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Impounded Stock OWNER WANTS INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

Impounded Stock OWNER WANTS INQUIRY That council Inquire into the Impound ing of 19 head of his catUe from Ken yen's-road, Merrylands, was the request I of J. M. Westaway to Holroyd Council. He alleged that the cattle were stolen from a paddock In Stiu't-street. The inspector reported as follows: — 'On tlie 12th inst. I received a written complaint from a resident near by, stating Mint Westaway's cattle were I continuously breaking into her place and destroying the garden. I referred the matter at once to the impounding officer. I saw the writer of the letter a few days later in Merrylands. and she supplement ed her previous letter very considerably, stating that rome of Westaway's stock tarere then in her place, and she was sick and tired of putting them out. I assured her the officer would call on her shortly in person, and get definite information to enable him to impound the stock, and that she could rest assured that if any were on the road unattended, they would be impounded. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS. ASHFIELD VISITS MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

! CHESS. ASHF1ELD VISITS MERRYLANDS On Monday, March 25, Ashfield Club sent a strong team over, which infticted a severe defeat on the local club, win ning by 7 games to 2. Messrs. W. Mor ris and J. Pentony were the only play ers to win ' their games against the visitors^ Last Monday was mostly occupied in tournament gajnes, and members were busy getting in some useful practice to meet Mr. Hastings, who will play all comers In a simultaneous exhibition n^jtt Monr'ey. Rth. Pl^v will ri-mrrenrx at 7.30 p.m. sharp, ahd any chess play ers in the district are cordially invited. At a later date, to be announced, Messrs. Purdy (champion of Australia) and Hastings (runner-up for tlie title) will play a match in the club-room at Merrylands School of Arts. This will be a great opportunity for chess players in the locality and sur rounding districts, to see thesttwo fine exponents of the art in action.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Diggers "Smoko" GUILDFORD R.S. & S.I.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

[?] GUILDFORD R^. & S.I.L. On Hureday, Much 24, the Gul» ' ' sub-branch BJS. and S.I.L. of A. . their first ftionttiy 'smoko' in the Regent Ttieatre. There were representatives from Granville, Merrylands, Fairfield and Liv erpool. The president, Mr. O. H. Dumbrlll, presented badges to Messrs. Heath, Mc Ivor and Brent, and welcomed them Into membership. Ten y/cne nominated lor membership. Mr. Dave Clarke was In charge of the social function, and a good programme was presented, during whleh refreshments were served to cvei 50 members and visitors. The night was unanimously voted 'the best ever.' On March 28 the Guildford sub-branch committee met in the Regent Hieaue. Many cases of need (wore investigated, and relief supplied to the needy. Many suggestions for occinl functions were dis cussed, and the Guildford sub-branch Is to be well catered for by their energetic committee . Now on its 52 membership and twelve ~ more nominations, Diggers should join and pull their weight. Sm...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Legion GUILDFORD R.S.S. CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

Australian Legion GUILDFORD R.S.S. CLUB I The club held a very successful dance ait the MeoTorial Hall on March 23. The otte'dan^e was lexcellent, with 114 danc ers. The president of the club (Mr. A. T. Lennard) acted fli M.C., and kept the dancers happy during the evening. The Ladles' Auxiliary, untMT tiheir capable president (Mrs. C. McFarlonel provided an excellent supper, and the functiem was a financial success. The bam dance took pride of place. The ncvelties were won by Miss Milligan and Mr. Donohue, and Mrs. Brogden and Mr: Harcld. A happy evening concluded at midnight to the , strains of 'Auld Jpavin Bbie, a pale azure tone, worn by Klfeabeib Alien, ? of M.G.M. a . , ... ? j ? j. ? : ? ? ? ? Ionic 6yne.' '''?', Ttit)-fftocecde go to help to defray the expenses of the piano the' club has pur chased. The Ladies' Auxlllaiy has' functions in IS*'' 115 £oon 63 the. - dab has finalised ™e-toiwn service tote held1 on Anzac morning. *- . club commenced a. 'series of lec ^J»«s on th...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GRIFFIN CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

