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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 8 August 1935

FOR SAlJE j FOR SALE. Blockwood 1/6 cwy 6 G quarter. 12/ half ton, 22/ tqn.ffbal 2' cwt. Coke 1/6 bag. STAN BUGGY. 02 Cross-st., OulldfonJ. Order at Greentreo's Frulteliop. * ALSATIAN ^PUPPUjgr 12 -weeks old! Champion pedlgrfg/Goodwin, 124 Hawk view-road, Guildford. ,

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

GUILDFORD ,' - PERSONAL Mrs. O. Morrison, of Fowlers-road, lias had to take to her bed again. Mre. E. Hoffman, of Harris-street, one of the olfl member of the Gold Diggers Vigoro Club, has not been too good of late, and her friends trust cne will soon recover. Miss Lindsay, of Mountford Avenue, who has a business In Guildford-road, is at present under medical treatment. MA,.. Lance, sister of Mrs. Wadds, of Guildford-road. is at present an inmate of Waverley Memorial Hospital, and will undergo a serious operation this week. Miss Jessie Williams, of Fairvlew-strcct, will be singing on Station 2GB to-morrow afternoon at 5.30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynch, of Bellevuc Hill, I spent the week-end at the home of Mr. I Charles Davis, of Woodvllle-ioad. ? Constable Maynard's wife, and Patty, I of Bolton-street, arc ill, and confined to their beds. Mr. Maynard had to be at tended for an abscess in the ear. and was operated on at Parramatta Hospital last week. He is making good progress. Miss Do...

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

GUILDFORD PARK EXTENSION Application by the Guildford Park com mltwe was made to GranviUe Council for the acquisition of additional land for en larging the park.— Repprt bv town clerk stated that in all five additional allot ments were wanted, together with the portion of Woodstock-st. dividing them, the total value of the five allo'menti being £43.— The cl«'fc was Instructed to ascertain the probable cost.

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

Sensational Offer- Free Dress Length sat . IT 14' T TKT1T *%*%A f**% GwiiDFdRD'5 progressive ML. XX. X-rllNllr anu VxQ* drapers and mergers EveVy Purchaser of our New Season's Pique or Dimity Voiles at 1/111 yar^fll be given a FREE DRESS LENGTH, to be chosen from a /N&\ Fine Selection of Popular Voiles: Two Dress Len gths for the price of one ! Refnentber, all these Voiles are British, and the Colors are Guaranteed. ? $ BONNY PRINCE FADELESS HATRCORD. Latest Designs ? Sid yard SPRINGTIME CAMBRIC. Delightful Dcrlgns ? ' ? 11 Id yard SUNNYDAYS CAMBRIC ? : ? lid yard BEAUTIFUL NEW SEASON'S FANCY MOROCAINS ? 1/115 yard PLAIN MOROCAINS. all Colors ? Hid yard FRESH SUf¥|JES of Our FAMOUS LADIES' FROCKS, from '2/111 each Dozens of our COAT SHIRTS at the Wonderful Value of 2 111 each were ' Hfl sold lam week. Come and get yours while they last. Usual -Price ' 4 '11 ' '^H NOW 2/111 each. Fawn, Blue anH Grey, Checks and Stripes. ' ?? « SB SPECIAL: . ' '#!? MEN'S BRACES (Police and Fir...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIGGERS' DANCE GUILFORD R.S. & S.I.L.A [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 8 August 1935

DIGGERS' DANCE Guildford R.S. &S.I.L.A. Another suqeecsful function was held in the Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts on Saturday night lest, when the Gullc ford sub^braneh of ins RJS. and S.I.L. of Au'itralia held their urual monthly social. The night being bltterlv cold made It ideal for dancing, and the Imperial orchestra kept the dancers on the go to jazz land cld-ttme. dances, arranged by the M.C. Mr. Brent. Refreshments ivcre served as usual. Prlze-wlnnprs were: Mia Joan Griffiths, Ml-* Othelma Harrison. Mrs. D. Warren. Mrs. D. Warren. Mr. Bonartus and Mr. F. Robsrts. - Cancers are reminded that the n»xt function will be held in the same place on September 7. Having just passed another anniver sary of the declaration of -war, no doubt It will *°rve as a reminder of the mean ing of the word Digger.

