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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

RETURN THANKS Mrs. Jane Belts and fanUfy desire to thank ill. D-ctor? and Niirses of Par ia;natta Hospital, Siift Jn P.M.G., re latives and friends %pt tlieir kindness and sympathy during their sad bereave ment.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

LADIES' AUX. R.S. & S.I.L.A. MERRYLANDS BRANCH, — are holding tJi-eir Sec'nd BAZAAR On SATURDAY. AUGUST 31 SCHOOL OF ARTS, MERRYLANDS Games and Novelty IJfcms. Everybody Cordially Welcomed. ADMISSION FREE To/bAZAAR. LUCKY DOOR PICKET. BIG BARGAINS onAhunbls StaU. Havo''y'ur Entrj' iy(ady for COOK ING COMPETITION^ on AUGUST HI, Sciiool of Aits. Meri^Jands. at 2.30. Best SPONGE SANDWICH; 70' x .r-2' Irisli Linen *yabl:(tiotn. Best Plate *^g^IES: Two Irish Linen Gucsi Towels. Must b? 12 entiles in both sections, each accompanied by White Wings flour carton. Prize of 6 lbs. Bushell's Tea for Best CAKE made with Bushell's Coffee or cocoa . Must bs 10 entries, earn accompanied with label fr:m ell's Coffee or Cocoa. M. BAILEY, Hon. Sec. EXPERT TYPING: Expeditious ond Reasonable. Quotes given. All claflftes of work. Miss Doiieen DumbrUlf ' Dins- more,' 32 Cross-st., GullWpKf. ? FOR SALE FOR SALE, Blockwood 1 /C cwt., 6 'H quarter, J2/ liaJf Ion, 22' ton. Coal 2/ cwt. Coke 1,'6 bag. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

CHURCH OF ENGLAND, GUILDFORD. Will hold m A SELECT DANGE In MEMORIAL SCHOOL Oy ARTS, GUILDFORD, / On SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 Firsi-cjjss Otciv srla , Vsflpper Provided TICKET ? ONE SHILLING Miss S. Griffitiis and Mr. L. Single, Hon. Organisers.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Scouts' Annual Dance 1st GUILDFORD TROOP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

Scouts* Annual Dance 1st GUILDFORD TROOP To the strains of melodious musical rhythm, members and supporters of 1st Guildford Boy Scouts, swirled and s-wung on Lhe occasion of tiieir second atuiuaj dance, successfully held at tlie Memorial School bf Arts, Saturday, August 24. The hall, exquisitely decorated, lent itself u- tlie frolic of the evening. The selection of dances -was under tlie capable control of Scoutmaster R. S. Stoddart. There were many entries In the old-time waltz competition, the popular decision being given in favor of Miss E. Jones and Mr. Rex Martin. The spot dance winners were Miss Rosa (Assistant CubmasUr) and Mr. Wallv Bull. A novel and amusing method of decid ing the Monte Carlo, was a meclinical 'bunny on a bike,' the fortunate com petitors being Mrs. E. Burrey and Mr. H. Nealon. Dainty refreshments were served during the evening. The organisers and Ladies' Auxiliary are to be congratulated on their efforts and achievement. Young's orchestra rendered excelle...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

GUILDFORD | ~ PERSONAL Little Beverley Berthon (4), of O'Neill street, is ill In bed with pneumonia, which has followed on a 'flu attack. Mrs. R. Sheridan, of Collector, near Goulburn, is having two months' holiday and is staying at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Chaddock, of Bolton-strcet. 1 Mr. Todd, of Gulldford-road. and part ner, were among the runners-up In Scouts' waltz competition, last Saturday. Our friend certainly dances with superb grace. Mr. Jack Lownds, of 43 Station-Mreet, will be handed tlie 'key' on Saturday. He is now 21 . Mr. and Mrs. Lines and tlvcfr daughter, | old residents of Granville, have come re lently to Jive in Grove-street, Guildford. Mr. Lines is 70 years old. and for over J 30 years has been an officer in the Salva- ' tion Army. | Constable Maynard resinned duties this week, after recovery from his lllnesb. Mrs. J. Inch, of Gulldford-road. is spending a few weeks' with relatives in Brisbane. Mr. W. Nunn*s friends have remarked that they saw him i...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

