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Origin of "Damper" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

Origin of 'Dam^er'^ The origin of the 'damper,' the bread that is mostly used in camps and on the roads, has been argued all over the coun try, it is generally supposed to have originated In the bush, among the early settlers and shepherds, while some have credited it to William Dampier, the ad venturous navigator. But. according to Bonwick, the histor ian, the Inventor was a First Fleeter nam ed William Bond. He was the first Aus tralian baker, and bad his place of busi ness In Pitt-street, Sydney. Much of the bread he made at the start was damper, probably through lack of conveniences for making the common loaf. The name of the bread seems to have been derived from tbe custom of damping the flre, covering It with ashes so as to preserve red coals to start a blaze in tbe momUu;. The damper is baked by covering it with ashes in the same way. William Bond died in 1838 at the aUeged age of 110 years, since then damper has been con stantly associated with bush life all over Australia.—...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boy Scouts Social Presentation to Troop [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

Boy Scouts' Social Presentation to Troop The Ladles' Auxiliary of 1st GuUdford Group of Scouts held their usual monthly I social on Saturday evening, 9th lnst., In the Scouts' Hall. The evening was a great success, both socially and finan cially. Mr. w. Hunt, senior, made a cap. able -M.C.. and the music was supplied by Mrs. Lowe, Mre. W. Hunt and Mr. E. Palmer. Dancing and competitions were enjoyed by everyone. During the evening a beautifully carv ed staff was presented to Assistant Scout master Jack Robertson, for 1st GuUdford ttoop, by the late Scoutmaster, Mr. R. S. Stoddart. The A.S.M. then called Scout W. Boole, Patrol-leader of Coach whips, who won the recent quarterly com petition, and presented the staff to him for his patrol. The staff is to be competed for quart erly .Both the A.S.M. and Patrol-leader Boule responded, and thanked the donor of the trophy. There were about 60 friends and mem bers of the group committee present. The ladies, as usual, provided an excellent c...

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

Care of Hands and Arms Although cf a much stronger texture than the face, the .skin or the hands usually sheas signs of age before the face. This Is hardly to be wondered at. since they are often quite neglected. Care and attention are given to the face, the hair, and the teeth, but the hands, except for a manicure now and again, are forgoUcn. When one considers now much the hands are used in all manner of ways, , sueh as housework, gardening, and wash- I Ing, it Is easily understood how much care 1 they should have. When washing clothes they are In contact with caustic soaps, and are often improperly dried. In coun try districts especially, lime ana nard mater are often encountered: these are very trying for the skin. In fact, we might wonder how the hands stand up to hard usage as they do. Almost in every case some treatment and care are neces sary. Beauly culture specialists now employ massage for promoting Uin circulation I and for stimulating and feeding the tis sues of the han...

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

Full Supply of 'Xmai Hams and Bacon, Order Early. 'Phone UW9473. L. A L CORN / GROCER, POULTERER, . / PRODUCE & FUEL MERCHANT, v 242 Guildford Road ...... Guildford Orders Collected and Delivered Daily E. P. CORK 347 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. We Stock the Best — —— m _~— _ SMAIXGOODS, CAKES. SWEETS, Etc., tie. J PETERS' K3E CREAM. POLAR FRO6T./ SMAK6 and BUCKETS. \J BREAD, BISCUITS, BUTTER, EOGS. CHEESE, Etc.

