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Never be an Alderman IT'S KICKS, KICKS, ALL THE TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

Never be an Alderman IT'S KICKS, KICKS, ALL THE TIME. 'Don't seek 'municipal honor's unless you have plenty of spare time; can afford the obligations of office; risk an aotlon ' for divorce on the grounds of desertion, and have a hide like a rhinoceros.' This advice was tendered by Aid. C. ^Hmeron. 01 K.unng-gai council, wno said that it was hard to understand why persons of average intelligence under took the responsibilities involved in elec tion to a council. 'A new member soon realises that he is no longer a free agent, but rather ex pected to be a means whereby some resi dent hopes to cb'ain some favor,' said Aid. Cameron. 'As foon as he rem em - bprr. that his duly is to resident*? gener ally, he comes in for considerable critic ism from those hoped to receive preferential treatment. 'Possibly th'1 fmprprifiliv? electors think he will get Hs reward In h^nven: f-ut the le.cs a^ureciativ® trke pains to s°9 that I)*1 knows just vh?* they think ; of him while he is yet alive.'' Th...

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

McDONALD'S, Guildford's City-Price Mercers and Drapers Men's ALL-WOOL PLANNER? S'll Worm Winter PYJAMAS, fp&n 4/- »r. I COAT SHIRTS. 3,'U. ijjf. 5 GOLF SHIRTS trhtn 2/11 10 8 11 ; DRESS SHIRTS ? 8/11 to lO.'O ' BOYS' SERGE TROUSERS V.. 2/fi ~ LADIES' SCARVES ? ? ? 1/11 Ladies' SILK -fe WOOL HOSE, 1/11 FURE LINEN TEA TOWELS . 1/6 Traced Aprons, Centres & Tablecloth* | S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN. LAY-BYES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED. j ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, AND ALL CLASSES OP PRIVATE HIRE. ' Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. J. ME ALIA, Proprietor. WYNYARD STREET ? GUILDFORD r MERRYLANDS GARAGE OPP. PICTURE SHOW, MERRYLANDS. J (J. WAYMAV, Proprietor) ^ y WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. RING UW980I, BY SERVICE WE GROW, f _ :S-- THE BEST WAY WE KNOW. - f Merrylands Motors \ (E. W. VIVIAN, Proprietor) . MER...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday Services, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday Services, June 9. 11 a.m., Corp. Williams. 2.45 p.m., Sunday School. 7.15 p.m., Mr. G. W. Gorton.

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

DON'T RISKJFAILURE - ADVERTISE TOUR SOCfAL AND OTHER. FUNCTIONS THE COST 16 SMALL— THE QAIN IS IARQB. Almya remember 'The Bnwhauter pies rifhl 'Into -the homes, and deli vera yoar Invitation, to .every member b( the household. . Don't have, people paying to you, after- . wards* ''I would have come to your social ?tf I hatf -knowa it wm on/;. . ^ . 'THE BROADCASTER. : Liverpool, r««

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

LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST C. E. at 10 ajn. Lord's Table, 11 a.m. Speaker, broth er I. F. Torode. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evening Service, *7 pjn. speaker, E. Palgrave. 5

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

Friday & Saturday, June 7 & 8 .\M#r7, Also, ^ICTOR McLAGLAN and EDMUND LOWE, in s /Under Pressure5 Free, Sweets at Matinee ?' , ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? __J ? . ^ Mo&Jfe Tues., June 10 & 1 1 jr # roMiifeAOWy, ijgjsg&aBBm 9 * ?.* 4 iLfa ltiHHBl®S-3^roYP6\ ^^^^?^?BRSwuhiiiiionX A SUPER PROGRAMME ! REGIS TOOMEY , and RAYMOND HATTON — in — \ __ 'V 'feed Morning' News and Travelogue. Mpnday Night Only In response to numerous requests, we present the Second Edition of ComsMlh Corner Performed by CHILDREN OF GUILDFORD. £Jew Songs. New Dances. New Jokes. Come and ' Have the Laugh of Your Life ' ' DULCIE G. ROHAN (Pupil of Brunton Gibb) ! \ TEACHER OF ELOCUTION j 1 12 TALBOT ROAD, V | GUILDFORD j R. H. JORDAN I Butcher ^ GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFORD QUALITY MEAT. . BEST ATTENTION Special Attention Given to Children UNDER NEW' 'MANAGEMENT M. TAYLOR, / (late' LAMB'S) / 359 GUILDFORD ROAD CONFECTIONERY, SOFT DRINKS and GROCERIES WE CATER for AFTERNOON TEAS OUR HOM...

