOORS ., ". SPORTS- STORE Windsor Road, NORTHMEAD S, - 1 Just past the Woollen Mills. ' -"• ' Auto Tents --.Marquee Tents - .j'{ , t ,A , ,. . Tarpaulins - Water Bags - Aladdin, Norman" and Coleman. F ! Lights - Pressure Stoves and SPrimuses - Hurricane Lights. All Canvas Goods available. - -.Stretchers - Sand Shoes. Every thing :;for Campers. and Camp S in--- g..tome along and have a friendly chat. Ask us about ammunition, we'll possibly have some too. We Deliver -- .We Accept Lay-Bys..- We Are Experts PHONES: UW 8055 and UW8515 .a o I "'/''''C 9,V $0:od/' 4 7 -I, M-'t--RRYLýANDS and-.GUI-LDFO-RD. CUMBERLAND RFRIGERATON CO. PITT STREET, MERRYLANDS. Electrice, Commercial & Domestic Sales, Service and Overhauls. UW 6868 - After Hours UW 7243 and LL 3568. PROPRIETORS: F. SPRING-1 6 years' Service Experience. L. SPARK--13 years' Service Experience. LEARN DRESSCUTTING Fashion Designers says it's all in the "cut"-so learn to cut the right way at the Melvern College of Dre...

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Parramatta Narrowly Defeated By Gordon [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

Parramatta Narrowly Defeated By Gordoh In a thrilling game at Cumber land Oval on Saturday, Parrra matta went down by one point to the premier side, Gordon. The visitors owed their .victory to the magnificent positional play and penetrative ability of their' captain, Trevor Allen, who, with Parramatta holding a handy five point to nil lead, gathered a loose kick .by fullback Irwin, to run his winger S. Colley into a scor ing position. * He scored the second try him-. self, after Moffatt had broken away from a scrum. Parramatta, winning a surplus of the ball from both scrums and lineouts, outplayed Gordon for most of .the game.. They adapted themselves to the muddy condi tions much better than the visi tors, and the forwards rucked with a will. Baland left the field early in the first half with an ankle in jury; he was replaced by Twee dale, S. Hopkins going to half back. The first score came after Hopkins ran strongly from the scrum base to pass to Odell in support. The latteri scor...

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Southern League Soccer [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

Southern League Soccer In the Southern League match at Prince Edward Park; Carlton, on Saturday, Guildford defeated St. George by 5 goals to 2. Playing with the breeze be hind them in the first half, the local team werd first to score with a goal by Rolph. With the breeze behind them .in the second half, Guildford ran riot and goals were added by Wales (2) and Baker (1). In the Alliance Grade, Guild ford 3 drew with St. George 3, after a good hard game. For Guildford, L. Knowles (2) and Gane (1) scored. Next Saturday, at Guildford Park, Guildford meet the strong New South Wales Police' team. In the Under 14 grade, the Guildford A team continued on its unbeaten way by a good win over Carlingford by 3 goals to: nil. In the Granville All Age, next Saturday, Guildford meet Lid combe at Jones Park, at 3: p.m. In the Under 14 grade; Guild ford A team miet Lidcombe at Lidcombe, at 10 a.m., and the B team meets Waratah, at Colqu houn Park, at 9 a.m. The Under 12 team me'ets St. Gabriel's, a...

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Christ Church To Celebrate 66th Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 10 May 1950

Christ Church To Celebrate 66th Anniversary. .The Old Guildford Church of England, Christ Church, will celebrate its 66th anniversary on May 14. In' 1884, the Archbishop of Sydney, Most Rev. Alfred' Barry, laid the foundation stone for the church. In 1882 Mr. H. Whittaker, of 'Orchardleigh,' Fairfield, donated £220, and portion of' land from his estate, for the purpose of erecting a church, to be cdlled Christ Church.   It appears, however that the land also engulfed a section of Colonel North's 640 acre grant. North named Guildford after his birth place in. Guildford, Surrey, England. Showing the cost of the foun dation stone as £1, the original contractors account .musty with age, is an interesting relic of the days when the church was being built. Twenty-one thousands bricks were purchased for the construc tion of the building, costing £56/10/-. 'These bricks were made from clay, dug from a block, half wray up Orchardleigh Street, from the church, to Woodville then k...

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RED CROSS DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

-RED CROSS DAY Red Cross Day is. Friday, Jur., 2. Local branches of the Society are all busily preparing for ac tivities on that day. Parramnatta Branch will be holding a Jumble Stall at the Town Hail, and an appeal is made for donations of saleable goods-jams, pickles, sweets, cakes, secondhand cloth ing, etc.-anything that will sell will be welcomed with gratit ude. Donatior. may be left at the Town Hall on the morning of June 2; or other arrangements can be. made by telephoning Mrs. Harry Granger (UW8688).

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