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GUILDFORD SEWERAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

GUILDFORD SEWERAGE The Water Board, having considered Holroyd Council's request for sewerage for Guildford area, has replied stating . that, although it recognised the advis ability, funds were not available at pre terit, as the extension to Merrylandis called for prior consideration. .The Guild ford application, however; would be re viewed in due course. — The Information will be forwarded to the Chamber of Commerce.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAYING STOCK Extensive Damage in Holroyd Area [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

STRAYING STOCK Extensive Damage in Holroyd Area Following a complaint to Holroyd Coun cil, the inspcclcr reported that etraylng stock were on the Increase, and 29 had ! been impounded during the fortnight. Tile palms in Holdsworth-strcet had bsen ruined, although the residents who sup plied these palms had placed-fairly^trong cuarrfc arounrf f hrtn f\ASf. tt ec» had entered tlie public lavatory at Holroyd Town Hall, destroyed fence and wires, and on Monday the leaves of the palms in front of the Town Hal] had been eatenv There was a shortage of fodder, and the stock were almost starving. Council decided to employ a second impounding officer, and prosecute all offenders during the next month.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REQUESTS TO PREMIER Guildford U.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

SEQVjSSTS TO EREMJER-— . . CiilldfoTd^^P. ^ The Guildfoi^ ^iJranch bf ^lejtT.AJP. lia.s forwarded * l(^l?er-tdJ the Pretni^', Mr. B. S.^S{eveaas, requestng:* -i) TOt the Sfreferoice Act be extended to all' ^rash iex-Bervice men; (2) that all exlJstin^^rcls^ abbUsbed, especially «the -ftdlk'^iud:€ ; ? The regular ftnonttoly meetings of this branch -the?fii^We«lay4ii^each month) fire well «t^^^tand^nembers are talc* ing ^affairs. Much : the above ' ' The :ittj»^i3^-.#rtding ;'thelr victorv dance . Jfaitteifeiadtere' MemodaJ .'School cI v»^^^6wui^v^^^m'%onar of the re-tltWjoriSbf ttelr-candldate, Dr. C. C. ^£^;:^^.A'i;v ;i.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Retired Athletes WHO PUT ON WEIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

Retired Athletes WHO PUT ON WEIGHT One often notices- athletes Uho, on thedr retirement, have become very fat. This surprises many people, who remem ber their former leanness. The athlete, owing to h Is huge output of nervous and physical energy in the cold air. need- every ounce of power that his whole body can produce. A well-trained athlete has incroarcd his | percentage of red blood corpuscles. h&5 Improved the elimination of waste matter from his body, and has developed his heavt and lungs. In ether words, every bodily unit is functioning well. About 4000 calories of food pa* day if. necessary to satisfy his bodily requirements. An , inf^tivr male, however, can bs maintained with 2000 calorics *, day. CAUSE OF FAT Now fat is due to imperfect assimllia t'rn due either to body pol&ns, mal functioning of the endocrine glands k or excov-ive intake of food. The excess food the athlete consumes provides the energy *'hicb is required for his muscular activ ity. If cn r...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. Mr. Thomas Charters [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

OBITUARY. Mr. Thoma« Charters Mr. Thomas Chartens, of Inverell, died in Liverpool Hospital, on Saturday, July 13.' He was an Invalid for several years. The interment look place at Liverpool ccmetery last Monday, Deceased was brother-in-law to Mr. Greener, of Spring- I neld-^treet. Old Guildford. Mr. Campbell * I Mrs. J. Taylor, of Guildford -road, had - the misfortune to lose her father, Mr. Campbell, last Saturday, July 13. He parsed away at ParramatU Hospital, being a resident of Pendle Hill. Tho body was laid to rest in the Presbyterian portion of Rookwood ccmetery last Mon-» day. He leaves to tnoum his loss his feife and two daughters, Mrs. W. Barnett and Miss May Campbell. Mr. J. J. McDonogh The death took place on Saturday, of Mr. John Joseph McDonogh, of 219 Fowler road, Guildford.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holroyd Council MATTERS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

