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TO OUR CONTEMPORARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
TO OUR CONTEMPORARY. Dear Biz, — We turned over a page as a New Year resolution for 1935. ? ? ? CARD AFTERNOON. The Australian Legion, Guildford Branch',. Ladies' Auxiliary held a veil*. .pleasaU't, card afternoon in the club rooms orl- the IGth January. Many of the ladies were skilled play ers, and the games were fought to a close finish. Refreshments weix served. The winninE' laHips were Mrs. Rutherford first and Mrs. Taaffec second. Mrs. Anstey won the lucky door prize, and Mrs. Lennard col lected the booby prize. Everyone de clared they had had an enjoyable afternoon. « ' * * A pretty wedding of unusual in terest to Guildford was held at thc residence of the bride's parents, 'Le;i Hurst,' Guildford, when Violet Lil lian, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jordan', was married to Mr. Henry W. E. George, youngest son of Mrs. F. George, of Mosman, by the Rev. W. Poole, of Granville. The bride, gowned in a frock .if magnolia satin, cut on classical lines, carried a bouquet of whit...
PAR PEEPS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
PAR PEEPS 'In middle/ life, men tend to be come irasciblfe towards their wives ' says a woman's paper.— The rnarJB^ forties. ) ? ? ? * The N.S.W. Branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A; has passed the goal of -, 20,000 members for 1934. Sub branches total 337. 964 new mem bers joined: in January, 1935. 'Sun' Editorial last week. 'Thc dignity of political leaders and parties, when measured by inches, begins to fill the hearts of common taxpayers with awe and reverence.' — 'Oh Yeah.' Our progressive baker, Mr. Fullti ton, of Guildford, having completed his new bakehouse extensions, is now concentrating on specialising the or namental side of his trade. He plan* to create a sensation with his beau tifully decorated wedding and birth day cakes. English and continental designs will be created by his artift. in sugar. 'Do you believe in heredity'.'' 'Yps.' said the schoolteacher. 'There's a boy in my class who ha- to return home everyday for hi* books, pencils and pens. His father's a plumber.' ? « * ...
GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
GRANVILLE. Granville Municipal Jubilee, 1885r 1935. Public meeting at Town Hall, Granville, Thursday, , 14th . February, 8 p.m.' . Authorised by Mayor of Granville, '-publication - of a booklet has already been passed. The imeetr. ing is to decide .ways. ;and means ; toT suitably mark, the occasion. ' '»' : An .objectionable odour arose from the drain at the side of the Police .Uox at UuUdiord. Attention has been drawi-to the matter 'for Coun cil to act. ?/-??: . ..:;;.;; /.;/;# . ??-.''* .. ? ???.-.? \.i\: ^Bulgaria and Guildford have one |»cst.Hn 'common. It must be healthy; §§§il§|fi§S
A CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
A CHANCE. Into the din and clatter of a busy telegraph office, walked a tall, awk ward young man, with a linen duster reaching nearly to his heals. He sought employment. The chief operator told him to sit down and pointed to a table where sat one of the swiftest writers and most skilful senders. It was the press table and the most important time of the day. xiic iiiou umciji \;iiincu -1I1U me ULimr workers looked askance at the rustic stranger in his attempt to 'take' the fastest man on the line. Answering the call, he picked up the pen and began to write. Hour after hour, without a break, he wrote, with a hand like a copper plate. The office stared in wonder as the messenger boy grabbed the copy. When the instrument ceased, he was told he was given the position. They asked him his name. He replied, 'Edison.' It was the beginning of his world-wide fame. All he wanted was 'A Chance.' Give your local 'Broadcaster' a chance with your advertising. » ? ? Strong winds have almost blown do...
CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
CANLEY VALE. Mr. and Mrs. F. Hatton, Phelp St., Canley 'Vale, have just returned from annual holidays at Austinmer. Mr. Greg. Heatley, of St. John's Park. Canley Vale, holidaying at Dee Why.' Mr. R. B. Smith and family, of St. Johns, are at Manly for a fortnight, making tidal waves. Friends of Mrs. J. Greenfield, of Edensor Park, wil be pleased to hear her daughter's arm is on the mend. A suit case was stolen from Mr. O'Brien's Second Hand Shop, Mac quarie Street, Liverpool, last Thurs day, while he was at lunch. Mr. Hunter, of Burns Road, St. John's Park, is suffering from a slight stroke. John Dean, Delemere St., Fair field, is in Auburn District Hospital, suffering from appendicitis. A reunion of all the near Southern District old officers took place in the Scouts' Hall, Liverpool, on January 19th, about 40 attending, indulging in reminiscences of old times. This will be an annual event if it can be arranged. Mr. McPherson, well-known draper of Liverpool, is at present on holi da...
CABRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
CABRAMATTA. A Memorial Drinking Fountain was unveiled last Saturday after noon at Cabramatta Railway Station, which was dedicated to the memory of the late Alderman Young. Mayor Cook was in charge of the ar rangements, and our Presbyterian minister conducted the ceremony. Tenders are invited up to Feb ruary 5th for the erection of Public Hall for Green Valley P.A. Inspect plans and specifications at G. Bar netl's, Green Valley. Preference to local builders. ? ? ? Meeting, Thursday, January 31st, at 8 p.m., to further a 'Back to Cabramatta Week,' at Town Hall, Cabramatta. Mr .and Mrs. Weathorbum now re side in Canlcy Vale R-1. ♦ » ? Progress of Billiard Tournament in School of Arts. Guildford, is: A. Lawrence, 200; W. Hodson, 138. Major Cross' farewell of the Gran villo Corps nf the Salvation Army took place nn Thursday. January 15th. at the Citadel. Sydney Road. It was a largi* gathering, many came to wish him farewell. Ministers from all i-hurches were present, also the Ex-Mayor Ep...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
SCHOOL REQUISITES: | The Newsagents' Association Exercise BooltE still stand alone for Quality, Quantity and Price. There is a full ranyi; of ordinary, double line. Botany, Science, and the new stiff cover Gd book is also a good one A 200 page Reporter's Note Book at 4 Jd is also on ita list. School Cases from a 6d Lunch Case to a special Steel Lined Case M 32/6, ranging in between to suit all requirements and purses. Kit Bags and School Bags, full range. Quality always tells. E. G. WILLIAMS Newsagency, Guildford. UW 9559 For Better Quality McDONALDS, Where the good SHIRTS and PYJAMAS are, have opened up with a nice range of Men's Wear. All the latest and best brands of Mercery kept. SHIRTS from 3/11. Also special line of School Tunics, regulation size, as sold by all leading City Shops. Small Boys1 SERGE TROUSERS, best of Serge, 2/6 pair. McDonalds ; CITY PRICE MERCERS ! Next Newsagent GUILDFORD. j
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
REPORTS. Secretaries, officers and members of any public or sporting bodies, lodges or functions, which are inter esting, in the area from Merrylands to Liverpool are advised that 'Broadcaster' will willingly publish the particulars FREE. For any notices or advertisements, of course, we make our usual small charge of 1/- for 18 words. Send either to 'Broadcaster,' c/o 0. H. Dumbrill, 32 Cross Street, Guildford.
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
EDITORIAL. To have rabbit pie you must first catch your rabbit' is an old saying, but some do not agree that it applies to them. We often hear the remark, 'Oh, I don't need to advertise, everybody knows about me.' Surely this is not the popular opinion, judg ing by the amount spent in ad vertising in trip. rlailv nanprs The power of suggestion must be great in this medium Does anyone know exactly what he or she benefits from an advertise ment. A local newspaper is al most a monument to the locality in which it circulates. The ques tion is, .in any case, what other interest has our above friends in the district? Do they want you to have a local paper? It's given to the public free. The public support the business people, and one of the least things a business or professional man can do would be to support and assist its local expression. It helps put the district on the map so to speak. It safeguards the public interest. Its news value has a hearl interest, because it affects you and...
FAIRFIELD TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
FAIRFIELD TENNIS. The Fairfield Tennis Association will commence their winter competi tions early in March. The annual Association meeting will take place on Thursday, January 31st, at Wheatley's Buildings, Fairfield. A Kitchen Tea was given at the Golden Bell, on Januarv 24th to the well-known tennis players, Miss Vida Hay, and Mr. Cyril Henderson, on occasion of their forthcoming mar riage. Many presents were received and a great crowd were present. * » # Holroyd Council decided to co operate with Newtown Council in a request to the Government to grant rockchopper.s, employed on relief works, wages in accordance with award. * * ? Mr. and Mrs. Jolly and family, Talbot St., Guildford, arc on holidays. * .? ? Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, Berwick St., are on holidays. « ? ? Rev. B. D. Morris, father of Mr. A. D. Morris, agent, A.M.P., of 20 Grassmere St., Guildford, is improv ing in health in Narrabeen after a long illness. « » # Presbyterian Tennis Club, Guild ford, after a general meeting, ...
WEDDING BELLS. Giblin—Rust. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
\VK1)1)IN(; HELLS. Giblin— Rust. A pretty wedding was celebrated at the MeUioiiisl Church. Guildfovd, on Saturday, January 26th. by the Rev. J. Pooli?. the happy couple being Miss Ella Rust, of Guildford, and Mr. Uay Giblin, of Homebush. The bride's gown was of dull satin, with a Jong train. The bridesmaids were Mis:; Gwen Rust and train-bearer Marjorie Gib lin. They were dressed in taffeta and white organdi. Initials of E. and E. were hung in the church. The bridegroom was supported by Mr. Trevor Knee. The relatives of the bride were re sponsible for the church decorations. During the signing of the register Miss J. Wearne sang 'My Prayer.' The Rev. J. Poole remarked upon the fact that Miss Ella Rust was the first child baptised' in this present church. A pleasing fact is that the bride's I father and mother were the last couple to be married in the old church, which is now the school hall. After the ceremony the reception was held in the Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts, where 90...
