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Victory Social Guildford U.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

Victory Social I Guildford U.A.P. I The Guildford branch and Yountcr ° ' held their victory social on Saturday, July 20, in the School cf Arts, there being an attendance of over 140. During the evening the president of the State Electoral Conference, Mr. W. T. Swift, in welcoming and introducing Dr. C. C. Fleok, M.L-A., said the people of Granville, havine had such fine services from the Doctor, had returned him to parliament for another term. Miss Ivy Loundes then presented Mrs. Fleck with a beautiful basket cf flowers and fruit. Dr. Fleck, in returning thanks, said that many were, no doubt, pleased at his return to parliament; as a matter of fact he was very pleased himself at his return. It had been said that he was right for three years again, but he wanted it made clear that he found delight in helping the people of all parties, and would continue to do his best for all. 'I p m verv oleascd to be -prer-?nt with you at Guildford, and I and my wife liavq always looked forward tc ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fashions from Stars [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

Fashions from , Stars i When it comes to clever wardrobe in ventions — call in June Knigh!t, Metrq Goldwyn-Mayer featured player. With two silver fox ekins June can create a cape that would strike envy in the heart of the cleverest furrier. June fastens the two heads together, by means of tlie moiith clips. These she wears directly under her chin, throwing the ends over her shfciilderc. The skim are then crossed in the back, brought around to the front and tied in place by the feet. Tlie result is unusually smart and decidedly prac tical ! June Knight's latest acquisition as one I of the smarter*, play suite to appear In many a ray. it is fashioned of navy I lightweight 'woollen and tie silk. The I blouse and shorts ore in silk, -with collars j and cuffs of wool trimmed in red, wliite and blue .r-ilk braid, and an embroidered anchor motif. The silk is white, barred with red and blue lints. Over this is ?worn a smart, hip-length tailored Jacket in :.he navy blue vicllen. topping a .w...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mr. Leo Brien, manager of Parramatta branch of Mrs. p. Kirby and Son, Ltd., leading funeral directors, has lately had a succcssful operation on an old leg injury. He has now returned ,to up duties. Rev. A. J. Dyer solemnised the first wedding since his induction at St. Anh's Church cf England. Merrylands, last week. Mr. Roy Davies, returned toldier. px-45 Battalion, luus taken by ambulance from his home, Chetwynd-road, to the Diggers' ? heme, Randwick Ho: pilal. on Friday last. Mrs. Teague, 9G, of Chctwynd-road, passed away on Frday last. Mr. A. Baber. Guildford Fire Station officer, is away at Newcmle and C^s ^ick. with his family. eJ.'io\1ng a fort . night's annual leave. Mr. M. Page, a late resident, of Merrj' lands, has returned aaaln to the district from Gilgandra. NS.W. Mr. Sam Rutherford, carctakrr of the Soldiers* Memorial School of Arts, has been off duty with a severe cold. Mr. Maurice Pollett. of Station-street, was taken by thfi atrbulance to hospital ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

? ? ?' ~ CAREYS ^ LAST WEEK OF SALE^ 4 Unbleached Calico, 36in., Pure Quality. Sale, 6d yard, 5/6 doz. Pure White Calico, 36in., linen finish . . . 7|d yard, 7/6 doz. Unbleached Sheeting, Pure, 54in., Il^d; 80 in., 1/4^- yard Unbleached Sheeting, Carey's Famous Quality, 3 years' Guarantee, Plain and Twill, 54in l/7£ 70in. 109, 80in. 1/1 1 2 yard. Pillow Slips, Pure and Heavy, Sale; 7|d, 8id, 9$d, lO^d ea. Ready-made Unbleached Sheets, single bed .. .. 4/11 pair White Towels, extra large and heavy, 'usual 1/1 1-|. Sale, 1/6| each. Laconia Blankets, 12 years' Guarantee, double bed 36/-, Extra Large ? 45/- pair. Lay-bye Now. All Cash Ord ers Accepted. Red Spot Coupons MERRYLANDS and FAIRFIELD, Guildford Chamber of Commerce Announces Its Prize-Giving Competition. IN WHICH THE SHOPPING PUBLIC WILL BE ASKED TO TEST THEIR SKILL. The undermentioned Shopkeepers will, next and EVERY FRIDAY, Give a Numbered Ticket to Every Purchaser oi Goods to the Value of 1/- or over. SHOPPERS will be Invite...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

