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Merrylands Diggers R.S.'. & S.I.L.A. SUB-BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
Merrylands Diggers R.S4. & S.I.L.A. Sl'K-RRANCH The monthly meeting t\as held In the Masonic Hall on 5th the president. Mr, L. Mttchrll. prrvJding over a fair attendance. Mr. T. B. Baker tendered his resignation as hon. secrctaiy. and Mr. J. Thdmson wa^ elected in his stead. A vote of thanks to the retiring sreretary for his services for ths sub-branch was carried, by acclamation . The president made ft report with refer pnpp tn th» lakmo nvof -1^ RqiiItc' Mo 11 and a resolution wa? carried that tJhe! two trustees fc? instructed to sign thej., necessary contract, and tiiat -the sub branch take over as from -the 12th inst. The conditions being agreement to pay rent for 12 month®, with the option dur ing that time of buyin» at the sum of £500 cash. It was resolved to me« i . on the first and third Wednesday each month, inr stead of cnce a monih. A lrttcr was received from the secre tary for the Ladies' Auxiliarv as-king for co-operation in running their euchre party, and help ...
CANAL-STREET BRIDGE Old Structure at Wetherill Park [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
CANAL-STREET BRIDGE Old Structure at Wetherill Park With reference to the letter from Mrs. O. E. Chapman, stating that she had had. two cows injured on the bridge in Canal, street, over 'Prospect Creek, Wetherill. Park, the overseer reported having inspect-1 ed the bride, and find this bridge is not a work of the Holroyd Council;-' The whole* structure looks quite 40 years old, and* . he dld'not think the coiincil should touch it, except to demolish7 it. The ieng-n oi the bridge Is 36ft. let would take from . £200 to £300 to frUlld .a and 10ft. wide at access to two lotf,-tt)3e*tota} areaW^rakih- '~'i is 189 acres. Thejvndge royd and half in Fairfield. The council did. not put the bridge there, and there fore is not liable for its maintenance until i euch time *s tfcey do so ms Horjt oa it. . , ?
Marginal Rate Pay Relief Workers' Complaint [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
Marginal Rate Pay Relief Workers' Comnlalnt The Dole Workers' Council. Merrylands. informed Holroyd Council thai il had been reported that relief worker were put on to crossroads work up to a finishing point, and to save paying them the marg inal rate for finishing, the regular coun cil hands were sent, along lo do the work. Council was requested to attend lo the The Workers' Council also arked that Information tables be furnished to all i-ay centres in the municipality. The engineer reported that the finish ing work consisted of 'tarring,' which was work bej'oild tile relief workers. The writers will be informed of the position. In the second request, they will be advised that council Is adhering strictly to the ' department's requirements . and stipulations.
"ASK WATER BOARD" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
'ASK WATER BOARD' Th*» Unemployment Relief Council has advised Holroyd Council ths.t the sug gertion of a drainage scheme near Pine Head works was a matter the Water Board could carry out from it'i own funds, and Advised council to a-^oach th® Board.— The matter was left in Aid. Mounder's hands.
