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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

S FOR SALE - :LOUNGE Suite, loose cushions, fully sprung, in Brown Genota Velvet, a large Suite and only- £29/10. Parramatta Live Stock, '57 George St., opp. Gas Co.. 1st door in lane. 'WE SELL FOR LESS. Kitchen Tables; £2/10/, £2/15/, £3/10/. Large Pine Extension Table, £6/15/. Prentice Furniture Exchange, 21-23 Phillip St., Parramatta. 1:. WEBB & CO., Produce Stores, Church Street; Parramatta. Whole sale and Retail. The oldest and cheapest store to town. Orders col lected; goods delivered. Phone UW8141. LINO Felt Base Squares from 43/6; Carpet Squares, £4 to £17/10; Carpet Runner from 22/6 per yard. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George St.. opp. Gas .Co., 1st door in lane. _PIANOS. and PLAYER PIANOS. Leading makes, guaranteed in faultless condition, available at reasonable prices for. immediate free. delivery. Cash or terms. Player Seat and Rolls supplied free., We TUNE and SERVICE free' for two years=-therefore a.safe in vestment is a reliable INSTRU MIEN'T'.. from: McFARLAND...

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Boy's Tongue Injured [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Boy's Tongue Injured Master F. Coyle (10) of'56 Kar rabah Road, Auburn, received a painful injury when he, fell on seats. at Granville Baths re cently. Auburn ambulance took him to St. Joseph's hospital suffering from lacerations to the tongue. The youngster was again treat ed a week later at St. Joseph's for bleeding from the tongue.

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JUNIOR CRICKET A Grade MERRYLANDS UNITED v RANGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

JUNIUOR CRICKET A Grade MERRYLANDS UNITED v RANGERS Drawn. MERRYLANDS UNITED, first inli. ings, 155 (G. Cowell 20, C. McLaurin 17, W. White 15, G: Haswell 9, J. Clarke 29. F. Gray 11, W..Dalkeilth retired 13, K. Stein 10, A: Last: 2 K. Pitt 6, G. . Simms, retired 13i sundries 10). Bowling: W. Matheson 1/39' D. Harvey' 1/22, R; Betts 3/24, S. Somes 0/20,. R. Ardill 3/40. RANGERS, first innings, five for 121 (K. Wilson 58, W. Howe: 7, W, Matheson 0. H. Mitchell 8, D. .Har vey, not out 18, K. Black 12; sun. dries 18). Bowling: G. Simms 0/13 W. Dalkeith 2/5, K. Stein 0/31, G: Cowell 1/9, C. McLaurin 1/15, A. Last 0/12, W. White 0/16, G. Haswell 1/2, B2, Division 1 KELLBURN v RANGERS Won by Rangers on fist innings by 111 runs. RANGERS, first innings, 146 (B, Smith 19, H. Woods 79. J. Beck 5 M. West 1, E. Corbett 26, P: Staf. ford 0, T. Johnson 1, M. Howell 2, K. Matheson 0, N. Filstoft 0, W, Burgess, not out 7; sundries 6.). Bowling:B. Lownes 4/61, R. Wright 1/28, R. Norman 2/27, P. Pilc...

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Birth In Ambulance [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

A?. baby was., bornt: ir a Parramatta - Auburn. Anibu lance wagon recently while` it was parked outside a house at Lidcombe. Driver Les Fry, of Parramatta Auburn Ambulance had arrived at. the house, in Railway Par ade, to take Mrs. Hall to Crown Street. Women's Hospital. However the baby was born in the ambulance before it could leave for Sydney. After they had been attehded by Dr. McLachlan, mother: and baby were taken to Crown. Street.

