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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

WHY NOT LEARN TO PLAY THE HAWAIIAN STEEL GUITAR Pleasantly and quickly? THE LOU CAMPARA MUSIC CLUB Is about to start new classes for this Popular and Graceful Instrument PARRAMATTA TOWN HALL EVERY SATURDAY MORNING Instruments, Music, Tuition - all provided at lowest cost. Present Pupis report amazing progress. Banjo-Mandolin - Piano-Accordion classes also held. RING LOU CAMPARA AT FA 7261 OR CALL AT TOWN HALL STAGE DOOR NEXT SATURDAY MANY PRIZES! Great Achievements Traced to "CROWN" BRAND FLOUR Well aware of Nature's -law that like pro duces like, the discerning cook entrusts the responsibility of producing QUALITY GOODS to QUALITY FLOUR. His . ood judgment steers him away from the hazards of dearly bought "bar.gain" r-'ductis-leads him to invest in the only. flour he can afford. to buy-the BEST. To-day, after careful search sad compari son thousands of cooks find complete satisfaction for their value-sense in McCORQUODALE'S "CROWN" FLOUR. used for years by prize-winning pastrycooks...

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Engagement Was Celebrated [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

Engagement Was Celebrated The engagement was announc ed during a party at "Hiawatha" last week, of. Mary,. elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M+ E. -ind.ews, of Parramatta, to Leonard, only son of Mrs. D. O'Malley, of Harris Park. For the occasion, Mary chose a cocktail frock of black lace over pink. Her sister, Helen, chose pir.nk lace. Mrs. Andrews, wearing black lace and silver lame bolero, re ceived the guests and was assist ed by her two daughters. Over 75 guests attended the party. What stutbi, g, plowing, dig ging, and harrowing is to the land, that thinking, reflecting, examining is to the mind. George Berkeley. Judge : Drunk again ! You ought to turn o(er a new leaf. Accused: It is too late, sir. "It is never too late." "Good. Then I can wait a bit longer." -Answers (Eng.) Mary: Percy seems to have the air of a Man About Town. Mabel: Maybe so, but he's got the bank account of a Man About Down. -Ideas (Eng.) Reveller: We're getting home awfully late last night this morn Tng. His...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

F OPENING SHORTLY _1 IN PAR RAMATTA DRIV YOURSELF: SEVICE WITH MOST POPULAR 1950 MODEL CARS WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OPENNG DATE DIRECT FROM T IUMPHANT CITY SEASON. Parramatta Park, Next Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 18, 19, 20 MONSTER MATINEE' SATURDAY, 2 p.m. GUILDFORD - MONDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 22, 23. FAIRFIELD - FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MAY, 26, 27. alp• . . - . • . 22 Years. Reliab le Tradi.ng LOUNGE SUITES MADE TO YOUR ORDER MOQUETTE In Plain. and VELVET Floral TAPESTRY Coverings. RECOVERING AND REPAIRS. All Work Guaranteed. S. H. STOK ES Manufacturing Upholsterer 5 TAYLOR STREET, PARRAMATTA 'Phone: UW 9215 :.. ..... ... .... Before Finalising that Purchase Call and Inspect our Extensive-Range of Modern Bedroom, Lounge and Dining. Suites. .. THE STORE FOR VALUE 59 MACQUARIE ST., PARRAMATTA 2 DOORS FROM MARSDEN ST. Right Next Door the Astra Pictures Uw 8903 WHOLESALE -MERCHANT has, vacancies for jUNIOR CLERK (FEMALE) Standard Education and average ability will qualify for these: positions....

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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

From Paddock To Punter A touch of bowls came into the turf news on Saturday when Yardon, owned by Mr. Vince Byrnes, won the - Two-year-old Handicap for colts and geldings at Randwxick. A "yard on" is a b6~1lng shot, something stronger thahn a "draw," and Mr. Byrnes knows how to play it Mr.- Byrnes, at present, is touring England with an Austra lian team of bowlers and is in congenial company with Frarnk Spurway and -'arramatta solici tor, Bill Kay. ** .1. Recently Jack Hassen, sable knight of the padded glove, was staying up Btacktown way with the Pickens of trottingl fame and wood chopping was part of his fighting preparation. ' They say that Jack swings the axe with plenty of vim. Should he run short of logs there are a few down this way we can put him on to. "Jimmy" Jor.._s, trainer at Rosehill for a number of years, has gone west-out Cowra direc tion they say. Let's hope that a change of scenei'y will bring himnt a change of fortune. Although "Jimmy" (his front name is Owen), ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

