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NEW SHOP AREA AT MERRYLANDS? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

NEW.SHOP AREA AT. MERRYLANDS-? The " Cumberland C o unty Council is considering sugges tions by Holroyd Council for the zcning of a shopping area at Merrylands. Cour.cil recently recornmmended , the County Council that cer san are ,s of Merrylands be set asde for shopping centres. The County Council has as "red Council that its propo sals will be included in the ocal scheme.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTOR CYCLE RACING AT WALLACIA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

MOTOR CYCLE RACING : AT WALLACIA The P'arramatta District Motor Cycle Club will conduct a full day's racing at the Club's Wal.. lacia Circuit on Sunday, July 16. Approximately 30 races will be conteste d?Jb.. 1~O?xiders, amongst. whom. are the State's leading small circuit riders. The circuit which is'accessible, from the Great Western goad,. via Kingswood ard the Hume Hightway, via' Liverpool, and is: considered to be the best spec tator course . in. the State; the riders being in full.view. The L.Y.C. .recently held a. most successful barbecue n'ght: at "Benny's Bar~i,' Northmead, in aid of club funds. Among the 50 young Liberals: present was Mr. Ewan:Cameron,, who represented Killara Liberal Youith Club

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Junior Rugby League Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

Junior Rugby e League Fiktures The following are the district Junior Rugby League fixtures for next Sunday: A and Reserve Grade (Div. I.): St. Marys v. Toongabbie, at St. Marys; Penrith v. Blacktown, at Penrith; Parramatta East v. Wentworthville, at Blacktown. A and Reserve Grade (Div. II.): Guildford v. Fairfield, at Guild ford; Cabramatta v. Merrylands, at Cabramatta; Mt. Pritchard v. WVarragamba, at Mt. Prichard. _Reserve Grade (Div. III.): Riveirstone v. Vineyard, at Vine yard; Richmond v. Liverpool, at Liverpool; Windsor v. Hills Dis trict, at Kellyville.

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GRANVILLE MEN SENT TO GAOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

GANVLLE MEN SENT TO GAOL Two Granville men were given gao! sentences by Mr. Brooke S.M., at Parramatta Court last week. The men are: Frederick Richard Ryan (28), Arthur Street, .'Granville (15 months hard labour). Raymond Geoffrey Dunn (19) mane address (nine months hard labour). Both p!eaded gui'ty to illegally using cars and theft. Constable Smith, of Auburn Police, said in evidence that on the night of June 20, the de fendants, with a companion, had taken a car from Parrama?a. Road, Auburn, without the owner's consent. They later abandoned it in H-Pmmersmith Street,. Fleming ton. From there they drove away in another car without the owner's permission, after stealing a car battery from a third car in the same street. InQueen Street, Concord, they sto!e a seat from a parked car. The car they ivere driving was abandoned in Strathfield. In it were also found articles of clothing, four towels, a length of rubber hose and a number of milk jugs, which defendants in statements had admit...

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Council Supports Move For Public 'Phone [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

Ctouncdi Supportsiw For Public 'Phone . H'olroyd'.Council: has agreed ' help residents of Merrylan& Road, Merrylanids, to secure ? public telephone in the area. Residents claim that the tel, phone is required at the corner. of Merrylands Road and Betts, Street. Service is.not available in the area. Council will ask the P.M.C, Department to ir3tall a phone as; :soon as possible. :·:

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

IVERPUDLIANS are chuckling .over the exploit of "Ghurka," well known local character, who, absolutely foo-th'-noo, fell into the floodwaters at Mil perra on a very dark a"d very dirty night. Spluttering,. .cursing, but shock - sobered, "Ghurka" managed to clamber out and up the trunk of a friendly ti tree. Huddled in the branches he discovered six storm marooned cockerels. Only one guess as to what happened, people. 4. *1I· FROM the dignified ."help wanted" column of Country Life, gospel of the. gentlemen of Merrle England who, despite Sor Stafford Cripps, can_ still carry on with their huntin,' fishin' and shootin'. "The servant problem. "Why not import a German domestic?' ".State yot]' requirements and we will fiominate a suitable worker by return." .(_: . Easy as Il that? -I- ~ 3 A HEARTY hurrah for the ' arm-heart'ed aldermen of Holroyd Municipal Council, who recently caused a couple-of-hun dredweight of wood to be tipped into .the backyard of every local old-age and invalid pen...