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

Ippy e^p^OT DO BETTOR THAN SHOP -- I I E'ilf '-'''« iflLTTil* —.— . J f*^ GUILOFORD/S PROGRESSIVE DRAPERS AND - ? *i^ ' jL#jfcfH-JB# flUCi VyO« MERCERS ? QUALITY GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS. ? ;j LADIES', OVERALLS from ? .... ,?- ., ... ..... ., ... .. i/UJ -«ch WINNER CAMBRIC WRAP-ONS slid 'FROCKS, from .. ? 3/« each CHILDREN'S FROCKS .and BLOOMERS or Fadeless Baircords and Cambrics ' ' . ? . a/u. LATEST DESIGNS Colored Bordered CURTAIN NETS, 1/6 value for 1/ yard SHADOW TISSUE In Beautiful Designs, ? ]/« yard CORSETS at Half-Marked Prices. Get yours while the supply lasts. 1 KAYSER POLL FASHIONED Hard W«aing HOSE, from ? 4/H pair KAY6ER DULLETTE VES1S and BLOOMERS ? j/n each MILANESE BLOOMERS ? 1/105 pair MAIDS' MILANESE BLOOMERS .. ? 1/6 pair CHILDREN'S MILANESE BLOOMERS, from ? 1/45 pair STRIPED PERLE SILK and STRIPED BEMBERG SILK V Our Superiot Quality, in Latest Designs, is only 1/44 yard. VmeN'S GOLF and COAT SHIRTS, Latest Stripes and Checks .... 3/11 each - .|9j /^EXTRA S...

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

PARK HILL REQUESTS The overseer of works reported to GranvUle Council on the request by the ParkhiU Progress Association for the re pair of tbe fences around Colquhoun Park, and for street lamps 111 Meadow-st. Tbe repairs to tbe fences-would cost ap proximately £30 and repairs to dressing sheds will cost 212. Two SO c.p. lamps were recommended to oe installed in Meedow-st., between . Bxcelsiorrst.. and ^ Wa-dvUle*i;— The, report .was adopted. It stated that wuhil;4ao'«e &ad *«n : caused to the dressing sheds oy vandals.

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

GUILDFORD YOUTH'S FALL Thomas Fraser, 19, of Salisbury-road, Guildford, was painting a roof at tbe Rapid Forge Company's premises to Sys trum-sUeet, Ultimo, on Wednesday, when be lost his footing and feU about 30 feet. One of his legs (was broken, bis skull was probably fractured, and be suffered other injuries. The Central District Ambulance . took him to Sydney Hospital.

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

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mrs. Murphy, of Gulldford-road, hM recenUy sod- to live at Como. day. Mr. J. L. McMahon spent a portion of his annual leave with relatives out of Coonw, and visited Mr. Jack McDonald iwho was a block porter at GuUdford recently) at Weelhalle. He resumed duty on November 7. Mr. Pierson. returned soldier of Baw Bon-road, Guildford. is --t jjraent an in mate of Prince of Wales Hospital, Rand wiclc. Mr. McNaught, secretary of GuUdford sub-branch of R.S.S.I.L.A. has again been ordered into the Prince of Wales Hospital. Randwiek. Mrs. Mealla. of Marion-street, recently left on a Irto to Melbourne. Mrs. W. P. Shephard, of MouriUord Avenue, and friends, went as a party, with three car-loads to Victoria, to see the Melbourne Cup run. GUILDPORD RUGBY UNION We learn that efforts are being made to form a District Junior Rugby Union football comnetitton (or next season. Strong committee have been formed at Guildford, Merrylands and other centres, and prospect? look rosy. Now, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
2GB HAPPINESS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

2GB HAPPINESS CLUIt. About 100 persons attended a dance ..?ui— tho ?hHtIc'! of M'Tvlanrts 2OB Haoptness Club. The function was most enjoyabfc'. Un-'-Acs ♦?- *'« -??-?*--«??» — - ini-gemerts. Mr. Llewelyn Thomas cap ably cwrried out the duties of M.C. j

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

P. and C. Association The regular meeting of the GuUdford Parents and Citizens' Association was held In (be school hall, on Thursday, Novem ber 7, ?when there was a good attendance of members and visitors. The sum of £8/10 was voted for prtes, and 10/ for the purchase of material for flags. In connection with the combined schools dis play. Fresh supplies for the first-aid kit are to be purchased. The headmaster re ported that dual desks had been supplied. Picnic Committee A special meeting of the picnic com mittee followed. The St. John Ambulance brigade will arrange for an officer and sister to be on the ground on the day of tbe picnic, and the Boy Scouts will supply a tent for them. Letters, enclosing donations, were as I follows: Summons and Grahams, Ltd. fdrinks), Wm. Arnott Ltd. (biseulHS), Inglls Lid. (iprlzes), E. Britten and Son I (SO galls, milk), and cosh donations Dr. A. R. Hunt £11. Holoyd Council 10/6, Mr. G. Bell 10,'. P.A.F.S.of Aust. 5/. The, president (Aid. Wamock) ...

