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CHURCH OF CHRIST LOFTUS PARK. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

CHURCH OF CHRIST LOPTUS PARK. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. Christian Sndeavor at 10 a.m. Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Bible School 3 p.m. G-i?)Pl Service. 7.15 p.m. Mid-week meeting, Wed., 8 p.m.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

THE CHURCHES SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arus. 11 aji!., 3 p.m., T p.m. The Services are Bright and Helpful. Come and Hear the Old Old Siury. - A Welcome awail* you.

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

GUILDFORD SUB-BRANCH R.SS.LLA. ^ *1'-|H NEXT DANCE - |BH In MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF AhVTS IffHaal Nrxl SATURDAY. SEPTF.MBEb/ '.. -lll^B Imperial Orche&lra . t Supuv/^ Hl^H TICKETTS : ONE ' SKILUWU : ^'Haaaal Tlie Usual surcWr fll^l ROY BRENT, M.C. 'IT1II M. McNADOHT, Hon. See. ?iwH 4 3rd BATTALION RIFLE CLUB .'illl ? FIRST ? ciUI Annual CLUB BALL ;|H will be held Vi ttu- 'jVI DRILL HALL. WOOD\ILLE -hOAn, '-SHaalv MERRYLANnj, / j SHs SATURDAY, OCTOBUT 12, M35 ? ||fl 9 Cabaret Style : SjrfpVTMieis *~fa each 'villl Lucky.Door «Mt 5'-. BesftBrcsRcd Htlfl TahtnJlj|-B7. mnelng 8-T &m. ' ^iffll ? ? . S 1 YES, SEPT. 21 I- I is Oi-; dats of the , I,1 (? NEXT DANCE / |i 1 In Ule MASONIC HALL. \ / - :'| ? Impei-ial Orchertra supplies tlie Mushr % j S Vim for a Happy E%-enlng: j| j S The GUILDFORD AND DISTRICT 11 9 HORTICULTURAL SOCTCTV. M B A. G. ROTHERY. Hon. Sec. M ?;? SPRING SHOW: OCTOBER 26. 1935. S HH _^ ? -III Jazz & Old-Time Dance IfH in MERRYLANDS MASONIC HALU °| IB ...

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

, Old Guildford M - V ? ?'-. - -fa SB SPORTS ASSOCIATION . ' ' . sBfH A Sports Association has been formed W in Old Guildford. We/hear1 ji cyclists1' f:i track is projected and fthatfthe Iground ' _ fc lc now being cleared. ''Mr.* Masters, of .'. ' ''% Orchardlcigh-rd., and MriKunawaUla are . . I; showing great Interest iiuthe project, the ~ ? \: : latter giving the association the use of \ pi hiS land.- 1 / ' ;/ fc '?:??,.? : . ' . V . jj ! .snakes/ earlya .. ?? '? jV.j| Two snakeS were unearthed MjBpriug- : H neld^st.. Olfl tJuildfor^, last wewt.:' Oue ? g -va^jaUe^tat|W;«ther iMo^wftr ' || ? ? 7 siA^ff nntrooj 4n':oqluspw . ? ? ? w ., 'Th'9mi£'^en^y,S56XwSVWvtni't.illls' ??' ? FK sulky in iParrahifitta-road,' Lldcombe;. on P his wftyMmeiJoialllfer-ri^et, Old Guild; .: .* ' tordj-a(*nday, -WiWii collision bcjSimd -. ' -i * ' wUhlii motor to~cte3^e,TOStliiown..out ?. . :.; ,ffl cif Ihe (sull^.aiid.:£iIffered-lWurleE,*o the . ,,|| 7 liands. J Parramalla Anibulafice took him ? Bj to ...

