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RECEPTION AT HIAWATHA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

RECEPTIONM AT HIAWATHA The marriage took place re cently at St. Jo~in's Church cf England, Parramatta of Moira June, daughter of Mrs. L. Charl wood, of Guildford, to William Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Macartney, of. Fairfield. The bride wore a gown of white lace fastening down the front with seed pearls, over a ;moire taffeta underskirt, and a. three-tiered veil with guilet lace cap. She carried a bouquet of whiite hyaciths, : gladioli and camellias with a tdichof daplhne. l,\iss Nancy Butters of Nar randera, was bridesmaid, -wear ing a frock of blue coritinental faille. Her boucquet was of pink carnations and camellias. Mr. E. Macartney' was the 'groom's best man. •:A reception was held for ~thirty-one guests at "Hiawatha," Parramatta. " .

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PARRAMATTA DOWN IN LAST MINUTES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

PARRAMATTA DOWN, I H:: :LASTj MIU:E ..TES:,: After leading unii a .'fe~w minutes before full time, Par ramatta were:- -beaten 8-7- by E?astern ,Suburbs in a dull game atl Cumberland Oval on Sat urday.. ;. •Easts went in for a last-min ute *try and Russell kicked his only goal to clinch the inatch. Both teams turned on a leth argic display, and there were few moments of excitement dur ing the match.. The state of the oval may have contributed to the'-poor brand of football. In. parts it was rathing more than a mnud-heap, with' players slipping and. sliding in attempt ing to keep on their feet. Max Wilson (Parramatta) and V. Soorley (Easts) were sent off for inrdiscriminate kicking in the second half. Schomberg had a chance to win the game for Parramatta after the bell but his kick for goal was wide. Ian Johnston was another who almost clinched the match for Parramaqta when he made a de termined run down centre field late in the game. He was dragged down inches from the line, and took...

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P'MATTA Y.W.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

.P'MATTAY .W.C.A. The third annual meeting of Parramatta Y.W.C.A. branch was held recently at the Association's rooms, Macquarie.. Street. Mrs. B. M. Moorehead presid ed and exterded a- warm wel come to the visitors. Mrs. Lilian Gillespie, Execu tive ·Director of Sydney 'Y", was guest speaker, lher subject being "The World's Y.W.C.A., National and Local Associations." Dciing the evening a wel come -was extended to Miss Dorothy King, who has been appointed Director of Parramatta branch, and- a presentation of flowers made by Mrs. L. N. Brown, on behalf of the brarn.h members. Musical items were rendered by Misses, Clare Blackburn and Marion Brown. At- the conclusion of the meet ing supper was served by mem bzrs of the senior group of Parramatta "Y".

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Brother, Sister, Injured in Falls [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

Brother, Sister, injured in Fails A Guildford brother arid sirstei suffered abrasions when they fell off their push bikes into a drain' in Kenyon's Road, Merryl.ands. ': They are Ant:hony and. Aisa:, Healy, aged 16 and 18 years re spectively, of Queen Street, Guildford. Anthony sustained extensive abrasiois fo the face and hands and Ailsa abrasions to the face and left knee. They were conveyed to Parra matta District Hospital by Parra matta Ambulance, and after treatment allowed to leave.

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Good Morning, Dear Teacher [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

'' c·,~ ·~ .· ·.~V.i "·ir; :I_ :.l:li- :" .... .'. ;'iii ::-"5:~·:;-~··· I!~~e *·'E :···; " r:~:··rC·.' ;. ~''~'i d o·nlng,, D7'''' .~~··: "r~"` ·· '.= c. i` '1 .·,· i Appeal4s have: .een:.?lauiIhed at. the Granville TeChl;to .rai?e fi?nids to assist'the" Uhitei-Natisns" Min- ternational Appeal for .Children, the Stewart House Preventoriuin. and:child flood .victims. The headmaster (Mr. T. I. Kergnpster) said this week that response to the appeals by pupils had .been "most gratifying." "I might add at this stage that. donations. from parents wishing to associate themselves directly withi the appeals will .be, grate fully accepted." Mr. Kempster said pupils were to be c'omm;ended for denying themselves Iittle luxuries in order to aSsist'.those?who in many cases had lostteerythiing ;iri what were possibly:- :the,. mnost:" :-diasatrous floods in the State's' history. Work on the new building at NthX~riead; Public School' had been ::serisaly 'hampered, by the :inclerm; ni~?weatdher: of ...