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

i GUILDFORP RADIO SINGER her pomuart^inordases with each per formara^SaVti also much sought for ' ae e»--arttstf a* district entertaiiaBeal5.. 'f. ..

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

M. J. LAMBERT, Mt WOODVILy^ ROAD. MERMAID SOAP /' ...... 8id Bar INSBODIE ..... JT 1/3 and 10!d D t. ' FLY BOM / ? Id Each LA VEX . . . '. ? 6d Packet DAZZLE FLOOR POLISH .... «d Tin H ADDON S The Quality Butcher*, / GUILDFORD. Thane ITW95M. / ORDHRS DELIVERED.^ '' W. H. NEAL, LICENSED ELECTRICAL / CONTRACTOR, / 56 MOUNTPORD AVENUB, ?' -? ptnLDFORD. Installation* and Repair* Quickly Ezeented. Phone: UW6443. ? USE ? A. & L. JONES' MILK Belns RICH in CREAM. It makes / FIRM JUNKETS -and CDBTABDS / THERE'S SOME' BODY IN IT I / SPECIAL: Bottled Cream-Milk, 4d pin/ For Special Pmpows , f 'Phone UW9384, and at Granvkjaf MURIEL BAXTER/ FLORIST ,/ WEDDING BOUQUETS & WREATHS.. a Work t a^f^^Wfe'ai B W1NGELLO ST. ODTLDFORD. Telephone UW9747. ? : ? ' / PHONE: DW8508. ^ / J. L. GARDEN LICENSED PLUMBER. OASFITTER AND SANITARY ENGINEER. 149 WoodvMle Road MERRYLANDS. Estimates Given Free. AU Classes of Repairs, All Work Guaranteed. H. MACPHERSON,/ QUALITY BUTCHER, \J OOTLDFORD ROAD ...

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

r WARNING! DON'T OFFEND THE LAW FRUIT FLY TRAPS most be used, ai follow*.— _, 1 Fruit Tree. I Trap; M 6 to II Trws, 2 Traps | ? ^_ ? , ? ? COnt MATTING, Latte. Stock to tui 821'. t/- yard; 27', S/3 yarf. HEAVY CHECK Pattens. , S2J' 2/3: - 27' 2/6 yard. Binding, ti yard. STEEL POSTS, 6', Drilled Mr 6 wires, . ihjtT 6'. 1/8 each. ? FAINT frogl 9/6 Gallon. LARGE ENAMEL SPLASH BACKS for the back of Stoves, Sinks, etc.. 1/8 each. TABLE BAIZE. l/» yard. ~ ' ^ 6HELF BAXZE. 7jd yard. /.' lat QUALITY CUPS and SAUCERS, 3Jd each. y ? A ? PROCURABLE- from us at 1/6 each, or 16/6 do*. Fly Bait for same, 1/- Tin. 1st QUALITY PLATES (Embossed) — iota. 6d5 9ln. 5d; gin. 4d; -In. 3d. SOUP. PLATES, Sd Each. ' LARGE OVAL REVERSIBLE HEAVY TWISTED SEAGRASS MATS, 2/3 and 3/6 each. 'DYNAMEL, 6d ~~Tto. SPEED ENAMEL, gd, I/-, 1/9, 3/3 /^ ? BEE Out1 Lxrge Rang* of MEAT SAFES ? from 3/- to 7/11. ? FLY GAUZE, fiym 1/1 yard. BUTTER COOLERS, 2/6 each. L. E. YOUNG & Co., Merrylands ? AND ? Guildford Hardw...