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

FASHION HINTS FROM THE STARS Adrian, famous Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer designer, lias recently completed a sketch for a jewelled belt to bj .worn -by Joan Crawford en an evening gown in her new production. 'No More Ladies.' The belt t being especially made from Adlan's design and is completely composed of diamonds and square-cut emeralds. The tailored suit fever continues! Una Merkel is the latest to succumb to their charms and recently ordered two rman tailored-to-measure outfits. One of these, in a lightweight heather mixture Weed, was designed for spectator sports. The othrr, an extremely smart black broadcloth model, goes semi-formal with a liand tucked blouse of -»Mte satin and a dia mond clip at tlie neckline. Silver fox furs complete the outfit. The busy girls who spend their days In the offices may learn what the well dressed secretary should wear by watch- V ing Madge Evans In the nsw production, 'Age of Indiscretion.' Miss Evans wears a large selection of smart business, dresses ...

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

L. ALCORN J GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE & FUEL MERCHANT, 242 Guildford Road ? Guildford Orders Collected and Delivered Daily Only Best Quality Goods Stocked; 'Phone UW9473. S.C.R. Coupons given freely - B| Cive up itrutfiiBf »lonf in - half- C' fuMtll^H H hearted manner with that worn out ^O?/^ VB^M B racquet. /? Y'fiammmmmmT H Your game demandi that you ute only / f ^^^H ? ? well balanced racquet full oJ life. ' J ]^^H ^m A Jarfe ran(r of racquett always on / Jk, V^^H ^M hand at very keen price!. / ^ ?fi^SSj ^| You will find ju«t the one to «uit yon I / ^^^Ml ^M at the right price «t C-^/\^mm^mW/m\ I Simpson's Sports Store ^^H ? MERRYLANDS ROAD, MEKRYLANDS. ;^^H' H Next Picture Shaw. ?^L^m^mm E. P. CORK 347 Guildford Road, / GUILDFORD. / 1 TRY OUR V Delicious Chocolates, from 1 - pound. Banana and Pineapple Sponge Cake, 7£d lb. Ate FLVEST CORN BEEF and BRAWN. Etc.

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

WF Watch c for Daily Bargains -- EXiT T TVT1T ~~m3 /**X GUILDFORD'S PROGRESSIVE ? XI. ? JLfll^ll!* SULld VsO* DRAPERS AND MERCERS * MANCHESTER U.B. SHEETS— SINGLE. 1111; THREE QUARTER, 2 «J: DOUBLE. 2 Hi e:lcll. OB. LEADER SHEETS 5 Years1 Guar antoe ) also slock'd. pnXOW SLIPS from ? 7jd each HOUSEWIFE PILLOW SLIPS ? 16 each TRACED PILLOW SLIPS ? j)Jd each TEA TOWELS from ? 5-d (.ac:n BATH TOWELS I mm ? | (s mc}j BONNY PRINCE HAIRCORD,' Guaranteed hard wearing and fast colors Only 9£d yard Sunny days and Springtime and Winner Cam brics, De Lustred Crepe, Organdi, Voiles, etc., also a speciality. ? ? ? \ hi JUST ARRIVED a New Assortment MEWS BROADWAY TIES— Latest De- 'H9'fl signs. Best Quality. OUR PRICE Only 111 each. '?fflffl OXFORD PYJAMAS for BOYS ? 2 Hi '«? MEN'S OXFORD PYJAMAS ? 3 11 (^SB H STRONG FLANNEL TROUSERS for BOYS ? 2 11 , /mIM COTTON TWEED TROUSERS ? 3 fl ~-1HB THORNPROOF TROUSERS for BOYS . . ,, ? 3 u ^fll MAKE A LAY-BV FOR SUMMEK NEEDS. '.99 ? S.C.R. COUPONS. GREEN ...

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

Loftus Park 4 REQUESTS TO COUNCIL South Granvllle and Lortus Park Pro gress Association, in » letter In Granvllle Council, requested — la) construction of a concrete path on the routii side of Lans downe-st.; -b) repairing of the footpath In WoodviUe-rd., between Lansdownc-st. and South GranvUle Public School; (ci that top-drcssuig be placed on new bridges, especially in Oxford-st. and Mc Arthur-et.; (d) ballasting of portion 01 j Townsend-st., between Oxford-st. and Me- ? Arthur-st. | The overseer reported: 'a) Section of ' footpath, about 3i chains, had been tilled I up and ashes were being, spread on the surface, which was suitable for present j traffic; (b) no improvement could be j made to Woodvillc-rd. footpath unlcts tar paved or constructed in concrete, esti mated cost concrete 4ft-. wide. £107/9; ic) the bridges had been noted *or early at tention to suit present traffic: id) bal lasting of Townsend-st. was not warranted for present traffic. The report wae adopted, witli Ih...

