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

There's lots to be said 46r the STROMBERG CARLSON "AIR HOSTESS" THE RADIO WITH THE NEW "LOUVRE LOOK" 4 valve "Reflex" circuit, giving performance equal to that of many 5 valve sets. Easily carried to any room in the house New type plastic cabinet with plastic pointer on dial PRICE £16/19/6 Cash - Terms Available -- I Srr Immediate Delivery: RENAULT TRACTORS Kerosene Powered, Re SOne Piece Main Frame, Unit Construction, For ward Mounting Drawbar, Electric Lighting & Start i.;g, Steering Brakes, Power Take Off, Hy draulic L:ff, Adjustable Front and Rear Wheels. Authorised Distributor: tCorae Howsyl. Great Western Highway, PENRITH. Phone: Office, B 221, B 222; Private, B 100. Complete Home Furnishers BEDROOM .I KSUITES S;i;. For Wardrobe, Duch F >ess Chest, and 3ft. Bed to match. from £24/5/6 " " - .FULL. SIZE SUITES 4 pieces, 4'6" 'Robe, SK. Loughboy with fitted drawers and hanging space, Dressing Table with large circular mirror and 4'6" Beds. . Beautifully made and finish...

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

From iPadd octo Pm ter By Harry Quigley. 'According to .rumor, a very 'prominent "Randwick trainer proposes to build "stables. -at Rosehill in the near future. The premises now occupied by him have been sold, so they say. Alan Cooper informs me that his colt, Purple Prince, is work ing again in Melbourne and will shortly be .back at his owner's stables at Rosehill. + - I+ In a list of apprentices who, last week, were given permission to ride in races in the metro politan area. was the name of A. Eaves. The younger Eaves, brother of Jack, is a capable rider and has a win at Grafton to his credit. -I - + Two old friends in Deep Sea and "Jacky" James met again at Doomben on Satuiday. When the late George Musson trained Deep Sea at Rosehill, "Jacky" was his track rider and piloted him in some of his races. The best the pair could do at Doomben was to finish ;third in the Flying Handicap to' Spellman and High Jip. Rosehill trainer 'Bert Stanton has received word that Jack O'Sullivan' has...

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THINKS WE'RE "WONDERFUL" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

THINKS WE'RE "WONDERFUL"' Mrs. E. Pitfield, employee of Murray Bros. Ltd.: Parr-. matta, thintks the' Arigus is "a wonderfiil paipe :" Recently the Argus fea tiured a report of: schiolar-: ship honiours' vion by Mrs. Pitfield's only sonaMaurice' (19). ' Within a: few' hours of"' publication,' people fmom' many different localities in Parramatta district began calling on Mrs. Pitfield to offer congratulations. "I have always known the Argus to be a popular and widely-read paper," Mrs. Pitfield said, "but I was really impressed- to think so; many people from such variois distances had read: the story. Thanks to the Argus, many friends with whom I am not in close touch regularly learnt the good, news without delay, and were able to share in the family's pleasure at my. boy's .success." Mrs. Kennedy, president of Parramatta Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary, says an: appeal for volunteer helpers for the auxiliary's work at the hospital, published re cently in the Argus, was re sponsible for th...

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RECRUITING DRIVE AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

RECRUITING DRIVE AT PARRAMATTA The first complete technical unit ever raised at Parramatta Lancer Barracks in peacetime will commence recruiting on Monday. The unit, the 32nd Light Aid Detachment, will service the 1st Royal N.S.W. Lancers. Technicians, mostly radio and automotive mechanics, are needed to help fill the establish .ment, also expert drivers, who can handle " heavy trucks and seimi-trailers. Parades will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Mondays, from July 3. Particulars can be obtained by 'phoning UW9589.

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BRIDE WORE MOTHER'S CORONET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

BRIDE WORE MOTHER'S CORONET For her recent maFriage at the Leigh Memorial Church, Parra matta, to .IVr. Vincent Rose, Miss Doris. Selina Pollard chose a bridal gown of brocaded satin with train. Her satin-trimmed tulle veil, which she secured with a coronet of orange blos soms, was first worn by the bride's mother at her wedding. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pollard, of Parramatta, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rose, of- Parramatta. Miss' Jean Galpadd and Miss Shirley Pollard, a niece of the .rice, were bridesmaids, wearing blue taffeta frocks with matching picture hats. They carried bou uuets of pmin carnations and blue delphiniums. -Little Anne Pol lard, aged four, another niece of the bride, was flower-girl. Mr. V. Budin was best man, and Mr. J. Hardy was grooms man. Over 70 guests were later re ceived at a reception held at the School of Arts, Parramatta.

