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NO BLAME TO DRIVER Inquiry into Linesman's Death [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

NO BLAME TO DRIVER Ingulf into Llnesman'sfDcrfth j* In returning a verdict jof ijfBMldental death, after Inquiring into iheLjcitcum-' stances of the fhotor accraeStwhen . Thomas Edward Bettfi, ^liriiSSBn of ' Smythe-rireet, Meriylands, :wai$titfaially^ * Injured, the Coroner, Mr. H: V said no blame attached to Robe?i«otettfl - ' rldlns. vT^e Tmn.ua, Bkidded^im* roller- ' v turned, after passing, e liyry1..ai North-, ' mcatl,*-on August^. ' t* -,ei

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

CYCLING' GUILDFORD CLUB EVENTS On Sutuvciay last the eagerly^ awaited race for the Jack Inch Cup wa^frun. 17 riders starling, paity Hansen aajd Rob eils. Uie lLmit men, wsre given «- gTeat cheer as they kicked off, ajid It &uld be sefn tlin ; the backmarkers woulajiave a hard ride to catch them. At ts turn Hansen had drojjped Roberts, ampled tlir field. shctt-U^ a remarkable reversal of form. Malcolm Field, off the 1 ^iln. 50 sec. mark, was rapidly going thropgh the field, joined by Mur.ro. whom he Was un able to shake off. Tlicse two rides cauglu Hansen about a mile from the fittish. As they camp into Guildford-road tlje record crowd at ih? r-o?t pressco forward to wit ness the thrilling finish. Munro just pot the decision, by a foot from Field, whh Jones third, and Han.*?n a clos^ fourth. Field gained Urn f.-».Vf«t lime Drtae. b?al ins frraJch man Drv.\son by 15 2-5 sec. R^ults: D. Munro (3m 10s - 1. M. Field il .501 2. Jones «3.0) Field, fast est time. 32 min. 15 sec. The...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAYING STOCK Holroyd Council's Activities [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

- STRAYING STOCK Holroyd Conucil'B ArthiHes The bispoctor of Holrt^d Council, re^ porting tp'Tuesday'filght^-jMttlig, con cerning recent prosecutions, stated that several persons/ releasing stock from 'the' ' .pot.Pd. had .given J-lie wrong names and' addii-Ff-es and that in three cases it had' been -Imnoraiblp Io rpfvp tjw cHmmMic^ . Seven cases had. been set down for tiear .iMg oir September 4, Involving 35 bead , of. .stock/ . ;? Or. a motion by tlie Mayor of Jfolroyd (Aid. M. Warnock), the «siec®dn&ponnd-' lng officer Is to be re-engaged for a further three months, 'bnd^,rtetrayine' off-nders during that time will be nrae cul.d. '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER. S.D.F. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

S O C CE R. S.D.F. ASSOCIATION Results of mat-rhec played la.st Snfur tfov: — John's Park b^at Merrylands. 4-0; Glenfield bm« * :* Rnttalion. FINAL TABLE P. W. L. Pis. Merrvlands ? (j s j in PI.. John's ? G 4 2 8 Olr-nfieM ? « 3 3 f. 4 '3rd Battalion ? 0 0 6 C NOTES Sorer football bids an-revoir and givr; a welcome to Kin? Crirket. '* Merrvlands .«^re downed bv St. John's Inst Satnrrinv, bv 4 goals to n». »hU5 Wllnjf their unbeaten rr#»rrd; but .Merry lands were three men short. ] The f^oeintion U ihanVfnl to all vhr. po readily e'we tViv rtnrinq .*en-fn inst eo^nio^d. and th»v *»nv« fh° MHsfp^iirn rf fhAtr runnort assisted durlif a 'de- pression c«nson.' 'The Biz' anr' '?'*-ni-,i'yictoj-' jpiVrv,on. r r*. nre l-? ttnn'.cH for th-h r^-o]yrn«'on nnd nub'^itv. All hr.n« the rnntinitiMra nf i)'' hnr^miy which has prevailed during t)ijs reason.

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

MERRYLANDS PARK As an emergency, -relief work, £200 is to be expended in graining the new play ing area in Merrylands Park. There is no beaAitlficr of complexion, , .or tom, or behaviour/ like the .fwiah to scatter Joy and' not pain around us.— ?Emci'son.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHERWOOD R.S.S.I.L.A. MR. FRANK SILVERSTONE PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

SHERWOOD R.S.S.I.L.A. MR. FRANK SILVERSTONE PRESIDENT Great .excitement took place at the meeting of Diggers at Sherwood branch on 6th Inst. Mr. Dixon (vice-president), presided, and -tsked for nomination^ for the presidency, due to the resignation of Mr. ChaJenger. There were six candi dates — Messrs. Colehan, Chalengcr. Levy. Dixon. Har^y and Frank Sllvers'.one. The reluming officer announced, amld.st been elected Thp president, on taking the chair, ex pressed appreciation of the goodwill, com radeship, and Digger spirit among them. Being the founder of the branch, he knew they had shown gratification of his ser vices as secretary. Thty all knew that he had his heart and Interest with the Diggers. One of our greatest Statesmen, the late Andrew Fisher, said that the country would give lift last man and its ; last shilling. 'Well, we gave the last man . — in fact, we gave more, we gave boy* : and now we want Vhat shilling. We ex pect I lie country to fullfll its obligation, which ap...

