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GUILDFORD WANTS SEWERAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

GUILDFORD WANTS SEWERAGE ? Guildford Chamber of Commerce wrote pn'ini? Holroyd Couvil to endeavour to sccure sewerage facilities for Guildford. —The request w*U be sent to the Board's local representative.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE NEARNESS OF CHRIST'S RETURN" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

'THE NEARNESS OF CHRIST'S , I RETURN' The rfcrve was- Uie srbject of an inter esting nddresr. delivered by Mr. W. Peters, cf Clcvelly, at the Springfield Grspel Hall. Inst Sunday night. He emphasised tlie fact ithat the return of Christ far H4s cwn peeple before the time cf Great Tribulation, predicted cn the earth, could expected, at any moment, and read extracts from lof»t Saturday's 'Meriting Herald' rVirlng the prominence given to sports, r-ommcrce and prmration fc,r war, and how wondrrfullv Pcripture Tiro rhtcy w.tf bring fulfilled In relation to th-sc three things. Next Sunday r.Ight. July 7. he will rprak on 'Th- Jew in Prophecy.' All arc cordially invited.

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

THE YEAR'S BUILDING Figures submitted to the Water Board - disclosed increased activity In building in the metropolitan area. The following shans the number of jobs, the arsesscd annual value, and the estimated cost cf buildings completed in the municipalities in thi?. district during the past 12 months:— Auburn, 104 build ings, ocat £28,490; Balmain, 19, £11,055: Cabramatta and Canley Vale, 46, £14,750; Camden, 16, £0,1?O; Campbelltown, 8, £2,160; Fairfield, 84, £29,153; Granville, ' . 58, £45,130;. Holroyd. 69, £29.143; Ingle burn, fi, £3,240; Udcombe, 27, £29,115; . Liverpool 47. £15,462; Nepean Shire, 2, £360; Parramatta, 89, £127,564.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHION HINTS FROM HOLLYWOOD'S LEADING STARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 July 1935

FASHION HINTS FROM HOLLYWOOD'S LEADING ( STARS. A skirt featuring twelve fplite of vary ing lengths ranging from ankle slashes to those reaching the knees, has been de signed by Adrian for Constance Bennett to wear in her new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production, 'After Office Hours,' with Clark Gable. The skirt might well be * called the 'keep them guessing' model risce it all depends upon just the length . and direction of the step taken to deter mine how much of the log will show. The gown is fashioned from a new Prcuicn fabric, double faced satin. One side of inc saun is a soli peach in color— the other a dull copper. I Mary Carlisle, who is a loyal devotee of i hair bows to go with every dress hat hit I upon an excellent idea! Tying and un- ! tying the tiny hows makes them in con- I 6lant need of pressing, and so Mary tics Ihe bow on the top of a hairpin— and fastens this In any cluster of curls de sired. The use of clips in place of buttons is an interesting faahion note introduced ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guildford [?] and C.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

Guildford r.i. and C.A. The monthly meeting of Guildford P. and C. Association was held last Thurs day, when matters of interest were dealt with. ... The Education Department advised that the request for attention to the play- ', ground, and accommodation, was receiv ing consideration. The Chief Secretary advised regarding the Charitable Collections Act, and ex cmn'Jon has been asked for. It was decided net to elect a candidate for Uie 'queen' competition for the Gran ville Jubilee, and the question of joining the District Council was deferred. The secretory i-, to moke arrangements for a film, showing origin, recovery, re fining and treatment of petroleum; alw a programme including films 'silent) cr-nic. travel, etc., under the aurplces of the Popular Science Club. The members cf the association require an attendance cf 100' to make rhis oosfclble. and it is anticips.led that the idea will receive the whole-hearted supoort of Guildford resi dents. The Popular Science dub alms prima...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motor Boat Trophies DEEPWATER CLUB'S PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

