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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
M. MA YAVjy 188 GUILDFORD RoA)( iT'/ (near Woodvllle Roadli V / GROCERIES, FRUIT AW / CONFECTIONERY. 1 , / IjAUNDRY done at Shortest Notice/ Agent for George Austen and Co. SeellA Phone: UW8306. MRS. M. MOCKLKR j 275 GUILDFORD ROAD! TRY US FOR \A V. . / FRIED FISH AND CHIp\ / ALSO FRESH FISH DAILY. ' START NOW JOIN OUR 'XMAS HAM CLUB ? AT THE ? 1 A.I. HAM SHOP NEXT POST OFFICE. GUILDFORD BEST QUALITY HAMS VOKLY, COOKED FREE i V Or MAKE A LAY-BY FOR A MIXED 'XMAS ORDBR. O. T. WATTS.. - Proprietor. PARTICULAR j PEOPLE j r PREFiaa. 1 COLEMAN'S BREAD 1 ALWAYS FRESHI I And of WHOLESOlte HLAVOR. GIVE XT A And TELL YOUR NEIGHBOUR. Coleman, - Baker RING UW/B586. CARTS DELIVER DAILY. GUILDFORI) and BCurounding Olsbicts. CUSHIONS, 'anlv Ilia each, at E. 1L . UNE and Co., Gnlldlord. . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
v ? ' CAREYS CITY-PRICE DRAPERS. NOVEMBER BARGAINS LAD LET CREPE. NIGlfK}, ym(te .and Cclars, W.O.S ? ? .. I?® FUJI De' luxe' BLOOMERS, W. and O.S ? 1/31, CHILDREN'S FUJI DE 'LUXE BLOOMERS, all Sizes .. . . .. 11 }d LADIES- TRACED APRON& large size ? - . ' 6d LADIES' HOUSE. FROCKS, Fast Dyes ? 2/115 . UNBLEACHED CALICO, Pure Quality ? Gd .yarj/; 5/6 dozen PURE .WHITE .CALICO, 3C- inches ? NOW 73d yajG; 7/8 dozen PURE WHITE SHEETS, Double B'rf usual 12 e. N^W 9/11 Pair FTNLAY'S WHITE SHEETS, Double Bed, usual 14/11. MOW 12/11 Pair UNBLEACHED SHEETING ? 54111. HLdf 80ill. 1/41 yard CAREV'S UNBLEACHED SHEETS, l\ref Wars' Guarantee— Si»£le Bed 1' 11, Three quarters 8 1 1\ Double Bed 9/11 pair, FLANNELETTE FOR NAPS. SPECIAL ? 7id j-ard; 6/11 dozen REMNANTS HALF-PRICE: ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN. LAY-BYES. RED SrOT COUPONS* -MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD SELECT YOUR 'XMAS PRESENTS NOW AND PAY A SMALL DEPOSIT / BUY THE GENUINE SWEDISH REAL CRYS JAL CUT-GLASS Salt Cellars 2'6; Sugar Basin 7...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
* ? ?????' : V'- ' ' ? Now Under New Management. THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY JANE WITHERS i'GINGER' ' CHESTER MORRIS i If . . ? ? in ? 'SOCIETY DOCTOR' ALL IN COLOUR— ' 'LA CUCARACHRA' and v 'THE GOOD LITTLE MONKEYS* MONDAY and TUESDAY: / ' VICTOR McLAGLEN 7 , ? m ? . / 'THE INFORMER'/ JAMES C A G N eV / — in — 'RED HOT TYDES' And — Chic Sale Novelty, 'OLD SHEP.' SOON— Shirley Temple in 'Our Little Girl.' M. J. LAMBERT, 214 -WOODVILLE y MERMAID SOAP ? ,.VlOJd\er ' MONOPOLY SOAP . . . . v\ 6d B*r TOILET SOAPS ? ,\^d cake CARBOLIC . BOAP ? cokr SOAP POWPERS ? ? lOid doz. ^be Quality Bt^cwir*, GUILDFORD. 'Phone U^J[95M. ORDERS DELIVERED. W.-; H. NEAL, / UCEN8ED ELECTRICAL j ^CONTRACTOR, ; / \66 MOUNTPORD AVENUEJ ^ \ GUILDFORD. I InstiUitloni and Beptlrg qfcpkly \ .^^JSxecoted. ? PHone: UW6443. A.& JONES' MILK/ \ POR. AIi PURPOSES. . I \l BiaiR DAIRY PRODUCT. / - WhAiiot Bjtfe Uie Vest for Uie Same/ \ , Price? . j StopTiths j^aH. aed give it a TriaAy/ 'Phone tryV9384, and at Granvi...
