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RIDING ABREAST AN OFFENCE FOR CYCLISTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
RIDING ABREAST AN OFFENCE FOR CYCLISTS There was Interest In Nowcastic legal circles follwliig the publication of a letter concerning the prosecution ol cjclifis riding abreast, and the writer's Kugfrertlou thai an appeal against fines infltctcd for the offence might be suc ctwful. It u-as pqlntcd out. however, that the Local Government ordinance dis tinctly lnld down thai vehicles t-hould not b' driven abreast. sprliin 3 nf nrriiniuiPn warii- 'Thn driver or a vchiclc rhaJI not drive it abreast of another vehicle except for the purpose of passing. If unable to pass at once, ho shall fall behind. He shall not slop it abreast nS andlhcr Ran ding vehirle.' To the avrrage pcreon 'vchiclc' might m'«n a motor car. a lorry or a npring cart. Certainly blcyclcs are not named iu that soctlon; but. In «?ecth-]\ 1, clause C. of -f Ji-* same ordinance, it scf&out tliat a \ThicIe includes a machine, and a machine includes bicycle, tricycle, or any other contrivance propelled or driven by ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
.CHCfeCH OF ENOHINO : SUNDAY. OCTOBISH. ZU cauliarorfl. ki. maiys: ..« «.n:, uom ih union. Rector: 3. Children's Scr vfoa- 1.1S: Evensong.- Bect»r. 1 chri'it tSiurch. Old OuiWtord: : 7.15, c -Evensong Mr Hoblnson: ?St. 'Aira's^ H am, Mr* naroshaw. . . MerrS'«ids: |3 -and 1 16 iBv;a»u7isba;i'. ? Jl c mtmml w, Hector- .' 7.1« Mr Dubois Z fire^Wjes 7 16 £ven Prayer. ,iay Iff 30 IHHHh
FILM FLASHES KAY FRANCIS IN "STRANDED." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
FILM FLASHES KAY FRANCIS IN 'STRANDED. 'Stranded,' toe Warner Bros, pro duction starring Kay Francis; will be Lh? feature attraction at Merrylands Ci'Actra this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. It Is aosther special service story, lor which Warner Bros, are fam- . ous, and lws as background the Unit ed States O'Vernments Department of Tjnrr.;igrat:on . George Bront has the loading masculms role. COLLEGE THRILLER. Kent TaylT, Arllne Judge and 'Wendy BaiTie head a group of HoIIywoods yvusigcr stars In P&ramount's college murder mj^tcrj', 'l^ie Cl^ck Strikes 8,' which screens at Merrylands Cinema this Satui^Jay* Mion-tay and Ttvjsday. 1 The plot centres about Wendy Barrie, I the comlly j^oirng miss from England, j who in the plctur-r is suppose to have 1 a fatal fascination for the college siielks. , STEP IN FETCHIT STEPS TOO FAR 1 I While making a soene for 'Charlie Clian' in Egypt, the latest Fox Film myttfery thriller which comcs next Wed nesday, Thursday nnd Friday to Me;Ty la...
GUILDFORD FUNERAL FUND Successful Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
GUILDFORD FUNERAL FUND . 5uec£d$tat Dance A very select -and enjoyable dance was held In the Assembly Hall, Guildford, on Saturday night last, lith, Mien 190 danc ers. as£einbl£d in aid of the Guildford Funeral Fund. Refreclimente were seiz ed, and a toad programme of old-time and jaxz -was aWaiigea by the M.C., Mr. R. Brent, to mtalc of the feyncopators' orchestra. Prize -^Inhere were: Mrs. Coventry, Mts. E. Jtunn, Mis M. Prentice, Mr. M. Martin, Mr. B. Ooventry and Mr. C. Newmah. The next function will be held In tte saBft platfe bh 'OcMbk- 26.
ANTI-WAR DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
ANTI-WAE DANCE A very pleasant evening was spent at the Merrylands School of Arts, when the above committee held a dance cm the 3rd ln?t. Burcibn's orchestra supplied the music, modern' and xld-time. Mr. L. Johnson acted a-s M.-G. ' prizes were won by Mrs. Terrs', Mrs. Bennett, Miss O'Con nor. J. Riley, and Mr. Smart. Hand taitted scarf (donated by Mrs.- J. Sutton) ' was won by F. McGregor, who kindly handed it back to tlie committee.
