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PENSIONERS' RATES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

[?] Guildft-rd.1J^A^.^wr6tes H6iroyd Ocnm fitom ?muninjpal -fatas^imd eanU6iy-*er- '' jvlqejges,- BAOer

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT THEATRE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

REGENT THEATRE NEWS. On Friday and Saturday nights, also , at the znatinee on Satunday, . patrons of the R^ent, Gulldf)' rd, -will ^ee the ftn- .? est. Joe * B. Bro^h cftoedy made, -'Sir Day BUce^ Rider.' Jto^^tort to finish this picture ,1s one -jong!^iugb.y;-i1ie sup porting Teature wiJil b»^4,Rumba.'' star- ? ling .George Raft and Carole Lombard, the noted dance tearri : S^a^hflitlosal ? at- . trbcUtms are a teriy tpq&^Opera. ;a Fitzpatrick and a coloured oddity trfsHfare^beauty ''Menu.* On Monday landiiTuesday -nl^ita the long ewaited rmxaicoi romance 'Roberta' , etarringF)red-vA6teire,IfeneDun and Ginger Bogezs . supported by tiie - musical comedyi 'Sweet Music.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOGGED FOUR TIMES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

BOGGED FOUR TIMES That he had been bogged and com pelled to dig out his car' in' lsUitary-r^., Guildford, on four occasions was the com plaint of C. H. Tremlett, of GuildfbnJ, % to. H^royd Council on Tuesday night He asked tor repalrs tp ti;e roadway. — DefetTCar^endiiik rwert.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

TENNIS PLAYERS! BENTLEY'S TOURNAMENT RESTRINGS ? 15/- AGENT FOR N.SAV. SPORTS STORE. RACKETS ON EASY TERMS. KRAK'SIIOT RACKETS, usually '6'-, REDUCED ID 60/ 'EXPERT' Rfduced lo 45/ MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE, 132 MERRYLANDS ROAD, and THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD. NOW — We Have Added TAYLOR'S PREPARED PAINT 15 - per Gallon. To Our Large Paint Stocks. We Now Stock the Following Brands: DOCKER'S 'N.D.K., at . . . 9 6 Gallon MAJOR BROS.' PLYMEL, at . . \3/- Gail. STERLING 'HOME' at ... . 14/6 Gall. TAYLOR'S PREPARED, at 15/- Gall. BORTHWICK'S A.B. at .... 20/- Gall. BERGER'S B.P. at ? 20/- Gall. And All Paint Requirements. L. E. YOUNG & Co., Merrylands ? ? ? AND ( ? ? ? Guildford Hardware Co. 4/apd BATTALION RIFLE CLUB Annual CLUB BALL will be held In th« DRILL HALL, WOODVILLE ROAD, MERRYLANDS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 193S Cabaret Style: Supper Tickets 2/6 each 7^ Lucky Door Ticket 5/-. Best Dressed , Ta»le, prize 10/. Dancing 8-1 ajn. Drees: . Uniform or Evening Dress: Table Reservations...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

FOR SALE FOR SALE, Blockwood 1/6 cwt., 6/6 quarter, 12/ half ton, 22/-ton. coal 2/ cwt. Coke 1/8 bag. STAN BOGGY, 62 Cross-st., Guildford. Order at Green tree's Frultfihop. PIANO. Walnut flame, £7; Etrojlers, new, 16/9: Sewing Machine 25/- :? Gent's. ^ Cyclca from 35'-. 'The' Bargain Store, 1 South -st., Granville, at Station ; ' POR SALE. Clear Crystal Ice, delivered dally. STAN BUGGY, 62 Cr-'EE-itreet, . Ou^dfonl. , . TO :ljfr, Day orWEek. | EmelMnr . Ten- . ' nis =Oourt, ? Oxfort*«t.;visoutti OrtmvUle. ./ Appjy^JP. Iiamb,, McArtSur-street, v

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

IwSEEOS .«nd PLANTS ? . f /* t- - ? ' %/ : Ftwdert-I^ijb.ior wilt Pw - 4/-.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