THE GRIFFIN CASE r ifctwttpwii !Coi(mJll; ji* (bqUestiri^ other .infoincik to co -operate in a 'request that ' perald Griffin' (who is- under a six itfortths' sentence as a 'prohibited immi grant) be allowed to leave Australia a free British subject. Holroyd Council refused co-operation.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

REGENT NEWS This week-end we present the Metro, premiere, 'Treasure Island,' featuring tliree of the greatest actors of all time — Wallace Beery (as Long John, Silver), Jackre Cooper (as Jim Hawkins), Lionel Barrymore (as Billy Bones) and a host of other popular stars. This is a pic ture specially suitable for children, and has an intriguing story always fresh for the adults. Also to be shown is 'Bachelor of Arts,' with an r.ll-star cast headed by Tom Brown, Anita Louise and Henry B. wqjtlmii. honpst story of college life, told with a sense of humor. Monday and Tuesday, tlie greatest musical feature of 1936, with Fred As tairc and Ginger Rodgers -the 'King' and 'Queen' of Corioca), Edward Ever ett Horton and Alice Brady, la 'The Divorcee.' The most sumptuous, roman tic musical of all. Wednesday, we again present Syd. Haynes and Bonnie, and an all-star cast In revue, and a big vaudeville night. Th'« will be a night very suitable for children as well as adults. Come along and have a v...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER—BUT NO LEAK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

WATER—BUT NO LEAK In reply to a complaint by Holroyd Council of a persistent leak from the wates main at corner of Merry lands-road and Arcadia-street, the Water Board has advised that, after thbrough investiga tion, it can be stated definitely that there is no leakage from the pipes bt that Ipoint. Aid. Maunder got into touch by phone with the Board, and the Board's report was accepted.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

-? — ? ? rrr ? ? — — . „? I ? ; TENNIS PLAYERS ; * Bentley's Special 1 5/- Reduced' to 1 0/6$ RACKETS ON EAST TERMS MERRYLANDS SPORTS STOfcfc M\ I 132 MERRYLANDS ROAD, (near Station), MERRYLANDS / ' W. A, FAWBERT, Proprietor (late of Alan IJIlppax) ' '?-! 3 1 ? ? ? ' ' ' McEWAN'S LIMITED MERRYLANDS AND GUILDFORD'S CHEAPEST GROCERS ' I BRONTE. 'COOKED MEAT . . 6d Tin TYNE BRAND HERRINGS in Sauce, Large Tins, lid. WASH-WJTTE SOAP POWDERS, 4Jd Dozen. MAJEK FLOOR STAIN 6d Tin, Jib. IT. JELLIES ? 3 for 10 Jd LARGE PEACHES .. .. ,.ff 9d Tin LARGE PINK SALMON 9d Tin LARGE FLY SPRAY . ! iV' 101 Bottle BEST GLOBE BEEF DRIPPING, ' 6d lb. BAKED BEANS ? 3. for fid ? Lge. TOMATO SAUCE .. 10 Jd Bot. THE BEST OF ALL DIS COUNTS — GREEN COUPONS. FOR BET TER RACKETS SEE OUR RANGE of HIGH- CLASS RACKETS at the BEST PRICES. WE HAVE NOW the LATEST SPEEDSTER cpprvrr- urr. da!? s sss-s ™ «SJ3S. TRY our APEX SPECIAL HARDCOURT KESTRINGS at PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TENNIS BALLS, all Leading Brands, 16/- per Dozen...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL BOY MESSING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

SCHOOL BOY HISSING John Eric lewis (13), of- 18 Burc)ll- street, Gulldforf, is missing from home. He wAs'last^ ^SBeaon April 1 In cochpany of a boy named Wilson iwhp. lives in Falrfleld. , He vtBe- then on the train going' to spljfKjl; .. The police are making anxious inquiries.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]FORD [?]NAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

