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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

RETURN TmNKS. j Miss A. Kenyon, of Merrylands, desires to thapk all kind friends who sent wreaths and sympathy caTds on the occasion of her recent sad be reavement. '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

NO MORE NETS 11 Keep Mosquitoes away with 44 FOREZE ' Mosquito Cream The Face Cream that Prevents! 1/- per bottle W. O. TAAFFE M.PJ5., Ph.C. Chemist & Druggist Tel. UW955S ? 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) A 47 McARTHUR ST., GUILDFORD Phone UW 9179 OPTICIAN to tha New South Walei Education Department for tha (apply of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S GLASSES bjr Contract. K. B. BOOK EXCHANGE 233 WOODVILLE ROAD SOUTH GRANVILLE VIN. KIELY — M. BURKE Proprietors Merrylands Garage Opp. Picture Show Merrylands (J, Wayman, Prop.) WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH PRESSURE GREASING ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED v#. PROMPTLY WE GUAWNTEE OUR WORK RING UW 9801

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLROYD COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

HOLROYD COUNCIL. A letter was received from the Local Government Department with refer ence to the Council's application for the purchase of tool? and materials in connection with proposed concrete footpath, kerbing and guttering con struction under the limcrgency Relief Schemc, intimating that approval has been given to an additional advancc of £1000. and it is regretted it is not pos sible to make the full amount of £6000 asked for available at the present time, but that consideration .will be given a further application by the Council on its merits at a later date. The above was also received from J)r. Fleck and Mr. Gullcn, M's.L.A. Messrs. G. Allan, A. McNeil, \V. Chamberlain and D. Palmer, with Aid. R. L. Tamplin, G. F. Tamplin and M. \Yaniock, had their names submitted to Holroyd. Council for their approval as members of the new local committee of . McCredie Park for (he ensuing term. . The Council approved. j . Mr. \V. 'H. McKay .'asked Holroyd ! Council if the' Soldiers' Clu...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO PROMOTE LOCAL CIVIC PRIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

TO PROMCtTB.tiQCAL CIVIC These are fefr:thing§ which improve . ihe appearanc£-?£ ^ home more than % well-kepi garden. -Besides giving pleasure to./ihe ownerj it improves ''.he appearanegfof the district and in creases the ;mpttey Value of the house. Mr. E. G. Williams, the Guildford newsagent, requested the local Hor ticultural society to run a competi tion for the best garden in the dis trict and offered to donate a priz.j. He has been informed that the so ciety appointed a committee to in vestigate the suggestion and that a member also offered to donate a prize. In order to give everybody a , chance one class will include houses below a medium value, the other those, above.. It is proposed to make three, visits and award mark;; at each, at four weeks interval com mencing about August. Those who employ professional gardeners are not to be eligible. We advise all who desire to see this competition held to leave their names with Mr, Williams, or, better still, drop a line to the sec ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

Oddments in Men's Shirts at E. H. Line & Co.'s — 10% off marked prices.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

| v City Prices. ;; CONCRETE BR1LUANTINE, I Keeps the hair put . . . . 6d. bot. PURE OLIVE OIL SOAP, ! lib. bars ? l/-i COLGATES COLD CREAM and LAVENDER SOAP .. S cake. l/-i COCOANUT OIL, large bot. . . 6d. MINORA and UNIC RAZOR BLADES, 5 for 6d. FANCY COMBS (in case), 3d., 4Jd., 6d. Peterson's Pharmacy GUILDFORD L. PETERSON CANLEY VALE ? M. J LAMBERT 244 WOODVILLE RD. (Corner Lansdowne Street) All GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL REQUISITES Keenest Prices. Give me a trial IVOR JAMES 242 WOODVILLE ROAD (Comer Lansdowne Street) HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Best Leather Used. Reasonable Prices T. R. RANKINS Licensed Electrician I 3 Chamberlain Rd.. Guildford, and Ware St., Fairfield All Electrical Repairs and Installations Phone UW 8163 The Time to Plant Seed Potatoes is now. NOTE THE PRICE: 71b. 1/-, 141b. 1/10, 281b. 3/6 Also see our Id Packets of Vegetable and Flower Seeds G- BELL 8 SON Produce and Fuel Merchant 291 GUILDFORD ROAD R. E. PETERS Merrylands Road (rear of Young's) Merryland...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

