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COMBINED SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

COMAINEtl SMICAL The 48ohbined dRort~s o' th~ L adies' Auxiliaty of 1st Merry latind5 Bos' Scouti' Group arid the dijdth; Granvil 'Scho6l 1Vi6thers' Clib' in orgariidihg. a social evening, held r edently at the tScduits' chtbroomi,- Meirylands, proved an outstanding success. 'The evenirig's programme, compered by Mi'. Lucas, includ ed danicing' arid' sijeciality items. An hilariously popular feature of' the entertainment was pro *vided by the senior Scouts, who gave their version of an extract from the" "Kiwit' show. Others who contributed were Cub lan Bogg, and 'Mrs. McCulloch, who both reiidered pian'oforte item:; 'and the Russell brothers, fromn Baiilkham Hills, with their "Sawdust Hillbillies" act fea 'turing guitars and yodelling. Both committees benefited well from the function.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Amenities Room For Council Staff [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

Amenities Room A : For Council,'Staf An amenities .room is to' be fitted out at Parramatta City Hall for the use of council's staff. Last meeting of Parramatta Council decided this at the re qiuest of the Mayor (Alderman E. A. Mobbs). Alderman Mobbs 'said at pre sent the staff were working un der great difficulties 'and qn amenities room would make their lot a little easier. The provision of tables, etc., would only cost a very small amount.

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

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JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

JUNIOR SOCCER Results of Rangers' matches: All Age A 0, lost to Haber field, 6. All Age B, 7 (R. Cunneen 3, N. Eastmeiit 2, R. Chisholm, K. Barr) d. Clovelly, 2. Best play ers: N. Eittment, J. Harvey. Under 18; 4 (W. Shiepheird .3, I J. Plunkett), Earlioodl 1. Best pla?ers: W. Shepherd, M,;Howel. Under 16, 1 (R. Dykes), Hornsby 1. Under 14, 1 (P. WatsoziG) Ash field 2. Best player: K. .Kelly;, Under' 2, 1 (D. Baxter); Biirh side 0. Best players: G, MVIc: Donald, J. Matthews. Burnside, 2: (D: Youing, K. Bourke), Ermington; 0. FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY:: All Age A v. Baliriaibn:;?-rr;.: matta Hospital, 3.15. All Age B' v.:Giades1vi1eW~iWest minster, 3.15. , : . Under 18 v. Mascot,. Booralee, 1.45. Under 16 v. Lidcombe Wyatt, 2.0.. , Under 14 v.-Aubur'n .13M'n' a, 12.45. Under 12 v. Gladesville, Monr ash, 11.0. When the heart speaks, how ever. simple the wOrds, its lan :.guage is aIways accep taalbl t6d those whod h: .dav h~art Ii . Bakler Eddy.

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

Builders and Contractor:ii ,,Esta~blished 1912. Meinmbers of the Master Builders' Association of N.S.W.I 67 Rosehill Street, PARRAMATTA . ESTIMATES GIVEN. PHONE:' UWi 8629 K. J. FLATTERS & SON Western District Premier : S .FLOOR ...SANDERSI POLISHERS . I75 GILBA ROAD, GIRRAWEEN - UW3359 ., Reid Service Stati.n (Sydney Stafford Pty. Ltd.) UU 2431 UU 2431 OPP. VAUXHALL HOTEL, GRANVILLE SERVICE TO THE MOTORING PUBLIC sEVEN DAY PETROL AND OIL SERVICE. MARFAX GREASING SERVICE. EFFICIENT MECHANICAL SERVICE EXPERT PAiNEL BEATING SERVICE, AiCCESSORIEs AT CITY PRICES. FAST BATT ERY CHARGING. AUTHORISED INSPE-CTION STATION. LAURIE LUND, Manager. F-L S·H· 5O R 6-8 x 2-8, 6-8 x 2-6, 6-8 x 2-3 With ??" Qid. Pine Ply & edge strip 40/9 With -" Silky Oak Ply & edge strip 44/6 Also in Stock: Qld. Pine, Maple, etc. No edge strip. Immediate Delivery. Ctt o Godsmith VICTORIA RD., PARRAMATTA. Phone UW 9974. P' --hone UW 9974. -- I.~__ ;·; ·· : ___:_ $~ ~:-g--- H N - 6:~H L B:F Q ...