MORE BARGAINS! E. H. LINE and Co. ! GUILDFORD'S PROGRESSIVE DRAPERS AND MERCERS OFFER OUTSTANDING VALUE ALWAYS! Make a Note of these Attractive Offerings ! GIRLS' SPUN SILK BLOUSES for School. City Price 3 11. OUR PRICE E,'9. COTTON FUJI SCHOOL BLOUSES. City l»rli* 2 i- . . .. OUR PRICE I/llJ SCHOOL TUNICS of Fadeless Lfnora from ? 3 9 each CURTAIN' NETS from .. .\- .. ? 9Jd yard CRETONNES from ? ? GJd yard SHADOW TISSUE .only ? I 41 yard DULL SILK MILANESE BLOOMERS for Children from ? ? .. 1 4J BOWS and COWLS to match all frocks. BOWS 6d each; COWLS 9*d each This is the LAST WEEK in which You can Obtain a FREE DRESS LENGTH with the NEW SEASON'S VOILES. MAKE YOUR LAY-BYE NOW. Hundreds of Choice Patterns to Choose from ! DO NO PASS .THESE ? BUY ! BOYS' SPl'N' SILK SHIRTS (2 Fockem) ? 3. '11 each | W S.M.. M. and O.S. BRITISH POPLIN PYJAMAS, Fancy Stripe, (i ll. Reduced ' / lo 5 . 11 j OXFORD PYJAMAS ? BOYS', 2 11; MEN'S 3 '11 P»!r j MEVS ATHLETICS from ? 1'' rarl1 I Also SHIRTS. TIES...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN ANIMALS FAST [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

WHEN ANIMALS FAST Any man with reserve supplies of fat can last for a considerable period, but . his ability to do without food is put into the shade by that of many of 4he ani mals of tlie world. The camel's hump ir u classic example of an emergency food store, but even the camel is outdistanced once in that period. Snakes, particularly when in captivity, may go without food for long periods, and there -was to. boa constrictor in the Paris Zoo which eschew ed all food for four years and a day. A python in the London Zoo went on'hunger st like :or eighteen jnonths; and now it has been discovered that fish, when frozen in an Ice-bound river, remain alive' and well for two months or more, because their digestive functions are temporarily suspended. This knowledge mav be used by commercial interests ^ -enable them to overcome the difficulty or transport ing tish to inland towns

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

HOLROYD BUILDINGS The following applications to build have been approved, by. Holroyd Council: | E. J. Lewis, w.b. cottage, Wcntworthville, £450; A. H. Sampson, additions to w.b. cottage, Miller-st, Guildford, £35; D. Sut cliff e, additions, workshop, Wen^Drth \llle, £56; W. T. Nunn,. workshop and bUmhL Die Esplanade, Guildford, £40; S. additions to cottage, Fairfield rqSndidfard, £30; W. W. Harris, garage, Merrylands, £35;' ' Alfred Dyer, adqffins to cottage, Girraween, £95; D. E. FJowffer, additions to cottage, Mary -St., Mwrj^ands, £25; W. Hargreaves, additions to w;b. cottage, Wentworthvillc, £125; R. j Lewis, flbro cottage, Rublna-st.r Merry- | lands, £300. TX-tal £1,1B0. ^ |

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

? — ? ? ' CORRECTION The combined church tennis report puo- ' lished on Octobcr 4 should have stated that the. competitions were played on Saturday (not Sunday) ! Dnd got a taxi at the railway station in order to visit his relatives at Bondl. The driver took lilon the longest way round.' However, Dad paid the amount asked. - 'Are -you tlie fellottf wl^pigiscovered that the world; was round?'V !pad afked the taxi-driver. 'Vi- 'What makes you apk that?' the driver replied. ' . / . . , 'Well, yer seem, tsr believe that if you want -to go to a place .in. the east you 11 get. there eventually^ il^y driving ^west,' Dad told him. iV.,;

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pensioners' Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

? Pensioners* Concert On Monday. September 30, at the School of Arts, Farflcld. tlie Old Age Pensioners' Association held a very suc cessful concert in aid tf their funds. The Duboic Concert Party supplied the fol lowing artists: Songs, Mrs. Johnson 1 Granville); recitations, Judith and Shlr . Dot 'Irwin; -character songs and dances, - B/.ni -Dubois ; tiomlc songs ajjtf MJUi ker* Two very ponuiar Items in addition were ''Santo and his friend Jerry,', and the 'Honolulu Boys.' Santo, of Enfield, had Just returned from his ventriloquist turn at the railway picnic at Clifton Gardens. The Honolulu Boys are the Rowe bro thers, of Guildford, and Jack Jackson, of Fairfield, who gaiued much applause with their music, played on steel guitars and songs. Mm Johnson gave a popular rendering rf 'Just, a Silver-haired old Lady.' Judith and Sh/lrley Heckenburg vere greatly appreciated, and encored wi'h 'You shan't come and play In our yard.' Tlie organisers are to he complimented on their programme...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

