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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935

People in NEWCASTLE DON'T Send to SYDNEY for Coal ! * -?- People in GUILDFORD and MERRYLANDS have NO NEED to leave their Own Town for ? ? I HARDWARE BUILDING MATERIALS, TOOLS, CROCKERY, PAINTS, Etc. ' t : WE SELL CHEAP, GIVE GOOD ATTENTION AND |§ APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS, Small or Large. WARMTH. IS L I F E ! . ^jl j RADIATORS ; \ 12/6 ? GRATES 10 A. 11/ 12/- : j' 'STOVES. ' 67/6,82/6, 87/6. BATH HEATERS 16/6. Stove Pipes Fjre Bricks Stpye Part* Ash Pui f VACUUM , iMmi, VM3/6, : ? ? ? j'1 SEE OUR CLOCKS, from 4/3 to 22/6. ? l r . Guildford Hardware and L. E. Young I ' ; NEAR STATION. m ^ KI ^ c * ? ' 1 ^ ' MERRYLANDS.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

U.B. Traced Aprons, from 4id each* at £, IL Line & Co., Guildford. .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

ENGAGEMENT Recently the engagement was an nounced of Miss D. Sueanne Hayman, only daughter of Mrs. Hayman and Mr. J. V. J. Hayman, F.I.C., of Auburn, to Mr. A. W. Fond. A. I.C. A., A.F.I.C., A.C.C.a, (England) etc.. of Chamber lain road, Guildford, Miss .Hayman has * chosen St. Johns Church. Parramatta, as tlie setting fsr her wedding.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

MURIEL BAXTER, FLORIST WEDDING BOUQUETS & WREATHS. . All Work of the Highest Standard' in^Floral Art. 5 WINGELLO ST. GUILDFORD, Telephone UW9747. HADDON'S The Quality: Butchers, GUILDEpMI. ' Thene :trjV9596, % t ORDii® DELIVERED. . Doifg^sKFm^p;:' ' j AD VERTiSB-YOUR SOCIAl/ANtil J ? tonoER fui-(ctions ' v ',}/%?'. i THE COSt3$ SMALL;— THE GAIN '% Alwavn rememfer 'j'Th. | pes light InU 'lhe jiomeSt And deliVg&i 1 your lOTitatloj^ tnry inenbfer 1 household. ^ ???o ??'?/ ' ? .-'?itf : 3 , Don't have people saying to you.after- | ' wards, 'I would hafoe come io your so&l j II I bad*W»$raii vision.*'; § | 'TEffi^iiaoADCASTER, -,#.1. |

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

'THE : Broadcaster' Telephone, Number LIVERPOOL ? 2 6 2 FOR SALE , FOR SAIjE, * iBlockwood 1/6 cut., 6/8 -juarlcr.-.ia/, (h(af ton, 22/ ton. qoal 2/ ' -ntt.:'-ODke l/6toae.. STUN BUQ$Y, 62 Cros6»Bt,v -Guildford. Order *t Oreehtree 'a CAREYS Sale Now On BARGAINS in EVERY SECTION. SALE Time is LAY-BY Time. UNLEACHED CALICO, 361n„ Pure. Quality. BARGAIN: 6d yd., 5/6 doz. ONBLEACHisio SHEETING, 54Ui]., Pure Quality. BARGAIN, llid yard UNBLEACHED SHEETING, 80in., Pure Quality. BARGAIN, l/4i yard UNBLEACHED SHEETING, our Famous Quality., 3 years' Guarantee, Plain and Twill— 54in. 1/G1, 72ln. 1/8, 8in. l/io; yard. PURE WHITE CALICO, 30in, SPECIAL BARGAIN, 7Jd yard, 7/G dOZ. WHITE PILLOW SLIPS, made of Pillow Cotton, 6d, 7id, 8id, Did, 10 Id ca. FINLAY'S PURE WHITE SHEETTIN G, Twill, 80m. BARGAIN 2/6 yalti. BARBERS TOWELS, 'Good Quality ? Fire for 1/ FLANNELETTE, 28in., Cosy Quality, White and Colors, 7d yard, G/9 doz. Laconia Blankets, 12 Years' Guarantee ? Double Bed, 36/- pair. BERLEI CO...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD CAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

