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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935
Latest BritUtrCasemeint Cloth, 1/71 yd on view, at E. iH. JJiw and Co* NURSE ROBINSON^ (Poroisrly Bunker)*/^ 29 ' SALISBURY, BOAD, GUILDFORD. - - iXKIlFWED . A.T.WA.(; . INFANTS' ? . ' NURSE. t Outdoor CR5C5 in surrounding Districts, . .. ? DON'T FORGET MOTHER -. ON MAV 12: MOTHER'S DAY , ? . v- \ A Few Useful Presents: ' ; OMEX SETS, TALC POWDER, tto., 2/S f : .*'' . [ ONEX BATH POWDER and PUFF, 2/3 / ; j CASHMERE BOUQUET SETS, 2/6, 3/8 \Y ' COLGATE SOAP ? 1/6, 2/6 IWi PEARL AND BROOCH SETS . . ?/!/- REAL ROCK CRYST/U, KECM&IS, - '? 3/11, 6/-, 8V. / CHRISTIE'S LAVENDER ^Aj^/6 Box CHRISTIE'S SOAP '& PERFUME, 1 /- BLACK TULIP SETS ? 2/6 FLAPJACKS ? 1/9, 1/11, 3/3 g. PETERSON'S 7 PHARMACY GUILDFORD MURIEL BAXTER Oj? 5 WINGELLO STREET, /, : ; GUILDFORD. V FOE l/ WREATHS AND BOUQUETS^ ' ! - AT SHORTEST NOTICE. '' PHOJJE; TTW9747. ' A Week's Free M ilk - Given to Every Customer wfco Recom-- / * -? ^ . mends 'Another. J HAIL THE CART / ? JONES REGISTERED VENDOR, GUILDFORD ...
OBITUARY Mr. Alfred Small. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935
OBITUARY Mr. Alfred Small. Guildford sub-branch of the R-S. and S.I.L of A. received with deep regret the report of the death of Mr. Alfred Small, of Byron-road, Guildford -42nd Batt.). Mr. Small passed away after a long and painful illness, borne with fortitude. The funeral arrangements were carried out under instructions of the sub-branch, on Tuesday last, for Rookiwood cemetery. Rev. Bourke, of Auburn, officiating. ih« cortege halted for two minutes' silence at I the Guildford Memorial. Wreaths were noticed from Guildford RJS. and S.I.L.A. inscribed 'Lest we for get.' All ofljcors and members available were in attendance, and actcd as pall bearers.
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935
GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mr. W. J. Oolte has been appointed by the members of ? the Con gregational Church, in Guildford, as a student past or, and takes up duties on Sunday May 8. A broadcast message was sent from 2 OB to relatives of Mr. Small, relumed soldier. Doctors have little hope of his recovery. Mr. Jordan, butchcr, of Guildford-rd., Injured his left eye, which necessitated a specialist'^ attention. H-, has a possi ble chance of retaining the sight. Miss Rita Flancry of 'Bccchwood.' Cunlngar, is staying in Guildfort, the gue^t of Miss Board, of 'Woodstock' Bursill-st. Mr. Bcvcge, of 30 Cross-street, is an inmate of Sydney Hospital. GUILDFORD SCOUTS' BEACON Hundreds of people attended the King's Jubilee Scout rally ©n the Woodville-road last Monday. The huge boacon was lit about 8 pjn., to the .great delight bf 1st and 2nd' Granville, 1st Merrylands and 1st Guildford trcops and the public. i Camp Are items were givrn, and an in- I tensely happy evening was spent. Cars 1 lining the...
Loftus Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935
Loftus Park. Ladies of the Church of Christ, will take charge of the Mother's Day ser vices, with a customary presentations to the oldest, and youngest mother pres ent. CHINESE HORROR. CHURCH PRAYS Prayers were oflered in the Church m unnsi. at xjoilus rarit last ounaay for God's help with Messrs. Hayman and Bosshardt of Northcote, victoria, miss ionaries in the hands of brigands In China, who were to be executed by May 8 unless £100,000 ransom was found.