"MISSIONARY" MISUNDERSTOOD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
'MISSION AkY' MISUNDERSTOOD Mr. W. L. Jago, preaching at Guild ford Methodist Church 6n 6th Inst., said that the term 'missionary' was Jhlsun derwoo'd. To many it wfis aulte a foreign uord. relggaWd to the tlescnpUofn of then and work that have TO do -with preach ing the Gospel In foreign lands. But the wcrd Is so big In Its esMtftlal iheaiilng nnd Implications, that this generation of Christians, wlfth its demand for reality and truth, we must excuse It from Its distances of foreign fields and demon strate Its meaning to all Christian work, whether at home or abroad.
FIELD OF ROMANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
FIELD OF ROMANCE Owing to the abscncc cf the hon. sre rclary, Mr. M, McNaaght (due to ft re turn cf war dfcabili Y,. of Guildford «u--- brahch R.S. and S.I.L.A., the assistant hon. secretary. Mr. A. Leslie Howe, has been appointed to tlie office of convener of this truly scn'imental ceremony, and reports tha& arrangements axe well in hand. The support of local todies, aid-, ermen of Holroyd and local clergy are arsircd. The ccremcny will take place at the Guildford Cenotaph wh°re rosl- . l|nn« will b? af'oted to rn'jirneri soldiers, reJatdv«Ss of fallen rp*nradf\s tJio cj^gy and the general (public. Further infor mation will pr^-v^ar ui next 'vi^eek's Issue and by ImndWJli'.
FIERCE BLAZE THREE HOUSES ALIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
FIERCE BLAZE THREE finiTSES AtrotfT A disastrous liu* occurred last' Thurs day, lutli, aLcuL 4 p.m. Vn I^'ft\is Park, Merrylands, and could be seen fdr miles aiound. One collate -was totally destroy ancthi'r nearly to. and the third partly burnt,, a hc\, afiemoon, the fierce flames taxed the ability of GuilctfOTd, Mero' jand$ and Parramntia Fire Brigades, un der direction of Di-L. Officer Smith, who admitted it was thy toughiut lire in his experience for -«!.?» time. appears tiia? ai the home of Mr. and u 1 '-vol' waits ana Wieir unree cmldren. 41 Mnry-sireet, Merrylands, Mrs. Walls ccniinenced cooking in the kitchen hri'pjace and kft go to a ne^'ghbDUr'^. and while there f-hi' ^-as told thtf- smoke was issuing- from her house. Returning nuiTipdly she atiempted to clambpr in the? front rrxim v.incl^v, but the. smoke ua.s too strong and drove her to&ck. The hro was dl* covered by Mrs. Myitle Terry, of 3G B?lmont-m-wt. widow of Mr.. Terry, who died a.s tha H'=ult of the cement...
'Pay! Pay! Pay!' IS CRY, SAYS CHURCH PAPER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
'Pay ! Pay ! Pay !' IS CRY, SAYS CHURCH PAPER 'Disappointment at the very small degree of prospective relief from the bur den of taxation,' says ihe Sydney 'Cliris- lian World,' 'is producing a growing feeling cf dissatisfaction and anger in the minds of .a large proportion of Australian people. 'Government throughout the Common wealth If- raid to have cost last year the unbelievable sum of £177,000.000, or an average of about £-0 a jwr.son. 'The question is now raised as to whether the goods are worth the price. 'Many of the taxes now in force were originally imposed as emergency meas ures. but have settled to the level of matters of course — the course liavlng been unpleasantly long. 'At first the people were reconciled becausc of pos(-war conditions calling for sacrifice on their part. Now there would seem to be signs of. the same process of pay, pay, pay, «going on for ever and a day, and thry are growing pardonably impatient beneath the t&rain of it. 'Even the depressio...