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NEW ROOF FOR CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

NEW ROOF o FOR CHURCU rWork on reroofing St. Mark's Church of England, Granville, commenced recently. Tiles will replace the old wooden shingles and the cost is estimated at £800. The Day-Kindergarten at .the church has re-opened for the Winter term. A new enclosed verandah has been built for the children. Already 30 have enrolled.

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GRANVILLE PARK COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

GANVILLE PARK COMMIITThEE Grianville Park Committee spent more than £100 on park improvements anrd general main tenance to the children's play ground during 1949, lthe annual balance sheet reveals. The balance sheet was pre sented at the recent 15th annual nmeeting of the Committee, at Granville Park Pavilion by the secretary (lMr. S. Vincent). The.president (Mr. L. Martin) told the meeting that the com mitPee's miain sodurce of i:evenue last year, had been derived fromni public attendance at the tennis courts, and the gymnasium. The meeting later re-elected Mr. Martin as president. SMr. Martin indicated that, in creased revenue was expected to be received from Granville Oval in the near future. Mr. J. Ray has been accepted as a member of the committee. Messrs. V. Vance, senior vice-president; W. Duhane, junior vice-president, and sec retary, S. Vincent, were also elected.

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Annual Meeting Of Christian Scientists [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

' . i.. iiala.Iee.? a-l. i i Of "Crl ian:I ScenB :-tistis : . Vast n.ew viden?ces.of the power ofpure Chistianity to .alve. mankinid's priiblernsrin modernr times wvere leported recently by The Christian Science Board of Directors. Addressing" - 'a gathering of nearly 7,500 :Christian $cigntists at the annual ni'eetiig of 'The Mother Church, The 'First Church of Christ, Scie tist, in .Boston, the Directors declared that healing of sickness, "release and enrichment"-a full answer to human trouble -'awaits all mamkind through the utilising of spiritual power. Emphasising. "the meaning of pure Christianity" for the pre sent age, the Directors pointed to concrete evidence that spiri tual power can be titiliSed tod heal disease, enlarge inidividuar capacity, provide* "sure' guid ance,'' uncover' hidden resources,; and provide without' measure' "the-precise good that is needed" by every individual in every human circumstance. Their message, read by Thomas E. Hurley, retiring First Reader ...

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THIEF GAOLED FOR 6 MONTHS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

TEF GAOLED.. FOR 6 MONTHS Sydney James Childs (27), labourer, of Crimea Street, Parra nmatta, was gaoled by Mr. Brooke, S.M., at Parramatta Court last week. Childs pleaded guilty to two charges of stea ing a watch, one of stealing a case of silver spoons and three of stealing money. He was sentenced to six months hard labour on each charge of stealing a. watch, to one month for stealing a case of spoons and to a month on each charge of stealing money. Sentences to be concuirent. Detective Alan ,Gilchrist, of Parramatta Police, in evidence said Childs had been employed by Freestone Fibrous Plaster Works until ,June 22. On June 26 he walked past the works at midday.'. ' W\hen the men returned from lunch they fotund two of their watches missing. On June 20, Detective Giichrist said, Childs had stolen a case of' silver spoons worth, £2 from a boarder in his home. The property had: been re. covered. On or about June 1 Childs had pretended to three different men that he could obtain tobac...

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

Miss McLACHLAN Dispensing Cheinmist KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE STREET, PARR AMA TA .Opp. Station Telephone: UW 9270 -- ,--.. - ao" ci K , . - ~'7 / E A5IER** ON A FRED LOU(ON 406-8 Church St., Parramatta UW9333 in~ss --- L ·~~·sP-·-b sSs·---~-~-~ B WAT~~E% Fully Guarant.ed! a-Lsw-BE" Now for XBmgs . G. HsALE 347 CLUD1 ST S7.(ct L'~sn:,: Bridge) Hore entertain en1 We suggest you .caI in and inspect our fine range of radios and radiograms now on display. See all the well known and latest models, including the: EPRC{EDET" DrawO0iG- raw ..- . .aurl~ al..~~ Housed in a. modernly designed cabinet. of beoutifully selected tiribers, the "Draw-O-Gram" features a 5-valve, v orld-rkn'ge radio; Garrdrd electric motor and pick-up, and.a conveniient cull-out draw which houses the pick-up. Alk his for only £39/10/-, Ok " ""B."EEK'Y *, C .73IV1IACQRIE St..PARRAMA.TTA. UW6480, Hiave "our Tennis Racket Restrung - at - TICKNER'SER' 18 DARCY STREET, P'MATTA. UW 9312 Latest Model Rackets and AU Accessories S...

