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WINTER MONTHS DANCING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

WINTER MONTHS DANCING , The people of Ouildford who Indulge in the terpeichore art, are pmmised an excellent night at the Assembly Hall, Saturday next, June 8. Similar funct ions will provide the very best, in a ser ifs during the. winter, month?. Wally Stephens and nls Blue Rytnnr-tjrcncswa with ja2z and old-time novelties and. ex hibition. dances. Admission 1/- Indies (concession) 6d if in the hall befotre 7.54 pjn. ? *

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD GUILDFORD MINISTER FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

OLD GUILDFORD MINISTER FARE WELLED At Christ Church on Saturday, May 25. a farewell was tendered to Rev. J. and Mrs. Poole, at which they were presented with a cut-glacs reading lamp. Mi*. Poole received a bouquet of sweet peas presented by little Betty Stephens. Mus ical items, games and competitions made Mr. Stevens, churchwarden, in -a few well-chcsen words, expressed regret on behalf of the coneresation, H the de parture of Mr. and Mrs. Poole.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
O.A. & I. PENSIONERS' ASSOCIATION Merrylands Branch [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

O.A. * I. PENSIONERS' ASSOCIATION - Merryltnas . Branch The above branch held Its usual meet ng last Wednesday, in the School of Arts, Mercylands. Tlj^e vrtiA a large attend - . an/e,;of «nembere, Mr. F. Lajton (presi dent} presiding. ' Visitors from other Tjranches were -weleomed. Mr. Layton and Mr, Oopltsey reported «nai$endlng execu tjvc cvuinai jn »yaney, . Mr. txiwcsey (non. flScretiuy) rayor*Bd'r^tliai-:ihe i: Droperty clauses asd jfamlly'iKcieJttes ln the Pen rfonere'vActhadjieofaitlyiljeaiaBboltKhPd. He also rtated th»t thW «raB'130 books In 9he 5Jbrary,;. whlcb was free to every member; alw ® elr 'oOT .^croitery. book caBe. :«tc. ;» it %as Dloaeing -to see the old plmEerp- mMt i and jeiiJoy an alternoon with one ajjcrUier imy meetlng day.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

SOCCER La£t Saturday's results: — All Age — Merrylands defeated Chester HiU. 5-0; Guildford W. d. Smithfleld. 4-1 : St. John's Park d. Cabramatta. 7-1. Under lfr— I.O.O.F. d. Guildford W., 3-1. FIXTURES FOR SAT., JUNE « ? All Age — Guildford Wanderers v Morrv IandS, 3 pro'.; Smithfleld. v St. John's Park. 3; Cabramatta v Ch°s^T Hill, 'A. Under 1G — IO.O.F. v Cabvnmntta. 3. at Fairfield Park; Guildford Wanderer? a bye.\ NOTES At the end of the first round, completed last Saturday, the competitions arc *.till very open. In the all-age, Merrylands and Guildford Wanderem have the too points, with one -?«ffeat each. St. John's may hnve b°en well up, but have p»-nbnblv two deferred matches to play. Smithfleld nnd Chester Hill ana.y yet be well up the ladd-?r as they have brf*h had some ve«*v cl«'fie matchis. Cabernet ta are ito be mnernhilated 0n the fine team spirit they are showing. S.D.F.A. v CORRIMAL. Under 19 Thifi was a well contested match with the heme team slightly the better com...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

GUILDFORD BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday party .was held at the residence of Mrs. Roberts, Station -street, | Guildford, on Thursday test, to celebrate { the birthdays of Peggy, aged 6, and Bobble, aged 9. About twenty children I were present. Peggy and Bobble each had a cake with six and nine candles respectively, and they also received num erous presents from their little friends. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent. BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER TOURNAMENT A billiards and snooker tournament was held at the Tire Station, Guildford, during last week, and was won by Ray Baber, from V. Grunsell. with an aggre gate of 147 points against 97 points. Congratulations', Ray. | TENNIS TOURNAMENT A ladies' doubles tournament was play ed on Fire Brigade court, Guildford, on Thursday last The winners turned out I to be Mrs. Forrest and Mrs. Mack. Mr. Tomsett won a cake, and . MTs. Hinee held the lucky ticket. PERSONAL I The Stork visited the residence of Mr. [ and Mrs. Eric Dickson, Station-street, last S...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guildford Funeral Fund (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

