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WEDDING BELLS McKAY—FOSTER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

WEDDING BELLS McKAY— FOSTER A 'pretty u-cddlng was solemnised by . Rev. J. Poolc at st. Maj-y's Church of England, Guildford, on April 20, -when ? Isabella, eldest daughter ot Mr. ana Mri. '? L. Poster, of Station-street, GulWford, was married to Mr. D. McKay, eldest «m of Mr. and Mrs. McKay, of Kemu-Blreet. OranvlUe. The bride looked charming In a goton of parchment satin, until an enbifciaered veil, reaching to the end of the train. Her head-dress was composed of orange blossoms, and she carried a beautiful sheaf of franglpaiml, illy of the valley and goia ? rores, with streamers of gold rlbbohs. The bride was attended by two brides malde, Doris (her sister) and Kathleen Hughes (a friend), both wearing frocks of pale green oigaiidi, toning with silk nets and soshes «f velvet. They wore French model hats of crinoline and or gandl, and carried bouquets of autunui tinted flowciT., with pale green streamers and gold tulle. Their gifts from the bridegroom not crystals and a ring. The b...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL 1 I Mrs. Jack Baxter/ of Hurstville, paid a visit to her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Will Mfison^ of Clcnicnt-street, last week-end. . Mr. Tom Williams and family, of Guild* ford West, have returned from a pleasant ttoll-£ay spent ait Booka Boy. , ffosle u'Nelli, o I Military-road, who suffered in a recent motor accident in Parramattk, is now home and progressing favorably. Her sister Gladys, towever, was not so fortunate, and Is still an In mate of PaiTamaua District Hospital. Been about the town, a new £tord V8 driven iby. a popular Guildford chemist. What .next, 'Oscar'? About 30 Red Cross girls from Guild ford gave' a touch of color to the railway station last Thursday morning, also many of tbie Old Brigade wrth medals — preparing for the 'big puBh.' On Tuesaay, May 7, at 6 pan,, in Guild ford Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts, Brigadier-General Lloyd will address the , electors of Granville electorate in support of Dr. Fleck, M.L~A. See advt. The daughter and son ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

?. TENNIS. ' 'Snow' Wlilttingham is 'polishing*' off his opponents in the novice division lor the'Gambrlll Cup — an expert at his trade. I

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIT-RUN MOTORIST [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

HIT-RUN MOTORIST /The police are looking for tlie owner - of a HM9 supposed to be dark brown and blue Chervolet jsedan, first five num l beijs .bf'numberplate bens 1905(3, or there abouts, wlilcb sevea'cjy hurt a (woman driving ia horse and^ulky on Woodvillc road eti April 22. The car was damaged ? on the offside. The public -arc requested to inforai the police immediately. -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING'S JUBILEE DISTRICT BEACON Public Invited. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

KING'S JUBILEE DISTRICT BEACON Public Invited. Four Trccps of Boy Scouts are to have control of tile district beacon, whicih is one of many making a line of .fire* around the coast of Australia. Guildford Is to take up the. line from Carllnffford. The four troops arc: 1st and 2na Granville, 1st Merrylands and 1st Guildford . The beacon is to -be lit on the highest point between Guildford-road and 'Wood- i viHe-road,: -m WoodvUie-rad. and the public fixe '.invited to tlie cclcbratlon, also to the campfire Dtomf. by the four troops. % The public are also invited to -bring flre TOEfcs, and to refrain from lighting them till the signal . is given . 'Tlhis promises to be a happy evening. . and Guildford folk arc asked to help make U*so;

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

. CAREY'S^9! |t BARGAINS IN WINTER WANTS. ftff-' LACONIA BLANKETS. A NEW smrMENT JUST TO HAND. — YOU MUST HUKBT. ''V These AU Carry a 12 Years' Printed Guarantee. s ( V Single Bed 25/, Thrcequarter 35/, Double Bed 37/6, Large j Double .47 /«. ? ?- .?? ? ' LAY-BYES TAKEN. ? _ AT.T. CASH ORDERS. ? ? ? KNITTING WOOLS. ?-' * '£ ? .7 * :. *? new RANGE op MARLS AND MIXTURES opened up in Golden Wattle ~ J '? 4-Ply Fingerings 6d skein; crepe Wool, 3-Ply Super aud 2-Ply Super, ' 7£d Skein. * .. . — ? ? NOW THE MEN i ' MEN'S FLEECY-LINED SINGLETS and PANTS, all sizes .... 2/11 Each Men's ALL-WOOL FLANNELS, a Super Quality, M.O.S ? 3/11 Each V j? awfl&fc?. -\ {. Men's ALL-WOOL MASCOT CASHMERE SINGLETS, from ? 6/11 ' ? Men's ALL-WOOL MASCOT CASHMERE PANTS, from ? 7/6 . ' J-'V f Men's WOOL AND COTTON SINGLETS, all sizes ? 2/11 ''c-I'.-1- * T BOYS' FLEECY SINGLETS, all sizes .. .'. ? 1/111 f BOYS' WOOL AND COTTON SINGLHXS, all sizes ? 2/6 . V*y.!.'$ LADIES' FLANNELiBTTE NIGHTS, White and ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

