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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
1 NEW RADIO BOOK. THE RADIO PICTORIAL OP AUSTRALIA is a New Moiitlily Book j j*? oi Sixpence, featuring articles and illustrating relative to the Broadcast hf' ing Studios and Personalities. This book lias a mass of information handled in a bright way, of interest to Listeners-ln. r AUSTRALIAN HOME JOURNAL — Don't miss the Competition In tlic 1 July issue which also has a Free Knitting Supplement. SHOPPING BASKETS— All the Latest Shapes from 2/3. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD ? K. SWEETNAM, Pro prlclor SERVICE WORK EX ECUTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STO CKED AT . CITY TRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONE: UW9112 Goitage ARE Kitchen /SLu Made WMlJW OBTAINABLE ONLY AT 350 Guildford Road McEwan's, Ltd. MERRYLANpS AND GUILDFORD v Bedrock Prices and Green Coupons. S.R. FLOOR, 2 pktE ? Bid J CHOICE WESTERN HONE V, 6id lb. j ' 12 oz. Tns CORNED MEAT .. .. 6id ' « lb. SALT ? 3d j MIXED BISCUI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
'HELLO! WHERE TO?' 'Off to McDONALD'S foe Another Shirt.' A NEW : RANGE JUST OPENED. , WINTER WEIGHT COSY PYJAMAS, Full-cut; FLANNELS, FLEECY LINED SINGLETS, EU. McDONALD'S, Guildford's City-Price Mercers and Drapers ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, ' ' AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. 1 Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. J. MEALIA, Proprietor. WYNYARD STREET ? GUILDFORD MERRYLANDS GARAGE OPP. PICTURE SHOW, MERRYLANDS. (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. RING UW3801. BY SERVICE WE GROW ? THE BEST WAY WE KNOW. Merrylands Motors W. VIVIAN, Proprietor) - * 172 Merrylands Road, MERRYLANDS. 'Phone : UW8608. OIL 5'- PER GALLON. ALL ACCESSORIES. WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING, BATTERY CHARGING. GENERAL REPAIRS AND OVERHAULING. WE SELL ALL CYCLE SUNDRIES. Cfaas. Kirkland High Class TAILOR 348* Guildfor...
SOCCER. S.D.F. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
S O C CE R. S.D.F. ASSOCIATION LaM Saturday's results: — All Age: Merrylands beat smlthfleld; St. John's Park beat Chester Hill; Guild ford Wanderers beat Cabramntta. Under- 16: Cabramatta beat I.O.O.F., 2-1. FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY NEXT All Age: Chester Hill v Msrrylands. 3 p.m.} Smlthfleld v Guildford Wanderers, 3; St. John's Park v CabramaUa. 3. Under 1G; Guildford Wands, v I.O.O.F.; Cabramatta a bye. NOTES I The concluding matches of the competi tion will be played on Saturday, after several deferred matches tlie 'one round' competition will commence. This will be fully discusred at the meeting on 10th instant. It looks a,s though there w'll be three teams level after the deferred matches are played, so there will be a semMlnal and a final.
Visit to Prospect ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
Visit to Prospect ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY. ! On Saturday last about 60 members ot ! tlio Po.vM Australian Historical Society * t visited ProcT)ect and insnected Uie dam ! and historical features in the locality. Mr. J. .5. Houlson. first to the as- | semWed company at the dam. and later at fit. Bartholomew's Church, spoke of f.ho history of Sydney's wat°r supply, which coTimenced. he said, with the ar rival ot Sydney from England In 1824 : rf Mr. John Busby, mineral surveyor trX tJm Government. A short distance from; ; Prospect Dam, is- 'Greystanes.' formerly (the home of Mr. Nelson Lawson. and this historic building wsls visited by seme of the party. St Bartholomew's Church, on the hilltop, commands a magnificent view of country that Is redolent with the mem ory of thr». foundation days of the State, and th'6 fact was stressed by the rector,. Rev. T. Terry, who, in the church, ex tended a welcome to the party. Mr. Houlson explained in detail Governor Philips' first exploration Jou...
