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Granville Man Hurt In Collision [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

r'anville Man Hurt In Collision An injured right elbow and abrasions were suffered recently >y a Granville man when his ;-notor bike collided with a utility truck at the corner of Argyle and O'Connor Streets, Parra natta. The man, 24-years-old L. Donnelly, of Elizabeth Street, Granville, was taken by Parra natta Ambulance -to Parramatta District Hospital. f...After treatment he was dis charged.

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SPRING FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

SPRING FETE Mr. G. C. Gollan, M:L.A,, will officially open .the. Spring Pete,; to be held by Parramata'. Child Centre Mothers' Club, in the scho61 grounds" at the- centre, on Saturday, September 16. The Devonshire style afternoon teas, which proved so popular at the last-fete held by the club, will be a feature again,' and other.. special .attractions are be ing arranged, details of which will be announced later. Proceeds from the fete will provide required equipment and amenities for the child centre.

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

CONGRATULATIONS 'Miss Patricia Word, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Word, is receiving congratula tions- in .passing her nursing .*xamination at St. Vincent's.Hos -Patricia leaves next week for Tasmania to study for her ob stetrics certificate.

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Council Offer For Guildford Land [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

Councal Offer For GAldford Land The Official Liquidator has asked Parramatta Cify Council how much it was prepared to pay for property belonging tcy 'the Guildford Tile Co. Ltd. Council intends to acquire this property for extensions to Guild ford Park. The Official Liquidator will be informed that council would pay the unimproved capital value £363.

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GRANVILLE P. & C. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

N rdYILLE P~4.&C 3.. F llowing coIplants ' byt South . Gi'Anvillie Pblid: School Parents arind Citizens' Association; the E~ducati~on' Department.,has agreed to commence shortly re surfacing and' draining- of .the playground. 'The associatib ' has decided to purchase four loud-speadkers:for instaUllation in the school's public *address system. It has also been decided to purchase extra books for the school library at a cost of about £10. Parents: are rSeniiided that a P.M.G. Departmient educational .film w?ill be -:screened at the school pn Friday, July 21. The association will again meet at .the school on Wednes day, August 2, at 8 p.m.

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FATHER OF 11 PLACED ON BOND [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

FATHER OF 11 PLACED ON BOND Convicted of having assaulted a policeman, a 44-year-old Granville man, father of 11 children, was placed on a bond by Mr. Brooke, S.M, at Parra matta Court on Thursday. The man, William Henry Con roy, labourer, of Vulcan Street, Granville, was also fined £5 for having used indecent language in a public street. Constable Mitcherson, of Gran ville; said ,in evidence that he heard Conroy using indecent language in Railway Parade, Granyille. "I arrested him, and on ,tlhe way to the police station he· repeatedly .threw himself to the footpath," Constable Mitcherson said. "He kicked me in the right shin, and before I could straighten up, I he_ kicked. ,me heavil, in the stomach. "After a brief struggle, I hand cuffed him. "There were a good hundred people, including- .women, at a bus stop where Conroy used the langfiage," Constable Mitchersoi: added• Constable Mitcherson said he was absent from duty for a week following the' assault.. "I spent three: days in b...

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

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LONG WAIT FOR PHONE CALLS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

LONG WAIT FOR PHONE CALLS People had to wait in long queues, sometimes for nearly an hour, to use public telephones at Guildford Post Office, a local businessman said last week, There were only two 'phones .at the post office, and they were often out of order, he added. Guildford Chamber of Com merce has decided to urge the P.M:G. Department to install-ad ditional 'phones- at the post of fice. "Businessmen who can't get 'phones are also forced to wait there to make their calls," Mr. 0. Young told the-Argus. "Although population has in creased in .Guildford, the De partment has failed to supple ment telephone services at the local post office," he added.

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PARTY FOR POPULAR COUPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

PARTY FOk POPULMR COUPLEi Prioi- to their marriage,-Yhich ". took .place last week, Mr. and Mrs. StanHope were guests of hoi-or at a Kitchen Tea, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Stewart, of Harris Park. -Mrs. Hope was formerly Miss . Shirley Dobson, an employee of the Silverwater Weaving Mills,,; where 'her husband (who comes from Queensland) is also em-- e. ployed. Shirley and Stan were show- - ered with best wishes for thei·I-%, future.. happiness, arid many. beautiful gifts from their numer-4 ous" friends and fellow em? ployees iwho attended the gathjr ering. Mr. Les Austin was a ver4 capable master of ceremonies.

