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R.S.S.I.L.A., Guildford [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

R.S.S.I.L.A., Guildford I The league is now an incorporated body, with 24,000 members, ever increasing. By tiie new Act of Parliament preference to returned soldiers t granted. The clause, 'all things being equal/' is 'biotto.' The league, as tlie parent body, now lakes. Its place as. the representatives body Thursday night is.a social night at (he Regent; you are welcome us an ex-service man. The sub-branch will attend the Dawn Sh vIcc with the Granville sub-branch on Anznc morning, at Granville; also the Church, cf England service, with Rpv. W. Prole, at Guiidford, oh Anzac Sunday. In reply to a request, the Dlggrrs are Brkett to nay 7/fl a night for coch meet in? they have at the Guildford Soldiers* Mem orial Sehitolof A«s. Thsy ask the publir of Guildford- whether this was tltcir in tention when they subscribed the money to blind- the edifice?. The ?president, Mr. O. ft. DumbriU, was present at the selection, on the public behalf, at the Regent Theatre allotting of gifts.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROMISES (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

PROMISES 1 (TO THE EDITOR) Sir, — In an issue of your paper there appeared a paragraph stating that the Advance Yennora League had approached tlie Federal Government for a loon o! £150,000 to «rcct workers' homes. Such is not the case. No, sir, the Advance Yennora League is not entering the build Ins trade. As a malteisof fact, his 'con- stitution' would opt permit of such a thing. The lacte in connection with this matter are; — The writer, having heard and read during the rccent Federal election that the U.A.P., if returned to pojver, intended banishing unemployment and the depres sion, made a bone-fide application to the Federal GovcTnarfrent for a building loan of £150,000, sut a reasonable rate of inter est, and for' which ample security would be lodged. Hie loan was required for the purpose of erecting several hundred dwel ling houses which would become the abso lute pnrperty. of the tenants in a very reasonable time. Now, here was the chance for the Go vernment to do something...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD GUILDFORD PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

OLD GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mr. W. Hancock, of Junction-street, has returned from Vorit in the country. OLD GUILDFORD A.L.P. The second of a series of campaign socials was held on Friday, 12th insl, when a large number gathered to grael the candidate, Mr. T. -Ely, With Mr. A; E. Parkinson as M.C., competitions resulted as follows: Lucky - door,' No. 1, Mr. Alchin; Na, 2» Miss Barker. Monte Carlo, Mis& Joyce Teague and partner; mystery bam dance; Mrs. L Quatferpiain and Mrs. Prage$. The tea. set (18-plece, donated by MIse Jean Park inson) was^n by Mr.i Ji l. Qulnh. The branch wishes tb thank Guildford Hardnare Co- and' the- Crescent Theatre for cd^-croefatlon- in- this social; also the ladies of the Labor Women's Club, who helped to make Old Guildfcd dance such a -financial success,- * . ..xbe- candidate joined' in' the dances, '? and followed the example ofr the Leader, Mr. j. T. Lang, in. mixing with the younp ? folk, and'menqb^ lobk.torw'ard.'rwliiicon fidfance to the result of...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

CHESS. Last Monday Messrs. Morris and Ogden. two members of Merrylands-Gulldfoixl , Club, made .their first attempt at simul taneous playing. Each player hod eight, opponents and' the result was sun.?rl«;ing. nfirftmlttfltr In \fr ftoilon'c rtL-!P vhn finished by winning six games and last, two! Mb. Morris won 1 and lost 7, but It mutf'fce Admitted that he hod c very rirong players to contend with. However Mr. Ggdfen'4 display was vwy crcdltabfr and he must be congratulated on his suc cess The inembem are busy just new playing off tournament names and getting in gosd practice in teadtacss -fcr the grade games which commence shortly. Messrs. Purdy (champion) and Hastings (Challenger): wiU- play one of their cham pionship games on. April 20 at 7.15 pan. in the dub room at the Sdicol of Artf. Admission will be 1 / and all chess players are invited. Mr. J. Smith, the president, returned after a. fortnight's Iwli^iy and looked very well and fit enough lo play anyone.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Search Begins FOR NEW RULER OF TIBET [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Search Begins FOR NEW RULER OF TIBET Tibet, land of mystery and romance, ? has begun the search for its baby king, says the Lcndon 'Daily Express.' A year ago the Dalai Lama, supreme ruler of Tibst, died'. Specially chosen 'wIf* men' are {now about to set out on the momentous quest -for his successor. Tho 5.--irit cf the Dalai Lama Is Im mortal, the Tib3tans believe, and when the ruler dies it enters the body of a baby. It is essential that the time cf the Dalai Lama's detUJi and that of the -- chosen baby's birth should synchronise to a second. Before the 'wire men' set out they *411 be taken Into the vaults of the Potala Palace-r-resldencc of Tibetan rulers — and loaded with gold, as an 'insurance against corruption.' They will visit more than 300 homes In which 'claims' have been made. Haif a 'dozen babies will be taken to 4he capital, for the final selection * ^ by the Grand Council of Lamas. In the Potala Palace, giant pcayer whoels .will set in motion, and the Grand ^amas will...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD ST. MARY'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