Motor Boat Trophies DEEPWATER CLUB'S PRESEN TATIONS. The Deepwater Motor Boat Club held their annual prescnation of trophies in the Ravson Hall, Granville, last Saturday night. Two hundred visitors attended, including commodores and flag officers of kindred clubs. The prizes were presented by the presi dent, assisted by the vice-president,. Trophies Included crystal cut glass rose and salad ' bowls, reading lamps, silver bedroom clocks, set of carvers and trophy CUDS. After presentations, supper was serv ed, and the commodore of the club thank ed the Sag officers and members for their support durlng,*he year. The evening concluded with cheers for the commodcae end his flag officers. Representatives from Deepwater and Idndred clubs Included: Deepwater Motor Boat Club— The patron. Mr. K. Solomon; president, Mr. H. J. Haerse and Mrs. Haerse; -vice-president, Mr. F. T. Clay brough and Mrs. Claybrough.' Australian Motor Yacht Squadron — Commodore D. Smith and Mrs. Smith; vice-commodore, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Methodist Ladies' Aid 1[?]th ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

Methodist Ladies' Aid ISth ANNUAL MEETING Guildford Methodist Ladles' Church Aid held their 14th annual meeting on July 3. . Rev. W. .B. Poole presided, in the absence of Mrs. Poole, who was very ill. The meeting opened wtth hymn and prayer. Mrs. Hunt, ot Burwood, then rendered a piano solo; Mrs. Davies (Gran ville) and Mrs. Nichoils (Merrylands) sang. . Mr. Pooie, In his remarks, said Mrs. Willis (the speaker) needed no introduc Itcn to ttae ladles ot the church, aa she imu wen t«c*e «:«»« wurai wivit, The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read, after watch Mrs. Wills gave a very Interesting address on 'Eyes or no Eyes' or 'Opportunities tor Service,' the principal 'I's' being Impulse, inasmuch and Indifference. What a wonderful world it would be if we used all our opportunities, especially In little things, the speaker cald. Mrs. Willis took as an .illustration the traits in a bridge, sajfng the smallef. bolt was just as Important as the largest king pin, as one wculd-bs of...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

MRS. E. PRICE. J WISHES to INFORM the PUBLIC o£ GUILDFORD that she has TAKEN OVER the BUSINESS lately conducted by H. ROBERTSON— Home-made Cake and Refreshment Rooms, Railway Ter .race, GUILDFORD. ' R. H. JORDAN ? BUTCHER GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFORD. QUALITY MEAT; BEST ATTENTION. Special Attention Given to Children. . MURIEL BAXTER, FLORIST / WEDDING BOUQUETS awREATHS. All Work of the Highest Standard in Floral Art. S WINGELLO ST. GUILDFORD. ' Telephone TJW9747. HADDON'S/ The Quality Butchers, GUILDFORD. Tlione UWS596. ORDERS DELIVERED. DON'T RISK FAILURE ADVERTISE YOUR SOCIAL AND OTHER FUNCTIONS THE COST IS SMALL— THE GAIN IS LARGE. ???,.?? \ Always remember 'The Broadcaster goes right into the homes, nnd delivers jour invitation to every member ot (he household. Don't have people saying to you, after wards, 'I would have come to your social U I had known it was on.' 'THE BROADCASTER. Phone: 262 Liverpool, GiriLDFOKD PABK ' A request to Granville Council, by Guildford Park committee, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

/ ? CAREYS CITY-PRICE DRAPERS. Sale Now On BARGAINS in— PILLOW SLIPS CALICO SHEETING BLANKETS HOSIERY, etc. SALE TIME IS LAY-BYE TIME ! ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN. RED SPOT COUPONS GIVEN. MERR YLANDS i ? Guildford Chamber of Commerce Announces Its Prize-Giving Competition. IN WU1CII THE SHOPPING PUBLIC WILL BE ASKED TO TEST TIIEIB SKILL. The undermentioned Shopkeepers will, next and EVERY FRIDAY, Give a Numbered Ticket to Every Purchaser of Gooda to the Value of 1/- or over. SHOPPERS will be invited to Test their Skill by Solving the SIMPLE PROBLEM which will appear in Uic Window of W. O. TAAFFE, Chemist, on FRIDAY. Write your Solution and Name on back of Ticket, and place in Bat provided by all shops taking part in the scheme. / Prizes of 10/- and 5/- ~^ Hill be awarded to the FIRST and SECOND Correct or nearest Solu tions drawn. NAMES of WINNERS will be announced in next issue. Last week's winners: 1st, Mrs. Verey, Bolton-st.. 19; lbs.: 2nd, Mrs. Kinlock, Hawkview-road, 19-ilbs. Weight...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

?? FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JULY 12 & 13 001 iTcHARtES 60YER V LORETTA YOUNG JEAN PARKER PHILLIPS HOLMES ^ 4 LOUISE FAZENDA & -? EUGENE PALLETTE i G. AUBREY SMITH 1 CKARLE1T CRAPEWIN S - NOAH BEERY $ LJU1CUT1VK PDODUCCHr KOBCRT T. IUS MICKEY MOUSE — in— 'MICKEY'S MECHANICAL M I N D.' NEWS REEL. SATURDAY MATINEE: Free Swreets MONDAY & TUESDAY, JULY 15 & 16 Also, GLORIA SWANSON in x ^ Perfect Undcrsiandiitg' NEWS REEL and CARTOON.' WEDNESDAY Night: } VAUPEVILLE,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANVILLE METHODIST CIRCUIT QUARTERLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

GBANVnXE METHODIST CIRCUIT QUARTERLY MEETING 4 The quarterly meeting ol the Granville Mctliodlit Circuit was neld at Gulldlord church on July 6. Rev. W. R. Poole pre sided, and there was. a fair attendance considering the inclement weather and prevailing 'flu. epidemic. Favorable reports were received from all centres. Financial statement showed a saua factory trend, conalderlg th: fact that, the annual collections for the oversea nilTulons Tvexe'maiie. Leave was granted to Rev. W. R. Poole la attend uhe centenary missionary cele brations In Fiji, In October next. As Mr. Poole spent over 20 years of his mlnlstery In these mission fields this should enable him to renew some old friendships. He Intends to put a series cf Irish lantern lecture: ;1d ihe different churches in tlie circuit in the neat future. These should prove mierwau* particu lnrly to people who come ftvn overseas Future announcements will Ik made ihroueh the local pros.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

NURSE BROAD, 30 MANCHESTER STREET, / MEBRYLANDS, ^/ CERTIFICATED, A.T.N'.A. -' ?Phone UW9400. Outdoor Cases ^?-'i'''d in Surrounding Districts. The? BARGAIN Store AT STATION, CKANWfctE/ TONY PLOUGH ? 'SftS 30/ FEED CUTTER ? .Y . 15/ INCUnATOR, Large ? 50/ Fecdcrs, Cycle, Prams, Playground. M. J. LAMBERT, / ZM- WOODVILLE ROAD. ^ PLEZALL (Scone Mixture) ... Bid pkt, DATES, Fresh ? 6d Ib. CHEESE SAVOURY ? 6ld bol. K.I. P. CLEANER ? 3id tin EN ROUTE TO THE 'REGENT' / Call at / M. TAYLOR, *£ 399 GUILDFORD ROAD UP-TO-DATE SUNDAE & MILK BAR LATEST GULBRANSEN REPRIGER - ' ATOR for Smallgood5. Confcltloncry . and Home-made Cakes. bob's bottled »m.K I HYGIENICALIiY SEALED. J 5 Ft Cream in pveiy Bottle. ? ' . 4d PINT. FOR THE SICK. JONES, Milkman Phone UW9384. and at GRANVILLE. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPRECIATION. (To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

