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Those 'Sanitary' Sheds Complainant Again Writes Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

Those 'Sanitary' Sheds Complainant Again. Writes Council. James Leigo again wrote to Holroyd Council concerning the smell from tne sanitary contractor's waggon sheds. The reply of the Metropolitan Medical Officer of Health did .not satisfy him, he said, nor remove the cause f of complaint. Tne fil!hv smell still frot intn hie hrmsp at. night. He was not arguing as to whether the smell wa.s from a disinfectant or deordorant; he only knew that he got a vile smell he should not get: and he JocJced to council to move in the matter, as ccuncil was responsible for the vehicles being stored beside his house. The Mayor said he had suggested an independent person to inspect, and Mr. Leigo had said tliat only the removal would satisfy hJm . Council appointed-* committee of four to go into the matter with complainant and contractor. Aid. Warnock, Styles, R. L. Tamplin, Barry and Maunder were chosen by the mover (Aid. Barry) as having the best noses.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

COMING EVENTS (Two lines, 6d per insertion; four insertions, 1/6) Merrylands Methodist Oiiurch Bar-aar, October 11-11. All Welcome. NEXT Meeting Gul'ilibrd S-B. League, at the Memorial School cf Arts, 8 p.m. J TUure,, 1st lnst..M. McNaught, hon.V secretary.' ? 4 '3 BATTALION, D. MACHINE , GUN COY. / DANCE V' ''will be held In the DRILL HALL, MERRYLANDS. Sat., August 3, J 935 GOOD ORCHESTRA. ? REFRESHMENTS. ADMISSION : ONE SHILLING ' S 1 DONT MISS the DIGGERS' DANCE R.S. & S.I.L.A.. GUILDFORD n SUB-BRANCH, / THIS RATUROAY. AUOUST » / MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARffS/ 8 to 12, as usual. 'The Dances of the Season.' TICKETS : ONE SHILLING. ROY BRENT, M.C. M. McNAUGHT, Hon'. Sec. A GRAND CONCERT In aid .of THE R.S.P.C.A. At REGENT PICTURE THEATRE, GUILDFORD. . Sunday, August 4/ at 3 p.m. ** \s VISITING ARTISTS. SILVER COIN COLLECTION . MRS. T. H. WILLIAMS, Organised. FOR SALE FOR SALE, Blockwood 1/6 cwt., 6/6 quarter, -12/ half Mm, 22/ ton. Coat 2/ cwt. ooke 1/6 bag. STAN BUGGY, 02 Cros£...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

MJETHODIST GIRLS COMRADES, GUILDFORD EXHIBITION Of FANCVWORK. and COOKING COMPETITION, will be held on TUESDAY* AUGUST 6. 1935. In METHODIST CHURCH, Guildford, Official Opening at 3 pjn. by Mrs. Poole. GOOD CONCERT at 8 pjn. Admission by programme, *6d. THE IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA J Plays in GUILDFORD, AUG. 1?, f At the GuUdford and . District / Hortlcnltural Society's \-J DANCE In the MASONIC HALL at I pjn. Crazy Clock and other Competitions. Free Prizes l?r PersonaJlty Barn Dance. You are Invited to the LECTURE ROSES, Regent 'Hall at 8.30 p.m. Aug. 19. A. O. ROTHERY Hon. Sec. GUILDFORD AND QISTMCT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Next SOCIAL DANCE MASONIC HAIL, GUILDFORD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 'A LECTURE on 'ROSES' bv Mr. H.J. Thompson, in. Regent Hall, Gulltjfard, MONDAY. AUGUST 19, at 8.30' p.m. . sharp. Non-members ? invited.. . ?' !: ?' Annua} Subscriptions for 1035/8 fjiow ? t -lUe. — ' A, G. ROTHERY,. Hon.vSec. * LADIES' AUX..B.S. & Bft.L.A. / MEKRYLANDS BRANOH, /' Are IniMttng ;tfc...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

Lidcombe LAUNDR^ UX7509. / UOCAL * AGENT— V N. R. BAILEY, Seedsman, 197 Merrylands Road, MERRYLANDS 'Opposite Cinema) SUXTTS Cl:pred and Pressed at City Prices. SHIRTS &? COLLARS a Speciality. BLANKETS Returned T.rp-g NEW. TRY our Bag Wash, or Family Wastt. at Cfieap Rates. ' FOR THE Choicest Quality Fruit f - IN SEASON . . ~ / VISIT \j REG. GREENTREE GUILDFORD'S LEADING FRUITERER j 331 GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFORD. Children Served wltii the Ofcmust Care ana Attention, - I Relier Orders. Ta&en. S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN ' H. MERVYN SYMONDS, LL.B. , SOLICITOR AND '-CONrajrANpER, / 18 'oB»HGE'ST..PARRAMATTA / (next to Courthouse) . . V 'Phone %W8662L Private Address: ,44 ^toqntford Avenue, '.-OulldfOKil: V. , Missies D. and Wit Je / ? ' ' '-I