? ? ? ? — ? ? — ? — ? ? ? — -T pr New Season's .Sports Wear »- I ! TT f T Ik. T 'O J GUILDFORD'S PROGRESSIVE £-? Xl» JL/li\ Hr ana V-Oo DRAPERS AND MERCERS j SPORTS FROCKS for the LADIES, and SHIRTS and PULLOVERS for the MENFOLK. J LADIES' FROCKS. SDUii Silk. Whit?, Pink and Lemon, from .. .. Oil S TENNIS SOX ? Hid pair I EVESHADES ? 1 - rach J NEW SHADES ill SUNNY SPORTS WOOL for TENNIS CARDIGANS. f FLORAL VOILE. Gwaianlred Fan ? 7 Id vard j DIMITY and PIQUE VOILES ? 1 Hi vald j NEW SEASON'S VOILES ? in.' vard. I AND A FREE DRF.SS LENGTH. j DE LUSTRED CREPE. Alliflic Di-sigll; ? ] 1 ] .-. yard ! OTTOMAN SILK in II Brumiiul Sliadrs — Black, Navv. Blw Pink? Blura I and Wllilc-. OUR PRICE Only 1 111 v:\vd. | LADIES ! ! —FOR ALL OCCASIONS — ORGANDI ! ! [ For Day Wtear and Evening Wear: Striped Colorful Organdi, Spotted Organdi, or Plain (all Colors) Organdi, takes Pride of Place. 'L1NES0WN' PRICE for these Delightful Organdis, 40' wide, is only 1/1 l j yard. SPORTS WEAR. SPORTS WEAR. W...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poultry Farmers' Association STATE COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

Poultry Farmers' 'Association STATE COUNCIL MEETING A meeting of the State Council was held at Granville on 9th inst. Mi. H. A. Duncan (vice-president) presided; also present, Messrs. Hudson, Cardy, Williams, Stewart. Miller, Blake, Gilbert, Fleming (organiser) and Webber (secretary) ? In reply to a request to the Department 0 of Agriculture, that further staff be ap- ' assist In the poultry -section, the 'Under-?.' Secretary replied that at present, owing to the financial .position, such additional officers could not be appointed; but it was hoped that In the coitilrig year l^may be possible *to Increase the veterinary 'staff bpth ou the field and. research side, 'in which case the interests rof the poultry section will not be neglected.. The Egg Marketing Board replied to inquiry^lor further information relative to the. Increase in the chairman's salary, but did not give the information desired. Members took strong exception to the tone of the letter, and considered tliat, as prod...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

CAREYS CITY- PRICE-' DRAPERS. NEW SPRfNG GOODS. SILK FLAT CREPE, Double Width, Exclusive Designs, Navy. Black. Nigger and Flag Blue grounds, with neat scattered Floral Designs, also Navy, Black, Brown and Nigger grounds, with Spot effects. OUR PRICE, 2/3 Yard. SUMMER BREEZE. Double Width Guaranteed Fast Dyes, In Exclusive Designs, Specially Selected by us In White and Self-coloured grounds, in Flowers, Sp^ts and Stripis. l/nj Yard. SILK VOILE. Double Width, a eoft sheer fabric, in Whit: and Colored grounds, with Floral Designs. Hid yard. STRIPED SILK DE CHENE, for outdoor wear, neat pin stripes, l.GJ. CHECK GINGHAMS, Double Width, ill all size Checks, Fast Dye, 10J«L CASH ORDERS. LAY-BYES. — ? MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD Spring Time is 'OVOID' Time The Secret of Good Health: / 'OVOIDS' v/ One at Night wil! keep You Right ! 1/3 Bottle, at PETERSON'S PHARMACY, Guildford. NEAR RAILWAY 'PHONE: UWB354. a. e. The GUILDFORD^MTO AGINT- Has seme Choice I^jTOOR SALEMiuild now. — Cottages are s...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

Bordered Curtain Net — Something Special ' at E. JL Line and Co., Guildford — W' r ide and oiily 1/Oi yard.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Children's Concert St. Joseph's Convent School [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

Children's Concert St. Joseph's Convent School Cn Thursday afternoon, August- 22. a rr-o-i successful concert was staged by the children of St, Joseph's Convent School, under the direction of .Miss Wil ton. in the school hall. Bach item was warmly applauded by the crowded audi ence, and Miss Wilson, together with the Sisters, are certainly to be congratulated on-bcth the talent and good conduct thown by tne cnuaren. The proceeds are the 'children's dona tion to t!he uew.'Cathollc Church, and the . following took part: L. Bailey. D. Tamplin, Olive King, I. Brent, B. Braisley. M. Violet and P. Atkinson, Patty Byrne, Edna For rest, B. 'Barker, N. Oprey, D. Hater. D. Donnelley, D. Conguss, K. Palmer. wl*h cii-ruscs. drill and dances by the pupils cf various classes.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAIL-WAGGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