APPRECIATION. (To the Editor. Sir,— I wish to compliment you upon the admirable way in which the 'Broad- ca'JLcr' Is set out. Personally I' think that the advertisements particularly are much more readily picked out than is the case with other papers circulating in tlie district. Local business firms would do well, in my opinion, to con tinue to support you. 'The Broadcaster' (In pnnh'ncf mflli nthn- minprsl Mintfllhtt much of local Interest, and I hope you may be able to continue with its pub lication and expansion. In closing, I would add that the foregoing remarks are entirely unsolicited, as your local representative can confirm, being the same expression of opinion as conveyed to him in a recent conversation. /'A Merrylands Business Man.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mrs. uavot, or Swift-street, has just recovered frun an atlatk of Influenza and branchUk-.. Mr. Pr£.-.tr, cf Salisbury-road, nho re cently £u:tained a Polls fracture of the ankle, at his occupation, and went to a hcspiml at Noivh Sydney, is improving 6lc»ly. His sail recently also fractured his ankle; jo fcith are about on crutches Miss Thckna. Baxter, of Wlngello-Ureet, had to be rushed to hospital last week, fcr an immediate appendicitis operation. Master Rowland Foster. of Henry-road, rCCCllt 1\' llilri t hf« mU-fm-Tlliln I A not an arm breken. He is now attending school,- ? Miss Doitoi Einnett, of Cross-street, is confined to l)L-d isi.ii liu. Her IllUe sister, Given, is also UI, with another complaint. Miss Ada Normcyle. cf Station-street, is still fUfTiTin-j Ircm an attack of pleurt;y. Mrs. Funei-icn. of Guildford-road, has just recovered Iicm the seme sickness. Rev. J. Puok'. late rector St. Mary's, was seen vi-itii'.s in the district early this week . The ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD BOY SCOUTS SPORTS AND CAMP-FIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

GUILDFORD BOY SCOUTS SPORTS AND CAMP-FIRE The Scout section of 1st Giuldford Group has b;en in existence for a little over two years, and allnouKh this section has suffered through unforeseen circum stances, it is still progressing favorably. The ooy» have now entered the third year with full determination to wtn more' laurels during the next twelve monttis. Each member Is aiming for advancement, and it is expected thai all will bs a step forward at the end e! the year. The patrol syi-wm of the whole troop has been reorganised, Mr H. Williams, G.S.M.. Is satisfied that the boys are going to give a good account of them selves with th» assistance or Mr. Christ iansen, A.S.M., also Mr. J. Robertson, who is returning after having been on leave tor about six months. The 1st uulldford Trocp was not aic cessful In winning Hi? Granville District Scouts' flag, but it can be said (hat they ore pood losers, and \ri.=h to congratulate 1st Granvillc on their surcess. Following on the -uccpfs of ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
American Crisis RAILWAY' SECRETARY'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

American Crisis RAILWAY' SEt'RETAllV'S VIEWS. 'Only fundanientul ciiangej; in the eco nomic and financial system can ' ^a.ve America and restore prcjpenty,' s-nld Uu acting iccrctary tf the Australian Hail ways Unicn (Mr. J. s. Ciia;:p)e), in a lcrture en 'Tlie Induhtrial Ciisis In Amer ica,1.1 at Traiii^xirt Hous3, Sydney. ? TIis national cJiaracteriiticE. CS America indi cate that business and wicial. credit will play a big part, in that work,' he added. 'The result cf th= Roo.'cvolt New Ural legislation lias bsen«lo stabilise lmU;ius o4i« uiusiiiui^ ^eiiL'iitii-. iTciiurcs were neld. out that recovery wr4ild event uully take place, but up to tlie present Hilt;! is Ha indicaticn cf a return to j-rct- deprcssion conditions.'1 Mr. Chapplo said lhr,t the fact Hint the Federal dsbt had b:cn incji'ased hy £398.000,000 indicated the deiJcrate iniil Uon tliat faced tlie nation. He quoted figures to shew that, d.e^rtii tlic inacas ed prcduc,li-Aty, wliich had rcsulU-d in building up cuorm...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

