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49th ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

40th ANNIVERSARY. The Guildford Methodist Church will celebrate its 4Btb'ttuilvetsary with a. tea meeting and concert toy Concord West Methodist Choir Oh 1* Klfltahl, and Spe cial servcles «n 'folutay, isth. and a grand sacrtd pagei&t.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

?:W;;#yiytl^^iJiiildiikible''w^ 'fer' Baby' llpt and ' jCo. - . ? STRAIGHT, HONEST AND FEARLESS In Fighting for the Right:. . k % The Man who has Battled, and is Still Battling, for the WORKER and his FAMILY, is AM. Jim Brophy, J.P. As he fought in Gallipoli twenty years ago, so he now FIGHTS FOR YOUR RIGHTS. ?v/* Vote 1 Brophy, J. C. On SATURDAY ; and Remember to Vote for three others. .? ? ' t ? A ., ™~ TENNIS PLAYERS Bentley s Special 1 5 /- Reduced to 10/6 / RACKETS ON EASY TERMS / MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE 132 MERRYLANDS ROAD, (near Station), MERRYLANDS W. A. FAWBERT, Proprietor date of Alan Kippax) TENNIS RACQUETS AND RESTRINGS. ^ I BENTLEY'S GUT, advertised clcewhere at 10/6— OUR PRICE is 9/- !!! J? 5LAZENGER RACKETS, usually sold at 65/- OUR PRICE, 55/-* !!! SEE the NEW IMPERIAL RACKET, listed at 70/. Now Reduced to 50/-. . We have the LATEST STRINGING DEVICE, and can String.' Your ? Racket to any tension without distorting or twisting Uie irame. TENNIS BALIS, all makes, arc S...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden Fete [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Garden Fete A garden fete was hfeld at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Jersey-road, Merrylands, on Monday, and despite the uncertainly of the weather, there was about 60 pftseht, young and did. Atjbut 20 participated la & mixed tennU competi tion. Stalls wfere .well patronised — fruit salad, tee itetiim, sweets, hoop-la end i juhible, befli ^oard. «hd there were foot* races and mity other amusements. £V^. The was arranged by : Mutphy, by theihbers of ihe ^ Ladles' Guild, and the success of the function waa due to all who m ably assisted. l*he probeeds were for the Guild funds, and -'it is expected that about £9 Will tfe lfelflfea; The winners were: Bean board competi tion fetffajpa), MT& A. HiUler; three bottle Jorn, Mt. A. Ft^akey; stepping a chain, Miss M&rjorle Davic^oa. ?niahJis Were extended to Mrs. Murphy for the use of her home.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Notice to Advertisers Ttie .aulldfpnl iiptaaitnber of tSommerce ,, is cainjag! .?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

NOTICE The Edlor tfConui attume any respon hibiuty lor nnpublished reports which were recdvd |Mor to April 5, jm 'The Brnadcaster' was then published by the previous owners,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

MOTHER'S DAY, MA^ 12. JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT — We are featuring tjrts year quite a Nice Range of PLAQUES and MOTTOES from fid each. OU IDS from 3d, BOOKMARKS fit*n 3d, BROOCHES Jrom Id. .Also, a SP HzfAL PLAQUE with a Looking-glass back, veil framed in Mas. Thete is iWi nice range of PRESENTS to suit purses. See Special Display in wiAjow^and inside. Mother's Day goods are moving freely, and there IS every InBlfcaUon of last year's record being eclipsed. MAKE MAY 12 A HAPPY DAY FOR MOTHER I GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD B. SWEETNAM, Proprietor (Ute Cooper) / ' SERVICE WORK EX ECUTED PROMPTLY. ^ ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNAIX CYCLE AOENT. SPARk PLtrOS^ TESTED FREE PHONE: UW9112 | LADIES' H AIRDR ESSING SALON J ? 3 Cross Street, ^Guildford. /: : WET SET ? 1/. hair TRIM ? .//- £ ? DRY SET ? 2/- CHILDREN'S TRIM .1 / fid ! ? Permanent Oil Wave j ? 12/6 EUGBNB METHOD OtTARAltTKED 6 TO 9 MONTHS. : . ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

TelepHofteNumbfeir LIVERPOOL' j 2 6 2 TAXIS ' I ? -- * ' AHD' ? — T' ? 1 Private Hire Cart S. DCTESON, Menylands ? Phone: UW9&3