TAIL-W AGGERS A. new and .interesting item 0:1 2UW's programme is a chat by Lcn Maurice every Friday night at 10.20 on the activities of the Tall Waggers* Club. All those who love dogs will be interested In tills now famous club. It was formed in England in 1926 under the supervision of CapL HctobSs who acted as honorary director. Its purpose was to raise funds for canine charities. It became so popu lar ' that the movement spread very rapidly and. In no time had hundreds of thmisnnris rtf mpmhprs till h^str thorn are half-a-mlllion dog members. Over £30,000 has been collected- for vaiir/j.s veterinary work, chiefly in connection with dogs. In 1930 Mr.' George Sutton, of Melbourne, was in England and g-ot in touflh with Tall Wagging people who ap pointed him TaU-Wagger-in-Chief for Australia. All told, there are now over one hun dred different Tall Wagging Clubs throughout the world, including America, China and Japan. The Australian branch' Is run under the auspices of headquarters...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRA TELEPHONE FOR GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

EXTRA TELEPHONE FOR GUILDFORD The Postmaster-General's Department has advised Holroyd Council that a half length public telephone cabinet was pro posed for erection in The Esplanade, Guildford, and asked if council had any objection. — Council did not object. When the googly bowler of the team first took part In big cricket he was a l&tter-carrler. — Hence his slow deliveries.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 29 August 1935

GUILDFORD PRESBYTERIAN A large congregation attended the Pres byterian Church last Sunday. The ad dress was entitled 'Stirring up the Nesi,' and Mr. Furniss, the evangell'it. of tlie Evancglical Association, evidently deeply moved -bis listeners. Prayer meetings are now held every fourth Monday in the month. An effort is being made to conduct a mission at an early date, and Mr. Furnlr,s will be the principal speaker.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROWDED TRAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

CROWDED TRAINS ? '' Reduction', 'of the accommodation for fllrst-class passengers « .the wldlUon of V extra cars, it was ^pointed out to inter ested cbuncljs' migtot.rdUeveJJie'qver. crowding ofiiralns on the . main suburb an line durfjw peak hours. Most coun cils liave agreed, ts-co-opemte jrith VA i combe in protesting to the department against the, congestion. : . '.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

CAREYS 1 SEPTEMBER BARGAINS./ )'* CHILDREN'S RIBBED SILK SOCKS, all Shades, tlzes 4 la 12 shoes, ! ' ALL ONE PRICE, 'id. \frK CIIILDKEN-S PINEAPPLE SILK 3 SOCKS, all Shades, sizes 8 U- 4 shoes. |.^ ALL ONE PRICE, 1,OJ S'? 6 i GENT.'S ATHLETIC SINGLETS, aU dies ? 1,'- ^ L£ BARBERS' TOWELS, Pure Quality ? Fire for I/- fcv, HA1RCORDS, Fast Dyes, New Design* ? 7Jd Yard | ;: FANCY FUJI-DE-LUXE, known for it« Washing, 20 New Designs, lOJd yd jj : UNBLEACHED CALICO, Pure Quality, 36 in: SPECIAL, 6d yd.. 5/6 dm. f;S New Range of SUMHERBREEZE, FLAT CREPES and SILKS Now jj£ Opened Up. ' Sftj -i' ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN. LAY-BYES ON EVERYTHING «| .MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD J RESTORE YOUR NERVES / 1 1 ? WITH ? / -'I SELMO TONIC / k| (Rich m Phosphates) ~/ raj It Makes you FEEL WELL, EAT WELL. SLEEP WELL & KEEP WELL. SI Full Size, 4/- Half Size, 2 6 1 FROM 'J PETERSON'S PHARMACY, Guildford. if NEAR RAILWAY THONE: UW8354. j !;« — ? — |J DOLLS' HOSPITAL Leave Your Repairs at: G. WYCH, Newsa...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

A. E. RUST, The G€ILDPORD LAND AGENT . Has some Choice Lotr, FOR SALE. Build now.— Cottages are scarce In this town. Phone UW8951. . M. MAY, J 188 GOTLDPORD ROAD Cnear WoodyUle Road) - GROCERIES, FRUIT AND ' CQNFECTIONEfcT LAUNDRY done at Shortest Notice Agent lor George' Austen and Co, Seeds _ ? Pnone: UW8308, ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

t. r: r^n&ns j ELECTBICAI, CONTttACTOR VI 13 CHAMBERLAIN .RD.: G0ILDFORD, and WARE ST.. FADMTELD. ' t TEL., VW8163; tastallatlons and ; Repairs, al Reasonable . 1 ? ' . ? ?? Rates;-'- '?. ?. ..-?? ? ? Work canied put -Promptly with ? BeskMateruOs. ?. ? Kayser -Hosiery: for choloa . *»ee the range nt E. fib Une and Co., Gulldf ord,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

