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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

^v;-y .... / ? . ? ? / Easiness as Usual i / ;/ ' J / During Alterations Y Peterson's Pharmacy L. .-.. GUILDFORD jf Phone UW 8354 I M J LAMBERT I 244 WOODVILLE RD. f (Corner Lansdownc Street) All GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL REQUISITES Keenest Prices. Give me a trial IVOR JAMES 242 WOODVILLE ROAD ( Corner Lansdowne Street) HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Best Leather. (!-il(inns Half Soled and Heeled from 2/6. l.iidi.-s. 3/fi. Gents., 4/6. T. R. RANKIN5 Licer.red Electrician I ) Chamberlain Rd.. Guildford, and Ware St.. Fairfield ? Al! Electrical Repairs and Installations j Phone UW 8163 I R. E. PETERS * MerrySands Road ». ?:?'. (rear of Young's) M( Merrvlands m THE ORIGINAL LICENSED M- r LUMBER, GASFITTER and P^ DRAINER ;??' s / Est. 20 Years Estimates Free. All Work Guaranteed Sanitary Work a Speciality Phone UW 9464 Mrs. M. MOCKLER 275 GUILDFORD ROAD Try Us for FRIED FISH AND CHIPS Also Fresh Fish Daily ( £' ' ' ? m.njuimDm riuvts. I di ' BEST MATERIALS AND p ? WORKMANSHIP. n| NURSE ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY. A very pleasant evening was held in the Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Guildford, last Saturday, when Mr. and Mrs. A. Beard, of Bursill St., Guildford, entertained about 65 guests in honour of their only daughter Mary, who celebrated her coining of age. The floral decorations of gladioli, dahlias, delphiniums and roses were sent from Orange for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Beard received the puests, the latter wearing a gown of figured flat crepe with a shoulder posy of fragipanni. The guest of honour looked very charming in her gown of frilled white organdie pat terned in pink and blue flowers. Dancing and games occupied the ''ening. Mr. H. Willis made a very . lable M.C. The music was sup plied by W. Poole, J. Stuart and M. Campbell. After supper was served, Mr. Willis called upon the Rev. J. Poole to propose the toast of the guest of the evening. The company then sang 'For she's a jolly good fellow.' The Rev. J. Poole, after congratula ting Miss Beard, or, as he sa...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

OBITUARY. We regret to hear of the sudden death of Mrs. Archie Patten, of the well-known family of grocers. It appears that Mrs. Patten took a stroke while on a holiday at Leura, and died the same night. She leaves live sons. The employees and all local residents tender their sym pathy to the bereaved relatives. Mrs. Patten was buried in the indepen dent Cemetery at Rookwood on Sat urday last. An effort to organise those de barred from dole and relief work owing to permissible income regu lations is being made in Liverpool,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GU[?]FORD METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

G&LdFORD METHODIST CHURCH Sunday Services, February Z4Ui. 11 a.m.—MT., G. W. Cotton 2.45 p.m.— Sunday School. 7.15 pjn.— Mr. A. Locke.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

IBBfiSSfil Regent, Guildford j^|ral9flHB| Extra Special I|hHH^^|H Matinee I^H^^^^^^^^^^^M February 23rd iHi^^^^^H^HI ' Capt. McFarlane's Mar Mi^H^^^^H vellous PERFORMING JI^H^^H^HH DOGS and MONKEYS. l^^^^^l^^^BH Also new COMPETI i^^Hi^i^H^H ;j TION for the Ghildren j^^^^HI'l A beautiful SPEED - f^^^^^^^^Hw 1 WELL BICYCLE as the |^^^^^^^^^|^^D|^ pfize« An easy competi l^^^^^^^^HRiHHr tidn for children of all

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABRA COUNCIL. 11th February, 1935. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