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TELL US ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

TELL US ABOUT IT The Argus welcomes items on all district social activities. These include weddings, birthday parties, dances, etc. Easy - to - fill - in wed ing forms will be sent free on application to the social reporter. Any iews 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, Par ramatta railway station, or posted to The Argus oifice, Box 20, P.O., Parramatta.

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

4n~AFF~a~ yOUR ORD1R aQg (A I T~i,,, p1{Ot`TT c~$8~EUtOOLSi SDEILIVER RUEI~EYS At rtions gusiessAs Usual During Classified Ads. Bring Results DO NOT. LET THE BRICK SHORTAGE WORRY YOU! .This machine makes five different size bricks. We Deliver Free within 50 miles radius of Penrith. They are available for Immediate Delivery from GEORGE HOWELL HIGH ST., PENRITH Office: B 221-B 222 Private: B 100 PARRAMATTA..... UW7167 320 Church Street HURSTVIL~LE. .... . LU 1470 Iry0Y~S~a~P~ ~ 81%ii~~165 and 305 Forest Roodfad .?,EASTWOOD . .. . LWL1688 T ONM147-149 Rows Street ARPA ED ' ~' hance the beauty of every room in your home. in all their glorious Colours NGLISH 9' x 9' ASHIELDAutumn tonings i lovely Chenille weaves 1' INLAID LINO. ' , and much' sought after Bedroom Patterns . 19319o give lifelong wear and serice . . . and Jaspe a for your easy inspection in our Linoleum Department.withthe price. "~'~ ~Brown, Green, Fawn, Honey, 4 '. Y RDCream Multi with waxed finish. 9XlO'6". . £22 147 ..* ...

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TALK TO PARENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

TALK TO PARENTS A special address on social studies was given by Mr. G. England, Master of Social Studies at Granville Secondary Tech nical School, at a recent meet ing of the. P. and C. Association Object of the subject, and teaching methods, helped stu dents to see world problems from all angles, Mr. England told the meeting. "It helps them form their own opinions of what is right, and what they can do to help improve matters," he said. An address on mathematics iwill be given by Mr. J: Slat tery at the next meeting of the association.

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Historians Visit Old Building [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

Historians- Visit Old Buildling Members of Parramatta His torical Touring Club recently visited the - first Presbyterian Church erected in Sydney. The church now stands in the grounds of Lidcombe State Hos pital, where it is used as a re creational hall. The building, shipped from England to Australia, is con structed of galvanised iron, pro viding accommodation for more than 70 people. After inripecting the church, members left for a scenic tour of historical areas at Cronulla, Port Hacking and National Park.

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NEW MOVE TO RELIEVE TRAFFIC CONGESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

NEW MOVE TO RELIEVE TRAFFIC CONGESTION. Road signs are to be erected 'in an attempt to divert through traffic away from Church Street, Parramatta; following a suggektion by the Mayor (Alderman E. A. Mobbs) to the City Council. M/Tost traffic passing through Parrarmatta fron' Sydijey comes via' Sydney Road into Church Street and then North. I'f the signs are heeded it will be diverted at the corner of Syd ney Road and Alfred Street, Granville, and then proceed- by way of Alfred, Harris and Mac Arthur Streets to Victoria Road. Alderman Mobbs said the great majority of traffic along Church Street wasi'non-stop an& ulererore busless;lost would be negligible. In any case something would have to be. done to stop tne mounting toll of· accidents in the street. "It would be far better to have sighis and lose some business than not\to have. themn and lose another life," he said. Council will conivene a- meet ing between representatives of Coundil's Traffic' Committee, the. Department ...