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

MERRYLANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Divine Service, 11 &An.. 7.15' pm., preacher, Mr. R. M. Somerville.

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

si^^GnELtT * BROUGHTON ST.. GUILDFORD Sunday, 7.15 pjn., Mr. J. Ash wood. Tuesday, 8.15 p.m., Mr. R. Slank. Th\irsday, 8, Young .people's Meeting.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLY HATCHING Advantages Outweigh Objections. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

EARLY HATCHING Advantages Outweigh Objections. Writing in the 'Agricultural Gazette' for -May, ^he Government Poultry Expert makes out the following strong case for early hatching. Arguments are frequently advanced, he says, against early hatching owing to the fact that the birds, paricularly the jigot oreeofi, natcnea out in June ana July break into a (partial moult early In - the following year. There arc other con siderations, however, which outwedgh this objection. : In the first place the surplus rnriy cockerels can be marketed before the gilt season commences, and, if twell grown, which the early cockerels usually are, they realise hlejhcr prices at young er age than' those hatched later. More - - over, ibosa'-Tcserved for stud puipo«es .will .. be oldjenouph to breed from at he be ginning -of the next season. The same . - applies to early pullots with regard to breeding from theim the following season, I snd as they- should come on. to jlay by Novpmber the oeqj production wil...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES "LANCERS" GIGANTIC OUTDOOR SPECTACLE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

FILM FLASHES 'LANCERS' GIGANTIC OUTDOOR SPECTACLE For the physical equipment of the big gest outdoor spectacle since the advent of talking pictures, Paramount's 'The Lives of a Bengal Lancer,' which screens at the Merrylands Cinema this Satur day, Monday and Tuesday evenings, and matinee. on Saturday, over tour thousand uniforms, two thousand hois es and thousands .of rifles wert employed. Hie picture Is a stirring account ol the exploits and adventures of . the world's most famous cavalry unit. GABLE RIDES For the first time in more than a year Clark Gable was given official per mission to ridt' a horse for a sequence in 'Chained' his new MetroGoldwyn Mayer picture, to be shown at Merrylands Cinema this Saturday, Monday and Tues day evenings, (and matinee on Sathrday. GIRLS, COMEDY AND HIT TUNES Girls, melody and laughs play equal parts In Paramount's campus comedy, 'Co lege Rhythm,' coming next Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday to the uKiijitAuw vy»ki?uta, wiwi joe remier heading th...

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

Motpf Boat Racing ijt The Otepwatcr Motor ? Boat Club finished their W34-35 racing season last „ Saturday 'WWirffl programme of three races and cta&Ifinlslics wero tile order of the da$? 'fea*ing on 'the Upp Banks lown course will start again about the second week in Sptembcr, 1935. In the meantime cruisers, stJeedboats, outboards and hydroplanes will all under®) a complete overhaul. Results .of races, Crulsn- Handicap, 3 miles, Club trpjmy, Sundowner .8. arum inett) 1st, Tliistle -rear -commodore J. McMillan) 2nd. Inez (vice-commodore H. J. Brown) 3rd. Won by 7 sees, with 1 sees, between^ocond and tliird. Dreiaing heat lor Mrs. J. McMillan's trophy, MisS A. B. (B. Mac farlane) wi6h J,wo firsts and one second. Miss A: B. -B. Macf&rlanc) 29.26 jn.p.h. 1st. Wasp 11; -E. Nuim) 35.64 2n'd. Woii bv 2 .vcohds. ' Point score. Miss A. B 4 1st, Wa^-11^2nd,, WoBga6 3rd. . Outlwai^ aaSBpeMtowat handldcap, Club trpphy|6giBe£. Pirat heat: Thistle it H* ^ 3- 28^0 .atod Wasp 11 34....

