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LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST C. E. at 10 ajn. Lord's Table at 11 a.m Speaker Mr. Clydesdale. Sunday School 3 p.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. Mr. Young husband.

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

CHURCH OF ENGLAND DANCE. A very bright and enjoyable dance was held in the Memorial School of Arts, Guldford, on Saturday last. l^r. Ireland was a very efficcient M.C. and the Im perial Orchestra were u to their usual fine standard. A bright interlude was provided by Little Miss Irwin, who won all hearts with her skill at intricate too dancing, and sweet singing. A compcti . bottle,, the prize being a fine hand painting, was won by Miss Honoysoit. Everyone appreciated the pplendld sup per provided by ,the ladies of the Guild with the usual nice array of dainty edibles The committee are very pleased with the result, and remind all that the next dance will toe on June, 22. Wife (bitterly) : So you have forgotten our wedding anniversary ? Husband: ^ How could I remember it? Time has slipped away, so fast and so hap pily that the wedding seems but yesterday.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING'S JUBILEE MEDALLIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

KING'S JUBILEE MEDALLIST. Among the King's Jubilee medallists we notice the name of Mr. J. M. O'Donoliue. B.A., LL.B.. Chief Exam iner of Titles, Registrar-General's De partment. For over 35 years he lias been a prominent figure in the service and was for some time president and Arbitration Court advocate of the Pro after it, he gave almost the whole ol his spare time to the soldiers and re turned soldiers, and was for nine years hon. sscsretary of the Guildford Sold iers' Memorial, and is the lion, solicitor to the Rt turned Soldiers' Club. At the University Commcm. in 1902, he had the distinction of being seated at the right hand of his Majesty the King, when trey both received the d^gTee oi L.LB.

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

W HANDKERCHIEF WEEK at ? El I I f \t jn^ £ n THE GUILDFORD PROGRESSIVE . fl. Lint OC CO. DRAPERS AND MERCERS WE HAVE MADE A HUGE PURCHASE of ALL VARIETIES OF HANDKERCHIEFS to sell AT BARGAIN PRICES. CARDS of CHILDREN'S H ANDKERC HlEFS. Beautifully Embroidered, usually 2 G. OUR PRICE, llid Card ol.Slx. Wonderful Assortment. of Ladies' HANDKERCHIEFS. Exquisite Swiss Em broidered Lawn and Fine Hand-Embroidered Irish Linen, selling HALF PRICE. lor 1/- each, or 3 on card tor 2/ SWISS EMBROIDERED LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS, 51 each. LARGE VARIETY BOXED HANDKERCHIEFS at LINE'S LOW PRICES— Six in Dainty Box for 2 6. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS from TWOPENCE EACH. MEN-S and BOYS' HANDKERCHIEFS from 4id each, or three for i' UNION JACKS and AUSTRALIAN FLAGS for Empire Day, 50 x 35' Stupendous Reduction to 1/- Each Red, White, and Biue Ribbon 5?d yard MEN'S & BOYS' ALL-WOOL ATHLET CCS are Now nil the Vogue, Warmth J Guaranteed, from 1/lli each. | MEN'S WOOL GLOVES ? ?? ? ? 2'6 Palr j Also, HEAVY QUA...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
World's Greatest Locksmith EVEN LOVERS DON'T LAUGH AT HIM [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

World's Greatest Locksmith' EVEN LOVERS DON'T LAUGH AT HIM When New York shipping reporters board incoming liners at-Quarantinc, the-y usually are after such headline material as actors, novelists, big business men and statesmen. Recently when the refurbish ed Leviathan arrived in New York, their quarry was relatively unknown — a short, stocky, middle-aged man with a Hitler smudge moustache, bushy eyebrows, and a whimsical smile, says the New York -«ews vveeK. He was Charles Courtney, the world's greatest locksmith. Even lovers aon't laugh at him. Characteristically, at the end of an unusually eventful European trip, Court ney went straight to his locksmith shop on 125th-strcet. New York, put on a grey duster with 'Courtney for Locks' in red across the back, and went to work as it nothing had happened. Much has happened to Charles Court ney since he picked his first lock In his Virginia birthplace 33 years ago. It was the lock cf his mother's flam cupboard, and he got spanked for it...

