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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

CHRIST'IAN. SCIENCE CHURCHES Sacrament, was the subject in all Churches .of Christ Scien tist, on Sunday. The Goldenr Text was: Search O God, and know my heart; try me, and know my thoughts; And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.-Psalms 139;23, 24. Among the Bible citations comprising the Lesson-Sermon, was the following: Be ye there fore followers of God, as dear children.-Ephesians 5:1. The following passage from the Christian Science Textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: Our Eucharist is spiritual com inunion with the one God. P.35.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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TRAFFIC DOMES FOR GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

TRAFFIC DOMES FOR GUILDFORDT Following r'equest~s :frin h:c,1-: royd Coincil for a traffic dome at the. corne- of O'Neill and Elizabeth- Streets; Guildford, .thel Transport Department has de cided to install two domes there. The Department told Council last week that an inspection had been made of the intersection by its traffic officers. It was decided to install two domes-in O'Neill Street, on both sides of Elizabeth Street, the Department said. Installation is expected to be made shortly. The interests of childhood and youth are the interests of man kind.- Janes.

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More H.C. Homes For Westmead [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

More H.C. Homes For Westmead The N.S.W. Housing Commis sion proposes to erect ten addi tional homes at Westmead, Hol royd Council was told last week. Sites for the project are in Amos, Houison and Howe Streets. According to Council Building Inspector I(Mr. V. R. Mackin), who has in ected the plans, the homes will be constructed of brick, in an attractive design.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

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JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

JUNIOR SOCCER Results of matches played by the Rangers All Age A 2 (G. Cox, W;. Burgess), Balmain 6. Best players,. M. McGinley, W. Burgess. All Age B 6 (R. Chis holm 3, K. Barr 2,.R. Cunneen), Gladesville 0. Best players, R. Chisholm, G'. Murdoch. Under 18 1 (W. Shepherd), Mascot 4. Best players, W. Shepherd, M. Howell. Under 14 1 -(P. Wat son), Auiburn B 0. Under 12 0, Gladesville AL ' Best players, G. McDonald, . K.. Kelly. Fixtures for neict Saturday: All Age A v.;Gliadesville, P. Monash, 1.45; Rangers v. Ermington, Phrramatta' (2), 10.0;.All Age B Under 18, Under 14, bye; Under 14 B v. Lidcombe, Burnside, 11.0; Under 12, matches to be ar ranged. ..

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GRANVILLE MAN HAS UNUSUAL HOBBY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

HAS UNUSUAL, HOBBY .. A: youig~. Granville ma1n is devoting .all his spare time try ing to awaken. in Australiani a. greater love for. their native wild life. :He is Mr. Horrie Rowe, of Hamilton Street, .Granville. . Recently Parram'atta City Council granted him permiission to keep a limited number -of animals, reptiles, birds and fish on his premises. . . IMr. Rowe is twenty-.eight years of. age, married, and-. nas three small daughters .. . He is works posstmser at. :the. Commo nwealth-. Engineering Company, Granville. Since he was a small boy, -oiig to Rosehill Public School '"he has taken a deep interest in wild lif'e. .He started- to col 'ect specimens. when eight years old and now has a small .nenagerie. With council's permission- he intends to make additions to this when building materials? are available and open it to the public. "People should realise,'" Mr. Rowe-. said, "that most of. the mnimals birds and "reptiles ri our )ush are .completely harmless. Even thouigh many o...

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SCHOOL FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

SCHOOL FOOTBALL I The following are the results of football matches played by Granville ::Central School last week:. - Soccer: Grade i., Campsie 2 v. Granvilld 1; grade .II., Gian ville 2 v. Campsie 1; grade III., Campsie 3 v. Granville 0.. Rugby League: Grade II.: Chats wood 11lv. Granville 3; grade' IV., Carlton. 6 v. Granville 0.

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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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NO EXTENSION FOR COUNCILS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

NO EXTENSION FOR COUNCILS IExbecutiives of the N.S.W. Local Government Association has re jected proposals to. extend . by a year the life of councils 'in the Sydney Metropolitan' area. SWoollahra Council recently urged other councils to support its move to. extend, the terms of present councils, claiming that only two years had elapsed since last elections. Only four councils, including Holroyd Council, supported the move. The association told flolroyd Council, last week, that the Exe icutive ·believed it: would be ieav ing itself open 'for charges of 'inconsistency, with elections at the end of 1950, if it submitted the proposal to the State .Gov emient. The association said: "'It was appreciated that there was,merit in the'.proposal as only itwo ye'ars has elapsed since elections were last held in the County of Cumberlandd; "Also,· quite a number of councils have been immediately faced with many problems aris ing from amalgamation, which has absorbed 'time, which might have been ...

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MILKMAN FINED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

oMILKMAN FINED A Guildford miilk veridoir war fined £3 with 10iO/- costs by Mr Brooke, . S.VI. . at arrarniattr C9ir't, for selling adbulterated 'milk. ,Th'e vendor,, Archie MIervyr "waine, of Woodville Road, GGuildford, pleaded niot guilty and ?was represented by Mr. K. Robilliard. -. Reginald William BaMley, a Milk., Board inspector, said in evidence that Swaine rethiled 80 gallons of milk daily in Granville. At 5.35 a.m. on April 17. he took. a sample from a gallon can of defendant: Mr. Bailey tendered a Gov elrnment Analyst's :report which sho~ived the addition of 5:? of water, .r. Robilliard to0d Mr. Brooke that Swaiii e liveed away 'from his "dep?t% anid had been having, tro?ldle with .. :an who stole milk from- him..from .tin'i to firife. ,The polhce had been appriach .ed, but no, ar'est had been itade, although'a lad ,with two killies. had b:9en 'seen apipro:aching de fendant's cans. Two oth r samples had 'been' taeri,, lr, Robilliard said,' art4 .te had i bbg. ei? wite.Alt ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

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Bouquet For Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

Bouquet .For .Council Although most ratepayer. are ready to coindemn coi.ficils, a bouquet soinetimes -comes- the way of aldermen?.., Mrs. M. E. Matheson; of Alex andra Avenue, Westmead; has tharked IaolroSyd Council:: fo: the;: "prom pt'eA" with which. itie- of Thr ·cr entraince. "Vef gratifyiig," qoimented the Mayor (Ald. W. Campbell).