I ?; .^^^ ? , ? , ? J^5^ ! f- Now Under New Management. I j; THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY |! i; ^ and Saturday Matinee: || f sThe Greatest Cast of the Year — | I ? , Robert Montgomery, Clark Gable and . : :' , Joan Crawford i j 'Forsaking all Others' V MONA BARRIEin— / j 'Ladies Love Danger/ And flie COLORED CARTOON— ^ ;j 'TALE OF VIENNA WOODS.' j MONDAY & TUESDAY: ii PAT O'BRIEN and JAMESICAGNEY |i 'Devil Dogs of the Air' Will Hay in 'DANDY DICK.' N ! And COLORED CARTOON— j 'THE VALIANT TAILOR.' j NEXT WE.EK— 'SWEET ADELINE' and 'WE'RE NOT DRESSING' RADIO! SERVICE AND SALES. . Sets Recalibrated for New Station Wavelertgths ANV TYPE. MODERATE CHARGE.. A. TRAVERS, v/ 15 GROVE STREET, ' -jCUILDFOED. ? - ? : ? f- — : ? DULCIE -!.? ROHAN, A.T.C.L / (Pupil of Brunton Gibb). / TEACHHK OF ELOCUTION'. / 12 tfALBQT HOAD, V GUILDFORD. G. A. Hopping/ FRUITERER * GREENGROCER / Goods Freeh' from the Markets Dally/ WE GIVE' GREEN COUPONS V RELIEF COUPONS, . treated AS CASH NURSE BROAD / 36 MA...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
G.U.O.O.F., CAMDEN DISTRICT. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

G.U.O.O.F., CA1VIPEN.' DISTRICT. ANNUAL DISTKICT MEETING The 12(h annual distrttt Sheetinit or the alwve ivas held in the -Mltonic Hall! McriyJands, on Saturday tjlghj, delegates being present from lodges Ttlrlmere to Oranville; Grnnd Lodge. Represented hy Bro. CuiTan (Grand Du-ector) and Dist rict, Officers from ParramaUa, Sydney IllHworra and Northern Suburbs were pre frf'nt . In welcoming the Grand and District oHiccrs, Uie District Master, Bro Ralten ouiy. said lie buelcd that they would liave a pleasant lime. .J Giand Director, Bro. Curran? replylnc staled that It was a pleasure to Some along and renew old friendships He gave some interesting figures on the i*o grcss of the society, noting that the Cam den District was playing it* part In adding to the success, as 'shown toy, their agenda pnjier. ? - ? Menylands branch provided a sump tuous banquet lu the evening, under the aivection of Bro. Swan, N.G. The follow ing loasis were honor«l!-''nie king' toy , lie clialnnan, Bro. Sw...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

? / HAVE YOU SEEN — ? _ / THE NEW CELLOPHANE JAM POT COVERS. Six])ence. \\J THE NEW MY ACT CROCHET EDGES BOOK, Sixpence. I v '1-HE CHART showing all the WIRELESS STATIONS in THEIR Propjr Positions, in 'THE WIR2LESS WEEKLY.' Tlircepullce. THE NEW WIRELESS BOOK. -RVDIOPROGRAM.' Tlireepence THE NEW INDOOR GOLF GAME lor Adults find Keen Golfers — a Card Game full of inter:«t. 4 6. THE NEW GAME. 'BOB'S Y'R UNCLE,' wllich is a rage in England. ? This Intriguing Game is 3'- a Pack. THE NEW MILLERS SPORTING ANNUAL fui tile Spent, 2 - Copy. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. SWEETNAM, Pro prletor SERVICE WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY. / ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSDRE GREASING. WYN'AM. CYCLIC AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TF.STED FREE. PHONE: UW91I2 Gottage ARE Kitchen /^L,/*^** Made WCW|»y OBTAINABLE ONLY AT 350 GuHdford Road| Gel Your Share of the After-Sale Bargains CAMPBELL'S MERCERY AND T SHOE STORE / (OPPOSITE cMERRYLANDS HOTEL) ?...

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