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

COLEMAN'S BREAD/ IT'S ALWAYS FRESH f.\ Das a WONDERFUL KBPfTTAJION— An IDEAL LOAF, made from tl» FINEST FLOUR, la Supplied V Coleman, Baker . ' ROTO UW8586. , CARTS DELIVER pAXLY. ??-, GUILDFORD and Surrounding Districts. Plenty of CHOICE TOMATOES, V CELERY, WHITE ONIONS. FRESH '* GARDEN LETTUCE. CHOICE FRUIT I and VEGETABLES with .. 'I GREEN COUPONS / fj; Hopping)* | Ml GnlUUord Road, GCiUJfoRD. M RELIEF COUPONS^^CEPTED. M Misses D. and E.TIGAr/ | DRESSMAKERS. / 3 BATISFACTION GUARANTEED / 9 S52 MERRYLANDS KOAD, V '. g MERRYLANDS. ' M W. BUSHEL L, 1 BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT M AND FARRIER, / Si Horses Thoroughly shod. Tyring mMj. ai ON WOODVILLE ROAD/ ., |; (near Guildford Road) I \^ Get My Price for all REtAJftB and 'i PAINTING. \T '* Summers and Diprose/ -M FAMILY BUTCHERS, / V -W 169 MERRYLANDS ROAD. V , jM MERRYLANDS. r 1 jM Telephone: 0W9566. 4?m ORDERS CALLED For and Delivered. ^S EN ROUTE TO THE 'REGENT' / ?»» Call at / '^ M. TAYLOR,^ ;; 359 GUILDFORD ROAD f OP-TO-DATE SUNDAE ...

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

CAREYS CITY-PRICE DRAPERS. NOVEMBER BARGAINS UNBLEACHED CALICO, 301a, Pure Quality ? 6d yard. 5/6 dozen WHITE FLANNELETTE, for Naps, 28in. ? 7l-5 yard, 6/11 doz. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, Pure, . . . ? 54 In. Hid: 80in. 1/41 yard MEN'S TOP DOG WORK TROUSERS, SPECIAL ? t/11 _, MEN'S ATHLETIC SINGLETS, all' size .. ? 1/- jT MEN'S BORDERED HANKIES, Past Dyes. SPECIAL ? 6d each . MEN'S WHITE SILK DE CHENE COAT SHIRTS ? hlWjF MEN'S HEAVY SILK CHECK SHIRTS, Short Sleeves ? 5IVt CAREY'S FAMOUS UNNBLEACED SHEETS, 3 Years' GuarfMce: Single Bed 1/U pair; 5 Bed 8/11; Double Bed 9/11. / In Plain or Twill, known all over the Southern DistrlaE. LADIES' HAIRCORD FROCKS, Fast Dye ? \'f ' ' 2/lli LADIES' FAST DYE CAMBRIC FROCKS . . . \r ? 3/6 MAKE YOUR 7CMAS LAY-BY NOW '. ! WE ARE AGENTS for KAYSER, BOND'S and SUTEX FULL FASHION . HOSIERY REMNANTS HALF-PRICE JOIN THE HOSPITAL FUND Full Rate: 6d per week ^ / Concession Rate: 3d per week \y LOCAL AGENT— T. A. PETERSON, M.P.S., Preicription Chemist. Phone :...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL District Clubs to Control Juniors [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL District Clnbs to Control Juniors After further lengthy discussion con ' earning the mahnsr In which junior foot ball ' should be administered in the future, the general committee of the New South Wales Rugby League decided on Monday night, on the motion of Mr. J. Qulnlan (Eastern Suburbs), to hand over control of the Junior leagues to the various district clubs. In Mr. Qulnlan's motion, however, there were Drovislons that all players must 'be residentially qualified, and that the N.S.W. Rugby League should finance the cost of junior football only un to a tn'al of 24 teams in each junior league. The various district dub* will decide the question of whether there should be age . and weight .restricUans to their respective .''junior ..coifcpettttons. , An? amendment, tiS5rwWi*WmiTt:K.:Sma^.£y'!y»'rpgt dent),.that the head Body definitely limit the Bge in A grade to 24 yeare. in B grade to 21 years, and in C grade to 18 years, as in tin? r-oint season, was defeate...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRUIDS' £10,659 REFUND Subvention from Government [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 November 1935