Relief Workers' Plight COULDN'T GET RATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
Relief Workers' Plight COULDN'T GET RATIONS At Holroyd Council meeting on Tuesday, night, Aid. W. Campbell brought up the matter of a relief porker who, it would appear, was suffering undue hardships as' the result of illne£6. He said the mqn took4 j ill on June 29, and called a - doctor on' ' July 5. He was taken to. Farr4malta Hospital. When he called at parramatta for rations, after his recovery, lie wa^ told that, as he had been maintained In : nospjiai, xxe wouia not. t-e eugime for rations until a fortnight's time. He could get a starting docket* for. August 5, and would have to wait until August 16 'for . his pay. Aid. Campbell moved that' the ca&e be' cited to Dr. Heck, with a request' for immediate food relief; and that in slm-L ilflr future cases rations be issued.— This* was carried. ] ,
"TRUANT COWS." Enter Truant School Ground [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
'TRUANT COWS.' Enter Truant ScnocI Ground The superintendent of the Truant School, Guildford, complaincd to Hol royd Council of cattle and horses stray ing about vacant lands and streets ad- , jaccnt to the school, and which lately had been entering the school grounds, doing a good deal of damage to flowers and Ehnibs, especially at night time. Aid. Maander said he and Aid. Barry spent an hour chasing two ocas in Went worthville that ruined a man's very fine garden. The cows were impounded, ana shortly afterward! were released and again entered the same rarden . The Mayor se&d several prosecutions were to take (place. Since the second ofTiccr had been appointed 162 head or j stock had been impounded; , 'The thing, for you c- do,' said the doctor to the man who was suffering from nerves, 'is to gtcp thinking about yourself and bury yourself in your work.' 'Gosh,' exclaimed the patient; 'and me a concrete mixer r
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
In Memoriam. EAGER. — In lo\ing memorj' of our dear Mother and Grandma, who passed away AUgurt 18, 1932s Wh in days are dark and friends are few 'Tis then, dear Mother. I long f r j'ou. For friends are friends when tliey are true; But oh.' Sweet Mother, there's none like you t Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law. Lilian and Stan Park, and grandchildren, Norman and Joyce. WILLIAM*5 — In fond and lovine mem ory of our dear davhter.. Helen WHiams. who nas«ed away 20th August. 1933. Rest in peace. Inserted bv her Iodine father and 1 mother, sisters and brothers. i
The Australian Legion GUILDFORD R.S. CLUB DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
The Australian Legion GUILDFORD R.S. CLUB DANCE A record gathering assembled at the Memorial Hall, Guildford, on Saturday evening at the monthly dance of Guild ford R.S. Club. The dance music was under the baton of Mr. W. Young. The hall had been very nicely decorated by the Memorial School of Arts ^adies' Aux iliary. and they are certainly to be con gratulated.' The supper arrangements were again in the hands of the club's Ladies' Auxil iary, which reflected great credit to them. The novelties were keenly contested, and whin err. were: — Miss I. Lowndes, Mrs. ?. W. Murray, Mr. R. Brent and Mr. O. McFarlane. Th° arrangements were again in the hands of Mr. Lennard, MC.
NEIGHBOUR'S MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
NEIGHBOUR'S MUSIC Writing to Holroyd Council on Tuesday night, R. Kidd complaincd of incessant organ music and singing by tlic son of his next door neighbour In Bailey-street, Westmead, and asking that attention be given to the matter. The Inspector said he investigated and raid he thought the complaint exagger ated. The boy was 19 years of age and playing hymns on the organ was one of his few diversions. The writer told the Inspector that at times he drowned the organ with his ? own wireless set . Council decided not to take any action.
SLACKERS AND MOANERS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
SLACK£RS AND MOANERS . Thera are -many good workers for public movements *who will support the ' remarks of Rev. R. c. Russell, who, when speaking Jn.Bt Andrew's Church, Yass. sakl that there were ten sure ways of killing any organisation. They were : (1) Mfcss as many meetings as you can; (2) ' ' is aniline excuse; X4) be sure to find fault , with tiier:wppk of the k)7ice-bearo% and ^ o^tli^TO^bersr^B) ^decline all offices, as --itHs'ea^er^ ^.'cmlcise:4h«i*to woric; (6) yet Bore^f you are not. put onia com mittee', or, Jf appointed,, don'it take any ' lnteiWt- f') lf^asted your pinion, say , youjiave mone; ^)Ut Jater tell -other6 what i- ought Ho have been^done; ^^ do die best ^ ikjssible, and when ottiers roll up their £-6lee'ves 'to -help matters, iiowl because of i^jttie tslique j?mning things; r^9) ieep jcon V trttnltions toog overdue. and delay janswer ^n^ ^ ietteiBT^lO) -don't bother ebOut . Wfetting tiew members, let the ofher fellbw ? do W;'.;.- ... .... : . ; Do .as well a...