? — ? V L-/\TSp CAREYS! OCTOBER BARGAINS. LADIES' CREPE NIGHTDRESSES, White and Colore ? NOW 1/9 LADIES' FUJI DE LUXE BLOOMERS, all sizes ? NOW 1/3J CHILDREN'S FUJI DE LUXE BLOOMERS, all sizes ? NOW Illd. LADIES' COTTON VESTS, Special Purchase ? NOW llld GENT' S. ATHLETIC VESTS, all Sizes ? NOW 1/ GENT'S. TOP DOG WORK TROUSERS, all sizes ? NOW 4/11 UNBLEACHED CALICO. 361n., Guaranteed Pure .... 6d yard: 5/9 dozen UNBLEACHED SHEETING ? 54in„ llid: BOin., 1/4J yard UNBLEACHED SHEETING, IMPORTED BY US, KNOWN ALL OVER THE DISTRICT. Three Years' Guarantee. Plain and Twill 54in., 1 62 ; 70in., 1/9; 80in., 1/11£ yard. ^ HESSIAN, 72ln. wide. Heavy Quality ? NOW 9id yd., 9/3 doz. HAIRCORDS, 28in. 'wide. Past Dyes. Nov Designs ? 7id yard Pull Range of SUMMER BREEZE, CESARINE, LINENE and FUJI DE LUXE PLEASE NOTE. — We do not employ any Canvassers or Hawkers. These are paid high commission and you are charged for this when you buy at the door. ALL CASH ORDERS AND LAY-BYS TAKEN. .MERRYLANDS, als...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STORY OF TIME [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

STORY OF TIME Open your watch and observe the wheels, springs and screws, each a neces sary part in the wonderful machine. You are looking not merely at a clever ;u rangement of brass wheel*, but at the evolution of centuries, for this marvel lous little time recorder Is the result of j uiousanos oi years of experiment . I If you own the average watch it is composed of ninety-eight piece?, and i's manufacture entails mere than tao thou j sand operations, some of the smallest . screws it contains -being 40 minute that j your Unaided eye will not distingubh I fhem from specks of dirt. The spring through which all motion emanates is a strip of finest-tempered steel, about nine and a half inches long, and its thickness is most .carefully paus ed, for tlie difference of one fivchund redth of an Inch in' thickness would mean a loss of six minutes per hour In the accuracy of your watch. Necessarily, the value of waAch hprings is. enormous hi comparison with the raw material from which they...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mr. Startin, schoolmaster of Guildford Public School, had his three children, Joan, Rosalie and Winnie, confined to bed last week. MkA Hill, or 'Grace Cottage,' Henry road, is confined to her bed, suffering from ? an internal complaint. The many friends of Allan BlshoD. of 10 O Neill-street, will be pleased to learn that he is recovering afier an operation performed in the Auburn District Hos pital, on Thursday last. On Saturday last, June Curling cele brated her 12th birthday, with a party. Miss Hilda Bradley, of Roscbery-road, has entered hospital lo undergo an oper ation. The many friends of Mr. Howard Powleg and family were delighted to see them in Guildford for the Eight-Hour week-end. n.e lllc imProved physique of them all the air of Wolloiigonc; is Droving very beneficial . The. lr lends or Mr. Stephen Fowles, of Guildford, will be .vorry to learn that he was admitted 10 Lidcombe Hospital on Thursday last., Odtber 3 suffering with pneumonia. Miss Erica Hugl...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING GUILDFORD CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

CYCLING GUILDFORD CLUB The 24th handicap for the Kirkland Cup was run 011 Saturday last, and at tracted 18 starters. R. Phillips rode a particularly fine race to win from the 3m. 40 sec. mark, just mUshig the fastest tune I prize by 9 4-5 sees. Bil Tighe, who An- I ished second, was unfortunate enough to j be held up at VUlawood gates, losing valu- 1 able time. Dawson, the scratch man, proved tc:- good lor his co-markcr. Field, shaking him off to finish alone and gain TaMest time, averaging nearly 24 miles I per hour for the juorney. | Club members wlfh to express their j .?ympathy for those Injured when the official car was nnashed up on tlie way to the turning point. I The junior race was won by R. Sindle. R, Paul gaining fastest time doing the 4 miles in 13m, 35s. Seniors: F. PlUlltps. 3.40, 1; W. Tlglie. 4.30. 2; D. Munro, 3.10, 3; A. Dawson, fcr.. fastest time, lhr. 0m. 35s. Juniors: R. Sindle. 1.0. 1; A. Munro. 1.30. 2; R. Smith, 1.30, 3; R. Paul, «cr., ? fastest time 13.35. ,...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS DAVIS—SMITH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 10 October 1935

