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ILLNESS OF MRS. P. H. JEFFERY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

ILLNESS OF MRS. P. 'H. JEFFERY Mrs. Jeffery, wife of Aid. P. H. Jeffery, Chairman of Parramatta Hospital Board, is sufferrng from nervous fatigue and is being. nursed at home. .On her doctor's advice, Mrs. Jeffery has cancelled all erigagements for an indefinite time. Her many friends will wish her a speedy recovery.

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THREE ARE FINED FOR S.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

THREE ARE FINED S FOR S.P. Three men were fined for S.P. betting by MS. Brooks, S.M., at Parramatta Court last week. Each offence took place at the respective homes of the defend ants. Sined were Neville . Tate :If-t-c.i/ laborer, Smith Street, Went worthville, £15 Raymond Fittler (39), laborer, Woodville ,oad, Merrylands, £10. John Frederick Vincent (33); Bursill Street, Guildford, £10. ,?nior Co-stable Weber, of Parramatta Police was in charge of the rainers.

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NARY A WORD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

BNARY A WORD Aldermen sat mum, at Parramatta City Council meeting last- week when the Mayor (Ald. A. E. Mobbs) aniounced that in future Ward Com mittee recommendations wouldc be approvel with out discussion, unless an ,A½._?n-e2t he?f.elh ?h e :.. :ad" . somdething '"really con structive to say. As. Ward Committees sifted a matter thorough ly before making recomrn mendations, time should not be wasted on further discussion, the Mayor decreed. . -[

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STRUCK BY CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

STRUCK BY CAR When he alighted from a bus at the corner of Pernant Hills and Sutherland Streets last week and ran in front of it, a 13 years old boy Wras struck by a car. The boy, Harold Alcock, of Pennant Hills htoad, Parraimatta, was taken by Parramatta Amn bulance to Parramatta District Hospital. He was treated for abrasions and allowed to leave.

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Parramatta No Match For Berries [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

Pafrramatta No Match Foe r Berries Parrainatta were completely out of touch in.the match against Canterbury-Bankstown at Cum berland Oval on Saturday. Although a man shrQt-Oi' the greater part of the match, the. Berries had a comfortable 18-8 win. Parramatta missed scoring chances on several occasions when players threw speculator passes when hemmed in. These were mostly snapped up by Can terbury players, and .defence was turned into attack. Parramatta c a p t a i n, Bob Hobbs, was the best of a weak pack of forwards. He broke through nicely on one occasion to send winger Evans in for a try under the posts. Best of the backs would be Johnston and Schomberg. The only possible excuse for Parramatta's indifferent; showing would beothe fact that the rep rerentative matcnes have kept the team out of action for two weeks.

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

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Police-Citizens' Ball Was Big Success [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

WasB~i~g Success: Most talked about social event of last week was the dazzlingly successful annual ball of Parra matta Police-Citizens' Boys Club. Mrs. Elizabeth Frazer is still re ceiving congratulations for her brilliant organisation of the func tion ... especially the exquisite spectacle of the presentation of the 1950 debutantes.

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

.TH E OUTDOORS SPORTS SOSW RE ,a Windsor lRoad; NORTHMEAD I Just past the Woollene Mills Auto Tents - MaFquee Tents - Tarpaulins - :Water Bogs -' Aladdin, Normidn and' Colemon Lights - Pressure Stoves and Primuses - Hurricane Lights. All Canvas Goods available. Stretchers - Sand Shoes. Every thing for Campers and Camp -- ing. Come along and have a friendly chat.. Ask us about ammunition, we'll Possibly have' some too. We Deliver - We Accept Loy-Bys - We Are' Experts PHONES: UW 8055 and UW 8515 edha Setvsice Station 0: 0 (Sydney Stafford Pty. Ltd.) UU 2431 UU 2431 OPP. VAUXHALL HOTEL, GRANVILLE SERVICE TO THE MOTORING PUBLIC SEVEN DAY PETROL AND OIL SERVICE. MARFAX GREASING SERVICE. EFFICIENT MECHANICAL SERVICE EXPERT PANEL BEATING SERVICE. ACCESSORIES AT CITY PRICES. FAST BATTERY CHARGING. AUTHORISED INSPECTION STATION. LAURIE LUND, Manager. 6-8 x 2-8, 6-8 x 2-6, 6-8 x 2-3 With k" 1id. Pine Ply & edge strip 40/9 Wih 4" Silky Oak Ply & edge strip 44/6 Also in Stock: Q...

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MAY BREAK RUN OF OUTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

MAY BREAK RUN OF OUTS Parramatta Rugby Union meets Western Suburbs at Cumberland Oval on .Saturday. Although the local side has only won one game out of the five played to date, their form, except in the match against North Sydney, has been good enough to suggest that their run of outs will soon stop. This season's first team is a team of youngsters who are gaining experience every match. Players of the calibre of Culey, Pilcher, Browne and Irwin in the backs, and Lewis, Haylor, Smith and Wolfe in .the forwards are playing excellent football. Western Suburbs are led by Wallaby Sorward Dr. Phil IIard castle, and also include former Parramatta player Brian Palmer, who last Saturday brilliantly forced his way into .the State side to play Queensland.