Holroyd Council MATT/ERS of interest There mas a full feathering ol Holroyd aldcj'men ai In n week's mcedni, -wiieii ^iin aoduaci. tc ma.ierr reported In -our last issue) h? following ware dsalt with: ?south Granville and Loftus Park Pro grcs ? Association wrc.s ®'!dnT if ilie council would eypcak- Wis work of vid enmg the traffic bvic^? in O'Neill-street. No action. Also requesting a concrete construction al:ng the fjstpalh in Mill i iioju nawKmcw-ra. to Guua ford-rd. — Referred lo uvcrscer. R. Dalej- requij.icd at ten: ion to entrance to Hcath-sl.. fi: m Rickard-r.t. He used nis car. in jjl« business daily, and had to to? out in wet wnathsr, which he considered not t.niy, clangorous, but er per.alvc. — Rolenr.a to uvcrs?er. Mrs. G. E. Ma hr.sjn a ':cd loa- construc tion cf concavc euncret^ 'jjUom in por tion cf drainage oas^ment adjacent tD tennis curl, she n cj-ir.ly m»c:cd In Chet ^?ynd-rd. She l'.ad i-ncicd tli? urual liigh fence, but many balls wvre ruined through being hit iJ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Flower Lovers GUILDFORD SOCIETY'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

Flower -Lovers GUILDFORD SOCIETY'S ANNUAL .'.MEETING. The annual' meeting of Guildford and District Horticultural Society was held on Monday night, with a very fair attend ance of members. Arrangements were completed for a dance at the end of the month, which promises to be an outstanding event. The secretary repotted tha-t 14 entries had been .received for the garden compe tition. The report and balance-sheet disclosed that the year had been a most satisfactory one. Arrangements are to be cnade to have lectures, on horticultural subjects at each monthly meeting, which It is hoped will be well attended by resident^ interested. As a mark of appreciation for their past services to the society, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norrie were elected life members. The following officers w$rc elected:— Patrons, Dr. C. C. Fleck, Dr. Hunt, Aid. Warnock (Mayor), Messrs. Williams and W. Mllligan; president, Mr. E. B. Bishop: vice-presidents, Messrs. Yates (senior v.p.), Hortcn and Blake; hon. secretary, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER S.D.F. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

SOCCER S.D.F. ASSOCIATION Results cf matches played on Saturday laft: — ' . A\l finm, final: Gui'-'fcrd Wander ers boat Mprn^^nds 4-1; St. John's Park , ?csT-j}h#5cld. FIXTUPFS FOR SATTTpDAV. JT11 V *-0 Ail Auc, FinM— St. John's Pa*-k « Onlld fj won''''rs, 3 p.m., to be plaj'ed cn Fairfield Park.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL I Rev. rMr. Mclntyre, late Presbyterian minister, was down frcm the country on o YlfJi to Sydney, -with hi£ wife and Stew a:t, last week. \ Mr. Gough. of Bolton-slreet, -is now bs^k in McEwan's. .?hop, after a seven days' bout with the prevailing epidemic. !)r. Hunt, operated on Jean Baxter, of Wingello-strecL. last week, and she is now 'well on 1he way to recovery. Mr. Wilson, senior - 86) » of Roseberry t read, who was recently operated on at Frinse Alfred Hor*-ital for ear afflictions, end had a fall whilst there, is now con valescent and fairly well. Mr. Richard Pawley. who suffered Ih a Tocent. motor bike accident, had to have his ann rc-brckcn. and set correctly. Bernard Sparkcs, who was injurea in tne same accident, is fn hor-Mtal. Fls oont'i'Jon is improving; but it will be 6ome time b-.'fore the full extent of his injuries becomcs known. Const n'jli) Maynard resumed duly last week, f).'' ?r having influenza. Mrs. Maud Gov;ld, of 52 Crdss-strect.' who teac...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATTRACTIVE TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

- ATTRACTIVE TENNIS On Sunday lari a tea jr. from Slaz°n gers, Ltia , visited McirylaJ^c? Pt.d played a Meri^lands team on P-enttlck's court. The match was arranged by Fawbat's sports store. He: I mean exactly whefc I say, Mabel I call a spade a s~-ad£. ShfVMavbe; biti you dont call a cjub * dub.' You call that working late at the office.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Induction Service. REV. A. J. DYER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

Induction Service. I REV. A. 3. DYER The induction service of Rev. A. J. Dyer as rector cf St. Mary's Church of Eng land, Guildford, on Thursday, July ll, was conducted by Archdeacon Beg bie. assisted by Reverend;. R. J. Hewitt i Church Mission Society), R. B. Robin sen i Heme Mission ^Society). A. C. Mos ley, G. P. Bale lAuburn, chapter clerk), A. Broadley -St. Jchn's Parramatta). H. W. Mullen: fGranvflle), A. P. Wade * St.. PuJ'.c, WenlAvorthville), A. H. Edward; (CabramaUa). J. Poole (Earlwood). In nls address to the congregation Archdeacon Begtole ^said it was not an i.vy thing to be a minister of the gor;j?l The church had been going hand in hnntj vi h the world, and many a man's mini' t eiy had rjeen spoiled by trying 1o plea*? the people He urged the church to re?ort tr ))rayer, hsal their dl\isions and bo at prstcc, b?ar cne ano'her's burdens, and si; fulQll the law. of Christ. Mr. Rchasi. warden, read tlic license: Rev. A. J. Oyer «rc:pondlng. PUBLJC WELCOME At lite conclus...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

