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SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL. BROUGHTON ST. GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL, BROUGHTON ST.. GUILDFORD Sunday, 7.15 p.m., Mr. J. Craig. ' Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Prayer and Ad dress to Christians. Wfcdnesday, 2.30 p.m., M'Uicre* meeting. , Thursday, 8 p.m., Voung people only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
TENNIS PLAYERS! . BENTLEY'S TOURNAMENT RESTRINGS ? 15/- AGENT FOR N.S.W. SPORTS STORE. RACKETS ON EASY TERMS. ' . KRAK-SH0T SENIOR RACKEtS, usually 75/-, REDUCED to 60/- See Our 'EXPERT' RACKET, 55/-. MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE, Soie Distributors for Krak-Shot on SOUTHERN LINE. —GOOD FRUIT— GOOD HEALTH— FROM— - e. EZZY'S / 'FRUIT CENTRE' 1 88 Merrylands Road, MERRYLAlNDS. IIONZER'R BREAD. FRESII EGGS DAILY. SALADS AND VEGETABLES THAT TEMPT \OU. AT REASONABLE PRICES. EMERGENCY RELIEF COUPONS TREATED AS CASH. COMING EVENTS (Two lines, 6d per insertion; four insertions, 1 0j LADIES' AUX.'r.S. & B.I.L.A. MERRYLANDS BRANCH. Have y:ur Entry Ready for COOK ING COMPETITION on AUGUST 31, ♦ School of Arts, Merrylands, at 2,30. * Best SPONGE SANDVlCH; 70' x hV i Irish Linen Tablxloth, / Beet Plate SCONES; Two Irish JUUeii Guest Towels. / Must be 12 entries in both/section9, each accompanied by WhJLcJwings flour carton . * Prize of 6 lbs. Bus-hWl's Tea for Best CAKE made with BushelJ's Cof...
P. AND C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
P. AND C. ASSOCIATION A special meeting of the Guildford Par ents and Citizens' Association was called . 011 Tuesday, 13th Inst., at the request of the secretary,. to obtain views and instruc tions regarding the lecture on 'Romance of Travel,' and jtiven&e fancy dress ball, ecu utrou iui ocpicaawv-^D juiq uciooer iu. The : meeting decided^ carry oh with' the lecture on September 26, and cancel the ball on October J0» &s it would follow too closely the ball tb.be held by the staff. Hie lecture by the'Vacuum Oil Coy.,'on the 14th Inst., in the .Memorial School of Arts, Guildford, iwas well attended, there being no vacant seats; The lecture wan most Interesting, and was In the- capable hands of Mr. G. Sattler, aviation officer of the Vacuum Oil Coy.
Newest Creations HINTS FROM MOVIE STARS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
Newest Creations HINTS FROM MOVIE STARS An exquisite white satin wedding gown, quilted entirely by hand, Is worn by Maureen O'Suliivan in MetroGold wyn-Mfi^efl's 'Anna Karenina,' Ttf? dress is .trimmed with hand -woven lace and tiny white satin gardenias. Joan Crawford's personal wardrobe contains something decidedly new in q clctail dresses. The gown has a hlgh waisted skirt of black -rouge cr:g-e, held in place by a feminine version of mus cular braces. The waist Is tucked, white qatin. An elaborate hand-embroidered Chin ese robe is worn by Jean Harlow in 'China Seas.' Ihe robe, fashioned by neavy black satin, has a sunburnt de sign embroidered in white silk, starting in the back and oontinued around tc trim the front. Ytou've never seen a swimming suit until you see the new' one Adrian d n©d II .t Joan Crawford to wear in 'No More Ladies.' One-piece and stream lined, it is solid white except for four blue X's down the front. Attach^ at at the shoulders is a dramatic cape, ? ^nee-...
GUILDFORD U.A.P. AUGUST DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
GUILDFORD U.A.P. AUGUST DANCE On -Saturday night last, in thie Guild ford Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts, fhe Guildford UA.P. (senior and Ybungtr Set) held Xhcir August dancc, which, as usual, was successful^ Mr. Jack Lownds'. acted efficiently sprcM£.- Everyone1 had an enjoya^c,£i,(hil)aig^.-da^ng .-to' the v. strains ' of the Jtand,' * September carnival dauocf wiU be 'lield oii BaUftday, September
TENNIS TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
TENNIS TOURNAMENT * ? A very successful gent's, tennis tourna ment was held at Milford court last Sun day. Proceeds arc in and of the Schooi of Arts, and the organiser was Mr. Mo Cullcn. Winners were: Messrs. Bert and Arthur Williams (1st dlv.). Messrs. Filt ness and C. Dirks (2nd dlv.). Runners up, Messrs. B. Crome and others.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
?*' Sheets, Sheeting and Towels HAVE YOU SEEN THE SPECIALLY SELECTED/ feAfoGE AT ? . \ EXJT T I /GUILDFORD'S PROGRESSIVE ? JLl« l^llN SL ana vOtv/ drapers and mercers I SHEETS— Ready-made, U.B.— Double Bet 2 lli each* Thieetjuartcr Bed, 2. I each; Single Bed, 1,'1U each. BLEACHED SHEETS— Single Bed, 5 1] pair; Cot Sheets, 1 lli each. | SHEETING — U.B., 30', 6d yard; 54'. Hid yard; 68'. 1 U yard: 80'. l '3 yd STRONG WHITE TWILL SHEETING ? 54', I 'll yard; 80'\ 2.6 yard ! TOWELS— Beauitful Fast Colored Towels. A complete new range of Osman and | Dri-GIo hard wearing absorbent Towels. j j SMALL FACE TOWELS from ? 9£d cacn I LARGE BATH TOWELS from ? 1 6i each iMAKE A LAY-BY FOB YOUR SUMMER NEEDS. I I Dull Silk Milanese BLOOMERS, 2/6 pair. Corsets from 2 11 ea. Brassieres from 1 | Let us fit you for your new Corset — Berlei, La Mode, Modeme Corsets, etc. SHIRTS ! SHIRTS ! Still a few GOLF SHIRTS at 3/11. Usually sold ai 5 ;ll and G.'ll. I Further Supplies of COAT SHIRTS At the Wonder Val...