Guildford Funeral Fund (To the Editor) Sir, — I respectfully seek the medium of your valuable columns to bring above subject before your readers. In these days of Industrial depression, eco nomic insecurity, relief work and reduc ed basic wage standard oof wages, with their attendant results, botty collect ively and individually, cursory reflection reveals in the true perspective the tragic financial position of the family unfor tunate enough to be called upon to finance the last sad rites of a mem ber of their family. How many families in our midst couJd provide the neces sory money for funeral arrangements ? The uositlon is obvious and needs no further comment. With the object of devising a means of funeral assurance, a meeting of relief workers of Guildford Ward, Holroyd Municipality, was convened, when exe cutive officers were elected. At a sub sequent meeting, held In the A.L.P. , Hall, O'Neill -st., Guildford, It was una nimously decided to inaugurate a fund, to be officially ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

1 TO-NIGHT (Thursday) and TO-MORKOW (Friday) at 8 pjn. 'two nights of: '-GEORGE O'BRIEN In Harold Bell Wright's epic of the I . 'WHEN A MAN'S A MAN' 1 AL&: JEAN MUIR ana RICAHDO CORTE2 in ' . | 'THE WHITE COCKATOO1' I Friday only: Bud episode of the serial **THE RED RIDER' with Buck Jones, i * MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT, I i; Reservations at Shop adjoining 'niea're;- or at Theatre, 'phone UW8778. No Extra Charge for Booking, - This SAT., MON.&TUES., JUNE 8, 10 & 11 Evening:; al 8 p.m.. and at Saturday Matinee at 2 p.m. Another Magnificent Programme — two pre-eminent productions listed to gether lor your enjoyment. 1 to have the honor to present this amaritteh courage! We are Indeed proud 4 Years hi the making! An epic of Bzlng Paramount attraction: w The Bengal lanccrs . . . hand-picked W W// if for courage and daring . . . in an /j( \* Jl llH ARY COOPER V FRANCH°T TONE RICHARD CROMWELL, JBfe&w S,R CUY STANDINC C. Aubrey Smith Monte Blue / JOAN ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"NOT SO RUMMY" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

'NOT SO RUMMY' i There's a crowd M- Chester Hill ttwt call ihemsnlvrs the 'Rumm^tcs.' Th^ 1 collected £1/3 for a 2GB charity appeal.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

REGENT NEWS This Friday and Saturday — Norma Shearer, Frederick March and Charles Naughton will appear in the powerful trlumx Irate. 'The Barretts of Wlmpole Street,' supported by Maureen O'Sulli van, Ralph Forbes and Katherine Alex ander. Romance; thrilling and beauti ful; tender as a flower; dramatic as a storm a! sea; graceful as a bird in flight; romantic, A household of youth ful beauty held in the grip of one dia bolical man. Supported by Victor Mc~ Laglan and Edmund Lowe, the swagger ing heroes, in a drama-packed picture; 'Under Pressure,' a story of thrills and tense moments, which they risked their lives to produce. Also, a super attraction for tile chil dren at the matinee on Saturday, 15tli, with first heats of a girls' skipping com petition, also pillow fights for the boys. This will not be dangerous sport, as only boys of the same age will be matched. Great fun for the kiddies, besides a fine progrmme, 'Brighteyes' and 'Let's be Ritzy.' Monday night ohlv — In response t...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

NURSE BROAD/ ' : 30 MANCHESTER. STREET, V MERRYLANDS, ' CERTIFICATED. AT.N.A, ?' TJibne uwu400, iQutdoor 6urroua-ltag .v. PlHTiCOk

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War-time Experiences [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

War-time Experiences An interesting and instructive lecture* V'rs delivered in tlifc AL.P. Hall. 0'Neill- st.. Guildford, by Capt. W. Mclver, Order cl the Crown ^Belgium) Croiy De Guerre, late infollig^ce officer of the 15th In fant^' Brigade A.I.F. under the late General Pomr»'~v Elliott. The lecturer vividly portrayed his tour, commencing from th-» Tower of London and culminat ing in Persia, Armenia and thn Ca.ucn.% .wh^re hr» wns engaged on special duty whilst, attached to the Imperial Army. Thr area r.f his activity extended to the Ctivpian Sea and later he was associated with thf* control ©f an Armenian refugee mlrcat. in whirh thott^ands of thrse un fortunate prople 'perished, as t.he re-^tlt of Turkish atrocltir-s. In irovintr a vote of thanks. Mr. B. Suople. Granville, ex tolled the hieh int^rlectual standard of addres-% and renurft^ri thn lccturer to deliver a similar address in other centres.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