BOYS' and Girls' PULLOVERS, all colors, tori-3/e. U2«E* CO. ? ' R E. PETERS M^RYLAJUpS ROAD ..y, (Rrar of Young's), ' '? MEERYLANDB. ' THE' ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER . GAS FITTER and DRAINER SStabllshed ' 20 Years. Estimatt^ 'Steel All Work Guaranteed. ' gijlfj^y' Work a Speciality. ' ? ig^Oli^:' UWB^l.' J. S, SALPWlty ? ? '? ? 7T- T..H ?. ? ' Grof^r ajul Produce Mspiltftnt, 457 - Merryia^ds. Road, Mfa*ry^ai\df:. ??H01IE : OW8377. Orders Called for and Delivered . MfMM rV'. r, ' ~ — ??- ??; --r1* ~ ' ?: '??r ' r — ' ' HKCUECS .. ,..4^#_5W,; ' '^5 ' CffOCOb^te CRflNCH BISCUITS 1/3 lb ' -C|-^Qi boxed fisciprrs .. . . m ib. ' LUX TOILET SQAIS-vi tar f .- .»?» - ? . . ?* r SIRiaf «r ?' ' smart ?-' -500X WUfiBB:.:. ? ? ? ; ? ! ? ? ? .11 ? .???.' [?] [?] [?] [?] La% 1 [?]

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

h Friday and ^ Saturday, - 1 May 3 and 4 [?] ffMnwc* I $ And the sky;wftijthB \ \ | lOTTf RV ' lOVtRv A FOX P«fur«' wiliir / IEWAYRES 'PAT' PAtttSON /PfifepY FEARS Womr/Kii^ JUo'n Dimhort JijUwld Dtnny ' Nick Foran //ytodiieei Vyjfa. ROCKETT y rio^HfatAifybySieilricd M. Hcrtit and Miuricc Hioliw Supported by LEE TRACY in — I 'I LL TELL THE WORLD' j COMEDY, FOUR PARTS. NEWS. | MATINEE: SATURDAY | SATURDAY NIGHT I ONCE AGAIN MORE WONDERFULL PRESENTS j 27 BcamiM Gills j Comprising — j ONE LOUNGE CHAIR | TWO SATIN QUILTS j 24 USEFUL PRESENTS j Patrons are Requested to write their Names and Addresses on a piece of j paper and hand to the usher. j Monday & Tues., May 6 & 7 | S! | Heroic romance j | in the last mad | | days of tbeWest! j ... A desperate J man in a law* ! less land . . . and [ the girl he had | 'to fight for! dieter* Directed by P h ( I -o» e | MONSTER MATINEE MONDAY j — j Richard Dix's Greatest j thriller s ?Supported by j 'THE LOVE | CAPTIVE' J NEWS REEL a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETURNED [?] GUILDFORD SCHOOL OF ARTS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

[?] . (TortftfeBlttOt-) tone of }^e above BubJect^y^MrBOT- . tefiUe . ? Mr. recognise 'TWe buUdiag ws» by pubttt tfabGCrlptteirvr^^Seiipol of Arta and «aihsftrlbefiB- sunSv ' Ewsr ihelr * o^y eon^er flt, vhb likes to do so ^ ion' Uv^ckpol or iArtfi, as WfU thewjieral pub^fc.to'why'^ll the —I to, yours, 'etc., ?'*????' ? ~ ??'- BDBSpWWR Gulldlord, V/y&r. ??_??'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY WORRY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

WHY WORRY Worry is temperamental. Thin men WJiTv mart. There Is no sure cure for ' worry; but here is a suggestion for an anti-worry tonic. Put down 011 a sheet of paper all the thing-; you are worrying about. Tlien, when the wholi dark list of your troubles is on paper, take your pencil and efrikb out tlicse that didn't matter! am thm sne how few there arc left. j Worrying, as a habit, must, be over cnir, If you wish to continue in business ! and make money. It Is destructive to the mind jtnd the n-ill. It lr. not work that breaks men down. Neither is it the problems that they have to solve. It is the wrong attitude of mind. It is fussing and fretting and be coming exasperated over trifles. Tlie cerJous fact about worrying Is that it- disorganises this mind. It puts the brain tnlo a turmoil. A man who is worrying is mentally ill. He is unfit to make wise decisions or to conduct ' business efficiently. 1 It is a good rule never to make a deci sion when you are in a state of Irritati...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH. WIN FOR HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH. I WUI 5PR HABTmos; The chees match between Messrs. Gulldford Cheas4dub. au MOtulajr, 29th. There iwas a good atienflanee, and thp spectatorg weia' U^atW' WBWie -TOy fine pUy.-; Haatw*tqro^,Ti)Ms p 1sui«Mier eit§t iffiyV A toa§ now ; ymn three pgn and drawn one, Vftrne i^-ww ^wo t^ul drawn 'Hi. Anstey, v.p., In nropoelng a vote o t tbaijjffi'to-tte M W¥«tjwrDad was the secretary thSt