SPRINGFIELD PROGRESS SPORTS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
SPRINGFIELD PROGRESS SPOB'i'8 i -CIiUB31 ? ? ThB.«bove;club lield a ?very successful, * ? social on Saturday night, -Mk music we supplied by Mrs. .Andrews' or- V rhrstra, of four, of Palrfleld. Thp Mf - » .*??? ? a very«iJoyable evening. . Chocolate wEte was (Mon-by 'Mr. and. Mm. Ohlldnctod' - «mip^ltions by Mre. McDonald, Mr. DesI mond end Miss Ada Baxter. OutlniJOte eyrolne. the M.C. announoea,' the progreES ' -if lhe claying members of the aimoduT : Oon, Supoer was served by the ladles of the committee. ' ™ 01 . \Tftttent: ? How can I ever repay vou ? Tor your kindness' to me? y ' -~ ^Do-rf»r: By cheque postal note ] -jj : ~~ — - — - mmm , ( +
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3. :-1. St, Mary's Guildford: 8 a ja., Oam /-.-iiiivnicn; ii, =tfr., t^o^ers;. ; 7.J5, ® 1 ' ,'Oht^^ireIJ, Old Guildford; 3 p.m.,' ' Bt. ^Ann'£; Alenylaads: 11, Hect.ir; BBj St. Mr. Earnshaw; 7. IS,
BACK LANES v STREETS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
J . ' ' BACK LANES V STREETS An invBstoiem company wrote Oran- . vlllo Council offering, as a ratepayer, to ' lend^ie council the full cost of kerblne ? and euttertog or^hc lane at the rear of cerlaUs lands infifie Loctsley Hall Estate Mcrrylandfi, the^councll to repay the' ' amount, less the contribution payable tar his company, next year when the rota fall due.^-Councll decided It had. too ? . many 'streets needing attention, to do ? :Wtirk In 'back lanes.'
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
REGENT NEWS . The programme tWs Friday and Satur day night at the Regent Theatre Is out* Liandlng enbertclpmezit and picture fans need not hf&Itate.'io'aUend1., Jane Witli i ►s. who will he jemembEffed fl£ the had littJe girl Jn 'Bciyht Eyes,' will twin a liost oi adonlrers by her sterling perfopm cnce in 'Ginger.,' TWs is a story of a wolf frcan the sluins who taken in hand by a society iqd£ amid much humour pathos. 'Society Doctor,' stakTln? Ches ter Morris, has a^ n background! a mod ern hospital, -whefc romance and opera tions are well mixed. '1a Coepracha.' the new colqred musical sensa tion. is an added .attfactlon that, will be thoroughly enjqyed by young end old. Also on tiiis bill fe the now^amous col ored cartoon, ^Ttie Good 'little Mon keys.' On Monday and 'Tuesday, 'The m fonner,' a stojy of i^trjgu? In Ireland l*s supported bv a test moving actkm pic ture ,4Be-J Hot Tyres.' . Pr4ron$ are advised that 'Our Little i Girl' m-ill be shown at «n early date. /
JOLLY JOKERS' DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
-JOLLY JOKERS' DANGE *v The Jolly Jokers held their usuai fort . nighUv 4ance on October '17, .in Mcny lands St^xiJ of . Arts/ The function was , a great success. both flnahclally and so . daily. ; Folio wine are the lucky priee winners Klllingback, ,Mrsr Johnstone and paitner. Mrs. Nicholson'i Mr. Sheehen . and*Mrs..Johnstone,* Tbe Tjextr^anqBVlU 'v be held ^ l^ve(inl»r ?l4, T
Holroyd's Office System CHANGES DECIDED UPON [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
Holroyd's Office System CHANGES DECIDED UPON Following an investigation by an offic er, at the request of Holrqyd Oouncll, Into the office work, with a view to improve ment In tile system, a report from die Investigator was before a special meeting cf the council mi Tuesday night, Octotor 22. The report was adopted. It contains among other things, the following recom mcnuauoiu: — That a department to deal with rates uc ciBntu, wiui Mr. Amett In charge assisted by Mr. Palmer. That a tuokkeeplng machine be pur chased, and operator engaged, with an qddltlcnal machine hired for peak periods; and that other membws of the stafl be trained to use the machines In cases of ' emergency. That a rates office he arranged at the front of the premises, and easily accessible to Uie public. Thqt rate papers be Issued as early as possible In (he year; and that particular attention be paid to rate collecting, re stricting as much as possible payment in Instalments. ^Separate office for the deputy town...