OlIILDFOBD l CHAMBER OF . . COMMERCE. Messrs. Beddler. Andrews and Sheri dan, delegates from the Associated phembera of Oommerce addressed the member J of Ouildford Chamber of Commerce at a meeting on Tuesday night,. 2nd. They received a favorable hearing.' A. strong plea for unity was put for ward. TOe rales tax was described aa an. Increafllng burden cn business. i It- was decided to invite Fairfield BAvi (IE players In uniform) to play in Gulittord on Wday evening, July 12. I- Mri^WlUlatns offered to provide office facillfles lree for ow» day per iponth, tor':%p ifBDoOit, to allow of the r local .electric. .ac- . counteiifpcceptaJjle. Crttenlt at the meeting were Messrs. tinifs, WlUams Cork, Baxter, Peterson,. . |«^Mi'aad.8mlth..: ,-'? ???

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

I ? ? ? t ? - ? ? FRIDAY & SATURDAY WILL ROGERS in ? f. Life Begins at Forty ''NEWS REEL, CARTOON. Free Sweets at the Matinee [?] Monday & Tuesday ffllRHEY TEMPLE n ! ^ MONDAY & WEDNESDAY NIGHTS : Stirling the Hypnotist \ See him put the Girl asleep Monday night, and wake her on Wednesday night at the Vaudeville. She will be asleep in ; the vesti j bule from Monday night until Wednesday ? 1 nigfht ! - ? NURSE BROAD 36 MANCHESTER STREET, MERRYLANDS. CERTIFICATED. A.T.N.A. 'Phone UW9400, Outdoor Cases in Surrounding Districts. 'The' BARGAIN Store AT STATION, GRANVILLE. PONY PLOUGH ? 30/ FEED CUTTER ? 15/- INOUBATOR, Laree ? 50/ Feoders, Cycle, Prams, Playground. A?. J. .LAMBERT,' 214 WOODVILLE ROAD. PLEZALL (Scone Mixture) . . . 816 pkt. DATES, Fresh ? fid lb. CHEESE SAVOURY ? 6id bot. K.I. P. CLEANER' ? 35d tin EN ROUTE TO THE 'REGENT1' Call at M. TAYLOR, .359 GUILD IX) RD ROAD. UP-TO-DATE SUNDAE & MILK BAR LATEST GUZiBRANSEN REFRIGER ATOR for SmallsoD...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSPECTOR AND CITIZEN Counter Complaints [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

INSPECTOR ANP CITIZEN : 'i ' . . ? ;^ Co»hler.CoinBl»iiili 7 .. . *'?- HawUHme^ ^ M£t77bhds, compiained of ' Vt :«hat she ^«M^ins1innjtttaig'1-plavltiUr of coun v. *U-^n«KcttnY in-. flalgh, when he went that the lady ' H #nd it was car the &aMtyai±#l-Wt;4i»atcwir to take action ? ' U JWl'-ihe wtlter MU iw In j ron^f jhMflpMi^ talfea n wrlous vlaw js **at-area to stand by.5ih: -olrioers to #*:«*eciitiOT of tholr I

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIEST'S 'SILVER JUBILEE Presentation at Granville [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

PRlEStT'kV 'SILVER JUBILEE 1 rrcscntation at Granville I At tlie Joum Hall, Granville, on Mon day, the parishioners of the Holy Trinity. Church gathered to make, a prescntefton to Rev. Father Haljjin, p.p., oil the^fc son of his ialtainnicnt of 05 yo? Wot ' , priesthood. 1 \ On behalf of the parisliioncrs, Rev. Fr. Riley presented to tha guest a gold chalice, . His congratulatory remarks were endorsed by Fr. Power (Douglas Park), Fr. McDon ald (Parramatta)/ Fr. Harrington (Gultd ford-FairfieMJf and Fr. McNally (Parra matta). other speakers iwere Messrs. J. Higgins, R. Potts^and E. Lee.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HO[?] BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

IIOL^Id BUILDINGS I The folteroM ai-plications to build liave bceii MfTO'ed by Ilolroyd Council : H. G Horw-w^».rick cottage. Westmead, £1,12 I; R. Cuggfi, w.b. cottage, Newman st„ Merrylan«P$350; A. McCorthy, w.b. cottage, qbetnd-rd., Guildford, £350; J. W. Summjlv garage, St. Ann-st., 1 Merryland^gJBfiS A. M Gates, vi'orkshop, -SA GiUldfordqwT^hildford, £25; M; Kinjy, garage ^ftwMg'kghop, Hawksvlew-rcL, . 1 GuildfoTd,'?3S88|3* il Long, w.b. cottage, & May's Iiill,iC^0Oj^A. Douglas, w.b. cottage,* 5 v MUls-st;, Merrylands, £423; F. R. Ains- ?& tworth, w.b. .cottage, Glrraween, £300.— 1 Total, £3,123. ** ? ^