Wcndcrlul Assortment Children's Hand^' kcTchlefe . In Carton, 6 for Ujd, at E.JU. |jin» and Co, Guildford. ' j WNTERn^fCI^S. y American Fruit Pies, ^id P^t( - Steamed . Puddings, 3 flavors. 6&d pkt Eakr-d Beans . . ... . '3 Tins -or il'Jd I Bouds— Tomato. Celerv . and Vegetable—1 - 4W Tin. . v : I* Soups — Blue Bowi. 6 -Plates, 4kd pkt.. M. J. LAMBERT, . MURIEL BAXTER, f FLOSI5T ^(vEDDING BOUQUETS & ' WTfcEATHS. All Work of . the Highest Standard in Floral Art. *; 5 WENGELLO ST. GUILDFORD. .Telephone UVV9747/ haddon s ; [ ? Tfife-- ' ' j ' j6piM-W-Eb. ThoiwjSJSSW®. j.-..'- / ORDERS . DBXJVERED. ' *i ?' 1 ' 1:';' ^ I' 8 ^MTXON STREET, GpmDiFOfU^^ j ' ' ' Wblh-t»JMk: IBbniEDIVI, I . I v-V' . BUTTON'S COVERED, DRESSMAKING. * [ : ALL WORK PROMPTLY'TONE. I , DONTT-RISKfvSu^E^^ vf' *'f'^0 ADVERTISE YOCE SOCIAL AND ft . OTHEK FUNCTIONS' « / , ? THE COST IB SMALL— TBE CAW ,£\ , IS LABOEj Vi', '? Always remember r'Tht Broadcaster ; J ? , t»M Jnio the ? yoar tavltaUon lo every...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

A GOOD BOOK — CHEAP! THE SATURDAY EVENING POST is REDUCED to SIXPENCE. This is wonderful value, more especially so when it is remembered that all story writers aim at getting on this pubic- tion's pay list. The Saturday Evening Post pays the most for its co^y cf any paper in th*' world. The The illustrations are all that can be desired, and the cover al'tfie is often 'tf'Tth .more. than the, price of the book. Read the best — have a copy delivered with your morning paper and don't idelay. The dcimand is going be great. , GUILDFORD NEWSAGENC Y. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 Guildford road f R. SWEETNAM, Proprietor SERVICE WORK -EXECUTED PROMPTLY. v ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTE t- FREE PHONE: UW9112 ( Soilage ARE Kitchen ?? Mi i*at{es OBfAINABLE ONLY AT 350 Guildford Road (gftMPBELL'S y MERCERY AND SHOE. STORE . (OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) (itlABb AGAINST THE 'FLU : KEEP OUT THE COLU. . . THIS WE...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

W-- ? Would You /? 9 Like AO ? SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 27 ENTE R OUR GUESSING COMPETITION. ! Guess how many Peat art in the bottle on show in the window j at the Tilpa * Tea Room. The Bottle will be in the Theatre ! vestibule on SATURDAY NIGHT First Prize, an Open Order for £5 Tickets on SALE All the Week. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A WONDER PROGRAMME ! I tkdi ?w&MmL V. - IIS PAY WAS EROWSH T«^£0« BIT NOT EHOIfiH .At*N:«rt«*HAtT ' . f v OIEN BOLES , / . ,\frt i J --cph Engel , ' -rjOnW i MugtMmtilll ~l NEWS REEL. . CARTOON. J MONDAY & TUESDAY, JULY 29 & 30 'Tlie Old I: ' Curiosity Shop' ^ J And CHESTER j^ORRIS in his Finest Picture, V. .. |rverj^eii Around' SPECIAL SCHOOL MATINEE, TUESDAY, 30th. j; . Coming^. Saturdajr, August 3, at Matinee— p A SHIRtEY TEftJPLE COMPETITION: Hp.V\ ?. . ,v - f .First Pme .10/6^ and Five Large NURSE BROAD S6 MANCHESTER STREET, f merrylands, f CERTIFICATED. A.T.NA. V ?Phone UW9400. Outdoor Cases in Surrounding i - Districts. j 'The' BARGA...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY SCOUTS INTERESTING GROUP CEREMONY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

BOY SCOUTS I | INTERESTING GROUP CEREMONY The 1st Guildford Group held a very interesting ctremcny in u'leir clubrooji last Thursday evening. It took the foim oi 'going-up' ceremony, where Wolf Cubs irom their pack were o-anrfcrred in;o the Boy Scouts troop. Cuj Greg Patmen (the grandson of Mr. and Mis. MiHigan, who donated the Scouts' flag and Cubs' toiem pole), and Cub. Alan Banlow (son cf Mr. and Mrs. Banlow, ^VoodWlle-road ) were the twe who were honored by being the first to be transferred into Boy Scout scctlcn. Mr. Williamr, Q5.M., assisted by Misses Williaims and Rose, A.C.M's., and all Wolf Cubs, gave the grand howl for the last time wi.h Cubs Patmen and Banlow, after which the two went around every Cub and shook hands with them, receiving best wishes from each. Mr. Williams then introduced them to Mr. Christiansen, AJS.M., and before cros sing over Mr. Williams gave the boys a few .words cf advice. At this stage the Wolf Cub pack were asked to retire while the remainder of...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOUSE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

