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"L.G. MATTERS ONLY" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
'L.G. MATTERS ONLY' A motion, ''that council deal with Local Government ? matters only at council 8£ei$S''v-?l?f 'moved fryAH R. t. Tamp Un at Hotioyd Council on Tuesday. Md, Jones contended that, whether a matter not, rt should lie dealt' wttli SSToSrti beU thought, the i-esoJuUon too srasttc, and inmanvtlilnKft'v«inrli /uutiH- mmm*. thto from^ioeilresiaent^must .receive attention. ;Bnt to matters (ram. outside the jnuiuclpaUty,-it%««ld operate. What need have we to reply -to anything of a Sfal'wS^S?' i'*J^nr«na»m were -^dfisoussea-vnlcn-'were-txot council affairs' — The motion yasjost^ ri .tought '?? parent ifigtiter here last week;' Dad, told the shop assistant. 'And what can I, .sell you now, sir?' the assistant said smartly.. ?|A box of -matchi io light the thing with,-^0M *epUedJ^- ?- ' ? ,.'? _,'..-. :.':-*--^-:* L'\ * .A badfy neglec&c^amob ttoSJier can be ttstorecVby itoaittw; It. over-night ta clears coU?wT*er; «h^*y ^tttr^-lt-lrtto
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
FOR THE Choicest Quality Fruit II* BEABON vifiir ? . &£& GREENTREE GDltDFOBfrs I«.*t»n*G rtttlTEREft 3S1 QtJILDFORD HD., GUHJOFCffiD. Children Served with the Utmust Cart -ind Attention. Relier Ordtrs. Taken. S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN Bread! Bread! Bread! BUT ONLT ONE COLEMAN'S BREAD ^ For QtlALtTY there is NO EQtJAL ' RIKQ UW8586. AND OUR CA?IT WILL CALIi. WE DELIVER. CARTS DAILY to all parts of District. H ADDONS The Quality Butcher GUILDFOBD. 'Phone UW9596. . ORDERS DELIVERED. PHONE: TTW8509. J. L. GARDEN LICENSED PLUMBER, GASFITTEB AND SANITARY ENGINEER. 149 atM SI WoodrUle Rd.. Gralrtillc ISUmates Given Free. All Classes of Repatfs. All Work Guaranteed. COMING EVENTS . (Two lines, 6d per ^insertion; f our Insertions, l/G. South GranyUIe P. * C. Association. Eochre Party and Mad Hatters' Dance at School on Sat- May 4, S p.m. Good music Admission 6d A. Sage, secretary GDILDFORD: Don't Forget the Scouts Social and Euchre on Saturday. Aprl! 27. Good prizes and novelties....
NEEDLEWORK WON PRIZES FOR [?] YEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
for se rates :???» ?i?sa At a meeflrig of the'cOmmlttee c* th¥ : Tweed RivSr AgHbulturaJ Bdclely,' ;iife ? ? seoretary (Mr. . Banned) eald thatie'ator V derstood that the need|e and H&jf&Mtlfri section tMdly needejt mUiavftgMfitMr.v of vwk ehown « the las* sh-w.iiSj^ey;; winning pttos W so-jresrs;; :ii!S»^as solved todeputerto'revlsiohs -ctf^^^%l tlons to the stewards. ?; ' - ?. , ?.'. :??*lp|fo*
MOTOR SMASH ELEVEN PERSONS INJURED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
MOTOR SMASH ELEVEN' PERSONS INJUBED Eleven people were hurt, some of them seriously, shortly before midnight on cuu urday night, when a motor car and a molor lorry met in collision In Westeta rcad, Wentworthvllle. ' . A scene of indescribable confusion met ambulance men and Constable Slxop when they arrived at the spot. The injured were lying on the roadway, mohninir in nntn Mrhilp imntz-trttb: teprp trying to treat their wounds. The injured were: — Joseph Spltirl, 20. of Creystanes-road, Wehtworthvtlle, driver of lorry, broken leg and internal injuries; condition serious, Oscar James Aller. 'of Flaveile-street, . Concord, injuries to hand and cnln.\ j. '.^ '. ' injuHes' to head'. ' - ? : - Thomas Wylie, 60, of Concordr concus sion . ? . ? ' i Ivy Bourse. 25, of Old ProspecUrood, Pendle Hill, injuries to bead and body; condition serious. ' r ????-?. Joseph Pace, 22, Old ProspectrrbaB. Wentworthville, injuries to1 head ana legs. Charles Sultana, 27, of Ottjratatrea.roM, Wentworthvlll...
BIRTHDAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
BIRTHDAYS , When ..t^eU^.^-j;e»^in^flnt.-on: s- I *'-,'.- -' ? .strange- tracks-1-'. ?'?'??? :V;:~ ?;? ???',?;: .?'? Her*' eagerly every tnileviioab is iipnA ' ft ''Camts then- musings boi^rforwa}^Anj; -si ?: , V ^-JMiaE.-. ,;'-- i * ??'.:i?i.i'^*ICVi'.-»s And measures their progress fo where *'' they are booked for. Such mlte-posls are bhijhdays on the journey of life. By young lolta and old folks so warmly saluted; Their advent with'hope and rejoicing is rife, \ Let not their observance be ever up rooted. How blissful the child as his birthday retuVns, With life's blooming prospects' unfolding befotre him I What wonder his bosom Twith ecataay burns, And beautiful visions prophetic come o'er him. How hopeful the heart, when a youth 'Codies of age,' ' ia his untested sower sincerely be lieving! . He feels like a bird Just &cap*d from B else. And Is xlill of bright dreams which he's bent on achieving. The old man, whose pilgrimage nearly Is o*pr, .-'-?'?'??? Who childhood's f...
THE GARDEN SEASONAL PLANTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
THE GARDEN seasonal planting notes While the ground Is dry is the best time io plant i-£es. You know what you are doing when uhe old roots art being spread and bedded In moist, friable soil, but not even an expert has any ia*a ol what will happen white the plants are placed, as they tomttinies are, in son that is too wet lor rose roots to thrive In, Do not make a trouble of your rose plantings. Do the work sensibly, using iitue or no manure anywheh: near the roots of the: plants. Old utter can be dug into a bed if It is kept eritay from tilt places .where the plants are firmed in. It is always an easy nmtter Co teed rose plants from the surface after the new growths have made a satisfactory showing. In shallow ground the plants should be bedded with the union — ihe .point wiiere the thorny, green stems Join the briai section — about ah inch' or two above the surface. Where the soil Is deep enough to pennit one to place the union below the surface, the deeper planting should be done....
FASHIONS. WORN BY MOVIE STARS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
FASHIONS. WORN Bt MOVIE STARS Betty Furness retoins her reputation for being first -with the latest fashion gadgets. Betty's latest Is a reversible, washable purse. The purse has a cover of unen hat may be woftn with either the white or the blue side out, depenfiing on accompanying accessories. The cover fastens to the purse I* clever cutting and Ingenious' buttons. ? Betty's initials are hand. embroidered 1b the1 cotter of both the blue and the white elde.' The latest thing in mlulnery was dis covered at the Lbs Angelas style show by Mary Carlisle. B was a large picture hat of fine straw Mth a floral trimming of red, yellow and blue ispVlhg flowers. Matching the flowers was an attractive lei to be worn attout the neck, carrying out the floral Idea. Plain blue denim, the Mnd from which overalls are made, promises, to be the last word in feminine sports apparel. Maureen O'Sullivan has a new. suit fashioned from it in dark blue. .Cecffla Parker appeared recently In a denta slack outfi...
Vegetables or Meat BEST DIET FOR ATHLETES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
Vegetables or Meat BEST DIET FOE ATHLETES (By T. A. Langrldge, In 'The Sun') SlKiuld th^ ftthjete hflv? a. vegetarian or a ffesh dtet ? Which Is better for him? tfcte testffl ? « Bubjefct -H a highly ccntroverslal nature. Physiologists nl note jttiefi* tier? -KHBlte pinions for ana a'feilfet a fl«h fliH. It has recently been discovered thnt meat, in- addition to belnt a food witn high protein' content, contains all the structural elafiunK m'tt. nt «t4il/4. h... mogiobta (an essenUal constituent of the red cbrptacles In the blood) is made. It Is also a stimulant to the eeaettiri of Wobfl fornilrig hormones ana of the gasUc juices or the stomach. In. fact, meat, in. the form of liver and tripe,, has formefl a reliable and, at pre sent, the only methoa of combating per nicious ariaeteta,' wifich disease formerly ended In «.' eomnaraUvely. early death. Additional' extractions found In neat sees to mafttelrr tne mu*uW tone of the body. In regard ttr filWetts, tlie Or;i)c ath leter lived ...