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

McEwan's, Ltd. GUILDFORD AND MERRYLANDS. TINS CORNED MEAT. 12 oa. . . Gd KREAM CORNFLOUR ? 6*d FLAKED OATS, pkt ? 4 Id b Pts. Tills FLOOR STAIN ? Od CANNY CARRlfe CLEANER, 3kl Tin (Guildford bnly) 20 oz. Bote. TOMATO SAUCE . . 10Sd HAHDMAN'S MIXED BISCUITS, 6 Id PL. JELLIES ? 3 tot 10d 4 oz. CUSTARD POWDER . . . . 4id (Pkt. Free— Guildford only) Pt. Tins TOMATO SOUP ? 6Jd - ^ (Guildford only) Large Tins Rex TOM. SOUP .... 51d | REMEMBER, GREEN COUPONS are Ihe McDONALD'S, . Guildford's City-Price Mercers and Drapers' MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS. SEE OUR RANGE of LINEN SANDWICH D'OYLEYS. Hand jCrocheted Edges and Corners, from ? _ I1 /ll FANCY SILK SCARVES, from ? ? l/f' i/U HAND-WORKED CENTRES, from ? -2/8 TABLE CWTHS, Hemstitched and Traced, 50 x 50 ? 2/11 S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN. LAY-BY ES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED, ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CA*R HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. / WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, / ' AND ALL CLASSES OP PRIVATE HIRE. / / Phone: UW9260...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

~ ' TH0l§l|M)N'S '*3t' . ? n-Hm . rHUBK'K SOUPS 2d Plrt. , UtidEAIiYe^LMON .... 1114 Tin «faUB»f«ATS » ? 2 lbs 4W M ? ? «? «? ? 6laie|BqUtipOHBER ? «Sd lb KK|T STdNJED DAtKS ? 71dlb - ? t-ApiGE^iASPBEREY JAM .. «id Tin . S^Bto^NA MEAL .. .. 2 lbs. S!d ' TOMATO SAUCk .. .. «» Bottle . - fsajEti toR SUNLIGHT . .. MJd v/ white wings flour ad a 111a COBNWSU/S HALT .. Hid '& 1/1#1 PROVISIONS. LEAN BAC6n RASHERS ... .i Jll lb ^ bwwwb'. .. J ib. i/ DEVOV. SAUSAGE ... .. .fild lb. CHttiusb HEN -ZOOS .. .. 1/31 in. UUNCnKON. S ASlatNES . . t Tins ill# . . SHfe^TOltGIJEiS- . .. .. 1/- Tlh [?] I ^We^kili'Siscuits, Large Toilfet ;? Soap, , . 3 Cfldces for fid. . Meat Pasties, 3 Tin» for €d. N^||b^ iGjream, -22 tod 174 MEBRVj-ANttS ' ftOAD . . [?]

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD SOLDIERS SCHOOL OF ARTS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

GUILDFORD SOLDIERS SCHOOL pF j ARTS. I ttfc tofe. Editor) ' } Sir, — Unlike 'Subscriber,' who ' shel ters under a nom-de-plume, X axri hot at aU surprised at the tone oi 'hJa ^^tear- His assertions are typical of libe^Schob) of Arts attitude; but he let of the bbg. Perhaps he is ^e; ^dihioM : who ^jeitered b^iind the ntunied »u v»w» im wwmu,« limattftnimwH . toS «he*p MlliaMs :.CTd lwrafe-l|-^,r. iU I would polnt out itojaje^sattu^TOe ttat preterern^ fo'TBtuigSiT%fl®^^6p:' ; now en|?rceabii! ,by;l,aw;;|rat^|iH^fr6hi ; ?itolsj^elr 'fiction i weleht of pubhc .*-nlitfo^ :.^i^^?i^ili^T ! i Unctly ~ ' '1