SURPRISE PARTY. A pleasant surprise party was ten- ; de red to Mrs. A. Adams at her -res!- . dence, York Street, Fairfield, on Fri- j -lay night 1st inst organised by Ted ! Norris and his old-time (Glee .Club, headed by Leo Kiely arid his 'well- known Palnsia Band, consisting, of the old favourites, Curly. Driver, Reg . Barry and good old Mack; the king of fiddlers, also Granville Bine Crosby.'.'! !Danc|w;.#i)ji j Community singing, in wmcV#v£ryii one joined in song, :4vfirei^^dereaj Mr. Alf Richardson, host of the evening/ put over several go;oo;,|3a|^pgs^ showed her old fonii Nelly Robertson was her' popular coon sppgftjtq dancing the good old ^/ca^ewajj^;^?!; which she was

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

NOW PLAY AS YOU PAY on Simpsons gradual easy payment sqheme — a small deposit and easy weekly repayments on all Rackets and Ristrings . The largest selection of Tennis Rackets in the Southern Districts at the lowest prices , Try our Sportsmaster Restring at 10/6 . Simpson's Radio and Sports Store Next Picture Show, MERRYLANDS RD., MERRYLANDS ALL CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED i. ? — ? ? 1 By Service We Grow The Best Way We Know. Merrylands Motors (E. W. VIVIAN, Prop.) MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS PHONE UW 8608 OIL 6/- PER GALLON ALL ACCESSORIES WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING, BATTERY CHARGING, GENERAL REPAIRS AND OVERHAULING ? WE SELL ALL CYCLE SUNDRIES ? _ ? MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE 132 MERRYLANDS RD. (near Station), MERRYLANDS TENNIS PLAYERS* INSPECT OUR NEW 1935 RANGE USE OUR 'PAY AS YOU PLAY' SYSTEM 2/- IN £ DEPOSIT AND 1/- IN £ PER WEEK CRICKET AND FISHING REQUISITES IN STOCK W. A. FAWBERT, Prop, (late of Alan Kippax) ^ TO THE WORKERS!! . Men's WORKING Boots. R8/11. 9/11, 10/9, 11...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABRA VALE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

CABRA VALE Last Thursday night a young man created some disturbance and dam age at the Cabra Vale Town Hall. He wrenched two palings off the fence and smashed the hood of a car as it stood in the street. Action may follow. Mr, Pickup, at Liverpool, gave a ruling in favour of Cabra Council in the matter of the employment of Ex Alderman Jacques. Meeting to-night, Thursday, 14th, 8 p.m. Back to Cabra Vale week, May 12th to 18th Sports Gymkhana, Eisteddfod, Carnival and Dance. The Committee of the 'Back to Cabra Vale' movement are : — President Mayor Cook; Secretary, Mr. Hewitt; Ass. Secretary, Aid. Max Huber; and Treasurer, Rev. A. H. Edwards. Cabramatta Chamber of Commerce meeting to-night at the Town Hall. A mission is being conducted in Cabramatta and Canly Vale Anglican Churches from Monday, February 25th, to Sunday, March 3rd, every week-day evening except Saturday. Mr. G. Bateman, Anthony Street, Smithfield is in Lidcombe Hospital. Mrs. E Wilcox, of Vine St. Fair field is a, pati...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

HOLROYD COUNCIL. I Applications to Build were received. I H. W. Lilley, Jnr., shop flat and dwelling, to cost £1600. G. C. Cameron, W.B, cottage, Pine Road, Yennora, £550. A. Frakes, new shop awnings, Merrylands Road, £50. The above were approved. Holroyd is going to take definite steps to remove 69 post awnings from the footpaths. The inspector recoinnicnds six months' notice, which, he says, would cause no un due hardship. Mr. T. Haigh, Holroyd Council In spector, considers that too many caution signs only render them use less. The proposed sign at the cor ner of Merrylands and Fowler Roads, and Burnet Street, would not be a benefit to anyone. He considered the centre light and traffic dome, sup plied by the Council, was all that was necessary to safeguard the travelling public. While assisting the Holroyd im pounding officer with some stray stock, about which there had been complaints, the Inspector informed Council that they were subjected to abuse, insult, and threats of person...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

LIVERPOOL. The Health Dept. has authorised the building of a women's ward on land adjoining the outpatients' dept. at Liverpool Hospital. The Liverpool Recreation Ground has been leased by the N.S.W. Hockey1 Association. Since the cheap week-end fares have started, many shopkeepers in Liverpool have been wondering how long it will be before shops will cease to exist there. More than £35,000 has been spent during the last 18 months on im provements to Liverpool Hospital. A- modern operating theatre has been installed, also an outpatients' dept., which cost £6000. Mr. M. S. -Moore, C.P.S., is now registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, which office is at the Court House, Liverpool. A hawker's van caught fire, in Scott St.; relief workers went to put out the fire but the -horse bolted. Stopped at the police station, the workers got water from a horse trough and ex tinguished the fire. Next ; Sunday, February 17th, the Liverpool Convent children will hold their annual picnic at Wall...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD-MERRYLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

