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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 17 October 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 ' jjiMMijuii Tennis Players the of tennis an when flQPH you are tiling food ' ; meter!*} — * Well 1»*1 ?meed raeqvel tightly itrang, etc.? But what a hum gfctne it beco'ite* wfabn your racquet Hi tione iu ! 4tib »d3 feai no life -fn it. Let -se eeleet a racquet for you frtifo large itodi, or vcntir 'your -otae. | SIMPSON'S SPORTS STORE MERRYLANDS ROAD/MERRVLANDS, Next Picture Show, . E. P. CORK 347 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. WE Stock CHOICEST SMALLGOODS : HAM. CORNED BEEF, GARLIC. DEVON, FRITZ. PRESSED HAM, 'Ham dxight. sausages, SAVELOYS and FRANKFURTS. TRY OUR ICY SLICES, BUFFALO SNOWS, ICE BLOCKS, and ?IOE CREAM in, AU Flavors. teEGttar THEATRE VEW5. Friday annd Saturday: 'Orcliids to .You.' starring John B^les and Jean Mu5r Is a picture tliat. carries our com plete ' recomme...
DAIRYMEN'S AWARD Appeal Allowed in Merylands Case [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
DAIRYMEN'S AWARD ?Appeal Allowed in Mery lands Case Beiore the Industrial Commission on reserved' judgment wa^ given on the appeal by J. N. Hastle, indtSrial inspector, ©gainst th? refusal , of the Chl'f Industrial Magistrate (Mr. B. A. make, an order against Wil hS!iJ Stevens, -f Merrylands, on Haslles complaint against Stereos for faJlure to keep time and nay employ^™®,™ S* /Cumberland) ' Airai^ Tlie magistrate held -that RUt'BrvfjML' - - time and pay 6h:e£.'1 bound to keep ^ The appeal uus allowed n-n* th * ' - ter remitted to the iSl,rate
Girls' Friendly Society "BIRTHDAY PARTY" AT MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
Girfe* Friendly Society 'BIRTHDAY PARTY' AT MERRYLANDS The second anniversary of Merrylands branch of ihe Girls' Friendly Society was celebrated in the Masonic Hall. Merry lands. on October 2. Visitors were pre sent from headquarters, Granville and Harris Park branches. A very happy gathering of neariy 100. The programme was enjoyable and in tfresting. arranged by Joan Aust and wmo wnB*ey, wno carried oir tneir duties splendidly. Mrs. Smilh generously sup plied the music. Meoylands members sang 'Tlie Elftnd Call' and 'Convent Bells.' The harmony was splendid and welllreccived. Mrs. Peters takes a real pleasure in training tlie girls, who showed thelrVanpreciaUon by presenting her with an e^Dislte posy of pansys. The supper was arranged on small tables, giving tlie real parly atmosphere. During supper the. presiding associate, Mrs. Hodgkins, welcomed the visitors and sflid they were specially honored and pleased to have Miss Mllsop, the Diocesan secretary, with them at their second b...
CYCLING GUILDFORD CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
CYCLING GUILDFORD CLUB me locai cjuo's 5-mile handicap on Saturday last was won by A. West, with Bates 2nd, and Hope 3rd. Rjbsrtson, a much improved noar, linbJied a close fourth and should be hard to b?at In tlie race to Warwick Farm gates and return next Saturday. Dawson, riding alone otl scratch, put un another great ride, secur. ing the fastest time prize, and doing the distance in J2m. — a record for the club. Results: A. Wret (2.0) 1, F. Bates (2.30) 2, J. Hope (2.40) 3, F. Robertson (2.40) 3; A. Dawion (scr), fastest time, The race next Saturday will b2 to Warwick Farm and rcfum. for a cup do uated bv Mr. Mick Cullen. A meeting will be held to-night, new members are Invited to joln* MERRYLANDS AMATEUR CLUB The above club held the annual cham pioorJilp on Wcodvtllc-road coursc, on £aturt&y, 19th. The championship was run under time (rial conditions, the rid ers dcipai'ling at two (minutes intervals, bvfir a ten miles course. There was also o scaled handicap run ln conj...
FILM FLASHES CROSBY HEADS TUNEFUL MOVIE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
' FILM FLASHES CROSBY HEADS TUNEFUL MOVIE songs, comedy and romance In a col orful tale of .thfr old Soufii ore the en tcrtaJnmvttt features affCTCd. la PSA mount's 'Miffilsdppl/V starring Blng Crosby. W. C. Fields and Joan Bennettr and c ming to the' Merrylands Cinema this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings, and matinee on Saturday. DIFFICULT TASK, Ohester Morris found hlm.se 11 con fronted with tlie -most difficult task of his care r, ln his role a& Dr. Morgan, In tJie picture 'Society Doctor,' to be at \ffprrvln.nH-« Cinema Ulls Plalnrrfav rjrnn. day and 7\io^duy evenings. He had to cerate u?)1 n t himself ! Tlie picture loams Morris 'with Vlifcinia Bruce for the first Ume. FLEW 60.000 MILES. Diulnrj their aerial conquest of th^ AfrtcaiJi jungle, -x-vering 60.000 miles, as revcaJrd by Mr. and Mra. Martin Johnson in their fchflT'ing film, 'Ba- boona.' screening at Meiry lands CUJoma Lhts Saturday, the explorers photo pTaplird dixyvcs of monkeys, hundreds of bab'»:n-. li...