'CHApiftN^ ? For CHOICEST FKOIT &/ FKXSH VEGETABLES DAlWY. 140' MERPyLATTOS _/fiOAD, MERPYliAfl|n« Chllren Served' with lilffost Care and Attention.' N.'S.W. COUPONS GIVEN FREELY. Hon ie wife FUlowslIp for practical wear, - 1/6 etch at E.K, Line * Co, Guildford,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

Nurse robinsoj/ j ?' ' ' (Fonnerly'-gjipfcgr). \ / ! 29 SALISBURY ^ioSft.- jGIJILDFORI). { l-TBRTIHCAT^^a'.NjCi - y j aiso, iNpjaijB!,.MC!gsp. ? i Outdoor Cases In suRWQIlliMldtHsMpte.'y I- \\ 5 WINOGIXO ^ST., ? ... . AgenU for A; W. A, and AfRZONE ! RADIO. '* 'c . HOME DEMONSTRATIONS ARR^N-iED j 'Phone tJW87«^ STAN. 62 CROSS STREET. i ? FUEL' ? ! AJfio . Sand, . Ashes, ' ^ ' order -at Greentree^^^^^s^p; ^.v' ~ i Hid Co., ^

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

? ? ? Your Winter Suit WITH THE STYLE AND COT .THAT DETERMINE SMART APPEARANCE ORDER NOW!! Prices from £3/3/0 You pay 3/3 weekly. j/J ALL WORK CUT AND MADE IN OCR OWN WORKROOMS. 1/ O V E R C O AT iTP E C I A L S : D.B. Body Fitting, 39/1 1 You pay 2/- weekly. Leather Coats 84/' You pay 4/3 weekly. WE GIVE l'OU A PERSONAL ?G^ARANTEJK ! SWEATER COAT BARGAINS : ZIPP FASTENERS, BLACK. AND WHITE DESIGNS, Black and WhitePulIovers 14/1 1/ AT / BRADLEY'S MERRYLANDS & IVERPOOL. BED SPOT COUPONS. ALL CASH . ORDERS ACCEPTED. TENNIS PLAYERS! BENTLEY'S TOUkNAMENT RESTRINGS ? 15/- B EN T LEY'S SPECIAL 8/6, Sold elsewhere 9/ RACKETS ON EASY TERMS. KRAK-SHOT SENIOR RACKETS, urially 75 /-, REDUCED to 60/- See Our 'EXPERT' RACKET, 55/-. MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE, Sole Distributors for Krak-Shot on SOUTHERN LINE. RADIOS ! Why Not Have THE BEST ? CHOOSE YO'JR RADIO wlicc Quality is Fai amount, where the Range is Unrivalled and Terms the Easiest. SIMPGOM'S arc Distributors for FISK RADIOES, ATRZON...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

CAREY'S CITY-PRICE DRAPERS & MERCER$. Job Purchase of Dress Flannels . ' A SPECIAL VELOUR FINISH ALL-WOOL FLANNEL. ? full double width, in Black, Navy, Fawn. Grey and RoyaL Usual * P rice 4/9' JOB PRICE, 2/11 Jd Yard. . fi FINLAY'S TWILL SHEETING, Double Bed, White. JOB PRICE 2/6ijrard. ' Laconia Blankets at Sydney Prices THESE ARE ALL GUARANTEcD. FOR TWELVE YEARS ? -! Avoid door-to-door .canvassers of Blankets— -You Pay More at th£ door# COMPARE THESE PRICES. Single Bed 25/-, Threeqaarter, 35/-, Double Bed 3'/6, Extri V Large Siie 47/6 Pair. LAY-BYES AND CASK ORDERS AT THESE PRICES. Knitting Wools at Sydney Prices , ? . I GOLDEN WATTLE, in Thirty Shades, 1 oz. Skein . ./?. .... 6d Sl^eln U'COLN 2 asd 3 Ply SUPER, all Shades._. ? 7Jd Skeln_ 1 'LINCOLN' CREPE ' WOOL, all Shades ? ' Hd Skein ENTER for the KNITTING COMPETITION, School of Arts, July 3, FLANNELETTES. 30 in., Solt and Cozy, Whit/ and Colors 7}d yard, 6/11 doz. / DOUBLE BED WHITE SHEETS, Pure QuaHJg/Usual 12/6. NOW...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
2GB HAPPINESS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

