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PRESENTATION TO MEMBER Guildford Methodist Ladies' Church Aid [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

PRESENTATION TO MEMBER Guildford Methodist Ladies,' Church Aid Guildford Methodist Lades' Church Aid held the usual monthly meeting on 7th Instant, a very pleasant afternoon being spent. After the meeting c!^sed. after noon tea was served, during which a presentation of a china bowl and other gifts wa& made to Mrs. Duncum. by Mrs. Wilson, on behalf of the members of the L.C.A., in appreciation of her ?(] years* work among them. 8 years of whlcn ~lr* was secretary. ? Mrs. Jordan prewnted Mrs. Diuicum with a posy - f viol'jr.-?. Mrs. poole, prcsllent --f U12 L.C A, was unable to be present at the mceuiiR. bri came during the afternoon tea and spoke in appreciation of Mrs. Duncum's work.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOnVATinN Jacobs' B Grade Cup — Holroyd 16, Wer riwa 10, Jolly Girls fl, Robins 5, Silver Star 0. Sam Landb' Challenge Cup — Holroyd 11. Wcrriwa B, Jolly Girls 8, Robins 4, Silver star 0. Saturday s Results— Wcrriwa, 58 and 2 wickets for 16, defeated Robins, 29 and 36 (65), by 8 wickets 9 runs. Jolly Girls 65 and 92 -157) defeated Silver Star, 42 and 71 (113), by 44 runs, Holroyd a bye. Draw and umpire? for Saturday, 20th: — Silver star v Holroyd (Reus and McCal), Robins v Jolly Girls (Hancock and Gor don) . Comments on Results Although 44 runs difference in the match at Berala. was in no way disap pointing to the spectators, who witne^ed a fine game of vigoro played In a spirit creditable to both teams. E. Sparks (8 and 24), A. Spooner 1 13 and 15) and J. Myers (15) proved best with the bat for Jolly Girls. J. and B. Myers and V. Fenson shared the bowling honors for their club. N. Ccmer (15 and 9) *op scored for Silver Star. B. and N. Comer and M....

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

CAREYS NEW SPRING GOODS. HAIRCORDS. Guaranteed Fast Dyes, in a full range of Fancy 711 _.J ;? and Floral designs, 30 In. * 2^ ya* FANCY FUGI-DE-LUXE, a Soft-Silky Cotton Fabric, in Twenty fOJ-rl vrl different designs, Guaranteed Fast Dyes, 30 in. '^2 . J ? STRIPED DRESS SILKS, in neat pin stripes, in all Shadctfalso 1 /A1 pin Checks, 30 inches. ^ J^1*' t CESARINE. 36 in. Guaranteed FasL Dyes, In White. 1/111 \rA all New Spring Shades, ... ? ' / 1 1 2 J FLORAL FLAT CREPES. 36 in. In Ex elusive Q / 1 1 R- I Q / 1 1 designs, only one robe length of each, 7/ l l ut 1 v, 1 1 . ROBE LENGTH SUE IT FIRST AT CAREl'S AT CITY TRICE / ^ RED SPOT COUPONS CASH ORDERS. .MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD Spring Time is 'OVOID' Time The Secret of Good Health: ' O V O I D S ' One at Night will keep You Right ! 1/3 Bottle, at PETERSON'S PHARMACY, Guildford. NEAR RAILWAY 'PHONE: UW835*. A. E. R U S T, The GUILDFORD LAND AGENT ' Has some Choice Lotr FOR SALE. Byffd now. — Cottages are scarce In this/town,. Pho...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coming-of-age Party [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

*' Coming'Sf^Sge Party About 50 gu.ts, mostly young people, assembled at Canning's Hall. Guildford,', last. Saturday evening, at the invitation' of Mr. Edwards, of Canley Vale, to cele brate the 21st birthday of his second eldest daughter, Marjorie, and a very enjoyable time was spent by all. Miss Edwards was presented with a wristlet watch by her parent*, and in making the presentation Mr. Edwards spoke of the joy he h&d in knowing that his daughter had had a spiritual birthday. On behalf of the Young People's Class of the Spring field Gospel Hall, Mr. chapman, the leader of the class, gave her a finely bound Schofield Bible; and many other useful presents were also received.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