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES "SING AS WE GO." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

FILM FLASHES 'SING AS WE GO.' Mcny Entertainment Punctuated Tntn Mcloiics: — E\rery time the popular Lan- - c*3'hire comedienne, Grade Fields; ap pears on the screcn, she brings with her a number of congs that inevitably prove to be really popular hits. A very pretty number is 'Love,' written in waltz time 011 similar lkios lo 'Chcrle,' the entranc ing poiir whicii Grade sung os a duet Willi hcraelT. 'Sing as we go' fairly bubbles with laughter, land It Is coming j to Merrylands Cinema on Saturday only. May 4, both afternoon and evening, to gether viith W. C. FlUcfc} and Baby Le J7ov . I11 their greatest comedy success, 'It's a Gift.' 'CHARLIE CI IAN IN PARES' Halted as ih? most cngroslng and in geninus to date of the famous 'Charlie Chan' films, the later* of the series. 'Charlie Chan in Paris,' once more etarrliig Warner Oland, will be presented at. M-;n ylandr, CLnema next Monday and 7i»csduv cvrrncs. rnd matinee on Mom day. Fox Ulnis lias surrounded Oland will) a caM cf unufrtjc...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS BROMLEY—ROSE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

WEDDING BELLS BBO^fLEY—RpSE A pretty wedding took place on Gatur ttftCTiioon April 27. lii ? hlswrtc'61. John's chutch of England * where hangs the colore 'presented the ffiurtai J»y the rtgimerit whlcS brides totlu&r lo^ght tH^'Boer War, when Elsie, -cider 'tfafrghterof Mr. Mts. E. A. Rose, tf-QWimi-tfaieet, Guildford, was married tb Adam,sseCCOd Km of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Broml^r/'of Bladacwn. ? » \ The.brjde looked very Gweet In a shntb ' gown of Ivory ring vehfet, very shnpty made, and un!^^i2hmfid, ^6t tot 'abFvfr standing collar of lvofy g^ccrBnd having a very graceful train cut into^ the She wore a beautifully arranged 'jcttt fllllfe * veU, with orange blossom' 'Spt&fs*- tei1 ? , bouquet was a sheaf of 'white 'catftOs-.dftli^ - ? lias, tuberoses and frangipannf, and tulle streamers. , \ r'rvf. Her sister, Miss Erna Rose, was sole , i bridesmaid, and toos atUred In B^gdwrt « of ice blue ring velvet, made with ft cowl ^ n©:fcline and -long sleeves; wiUiTJblnted ™ ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

[?] [?] ? tm 'April 28: B -Grade-i®v^ltwk5fen 5/45 d. «t. Ektei 4/40; x-elw0DdH fl/« d Sunbestw 3/31;'AKnvt«le^/45^-|Aure]s3ia/40. ' Div, H: tAuifls 1 *3/60 n Merryvlll6 XI - 1/18; Cheeilo '4/40 C;Glahsmaot; &/39. O Grade— IMvrl: i 7/50 Claremcnt 2/32; Y9^ia*i^un. 'I fl/50 -L Eoronla H 3/34; Bodeftn I V48 d. Laurels 4 '33; The Corals 8/63 -L Gheierto 1/19. . Div. n: Ocolah 1 6/30 d. Boronla I 3/38; Delmcntc 7/50 d. Baltmore 2/31; Rain bow n v Halcyon, no result. Dlv, ttt Loftus €/4S d, Bddfean H 3/38: Beknont 9 A4 d, Yithan Jun. tl 0/20; Merryville 5 38 dnw Coolah H 4/38. ?Novhi-— L.nftos -3/4^ d. Laurels 3/37; The Nevln 7/50 d. Harcourt 2/32; The Corals 8/50 d. Ettenlea 1/30; Belmtfit 7 4'J d. Dchnonte 2/29, Sunday Morning Gent^s., April 28 B Gradr — Delwood 5/38 d. Laurels 'I 3 35; Lnurcls II 5/44 d. Halcyon 3/41; Mrrn'vlllc v dareonont, no result. C Grade — Dlv. I: Edehlea 6/43 -L Devil's Own 2 33; Merryville 6/39 d. Bodean n 3 3n. Dlv. 11 : Rainbow 4/34 d. Coolah II 4/31...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIMBLE—MscGREGOR [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

