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OPEN HOUSE AT COURTLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

OPEN HOUSE. AT COURTLANDS On Saturday, June .17th, an opportunity will- be afforded the public to spend an afternoon at "Courtlands," where entertain ment and a "Devonshire" after noon tea. may be obtained. This beautiful old mansion situated on the heights with a commanding view of the Parra matta District and set in peace ful park-like grounds, has re cently been acquired by the Manchester Unity Oddfellows, and will be opened in the near future as a convalescent home for, members. and their depen dents. In furthering its, progressive policy to supply many and varied benefits for members, the M.U. I.O.O.F. has also established an Orphan Gift Fund to care for orphans or part orphans of mem bers, and therefore a small charge of 2/- for adults and 1/ for children will be .made to assist this very worthy cause. Prominent, trained at Rosehill by George Musson for Mr. Ossie Keysen, went well on Saturday to the top of the stra'ght, but the seven furlongs was a little more than he could co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

wTANDan See us immediately Let us give you a demonstration and arrange for;. .. Immediate Delivery MARSH oALLS MOTORS (Authorised Sales and Service) CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA and Fitzgerald Street, Windsor PHONES: UU1597 and 2305 and Windsor 238 -------- ---I - I11nc METCALFE MORRIS Pty. Ltd. Funeral Directors PHONES: UW ?8891 - (two line). 179 Church Street; PARRAMATTA FRANK :MORRIS. Managing Director. AN VIL LE On Saturday, 17th June next, it is your democratic right and privilege to elect your Parliamentary representative for tle ensuing three years. Your .present Member, Mr. W. H. Lamb, M.L.A., Speaker of .the Legislative Assembly, is again the selected and endorsed Labor Candidate. He has` served you. ably and faithfully during the past 12 years. He will continue to do so. Return him-again. Vote OFFiCiAL LABOR li- FOR LAMB, [1J FOR CAMPBELL [2] Campbell, W. [1 LAMB, illiam Henry Authorised by the Hon. W. E. Dickson, M.L.C., Campaign Director. 77 g REJECT TIMBER Suitable for Pou...

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Conference On Park [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

Conference On Park Representatives .of Guildford Park committee, and aldermen of Parramatta City Council, Granville Ward, will shortly discuss certain matters concern ing the area. The committee wrote to Coun cil, last week, asking that a con ference be held. Chairman of the Ward Com mittee (Ald. D. S. McFarlane) and Aid. Kirk will attend the conference.

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Another Green For Granville Bowlers [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

Another Green For Granville Bowlers Parramatta City .ouncil will enter into an agreement with Granville Bowling and Recrea tion Club for the construction of another green at Granville Sol diers' Memorial Park. Council, last week, adopted a recommendation from Granville Ward committee, which provides for the construction of the green by tender, and the raising of. a loan to cover costs. The proposed loan is expected to be repaid by the club over a period of ten years, after the agreement is signed. Council's Engineer (Mr. W. C. Andrews) has submitted a spe cial report on the matter to the committee. Certain recommendations made in the report will be submitted to the lowest tenderer for the work.

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"HILL" FOR OVAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

"HILL" FOR OVAL? The Mayor of Parramatta (Aid. E. A. Mobbs) will try to organise" a football carnival at Cumberland Oval to raise mon.2y for the con struction of a "hill." Council recently agreed to help the Parramatta Park Trust with a proposal to increase seating accommodation at the oval. Alderman Mobbs told the City Council that he -would ask the N.S.W. Rugby League to assist in organising the carnival. Alderman W. R. Musto: "I think carnivals to-day are a com plete flop. "They are money-making pro positions only for the showmen,, not for the body trying to raise money for charities. "Voluntary workers are now not prepared to work under the same conditions as they did I. the past." Alderman Musto said local Rugby League officials had, offered the Trust "certain pro posals" to raise money for their, "One proposal was for games on Sunday afternoons 1 , the park," Ald. Musto added. \L /*'

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PLAN FETE FOR WORTHY CAUSES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

PLAN FETE FOR WORTHY :CAUSES Mr. G. C Gollan, M.L.A., will officially open the annual fete of the Parramatta-Ro.~ehill Women's Auxiliary of the N.S.W. Society for Crippled Children, in con junction with Parramatta Torch bearers for Legacy War Orphans, at 11 a.m. on Friday, June 16, in St. John's Parish Hall. Stalls at the fete will offer a variety of goods for sale. Lunch eons and afternoon teas will be .catered for. Prizes will be awarded :for the best entries in the following sections:--Sponge cakes (any flour); plate of scones; chocolate cake; apple tart; collection of sweets. A jumble sale will be held at 9.30 a.m. Organising .the fete are Mes dames Noller, Morris, Argent, and Miss M. Macmanis. The committee will welcome dona tions of saleable goods or mone tary contributions. Enquiries should be addressed to Mrs. E. Morris (UW7693). Rufus Owen- (65), Victoria Street, Granville, suffered a compound fracture of the right leg recently when kicked by a horse. He was conveyed by Par...

