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OUR GARDENS COMPETITION CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
OUR GARDENS COMPETITION CONDITIONS ' » At the ln.st 0f tlie Guildford and DLstvict Horlicrull.ur.tl Society it was decided to -'.uvy out a garden competi tion under the following conditions! — O) The compeiiUun bs limited to the area bounded by Mtuiylnnds-road, Sher wood and Fairfield reads, piospect Creek'*1, to railway Jin?, ih-nr .? to Yennora sfaV-' tion, thence al^ng Hi.-* street to and*' along Wooc'tville-roaii, alenjj WoodvUle^. ' I road to Merrylands-vcud, except that uny | active tneiriber cf Uio r.c?iety outbid: this j area be allowed to compel*?. -2* Tlie eJiirance fee b? sixpence, i hp garden hi thai aiea bounded by tl» front nligiuncnt, t-'de a)j?nrn-?ni-, io aline acr&js the allot ment at ilii? ii-ar wall of tho residence. 14) Tlie gajden.s be divided into twj cli*- *C5: rai Ku. 1 Hn-:-, 10 b* all gardens with an 'nrca oi ?..f-uo r^uar.? twx or less; and (bi No. U cla: % ti? ull with an area over 2.500 rquaiv fcc-t. (5- Tlie priz? j Lo h.*:-- Cla-s 1, 1st 10', ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
i CAREY'S WINTER GOODS at SYDNEY PRICES. Ladei* Flannelette Nights, Co*y Finish, White and Colors, 2/3 i Ladies Flannelette Pyjamas, well made and roomy . . 3/11 Ladies' Silk Stripe Fleecy Bloomers, gussets — W. 1/1 H, . .. o.s;, 2/3 Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests (Bond's) 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/1 1 . Gent.'s Wool and Cotton Vests and Pants, a job purchase, all sizes ? . . ? 2/11 each Gent.'s Fleecy Vests and Pants, all sizes ? 2/11 each Boys' Wool and Cotton Vests, a soft fine quality, all sizes, 2/6. Boys* Soft Fleecy Vests, all sizes ? 1/1 U Men's All-Wool Flannels, Grey and Natural, soft finish .. 3/11 4-Ply Golden Wattle Wool, all the New Shades ? 6d skein j . LACONIA BLANKETS. These are GUARANTEED for 12 YEARS. Buy Now at City Prices: Single Bed 25/-, Threequarter Bed 35/ - Double Bed 37/6 pair. WHY NOT A LAY-BY, OR CASH ORDER ? We Specialise in Lay-Byes. Red Spot Coupons Given MERRX.LAND S, also FAIRFIELD 0* ; ? Guildford Chamber of Commerce MEMBERS' COMBINED WEEK-END SPECIALS RADIO ...
Juvenile Dance. CHILDREN IN FANCY DRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
Juvenile Dance. i CHILDREN IN FANCV DRESS j South Granville Parents and Citizens' Afsociation h?Jd a juvenile fancy , dress dance and euchre parly on Saturday last* with a very large attendance and a good display of pretty dresses. The Mayoress of Granville (Mrs. Fieldlugi, assisted by tlie Mayor, acted as judges, and carried out tliat most difficult task in a satis factory manner. Mr. Grimes acted as M.C. and kept the function going in flue style. Mrs. Anderson presided at the piano, Mr. B. BunsUm played the drums, and Mr. Hfllsall controlled tlie euchre. The following girls and boys carried off the prizes in their respective classes: — Best-dressed girl, Shirley Cook; boy, Billie Cloke. Poster, girls, Patricia Dimbnd 1 j, and Florence King: boy. Clifford Clarke;, f J: - Mfl&kpriginal, girl, Dulcie WaKeha«^ f-i-sr» ? \ i -y' |iqlA9^-»y.%Dpfclai$ Ada«s,!; 'Two tiny , j MvjJ. ttfta; B^l^^hji&lde^and^ntoh OM)t' ' ' ? On behalf of tlie association the M.C. - thanked 'th...
PENSIONER FOUND DEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
PENSIONER FOUND DPAD I Charles Walter Jamieson, 60, pensioner, , eimzle, was found. -ie£uJ ,ln his bed, «-t 20 . Robertson-street, Guildford -at 8.30 am. on -Wednesday He had been residing at GulMford tor the, ;last- 18. months, and 'was''previously lj}Jthe Steteiff pines, ]L,iver- , pool: iAil fa.r _a§ .caiij^ SBM&WLtt JMk&k , ? juo relatives,
Two Popular C ENTERTAINED AT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
Two Popular G ENTERTAINED AT ?The first social evening k tile Hotaroyd' Methodist- School Hclroyd-road, took place on night, March 19, when be&weci. 70 people met to do honor to their gills friends. Mis. Olive Rae. da. er- of Mr. Turner, of Jersey-road; Miss Hilda Wetoto, daughter of Mr. of lirrlgoitloii-road, who was marric. i Mr. Harry Atkinson, at Holrcyd Meth 1st Church ch MSTch 30 . , Games were entered into, and : wrate rfendertd. hy Mr. R. Dixon, M C/oS and Mr.. R.. Bicker, while M Taylor ebly presided- at the piano; ; ell 'dW juitiie to a supper provide, the ladies. Mi'.'^MiontEomery, cn behalf of confutation, ©resented each guest w ) a beoAitlful outclass vases. Mr. ilae for Mrs. Kae, and Mr. Atkit for Miss Wttob, thanked' all present the kind thought and appreciation of th gifts. Mr. R. Di^op. proposed a vote of thanks to the ladles, for tiie supper. More games, community singing, Items on the mouth Argan by Rcblti DlxOn. and Harry Taylor, eongs, the National Autti...