GUILDFORD ST. MARY'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND His Grace the Archbishop Mowll has offered R°v. J. Poole the parish of Earl wcod, which he has accepted. He will take up duties- on June 1. Mr. Poole has been in Guildford over 11 years. His many friends will regret the depantUrc of both himself and Mrs. Poole. FLYING AT 92, VISITS GUILDFORD Mr. David Reeves, of Kyngan, is 92 years old. and last w'cek travelled 300 miles to Sydney in three hours, by a 'Wasp.' 'Do I think aeroplanes are safe? Of course I- da,' he exclaimed. Mr. Wil.'on (85), of 34 Roseberry-road, Guildford, remembers travelling with turn G2 years ago from Butterbone Station, Macquarie (which belonged to William Charles Wentwcrtli) with 80 head- of fat cattle to Bendigo. * Mr. Reeves is staying at Woollahra wliile in Sydney. He is related to Mrs. Harrison, of 73 Clyde-street, Guildford, and was expected to pay a visit to Guild fcrd last Sunday. Mr. Reeves raid: 'It was a great ride; but was going back f-y train, because it's chea...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

REGENT NEWS Tliis .Saturday the Regent manage ment offers an excellent programme head ed by 'Helldorado.' featuring Ricliard Arlon, Madge Evans. Ralph Bellamy and l*-nry B. Waltrall. — A-. ghost tswn of. tei ior in the angry mountain night, deso late. and deserted, the only refugees an heiress in silks, and a footloose, penniless adventurer who loves and rules her. aiso a different Franc hot Tone, one you have never sftcn before sunuoriod bv a tre mendous cflf-l including May Robson, Karine Morley. Gladys Gvorge and Nat Pendleton in 'Straight is the Way.' Comedy 'Apples to You/' and Fox Movie tone Newsreel. Ea&tcr Monday and Tuesdays. 20.000 rupees ru.vard to anyone who can prove thore is one single studio scene In 'Be- yond Bengal.' Thrill comes fast on thrill as tlie real, mcrcilcss jungle unfolds in the enly authente wild animal epic yet- made. Produced with tlie co-operation of Hi?- Highness the Sultan of Perak. In addition, tlie stor-- of a lnu& tha'j fell with ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Miss Pat Tamplin had her friend. MLcfi Dorothy Edie. of Wentworthvllle. vtsiiinj; her last week-end. Mr. Robert Madden, of Excelsior-strcet, who has bsen sick, had to receive hospital treatment. Miss Wilson, a relative of Mr. and Mrs. Chaddock, of Bolton-street, Is going to Yo^s to be married on April 27. The China Inland Mission held its monthly meeting last Monday at the h6im» of Mr. Robertson. 2 O'Neill-street. Back from a holiday trip at Blayncy. Orange and Bathurst. Mr. BrodJe. of Rawson-rood. commented that the country needed rain, otherwise stock may have to be hand-fed. Mrs. Greener, of Springfield-street, is on holidays at Coonabarabran, after eight een years* absence from her birthplace. Mrs. Slnnett, of Cross-strret, has re turned from a holiday a& Plcton much improved in health. Dorothy Barnes, of 12 Station -strwt. who slipped on the floor of the Assembly Hall, at the catholic Juvenile ball, last w*'»k. had to be X-raytd for a fractured collar...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Guildford news agency News I nil? RO¥AI»- SBOW and, drfhtgs are to be recorded in lhm Special i issues tit th^, MS^NJ& 1M,' frlarting thia w±ek. Those number* . Will he ! fulf of the usuaf pricc. This week and next ihtre . I to be InclmfcA a, ROTOGRAVUKt: PHOTO, of the KING and QUEEN in i i the -WrWEliESS VRBBRXY.*' j Another batch d NEW BOOKS go into the Libp^ty this week. Ihls ] fnsuiss of iii£ Xatftt Book* lor. Easier neadinjf ' One- cf the finest Secret Servk* Stories ^^r^mtlcn is to start next j 5 week in the 'WOBtJVS NEWS/ N'/^ i | G UH.&FOR D- NEWSAGENCY j FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 CU1LDFORD ROAD ' ~ K SWEEWAM, Proprietor flafe fooprr) ' SERVICE ' WORK EX ECU TED PROMPTLY. - ALL ' ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY TRICES, man PRESSURE ? a&EASINa. WVNAIiL Cvam A/gfiNT. SPARK PLUGS TESVEtt fKF.E L/ PHONE: UW9112 «M««»*»MMW^^MIM»ta»l|M-Mllm-(ca(fe(H|v(vk(ta--,t(|Mi(f|(MBMn ? j LADIES' HAIRDR ESSING SALON j : 3 'Cross Street, Guildford, yr ]...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

