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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

CONGREGATTONAL CHUKCH , „ fS'5*^- NoyranMfe^v.^ / ^ lit pm Mr H. Blackburn /

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

Cucumber Culture The cucumber Is of easy culture and should find a place In every home veget able garden. In preparing the soil, take the top twelve Inches away from a hole about three feet in diameter and in the bottom work a liberal supply of mil rotted manure, together with a handful of superohOEnhate and subhate of am monia. Replace the soil to within about three Inches of the surface, then work the manure thoroughly into the soil. Re place the top three Inches of soil with out manure, and in this k« the seed. Whrn th: seedlings are well up. leave the three strongest plants and pull out the rr.it. Keep the plants watered and. the j surface well cultivated to check weed ' growth and prevent evaporation or the soil moisture. The apple -ehaped variety Is ths best for the home garden, as the plants are very poltfic and the cucmrlwr .sweet-flavored. Two other varieties, the long green and the short green, produce good crops and are the varieties usually grown by most (market gardener...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFOKD New Bchool of Arts. Baptists invite you to Attend Service' on Sunday. . Preacher 1 1 , Mr. Gardiner jKI.M. The Evening Service, 7.}p p.m. Is bright and HelpfuJ^^ Song Servict 7 p.m. This is Your Invitation !

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

EASTERN STAB SOCIAL. Members of thtt Order of the Eastern Star were entertained by retiring w.P,. Bro. Tttlow. W.M. Sister Hlllman and outer officers of Holroyd Chapter at a social In the Masonic Hall hut week. A M=Bsant time was spent in gam'e and dancing, with. Items contributed by Sister Hillman and Bidder R*nn&rti, Sisters Haddon and Smith act-xl as pianist* very capably. Printed ana-published lor the proprietor! by W. J. Bright, at 'Tbe Biz' News, paper office. Smart-st.. Valrfleld. NJ3.W

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF CHRIST LOFTUS PARK SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

CBTJRCH OF CHRIST LOFTTJS PARK 8TJNDAY. NOVEMBFR 11. Christian Endeavor at IS a.m. Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Speaker, Mr. J. Clydesdale. Bible school 3 p.m. Gospel Service, 7.15 p.m. Speaker, Mr. J. Clydesdale. Mid-week Prayer Meeting: Wednes day, at 8 p.m.

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

MOUTH ORGAN BAND BROADCASTS Merrylancvs Mouth-organ Band iw(H be heard over the air firm SKY on Novnmber 20. The band, which made Its first public appearance a fortnight ago. will contribute tn a programme to be given at the King's Hall. Lover sloping with his adored): How murh Is the fare ? Taxi-driver: That's nil right, sir. The young lady's father settled all that.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. S.S. ANNIVERSARY. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

CVItDTOBn METHODIST CHUBCH. S.6. ANNIVERSARY. GONDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 11 a.m.. Rev. W. R. Poolei 3 p.m.. Mr. J. Gardiner ICMna in , tand Mission). \ 7.15 D.m., Rev. J. H. A. Sorrell, M.M. (Young People's DopartmenW .

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

Your 'M WAS SUIT I /I JEl\ YOU WILL BE WISE in Selecting |I-- ^?LL Your 'XMAS SUIT NOW, before - ^frV3/ the rush sets in. ''?', tt^^^^t We &re C0NT1NU1NG 0UR ^H^H^Hi OFFER of a £4/15/- , SUIT to KKHBsMk Y0UR MEASURE for ... W £3/15,' ^^BB|I We GUARANTEE THIS, SUIT to ^H^^Hj he the BEST you can -pos»ibly ^B^B! All YOURS FOR 3/9 31 Week. ^HSIH} Other Prices range from BfB WE ARRANGE TERMS. ?P^^' PAY AS YOU ffi * ^ WEAR: Buy frdrn— / Bradley'si ^ LIVERPOOL ? and ? MERRYLANDS I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL. BROUGHTON ST., GUILDFORD SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HAIX, BROnOHTON ST.. GtJILDFORD ?' STODAY. NOVEMBER .17. , - . Frcnfftr, 7.15. Mr. R. Hind. Tuesday, 1.S0: Mr. r. wortie. Thursday, g: Y-oung People's Meeting.

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

?;,?? j TO-NIGHT (Thursday) and TO-MORHOW (Friday) at 8 p.m.— - . I Final Sstecnlngs or Warner Bros.' Flaming Musical Romance of Tropics, 'IN CALIENTE,' ! with PAT O'BRIEN, DOLORES Ml BIO and ED. eVeBETT HORTON. i Aim, LEW AYRES and MAE CbAKKE In 'SILK HAT KID.? . { Also showing en FRIDAY only at 7*0 p.m. sharp: loth Episode of I tile red-blooded aerial serial, 'TAILSPIN TOMMy.' Managing Director: A- J. BESZANT. Reservations at Shop, adjoining Theat.-e, nr at Thentr'. No Extra Charge for Booking. 'Piione: l/Wifiirf. CAR PARKING SERVICE This SAT., MON. & TUES., NOV. 16, 18 & 19 EVENINGS at 8 o'clock, and at SATURDAY MATINEE at 1.30 p.m. The First of the Stupendous United Artiste1 reductions— It Stands. Alone as a Monumental Screen achievement. A Story Unit Is so enthralling that yeu'll live every moment U It over «»d ou-r in your heart for monUls ***** ^oaYC scca il ' eetnncTio wirHout HSaBMBBJjjj^Bf^&l^^BB^B^^BIn IIiIVSL --J^BBNk ROBERT Wm^%^^^^ donat To be p...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"HELD OF REMEMBRANCE" GUILDFORD POPPY DAY CEREMONY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