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

'THE Broadcaster' Telephone Number LIVERPOOL 2 6 2 FOR THE Choicest Quality Fruit IN SEASON VISIT REG. GREENTREE GUILDFORD'S LEADING FRUITERER 331 GUILDFORD R£-., GUILDFORD. Cliildren Served with the Utmust Care x and Attention. Relief Orders. Taken. S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN PHONE: UW6509. J. L. GARDEN LICENSED PLUMBER* GASFITTER AND SANITARY ENGINEER. 149 and 81 ffoodiille Hd.. Granville. Estimates Given Free. All Classes of Repairs. AU Work Guaranteed. HADDONS The Quality Butcher GUILDFORD. Thane UW95S6. ORDERS DELIVERED. The Arab population of Palestine in | creased in the three years 1931 to 1934 from 861,260 to 940.000— by 78.000. The Jews increased by 139,390 in the same period . The British High Commissioner of Palestine has approved of the purchase by tip Jewish Agency of the Lake Huleh land 'concession, a tract of about 50,000 ?ttcrcs.. which had been granted to an .Arab group in 1914. After drainage and r the building of an Irrigation system, it is believed the land will b? th...

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

Misses D. and E. TIGAR JJRESSMAKEBS. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 252 MERRYLANDS ROAD, ME K K X L AN D S. M. J. LAMBERT, 244 WOODVJLLE BOAD. GROCERIES AND ' CONFECTIONERY. GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERY MOPS end ; HANDLES .. 1/- and 1/41 . BROOMS. I.'-.. ,. '1/3 and 1/8 SCRUB BRUSHES ? ? 8d each LA VEX ? .. ? ? ? Bd pkt. ij; , ' CLOTHES LINES . . .. ,. 6d each fc' ? | ? ' -Bread! Bread!' Bread! - BUT ONLY -ONE | COLEMAN'S 1- 3 % QPAKj^tfrg^ffiP 4EQUAL j-arte of Dlsttfct.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NOVEL DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

A NOVEL DUEL. One of tlie most novel duels thaU lias ever taken place in civil life was fought out within tlie. environs of Tennant's Creek. Two miners, said to h%ve been under the Influence of liquor, quarrelled. 'One grabbed a sawn -off shotgun and the other a pearifle. '* They then en trenched 1 themselves about twenty yards apart in. a cos teen -on a Kill. For two tiuura uip vaiue ragea, out me mail with the 'pearifle ran short of ammuni tion. He ! crawled down the jposteen, which l&d past, his camp, and quickly making a bomb with a jam tin and gelignite, returned to the scene of battle. He threw the bomb, then waited few .minutes and shouted, . 'Have you had enough ?' His opponent replied 'Enough oe hanged ! -Oome out here on No Mian's Land and we'll finish it with flsta.' The Invitation was accepted. Th» worst wound .was several ' pellets of ahoi ln the , arm of the man with the pearifle. .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Empire Dance GUILDFORD SUB-BRANCH R.S. & S.L.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

Empire Dance GUILDFORtV SUB-BBAKC1I R.S. «lSJJiAJ:' On baiuroay-ntght last-tiie first of the s£:iucs«f monthly dances; ofganiscd by the above,- commenced with an 'Empire Dance,' ill tlie Memorial School of Arts-, lt/0 being in attendance. The M.C., Mr. li. Brent, kept the dancers in a happy mood with old-tbjie and jazz, to delightful music by the ? Imperial orchestra. A plentiful supper was provided. During that interval, Mr. Brent intro duced the president, Mr. \0. Dumbrill. M'Jio in a few well-chosen words thanked tnu company for their supoort, also those wlio had worked so hard to make the i unction the success it most assuredly was, and a word of thanks wag also ex tended tc the local shopkeepers who had made such generous donations. He ex plained that the proceeds of the dance was to pay their contribution to Furlough House — where every distressed ex-service man's wife and children was entitled to a fortnight's free holiday at Narrabeen. independent of whether he was a mem ber...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TREATMENT OF DIGGERS (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

TREATMENT OF DIGGERS (To the Editor) Sir,— (Noting the controversy re the rrrlorrnce Act. permit me to thank Hol T'syd Council for its treatment of returned soldiers, in the past. Over a period out of GO appointments made 49 have been from the ranks of returned men. At present a heir principal and overseeing foremen (permanent) are in majority returned foldicrs or sailors. The Diggers won't forget.— M. McNauglit, hon. sec. Guild ford Sub-branch R.S. & S.I.L.A

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECEPTION PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

