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DIGGERS' CLUB DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

DIGGERS' CLUB DANCE The usual monthly dance, organised by tlie Guildford R.S. and S. Club, was held in the Memorial School of Arts on Satur day. September 14. The large number of people present (about, 80 couples) speaks wrli u'or the .popularity cf this function. Ycung'? orchestra provided the music. Prizewinners of the personality barn dance were Miss McLeod and partner; I luckv number for cake. Miss B. Palmer. The Ladies' Auxiliary performed wond ders in catering, and they dec-srve all credit. Mr. Lennard carried out the duties cf M.C. in his usual capable man ner. The October dance was intended to be th? last function this year, but it is imdcr.r-:ood that the Ladies' Auxiliary have booked the Memorial Hall for a dance to be held in tlie first week of December. 1 — _____

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAFETY AT SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

SAFETY AT ' SCHOOLS. 1 The Department of Transport has ad vised Holroyd, Coiincll thafc in view ot . an -approadhing epnferenne rbetween the . . Po)lce, Education and ^Ti'ansportB De- \ partments,' to deal' with safety measures at schcfi« tbl-question of 'Jaltering tne signs at Guildford Public School, es re quested, had been pibst^oh'ed; pending ' a decision .—Tlie P. ^a-id -C Association will be so advised!. '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILITARY ROAD Holroyd Council's Proposal [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

MILITARY ROAD Uolroyd Council's Proposal The following amotion, by Aid, W. Campbell, was carried by Holroyd Coun cil on Tuesday nlght: -'That the overseer prepare estimate oi cost, and report on the construction of twin concrete ' traffic strips, -cacli two feot six Inches .wide; commencing «t the lend of thE ^inetal section in Military-road ' for = a distance of 34 chains,' to the boundary , 'of Jdftrry lands Ward, then for a distance ^of 38& chains to Guildford-road, such work to be carried out as' a relief ..work.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Combined Dance M.U.-P.A.F.S.A.-G.U. LODGES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

Combined Daitce M.U.-r.A.F.S.A.-G.U. LODGES I Al tiie friendly societies' social and dance, held in tlie Regent Theatre. Guild ford, on September 29. over 170 were present, proving it a complete success; 10 much so that P.D.G.M. Bro. V. Clarke (M.U.I.O.O.F.i said that further func tions would be arranged. Representatives of Uie Grand Executive cf each Society present were: Friendly Societies* Association. P.P. Bro. D. Spring | (M.U.); P.A.F.S. of AusL, D.G.M. Bro. j F. 'O. Lock and Grand Sec.. Bro. R. R. | Springall; G.U.O.O.F., P.G.M. Bro. H. Smith. G.D.. Steter Badkln. P.W.C.M. and Bro. Parish, W.C.M.; M.U.I.O.O.F.. Grand Master J. McCarthy, Dist. G.M. Bro. T. Cribb and I. P. G.M. Bro. D. Mat thews. Personality barn dances were won 'by Mrs. Ganes and Mr. Plckorng and {Miss K. O'Niell Had Mr. Bradfhaw. Sr.wTt addresses were given, D.G.M. Bro, F. C. Lock, of the P.A.F.S., s'-atlng that friendly societies were definitely on the up grade. P.G.M. Bio. H. Smith. G.D., G.U.O. O.F.. iaid ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R.S.L. HONOR FOR LADY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

B.S.L. HONOR FOR LADY Miss Ruby Coulson, of Aubuni, who next week vrfll 1 receive from tlie Gov ernor -Slr Alexander Hore-Ruthvcn) at \ the RJS.L. Congress at Orange, the ' Leagu fs Certificate of Merit, has devot ed much cf her leisure time during the part 20 years to alleviating the buffer ing of Diggers.) r-t'. : . i Shortly alter . the mtbreak of war, v, Miss Coulson became secretavy or the 1 r ' wom-m's Patriotic League at Aubur.i, and later held.', similar j»sts with the War Cl»st. and /Rfid CnPss , Societies. She organiiKd '.a . great number of con certs at Liverppol Camp.. After the cesEatlon of hostiliiiss she undertook the . CTganisation of Sunday night wncerts'along the mnin suburban line, averaging about 20 annually Next Monday night, on the.evis of her departure for Orange. Miss -Coulson, will be presented at the Civic Theatre, Aub ? umT^ with a sheaf of flowers 'from tlie jwivss of local eat-servicemen;1 The sheaf : later -will be placed on the War Menwr ial at Orange....