DRUIDISM. MERRYLANDS LODGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
D R U I D I S M. MERRYLANDS LODGE - 1 Merrylands Druids a'tended in fo®6e, ? at the meeting h?ld in the Masonic Hall, Merrylands, on Tueyday night lait. The r.-casion wos a vi-n-t bom tlie .Grand Provident. Bro. W. C. Clepr?. wlio was acc^rnpanied by P.G.P. Bro. H. Clarke. Ero. Clegg received nn cnthu iaMic welcome and addressed the brethren upon tho progrov: of the society, pointing out that, despite determined op;xxsilton, tiigy/ were ijlill incra'. |jig- mcmb:»rf:lf|x antf st.ill had better benefits at a lower rate of contribution. The G.P. congratulated Uie lodge upon its -4fTlrt?ncy generally, cjipccialiy its r-uccess In ritual work. A presentation cf a hond.'ome smoker's stand .was made by Bro. Clcgg. at tJin rr»qu?st^c(f th? lodge, to P-o. G. P. Kcnt wpil sis tlie winner of a V.A. ritual cc-m- l-r-tition. Thn D.P.. Bro. W. Miller, inlro ?dur'-i th*r recipient. ? After the meeting 60 odd brethren ad Jrurned to the banquet hall to partake* of t,-»e hr*!pilnllty fir the 5i:--ial...
Happy Gathering. A GUILDFORD BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
Happy Gathering. A GUILDFORD BIRTHDAY PARTY \ A surprise party was given In honor of Miss V. Teaguefc 21st birthday at the home of her mother, Station-street, Guild ford, when SO gue&ts assembled to greet her. Upon her arrival, hands were Joined and 'She's a jolly good fellow' was sung; after which Mr. W. Teague, her brother, sent down a shower of confetti. She was then presented with a bouqurc cf £-jieet pea? from Mrs. Preston, of Palrfield. The cake .was tnade by her mother, and Iced, decorated and given by an esteemed friend. Mrs. Dimonde. Mr. E. Barlow acted as a capable M.C. A number cf birthday presents were received by the happy girl, and a Jolly evening was spent In games and dancing.
BIRTHDAY AND SURPRISE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
BIRTHDAY AND SURPRISE PARTY I A birthday party was given on Saturday last to Valerie, age 6, daughter of Mrs. Rivet, Swift-street, Guildford. Thirty- . Ave children were present. The tables were decorated in lemon- and gold. Val erie received & bsautiiui ca&e and many u'jeful presents After tlie party the chil dren enjoyed races 'and games. .Uncle Dawkie bled novelties to his coat and they had great fun chasing him to get thctn. A surprise party was then given to uncle, and a present was handed to him upsid? down by Ron Cooper and George Lorrimer. Supper was at 10 pjn. and the party continue© fill l a.m. It was a party to be remembered bv all who were present.
A MERRYLANDS EASEMENT. Advice to Progress Association (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
A MERRYLANDS EASEMENT- ? Advice to Progress Association , (To the Editor) Sir, — Re letter in your issue of the 27th ul-t., under the above heading. If ; Mr. Sllvcrstone wished to advi'v? thn Guildford Progress Association, why not write direct. ' What is the object of rul ing into print? The engineer in England , is very slow in replying, or is it that,tUiic mimcll Jias obtained Hie best local cptn- - ion.. It is admitted -^hat the water has baen running tlirough His property for the last 15 years, go council should not exper ience any difficulty with a drain in 1he natural watercouse. It would be. foolish to' make a road fbr the putposc of, carry- ing off surplus -water as suggested. From ; Mr. Riverstone's letter, it 'appeare: to be jU9t 'anoUier case of buyinjg land bn^ause it |s cheap, and expecting tiie rateppyens (council) to ini4-rove it. 'CYGNET.' Guildford, 28/6/35. ? '
Guildford Boy Scouts [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
' Guildford Boy Scouts The 1st Guildford Boy ScouU haw not been heard of during the last' few months. This is not due 13 Ja'i't of progre.ii, 'but i to the fast that all srctJons of the group hove been bu«v wSth their Cub and^cout work, respectively. The Cub section hae made very crediU able progress since last Easter. The A.CATfi. ML«s^ M. Wlillntnfi nnH I E. Rose, made a good start by attending I a course of training a,t Baden RyweJi Training Camp, Pennant Hills, and re l turned to their Wolf cub Pack full of enthusiasm end determination that the 1st Guildford Pack was not going to stop still. 'Progress' seemed to be the watch, word adopted, and before many weeks progress was noticeable. tariiUi a deter mination to enter into the Granville Dis trict competition for Cubs. The result was thai they won the first and second positions. First alx flras led bv Cub Lee Re*, and tile second six was Jed- by Cub Guy Painter. It may here bs mentioned that th'-s Pack had not been In existence ...