HOUSE PARTY ' T The last of-', a series of house parties, * nt 13 Warwick) road, Merrylands was a huge success, forty odftjbeSfe present . The jcuslc was good, and, games were en Joyed toy old, and young. The prtoewln nera were: Electric ..reading ?Jaam.'Mj- ButTCffl-s; cap. Mr. T. Bo»; balloon*, Mr! Burrows: ' honyemoon race, Mr. Hicfcson ? and -Miss ? Hennessey; Mofitc, Carlo, jj,. ? Burrows and Mia Hennessey.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRADE CHESS Merrylands-Guildford v Metropolitan I [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

GRADE CHESS 1 Mrrrylands-Guildford v Metropolitan 1 j Merrylands, by defeating Metron. .1 by \ 51 games to li. have strengthened their f position as leaders in the C grade com petition. They have new rcored. 223 points, their 'nearest rival being -Cahter- buiy-3ankstown, with a total of 17 points. Scores are as follows:— Merrylands: W. Morris 0. W. Pink 1, R. pgden I, C. Anstcy 1. F. Deem 1, A. Merlino 1. T. Merlino 1: total 5^. MeU-iqj. 1: Howard 1. Smith 0. Mc LaughJan 1. Byatt 0, Sanders 0, Olscn 0. I Blackwell 0; total U. A friendly match with the Homebush Chess Club, to be played on Monday, th° 2lihv,at Merr\'lands School of Arts, will provide excellent practice for the , n^xt grade match against St. George 1, which will be played on Wednesday, 31st, at Merrylands.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loftus Park CHURCH SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

LoftuS Park CHURCH SOCIAL Loftus Park Church of Christ held a social gathering on Saturday evening, July 20. Christian Endfiavourere and parents, to the number cf si had a song service around the organ. Mr. Whalan acted as M.C., and Mr. Don Warren as song loader. A recitation was! given by Mis. Laanont, and the party indulged In games arid refreshments. Prizes and booby (prizes were v&n by U*e /oifewiny . \ R. Kimpton, Ena 36fvss4ahd Meidamts ' Crcfts end Lamnt.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C. OF E. 11th ANNIVERSARY St. Thomas' Church of England [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

C. OF E. Uth ANNIVERSARY I St. Thomas' Church of England Special services were held on Sunday. July 21, to mark the 11th anniversary of the laying. of the foundation stone of St. J Thomas', Church, South Granville/ j . Morning service was taken by Mr. Efczv. I agisted by Mr, Goodman, who gave the address. Special thanksgiving service was held at 3 p.m., when Rev. C. S. Fleck, rector cf Canterbury, gave the address. Mr. Grorvehor was at the organ, and played 'The Ixrt Chord.' and the choir rendered the anthem 'The Strarteer of Galilee.' i Miss Fairfax rendered the solo, 'Open * the Gates of the Temple.' At 5 p.m. the Fellowship tea took place. Among those ©resent were members from the Hornsby branch. Rev. F. A. Walton was the noeaker, and he also oreached at the evening service, when eighteen mem bers wer* admitted Into -h« St. Thomas' bmnch of the 'C. of|E. Fellowship of Aus tralia.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS CYCLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

MERRYLANDS CYCLE CLUB Idle above club held a road race on Saturday, 20th. the distance foeing 25 miles, to the Crcrs-roads and back, and the following were the winners: — F. Lewis j, p. Fears '2, B. Goughi 3; JR. Deveson fastest time (lh. Cm. 57s.). The race wa« for a silver euro donated by W. A. Fawbert, esq., sjxxrts depot, Merrylands, and was run as the -Fawbert Cup.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION. Jacobs B Grade Competition Table [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

VIGORO. I GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION. Jacobs B Grade Competition Table P. L. W. D. Fl.B. Pts. Holroyd ? 4040 0 1 16 Werriwa ? 4 12 1 0 1 10 Jolly GirU ? 4 11111 9 Robins ? 4 3 1 0 0 1 5 Silver Star ? 4 4 0 0.0 1 0 Saturday's results — Holroyd, 40 and 50 (total 90- defeated Jolly Girls, SO and 35 (total 85),, by 5 run?. Werriwa 153 de feated Silver Star, 55 and 59 (total 114' by ah innings tend 39 runs. Robins, by?. The draw and umpires for Saturday, July 27, in the first round in 'Sam Lands' challenge cup are as follow: — Holroyd v Robins -(McCall and Reus), Jolly Girls v Werriwa (Gordon and Hughes), Silver Star a bye. Conynenis on Results Werriwa Club 'bolted' on Saturday against GUver Star; It may be that the vtce-cajrixiin, M. Simmons, felt a little nervous owing to their captain (Mrs. Smith) toeing absent. Marjorle's Instruc tions to tbe girls carried their Innings to 153, N. Fawbert was Werrlwa's outstand ing bat, with a fine score of 57, She now leads In the Umpires...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