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mr. Alcorn, the well-known Guildford grocer and produce merchant, was down with Influenza last week.^ Mrs. Bevege, of 30 Cross-street, had tlw misfortune to drop an 8 lb. flat Iron on lier foot last week, severely Injuring a big toe. z Mr. and Mrs. m. O'Kecfe and family arc holidaying in Guildford, and are Lhe gueste of Mr. and Mrs. Mealia, of Wyn yara-sbreei. NEW BOOKS FOR S. OF ARTS There will be a quantity of new books available at the School of ArLs library t-liis Friday. OBITUARY Rev. I). Batrd Sympathy is extended lo Mrs. Startin, of Rhodes Avenue, wife of the popular school teachcr, in the loss of her father. Rev. D. Balrd. lute ot the Pitt Tawn Ebenezer Presbyterian charge, who p.ass ed peacefully a-way at. a private hospital in Ashfleld i in his 81st year), last Sunday afternoon. 22nd. GUILDFORD HARDWARE CO. Work has been started on tlie comer property at Guildford-road. and Railway Tcrrace, and we have information that early in December large modern prem...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poppy Day SHERWOOD DIGGERS' REQUESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

Poppy Day SHERWOOD DIGGERS' REQUESTS Sherwood sub-4-ranch, R.S.S.I.L. A-i asked Holroyd CouncU for permlss* 41 to collect on Peppy Day; to arrangs f ^r we branch to have representation on the commlttfe : handling primary produce ' parcels tor 'Xmas; «lso that the. flag at the Town Hall be flown at\Jialf-mast on the demise ri ^.rtturwed 'soldiers. : Aid. K. Taimplin;!anov«l ' that thi first request he referred back ;to .Sher- J wo^d branch; -and permission l-e gi wn tn the head xJommltteer wWch 4iad ap plied to |)e allowed ^condUDt^«ale of : porvnief on November 8.-— Carried. , 1 T/ie £econd request was agrsnted, . end the third was refen'ed back, .stating that the fiflg would be £own as '-requested,' if council were duly nTtifled In each case; I

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD "TOWN HALL" SITE Not to be Sold [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

HOLROYD 'TOWN HALL' SITE Not to be Sold Holroyd Council decided on Tuesday night, on a motion by Aid. W. Campbell, to withdraw a motion on the books of council, providing for the sale of council's land near the post office. It was argued that council would need the land tor clcctrii-ity buildings. Aid. Maunder said council should go ahead with building of shops, etc.. as a means of revenue. Several aldermen .'-pcke against the idea of building a town Inaii on tne site. Aid. Campbell denied any intention in regard to erection of a town hall. He forccaj-tcd a revision of the boundaries 1 cf the municipality. If not. it may be necessary to have an office in each centre. I The motion was carried.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FERGUSON CUP SCHOOLS' SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

FERGUSON CUP i SCHOOLS' SPORTS I On Saturday last the school --notrs took place at Merryands Park, three schools competing: — Guildford, Merrylands and WentworihvilJe. The attendance was good, considering the iuclement weather and the ground reasonably solid for the events. The Ferguson Cup (for boys), prev iously held by Merrylands. and P. and C. Trophy (for girls), previously held by Guildford, were both won by Wcntworth villc. Junior Red Cross Trophy (girls' march past) was retained by Merrylands. Tliis was judged bv Mrs. Fleck. Medals fcr boys' championship were all won by Merrylands. Medals for girls' cliamnion shi« — 1st, to Merrylands, two to 'Went- worthville. Tlie above medat all donat ed by Mr. H. Ferguson. It was dlsapiwintinR that only three schools were represented in the competi tions. I Tlie following were the results: — FERGUSON CUP Age racet — 9 and under, D. Burnliam (Mi 1. M. Lowe (G 1 2, L, Peterson (G) 3; 10 yesu-s. R. Burgess -M- 1, H. Woods -G- 2, C. Cowan iMj...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TOURNAMENT FOR SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

TENNIS TOURNAMENT ,FOR SCHOOL A very enjoyable time 'was,«pent by all who participated In an torfjay tennis tournament on O'KeeUc'sJjBuriiBolton street, last Thursday, processor which So U- help defray the expenses jncuzml In connection with the recent juvenile school ball. Mis. Dlrta was tile winner, and Mrs. Lutton escond. Mrs'. NlchoUs held the lucky door ticket,' and Miss Brad ley, the. lucky. Ucktt-Jor a box of icnoco lates. Miss OTCcefle. warmly ..Uian'ted Mesdamgi Thompson,; P!(i and Murrav, who donated prizes, and also the ladles who supplied afternoon tea. flfs'thy burden hard and heavy?. Do thy steps drag wearily? Help to bear thy brothers burden, God will bear both -it and ihee; Is thv cruise of oil falling, go and share , it with another, And thro' all^the years oi famine, 'twiU suffice the» and thy.ljrofcjier. f