PUBLie NOTICE . We wish to Notify the Motoring Public THAT WE HAVE TAKEN OVER E D W O R T H Y'S GARAGE, , / 350 Woodville Road, Guildford, ' AMD HAVING An Expert Maebanic in Attendance, ^ \VE AA^ IN A POMJTON TO-. GUARANTEE SERVJ)*.- WE BfiSKKCWtitr SOLICIT A TRIAJsT - ? ME ALIA BROTHERS, Wynyaird Street . . .... . Guildford ? FKONE: UW9SC0. ? ? — 1 ./ Ml — ? DE-LUXE ? !!?' PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE . LOXOKIOOS MXI0SON SEDANS AVAILABLE. yT WEDDINGS, 'hlEAiTRE PARTIES AND TOURS. AND Alilt CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. Phone: UW9260 AT ANT ROUS. J. MEALM, mpMK . WyNTAHO- STREET ? GUILIiFORD ? ? ? ? 'v * ' -1' . MERRYLANDS garaoj? j OPP. PICTURE SHOW, MERRVIAND3. ^ / ; I . -J. WAYMAJf, Proprietor) 'y | ' we SPECIALISE IN HM3H-PRESSl'RE CRlSSING, 1 ALL MOTOR Bra^itOtS. AND. SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPZLV. I ^VE GUARANTEE om. WOHfi. BING \VW 3S0L . 'f ' BY .SERVICE WE GROW, ' ^^jH| *- -ny '??a^pigy ; wjt«kiiow.- ? ^rry^iifiggjlf MMp Merr0sa^k: W ? ViYUK,.fnpifetar) ' ? MERRYLANDS, ROAD, MERRYL^El...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

? ? ? ? ? r-j notice to READERS . 1 . Headers who do not receive Ihnir copies of' 'The Brqadcastrr' repi: larly caeh week, ore requested I01 notify this office or !(-- represent- . ative as early us possible, as we| - iWhh to make certain of a complete ] distiibiftioii, / .THOMPSON'S W t4»«E1Mtol.^SAJAiPN .. .. «d.Tln yJUSkS . Gold JUabfl, 1/45 Tin sM-MON, 1/44 Tfn / . ^ . 1/2! Tin Rjri. Itabnl, 113d Tin label - -. 7i« Tin - BAiUsD &EANS, ? ? -S Tins, I0id| t&ARGE . SllRDtNES . 2 Tilks til , SMAM. ,S AWWJBS, ,6 . XUis ?. . Y llldj^ KIPPER . SNACKS ? .. Sjjd Tin LAI(.GE F^ksn ItERRINGS , . 9)d Tin SMAW, raa?SJTip!8«W0S BIB Til} Foiling ' ' ; BEEF SAUSAiGES . ? ? N- ^ ? I- , 'M& lb, FRESH BRAWN . . . DEVON [?] [?] 2 Tlns: cANAtolAN#iUp»DfES | IiAR-iB:TRliFALGAR - JSAIMON , [?] tbatalgab ?amjlMMgfe [?] [?]