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. & C. District Council MOVEMENT LAUNCHED, AND OFFICERS ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

P. & C. District Council MOVEMENT LAUNCHED, AND OFFICERS ELECTED At a meeting of delegates from district Parents and Citizens* Associations held in the Junior Technical College, Granville, cn Monday night, officers were elected for a District Oouncll; the formation having been decided upon at a ^previous meeting. Mr. M. Adams presided, and Mr. G. S. Mallinson acted as secretary. TTie chair man outlined briefly the proceedings at the intial meeting (reported in a previous issue); he also referred to the annual ineeung ox ine i-vaeration cl P. and C.A. held ait Newcastle recently. Mr. A. 8. Gerrand, prosid?nt of the Federation, attended the meeting, and in the course of an address and in' answer to questions- gave a good deal of Infor mation. The purpose of the District! Oouncll twas to have associations groups with similar Interests so that they could co-operate for the advancement of all. At the annual conference of the Feder ation matters of policy and general inter est wou...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FELLOWSHIP DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

FELLOWSHIP DANCE Merrs'londis Presbyterian Fellowship , hold *, very successful dance in the local School of Aits, tojganised by Mastars Rnsseai McClintock end Norman Mclntyre two keen FelLowsiiippers. In a waltzing competition, judged by Mrs. Davidson, ol Campbelltown, Miss March and Mr. G. Watt were successful A number of visit- ^ I j, nrg .cflTPPjrwn jPiiTrmmrllny di9t.ri2ts- _ __ ..J

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. RICHARDSON—HOGER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. \ RICHARDSON— HDGER A pretty little weddfng tocfc place at | St. Barnabas' d)urdh of England, Fair field, on Saturiay. June 29, when Thelma, second eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hc^er, Cross -f reel, Guildford, u-as mar ried to Mr. William Eric Richardson, eldest sen of Mrs. Scott, cf Old Guildford. The brid? was dressed fin white intin with a train lined with pale pink. The veil was sen:, by the bride's cousin of New Plymouth, New Zealand, and the 01 enge blos-cni which was over 28 years old, was given by a friend of Ihe bride groom. Miss Ethel Hcger, the bride's cousin, acted as bridesmaid, and was dressed in pale blue. The bale's sister Eileen and little j Gwm Sinnntt were flower girl ard traJn | b?orer. both dressed in pale pink gcor- ? ; rft-tte ..vith silver head bands, j Mr. Norman Pidgcon was best man. and the bride was given away by her father. * Th; wedding cake was made by a friend cf the bridegrcrm. At the reception held in the home v-f the bride's par...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£40,000 FOR HOLROYD Sewer for Merrylands [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

£40,000 FOR IIOLROYD . Sewer for Merrylands The Water Board has approved of the - expenditure of £32,000 for the improve ment to the water supply from lioloyrd zone storage reservoir; £650 for amplifica tion of a main in Greystantt-ioati; and £9,200 for sewerage to sorve Merrylands shopping area.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREFERENCE TO DIGGERS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

PREFERENCE TO DIGGERS. (To the Editor) I Sir. — Ald'rman Cook, in company with c'hers, appears to want a preference in rrgard to the Act in question, but arc net prepared to give It to the Digger. Why should the councils be different from every other employer? The position ol the councils has been tint they were only bound to give a preference to returned Solders, 4,oth?r things beln? equal.'.' AH that the recent legislatibn h?-s done is to repeal this special legislation in regard t? councils, and put than on the same position ar. th? Crcwn, or any private employer. It mill prctably take a few prosecutions of priva4? firms and employers to con vince the public th^t it d-'r relato to ether things -than 5filr* and munictpoi cr.uncils. If lmd a p:'\*Ir«p end abused it. tli?re is only one thing to dc — take it away from them, even though it may bs hard on *cme who abided by it ? It Is strange that the people elect men .. tr. admtnirer Acts in fair and impartial manner, and 'hen And the...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Publicity Spirit Community Voice Directed to Town Requirements [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

