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SOCCER SOUTHERN DIST. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

SOCCER SOUTHERN DIST. ASSOCIATION. Results of matches played last Satur day: — All Age— Gulldford Wanderers beat £1. Jolin's Park. 4 — 2 : Merrylandr teat Cab ramatta. 4 — 1 : Chester Hill beat Smith field. 4—3. Under 16— I.O.O.F. beat Merrylands; C:;b:-umaUa a. bye. FIXTURES, SATORDAV, MAY 18. All Age— Smi Infield v Merrylands, 3 p.m.: Ouildford Wanderers v Cabfamafla, 3 pjn.: Chesttr HU\ v Si. John's 'Park, 3. Under 16— Cabramatta v I.O.O.F... 3; Meriylands a tiye. NOTES For the lnformaxiun of referees, the 'essii-.&ni. sscretary's address is: Mr. 'J. Dallas. 3 Kewman-stnet, Merrjiands. Teams' sheets. Kith the results and signed by the referees, niurt reach the assistant secretary not later than the first -delivery of th? post on Tuesday following day of Oliio secretaries are requested to take particular ucUce fej see Uiat -registration forms are correctly filled in. especially that the players' signatures and addresses a,:e correct. Clubs are reminded that The P. and D. c...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loftus Park. PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

Loftus Park. PERSONAL Mr. Frail, of MeArthur^tteet,, recently crushed one of hi*, toes while -at work; «ut is ptm able *o resume Ws occupation. Bis little son Robbie Oil has also Just bsen-cpexatetl on foi*'fl[opsnillcitls' . ' - '?? Preddy^Cnpff/i«)v 3wh6?«uSt61ned a broken' .'Uilgh,5 has returned 'ircmfarra- matte. HiSpltiil, and is tauch ainproved. wss ihmninKawa* -tropi.|i^rse^to ? , Brm{m/^;^!»«5«n»mitoa)JstrJct Arnbidar^^^.her^toift^riUriatta'Hbs- - ^tal, ^hHie:^.1S-*ec^yWg Sreabnerit. ? Havm«,t-eeilj-)ff *drk; owing lo.burnln'! ,;ius.4eipi;^^^|ine,;?te:^-n45-e:ito , 'Sad bad'ia^^^M cart,and wu .. .slti^k^^pif^e.r^Tdadslde~;n^bln^'ihte'tiea4 ?r.'-^o5ifianW^S3'j^^fii:-*'iive'just ' :::Sm^»B0€iW^iiS'fl;ri,:': ?.-.? ? . '?'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHION NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

FASHION NOTES Myrna Loy (Metro-Goldvtyn-Mayer) ap peared; oil the Jot recently weartng a .- '? most inii-estlng list ' of antetoje saeBe. ? .' The hat liad a .slightly poihtccj. Tyrolean .. trpwn arid* meflluni'-ljrinji iQn t^^stde .-Cv ^^Eaone'-p^ceafffSFjrtUi a . lSn-cuttack. EOUai« front Aiill .narrow ^boulder.£tieos. The belt' ties at -the 4slde.lria propellet bo»'. ? ? ?? ??? .- -=' Spring gardening Is fun when you haVe an oatflt such as is wom by Cecilia Park er. The . three piece suit ? Is fashioned from light Mue'«nd white checked wash able silk. Wnen the skirt Is removed il reveals smart pleated shorts tapped by a well tailored blouse. As shimmering as a seal Is Jean Parkei when she emerges from a dip in the ocean, clad to a -smart*ult of black cello phane. The suit features a round neck in front and low eun-tan back. Lcrctta-Young wears a restful tea-gown of eff-white satin with a tiny lace .yoke of cream. , The skirt Is full from One waist with full sleeves featuring long...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

Madge Evans, Melro-Goldwyn-Mayer player, choose a red and whit* costume. Red leather belt, red and white scarf and whit pumps are matching jaccessorlss..

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

FOR THE Choicest Quality Fruit IN SEASON VISIT REG. GREENTREE OUILDFORD'S LEADING FRUITERER 331 GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFORD. / Children Served with the Utmust Cajf and Attention. \ S Relief Orders. Taken. \r S.C.K. COUPONS GIVEN PHONE: UW8509. / J. L. GARDEN ^ LICENSED PLUMBER. GASFITTER . AND SANITARY ENGINEER. 149 and 81 WoodvUre tM.. GranviUr. Estimates Given Free. All Classes of Repairs. All Work Guaranteed. H ADDON S J The Quality Butcher I GUILDFORD. 'Phone UW9596. ORDERS DELIVERED. COMING EVENTS (Two lines. 6d per insertion: four insertions, 1.6) CHURCH OF ENGLAND, GUILDFORD will hold a SELECT DANCE In the MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS GUILDFORDy' Saturday, MayHS, 1935 » FIRST-CLASS ORCHESTRA. SUPPER PROVIDED. TICKETS .. .. ONE SHILLING ? MRS. T. WILLIAMS, Secretary. HOUSE PARTY and DANCE/ ALL INVITED/: At MR. D. LEE'S RESIDENCE, in Kenyan's Road, Menfylands West, SATURDAY. HlVl/ 18, al 8 p.m. Good Music, Turns and Songs. Silver Coin Collection. RS. and S.I.L.A. Gulldford Sab-branch, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