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

EWB~u~' _&E O UP TO .10 SAVIN.G ON. YOU W REERB ERATOR if you ACT OW! See the 1950 S.T.C. REFRIGERATOR I Incorporating ... . e America's latest Quick Freeze Shelf S The most modern and efficient Sealed Unit s:ksi. :4~:z tO0 Costs only I d. per day to operate 0i 5 cu. ft.- Family Size .1~ * Mr. Whatmuff has just made a special purchase at today's prices to I ensure that those customers who act quickly will save from £5 to £10. Mr. Whatmuff's previous prediction regarding price rises and steel short j g .ages proved to be only too true . . . Therefore in your own interest ACT NOW and buy one of the w6rld's most efficient Refrigerators . . . the Famous S.T.C. " Cash price £124/19/- * Dep. £25/9/- * Up to 3 Years to Pay! I Also-3rd Floor, PICCADILLY ARCADE (Castleregh St. End a ) -SYDNEY 39 UWPf 881r3 sae pld. Also--3rd Floor, PICCADILLY ARCADE (Cast~ereagh St. End)--SYDNEY 101 PARRAMATTA . .. UW'7167 320 Church Street HURSTVILLE......... LU.1470 WARS TOAV165 and 305 Forest Rood...

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

The Argus Local Busi ess' Gude mprehensive Directory of Shopkeepers, Trades, Professions, etc., itect McDONALD, Ar:hitect, Post ' Charr~bers, 224 Church St. p.O.), Parramatta. 'Phone :0z. tiers HOMES, immediate start, also rs and renovations. All work irnteed. O. JOREID, 4 Howe' e, Westmead. pets, Feltex & Linos RIE WILSON, 122 Parramatta Granville, one door from Good 'Carpets, Feltex, Linos. Imme te delivery. Better made, better UU1843. 'cGOVERN, 1 O'Connell St., maotta. Caroets, Feltex and Laoyer. UW6619. rying IRYING. Sand, metal, - rqetal l, soil, top dressing, ashes, le, blockwood, etc. L. Gilbert, Dunmore Street, Wentworth , Phone UW6503. ED COLE, 66 Ettalong Road, die Hill. Shale, MetaI, Sana. Dressing, General Carrying rage space available. UW3520 UW9446. ND Metal, Ashes Selected Top essi, Shale filling. Flag Stones, petitive prices. UB7679. ering LINGERS, 52 Station Rd., Aub UX6413. Weddina breakfasts tered for in public halls. YUILE, 111 Rawson St., Auburn erer for...

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OFF TO ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

SOFFTO .ENGLAND - Fr-i., G. A. Fawbert, of Merry lands, who is organist and choir master at St. Mark's Church of England,.. Granville, will leave shortly for a six month's holiday in India and England.

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

Whether yo. e pnping a. new / ,s home, or alterations to a room you'd be wise to visit What ..i.uffs for a'icen new trends' in lightingware;to choose the II ostrated are just a few ofý the many, many beautiful t"- `styles now on display at What muffs. All are craftsman made units from .the factories S of 'Australia's: leading manu- . l tacturers. Prices are speci-k "'.'. ally for budget-wise people. ý.. e.-eop le. "'r: ... SExuisitely made. Re a d i n g Lampi. A "must"• for every .Loun e ... .... .... £812/11 S:' : ;5-light- Suspension" :Unit, in , " .l;.glass with chrome fittings. for Lounge, Dining or Bed- rooms .... ... ... £5/141 Unusual design 2-light Unit, / of glass, with attractive chrome fittings .... 84/5 " "For the Lounge - a 5-light I Unit beautifully made in glass with chrome arms and stem. £8/11/6 . Styled in Kempthorne, with iqimrost any room. Only .. 72/6 Exterior Wall-bracket amp of *. i"'" .ýý I` distinctive design, - made of . I"' metal and glass.. Only 74/T1 A st...

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PHILATELIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

PHILATELIC SOCIETY Members at the June 14 meet ing of tlhe City of Parramatta Philatelic Society were addressed by Mr. W. Waddington. Mr. Waddington discussed mehods of carrying out mail ser vices between England and. Aus tralia before the advent of the prepaid stamp. A vote of thanks to the speaker was later moved by the Society's press officer, Mr. W. J. D. Rochaix. Stanley Larbolester (27), of Macarthur Street, Guildford, was injured when his motoir cycle collided with a car at the corner of Marion and Church Streets, Parramatta, last week. Workmen are conversing a room at Parrramatta Central School to provide an office and storeroofn for the headmistress (Miss O. Homburg). The death occurred r cently, at the age of 86 year , of John Henry Davie, of "Gundawarra," Crown Street, Harris Park. He is survived by three daughters.