HOLROYD-MERRYLAN DS. Holroyd's Morris truck got into a collision with a car in Pitt Street, on J^puary 25th. The insurance carried out the repairs. The Electrical Engineer of Holroyd reports that 270 low tension poles have been treated for rot, sapwood and white ants. Only 11 street lamps needed replacement. Mr. W. Clayton, asked Council for a street light at the culvert end of Smith Street. The Holroyd Council adopted the Mayor's recommendation to reducc domestic electricity from 7/6 to 5/-. In Holroyd, the outstanding' fees on sanitary services owing to Coun cil, .amount to £7992. Unpaid rates, £49,889. 2GB Happiness Club, Merrylands, are planning a dance in February, and a ball in April. Mi'. George Evans, of 'Parkview,' Montrose Avenue, Merrylands, has announced his engagement to Miss Ada Garside, Sixth Avenue, Clyde.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

TRICOLOUR GARAGE AT STATION. GUILDFORD HEDLEY D. THOMAS Service, Repairs and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Petrol, Oils and Accessories Stocked. For the CHOICEST QUALITY FRUIT, in Season Visit REG. GREENTREE Guildford's Leading Fruiterer 331 GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD Children Served with the Utmost Care and Attention Relief Orders Taken J. S. BALDWIN , _____ ? / Uracil i pim Mmi * 457 MERRYLANDS-M. MERRYLANDS. RIO-RITA Merrylands Road MERRYLANDS AGENTS FOR SARGENTS PIES, CAKES and PA S T R Y We Get Two Deliveries Daily BREAD! BREAD! BREADI BUT ONI, Y ONE Coleman's BREAD For Quality there is no equal RING UW 8586 and our cart will call WE DELIVER Carts daily to all parts of ? District

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

FAIRFIELD. Last week's storm swept the tem porary bridge at Tangerine Street away, but the Mayor states that owing to the concrete abutments of the new bridge being dry, they with stood the storm. Considerable damage was done to new metal on roads. It's the first time in the Mayor's experience of such a storm. Probably about 200 tons of metal were swept away. The lighting system fared better; it was | one of the only suburbs where the , equipment did not suffer. The Fairfield Tennis Association will commence their children's com petitions on March 2nd. The Baptist Mission hold Sunday services in the Golden Bell, Ware St. The Fairfield Citizens Band have j earned and collected £93 odd. Their ' two new instruments cost £110. They have been selected by the Citizens of Sydney Festival Week Committee to play. ?A

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YES, WE HAVE NO BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

YES, WE HAVE NO BATHS. A letter was received by Granville Council from the Local Government Dept., referring to the Government's agreement to lend the Council £16,750 for the construction of swimming baths and wanted to be advised of the present nosition. Parkes Council informed Granville that it would not be fair to then architect to forward any plans to any Council without his consent. Aid. Adams said Granville should adopt the plans they have already, and the matter should be finalised now and tenders called. Aid. McFarlane sup ported this, as he considered they should get on before the summer starts. Aid. Kay moved an amend ment that the Baths Committee con sider the matter first. Aid. Brophy supported the amendment. . He con sidered Granville could get better plans and competitive plans should be invited. The amendment was car ried and the Baths Committee will meet on February 20th. The Homes for Unemployed Trust asked Granville Council whether they had any objection to the sub...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD R.S. and S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

GUILDFORD R.S. and S.I.L.A. Anzac Day Railway Pass Forms are now with the Secretary for (members and non-members) all troops' service. You can register at Adams' Cake Shop. Six new members, and thanks to the good auspices of Mr. Nicholl, of the Regent Theatre, the stage room at the theatre has been allotted this Sub-branch for meetings free. , The Diggers' Board at the Railway is taking on shape, Member Clarke doing the work. This Sub-branch can supply trades men for work, -employ a digger. The' Digger's Rug was disposed of at our .meeting; won by Mr. A. Swift, Bolton St., Guildford. U.A.P. NEWS. On Tuesday, February 6th, at Can ning's Hall, the Guildford Branch of the U.A.P. held their u£ual mopthly meeting. W. T. Swift, Esq., presided. . At. the conclusion of general busi ness Mr. W. K. McConnell, M:A., ad dressed a large^rand interested audi ence. The speaker is not new to .Guildford, he having addressed many ?U.A.P. and public meetings here, and ;he has promised to address anoth...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAIRFIELD JUNIOR TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