'HELD OF REMEMBRANCE' GUILDFORD POPPY DAY CEREMONY Despite the Inclement weather, over 250 people attended the Guildfcrd 'PleW of Remembrance' ceremony, held under the 'S'?? ^ tne GuHdford sub-branch R-S. JSJ. SXL.A, at the Cenotaph, Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts, on Poppy Day. omdals, representatives of local public bodies and various denominations, includ ing Mr. Chmberlaln, representing the Pro gress association, together with relatives of the fallen and Junior Red Cross mem bers, 1st Guildford Bey Scouts, returned soldiers and sailors and tne public gath ered at the scene, which will be memor auic ui v«r nisiory oi tne district. On the Cenotaph were placed floral croses, one from the sub-branch (donated. X ^r!^ a?erSu!»n-. cne each also from tne School of Arts and Boy Scouts- and adjacent to the Cenotaph was a snaU field In which small crosses of remem brance were placed by the public The sub-branch president, Mr. W. Mc Iver, after calling for one minute's silence, 'Lest we ...

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

DAHLIA GROWERS A casual stroll soon convinces one that nearly every garden; large or small: has a dahlia plant or more in it. A little more trouble, or perhaps a small change in treatment, would enable a much better return from the plant. Gardeners are reminded that the lecture on 'Dahlia Cul ture,' by Mr. a. W. Cooper is to be given on Monday evening next, at CWUdford and all who grow or like this flower will be welcome. (Bee advt.).

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

A TENNIS TOURNAMENT A very successful tennis tournament was played at 'The Pines.' Railway Cres cent. Guildford. November 5 In which 22 players took part. Play was very keen, three ladles tying for first place, and the runner-up one game behind. The win ners were Mesdames Dirks, Berry and Catt, with Mrs. Nicholls next. Other prizes were won by Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Canning. They were donated by five lady members of above club. During the after noon, played ceafed whilst all the ladles went into Mrs. Hadfield's to listen into tilt Melbourne Cup. Immediately after wards afternoon tea was served. Special thanks is due to Mesdames Canning, Sinnock, Hooston, Slatyer and Murray for the successful day. by which the club will benefit.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowling and Recreation Club Inaugural Meeting Held [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

Bowling and Recreation dob Inaugural Meeting Reid uu inursoay, November 7, an enthus iastic foundation meeting took place at the residence of Mr. s. B. Smith, Marion street, Guildford. when the above club was formed. The motion was proposed by Mr. ChamRlon (treasurer) and second ed by Mr. Norrie. who was elected secre tary pro tern. Mr. Smith acted as chair man, and a strong working committee was formed. All fully agreed upon the deslr ?to^uumorl'1* d°'n a bmrUng SmD It was decided to aponoach the local park trustees and the Granville Council, 1» ask that portion of the park be set asMe for this pmpose. and any co-openu ; uon wmch these two public bodies may give to the project. , A small green would be of Immense value to the district, and greatly assist development. The next meeting will be held on 'La Morada,' Marlon-street, this Thursday, 14th, at 8 pjn., and prospective memb?rs. , or any who are Interested, should at - tend. (Sec advt. in this issue.)

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 — 14 November 1935

VIGORO. GRANVILIE & BIST. ASSOCIATION Sam Lands' challenge Cup IJilroyd 31, Wfrrln-a 21, Robins 16, Jolly Girls 12, silver Star 0. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Hclroyd, 45 and 99 (total 144). defeated Silver star, 16 and 28 -46-, by 98 runs. Robins, 70 and 35 d0S-. cheated Jolly Girls, 50 and 38 -8g-, by 17 runs. Werrlwa. 47 and 45 ( 92 1 , defeated Strol- ' iere. m and bl (85), by 7 runs. ?Ohey^r Hill Silver Star. 60 and 105 (165), defeated Kookaburra, 7 and 49 i5G) by 109 runs. Comments on KesnKs ? Hotroyd's win over silver star has given them an undefeated record in the 8am Lands' Challenge Cup, which is com peted. Holroyd club has cleaned up all ik; trophies fa the winter compeiiUons, which are as follow: Jacobs' B grade cup. an-J 14 trophies, Sam lands' Challenge Cup and 14 trcphles; and Miss E. While has secured the umpires' cup for the highest individual score lor the competi tion, wlih 62 runs. What a night Hoi royd club will have at the presentation dance ! Werriwa Club are r...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tuition in Beekeeping SUMMER SCHOOL AT HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