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

| Outstanding . Bargains^ in Shirts at I E. H. LINE and Co's. GREAT WINTER SALE COAT SHIRTS, Boned Collars, Double Yolk, in Brov.n, Blue and Pawn cheeks and Stripes. Usually 4/11. SALE PRICE. 2 1U. Other COAT SHIRTS. Usually 7.11 ? SALE PRICE 6/11 SPUN SILK COAT SHIRTS, Boned Collars. Usually 8 11. SALE PRICE hill Bt mb?rg Silk GOLF SHIRTS, 2 Collars to match. Fashionable Stripes, Usually 10/6. OUR PRICE 7/11. Also GOLF SHIRTS. Reduced from 5 11 and 6 11 to ? 3 11 ' ' VELTEX FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS. Usually J] 6 .. .. OUR PRICE 7/11 These Garments are Guaranteed. Better Value cannot be obtained elsewhere. SCHOOL TUNICS AND BLOUSES. At 'Linesown' Low Prices. ? TUNICS of Fadeless Unflax, from 3/9 each , BLOUSES' of Strong Cotton Fuji ... 2/6 each SCHOOL BLAZERS, usually 5/ 1 \ and 6/ 1 1 . Sale Price, 5/9. LADIES *? SATIN BLOUSES, Pink, White and Fawn, only ? 2/6 each LADIES' 6PORTS FROCKS of Spun silk, in White, Lemon and Pink/' sold , elsewhere 12/6. OUR PRICE from 6/11 each ! PILLOW SL...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARY STREET, GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

MARY STREET. GUILDFORD. In a communication to Holroyd Coun cil. South Gramille and Loflus prfrk Progress Association requested an extra light in Mary-st.. between Cecil-st. and Roseberry-rd. — Held* over. F. M. Nawell wrote drawing attention Jo the state of the street. — The street is being drained: but the aldermen will again Inspect it.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAUTION SIGN AT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

CAUTIQN SIGN AT SCHOOL Guildford P. and C. Association, wit ing to Holroyd Council, stated that the caution sign outside school in Military road, was of little value in its present position, and suggested that it be placed on the .other side of the bridge at the water pipes,- corner of Military and Tren ton roads. It is stated that vehicles irom the Fairfield side were not aware of the sign until they actually reached It. — It was decided to ask the police to have this matter attended to, and erect a new sign in the spot suggested.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mrs. W. Hughes, ol Hawks view-road, Guildford, met with an accident at her tome last week, fracturing two ribs, and had to receive medical attention. - Four Methodist girls (t»wo Rays and two Comrades), from Guildford, form ed a ' guard of honor to Queen - Salote Tubou, D.B.E., of Tonga, who ar rived bv the Mfirflmn lflKt\ Tupsrfav nnH will be welcomed in Sydney Town Hall to-nighfc, at a p.m. i'lhe queoi Is on her way to attend the Victorian Method ist Centenary. To-morrow i Friday) at 2.30 p.m., she will welcomed by tlie Methodist .Women's Federation, in the Blaxland Galleries. Mrs. Robert^ mother of Rev. a. u. Roberts, late Methodist minister at Guild ford, passed away at Auburn on July 17, at the great age of 99 years. Aid. Geo. Tamplin, of Clement-street. Is having his. residence thoroughly reno vated. Mrs. BursUl - senior), of Bursill-street, has Just recovered frontier illness, .which was at one time serious. Miss Edle Copron, late of Fowlers- roaa. has been...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RADIO WINNER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

RADIO WINNER At the 2SM radio competition on July ?G, Mr. Charles May, of Parramatta. \va« the winner. Mr. May is from the studio of Mr. James H. Gibb. Harris Park. Dcn't trv to be h?ppy. Happing ls a fhv nymph, and if you chase her ynu will never catch her: but juet gf» nuirtly on in the wav cf dutv and she will ccene to you. — Eliphalet Nott.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD FUNERAL FUND Successful Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

GUILDTORD FUNERAL FUND Successful Dance On Saturday night last, July 27, the first of the monthly scries of dances, in aid of the Guildford F*uneral F\ind, was held dn the Assembly Hall, and proved u success, both socially and financially. Mr. R. Brent was M.C.. and kept the dancers on the go, to the splendid music of the ©yucupa-iere oicneaia. Tne committee provided a very generous supijlv of re freshments. Prizes were won by Mrs. Messeuir, Mr?. B. Bennett, Mr. F. Irwin and Mr. J. Smart. Wbtcli fcr the date cf the next dance, and ccnic along— a good time is asrured. Unending members are asked to get in touch with the sec retary. Mr. W. Mclver, of The Esplanade, Guildford .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING MCLAUGHLIN—PIKE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