COMMUNITY SINGING & PICTURES Frank Hathorley of "2BL" Fame [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
COMMUNITY SINGING & PICTURES Frank Battterkr of **2BL' Fame Intense . focal interest is being mani fested in the forthcoming visit of Mr. Frank Hatlierley, popular community sing* ing leader of 2BL tame, from Sydney Town Hall. «t-the Crescent Theatre, Fair field, on Friday, August 23: supporting artists Include Rente. Chostiakoff (brilliant Russian tenor soloist of the world-famous Don Co6sack«hoir). 'Senla' is the very proud possessor of a programme from Windsor- Castle, where he appeared in two command performances before their Majesties, King George and Queen Mar)'. Dora 'Lindsay (well- too wn (Scottish com edienne), who has her audience in fits of laughter,' Clarice Kingsley (soprano, at the oiaAo) -is a great favorite. The visit 4s for one - night only. *nd intending patrons . are 'strongly advised to reserve their seats .at Jim Campbell's refreshment rooms. Picture prices will prevail with no extra for -reservation. . Children half-price everywhere.
O.K.'s SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
O.K.-8 SPORTS The fli*t annual , sports ol the new Lansdowne District (Methodist Order of Knights) were hsld at Fairfield Park last Saturday. Although the weather, on ac count of the severe winds, was unpleas ant, the competitors end. their supporters, from Granville, Merrylands, Holroyd. Guildford and Fair^eld, entered into the spirit of the sports wonderfully. Entries exceeded expectations to such an extent that the programme could not be com pleted, so another, sports' meeting will scor^ will be announced after the sports have been ilnaliisd, and trophies, certi ficates, etc., have been presented. Saturday's results are as follows: -H„ Holroyd; O t OuUdlord; -P., Fairfield; Gv.. Granville; M., Merrylanifr) — Div. I (under 14): 75 «ds. at, K. Mans field (H) 1, D. Chamberlain cG- 2. H. Kerz (H) 3. 110 yds. at, K. Mansfield -H) 1, A. Connelly (F) 2, H. Johnson -H; 3. High jump, H. Johnson -H) 1, K. Mans field .(H) 2, B. Kerz (II) 3; height, 3ft. lOin. Broad jump. p. Manf field 1, H....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, AUGUST 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
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HOLROYD BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
HOLROYD BUILDINGS The following applications Co build have been approved by Holroyd Council:— F. J. Taylor, w.b. cottage. R*,wson-rd., WenU wcrthville, £700; H. Hyde, w.to. cottage. Western-rd., Wentworlhville. £450; A. J. Brown, w.b cottage, May's Hill, £400; W. T. Nunn, additions to fac|U-ry, The Es planade, Guildford. £125; E. F. Wood, additions to w.b. oottsgc, Stimson-st., Guildford, £56; E. J. Porry, garage and workshop, Arthur-st., Mtrrylands, £45; E. Miller, garage, Girrawcen. £25; J. c. Owen, additions to chuich, Chertscy-st., Merrylands, £35; S. W. Itobcrts, additions to cottage, Desmond-st., Merrylands, £50; A. Diamond, w.b. cottagc, Pitt Row. £480. Total £2,366.
HOLROYD DRAINAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 15 August 1935
HOLROYD DRAINAGE The Unemployment Relief Council has promised to consider requests of Holroyd Council for the carrying out of work as follow?-: — (1) Stormwater drain from end or present drain at Ncwman-st. to Loftus Park, to serve Mary-st., and branch to serve Meakin-st. and Dcnmark-st.: also branch to serve Chetwynd-rd., and thence to Water Board's Pipe Head works. (2) ' Stormwater drain frrns end of present drain in Treves-st., westerly, through Merrylands Park to FoAicr-rd. and Bur nett-st. — Council decided to ask the Fed eral and State members to watch the I council's interests In there matters.