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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

[?] Lidcombe LAUNDRY Local Agent: N. R. BAILEY, Seedsman. J 197 Merrylands Road, MERRYLANDS. (Opposite Cinema). tJX7509. SUil£ Cleaned and Pressed at City Prices. , Shirts and Collars & Speciality. Blankets relumed like new. Try our Bag Wash, or Family Wash, at Cheap Rates. R. E. PETERS I MERRYLANDS HOAD / (Rear of Young's), / MESRYLANDS. '' THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER GASFITTER ord DRAINER . » Established 20 Years. Estimates Free. All Work Guaranteed, Banltary. Work a Speciality. PHONE: OW9484. FOR_BETTE^_VISiONj WWch means BETTER HEAiTH 1 - ? % . Oonsu]&— '? , c ' C. McKENZIE, M.LO. ' OPTOMETRIST ft OPTICIAN - Moxham Chambers ^ - i - ? . i Ml * tmvncH si; parramatta: , -:????? -over -Henderson and Greggs) . »na 47 ? McARTHDR ST.. GUtLDFORD ' ri ; i Jgbtme TJW8179 , . ^S9V«af» to U» Mew - . Education .Department tor tile jnipplfx!; - ? ;o! SCHOOL CFfrlinREN'fl GlfesJlsW^ ' - - f Skirts to be Shorter , . ,* (Observations by Feleni) 1 had lust begun to bek.eve lone ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

E. P. CORK f 347 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. For VALUE at the j , ftfGHT PRICE V FREE CAKES DAILY AT J. CREAM SPONGES ? 7 id lb i- PLAIN ICED CAKE ? 7!d lb. ORANGE and ALMOND CAKES Si lb for 1. - j

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

I START NOW I I MAKING YOUR LAY-BY FOR 'XMAS. I Watches to suit all, from 4/6 Crockery Utility Sets, 38-piece, ? 25/6. ? English Supper Sets and Salad ? Sets, 6/6. ? Cut Glass Water Sets, 14/6 Cut Glass Vases, from 3/ Cut Glass Salad Dishes, 7/6 / English Utility Sets, 52/6 Large Glass Salad Dishes, 1/11 I Enamel Saucepans, set 5, 10/6 i Aluminium Saucepans, set 5 | 12/6 ? Ajiimraium Boilers, from 5/11 i Pudding Basins, 4d each NOTE— We Hire Ladders, Step Ladders, Bed Pans, Urinal Bottles, ^Invalid Feeding Cnps. WE Sharpen Saws, Repair Primus Stoves, Retyre Pram Wheels. L. E. YOUNG & Co., Merrylands ? AND ? . ? Guildford Hardware Co. SELECT DANCE 111 aid of The GUILDFORD Fl'NERAL FUND, ASSEMBLY HALL. GUILDFORD. SATURDAY. OCTOBEK 26,. 8 pm First-class Orchestra. Novelties. t Supper. / j Our Dances live a' Great success — j DJn't Miss Tilly Oij/l ROY BRENT. iTc. W. F. McIvlj', Hon. Bee. JUBILEE FETE St. Thomas Halt, r\vaodvttie Rojfi, South Granville / FRIDAY & SATURDA...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL. BROUGHTON ST., GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL. BRDUGtuvri ST., tiuiLiLirumj SUNDAY, '^OCTOBER 27. Sunday 7.15. Mr. A. Williams. Tuesday, ^.30t;Mr, Carter, Thursday, 8: Young People's Meeting.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

fetJltDFOBD METHODIST CHPRCa SUNDAY. OCTOBER -'7. 11 a.th.. MP. C. Peaj-ce. 2.45 p.m., Sunday School. 7.15 p.m., Rev. W. R. Poole.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF CHRIST LOFTUS PARK SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

C&UBCifr OF CHRIST . IjOFTUS park . SUNDAY. OCTOBER 2'. Christian Endeavor nt 10 a.m. Breaking jot Bread at 11 a.m. Speaker, Mr. L, Thisnas. 0 Bible School 3 p.m. jFT' Gospel Serrtce, 7.15 p.m. Speaker, Mr. C Whalan. Mid-week Prayer Mectinf: WfedJvas day, at 6 p.m.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