Advice to Surfers DANGER OF SKIN DISEASE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
Advice lo Surfers danger or skin disease Dr. j. whit ion Flyim. -t sydnry, in ft discussion In the deimatology section at tlie Biitish Medical Association's con ference in Me^b ume said that without doubt epidermophytun infection -surf- ers itch) W8' the incsi common skin dis cea^e. In New Soutli Walos to-day. His f'wn obserratloii. clinical and microscop ical, Hi him to repeat, what, he had pre viously seated, namely, that more than «« Mci cem 01 araney s natur mate popu lation up to 50 were, or had been, in fected with it. Everyone, he added, would agree as to lti rapid spread in th. t last 15 years, and more particularly in th? last six or seven years. Herman Goodman, of New York, liad Ftoted tlial ringw- rm of the feet would be found wh:re people walked barefooted on nrist snrfac- s. Many persons euffcrPd for ye.u.s front ewek*? In the skin nnd itching under and b- Iween tlu* toes, without realising that those were the maiifrciat:on« of n ^efi n!*| tiircflse. Sweat, lie added, w...
CYCLING MERRYLANDS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
CYCLING M35RRYLANDS CLUB The atwve t lub held a 5 miles race cn Woodville-road eouise on Saturday, l^tn. Rc-sult: F. Lewis -2m.» 1, A. Fear (1.30- 2, O. Pinclieun (1.30) 3; fastest time, J. P. Ycung, 12.55. F. Lewis rode brilliantly throughout, he to«^k the lead at. the lum and » )u trrublcd Jo 'n in easily from A. Fear and G. Pinrhani. J. P. .Youur. who reeorded fa-tr:ii time, haiLs from Camden. Hp has only liad two ride* U'Jth iitLs cluh and has recorded fa^^/?^t (imp on both occasions. He elahrr; hp was unplaced at Camden in hi«i last, three rides there. If tliat Is to. fJicn, I'll r.ay they have t.omr hot ones thrre. In a previous race of 25 mikr», R. Deve Hon recorded fastest time, 1.5.40. There ha.s been some unromplimeiitary remarks regarding thic lime, and Dick v.Lshrr, it made public that if he cannot rldn tlie J25 milos in the above time, h? is wJlJing t«- forfeit ihr p^int-.^ccre which he has won . GUILDI^ORD CLUD The aliove \\b mile handicap, which was run on Saturday la...
SHORTS, SLACKS & SLIMNESS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
SHOUTS, SLACKS « SUMN£SS (Observaboos by Fele&i) Many and bitta have been the con troversies toafcett for ahd against dibrts as feminine attire for sport, but despite a31 th'ey Wave 'ttefWUtsly ccme into their own. They iare invalu-. able 'for laeacb wear, th'e most b&comlng and cens'ble garments to -wear on the tennis court, and, of course, accepted as uie iiung^o wear for hudng and cycling. For the slim, they can be straight and abbreviated, .for the not-so-slim there are becoming styles, ingeniously pleated so tfcat they appear as short skirts. Tne fashionable miss usually carries a wrap over ricirt of -iie -saine or cdntrastlng material which c&n be buttoned over the shorts when' convention demands. 'SlackB' for comfort and style have etiabllshed themselves flraily, but al though they are worn for ease. by women of all ^bapes and sizes, it cmust 'be ad tnftted that -afitn hips are necessary M they *re io appear really smart. rWr 'who lead, a sedentary lif...
CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE Westmead v Merrylands [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
CRICKET l»AjatAMAVrA itrVrotes A GRADE ? v MetTT\awds Won by Wefitmead toy S3 runs on the first innings. Wesjnead — Jst innings, 223 ; 2nd Inii Ings. 194. (Bfrwling: J. Hoi-sey 2, '34. L. bo\1son 1/90, ~W. Nunn 1. 49, K. Davison 3 :45, E. AOdlocat 2/25 . Merrylands. 1st innings — p. Oglesby 3B, K. Davison. 0, E. Adaicoat. 1, J. Headon 1 G. Connolly -10. Reg Wain w 0. J. Horsey . 3. Rod Walker 72, ft. Muhncry M, L. Davl sin 7. W. Ntroh n.o. 14: sundries J»— 170. C GRADE— Division 3 Warri^al v Metrylatids Won hy Warrigal on'Ilrst innings by €2 rtins. . Mci inlands, 1st innings, 109; 2nd lnn lng=r— D. Mcore 0. 3. Oglesby 1, V. Thomp son 66, R. SlMel 15, T. BttMPn 19, J. Clout 32. A. Davis®, R. Ch)ver5 n.o. 4; sundries It— 6 vte&is (dosed! Wr 162. Warrigal, 1st innings. 171; 2nd innings — ' 7-71. i bowling: V. Thompson 0 31, D. Mocre 5- 18. T. Broun 2/11). Guildford Winlih V W. EDdMiMr Won outilght by Harris Park Endeav ours by three runs. Oulldfcft}. Jst Innings, 172; 2nd— S. B...