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

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CAN YOU HELP? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

CAN YOU HELP ? President of Parramatta C.W.A. branch, Mrs. A. B. Erby, and the hon. treasurer, Mrs. Neale Pearce, will be in charge of the ;treet stall to be held at the Town Hall on Saturday, July 8. An appeal has been launched for donations of saleable goods for the stall, proceeds of which will benefit "Keera House," the C.W.A. seaside rest home for mothers and children. Dognations of arnything with sdeeS appeal will k e. welcqxied, and' mnay::be left at the. :C.WA. rest, rooms, -Macqiiarie Street, Pyri'$mitta; or ' other arrge ments can be. made with Mrs. Erby (UW9598).

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CAR HITS CHILD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

CAR HITS CHILD Two-years-old Graham Hari son, of Church Street, Parra matta, was struck' by a car at the corner of Western Road'arid Churclih.Street• . Parramatta Ambulance took him to Parramata :District Hos pital, suffei·ig from' concussion 'After treatment he was taken homte. Mrs. Martha Rivett, of Carl ingford, proprietress of the Waratah Restaurant, Parramatta, left recently for a six weeks holiday motoring with friends on an extensive tour of New South Wales.

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O.L.M.C. Girls Win Music Honors [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

OL.M.CC. Girls Win Music Honors Pupils .of Our Lady of Mercy. College, Parramatta, excelled wi th many honors at the" 1949 'Aiistraliih M.Music Exininations Board, results of which were an nounced recently. The A.M.E.B. Shield, awarded for the highest aggregate marks at the 1949 examinations, was won by the College. This shield was! also won by O.L.M.C. in 1948. Other awards won by indi vidual pupils of the College were: Exhibition for highest marks in tihe State for 4th grade:piaoh forte: Betty Parry; Empire (over seas) exhibition, piano: Pamela Page. State medal -for piano (higher; local): Pamtela :Page. State medal for .singing .(higher local): Pauline Moran. : Junior State medal (piano): Betty Parry. Aldermen of Holroyd Council observed two minutes' silence at a recent meeting as a mark of respect to the father of Ald erman E. G. Styles, who died recently. - The late Mr, Styles lived in the. Lachlan River district; The richest blessings are ob tairied by labor.-Mary .Baker Eddy....

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

A FINISH RARE QpUALITY A FOR ALL PAINTING PURPOSES Sold by.. . (Proprietor: R. L. McCLEARY) Community Centre, Hawvkesbury Road, WESTMEAD. .9. i0 ~k / -, I, I TROUSERS at Your New Men's Wear Shop : "Stamina" Trousers . i.Blue, Grey, '. Fawn, Brown - FRED COBCROFT 125 Church Street, I PARRAMATTA. 1(Next Door Shute's Cafe). UW9635 HALF- PRICE STORE For Furniture, Tools,. Etc.' "Money Saved is: Money Earhed", - AND LISTEN ! ,If you have Toole Of~ T-rade, Guns, Rifles, Fishing Rods, or· aiything of value . WE ARE CASH BUYERS; "TURNER'S" 82 CHURCH STREET,.: PARRAMATTA The Cheapest Store in Town, 3-GREATSPECIALS .. -At The. SDELWOOD SDrapers ?&. Mercers.: e Flannelette 'Napkins 23/11 Doz. o Men's Shirts, with Collar Sattached ....... 10/-- each e' 54" Red Check Table Clotlh : Material .. ......;:-:. 3/3 Yd. GARRY.. EVANS 26 Dellwood, St., STH:. GRANVILLE "-- UUI 1526 ALL CONTINENTAL . - CAki. 'WNERS A.ffleck &, Blevins.. 14A Rosehill Street, PARRAMATTA Spcialists iri PEUGEO...