RECEPTION TARTY A very delightful and Informal party was tendered to Mrs. A. J. Hammond, senior, in honor of her visit from Queens land to her son. Ma*. A. J. Hammond, of Station-street, Guildford. Mrs. A. Ham mond. junior, received the guests in the lounge, and after the health of the guest had been attended to, all adjourned to the card room, to try their skill at respec tive games. Mrs. W. Sinclair, of Parra matta, was the winner on behalf if the ladies, and Mr. W. McKay tlie gents. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. Butters. Mr. and Mrs. W. Thornton, Mr. J. Cameron, Mr and Mrs. W. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. W. McKay. Miss^ Connie and Betty Heal and Miss Betty Thornton. A very enjoyable evening was concluded by wi.'hin? 'Bon voyage' to Mrs. Ham mond -£cniorj on her return to Queens land .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coming-of-Age Party OLD GUILDFORD GIRL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

Coming-of-Age Party OLD GUILDFORD GIRL One of tlie most pleasant and enjoyable parties in the history of Old Guildford wns held in the Springfield Hall, on Fri day night. 17th instant, . the occasion being a 2 1st birthday -party tendered by Mrs. j W. Small, of Merrylands, to her niece, j Mirs Phyllis Parkinson, eldest daughter of \ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parkinson, of Lisbon , street. Old Guildford. A great number of both old and young friends taxed tiie hall to comfortable capacity. Dancing and games were indulged in until 10 o.m.. when refreshment/; (were served Mr. W. T. Ely. ex-Minister for Health, then presented Uie guest of honor with j the key of the door, and referred In ap preciative ler»~- to her anany good qualities. Other speakers were Mr. H. i Gallagher, Mr. Brady (uncle), Mr. Coop er (Deerbush), Mrs. W. Small (aunt), and Mrs. Matihews (Deerbush), all of whom spoke in praise worth' terms of Phyllis' kindly dif'*X3Bltion. Mrs. Mathews then made a presenta tion, on behalf o...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mrs. Fisher, wife of Rev. John Smart Fisher, laic psislor of Guildford Congre gational Church, is making good recovery after an operation lor appendicitis. Mrs. Norrie, of Jfarris-strecl, is not having the best of health at present; and is confined to her bid suffering from in fluenza . 'Mr. Jordaji, butchcr. of Guildford-road, has been recuperating at Manly. Tlie youngest child of Mrs Jones, of Woodvllle-road, has recently recovered from diphtheria. Mr. Bird, a Chinese missionary, last week addressed about 30 people, repre senting various churches in the district, at the home of Mrs. Robertson, O'Neil etrcet. He mentioned how the mission aries appreciated the --aycrs of the Homeland. Mrs. Pavey's bnb'. of Woodville-road. contracted Plpumonia and was taken by the ambulance to the Children's Hospital at Campcrdown. Mr. Stein, ni^ht oflicer Guildford rail way station, has resumed duty aftcsr his annual holidays. Dr. Hunt is away on holiday in Bris bane. and is being...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Protestant Alliance MERRYLANDS LODGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

Protestant Alliance MERRYLANDS LODGE ' , j B Officer and members of Merry iaiicfe Lodge, P.AJ*£., were em ply re warded on May 23, when 200 guesta assembled in the Masonic Hall, to testify in a ytxy positive manner that Its circle of fnencs is growing wider and stronger. Pending the official welcome, the guests were received at the door by Brae, W. ? a. uemess ana u xuistone, in i ineir usual courteous manner. For four hours frolllcking feet danced lo popular items- efficiently I'L'nd^'TKi by Baker's orchesU-a, under the capable con trol of Bro. W. Hampton, as'M.C. At intervals Mrs. Sharman, accompanied by Mrs. de Hoghton at ilie piano, r *nd#»red appropriate songs, both artists receiving well-earned applause. The usual thoughtful provMon of num erous splendid prizes was greatly appre ciated. and the three main prizes were won by Secretary Bro E. Scott and part ner. 1st; Bro. J. Wayman and partner, 2; guest 182 and partner, 3; while numerous other prizes were given. P.W.D.M. Bro. E....

