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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

L. ALCORN 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 I ? !?« j ^ ' a Match Winner — as «? 1 Bath, ApV/j, Presses and *;S HI fP other Tennis Paraphernal ||| tJ5 ( iia from the best known Its makers. Are you ready to receive this Service? SIMPSON'S SPORTS STORE ii ::i MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS* ill Next Picture Show. *' E. P. CORK 347 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. ? TRY OUR ? Family Rock . . 10id per pound Cocoannt Ice . .1/- pc pound Crystallised Fruits 9£d per pound Jelly Beans . . . 1/- per pound Ask for S.C.R. Coupons anuncd regularly. . consnu:— ? I. CRAWFORD LTD. | ( Optometrists 4 Opticians ? 23 GEORGE ST., PARRAMATTA I Phong: UW8998 | The Old Lady at the Little Shop SEUjS ? HOME-COOKED CORNED BEEF, SMALLGOODS & GROCERIES OPEN ALL HOLIDAYS. 254 Merrylands Rd., Merrylands Carlton Nursing Home 45 BOLTON ST., GUILDFORD Indo...

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

INTiECIIOUS.DISE ASES ' ' . . Twp case^ of yiariet lever and fine of . Holroj^d miulcl- ' . tfMltr -dialing ihe- ifortnl^:t:ifpded Tues - ?? .. Ji&'ViiJf.V ? ?'

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

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Among the baptisms celebrated at St. Mary's Church of England by Rev. A. J. Dyer, last week, was John Henry Thomas, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper, ol O'Neill-street. Mr. Walter Sliepliard, of Mountford Avenue, has just recovered . from three Weeks' illness with laryngites, and is get ting about again . Mr. Startin. of Rhodes Avenue, teacher dt Guildford Public School, spent a few days during the vacation with relatives at Taree. His mother has been seriously ill there. Mrs. E. Palmer, of Berwick-street, is hemr» fl^ain after n hriirinv at. Tjilrn | Illawarra. j SCOUTS HELP HOSPITAL Tlie 1st Guildford Boy Scouts troop attended the service In tlie Congrega tional Church, by invitation, last Sun day. It wa« a special egg-day for the hospitals and each Scout brought half a-dozen . OLD RESIDENT DIES Mr. Harry Isaacs Mr. Harry Isaacs, of 23 Cardigan-street, rurently lost his father. Mr. Isaacs. ? ior. lived for many years in Guildford, and remembered Loftus Park when ...

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

ADVERTISING THAT FAYS 'Pulling. Power'' is the secret of suc cessful advertising.' By 'pulling power' fc meant definite results 1n the demand for ilw. jHtiducU advertised. Unsolicited » ^vibutns and testimonirj iinve at Various tlmes reached Uiis Office from inaiiy advertisers — from those -who 1 1 re ve ry 1a rge ^-a ce to tho'-e who employ Ilia, .tiief ..np nranlail ' Arivts ohllllfins Tpsts.':have rfiown, sale#? liaVe shown, l^ttcr^ hawj^howu. inquiries have eiinvm, iliat 'The Biz' still holds the confidence and tlip Flionort flf lhe whole district as ? it-has dpne^|oc'tiie.past -20 -*ears. livery person -who oays one oennv for ? a.Oopy -jf ''The JBlz'Vis 'definitely^ buver - cf the nrcdueti?^dvertJfced in Its rolumns. 'And :ihat jpftfson «m i-e multiplied hv five, each rony ;has epecial interests for father, mother and famll7.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEN'S NIGHT Peas and Pies Vanish [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

SlEN'S MIGHT Peas ^hd Tik Vanish At the Memorial J3cbool ..of Arts Jaet Tluirsday, $tti} ; =«noiithly ^ 'men's night' nras held-ljy.^theinembers. . A nice silver chainpioni^p^up^m hv Mr, Arthur Watia,^or3ils eupcfes *t billiards, snooker ,pnd ?; : At a fitting :;conciusibn, refreshments - weregiven-to^lpre^t;-Mr.Jai*Incb -finished #lght ji]ates^-f p^as aiid^ix pl^, and on beln^ asked to haye jnore,- he said . he waai't 4iungj^^ije^i^ %ftd a blg ' Us fcefcrt leaving facafe.v''', - ?? '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD STORM CHANNEL Question of Rate Reduction [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

GUVLDFOBD STORM CHANNEL itneguon or Rate&SedaeUoh ; ^ On September 2 lhe Maybr ai?d Depuiy Mayor of Holroyd. inefc'*he ';presldent of the. Water .Boiart'eitd^Ald.' G.fMaunder, .. at Guildford, And Inspected the storm wetei channel. The objefct was: to ascer tain if the rate payable ;t-y residents in the vicinity of the ? drain .could lie light ened. as requested by council. The president of the .Board stated that the matter' would be considered ana . council advised, In -due course, as u- cne result. , - — ^ ;