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

'Golden Wedding Mr. and Mre. John Charles Page, of, Blnalong-road, WentworthvlUe, have Just celebrat;d the 50lh anniversary of their u-eddlng. Mr. page was born on the diggings at Castlemaln. Victoria. In 1863, and as a child was taken to England by his par ents. He returned to Australia and was married at Camden in 1885. Mr. page was elected to the Bteck town Shir.?. Council in 1912 and repre sented B riding- for 22 years, being presi dent four times. He is also associated with several local organisations. Mrs. Page was born at Bendlgo in 1860, and spent her childhood at Hill End. New SouHi Wales, where her fatii rlr was part-owner of the Rose of Eng land mine. She travelled over the Blue Mountains In a bullock dray. Mr\ and Mrs. Page reared a family of one son and six daughters.

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

I. CRAS^FOttti ITP. Rl . ppt«mitrit» * pptlciant 111 t»«E0R0EST..(P*'2^MATTA j . :^. ? WINTER SPECIALSj^X'^ .American Prult Pics, 3 flJ»M«C7id pW. Baked Beans .. .TrT.ii Tins 'or jf'ad SOUD6— Tomato Oeleir -and Vegetable— 4id Tin' ; -? Soups-Bliie B-wi. 6,Pto?,'.4apUi ?-? IVL J. LAMflSJERT, . . ' ' 241 ' WpopyiUJE;; KQAD. ; _' ? ) ? '' : ? MURIEU BAXTER, 1 FLORIST ?',. . ,,j WEDDING BOUQUETS & WREATHS. »1 All Work of the Highest f ta*«W / ll in Horal Art? -!K , . *.j 5' WINGELLO ST. GUILDFORD. * ? t| Telepho'tie' UW8747.- . j ?HADDp^S- -?j^l TheJQuality Jp^fcheri, | :| GUILDFORD. |TJK&e 1JW9596. \ | - 1« \ ORDERS DELIVERED- ' ^ ' li :?- ? : — Mi DON'T RISK FAILURE ^S ADVERTISE YOOR SOCIAL AND; '*» OTHER FUNCTIONS' ' El THE COST IS SMALL— THE-GA1N1 ' I IS LARGE , s Z, Alirays remember 'The ?Broadcasin | ^^- eoe right into the homes, snd deliven 'iht your invitation to every nre&bcr of -the IB boosehold. ' ,3k Don t lia\e people saying to you after- ^ i^\ wards...

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

SOCIAL AND DANCE SHERWOOD DIGGERS Shcniwod sub-branch of the RS. and S.Ii.A. held a very successful social and dance In St. Matthrw's Hall, Merrylands West, on Thursday last. 1st. About 90 were present, and a most enjoyable even Ing was fpant.. Miss Marie Marshal] gave a noal exhibition of dancing. Miss Kcw ple Atkins a clcrer contoriionrst. was loudly applauded: her act was worth going a long way to s;e. Mr. Jacobs ('Mussells') rendered several comic songs and patter, which the audience enjoyed. A barn dance way ,«on by Mr. Shcppard and Mre. Taylor upot dance. Miss J. Mc Donald and Mr. W. A. Decks; Monte Carlo. Misses Ttctman and Dlxon; cake. Miss Gill. A lamb was won Mrs. Bean. 7 Oxford-street, Mcrrylands; 2nd prize to Mr. Noblett. Chamberlain-road. Gulld ford. and 3rd to Mr. c. Harding. Chct wynd-road. Merrylands. Supper was served by Mesdamcs Heg garty, Coleman. Baldwin, challenger and Sullivan, after which dancing; van con tinued till 11.30. The committee, under the president a...