Silver Wedding MR. AND MRS. W. LOUNDS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935
j Silver Wedding MR. AND MRS. W. LOUNDS Members of the family, together with friends to the number of 35, gathered at the residence of Mr, and Mrs. W. Lounds, of ,/Rcsewarie,' 43 Station-street, Guild ford, on Saturday evening, the 4Ui inst., to celebrate the 25Ui anniversary of their wedding. Mr. W, Norrie, who presided, spoke in glowing terms of the guests of the evening, and tlhc various speakers endorsed the remarks of the chairman. Mr. W. Lounds. in responding, thanked everyone for the many expressions of good friendship end congratulations Irom friehds Yar and wide. Dancing, gomes and vocal items were enjoyed by everyone present. Mrs. W. Lounds was invited to cut llio beautifully-decoratled cake, which was made and presented by Mrs. D. ana ivlisses Lounds, of Rhodes Avenue. Many valuable (presents were received by the happy couple. The racial were continued until midnight, when the company &ang 'Auld Lang Syne.' The refreshments were made and served by Mrs. D. and Miss...
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
\ GUILDFORD . PERSONAL Mr. Dave Olark. of Military-road, had a slight. aUack of ptomaine poisoning last week, but has now improved. Mr. D. Murray, of the Commonwealtn Bank, is on annual vacation. Mayor Fielding; and Mr. Bleacdale, ? ttealtb Inspector, GrailvUle council, were seen in.*pccUng tile two new shops In Guildford-d'bad, last ?wedk. Mr, Jolin ? PalUson, of Talbot-stirect, wci^hman, had the .misfortune to have one hand crushed while at woiOc. Mrs Murray, of Salisbury-road. Is now about, after being confined to bed witn throat trouble. Mr. Biddlc, senior, of Woodvllle-road, has had: to use a sick- to get about, on account of acute rheumatism. Mr McNaught, of Rosebcrry-roadr al though not ucll w.lh his war disability, ?struggled dewn to Uie polling booth and cast Ills vote. The Stork brought a little girlie to Mr. nnd Mrs. O'Neill, of Cross-street, last wet k . At the Scouts' rally jubilee night. Beryl Chaddcck. of Bolton-slrcct, got her neck burnt by sparls from fireworks. Mr....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
CAREY'S WINTER WANTS at WANTED PRICES Knitting Wools at Sydney Prices GOLDEN WATTLE 4-ply Fingering: We have just opened up a New . . Ramre of Mixtures and Marls ? 6d Skein LINCOLN MILLS Super Fingering 3 and 2 ply ? '3d Skein LINCOLN MILLS CREPE WOOL, all Colors ? '=-* Skein . ENTER lor the KNITTING COMPETITION in School o£ Arts on : July 6, 1935. LACONIA BLANKETS ..A~.NEW .CONSIGNMENT, just to. hand Direct from the ytfactory. ? These Carry a Printed Twelve Years' Guaraufce. Single Bed 25/, Threcquartcr 35/, Double 37/6. Large Domilc 47/c pair.' MAKE A LAY-BY NOW, or BRING YOUR CA^ft ORDER. UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS, Carey's FamousYauamy — 54m. 1/7:. 701n. 1/9, 80ln. 1/lli. Tlirce Years' GuaramcVr BED TICKING CASES foor Double Beds, a Job Line ? 9/11 PILLOW TICKING CASES, Large Size, a Jot) Line ? 1/- WHTTE TOWELS, with Colored Hemstitched Hem. Fast Dye, size 22 x 44. ' Usually 1/lli. JOB PRICE 1/3 Each GENT.'S ALL-WOOL FLANNELS, M. and O.S., SPECIAL ? 3'11 GENT.'S FLEECY VESTS &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