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

WEDDING BELLS JOHNSON— SCHNEIDER Rev. Father Alpin officiated at the Holy Trinity Church, Granville, on Saturday ln^t, for the wedding of Miss Gladys Sclineider, third daughter of Mr. J. and the late Mrs. Schneider, of Manchcstcrr etreet, Merrylands, to Mr. W. N. Johnson, -4dcst son of Mr. E. and the late Mirs. Johnson, of Harris Park. Tlie bride, who was gowned in white bridal satin, with a wreath and veil, and carried a bouquet of white sweet .peas and hyacinths, was given away by her fatlicr; while her sister, Miss Katie Schneider, in a frock of gricy flat crepe, tinged with pink, and hat to match, with a bouquet of pink hyacinths' and sweet peas, aclcd as bride&iaid. Mr. J. Sherwocd was best man. Mrs. O. Mortimer acted as organist, and Mr. N. Martian1' rendered a solo. The bridegroom's gift to tlie bride con- ; filsted cl a cut-glkss necklace, with car rings tc- match 'After. Uie wedding a reception was he]d at tlie Masonic Hal], Merrylands, where ? 45 ^unstis flcrented'...

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

MERRYLANDS R.S. BAZAAR The b&zaar held on AuguH 31 at the School of Arts, Merrylands, organised by the Lndles* Auxiliary Rjs. and S.I.L.A., Merrylands eub^j ranch, was a success. The cpenlng wa? performed by Miss Ruby Coutacn. Tli° stalls wers'ta^tefully decor ated and laden 'with good things. The cookery competition was judged by Ml*« WooIIett, of Australian Gas Co.. and entries numerous. Mrs. Wilmot. won first prtee for Bushell's cai'te: Mrs. Green fcr White Wings' sponge, and Mrs. Steel for scones. Competitions were iron by Mrs. Davcy, Mrs. Mitchell, Miss D. Smith, Mrs. Latty and Mr. S. Smith. Stall-holders were: Fancy. Mrs. Cole man; work, Mr*. Brown and Mrs. Blylhe; jumble. Mrs. Wood; grocery. Mrs. Taylor: bocxs. Misses Lilly and Telford: sweets. Mrs. Coomer and Mrs. Bailey; dips Mrs Souler.

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

An advertisement in 'The Broadcaster' will reach more people than many ranvassers could. ? ? — ? G-4 ymir Owl Scarf finm Ihr beautiful se'.wdon at E. II. Line and Co., Guildford. R. E. PETERS MERRYLANDS ROAD (Rear of Young's), MERRYLANDS. THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER GASFITTER and DRAINER Established 20 Years. Estimates Free. All Work Guaranteed. Sanitary Work a Speciality. PHONE: UW9464. McEwan's, Ltd. MERRYLANDS and GUILDFORD 1 Extra Cholce'Westcm Honey .. CLd lb. | Fincft Salt, 4 lbs. for ? 3d Joxs Barberry Jams, li lb., Had jar Loose Powdered Milk ? CJd lb. Oartrcll-WlUte's Block Cake find I Sponge (Merrylands Only) I Baked Beans, 3 Una ? 7£d I DO NOT PAIL TO ENTER OUR COMPETITION. WE ARE GIVING THREE CD C C I BEAUTIFUL . SAUCEPANS Away * IX l_ L-. I CLOSING -SEPTEMBER 14U). IShompsOn's * rx; s±?'-' ... 16oi..tin3aliBon ? 7£d WeataUJtt»coH» ? 4^ ? . ? ? WiJ. DinjyStarcli . ... 3d pkt. 1 ? m -SPECIAL: ?v - 1 u». i)At^, i ib.iciNG 1 1 SUGAI ? W E E K - E N D iS.P E C I A L S Caps...

