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Plans Of Women's Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
Plans Of Women's Auxiliary Guildford R.S.L. Women's Auxiliary decided at a general meeting to change the group's social afternoon to the third Tuesday .of each month. A jumble sale will be held in the Guildford Soldiers' Ruoom on Tuesday, March 28. Donations may be left with the secretary, Mrs. Cole, Bolton St., or Mrs. Rankin, 9 Calliope SL. The auxiliary also decided to hold a grand fete on Saturday, June 3.
COMPLAINT OVER STRAYING STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
COMPLAINT OVER STRAYING STOCK Four residents of Chelmsforc Ro~d have complained to Hol royd Council of straying horses in the locality which were dam aging gardens and fences. The residents claimed the ani nals were also a dancer to young childrer. playing in the vicinity Alderman Styles said residents were complaining that Council's impounding officer was allowing animals to stray at all hours in all parts of the municipality. He added: "When. - residents contact the impourding officer he tells them he will see what can be done, but hours later the animals are still straying." The Inspector. Mr. V. R. Mack lin, said immediate investiga tions were made when complaitn were received. If 'straying stock were located they were impounded. Seven animals had been impounded in Holroyd during February. Cumberland County .Council has told Holroyd Council it has recommended to the Minister for Local Government (IMr. J. J. Cahill) that an area at the cor ner of Targo and Bilba roads, Girraween,...
TEDDIE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
TEDDIE Teddie died last month. She died of Tuberculosis. Only a few years ago a country girl, she came to the city full of hope for the future. Of the fun she would have, of the jobs she would get and the things she would do. Living in a small room she was independent, in dependent of regular meal hours, regular sleep and regular liv ing. So Tuberculosis caught up with Teddie. Now she is dead. She needn't have died if she' had lived with greater care and had known of the importance of a regular chest X-ray. What are you doing about this important matter! At your service: Anti - Tuberculosis Association of N.S.W., 33 Macquarie Place, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia; phone BW 4040, BU 1121.
Scouts' Stall Success [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
Scouts' Stall Success. A recent street stall conduicted by the 1st Guildford Scouts Group .Committee realised. the sum of £5/2/4. Prizewinners were: Cosmetics and laundry, Mrs. Mayer, Chet wynd Road; cake, .Mrs. Rank:n,. Chamberlain Road; cigarettes, B. Grull, Harold Street; fruit, Mr. Dunshay, Guildford R o a d; sweets, .Mr. H. Moore, Boltcn Street; groceries, .Mr. Rankin, Chamberlain Street; trophy, Mr. S. Knowles, Bursell Street; meat, Mrs. Robertson, Station Street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
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LEAGUE TRIALS AT MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
LEAGUE TRIALS AT MERRYLANDS : -Further Rugby League trials. were1 held at Merrtilaids; Oval on Satur:lay when Parramatta,: met North Sydney. Parramatta convincinzlyv dr feated Norths in the main match 7-3. Phelps, a try, Hobbs and Spelu cer goals, were the local scorers. On form displayed, it appears that Parramatta will retain most of last season's combination. Only players who appear likely. to force their way into the firsts. are the . young Cootamvndra Maher Cup flanksman, Hen nicker, and former first grade winger Ted Evans, who may make the centres. Former soccer International Ken Hough, appears to have little chance of ousting Jones for the' reserve grade custodian position.
P. & C. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
P. &Cr ANNUAL iMEETING The annual neeting of the Granville Secondary Jutnior Tech Snical School Parents -and Citi zens' Associatioa was held in the School, Mary Stregt, Giranville. -Attendance was not high, due, ,no doubt,' to the inclement weather. :A much larger ..gathei? inig,.,is hoped for at, the next ;meeting, which wi..illbe held on :Friday, March 31,( inr..the Upper -Assembly Hall of Ithe School. Office bearers. for 19506 are: ,President;. Mr. W. *M. Louddn; ,vice-presidents,,:. Messrs, MondS; ,and' Foster; hon. ,see, MIrs. C. Fauske; treasurer, Mr. A. G. Lyons. Management, social, pub licity 'and , vigilance., coummittees were •also elected, - The, meeting -welcomred Mit. Smith; District Inspector of Schools in' the 'Parramatilia Dis: trict. Mr. Smith gave a very encouraging talk aind ~epressed his* interest in, the association,' The-, balance sheet showved ,.a small but healthy credit, balance. :The Headnimaster, M-::i T. I. Kempster,. announced that ar rangements ...
