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SPOIL CAUSES DRAIN BLOCKAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 2 August 1950
SPOIL CAUSES DRAIN BLOCKAGES ,Spoil from excavations durir., the . installation by. Sydney County: Council workmen" of higlh tension .lines -from: Mterry .larids to Fairfield :.receritly blocked stormwater drains, flood ing some areas, up to - several feet deep. The County Councilt has et-. .ressed regret to Holroyd Coun ,il for having ,cauisd th& block ?ccording to the. Council; the sppil his bee i:cleared, ;and the iimatter tailkerniup: with, officers concerned. ;
JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 2 August 1950
JUNIORt SOCCER S. Results of: Rangers' Iats. Sat- urday's matches--All Age A, 3 (G. Cox: 2; :H. Buntor)., Botany, 5. All Age B, 0; Annandale, 1. U rnder Ib, 7 (A...' Maiton 5, J. Plunkett -2); Gladesville P., 1. Under 14, 0; Homebush, 1. Best player, P. Howe.' Under 12, 1 (G. Thomson); Gladesville P., 0. AU' played well, with D. Baxter outstanding - on right wing. Ermington, 5; Rangers,, 1 (B. Hosford). :Rangers' fixtures for Saturday: All. Age A, .bye. All Age' B :v. Gladesville C.C.; Wystminst~2, 3.15. Under 18 v. Campsie. Par-" ra.matta Hospital, 3:15. .:Under 14 v Lidcombe, Wyatt, 2.0.
GUILDFORD WARD GARBAGE SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 2 August 1950
•GUILDFORD WARD GARBAGE. SERVICE Sir, in your issue' of July 19 you published an article referring to, the' 'West. Guildford Progress As sociation's complaint to Holroyd Council of the garbage service in Guildford Ward. Assuming Ald. O. Young .has been correctly reported as saying, "This crowd will find fault with anything," the Mayor (Aid. Campbell) as saying; "The re quest is farcical, and the Town Clerk (Mr. Arnett),. "That if council sold garbage tins, storage and handling and delivery costs would more than offset any. ad vantage of bulk purchases, as council is not organised for re-. tail hardware business." In 'the first instance, at' .no', time was council asked to retail: garbage tins to ratepayers. The council boasts that it is main taining a" service 'for less than; 3d per tin, but. does not say 'this 'charge is collected from those' without a tin as well as .those with: When council declared this area. a garbage area, it knew the' number of houses to be serviced. Therefor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 2 August 1950
its -s a: . . THERE-was, a time when the name "Rural": Bank meant little more than that.:-- To-day :the, scope of the bank's actvitlies ;has widened- enormously, its service to the public has been,., expanded: until now it offers all the usual banking facilities. But the name :rei.mains uinchanged-RURAL BANK. Why change a name that has earned :a trusted place in the community? OF N E W SOU TH WALE S' P~arramatta Branch . . .. . . 'George Street Manager . . .. . . . . V.Moffitt "Helping your business "u our business"-: S , ': .t '-- . ;- ' 9 p k't". "MAKES 2-LAYER 7" CAKE. ::: S. Usually a . 1. lpkt. A TOMPSON SONS PTY LTD. CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA (near Great Western Road) EORGE STREET PAR ATTA (2 doors from Tatt er '$ Hotel and H ais Park, Wentworthile Merryla nd. wrA 1UF 'S_, noted for a Square Deal for over 25 years! TOM* JAYSAyS feel ! WHEN YgU CAN BUY All.the Leading Makes of,:" :: from the .Frirm that's Noted o r: a Square Deal Since 1925 .; - _-- . ...ý . .. ...... FOR FUN A...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 2 August 1950
IN MEMORIAM &nbsp; WILLIAMS. — In loving memory of our dear Mother, Annie, who de- parted this life, July 30th, 1948. &nbsp; She lived for those she loved, And those she loved, remember. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Inserted by her loving son Tom, daughter-in-law Beulah and grandchildren.