Guildford Items P. AND C SPECIAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
Guildford Items T. AND C. SIHJCIAL MEETING A large and rr|-rcsojiuuive mcGllnn was licld m tlic School Hall, Gulldloia, in conncotion witih the picnic to be held on December 3 A number of generous offers were made at the meeting, and four committees of ladles arc lo be arranged by Miss Weedon. Mesdamcs Stent, Shcphcard and Mc Garity, who will prepare the luncheon packets. , Mr. Milligan has donated the bags, Mr. Wilson the bat&els to pack tiiem in, and Mr. Bell the motor trans l-ort to and from the ground. It was lnitwuftiln fsi nnotiiil.. ., nni...i.,. ti„. _r dofiations, owing to the number of apol ogies at Uie meeting, and it was decided that Mr. Cullen nnd Aid. Warnock inter view townspeople, and obtain a supple mentary l.b't to add to lliut already (re ceived at Uie JiieeUng. Anotlier meeting will 3x- ]jciu on wo vamber 7. in, Uie school hall, at « p.m., and any offers of help will be gratefully roccivcd on behalf of the committee, by Mr. M. Culllen, Aid. M. Wa.mock -pr...
SPRING SHOW GUILDFORD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
SPRING SHOW GUII.DFORD HOBTrCULTURAL SOCIETY th? display of flowers at liOTtlSri, lpn'lE ehow 01 GuJdfard MemcHii Sl f '15'' Md in Soldiers' A?d m Sf,^001 of Arts on Saturday last. tw.rfnL.Xi X'™** - Mayor of Houoyd) gratuScri the oH,clal open''®, and con ™ le committee and exhibitors on the success of the exhibition. nl»Ve™c»'i a,ld 'Bicmls had the dis Se^allsTn ^''flnged. and all necessary low®- T)1S reiUlt5 were ^ toi „v\j£mer5:— rose. Mr. J. 6 r7]scs H. Leesonf 6 car c^ h ^cod: c vases snapdragons, U H. Spraii; 6 imLscoIlaneous, H. St«in: E. H. Lloyd. -for best flowers ?io-h? 111 the blowing varieties) a?'*1 dark roses, h. Leeson; fringed carnations? P. A. Mr^Moxhaml' MuiI-tone; Wppeastnun, BrandTr Mwlal; Bcsl Section by boy, S. Roses:— six, distinct, H. Leeson 1. Mrs. J;'11!; 2: radiance 16). J. Ham 1, Miss Shirtey Leeson 2; tluee. H. L3esm I, Mrs. TKelly 2; three, light, distinct, A. l. T' KeUy 2: ltIm' oark, H- r^eson l, Mrs. T. Kellv 2; one. exhibition, h. Leeson 1, L. Singl...
PARK HILL REQUESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
PARK HILL REQUESTS Park HJ*l Progress Association requested of Grativille Oouncil 1-hat the l-nce sur rounding Colauhoun Park be put in re pair, and trhei. th* palings bs fixod with hoop Iron: also that necessary llghUng b? placed along Mcndow-Kt., bstw«»en Ex cplsior-sh. and Woodville-rct — All were referred for report.
THE HOTTEST CITY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
THE HOTTEST CITY Tlie blistering heat which makes Mas eawa. on the Eritrean ccast, where Ital ian troops are now disembarking, one of the houest cities in the- world is also re sponsible for its chief source of, revenue —the ejfnort ol salt. Here, in the salt pans. which are connected with the Red Sea by a series of canals, it is said ttiot tU' sun eyaporate? over 2,000,000 gallons of water each day. From the pans .'the salt is carried in baskets by natives and heaped near the lagoon. Here it awaits export to Japan, the chief buyer, in specially constructed, boats, which carry from eight to ten thousand tons of unre fined crystals. — ??Roth.' Charles Boyer, joel McGrca and Glaudette' Colbert; in a scene from Walter Wanger's .'production for Paramount, - 'Private Wo/Ids.' Joan Bennett and Helen Vinson ar^. also cast. This supremely dramatic story will be tlie maia a'&ra£tion 'at Merrylands Cinema next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, ?Noveanbpr ^ and 8.