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

TO ENLARGE GUILDFORD PARK Mr W. W.fpick; replying to GramUle Oouncll's enquiry regarding the acquksl- ? Hon of his land 'for -«nIarglngiGUIldfprd part -staled that he liad no desire to sell, tut would accept «6 for tbe two blocto — Eeferred to finshce. commtttu.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. & C.A. DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING OF DELEGATES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

P. & C.A. DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING OF DELEGATES The monthly meeting of the South west District, Council of Parents and Citizens' Associations was held at Gran ville on Monday night. Aid. M. Adams, president, occupied the chair, being sup ported by the hon. treasurer, Mrs. Tooke and hon. secretary, Mr. R. Carke-Bruce. Mcrrylands West and Falrfleld West were accepted as members. The secretary had attended meetings of these associa iiun,-. aiso liossiey park. Tlie officers arc to visit other associa tions not already affiliated. Tlic Ciller Secretary's Department, re plying to Hie council's letter, iwrote thai Uu- position of P. and C. Associations under- the Charitable Collections Act .was beine considered, and their Interests would be kept in view. However, each association should apply separately for exemption. In the discussion, the general opinion was that the Federation should secure exemption for all associations. Bcsslcy Park requested assistance In securing repairs to ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LANSDOWNE O.K.'s SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

LANSDOWNE O.K.'s SPORTS Under perfect weather conditions the Lansdowne District Order of Knights competed their annual sports last Satur day. Results:— Open: 880 yds., F. Taylor (Guildford) 1. R. Gollan (Palrfield) 2, J. Dallas -Merrylands) 3. Novelty race: W Friend -F.) J, C. Muddle (GTord.) 2, K. Wlnfleld (Holroyd) 3. Dlv. 2: High jump. W, Chamberlain «G'ford) 1, D. Duncum (Gd) 2; Jump, 4ft. 6in. Dlv. 3: High Jump R. Gollan (F) i; 'W. Friend (F) 2; Jump. Sft. Dlv. 3: Relay race: Falrfleld Court . 1. Dlv, 3: Hop, step and Jump/B. -5ollan AFi h-A-^lsiiop ?Gd) 3; jump; 3«ft., 5ln. ' Dlv. 4: Broad jump, E. Muddle (Gd) i. - I i. TtleoAiiF) 2, R. Gollan -F) 3: Jump. } Wt^Blh.7: Dlv, 4:'Hop, itep«nd Jump. E. ? Muddle- rod) 1, L. Friend -(FJ 2. R.Gollan (F): 3; Jump, 38ft.' ', - '? ;? . ' -The final Jocal court aggregate: Fair fleldi«6,-3uUdford W, Holroyd «0, Gran vllle 40, Merrylands 35. . , ' The $uns,- trophies '«md certificates won Bt the fiports wlll.be 'presented by the* Mayor;:iAl...

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

GUILDFORD j PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Fred BMlcy. of Cross street, arc to be congratulated on the arrival of a new baby daughter. Mrs. A. Swift, or 39 Bolton-street, has recovered from influenza, and John and Varley have been suffering from gastritis. Mr. McNaught, of 36 Roseberry-road, secretary Guildford RJS.S.I.L.A., has rc ' cenUy had to have his teeth removed . Mr. Ted Kennedy, of Swift-street, rail way relieving officer, has been transferred to Sydney relief. Little Miss Andrews, granddaughter of Mr. Brodie. of Rawson-road. liad a birth day last week, and was the recipent of many beautiful presents. Mr. Dawson. superintendent of Truant . School, has just returned from a trip I round the world. His son who had an | accident recently has new fully recovered. ] Mr. Bob Athton, of Excelsior-street, - Is In Manly District Hospital, suffering from the effects of a recent fall. The boys of .tlie village wish him a speedy recovery. Congratulations- to Mr. and Mrs. Pil lage, of Swifl-slrce...