FAIRFIELD JUNIOR TENNIS. A team of promising juniors from Ingleburn are to play a match against W. Alaric gents. Sunday morn ing team, on Halgarton Court, Fair field. on February 17th. These boys are all under the age of fifteen and show a remarkable knowledge of the game- for boys so young. A meeting oi the delegates of the Fairfield Tennis Association ' took place -in Wheatley's Buildings last night. A record entry for the winter competitions was received. The Fairfield junior tennis players are benefitting a great deal by the official coach of the Hardcourt Asso ciation, Mr. Kirkpatrick. A shopkeeper in the district made the statement that in all his shops the . first week-end the cheap fares started his takings dropped £35. An other shopkeeper saw 175 people leave Fairfield Station from 12 mid day Friday, till 3 p.in. Cyclonic weather of last week severely damaged the roundabout at Fairfield. The merry-go-round was ? wrecked and thrown . on to the foot- / paths. Horses and drivi...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GETTING NEARER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

GETTING NEARER. Granville residents, Mr. W. J. Willis and Mr.,B. Rae won the £5000 1st prize in the State Lottery last week. Mr. Anderson, patron of the Gran ville Sub-Branch R.S.S.I.L.A., is making them a presentation of two beautiful pictures of sailing boats. A sloppy mess existed in front of the Police Box at Guildford after the rain last week, and the footpath was a slippery, dangerous track, should anyone have urgently re quired the police. Rumour has it, however, that this nuisance will soon have attention,' also that the fences .on the side will be removed and garden seats set in. The other side of the line will be renovated at a later date, but . how much 'later', we cannot say. Mr. Glover, .of Woodstock Street, a Returned Soldier, is a patient in Liverpool Hospital. Mr. Small, also a Returned man, is dangerously ill. Mr. Gorick, of Rawson Road, Old Guildford, had a stroke recently, and is still under the doctor. Mrs. Linnett, of Cross St., Guild- ; ford, returned home from...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

GUILDFORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. The monthly meeting of the Guild { ford Chamber of Comnicrcc was held on Tuesday evening last, when two new members were admitted. It was decided to make new efforts to obtain flood lighting of shop win dows to brighten _thc appearance of the shopping centre a*t night. All shopkeepers are to be invited to attend a special meeting to discuss the matter of free 'bus fares to shoppers as was proposed previously. SMITHF1ELD. To-night, in the Literary Institute, the State A.LJ?. Branch, Smithfield, will hold -a sociql. . The. Diggers at Smithfield, hold their meetings in the Literary Insti tute. Mr. F; Bony is the Secretary. Mr. J. T. Martin told Granville Council that, after a lapse of many years, he was spending a month with a friend at Granville. He considered South Granville was a disgrace with no roads or footpaths, practically, and suggested the Park be looked after, and a loan of £50,000 = or £60,000 be raised to effect improve ments. He will be writ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

7 '?-/ ? ' ? '—- ? r- ? : ? I /Don't miss your Double Green Coupons. Sale Ends Sat 23rd / E-. it LINE &- Co. ??( ? Drapers and Mercers, Guildford ? ' | CHILDREN'S WEAR. FROCKS and BLOOMERS, of fadeless, best quality haircord. from 2/11. Bloomers, 6£d. pair. Strong School BLOOMERS ? . . . . . lljd. and 13 pair SCHOOL TIES, SOX, GLOVES, TRACED APRONS, etc., all at LINE'S LOW PRICES. FOR LADIES. Dull Silk BLOOMERS, best quality only. Usually 3 11. NOW 2 11 pair Also Dull Silk VESTS 2/6 and SLIPS ? 4/6 Extra Special HOSIERY, by Kayser. Usually 6, 1 1 . . NOW 5 11 Also other KAYSER, PRESTIGE and NU DAWN HOSE. CORSETS, BRASSIERES (all varieties) . GLOVES, Delightful DRESS LENGTHS, STRIPED BLAZERS, etc., all at Incomparable Prices. MEN AND BOYS' WEAR. SPECIAL.— Men's Striped FLANNEL TROUSERS. Usually 10 6. NOW 6 11 Bargains in SHIRTS, MACINTOSHES, BLAZERS. SILK AND WOOL SOX ? I 6 pair Also the Wonder Value — PURE FUR FELT HATS. Usually £1/1 ?'-. ' ? LINE'S OWN PRICE 11/6 each ? GEN...

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