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Good Morning, Dear Teacher [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

-rn'2erspiehpr I.O:: hi~iEE 1~·~Ep 9 Most sporting fixtures were postponed at district, schools last week following mnore . than ten days 'continuous rain., Playing fields at Granville, Au burn, Northmead and Merrylafids. have disappeared under a blanket of water, but sportsmasters are hopeful that conditions will shortly improve. Rain has also decreased at tendances at most schools. Some playgrounds have been almost entirely inundated with w?ater from torrential downpours, forcing children to remain in their classrooms during recesses. Following the devastating fire of nearly three years ago, when section of. Northmead. Public School was razed to the ground, workmen have commenced re constructing buildings there, the headmaster..(Mr. A. V. Adey) said last week. Demolition work had been completed, and it was, anticipated that reconstruction work would shortly reach an advanced stage, Mr. Adey added. Northmead defeated Auburn in a Rugby League competition match at Parramatta Park las...

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ENGAGED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

The engagement has been an :nounced Mrie, youger daughfi* r f'u'Mr. and 'Mrs. L O'Donnell :6f Ritchie St., Gran-i ville, : lmi, youn?e 'son, of Mr. 'and Mrs. F. : "Williari?is, of Barclay Road, North Rocks.

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£10 FINE FOR UNAUTHORISED BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

£10 FINE EORF D UNAUTHORISED BUILDING A man was fined atParramatta Court last week for erecting a' structure 'without the permission" of Parramatta City Council.' The man, C. Maishall, of, Sta tion Street, West Ryde, was fined £10, with 101- Court 'costs by Mr. Brooke, S.M. Chief Health Inspector, Jack Rogers Scott. who took action on behalf of Parramatta Council, told Mr. Brooke that such build ing regulation breaches were very prevalent. Defendant, he said, had been given permission by Council to erbct a cottage in Patterson Rd., Ermington. Subsequent to doing so, he built an unauthorised two. roomed structure. In reply to Council's warning to demolish this structure and' avbid prosecution he had written that he was providing temporary accommodation for a family. As far as was known the struc ture was still standing.

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Artists Rewarded By Brisk Buyers Market [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

Judging by the talent and quality of the work, the Strath Art Group's exhibition in. Parramatta. should have a ',complete sellout," .said Mr. Paul Beadle, eminent Sydney sculptor, when he officially opened the. exhibition of paintings by members of the Group at the Waratah Gallery, Macquarie Street, last week. Addressing the visitors, Mr. Beadle told of the aims and ob jective of the students forming the Strath Group to make seri ous art their life's work. He commended the high standard of work shown, and congratulated the exhibitors for their initiative in bringinr. their show out of Sydney to Parramatta. Of particular interest in the collection on view, Mr. Beadle said, were six oil paintings which were sent back to Australia for the exhibition from Cassis, France, by two foundation mem bers of the Strath Group, Robert B. Mitchell and Robert S. White. Altogether, thirteen members of the original group are now fur thering their art studies over seas. Following the opening one hundr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

* CumbCrland Argus, Wednesday, June 21, 1950. 3 THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 24th, PARRAMATTA OVAL :PARRAMATTA v. UNIVERSITY MISSION: Adults to stand 2/11, Children to stand 1/3. Adults, Outer Groiund 1/9, Children 6d. J. N. WILSON, Hon. Sec. For immediate Delivery: RENAULT TRACTORS. Kerosene Powered, Re a s: ' " movable Cylinder Sleeve, " "One Piece Main Frame, Unit Construction, For word Mounting Drawbar, Electric Lighting & Start ing, Steering Brakes, Power Take Off, Hy draulic Lift, Adjustable SFronrt and Rear Wheels. Geo'rge Howell, Great Western Highway, PENRITH. Phone: Office, B 221, B 222; Private, B 100. FYour s at . ont r l gr you :e t DESIGN No. 6 ` i. dn rslt d signs FOR PROMPT 'DELIVERY e sFor ";our new Home, .choose one of the new Terra-Cotta Surrounds. They are available toy ; suit open fireplaces; gas fires pr Wonderheat and Kosi stoves, in a delightful mdtled cream buff ceramic Iglae that is everlasting and will not stain or liscolour, and is easy to clean. Ask your ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