CABBA COUNCIL. 11th February, 1935. A letter from M. G. Edwards, ask ing for an extension of watey main from Liverpool St. to his cottage, was received by the Cabra Vale Council. Application will be made to Water Board to undertake the work. The Aldermen of Cabra Vale will inspect Orphan School Creek, as Mr. Mitchell, of Canley Vale, said it was dangerous to launch and boat traffic on account of the obstructions. The A.P.R. Association asked Cabra Council to supply information re revenue received, so that they could assess the cost of the licence. Mr. W. H. Dixon, the dismissed relief worker, refuses to make ap plication, as the Mayor who dis missed him will be chairman of the Appeals Committee. Mrs. Larsen and other residents complained to the Council of stray ing stock nuisance. Mr. Wright of Hollywood pleasure grounds, proposes to take in at the junction of Prospect Creek and Georges River with a sharkproof fence. Council gave their approval. Combined action to make Georges River...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

| K 'Phone: UW BSD*. . I J- L. GARDEN iM Licensed Plumber, Gufttter and jil' Sanitary Engineer f f' 149 Woodville Rd., Merryland- 5 '' ' Estimate* Given Free. All CUues d = '? * Runniw Aft Worlf Cp»T»nt«wJ. V-% m A meeting was convened on Feb i, 1§ ruary 11th in Fairfield to form a Dog f. r Fancier's Club. ??? ,|; 'i The Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park '?' f* ,: was ve-opened to the public last Fri i 'f. day. February 15th. 1 * ' Granville Army Band' will be \ ?» ?? playing in the main street of Guild- . ?Vi? ford next Friday night, at 8 pjn. i|- Bright singing, Hymn Tunes. V Marches and selections by the Band || TRAPES AND PROFESSIONS I MISS D. W. MILIEU Teacher of Pianoforte, Theory and Harmony ; Studio: 64 Bolton Street, Guildford MISS M. COX EXPERT DRESSMAKER MODERATE PRICES 314 GUILDFORD ROAD GUILDFORD Mrs. E. SIMMS DRESSMAKER All Cluie* of Pleating and Hemttitdung __ Buttons Covered Renovation* and Alteration! a Speciality. 310 and 285 CUILDFORD ROAD Classified AdvertitenienU PUBL...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABRA VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

CABRA VALE. I Returned Soldiers meeting — Elec- | tion of Officers — next Tuesday, 26th February. Mr. James Byron has taken over Mr. Bowcher's Estate Agency busi ness at Cabramatta. Mr. J. Beasley is expected at the A.L.P. meeting on 25th February in Cabramatta. Other notable visitors arc invited. Proceeds from 'Back to Cabra Vale Week' Carnival will be handed to the local Returned Soldiers and Boy Scouts. Five Councils will have a confer ence to make George's River shark proof. Mr. Kitto, P.M.GU has consented to instal anotKer telephone cabinet for public use when circumstani. permit. CANLEV VALE. Mctrop. District Rifle Club Assoc. Saturday's results — E. Grade: Liver pool-Cabra Vale, Grand Aggregate, 1560, Day's Total, 327. H. Swinfield C9, G. Menzies 68, W. McKenzie 65, G. Strange 63, J. Strange 62. -Mr. Clydesdale Minister, of Phelph St., Canley Vale, and President of Churches of Christ, N.S.W., has re turned from his country visits.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

^[OLROYD. ! Mrs. Tamplin, Senior, of Clement j St., Guildford, is away for a chanei- : for a fw lia.vs. i Cows nvc still voaming in Iho di. trict, in (iriir.nco of I ho Council. Mr. (Jollan. of Military Rd.. wr hear, 1 1 a .- :-old. l'.i- jiroprrly ninl bought on.- -il Kairtield. The iVlpi-vyiamis West I . ami - . Associa'.'on mrt on February lOili. when Mr. Hillier, the President, con demned the drinkinp facilities ;it Merryi.ind-; -Station. He moved ;h;il the loc:il moniber place thc matU'v before Vm- Minisicr of Htallh as an urgent request, that thc Railway Coinmiasioncrs provide an up-to-date bubbler. He stressed the need alsc . for an up-to-date library, and urged the members to make a start with ; one. He sug-g-ested social funclion^ , as a means to securing funds and I encouraging thc parents to take ' greater interest. j .Mrs. Keel, of Lansdowne St., has ? just returned from a holiday at } Wyong, and greatly improved in , health. : Mrs. Smith has returned from :i . brief hol...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