Misses D. and E. TIGAR J DRESSMAKERS. / SATISFACTION GITARANTEEDk/ 252 MERRYLANDS KOAD, MEKRYLANDS. M. J. LAMBERT* 244 WOOD\TLLE BO AD., / UKOCERIES AND CONFECTION^BT. MOPS and HANDLES .... 1/- Jfe 1/41 BROOMS ? l/3.*id 1/9 BCRUB BRUSHES .... -'4d Each LAVEX ? .. 1/- packet CLOTHESLINES ..... .. 6deoch Bread! Bread! Bread) ?'???' ,' BHTi ONLX ONE I I- COLEMAtf'S / ?:-X ;ror QUALITY there Is NO EOtTAIi/ S-*S'^i? : \_ RING UWS588 \~/ :f^^ioip tour cart n^na. cajS!: ; fc^Zri^JJa^Z.-WE DELIVER g1iiq^B^;|jXlLY~to aU parts jr XMatHct.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

LOFTTS PARK CHfRCH OF CHKIST Sunday. May 19. C.E. every Lords Day. 10 a.m. Breaking of Bread. 11 a.m.; speaker, Ero. Cbristopherson . Bible School. 3 p.m. .conp Servic°. 7 OJn. Gcspel Sen-ice. 7.15 p.m. Speaker: Bro. Clydesdale.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES BAPTIST CHURCH GUILDFORD. New School of Arts. 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

THE CHURCHES BAPTIST CHl'BCH, GUILDFOBD. Neve School of Arts. 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. Thtsv services are bright and helpful. Cct» nvd hear tho OW Old Ptnry. A irelcoaio and message awaits j-ou.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Diggers' Dance GUILDFORD LEGION AND GUILDFORD R.S. & S. CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

Diggers' Dance GUILDFORD LEGION AND GUILDFORD R.S. & S. CLUB The Memorial HaJl, Gulldfoixt, made a delightful setting for the club dance, held on May 4, with an attendance of 125 dancers. The M.C. (Mr. A. T. Lcnnard, the club president) commenced the even ing iwiih the ever popular ibarn dance, to the entrancing strains of Young's or chestra. There were 16 dances on programme. Including old-tune and modern dunces. The very dainty suiper was a feature of the evening, and was provided by the Ladies' Auxiliary, under their president, Mra. C. McFarlane. Another noticeable feature, which was enjoyed toy everybody, was- during 1ho personality bam dance, -when the orches tra played tunes so well (known- during war time Including all the Digger songs, in the form of community singing, .while dancing. The novelties during the evening were won by Mrs. J. Lawless and Mr. George Best, and a special prize donated by tne Ladies' Auxiliary, to the dancer caught . taking -lhe apple tarts, w...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOFTUS PARK & SOUTH GRANVILLE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

LOFTL'R PARK & JSOUTH GRANVILLE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION ? The above held their usual meeting In the church lull. LoflUs Park. -on Thurs day last. The president, Mr. J. J.'Kimp ton. was in the chair. -The meeting was well attended and very keen .discussion en many suggested Improvements in Uie district. .??.?-,- . , Mr. Itimpicn reporcea tnai ne naa met in deputation (he chief engineer fcr rail ways at Loftus Park^ an4, 4)scussed Ums ndvlrabllity of constructing a .trafflcsub- way do connect Soulb.Oranville with Loftus Park. The engineer lias favorably Imprcrscd and promised to have the site surveyed and go into. the matter of cost. Since then the surveyors have been out, nnd hive completed thj- survey, and we are new waiting a further report from the department. ? ? .' :^- Th' association is glad . to report that the secretary, Mr: J. T.- O'Brien', $s^mt of hospital and on'«ien»d!to«boyery. The as* relation decWedjto hold their twrt meeting at Mr. O'Brferi's residence, 17 Lansd...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