TKDfBLE-MMGRCGOB ' . 'j The chapel at Loftua I^rk Church -of; Christ W&3 prettily decorated pl^k ? and auuu&n shaded dahlias on night for the- manlage Off an MacGregqr, of Oulkttord. to Mr. Trimble, of 6(. Jq frits ^prk, C»nley We: The' ceremony was geffemned py. fMtflr J. Clydesdale, aasuted tpy-'9stac,'D. WaJcetey (mvde kH tbek bride). ' ' Thie bride's frock ly^y e&tln y*£- cut on dmple .line? witti a ne-±» aik) a sllfflat iraln. & Her iuli» velL whlch was cantwoidered In fHver' true Ipms'.^np^A, was held In place by/a twin cotttoft ol orange blosMeai*. T))e t-ddal. bouquet wu of white 4g|^^ch^|tnth^rwBS ^ pnd The twuWtomfclds, Missfs N, Torode and. J^€^idd^rilli^tiuLi)LU~eJt-ale ^regf wind@f7epft -treebai]^. cut on- siniple J»ut pret4y. lipies, with hals to tone. T1)ej car ried1 boiiqtiets of ^^iagos liawthorn ber rli's and chrysanithesnuros.' ' The'uny flowft-fefrl 'TOss J. Cmfi. wps frocked In paJe feiwen -n«pe' de chiene and trimmed MnOlilny V-l...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

Chas, Klrklan# I TAILOR 285 Road, §WP?QR9; Suit# to ON EASY TIRMS, from . 7 - Deposit, 3/6 W^p |'i' Other Pliers : £5/5/-, £6/$A., ' ;; t 'THE E|EE GIFT SUIF- ' l:\ to be Giv^n Away at 'THE Rp Q E NT THEATRE.! ; on Monday, May 20, will be -one of My ' : Regular £5/5, ? Suits. ' \ ;:4: «'? ?' LEATHER TWil® PVERCQ4^|1 1 I To Measure, 05 i^eady xna-le. Jf] | Pay A§ You | j ? ? .. ^ ? ? ? T ., . — 1 il! -r-^- m&VXE 1 PRIVATE CAg HiBE SERVICE | LUXCRIO^JS fxnpspl( AVAILABLE. f WEDDINQS, PjARTI^g and. tours, AND ALL OjS F^XVATE HIRE. I Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HPPP. ' 1 ' J. MEALLA, Proprlrtor. : . s WYNVARD STREET ? ? ? GUILDFORD ; - ' ? . , . | MERRYLAN&S GARAGE opp. Mcaaft'iB^i|,- iflnmruMDs. greasmo. ALL MOTO]t §E£AIgjS «TO.; ,5||yigIIj.G EXECUTED PROMP3CJT. : . WE GVABATflSB 9X0% WPj|^ B^INO BW980L \ r ? ? BY SERtoC| WR GROW, l . - V ' ' $SpW. MERRYLA^||^^^^VL^i|| ; OIL 6/- PER GAU£N. ~ ' . . .. AliL ACCESS9gBBjS. ' WE SPD0IALI8E IN'laibH-t^^BaK. ^SEAJBlifa. BATTEBY CHiaQ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

^AYAL JUBJLFE NUMBER SYDNEY M^A-, May 8—A rapOED IN PICTURES. Usual Price, Bfi. ? Order early1 to malke sukv FIREWORKS — A ^PIX RANGE FOR JUBILEE tlfGH^V MAY 6. Ba ^ I' P%~ % long Unit till tile next oue . „ ANZAP D^Y PJ^CafURIJS In. this peek's 'MAIL.' ' Usual ' price. Special twenty years' rwapd. ' ' '' MOTHERS' DAX, MAY 12, mil soon be hep.. Be prepared to take fart in this wonderful iastltiiUon . GUILDFORD NEWS AGENCY. FOR S&iy.ED WORKMANSHIP (/.uildlord (Sar^fle f 274-3 C^yiLDFOF^D ROAD. SWEETHAM, Propriety (tote Cogjer) : i : * ewuce work j ex echoed promptly. ALL ACCESSORIES SfOCKEp AX Cl|Y fElC^S. HIGH PRESSUR^ GI^EAS^Np. - WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SP4S£ CfctipS TESTED FJJfE PHpNE: UW9112 *' ' 1 LAD^S'HAIRDRES^NG SALON j ? 3 Cross Street, Guildford. s ; WET SEX ? 1/- ? ? 1/- i ? DRY SET ? ? 2J- qgJL£W#S TRIM .. .. M j j Permanent Oil Wave : | 1 o/ft EUOENE METHOD GUARANTEED 6 TO ? MONTHS. : ? i«/P ?- \^ebavV Initialled ItJie ' chlhe possible to buy.' S S CASH ORDERS. ACCE...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
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