Publicity Spirit Community Voice Directed to Town J Requirements Watsonville (California) post office be came dilapidated. Heating, lighting, sani tation were not up-to-date in the eyes of citlzcns. So they told the Federal Post master-General through the columns of their local newspaper, not forgetting to mention other drawbacks, such as leaks in the roof, dark lobby, worn floors, lack cf fpace, and general ob^ole^cencc. acfuss the fronl page the main head ran: 'Post Office Need Arousos WsisonviUc.' This was followed by a strong article. At the foot of the cage two advertisements an ounccd, 'Yes, Mr. Farley, Watsonville Needs a New Port Offce Because {— ' and then the particular reasons of those particular advertisers. Every . advertise ment in the paper opened 'with the same sentence, one by Uie Chamber of Com merce taking a full page. Each gave additional reasons why there should be a new post office.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Twenty-one To-day. MERRYLANDS LADY HONORED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

Twe'nty-one To-day. MERRYLANDS LADY HONORED I A happy festive gathering lodk place at the Mawnlc Hall. Merrylands. on Sat urday e^ning last in cdebratton of the ccxnlng-of-age cS Mte Glenusse Yung, young:1 1 d-auihter bf Mrs. J. M. Yung, ci Merrylands. The hall was prettily decor ated in orange and lemon streamers, with flowers and fernery inter nn-ssd in suit able corners. Over 80 (Men-li cf the guest cf honor, seme of whom had come 1-roi ft stflnt p^rts cf the State, assrmblcd to enjoy the very €XceUcmt programme of dan .es, games and novelties arranged under the direction of Mr. E. Thcmas, of Rsrfcdale, who carried out his duties as M.C. In a mcrt creditable manner. The music su''plied by ThcmaV orchestra, under the able lead?rr'hip of Mr. Tom Balmer, cf Merrylands. An enthus^s'F.cally received number was an old-time we Tains ? competition, which wps won fcy IMi«'- L. Grar«t and , Mr. w. Twist. The musical arms cont-r.t j fell to the skill cf Mis-. I*. Grant: wlile che spot waUs ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TREATING SNAKEBITE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

TREATING SNAKEBITE A lad Jn th? Bcga (N.S.W.) district was. bitten by a black snake. He immediately^. c hopped the bitten finger off with an axe, and was taken to Bega Hospital little the worse for his experience. This item of r news illustrates two ^ingF- to a bushman. ' Firstly, although it' is very late in the ? year for a black ? snake to b? abouf, .it shows thot snakes do not entirely hlber nato for tlic winter as is popularly sup posed. I have seen snakes cut on rocks funning themselves in the middle of winter. On a very ttrarm day a make will .occne out to ba£k in the sun, no matter wbafbme of the year it is. Secondly, the - lad was foolish to have chopped his finger off. ^ This 'process In case of snakebite 1s unnecessary; indeed, dt is extremely dangerous. There 4s a possibility of not bplng able to slop the bleeding, damaging the bone ro that it ^vill iu\t heaX and : getting nn Infodion in the stump. By simply tying a ligature round the'base of Uw finger and another round ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

1 1 TO-NIGHT (Thursday) and TO-MOHROW (Friday) at S ' p.m. — Last }; /mights ,fii JAIULS CAGNEV and PAT O'BRIEN In Warner Bros.' f Thrill Special— : {J 'HERE COMES THE NAVY.' i Also, Viclur BlcLagicn' atid Edmund Lovfc in 'THE GREAT MOTEL . I j ' MURDER.' * Fitday Only: Gtli Episode of 'THE BED KIDER.' MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. Reservations at Shop adjoining Xiiea'.re, or at Theatre, 'phona UW9778. No Extra Charge for Booking. This SAT., MON., TUES., JULY 6, 8 and 9 : lEvem..£* only al 8 p.m. See below lor Special Saturday Matinee Programme) .The J'ieture tiial will make you Happy whether you waul to be or not! It's a Swell Show! WSmmF ' ' - J?flP Superlative Associate Feilure; COXSTANCj BENNETT and HERBERT MARSHALL, Hie screen's newest * romantic team iti Michael Arlcn's nto t widely di*cus^ed slory — I 'OUTCAST LAD Y.' ! Spccia] 3ddcd Shorl Subject: 'THE M'fcCTALXE MAKfcK,1* (Musical - * . fantasy in Technicolor). SATURDAY MATINEE at 2 p.m.: Aline McMahon and Guy Kibbec in...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

— — ) TAXIS, i \ AND , ^ t'rivate Hire Qars. E. DEVESON, Merrylands Phone: UW9693

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