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

Potato Growing LECTURE BY EXPERT Tlic following is a resume of a lecture delivered by Mr. A. J. Pinn. jjotato ex pert of the Department of Agriculture, at a meeting of the Fairficld and District Horticultural Society, recently. In opening his address, he drew atten tion to the fact that of recent years [crious degeneration of seed potatoes had taken place, due to diseases not previously known. These, known as virus diseases, were carried in the sap of the plants and were mostly spread by the use of seed from infected plants. The Department of Agrculture. in efforts to combat these diseases, had evolved a method of seed selection, .by which all diseased plants were vigorously removed. Working In conjunction with the Seed Growers' Association, the Department naa adopted the strain Factor as the one giv ing the best results: at the present time 90 per cent, of the potatoes grown hi this State are of this variety. The virus diseases generally met with are leaf roll and mosaic, and the r...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Springfield Social PRESENTATION TO DEPARTING MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

. Springfield Social PRESENTATION TO DEPARTING , MEMBERS. The above association held the usual monthly social, in Springfield Hall, on Saturday night last. There was a record attendance, and all spent an enjoyable evening to music by Miss Murphy (piano) and Mr. Omealey (violin). The M.C., Mr. Shipp, carried out his duties effic iently. Games were played by adults Brett. Mr. Prltchard. Nancy Masters. Irene Bennett and Delancy Sisters. Win ners of competitions conducted by the arsociation: Mr. S. Budd and Mrs. Sin ? nock, and Miss Lcabcater won. the drive competition . During Oie evening tlie secretary made a presentation, «n behalf of the associa tion, to Mr. and Mrs. Nickolson, Spring fl cld-strcet, who are leaving tlie district, \ and the association were sorry to lose such yaluable. Members, he said. Supper was^-gerved by tlie ladies and '.gents, bf , the 'committee . Next meeting of the association will be held -m September 0 1935, and a soclal on the 28U)r '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LEGAL TANGLE ALLEGED THEFT OF COTTAGE Charge Altered to "Malicious Damage." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

A LEGAL TANGLE - ALLEGED THEFT OF COTTAGE Chargc Altered to 'Malicious Damage.'4 A ease of nnnsiin] interest occupied -hf attention of the S.M. (Mr. Suth erland) at the Oampsic Court, when a woman named Emma Payne (40), do mestic dulttfe. was charged with stealing timber and Iron to the value of £100 ( being tlie whole of the materials com prised in a wooden structure which had oUecedly been removed under defend ant's instructions from an allotment of land In Campbell Hill-road, Chester . Hill, lo annthrr s&tr- in Miller-road. Chrstcr Hilli claimed on behalf of the Public Trust.-*. As a further complication in the mat ter, defendant was known in Uie district as Mrs. Turner, and it was the death of a man ItiVwwn locally as Har-ld Joseph Turner, but who it is now alleged is really Hugh Clifford Cowan, which has produced Uie legal' tangle. Det. Const, DLmmock told th? Court lhat In? Inten-iewed Mrs. Payne (or Turner) 011 August 15; ehc admitted having had the cottage removed on...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSULTING' WORDS CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

INSULTING ? WORDS S CHARGE : - - At RarramattaCourt '- oh : -Vednesilay, ' ' Edward George :BTOtiiei^oiv. senior, ? of . ' -? Merivl^dsrtwaB 'charged with iiifultlrie - ' . . worcb, ^ard5-; 8arah ; .JtowUioijife,- : dr' '' ? WaitjWrMivllle, on . August-25.',, With1- ? ' .out --mUdiig ' edinjsslan, ^enidattt- '? undeiloiSc Mibt to uMawfiUly lriteiTere ' with, the InfmTOant ln tulure--ajid tlie - tSaife. was dismissed. .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH GRANVILLE-LOFTUS PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