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FIRST NIGHT AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

FIRST NIGHT AT PARRAMATTA The Australian performnace of "'The Anonymous Lover," .by briliant English playwright;, Vernon Sylvaine, will: be pre sented at Parramatta City Hall for four nights only or. Mdriday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, July 10, ,11, 13 "and 14, -com mencing at 7:30.: p.m. Vernon Sylvaine .ranks among the most successful English play 'wrights to-day:: "A writer ' of comedy and farce, he has been ~redited with' miany "long runs," including "A Spot of Bother,", "Madamie Louise," and the 'play which recently: had outstarading sucbess in i'Sydty, "One Wild Oat;" "The Anonymous Lover" is a Aiverting comedy concerning a olaiwright who uses the wife of his beSt: frieind :as a model foir 'a "fictional" character--and suffers the consequerices. The cas~ of professional art ists }to present this play to Par-. "amatta includes radio 'and stage favorites Wendy Playfair, Kevin Healy, Lauirel 'M ther anr:, Leon le Marne.. , : . ,: .: Bookings . are at ? Joi?"to' Music Store, 42...

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

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Old World Gown Choice of Bride [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 5 July 1950

Old World Gown Choice of Bride For her marriage recently at St. Mark's Church of England, Granville, to Mr. Ernest Henry Faulkner, Miss Grace Barton chose a gown of white lace over satin fashioned in old-world style and carried a bouquet of hy- acinths, camellias and white sweet peas. Her two-tiered veil was secured by a coronet of white hyacinths. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Barton and the late Mr. F. M. Barton, of Merry- lands, and the bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Faulkner, of Merrylands. Attending the bride were Mrs. J. Hendry, Misses Hilda Barton and Merle Faulkner, who wore frocks of apricot figured organdi over satin, with matching   coronets. They carried bouquets of pink canations and hyacinths. Flower-girl was Dianne Barton, a niece of the bride. A reception was held at "Buf- falo Hall," Granville.

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Parramatta Defeats Drummoyne [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

PYaramatta iDefeats Drunmnoyhe . Parramatta broke a long run of otith on Saturday, wheni thley beat Druminoyne 11 to 8. The local side commenced with great dash when Trevenen brioke throughi .with the ball at the toe to Score in the corner. Drummoyne's first try came when K. Heckenberg forced his way over from a melee on, the g?ial line. Miles converted. After the interval, Parramatta livened up and F. Pilcher scored in the corner. Overeagerness robbed Parramatta of vital points, but they were not to be denied, and from a forward burst Odell secured and ran hard to. cross near the posts. Irwin kicked the goal to give them a three-point lead. Parramatta 11 (M. Trevenen, F. Pilcher, V. Odell tries, T. Irwin 1 goal); Drummoyne, 8 (K. Heckenberg; L. Western tries, M, Miles 1 goal). Parramatta, with the bye next Saturday, plays two teams from Combined Services at Parramnatta Oval. The first game commenccs at 2 p.m. Parramatta thirds and a com bined junior team will journey to Wollongong ...

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Urgent Road Repairs [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

- ..Urgent. Road Repairs, ...Reconstruction work is to be carried out in Carlton Street and MIerrylaids Road (east of :Brit annmia Avenue), Granville. Parramatta City Council treat ed this as a matter of urgency at their last meeting. It was stated traffic was cross ing the centre of roads to avoid depressions and this was dan gerous. B•ruce :Wilkinsr (21), Hargravye Park Housing Settlemeht, was injured when he was .thrown heavily to the roadway after his machine struck a pot-hole at the corner of Blaxcell Street, and Guildford Road, South Granville, last week. He was treated at Parramatta District Hospital for concussion and abrasions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