TRICOLOUR GARAGE I AT STATION, GUILDFORD I HEDLEY D. THOMAS I Service, Repairs and Satisfaction I Guaranteed. H Petrol, Oils and Accessories H ? Stocked. ? ? For the I CHOICEST QUALITY FRUITj ? in Season jfl Visit . M REG. GREENTREE 1 Guildford's Leading Fruiterer I 331 GUILDFORD ROAD, I GUILDFORD ? Cliildren Served with the Utmost Care 'I and Attention H ? Relief Order* Taken ? ? J. S. BALDWIN I ? THK ? I Grnccr k Produce fllercliani I 457 MERRYLANDS-R»i. I ? MEBRYLAKDS ? I RIO-RITA I Merryiands Road I MERRYLANDS I AGENTS FOR 1 SARGENTS v I PIES, CAKES and PASTRY We Get Two Deliveries Daily BREAD! BREAD! BREAD! BUT ONLY ONE } Coleman's BREAD .. For Quality there is no equal ?'; RING UW 8586 1 and our cart will call 1 WE DELIVER 1 Carts daily to all parts of I ? Dittrict ? f[ The Australian Legion \'M\ THE LADIES' AUXILIARY M) Guildford Returned Sailorf and 1 Soldiers' Club I Will hold tlieir First Meeting of thc 'j: Year at tj THE CLUB ROOM on j TUESDAY, 26th FEBRUARY, I at 2.30. I...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U.A.P. NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

U.A.P. NEWS. O I ? On Saturday next, the 23rd Feb- 3 I luary. 1935, under the auspices of * 9; I Guildford Branch,*, the second, annual , wk I Granville Electorate U.A.P. picnic :*l I will be held at Hollywood Pleasure . ': I I Ground. %, Buses -vill leave Guildford ; I I Fire Station at i)J30 a.m., returning ' I I about 7.30 p.m. Lunch and tea will '[ I I be supplied at tables for adults, and J I I special arrangements have - been i I made for. the children's welfare. J. Life savers have been engaged for I the beach. A qualified ambulance ' | officer willbe in attendance at a fy^Kt^& J equipped .ambulance station. AjHH&3» | 'tance -'to' 'buses and grounds is 'Effc-,!^* -f- pass, issued by members of the com-' i| mittee and branch secretaries. vj Branch members and supporters of I Dr. Fleck, M.L.A., together with | their families, are eligible to apply i* for jpasses. The children to the age I of 14 years .'are- transported and I catered for free ,of all cost. 1 In t...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET Fixtures for February 24th and March 2nd [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

CRICKET. ? Fixtures for February 24th and March 2nd A Grade: Castle Hill v. Merrylands t Bowler and Owen). B Grade: — Guildford v. Rovers (S. Bell and Field); True Blues v. Cen 1 1 al (Westbrook and Deed); Merry ville (a bye). C Grade: — Guilds v. Merrylands (Hodges and Williams); Warrigats v. Clyde (Fawbert and Yewdall); Central v. Progress (Bennett and Findley). Pitt Row v. Guildford (Shaw and Bartlett). VIGORO. Match played on Vagabonds Ground, Merrylands. v. Guildford Centrals. Centrals, 1st innings, 64, 2nd in nings, 5; Vagabonds, 1st innings, 42, 2nd innings, 2G. Guildford Centrals won by 2 runs. Another, victory was experienced by the Merrymakers on Saturday last, when they returned the defeat which the A.M.A.B-'s gave them in thc first round, the scores being as follows: — Merrymakers, 1st innings, 52, 2nd innings, 4 wkts. for 21 runs. A.M.A.B.'s, 1st innings, 31, 2nd in nings 36 Merrymakers won by 8 wkts and 6 runs. We understand that there is to be a new Returned Soldiers'...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

GUILDFORD SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS MILITARY ROAD GUILDFORD LIBRARY— 1000 Volumes. BILLIARDS — 3d per game during afternoons. HALL for Letting — Reasonable Rates. WHY NOT CALL AND SEE THE LIBRARIAN? It is your own Institution Become a Member now :: 2/6 per quarter