FOR THE JUNE -BRIDE See Our Extensive Range SPECIAL! While They Last, '. : we offer you a Czechoslovakian ' Crystal Hand-Cut Diamond Pattern , DRESSING , TABLE SET. Which comprises: Oblong Tray, Powder Bowl, Pin Tray, Perfume Bottle, with Large Stopper and 2 Tall Vases, at jhe Re?arkably Low Price ............ 7/19/ This is the Outstanding Bargain of the Year ! Also Separate POWDER BOWL, TRAYS, VASES, PERFUME BOTTLES and SPRAYS, JEWEL - CASES, PIN TRAYS and CANDLE STICKS. Also to complete your set is a CLOCK, in the beau- / Diamond Cut Crystal ' Diamond Cut Crystal tiful Windsor Crystal at: SALAD BOWLS: WATER SETS: 94/10/6 .- £2/.@/11 5/.6/9l. Cut Crystal ROSE BOWLS .. £3/2/6 ''. Diamond Cut Crystal •3 - COMPORTS. £3/3/11 Diamond Cut Crystal VASES .... 11/6 to WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELLERY REPAIRS. EXPERT WORKMANSHIP, PEARLS RE-THREADED. Arcade .Gift Store 9 The Arcade, Parramatta LAY-ByS ACCEPTED :: . UW 6846 320 Church Street 1,0HURSTVILLE.. . .. LU 1470 and night 193195and easy trav...

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CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

CORRECTION In our report last week of the Child Centre Committee. annual ball ?we stated that "Alderma We regret the error . ka "Council has already. voiced strong opinions on the lack of facilities for maternity cases at Parramatta," : Ald. Campbell added.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

WINTER BLACKOUTS. Stationary Engines For Sale SUITABLE FOR EMERGENCY PLANT 8 hp. Howard Twin Cylinder Stationary Engine, good order and condition ......... . £95 6 h.p. Buzacott, Horizontal Engine, kerosene, ex cellent value .................... £80 1 CUMBERLAND NEWSPAPERS LTD. Macquarie Street, PARRAMATTA - UW 8804 "A GOOD FIRM TO WORK FOR" BOYS ARE REQUIRED -FOR: WORK AT BISCUIT FACTORY APPLY AT FACTORY OFFICE, George St., Homebush *.Easy ,walk from Homebush or North Strathfield Railway Stations. * BurwOod-Lidcombe: Bus stops at George Street, Homebush. * Hours: 7.30 a.m. to 4.15 p.m. NO. SATURDAY WORK SOLD BY GROCERS. AND PROVISION SHOPS EVERYWHERE iA wholesome product containing 60% pure fresh i milk plus refined vegetable oils. Can be used where ever cream is used, straight from container or whipped to any consistency. For best whipping keep in ice chest or refrigerator :and use as required. Available. in Cartons dr Bottles Manufactured by DAIRY FARMERS Co-operative Milk Co. Lt...

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WANT TIDY-UP AT STATION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

WANT TIDY-UP AT STATION At last week's meeting of the Chamber of Commerce com plaints were made of untidiness at Parramatta railway station. It was stated that frequently rats could be seen at play. On .one occasion at least one dozen rats were counted in ten minutes. The Chamber will ask the stationmaster to have the station tidied tip and to take ac tion to get rid of the rats. Get the pattern of your life from God,. then go about your work and be yourself. - Ph'llip Brooks.

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FINED £10 FOR S.P. BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

FINED. £10 FOR S.P. BETTING,. .... Douglas " Claude McCod?er (30), laborer, of Church Street, Farramatta, was fined- £10, by Mr. Brooke, S.M., in Parra matta ,Court last week for S.P. betting. McCosker pleaded guilty. Constable - Weber, of Parra matta police, gave evidence that he went, to an address. in New Street, Parramatta, and found defendant in possession -of 60 betting slips, ranging from. 1/ to £1.

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Double Wedding In Historical Church [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

Dou ble Wedding In Historical Church Friends and relatives travelled from other States to attend the double wedding of two sisters at All Saints' Church of England, Parramnatta, recently. Lorna Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Millar, of Parra matta was married to Donald C. McIntyre, son of Mr. D. Mc Intyre, and the late Mrs. Mc Intyre, of Naracoorte, South Austialia; while her younger sister, Nita Mary Louise, was married to Donald Rosser Gore, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gore, of Box Hill, Victoria. The elder bride, Lorna, wore a bridal gown of white magnolia satin with long train and em broidered veil, and carried a bouquet of gladioli, camellias and hyacinths, with a touch of blue. Nita chose a gown of cream magnolia satin with long train, and with her fingertip tulle veil wore a pearl studded Juliet cap. Her bouquet was of gladioli, camellias and hya cinths. Bridesmaids were another sis ter, Miss Shirley Millar, and Miss Patricia Bridge. Both were gowned in buttercup lace and ...