VIGORO. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
V I G O R O. Whacko! Again the Gold Diggers was victorious at the expense cf fc*)c Gum Blossoms, a Bladctcan team. .S»*ne niure gocd bowling ty G, Hazel and E. Tillman wrret through he Gum Blossrni brigade in flne rrtylc, with G. Hazel 5 for 11 and 4 for 6; E. Tillman 5 for 12 and 3 for 14. Th-» batting by all the Gold rv^gers was F-x!. with G. Porter and E. Tillman the shining lights. Taking all into consider ation dt -wa* a good gamp that all present | enjoyed. With the lnal scores: Gold Dig gers 44 sand 6 wtokcto declared for 48: Gum Blossom, 37 and 37; leaving the Dig gers winners by 5 wiekefc-. for 8 runs. j The Gold Diggers welcome all interested \ in /the game to come along and make a happy party. ' . of the Gold Di«*rs. L. Parter nn-l ! C. Portcs, are down vrftH the 'flu and all I hope for their speedy recovery . 1 rOSTFOJTCD MATCHES Matchc^ that sJiould have been plaved 011 June iwJJl be nlaycd on July (»:— Silver Star v Wcrriwa. Gordon and Han cork (to play on Werriwa's gr...
SNOOKER TOURNAMENT Guildford School of Arts [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
SNOOKER TOURNAMENT Guildford (School of Arts Results of gomes played: — Division 2: Round 2, Rogers (119) beat Matthews | ilU); F. CtennoUy (178) beatE. Single -114); W. Sutton (116) beat E. Haddou il07). Round 3: W. Sutton (120) beat F. Connolly -106). Aat the rate of pre- sent progress an early final may be ex pected in division 2. The gTand final frill then be played between JJhe winners of cach division » ? ' '
FILM FLASHES SCREEN BEAUTIES IN "HAPPINESS AHEAD" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
FILM FLASHES SCREEN BEAUTIES IN 'HAPPINESS AHEAD' The call for new faces on the screen is anpwcred by First National pictures In . a big way in 'Happiness Ahead,' which - comes to the Merrylands Cinema this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings. Th,: leading woman, playing ophite Dick Powell, is Josephine Hutchinson, a ncvccmer to Hollywood. Other new fpres are Margaret. CarLhn^ Louise Scidcl AvLs SL John, Rosalie Roy and Fres Lee, ftvc beautiful girls of decided lajenu. j\ext in importance to tnc lead ing role is the part of Josie, played by Dorothy Dare, formerly of the New York musical comedy stage. The picture is a thrilling rcmahcc with special musical . numbers and cplccd with comedy. ROMANTIC- MUSICAL COMEDY 'Two Hearts in Waltz Time,' which comcs to the Merrylands Cinema next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday even ings, is a romantic musical comedy, po r^ssing all tlv- factors of popular cnt^r tainment.r Lighthearted humour, beauti- I ful girls, lilting melodies, superb sing-- ...
HOLROYD SANITARY WAGGONS That Elusive Odour [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
HOLROYD SANITARY 4VAGG0NS ? TUat Elusive Odour vr ' Dr. Fiirdy. metropolitan med'ea! cflieer . of health has re.plled to H«lroyd Council ' etating that/ hi his ophiion.lt .tvoulii aerve . no uscful purpose to Inspect tbe?anltary , vehide jdi&ds In Jersey-nfed. -JiS ^repfiat^ ?; tospeAions ^mve shown ihax.^ie sne^. and - ^Mcles are Xept Jn -?' J»tl^ctoTy : condition^ The odourr^pear^^^w^bB ^ , aotas* deordoran4--^k»uncUvd^Wfidto,r ?lonv»rd.the l£tler;to .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
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MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL The friends of Mrs. Ward, late of Lelffh-strect, Merrylands, will be pleased to hear she Is back again, after an absence of 16 months. She finds Merrylands air more satisfactory than the city. The friends of Mrs. Apdrcw', Mcriy lands, one of the old pioneers ol dictrict, will be sorry to learn &lie has had j to have medical attention hoping for a quick recovery1 . Mr. J. J. WUltatnc. AUrion Avenue, lion, secretary of MCTrylaJids U.A.P.. lias just recovered from on attack of influenza . Mr. Simpson, senior, of Simpson's Sport s Depot, Mcrrylands-road, has been. a victim of the 'flu. Mr. G. CoIIcfs. of chertsey-slrcel. pifii dent of Merrj'lands Doff Club, is Icavina for Queensland to take up a position. Mrs. H. Byron, Newman-street, h abmt again after a severe illness. Mr. Corrigan. cf Merryandi'-road. is thr only one of that family to cscapc the 'annual bogey' — the 'flu. OBITUARY Mr. H. Ookcr, cf 25 Hcnson-: Ircc'., Merrylands. passed away at Parrnmatiu o...