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Govt. Will Transfer G'ville Bus Services [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 28 June 1950

Govt. Will Transfer G'ville Bus Services The Department of Road Transport has told Parramatta City Council that it will hand over to Trailer Tours its bus services between Granville and South Granville, and Granville and South Granville via Clyde Street. The Department said consider- able difficulties, resulting in un- economical operation, had met its endeavour to maintain the ser- vices. The services, Granville to Chester Hill and Granville to Villawood, had reverted to Mr. G.. R. Sinclair's proprietorship, owing to failure of negotiations with the proposed transferees, the Department said. There was a possibility that these services would be trans- ferred shortly.

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CHURCH RECEIVES HISTORIC RELIC [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

'CHURCH RECEIVES HISTORIC RELICii : The clapper from the chapel door of historic Greystaies'Hall has been presented to St. Mark's Church of England, Granvill6. It is the gift of a parishior?r, Mr. Best, of Merrylands, and has been in his famrily for many years. Greystanes Hall itself, which stood in Old Prospect Road, was demolished a few years ago. One hundred and forty 'years ago it was the home of Lieuten ant' Wiliam . a.Waon ;-aridin( it ihe,.famous ti d WEnt tdortht and Iospftf:the niglht-before "i 1813 on their fin;a?'~'nd? -::?i'ccssful March'f, r aki'6 'th '~ ross. the Blue :M uiitiin's-:" ....." °". The clapper will be affixed to one of the walls of St. Mark's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

THIS SATURDAY, JULY 8 PARRAMATTA OVAL Parramactta v. Drummoyfie ADMISSION: Adults to stand 2/11; Children to ,stand 1/3. Adults, Outer Ground 1/9; Children 6d. J. N. WILSON, Hon. Sec. R~~le~~'TORSs;: The model you require from 4A cu. ft. to 79 cu. ft., in KEROENE or ELECTRIC Sealed Unit Types, at a price you can affor l. THEY WILL BE DEARER BY SUMMER SO BUY NOW ! BRUCE SM4ALL PTY. LTD. 293 _CHURCH ST.,. HPIARRgAMIATT IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. C. H. WEBB :BROS. Builders and Contractors. Established 1912. Members of the Master Builders' Association of N.S.W. 67 Rosehill Street, PARRAMATTA ESTIMATES GIVEN. PHONE: UW 8629 METCAL'FE& ORRIS Pty. Ltd. Funeral Directors PHONES: UW 8891 (two line:). 179 Church Street, PARRAMATTA FRAJK2i MORRIS, Managing Director. Take Mr. hatmuff's advice: COOK Q UICKER-COOK CLEAN:ER OR A MO! ERN ELCTRIC STOVE ! ..... .A small Deposit paid today "" at Whatmuff's secures ..:-~:~i:~:Ei.i:Iii: .i::::i::~i~ii~iii ...Immediate Delivery (At Left) "ST. GEORGE" El...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

PUBLIC NOTI CES pARRAMATTA METHODIST CIRCUIT. The new Parsonage at 87 Marion StreCet Harris Park (next dodr to St. John Ambulance Hall) will be ,,on and ded'cated by the President of the Conference, Rev .,C. L. Connor, , s'atul'day, July 8th,?st 2.30 p.m. All interested friends from Par Samatta and surrounding Cricuits ,re cordia?lly invited to attend and islpct the premises. A. E. PUTLAND, Minister, E. S. MANTON . A. R. WOOLNOUGH, Circuit, Stewards. pARRAMATTA SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE ANNUAL MEETING of Stib scribers will, be held at the Insti tute on TUESDAY, JULY 25th, 1950, at 8 p.m. BUSINESS:. To receive the Annual Report and Balance Sheet; Election of office-bearers for year 1950-51. J. E. RUSHWORTH. Hon. Sec. WINNERS OF GUESSING COM PETITION PRIZES: 1st: Mr. Bob Me?lville, 66 Sydriey Rd., Granville. 2nd:" R. :C. Boran, 5 Roam St., Guildford. 3rd: Mrs: Clhristie, 95 Clyde St., Granville. 4th: Mr. P. Bruce, c/o Remittance, Commonwealth Bank. 5th: 'J Kelly, 26 Lindhurst St., Guildford...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

FOR SALS KITCHEN cabinet 4'6", refectory table and 4 cnairs ior ..x /. Cash or terms. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 cGeorge St., opp. Gas Cd., 1st door in lane. WRITING bureaux from £ 6/10/-, china cabinet £10/10/, cash or terms. Parramatta Live StocK, 57 George Street. 1st door in lane, opp. Gas Co. LINOS, best British cork lino, 15/6 per yd. Felt base lino 8/11 per yd. Felt base lino squares from 43/6 each. r-arrainatta ? . .... · , 57 George St., opp. Gas Co., lst door in lane. P1ANOS and PLAYER PIANOS, leading makes, guaranteed in faultless condition, avaiable at reasonable prices for imlmediate free delivery. Cash or terms. Player Seat and Rolls supplied free. Wa TUNE and SERVICE free for two years-therefore a safe investment is a reliable Instrument from MlcFARLANJ'S, retailers of quality pianos, 271. Marrickivlle Road, Marrickville, LM5268; or 120 'Church Street, Parrariatta. UW9233 . VENEERED walnut bedroom setting comprising double wardrobe, dress ing table fitted dust. proof d...

