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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
All Saints' Church of England, Parramatta, was the scene of a pretty wedding. recently, when Miss Shirley Joan Harps was married to Mr. Allan .Sinclair Brique. The bride is the. eldest liaughter of Mr. and' Mrs. E: Hurps, of? .Galloway Street, Par ramatta,. and the. bridegroom ! is the eldest son of Mr. andMrs. J. Brique, of Wentworthville. The bride wore an old-world siyled gown.' of: --needlerun em broidered net. over satin, :with a fou'-tiered -veil: secured -by: a coronet of0 orange, blossom:.: She carried a :bouquet of, white" camellias and..dhyacinths. Attending the :bride were ,her sister, Miss ".M~.ri : Hurps, and Miss Jean 'Brooker, ·vho' were gowned in ,blue floiwer'ed'organdi over taffeta,:- with blue. lame 3ats trimmed with tulle, and blue lame miittens. Little floweir girls, Jacqueline Brique (sister of the groom) and Deanna' Jones, wore twin Irocks of pink .flowered' orga~idi ovier taffeta, wiith riiatching:'ul!e trimmed Ipink hats. Their bou quets were in pink and blu...
FOR CHILD CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
FOR CHILD CENTIRE Parramatta C hil' ? Centre Mothers' Club will " hold ," "Open Afternoon" at the Centre today '(Tuesday), from 2.15 p.iJTh for visitors interested in seeiId how the kindergarten is run.• A silver, coln admission will~.e asked, and the Mothers' Club will serve. afternoon tea for. small charge. rbceedes from the afternoon are to buy curtains for the nursery. Mr: Fred Bentley, former" well known Parramnatta .biusinessman, now living at Mt. Ieiira, visited the city last week and met ma"y old friends. . - : :Some- time . ago, Mr,. Bentle)' had the misfortiine to have both legs amputated,. • r - ·.... • · .: More than 600 babies. were treated at Merrylands BabY I~ealth Centre during last mfonth and .2 :new babies ' ?were regis' .tered.
RAIN BRINGS FIRE RISK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
RAIN BRINGS FIRE RISK Recent wet weather has been. 'storing up trouble" for the Fit' Brigades. A Brigades spokesman pointed out that the rain would greatly nerease the growth of vegeta tion. The Brigades' anxiety has been increased by housing develop nent in the bushy areas. Many houses built in bushy surroundings will be difficult to save if severe fires break out. Biigade headqurbters warns houseowners to baegin clearing away scrub and long grass and any deposits of rubbish without delay. Fire protection already costs: New South Wales more than £1,000,000 a year. Of this total, 75 per cent. is borne, through their premiums, by fire insurance policy holders. Practice in life -whatever you pray for, and God will give it to you more -abundantly.-Pusey.
BERYL'S BIG DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
BERYL'S BIG DAY', Over one hundred guests, in. 'cluding fort'vi~;sitors orm Siyd. ney, a'ttended t1?P coimnin -of.ag party ' given recently at. tbe "'Laraleon '. by Mr. and ' Iri , Dowing, of Thoinas bireet;'Par ramatta,:in hoior of thei, e?dli daughter, Bieri: Hosbtess, Mrs.. Do'wling, woe a tan gabardine suit w?ith match. ing --accedssories.: The gtuest ofi honor chose a white crpe-dpe, chene evening owri tashioned with bustle aind lace yoke. ""After the ceremony. of cuttitg the birthday cake- whichi w~a iced. in pastel shades of green and pink and 2 decobated with ladder.and lkey, Becyl was pree. sented witli. the ''key to the door"' and a cheque from her father, and a canteen ot cutlery from her miother. .Beryl, whose engagement wac announced onfi'her '.ith birthday last. year, will 'be maj li.ied to MI, Ralphi .Tren-igove, o.f Gilgandra, on Octdber 4' at. -Ail Sainis'l Church of England, Parramatta, hier 21st birtnuiaay gift from her fiance was , biond=oWod "glory dchest;." .ol...