FAMILIES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
FAMILIES BY MASS' PRODUCTION Take a look ot one of -those flies hover ing' over your breakfast' table. To-morrow Ehe mill, no doubt,, lay a batch of eggs and the batch artll number several thous - ands. : In two days these PEgs wlU reach ? the maggot stage. In five more the pupa stage; and In Jive orjilx more days they \rill be .fully grown adult flies Teady to lay more eggs, :and so kecp up the birth Trtnn each ci tiiEJ^ many thousands ot flies ftljay batches of eggs whlch aeata ? will bUAi out in two tnore mieekE.i ; Ac- ? ' tualiy' the two original flies, if all their - oircprfngs live and -will 'prbduce Jn ?? one -suiiuner a family of 5 ,598 ,72 0,000,0 00. ? '. yesl ' j^erliaps yoji'd belter JdU .those . ? first, two jiles. ' . * These figures havpJ«en reyealed:ljy the . Bex -Researph .MlowshJp.'V lt has been j, the'i-urpMeSifvIlie j^-JUseanflj ^ udenr tJsts'.tirileitSntieSo.vS?t5e*^;Wes «id ' - 'pth^lns^^ inSafce ftetjthl'wiil.alflo Jiow best to mlnlgilse the-jlanfeer. .They r...
MODEL FLYING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
MODEL FLYING CLUB At a meeting held at St. Mary's Church of -England, Guildford, last Wednesday night, It was decided to form a branch of the_ Model -Flyintr Club of ,Aufitwila. Fourteen boys were, present awl after the accepting jof_|he club constitution the following, elected: ..Presi dent, Rev. A. J. Dyw; ivlce-presldent and club leader -Mr. W.' C. J. Mflifiton; club, adviser, Mr. £. Msiier; secretary, Mr Bill Palmer;- and treasurer, Mr. Teddy Beard. Tile squadron leaders are Bill Palmer and Neville Starr; A.S.1*\. Jack Appleby and Oedric RoUnepp. and the ^rgeant at-arms. Ronald Suctott. There are still % hun2)er of vacaodls n No. 3 squadron, iuid boys Jptenecited in model flying and ^aviation arr ested tio get in touch with 'the jdub ^eaaer. or the secretary as soon as jx-^ble. , it«ilnge wfli be jheld .evwry Wtffrt e&faf iflgftt ttt ? St, Mary's Church. ?* 'J ' _*? .
IMPOUNDED STOCK RELEASED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
IMPOUNDED STOCK RELEASED About 9 p.m. on uctooer a. iutcb cows and a gelding were impounded by Holroyd Council officials. During th? nicrht/the lock was cut through and the stock taken' away. P'licc have been making Inquiries into the matter. She was out in ih/» hountry for her first drive, and when Hearing the town on her return trip raw some telephone llnormcn up on a pole. Turning to her frl^ds. ,;he .said: f 'Do they think I have never-driven a car before?'
JUVENILE FANCY DRESS BALL GUILDFORD R.S. FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
JUVENILE FANCY DRESS BALL GUILDFORD R.S. FUNCTION «n » ursday I'th Inst., a. juve mii laney dre.ss ball was held in the efil Tlit'aire, Guildford, organised by the Guildford RJS. and S. Club Ladies' AuK:liaiy. Tliere was a large attendance oi cuildien. and the costumes showed ingenuity and orteinalltv whit* fh» Plah orate costumes of the seU- provided a brilliant spectacle. A special feature of the evening was the exhibition of the Lancers arid the Minuet by sets composed of pupils from Guildford Public School and trained by Mr. Peterson - headmaster) , Miss O'Kecfe and Mrs. Stewart. The judging was ably carried out by Aunties , May and Gracc, the well-known announcers from Station 2UE, and their decisions were enthusiastically applauded by- the spectators . Presentation bf the prizes wai made from the stage by Dr. Fleck. M.L.A., and Mrs. Fleck, after which dancing was in dulged in to music supplied by Mrs. Maguire. t Before returning to town, the Judges. Dr. and Mrs. Fleck, and Ald...
Sherwood Diggers SUCCESSFUL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
Sherwood Diggers SUCCESSFUL DANCE The usual Thursday night dance was held ai the Holroyd Town Hall on the 17tJi n^., and thp rcmrc'ition Cjr the niott becoming evening drees over-par the hall, wiucu will not accommodate the incrcar^ng attendance. ^ The features of ilK^e popular nights are tho strict fuporvision. attention for an cnioyable night, and the' selection of danco.s. competition whs well received, when the winners v.cre ann««un-ed. They were: Mrs. Ncrjbort « West mead) 1 «nd Mirs Hull 2, out of 40 contestants. Other prizes, Mte Levy and Mr. J. Clrm'y Mesdames HegRorty. Sullivan and Cole man swved the rrfreslnneiit?. DIGGER SECRt''MtY'S REMARKS Commenijng on recent protests and demonstrations against the liolroyd Coun cil's admlnt^irstlon cf emergency relief works within the municipality, Mr. Val Heher. XI ic secretary of the Sherwood branch, returned &oJdlei*, cmpiiaslsed the entirely non-political outlook of Uie R-S. League. 'I urge all rt'.urned -men to Rteadfaftl...