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

Loftus Park. The Public Works Department have completed the storm water channel, and are now ipuUlng the finishing touch on the last of five concrete bridges tha \ epan the canal at the various' Streets.' These structures arc 66 feet wide;' the full width of the road. Tills work -=w hen completed twill be a boon to the district, and enhance th^ vnluo in nrm^H.v The Railway Department have com pleted the survey for the traffic subway near Oxford-street.' Tlicsc Improvements are due to a.' good live progress associat ion, who are untiring In their efforts to improve the district, A tragedy was narrowly averted ou Wednesday of last week, when a young man mistook the channel for a concrete rd„ and stepped Into it — ?&, dinosp of 15 feet. . His cry-brought two young men who help ed him to safety. On Saturday night a horse followed, his example but war not so fortunate and had to Stay the night . in the drain. On Sunday morning will ing hands rescued the horse from his perilous po...

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

'Good Old Days''.^ It is as diflicult now to *vi si on and llccnce of the election da jrefstfvfirtSp- odd years ago in Sydnej' -as tt ^roiild have been then to imagine '4he orderly nature of the proceedings to-day. Wlten electors' rights were issued, of course, it was easy to buy votes by 'the direct method, and election day would be a very busy one to a property-owner who wanted to reg ister his vote in all ihe electorates, where he held a 'property vote.' It took a long right to establish the one-man-one-vote principle, which seems the «nly logical one to-day, .Even the building of the hustings whlch were put up In Hyde .Park, Befanore Park, and .similar places was a medium -for' baying ♦he votes of people for wlwm jbbs weire secured. These hustings were sometimes pulled down by rioting mobs, and on ou«* occasion one was set on fire. Liquor had a large part in every election— «o large than ' even 'Tomato' Jess op, for .years MX. A. for ? Waverley, although^ tie Was president of th...

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

MERRYLANDS PERSONAL Mrs. Jamieson, of Myall -street, who hat beei sick lor some time. Is oow resalnlnfl haatth. . *« ' Eileen Weeks (6), of 62 Station-street, is In hospltaJ with ffdStritis. . Peerl^ Brown (fi). of Pltt-strect, was knocked dovi-n by a boy riding a bike in Merrylands-road last week while return ing aome from scnool. Leslie Glliard (16), or Brentnall-street, fell off his cycle recently and broke Ihls arm. He Is r-tlll receiving treatment at Parramatta DistiJct Hospital. Aid. Campbell spent the week-end witli his relatives a* Llthgow. Mr. George Hannan, of Fowler's Ave., eecretarj' of the A grade football club, was operated Upon on Tuesday In Par ramatta Hospital. MEDAL POUND A roynl life-saving medal ls-~-ued to F. C. Moran has b*vn fo»i«d and mm- b' had on appiicatlr^n 1o 'Channon's' fruit I ? shop, 140 MeTT^tanris-yttd . OBITCJAnY Mr. Lerov The dentil orcurred suddenly on Sat urday, June J. of Mr. I-roy. of Sherwood road, Mnrn'lands. MP. Leroy was a retired business...