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"ALICE" DEAD HOW THE CHILDREN'S STORY CAME INTO BEING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

'ALICE' DEAD HOW THE OHILDBSN'S STORY CAME INTO BEING Mrs. Reginald Hargreaves, widow of Mr. Reginald Hargreaves. of Lyndhurst, the original Alice of 'Alice of Wonder land,' died In England recently, ai tne age of 82. ? Alice. Pleasarice Liddell was the second ?of. the three daughters of the Very Rev. H. ,G. liddell, Dean of Christ ..church,. pxT$rdt; Jtwas on July 4,^862, ttt^ Alicf Uiai' 111 ; years ' old, , and iier two tisters- ' (llflere t^en.4?n(th^ river by IJjbv. Charles 1 viiiitji'^^e iJpdgsoriO.a^Tnethenlatical ' don^ (Jf. -dlirfcat. Church; '-So hot was It on the rivBr th#b.'day,lhat they had to leave the boat and ^eek the shladow of a new made hayrick. 'Tell us a story,' said the little girls, and Mr. Dodgson began tHfe tale which was to earn him immortal ty under his pen-name of 'Lewis Carroll.' In after years, when she became -Mrs. Hargreaves. Alice herself wrote, an account of what happened on that gorgeous afternoon. ''Sometimes, to tease us,' she said. 'Mr. Dodgson ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Druids' Installation Merrylands Ladies' Lodge [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

' Druids' Installation Merrylands Ladies' Lodge The half-yearly installation of officers of (he Pride of Merrylands Ladies' branch of the Druids was held in the Masonic Hall on Thursday night. P^pr^cntatWes were present from U\e Holly and Native Rose branches (ladies), ai?o Acom (Parramatta), Libarty Plains iAnhiirnl OranvniP M nrrvl^nric rZilllH. ford and Cabra-Vale. The installation ceremony was carried out by R.A.D. Bro. E. Rutledge, assisted by P.A. Bro. R. Munuery and P.A. Sister E. Laihlean, all of No. 10 R.A.C., Gran ville. During the social -vhich followed a present !ion of a P.A. collar and wallrt w?s mad?- to P.A, Sister G. rKelleher as a mark of esteem, and in recognition of her having caused through the chairs of ,iihe lodge. P^A. Sister P. Newbould Intro- ! ? duced the sister, and R.A.D. Bro. Rutledge made tile presentation. The dancing programme was in the Mnds of P.A Bro. Skein, cf Acorn Lodge, and Bros. Johnston and Baker, of Merry Ian^ i-~**je, supplied the music. T...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wentworthville Flowers [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Wentworthville Flowers The 13th auUunn jiiow of Wen'worth vJlle branch of the Agricultural Bureau of New South Wales was held in the School of Arts, Wentwcrthvillc, on Saturday night last. Awards: — Chrysanthemums: — Three ycllca-. n.n.d. A. Lee; one. other than while or yellow. Av Lee; champion blos.ti, A. Lec. Dalilias: — Three decorative. A. Leo 1. Mrs. J: Roblnton 2: one decorativc, S. M. Mills 1. J. Gregory 2; three hybrid cr . , garden cactus, n.n.d.. J. Gregory 1. S. £i.' ' 1 Mills 2; three vases, pompones. dtsjinc'. ' J. Staples 1 and 2: three vasss. cyHaretts. distinct, S. M. Mills 1, L. i.'f'^erris 2; champion decorative, A. pee; champion pompone. J. Staples; chajhplon coilaretie. S. M. Mills. ' ' Rc?es:-jfilx.^lwrtnct, H. Lee son; thnre, di£tinct,/'H. Leeson; Uiree. H. , 'LeesoMf 1, Mrs. M. Dale 2; champion. H. ?' Leeson. Carnations: — Six distinct^ three distinct and vase of jx-t less than nine blocuiis. s. M. Mills; champion, S. M. MilLs. Miscellaneous: — Six vases cut ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO SAM LANDS' CHALLENGE CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