Tuition in Beekeeping SUMMER SCHOOL AT HAWKESBUBY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. The Minister for Agriculture (Hon. Hugh Main, MJj-A.) announces that arrangements are being made for the usual summer school in apiculture to be held at Hawtaaury Agricultural Col lege, Richmond, from January 2 to 17, 1930. The course will be open to person* of either not over the age jM It years, and the instruction will include practical work, lectures and demonstrations cover, tog all the work' necessary In apiaries. . - The fee for the course will lie tl/lll. ?inclusive 01 board and lodging. stU&nW prooewtew to the 'itfipoltr «U ^SfSe able ftp travel at concession rates,' -where . the .distance each -w*y to »od frwn Rlfch niandiis-not lees than 35 miles.^Stuf dtats travelling by saytof the NartJj^otst Steam. Navigation Company'* ' steamers . will also be -entitled to a wtoclipfcrtJi ? tne xare. j', ? ' .? ' --?.-Vr^'' The attendance at thb course wlttte limited/ ta twenty eerstaa, and afcfflc*. ttooi...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.D.P. & C. COUNCIL SECRETARY'S WORK PRAISED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

S.D'E*€ COUNCIL BEO«|BUKrri WORK PRAISED Th*i6bBthlr*meettn»; of ttae above was h*»!Ott»»5^58.-Mr MUllnmn (vlce JrteS SSte«ih6jaeotallMjUnle visit for S^^cSrasaMlfthat fcThad been tfBSffiamy£x£t-lt this. ^riS$Sm&WB*te tt»t he had y^tS^StWw-ft'HowhllL SosSIey Park ' SuSW. ,«* had laeeurea the otv»Usr*jC#S««a»t in -SaUftOA district, SJtFS^&rad feter to ha,ve two or

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

ON SAT/UBDAY, f COME AND ENJOY 3 Our LAST DANCE of t*»I6 Year, In the ? t ? Masonic lull, to tile Imperial | , Orehestm's Music. 11 T^HE OtlLDFOttD * DISTRICT f) «OJ8TICULTUBAL SOCIETT. B LECTT-RE— 'Dah'la Culture.' by Mr. O. .1 W. Cooper, Regent Hali,. ou Monday, 9 8.30 p.m. Everj'one welcome. 1 NOTICE /^ J The recently-fomea j Guildford BpWling and 'j Recreation Club ] Invites otheVQie^pectlTe Members to »t- 1 tend tile nexf mallng, at the rasldencc jl of Mr. S. B. Smith, 'La MOrada,' Mar- I ion-ft., ouildford. THIS THURSDAY, I NOVEMBER, 14 ?.t 8 pJQn. II A SOCIAL EVENING / j will be held In the y^ (j PRESBVTEBIAN CHtrBCH HAEC I MERRYLANDB ROADj/ I] On WEDNESDAY, NOV. io/at » pJl. ADMISSION : StXmfCE. The Winners of 1 Cjufipetlltions left rrom recent Sects' Mr: Boudoir chair, Mrs. Jones. Concord West; Cushion, Mr. CamptivX Merrytomls-roadj Bhie Vats, Mrs. Leoke, Windsor-road, Merry lands. NOTICE. j The JOLLY JOKERS' DANCE, ad- J ? verUsed Tor November 14, has been I postponed. { I...

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

J I^Oid Lady at the Little JLp ^ ' tMS|BE|BPKED .CQRWEB Jttg. lip

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

?FOR tb« GOOB *f I2SS»? »Vv' / Visit Mr. i. O. CHAMBERLAIN, / who has opened a » I BOOT REPAIRING' Buslnes* In O'NEILt ST., ODILDFORD (next Regent Theatre). First-Class Workmanship Guaranteed. Sewn Work a soeclallty. Qlve m-? a trial. Prices Moderate. B. J. BURSTON'S, / 171 MERRYLANXX5 ROAD. / SPECIALISES fa LADIES * GENT.'S/ HAIEDBESSINO. \J Special Care an* Attention given t« Children. A Clean Sbavc s Certainty ! Don't Rorr-t Your Holiday*: Ton Need . Good Flablnc Tackle. Call and innir . - Display »t Low Prim. N«*4 Get** G»t « jiffft «d. f R. E. PETERS / (Rear of Young's), \j MERRYLAUDS. THE ORIGINAL UCEKSED RiBMBEB GASFHTMt and DKAWEft Established 20 Tears. ESttmaWe Free. AU Work Guaranteed. Sanitary Work a Speciality. / PHONE: OW9«4. / Lidcombe LAUNDRY Local Agent: N. R. .BAIEEY.jSeedsman. 1117 Merrylinds Koad,.MBufeLANDS. (Oppoalte Cinema.). \_ /cX7509. Stilt* Cleaned and fresseoN* City Prices. ShlrteabdOollars'a Speciality. Blankets returned lite -new. Try our Sag Wash, or Fa...

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