Popular Couple Announce Engagement [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
Popular Cou~ple Announce Engage eti o Mr. iad~ Mrs.E. Suitor, of stationk Street, Wentivorthi ville, havte aniuduxced t1 engagemenit of their yrU~g est daughter, Beft, tto Ja Rrederick 1eith, elder so of Mr. and Mrs M. E. Wilesmith, of Hfelen Stree Westmead. Friends of the yuig couiple, heardK the tnewsia TlhIursday; night, when Parrarnatta:' R.S.L. S8, ~branuh, o Which -im, - its annual Jfall at the Riveb Jim is also -ivl9kilowin i * Parramata 'and district as sport writer oin tthe editorial 'staff of the "Argus" atit "Advertiser" and mlember of Cunmberland Cricket Clu;b
SOUTH GRANVILLE MOTHERS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
SOUTH GRANVILLE .MOTHERS' CLU'B South.. Granville Public. School Mothers' Club reports that co operation of memberis. has been excellent in promoting, successful activities, such. as the school "tuck" shops, to raise funds for amenities required by the school. This district has recently de-' veloped '"beyondt, all expecta tions." ifirowaing an extra burden of work. upon the teachers. The wbrk of the cl]ub in providing requisites for the school is of great assistance to the teac1ers in carryiig outt their tremendous task Present - objective of the Mothers'. Club is to purchase a piano for the schook . and all. adtivities' are directed to raising funds for this purpose. The- headmistress, Miss Gray, and the following office beariers are at present responsible for the executive - administration of th club: President, Mrs. Eric Bogg (UW1928); secretary, Mrs. Mc Cullock;: -treasurer,-Mrs, s. Hayes. -Meetiihgs are 1held' on the first Wednesday of--Pach month, com. mcplirg - at 1.30 pm.,. ...
Drove Cart While "Under The Influence" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
Drove Cart Wile "'Under The Infuene " ,A 21-year-old Granville lab ourer was :fined £5 :.by Mr. Brooke, S.M., at Parramatta Court last ..week, for having driven a horse and cart in Beat rice Street, Auburn, while under the influence. , The man. Gordon Raymond Byers, of Eire Street, Granville. was also fined :£3 for refusing to state his. name arid address to Constable- McDo~ald, of Auburn poli'ke/when airrested. On a charge "of driving a vehicle without lights between sunset and sunrise he was fined £1. Byers. pleaded guilty to all three charges Constable McDonald said in evidence that about 6.5 p.mi. ?n Saturday, July 8, he saw Byers driving a horse and cart west along Beatrice Street, Auburn, at a fast trot. Byers had crossed over two blind intersections at that speed. There were no lights attached to the cart and several cars were coming along one of the streets crossed over. When arrested, Constable Mc Donald said Byers was under the influence to a "medium ex tent." He had. refu...
V.A.D. NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
V.A.D. NES Payramatta Voluntary Aid Detachmtneit has - had a bu'sy time durinig the last few months. with a roster which is filled each night 'doing duty at Par. rImatta District Hospitail, adi Suindays at the Irifants' -Home, Ashfield. A leadership camp was held at Pennanrt Hills receritly, at tended by Seniior Section Lead er· M. Whiteford, Section. Lead ers J. Anderson aidd M. Brown. An officers' camp was also at tended by Commandant G. Houisort, 'Assistant Commandarit I. Hoffman, and Quarter Mas ter Master G. Bensley. Church Parades have been held each quarter' at St*. Pat .iick's, St. John's and Leigh Memorial. Artificial respiration lectures havel finished with good results, each . member passing . the&. exam-. jnation. First aid - lectuires are being held each. linday, lec tured by .Cadet Officer McKean. -"Home niuirsing classes are commencing':'soon at' the District Hospital. New members' are most ''weloiie to' coime along. For details, contact Miss Houi son, UW8569....