Australian Legion [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
Australian Legion Any Parramatta district mem bers of the, Australian Legion who are unable to obtain copies of the "Express" can do so by applying direct to Headquarters, 17 .Castlereagh St!Yeet;, Sydney:: The City. of 'Parramatta sub branch meets every second Tues day in each month. Members are- requested to attend .meetings Sand' assist. the :sub-branch in 'its duties.
CYCLIST HURT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
CYCLISTji .UI URT Ninethen-years-old motor cy clist John: Brooks • received a compound fracture • of the . right leg in a, collision with a car at the corner of Berry Street and Parramatta Road. Brooks. who lives at 23 Eleanor Street, Granville was taken by Parramatta Ambulance to Parra matta District Hospital.
PLEA FOR HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
"PLEA :FOR HOME The housing shortage in Par ramatta has for more than thlee -month. iseparated a. young mother from. her husband and one. of her children. She is Mrs. R. C. Young, who is at present living with her sister-in-law in a. two-bedroom house at Rosehill Street, Parra matta. Mrs. Young is expecting a third child in September. Mrs. Young's husband, a Par ramatta bus company employee, is living in a tent at Toongabbie with their elder child, a five years-old boy. Appealing through the Argus for a home for her family, Mrs. Young said she had walked the streets each day, carrying her three-years-old son, searching for a cottage or rooms. Quiet minds can not be per plexed or frighten-d, but go on in fortune :or misfortune al their own private pace, like a clock durinrg a. thunderstorrnm. Stevenson.
JOURNALISTS' BALL ON EASTER THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
JOURNALISTS' BALL ON EASTER THURSDAY Members of the general pub lic are invited to attend the Journalists' Ball at the Troca dero on Easter Thursday, April 6. Plain and fancy dress will be worn. Some patrons will attend dressed as famous authors and well known characters from fic tion. Lady Anderson, who is Presi dent of the ball committee, ad vises that a limited number of tickets is available at the Troca dero on application. Table re servations, MA6431.
WORKED PASSAGE TO AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
WORKED PASSAGE TO AUSTRALIA Eighty-three-years-old Alex ander Foley, who died re cently at his daughter's resi dence in Northmead, more than' 60 years ago worked his pas sage from Novia Scotia to Australia. Mr. Foley captained cargo boats for Sydney Ferries Ltd. for 28 years, and was with Aus tralian Cream of Tartar for 14 years. He was 77 when he retired. Mr. Foley, who lived in Par ramatta for more than 60 years, is survived by his widoW, three daughters and two sons.
EASY TITLE WIN FOR JUVENILE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
EASY TITLE WIN FOR JUVENILE In. ..Granville-Clyde A.S.C.'s last championship race of the season, Kevin Gilmore had a. very easy win over promising youngster R. Johnson in .the 220 yds. juvenile freestyle champibnship. On Sunday morning Johnson was first to finish in, the 220 yds. junior. freestyle championship. but was disqualified by breaking his time by. nine seconds. Both the second .and third swimmers were also disqualified for' breaking time. These were Barney Patchett a n d Ron Ricketts.. The fourth man to finish, Merv Stuckey, was officially declared the winner. Another very promnising lad, Ritchie Thomas, had a' very con vincing win in the 55 yds. free style handicap for under 12's. Special praise must be given to Merv (Midge) Betts for his wonderful diving to win the club highboard and lowboard diving champioi'ships. Had. he dived as well in the, N.S.SW. championship he would have' had no trouble in whining that title. In twelve dives, he did not 'once make a splash on hitt...