THE CHURCHES SUNDAV, OCTOBER 27. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. IX am., 3 pjn.. 1 p-m ? Tte Beryices are Bright and Helpful. 1 Cone and Hear the Old Old Story. A Welcome awaits you. }

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BABY NEARLY SMOTHERED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

BABT NEARLY SMOTHERED . Hie -'tofianltaiy condlt-on of a drain In fropt cf Ms housg in Henson-&t. led D. s.' Barrett- ito complain to HoliDyd council . In a lettei- he stated thai; - It wa£ three feet deep in mud, Into vhlch a. baby 'tell and ira£ nearly smothered. I'm tioirojTi mapeuw: ^ repon, . kud: . ''I4ie - peo^ v «oinplaintng .created -the state' of aBaire.v^ut. ieasontng wlUi them brought; no(^cciw.'' Kerblne. and gut tering tois 'deolded ^iptffl, and the over seer wlU:lntofctf%i^.rep_rt, , ? X ,ltti^^-leeri*e-i!s -not a dxaxtrcue ^ *' *?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

HOLROYD COUNCIL 'I At Holroyd Council meeting on Tues day. October 15. tlie following matters iw dealt with:— A letter was received from the LocaJ GoxVnmeniADepartment asking them to be farffiSnen with details of proposed expenditure in connection with the ad vance of £3000 for construction work under the relief scheme.— Received. The Fire Commissioners informed coun cil that they will consider Die erection or a new fire .station when th,- iiKiimniM for 1936 are considered. Mrs. A. B. Crowe asked that attention be given to concreting in front of her shop at Houson-M-.. occupied by Mr. Smith. Mrs. E. J. Saunders drew attention to the unsafe condition of the bridge cross- I hag in Sturt-st.. which ha.s dean broken j for five weeks: she added that trades- ' people were .reluctant ^ attempt the cro.s- i sing. — Referred to overseer. Charles Fry drew attention to tlie silt ing up of a drain from Carrington-rd. tn Cann-st.. Guildlord, and tliat tlie stonn water owrflow rendered his land u...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

Christmas Lay=Byes/now iii Full Swing at | 1 fir T fkmr if-W / GUIt?^*?,S PROGRESSIVE DRAPERS I JlI* JL#lI\Jlr dtlu .And mercer safe w pop ul a r suggestions. B SHIRTS FOR THE MENFOLK— 0t ' ' ' Hi. WHITE SILK COAT SHIRTS MEN S 5,11; BOYS'- ? 3.11 J' | FANCY STRIPE SILK GOLF SHIRTS. 2 OcJmirs . I toned) ? 7 11 iuch. ? SPOUTS SHIRTS, from ? 3 6 to 6 11 .. 'VELVBTTE' FABRIC SPORTS SHIRTS, by 1 4nrotn Mills .. .. 5 11 each. CREAM ALL-WOVE PUX.I/OVERS. V MtfCfc. by Lincoln. Mills, fitm .. .. 8 II CREPE DE CHENE PURE SILK STRIPED PYJAA1AS, :iH sizes, at our WONDER VALUE ? 16. H (vaJr I ^ WOMEN'S COTTON VESTS frbm llid each CHILDREN'S COTTON VESTS from 6id ea. Also MILANESE VESTS, all size., at Lowest Price. TRACED LINEN for CHRISTMAS GIFTS j HEAVY IRISH Linen DUCHESS SETS ? ? 1 6 each j OLD BlAACtt UJJEN SUPPER CLOTHS ... ? ? 3/6 f D'OYLEYS and SAMOwich b'OYI^EYS,. from .. .. ? ? 2id each f TRACED LINEN TEA TbWBie^ ? ].'*& each ! TRACED PnajOW SLIPS ? ? . . ? 1 - each j BABY PILLO...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALANCED DIET CHEAP FOODS SOMETIMES BEST [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