-?^^S^Su'tfp^Foj^^l^^^' Wight Only « \ ON THE STAGE— 'Cornstalk Corner' A PLAY ACTED BY GUILDFORD CHILDREN. ? Also: .A Fox Super Picture, with MONA BARRIE ? 'MYSTERY WOMAN' MICKIE MOUSE : CARTOON — and — NEWSREEL. Perhaps YOU CAN SOLVE THE. MYSTERY that* baffled ~ ,r ^ £0,000 witnesses! C$Z- DEATH ON THE ? ?'' WITH' v -/^ ' f ' '*^''wl. r^biW- * -madge « NaM ;?- Tedi YOUNG * EVANS Pendlefon Heaff SATURDAY NIGHT Only Also — 'MYSTERY WOMAN' Mickey Mouse Cartoon and Newsreel. FREE CASH Come and Take Some Home ! £2/10f FREE ! FREE ! FREE ! SAT. MATINEE : free sweets For The Children. *,&*jjj^ggg&ag&' ??- - ?^^^maTinee mqndJCV IjHIHBBH Also, ADOLPHE MENJOU in— - PHHH 4The Human Side' Ksfejip|||| COLORED CARTOON and NEWSREEL ?BE! Monday night, Only ^^|HBw|| OUR WONDERFUL GIFT OFFER :— ^^GSSSi A TAILORED TO MEASURE niiiiH £S]M\~ Suit jSEKfllNB by yourts^local tailor. 'Bill' £2-i- in casli Write Your Name and Address and hand it to the Usher. COMING :— ? . ? ?? - ?? ...
An Old Indenture CONDITIONS WILL INTEREST YOUTH OF TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
An Old Indenture CONDITIONS WILL INTEREST rOUTH OF TO-DAY A week or two ago the diamond Jublleg of Mr. H. B. Watcrhouse's connection with the Fourth Estate was celebrated. The indenture he .signed Is well worth persulng these ? days— the historic docu ment Is now In the possession of the'C.R. Historical Society. The Indenture 'wltnesseth that Henry Benjamin Waterhouse, now of the age of 13 years and three months . . . doth put himself apprentice to Gray and Mc Naughton, printers and publishers, to learn their art and with them, after the manner of an apprentice, to serve from 31st March, 1874, until the full end and term of five yters.' An endorsement on the back of the indenture, dated March '31, 1879. show! that 'the 'within named apprentice'' had that day completed his apprenticeship, and adds: 'We have much, pleasure In bearing testimony to the faithful and . zealous performances ol the terms of his ! Indenture, and to his skill and ability as ; a workman. Gray and McNaughton.' ...
GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION B Grade — Delwood n 7/46 d Merrr vlUe 2/33; Detwcod I 8/53 d. Claremoot 1/32; Cheerio 8/49 d. Laurels II 1/26; Halcyon 6/38 d. Sunbeam 3/34; Laurels 9/S4 d. Merryvllle 0/20. C Grade — Dlv. I: Ylthan Jun. 1 8/53 d. Laurels 1/32: (Rainbow I 7/45 tt. Bodean I 2/34; The Corals 9/54 d. Clare mont 0/13; Boronla 5/39 drew Cheerio ? 4/39. Dlv. n: Halcyon 7/50 d. Baltimore 2/30; Boronla I 6/45 d. iDcknonte 4/40; Ccolah I 7/51 d. Edenlea 7/67. Dlv. m: Ooolah 9/54 d. Bodean n 0/18; Laurels 8/50 d. Yibhan Jun. II 1/22; Belmonte 6/47 d. ILcftus 3/34. Novice Dlv.— The Niven 7/48 d. Merry villc 2/31; Belmont 9/54 d. Edenlea 0/17; The Corals 6/48 d. I/rftUs 3/31; Delmonte 5/37 d. Harcourt 4/33. Sunday Morning Gent's. — B grade: DelUBOd '7/46 d. Halcyon 1/26; Laurels 8/48 d. Mcrryville 0/26. C grade: Devil Own 6/45 d. Bodean I 2/24; Coolah I 6/46 d. Merryville 2/28: Boronla 5/39 d. Bortean I 3/38; Rainbow 5/43 d. Clare mont 3/34. Ladies' Mid-week— The Corals S/48 d. Halcyon ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