V1GORO SAM LANDS' CHALLENGE CUP P. W. L- F. Pis Wallaroo ? 5 3 2 1 16 Holroyd ? ? 6 4 2 0 10 Werriwa ? 5 3 2 1 16 Robins ? 5 2 3 1 12 Silver Star ? 4 1 3 2 12 Kewpie United .... 1 1 0 0 4 Saturday's Results Holroyd, 1st- innings 324, defeated Wal laroo 56 and 52 (total 104), by an inning!) and 20 runs. Werriwa, 45 r.nd 35 (totflj 80) defeated Robin?, 41 and 23 (total 64), by 1G runs. Silver Star a forfeit. Easter Saturday, April 20 — All gamr.s suspended, and the draw and umpires foi tlie following Saturday, April 27, are as follows: — Wallaroo v Silver Star (Hughes and Handoock); Holroyd v Robins (Mc Call and Rcmj; Werriwa a forfeit. B Grade Competition Ilolroyd won l ho above comi-cUtlon by 8 iK-in(& from Wallaro. Cmmrnte on the Game S. Porter. Holroyd's captain, still main tains the highest batting scorc in onr innings for the season, with 58. and font matchcs to complete, m. Gordon was un fortunate to bs- caught behind the stirk last Saturday, when her rcore was 50, bu h...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

MERRYLANDS PERSONAL Mr, Roy Hogel, of Uic railway staff, has been transferred to the general relief 1 ccctioa . ' ? Mf. Jack Wagner, of Merry lands, re cently had a vocal try out on Station 2BL. Mrs. Dunkcrlcy and Mrs. Rowland, of 1 !iR and 141 Mrrrv lands- road, are exuected back from a cruise to Fiji and' Brisbane, by the Strathnavcr on Thursday, 18th. Mr. and Mrs. E. Townsend and family, of ClaUcciont-street, are away at Cronulla for a week's holiday. The Parents and Citizens' Tennis Club competition, (drake) was *won by Mr. A. Faulkner, Myall-street, Merrylands. The Sitork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Military-road, last week, and left a bouncing son. OBITUARY Mr. &* Rogan Mr. Ralph R. Rogan, of Neil-street, Merrylands, passed away at Parramauut Hospital last Tuesday, and was buried on Wednesday in the Church of England cemetery, Rook wood. Mr. Rogan had suffered indiflftirrnt health for several months. Arthur, Will and Thelma are children of the deceased,...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION B GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

TENNIS gaMbkill cur association. B GRADE Div. 1— Laurels 7/49 d. Halcyon 2/33; Sunbeams 7/49 d. Merryvillc 2/33; St. Elda v Delwood 2, no result. Dlv. 2 — Merryville B/64 d. CUwemont 0/35; Delwood 1, 9/54 d. Cliecalo 0/17. C GRADE Dv. 1 — Rainbow 1, 6/50 d. Boronia 2, 3/31; Bodean 1, 5/40 d. Yithan 4/37; Claremont 4/42 d. Cheerio 5/40; The Corals 7/47 d. Laurels 2/26. Div. 2 — Boronia 1, 7/50 d. Rainbow 2, ' 2/31; Halcyon 6/46 d. Delmonte 3/39; Edcnlea. 5/40 d. Baltimore 4/36. 3 — The Laurels 7/46 d, Bodean 2, 2/32; Belmont 6/47 d. Merryville 3/29; Coolah 2, 7/49 d. Loftus 2/27. NOVICE DIVISION The Nevin 8/53 d. Edenlea 1/24; Laurels 6/50 d. Delmonte 3/38; The Corals 6/46 -L Merr^'ille 3/34-; Belmont 5/45 d. Har court 4/31. SUNDAY MORNING GENTS. ? B Great — Delwood 8/48 d. Claremont 0/19; 4Laurels 2, 5/44 d. Merryville 3/25; Laurels 1, 8/48 d. Halcyon 0/19. C Grade, Div. 1 — Boronia 8/48 d'. Clare mont 0/7; Edenlea 5/41 d. Merryville 3/30. C Grade, Div. 2. — Bodean 1, 4/35 d. Rainbo...

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