WEDDING Mclaughlin— pike The wedding of Ralda, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. g. A. Pike, of Guildford, to John, eldest son of Mr. and Mra. J. McLaughlin, also of GuUdford, was cele brated at the Presbyterian Church, Guild ford, on Saturday last. The bride looked beautiful in her gown of white matclafse, and ca tried, a trail ing bouquet of whtte hyacinths, catna- | tionti and sweet peas. Her veil hung frotn i a halo fieadpiece of pleated tulle. ! Mlrs Joy Pike, wearing a frock of blue j mritelasse, and carr-Tig a bouquet of bale I pink carnations and sweet peas, attended I her sister as bridesmaid. ' I Tlie l^o little flowergirls, Miss Daphne Pike and Miss Beryl Snecsby. also wore f reeks of bJiie jnatela,sro, and carried muffs of pale pink georgette. Mr. Jack Brisscndcn acted as best man. Afier the ceremony a reception was htld at the Masonic Hall. Calliope-street, where the mother? orthc bride and brlde gruron received GO guerts. Mrs. pike ^-ore a frock of brick red flat crepe, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DECLINE IN JOSS HOUSE WORSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

DECLINE IN JOSS HOUSE WORSHIP Dr. Chen, Consul General for China, who gave several lectures in Guildford last year, says that Jo^ House worship Is declining. Big cclrbratious mark the Chiner? New Year and 'August Day ot Remembrance' for their ancestors. Dr. Chen is 'an acceptor of the Christian faith.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A REALITY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

A REALITY Sunday morning. July 28. Mr. Cham pion. catechLst. took the service at 6t. Mary's Church of England, Guildford, and preached to a congregation of over 45 people, his subject, being: 'The seven fold prayer of Paul.'* 'To b2 succcr'ful in life, God *nu t. be fl reality not a myth,' said Mr. Champion.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKO AND PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

SMOKO AND PRESENTATION A smoko, organised by the social com mittee cf the Guildford branch of the Federal A.L.P.. was held in the hall of the Regent Theatre, on' July 27. The function was well attended by visitors, includlsg Mr. Watkins (M.H.R., for New castle) and the secretary, Mr. W. Col bourne. Bclh were well received, and suuaoiy responaca. During the evening a presentation was made to Mr. L. Normoyle, on the eve of his marriage. The catering arrangements were 'well carried out by Mr. C. Harrison, agisted by Mr. Murray. Everyone thoroughly en joyed themselves.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARGAIN SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

BARGAIN SALE Only those n search cf bargains couid realise the price mark down that has occurred at one business house in Guild ford. The old stock must make way ior the new. so out they go. Sse the smafh ?Jng of the red disc, with a ??Line' through the old price. A sacrifice sale of special purchases if you hurry to E. H/ Line and Co., Guildford's mo-tt progressive drapers. 'Onward^ is their motto. One wetk to. go I

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 8 August 1935

CAREYS SALE EXTENDED FOR ANOTHER WJEEK^? Owing to the prevalence of Influenza in the tiitmcl, . we '; . have decided to Extend our Sale for AhoJJh* Week. ' ' ' : - Lay-bye Sheetings, Calicos, Pillow Slips, etc., at — j SALE PRICES. . [;£ Half-Price Oddments in Berlei Corsets and Wrap-ons Just | .;; Opened. ' ; |J FAST DYE HAIRCORDS, New Designs ? 7£d yard ; M : PRINTED FUJI DE LUXE, Fast Dyes .. .. lOJd yard ]^ STRIPED DRESS SILKS, Fast Dyes . . .. I/6J yard r gj RED SPOT COUPONS CASH ORDERS. M — — — — — — — — — — — — ^— — — ;j| .MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD . ;^ Guildford Chamber of Commerce | ? : I' I IT Has BEEN DECIDED * | TO DISCONTINUE the | PRIZE-GIVING | CdMPETITIONS. / ll V/ . ?§ SHOP LOCALLY ! !l And assist in making | a Progressive Shopping ? i^J Centre, :| with Cheaper Goods and P - Wider Choice. SEASONABLE REMEDIES: PURE COD LIVER OIL, 26 m. Bottles 2/6. Other Sizes, 1/- and 1/0 '??W 1-.' IHISH MOSS EMULSION OF COD LIVER OIL Makes YoiiFeel Fit: 1/11 and 3/3. ' y^ ? MUCO P...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 8 August 1935