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MAYOR'S APPEAL FOR VICTIMS OF FLOODS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

M1AYOR'S APPEAL FOR VICTIMS OF FLOODS Mr. W. H. Lamb, M.L.A., Speaker. of the Legislative Assembly, and I, as Mayor * of the City of Parramatta, extend to your organisation a cordial invitation to ap point a representative to attend a Special meeting to be': held in the Council Chamber, Town Hall; Car! ton Street, _Granville, on •Tuesday, 25th July, at 8 p.m. The object of.: the meeting will be to organise a drive to assist those- people suf feringas a consequence of the recent.: floods.. All dolnations to the ap peal should be sent through the Mayor of Parramatta's Local Appeal to the Lord Mayor's .Fund; and. any' donations received will be tha;lkfully acknowledged by me. -E. A. Mobbs, Mayor.

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ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

The assistant secretary (Mr. Jack Deeth) was made a .life -member at the annual meting of the Central Cumberland District Cricket Club held in the Parramatta School of Arts. The following officers were elected for the 1950-51 season: Patrons, Mr G. C. .Gollan, M.L.A., Alderman E. A. Mobbs (Mayor of Parramatta); presi dent, Mr. P. H. Jeffery; chair man of committees, - Mr. E. Gould; secretary, Mr. C. Hyer; assistant secretary, Mr. J. Deeth; treasurer, Mr. A. C. Ritchie; delegates to N.S.W.C.A., Me.srs. S~: Stone and C Hyer; auditors, MIessrs. S. P. Lewis and G. Cra" rey; managemerit committee, K. Beck, L. Benaud, R. Benaud, L. Cadden, W. Cornock, W. Irwin, R. James, R. Macconi, B. Ritchie; provisional selection committee, L. Benaud, J. Deeth, A. Hall, W. Irwin, R. James, J. O'Donoughue and secretary. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES Highest individual score, R. Benaud (160 ii.o). Trophy pre sented by Mr. H. G. Irwin. Best bowling performan'. - trophy presented by Mr. H. G. Irwin: A. Cramond,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

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Milkos Must Moderate Early Morning Noise [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

Mnilko~s :Must M~oderate Eaily Morning: Noise Foilowing comp!ainits from Merrylands residents, a milk producing company has warned its carters to work quietly during their early morning rounds, Holroyd Council was told last week. Council recently told the Dairy Farmers' Co-elperative Milk Co. Ltd., and the Fresh Food and Ice Co., of residents' feeling towards their carters. Residents complained that cart ers causedundue noise when delivering milik to depots in the district: 'Fresh Food and Ice Co. told Council that deliveries were not tiiade in the municipality by their carters. Dairy Farmers said that their carters had been asked to work as quietly as possible in resi dential areas. Commenting on deliveries to a depot in Belmont Street, Merry lands, the company said that the driver called there at 12.30 -a.m He donterided that he coasted as far as possible without lights,: and admitted that he left 12 cans but collected no empties, the company said. The driver claimed that he made ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

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LET US START TO AGREE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

LET US START 10: AGREE If the world cannot agree about everything, can it agree about one thing? Can. it agree that no child, any where-whatever. its race or coloc -should be allowed to starve to death? If we once agree on that, then we might one dclay get a little further. We might even agree that all children every where should get enough to eat, 'l'that is what tihe United Nations Appeal for Children (N.S.W.) is striving to achieve. Up at the headquarters of the Appeal at 46 Martin Place, Syd ney, the officials of U.N.A.C. are delighted with the generous re sponse already made by Aus tralian children. There is some thing warm in a child's nature which compels it to i'espond to calls for aid. Of course, adults have re sponded nobly, but there is something in a child's simple act of sacrifice that arouses the best in us. This appeal has already brought out a sense-of unity. All over the State, people of all classes, religion and beliefs, have shown that o0i this subject, the future...

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 19 July 1950

From; Pa~ddo: to Punte By Harry Quigley. Wheni these notes were .being written early this week, prospects for next Saturday's Rosehill meeting were very poor. On Monday. :morning the course was waterlogged, and it does not recover now as it used to. Among the horses to have a change of stables last week was Galleon's Reach, a* two-year-old filly.. by White Ensign. Forme'rly trained by Bert Stanton, she has gone to Reg Harris' stables. +E. + + Returning the other day firom a spell, Spear Glory, Lougay and Dark Titan, owned by Mr. Tom Cooke, of Dark Marne fame, went into the care of Bill Deg nan, who trains Tea Towel and others. + + + Maurie Anderson, who has the biggest team at ' Rosehill, .took the opportunity last week to en joy~ a brief let-up at Forster. He will be busy this *week getting ready for the big local meetings. + 4. + + Trainer Gordon** Horton, who has three horses at Rosehill Cognac, Chatsman and Airpen proposes to bring another half dozen -from Bathurst if he can sec...

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