M « ©.. O..M A L © -' «,.. ? ,. m. ':f ; ?' Guildford's Cky-Prke Mercers and foiiiifefii SIHRTS OF . iHBMWCtTON Table Cloths, trac^ and vhemstltoUetf— Coat Shirts, 3/11. 4/11, 6/11,.4/il. 7/11 50x ab-' 2/11 -J^ Golf Slilrts. from ? 2/U'to-A/llj Ladles- Scarves £'' ? .y^W\ ?' Pyjamas, fi-om ? Al- tx- «/Jli Children's Jumpers .? ..^T.. -3/U ONE QUALITY, T«E BEST ! Linen Tea To.vds, fro^/V . ? 1/8 S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN. XAY-BVES and CASH OKDERS-Ae_CEPTSO. ! ! ! — — &EAAJXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR TOE SERVICE ] LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. JL WEDDINGS. THEATRE PARTIES AND TODRS, V^ . AND ALL CLASSES OP PRIVATE HIRE. . '? JK ??£?' ' Phone: UW9260 ^^ AT ANY HOUR. J. MEALIA, Proprletar. . ', . , WVNVARD STREET .. ? GUILDFORD MERRYLANDS GARAGE ; OPP. PICTURE SHOW, MERRYLANDS. yT. ^ i (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) tjT : ; WE SPECIALISE JN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. ? ' '.? ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SEKVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. ', WE GUARANTEE DUR WORK. RING UW9801. ? - / BY 6BRVICG WE GROW, / \ ...
TENNIS CENTRAL CUMEERLAND GROUP DRAW FOR SUNDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
Wn^is -??? CENTRAL CUMBERLAND GROUP '; DRAW BOB SUNDAY, MAY, 19. 1:30 pjn^-A.GJ3.: SteWer v Mackcl; .. J.B.B.. ' MrJCWiMf t Gibson; A.O.D., single ton and 3toroughgood v -^~- ; 3SB., A. Ptyne v/nrett^B.,' ..: 2.16-^-AJtD.. Hall and: Miss Wurth v Jordan and Miss Biker,- A; A.XD., Tunta and Mrs. Britten V'Horton end Miss Coffey; J.B.D.. D. Gould v S. Haunt. 3— A y.D... Singleton and Miss Fur neuix v ? ; A.G.D.. Coram and Fulton r Nevin and Stettler; J.BS., G. short v Kevin Klrby; J.BB., R. Freeman v H. Atchlson. 3.45— AJC.D., Harper and Miss Mitchell v winner of A; J.BS., Keith Klrby v win per of B . ; ftESULTS OF MATCHES LAST ' 'WEEK-END. A.GJS.: G. HaU v W. Tunks, 3-6, 3-6; N. Harper v C. Howard 6-2, 6-1; R. , Thoroughgood v R. 6te«ler 7-5, 4-6, 68 H. Taylor v P. Neviri 6-2, 6-4; ,E. Bright v F. Mackel 3-6, 1-6. A.X.D.: Tlckner and Miss Osborn v Douglas and Mrs. Bres slngton 7-5, 6-8, 6-3. J.BS.'. E Travers v W. Gibson 4-6, 2-6; Palmer v F.Mc Kenzle 0-6. 1-6; W. William v JMcFarlano...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
MOTHERS' CLUB, OUILDFOKD. Tennis Toumanttlit to *e -teld on the 'Pines Couri,'-^fiallp«y ^Iterrace, Atl. 80 a.m.. sharp5^iaa«2.'X«raae players invited. Funffiwo/tefMlts' School 'gouts ilree. Enqulrtas/^M». Nesbltt, A2 Cross Street, GulMTord. ??-.''?.?; ?THE ATOlJtifiUuOf ;IJEqi«»N' ? -- GDUJDPORD R.JSifeTteBOB: fifotlce to all Member* V^ A ?fipedal (Evening -has bem amuagedbyihlsClubihcooperB tloii wltft^ie-W*le!': 'AuidUary, to-be - . held on Jffl-J^*wimWiSlj*;*t 7.4B at, the blub Room; ThU 'Evening ;iiae;teen ispefilaUy arraniged.jfor, .;»*;« fffl«ii)«B and «»cir tanitees; itndiyy ^aattreta art to tofe especially i^a^prSSbe!**!*-. ?'.? dent desires that iu^efflbefe ^id^Snelr } families .shall be'/}n :*tt^j«l«nce. i-: --,'. . ... w.; s. it^^^SE7***^^,.';1 .