MRS. E. SIMMS DRESSMAKER . All Classes of PJeattng and Hemstitching, Buttons Covered. - All Styles oI Mllltnery to Suit Your Frock, made to order. 285 GUILDFORD ROAD.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

1 .TO-NIGHT. (Tiiursdav) -and TO-MORROW_(Kriday) al I pm-W j two nights of JACK IIL'LBERT'S LAUGHTER-LADEN TRIUMPH. i J 'THE CAMELS ARE COMING:* ; Also Gertrude michael and i'aul cavanagii, in i ' 'MENACE.' I FRIDAY Only: SUi Episode of 'THE RED RIDER. ' ; This SAT., MON., TUES., JULY 207 227&1&3 EVENINGS at 8 o'clock, and at .SATURDAY MATINEE at 2 p.m. £ AT L. 1ST il'.s Hero — tJic Show you have been impatiently uaiti/Tg for;:! An Avalanche of song* and Comedy, Romance and Dancirig — on Absolute Riot cf Entertainment, - Sensational Supporting Fca tur,c at Every Screaon — Warner Brw. present their RED- BL^)Ol3ED AERLAL Sc-i^cATION, ' 'DEVIL DOGS OF THE AIR?' Starring JAMES CAGNEY and PAT O'BRIEN, :]\ The Fighting Stars of 'Here Comes the Navy.' i' Al:-j Special Added Short Subject: 'THE DREMENTOWN MUSICIANS'*-' -Ccmic Colour Cartoon) SENSATIONAL EXCLUSIVE SCOOP P Appearing at MATINEE ONLY. THIS SATURDAY, JULY 20—. V -4 Australia's Youiigest and Popular Radio Performe...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

CAREYS CITY- PRICE DRAPERS. Sale Now On BARGAINS in— PILLOW SLIPS pai irn SHEETING BLANKETS HOSIERY, etc. ; SALE TIME IS LAY-BYE TIME ! ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN. RED SPOT COUPONS GIVEN. MERRYLANDS Guildford Chamber of Commerce Announces Its Prize-Giving Competition. IN WHICH TIIE SHOPPING PUBLIC WILL BE ASKED TO TEST THEIR SKILL. The undermentioned Shopkeepers will, next and EVERY FRIDAY, Give a Numbered TJckct to Every Purchaser of Goods to the Value of 1/- or over. SHOPPERS will bo United to Test their Skill by Solving the SIMPLE PROBLEM which will appear in the Window of PATTEN'S, GROCERS, on FRIDAY. Write your Solution and Name on back of Tickct, and place In Box provided by all shops taking part in the schcme. Prizes of 10/- and 5/- 1 will be awarded to the FIRST and SECOND Correct or nearest Solu- : tlons drawn. NAMES of WINNERS will be announced in next Issue. Last trtiek's winners: Firnt, Mr. T -i-L Gui!dford-road, 549; Sccond . Mr. McNeice, Military-road, 553. Number, 549. SHO...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