f^ Ei I Il^TI^ *? -^i ^ /THE: GUILDFORD PROGRESSIVE ) E* tL ;U1NE £ 1^ AND MEWE« Offer Special PUrdm«e Atom's heavyweight fare Wod Black Cashmere Sox, usually 2/6, Now Selling, 1/ Hi pair ? , MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT VB HEMMED SHEETS ? SINGLE 1/111 Each, 3 '11 Pair THHEE-QUARTER ? ; .. .. s2/6! Bach, 51 Pair DOUBLE-BED ? 2.111 Each, 5.11 Pair STHONG WHITE TWILL SHEETING .. 54', 1/11 Yard: 80'', 2 '6 Yard LATEST DESIGNS in Colorful British Make, CASEMENT CLOTH, Double Widuh, ? , .. 1 -7J Yard MODERN CRETONNES, from ? 6id Yard ER1T1SH TOWELS . Strotag, long Wearing, from ? Hid Each WORK fOR WINTER EVENINGS : CHOOSE YOUR TRACED . LINEN fROI* THE BARGAIN TABL=U, JuTin* Sf'miB^UNiNiSo'i «i' SUPPER'' cixJTHS.'y»fti«' Table- KNIT -Your COSY' WINTEB \sLbpPERS. SOLES -ar.d tlnstnictions) KNTPTING WOOL — AliVikRnmEs!''AlSCrIEEDLES and DESIGN BOOKS MEN AND BOYS' WEAR LATEST BOYS' TWEED CAPS, 2/3; YOUTHS ? ^6 A^ASwoSTTTinjmcB; ?cosy''compo^j'isFor' the 'men' polk. FOR THE WOMENFOLK PLANNELLETTE NI...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO BASEBALLERS STUNNED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

TWO BASEBAJA.EBS STUNNED A baseball game on Saturday (was mark ed T-y extraordinary incidete. _. .^During .ttie match between X3oodycar ^hd Nestanglo, at Uie Ooodyear athletic field. Camellia, H. Gordon (a former ln tcnuiUonal player) was fielding, when V. Wateni. 'another wresentaUve, player) batted, toe ball high to Gordon's direction. The latter ran backwards to catch It, -but the sun Impeded his vision, and the ball ^struck, him- -on xne loreneaa. . .tve who knocked vnronsclous. Another fieldsman ' rah ui. Wid, Peking up the baUyTClayed It to -*ie. first base with -? the object of trapping Waters. The ball struck Waters on the head, and he euffcreff the same fate as Gordon.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HAH, ' BROUOHTON ST.. GUILDPORD -Sunday '. 15, Mr K .Blade f i, ? Three young men will give their tes^ '??,»* tjmony. . j.,;| ! jWed., 1.30- Prayt-r and ( Bible : HeagingJ-,^

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 16 May 1935

Carlton Nursing Home . 45 BOLTON ST., GUIUIFORD / Indoor and Outdoor Cases Alrendra PHONE UW8775 / NX'RSE MARION, A.T.N'!^/ E. P. CORK 347 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. Our Orange Cakes afe Delicious, try them 1 - each / Also, our Famous Lunch Cakes, 4d and 6d Fruit Cake from 6^d to 1/ CHOICEST SMALLGOODS STOCKED.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Madhatters' Night JUVENILE FROLIC AT GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

Madhatters' Night JUVENILE FROLIC AT GUILDFORD Under the auspices of Guildford P. and C. Association, a 'madhatters' night' far juveniles was held in the Assembly Hall, on May 8. There was a splendid patron age; and the funotion in all respects was a success. Poole's o'^chcstra supplied the music, and Mr. J. Oldficld was M.C. Fancy costumes were numerous and . attractive, and the judges, Aid. and Mrs. W. Campbell, had no easy task ln choos- - - im? the winners, as follow: — Best girl's hat, Marie Cork; most com ical girl's hat, Shirley Symonds; original, Peggy Woolford; cheapest, Olive Why borne; boy's hat, Ron Cork; most comical, Alan Grew; most original, Alex WarnocK; cheapest, Cliff Merles. Special prizes went to Miss E. Perry, Miss J. Grew and Master J. Wilson. Items were rendered by the following pupils of Miss Hawkes: Billy Edward3 -song and dance). Millie Fear (skipping rope dance). Eileen Edwards (toe dance), Blanche Barker (song and dance), Norma Mitchell (waltz dance). The...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