PRAISE FOR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
PRAISE FOR COU CIIL, Guildford Progress .Association has praised a recent decision' by iolroyd. Council to reduce the rate from /1/2d. to ¼d. Council decided to reduce rates after notification of a Valuer General's survey in which lard in Holroyd Municipality was in creased in value by 90 per cent. Chamber members .were told that road works under the loan programme had already com menced. Contracts had been let for the construction of Woodpark and Cumberland Roads at costs lower than estimates. It was stated that other. loan works to begin shortly included the construction of the- Angor Etreet, and Military Road near Guildford station. Members decided to press for traffic lines on the approaches to bridges over the pipeline in Mili tary. and .Byron Roads and for repair of rain damaged roads and footpaths.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
Cop"Theve reor of Shopkeepers, Trsinesrofessionse Comprehensive Director,; of Shopkeepers, Trades, Prd essions, etc., Architect B. D. McDONALD, Ar:hitect, Post Office Chambers, 224 Church St. topp. P.O.), Parramatto. 'Phone OW7702. Automotive Service ALLCAR Automotive Electrical Ser vile, 29 Grose St., Parromatta, Office, Factory: 23 Daking St., 'Nth. Parramatta. Generators, Starter Motors, Magnetos, Auto Rewires. All classes of Electrical Appliances repaired. Body Builders GRANVILLE BODYWORKS. - New truck bodies, good materials .and quick delivery.. Utility conversions; seats and Hoods upholstered. Weld ing, and all body repairs. UU 2460. Builders NEW HOMES, immedlate start, also repairs and renovations. All work guaranteed. 0_. 'JOREID, 4 "Howeo. Street, Westmiead. Carpets, Feltex& Linos CORRIE WILSON, 122 Parramatta Rd., Granville, one door from Good St., Carpets, Feltex, Linos. Imme- diate delivery. Better made, better laid. UU1843. P. McGOVERN, -1 O'Connell St., Parrama...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
IN MEMORIAM &nbsp; MAIN. — In loving memory of my dear mother, Alice Main, who fell asleep March 21, 1944. Not gone from memory or from love, &nbsp; But to our Father's home above. Inserted by her loving daughter, Grace. RETURN THANKS MR. CLAUDE PAINTER and family wish to thank all friends for their kind sympathy in sad loss of his brother Tom. Please accept this as personal thanks. ENGAGEMENTS HUDSON - HANSEN. — The engagement is announced of the yougest daugh- ter of Mr. and. Mrs. J. Hansen, of Parramatta, to the third son of the late Mr. W. Hudson and of Mrs. W. Hudson, of Merrylands. BUCHANAN - STANTON. — The engage- ment is announced of Olga, young- est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stanton, of Rosehill, to Gordon, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Buchanan, of Eastwood. ROBERTS - EVERS. — Peggy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Evers, of Wentworthville, to Cedric, youngest son of Mrs, W. Roberts and the late Mr. W. Roberts, of Wentworthville.
"NEW" STREET DELAY COSTLY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
"NEW" STREET 'DELAY COSTLY The erection of eight shops, a £30,000, three-storey block of offices and several other substantial buildings was held up, because of the Parramatta City Council's failure to hurry the survey and position of the new street. This was stated at the annual meeting of the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce. Ald. Horwood admitted the scheme had been held up for months because the council had had no surveyor. Alderman Thomas stressed the urgent necessity of the new street. He said it was ridiculous and uneconomic for people to grow vegetables and raise poultry on land worth perhaps hun- dreds of pounds per foot. Mr. Ron Goode declared that the delay in fixing the posi- tion of the street was completely unnecessary. A ton of action was needed. Already people had been prevented building by the council in the area concerned for over two years and that was a shocking business. &nbsp; The chamber will urge the council to speed up fixing of the site of the new str...
C.C.C. SELECTS SITE FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL Technical officers of the Cumberland County Council favor the re-location of Parra- matta High School on land in Hassall Street, Parramatta, where the Whitehall Pharmacal Co. planned to build a factory. Acting County Clerk, Mr. W. E. Taylor, revealed this last week when he forwarded a report on the council's investigations to Mr. W. G. Macdiarmid, secretary of the High School P. and C. Association. [The Cumberland County Coun cil zoned Open Space an &nbsp; &nbsp; area of 34 acres including an 8-acre property belonging to the Whitehall Co., thus preventing the company from building. The property includes 'historic "Fir- holme." An appeal against the, Cumberland County Council de- cision is now before the Minis- ter for Local Government.] &nbsp; Forwarding the report 'to 'Mr. Nacdiarmid, Mr. Taylor said several sites had been investi- gated by technical officers and the area of vacant land bounded by Hassall, Alfred, Alice and &nbsp;...
NIGHT TENNIS REFUSED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950
NIGHT TENNIS REFUSED Operation of a night tennis court at the corner of Holds- worth Street and Merrylands &nbsp; &nbsp; Road would constitute a danger to traffic, Ald. L. Young, said at Holroyd Council meeting. Ald. .Young said it was pro- posed to establish a night ten- nis court at the intersection of four streets where, fatal acci- dents had recently occurred. It would be impossible, he said, to shield lights satisfactorily from oncoming traffic. Application for operation of the night court was refused by council.