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TO CONFER ON M'CIPAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

TO CONFER ON M'CIPAL MARKETS Parramatta City Council will shortly confer with local market operators with a view to estab :fishing municipal markets here. Council has been considering 4t pro;posal for some. tin e: ,.th-. out reaching a "concrete" deci-, sion on the matter. Following the conference, views voiced by market repre sentatives will be considered by Parramatta Ward aldermen be -fore further action is: taken

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

Special Announcement to Dog Fanciers The Farrell Finger Dog Biscuit The Perfect Dog Biscuit NOTE THE FOLLOWING POINTS (1) They' are made from WHEATMEAL. (2). They are completely free from adxulteration. (3) They are finger-shaped. (4) They are easily masticated. (5) They are reasonably priced. (6) All dogs thrive on them. KIBBLE MEAL ALSO SUPPLIED. E. M. FARRELL & SONS Specialists in Dog Biscuits 14 Marion Street, HARRIS PARK 'PHONE: UW 8368 Local Agent: A. W. LEWIS, Macquarie Street, Parramatta Representatives Required for other Districts-Send for Sample. K. J. FLATTERS & SON Western District Premier FLOOR SANDERS POLISHERS 75 GILBA ROAD, GIRRAWEEN - UW3359 4~ . r, THIS BRILLIANT FRENCH MASTERPIECE WINS ... Performance reports from satisfied city- and country Early Delivery! owners all tell the same factual story: "The New * Hemispherical combusifon Peugeot's a grand car on Australian roads!" All agree that the chambers with overhead valves. new. model stands up to ...

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Team Mates' Choice [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

Team Mates' Choice I -Doc's Photo Service. ,NORM DIAMOND, first w inner, with .the Brock Cupi 'to be awarded an nually to the best and fairest player of the sc .ith the Parramatta 4t. Club cricket team. Norm is, captain of the team.

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SEEKS CASH TO REPAIR GATEHOUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

SEEKS CASH TO REPAIR GATEHOUSE Parramatta Pak. Trust has ap- peailed .,fhe?4 .&2hister for La-~!~fo (Mr. W. F. Sheahan) for a special grant for repairs to a gatehouse in the park. SParramatta City Council re cently served notice on the Trust to .-effect repairs to the house, estimated to cost £200.

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BRIDE FROM MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

-BRIDE FROM T 1 MERRYLANDS The .marriage ,was solemnisedc recently at St. Mark's Church of, England, Granville, of Eva May Pecarson, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. J. Peaison. ot Merrylands. to Leslie Roberts Graham, second son of Mr. and Mrs. William Graham, of Yenda. With her three-tiered lace gown of Spanish design, tile bride wore a string of pearls, a gift from her mother, and a gold watch pre:,nited to eir by thei 'groom.,. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and tuberoses. Mrs. Valmai Maidmrent was matron of lhonor, and Miss Romna Anthony bridesmaid. rTheir frocks were of pastel green anti mauve organdi oveir taffeta, wvorni with matching Juliet caps. They carried bouquets of or chids. The bridegiroom was' attended by Mr-i. Ronald Webb, .as best man, and his brother, Mr. Andy Graham, who was groomsman. Mrs. G. W. Pearson, mother of the bride, wore a cinnamon brown frock with sti-iped " af feta bow trimming, .to receive over one hundred guests at a reception following ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