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

REGENT NEWS This Friday and Saturday — two most attractive features, 'Sweet Adeline,' „ with- Irene -Dunn, and. 'The Daring Young Mian.' (jatn.:B Djinn) and splend id drot. subjects Monday and' Tuesday — Bill£ Crosby will entertain In 'We'r-I Not Drosstog.' which will certainly please everyone; 'Smithy,' ? with Edmcnd Owen, and dnhedy: ' ? Look out for ''the .Uves of a' Bengal Tunrer/'- shortly. ? ? u

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Evening Classes FOR WOMEN' AND GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935

Evening Classes FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS Evening ctassce for girls and women viil be held at Domestic Science Soliuul, Auburn (near Auburn Town Hall) on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays,, from 7.25 to 9.25 p.m. Tim third term continues on Septem ber 10. There is no age limit. Married women are welcome. Students under 21 years are granted free rail parses; and I. h?jc over 21 years or married receive half-fare concession rates. Reduced tram fares are avellable. The fee is 6d per week, payable each Mondav anA pnioum covers all subjects chosen. Fees are refunded at the end of the year to all whose attendance has been satisfac- * lory. Unemployed students are free. Enrol at once. Subjects taught -are: Dressmaking, diwcutting, millinery} play reading, physical culture, hygiene, English wood work, dramatic art, literature, buslncsts principles, .book-keeping, art. designing, batik, ticket writing, plant drawing, 'cook- cry. embroidery, pottery; English and arithmetic for self-improvement; coach...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

Misses D. and E. TIGAR J~D RESSMAKERS. ^Satisfaction guaranteed 252 MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS. —f- ? ; ? v Summers and Diprose / family butchers, j, ? j. /1C9 MERRYLANDS ROAft ,': t j MERRYLANDS. ' /' \J Telephone: UWB566. ORDERS CALEED 'For ancl' Delivered /W. .if. NE/^, ^ ? j LICENSED^^HEOTRICAL %/ j^Mactor. ' 56 -SuUNTPORD AVENUE, GUILDFORD. Installations and Repairs Quickly Executed. MURIEL BAXTER, / FLORIST WEDDING BOUQUETS & WREATHS. /AW Work of the Highest Standard : J in Floral Art. V 5 WINGELLO ST. pUILDFORD. Telephone UW9747. H ADDON'S The /Quality Butchers, GUltoFGRD. 'phone UW9596. ORDERS DELIVERED. - DON'T RISK FAILURE ADVERTISE YOUR SOCIAL AND OTHER FUNCTIONS THE COST IS SMALL— THE GAIN . IS LARGE. Always remember 'The Broadcaster toes right into the homes, and deliver! . your invitation to every member ot the ? household. Don't have people saying to you,, after- wards, 'I would have como to your social . II I. had known it was ou.' t | 'THE BROADCASTER. Phon...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

CAREYS Buy Your MANCHESTER GOODS from a Reliable Draper who has 30 Years' Experi ence behind his Buying ! '' ' ' Ills ' REPUTATION IS BEHIND HIS JtftODS ! IVby Pay ExJiorbJlanf PKcfes lo Door-lo-door canvassers for UiirelJiible Goods? / ^ COMPARE. THESE .VALUES .FORy^OURSELVES : UNBLEACHED SHEETING, Pure, 54 inch, md; 80 inch, 1/4J. '' UNBLEACHED SHEETING, Three Years' Guarantee — 54 in. 1/7J-; 70 ill. 1/9 : 80 in. 1/11.J Yard. This Sheeting Is kn--wn ah over the District. FINLAY'S PURE 'WHITE TWILL SHEETS, Double Bed .... 12 C Pair' PURE WHITE SHEETS, Double Bed, SPECIAL ? 9 11 Pair PILLOW SLIPS. Pure Quality ? 7id, 8id, Old. lOid 1 0i Each PURE WHITE CALICO, Guaranteed ? 7:»d Yard: ' 7 G Doz.cn WHITE TOWELLING. Heavy — 20 m. 10id; 24 in. lli; 27 in. 1'3 yd. BARBERS' TOWELS. Good Quality ? Five for 1/ ENGLISH COLORED TOWELS, will Boil .. .. 2 6 Each: 4 9 Pair LAY-BYES and ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN. ? MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD ' LEAVE YOUR /FILMS at ? PETERSON'S PHARMACY, Guildford. NE...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

... Hie Morurfer ... Demands a/Mate ! v^ioTwll be 'theSbride of FRANKENSTEIN'? s . TjuainC got arour Fully jiTwblimed JJositry . at E-^H- Unc Aiid tlo, GoUdftird. Pncra from: 3/H-pair J : i ?? ? ? ' y

