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GRANVILLE MAN INJURED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

GRANVILLE MAN INJURED A nman suffered a severe in jury to his hand when it be came caught in machine belt ing at a Rydalmere factory. He is P.cnald Wilson, of Wara tah Street, Granville, who is employed by Le Tourneau Pty. Ltd., e?rth mnving machir.,rv manufacturers, of South Street, Rydalmere. Wilson was taken by Parra matta Ambulance to Parramatta D.strict Hospital, where he was treated for severe lacerations und abrasions to his left hand.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Afternoon Musicale [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

SAfternoon Musicle :Datintless .music lovers who paddled through the. rains on Empire Day to attend the Parra matta Home Services Club's afternoon musicale in the A.G.L. auditorium, George Street, en joyed an excelleht programme, headed by four songs from lead ing Sydney bass-baritone, Noel Melvin. Also featured were popular local artists, Miss Ila Brown, Mrs. Maker, Mrs. Robin son, and Mrs. Fallon.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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SUDDEN DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

SUDDEN DEATH William Arthur Graham, of Wansworth Street, Parramatta, collapsed and died on the foot path near his home, last week. 'Passers-by called Parramatta -Ambulance which rushed to the scene, but Graham was dead on' their arrival. The body was taen to Parra matta District Hospital morgue.

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Belmore Park For R.U. Training [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

Bemnore Park For iRU. Training Parramatta City Council ' last week granted an applicatiorn by Parramatta Listrict Rugby Union Football Club for the use of Belmore Park for training two nights a week. Tuesday and Thursday are the* nights granted and a nominal rental of £1 for the season wili be charged. The club was informed that no dressing room.accommodation could be made available.

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£7000 LOAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

£7000 LOAN Partamatta City .Council has b'een granted permission, by the : Department. of...J~ocal Goverrn'-, ne -'t.t: 6ai'se a ,loan of £7000. Pu'rpose, 6f the loan is for re couinient of geedrali fund for aff . gratuities, ' lonig service •live adi.d ctrxed,'1eaive

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CHURCH SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

CHURCH. SOCCER Parramatta Y.M.C.A. played a 2-all draw with Botany Pres.; on Saturday. Goals were scored by Bromley and Gibbs. Gibbs was really unlucky, as his shots hit the crossbar on no fewer than five occasions.

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JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

JUNIOR SOCCER Results of .Rangers' :matches: All Age A, 1 (G. Cot) lost to Botany, 2. W. Bunton outstand ing as goalkeeper. All Age B, 1 (R. Cunneen) drew with Annandale, 1. Best players, G. Murdoch and E. Mc Nab. Under 18, 5 (J. Plunkett 3, W. Shepherd, M. Ralph) d. Glades ville, 0. K. Jenrangs best player. Under 16, 2 '(R. Dykes, A. Yen dall) drew with Lidcombe 2. Best player, J. Wilson. Under 14, 0, drew with Home bush 0. A. Hansen outstanding player. Under 12, 1 (R. Clogg) d. Gladesville A, 0. Best players: K. Kelly, S. Baxter, G. Thomson,, R. :Clogg, F. Goldsmith, G. Mc Dohald. Under 14 B, 0, lost to Pendle Hill,.2. Best player, H. Friend. Under 12 B, -0, drew with Homebush, 0. Best player, G. Piper. SATURDAY'S FIXTURES All Age A, bye. All Age B v. Gladesville C.C., Parramatta Hosp., 3.15. Under 18 v. Campsie, Rudd Park 3, Belmore, 3.15. Under 16 v. Auburn, Parra matta Park 2, 2.0. Under 14 v. Lidcombe, Parra matt. Park 1, 12.45. Under 12 v. Gladesville B, Par ramatta Park, 1, ...