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
REGENT NEWS Saturday. 27th — The management of the Regent are having another free gut Jngltt. so be early and bring a slip of paper with your name and address and liand It to (lie usher n-hen entering the theatre. Friday and Salurday nigtite, a treriiendcus programme: 'The White Parade,' with Loretta Young and John Boles, Dorolhy Wilson and Muriel Sti* land. One of the truly great pictultB o* nil times— a storj- of student missis, or soul. JImme Durante, Charles Butter worth. Maxim Doyle and Phil Regan ap pear in 'Student Tour.' EOucatlon a ia I93S. with bevies of beauties and pro fessors. Also, Terrytown cartoon, Dog Show, Pox News Reel. Mnday and Tuesday. 29th and 30tt»— Chester Morris and Mae Clarke In 'Lets Talk it Over.' Whoopee ! Gre?t dobs of Laughter ! Great 6obs of Action £toa De\iltrj' ! By the author of 'Grand Hotel,' Vlcij Baum's 'I Give My Love' creates an other startling attraction for moviegoeis, with Paul Lucas and Wynne atteon. A great drama of glorious love and sac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
^#fcrs^BEsrrvstt^'-.in 'heavy equality ??j^SPil^^Hp^gaf^ ?rJ:irJ™H&''' 3k f?4i ' ' jv - . ..7^fe'ig;;«RSteNs «u-d pullovers, see . mM^00^^^^^^t^ jull^ 1^ Ck ? vUi - . THE -GUILDFOft-fl;'_'p^ ? ' ? ? MS MTARL CARtrfOANS . . .. ...... .. .- .. tt/11. Value— Only 13/11 cr weave cardigans .. ? ,.- ? ? ii/nTi**-ow ib/h fcV P'ELLOVERS, 1*711. Ebewhenc Oor Price .. .. ? I,. IS/n «' PlfLMVEKS, Ifemvj- QPSHt? ? .1 .... .* ? 4/11 PCS DLAZEHS, SlrlpW,. All W*W Gabardine ? Only £1/1 v GLOVES. '??'' : We hnve a Foil Ratige irf tn* Lofett FAfcttIC an*- ALIr WOOL GLOTES by K4YSER ut our Loir Prfre ?f t/U] fttir MEN'S GLOVES -..-.. .. .: .. .. .... ..-.: ? i,. .. 2/6 Pair ! CHILDREN'S WASHING. FAfettiC Gt/OVtS ? 2 0 HOSIERY SPECIALS BOYS' GOLF BOSE, an stas. See- the Bargain Table Specials. MEN'S BLACK HEAVY WORK SOX.. ;. . !; ? ? .. 1/9J Pa* MEN'S WINTERWEAR KNITTE* SO* ..' ? i ? £/« Pafr - MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE S&X ? ? ? 1/0 Pau( GIRLS' RIBBED SILK & USLt or ALA WOOL HOSE, ...
WINTER SCHOOL FOR POULTRY FARMERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935
WINTER SCHOOL FOR POULTRY FARMERS, Etc Arrangements are now .being made for a winter school to be held atHawkesbury . Agricultural CoUegeV *rom';'june. 25 to . July 12, 1935, theduraJUon^fthecoutBes of inslrufcUon and the'/eep^argedieirig .. , as follow:— Poultry fartnlng' (Jiuje 25 to July 12),;£3/10; dairy fartningV^a ttie .and ':? pigs (June 25 to July $feg6?/5.VThe fees; . , charged lor eechcciirselnclaije board iiid ; '. 1 . lrwitfinir J ^Iiitlnn' 'vtlA' .M'LUna)rnHAVltU«'.^' » IWsignedV epeci'ally: to, Jeacli 'Improved'. :: , methods, ^ey discuss, theory only .to ei plain practice,, and. the discussions; are I-'' ? ? ?' made :«s:7shnple nai:ps:tfiejiiaaj^cii-^'i nfcal lanpiage ;aspoasiWe;^;.^el!o«ireMV l ' of instruction mill Sta'openWtSwSHtes ?? ' ?over 16'ypaxs ot age. jlntendihgEludenlB : wiu enter into residence ./pn\-lh*''arat-.'-. '..' namei-jdate in each case.; iNo tyainina^VMi : ' ' ^Tequlne^*wenti^:te-J^^c«iff»i-'; and students of mapire years, jae'TOjl ' ' youngVmen ...