[?] [?] I^^^Kthc ml(rter's wife, is ^^^Koume, combining busi \ ^pk, of GrassmOfee-street, ^^Htent, celebrated h^r, 83rd ^?xch 23 last. ^Mktrar -General, Mr. O'Don Hees-etreet, has recently im {jB-ln health. Jthat Mr. Petersen, of Carring frjiiow regaining better health, ttjpus friends of Mrs. Hairy ^^^^^?^^^^^^^?Knry-street, will be sorry is an Inmate Auburn. Bums, of Miller-road, is ^^^^^^^^^^E^tiollday at Wyee. -wife ct our local doctor Is ^^^^^^^^Httlntonned, and a trrlned nurse of Taylor-street, Guildford, very sick with influenza for the STILL NO LIGHT ^^^^^^^^ker-street Is still without the light asked Holroyd Council for BROKEN ARM ^^^^^^^^Hc&vanagh, of Harris-street, broke with other injuries, chasing buys stealing his fencing last week. ' OUT TO WIN are told there is an application the principal tradespeople ol |^^^^^Hudford, for ten syndicate in tlie ^^^^^^Blden Casket Lottery. . AT LAST .Screenings are Ibelng laid in Hcnry ^^^^rxoad. One resident said it Is 12 yea...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

BAIIWAy OASD8NS . Writing (?ouncU, McCredte #JP* oeaiit?t^Maqngjy^XnMtAry-rbad frontaga' to 'Qui^tesd reijj^y stati(m;be eptmsted to'the ciMniiitttefe, ae 'sll6gistod'by aull-t- ford Prigras' ASSacIatiSii. ' ' Council has applied for permission of t this work,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Goodyear v Annandale-Le[?]hhardt [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

Goodyear v Annandale-Iifirtihartt Goodyear made an auspicious entry into first grade Soccer ? at Ibrox Paric, where they soundly defeated _A»riaadaieIieich hardt by Seven gptUs'to tWo. . Morton, Ke^pand;.Adajjis(^,theOopd OoiTii;, irhp^ed to' the Crowhurst, and raced In' t^VsbS^slljc Donalfi partly stopped the. lxfli^^f/jii'-' lowed it to drop at QuilAs (ootl^Uapiade no 'mistake In the aecond half ; mateh of Ithe.s^ro ^ ttM^etolietStittmibe QmiC

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER S. D. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

SOCCER ?' S. D. ASSOCIATION The fifth annujLl report submitted by the hon. secretary, Mr. G. A. Faw bert, stated: — 'The association cemunenccd the year with a credit balance of 12/10, and starts the new year with £5/7/6 In bond: The income fell short of previous years by a few shillings, but there was consid erably less expenditure. Registrations fees were £9/18/9, compared with £10/ 0/6 for 1933. Fairfield and Smithfield Clubs not functioning meant a loss of five teams, but this was remedied by Auburn, Ken. pies, All Black, Pitt Row, Guildford A.L.P., I.O.O.F., Hill View and two t-ams from Merrylands Joining up. The association did not enter the S.B. C. competition, last y.car in view of the heavy expenditure entailed In traveUlng, | but played ' two games with the South Coast, and the under 19 gave an cochlblt [ ion at Fairfield. Congratulations must be given to Chester Hill, Auburn Kangaroos, and Guildford Wanderes in wining their re spective grades. The support the club members...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