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

GRANVILLE FIRE The bathroom ard kitchen of a cottage .in h'illiam Street, Grknville, ,was severely dam aged by fire last week. An occupant,' 54 years old Wil liam Hays, suffered burns to tne hands and face. Hays was conveyed to Parra matta District Hospital by Par ramatta Ambulance and was al lowed to go home after treat ment. Parramatta and Auburn bri gades attended. Fireman James, of ktarramatta Brigade, suffered a gashed lin ger from falling glass whjlu lighting the fire. Cause of the blaze is unknown.

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SPORT Granville Tech. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

SPORT Granville Tech. Results of last week's fix tures: Soccer: 1st grade, Westmead 3 d. Granville 2 (B. Livingstone and Arthur Saunders 1 goal each. Team played well); 2nd grade, Granville 5 .d. Westmead 0 (Wardman, Tucker, Gazzard and Campbell .the outstanding players); 3rd grade, Granville 2 d. Westmead 1; 4th grade, Gran ville 4 d. Westmead 0 (K. But terworth and R. Brown the out standing players). Ringby League:.. 2nd grade, Liverpool 13 d. Granville 0 (W. Andrews and J. Inries played well).; 4th Miade, Granville 25 d. Liverpool 0 (B. Pemberton' and J. Clancy 2 tries each; B. Beve ridge, C. McCall and L. Foster, 1 try each, arid T. Ryan 2 goals. Team shaping well); 6th grade, Granville 3 d. Liverpool 0; 7th grade, Granville 6 d. Liverpool 0 (Rees, Conno!ly, Thompson, Cheetham, Viney and Selby the outstanding players). SAustralian Rules: 1st grade, Granville 50 d. Hurstville 43 (Byrnes 18 pts., Stenhouse 12 pts., Scobie and** Lever 6 pts. each, Cowan 7 pts., Carter 1 pt. Team pl...

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GOOD MORNING DEAR TEACHER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

DEAR TEIACHER District schools celebrated Eiipire Day in the customary manner last week. At Parramatta Central, pupils were addressed by Alderman 1H. V. Horwood, Deputy-Mayor of Parramatta; Mr. D. M. Smith, District Inspector of Schools; Rev. K. Matta; Rev. A. E. Put land, and by the Headmaster, IMr. W. J. Bannon. At Northmead Public, the Empire Day ceremony was con ducted with the aid of the broad casting system. 2t- .. ~2.

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

THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd, PARRAMATTA OVAL PARRAMATTA v. WESTERN SUBURBS ADMISSION: Adults to stand 2/11, Children to stand 1/3. Adults, Outer Ground 1/9, Children 6d. J. N. WILSON, Hon. Sec. "HYPNOTISM" Is NOT a gift . . . YOU can learn and be as good as any Professional Hypnotist . 'THE MESMER SCHOOL OF HYPNOTISM' SYDNEY. Will give you a thorough theoretical, as well as practical, training in ALL phases of Hypnotism and Mesmerism. . PERSONAL TUITION. *. CONVENIENT EVENING INSTRUCTION. * VERY LOW FEE, PAYABLE WEEKLY. * Each Student actually induces the deep stage of Hypnosis in a subject before graduating an accomplished Hypnotist. For Fullest Particulars (no obligation) write to: 'THE MESMER SCHOOL OF HYPNOTISM' BOX 2359 G.P.O., SYDNEY. S INGNR S. M. - 1500 6-Seater Sedan 15 h.p. NOW ON SHOW IN OUR SHOWROOM EARLY DELIVERY Arrange for Demonstration Par View Service Sation UW 9184 - 382 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA CHIMNEY SWEEPING - W. J. CONNELLY CURTAINS AND ALL EQUIPMEINT PROVIDED. j...

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RED CROSS DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

DED- COSS MAY F; Airst of: the woior ann~ial RId -Gross badge. days will be 1'eld this year ori Friday, June '2, when sellers 'will be on duty in 'the suburbs arid at ferry whartres and railway stations. Red Cross appeals. to its sup porters to buy their badges on their way to work or on their niorning shopping round in their own suburb. Proceeds of this "dayt" will go towards the maintenance of the Red Cross Sbciety's work for sick and disabled ex-servicemen, its blood -transfusion service, tuberculosis hospitals, and many other peacetime services.