RADIO QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
n* itADIO QUESTIONS AND :*? ^ answers. ' ^Aa' yljfjlculties ai-e always being gpra^a'jn -?&&io sets and questions iM^keafas^AoWto ^overcome them, iili§IS^£i^6^hS'ie this radio ^^M^liaajp, c/o- The Broad I IWilluatord' Rd., Guildford, ^p^p^a through; this ff 'Bfl^0(e^KiVen seyersl questions ^^^P^een received, and the 2*|||||ipn;i 'Wh'nt causes my tubes s^^^Lipfitoietuues: tubes are mi
R.S. & S.I.L.A., GUILDFORD SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
R.S. & S.I.L.A., GUILDFORD SUB-BRANCH. The first 50 members are in sight. The hon. secretary has been notified that railway concession fares to Sydney (Anzac Day march) are for all, viz., A.I.F., ex-Imperial, other dominions or ex-ally, under author ity of the Hon. Premier, through the League's efforts. Show your discharge and register with the hon. secretary at once (members and non-members). jne oig signooara at (iuildlord station has been obtained by con tract with the Railway Department by this sub-branch. Next meeting, February 7th. Turn up. Ex-service men advt. in next issue of this paper. Wear your medal in Guildford.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
For your Dull Silk Wear see the supply at E. H. Line & Co. Kill Flies and Mosquitoes with FLY-NO-MOR. 1/3 bottle at Peter son's, Guildford t moMPmmm Large LUNCH WRAPS ? 3d. TOJLETIiqLLS ? 3 for Sid. CERIX WHEAT ? . 6Jd. pkt. KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES, ?:,?*': '^^.y.--r.: ' 6jd. and i/. WEATAli. BISCUITS . . , . 4J4. pkt WEETBIX ? 5d. and ©id. pkt. LUX TOILET SOAP . . 3 cakes Yji' Large BURNETS JELLIES, ?? / 4 pkts. %IM k1 MONSTER SAUCE . . 8£do%£- Large TOMATO SAUCE ^HJnEtL'' LUNCH SARDINES . . 5 for&ftH Larpe SARDINES ? 2 i vrjffSff [?] :- -v.-- ???' '; ? . ^ ? WEEKEND SPECIALS ^iTO'flMgK^agH ' ;V...:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
DEATH TO FLIES! MURDER TO MOSQUITOES! '?SLAZE' This Season's New Formula Fragrant Insect Spray Clears the House of Summer Pests 8d. and 1/3 PER BOTTLE W. O. T A A F F E M.P.S., Ph.C. CfaemUt & DruggU'i Tnl. UW9SS5 GUILDFORD FOR BETTER VISION Which means Better Health CONSULT C. McKENZIE, M.I.O. Optometrist & Optician Moxham Chambers, 147a CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA (over Henderson and Greggs) ft 47 McARTHUR ST., GUILDFORD Phone UW9179 OPTICIAN to 11m N«w Sooth Wain Education DtpartnMBt for U-» supply of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S GLASSES by Coatrmct. K. B. BOOK ECHANGE 233 WOODVILLE ROAD GRANVILLE VIN. K1ELY — M. BURKE Proprietors Merrylands Garage Opp. Picture Show Merrylands (J. Wayman, Prop.) WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH PRESSURE GREASING ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK RING UW 9801 FA1RPIELD. Robert C. Allen was arrested and charged with stealing a bike belong ing to Mr. Lewin. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined £3 and 6 days. Compensation...
AMONG THE ABORIGINALS OF NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935
i^JttONG THE ABORIGINALS OF ISPRTHERN QUEENSLAND. ??'At '.the. new Springfield Gospel Hall on Wednesday night an interesting '.iiS-Jr?5S was:d_elivered by Mr. R. H. Gates, ,a' inissionary to the aborigi nals. \ /To an interested congregation :lje.'.:spbke .of the establishment of a .mission : station at Doomadgee, neai ^urifetowh, among the neglected :abpj3g1nals of ' Northern Queensland, ijtndjVjijbiip-.'-the work progrcr.sed in j$p5t-j-:_jof ';many difficulties and draw jJl^.t'.rthp; ? same hall every Sunday, j^SfcjJay^and -Thursday nig-ht during J^irHary;' the^ well-known and much StS^eUfcd Evangelist, Mr. Fred Woods, ^^j'^jryt! ;? aiJdresscS on the Taber ?%^L0:_ illustrated by- a large model r^nft:-«diagVams.; These lectures are ^^^/larfdrJlO'cbHections will be taken. ^i-uhg'«hfistiaris. are t'specially in iifell: ??'? =