GUILDFORD PERSOMAT. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan and family, of ' Mountford Avenue, have returned from a motor holiday spent at Walgett. Mrs. Webb, of Manly, has been spend , Ing & fortnight with her relatives, Mi. and Mrs. Goods! r, of Henry-road. Mrs. M. E. Baxter, of Wingello-street was operated on last week, at Parramatta District Hospital, and is progressing sat isfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie, of Roseberry road, had the Stork visit her last week. A daughter was left. Both are doing well. Mrs. Mary Marlon-, of Lavender-street. rive dock, paid a visit to Guildford, ana next week will fpend Sunday with Mr. and' Mrs. M. Mason, of Macfarlane-street. Mr. Bevege, of 30 Cross-street, has re turned home from Sydney HoTOtal. Rev. J. Poole, rector of St I Mary's Church of England, is being inducted at Earlwood Parish on 28th Injrt. Mrs. Buntlnc. of Rhodes Avenue, wns found in an unconscious condition at home. It appenrs that she had been so for two days, and is now in Parramatta Hospit...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Long Lottery Odds. STATE MODERATOR'S FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

Long Lottery Odd*.-. STATE MODERATOR'S The Moderator of the Presbytraian ? Church of New South Wales h^fiitocen' studying tile odds a s they affeg& the - ?» State .lottery, and has oomc to^h&Jcon- - j elusion that a lottery punter's1^ chances* would bp very remote. 'Astudy of the odds.is«nos£ e^ighmn-- -'A ?' ihg,''he said in an address to.'thg'GgSgrer ' Assembly. , 'A v';: ? . 'Sixteen people out or e^ryfoOfljli^ifl' ? ine weejay deaui rate In so the speculaior 1h- . cliance of winning ?firk-pjjfc.'ffi * ohaiices of beta® dead'i-el9^^^^nBBig f ? takes place. Provtded.^j^^^SHffipP5^'v-' '? di-artm every wcel^'ahd^ve^^^SBBBnB* fli'st prize in . tum. the lucky^^^^8£jt:?' ' ' 1923 years, during ^dilch have paid £26,248 in The Moderator elao ? calculation' to show ' : ' would mount up tf invested in the lottery, fc^iH ? ? ' the a-ank. .The. price oif . banked weekly est yield about £8000 if the speculator chdse^tiUsTte^wk^W* ment ' he :.would get f* value of the ^iit ^ a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

'BAXTER' 5 UTNGELLO ST., GUILDFORD, Agents for A.W.A. and AIRZ0NE RADIO. HOME DEMONSTRATIONS ARRANGED . 'Phone: tJW9747. A Week's Free M ilk GhTn to Every Customer 'who Recom taends Another.,' ?? V r HAIL THE CART ' JONES REGISTERED VENDOR, GUILD FORI). STAN. BUGGY, 62 CROSS 6TREET, GUJLDPORD FUEL iEMaANT 'MD GENERAL CARRIER.' Also Sand, . ,^shes^Hardwood Timber. Order at Grecn&pcVs.J'rult.sbop, or . _ ? ? ping-Jqvrajo*. ? ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

CAREY'S WINTER GOODS at SPECIAL PRICES^ || LACONIA BLANKETS j YOU MUST HURRY: We are nearlj sold ®ut at these prices. . Single Bed 25/-, Threequarler 35/-, Double 37/6, Large Doable 47/6, ; These Carry a Printed Guarantee tor Twelve Years. f , l. * *?' WHY PAY DOOR-TO-DOOR CANVASSERS 10/- A PAIR MORE? ' ' WE ACCEPT LAY-BYES and ALL CASH ORDERS. ; v -v. Knitting Wools at Sydney Prices GOLDEN WATTLE 4-Ply Fingering, in Twenty Different Mixtures and Twenty Plain Colours, 1 oz. Skein, 6d skein. - '!r LINCOLN MILLS 2 and 3 Ply SUPER Fingering, 1 oz Skcln .. .. '74d » LINCOLN CREPE WOOL, White and Colours ? 75d ? LINCOLN SILVERTHREAD, White and Colours ? ? 6d *- t ..WHY NOT ENTER for the KNITTING COMPETITION in the School / of Arts on July 6 ? Valuable Cash Prizes, ?' SILK* & WOOL FULL FASHIONED. STOCKINGS. Usual 4ru. NOW 3/15 KAYSER FLEECY-LINED SUEDETTE GLOVES, JOB PURCHASE, 2/6 LINCOLN MEN'S WOOL & COTTON SINGLETS. Can recommend. ' v-' Usual 6/11 NOW 5/11 ? LINCOLN BOYS...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

SCHUBERT, 382 GUILDFORD BOAD, GUILDFORD. ALISTA MILK ? ? .. 4 Id Till FUIJj CREAM tiOLK ? Od Till 2 lb. IIiAKED OATS ? 4id 2 lb. SEMOLINA . . ? ? 3Sd LARGE COFp'EE ESSENCE .. .. ltl id ASSORTED BISCUITS ? 9d ARROWROOT BISCUITS . . . . 61d lb, 'Phone Your Order: UWA386.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
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