PRESBYTERIAN FELLOWSHIP CELEBRATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
PRESBYTORIAar FELLOWSHIP CELEBRATION Mifts R, L. W/IIfflms (secrctorj') cut a handsone cake when Gulldforr* Presby terian Fellowship held a tea at (hp As sembly Hall to celebrate its anniversary. The cake wai made by Mrs. T. Wil liam*. Aft~'*vards, a M-°cial service at the Prrsbvt*rian Church was cndi'ctcd bv Rev. McLaren Scott. A violin solo was slv»n by Miss Daphne Sim', and »h»- FpI *.hnir »a,'p the arthem 'Tf Yp I sw. Me.' Miss J. WlUla«rs «vas the soloist: and Mi's. T. Willia*»,^ wfl' ''?nn. Thp i*«3iO*T-5 read by Miss R. Nicholas and Mr. Les Stent'.
Feminine Interest [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
Feminine Interest (Observations by Peleni) 'Woman was taken from man's rib; not ironi his head to be above (him. nor from his feet to be below liim, but from his middle to be equal to him; under his arm to be protected and near his heart to b2 loved.' I The equalitv— or otherwiscs^-or the sexes has long been a debatable subject, but to my mind tJie above quotation ex presses in profound simplicity what thft footing Kftw.vn mail allH Ninmu.. ctim.U tX'. i ^ In practically every rphere of life woman has shown that as far as mental ' ability goes. Uie can stand on an equal bastg with any male. There arc few pro fessions in existence wliich cannot be conquered by we meanbers of the fairer Wcmen have fulfilled their hltheiio Mipresred capacity for adventure — on the * lend and sea. and. in tlic air; feminine exploiln and undortakings have been achieved which were undreamed ol not so long ago. Femininity has also Invaded tli#» world of sport from crickri to bike riding, but as yet footbal...
CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE Merrylands v Wentworthville [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE MerryLinds v WentworibviUe Won by Wemworthville by 16 runs on thf first innings. Merrylands — 1st innings, 166. Second innings— J. Headou 2, F. Oglcsby 87, W. lylesby 'retired )iurt- 31, G. Connolly 14. P. Gough 1. L. Da\ison 2, Rod Walker n. o. 1: sundries 10 — 5/148. Wcutworthville— 1st innings 1B2. fowl ing: F. Horsey 4/42. L. Davison 4/ GO, J. Horsey 151, E. Addicoat 1/1). C GRADE — -3rd Division Merrylands v Granville Mcths. Won bV'Gramllle Methodists by 16 ] uns on first innings. Methodists — 1 si mnings, 10L Second innings, 213. (Bowling: A. Davis 1/34, D. Mcore 2 50, V. Thompson 2/40, T. Broun 1 201 . Mttrrylands — 1st innings, 85. .. Second innings— J. Oglesby 13, E. Moore 13, V. Thompson 43. D. Moore 5, R. Seldle 20. E. Brown 10. J. Ckmt 1. R. Chivers 2. A. Davis 16. H. Nicholas n.o. 10. E. Clark n.o. 1: sundries 7 — 9/146. Sir Walter Scott y Guifdford Waratah Guildford Waratah won by six prickets. Sir Walter Scctt — 1st innings, 150. Sec...
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
V I G O R O, GRAVVnjjr X, niCT iccnriiTiA% Sam Lands' Challenge Cup tabic: Hol J^ycf 27, Werriwa 17, Robuus 12, Jolly Girls 8, SilTOr Siar 0 . Saturdays Results:— Werriwa. 123 de feated Silver 51 and 28 i total' 79 1, oy an innings and 46 runs. Hclroyd. 58 defeated Joliy Girls. 32 and 10 i38», by an innings and 20 runs. Robins, 59 and ^6 -85). defeated Chester H1U Stars 29 and 49 (78). bv 7 nine er™iir^ i and 0 43 - 1G6 -. defeated Kookabum, 15 and 142 -157,i, b-' eleven wickets and nine inns. The draw for Saturday, November 2, is as follow: Stiver Star v Jolly Girls. Ren ins v Werriwa; non-competive. Kooka burra v Holroyd, Strcllers v Clies^r Hill. Comments on Resulte Werriwa's Club out for batting practice against Silver Stai-s. N. Fawbcrt, 41. M. Simmons, 28, and E. Duggan, 14, not forge L-tlng 18 byes, l cp-scored for \heir club. Per Silver Stars. N. Comer. 18, and A. Martin.' 17, l»;^--stored. in Silver Sta'r's second innhigs the whole team collapsed a^ainrt ilie bowling of L. ...