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DEATH FOLLOWS COLLISION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

DEATH FOLLOWS COLLISION A 19-years-old Guildford youth died following a col lision between the motor cycle he was riding and a truck. He was Allan Bickley, of Cal liope Street, Guildford. 'lhe accident occurred in Woodville Road, Merrylands. Suffering from a compound fracture of the skull, Bickley was taken by Parramatta Ambuiance to Parramatta District Hospital. He died shortly after admis sion.

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ROAD GRADER TOWED SANITARY WAGGONS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

ROAD GRADER TOWED SANITARY WAGGONS The torrential rains, mud choked roads and depleted ser vice staffs, had disrupted sani tary service schedules through out Ho!royd Municipality, the Health Inspector (Mr. V. R. Macklin) said last week. A light, road-grader, manned by Council workers, has towed heavy sanitary waggons from bogged roads in an effort to get services through. Service schedules were con siderably upset, Mr. Macklin told. a Council meeting, arid there was no possibility of maintaining im proved services until some roads became passable and the weather cleared. "Sickness has depleted the ser vice staff, and consequently wag gons have been delayed in ser vicing the area," Mr. Macklin said. "Every effort'is being made to service heavily-built-up areas, but complaints are rapidly increas ing," he added. The Mayor (Ald. W. Camp bell) praised sanitary carters who jhad attempted to maintain ser vices, despite adverse conditions. He said: "We have criticised our contractor and ou...

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NEW PARSONAGE AFTER 100 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

NEW PARSONAGE .The house,~ia xt door to iLeight Memorial. Church, in Mac?uarie Street,:: which has been the:home of the Parramatta 'MCethodist Minister for a hundred years ot more is being transformed into suites of 'offices, the church hav ing purchased for £4550"a ·oin fortable home' in 1Hariris Park :or use as "The Parsonage". Rev. A. E. Putland has moved" nto' the .~nw house in Marion jtreet which is to be officially -Pened and dedicated by the President of the !'Methodist Church in N.S.W., Rev. C. L. Conino: on Saturday, July 8th, as notified in our ''advertising columns. ' ? " The interests of childhood and youth are the interests of ma?1 kind.-Janes. '

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

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JANTZEN BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

JANTZEN B ALL Tw !ty "tw de'~t~u srtte~? ~' ere' presehted i?t?othe:1b"od i?t ay9t·'andc Eady 1Ma?dress of Sydneyir, Alder main and Mrs:' E. C. O'Dea, guests of honour at the Arinual Ball of Jantzen Ltd., :held last Friday at 'the Paradance, Lid combe. All the debs. were members of Jantzeni's staff at Lidcombe.! During the evenitig an execu ,tive of the firm presented a cheque for £50 to Aid. O'Dea for the Lord 'Mayor's Flood Relief Fund. Six hundried and fifty people attended the function,.which was he twenty-second annual ball held by Jantzen Ltd. ;The P.M.G. Departmer.t pro poses to install a public tele hone in "Railway Street, Gran ville, opposite Meehan Street, Hplibyd Council has been told.

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

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

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

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Parramatta Again Narrowly Defeated [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

Parramatta Again Narrowly Defeated The loss of the ball from .scrums and line-outs enabled Eastwood to defeat Parramatta by a narrow margin last Satur day at Eastwood Oval. Young reserve grade hooker D. McDeed was making his debut in the senioir side, and although he played a good game in the loose could not effectively handle the serums. Another feature of Eastwood's win was the versatile play by their full-back, K. Smallwood, who, due to a reshuffle of their three-quarter line, played in that position. His try midway through,the.second half was a gem. Rheuben, .who was given the kick, landed a beauty. The game was played on a heavy field, with Eastwood always on the offensive. They were awarded many penalties, but bad kicking by Newsome kept the score down. He did kick boie from an easy position, but T. Irwin equalled with a beautiful field goal and put Parramatta ahead with an excel lent penalty. It was bad luck for Parramatta, who this season have lost no less thian six matches ...

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