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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

There's a good time coming; although .it's a good time coming. The English language Is called the 'mother tongue.' because father never gets' a word in I Wftmpn'R rlothes' mflv eo to extremes. but never to extremities 1 The girl who marries a man to reform him, generally spoils a good husband loi some other glrh ? . Printed and published for the proprietors by W. J. Bright, at 'The HI'' N»w«. pacer office, Smart-fit.. Falrfleld. N3.W

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

PR APERY ?/? CREDIT \J SYSTEM : . To meet the present economic conditions and to make provision for *Xnuus Fur chasm, you can now, it yon wish, pur chase your Drapery wants on the instalment Plan. YOU CAN SECURE GOODS TO THE VALVE OF— £1, on a deposit of 21- and XI- per week ' £2, on. a Deposit of 4/- and 21- per week . E3, on-a deposit of 6/-, and 3/- per week £4, on a Deposit of 8/-, nd '-/-' per week £5, on a Deposit of 10/ end 5/- per. week ? Yob can nay yonr~lB-taIraents at our Store. Our, Beat -city ..ftiDts sUU ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. Young Men's '^Service On Sunday at 7.15. It's Up to You To come and Hear tHem Preach and Sing.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

BOPPOBT OUB ADVERT1SERB. BADEN POWE ; 'T-HE KINEMA'. '- J . HIBX BAB and CONFECTraNERYJ. For Quick Service and ClvtlUy^J Any QdanUty of Drinks ? SuppU^T - : ' '?.... 'TUB ,. THEATRE JSHOP,* . . ? - ;? MS»RYLA-rDS. '.?:?.;' :,l.u' ... lADIES' HODSE FEOCKS, V1U eiukj.' *t E. a LINE «sd Co, GaiMfori .^ -. - -.':. ? ? ??'? ? .'?' .,':?'? - ':'-?? !;:v-.s

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD CYCLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

GUILDFOEO CYCIG CLUB ? Riding like a champion, Fatty Hansen, off th=.3m. 30s. mark, led all (he way to win the 6-mile handicap last Saturdav, by about 100 yards from A. Pear, with . C.:Ffehbum a dose Uilrd. The sunwise was tbe race -was the defeat of Dawson. for the fastest time prize by BUI Tighe. a fast-Improving rider. Results: Fatty Hansen (handicap. 3m. 30S.1 1. A.J*ar (2.0) 2, C. Fishburn (2.0) 3; W. Tighe (30 sec) fastest time, 12.30. Results of nee for cup donated by Mr. Mick Ciillen. 15 miles, en October 26 — W. Tlghe (handicap, »m.) 1, E. Waller (3:20) 2, W.Smythe «.2O) 3; A. Dawton -scr) fastest ;t)me,.37.3S.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. ALD. U. A. BAKER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

OBITUARY. ' ALD. 0. A. BAKER The news was received with regret on Thursday of the sudden death from heart trouble cf Alderman Urtle Alfred Baker, of Holroyd Council. Aid. Baker had teen In nospual previously, and was thought to be improving. He attended Holroyd Courtell's meeting last week, and appeared . bis Visual self. Elected to the council at the list triennial election. Aid. Baker was cneof the representatives of Pitt Ward. - He leaves a 'widow and several children to mourn their sudden' loss. Aldermen and staff of the council ftt t°n'-*ed Hk funeral which took place last Friday afternoon for Rookwcod Church --i Ougland cemetery. The council sent a tribute In tbe form of a wreath. At a special meeting of the council on Tuesday night a motion of conc'olence was carried, to be forwarded to t)-e rela tives. . ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
40-HOUR WEEK SIR FREDERICK STEWART'S ADVOCACY Practical Demonstration [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

40-HOUR WEEK SIR FREDERTK STEWART'S ADVOCACY Practical Demonstration Replying to the -strictures of the presi dent of toe Employers' Federation of New Suth Wales' -(Mr. T. H Silk) revive to. his attitude regarding tha 4J-hour week. s»r Fr:derlck Stewart said that the last thing he desired was to pro voke a controversy with those Interests ? -~ 't**-*vwa arc ov tlUUJIt QCSirCU.. However, answering Mr. SUk's specific iiuistion, when and where he (Sir Fred nick St°wart) berime an authority on lnduitrial matters, Sir Frederick said that taigetUrg for a m mat the fact that for s-ire years he had personally em ployed between 600 and 800 men In wide ly diversified ralUrgs. his greater auth ority perhaps lay In his own experience, extending over 20 years as a wage'ern .Jr. The change In his industrial condt ion liad not aHered his industrial out look, nor shortened his memory. S me Press reports, sir Frederick add ed would suggst u,at hs. was ^ op. ponent or mech«nls»tton. That was en Urplj...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUVENILE BALL PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