VIGORO. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
VIGORS GRATVVTLLE £ DIST. ASSOCtAttON Sam Lands' Challenge Clip— ^ kolroyd 19, Wernwa 1 3. Jolly Giru- 8, ttoblns t, silver Star 0. Htiroyd, 55 anfl one wicket for. *7, tfe lAlsd Robins, 24 and S3 (total 57,). by ten wckeus and flv* runs. Wmii*®, 12 and 71 (143), defeated Jolly -Girls, 36 and 22 -58). by 85 runs. Silver Star, 47, dpJeaTed Strollers, 21 and 16 »37). by an innings land ten run* rnon-«om,petltiv,e) . Sj-dncj' artd Suburban Associition, 62, de TeatM Granville and District Association, runs, played on Moore Park on Sunday. The draw for the second match La Sun Lands' challenge CUp is as. follow: Silver Star v Robins, Holroyd v Werrfwa, Jolly Girls v Sirollers tnon-ompeUUve). natures for Sunday. 20m — Tile mso clr.tioti tvain will play at Bwala. Anal flrrangertents %1U b? given to tielegatas the association meeting. The two militar-* teams, Granville Diggers v Wer ri\va, at the Drill Hall grounds fit 2.30. Silver titarv piav«j a iwi-ocmpetltive match against Strollers and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
SOMETHING AUSTRALIAN j Hie Thrte K'ala Bears 'and Goldilocks. The Old Children's Story I enacted at Koala Park. Fully Illustrated by Photograph, u / . ( POPULAR MECHANICS has been Roduccd from 1/G to 1 /- - AT LAST, a Good Building Toy at a low p:ice. and yet good! EZY-BILT I in three sizes, 5/31, 5/C, 8'11. Mad* /.i Australia on similar lines to j Meccano. i ABY6SINIAN WAR: A Good Map, 22' x 18'. Foiled' the latest results, j Sljcpiehcfe. A REMINDER; Don't Forget to Secure your Annual for overseas or for the Children 'at Christmas. i GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. Qottage ARE Kitchen Made VMlJW OBTAINABLE ONLY AT 350 Guildford Road REMARKABLE SAVINGS are to be had at eflMPBELL'S AFTER-SALE CLEARANCE SAVE 11 on Yonr TAILORED SUIT. Prices from £3 10 - Fit. Style and Make Guaranteed. 150 PAIRS CHILDREN'S SANDAL'S. AT SPECIAL PRICES. MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, SPECIAL ? 2 0. 2 11, 3'11 COAT SHIRTS FOR MEN ? 3-11, -4.-11. All SILK 6/11 BOYS' TWO-PIECE KHAKI SUITS— In pect These ? 5/11 Suit MEN'S TROUSER...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 1935
i i i ? . Ikt J 1 IVf ? ? t I ! PRIVATE CAR ttttfc SERVICE luxurious frubsoN sedans available. * WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. J- MEALIA, Proprietor. WVNYARD STREET ? ? GUILDFORD Prompt, Reliable Motor Repairs ! DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE: Merrylands Garage oppositk cinema. For TROUBLE-FREE SERVICE ! HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. 'WORK GUARANTEED. J. WAYMAN, Projirtrtor. RING tTW9801. !! ? MOTORISTS ? !! The Latest Airlihfe Lubrigun has been ; installed at Merrylands Motors fE. W. VtVlAN, Praprtettrt 172 Merrylands Road, MERRYLANDS. i DMgni-d to develop WW XnWIeirt (Pressure at 150 lb. air pressure. Tar Owners ran toe M the Qalcktu and Cheapest Greasing Job in «r out b[ SyiDticy. CALL AND INSPECT. Telephone; CW S608. ' . i 'oven freshya Treat to eat— ijjj FULLERTON'S BREAD CAN'T fiE BEAT! Modern Bttkery: 303 Guildford Road (NEXT TO HOTEL) Motor and Cart Delivery. 'Phone: UW9403 MRS. E. SIMMS ' 285 GUILDFORD ROAD. EXCLUSIVE DRES...