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

Ill ? at LAST ? !!! 'Tne Long -Promised ENGLISH GEOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE, and at a Reasonable Price, too— 10. A Magazine that is of intenst to all. A NEW HOMECRAFT BOOK. No. 10. on CONCRETE, for tile bandy home ran'. These series are 10) j well known to need oilier than mention they are published at Gd. THE WIDEWORLD MAGAZINE has Local Color, in that the Article liaving pride of place describes the Fencc MLspion to the Culedon Blacks — Guildford Anglican Rector having been one of Uip party. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP ?Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD B. SWEETNAM, Pro prleior SERVICE WORK EX ECUTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GTtEABINO. WYNA1.L CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONE: UW3U2 Qotiage ARE Kitchen Made OBTAINABLE ONLY AT 350 Guildford Road Get Your Share of the After-Sale Bargains ? AT ? CAMPBELL'S MERCERY AND SHOE STORE (OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) BARGAINS GALORE ™ ALL DEPARTMENTS. WORK SHIRTS, in Grey or Strip...

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

William Metcalfe & Co. ! LIMITED | . FUNERAL DIRECTORS, J 117 CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. j OTP 8837 . and UW 883S. j FUNERXG3 CONDUCTED AT IiOWKHT I ? RATES. 1 WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH j ANY CITY FIRRL |

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

CRICKET NEWS—!! GET YOUR SEASON'S OUTFIT and SAVE, at ? MCDONALD'S CAPS. SHIRTS, SOCKS. Etc. Wrap GRIPIT TROUSERS, get a Cen- *7 D T T D I A7CP tury or do the Hat Trick and get a * ' ' D L* A /j Ej GiJILD FORD'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, AND ALL CLASSES OP PRIVATE HIRE. Phone: UW9260 AT £NY HOUR. J. MEAI.1A, 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 UW9801. LARGE OR SMALL REPAIRS ARE CARRIED OUT BY US EXPERTLY. Our UP-TO-DATE MOTOR REPAIR EQUIPMENT, combined with Skill and Experience is at your LET US QUOTE for your next job. Merrylands Motors (E. W. VIVIAN, Pnpfeter) 172 Merrylands Road, MERRYLANDS. ~ 'Phone: UW8608. ...

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

SURPRISE TO V1EORO CAPTAIN About 70 guests arrived to greet the r^otair 'f the Pirates vigoro club. Miss jovoe Teague, to give J-*r a surprise party on her birthday. Numerous pres ents were showered on her — a beautiful handbag - from the club, present |d by tbp irtc'-cpr»tain. P'id her f&vourite present fell from the con ffttee shower, .ell guessing. The even ing was rpent in sanies and dancing. Mr. C. Watte w?« M.C. The cake wns '-ofltjtifUIJ*' ^r»!*o»«»»Ad i» nnd made bv her mother. Mn» * T. Hughes ipres. of club) gave the toa«t. th-* guest .e snondlng. Jovce thanked all -'nr their Hn^ness. Mr. L. Smart was Uie mus ician.

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

Pay as Vou mear $ujl$ ? ~0 Special Easy Terms Suits to Measure * * ' £3/15/- 3/9 Deposit 3/9 Weekly £4/4/. 4/3 Deposit 4/3 Weekly £5/5- 5/3 Deposit 5/3 Weekly £6/6/- 6/3 Deposit 6/3 Weekly Ladies' Costumes MAN -TAILORED TO MEASlfFElf from £3/15/0 AT— it'! ? BRADLEY^ MERRYLANDS & LIVERPOOL. RIO R IT A w I MERRYLANDS AGENT for— ' r Sfl RG EN TS PIES, CAKES and PASTRY. HIGH-CLASS CONFECTION ERY & SOFT DRINKS. SWISS ROLLS ^ 1 jam sponges ba liacn ~~~ ? ? YOU'VE TRIED THE REST: NOW HAVE THE BEST— — AT THE ADVANCE AUSTRALJAii FRUIT AND VEGETABUE STORE, MERRYLANDS ROAD. SPECIAL FOOD ORDERS ACCEPTED. J. PADDISON. Prop.' — — __ / H. J. BIDDLE, M.O.A., Optometrist and Optician, . , f mv 8C39, ? 10 RAILWAT PARADlE, GRANTVIKLE. BEST SHELL FRAMES, 12/6 to 17/0 . . each: Second QuaJitv. 10/6 each. jSStWm SIGHT ACCURATELY TESTED. GLASSES MOST REASONABLE. TESTS GUARANATEED. Jewellery & Fancy Goodi Dept. '? You CANNOT BEAT OUR'-*{RICES. whetiier you'Sliop at Parramatu, Auburn...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vigoro Umpires on Strike MORE PAY WANTED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

Vigoro Umpires on Strike MORE PAY WANTED 1 Because the Cumberland District Vig oro Association refused to increase their fees, twenty-eight association umpires are out on strike. Last Saturday volunt ary umpires were appointed 'to take charge of matches. Umpires arc paid 3 '- a match. This, according to the president cf the Um pires' Association (Mr. C. Powell), is reasonable enough, but where travelling is necessary an extra allowance should be made. I In the case of matches at Riverstone, ! Mr. Powell points out, an umpire's trav elling expenses alone amount to 2.'6. Then he has to 'pay a fee to the association and another small commit ment. He actually finishes with a profit of lid. Mr. Powell said that a month ago the umpires wrote to tlie Cumberland Vigoro Association placing their grievance be fore the executive, and suggesting that, where their travelling expenses exceeeded one shilling, they should be met by the association. The executive was glven- one month in which to con...

