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Sanitary Workers' Demand For Improved Conditions [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

Sanitary Workers' Demand For improved Conditions Sanitary workers at the Granville Depot would consider ceasing work if their demands for improved conditions" are not met by Par ramatta City Council, Union representatives said last week. After adopting a: report from the Chief Health Inspector (Mr. J. R. Scott)`, Council agreed to construct a temporary building to house- amienities .for the men, including a shower recess' with eqgiipment for hot water supplies. Mr. Scott said: "The sanitary depot shed is in a very bad state and there' are no amenities for the men. Such conditions were existing for some considerable time. prior to the amalgamation. The conditions were brought about mainly by vandalism and . it -. is apparent that any building of :'other than brick or concrete construction in the area would have a short life. "I explained to the Union re presentatives' that the Council is desirous of building a modern liquefaction depot incorporating the most up-to-date amenities for ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

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WANTS AID TO RESTORE FLOOD DAMAGED ROADS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

WANTS AID TO RESTORE FLOOD DAMAGED ROADS Parramatta City Council would continue to press for financial aid from the State Government for restoration of roads damaged by recent flood rains, the Mayor of Parra matta (Aid. E. A. Mobbs) said last week. "We will leave no stone un-. turned for our City to receive as much assistance as possible," Aid. Mobbs told a meeting of Coun cil. Minister for: Local Government (Mr. J. J. Cahill) recently an nounced that about £400,000 would be released by the State Government for restoration -of roads and bridges damaged by_ floods. The Local Government Asso ciation has told Council that, urgent appeals have been made to the Prime Minister (Mr. Men zies), and the State Government for money to restore roads, and property damaged by floods. The associatiori urged Council to submit claims for. damage to the Public Works, Department. It was hoped to impress Mr. Cahill with the amount of dam age caused in municipalities and shires in the State, the associa...

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HIT BY CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

HIT BY CAR Hit by a car while pushing his motor cycle in Railway Parade, Granville, a Clyde youth. suffered lacerations to the right leg' The' youth, Maxwell Lanham (17), of Fourth Street, Clyde, was taken to Parramatta District Hos pital by Parramatta Ambulance. His condition was yesterday re ported as satisfactory.

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Rain Was Unkind To High School Rivals [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

High School Rvals Torrential rain seriously disrupted sporting pro granmmnes of the :annual contest between Canberra High School and Parramnatta High at Parramatta last week. Tennis and athletic fixtures w e r e completely washed-out when heavy rain swamped local courts and playing areas at Cum berland Oval. Although some flxtures were played, and a . debate :finali. ed, it was agre'ed that Canberra, win grers of the 1949 contest, should 'retain the Can-Parra Trophy, pending Parranr.atta's visit to, Canberra. next year. In a tense struggle. on .mud choked Cumberland Ovali. Can berra and Parramatta Rugby Union teams played a three-all draw, duriing a break in the weather on Wednesday morning. Both teams showed good form, with G. Pearson, of Parramatta, breaking through Canberra's de fence to cross the line. fo.r a.well earned try Canberra 'was later awarded a penalty try to make the scores 3-all at full time. David Dawson, son of a Can berra diplomatic representative, carried his tea...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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NEW SHELTER SHED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

NEW. SHELTER SHED Parramatta City Council is considering the construction of a shelter shed at the corner of Church "St. and Victoria,, Rd., Parramatta. This follows a, request from a local resident, Mrs. E. Graham. The City Engineer (Mr .W. C. Andrews) is expected to. submit. a detailed report on the matter to a meeting of Parramatta. Ward aldermen.

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TALKED ON GIBRALTAR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

TALKED ON GIBRALTAR. Pr.e-war Gibra'tar was seen at ts' best during combined fleet ex rcises,, Lieuteriant-Commander '-T G:Stewart (R.N. retite-d) ?tld ?arramatta Chamber of 'Com nerce last week. Mr. Stewart,: rec.ently.appointed lecretary-Manarer of the Parra R--,- ,-;linr Club, was address ing the Chamber. at a meeting at .±_waha. During such occasions, there .Were a dozen battleships, three or :our aircraft carriers, and any hinig up to 60 destroyers as ;embled at the base. Mr; Stewart said th"e caves vhich honeycomb the "Rock" )rove inv;aluable during times of .var ,as .ammunition dumps,,and cood stores. Mr.. Stewart said Ma'ta, pos "bly the most important naval "e. i4. -the Mediterranean, has ;fte-n!.L.een described":as the land ,f '"hbells; be:ls and smells." "'The island has more -hurches to the. square mile thant Sydney has hotels within a simi lar area," he said. . ... ;.?, . ' -: :.,

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"STRAYING DOGS" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

"STRAYING DOGS" . Sir,--As a newcomer. to your big,"prosperous city, I have been sjuced and nurt by the number of stray, starving dogs, roaming the .streets, with rio one caring for the wealth of love waiting. to be picked up and taken home. Other cities and towns smaller than .Parramatta have large homes for dogs and pounds run. by the municipality, where the wretched four-footed 'friends of man, dogs and horses, can be taken to be either sold to decent people or mercifully put to sleep. SThe'Sydney R.S.P.C.A. is going to make a . move this way to finally help the many animal iovers of Parramatta gatler tM gether and really do something at long last.. Parramatta. can afford. to be merciful. "ST-A."