In a an In the he that he at twenty-five ^^^^^^^^^^^HBgtthere were no kilns were ^^^^^^?^Rpf&Gealed- The en occurred, had days. you are aware fire started box? — Yes. I total insur ^^^^^^^BRy^A&rdaxnage caused I ? you think the I ohly thing I can use pieces of ^^^H|S|»!§P^W , .glazed tiles, and ^^^?ISrcJjPrown pieces of tills were smoking, an.i cigarette butt on would sinould lire was due to of somec.n;? - 1 ; the witness said, le^ve aotufd iij sign ^^^^^^^B§7uderivo -d said tl tt : 2%- Thi. on ^^^^^^Hffdfohest, . the wltoirs ctliom tilii tt; ^ B^.^reisinpked- at was from this tKe engine the smaller much the ^^^^^^^^Hjgfnnaan as to the witness fir\ I not inUUier- that which tool chest, down a for' a long trays. We reason that smoking and In turn ^^^^^^^^^^Kgjpgaiette ends ^^^^^^^^HS-Sciude from your ^t* entirely, I can

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS DRAINAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

MERRYLANDS DRAINAGE . I . The inspecting engineer of the trn^* i'-;? s i ployment Relief Council, has repotted that the work .in the preek between JJjif-ffi fji Merrylands stormwater chahiid ' fi A'Beckett's Creek was not an urgent ^ The matter wilt however,' at the request of Holroyd Council, be considered by -the j| UnemploymentOouncil-.., '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLAN[?] PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

in i ii ii 1 1 hi ii iilB PERSONAL ; Mr. Vivian, garage proprietor, fc a holiday to the North Coast; '. ? ' Mrs. W. Campbell has just ' returned. '? - from a holl-iiiy at Katoomba, and a visit to Lithgow, for her parents' golden wed ding. Mrs. Bingley, of 33 MfcArthur-fitreet, has returned from five weeks' holiday with her parents at Canberra. Young Fred Croft, of 60 McArthur strect, who fractured liis thigh, Is an inmate of Parramatta Hospital, and Is now progressing favorably. | Mr. Joe Smith, auctioneer and estate agent, has 'or a fortnight's holiday at Lord Howe Inland, per s.s. Mar in da. The Stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Collcss' home, Chcrtsey-street, last week, and left a chubby son. All men who reported for emergency relief work were put on' last Monday in Holroyd . CYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE An accident occurred on March 21 be tween a motor cycle ridden by Irvine W. Enimerxon, of Mary-r.trcet, Granville, and a car driven by Mrs. Sylvia O'Connor, GrcysLancs. Mr. Emmcrson suffe...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

FOR THE Choicest Quality Fruit IN' SEASON VISIT . i REG. GREENTREE GUILDFORD'S LEADING FRUITERER 331 GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFORD. Children Served with the Utmust Care and Attention. Relief Orders. Taken. S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN 3. S- BALDWIN, Grocer and Produce Merchant, ,457 Merrylands Road, Merrylands! Bread! Bread! Bread! BUT ONLY ONE COLEMAN'S BREAD For QUALITY there Is NO EQUAL RING UW8586. AND OUR CART WILL CALL. WE DELIVER. CARTS DAILY to alt parts of District. MRS. ROBERTS 8. STATION STREET, GUILDFORD while You Walt, HEMSTITCHING BUTTONS COVERED. DRESSMAKING, ALL WORK PROMPTLY DONE H ADDONS The Quality Butcher GUriiDFORD. Jphone UW9S96. ORDERS DELIVERED. 1 SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: , 1 lb. SAUSAGES, 1 lb. DRIPPING ? 9d Cash at Shop McUon-\L,t/ o '''J Next Newsagent, GUILDFORD f Offer a SPECIAL LINE of \ „ GIRLS' FLANNEJ. PJjEATED SKIRTS,. ,T', i . 2/11. 5 £ GIVEN. I jj ? W? f LgT ; ' I ' if facing three streets, 9-roomed- Cottage, four verandahs, gar age, sheds, ell convenience...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

i ' i ! OUR REPRESENTATIVE | 1 Mr. O. H; DombrlH, of 32 Cross- j i street, Guildford, is the represent- | | ative of 'The Broadcaster/' who | | hI.| collect all advertisements and | ! news items' for the paper. We ask | I for co-operation and' consideration- | j in assisting him in 'his duties. J

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