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

Alluring Dolores Del Rio. who has the flellar role in Warner Bros*, red-hot musical Eoectacle of the troolcs. 'In caliente,' to be' screened at the Merrylfmds Cinema next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. ' .

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

GUILDFORD . PERSONAL Mrs. Graham, of Railway Parade, was hurriedly called to Brisbane to attend the ' funeral of her late brother-in-law, Mr. J. Lackey, who will be remembered tas the eccond Mayor of Falrfleld and Bmrttifleld. She was requested to travel by aeroplane, but not desiring any thrills, preferred to travel by express train, on Friday even 11J£ fd^l. ' . The many friends or Miss Laurel Fair weather will be pleased to learn that Ehe hns fully recovered from two operations within eight weeks— acute appendix and septic tonsils. Mrs. Foley. sister of Mrs. Cooper, of Cross-street, has been down on a month's holiday, and expects to return to Inverdl tills week. Mr. J. Pentony, rail jxirter, is going on annual Irave this Thursday. Mr. A. E. Nicholson stationmaster of Guildford railway station. Is on annual leave, and is being relieved by Nlght officer Georse Wilson. GUILDFORD GETS A WIN Tlic third prize in the State lottery, drawn tills week, came to a Guildford syndicate compose...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Fete ST. THOMAS'. SOUTH CRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

Church Fete ST. THOMAS1. SOUTH GRANVILLE. The Ladles' Guild of St. Thomas' Church, South GramiUc. organised a fot«, which was held on Friday and Saturday last. Both days and evening attracted good patronage. Tile offcla] opening was uerformed on Friday aflemoon by Mrs. J. S. Fielding, Mayoress of Granvlue, the Mayor also was present. Betty Smith handed to Mrs. Fielding a bouquet of flowers. The stalls were well supplied with goods, and laid out to attract attention. Th: stallholders were: SxeeU, Mesdamcs Rol llson and Smith; fancyworit. Mesdames L'ucas, Ellis and Stcne; groceries. Mr. lioUison and Mra. Gilllgan: ice creams, Mesdanus Parry and Wllmot: works. Mfcidames Smith. Shaw and Den Ion; rc Irerhmcuus. Mesdames Keel. Pnrkur and Ellis: Hoop-la, Fellowship boys. On Saturday night an all-nations pagc »nt wn-! held, by children prejwrcd bv Mrs. Rollhon. Cl\»Ws -'»je rendered, and Betty Smith sang a solo. The Guild wcrctarv. Mrs. S,'onc. !h' church secretary. Mr. Ellis, and th? Guild...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

? Judge: What brought, you here ? Accused: Two policemen. Judge: I don't mean that — drunk, I ? presume . Accused: Both of Item.

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

MOTOR AND C1CLE COLLISION A collision occurred at Falrfield-road and Edward-street, on October 28, between a motor lorry, driven by James Penney, of Wentworthvllle, and a push bicycle, ridden by Ernest Ewart, of McCredle-road, Guildford. Mr. Ewart was conveyed to Parnunatta Hospital by the ambulance, to ?the neck and left arm. He was a timekeeper, employed on relief work. The bicycle was badly damaged, and the rad iator of the car was also damaged.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL PAY WHEN JOB IS DONE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935

WILL PAY WHEN JOB IS DONE Dr. A. R. Hunt, of Guildford. wrote to Holroyd Council intimating that when the drainage alongside his residence, The Esplanade, liad been reclined, he wouin pay the account due in this connection — The overseer was asked to report on this tnatier.

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

Hive You Realised t% IT JS LESS THAN SEVEN A: V^EEKS TO CHHiSTMAS ^ And . Owr TWO STORES are Stocked '- to die Limit with all the Best in — Crockery V7 Aliftriiniumware Tools, Cutlery Glassware Watches & Clocks. Kiddies' Tricycles ?]? and Thousands of other Useful Presents. | Ca( TO-DAY and Make a LAY-BY— & TO-DAY: It Costs No More! :( ? '? ? I L. E. YOUNG & Co., Merrylands '- . ? . ? ? '.... .- ,, . AND - ? ' Guildford Hardware Co. M. J. LAMBERT, 244 WOODVttLE Witif. ' MERMAID SOAP ? /old bar MONOPOLE SOAP .. .. U. 6d bar TOILET SOAPS ? Wr Hi cake CARBOLIC SOAP ? Id cak.' SOAP POWDERS ? lOid doz. HAPDONS The Quality Butchers, / GUILDFORD. Thone UW959I. / ORDERS DELIVERED. * W. H. NEAL,. LICENSED . ELECTBICAL '- / CQNTBACTQB, f 88 MOUNTPORD AVENUE, / QUOJiFORD. / Installations , and . Bepalri QuWlJ Executed. Phone: UW6443. A. & L-lpNES' MILK ' FOR ALL PURPOSES. ( i A RICH DAIBK PRODUCT, / Why hot have the Best for the Same / Price? . / Btop Ui? Cart, ...

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

WATER FOR BELMONT STREfeT [?]

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

SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS.