25 NEW HOMES FOR NORTHMEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
25 NEW HOMES FOR NORTHMEAD The N.S.W. Housing Commis sion proposes to erect 25 timber framed cottages on land at Northmead, Blacktown Council was told last week. Site for the project- is in Northmead Avenue, and Briens Road. It 'is also proposed to erect two cottages at the corner of Kliens Road and Northmead Avenue, Northmead. -Council has agreed to the sites.
Social Jottings [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
.1 ' S o c i . ''' ./*" *. * .' Miss Winifred 'Carruthers,?.TaT tioiial Y.W:C.A. Secretary. ifor Inligration;p paidt a visit to Par iamatta "Y" last Wednesday after.noon, whefn she gave an interesting and enlightening talk on her travels through Italy; Germany, Austria, Switzerland and United Kingdom. Mr. C. A. Morgan, M.H.R., and Mrs. Morgan, Mr. W. H.' Lamb, M.L.A;, and Mrs. Lamb, th Mayor of Parramatta, Alderman E. 'A. Mobbs, and the head master of W.illiam Street School, will be guests of honour .at the 2nd annual ball of Granville Central School P. and C. As sociation, to be held at Gran ville 'Town Hall next- Friday, July 21. Mrs. C. Morgan will receive the debutantes to be presented at the-'ball. .I. 4I. - -I Parramatta Agriculturial So c.iety's annual show bali-will :ibe held this year on Frid.iy August 4, at tlie City Hall. Dancing, '?to Feg Adams or chlestra, will be from n8.30. p.m. fiFd 1.30 a.m., and the progran?inie iiictudes novelty daicies anid :iipper. Dress optiona...
HOLROYD HAS 5,000 GAIN IN POPULATION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
HOLROYD HAS 5,000 GAIN i IN POPULATION Population in Holroyd Muni cipality has increased by nearly 5000 since June, 1947, accord ing to figures released by the Government Statistician. Figures show that population of Pitt and Merrylands Wards has increased from 12,966 to 15,280 during this time. Population of Guildford and iWentworth Wards showvs an in crease froni 11,163 to 13,740. Following a census at Jiune 30, 197', figures .were estimated on.a mtmunicipal a~d shire 'basis on:-De cetixber 31, 1947, December 31,. 194i8.. and D'eeinbeir' 31, 1949, Hol royd Coui'cil was told last week.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
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FALSEHOOD COSTLY FOR MOTORIST [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
I FAiLSEHOODs COSTLY [FOR MOTORIST A man was fuied £20 by Mr.. Blrooke, S.M., at Parra matta Court last week, for having falsified an applica tioii for a motor dviver's licence. He was also finied £10 for having driven a motor vehicle while being disqualified from hQlding a licence. The man, Francis Leonard Smith '(22); of Farnell Street, Merrylands, pleaded guilty to both charges. Senr. Constable. Rutledge said in- evidence that Smith was seen by Constable Woods, driving a motor vehicle -in Woodville Road, Granville. - * When spoken to, he admitted being. a disqualified driver, Con stable Rutledge said. "After giving. his name as Francis Leonard Smith, he handed a licence to me, in the name of Francis Leslie Slnith, of 483. Pearson Street, Went worthville," -Constable Rutledge told the Court. *Smith later admitted having ,falsely . stated his name and .ad dress oni his application for a licence, he said.. He also admitted having falsely answered a .question on the ap* plication for...