Blackouts are sure to oc cur at the most inoppor tune times this winter. SDon't you be deprived of . warmth for yourself and your family during the coming bitter nights. PLAN NOW! and PLAN WISELY' Stock up with ances acid laugi at waiter blackouts. ?"?, ~ ~ K +?. , '+ :{."r:.}?:v ::::: . . 'c::: .:":: ti ~ ~ I I. .SIDE..oom... ... .. ... ...' : FYRSIDE ROOM HEATER ALL THE HEAT YOU WANT FOR Id per HOU NO SMELL--NO SMOKE--NO SQOT--NO HARMFUL FUMES-- __________ only beautiful roomfillig warmth, and coipley tro...bla Sfree ope.atng with "FYRSIDE". It is modernly styled with such. features as: Centralisation of heat in the head. . o?.. die burner, allowing the .specially designed-reflector- to give a very wide range at zauiapou, usa u?,u... . ...I aof heat. "Fyrside" burns on.y .1 ga-li .of Kerosene per 18 hours of. full heat, and can be carried from room: .co room while still burning, Don't leave it too late to buy! Immnniediate Dblivery Nbw! (Left) .PURA DOUBLE BURNER .. A hot meal at ...

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BACK ON JOB [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

BACK ON JOB SMr. Tom Bleasdal, health in spector, has recovered from a serious operation and is now back on the job.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

IN MEMORIAM BOUG?HTON.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Charles, who passed away, May 7th, 1948. A little token true and tender, Just to show we still remember. inserted by his loving Wife and family. RETURN THANKS MR. LES MAHONY, of 32 Wigram and South Streets, GranVille, sin cerely and , gratefully thank re latives and: friends, members of the Granville Chamber of Com merce and the Graiuvile Bowling Club, for their sympathy expresseu by floral tributes, telegrams, let ters, cards and personal messages in his recent sad bereavemenit. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. T?a-. iAMILY of the late Mrs. Dunn, of NortrlmeaRd, Wi1jcS LO tllallna Dr. Erby and all kind friends for their sympathy and floral tributes, auwing • teir recent sad bereave ment.

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APPEAL FOR KINDERGARTEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

APPEAL FOR KINDERGARTEN An appeal win shortly be made to raise funds to furnish the ex tended'kindergarten at St. Mary' Church of England, Guildford. Cost of the extension was ap proximately £100. Parishioners voluntarily built the extension under the super vision of Mr. Sheather.

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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

by Brock MPATIENT patients kicking up their heels in the out platients' department of the Par ramatta District Hospital, now calm their unquiet nerves sim ply by staring in the face fish lazily doing the rounds in a glass tank. Staff of the department, raad ing of the recent discovery by- the psycho-analysing boys that this is just the shot for shot nerves, raked out the tank, stocked it with fish taken.,.(believe it or not) from that old, weed-choked river that sim?ly can't stray away from .thleir door. Trouble now is -that the fish, probably under the -impression that they're inmates pf Crown Street, have- pr.pagated their species to such purpose tlt, their housing position has - become positively parlous::. Give 'em a buzz at the Hos pital if you've a glass ank to give away. Number is UVW 8855. Tank you. +++, SON CLISBY, B.O.A.C; radio officer, who shuttles back and forth between the Olfl Dart and Aussie a-ipost is ftc °s? w:i monthly payment. on nium's:nei. sewing .machine comes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

FOR SALE OAK sideboard, 6'x4' solid oak table and 8 chairs, padded seats, for £19/15/-. Parramatta Live Stock. 57 George St. (opp. Gas Co.), 1st door in lane. WE SELL FOR LESS: Floor cover ings, 721n. width congoleum. in best grades, from 7/11 per yard; paper felt available; inlaid lino ieum, in green, 25/- per yard; Ige. assortment of bedroom mats, at tractive designs, from 39/6. Pren tice Furniture Exchange, 21-23 Phillip St., Parramatta. LOUNGEsuite, fully sprung, £10/10. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George St. (opp. Gas Co.), 1st door tin lane. T-. WEBB & CO., Produce Stores, Church Street, Parramatta. Whole sale and Retail. The oldest and cheapest store tin town. Orders col -, -d: goods delivered. Phone * UW8141. r l1 w-M OA. wardrobe. dressing table and pedestal, for £ 19/15/-. Parra matta Live Stock. 57 George St. ,opp. Gas Co.) 1st door in lane. PIANOS and PLAYEr. PIANOS. SLeading mekes, guaranteed in faultless condition, available at Ieasonable prices for immediate fre...