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LAW CAUGHT UP AFTER 4 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

LAW CAUGHT UP AFTER 4 YEARS A mln was convicted at Parramatta Court last week of having received a stolen type writer four years ago. The man, John Henry Carmody (33), labourer, Station Street, Wentworthville, was fined £10, in default 20 days' gaol, by Mr. Brooke, S.M. The typewriter. which was on loan from the R.A.N., had been stolen from the Commercial Bank Chambers, George and Barrack Streets, Sydney, on April 8, 1946. On March 23 this year Sydney police arirested a man who, they alleged, •implicated Carmody. Pleading guilty, Carmody told Mr. Brooke that he received no paymerit' iin' connection with the machine. . In 1946 he was a diriver for the R.A.N. He had merely conveyed the typewriter for a friend to a house in Leichhardt.

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COUNCIL COOL ON PROPOSED "HISTORY" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

COUNCIL COOL ON PROPOSED "NSTORY" Parramaita City Council. last week adopted the Finance Committee recommenda tion to defer consideration of commissioning an officiali hi~story of the city for three months. The Chamber of Commerce had sug gested the history. The Chamber had felt that a story of Parramatta would eatly stimulate the influx of ourists. Alderman W. R. Musto sup ported the Chamber's suggestion, and urged Council to immedi ately commission Mr. James Jervis, Council's Official His torian, to prepare the history. "Many citizens are concerned at the general lack of interest in the history of Parramatta Lhe cradle of. Australian civilisa tion," said Ald. Musto. "This history would arrest such apathy and make people aware of our city's great past." iIts. influence,. would be felt beyond Pariramatta itself and wvould be .a considerable fac tor in developing the local tourist trade. , The Mayor. (Alderman E.- A: Iobbs) said no good purpdse vould be served by beginning ? official...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

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CAN BUILD SALEYARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

CAN BUILD SALEYARDS The Minister for Local Gov ernment (Mr. Cahill) will take no acton i prev&nt the estab lishment of saleyards at North Parramatta. Parramatta City Council was Informed of this last week. Objection to the proposed sale yards had been made to the De "artment by the Housing Com mission because of the many Jommission homes in the vicin ity. .However, Mr. Cahill pointed out that under Council's local planning scheme it will be pos sible to mitigate any adverse effect on residential develop anent by appropriate zoning and buffer strips. Council was empowered to sbolish the saleyards at any time in the future if necessay in the public interest. In. addition, uinder health reg:u lations ,it could control land So as to prevent any unsanitary condition. arising..

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"OUTSIDE" SURVEY OF LAND FOR BUSINESS AREA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

"OUTSIDE" SURVEY OF LAND FOR BUSINESS AREA Parramatta City Council has instructed the engineer (Mr. W., E. Andrews, to seek an inde pendent survey of land within the proposed extension of the city's business area. Mr. Andrews reported to Council that it was apparent that the area roughly bounded by Churcn Street, Smith Street, Darcy Street and the river, offered opportunities for exten sions. However, before proposals could be submitted a survey would be, necessary. Council did not-have sufficient staff to do this and' to avoid delays later he recommended a private film be .engaged. Parramatta Chamber of Com merce wrote concerning the proposed new street and re planned business area. "In view of the inconvenience to which property owners have been put, and the urgency of the proposal," the Chamber urged that publicity be given to Council's deliberations as soon as possible.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

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Soccer Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

Soccer Fixtures The following are the fixtures for next week-end of Granville District Soccer Football Associa tion:- Guildford v. ~ewpie, Coloqu houn Park, 3 p.m.; Chelsea v. Prospect, Jones Park, 3 p.m.; Granlville R. v. Lidcombe, Fern dell St., 3 p.m. Under 18: Granville R. v. Kew pies, Ferndell St., 1.30 p.m.; Cumberland v. Lidcombe, Lid combe, 3 p.m. Under 16: Kewpies v. Lid combe, Coloquhoun Park, 1.45 p.m.; Rydalmere v. Carlingford, Rydalmere Park, 3 p.m.; Wara tah, bye. Under 14: Carlingford v. St. Gabriel's, 11 a.m.; Rewpie v. Guildford B, Coloquhoun Parkw 10 a.m.; Rydalmere v. Guildfoi'd 11ydalniere - Park, 2 p.m.; Lid-. coiibe v. Waratah, Lidcormbe, 1.45 p.m. Under 12: Rydaimere v. Car liiigford, Rydalmnere Park, 1 p.m.; Waratah v. St. Gabriel's, 10 a.m.; Guildford v. Kewpies, Guildford, 10 a.m.