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GOWN OF WHITE ORGANDI [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

WHITE .ORGM DI The marrige took plae r cently ' at ' St: '? John's . Cthtirc~i. Parramatta;, of Maureen:: June. Baker, d:aughter cof Mr. arid Mrs. I. Baker, of Parramatta, tb ?WiJ liam John iHazard, son 'of Mrs. G.. Jackson, of' Wentworthville, and Mr. W.. hazard, -.of. Sydney. The bride., wore, a gown of White organdi and broderie Ang lais over taffeta, with matching poke bonnet and three-tiered veil. She carried a bouquet of camellias and slipper 'orchids. Miss Minna Floyd- was brides maid, wearing a frock of mauve organdi over taffeta with match ing picture hat. Her bouquet was of: yellow jonquils and roses. . Mr. Gordon:: Carter .wa best The bride's'' monther;' Mrs. I. Baker, .wearing. a- blie -.moss crepe frock with black accessor ies, assisted .by the bridegroom's mother, Mrs.' G. Jackson, who wore brown accessories with her frock of green wool-crepe, re ceived forty guests at a recep tionf held at the "Waratah," Par ramatta.

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UNIVERSITY AT P'MATTA OVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

UNIVERSITY AT P'MATTA OVAL Next Saturday, June 24, Par ramatta play University at Par ramatta Oval. The students have a galaxy of talent including former All 3lack Gudsell, R. Jacobs, also a New Zealar"der, internationals, Blomley, Solomonr, Garner and last, but not least, breakaway Brockhoff, rated in New Zealand •s one of the best ever. Pairamatta will 'be back to full strength and their team will be: I. T. Irwin, E.. A.' iBrowne, P. Nicholsoi;' R. Culey: J. Bruce, `.. Naylor, N. Tregarthen, H. llliott, V. Odell, R. Thompson, F. Hppkins, L. Fitzpatrick, B. 'RcDonald, L. Wolfe, B. Haylor, R. Smith, (one to oe omitted).

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Mothers' Club Celebrates 27th Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

Celebrates Pairs ntta Central v IXnfants" School Mothrs° 'Clb ii re e .ty celebrated 'thie twenty' seventh anniversary .'of : its ' iiiaguration with.' :a tea party and", social evening, held at the school hall. Macquarie: Street. . Among the guests of :honour. were Mrs. H. J. Granger,. who was the club's inaugural secre tary- and keen worker for a.num ber of years; : and presidents. of Mothers' Clubs from Toongabbie, West Parramatta, Wes.tmead: North. Parramatta, Granville Central and; East Parramatta. A. posy of, flowers was p'e sented to each guest of honor, and thanks,: were expressed to visiting mnembers of. Mothers' Clubs .fromin other areas for their attendance. Mr. Winch was master. of cere monies, and musical items were rendered by Mrs. Marridtt, Mrs. Hayes, Miss' J. Leathem, Master Brian Ross and Miss Diane Cannon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

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BUSY WEEK FOR FIREMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

BUSY WEEK FOR FIREMEN. Although record-breaking rains fell in Parramatta, last week, local firemen were kept busy. Brigades from Parramatta, Auburn, and Guildford, quelled a blaze which broke out in the boiler room of Etna Electrical Appliance Co.'s factory in Wood- ville Rd., Merrylands, on Thurs- day. A large area of the factory was severely damaged, although the blaze was confined to one section. The outbreak is believed to have been caused by a short circuit in electrical wiring. A factory in Parramatta Road, Granville, was severely damaged by fire on Friday. Firemen, under District Officer L. . Newland, confined the blaze to the walls of the building. Cause of the outbreak is not known. After being down 0-2 to Holy Trinity, Concord, Parramatta Y.M.C.A. fought back to win 4-2 at Parramatta on Saturday aided by goals from Gibbs 1, Cook 1, and Tinnioro 2.

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Passing Of Guildford Veteran [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 21 June 1950

Passing Of Guildford Veteran The death occurred recently of Thomas Carter Kelly (87), of Salisbury Road, Guildford. Deceased is survived by his widow, Mrs. Louise Martin and two sons.   Interment took place in Smith- field Baptist Cemetery.

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BRIDE FROM GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

BRIDE FROM GUILDFORD The mati-iage 'took place re cently at the Leigh Memorial Methodist Church, "Parramatta, of iHelen Ethel, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Reg Vincent; of Rydalmere, to Robert Vincent, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. A. Gough, of Guildford. The bride wore a gown of white broderie Anglais and silk net, with a two-tiered veil se cured with a., coronet of orange blossom, and carried a bouquet Sof camellias, orchids and hya *cinths. Misses Jean Smith, Marjorie Vincent and Barbara Vincent ,were bridesmaids, wearing lime •green taffeta frocks with crown less hats of tulle. They carried bouquets of deep red roses. Best man was Mr . Ron Rippon, and Mr.' Lester Vincent was groomsman. The bride's mother, Mi-s. Reg tVincent, wearing a burgundy Ibeaded grdey'nsemjble"with bur gundy accessories, assisted by the groom's mother, Mrs. A. Gough, who chose fawn gabar dine worn with black accessories,' !received 120 guests at.the School !of Arts, Parramatta, after the !ceremony. The newlyweds motor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

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