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

Now Under New Management. ' THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT 7.30 P.M. SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1.30 r.M. THREE FULL-LENGTH FEATURES— 1 -FRED McMURRAY, in 'CAR 9 9'J A Dashing Action picture ol Modern 1'olicc Methods* / 2 -RAMON NOVARO, in v 'THe Night is Young' A Musical Romance with Dclighftul Singing. 3- GEORGE O'BRIEN, in 'The Cowboy Millionaire' A Western Diuma Full cl Thrills: '' MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY POSITIVELY UK't GRANDEST PICTURE— 'The Lives of a Bengal Lancer' SUPPORTING ATTRACTIONS : Monday & Tuesday GINtoEB ROGERS, in 'STAR' OF MIDNIGHT' J Wednesday Only | CIIALLIATINL in | j 'DON QUIXOTE' I _ J DULCIE G.( ROHAN, A.T.C.L. (Pupil of Wunion Gibb). j TEACHER i )OF ELOCUTION, f 12 TALBOT ROAD, . J , . GUILDFORD. V G.A. Hopping/ FRUITERER, & , GREENGROCER I Goods Fresh tf*nn the Markets Dallj^* .WE GIVE GREEN COUPONS RELIEF COUPONS treated AS CASH Spring Cleaning Specials KIP ? ? ? 31d Tin BROOMS .. 1/3 and l.'7i cacti MOPS .. .. i/8, 1/41 and J/- cat\J SCRUBS .. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

'-!? .V.. .MlsJV. .* \ LADIES' CllAMPip^llIP TENNIS , .The -finals ol IJw^B-^rade.-ladles' . rSiublee chainplonFhlp were triayed ott oa Collen Grove tennis court Jiist Satunlay . A stTenuous tus'Je Jook jjlice, Me9dam4' S. Majmard and H. rJltopss v Mesdames ? Burrey and Williams.. ' Scores.' ' 6-3. in,favo!; bf ^esdMhH^aynaia and PlltniSS, friaida mt keenly interested In the mWi««.w jo., cf the-contestejits 'durtrEftli'e aftemooh.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Egg Board Not Liable PROSECUTION UNDER REGULATION FAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

Egg Board- Not Liable I'KOSECUTION UNDER EMULATION FAILS j X - ? ,? In the Glebe summons' Court last week Henry Arthur Jones, ril-Wat Rock-road, Compslc, proceeded Mfillist the Egg Mar keting Board of Nw«- ' south . Wales lor selling, wholesale, cold-storage eggs which 1 had not had stamped rn~tbe Fhell 'chUl- cd or raid .'.loied.' Mr.' D. R. Ball ap puarnd for the plaintiff: and Mr. Hooper fur the Egg Board; whlEli pleaded not . guilty. . ?, ? ? 4 .? i* ™ uti 1 - (wui, me qussnon for delcrjnlnatlon jyip 'urely of Jaw, and Mr. Hall tendfre^^^the regulation under which' the proceeding wire taken, and -which, providfsllji^cliilled nr cold Jilored eggs must In damned. - Mr. Hax pcr submitted, that- Board, was -iot o llnblc -o a ljcrialtv. V The xjffcnDe was rharqed un-ier: th- Mai-ket!n'e- ol Prlmarji Products Act, and Ihe .Hegtilatiorinlhere iinder, and no penaliv, Tie sutrnltted, / muld \K imposed Drt nB?^oard bscalise lllc regulation did not. to Mr. Gibson, penaUv cculd be imposed o...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

CRICKET NEWS—!! CJ!T YOUR SEASON'S OUTFIT Olid SAVE, at ? McDONALD'S CAPS. SHIRTS. SOCKS, Etc. Wear GRIPII TROUSERS, get a Ctn-E- p f C DI A 7 C D ''f.v or do the llat Trick and grt a * ' ^ ' O L A £-» u IV. GlIfLDFORD'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 ANY HOUR. J. MEALIA, Proprietor. WVNYARD STREET ? ? GUILDFORD Prompt, Reliable Motor Repairs ! r DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE: / Merrylatids Garage «/ OPPOSITE CINEMA. For TROUBLE-FREE SERVICE-! HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. WORK GUARANTEED. J. WAYMAN, 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 disposal. LET US QUOTE for your next Job. Merrylands Motors (B. W. VtVlAN, PtoprtetW) 172 Merryla...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Property Dispute A GUILDFORD CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