2GB HAPPINESS CLUB 2GB Happiness Club's reorganisation meeting was held in the School of Arts, Merrylands, on Monday afternoon. A lady representative from 2GB presided, and in a very tactful manner explained the reasons for the meeting and asked all present to give their svmpathv and sup port .to the branch officers who may be -FHwuicu, lurgei past nappemng&, ana make a new start as- one hapov family. About 25 were present from Guildford, Merrylands and Farramatta. The elec tion of officers resulted: President, MrS. A. Naismithi; hon. secretary, Mrs. Alexander. It was pleasing to see many of the original members preseni who signified their willingness to again take an active interest in the club. Letters of appreciation were read from' citizens ? for the great help and assistance irend^ ered by the .club. f

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

GUILDFORD Mr. Dave Clark, returned roldier, of Mllitery-road, is again; in hospital for treatment. Mir. Kennedy, of Swift-street, railway relief officer, hp* been transferred from Goulbum relief staff to H&wkesbury River. The Stork \islted the home of Mrs. King, of O'Neill-ctrret, and l^ft a bonny sen to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crrwyr. He will have three great names given him — John Henry Thomas . Mr. Wilson. Fenlor, of Roseb^rv-road, is an inmate of the Prince Alfred- Hos- pital, Camperdown. POULTRY THIEVES ACTIVE Last Friday night two lots of fowls were stolen in Guildford, end the police are warning the public to keep a sharp look out for thieves. ACCIDENT IN FOG The friends of Mr. Jack Cooper, lof O'Neill-streeu son of the local black Smith, wish him a speedy and complete recovery after his accident. He -was caught in a fog near Wyong last sundav week, after iomlng home to see his near ton, and was returning to Newcastle, where he is stationed a lineman in tlie Potlal Departme...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Member's Return U.A.F. VICTORY SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

Member's Return U.A.P. VICTORY SOCIAL To celebrate the election of Dr. Fleck, M.L.A. for the second time, Merrylands branch of the U.A.P. held a victory social in the local Masonic Hall ou ' Tuesday night. Despite the inclement weather, there was a good attendance, and the conamons certainty aid not -tamper tneir spirits. Dancing to music by Merry makers orchestra, with Mr. A. H. Hillier as M.C. the danccrs thoroughly enjoyea themselves. Nicely rendered vocal solos were con tributed by Mrs. McMurtrie cvWben Song is Sweet' and 'They Say',, Mr. Ritchie r'Will o' the Wisp,' 'I Hear you Calling me,' 'in Sheltered Vale' and 'In Blos som Tme') and Mrs. (Davis C'Robln Adair' and 'Smilin' .Thro'). The lucky ticket was held by Miss D. Tigar: Mr. Bright won a novelty waltz, and Mr: and Mrs, J. Lulng a Monte Carlo. Mr. Hillier introduced Mr. W. G. Mc . Leod, president of the local branch, who welcomed Dr. and Mrs. fleck, and con gratulated the member on his success. He specially mentioned die ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

V, On view : A Copy of the De Luxe Edition of the Encyclopaedia to be given to 'Telegraph' Readers. / Also a Copy of 'EVERYWOMAN'S HOME DOCTOR,' being Btven'to read ers of 'Woman.' ^ 'THE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S WEEKLY' is having Its second birthday this week, and lo celebrate the occasion there is to be a special issue. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD y/ = R. SWEETNAM, Pro prletor SERVICE WORK EX ECCTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED \t CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONE: tJW61I2 I PER MANENT WAVING / \ I 12/6 to 25/. yj | i EUGENE METHODS, GUARANTEED SIX TO NINE MONTHS. ; ; 'soft natural waves, with ringlet ends. I : ABSOLUTELY LATEST METHODS AND MACHINES USED. J S PERSONAL EXPERT ATTENTION. ! j THELMONE SALON, j ? 3 Cross Street ? Guildford ? CAMPBELL'S MERCERY AND SHOE STORE (OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) Specials for this Week: Prepare for Winter! MEN'S FLEECY-LINED SHIRTS or PANT...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

William Metcalfe & Co. LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS, - in CHURCH BT.. PAR&AMATTA, V\V 8837 and VXV 8838. FUNERALS CONDUCTED AT LOWEST RATES. WE HATO NO CONNECTION WITH I ANT CITV FIRM. TAXISf . AND ' t private Hire ®Car& E. 1 DEVESON, MenylJindB Phone: UW9693

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