BALANCED DIET CHEAP (X-ODS SOMETIMES BEST Expen.se k not. the j-uling factor in J good food supplies^ Cheap fish is as good b-» tlie most expensive; cheap cuts of meat as nutritious a« the dearest.. The market price of food gives no indication of lt£ physical value. The desire of Autfxallajis to purchase the more expensive foodfj is unjustified from a health point of view, states the Health Department. Though, perhaps, a high-priced piece of steak is the more luscious, its food consent is the same as . Uie moderately-priced cu:«. It ii tlie same with the smaller eggs which, when the actual contents are ludzed in i-r0D0r- tion with the more popular size, are con siderably cheaper. But'the food value, according to bulk, is the. same. Proteins are essential to llie, promot ing growth and repairing tissues. They i are exemplified by ftlie lean of meat, {he white of egg and milk. Usually, they are | found in a mixed diet, especially If it contains meat. Next comes carboliydrates — starch...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

Now Under New Management. I - j THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY | .' ? j' WARNER BAXTER jl 'Under the [ , PAMPAS MOON' i ACTION IN MEXICO— BAXTER IN A ROUS YOUUL, LOVE ! j; LEO CARILLO and TED HEALY j —f~ — in ? ^ I; | 'THE WINNING TICBCT'' i! The Story of a Lottery Wnnw who Lost sis Ticket — Ifc a Blot ; . i! | V ii jl Also, Terrytoon and Goofy Movies No. 7. ii MONDAY and TUESDAY: \J\ ! ; TH-; WORLD'S DABUNU — I SHIRLEY TEMPLE, with | GARY GRANT and CAROLE LOMBARD j 'NOW and FOREVER' i Also— RANDOLPH SCOTT ? IN ? 'HOME ON THE . ? RANGE.' i ' . ' i E-lOy BISCUITS . . . . 9}d' ifc ! S UMMERTIME JELLIES .. 5 for 1/- j (Eight Flavours) / GARDEN SEEDS ? Id per PkL / j Flower and Vegetable. J M. J. LAMBERT, 244' WOODY1LLE ROAD. — ? V.'. ... ... .. HADDOffS j The Quality Butcher®, GUILDFORD. 'Phone UW9596. ORDERS DELIVERED. W. H. NEAL, t LICENSED ELECTRICAL j CONTRACTOR, 56 MOUNTFORD AVENUE, \j GUILDFORD. Installations and Repairs Quickly Execoted. Phone: UW6443. A.& L. JONES' MILK tfea ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

' Children'; F»deUS5 .Halrcord FROCKS and BLOOMERS !/l l each .at E. B. LINE and Co., Otafldtord; ? Carlton Nurainjg; Home ^ is.' tOLTOK Indoor and OtlM^or Oaaes ^Att^ilded Vrao^';.^8WS5:;.;^'l

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

C A R E YS II ' CITY-PR ICE D Manchester Goods at Sydney Prices. '' 1 UNBLEACHED CALICO, Pure Quality, usual lid. NOW «d; 5f6 doc. 8 ? PURE WHITE CALICO. 36 inch.-usual 9id. NOW 7Sd;- 7/6 dot ? UNBLEACHED SHEETING, pure 64 Inch, Hid. . 80 inch 1/*J yarf iCTBl PILLOW SLIPS. Pure Quality. ? 7id, 8Jd, Sid. lOld. Hid eacb ^ aJgJHg Carey's Famous Sheeting, guaranteed 3 year* ' PLATN AND TWILL HEAVY UNBLEACHED. Single . Xhceequarler 1/9. Double Bed 1/111 yardl Known aU over ''Uje -Southem District*... ^ BARGAINS IN READY-MADE SHEETS, ' ''^lIliKi PURE WHITE SHEETTS. Heavy. Double Bed. usual 12 6. NOW 9/11 pair / ? FTNLAY'S WHJgE SHEETS. Double B'H. usual 1411. NOW 12/11 ' UNBLElACHEpr SHEE7TS. Plain and Twill. Double Bed, 12. 6. NOW 9/11 ? v/ CASH ORDER S ; ^ ^8 ?.W« Arrep- Amalgamated. Write**, Direr!. Sydnej, Bryant's, AnstnUaa v .y' and Cumberland Cash Orders.. , -? But Direr- from a Reliable Draper *rith your Cas/i Orde/, aa^-get a , LAT-BYES. RED SPOT COUPONS. -MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFI...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lottery Prize Money [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