FRIDAY and SATURDAY YOtlR FAVORITE PAIR: j|: :' 1 wHbAXTIR ft FOX FtCTVUL wttfc .* j '**.' mtfa iw« ? imh Dutwu umarn , m/mw locenMOf-ctunamu . llMBt Mlllll MXBUITttB'IOIMQIttll VllBhIVI|V.JIB SS.' SPRING. '™*TL^T^wi5-««i'NAN from tht »»vl by KOKKT NATHAN ( Alsd, jFLORENCE DESMOND in an I *-??? Uproarious Comedy — 'River House Ghost' ? Fox News and Colored - Travel Talk. SATURDAY MATINEE: , Free Sweets ~7 ? ? r I I. ? ; ? ? ? ? ? MONDAY^apd TUESDAY A ' FEAST OF SONG— —A RIOT OF LAUGHTER!! ' iBf^m ? ^UKm h^bbk^jI; . with '' ok'ri B ? n I y on iloii * ThilifW Tod* -#.rt KfWpn ?? 'l-auroHop»Cr»w» ... 'iHciii***' Directed ty-r+,ltk Chmndltir j ? -NEWS REEL, COLORED CARTOON „ T MaES D A Y, AUG US T 2 7 : SPECIAL SCHOOL HOLIDAY -? ? ? ' ??' MATINEE/ R. H. JORDAN/ BUTCHER v/ GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFORD. 1 QUALITY MEAT; BEST ATTENTION. Special Attention. Given to Children. G. A. Hopping FRUITERER 4 GREENGROCER / Goods Fresh fi»m the Markets Daily' WE GIVE GREEN COUPONS RELIEF COUPONS treated A...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. Mr. A. K. Young [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

OBltUARY. Mr. A. K. Young The death occurred on August 6, at his residence. 21 Chertsey-street, Merrylands, of Alfred Kerridge Young, father of Os wald, Leonard. Lionel and Norman. His wife also survives him. Three of the foils are well-known business nien or FaJrflptri ftitllrifnrd nnri Mprrvlands. In whom wide-spread and sincere bympathy liave been extended. The internment took pace in the Meth odist cemetery, Rookwocd. Mrs. J. L. Ellis Her many Guildford and district friends will regret to learn of the death in Aub urn Hospital, on August 2, of Mrs. Ellis, of 17 Carlton-street, Granville, widow of J. L. Ellis, a returned soldier who fought In both the South African and Great wary, and a sister of Mr. T. Martin, of Auburn, and Mr. Glan Martyn, of FaJr fleld. For some time Mrs. Ellis, formerly of Fowlers-road, Guildford, had been living in Granville, where' she was greatly esteemed for. her brave and checry spirit, and her kindly heart. To her only doughter, Rita, is extended deepe...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

TENNIS TO^SaKENT Mesdames Johnston and Itiiin held a , tennis tournament Swlarks court, Merrylands, 'on: gth3j|t.jns aid of the Junior Red Cross. flfifples were pre ffnt, and excellent *fr^Mp;ywas the order ' of the day, -sdme . veh^Sg(B-gBmes bf*^ng witnessed. . The resiiW iwei— Mrs. , Mc Kenzie and Mrs. Comotdllfit, Mrs. Tate and Mrp.^Westafcott uiGMtt) Mrs. Johngton^was Mrs