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

GUILDFORD AMATEUR CYCLING CLUB. The meeting- convened at Sweetnam's garage, on Monday. August 5. was highly successful. The above club was formed with 12 members. Meetings will be held at 8 p.m. on .second and fourth Thurs days each month, at the garage. Officers elected were: President, Mr. R. Carey (O'Nplll-street); rccretary. Mr. T. Noonan (24 Bolton-streeti: natron and treasurer, Mr. Swectnam iGuildfcrd garage): vlce CTeSident. Mr. R Pmrliav mlnnla ehMu. tary. Mr. Sindle: publicity officer, Mr. O H. Dumbrill (32 Cros&-rtreet). First official meeting. 8 p.m. next Thursday, August 15. . If arrangrments are satisfactory, the first race will be held al 3 p m on Sat urday, 17th, from Sweetnsm'E to Villa wood gates, and return. Cltlrens are ask ed to be inU-re-ted in this local move ment for the lads, and patrons and dona tion-, will be appreciaied. Put Guildford cycling on the map! All Interested should attend.

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

WILD BULL DESTROYED Amongst the 17 head of stock im pounded at GranviUe during the past fortnight was one 'wild and dangerous bullock, which .might have done consid erable damage to human life.' reported the Health officer last Tuesday nl«ht. The animal was found n-ar the SydiiFy road, and had to be destroyed by the owners before it could be moved from the pound.

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

TIRATES1 VIGORO DANXE At the Assembly- Hall, Ouildfotd. last week, the Pirates' Vigoro Club held a dance. The occasion was used to prerent trophies. Highest individual score trophy went to Miss Grace Tame: test all-road player trophy to Mls.= Joyce Teaeue; most catches to Kathleen Hughes. The troph ies were donated by MessrF. M. Cullcn. E. Hngiias and J. Inch, and the presen tations were made the officers of the Cumberland District Visoro Association. Mr. E. Hugher. acted as M.C. Mu=lc was supplied by Wally Stephenson's orchestra.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

S O C CE R. S.D.F. ASSOCIATION Al a meeting of the S.D.F.A. held on « 7th instant, it was decided to hold the annual dance and presentation of trophies on 8-Hour night, and a social committee wa« formed for this purpose, consisting of Messrs. Grant (St. John's), Blades -4 3 Batt.), Quimby (Wanderers). Hollo way (Cabra.), Fawbert- -hon'. sec. i una Birks (Chairman). FIXTURES August 17: — Merrylands v St.. John's, 4 3 Battalion v Glenfleld. Owing to the Request of many of our Customers to Stock Seedlings We are now pleased. Co advise that we are now able to supply all varieties of TOMATO SEEDLINGS, 6d doz., ^ 3 0 100 All varieties of FLOWER SEEDLINGS, ; 8d doz., 4/- 100 s V Call in and obtain a quote for larger quantities. G. BELL & SON,. FRORUCG AND FUEL MERCHANTS, GUILDFORD ROAD The Old Lady at the Little Shop SELES— HOME-COOKED CORNED BEEF, SMALLGOODS & GROCERIES ' OPEN ALL HOLIDAYS. J 254 Merrylands Rd., Merrylands Carlton Nursing Home 1 1 . 45 BOLTON ' ST., GUILDF...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