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

Li" BrPOCVr A LOCAL Lumberjoihn swears this happeined the other day, when he was conveying to the stone jug a roystering ri~eller, stewed as an, eel. "Sor ri,' offisher, sor ri (hic)" said the stewed one. "S'only been to tlhe: (hiic) annual shmoko of the. Alcoholic (hic) Ashtronomics." OT so many days ago, Mrs. Martha Rivett, of Parra-. matta, packed her ports and de parted: ostensibly for a six weeks' motor meander through tie wide-open spaces of this State. So her grown-up family of five thought, until one day last week came a let.ter casualy wenlUo± inmg- she'd changed her name, and that the holiday could now be t~ermed ai h'oneynmoon. The othei? half- in this haippy' happening .is Walter- Frater, weli~kno'n: grazier,- ofi Binra. way, and the knot was tied in the local Roman'Catholic -Church. Commented s o n Collinridge Rivetti "The news- was' a bit :of a shock, but the-fan'ily is· perfectly happy about it. M-r. irater is a' fine f ow awnd a gi-eat.'friend, of -lotheri's since sh...

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WILL CONSIDER SITE FOR SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

WILL CONSIDER SITE FOR SCHOOL Following requests by Holroyd Council for the establishment of a school in Hill Top Road, Mer rylands, the Minister for Edu cation (Mr. R. ;. Heffron) has promised prompt investigation of the proposal. The Department has handed back to the owrar, 1Mrs. Emert, of Hill Top Rd., portion of land recently resumed for construc titon of the schooly Council r:ecenitly pressed the Department tri immediately es tablisi -temporary school. accom modation on the site, stressing "mushrooming" of homes in the area. Aldermen contended that chil dren living near Hill Top Rd., were forced to attend nearby over-crowded schools. Somne school children are ex posed to danger when .crossing busy roads, includirg the West ern lHighway, to aittend Went worthville Public School, it was stated.

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Concession For Home Builders [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

Concession ;For Home Builders Roofs constructed of .mnaterials other- than tiles will be: permitted o.n dwellings outside a. half mile radius . of Granville Railway . Sta tion. Hitherto the" use' of these manterials for. roof ing has been banned. P:-?rr atta, -.C i t: y Coi??ncil decided to re lax the ban because of the present shortage of 'tiles.

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

SAUSTRALIAN ALUKMINIUM COMPANY PTY. LTD. >7ii-:!NWIN STREET, GRANVILLE .. Invltes applications for the Undermentioned positionsdb:: c - S . CLERKS, FEMALE, JUNIOR . . Under 20 years for Cost Accounts Department" TYPIST-GESTETNER OPERATOR for General Offices Excellent Working Conditions in large, modern office building, providing all staff amenities. LIBERAL SALARY HOURS, 9-5 NO SATURDAY WORK * APPLY IN WRITING TO P.O. Box 12, Granville, or telephone UU 2321, extn. 266 DBmLie -- BatlttC LARGE STOCKS NOW AVAILABLE 4½ x k T. & G. D.V. (fin. size 4 x (), suitable for garage doors and partitions. 6½ x T. & C. (fin. size 6 x #) for flooring. 6 x I T. & C. (fin. size 6 x g) for flooring. 6.x - Rusticated Weatherboards. 7" C. & C. Weatherboards. 4" Splayed Architrave. 3" Splayed Band Moulding. 2 x 1, 3 x 1, 4 x 1, 5 x 1, 6 x I, 7x i D.A.R. Finishes, ': each under. REGULAR SHIPNMENTS ARRIVING Also Good Stocks of CANE-ITE - GYPROCK and HARDBOARD on hand. Car...

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COUNCIL THANKED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

COUNCIL THANKED Monsignor J. J. McGovern, Parish Priest of Granville, has thanked Parramatta City Council for its congratulations, on- his elevation to the office of Mon signor. Monsignor McGovern said: ."To me it is .gratifying that.-. I have been found worthy to, bring this honour to the won- , derful people among whom I have worked for nearly- a de cade: and you, gentlemen, as their representatives; set a seal on their joy by your corporate expressions of, congratulation. - "Thank you then, for pauising . in the midst of. your delibera- - tions to send me this message of felicitation. "I pray that I may be always . worthy of the honour 'and' that God mbty reward each :of you':-: for tHe. happiness .your missive 5:. brought:"

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BRIGHT PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

BRIGHT PARTY One of the 'brightest 'parties ,ot the month in Parramatta was an informal "get-together" of forty friends, given- recently .by jlr. and Mrs. Les Downey, at their home in Hassell Street. During the evening a fare-: twell expression of best wishes was made to Mr. Albert Hall, of Parramatta, who has since sailed for England, on an extended holiday. , Mr. Hall, a talented violinist and pianist, has been a. keen participant in the- activities of popular-music groups in Parra matta district. In addition. to the farewell made at Mr. and MIrs. Downey's party, an "offi cial" send-off: party was given !by friends. Guests. who also provided: musical entertairinent during the [evening included Miss Kath Croft (pianiste) and Mr. Allan -Gray (singer aiid banjo-uku lele). Others present included Mr. and Mrs. Tycehurst, of Potts Pt., M\r. Fred Baldwin, and Mr. and. Mi-- Harold. Scanlon.