Lottery Prize Money \ In the High Court of Australia -ji vcj. 11, there was an appeal by David Tweed, ?grocer, of Fairfield, apUnst- a decree of Mr. Justice Nicholas in Equiy. that £1500 ? standing' io his credit on fixed deposit In thf Bank -of New South Wales - lands - branch) belonged to William Hill. ? of Merrvlahds. * ? '... . - B-wasstated thatHUl. a retired scnooi muter, -won ilrst pilze in the Statelot ~;;tm:ilnl'AlJai,'1934. He gave MOO to. Tweed,' with ?whom he h»d sliared pre ~ Tk)Hs Widtete ln the sweep, and later E100 to.Tweed's parents. Subsequently he en **.- trusted V3*zge sum to T»'eed to look after for htni. -end 'T-«d .retained the money. . . clajming* mat It.ms A present to him Tile Court dismissed the Appeal with oosts:

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Sympathy Is extended to Mih. Bowen, *lfe ot Inspector Bowen, a W. and S.D. Board officer, at Pipe Hrfli. Guildford, in the la?s of lier mother, Mrs. Duncan f60). of Five Dock, last Wednesday. The death occurred suddenly. First-claf* Constable Flltness has re sumed dutv of»iTf Ule HTnnci OBITUARY Mite Myrtle Hare S}TtiDathy Ls expressed In he death of Miss Myrtle Hare -21-, late of Annuhdale, I 6lster of Mr. w. H. E. Hare, of Grass | more-street, Guildford, and Mr*. O. CaJ I etti. of MUner-road. Tlie unfortunate young lady was struck by a car In Parra matta-road. about B.15 pin. «:i lueaday, | October 14. and ?he died Mst Sunday j evening without regaining consclousaf---. Tlie funeral took place test Tuesday. 52»r1, and the remains were creinotea at Rookaood Crematorium. j CORRECTION Article hewdwl 'Field of Romance,' in If st veek't; issue, sliould have read 'Field of Remembrance.' HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S DANCE The fcAirth dajice of tbts year, held in the Masonic ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935

RETURN THANKS M rer M;,; ^x5e Woltr^ of ,10 Miiner-road ('T-jUMdf6rd; wisa /to sin cerety^itha^fc : sail .'relatives/aql f rier-!s, Rev. ^ j. the 4A&e«'jfeuild and Sotii te^eir TCcpntead feereave - lvcc^pt^ ^ c

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAKING THE GOOD WITH THE BAD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935

TAKING TIIE GOOD WITH THE BAD Take a laughing kookaburra In the 1-ush at Ulawarra; Take a 'possum and a native bear or two; Take some conjugated iron, Fencing posts with some barbed wire ? on, rriAivA a -nim t«* flnri on r»lH .man kanearOo. Take seme blowflies and a dingo, Take .the -bullock-idri vers' lingo; Take an. alderman complete with pot of beer; Take a sF-rlg of golden wattle, Ml* tjiem u? «id shake the bottte — Then you have the real Australian atanos ' ' phere. . , — C-^.J-

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden Competition GUILDFORD AND DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935

Garden Competition GUILDFORD AND DISTRICT Tlic garden competition conducted toy Guildford and District Horticultural So ciety has been completed. Competing gardens were divided into two classes: Class A, gardens containing an area up lo and Including 2500 square feet; Class B. all those with an area greater than A. Three visits by the Judges were made. The maximum points allowed for each visit were: Lawns 10,- general appearance 30. arrangement of beds. etc. 10, culti vation 30; maximum of points which could be won, 240. For judging, each garden was allotted a number. There were two entries in class A, the first prize being wun by Mr. V. Yates, and second by Mr. A. Boole. In class B twelve entries were received. Air. S. B. Smfth gainUg^ttast prize ~and Mr. J. D. Williams second. The votal marks awarded were as fol low: — Class A: No. 13, 86&: No. 9, 51. Class B: No. 12, 155J: No. 10. 152; No. 6. 1445: No. 8. 140; Nto. 1, 139; No. 3, 126; No. 14, 11*' ? No. 11, 112£: iNo. 2. ...

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