P. & C. Floral Ball Was "Wonderful Show" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 2 August 1950
i ..... S :- - & Debutantes presented at Granville Parents & &nbsp; &nbsp; Citizens' first floral ball formed an arch of flowers for this year's debs. to pass under as they entered the ballroom at the Association's second floral ball, held recently at Granville Town Hall. Mr. C. A. Morgan, M.H.R., and Mrs. Morgan, received the debs, who were presented by matron- of-honor Mrs. G. K. Watson. &nbsp; The debs, - dresszd ii .' white formal ball gowns. ith bo?tquets of camelfit4 aind orcchids 'ii 'white and pink,; were preceded ;y two little flcker giris, dark-haired Beverley Walker (6) and golden haired ,Carol Tweedie (5), -wear ing 19tbh centusiy style frocks.of pink and blue organdi odver taf feta, with marching poke. bonnet halos and Victorian posies of camellias ad.. roses, in shades of pink, edged with gold lace. A Mrs. C. A. Morgan wore a silver fox .cape. over her gown of ice-blue crepe embroidered with silver bea'ds. Matron-of boiour, Mrs. ...
POSTAL FACILITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
POSTAL FACILITIES Mr. C. A. .VMorgan, M.H.R., has been advised by 'the, Deputy Director of Posts and Telegraphs that following his representations on behalf of the Dorothy Street Progress. Association, S o u t h Granville, a postal receptacle has now been erected at the corner of.Dorothy and Everley Streets, South Granville.
REPORT ON H.C. BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
REPORT ON H.C. BUILDING Building by the N.S.W. Hous ing Commission in the City of Parramatta for the six mbnths erded: June 30, 1950, totals :more than £350,000. This was revealed in a report to the City Council by the Chief Health Inspector (Mr. J. R. Scbtt). Commnission contracts for the six hmonths period totalled £350,500, when 198 homes were constructed in the district. During 1949, 266 homes, valued at £453,200 were. constructed for the Commission in the area. Mr. Scott said that 31 homes, at a cost of £57,000, were con structed in Parramatta, 61, cost ing £103;500, in Granville Ward, 8, costing £15,500, in Dundas Ward and 98, at' a cost of £174,500, in Ermington-Rydal mere Ward, during the past six months. During 1949, 65 homes, costing £109;300, were built in Parra matta Ward, 121, costing £204,900, in Granville Ward, and 80, cost ing 1£2139,000, in Ermington .Rydalmere Ward. There were no Commission projects in Dundas Ward in 1949, Mr. Scott said. The God who gave- us life,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
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BRAKE ON CITY HALL BOOKINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
BRAKE. ON CITY HALL BOOKINGS Parramatta City Council has refused to accept 1951 bookings for the City Hall until Septem ber. Applications for the letting of the hall will be be called through Ioc.al newspapers. Council refused to consider an application for th~ hiring of the hall for a 1951 date from Parra matta Musical .C~omedy Co. Applications from other .or ganisations were also defeated. The !council has decided to ex hibit lists of coming social en gagements, booked for the City Hall, in the vestibule of the building. : B~okings will be. listed :two Sm ntnis In advance.
ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
KING'S School kids in the cast of Madeleine Bingham's "The Man From The Ministry," presented by the school dramatic society in the City Hall last. -week, never dreamed. this bit in the script would roll 'em in the aisles. The Mayor of Belling ton: "Brrmp,. I shall be late; and people don't like to be kept waiting in *the rain. Katie : "But it's nt't raining." The Mayor: "Oh, but it usually is." + . M OST..of .the regulars aboard, - the homeward-bound '6.20. p.m. bus from Aub.:- Station: to Chisholm Road, kiew I hin only as "Buck." Chunky, tough little: guy (but of a kindly heart as big as him ;self), always parked on thp, front' seat; always, '"comfortable". after, his pot-or-two at t?the_, :;1a al: ways-. crooning; shocki"ngly, - ow,. key, dittics of ,_ d onli scifee gone by.' . ' " . Aboard 'the' 6.20 last week, some spoke in hushed voices .. . ,soimebody : else wag, sitting -in "Buck's" .accustomed, place. On the morning of the pre :vious.: Saturday, as was his nevrtrfailing .,cu...