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PHILATELISTS MEET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

pHILATELISTS MEET Despite adverse weather, taere vas a good attendance at a re cent meeting of the City of Par ralnatta Philatelic Society. The meeting was an .open market for bartering and ex change of stamps. The following members have been admitted to the Society: Messrs. L. Rouvray, Cox of Brisbane Stamp Club, G. Blizil, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, U.S.A., J. C. Klors, or Antwerp, Holland, R. H. Read. anl J. Car son, oL Jingiaica, and iie Rev. J. C. Marcoux, of Quebec, dllanaa.

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Council Donations [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

Council Donations. parramatta City Council has referred to its finance committee several requests .trom cnaritavie organisations for- donations. lowever, Council at. its meet ing last week, granted a subsidy of £50 for the'six- months ending June 30, :to -Parramatta itiztens Band. Finance committeemen will consider;' granting donations` to the Adult. ;Deaf ,-and Dumb Society, the- United Nations Ap peal for- Children, .,and -Picton Lakes Village. - Council, fast year. donate two guineas to- Picton Lakes Village for rehabilitation of tuDercuLu.?s victims.

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Ron James Was Cumberland's First State Skipper [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

es rWas iumberlands First State SkipRee For the first time in its history a member of Central Cumberland District Cricket Club was selected to lead the State eleven, the club's fifty-third annual report states. He is club skipper Ron James, who led New South Wales to Sheffield Shield vic tory in 1949-50. James follow ed up his good work by top-' ping the Sbate batting aver age. Cumberland's other State rep resentative was the youthful all-rounder Ritchie Benaud. Benaud,. a .keen. and unspoilt yoiirug player, should develop into a- Cumberland champion whose name will be remember ed with the famous. district players of other years. He had his best season for the club .with both bat and bail. His batting average was 51.1, bowling average 21. wic kets 'for 17.8, scored most runs (460), hignest score (160 not out) and shared most wickets with, Walter Cornock (21). His complete recovery from .:he bad knock he received dur ing the last season is gratifying to followers of the game. The fir...

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£500 FOR ROAD REPAIRS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

£500 FOR ROAD REPAIRS .Parramatta.; City Council has agreed to spend more than £500 on roadworks and footpath con struction in Granville. Repairs will be commenced in -bbotot, Excelsior, Swift, Alton,, Banksia, Glen, Gray and Robert .on Sts., and Rhodes Ave. Council has adopted the City '-ngir.er-'s (Mr. W. C. Andrews) report for work in Robertson St., ýý m .......?d to cost £130. The dates and detail's of these dances will be announced in the advertising columhs of the "Airgus."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

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For Church Funds [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

For'ý Church Funds Preparations are well in hand for the• holding *of the Cen tenary celebrations of the: Parra* matta Baptist 'Churgh, early next year. h This church was. responsible or starting four churches: Gran ville, -Auburn, Merrylands and Dundas. The centenary aim' of the chulrch, :is to commence. another church in a surrounding district. To raise funds• for this pur pose a talent quest will be held in the school hall, on Satur day, July 29, at 7.45 p.m., Competitors have entered from a number of other churches. The items will be -amplified and a musical treat is' in store. A large crowd is expected. Admission is- free..and a collec tion will be taken. The..famous male voice choir. from the Auburn Baptist Church and the talented elocutionist, .Miss Pam :Young,~ - ill be "guest 'artists. The audience ; will be: left ito judge the winners of each sec tionl.' The compere will be Mr. Keith Pearson, fromt, the: Li-tdcobe Baptist Church. N s. "?Mary Ann "I:elena de' Mestre (82) di...

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Greater Allocations For City Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

Greater Allocations For City Council -Councils will receive greater al locations from the Public Vehicles Fund, controlled by -the Transport ::epartment. accr.rdin to a circular from the N.S.W. Sransnort and Town Planning Committee. Benefit will also be. given from widening of the provisions of the Act controlling disbursements, the Committee says. Parramatta City Council- has decided to send a congratulatory etter -to the Committee ror tneir. repeated representations on the tratter to the State Government. ,Minister for Supply (Mr. Howard Beale) has to d Council that he is discussing suggestions .or increased allocation of the petrol tax for road works in the City of Parramatta, with the Federal Treasurer (Mr. A.. W. Fadden). Council recently asked- Mr. Bea e to investigate the possi bility. of securing more money from the tax for its roads. The P.M.G. Department. pro poses to install a public te!ephone . at the corner of Everley and Dorothy 'Sts., -Granville,:-- Parra- matta City ...

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PARRAMATTA LOSE TO ST. GEORGE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

PARRAMATTA LOSE TO ST. GEORGE St. George, by virtue of greater strength in the forwards, superior weight and vigorous rucking, decisively defeated Parramatta by 24 points to 5 at Hurstviile Oval on Saturday. Their forwards paved the way for the win and gave the speedy backs, flanked by Lisle and Stapleton on the wings, many .,coring opportunities. Too many Parramatta players, especially the inside backs, lacked the in clination to go down on the ball. One shining light was the play of Bruce at five-eighth. He .. showing improvement in the position every game, and on Saturday again ran with deter mination and skill. -Irwin, a: usual, played a solid game and l~andled the greasy ball well. Of the forwards, Elliott way outstanding and continuayii broke from scrums and rucks cto harass the inside backs with good effect. Smith played hi. usual solid game, ably supported. by Odell, another up:.and- coming forward, and -Haylor. St. George, 24, defeated Parra matta 5. E. Browne 1 try, T. Irw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 26 July 1950

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