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

Friday & Sat. Night | MAY 31 & JUNE 1 j 7' ' . '] Also— _ | jj WILL ROGERSi ii| 'County ^ia'rman ' : ptfH Micltey j mouse 'MADfjQCTOR.' /'^WM SPECIAL MATINEE 'S ATTRACTION 1^-* - On the Stage: Vtanbod Foster i~ Quest /Boys In SONG & DANCE SPECIAL ATTRACTION OH THE STAGE, SATURDAY Night |-i J nff in | j THE ORIGINAL 'DAVE' from 'GRANDAD rred. lVld.CL'OncUCl, rudd,w m 'HIS son and HEIR.' Mon. & Tues., June 3 & 4 V * ?Biggr^ If '*?' ALSO ':V' ? ' ? '13th Candle' NEWS REEL and TRAVELOGUE MATINEE MONDAY. THURSDAY, JUNE 6: REGENT ' DANCE Special flIHJazz Ml admission ' . ONE SHILLING UNDER' NEW MANAGEMENT M. TAYLOR,. (late LAMB'S) ' J 359 GUILDFORD ' ROAD V CONFECTIONERY, SOFT DRINKS and . GROCERIES WE CATER for AFTERNOON TEAS ? OUR HOME-MADE CAKES are Delicious CALL ? in at PICTURE INTERVAL. YOU MAY WHIP OUR CREAM BUT You CANNOT BEAT OUR MILK TJJST IT FOR YOURSELVES YOU'LL TASTE TUP .DIFFERENCE JONES, Milkman, PHONE UW- 9384, and at' Granville AGED...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING BEST [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING BEST Councillor J. B. Stewart Lamb (Edin burgh), at a conference of the Scottish Retail Drapery Trade at Turn berry, Ayr shire, recently, faldb that the anhual expenditure on advertising amounted to 'hot less than £100,000^00. Mtet of the money was spent -with* the Press. / Enrorience est vjiyTTti which to reach the. largest number t-f people. Even those members who mere in a comparatively small, wav of bu«imass would .benefit by a judicious I use of the Pres . . ? . , .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

S WDTOEUO «L'. if : ' Agenti for ' RA D-U3§ ?Phone: UW8747.t'v-.^ '''i'Y ? ? v ... l.- ' sta n.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Well-known Family (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

Well-known Family (To the Editor) Sir. — As your wonderful free paper conveys Interesting local news, and I have had numerous kindly enquiries ns to whether a press report of the death of Dorothy (Grace) Fear, was connect ed with the Guildford pioneer Fear family, if space permits the, following may interest many readers . ' The four Rrandpa rente all attended district schools, Including Old Guildford. Mermonas. South Granville, Willlkm-street, Pitt Row. also Fort-street. The greatprand parents were married at St. John's, Parramatta, by the late Rev. Arcades con Gun.lier; uid afterwards they lived In this area. In business. The great gTandnuxher was born at Lane Cove, and later resided in Paramatta and Sydney i ditricts. | Pretty bright' little Dorothy Grace -Gr3»\'e-, aged 10. dearly loved c!de«t ohlld of Jack and Rliby Fear, of liur wood. in play jumopd from a neighbour's . fence on to a garden rake, which pcr.f trated her foot. Tetanus supervened, *nd she died in the Childrens* H...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

CAREY'S CITY-PRICE DRAPERS & MERCERS. Laconia Blankets at Sydney Prices BEWARE of door (o door Canvassers: YOU WILL PAY at least 10/- pair more lhan Our Prices Our Laconia Blankets Carry a Twelve Tears* Guarantee. Single Bed 25.', Threequarter Brd 35/, Double Bed 37/6 Pair. WHY NOT A LAY-BYE OR CASH ORDER ? Knitting Wools at Sydney Prices GOLDEN WATTLE 4-Ply Fingering, in a Large Range of Marl Mixtures . i and Plain Shades, 1 oz. Skeins, 6d. ' g_. LINCOLN 2 and 3 Ply SUPER Fingering, White and Colors .. . . 7id ? ' LINCOLN CREPE WOOL, White and Colors, 1 oz. Skeins ? ? 74d . ? -- Winter Wants at Sydney Prices FLANNELETTO2, Soft Finish. 30in., White and Colors . . 7-Jd yd.. 6/11 doe. ' WINOEYETTE, Double Width, White and Colors ?? .. 1/li yd., 12/11 doe. STRIPED TWILL FLANNELETTE, 30in., Smart Stripes; ? lUd LADIES' SILK & WOOL VESTS ? 2.'6, 2/0, 2/11, 3/6 MEN'S FLEECY SINGU5TS and PANTS, all sizes ? 2/11 each MEN'S WOOL & COTTON SINGLETS, all sizes ? 2/11 eac...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL SERMON [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

FAREWELL SERMON St. Mary's Church at Guildford was packed to capacity last Sunday, when Rev. J. Poole delivered his farewell ad dress. His messages was given from the (art verse in the Bible. Appropriate hyjftns were sung, and the choir rendered special anthems for Uie occasion. Among the notices, a letter was read from His Grace the Archbishop of Syd ney, caumg a Menuon to the month of June being devoted to the C. erf E. medical mission, inviting donations of medical gifts and cash. The rector was assisted by Rev. A. C. Mosley and Mr. Champion. Holv Com munion was administered after the ser vice.

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