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

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IN "BIG TIME" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

IN "BIG TIME" Mr. Tony Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ward, of Eipping, is niow stage manager of- Joe El Brown's shovi in Melbourne. and: also has a part in the show.

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SAY BUS STOP IS DANGEROUS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

A bws ste:p 'a u' e co der of Guildford' :Road, and Railway Teri'ace, Guildford,: is, a traffic ih2iri accordifig to' members of Guildford Chamber of Com mrerce. The Chamber is urging the Transport Department to move the stop along Railway Terrace away from the interseCti'ii'. Guildford Progress Absociation is also approaching th6 *Depai't ment on the matter. Both organisations contend that a serios: accident could oc cur at the corner, where traffic is forced'to' "cut" a traffic' dome to pass .buses standing at. the. stop. "I can't understand .,the De partment placing the sign there; their officers are supposed to be traffic experts," comnients a local businessman...

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WESTS DOWN PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

WESTS DOWN PARRAMATTA Parramatta were well beaten by Western Suburbs, 27-11, in the match at -Pratten Park on Saturday Parramatta did not register its first points until late in the sec ond half when trailing 27-nil. West capitalised on the fre quent mistakes of Parraunatta's players. Austr'lian five-eighth Frank St'rnmore received a bad knock and moved back to the full back position. Best for Parramatta were Bob Hobbs and Lance Thompson. Western Suburbs 27 (K. Han sen, ,31 , Woods, J. .'Lackey,. D.. Milton, J. Williams tries; W. Keato 6 goals) beat Parramatta 11; (M. Wallace, I. Johnson, D. Graham, :tries; R. Hobbs, goal). Reserve Grade: Western Sub urbs, 11 (R. McKelvey, R. Mc Guinness, D.- Worne, tries; D. Worne, goal), beat Parramatta, 10 (D. Evans, W. Lovell tries, L. Bell 2 goals). Third Grade: Western Suburbs 18 (W. Randall 2, K. Muddle, G. Bain tries, G. Bain 3 goals), beat Parramatta 4 (C. Fussell 2 goals). Jim Boland (reserves) and C. Fussell (thirds) were 'selected in the...

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

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JUMBLE SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

JUMBLE SALE Members of Parramatta-Rose. hill Crippled Children's Auxili ary, and Torch Bearers for Legacy, will hold a jumble sale at St. John's Parish Hall, Parra. mnatta, on Friday.

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TRANSPORT DEPT. ON BUS PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

rTRANSPORT D EPT. ON BUS PROBLEM The Transport Department has replied to Parramatta: City Council's recent questions about the allocation of money for road maintenance and the, use of double-deck buses within the municipality. The Departmient stated that it would be allocating, in the near future, £1,435/17/6 to council. Because of recent amendments to the Main Roads and WTrans port Act and doubling of the tax on diesel type buses, council should receive approximately £3500 in 1951. Regarding double-deck buses; the Department considered this type as essential in the transport of large number of passengers, especially at peak periods. Furthermore, Parramatta-Epp ing Bus Service' Pty Ltd., had spent a cont'iderable amount in purchasing, this type of bus. Council re-affirmed its opposi_ iion to douible-deck buses in the Granville area, -because of the condition of the roads.

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

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Two Polio Cases At Granville [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

Two Polio Cases At Granville Two cases of polio and one of scarlet fever were' reported from Granville Ward, and one case of scarlet fever from Parra matta Ward, during the -p a s t formtnight, Parra matta Chief Health In spector (Mr. -J. R. Scott) has reported to the City Council.

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New Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

New Proggers lA8ssociantiot The -inauguration of a new progress' association early in June, knov~n- as ,the "Dorothy Street Progress Association, Sth. Granville," held the first of- its monthly meetings in the Scouts' Hall, Blaxcell Street, recently. The meeting was- well attend ed andviewvs were expressed re- garding: the necessity for many improvements- in the immediate vicinity; and far more social activity.

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SCHOOL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

SCHOOL DANCE Granville Secondary Technical School' P. And C. Association raised about £15 at a recent dance at the school. Among those present were as sociation patrons, the Mayor of Parramatta, Alderman E. A. Mobbs, and Mr. W. H. Lamb, M.L.A., for Granville, and Mrs. Lamb. An exhibition dance was given by Mr. Byleveld and Mrs. Tom lin, association treasurer. The association will hold its next dance at the school on Fri day, July 28. The art of art, the glory of expression and the sunshine of the light of letters, is simplicity. -Walt Whitman.

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