Junior R.L. Results [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
Junior R.L:. Results The following are the results of Junior Rugby League matches pIlayed last week-end: Reserve Grade: Riverstone 3 v. Liverpool 2; Fairfield 10 v. Toon gabbie 2; .Cabramatta 12 v. Wenty 0. A Grade .Semi-final:' Wenty 11 v. Fairfield 7. C Grade: Wenty 5 v. Liverpool 0; Cabramatta 7 v. Parramatta East 3. Fixtures for next Sunday, at Fair field Park: Reserve Grade: Fairfield v. Wenty; Toongabbie v. Riverstone, Cabra matta v. Liverpool. A Grade Semi-final: Toongabbie v. Fairfield.
HAPPY GATHERING AT SHOW BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
AT SHOW BALL,. Parrarriatta Agricultural- Society annual Show Ball in the City Hall last Friday was well attended and everyone was in a happy mood. The hall was beautifully deco rated for the occasion by Mrs. E. D. Baskerville, wife of the hon. secretary of the society. Official guests, were the Mayor of Parramatta, Ald. E. A. Mobbe, and Ald. H. V. Horwood. Apolo gies were received from Mrs. Mobbs and Mrs. Horwood.. Vice-president Mr. Whiteman and Mrs. Whiteman entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and Mr. and Mrs: E. D. Baskerville. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Innes enter-" tained Mr. and Mrs: Tweedie, !Mr'. and Mrs.. W. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bavington, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kepeli Mr. and Mrs. R. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. W. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. L. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Dawson,. Mr. and Mrs. B. Perry, Col.. and Mrs. Bapty, Mr. and Mrs. Leahy, and Mr. Mick Dawson. A' large party entertained by Miss Spillane and Mr. Merv Nichells in cluded Mr. and Mrs. Fear,. Mrs. Spil lane, 'Mr. and Mrs. Valentine; Mr. ...
Cake Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
Cake Exhibition TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW, from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., an at tractive exhibition of iced and decorated cakes invites your in spection at Parramatta A.G.L. (Home Service Section), George Street. The cakes and their decorative trimmings are the work of A.G.L. cookery students. Prizes in the guessing compe tition for a wedding cake, being run by the Home Service Club, will be drawn at, the conclusion of this exhibition. Proceeds to Parramatta District Hospital, Society for Crippled Children, and other local charities. Patience does not mean indif ference. We may work and trust and wait, but we ought not to be idle or careless while waiting.-Gail Hamilton.
CAN RAISE £50,000 LOAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
CAN RAISE £50,000 LOAN State Government has ap .proved the' raising of a £50,000 loan by Parramatta City Council, Mr. W. H. Lamb, .IVLL.A., for Granville .told aldermen last week. Council proposes :to; spend the money: on, a .public, works pro gramme ih Graiiville Ward ., +stimated.poplati atibn of thi: City of. 'Pairamatta has reached $5,260,, according to the Govern-: ment Statistician. .This figure: was ascertained at December 31, 1949.
Fashion Parade [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
Fashion. Parade:: AUSTRALIA'S MISS MARDI GRAS, attractive Betty Sterland, is one of the eight leading Syd ney mannequins chosen by Mur ray Bros., Parramatta, for their Spring Fashion Parade to be held at 'th- City Hall on Thursday, August 31, at 2 p.m. The other models taking part in the parade are Shirley Morris, Sylvia Smith, Betty Wilson, Betty Stead, "Poppy" Mee, Dawn Bat ley and Valerie Harford. Tickets for the parade are 3/-, including afternoon taa. Box plan for bookings. at Murray Bros. (ground floor show .room), Church Street, Parramatta (UW 8821). Entire proceeds wi.. be donated to Parramatta. Police Citizens' Boys' Club.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 9 August 1950
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