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

INTERESTING LECTURE On Thursday, September 26, at the Regent Theatre, Guildford, an Interest ing lecture and amusing programme was given by the Popular Science Club under tile auspices of the Parents end Citizens' Association, which resulted In the funds being Increased by the sum of £2/5. Mr. Cooper Vines, in a short, Informal talk, explained the high Ideals of the dub. and opened the entertainment with a movie picture of Canada, showing (he beauty spots along the Canadian Pacific Railway. This was followed by two films of the beauty spots of New Zealand, and a picture entitled 'Thruls' or 'Moments from Heal Life,' showing parachute des cents and hair-raising acrobatic feats. The programme was interspersed with comics. Arrangements had been made and lanterns and slides were in readiness for a descriptive address, 'From Sydney to London.' but as the majority of the audi ence were children additional comics were shown and were appreciated by all.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
21st Birthday Party MISS HEATHER DAVIES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

21st Birthday Party MISS HEATHER DAVIES Canning's Hall was filled with gaiety on Saturday night last, when over 70 guests accepted ihe invitation of Mr. and Mrs. D. Davies, of Chamberlain-road, Oulldford, to the 21st anniversary of the birthday of their second eldest daughter, Heather, the hall being prettily decorated by some of her girl friends. with the utual golden key by her father, after which Mr. Llnton, M.C handed her the back-door key, amidst great applause from the guests. In responding, .the happy young lady thanked all for being present, but called on her brother. Bob, to make the rest ot the speech for her. A framed 'text' was also presented to Heather by Mr. Chapman, on behalf of the young ladles, at Thursday night's meeting, in the Springfield Gospel Hall. Interspersed 'with games and competi tions, vocal items, were rendered by Miss Marjoiie Edwards. Mr. and Miss Linton and Mrs, Dumbrill. the accompanist* be ing' Miss Ruth Wilson. The two-tier birthday cake was made ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRINTER'S WILL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

A PRINTER'S WHA The wUl of a retired printer of Glou cester was recently uiniBde known. Al though: Intended tor Ws o*n family, to sentiments are isultable 4o *11 children, and vto jrrown^, top.' TJilg jHfrnwite will readB,,*s* olece of ijrtse. If oldfash ioned, advfce: -.'Z itrge ror ?children «b live thrifty Uves,;ne|Wimbfring that sll good glfts^«ri!^jOpQ,^ndthe!iirtoeja»ia«-roper use 39 Ifcem'ft ;«VUlre-*:i*»ions!blllty to God.. I furtheriurgeTOy children to resist the .tfmojattpn'rt^de^andaunjiy.' Many long lecUires.Tjy wise nien contain less fflinwnfrated /goodn^wtand ? feaind ^chta5^?P-oes 4ht .short piece of . plpus ??*)iaimfef%*- .V,.;... .,,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELL IT ON STATIONERY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

TELL IT ON STATIONERY Many business tans do not appear to recognise the importance of Including their telephone and private -box numbers and telegraphic -^ttjde.1 address ]n their stationery, advertisements and other pub licity matter. The invariable adoption of such a practice Is most desirable, in the case of the telephone -number, it save time, obviates unnecessary reference to tplnnhone dlm*tnr4no?f»w4-iM»nAMitir #a..iii totes telephone Itrjmsactlons. The inclu sion of the urivate box number encourages clients to^ jtinaadreErfhffoorrespond ence -thus expeajahitjltE delivery, ?whilst the use of a telegraphic, code address en ables tlie address in * telegram to be condensed, ,, . . \. ... '? .. Get a guote from 'Itae BU.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
I.O. Oddfellows BIENNIAL SESSION STARTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

I.O. Oddfellows BIENNIAL SESSION STARTS The biennial session of the Grand Lodge cl the Independent Order of Odd fE'°wy '»f Now south Wales began at the Railway Institute Tunsday, before 150 representatives of Subordinate lodgss throuehout the State. i-~b— In his report, the Grand Master (Bro. W. J. Goodwin) disclosed Uisf, la the past two years, membership of the crd er had Incr-psed by 51 i. General funds had in the isame nerioH lnr.renKnri hv n* 787, 63 make a toUl ot £34?. 382. It was later reported that £3222 had been paid for the relief of unemn'.oycd brethren. ' The rrdi has Dern In contlnujuc op era! ion since 1836, aEd It Is banned to ho'.d its centenary celcbratUns on Fnt ruary 24, 1036.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DESPICABLE VANDALISM [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