V1GORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Results of matches played on Saturday : — Werriwa, 29 and 64 i93i beat Robins. 41 and 51 (92). Jolly ,Glrk, 21 nnd 1 for 22 beat Silver Star. 17 and 28. Fixtures and umpires for July 13: — Silver Star v Holroyd (Gordon and Mc Call): Robins v Jolly Girls (Hancock and Rcusi; Werriwa a bye. COMPETITION TABLE P. L. W. D. B. Pis. Holroyd ? 2 0 2 0 1 8 Jelly Girls ? 2 0 111 « Werriwa ........ 3 1 1 1 0 G Kubins ? 32100 4 Silver star ? 2 20 01 0 GOLD DIGGERS V SHAMROCKS The aold Diggers had a irip to Black tewn to mett^he Shamrock:. H was unfortunate foK\Uie Diggers to field n depleu'd team tllrough the 'flu. but. all the same they were not disgraced. Tiie buwling was good; as figures show:— E. Tilmian 4 for 15 and 3 for 12, and J. F^guson 5 for 12 and 4 for 10. Batting honors went to M. Single, who Im Hi-1 cnly bount!ar-- of the match amidst cheering. The fielding was gcod and S. GHBi'.hs ence agiLi gol- the fiflding points. The final scores: ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Merrylands West PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

Merrylands West PERSONAL The man- friends of Mrs. Tom Shep h'rd,~cl Kcnyon's-road, Merrylands, will be sorry to hear that she has been laid ., up with an injured lest. We arc pleased to hear she Is progressing favorably. 'The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Re? Oooksey arill be pleased to hear that, Mrs. Cocksey's mother is now out of hcwpital, . after undergoing* fierioiis'peration.1 Sin , was an inmate ol Prince Henry Hospital for 21 months, and Is now ' progressing favorably. Mr&-Metcalf, of Lockwood-road. is laid up with influenza, and we wish her a speedy recovery. Thorc things that are not practicable, are not desirable. There is nothing in til? world really beneficial that does not lie withAn the reach of an informed under Etantiing and e wcli-directed pursuit There is nothing that God has judged grrcd for us/'that Heiiasnot given us tlw means to accomplish, bath in the natural ,and the moral Tvorld.7^dinund Bourfcc. Visitor: Why did you take an apartment with such a tin...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vigoro Trophies PRESENTATION TO WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

Vigoro Trophies PRESENTATION TO WINNERS The presentation dance, of Granville and District Association, held on July 3, was a most successful function. At one period there were 75 couples on tlie floor. Frcm a financial point of vieti' it exceeded expectations; from a social point of view it would be difficult to better, Aid. M. Wamcck (Mayor of Holroyd) said he was a little more tlian pleased to oe present 10 pretend uie uuiia miu i* u- phies, and. while he did not anticipa'.j any ether than ths usual sporting ?i.Jrit. U Was for chose who -did not win this time to make up then- minds to uto the next time. However, he knew that every body was more interested In 'cups' than foeech'is, so he wculd get on wi'.h tile business. He then presented the B grade cup to Mirs S. Porter (captain of Hnlrcyd), and trophies to members of t^am. Mrs. F. 5m'.th (CiiDtaincf Werviwa) war. presented with the 'Challenge' cup, and each mem ber rf the tefin a tro-hv. Miw S. Porter received a cup donated bv t...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

LOOK OUT FOR THESE! THE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S WEEKLY is now offering a Chil dren's Treasure House as a Coupon Bcok, which Ira. had % wonderful tale throughout the world. Secure your copy of the A.W.W. and obtain tills book at a Reduced Rate . ROMANCE OP THE RAILWAY— A Ncu- Book by a N.S.W. railway man, telling of the marvellous erowUi cf Hie lailwuy throughout Uie State. P:lce, 2/ SATURDAY EVENING POST— Watch for an announcement regard ing tills great favorite. Have you seen the Half-Crown SHOPPING CASE which we are featuring this week ? GUILDFORD N EW S AG ENC Y. \j FOR. SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD j R. SWEETNAM, Pro prletor SERVICE WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITV PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASINO. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONE: DW9iI2 : - : : ^ Qoitage ^ ARE Kitchen /^U. !?-,*? Made ** Ui\e5 OBTAINABLE ONLY AT 350 Guildford Road eflMPBELL'S , MERCERY i AND SHOE STORE -J (OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) GUARD ' AGAINST ...

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