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Guildford Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

Guildford Progrces Association The attendance at the meeting of. the Guildford Progress As sociation was the largest for -many years. Many new members were present, and were wel comed by the president, Mr. Matt. Warnock. The agenda: which was very lengthy, included several mat ters resulting in requests to Hol royd Council, namely, full width roads, pavements at bus stops, to enable buses to pick up at kerbside, which would make for greater safety .and conver.ence of intending passengers. The elimination of the nuisance and danger caused by mobs of horses travelling through Guild.. ford, traffic domes, concrete pav ing, improvement in sanitary services, additional street lights, etz. It was also decided to. write to the Railway Dept. complain ing of the practice of running trains all stations from Sydney on evenings prior to holidays,. and also complaining about trains omitting to stop at Guild ford, although scheduled to stop there. The Transport Dept. will also be written to drawi...

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DON'T WANT TO LOSE "NEW" BUSES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

D-O'T WNT TO' LOSE "N"EW" SES Rumors that Transport Department buses, recently placed o certain bus routes in Granville, following complaints of "unsatisfac tory" services, will be withdrawn shortly, are worrying local residents, Ald. D. S. McFarlane told a Parramatta City Counchil metng, ast week. Alderman MIcFarlane said: "Departmental buses are giving the people the first reliable ser vice they have had for more than 10 years. "They have been walking, or rather, riding on air, since the old service was taken over. "But there is a rumor that the services will be withdrawn hi about three weeks, and -the old buses, will rim, again. "This is worrying the people and they would like Council to do something to -retain, Govern Sinent buses on, the routes." Council decided .to .ask: - the, Transport Department:. to main tain services in the area.

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ART SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

ART SHOW Visitors are travelling from Melbourne. Brisbane and many cour,'ry districts of N.S.W. to attend the private opening of distinguished Australian artist George Finey's exhibition of oaintings and bush sculpture at Waratah Gallery, Parramatta, an Monday evening, May 22. The Mayor of Parramatta, Ald. E. A. Mobbs, will open the exhibition, which will be the artist's last public show in Aus tralia prior to his international exhibition abroad. The exhibitiorn will open to 'he public at 10 a.m. on Tues dlay, May 23. Father: Do you think John will kick up a row if he doesn't get a drum? Mother: Yes, my dear, but not so much as if he does get one. -Ideas (Eng.)

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SURPRISE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

SURPRISE PARTY . A :irprise party was 'held at Northmhead : Hall on: Saturday night to :-celebrate the-' engage ment of Mx. Jack Gallagher --to: Miss Joyce Denning Over 100 attended the., .func-, tion, which was arranged: by Mes- rs:? M. Byrne and J. Pendle-.. bury. . .. . Dance music was stipplied by Mrs. E.ý,Ferris at the piano.

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WARNING ON DANGER SPOT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

WARNING ON DANGER SPOT Parramatta City Council will press for provision of electro matic signals at the corner of Good Street, and Parramatta Road, Granville. This action follows a request from the Granville Branch of the A.L.P. The Branch contended that traffic signals were needed at the corner to safeguard children and Židerly people crossing there. Alderman D. S. McFarlane told Council: "This has been a long standing complaint with the old Granville Council. "There is not another inter section on the Parramatta Road, which is as dangerous as this.