Pay as You Wear Suits 4^ Special Easy Terms-' Suits to Measure £3/15/- 3/9 Deposit 3/9 Weekly £4/4/- 4/3 Deposit 4/3 Weekly £5/5- 5/3 Deposit 5/3 Weekly | £6/6/- 6/3 Deposit 6/3 Weekly Ladies' Costumes MAN - TAILORED TO MEASURE from £3/15/0 BRADLEY'S MERRYLANDS & LIVERPOOL. RIO RITA MERRYLANDS AGENT for— SARGENT'S TIES, CAKES AND PASTRY ? New Fruit Cake, 8 2-L ? ? .Jam Sponges, 8d. ? ? ? ? ? j YOU MUST NOT FAIL TO SEE THE NEW DE LUXE 'AEROLA' RADIOS ! THESE RADIOS ARE PRICED from „^s.x£10/19/6p~ p MM For a 5-Valve Radio housed in a Beau- 1 *.? Uful Floor M del * Cabinet. ffljjj 4 L JllWjH EvetV Set is Guaranteed and Serviced tj|£ , 1 1 ' ilMB Free for 12, months, and is Guaranteed jflij 1 FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION. R S 1 I I' 9f 11 All . 'AERO'CA' *%attios are *Built on flf j j 1 ^Kf^H the Premises and. are Designed to suit N| £ Jj Call in and Irepcct thesa Ullra-Modern MERRYLANDS RADIO STORE, 171 MERRYLANDS ItOAD . . ; ? MERRYLANDS You Mill be amazed at lb: Beautiful Tonc and...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JULY 19 and 20 BY SPECIAL REQUEST, A REPEAT SCREENING OF EDDIE CANTOR i SkTJ in Samuel coldwyn's ' production of ROMAN scandals mSm p with i ,, 71. ' & is#*** i 1 CARTOON. XftRTIST&A The BULLFIGHT.' SATURDAY MATINEE: Free Sweets MONDAY & TUESDAY, JULY 22 and 23 .A WONDERFUL PROGRAMME ! PICTURE^ Edna May Oliver ... James GJeason Also, Another, Marvellous Colored Cartoon— Old Spectacle Maker Wednesday Night, Vaudeville _____ - — - . ^ , '? Comi'ngi. 'Evelyn Prentice,' 'Old Curiosity ' Shop,' and Shirley Temple in 'Little Cploriel:*' . ' j | 1 ' 1 'Ti i ? ? ? t NURSE BROAD 30 MANCHESTER STREET, MERBYI.ANDS, CERTIFICATED. A.T.N.A. ?Phone .UW9400. Outdoor Cases in surrounding Districts. The^ BARGAIN Store AT STATION, GRANVILLE. rONy TLOUGH ? ? 30/ FEED CUTTER ? 15/ INOUBATOR. large ? 50/ Foeders, Cyclc, Prams, Playground. M. J. LAMBERT, 24J WOODVILLE ROAD. PLEZALL (Scone Mixture) ... Sid pkt. ' DATES, Fresh ? 6d lb. ? CHEESE SAVOURY ,, ?...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

? ? TAXIS AND t'rivate Hire Cari. E. DEVESON, Merrylands Phone: UW9693

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

William Metcalfe & Co. - XMTEB FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 117 CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. MV 8837 and WW 8838. FUNERALS OONpUCTO) AT IX) WEST RATES. WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH ANY CITI FIRM. . 0

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

MCDONALD'S FOR VALUE!! NOT Better than the Best; BUT BETTER TI1AX TIIK REST. Fleecy-Lined UNDERPANTS .. 2 II Ladies' Silk and Wool Hose from I 'll Fleecy-Lined SINGLETS ? 2 6 Bfys' Flii:ncletr.e Pyjamas from 2 11 CASHMERE SOCKS ? 16 Pr. 1 Boys' Serge Trousers from ? 2 0 A Large Range of TIES from ... 13: BERETS ? 1 111 GUILDFORD'S Cll'V-PttlCr MERCERS & DRAPERS. S.C.R. COUPONS.. LAY-BYES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED. ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, '? J AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. J. MEALIA, Prnprlftdr. Vl'MARD STREET ? ? ? GUILDFORD DONT HER WITH YOUR CAR! MERRYLANDS GARAGE Opposite Picture Show, ARE SPECIALISTS *. (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) SPECIALISE IN Hlfl H-I'RESSUKE GREASING. AI.L MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. RING UW98CL BY SERVICE WE GROW ? THE BEST WAY WE KNOW. Merrylands Motors (E. W. VIVIAN, Proprietor) 172 Merr...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 July 1935

SCHOOL PASES, ATTACHE CASES, SLIT CASES, ill full raises to Suit Everybody, from Cd. — ? — — -?» G U I LP FOR D NEWSAGENCY. I FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. SWEETKAM, Proprietor j SERVICE WORK EX ECU TED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE , PHONE: UW9U2 I Gottaffe ARE Kitchen AuLa#i Made V#WlJW Obtainable only at 350 iGuildford Road eaMPBELL'S mercery and shoe store {OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) GUARD ' AGAINST WE 'FLU : KEEP OUT THE COLD. -THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS : Gent'S Heavyweight Pyjarnas, for Men and O.S.. Men, 4/11, 5/C. G/ll Suit Men's Hedv-y Flee^y Ut^erweaJ', Shirts and Pant?, 3G to 44 .. 2/11 and 3/0 Gent's Black and White Oxford Shirts 14£ to 17, for .. .. .. /. .. .. 2/G Boys' Sweaters In Pure Wool, in all sizes 22in. to 32 ? from 3/11 v . See the Bargain* In Gent's Pullovers in All-Wcol. from .. .. 8'G to 25' Gent.'s Strong Working Trousers, well mode for har...

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