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

; ^You niy.W oire^'iptee 'wllH a claim ;or bigidJ^ulatJc^^^o^y: a «mall per , to you. matter be. i

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

TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION C Grade — Div 1: Rainbow v Ylthan, no result; Bodean 5/43 d. Ciaremont 4/35; The Corals 8/50 d. Boronia 1/18; Laurels 8/52 d. Cheerio 1/18. Dlv. 2: Boronia v Halcyon, no result; Delmante 5/44 d. Coolah 1 4/41; Edenlea 6/47 d. Rainbow 3/37. Div. 3: Belmont 6/43 d. Coolah H 3/40; The Laurels 7/47 d. Merryville 2/31; Loftus 7/46 d. Ylthan Jun. 2/30. Novice Div. — Delmonte 9/54 d. Merry ville 0/21; Haarcourt 5/47 d. Laurels 4/39; The Corals 5/45 d. The Niven 4/39; Loftus 9/54 d. Edenlea 0/21. Sunday rooming gent's., B grade Laurels 11 5/41 d. Halcyon 3/22; Laurels I 4 38 d. Delwbod 4/37. The above matches started on May 19 and finished on June 2. C Grade — -'Bodean I 8/48 d, Clarcmout 0,15; Rainbow 5/44 d. Coolah 3/33; Bodea n 4/29 d. Merryville 4/26. Ladies' Mid-week — All Sports 8/48 d. Rainbow n 0/18; Ciaremont 6/42 d Boronia 2/25; Morryvlllc I 8/48 d. Loftus 0/18: Laurels 8/48 -L Merryville n 0/21; Rainbow 7/44 d. Halcyon 1/22. -

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

Misses D. and E. TIGAR / DBESSMAKEES. / SATISFACTION GUARANTEED^/ 252 MERRYLANDS ROAD, MEERIIJINDS. ~ M. J. LAMBERT, t 2« WOODVILLE ROAD. GROCERIES AMD CONFECTIONERY MOBS and HANDLES ... 1/- and 1/ii BROOMS .. .. .. .. .. 1/3 apMl/» SCRUB BRUSHES .. .. .. mjlzcb ? ? \Wpkt CLOraES LINES .. .. flS each Bread ! il|«ad! Bread ! . V- . ^Birr ?okvs one ' j ''??? equjA/ -1 ?? . y'- ' AND OUR. CART Wtti. COJu ... t. WE .DELIVER. pi District - 'of ' All-Wool iy eefl, ?Dblloe--35pecLils at ' E. IL line ' 4 Co,/ . V^Mditora. .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

v VIGOR O. GRANVILLE & DIST, ASSOCIATION A Very (appropriate name Air Lidcombe Vlgoro Club, * Jolly Girls,' as they are a Jolly lot. They played'BUver Stars at , Berala on Saturday and «ate a fair account or themselves. 111% new club should Add a good team in the coming competition. Next Saturday ttie Robins will assist the JoUy Girls by travelling to Berala to play a practice match. The following Saturday the new team com mences In the winter competition, and the association wishes them the best ol lulk. The draw for the first round also the situations of the playing areas will be published later. Ex-players or new glrlfe dfesirouis of entering clubs will be assisted if they communicate with the association's sec retary, R. Comer, 10 Pitt-st.f Granville West. MeaTjTnakers' Club On Saturday last, making their debut In A grade, the Merrymakers were suc cessful In defeating Argus. It was b wonderful performance on their part, as they only had eleven players and were behind on ...

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

FOR THE . . Choicest Quality Fruit IN 8EASOH. -. ' VISIT '--'V 1 REG. GREENTREE GUILDFORD'S I^nSptUHISCB 331. GU^roiro;§S^TOJ»5^D- Children Served Relief S.O.R. 'THE Broadcast' Telephonel&jinl^ - ^ LIVERI^^ '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD JUNE 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

THE CHURCHES BAPTIST CHURCH. GUILDFORD JUNE 9th. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY and YOUNG MEN'S DAY Special Speakers for all Three services: Mr. GARDINER, of China Inland Mis sion. 11 a.m„ Worship. 3 pjn.. Parents and Friends specially invited. 7 p.m.. Anniversary Singing continued: Young Men's Servicc. COME AND SPEND A GOOD DAY

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