GUILDFORD U.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
GUILDFORD -UA.P, -V . Guildford branch U.A,P. has. arranged, through . .the official organiser (fcir. .^a. ' McAr&tnrlj for a. concert party to .visit ' Gulldfor* at the'ifiext branch meeting, ' 'I^iesdart7l3epLej5bSr3i, Scanning's Han. r ... «1^11 Mttl^j^^supparters'jitt i ► pan., fiTier^ wfiicU 'the conccrt t^Ry. will -'? . .v .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935
FRIDAY and SATURDAY AUSTRALIA'S FINEST PICTURE!! w J ^ Chosen by tl* r GUI^^ BALMY e)l BREEZES MADE THEM BALMY TOO! CLAIRE TREVOR \^ /) WAIT&'R KING zasu pins \^q/ JACK HALEY SIEGFRIED RUMANN |f\I^M MITCHELL and DURANT ^ |H PmlvttJ by Rdtrt T. K**t gf« ., Jl DtrrtuJ by Oydt Bmkmsm 9 Tfl Vf tm tl* pUi 'M«n tiline Tign / l- Dtn n,dt W K-if Csjhr j /)/X--*- * && CARTOON. NEWS REEL. MONDAY and TUESDAY 'RocKs of Valpre' / Also, 'WITH WILLIAMSON BENEATH THE SEA.' MUSICAL SHORT ? and ? NEWS REEL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd— SPECIAL SCHOOL HOLIDAY MATINEE. G. A. Hopping ) ? FRUITERER & GREENGROCER . / Goods Frrsh from the Markets Dally * WE GIVE GREEN COUPONS RELIEF COUPONS treated AS CASH NURSE BROAD/ 3G MANCHESTER STREET, / MERRYLANDS, 4 ? ^ CERTIFICATED, A.TJJ.A. ?„ 'Phone TJW940D. Outdoor Cases Attended In Surrounding Districts. EN ROUTE TO THE 'REGENT' / Call at j M. TAYLOR ,J 359 GUILD FQ BO ROAD V UP-TO-DATE SUNDAE & MILK BAB LATEST GOLBKANSEN REFR...
Loftus Park [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935
Loftus Park At the Church of Clirtst, Mr. Terry addressed the morning meeting last Sun day. Speaking on Rev. 3, he said that the hatred of religion was becoming more' dominant in people, governments and nations, and that people laugh at Christ ianity. The' recent happenings overseas ? were in keeping with Scripture, and news God had said: 'His people (Jews) will go back to Palestine, and it shall blossom as a rose.' 'I »will not cce the right-sous forsaken or my children begging bread.' Mr. Terry forsaw the time when Pales tine would supply the world with oranges. The dfly of the Lord is near at hand, scon tlie door will be shut, and .there will be a glorious day for tlie Christian. ' 'There's going -0 be a great reunion then,' he. remarked. A party of young church people will be attending the Christian Endeavour Con ference in GranviUe, next Saturday after- , noon, and a basket tea will take place 1n the evening.
OLD-AGE PENSIONERS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935
OLD-AGE PENSIONERS Blacktown Slit re Council asked Holroyd Council,' by drcujar., cn Tuesday night, to co-opcrnte In an Effort to liav- t^e law amende d to fix the iape 'for old-age pension at 60 years instead of. 65 as at present. — The Mayor, ruled the letter out of order, as It was not -council matter.
RIFLE SHOOTING 4/3rd Battalion Club [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935
RTFLE SHOOTING 4 /3rd Battalion Club Excellent weather conditions .prevailed at Anz9c Rifle Range on Saturday la^t, there being only a slight north-easterly breeze and a clear sunny ckv. Owing to another miliary counter attraction, and the fact tint the slrvet was only a prac tice, and did not count in' the yearly pggr°gate, the attendance taas rather raiali. Firing at. 700 yards (10 s-.bots. 2 sights) the following soorcis were recorded: — Cpl. A. Rotiiery 36, Pie. L. A. Smith 32. L.-Cpl. ' A. JefTress 29, Fte. R. Mason 29, Lieut. A. Dowsctt 26. ? I
MERRYLANDS CYCLING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935
MlERRYLANDS CYCLING CLUB The above held a 35 miles race on the usual coursel on Saturday, 24th inst. Results: F. Lewis. 6.20, 1: A. Fear, 4.50, 2; M. Terry, 4.40, 3; H. Deveson fastest Ume, 38.24. F. Lewis, riding ftronglv thomghout, was ncvpr troubled, to win easily. A. F?ar and M. Terry, who filled the minor places, are both very consistent riders. The first prize w&6 10/6 coen order, do nated by the stotionnia^ter. MerrylanHr.. R. Devcson a*ain demonstrated his abllitv as a time trial rider. Riding from wratoh he was giving the nearest rider to him 3.20. He has been rcoor^'ng «nme re markable times' lately, if this ride* keeps uo his -phenomenal riding he will cer tainly go on to greater deeds in the near future.