BICYCLE WITHOUT CRANK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
BICYCLE WITHOUT CRANK ? An inventor in Austria has. just perfect- . ed a unique crankless Wycle, for which a large saving of power is Claimed. Two long levers and a chain run over several pulleys. The rider consequently doeb not move his feet in a circle, but only up and dDwn, which is far less tiring than the old way. For this reason, and the peculiar design -xf the levers, a saving oi 50 per cent, in human power or a gaih of 50 per cent, in speed Is secured. Tills estimation of the inventor has been nmvpri Kv nrft^tlraJ demcuiLrallons. The feet rest upon pedals fitted at the end of a pair bf long arms. A singlo cha4n connects the two arms, running up over two pulleys, and then to ihe rear over two sprocket wheels fastened to ihe hub. The chain halves then go forward, and are united on a pulley fixed to the ? Inclined -frame tube. In the hub ^there is a free-wheel ratchet device, whereby first one and then the other sprocket serves to drive the hub. One (portion of the chain is alw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
MECHANICAL TOYS. / WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL CLEARANCE TABLE OF THESE — J I! First Come Get Their *»ick. J Thj Special Clearance of Dolls savr many lamenting bccausc did not act quickly. f CHRISTMAS LAY-BYES. ' I HAVE YOU chosen all Your Gifts Yet? S/ Four numbers of the Arftuals are eheady sold out I BE EARLY with your CYCLOPS — they were short last year. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. ? ? ? _j ? : ? , — ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! eaMPBELL'S SHOE AND MERCERY STORES (OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) \j HAVE PURCHASED the ENTIRE STOCK of a Canberra Storekeeper, and offer to the Public MARVELLOUS VALUES In aU classes of FOOTWEAR at Less than Manufacturers' costs. Tile Best Makers from Melbourne and Sydney art; Included . SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. LADIES' COLOURED SANDALS. Whit? Siloes In all styles— Courts. - Stirap suul Tie Shoes for the Ladles. HIGH-GRADE SHOES for the MEN. And What BARGAINS In MERCERY and TAILORING FOR THE MEN ! THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY— MAKE A LAY-BY. RED or GREEN SPOT COUPONS FO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! I PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE J; LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. i Phorie: UW926JT' AT ANY HOUR. / J- MEALIA, Proprietor. WYNYARD STREET ? .V. ? GUILDFORD Prompt, Reliable Motor Repairs ! ? ? DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE: ?/- Merrybilds Garage /' ^ OPPOSITE CINEMA. / For TROUBLE-FREE SERVICE!*/ high-pressure greasing. wohk guaranteed. J. WAYMAN, Proprietor. RING UW 9801.. !! ? MOTORISTS- ? !! The Latest Airline Liibrigun has been . f installed at Merrylands Motors (E. W. VIVIAN, ProprieUr) 172 Merrylands Road, MERRYLANDS. Designed to develop 7500 Lubdlcant Preuire at 150 lb. mlr prwslire. Car Owners can be assured of the Qulelcest and Cheapest Greasing Job In or out of Sydney. CALL AND INSPECT. Telephone: IIW 8M8. ? START THE 'WEAK' WELL - * WITH A WHOLEMEAL =4-AT. FULLERTON'S BREAD / FOR KEEN APPEtiTES. / Modern Bakery: 303 Guildford Road (NEXT TO HO'lkLf ; ? Motor aiid Cart Delivery. 'Phone: THE S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935
T ^ S3Sff': v Thbny-sDHvi Fly- Spra? 8Jd, 1/ Lgehemngi in Saiice ... . 'f MiuUM fiiitlei . . .. '- - ? Aily SdnlVh' . . . 7 id afad llfiB If' broomi. from . ; . A ? l-i±- ? ^ : ? SPECIAL : * KIPPER SNACKS, 3 Tint for - . .WffiK-EN b SPECIALS -yj 1 ICftAFf^fEVs^T 'BiJtTER, - I'll J ? i celery, ;s^ ^:-raE ;:iyp i lzfl ? ?2 4.r,,o4:^^^.E.iRY. / J.AM ;? IBlI j Coffee Ehence, ]ar|e | Choifce bfcftft .. . ; f lb, ?/ FreihBrtWti . . . . . 9fd lb: J FraA Riibbiu . . 9|il tttl I SlvtCiAL: ^ BAR SOAP,-^ - I Tin JEX OflfflER M 2** . \ : 122 and 174 INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, HfeARTBURN And Maiiy Other Digestive Disorders are air ? most Immediately Relieved by * / Hbobs' DIGESTIVE POWDER / - I % 2/- Pes Jar frokn — 1^/ t f iwssg£&ii otaffiT ^ - 'S * Merryl&nd^ fioadj ^^j^^^LA^PS. ^ ^ ^