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ?? ( , v . '.WHAT A PROGRAMME! - A Night of Wonderful Music and Splendor [?] ^^ ALICE FAyT tOf JAMES DUNN i ?Hned sparks! HflYDA ROBERTlfl IB? CLIFF EDWARDS fl jH|rG£0»fiE. WHITE J| fiB^E'''' producliyd conceived. flH /produced and/ directed by/ ^^7 / OeorgyWhi!. /^f{/ fox/news y/ CARTOON. At the Matinee — ?renic$!lc'$ Clwolatc MONDAY & TUESDAY; AUGtfStl^f& 13 uuh ^Pl^^ Adrienne Aines Ralph Bellamy Douoild Cook Robti Armstrong Directed by Charles tomonl from the ? Itory by Gordon Xabn. Anocitlt ? -» «- producer Burl (Cel/y ft , ,V tmouctd by SELECT Producl/oni ':?'* * I. '? '. ' ' i T^4mt«tJJl'-BAWfSDlCnH$'''i taasLtcd to thc'GWni'screail NEWS and SHORT Coming: Aug. 16 and 17, 'Imitation of Life'; ' Aug..' J^and 20, 'Cockeyed Cavaliers'; Aug. ' ?'. lit and 24, 'One More Spring' ; Aug. 30 and 3 1 ,: . - 'Heritage.' ' ' ? .? \- .. ? ' ?' '?.',., '? MRS. ROBERTS, , 8 STATION STREET, GUILDFORD X DRESSMAKER . / While- You-Wail: HEksnTCHINOT BUTTONS COV...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKE SOCIAL Merrylands M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 8 August 1935

SMOKE SOCIAL Mcrrylands M.U*.I.O.O.Fi Lart Saturday; July 27. a smoke social was held by Mnrylanos M.IW.O.O.P, : ^ '« »-Iaf nl» Hall^PastGraid Bro S. Web»- acted as chairman. PJJ.G. Bro A. Anderson (dircctorfraJ'D.G.'M., Bro' K. Matthews, p.D.aM's.. Bros! 6co , Rtu.5, ^. p. Davidson; T. Bleasdale H Taylor and F. Morris -frere visttora . There Seed'lany °thCr VlElUli8 l0d8es-rePre: ih1' -«C 1o?5V'?;D-GM- Bro. Bells said that Merrylanas lodge remembered Bro. ? ? Andaron as jaft 'excellent district officer hi a vcrySiard time. «'««r. ''«? rtimcreon, in jospotidlng, referred In iiic recent, de/ircsslon saying that friendly soclclics had, materially assisted : the governments, by rclicving~thcm oi ' burdcaw. He. also remarked -that Bre Reus had plwn woudcriul service to the ?? lodge and Order., - .-. ?'???&' ? ' -^ - The district offi^Uflpst.wasfciven by P.G. Bro. N.- Sykcj.-Jfeayhlch tp.D.O M Bro.^ai44iews'rospiina^p,OJpio.TlBM X propespd 'Past DJsliMt'feineeis' PD ? 'm ' .. G.M...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS. MERRYLANDS-GUILDFORD'S FIRST DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 8 August 1935

CHESS. ' MliKHVLA.VnS-GIJILDrORlrS nitST DEFEAT. tot. George I gave the Merrylands team a severe trouncing when they mel oa July 31. at Merrylands School of Arts. The visitors won 5 games and drew 1. while tlie local team 'won one and drew one. Scorra— 'Merrylands: Robertson 0, Mor ri,* 0, Pink 0, Ogden 0.''Ansley I. A. Mer llno 0. Deem 1. St. George: Stanley 1, Wakclln 1, Scott 1, Plokcrlng 1, Delict- »-, Hig^lns 1 and Palajzl 0. . Mcrrylands still lead in the comuclitlon with 24 polnte: Conc^'-d mid Duiversily, tie for. rrcond place with 19 points each. The next -match is against Tramway I. at Roicllc. on Tuesday. August 13. Thn Trpmway team is consldwod one of tile ? F'ronimst teams in tile compotiUon, nnd Merrylands will have to improve* on tlnlr. / plav cf »Ti Wedn»jiday -if they wish ^i' avoid ? being octtated again .1 '; - Ilomebush - v Merrylands Homcbu.Ni yisttcd Mfarrtands- School of Arls last Monday, July 29. for a XrlMHily match with the Mei-rylands^Guildford , Club. Mr....

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NO WATER AT CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 8 August 1935

KO WATER AT CHURCH Th» historic church «f St. Bartholc ? jj,.^. Prospect, although in the- heart cf Sydney's water supply, is stricken with drought. The church has no -water connection ' with the mams, and owing to the fail ure ot ?-?« lank- sunply no water has jxsen evailable al the cnurcn ior mu last two months. When the building ? lias'-to be washed out and othtfr clean ; Ing -Wcrlc done, Uie water is brought in ' ,;kerosenc . tins from SeVcn HlUs. A Burong effort is being made to , raise funds foliave the water connected . It Is cstimald U)at tills v/111 cost about j ^S60^, Tne;flrst contribution was received '$. ':, Stioi ia old lady in Melbourne.

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