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BOWLS OFFICERS ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

BOWLS OFFICERS ENTERTAINED Parramatta Bowling Club, last Saturday, entertained offi cials of the N.S.W. Bowling Association and delegates to that body. In the gathering were the As sociation president, Mr. Lionel Roseby, patron; Mr. John Scott, vice-president; Mr. George Car eon, vice-president, and Mr. T. Heath, and the secretary, Mr. C. G. Smart. A social match was played, and at afternoon tea the Parra matta president, Mr. D. B. Ram-. say, extended a welcome to the visitors Play in the Parramatta singles "hampionship has now reached the semi-final stage, and the ultimate result is not easy to predict. Five games were de cided last Saturday, but in the majority of them the finishes were not as close as might have been expected. Vic Warren and Bob Bruce had an interesting contest, only a few points separating them at any stage. Commencing what proved to be the last end, War ren was leading 29-26, and was lying shot when his opponent came down firmly, struck the jack, to give Warren...

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Christian Science Churches [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

Christian' Science Churches "S6ul. and Body' wa:the-.sub-2 ject in, all. Chirches of' ChiriS~ Scientist, on Sunday. The golden text Was: My sdul, wait thou oniyrupon God; for my Sexp??ition is from hiin. Psalms 62:5. Among the Bible citations com prising the lesson-sermon-was the following: Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. Colossians 3 : 2. The following passage from the Christian Science Textbook, "Science and Health with Key to .the Scriptures," 'by Mary Baker Eddy, was. also- included: Soul; ,or Spirit;, . is: God, U n-:-i -cangeable- and eterrmiliW r m-an co-exists. with the reflectd Soul, Gbod, 'for man is God's image. P. 120. The poet's line, "Order is heaven's first law," is so eter nally true, so axiomatic, that it has become a truism; and its wisdom is as obvious in religion and scholarship as in astromomy or mathematics. - Mary' aker Eddy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

©Fro" "addock ~- Punter (By HARRY QUiGLEY.) Prospective buyers have been making inquiries conceliwing the Rosehill three-year-ol1c Tea TOvel, but the price asked has put thiem off. ' A very promising colt, Tea Towel will not be given away. At the recent sale of Mr. Frank Ludlow's- stud at Mus wellbrook, a number of young 5ters submitted were passed in, and are now at their qwner's Rosehill property. - -+ + 'Valroy, trained at Rosehill by Tom Sherd, showed a lot of pace to dispute the lead' with Botany Bay in the First Ashbury Mixed a Canterbury last Saturday. He -lied away towards the finish, but the run should improve him. it's a long. time since Tom won a race, but a provincial event should suit Valroy. + + + SIt's not always a good thing to change one's mind, but Rose hill trainer Jack Ryan did so with profit last Saturday. In the early morning he told me 'that as the. going at Canterbury was sure to be heavy it was unlikely that his gelding Mur rumbidgee would start in the Welte...

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Professional Cycling [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

Professional Cycling The following are the results of the Western Suburbs Pro fessional Club's 36 mile handi cap: Bob Bird (5½ mins.) 1; Alex Turner, (9 mins., Scotland) 2; Art Colman (4 mms.) 3... Fastest time: Art Colman. One's first lesson is to learn one's self; having done this, one will naturally, through grace from God, forgive his brother and love his enemies.-Mary Baker Eddy.

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