More Free Dress Lengths ^ E1J T TVflT GUILDFORD'S PROGRESSIVE j ? XI. l^llN Ml* ana V-/Oo DRAPERS AND mercers u PREPARE FOR SPRING. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SENSATIONAL OFFER. ? Free Dress Length given with Every Length of New Season's Voiles Purchased BEAUTIFUL OTTOMAN SILK, White, Black. ' and Navy, 211 value. OUR PRICE 1.115 yard. FLORAL SILK VOILE. Season's Latst Tonlngs. only ? Hid yard ALso Latest Designs in PIQUE and DIMITY VOILES. FLORAL MOROCA1NS. BONNY PRINCE HAIRCORDS. etc. LADIES' READY-MADE FROCKS ? 2 ill each Daintily Trimmed, Fast Colors. SHEER SILK HOSIERY / TJSUAIAjY 2 11. / , Our Price: 1/1 1J ' pair All, PURE SILK. ' : our prices for mercery are unbeatable: MEN'S COAT SHIRTS, all Sizes ? 2 '111 ouch BEMBERY SILK GOLF SHIRTS .. ? 7 ]1 tuuh SPUN * SILK COAT SHIRTS ...... ? ? 5 11 uwli GOLF SHIRTS/*. Usually 6/11 ? ? NOW 3 11 LADIES' SILK JUMPERS, Fancy Design, enly ? . 2 -1 each JACKIE COOGAN OVERALLS ? ? 1 11 pntr SMALL BOYS' RANGER SHIRTS ? 1/0 each j S.C.R. GREEN' C...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guildford P. and C.A. GOOD BUSINESS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

Guildford P. aricl C.A. GOOD BUSINESS MEEUNG A meeting of the Guildford P. and C. Association was held on Thursday, Aug ust 1. There as a good attendance, and new members were enrolled. The treas urer, Mr. Surrey, was welcomed bacK to liis first meeting since his illness. The secretary was authorised to ar range, if possible, a lecture 'by the Popu lar Science Club, 'The Romance of Travel.' Mr, Startan. the sportsmaster, reported that the Ferguson Cup sports would take place at Merrylands Park, September 21. The secretary was requested to organise a Juvenile fancy drcs;- ball on the lines of last year, to take place early in October. The replacing of the wireless was left . In *he hands of the prceiticn/t and the headmaster. | The Chief Secretary has been aaked : to exempt the association under the 1 Charitable Collection Act. and the secrc- I tary has been directed kto obtain a ruling 1 regarding function held on behalf of the j school, other than by tlie Parents and Citizens' Asso...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

WINTER SPECIALS, \X American Fruit Pies, 3 flavors, 7Id pkt, SVeamed Puddings, 3 flavors, 6id i-ki. Eaki-d Beans ? 3 Tins 'or K id Soups — Tomato, Celerv and Vegetable — 4 id Tin. Soups— Blue Bowi. 6 Plates, 4id pU. M. J. LAMBERT, 244 WOODVTLLE ROAD. M. MA W' 188 GUILDFORD ROAD (near Woodville Road) GROCERIES. FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY. LAUNDRY done at Shortest Notice Agent for George Austen and Co. Seeds Phone: UW83G6. fl^^^FORD LTD. | H Optem«trfits A Optician* |1 H B OCOIKOE ST., PARRAMATTA I B Phunt uwmt ? ||| G. E. ROBERTS CONTRACTOR for ALTERATIONS . ADDITIONS. / PAINTING at-d PAFERHANGING^/ A SP ECIALITY. ' GENERAL BOUSE REPAIRS. 8 STATION STREET, GUILDFORD, CAREYS NEW SPRING GOODS, v/ HAIRCORDS, Guaranteed Fast Dyes, in a full range of Fancy 7 1 J V/J and Floral designs, 30 in. '? 2^ FANCY FUGI-DE-LUXE, a Soft-Silky Cotton Fabric, m Twenty | A U VJ different designs, Guaranteed Fast Dyes, 30 in, Iw2'u * STRIPED DRESS SILKS, in neat pin stripes, hi all Sliades, also I .'A I vfl...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