Property | 'Dispute A GUILDFORD CASE In the Equity Court W Tuesday, belore the Chief Judge, Mr. Jiistice Long Innes, the hearing was concluded of the suit „ instituted by Frederick Thomas Hawkes, \ of Menylands, and Lily Hawkes, Ills wife, against William Blaclpuore and Jessie Grace Blackmore; Ills ^ile . Tlie dispute between the parties was in relation to ccrtain land . at Guildford, which was sold in July,'T932, for £125, in uie »i«ie iviuiy naw&ca, mother of the fir£.t.-named plaintiff. Plaintiffs' case was that Blackmore had arranged with them to purchase the pro perty on their behalf,- and in pursuance of the arrangement they banded him £10 for the purpose of making the necessary deposit. Subsequent!^' 'blackmore com pleted the purchase, but conveyance was , made not to plaintiffs, but to Mrs. Black more. Plaintiffs; charged breach of trust, and prayed for relief. 'Defendants denied lie broach of trust alleged'. In giving judgment his Honor said that the probabilities a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

COLEMAN'S BREAD IS ALWAYS WELCOME ON YOUR TABIC. ? FRESH FROM THE ' OVIWS, UNRIVALtiEb FOR FTjAVOR! Try a Perfect Family J Loaf j FROM— ' * Coleman, Bake* BiJfd ' ttWesSi?:'' * . .. ' OARTS ; DELIVER . DAlIiW ' CHOICE TOMATOES. ? CHEAPER and BETTER it MERRYLANDS FRUIT PALACE, 184 MERRYLANDS ROAi-, MERRYLANDS. VEGETABLES IN SEASOfj RELIEF ORDERS ACCEPTED . T. MERLINO. Propilejfe. FOR BETTER^riSiok Which inE&nk BfiTTEB 'HfiklftH/ ? ^ Consult— ' 7 ' C. IVIcKENZtfL.MXO. or&tei^^ilnMtNi Moxham * , l«7a CHURCH ST^i'STAllMHiTli ? (over 'Henderson. sndiCegRs) 'fcha 47 McARTkUR gr. mrTT.niymrt Phone: aWSlf9 ? ; OWlCIAN TJew South Wall} BdiitaUbn Dgpartnifnt for the iilbnil oi 'sdHopK. qjnrjwteM^ glabsiS

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOFTUS PARK GIFTS TO INDIAN CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

LOFT-US- PARK GIFTS TO INDIAN CHILDREN At the Loftus Park Church of Christ (hu last visit 'being six months previous), Mr. Thomas, of Canley Vale, In address ing the congregation, said he was f.lx months1 nearer Home, the cross, and a crown. ? 'A1J ^Christians were only, sojourn ers and pilgrims travelling to the wonder ful City of God. Speaking of Mussolini, he said it would be- hard to tunevc ne was a man of peace. It is not God that pauses sin and war, he said. Mr, Ira Torode prayed that a 'united front' would-be shewn in precliing the gospel in foreign fields. ^ A surprise. awaits a missionary in India, wh*n a gift parcei is received ol oatchworb quilts and y^ste/made by ladles or the church. The.outstanding feature is a ' rug. completely handvkrtltted -by nine children raiding: in. McArthur-street, among wbpm are $he three children 'oi . Mrs, , Wa^rwv #ii'd jour-.H1drpn ^of Mrs. .CroIt; BabB JWhalan and Dot-Bcattergood. ; ;A wtmd^itia^eyement; as all are little . tot^.. '.V-r.-...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECHABITES' YEAR OF PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

SECIIAIHTES' YEAR OF PROGRESS *, A year of progress— flnandally and from the viewpoint of increased mefnber- . thtp — ts recorded In thfe report presented on Saturday night at the Slst annual meeting of the Independent Order o! Rcchabltes. The total nubiber of metnbera, wives; i widows., daughter*, Juveniles and chlidHm rn titled to the benefits of the Ordcf is a louii increase over me previous year of 586. The total funds of the Order in New South Walep are £289,375/4/1. the in brease for the year ended June 30 being tll.033/14/9. Benefits paid for sickness during Uie year amounted to £10,176/8/6, end scci tlent beneflts to £4084/5/11, liikklng u total average payihent a members ol tl/11/2!.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holroyd Council [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

Holroyd Council The following matters (among other* - were cealt with at last meeting of Hol loyf) Council: — Merrylands West Progress Association wrote seeking attention to Holroyd-rd., ana the footpath on the east side, from Mcirylands-rd. to the Methodist Church. — Referred* to ward aldermen. ? Merrylands Unemployed and Relief Workers' Council asked for support in an effort to Induce the Government to grant rent allowance of 12/ per week lor im poverished tenants and mortgagor home owners. — No action was taken. Minister for Mines advised, with refer ence to Mr. Gollan's 'personal represen tations' on behalf of council, urging the development of the shale oil Industry in this State, that the matter is receiving close attention, and is the subject of joint investigations by the Commonwealth and State Governments. — Received. Municipal Council of Balran&ld wrote seeking support at the Local Government conference regarding emergency relief works and employment of minors.— Re...

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