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SOUTH COAST HONEYMOON [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

SOUTH COAST HONEYMOON Faith, daughter of Mrs; S. Van Eyk, of William Street, North Parramatta, and of the late Mr. Frederick. Van Eyk, chose French stiffened lace over satin, with long train, four-tiered veil: and bouquet of frangipanni,. tuberosco; and mock orange blossoms; for her marriage recently to Maxwell Roy. Catt, in All Sahits' Church of England, Parra matta. Bridesmaids Betty Van Eyk and Mavis Thomson wore gowns of green and miuve floral sheer; and completed: their ensembles with matching picture, hats . and bouquets of carnations and roses. Jan Jackson was- flower- girl. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Catt, of- William Street, North Parramatta, the 'groom was assisted by Fred Van Eyk and Neville Catt. Rev. E' A:. Homfray officiated. One hundred relatives .and friends weire later entertained at a reeeption in -the Northmead Progress • Hall, by Mesdames 1. Learrhont. and E. Jackson. To receive the guests, Mrs. Van Eyk chose misty. grey moss crepe. The fiewly-weds spent* their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

J. x ;..<'ý; cwi::ý--.:.;?Yc:. i ..8· iRLF' i S v }^ -y .. 's z y: " .L ý ''·;:rc \ tiý M? %y: ;I~n~:h Fxi . a.·-_ .-··1 ý CL i THE ALL BRITISH COM ER Supreme in It lass E CAN SOLVE YOUR' TRANSPORT PROBLEMS Available for Immediate D1li e : COMMERlF DIESEL, PERKINS P6 4-5 TON SPECIAL TIPPING TRUCK CHASSIS Chur St. ester Par a • ?I~: • ."' ? .... ?' " ? ? ? : :'," ;?;? i!?-!?..;;;:~~~~ ;.. - .?,?-.- i ":-;-· Av~be[rImdae~?.·?(?:OV?R IEE]"PRI$.?!..; •i r .45T NSEI??TP]G R? CHAS$".... ,; - "i. . · 1 J. BIDDLEI M.O.O.A. Optometrist & Optician The quality. of optical fittings may vary to preewar. A-Ameri can fittings are not now arvail able and we cannot always use what were available when you were last suppliedi 9 South St., GRANVILLE 'PHONE UU 1647 WANTED HARDWOOD LOGS Good : Yard for unioading Best Rates, Payments Weekly CATT & GOLDSMITH Timber Merchants; Victoria Road, PARRAMATTA 'Phone UiW 9974-5. ri,.6.sera:dhd . ., in . . \r . t ý`.-" 1l:: ;.., "J :R:i?.;...

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Building Societies Have Fine Record [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Building Societies Have Fine Record .. `Over £1,000,000 .has been al lotted to borrowers. by the Parramatta, Granville, Merry lands and Blacktown Group of Co-operative Building. Societies in the past year.; This was stated in the annual report of the chairman of the group (Mr. S.; T. Moxham) at the annual, meeting last week. Mr. Moxham stated that the group now consisted of 30 so cieties and had assisted over 20000 families to build or buy their own homes.. In view of the high cost of building the group- W9as doing e:verything in its power to as sist the owner builder by ad vancing him money to pay_ for. materials and prime cost .items. Scores of y~ung men were be ing encouraged - to build their own homes at weekends with the assistance of tradesmen. The principle, of 100 per cent. advances had also proved- highly successful' aid many who would not be able to secure their own homes without this advance were now building or buying resi dences. - Efforts were being made to `'streamlin...

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GUILDFORD BRIDE CHOSE SATIN AND LACE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

CHOSE SATIN AND LACE Patricia, daughter of Mrs. N. Sloane, , of: .,Grassmere Street, Guildford, and of the late Mr. Sloane, chose a satin and lace gown, with three-tiered veil and bouquet of frangipani and gar denias, for her marriage recently to James Fahey, obf' Merrylands, in. St. Andrew's- Presbyterian Church, Parramatta. Bridesmaids Mary Sloane and Val.: Collier wore gowns of apple green tulle and satin, .and com pleted their ensembles with bou quets of talisman roses. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fahey, the 'groom was assisted by Messrs. D. Burgess and J. Fahey. Rev. A. M. Stevenson officiated. During the ceremony, W. Faul kiner- sang "Because" and, "O Promise Me." To receive. 150 relatives and friends at a reception ati the Caraleon, Mrs. Sloane chose hya cinth blue, and the 'groom's aunt, dusty pink; : Guests -were entertained by C. Davis, The newly-weds spenti their ihoneymoon at Coolaxigatt&. ad will make their home in Guild ford.