' SOUra CRANVUji-LOFIIlJS 'PABK . ' SouUi 'arenville Antt ljoftus Park]Pro-, ( . AnsoclaUon' placed- jlie tollowipg ' . requt^ti} betore Solroyd iCpuncll . ? (a) -S£gueftlng ireconslderatlon ol cop- ' ?eret«'Jootj»tli*omtrucUon''i»iprk rin *i(lllv,v -tary-rd.f Or.incluslDn in tlictriext Eclirdiilc: . „ilb) rfytelj«5thA'3tI^ls.VJ-»%/^awsll,i, otanoerg ana jncnamara naa.,t)ecn,,flp-, , polntt^l':l«; Iook ifter ' »he;'garden !plo^', ' In ROMberj'-riL; -c-;, requesting constjiic- , .. ? tion of kerblng and guttering an Mary^ci: , ; on noith side, ,also;.kerblng and guttering ,. . : on the south side of,Oecll-st. jto MUttarj'- . ? rd.;' «lso extension of. water Vnialn In : , Cecil^t. _along Be)mont--t. to SwUllary-rd,, , . . - The ippprks Jnrcntloried are* ,to -. recc)ve , cotwlde^tion 'B'ltli and the Water'.. - Board w'ill be approached i^gardtt(g,tliie _ vraterextenalon;: . ''r.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

CAREYS CITY- PRICE DRAPERS. ? r i Sheeting, Calico, Pillow Slips, Quilts, at . 1 ? Sydney Prices. UNBLEACHED CALICO, 36tn., Pure Quality .. -r .. Gd yard, 5/6 doz. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, Pure. , 54in. llid ? 80in. 1 Al yard UNBLEACHED SHEETING. 3 years' Guarantor, 70in ? ]/9 yard UNBLEACHED SHEETTING, 3 years* Guarantee, 80in ? 1/1 IS yard ' ' PURE WHITE CALICO. 36in,, No Dressing ... .. 7id yard. 7 6 dozen PILLOW SLIPS, made from Pillow cotton, 7£d, 8id, 92d, lOid, llld ea. '? Bargains in Ready -made Sheets UNBLEACHED SHEETS. Single Bed ? 4/11 and 7 '11 pair UNBLEACHED SHEETS. Double Bed ? 6/11 and 8/1 pair ? -- PURE WHITE SHEETS, a Job Line ? Double Bed, 9/11 pair FINLAY'S PURE WHITE SHEETS, usually 14,11 .. .. NOW 12/6 pair 1 '?£ CRETONNES, 30in„ a new shipment ? 6id yard, 5/11 dozen » J LAY-BYES and ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN. ' J'l' — ? . ? I ? MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD RESTORE YOUR NERVES t ? WITH ? SELMO TONIC (Rich in Phosphates) It Makes you FEEL WELL, EAT WELL, SLEEP WELL &a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

Now Under NewManagement. THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY j IRENE DUNN, in 'SWEET ADELINE' | JAMES DUNN, in The' Daring Young Man' ! CARTOON and Pete Smith ODDITY ii ? ~ ? — ? ? ? ~ || MONDAY & TUESDAY: j! . !i BING CROSBY, in | 'We're Not Dressing' j Edmond Gwen in 'SMITHY' and COMEDY ? ? ? ? ? ? ? COMING ? j 'The lives of a BENGAL LANCER' I ? ? — JCHN, TOE ? -H .. .. ' i ; GUILDFORD SOLDIERS' MEMORI All/ SCHOOL OIJ ARTS ^ Military Road (oppotite the Railway Station), Guildford. , 2/6 per quarter entitles members to all privileges of the Library and Bijjiard-room. LIBRARY— Two /Books at a time, daily ' change. I BILLIARDS — 6d per player per game, afternoons 3d per pUyer. Tlie next Quarter commences on the 1st October, but you 'may join NOW at a cost of, 3/-, and the quarter will carry to 31st. December,' 193,5. ' SPECIAl NOTICE — Tlie rent of the Hall for week nights has beenj reduced to 12/6 per night; Saturday Nights 20/-. Crockcry 3/- extra. For any further particulars, call on...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

. \ IP ? I -if: TAXIS AND V PRIVATE HIRE CARS | E. DEVESO'W, Merrylands' Phone: UW9693 | ^ i - -

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