White: I have never yet mas tered the art of getting rich without `working., ... " Gray: Neither hive I; but I know all about working without getting rich. -Goblin (Canada) District Visitor .(to small boys) Well, Johnnie-I suppose you'll b'e starthig' school next ':year? 'Johnnie: Oh, no, Miss! What would I do in school? I can't even read or write. -Answers (Eng.) BRUTONTS FLOUI SPLAIN AND SELF-RAISING ASK FOR IT! CHIMNEY SWEEPING - W, J. CONNELLY CURTAINS AND. A .L EQiIPMVINT. PROVIDED: NO DUST NO DIRT. Stoves, Grates, Ranges, Coppers, Boilers, etc. ._ FOR SERVICE --- Phone Day or Night. 9' Lackey Street, GRANVILLE - UU 1188 Sxper enced Coat Mac inists Packet Hands :and Makers wanted by TIap TOP TALORING PITT ST., MERRYLANDS. -,s IGiH WAGES :& BONUS. Phis UieVW 8545. Parrmatta-Guildf'o'rd Bus passes door. 3 Miniutes Station. ":~~. IA" ,_ ? , ANT To BUILD OT BOY YOUtO "OE the Parramatta-Granville-Merrylands-Guidford Group of Building Societies will make you Loans on this bas...

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MAYOR PRAISES WORKERS FOR CHILD CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

OR CHILD CENTRE It was very pleasing to see so many people not only ready to enjoy themselves, but eager to help the cause of liitle children, said the Mayor of Parra natta, Ald. -E. A. Mobbs, when he addressed the 170 people. who attended the annual ball held by Parramatta Child Centre Committee at the Town Hall recently. Ald. Mobbs, who with Aid: H. ,Horwood and Mrs. Horwood, Iplesented .the City Council at e function, congratulated the rganisers who had worked so 'd to make the occasion the igsuccess it was, and expressed gret that publicity officer, Mr. rank Quealey, .was . unable to itend owing to illness. Aid. Mobbs then presented the rize awarded for the best- de orated table at the ball, which ras judged by Mrs. Roy.,Turton, ad won by Mrs. Blay. Mrs. Blay's prize-winning table Fas decorated with , attractively aced bowls of deep pink anmellias. At the official table the presi 4nt of the Child Centre Com ittee, Mrs. J. H. Granger, wear ag a gown of cream satin, enter lined hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

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TWO FINED FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

TWO FINED FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING William Henry Sutherland (33), truck driver, Sixth St., Granville, was convicted and fined £10 last week by Mr. Brooke, S.M., at Parramatta Court, for driving a car while under- the influence, oil Sydney Road, Granyille. In evidence, Constable Smith, of Granville police, said he was a passenger in a motor cycle being ridden by Constable Sales, also of Granville police, west wards along Sydney Road. Defendant's car swerved to the left directly in front of the police cycle, causing it to be turned suddenly to 'the left and the brakes applied to avoid an accident. About a-quarter of a mile,fur ther on Sutherland's car was stopped. Defendant's breath smelt stipngly of liquor, his eyes watery and bloodshot, his voice thick and slurred and he was incapable of standing on his own. When taken to the police sta tion and charged he. was asked if he required a doctor. He re plied, "Why' do I need a doctor?' I'nm as full' as a boot." Two hours after being charged d...

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MARK OF RESPECT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

MARK OF :RESPECT Aldermen of Parramatta- City Council observed two minutes' silence at. last week's meeting as a mark of respect to Mathew :Davis; who died in Parriamatta District : Hospital following an accident in Church Str eet. Davis was employed on 'rat control duties with the council. when. he was kn6cked down by a truck while crossing the road. He had been an employee ol Council since 1926. Expressing Council's sympathy at Davis' death, the ,M;-'" Ald. E. A. Mobbs) 'said: ""We sympathise with every one con cerned." , ' -W.R

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

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GRANVILLE GIRL WEDS IN GREECE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

GRANVILLE GIRL WEDS. IN GREECE Mrs. F. Stanhope, of South. Granville, has received news from Greece of the marriage of her only daughter Juanita (Peggy) Stanhope to Markos Psilos, eldest son of Mrs Kal diope Psilos, of f?U?eus, Greece. The ceremony took place on April 29 at St. Nicholas Church, Piraeus, and was performed by Archbishop Kiniotakis, assisted by three priests of the church. The bride wore a gown of pastel blue. lace and her head-' dress, of mauve hyacinths and blue tulle, was attached to a waist-length tulle veil with small pearls. She wore a trailof red roses and blue iris, and carried a matching bouquet. Mrs. Anthula Kiniotakis, daughter of the Archbishop, was matron of honour attending the bride. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. George Psilos. After the ceremony the wed ding party drove to the city of Athens, where a reception was held. After spending some time with the bridegroom's mother iii Piraeus, the newly-weds will return to live in Sydney, wher...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 14 June 1950

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