WEDDING BELLS DAVIS— SMITH A quiet -but pretty wedding Svas cclc- ' brated at LoftU3 Park Church of Christ, on Saturday, Oclobcr 5, at 4.30 p.m. The i church was niccly decorated, with choice flowers. The contracting parties M'ere Miss Gladys Smith, cf Woodstock-strcet. Guild ford, and Mr. Albert Davis, of North Sydney- Rev. J. Clydesdale officiated. The bride was gowned hi ice blue metal- 1 asse, and carried a banquet of pink sweet peas and asparagus fern. Mrs. D. Dubois acted aa matronof honor. attired in beige flat crepe. Mr. Harold George was best iman . The bridge was given away by her j father. Mr. E. Smith. ' Mrs. Smith t mother of bride 1 wore beige morocahi, and Mrs. Davis imothclr of bridegroom) was attired in navy moro cttin. After the ceremony twenty couples gath ered at the home cf 1 lie bride's parents, where they ]-artooK cf a very dainty re past. Customary toasts were honored. Among those present, were Miss Mc Kenna (Sydney), Mrs. George, snr. (Cou ncil's Pcinlt. Mr....

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935

guild ford; PERSONAL Little Norman O'Connor, 9, of Shackel Avenue. after a severe attack cf measles, was threatened with pneumonia, and had to be removed lo the Coast Hospital. Through this wise move the disease was checked and he is now recovering. Mr. AU Lawencc, of Station-street, celebrated a birthday last Thursday, at his residence. On Tuesday. Mr. McNautrtut, of Rose berry-road, went to sleep, and after being is nours rus ?wiie oecwnu; alarmed and called In Dr. Hunt; who recommended his removal toy ambulance to Randwick Hospital. Mr. J. D. Simpson, of 54 Myall-street, ts suffering from a slight nervous break down. HOLIDAYS AND RELIEF First-class constable Filtness, of Guild ford. is on sick leave, and Constable May nard is on 32 days' annual holiday. Ser geant Swan, of Merrylands, is also on 15 days' holiday, and Constable Collins Js relieving at WcntworthvlUc. Sergeant Elliott Is in charge of tlie whole district, he comes from Penrith. MOTOR ACCIDENT An accident occurred on 6...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANVILLE BATHS PLAN [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935

GRANVILLE BATHS PLAN The Local Government* Department advlFed Granville Council that tlie draft specifications of the proposed swimming b^ths to I??' constructed from an advance of £16,750, could be accepted. Council dnrided to nroceed with the ech&me. It will pay £1000 and give a receipt for £2M/ll/9 on aocount of ratns, for land wl'hln Bersan's Paddock, which has been selected as the site for the baths.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUMBERLAND DANCE BAND Holiday Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935

CUMBERLAND DANCE BAND ' Holiday - Dancc This dance,' held at the Memorial School cf Ait'-. Guildford, on Octdbsr 7, was more popular than ever; visitors from dlst ricts as far out as Liverpool 'attended to en toy the well balanced programme of old-time and jazz and new vogue dance*. The band gave of tfieir bnst, which was greatly erv^ceciated. The M.C., Mr. Ire land, announced a jazz competition, the prize being .two handsome *'llv?r cups. Tlie entries/which ate fr*»c, win rlcce at Ihe ihV dancv on Tti^riay. 22nd. The c^neMMon will commence on Tuesday, November 5.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD R.S. PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935

GUILDFORD R.S. PICNIC On Monday, Eight-Hour Day, members of Guildford R.S. and S. Club, with their wives and families, journeyed to Ken tucky pleasure ground by special snotor 'busts for their .annual plcnb. The weather was ideal, and a «nost enjoyable cuUng was spent in the usual manner, with gamch and races for young an*?, old, while the children were kept well supplied ui:h fruit and lollies. Prizewinners ot the races were as fol low: — Tiny tots, girls, Wendy Thorn 'on: b^vs, BrPjy Davey; 4 to 7 years, girl, Haze] Gil'tt. boy. Was. McKay: 8-11, girl, Joyce Murray, boy. Bob Butters: 12-14, girl, Nancy Murray, boy Col. Lambert Mem ber?' wives* race was won by Mrs. But t'r*: inembars' race won by C. McFar lanc.

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