/ i 'i - TAXIS AND frivate Hiire Car& E. DEVESON, Merrylands Phone: IAV9693 ;

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

I William Metcalfe & Co. ! / LIMITED I FUNERAL DIRECTORS, j 117 CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. | UW 8837. and. UW 8838. j funerals conducted at lowest ; I RATES. , j WE HAVE NO CONNECTl6N WITH | j ANY CITY FIRM. , j

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

Kayser Hoslry, ajways^E. II. Line and j Co., Guildford, can sapply you. / MRS. E; SIMMS / DRESSMAKER J All Classes of Pleating and Hemstitching. Buttons Coyered. An Styles of Millinery to Suit Your Frock, m&dc to order. 285 GUILDFORD ROAD. R. E. PETERS r . MERRYfcjUJps ROAD (Rear ol Youngs), MERRYLANDS. THE OlrtOWAL trcENSH) PLUMBER GASFITTEB ftBd DRAINER Established 20 Years. ' Estimates tree.. All Work Guaranteed. SaiUtary \Vork a Speciality. PHONE: TJW8464. Merrylahds Friiit Palace/ 184 MERRYLANDS ROAD. -*/ try us , for X fair deal. Choice Local Caullflorwei^ and Cabbage. | The BEST FRUIT at a LOW PRICE. RELIEF ORDERS ACCEPTED. T. MERLtNO. Proprietor, 1 . ' ' T HIGHER QUA LIT Y ! V 1 if l/XTil O LOWER PRICES!! : A * ? ? !v C^MedalMilk .. .. 7£d tin BakwiBeaiu ..... 3 tins 8jd JkmravilleCocoa . . . fi^d tin Ft^i^ J^Iitchei . . . . S^d doz. ? Plain Kjc^tt i. . ...' 6d lb. , WEjE^-BID SPECIALS _ -i J' : LARGE RASPBERRY. JAM j. ? . . 9£d tin LOOSE OATMEAL .. .. ? ? .. 2 lbs. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

| LEADERS tk MEN'S WEAR I MAKING ROOM tor NEW STOCK BMRTC from . . ? ? 2/11 MEN'S BELTS from ? 1/- Good Quality Men's PYJAMAS, 4 3 Boys' Tw-J-Plece PYJAMAS from p/ll SPECIAL ! SPECIAL ! A FEW ODD SIZES IN CHILDREN'S WINTER COATS, fuil lined From 6/11. McDONALD'S GUILDFORD'S CITY-PRICE MERCERS & DRAPERS. S.C.R. COUPONS.. LAY-BYES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED. !!! ? DE-LUXE — — !M PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THteATRE PARTIES AND TOUH8, And all clashes of private' hire. Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. , ' J. MEALIA, Proprietor. WYNYARD STREET ? ...... . .. . GPILDFORD DON'T TINKER WifH YOUR CAR ,-x Merrylands Garage'^ Opposite Picture Show, ARE SPECIALISTS ? \VE SPECIALISE IN BIG H-PRESSUKE greasing. ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) RING UW9811. ? ? - ~ ^ - ? L BY SERVICE WE GROW — - T / THE BIST WAY WE KNOW. ^ Merrylands Motors -E. W, ViyiAN, Proprietor) ^ 1 72 Merrylahds Ro^id; M...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

TENNIS I GAMBHtLL CUt- ASSOCIATION I C Grade— Dlv. r. Boronla H 6/49 d. Claromont 3/38; Yithan Jun, X S/54 d. Cheerio 0/29. Dlv. 2: Delmonte ,5/42 d. Edenlea 4 33; Coolah I 9/$4 d. Rainbow n 0/22; Boronia I 9/54 d. Baltimore 0/18. Dlv. 3: Belmont 8/51 d.' Bodean n 1/28; The Laurels 6/46 d. Laftus 3/40; Merry ville. 7/50 d. Yithan Jun. n 2/30. Novice — The Niven. 8/52 d. Delmonte 1/14; Merryville 5/42 d. Loft-Us 4/38; Laurel- 6/48 d. Edenlea 3/84; The Coral 5/48 d. Belmont 4/30. Semi-finals Sunday Morning Gent's. — Bormla 6/41 d. Coolah 2/31; Bodean 1 6/46 d. Edenlea 2/31. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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