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Collided With Truck [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

Collided With Truck Joan Weicks (17), of Price Street, Merrylands, suffered abrasions to the face, arms and legs, and concussion, when her push bike collided with a truck at the corner of William Street and Woodville Road, Granville. Parramatta Ambulance took her to St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn.

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CITY OF SYDNEY EISTEDDFOD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

EISTEBDFOD Entries for the 1950 City of Sydney Eisteddfod close on 18th July, and copies of the Syllabus are still available, free of cost; from music houses and from the Eisteddfod Office, 148 Phillip' St., Sydney. New sections this year are two McDowells. Vocal Scholarships of £50 each for girls and for youths in the 1'. to 20 age group, and the "Harry Lesnie Pty. Limited" Violin Scholarship of 20 guineas for competitors. of the same age. The uisual important contests are retained, including The "'Sun". Aria' Contest with' £50)0 prize money, . . "The Australian- Wo inen's Weel'y" £200 Piano Scholarship, The "Jack Lums daine" Memorial Award of £50, the "Beatrice Tange" Awards totalling 130 guineas for Open and Bach Piano Championships, and the "Ernest Truman" Mem orial Church Organ Contest, with 1Irize of 25 guineas.

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

Parramatta's Leading Funeral Directors IWilliam Metcalfe & Co. Pty.Ltd. 181 Church Strebt, PARRAMATTAI I UW 8838 " I 'I I I I I I I YOUR LECTRIC LIGHT I I.II I I COMPANYI I I I I I I I·· - .- ' · .II I. I ) a s ngularply farir dealt 1 I by ~ ai le D 100 pter -ient. ne~ae I 939 . .. yet the : I I I ratesyou pay for eectricity are approximately <>nly 30) per cent. hig~her thpan you paid Ipre-waru! 1 I: 1.~~If yourP electricity rates hagd bseen ~ ·r :inc~reasedl in progeploertin th3e I rapidlyH~ risingW costs of other hGolusehsold item~sa, yjourP elecr0icity bill woul~ed be nesar~ly twice as . _jbii-_a, ' I uchoF~ as it is to-d~ay. I I I I, II I - I I I1 I 'I II I I. I I ,u rateso ee you payf r eleefrcit are appo x uim atel Iopo I I. fyoreetricity rai3). 'F~tes hadw been tsfo le~ic~ ~~h increased in propoto toth rapidlyioi riin costs of othe onl 30 permai cepnt. highker fathnyo paid pore-wuniar! hueholra ad: yoeurt.sppyo electricity t nuty billrc woud be nouearlye...

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For School Library [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 12 July 1950

For School Library A cheque for £20, to be used for a class library, was presented to Granville Public School by the Granville United Younger Set, at their annual ball, held recently at the Town Hall. The presentation was made by the president, Mr. Ray Watson, to the headmaster of the school, Mr. Couchman. Mr. Couchman expressing thanks on behalf of the school, said the gift was a splendid ges- ture on the part of the young people of the district. The Younger Set's second birthday cake, made and de- corated by the president's mother, Mrs. Reg Watson, was cut by the secretary, Miss Peggy Zuker. Prize for the best decorated table, judged by Mrs. Tweedy and. Mr. Couchman, was award ed to Miss Shirley Leabeater. The dance was compered by Mr. Bill Greenaway. Mr. Ray Watson (pres.); Mr; Maurice Watson (vice-pres.); Miss Peggy Zuker (hon. secre tary); Miss. Janet Croker (asst. sec:) ; Mr. Ron Waters (treas.); and Mr. Colin Watson (social secretary); organised the func- tion.

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