BREACHES OF AWARD Employer Sues Employees [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
BREACHES OF AWARD Employer Sues Employee! The Chief Industrial Magistrate (Mfc — Prior) said on Wednesday, that If em ployees did not. lend themselves to Im proper arrangements there would be no aivwd-brcakers. He could see no reason why he should differentiate between an offence committed by an employer and one committed by employees. Robert William Phillips, contractor, of WiUoughby, proceeded against James Smith and Thomas Baxter Graham for alleged breaches of the painters' award by working for him as painters for less . than the prescribed minimum rate. Complainant submitted that the de fendants approached him and offered to work for £3 a week. He said he would pay them £3/10 a week, or. 1/7J an. hour. Defendants slated they had agreed to work for £3/10 on complainant under taking the* he would make up the balance on completion of the iwork,* It was stated that Phillips was recently proceeded against for breaches of the award in falling to pay Smith; and JBm hsm the prescribed m...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
feETURN ffl^S. Mr. Alfred^mall, of /BO Byron-road, Guildford, andNjer molner; Mrs. MtfCwen. desire tc (hank aHOy« Jdnd tnends wuo assisted them -to urar recent uul*ewave ment and. sent wreaths and cards, partt cnlarty Mr. M. MoNaught «nd «he^GuW ford eub-branch ?« the Returned Bailors and BoldleiB1 Unperial .League, -of Aust. Mis. SUrotis and »». Worth foOBev. 1 poolc. ana Df. OoMman. Of Palrfldd. RETURN THANHS Mrs. Ivy JBartow and family, of the Esplanade, ©Wldford, desire to thank relatives and Bed friends In their sad bereavement. Would all please accept Uiis as a sincere tieiwesslon of. gratitude?
Merrylands Diggers Sub-branch Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
Merrylands Diggers Sub-branch Meelinir Silver Jubilee Ball, under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor, Sir Alex ander Horc-RuUiven V.C. On Empire night. May 24, the Merrylands mb-branch will hold a ball in the Masonic Hall, tn old of the T.B. Soldiers' Association, for the benefit of those not in receipt of a war pension. The hon. secretary, Mr. T. B. Baker, of 12 Neil-street. Merrylands, will be pleaded to gratefully acknowledge any donation in money or goods for tills cause. The mounded men bear 'Visible scars, which can be easily assessed lor pension-., but the T.B. men liave Invisible erars of this Insidious disease and for which (hey are not receiving a war pen sion. The MerrylaniV, Diggers confidently anpral to Hie public (o help ease th» lot of tht. Legion of Uie Iiost, whn are naln lully travelling In itlic Valley of the Shadow, the way through which leacb ever west.