DRUIDS' £10.659 REFUND Subvention from Government Announcement or the settlement or the problem of subvention payments by the refund or £10,659 to the Order by the Government, vas announced at the meet ing oT-the Grand Lodge on Monday or the United Ancient Order of Druids. The Grand President (Bro. W. C. Clegg). when stating the terms of settle ment, which were subject to approval by Grand Lodge, said they were able to establish their claims (without having to resort to the law courts. There was a Drigmer ouuook on tne point or numerical strength, he added. Members had in creased by 606 to 19.346. during the year. The Grand President paid a tribute to the 25 years' work, us grand secretary of Bro. R. A. Barry, who, on account of his advancing yean, had tendered his resig nation. He will receive a retiring allow ance of £3 a week. The Registrar of Friendly Societies (Mr. B. D. MBEvoy). addressed the so ciety on the work of the committee ap pointed by Mr. Soooner to assist the rocietv...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORKING HOURS "Minister for Recreation" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 November 1935

WORKING HOURS 'Minister for Recreation' 'In 10 years' . thne Ihere ^wljl Jje a~ Minister for. Reoreafion in the State Cab inet^ and -it /will he his job to see that ptroper, recreation is provided for the ' people, who will then be working far less frcaffs than' they are apfc.'-isaW AW. Giftord at Huratville 'Council. *1 brieve in aKUler ftioure,' he added. Qxxncil .merely received $ latter . fwjnr the^MunicipfLl and Shire Emi^oyefie' Bb icn sueenrtlhir the introduction of * 40-' hoiv ifw. 2*- 'x -Rochdale- Council descided (to lnfakro ' ihe mnion that ^although it 'was 'of the opinion 'that any reduction wortdng ' hoiffs -ff oltp^op4n^wage6«^^ wtt«r ior the^lndusfa^ 4Ai^tten ^\ras sympathetic to the -prppofiw, frslley lng that a . reduction in houre ^ ^fcera tion of all ^wartte would be w flwtaf of rT*tftrtffti'wg m'* Awto - -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£70 A DAY FROM PYLON POST OFFICE An Australian's Initiative [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 November 1935

£70 A DAY FROM PYLON POST OFFICE As Australian's Initiative How the initiative cf an Australian ln establishing t&a onty pobt oflice in the w^rid fiuuucn in a b/ioge. and n'aUz other adjuncts is taking i!70 a day, is tofcd in an article ttt a ccpy of the Loudon 'Sun- cay f&pwe£s.M - ihe post oJTlce referred to Is in one of tlie great pyioiis ol t hs Sydney Har irour Bncge, aiid Mr. Archer wninord is the pusunaster. He went 'o Ixmcjon in inarch cf the kuest scientiilc wonders, and ifthilst tiiere gave au lut^-vkw to wir k-uuu«^ There are four 387 feet pylons on the Harbour Bridge end Mr. Whitfocd's post oil ice is in one ot them. The three oth ei& are used for storing paint and other maintenance materials, and the other was unused until Mr. Whitford had his brain wave and started the po*t office and side. fchows thai, now turn him in £70 a day throughout the year. Show Place Too. Mr. Whitford explains that he took over the pylon ou a ten years' lease and spent...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Records of the Week [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 November 1935

Records of the Week A number cf records have gone by the board recently. One would imagine that there must be a stoppage sometime, but the flow is never ending. Cliff Laws: rteered his 'Sweet 16' to victory at 40,45 m.p.h. at Rose Bay. This w&s easily a record for a boat of 'Sweet 16's' dimen sions. Over in New Zealand, cyclist Harry Watson — who was to have gone to Eng land with Opperman under the manage ment of Mr. Bruce Small, but could not a rccord lhai should stand for a long time. By. gaining fastest time and course re cord in the Mt. Egmont road race. Wait eon completed a remarkable Quartette in that he. has annexed this season, fastest and record in each of (New Zealand's pro fessional road classics, a Seat hitherto not even remotely approached. George Hawkins tover 60 years), care taker of Lidcombe bc-th«, secured his bronze medal from R.L.&.S., which makes him eligible to hold1 his job, which the latest ordinance has stated shall only . be held by a qualifi...

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