BEAUTY SECRETS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
BEAUTY SECRETS By MADGE EVANS (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Featured Player) There Is so beauty secret In the world that Is more beneficial than the use oi plain, old-fashioned soap and water. In. the care of the skin tlie most important factor is cleanliness, and soap and water is one of the tried and true recipes for this. There are only two other agents in addition to tills that I use. One of them is sweet oil of almonds, the other a good astringent. I clean my skin thoroughly with this oil whlph I apply with a dajjip ened cotton pad. I often go over my skin several times with the oil if my make-up during the day lias been especially heavy. I also apply the oil wherever tnaike-up has been used,. on my face, neck, arms and j sometimes even on my back. My skin responds to this oil more quickly than to any other type of cleanser. Before retiring at night I follow this with a thorough massage-wash of pure soap and warm water. I thoroughly wasn my face In this manner at least once a day. Follo...
WEDDING BELLS McNAUGHT—COLQUHOUN [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
WEDDING BELLS McNAUGHT— COLQUHOUN At the -Uel£h Memorial Church, parra matta, tlie 2tb ult„ ? Rev. Mr. SMraier vllle. offlplrtod at the .wedding of l/Das Nocline CobfL&Gtin, youngest daugiiter cf ' the late Airman and Mrs. Hugh Colqu houA, of Gtood-^reet, GraaviUe, and Mr. Donrad only son. c Mr. and Mrs. M. McNau^it. of Quildforp. The smiling bride was gowned in white hailstone jnatalfsse. wlth- sliver coropet tipped with orange blossom, -/ad veil, and carrying a trail bouquet of Cecil pruner ; roses and franglpannl. She was alterded by Mls^ Jean Mc ' Naught (sister of the bridegroom) as bridesmaid, In eau de nil matlnco ciepe, with hat to tone, and a bouquet of autumn tone rosebuds tclth fern. The best man was Mr. A. E. Matheson, of Wentworthville, and Mr. Albert Colqu houn gave ihls sister away. During the signing of the register Mr. Ray Turner, of Parrannatta, played, a violin solo. A reception (relatives) was afterwards llfid-af^he WarfLWil' '^CaH;; Mnr.-'HUSli Colquliou...
BIRTHS AND DEATHS Operation of New Law [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
BIRTHS AND DEATHS I ? ? Operation of New Law ; The Minister for Justice. (Mr. Martin) . has announced that -the Births, Deaths, and Marriages Act recently passed by Parliament came into operation on April iltt ?J|- Jtiture -m edlcal certificates of death I wffljbe forwarded by. tlie medical practl tlontr.4biect',to the'Qisti^ct Registrar. In =wi ,cr '*bi» a deawilMP 'oMsirred In5 -circumstances of «wspiclon,-hedoctor;isre-iiilredtoreport the jafe' immedlately fo the 'Boroner. Dlkt^' ths 4i»w laiwi the blrth of every ^|fcJ-6m'£hUc» piuit t« reBi£tered within A , ?/ ?.????? f or a seavch
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S [?]QUESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
pfeoGfiJESS1 ASSOCIATION'S | ' racqtmsTs South GrnnvlUe-Loftus Park Progress Assoelatlpn' ynpte to IMroyd Council requesting' the' installation of a light in Maiy-str^et, and one tii Hawksvlew-road, between Ceqll-st. 'and Multary-rd., arid drawing aitteptton to' straying stock nui sance in Xwftus Park area, especially In Mtoiy-st.— Both were referred for Inspec tion. . - ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
GUILDFORD NEWS AGENCY News The Australian Women's Weekly' is still soaring, and it is no wonder, at the marvellous value; and 'The Woman' is increasing steadily. Those who secured 'Railway Wonders of the World' were fortunate, , as the- supply is far below the demand . This week, Children buying 'Comics' receive a FREE one. There is also some Cheap Reading in LIBRARY THROW OUTS at 6d each. These throw-outs are to make room for New Library 'Books. RADIO SETS and CIRCUITS are to hand, and bring Radio I up-to-date. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. — .... - ? ? ? ? ? - FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP ... Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. SWEETNAM, Proprietor (late Cooprr) SERVICE WORK EX ECUTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. L HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WTNA1X CYCLE AGENT. PHONE: UW9112 | LADIES' HAIRDR ESSING SALON \ ? 3 Cross Street, Guildford. : ? WET SET ? 1/- HAIR TRIM ? 1'- I I DRY SET ? : . . . 2/- CHILDREN'S TRIM . . . . 6d j : Permanent Oil Wave j ? 1 0'/fi EUGENE METHOD GU...