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

REGENT NEWS Friday and Saturday— The stars who belong together, Janet. Gaynor and War ner E«ucter. in 'One More. Spring.' Thro' 1 bleak winter to glorious' cprlng, their c urage carried them. To-day was their great adventlre, to-morrow their golden a ream, a pictuns&uon oi ttopert Na than's dramatic novel of to-day. Unit 2: Florence Desmond, England's most famous comedienne, in a rippling, rearing, laughing ferce, 'River House Ghost/ it's so sensational, y u won't believe your eyes. Never has the screen dared to r-veal so strange a story. Metro colored travel gue, 'Lion Catyon,' Fox Miovietone Newsreel. Free Sweets tor the children attend ing Saturday matinee. Monday end Tuesday — 'Lightning Strikrs Twice/ -with Ben Lyon, Thelmo T=dd, Pert Kelt:*!, Laura Hep? Cflews, 'Skeets' Gallagher, Chick- Chandler and . Walter Catlet. A melodrama woven intc comedy of star -studded laugh, picture — murder, mystery, thripe' galore. Josph Schmidt, the t world-famous, diminutive tenor, in *...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

' ..'O, MERRYLANbSrKOAD Intercolonial Investnifent Land and Building Co. Ltd., aske^GranviUc Council to approve of the coqsml&ion of keitolng and guttering in. M»%lands-^ttL A report by the overseer recommeqdep^Uiat kerbing and guttering be constructed from the existing concrete kerb tq Mpntroec Avenue, ai an estimated cbgt .of^l81/7; dlso that &e . pipe culvert^«ihe Inter section of Britannia Averiiff be extended at an additional cost ogpSt; and. tnat these works be carriefy'qflUfes emergency relief works. — The recpmfflEdatlods were adopted. ^ — «-*

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loftus Park [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

Loftus . Park Mr. ira Torode, at the Church of Christ morning service last Sunday; , likened Communion services , to slgnpo6tsc close v together, so that a iti^v1elier might not lose his way to the Ewrpal City . ' Mr. plydesdale, who later addressed the ? CUU£I«UUUU, qiUM UIICUM. - remarked that racer keeps -his eye on the m&rlc. sand ts nntamtedj-hy lhe thought of the jjrlae. The mark lfe Jrau£, and the ? 'prtee a tmyifi of jloty.- hfeJsiUd. ~ : The sisters of the church have riven « \ . dimaUon of 30/- towards a iarpit iqr the paltfonn, and isn Appeal mx pitiOt '2pr' . (urtjjer suhacrtptlons. r ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.W.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

A.W.C. An .interesting lecture vrcs delivered by Mrs. S. Moroney, socretary 'Wtmien's Cen tral Oommiittee. That the lecturer's ad dress on 'Women '6 Work Against War,' was a success was clearly, shown .by the Interest taken among the women present. Eight new members were enrolled. The committee service afternoon tea; S o'clock . , arrived, ell too soon, Mrs. A. Fletcher's guqss was the nearest to the numtrr of pea$ in ja& 2070, tjie correct No. 2150. See advt. - ♦ ; . ? In the main hall is a gigantic^^ija^t ]?} measuring 40ft, tiquere,— Take somc bc^U .»!?. J - ? - - - ,L-J

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

TO-NIGIIT (Thursday) and TO- MORROW (Friday) at 8 p.m.— Last Two Nie'Hs of Warren Wilila.ni and Margarrt Lindsay In 'THE CASE OF THE CURIOUS BRIDE.' Also, EUssa. Land! and Carjf Grant In 'ENTER MADAME' I FRIDAY only, at 7.40 p.m. Sharp- 13th Episode of 'The RED RIDER.' 1 Merr ^ands Ginema J M waging Director: A. J. BESZANT. Reservations at Sliup, adjoining Theatre, or at Theatre. No Extra Charge Tor ? . ? ^ ? Booking, 'Pltonc! UW9776. ? : ? This SAT., MON., TUES., AUG. 24, 26 & 27 EVENINGS at fi o'clock, and at SATURDAY MATINEE at 2 p.m. ' Tlie Dancing Stars of 'Bolero* in the Year's Greatest Dancing Picture ! RH YTHMIC ROMANCE . . - beats two lovers ^ ^j^'-lOMBARDy JS ^ammounlQt'rhiir MARCO Hf#* ihtU nf* Rllph I j LYNNE OVERMhh ? MONROE OWSLEY IRIS ADRIAN ? GAIL PATRICK W WIBLIl«ailll.lll]illi.UJIiJIIIIMMLUWIIipil»IMIIIIlWIMJIHIM Delightful Associate Feature at Every Session — JAMES DUNN with MAE CLAfiKE and NEIL HAMILTON in a fast moving Comedy-Drama of Ncvrcpaper Life, 'T...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