— ! — = — = — =1 FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR ! ^ with the ? Finest Cast, '? Also Blljg. in Small OFLIFE' wllh }WW - FOX NEWS. WAR RE N ^11 1] Aty SATURDAY MATINEE: j , Once Again — N estle's Chocolate ? MONDAY and TUESDAY Riot of Laughter nrilttlCR A ™RILLER ! I T H E LM A ^DD 'ff- r ' - -- _ - ' 1 - 1 ' - - ? ? ? ? i G.A. Hopping FRUITERER & GREENGROCER Goods Fresh, tip m the Markets Daily WE GIVE GREEN COUPONS / RELIEF COUPONS treated AS C^SH / NURSE BROAD 36 MANCHESTER STREET, MERRYLANDS, j CERTIFICATED, A/T.N.A. / ?Phone UW9400. V Outdoor Cases Attended in Surrounding Districts. EN ROUTE TO THE 'REGENT' Call1 at M. TAYLOR, J 359 GUILDFORD ROAD up-to-date. sundae &' milk bar LATEST OUliBRASSEN 'REFRIGER ATOR for fimajlgoods. Confectionary and Home-Mftdc Cakes MILK FOR tp MULTITUDE 1 j Children, .Invalids, Convalescents; I Adults and Aredahouldfet y JONES' Bottled JViilk ipt. cn*m !in Xv«ry. Bottle. - A COlikPliETE. FOOiD at «d'-#lnt ! futme uA...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"ANOTHER MAN'S THUNDER" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

'ANOTHER MAN'S THUNDER' The auditor to Holroyd Council Includ ed the following comment In his report for the year, 1934;— 'I had Intended to express at some length any ideas on the . subject of possible Improvements to your system. In view of 4 lie fact that the '? council has authorised another firm ol accountants to make a special Infrestl- ' gallon and report upon this matter, Ishall refrain from further comments thereon, j lest I be accused of dealing another man's ? thunder.' . ;

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GAY NIGHT GUILDFORD MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

A GAY NIGHT GUILDFORD MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF AETS BALL As the result of ca:eful and capable organisation, a well-flllcd hall of dancers tnjoyed an evening of gaiety in the Guildford Soldiers* Memorial School of Arts on Tuesday night, the occasion be ing the second annual ball of that insti tution. The hnll had been artlrticnlly decorated with paper flowers and green ery by the lacif.s. which must have en tailed many hours, of work and much uu, U1y pi pi Ly sceuc creaiea justified the cITori. Under the spell of music by Glan Mar tyn's orchestiji. t lie devoiers of Terp sichore simply could not help being sprightly: and as. the musicians kept it up to them, they proved they could lake it. The floor was in excellent order. Jazz caps with .squeakers crcated Bedlam, and all reverted to childhood for a while. A aelceinbL- and plentiful sit-down supper wa? served .11 the soldiers' room, adding the last word in perfection in the night's? I'litertainmeiH. For this and the general arran#r-mc-it.«...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL' At tiie Prcajyterian Church on-Sunday last, Mr. O. Ruwc, of the ArdUl Mission, delivered a very interesting address, the subject toeing 'The Book of Life' and the 'Book ot Remembrance.' He conducted bcth services and the attendances were good. Mr. O'Connor, of Bolion-«treet, and nIghL-ofTicer of Fairfield railway station, commenccd hi*-. annual leave Jast Friday, Mrs. O'Connor is taking a trip to Queens land to visit relatives. Miss Jones, of Darlinghurst, sister to Mrs. A. E. Rufft. of Guildford, was knock ed down bv a Ullsh hlkp in t.h *-? Mt.v She was severely injured in the lace and re ceived concussion, being treated at St. Vincent's Hospital. Her condition Is im- ? proving . Mr. Todd, of Guildford-road, has been under dental treatment recently. A man getting out. of a car in Guild ford-road. Jast Sunday, to attend to a tyre, stumbled and fell being severely cut about the face. A passing motorist took him to a local doctor t j receive attention. Miss M. Cox....

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD FUNERAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935

GUILDFORD FUNERAL FUND The general meeting of the Guildford Funeral fund at O'Nelil-street* Guild ford, was held on Monday. 5th. The or ganisation now totals approximately 101: 19 members attended. Tlie business of electing a new president, one committee man and two auditors was considered, subsequently Mr. R. Brent, of The Es planade, Guildford, was elected president; Messrs. F. shepherd and H. Single were eleoted as auditors; Mr. White as com mitteeman.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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