"Broadcaster" Policy [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
'Broadcaster' Policy : j pit* policy of the now proprietors o f this paper is to encourage local and j district shopping and trading generally,' I and to encourage and assist all worthy i public institutions and movements. Th co-operation of the business fratenH£H i and all commit! ?es and public wdriceifc; ? is required to achieve this, and if 1w-v is forthcoming a paper will be produced ? of which the district can be proud, and*- ' which will materially assist In the de-' velopmcnt of tlie area euvered in com mercial. social, .sporting and other act ivities,.
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Jacob's B Grade Competition [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Jacob's B Grade Competition P. W. L. I ? Holroyd ? 8 7 1 ? . i WeUIarco ? 9 5 3 A I Werrtaa ? ? ? 8 5 S fw Rabins ? 8 3 6 11 1 Kewpie United .... 5 2 3 — — Silver Star ? 8 0 8 Sam Land's Challenge Compet n P. W. L. U Wallare-o ? 4 3 1 ? Hblroyd ? '..5 3 2 0 12 Werriwa ? 4 2 1 1 12 Rcbins ? 4 2 2 1 12 Silver Star ? 4 1 3 1 8 Kewpie United ? 1 1 0 0 4 iv'v.' ^aturday's Re^lte . s . Holroyd (86 and. 96) . d£featee}^Silver;„ ^ ,-Slar. ($i| and 4SibyiM-lcuM. U 'rAi ' 5 W?rtiwa,fS,4 «hti/53) ;defytefiiWftUaiW,-S The drew atjd lunijfrfes ? feif 'satiirdayi'- ; 6th':— -WerriwaJ v Hd&oyd ''(Gorefon &id ' Hughes), Robins v Silver Star (McCall and Hancock), Wallaroo a forfeit; Winter Competitions _ Applications for the winter competi tion will be received by' the secretary, R. Comer, 106 Pitt-st„ West Granville, up to the closing date, June l, the competition cennmencing 14 days later . Each club affiliated with the association is re...
Royal Traders [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
Royal Traders The ex-Prince and Princess' Yousoupoff, who recently secured a verdict of £25,000 over the Rasputin film, have opened a perfumery store in London, selling a Russian perfume at £6 per bottle at the moment when the 'National Govern ment' makes a fierce drive to reduce the hungry dole of the unemployed workers of Britain. The YousoupoOs and their class were kicked out of Russia and such parasitical extravagance put an end to by the revolutionary workers. , In London also, if the parasitical 'society' woman of the ruling-class wunts to. 'be thoroughly extravagant,' she can .. have -her hair set in a permanent wave -? wlth champagne. A'- dogs' restaurant also exists where the pets Of, the bourgeoisie are fed on . the imost luxurious viands, whilst nearby in the slums, children die of malnutrition. The ruling -=clans of England plainly fail to see the -warning conyeyed by he 1 enforced presence of the YousoupofTs in i their midst ~ Such frightful contrast* ol insane extravag...
GUILDFORD SCOOTS' FATE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
GUILDFORD SCOUTS.' EETC 'Hie Scouts' fete; in the Scouts' Hall (OJd School of 'Arts), ln Tfte E^jlanpde, Guildford, on Saturday -aft£rbo6n ahfl evening, \rtll *e isomeMtajg ujaiqne' witlt ' noyeltl^s and' enteitetrimentis (for' botli ' ? young tand:old; T^ fiteoits.' tme^ the'' euklance of Mr. W. MUltean ar« milrlnr ? a great effort tb seowi tniftati^' hfflnfe oV tjittr own. The coddng-exitnp^tton will be'judged'on Satiir^y afternwn. Donations received up to. date: Pre viously acknowledged £13/11; aits. Mason 10/, ' 'Wetiwlsher'- lb/, ?' Mllfbr^'-^rfennia Oliib la/.plcture sbow fl/6, tAdies' Aux iikry
Stray Dog Nuisance Guilford Chamber of Commerce [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935
Stray Dog. Nuisance Guildford Chamber of Commerce 'Would It be possible to point out' the law and ask for it ' to ?be put Into effect,' OuUdfnS' ^r' noting Of the Guildford Chamber of Commerce last Tuesday. He was referring to stray dogs which the chamber declares 'a and dangerous to traffic.' ' d^jded to study the Dog and aoat Apt, and dra/w up a letter to the de partment reqMDsible. M^S^e5!|preEsed satls,act,on W Salvation Anmy Band's music on Fri day evenings: .(J?'? Mesaflj. una wil-t ^ to the Associated ?Gnqmbers of Copjmerce. ' ?Pi® MSyjf «r- Granville, Aid. Fielding, win be. invited to -Quiid^d'on Thursday ?April ii, wlipi someorthe membejsTHii drw his attention to nAiessajy work re quired Mr. Ijine said ' t^e- streets were not swept from Friday to Monday tiiorn A prize-giving competition will shortly local press.