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

'-? f .' . j; ; IN ALL ITS ^RANCHES '4; ''[*.. ^'; ' ;'' — , — ? .'ft-... ^ NEAT ANb CHEAP PROMPT DELIVERY from a Visiting Card to a Newspaper. \ l^ . ?'. , ,' . ? ? ? . ?-- ??? -?^PP© YOUR MONEY IQCALLY. AND IT WILL ' 'J'' EVENTUALLY CdME 3ACK TO YOU ?;;'THE BROADCASTER.': ' ..' i ? ?..???'.? ' ' ?' ..

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

V T. R. RANKINS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR / 13 CHAMBERLAra RD.. GUILDFORD, / end WAPK ST.. FAIRFDJLD. k / TEL., UW8163. IV Installations and Repairs at Reasonable X RateE. * Work carried out Promptly with Best Materials. PARTICULAR i PEOPLE / PREFER V COLEMAN'S BREAD f ALWAYS FRESH r .And of WHOLESOME . FLAVOR. GIVE IT A TRIAL. And TELL YOUR NEIGHBOUR. Coleman, Baker RING UW8586. CARTS DELIVER DAILY. GUILDFORD and Surrounding Districts. FLORAL VOILES at E. H. LINE mi Co.. Bulldford, JJd yd. Colors Goannteed.

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

CAREYS CITY-PRICE DRAPERS. NOVEMBER BARGAINS MEN'S TOP DOO WORK TROUSERS, all sizes ./ ? */U MEN'S ATHLETIC SDJ3LETS, Silk Bound, all sfedt ? 1/- each- , I MEN'S SILK SPUN DE CHENE SHOWS, Whlte/c:at Style .. 5. 11 each MEN'S ALL WOOL INDIANA SOCKS, all size/ ? 1/61 pair. j MEN'S BORDERED HANKIES, Fast Dyes /^jn-r White .. .. Od each, ;l '£#? MEN'S POLICE & FIREMEN'S BRACES, very Strong ? 1/9 each :* :y MEN'S HEAVY CHECK SILK SPORTS SHIRTS. S.M.. M., O.S.— * !'' Usual 8 11. NOW 5/11 -; UNBLEACHED CALICO. 36 in., usual 7 Id ? NOW 6d, 5/0 dOBJO. LADIES' CREPE NIGHTS, White and Colors ? NOW I/9W BARGAINS IN UNBLEACHED SHEETS, 3 Years' Guarantee : Single Bed 7.11: 3 Bed 8 11 ; Uuuble Bed 9 11, rlaln and Twill REMNANTS HALF-PRICE BUY ON OUR NEW DRAPERY CREDIT SYSTEM ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN. LAY-BYES. RED SPOT COUPONS. .MERRYLANDS, also FAIRFIELD ? c I SELECT YOUR 'XMAS PRESENTS NOW ' AND PAY A SMALL DEEffSIT ? BUY THE GENUINE SWEDISH REALiVRYSTAL CUT-GLASS Ladles' Toilet Sets— Brush...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUEZ CANAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

SUEZ CANAL - At a time when tiie British Govern . meat's control cf the Suez Canal Is re garded by same as a vital factor in the It«lo- Abyssinian -crlste, it Is of Interest to . recall' that de Lesseps' project was orig- - inally regarded with intense suspicion by Britten politicians. 'When de Lesseps made a tour through England In an ot- ? tempt to raise, capital tor bis undertak ing, it was said that to subscribe would be unpatriotic, as the effect of the canal . would-be to- assist French 'designs on : Egypt. Lord palmerston In a speech in the pouse.of ?Commons denounced the. enterprise as 'one of those babble schemes 'Which are often set on toot to Unduoe . English capitalists to invest their money, -and which, in the ;end, will only leave them poorer, wrjoever else may t* richer-' injvlew of laterjevente^his outburs^fead* j|

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD TEMPLARS Criticism of Judge's Comment [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

GOOD TEMPLARS i CriUctaa of Judge's Comment : '-A ' The poUUcal council of the Inta-nit i iwessed S5tonlshmcnt at tL^^Ji: J statement of Oie chairman o7«i?wS? - A his way home after eight iSun?^ S i work hi the open air. The^resoffin ^ ed that that remark. doSta?t»^ ^fn' ' occupying such a high JuXtanLSiffi!? '' . in view of ihe recenay-emjreiSn SSIt^ - of the B.MA. conference V^^)?plni0':la tU-eflects of liquor,' wS^KS^ *J -. the meeting Tegretted ttiat«^§nS^ ' Ehouia have voted eucU^u^j^^b _.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY SHORTAGE OF BRAN AND POLLARD Substitutes in the Poultry Ration [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

POULTRY SHORTAGE OF BRAN AKD POLLARD SubslHutes in the Poultry Ration The dry conditions that have bsen ex perienced In most, parts of the St»te during past months have resulted In an increased demand fcr bran and pollard, and this, combined with little activity in the export of flour, has caused a shortage of these two main constituents of the . mash portion of poultry rations. The result has been a sharp Increase in prices, and there is also an upward trend In the price of wheat. This Increase in the cost of feeding coming at & time when egg prices ore falling is causing many poultry farraers grave concern, writes the Poultry Expert of the Department of Agriculture hi current notes. The shortage of pollard and bran nat urally raises the question as to what cart be used as tuliitltutes and, while a num ber of commodities might take their place, the difficulty Is to obtain them in. suffic ient quantities or at prices -which would render them economical to use. Wheat meal, al...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS P.A.F.S. "BIRTHDAY." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