JUVENILE BALL PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS FUNCTION A children's fancy dress ball was held at the Merrylands Infants' School on Thursday evening, organised by members of the Mothers' Club, In aid of the Xmas tree fund. About. 60 children competed, many fine characters being represented, showing the keen interest of the mothers. A good numbsj- of parents nUended, which was pppreeiated by the committee. Mesdames stanberg i president), C. Hodson ihon. tieasurcri and Smart ilun. Fecrelary) were the officials but owln° In the latter not being able to b3 present. Mrs. W. Watt carried out Iher duties. The's ofticals were ably assisted by tlie mothers In supplying refreshments to all. Mr. A. H. HUlier. presidnnt of Merrylajids Parenls and Citizens' Association carried ol', the duUes of M.C. Alderman M. and Mrs. Wamock (Mayor and Mayore?s) acted as judges, nnd had a difficult ta:k In scleciing the various winners. Mr. HUlier thanked the judges on b» half of the Mishers' Club, for their ser vices, a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10.' ? St. MarV's — 11 a.m., C'mmunion, the Rector. ? ?*«? Guildford— 7.15 p.m., Rev. C. T. Keu derdine. For Bush Church Aid; 'Beyondl tha Sunslt.' Monday Bvining— 8 pm,. Rev. T. Jones, 'Wayback AustralU.' Old Guildford— 3.15, Communion; the Rectz^r, Et. AimV,, Menyland»-ll a.m. . „(. 7,-' P-m- Mr. Eamshay. ^S6*'61 HoIrOK--ll a.m., Mr. |g^*w; 7.15 p.m., CommunJon,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The British Empire [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

The' British Empire The British Empire U seven times as large as Uie Roman Empire at -lie time of its itreatett extent, under Trojan. It lias Increased by ejxmt, 4,000.000 square miles during the last 60 years. Canada alone is nearly as large as all Europe; and U larger than liie United Stales with all lls possessions. The Empire is the largest land-owner in the Western Hemisphere. It possesses more of the coastline of the Atlantic. Pacific, and Indian Oceans Ulan any other power. it is the most populous Empire the world has ever seen— about 450,000,000 ul mankind . It includes more races. ? languages and religions than any other Empire that ever existed. , I It has within iu boundaries large parts ' .of Uie once mighty Empires of Assyria. Babylonia, Persia, of Alexander, of Rome, and of the Great Mogul. The Empire holds. most of thr great 'gates'. of the world— Gibraltar, Suez. -Aden, Singapore, Quebec. It possesses many of the chief 'keys' of tne world— Malta, of the Mediterran ea...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Sam Lands Challenge Cup [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Sam Lands Challenge Clip P. L. W. A. D. B. Pis. Holroyd ? 7 0 0 1 0 2 21 Werrtwa ? 8 3 5 0 0 1 21 R-jblns- ? 7 4 3 0 0 2 12 Jolly Girls ? 1 4 3 0 0 2 12 Silver Star ? 7 ??00 02 0 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Werriwa, 47 and 1 wicket for 22 (lotal 6S|, defeated Robins 29 and 26 -5S I. by 10 wickets and 13 runs. Jolly Girls, 154, defeated Silver Star. 66 end 47 ? 1 1 3 1 , by ail Innings and 41 runs. Non-Comprtitive Strollers. SO and 76 - 126). defeated Chester Hill Silver Stars, 15 and 61 -76i. by 50 runs. 'Holroyd. 80. defeated Kookaburra. 27 and 9 i36-. by an innings and 44 runs. DRAW FOR SATURDAY, NOV. 9 Holroyd v Sliver Star. Jolly Girls v Robins: non-competitive. Werriwa v Strol- lers. Chester Hill Silver star v Kooka burra. _ COMMENTS ON RESULTS Silver S'.ar rlub lias produced a .second Con Bradman In E. Pilcher. singles don't count with Enid: she went for the bowl ing of Jolly Girls and scored five bound aries in succession, before being bowl...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

FOR BETTER YISJQN .-?' WWcb. means BETTER HEALTH I '. ' - '?'.'.-?/ _??:?? , Consult— . j ^ilpKENZIE, M tO. '; ' OPTOMEiKIST ft OPTICIAN -?'; - ' ' ^.'?'H;;..v'.^-?*L?un Chambers t - ? .U$$*&Cjk--$T^ PABEASMTTA. ??':;:-. : ;^i?^&:^f^°o «-1 Greggs) X^ '^Mf^S^M^- er- ODIUMOBD ? ? C ;.:- - ?' \ -'eFiJ?''$§?tp}.';Qywi'!i ' ?'-'??:-??' '-^ vj';,' . OP7TCIAJr'ito 'the JTew South WaW