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

ffi M''i®6-N1GHT (THURSDAY) and TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) Vt 8 pjll.— I.i JUST NIGHTS of FDANKIE THOMAS in ffl Iv'/VW EpN'ES DAY'S CHILD' |||$ Also,- SLIM SUMMER YILLE and ZAZU PITTS In Evening only: 10th Episode ol Serial, 'VANISHING SHADOW' . MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. Htservations at Shop adjoinine i iien'.n1, or at Theatre, 'phone UW9778. No Extra Charge for Booking. This SATURDAY ONLY, MAY 11 : ; i EVENING at 8 o'clock. MATINEE at 2 p.m. TWO BRILLIANT EXTENDED yEAjON ATTRACTIONS listed together on tile ? ?' OWE MIGHTY PROGRAMME. Remember, they screen lor ONE DAY AND : NIOHT ONLY. P®**' Jfe The Singing Sweet ^ J nj hearts of 'She Loves ^ }». f? Me Not'. m For General Exhibition J\ /BING CROSBY #_\ / KITTY CARLISLE ur I singing It's June In January', 'With Every / 00^*^ J Breath I Take' and Lovt Is just Around | JL The Corner ' plus the antics of those three ; SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION AT BOTH SESSIONS— JANET GAYNOE and LEW AYBJES, the sweetheart^ . of 'State Fair,' in (heir Gayes...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Driver Committed MAN KNOCKED DOWN AND KILLED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Drivef Committed MAK KNOCKED DOWN AND KILLED On April 10, about dusk, William | Hart, of Auburn, an employee of Syd- i ney Meat Preserving Co., was killed by | a motor car while crossing Parramatta road on his way to work. I The district coroner, Mr. H. Richard- , son Clark, held an inquest concerning Hart's death. Mr. F. E. Murray appear Jed for the driver of the car, William James Edworthy, and Mr. E. K. S. Bowden for the relatives of deceased. Sergeant lugston, of Auburn, was in rhflt-pp of the RflAP. Dr, Waugh, Government medical of ficer, described deceased's injuries. 'He was killed instantly,' he added. Athol James Warren, of Parramatta road, Afibum, said he saw headlights ol a car flash on to deceased, who was struck by the car and carried along for a short distance. The accident happen ed about four feet from the kerb. 'I ran down to the scene of the acci dent,' witness continued, 'and men tioned the number of the car that had struck deceased. Later, I told Con stable Nixon...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"OUR BEST FRIENDS" Tributes to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

'OUR BEST; FRIENDS* ' ! Tributes to KeW9V«f 7 'They could' put us. iisdut^;, existence or they could help us. They iute choe - en to hfelp us. and l fhb^ descs^ ibesn flstwr best , phatic declaration^ tbe :^onductor. ? .the Christchurch Harmc^'BoSety Si^.. V. C. Peters) at the amiual -^neehi nrgjo^ ' the ^oclety ireienHy.^

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD METHODIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. SATURDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

HOLROrD METHODIST CHURCH AlVVTVF.ItSaRV. I SATDRDAY. MAY 11. J TEA MSETltffc 6 p&. j CONCERT S fun. / SUNDAY; MAY 12: V/ MOTHER'S DAY. w S pjm„ Rev. 3. H. Sbmerville. 7^15 pjn./Rev. W.1R. i*oole. Special Singing.,; v ALL WfebDOME. .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD DIGGERS v SHAMROCKS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

GOLD DIGGERS v SHAMBOCKS On Saturday last an interesting game j was played by the Diggers against | Shamrock- Good batting by E. O'Conn ' er brought about the downfall of - the Diggers. Batting practically through the first Innings, she scored 45 out of 106. The second dig was more disas trous for the Shamrocks. 4-; four wick ets were down for eight runs. The batt ing of E. *nilman and V. White was a feature of the afternoon's play. The acctes of £. Tillman and T. Morrison brought; the game up to concert pitch, which ended with the final scores, Gold 'Dig'gfers, 43 and 66; Shamrock 106 and 4 for 8. Shamrock thus won by 7 wtck et& and S runs.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lottery Prize Money DISTRICT RESIDENTS DISPUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Lottery Prize Money DtStRIC* RfcSfoENTS* DKPtJtE In the Equity Court, Sydney, before Mr. Justice Nicholas, -last *feek. Judgment was given In the matter of a motion fo* inhmcttoa ectemged during hearing into a tnotloh for dacbee) on behalf WIRiam HUl against David Tyreed. Ths Bank of Nev BoiiLb Waie& had been joined in the proceedings, but, being a dfetottetested party, submitted. Hfli, a retired sehcoimaster, living a1 Guildford, and Tweed, a grocer, at Pair ucwl, wra m w ubo» oi -omaining tickets jointly in the State lottery, and bad also bad tickets individually. A ticket obtained by HiH had won a first prize, and the dispute between the parties arose cut of certain -iran 'actions -trhich substeqt^nUy todk plaob. The undisputed facts were that early In April last year plaintiff applied fot a ticket in tfae Stats Wttfext, e.nd w^n the firSl prize. On April 15, accompan ied by defendant, iie went to the bank at PsirfiehJ and transacted badness in connection with the money. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