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

YOUNG PREACHER AT IIOLR0YD Mr. W. L. Jago prcachrd at the Hol roytl 'Mcthod'-^t Churdi lri-t Sunday. Hrutook as his cubjoct 'Fieht the good fight. ' He outlined St. Paul's histructioas to TimoUiy at the beginning qf . his mliilsUy, Mr. Jago jxiJritcd out that every Christian should b? .engaged in mlritual warfare. 'Hn, outlined the exploits of Churics Gordon, who later bccame Gen eral Gordon, leading his rver-vlctortnus ? 'army against. the cruelty of the 'Taiplngs' ?? who threatened, to invade, Shanghai, and . his. .carerr --s Govemrr General of tlie . Rt»u4&n.-fr'eeing the slaves and giving his | lifeior I's,causc. . , . , , ,S!-ri»Wngf on thfr' present Abyssinian sHoatlbn. Mr. Jann said he wondered if ihis.ya* the fulfillment of prophccy «ud ' the battle f»f Armageddon ©*)proarhinR:. If «o,; would our Lord find us ready tfl fight the gOod ffglit of faith ? ,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SEPTEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

aiERRYLANDS METHODLST CHURCH pUNDAY SCHOOL AJWIVERSARY -? - SEPTEMBER 15. 11 ajq., Rev. F. Johnston. »cr. w. R. Poole. . .. Uncle Frank of 2GB. . ??jS.Jfiacome.' ? ? ?

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

IgK-iV 1 TO-NIGHT (Thurtibyi and TO-MORKOW (Friday) al 8 p.m.— ' ' Kv; j Last Tno Night-. of GINGER IIOUERS and WILLIAM POWELL 111 |p j 'STAR OF MIDNIGHT.' R; ♦ Al o, tile Lite WILL ROGERS in 'DOUBTING THOMAS.' } FRIDAY - n'v ut 7 hII ii.iii. i-harp: Flnjt I$-lsoti- ' I Universalis New ?&-' ? Exciting Chapter Play or the air, 'TAILSPIN TOMMY.' ?Tannging Director: A. J. BESZANT. Retervaiiori'- -.if .Shop, adjoining Theatre, or at Theatre. No Extra Charge for r Booking. 'Phone: UW3770. This SAT., I, ION., TUES., SEPT. 14, 16 & 17 ' EVKNING.v 3 urk/uk. and ntS/VTUKDAY MATINEE at 1.30 p.m. \VAIl\Ti; UKOS - CliOWNING MUSICAL ACHIEVEMENT— 1 lie ()»ire-in-.i-l ruj Cait in llic Oncc-in-a-Lifetime Picture: Bf-iv '-^if 3oogorgeousgold diggers- INS ^?1 Die K P OWE L L k A fibs? Hear h,m 'IVUABY Or 8ROADWAY' RATIONAL ^ Only one of 4 (tunning ipactada number! ricniBE ^ I' which Buiby B»rk»l»y eutden hlmialf 1 IJrilli&iit AtkSociatc Feature at livcy Session: 2 / \ RICHARD ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

of England SEPTgMtfER 15.. - . ?a.m. %xm)mumoa,L toe .

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

' § It Cured ME! . , 0 And it's cured \. ^ J u everyone I knom □ u-ho has used iL II don't even knou) vuhat's in it M but for cuts, sores * and uraunds of all kinds fl its the goods. 0 It's name ? Oh fl REYES ANTISEPTIC O t- HEALING OINTMENT X » O. B. REYE ' 8 y m.p.s., » ? H Pharmaceutical Chemist, M Rheumatism . and Gout - . Sufferers REYE'S RHEUMATIC PILLS % 2/- per Box. will cure you ? ?PHONE: . UW802Q. ~ PHONE: UW8509. J. L. GARDEN LICENSED PLUMBER. OASFITTER AND SANITAR? ENGINEER, . ?;;?? MS Woodvllle Road MERR^AND*S. -- Estimates Given Free. All Classes of ? Repairs. ^/W^fk Quaran^eed. , Ite'To^ : Use jnti'Cor, GnQflToid; ?? ; ?;. r -^ f'TI^; Broadcaster' Telephone Number 1 LIVERPOOL ^ 2 6 2

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