I It is not Too Early to make a Lay-by ! , Many Have already stalled. j The Earlier ? ? The Easlij- ! For Happiness later on. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 OU1LDFORD ROAD Stf R. SWEET NAM, rro prlrlor SERVICE WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY. T ALt ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNAM. CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE ' j PHONE: UW9112 , / Gottage j OBTAINABLE ONLY AT 350 Guildford Road J jflMPBELL'S r® If MERCERY AND SHOE STORE ' ^ * i ' 1 (OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) r . SALE! ? NOW ON ? SALE \J WONDERFUL BARGAINS In MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR !!^/ ALL WINTER STOCK TO BE CLEARED. STRONG WORKING TROUSERS. 5/11. WORK BOOTS. G/ll. AMAZING. PRICES .IN ALL CLASSES. OF FOOTWEAR. We have Just* finished Stocktaking, and all Odd Lines will be Cleared at QUICK SALE PRICES 2/G in the £ off all TAILORING ORDERS. GREEN COUPONS and RED SPOT COUPONS GIVEN. CAMPBELL'S, THE BUSY STORE. For Expert, Quick, Reliable, Guaranteed i|t»IO R€ PAIRS ^ ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

William Metcalfe. & . Co. UNITED , FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 117 CHURCH. ST., FABRAMATTA. UVV S837 apil VW- **&*? (FUNERALS CONDUCTED AT LOWEST RATES. ' ? ' WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH ANY CITY FIRM. TAXIS — - ? AND PRIVATE HIRE CARS E. DEVESCW, Merrylands Phone: UW9693

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Handicraft Exhibition FANCY WORK & COOKING AT GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

Handicraft Exhibition FANCY WORK & COOKING AT GUILDFORD. The Methodist Girls' Comradeship held & \ery succcssful exhibition cf fancy work and cooking, at the Guildford Methodist Church. Mrs. Regan and Mrs. Grosman, the two judges fur the fancy work commented on the dlfliculty of the judging. Mrs. Rutcrlord judged the cooking. Mrs Pnnto 4... In the evening Rev. W. R. Pooie con gratulated the girls on Lhoir wonderful work and achievement. Miss G. M Mor gan rendered a .«-olo very meetly; Mr. MaLhews gave a violin solo, and Master D. Duncum gave en elocution Item. Aften\rards Mr. Poole gave out the prizes to the various winners. Supper clolh i colored;: Miss E. Boyllng 1, Miss Codrmgvon 2. Mii* E. Blsliop 3. Pillow sham (colored): Miss E. Bishop 1, MI&s.W. Haddon 2; white. Miss J. Spence 1 and 2. Duchessc set i colored): Miss E. White 1, Mlis N. Barrctl 2. Miss Dean 3; white, Miss J. Spence 1, Miss A. M. Reid 2, Miss Dean 3. Table centre * white work): MIhs J. Sp...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