DESPICABLE VAWMMSSf Christ Church. .Old Gmldford, was broken into by thlevr-«, th' sanctuarj' cur tains broken down and stolp nl«n n car pet. Windows and dnoi.s b-hiR forrr^l oprn. air.- the parish hall. ? Hh .vc soi'Ul every precious thins.' ih.-y forufii .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CIGARETTE WHO INVENTED IT? [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

THE CIGARETTE WHO INVENTED IT ? When Sir James Barrie wrote about 'my lady nicotine' he referred chiefly to the joys of pipe smoking. But the jihrase has a more literal meaning to day, when lipsticks are Incorporated lu cigarette cases. Tht Inventor of the cigarette will probably never be Jdcntiftcd— like most modem achievements, it was evolved. *i- w»»» May nrouy nnuve races- roll tobacco in a carefully selected leaf, and prefer to smoke it like that to usmj a pipe. It is possible that this primitive cigarette preceded pipe-smoking. A.', to the origin of the cigarette as we now know it wrappiM in paper, a variety of claims have been put. f oi ward. There is, perhaps, some trurh In the 5t«ry that in H)iahom Pasha.' campaign against the 'lirk i- IBM s |-,ad oi tcbacco and a quantity or pipes wtre K'-iH to an Egyptian unit as a reward for their valor In storming St. Jean d'Acre in Syria. A grenade had blown the pipes to piecrs, but an Egyptian soldier was not. to be deprived of his sm...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STARTING A ZOO [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

STARTING A ZOO ' Mr. A. P. O'Npill. oi MvnvlaiuK received a baby kangaroo hem Walge:t on Wednesiny. Keep your face with Miii'liinc In. laugh a little bit: Gloomy shadow? oft, will nil. if y-.n have the wit and grit. Just to laugh a liltlr- bit.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guildford School Ball STAFF'S SUCCESSFUL WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

Guildford School Ball STAFF'S SUCCESSFUL WORK The juvenile fancy dress ball in con nection -with Gullaford Public School proved to be a most spectacular and successful tattalr. The largest attendance to date in cluded quite a big percentage of adults overcrowding all available space In the assembly hall. The great work of the staff In. prepar ing for the occasion was thus given practical appreciation. The teachers OTwmm wuuuiwuiiy miutrr me neaumasier (Mr. Petersen). over £16 will be netted, the expenses being light, owing to the careful management. The grand match followed by the danc ing the lancers, w,ere prettily done; also a minuet by the 'Early Victorians' and 'Merrie England' smb. The sets taking part -I6) represented Merrie England, Pierrots and Pierrettes, I daffodils and sunflowers. Early Victorians, Red Indians, toy soldiers, Old Maids of Lee. Gypsies, Turks, Greeks, elves and fairies, Japanese girls, Dutch, rainbow, Uimls players and cricketers. Judges were Miss Cunningh...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Workman Killed MERRYLANDS MAN'S TRAGIC END. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

Workman Killed MERRYLANDS MAN'S TRAGIC END. Mr. Ei'iesl Terry -37) cf BplmuiM. ;treel. Mfrrj'lands. was killed in a re lnnrknble accident when working undov emunci in a tunnel, jjart of tin- city railway con.s?truciion work,, near Uil Mitrhpll Llbran-. on Thursday last. Hi' was tt'-uck full i.i the rh nl by 1'a'f a. ion of sift concrete, which w?s liung firm a m: chine- knowjj as a con i-p.ti Run. Tenv wa- Uir mi 20 fe t bv the farce of the blw. and then fell JG feel, ecun a. wll. Ho was drad «)i ?,: |:l-krd up. Tclr,' wa.*j on?],loyed as a laborer, and vac in cliarec cl tile concrete KH'- This df\ire. which works by air pressure, is u-crl to thrcvi' large quamiti * of con i-i'.-t? intD place: where ordinary meth i ''s cf ^preading cencret? would prevLMit difficulties. Accn-ding to the pilce ip por:. Uie air valve enrratiiifr tlv bum whs inadvertently not F™-cured. Terry \iiw a?;p3rent.'v atJemptin? jo Trie some rL-nciete vn'ch hjd hardened ill Uu' 11'o-jth of tlie gi'ii when tli. m...

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