[?]OND FOR YOUTH [?]HO STOLE [?]ATHER'S RADIO [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
ND FOR YOUTH S STOLE .. THiER'S RADIO SGuildford youth who stole radio from his invalid ex rviceman father, was placed a £20 bond to be of. good chaviour. for 12 -months by Ir. Brooke, S.M., at Parra latta Court last week. Ihe youth, George Russell ner (19), laborer, of Station eet, Guildford, pleaded guilty a charge of stealing a mantel do, valued at £10, from his Iher, William Claude Turner, of Guildford. Constable Black, of Parra: atta, said in, evidence. .that he rrested Turner at Guildford. Krner admitted stealing .the dio, and said he. had pawned for £5 at an Auburn pawn hiis father is a full military osioner, in a bad state- of lth," Constable Black told the .rt 1The defendant has not worked rabout 10 weeks, and has ised his father some trouble.: onstable Black said that Tur; Senr. had signed the .charge inst his son, but asked that be placed on a bond. The father told me he had ended to seek medical treat at for his son," the constable The lad had, £4 when he was rested. "He...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
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HARRY VAUGHAN MEMORIAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
HARRY VAUGHiAN MEMORIAL FUND A fund has been opened at St. Paul's Church, Harsis Park and Rosehill, to enable an appropri ate memorial to be placed in the Church in memory of the late Mr. Harry Vaughan. MIr. Vaughan was a church warden and a member of Parish Council, and also an alderman of the Parramatta City Council. He was a member of the Board of the Parramatta District HIos pital, and took an active part :a a.number of other organisations. It is felt that many parishio:: eirs and friends .will be anxious to contribute and thus show some appreciation of one wiho gave so much in the service of others. . Donations may be sent to.. the Rectory, or to the Hon. Secre tary, Mr. C. K. Hoffman, 9 Alice .Street, Harris Pairk.
MUSTO SLATES FORMER HEALTH MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
MUSTO SLATES FORMER HEALTH MINISTER "We have been completely ignored by the former Minis ter for Health (Mr. Kelly)," declared Ald. Musto at last week's iteeting of the Parra matta. Chamber of Commerce. "At the centenary of the hos pital he made a definite promise to provride a maternity- hospital here. That promise was so ihuch hot air. "Now, witih the exception of a couple of small private, mater nity hospitals in the district, the mothers are not catered for. They have to be taken to the big Sydney hospitals, with the result that babies have beeri born and died in the ambulance rushing them to hospital.. It is a shock ing thing and the .wives in Cen tral. Cumberland should raise a protest that: the Government cannot. ignore." It was further 'stated that efforts should be made- to have the proposed new maternity hos pital placed in a suitable posi tion, not near the site of the present public hospital. The Chamber will be repre sented at the forthcoming public meeting "by the pres...
BUILDING FIGURES REACH £53,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
UIDINFIGURES REAgu £53,000 uildlinig applications totalling mqore than £53,000 have been 'odged with Holiroyd Cou.,:il. Two ioines .in Gilba Road;' aiad .ose Avenue, estimated to cost 82,300 each, are'among the appli :ations. Details: J. Holt, F/T cottage, Bristol Street, £1600; H. F. Hart, F/T cottage, Patricia ,,St., £1600; P. Galea-, F/T coQttage , Merry.ands Ad., £1000; C..Bush, F/T garage, Newmari St., £80; J. Mercieca, ;/I shed, Old Prospect- Rdi, £200; A.. A Hardaker, F/T garage, Cl1de S't., £70; V. J. Woriey, d'/T cottage, Ai~irelia St., £15u0: A. H. Tiiik; F/T cottage, Rose Ave., £2300; P. Boniface, F/T cottage, Berkeley St., £2000; A. 2. Smith, F/T cottage, Rubina St., £1600; B. H. Stacey, F/I store ;hed, Priddle St., £40; CQtholic Thurch, additions to church, •urelia St., £150; P. H. Whittall, "/T additions to cottage, Robil iard St., £100; C. B.. Hardaker, ·i/I.garage, Warwick Rd., '£80; i: Crawley; F/I garage, Masoni St., £70; E~ Diamiond, F/I addi cions to cottage; Mee...
TELL US ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950
TBLL US ABOUT IT The Argus wec itemrs. on all district activities. : These include Wedd" birthdiay parties, dan : Easy -" to - fill -i: ing forms will be seni on application to the reporter. SAny news .iterns:i be written in ink or typed (double spaced)1 cil copy will not ? cepted. ,They :may be left i :box on No; 2 platformi, - raniatta railway statie "posted to The Argus 4 Box 20, P.O, Parramat