: PROFESSIONS C. A. MORGAN, POTTS & CULLEN 'SOLICITORS AND . CONVEYANCERS BANK OF I.S.W. CHAMBERS 266 Church St., PARRAIvitAi.A UW 9188. ROBILLIARD & ROBILLIARD SOLICITORS AND .CONVEYANCERS 21 George St., PARRAMATTA (Opp Court House) UW:8069. - B. :D..McDONALD ARCHITECT POST OFFICE CHAMBERS 224 Church St., PARRAMATTA (Opp. .P.O.) Phone: UW 7702 A. T. SINCLAIR, Tax Agent, MURRAY HOUSE (-Next to Town Hall), S190' Church . Street, PARRAMATTA. UW8502. GORDON ROBILLIARD SOLICITOR ASTRA CHAMBERS (Near Astra Theatre) • 1 la' Macquarie Street, PARRAMATTA UW 7771 . - H. M. Symond & 'Britten S SOLICITORS . RURAL -BANK- CHAMBERS INet to Court .House) 16 George St., PARRAMATTA -. UW:8fi3 S-ERNEST, W. HOWES REGISTERED PUBLIC ACCOUNT .,ANT AND TAX :,AGENT (after 7.0 -p:m. and w.eek-endo) 54 STtJART ST., GRANVILLE (off Lisgar Street). BW2960 Day. -MUSICAL H. WELLS PIANO TUNING :51 Wetheril St., CROYDON STelephone: -UA:4052 -Est. 240 0 years 20ayears in London. Pinos ,andPLa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

9OR SALE GULBRANSEN Player .Piano, as new. £198 cash or easy terms: beautiful tone, walnut case, guar anteed and serviced free, free rolls, stool and delivery.. Western Piano House, 73 Macquarie St., Parra matta. LOUNGE Suite, 3 piece, Loose Cushions, in Brown Genoa Velvet, a good solid job for £22/10/-. Cash or -Terms. Parramatta Live' Stock, 57 George Street, opp. Gas Co.. 1st door in lane. REFRIGERATORS: Westinghouse, Ritemp, Frigidice, Silent .klllght, from £25 cash or easy terms; immediate delivery. Western Piano House, 73 Macquarie St., Parra 'matta. PIANOS and- PLAYER PIANOS, leading makes, guiaranteed in faultless .condition, available at reasonable prices for immediate free delivery. - Cash or terms. Player Seat and Rolls supplied free;- W *-TUNE and SERVICE free for two years-therefore a safe investment is a reliable Instrument from McFARLAND'S, retailer- of qUiality pianos 271 :.Marrickivlle -Road, Marrickville,. LM5268; or .120 Church Street,. -Parramatta. UW9233 ... . ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

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Holroyd Aldermen For L.G. Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

Holroyd Aldermen For L.G. Conference Thre aldermen of Holroyd Touncil, including the Mayor (Ald. W. Campbell), will attend the 1950 Local Government Conference at Wagga in October. Aldermen Campbell, G. E. Maunder, and J. McLeeran, were selected as. delegates to the con ference by a recent meeting of Council. The conference commences on Wednesday, October 18, and is expected to end on Friday, Oc tober 20. Miss Shirley Gladys Jordan (14),- of The Promenade, Guild ford, died in Parramatta-District Hospital, last week. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -Henry Jordan. +' + Mrs: Edith Emily WVall (67) died at Pier home in Harold Street, Fairfield, last week. She was pre-deceased by her husband. A sbn and daughter survive. -mm m - - Fs - nsl,'mu ...... [] ', r ? m,

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Aldermen Report On Guildford Park [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

faitlepr eport. O A' lermen of Pariamatta City Council who recently: conferred with membersV of Guildford Park Committee reported the condi, tion of the playing area unsatis, factory. "riey rdcommnended that tU? CityEnigine6r (Mr. W. C. An. drews) be"asked to estimate the cost of grading and draining it at 'the end of the football sea. son. Thd' Park Committee has of. 'ered to contribute on a £ for £ basis up to £400. They also'stated that as Clause 6 of the ''Gxaii't.bf Use": docu. ment held by the ?Committee is not clear, :.t shouild be igreed that the -iniimum .rental charge applies to any day-con which the area is closed and - the Park Committee charges admission fees to the public. Guildford Rugby League CJub will be notified that Council will cointest its proposal to remove from the Park: floodlights stated 'to "'iave been installed by the Club. Council adopted the .recom. mendations.

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