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REVUE RAISED £100 FOR SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

REVUE RAISED £100 FOR SCHOOL A reue :held iecently in the Granville Town .Hall raised approximately £100 for the Trongate Rom an Catholic School building fund. The organiser, Mr. Ted Quig, estimated the attendance at 800. Compere was Mr. Bill Martin, and accompanist, Mrs. Moncrieff. Among the artists who contri. buted to the success of the even ing were Dick Fowkes, Bill Hampson, Doreen Stephens, Ne ville Munro, vocalist Marie Quig, Jann Malzard, Jdy and Heather McKean, contortionist Janice Murphy, the Epsom Sisters, Coral Vincent, Cy ("Sinatra") Smith ers, Joan Breeze, tenor Alan Garner, comedian Joyful George, Peter Thompson, Elaine Quig, Ruby Laycock, and Dulcie Mc Cauley. Tenor Alan Garner stole the show with his singing in Eng lish of "O Sole Mio," the Nea politan song immortalised by the late Enrico Caruso. Alan also sang "Torna a Sur riento." As an encore, he ren dered an operatic aria-"M'Ap pari," from Flotow's "Marta.'" The happiness of married life depends upon making smal...

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NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

`NEW TE?LEPHONE SYSTEM. Parramatta City Council has received several quotes relating to its proposed new 13-line inter office telephone system at -the City Hall. However, Council decided last week to await information from the P.M.G. Department about the suitability of a system simi lar to that a Parramatta District Hospital. It is hoped that in Parramatta at least £2,660 will be raised, thus qualifying for a "Scroll of Honour."

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

R. W. CRADDOCK.' BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR 141 BOMBAY STREET, LIDCOMBE (Near Parramatts Rd1.) PRE-ASSEMBLED and READY-CUT HOMES. Plans and Estimates submitted. 'Phone: UK 1840. SFor Your Liberal Party Candidate S. c. GOLLAN Polling Day, 17th June, 1950 Enquiries at Committee Rooms, * ! 1 8 George St., Parramatta. Complete Home Furnishers 10 South Street, Granville 'PHONE UU 2124 Complete Bedroom Suites 3-PIECE Wardrobe, 3'6", 5 S. ----. . .. Drawer Dressing Chest .. I and 3' Bed. 4-PIECE 5N Wardrobe, 4'6", Dres sing Table, Lowboy W3o and 4'6" Bed. . from 5' . 7E A SINGLE UNITS 7... i .. Wardrobes, From £9/12/6 Dressing Chests, £7/10/6 S S All Sizes-2'6", 3', 3'6" a'nd 4'6", in Dark or Light Oak, with Combination Wire Mattress, from' .... £51'6 Wool and Cotton, Inner Spring and All Kapok MATTRESSES to fit Afrom £1'14'6 I , Inspection Invited CASH OR CREDIT - CASH ORDERS OR LAY-BYS. UP TO 2 YEARS TO PAY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT'S BRING RESULTS! showrooms a, 8 D. rc- See, ea Acae RAISMnes...

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CATERING CHANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

CATERING C'HANGt~E McKay's, High Class Caterers of the Caraleon, 42 George St., Parramatta, after thirty years of catering in the Parramatta dis trict are retiring and.introduce to the puiblic Nolan Brothers, caterers and- pastrycooks, of the Gosford and Pendle Hill dis tricts, to continue the service, which bears such a distinguished name. For the past patronage, Mc Kays take this. opportunity of thanking their thousands of clients. The business will be carried on as usual vy Nolan Bros. at the Caraleon.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 31 May 1950

IN MEMORIAM GRAY.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, John George. who was accidentally killed, May 30th, 1941. Memories are treasures. no one can steal, Death leaves a wound no one can heal; Life\ is eternal, love will remain, In" God's own tinie we'll meet again. Sadly missed by his loving wife and children. GRAY.-Cherished memories of our dear father, John George, who was accidentally killed, May 30th, 1941. A beautiful memory dearer than gold; A father whose worth can never be told; A loving smile, a happy,face; A broken link 'we can never replace. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Gloria and Wil liam. THOMSON, Trevor Noel.-Fond mem ories of a dear husband and father, passed away, June 3, 1949. Missed in a thousand ways. Inserted by Nellie,, Malcolm and n: .?~' L .n .

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

MUSICAL H. WELLS PIANO TUNING 51 Wetherill Sit., CROYDON Telephone: UA 4052 Est. 40 years, 20 years in London. pianos and Players Tuned, Repaired, Re-felted, Re-buting, Re-valving, Polishings FELTEX Colours now available: Green Marble, Blue Marble, Fawn Marble. 6ft. wide ...... .49/9 yd. Fawn and Green Floral. 54in, wide .......33/9 yd. Underfelt 6ft. wide ......... .8/9 yd. Prompt Sewing. .and. Layinrg Service (if required). Reasonable Charges. Workmanship Guaranteed. For Free Quote call or write C. B~A ERB 27 Bradman Street, MERRYLANDS (Off Excelsior Street). Your Selected' anRl Endorsed Liberal Candidate for Alderman William- Campbell MAYOR OF HOLROYD He has given 25 years of Service in Local Government (6 terms Mayor), which is proof of public opinion. He is 1 00%' British and a good Australian. A keen de- * bater. A Merrylands business. man for over. 25 years, which en titles him.. to. know hbw to spend YOUR MONEY wisely. A great worker for Hospital improvement and particu larl...

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