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New Congregational Minister Appointed [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

New Congregational Minister Appointed: The new congregational Minis; ter to Parramatta pastorate is the. Rev. Keith Matta, of Suther land. 1Vir'. Matta's pastorate: :at Sutherland' has been: most suc cessful While : Mrs. Matta is known forl her charitable and church work. The induction service will be held: ,at the Congregational Chiirch, Parramatta, it 7.45 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday). The chairman of the Congre gational .Union, Rev. B. T. But cher, will preside and will. be assisted by the Moderator of the Congregational Union, Rev. A. P. Campbell. -The Mayor (Ald. E. A. Mobbs) will also be pre sent.

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BAPTIST CHURCH PRE-CENTENARY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

BAPTIST CHURCH PRE-CENTENARY THE Parramcata Baptist Church formed in. April; 1851, will shortly celebrate, its pre-centenary anniversary. Situated in George Strbet, the church is. the oldest Baptist Church building in New South Wales.

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Roundabout "Paddock To Punter" Harry Quigley [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

By Guest Columnist "Paddock To Punter" Harry Quigley .W HEN you fancy you are get ting something for nothing look for the catch. During the visit of the Rail ways bowlers -I -was presented with a Railways Institute badge by the secretary, . Mr. Wally Brewer. r "Now, sir," he said with ap parent sincerity, "this. badge will take you free on any New South Wales railway"--then a pause- "until the ticket collector comes around. + * - .. . IONEL ROSEBY, president - of the N.S.W. Bowling As sociation, at the railway men's civic welcome, told of an em barrassin experience which be fell hi when he piloted a team f Sydney bowlers to a country town. Some female residents of the district came along to see the fun .and the local pater, tak : ing too much for granted, :stated that .the visitors were accompanied by theirtwives. Lionel called on thie editor and asked for a :?orrg€eci-? -> The paper, in its next issure, had -the 'following par proiin-., enitly displayed: "In our. report of the b...

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DANCE FLOOR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

DANCE FLOOR Northmead Progress Associa tion has installed a :first class dance floor in, the Progress,Hall, in readiness for the winter danc ir..' season.;

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Electricity Assessment "Unfair To Householders" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Electricity Assessment n fair To . Househoders" The high assessment of primary ?units of exec tricity in -Holroyd was unfair Ato some householders, Alderman Maunder claimed at .last week's ieeting of Holroyd Council. Ald.' Maunder` was speaking on. a letter to the council in which a Merrylands resident stated that consumption of- elec . tricity at his home per quarter' hardly exceeded the - primary 'assessment. He said the house was a large one and was assessed at a high: rate, and he consequently paid at the rate of 5d ..per unit for. all electricity used, while other consumers paid . on an average less-than 2d. per unit. Aid. Maunder' said: "I:think there should be a more: equitable scheme for pri mary units.' "There is a flat rate niethod a- charging in some. areas andd

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ENGAGED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

ENGAGED_ Gieneth, only daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. W. Johnston, of Eliza beth Street, Graniville, has an nounced her engagement to Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will 4 Steward, of Prospect.

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"BATTLE FOR THE POUND" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

"BATTLE FOR ITHE POUND" "The rolling strikes:. in. Bris--:: bane,: the tram, srki'i? ~n :el bourne-:. and ,the": s?iui dowi?i at; Newcstle Steelworks are-all *t of the'batte .or ??? pround; "We are trying o contr ous production inidbring dw prices. "The Communists are trying LO disrupt - it and -put prices up. "'It will "be a - grimn struggle, but the Communists must be fought sooner or later, or ::Aus-. tralia - will . never .-.reach real "prosperity." I thinik we should -have it here..' .'The present method. is most:, unfair to those who have l larger houses." On the motion of Aid. 'Styles, council instructed the electrical engineer -(Mr. E.. N. Parry) t DW interview the resident, to explain why the council's: system of rat ing was adopted. :

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NEW HIGH SCHOOL "MATTER OF URGENCY" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