M c D O N A L D'S for BETTER QUALITY. SHIRTS OF DISTINCTION ! SUE OlIR NEW SUMMER LINES— Smart Cambrics, nrat I'ullmn in »U llie wanted lines; New Silk Coal Shirt* ; Silk Sports; Milane** Tennis Skirts, etc. MAKE A LAY-BYE. GUILDFORD'S CITY-PRICE MERCERS & DRAPERS. ^ S.C.R. COUPONS.. LAY-BYES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED. ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, S* AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. / Phone: UW9260 ^ AT ANY HOUR. i *'EALIA, Proprietor. WYNYARD STREET ? ? GUILDFORD ' Prompt, Reliable Motor Repairs ! DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE: Merrylands Garage/ OPPOSITE CINEMA. For TROUBLE-FREE SERVICE ! ? HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. WORK GUARANTEED. J. WAVMAN. Proprietor. RING UW 9801. BY SERVICE WE GROW ? THE BEST WAY ;WE KNOW. Merrylands Motors (E. W. VIVIAN, Proprietor) 1 7 2 Merrylands Ro ad, MERRYLANDS. j ' 'Phone: UW8608. / OIL 5/- PER GALLON. AIL ACCESSORIES. \S WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

A S'an Olivette green guit . yFaffi^jy ;^taurcep 'O'Suliivan.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE "MUSTS" SECURING RESULTS FROM ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

FIVE 'MUSTS' SECURING RESULTS FROM ADVERTISING Mr. Arthur Brisbane, known to many for his daily editorials, told a combined meeting of the Washington and Balti more Advertising Clubs a-t the National Press Club recently of the value of ad vertising and how to make it pay divid ends. ?? In five sentences, he gave the 'musts of good advertising.' They are: — VYou must make people see it. 'You. must make people read it.' 'You muit make people understand it. 'Yc% must make people believe it. '?You zmpt oiake-.pe^ilfi want it.' Speaking. '^rom an experience of 51 years as editor and writer, he -emphasised the value' of simplicity in the art of writing,' 'See 'things cl^rly, then descrtoe them simply,'^h? «aid. 'In writing, fiist we must ^aye an idea, ? Then we must get that ;-tflfea.fram our own heads Into the heads (of others.' Mr. Bri^bine declared that he had often told friend^ nhat their advertising man v,*s at^^^^s^iyortant ag, *my-4PjOQO to^ Llwse^^^fe^not ^et' ' they '-v*4 Ad vert...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
I. and O.A. Pensioners MERRYLANDS DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

I. an-l O.A. Pensioners merrylands district TOle-' MwyteSuls Branch of the Old - j\ce trnd 'tpvAUi Pensioheis'- Asi.'cla.tion held tbeir, ,usual pedal 4n .the School of Arta '. 'tast We-liit^.y afterrioon. Mrs. Bums ^^ pcooinpanlste and Mr. Moore ' ledr-tM.Wnuilunlty Eiaging, and they ' ha-l rtiie .oltf :®eqpls rocking with laugh ,t^f^th':th£lr luunorPU5 sketchy. Mr. Oaiwwlh'eang, .Mtases - Dot Boxsell and Murtri RouUl taVe dancc and sontrs: eld iDlok Cut'!?r, ' clog dance ai^s-m^?sBdy:;ShlFl,.flonif6; Mr. Staasni accoraeon;-Mr.''Wat),,;5png; Mr. M. Gor ii r It^i^-Plspjjilpe many of our -M-jA3n^^ baclf;8gBln, after their 111 and a;h^^r«iltemivpn wbb sjvtit. ' Refresh mcnts 'werf perviSfl itp -by' the ladles. Mr. ?. thanked aiiart]pres«fitrt','to.fMrs.'.&roC^tb a tovelyttopx ^jehowlaiM.-'J^.iHeg. cook Eey.' ljpn. i^i«tftiy,ialsp tjipiilced patrons Tor tiirlr 6ald the art iste'. were .-their, servifcfef ti ' anv '. functlon thai was' of 9 charitable nature.':. f

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935

As ifar badk as the 6th rcntury the in haMtjnte'of Ireland were distilling fthisky lor home consumption. As a result -of representations io the House lof Lords -Bn^Zatid)''ln 1923. an Act was passed making it illegal for stills of less than 40 gallons , capacity ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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