The Librarian [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
. The Librarian Bv Stan Blackwell ^He.-troUjChes and buries his face on Ills .. jLy&pukinikt vaulVbf despair: ? ; Fttr.he cannot, look up -at «ie torn, liven : J^.Tiithlnlc .iif }thp' jprfleg^ .IMere-r . ; ^rOT^eJas JWJ-.tW MCrilege 'there. ' ; ^Srfllp^^fc-1. ? - .*iSs*lfe'1slt6 in (lUirSaJr'iio coUects 'their i email pelf,. , :. ,' ?? . ?'???With the paste;brusKj«nd eum on nis knees— ? ; ' . . . ; ? With the torn-riven leaves on his loiees. ? Ufooltf) itJWMnbers wBo,«eyer and tear, Ttifi ^oJudttBiHiTore iBiia so good, Tkiie.iiasJtfi'llnilJfi.-butbaoks.httvfialreir ; ? .qreati.'---' ' ? ? '.' , To.it* t«itder who studlea, and acte as be Aouta- . ?To all readers, be careful, the lot ol you -cOUld. ' tVH'*he librarian's mind has its smould ering thoughU, ?As he dreams of the town books of yore; Of-leav*sthM.*e.«»ght, «nd the mem - '!-e» lie.foughl, v - '??Who'liromleed to be careless no more— - No T*un*»tiMita and Hven tettves wore.
JUVENILE BALL Merrylands Infants' School [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
JUVENILE BALL M drylands Infants' School A bright and hamv function was held in Uie Merrylands East Infants' school, on Wednesday evening. May 8, bell* u juvenile fancy dress ball, organised by the members of the Mothers' club. It was a wonderful success dn every way About 60 competitors, of various ages, took part, and some fine costumes of char acter, original and poster, -were seen, and Lhe Judges had difficulty In selecting the winners. Aunt Marie' ('Argus') was chief judge, and jave every satisfaction, ably assisted Oy Mrs. Grainger (Parramatta) . Mr. A. H. HlUler, president Merrylands Parents and Citizens' Association, carried out the duties or M.C. Mrs. Lewis assist* ed et the piano for the grand inarch, and for the adult dancing. About 100 parents wjere jiresenl. Mrs. Stanberg (prcrldent). Mrs. C. Hod Eon (hon. treasurer) and Mrs. D. Smart (hon. secretary) were assisted by Mcs dnmes Potts, Bampton. Watts and Button (members of Uie committee) and the mothers in serving the ch...
THE ELECTIONS GOVERNMENT RETURNED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935
THE ELECTIONS GOVERNMENT KOTDRNGD As a result of «atard Jr's -rotmB die SU-vcns Government was «ain ejected to onlto. DJSTRBCT KtWftSS nrophy. j; c. rriuwiii . . .. 1,201 -Ely. W. T. (Statg^H b. . . 3.843 Plcck. Dr. c. C. -naS?) S,286 ogaoii, a. h. -Oom.nEy.*.'f '.. «03 (Atasnt nnd postal ifibs to come) GRANVTLLE SO^JlVISION Bi^jhy. EJi. Heefc, Ogslon Qranvllle . . . . Me 2»6 2039 145 Granville East 71 4tO 295 52 GranvilleSth... ,50 216 MB «1 Guildford.. ..81 442 «31 £1 Merrylands E. 72 403 3B0 38 6MTTBPIELD StJBDlVlSIGN Bcssley Park . . 8 69-86 10 FiirflEld' .. .. 104 10'I5 1359 53 fairfield Wtsi 13 78 1B6 5 Greystanes .. 14 IS 1107 13 Guildford1 Sin. 28 2§5 247 16 MeiTytonds W. 33 '2fi 471 . 37 SmlthfiCld . . lg 222 389 25 ViHwocd . . .. 13 134 102 6 WitheriU Park 10 74 105 l MERRYLANDS SUBDIVISION Guildford W. . . 30 29J9 385 24 MerrylandE. ..178 860 909 82 Pitt Row .... 55 457 966 S3 Grand Totals 1201 1SA3 8288 603 Aihfield— Bruce. R. T. (State lab.). 4.198; Jarvic, M. L. F. -In...