"'MATTE OF URGENCY" "A public meeting called by the Parramatta High School P. and C. Association has resolved to press for construction of a new.high school in Parra matta as a "matter of urgency." The meeting appointed a com mittee to inspect suitable sites, including the Hassall Street site recommended by technical offi cers of the Cumberland County Council. The committee will inspect the sites with a view to demonstrat ing their possibilities to the Min ister for Education (Mr. Heffron) on his visit to Parramatta on March 31. Representatives of bodies from Parramatta to Fairfield and Blacktown were present at the' meeting, in the City Hall. The meeting resolved to thank Mr. Heffron for his undertaking to have structural alterations and additions made to the present school buildings. This was considered to be es sential and urgent, even though it could not overcome the limi tations of the site or rectify the bad conditions at the school. After discussing the need for a new high sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Miss MdCHIAQ N Dispensing Chemist KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE': STREET, PARRAMATTA Opp. Station Telephone: UW 9270 "FOR "FOR BETTER * * BETTEk CAMERAS" CAMERAS" Kodak Brownie Box Cameras, •From O21/" •Folding Cameras, From £5/14/ Amplicolor 35 mm. Strp arid Slide Projector, 4: £31/10/ Duca 35 mm. Came'ra; popu. larly i known Sas the" "Bob' DyerCamera Purma Special, K..• £s/18/ ,., GASS' PHARMACY "FOR BETTER CAMERAS" FOR 48-HOUR DEVELOPING '& PRINTING SERVICE. 49 George St. Opp. Gas. ' o. FaPhon UWr2e a 41i Parramiat t8 1 i : [.. :: :· ·, ~· ·;. .r'·.. ·1·~·;~: :· .·':"·!~""~" ·.· ..· '' . .... j 1 F ACTORY RECONDITIONED PIANOS- PLAYERS - GRANDS By World-famous Makers . RONISCH - LIPP -- KAPS GULBRANSEN - :BELLING . VICTOR - MIGNONP FEALE - ESTEY, etc .WESTER.N Pl. A 0.- , 73; MACUARIE ST EETI PARAMA' TTA .. .. .. .. UW 6480 Have Your Teniis R; acket Restrun --at - ,1 DARCY. STREET, P'MATTA. UW9312 Latest Model Rackets and All Accessories Stocked.

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Another Record—£1330 Per Foot [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

Another Record £1330 Per Foot Highest price yet paid for Church Street frontages *is £22,G00 for 16ft. Sin. with a rear line of 13ft. 6in. This was recently paid for the premises "of the. Cash Butchery in the main shop ping block. Buyer is stated to be Mr. T. Carson. The price exceeds £1300 per foot. The previous high est price paid was £1250 per foot paid by the Manu facturers Mutual Insurance Co. for a frontage in the same block. .

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WORK TO BEGIN AT NORTHMEAD SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

WORK TO BEGIN AT NORTHMEAD. SCHOOL The .Minister for Education (Mr? ;effi '6Y has' told MVfr. G. 'C. Gollan. that a tender .has been. accepted for work to begin on the provision.. of.. additional.. ac commodation at the -Northinead Public School.' Representations. were made to the Miriister by Mr. Gollan on behalf of the Northmiead Par ents and Citizens' Association.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 29 March 1950

F ' THE :risk of losing cash: is very real to him. So, ,wise -.man, he, keeps it safe in a Rural Bank cheque account . , pays a cheque ,when he wants to S. . -knows what he's spending and -where his money goes. It's a simple matter to. open a cheque .account.... .:enquire at any branch. 'OF ,N EW SO.UTH `WALE S .Head .Office: Martin Place, Sydney Parramatta Branch .. o , , : , . George Street Manager . . ....... .. ... ... S. V. Moffitt AU STITN ' HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS - 2 & 5 TONNERS am IUSTiN TRUCKS are built for the tough jobs Come and see f'pr yourself . .. low loading; ample load how Austin engineers hive e ng 'space .. eal w?-ilt built these rugged '2 and 5 distribution ton ?trucks . providing .I brief, all Cyou~ want in ai everywhere the extra strength. .,H evy ty- Th~iikk'-plus even and extra care in design to :g:reatel.~ e'tqo econoqmy than aleet the. requirements of you wuld xpect. ustralia's hardest haulage jobs, Check these features that ~' ensure long ,and, .p.rofit...

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