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

Farom Paddock to Pun r By Harry Quigley. For the first time in weeks Rosehill course proper was open 'for business last Saturday morning. And how did local trainers rise to the occasion. Among those to slip along smartly was the S.T.C. Cup can didate, Red Loch, who got over three furlongs in 38/2. Trainer Bill KearnS· ,. yery pleased . witbl the colt;.th nks itfl-7.1 he is ve?y favorably handicapped. + + ~+ There was a time wher. Syd ney racing folk were wont to joke about Melbourne weather. But last month when Sydney race meetings were being wash ed out and all local tracks clos ed, Melbourne had its driest June in 64 years. +++ Amateur jbckey Bob Marland, of Westmead, tried hard to win the Corinthian :n.ndicap at Randwick last' Saturday on Fre steem, but the jtidge wouldr,'t .allow him anything better than a third placing. Years ago when the old Rose hill Club regularly catered for "lilywhite' riders, Mr. Ander son,* squire of Narellan, near Camden, was an identity. With a spreadi...

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Y.M.C.A. WIN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

Y.M.C.A.. WIN* In defeating the previously un beaten. Burwood Church of Christ team 2-1 at Parramatta on Satur day, Y.M.C.A. have climbed to within a point of that team, and their chances are now very brigjht. Cook, who scored Parramatta's two goals, was most outstanding, as also were Gibbs, Irwin and Tinnion.

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DOING BEST TO REPAIR ROADS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

DOIING BEST TO REPAIR ROADS Council was doing its best to improve "marsh-like" .conditions at Mays Hill, the Mayor of Hol :oyd (Aldermiian Campbell) told i deputation from the local 'Progress Association. Contracts had been let, and money set-aside for reconstruc tion of Webb, Coieman, and other streets in the locality, but incessant wet weather had de layed a start on the project, Ald. campbell said. The deputation claimed that sanitary and garbage carters' had refused to service their area be cause of alleged deteriorated road surfaces.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

CUMBERLAND REFRIGERATION CO. PITT STREET, MERRYLANDS lectrice, Commercial &. i0mestic Sales, Service and Overhauls. 6868 - After Hours UJW 7243 and LL3568... Proprietors: SSPRING-- 16 yeass' Ser vice Experience. SPARK--13 years' Ser vice Experience, bn certain glands fail, u suffer early old age and is of vitality. 821 Gland nic Tablets contain gen Se glandular extract and 1Il restore your : WRITE gour. Price o10/6. T 0.0e A Y. Chemrsts, 319 George Street. Sydney. TELL US 'ABOUT IT The Argus welcomes items on arIl tistric~ soir.t activities. These include weddings, birthday parties, dances, etc. Easy -.to - fill - in wed aing forms will be sent free on application to the social. reporter. Any news items must be written in ink or neatly typed (double spaced). Pen cil copy will not be ac cepted. They may be left in -the box on No. 2 platform,. Pa ramatta railway station, 'or posted to The Argus office, Box 20, P.O.,: Parramatta. R.B.G.I , _ . . . . o" ?" .. . . ? ? ? .. i.. • ...

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JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

JUNIOR SOCCER Results of Rangers' matches: All Age 3 (R. Cunneen 2, W. Shepherd), Haberfield 0. All Age B 1 (R. Chisholm), Auburn 1. Under 18 10 (W. Shepherd 3, J. Plunkett 2, M. Ralph, P. V'eitch), Canterbury 0. Under 14 2 (P. Howe, J. Bis saker) d. Auburn 1. Best play ers: The goal scorers, R. Clogg, M. Weeks and P. Watson. Under 12 1 (G; McDohald), Gladesville C.C. 0. Best play ers: K.: Kelly, W. Stoneham, G. McDonald, T. Baxter, F. Gold smith, F. Seymour. Fixtures for next Saturday: All Age A. v. Haberfield, Alie, 3.15; All Age B v. Clovelly, Parra matta Hosp., 3.15; Under 18 v. Earlwood,. Ewen, 1.45; Under 16 v. Hornsby, Meadowbank, 12.45: Under 14 v. Ashfield, Hammond, 12.45; Under 12 v. Burnside, Burn side, 10.0.

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