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

GUILDFORD AND DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. President: W. M. Norrie, J.P. Autumn Show Saturday, March 16th, 1935 Soldiers Memorial School of Arts, Guildford Open 3 till 10 p.m. Admission 6d. Official Opening at 4 p.m. by Dr. C. C. Fleck, M.L.A. Silver Cups, Champion Certificates, and Cash Prizes. Champion Cup for best collection of Dahlias. Flowers, Vegetables, Cookery and Fancy work. Get Schedules from Guildford News agency, Singles Produce Store, Guild ford Road, or Hon. Sec., 135 Hawkes view St., Guildford.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET, HORSLEY PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

CRICKET, HORSLEY PARK. Horsley scored 60, being well beaten by Weatherell Park with 190. The selectors dropping one of Hors ley's best all-rounders, Les Appel, made a big difference to Horsley's score. One of the best bowlers in the Western District is young Rub. Dillow, taking 10 wickets in 13 overs at Blacktown.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

REGE'T NEWS. On Friday, and Saturday March 1st, we offer you something different in love stories in 'Advice to the Love lorn,' with Lee Tracey and Sally Blane. As Cupid, he was the .world's worst marksman. Don't go to Reno, go to the Regent and see 'Advice to the Lovelorn'; it's better than a trip home to mother. Once again the inimitable Charles Ruggles appears at the Regent in 'Murder in the Private Car,'! with Una Mer kel. You'll lauRh, then you'll scream. You'll scroam then you'll laugh, at CVa:\ Buggies in the funniest mys tr.i v ;;tory ever to reach the screen. Mk-liy Mouse cartoon and newsreel. Monday and Tuesday. Cinesound's merry 'Mo-sical' comedy of a mil lion laughs. 'Strike Me Lucky,' with Mo (Roy Rene), Australia's prcatcst comedian, supported by Yvonne Banvard and a bevy of gor poous Australian girls. Mo's mcry 'Mo-sical' moments mean a million laughs for you. Second feature these two nights: Wpr'-PT*. William, Margaret Lindsay, and Lyle Talbot in another hit f~om tho ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

/ If Winter Comes E. H. LINE &- C«ft W j/ Drapers and Mercers, Guildford Can supply your Every Need. j ? ? Better be prepared — make your Lay-by. f j MEN'S WEAR Latest Designs in Men's CARDIGANS and PULLOVERS. See the Window Display of the attractive designs. CARDIGANS ? ? 15 11 and 17/6 PULLOVERS. LINES OWN PRICE ? 13/11 Men's FLEECY LINED VESTS ? 2/11 each LIGHT WOOL and COTTON VESTS and UNDERPANTS, 3/11 each CASHMERE SOX and SILK and WOOL SOX from' . . . . 16 pair BLAZERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Really First Quality Garments. 0 to 5 5/11, 6 to 10 6/11, 11 to 13 7/6. STRIPED BLAZERS. Ladies 16/6, Men's £1/1/-, Children's from 11/6 ea. HOUSEHOLD NEEDS BLANKETS, all varieties, at Lines Incomparable Low Prices. FEATHER EIDERDOWNS, all colours. Full size double bed. 33/6 each ? Green Coupons ? Lry-Byes ? All Cash Orders Taken WOOL i All the latest Wools. Plain, Heather Mixture, Tartan Marls, Crepe, Wool, I. Sunny Sports, Silversheen, Azalea, Lady Betty, Vest, Sunbeam and Wynard Woo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD SOLDIERS GO TO WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

GUILDFORD SOLDIERS GO TO i WORK. Fourteen men were sent to work last week through the local sub branch of the R.S. & S.I.L.A. £60 I in wages back to Guildford each week . _ 1 The latest recruit to join this sub branch holds the Croix De Guere, j the Order of the Crown (Belgium), and the Cross of St. Anne, with 1914 15 Star Service and Victory Medals. As an A.I.F. Intelligence Officer he did special service in France, then attached British Army Russia, Per sia and India. He led before and heads the Guildford boys again on Anzac Day. The local sub-branch holds Tin Hat Day on March 16th. I The N.S.W. State Pensions Officer, Mr. Roberts, of the league, attends our next meeting on March 7th. ANNIVERSARY. On February 10th and the follow ing Sunday the Merrylands Baptist Sunday School held their anniversary services. Mr. McNeice conducted the choir, assisted by the orchestra and organ. The first Sunday Mr. Simp son, of Gladesville, gave an illus trated address, and Mr. W. L. Cousin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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