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GREAT DAY FOR KIDDIES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

GREAT DAY FOR KIDDIES The pupils of North Parra matta I..fants' School held a Mad Hatters' Party to celebrate the .commencement of the recent school holidays. Among, th'e entries . could be seen such topical creations, as "flyihg 'saucers", "M ot h e rs Day", "bonfires", and a host .of original designs: all carefully . constructed:. to :the. last detail. The judges. (Mesdames: Webb.: and- Plane) 'weire set a hard: ta4s: to- select .the.. winning hats :.i. " the various sections. . The members of the Moth is' Club served afternoon :-tea to: the -adults ..while: the children celebrated with, soft drinks:: w E fined -prizes are :,.as -fulows:-- f.- - . Prettiest.- hat, . Annette Waters. , Joy West 2; . cheaest hat, Lorraine Waters 1, William Mc IFeod 2: Funniest Hat: Janice" -May 1, Alani Thornton 2.:-- Most - Original Hat Sussn Hane-l?, 1, David Manson '. Special Priz.s: caro1 R chard, Deams- . Blar; ?ianne Hooker, .chn Bennud:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

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APEX SOCIAL WAS BIG SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

APEX SOCIAL WAS BIG SUCCESS "Hiawatha" ballroom present ed a gay scene on Friday night when Parramatta Apex Club held its first social. The dance was organised by the club's social director, Walter Clift, assisted by Sandy Steven SOn. Master of Ceremonies Mr. Dinny Smith, welcomed tho guests on behalf of the club president, Frank Margerison. Among those who entertained parties were newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Champion. Mrs. Champion was formerly well-known Parramatta lass, Maureen Graham. Mr. Laurie Hughes entertained a party, including Mr. and Mrs. R. Dewhurst; Miss Wella Wilson, Miss Joyce Read, from Cam meray, and Messrs. Hugh Shep herd and Dick Henderson. Guests of Mr. Sandy Steven son were Misses Pamela Myers Jill Magner, Beth Forrest Messrs. Bruce Topher and Angu, Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swan en tertained a party, including the Club's Sergeant-at-Arms, Mr. Herb. Cheetham, and Mrs. Cheetham; Miss Mavis Kunkler, Miss Shirley Dobbie, Miss. Mar celle Wearne, Miss Goode; Mess...

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Unfinished Homes As 'Play Centres' [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

Unfinished Homes As 'Play Centres Children had made "play centres" of un finished Housing Commission homes in Camp bell Place, Merrylands, Aid. E. G. Styles declared at Holroyd Council meeting. Alderman Styles said girass and weeds choked shells of the houses, begun two years ago. Council recently complained to the Commission about the pro. ject. The Commission has told Council that its criticism "ap pears ill-timed." The Commission admitted that work on the project had pro ceeded. slowlrly,; but it had been done continuously, despite diffi culty in obtaining materials. and labor. Another.. three homes.., were ready for occupation, the Corn mission. .'stated. "It mist ,be realised that the Commission's activities have con verted = large rural areas in your municipality to well developed and closely settled living areas," the Commission -told Council. Alderman- Styles.' The HQUs -. ing, Commission is a,.bit off the bean. Skeleton homes in Camp b'ell Place- are the-- 'b?g-bear' of. ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950

Miss McLACHLAN Dispensing Chemist KODAK SUPILIE 3 ARGYLE STREET, PARRAMATTA Opp. Station Telephone: UW 9270 T=~ & -LADIES 0 , BRIDGE GIFTS" fAo fro 347 CHURCH STREET SWISS . . . Full Guarantee. (At Lennox Bridge) BOY,.. 15-16 Years To train as LETTERPRESS MACHINE APPRENTICE: Exceilent- opportunity : to .learn remunerative trade on ioidern, machinery. CUMBERLAND NEWSPAPERS LTD., -/, Macguarie Street, PARRAMATTA. i, t -A ý. 5 D3 M : I I CHECKS AND REUBVES COUGHS ALMOST INSTANTLY The enormous Winter de mand for this remedy proves beyond doubt that it is of amazing value in the treat ( ment of coughs, colds, in fluenza, catarrh and all - bronchial affections. /I, * I I " / d .. I V? , ,U',, SSee The yQUALIY AT WESTERN PIANO HOUSE New and Recon'ditioned " PIANOS * PLAYERS * GRANDS , ORGANS Sfrom £40'O'0 or 6'6 weekly WESTERN P AN( mo~us 73 MACQUARIf ST , PARRAMATTA (Near Astra Th~aote) tUW 6480 Have Your Tennis Racket Restrung - at - TICKNER'S 18 DARCY STREET, P'MATTA. UW 9312 La...

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