V1GORO GRANVtLL£ & DIST. ASSOCIATION. Hoaroyd 24. werriwa 24, Wallaroo 20,* Robins 16, Sliver Star 12, Kewple Unlied 4. Saturday's results; Holroyd 119 defeat ed Silver Star 32 and 24 (total 56) by one Innings and 63 runs. Werriwa, GO and 31 (total 91) defeated Walaroo, 4G UIH1 1U IWUU uvf, vy W iui»a. Fixtures for Saturday, May 1 1 : Robins v Silver Star (Gordon and McColl), Wer riwa v Holroyd (Hughes and Hancock) i players toke notice, Werrlwa's ground), Wallarco a forfeit. Winter Competition. — Applications f-r the winter competition will be received by ihe secietary, R. Comer, IOC PiCUst.. Wcsi Granville, up to the closing date -June n, The competition commences fourteen days later. Association Meeting. — Delegates are re quested to attend the usual meeting ot tli association to be held on Wednesday. May 8, at 8 pjn. Comments on Results Wallaroo's had a fair chance to bal ance things after their first inning® against Werrtwa. being 20 runs behind, but in their second, wh...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Throwing Away £324 COPIES OF CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Throwing A WAy £324 COPIES OF CORRESPONDENCE Mr. A. G. Huie. Henry George League o£ NS.W.. Daking House, Rawson Place- S- dney Dear Sir. — Your letter of 12th instant, bringing under notice the action of the Metropolitan 'Water Sewerage and Drain, age Board in accepting a higher Aus tralian tender for machinery in prefer ence to a lower Bntisn one, was placed before the council as requested. In re ply I have to £tate that the c6uncil' does not agree with tlie views of your Leafeue on the question, and I am directed tc write to the Board and congratulate them on their patriotic Australian spirit. — Yours faithfully, L. N. SHARP, town clerk. The Town Clerk, Granville. Dear Sir. — No doubt the aldermen of your council prefer 'Old Court' to the 'best Scotch.' and Autralian to Ameri can tobacco, and like being. into using the local article. We were not aware that paying more for a piece 01 machinery than it was worth had any of the attributes of patriotism. From Adam SmHh to Mr. CordeQ H...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

COINCIDENCE. Charles Barlow -67), The Esplanade, ?Gulli',f'-rd: born nn cvtobsr 24. ft was his brother, John Robert (62), of Croydon Park. Both were brlckmakers. A few hours after John died in his sleeo on Sunday wek, Charles died, also In hh stem, ran** in Kr-th cases was a heart attack, following pleu risy.. The brothers were buried not far from each other : at Rookwood.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motor Boating HEAR-COMMODORE'S DAY AT DEEPWATER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Motor Boat? ng REAR-COMMODORE'S DAY AT DEEPWATCR I Saturday, April 27, was RearCommo AOI3[s,Sfty- been pc^tponed froin April 13, owias to Mr. 3. McMillan away was holWays. B Ttoe racing was well patronised. All tne cruueis on the club's xegtster were present; also members who had been to the club-house for many weela. fl„-S?d we?het keen racing ana dose iinisnes made the afternoon's pronsmme a success. The cruiser handicap, for the Bear Commodore's trophy, won by ivy (E Beckhaus). First heat: ivy (E Beck paus) l, Thistle -Refltr-Ojinmod(M J. McMillan) 2, Inez. (Vice-oominodaEe F. J. Brown) and Sundowner tS.^Hummett) dead-heated tor 3rd pl&ce. -by 3 TJ^e T ) for Mrs. J. McMHlhiVg trophy.^ Two hfeatis ? were run and the thini h ^ will^e hm { on May 11, which will be a thrtlling nee -? j between an .outboard and 4 speedboat. First heat: Wasp C rfe. Nunh), 34J28 m.p.h., 1st; Miss A.B. rB. McF^iiane), 27^7, 2nd; Wonga iV, Maacfertahe), 2i:W, 3rd; won by 6 secs^ with 5 sees, betwe...

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