MERRYLANDS P.A.F.S. 'BIRTHDAY.' Merrylands P.A.F.S. celebrated Its 'biitJiday1 et a sneial and dance In the Masonic Hall. The attendance of 200 included repi-esxiKaUvcs of similar or p»'i™«pa« from p»ar and far. The w.M weicomed the vkltars. the W.D.M re sponding (Bro. Cadwick). Musiral ond rther contribution; bv Mr. Gin (ParramalU). Bn. Hau-k/n's (GranvUle P.A..F.S.) and SU-r Lewis were applauded. Bro. F. sfephenson's f-rch^stra pleased ih» dancers. Bros w Wayrnan and L,. Rillstone recrtved ' the'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guarding Youthful Lines (Observations by Felenl) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

Guarding Youthful Lines (Observations by Felenl) During the many phases of fashion, women have Invented all kinds of strange tortures in order to have their figures conform to the prevailing trend. The deadly weapons wielded by the fair sex net so long ago, in order to have a waist chat could be spanned by two hands, are shuddered at by her more enlightened sisters of to-day: but they also have some very weird and wonderful methods of keeping 'streamlined.' Of course, the vogue for shapeless and psuiiuiiy xnin rigures nas oeservemy gone out of existence, and iwomanly curves are now allotted Into the tcheme of things. However, the modem woman realises that overweight Is not only ruinous to her appearance, but definitely affects hsr general health and well-being. Diet has played a great ipart in slim ming processes, but so many have Injured their health by starving themselves and Indulging In outlandish fads that fem ininity has realised that diet should only be followed when srcserlt...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

CHimCll OF ENGLAND SOCIAL. 1 F cini in aid of the sweets pUH at t'.i- approaclling C. of E. bazaar was 1-cld n1, St. Matthew's Hall McrrylaiKis Wet The effort -sm.s organis ed by MescVimes H. Charnock and R. Kcit. An rxhiblUon or fancv danclna by Doirthy Clamock ,i»d Vlviennc Bii'i: mp.ii was an attractive feature of the effort Comp^tiUo-is were won V Mr. Ai'Stln, Mrs. Cros'imaii and Mrs. Harri The rector (Rov. A. J. Dvy'i* ai'-d. Mrs Dwycr were present.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS CAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION SATURDAY'S RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

TENNIS GAMBRIU. CUP ASSOCIATION SATURDAY'S RESULTS B Grade: Halcyon S/46 defeated Blue Gum 4 3?;' Laurels 9/54 d. Sunbeams 0 23. ' ' C Grade— Dlv. I: Bodeaa I 7/47 d. Merryville 2 '35; Behnont 5/47 d. The Corals 4 43: The Nlven 8/54 d. laurels 0 0. Div. H: SunJJeOms 8/50 d. Bodean n 1.32; Halcyon 6/39 d. Edenlea 4/33: Ooolah II 6/46 d. Bstabcw n 3/34. Wv. HI: The Laurels 4X45 d.The M1U 5/41; bottus 8/50 U. The. Corals 11 1/25; Rain bow I v boolah rx, no result., Sundoy Morning Gent's— Bodean I 5/36 d. Edertlea -3/29;- Laliefc 5/43 d. Bodean II 3 20; Coolah n 8/48.-i. .Ccolih. I PH.3. Ladief' Mid-Week— Bodean 6/42 d. Bel mom 2 30; Rainbow' 4/34 d. Laurels 4.31; Lofuis 5 3P d, AU Sports 3/30. Trophies Presented On Monday night. In .Qranvllle Town Hall, the cup ' and trophies won In the recent competition were presented to the winners by the Mayor. (Aid. J. S. F1eld ingi. Aid. McFarlane, Mr. J. Mevln. Mr. J. Pollock and a reoresematlve of slaz ?ngf rs (Sydney) . Mr. Foran (president) p...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sherwood Diggers Proposed "Own" Hall [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

Sherwood Diggers Proposed 'Own' Hall The usual monthly meeting of the Sherwood brunch was held in Silverstone's hail on November 4. Reports of success ful dances held in the Holroyd Town Hall were received, and it was alio stated that the Poppy night dance last Thursday was an unqualified success, a record crowd being present. Difficulty has arisen in regard to the Town Hall, which may ' shortly toe converted into administrative offices to cone with increased volume of work. This means that the Sherwood Diggers will be deprived temporarily of a hall. A movement is on foot, however, to build a hall of their own, and the build ing most probably will be erected close to the Town Hall. We understand that the plans being prepared for submsslon to the Council provide far a much larger (fencing space than the Town Hall, and the floor, it is Stated, will be one of the best outside Sydney. Some concern has bsen expressed re garding the re-Imposition of the permlss able income regulaticrc whi...

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