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

??* SflOP LOCALLY aii^ ^AVE MOMEY ^H EWT * T T W IT #***-!#! r* ** G U I L D FO Rl- ' S PROGRESSIVE DRAPERS ? XJU .LsirVJCs SHIQ I/O* AND MERCER.S ? WILL HELP YOU. SHEETS SHEETS SHEETS UB- SL^^^U1^ D^le Bed- ' * u v ?? '?'« each: SPECIAI^^TRONG WHITE SATIN-FINISH TWILL SHEETS, for Single Beds Usunlly 12. 6 a pair. This Week's SptrJal— 3 II tarh; 7 10 a pair. MAKE' A LAY-BYE FOR 'XMAS WHILE THEY LAST. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS POR THE O.B. LEADER SHEETS (Five Years' Guarantee). HOSIERY SPECIALS: LADIES' SILK HOSE from ? 1,3 o nalr FULLY FASHIONED from ? '.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.;.. £/ll SOLE AGENTS for— KAYSER HOSIERY and LINGERIE. SUPER QUALITY BEMBERG SILK, / Stripes, 1/4| yard V CHILDREN'S SUMMER BLOOMERS, Only 6&d pair. Absolutely Sydney's Best Value. Fresh Supplies of Latest TIES for 'Xmas Lay- v byes, from 1 / 1 1 each Men's ATHLETICS—' Cotton from }/*; Milanese 2/11. \ Boys' Blouse Shirts from ... . ?'. 1/6 each Pyramid Handkerchiefs .,.,?.. . . 1/3' each- Arrow Handkerchiefs . . ,...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Valuation HOLROYD QUARRIES' APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

Land Valuation HOLROYD QUARRIES' APPEAL Jn me Land and Valuation Court ibe for Mr. Justitc Pike), reserved Judgment was given in the objection by Une New South Wales Associated Blue Metal Quar ries. Ltd., to the Valuer-General's valua tions of certain ' lands in the Holrnyd Municipality, en the ground that they wcrp too high. The company is the lessee of certain lends as well as th-! owner of certain constructed. One of the areas is nearly 49 acres, while the area of the other Is four acres two roods 243 perches. The resMctlve arpas were valued by the Vlucr-General at. fcntmnroved valu» £1725. improved value £6225: nnd annual assessed value £393. The obiectors con t?nd«l for £1225. £3250. nnd £208, r» njrotlvelv. For the smaller nrpa *lw iVnlucr-fienerars figure? wcrp £460. £2000, tn(t £i 0(1 respectively. Thp ob-nctors con Wnrieri (hat they should b'. £190. £1950, and E98. The amounts are In incrpase on th» pr»vimis values tw the Volun rjciiPral. Part of th» land Is used as a minrr...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PITT ROW SCHOOL New Building Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

PITT BOW SCHOOL New Building Wanted . Pitt Row P. and C. Association reflucrt- - cd Holroyd Council, on Tuesday night, to press for the erection of a new school at Pitt Row. as thp accommodation was inadequate for the 642 puoils. Thp asso rl&Uon had received several womlses-froin the department, but nothing had mater ialised. — The request was acceded to.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUGE SCHOOLS PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

HUGE SCHOOLS PICNIC Guildford F. and C. Association and Picnic Committee Is arranging n picnic for December 3. for 1300 school children, attmdln' Guildford. Old Guildford. South GranvfUe and Guildford Convent Schools. Holroyd Council was asked on Tuesday night for a donation of a priz« or re freshments.— Council voted 10/0. The -i»te 'f th° nl^nlc has-been approved by the department. -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHELTER SHED FOR YENNORA [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

SHELTER SHED FOR YENNORA That the erection of a shelter shed on the down platform at Yonnora railway jstatioc be advocated, was the , request ot Fairflcld East Progress Association to Holrovd Council.— Council agreed to ap proach the commissioners. '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guildford Soldiers' Club POPULAR CARD EVENING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

Guildford Soldiers' Club POPULAR CARD EVENING On Wednesday evening. October 30. a large number of club members and their lives and friends held a nve hundred tournament in the Guildford R.S. club room, m'hlch proved such a success that it is Intended to continue these evenings regularly even- month from now on. oup Her was provided by the Ladles' Auxiliary, and the winners of the tournament were Airs. o. a. £-miui ana ait. oisnop. Mr. Murray was in charge of the games, and much credit is due to him for organising this new social \*enture. On Saturday evening the first of a series of bridge classes was held in the club room, under the instruction of Mr. Butters. Quite a large number were lircscnt. mostly learners, and it Is hoped that, after a few more practice nights, if, mill be possible to hold a bridge tourna ment. All interested in auction brMfr? are asked to come along next Saturday night, when the date lor the tournament will be fixed. If popular, these evenings will also be c...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAPPINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

HAPPINESS The pursuit of happiness is the sad mistake that a great many people arc making to-day. By reason of the speed and intensity ol things, Uie mind of the world has become more neurotic than in any .previous time in history. Ufe Is more complex. Some, the fortunate ones, are striding with the trace of thlncs without losing llielr poise, but the greater number, in the highly civilised countries at least, are strung up to sensation pitch, anxious, flurried, thrilled (hi spasms), bored and sense-ebsesscd. We are all in agreement as to the de sirableness of the slate or happincs.*— but the pursuit or it— no. It Is the pur suit that kills it. It is rather the attain ment, of happiness as a general direction that the unhojipy should keep in mind. Better still, happiness should be a possession — a permanent state. Why should we have to pursue happiness or attain it? Let us have.it. be Jt. K Is rather a slate which we should be In, - not one we should have to get. Does the lark have ...

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