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SOVEREIGNS' AGES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

SOVEREIGNS' AGES Nci a single English Sovereign reached the Psalmist'f span of three-score years and ten fcr over 900 years from the aeatn in 837 of Egbert, who may have been near that age. until George II. died in 1760 aged 77. Only four have fince then exceeded . the age of 70 — George III. and Queen Victoria, who: were both 81: William IV.. who was riot quite 72 ; and George V., who has just attained his 70th birthday. Queen Eleanor, the not very respectable wife and widow of Henry II., may have been 82 when she died in 1204. But it is only within living memory that England has had a succession of royal cctogenar lans. Queen Alexandra died eleven days before her 81st birthday: George, Duke or Cambridge, was 85; and Prince Arthur. Duke of Connaught, will be 85 In a felw w?efc\. Princess Louise, the fifth daugh er of Queen Victoria, recently reached the age of 87.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY Mrs. F. J. Vale [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

OBITIJABV Mrs. F. J. Vale The death occurred on Monday morn Ing, at Macleav Point, of Mrs. F. J. Vale, a rWsr of Mrs. H. Sllveratone, of Mac farlane-strect. Merrj'lands. The lat* Mrs. Valp n-a; a a-ell-knnrn figure in soci'ty circles, and prcmtnent among the work ers for charity, she was a wife of one of the principals of the firm \-f Henrv Viib and Sens, at Aubum. A husband, one son and daughter .survive her.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
87th BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

87th BIRTHDAY On Monday evening, 8th instant, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Torode and family, of 20 The Ewlanade, ai;d Mr. and Miss Torode. of 19 The Bspanade. Guildford, with other brothers and sisters, gave their mother a surprlEe birthday supper, at, h°r residence 26fi Pacific Highway. Lindflcld. On the birthday cake was i)lar»d an ingenious stand constructed by Messrs. Torodp. of Guildford. c-i which tinv ni tric bulbs were arranged to read their number — 87. Mr?. Toi-ode switched on all 87 lights f::nultaneourtv. bv cierat^ in* :? -Tritch n-hlch hud fc-»n fixed in a convenient place on the table. Mrs. Torode enjoys very good health, and 5he spends her 'oaff time spwlni? for the ponr in connection with the Mcthcdlst Church.

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

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

MERRYLANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH. SUNDAY. JULY 14. ' Sunday. School, 10 ..a.m. ?*= PJ«ne Service 11 a.w., 'Otfered ctnd . iDninswered PrayerJ.' ? ? .- ^vJiie'Servlce^Ui*.*., 'Plies fa the j

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SUNDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

GUILDFORD PRESBYTERIAN ' CHURCH 1 SUNDAY, JULY .«. ; Services 11 a,m; and 7-15 p.m. . Sunday Scbool 3 p.m. Fellowship Meeting 8 p.m. -Wed. ? All welcome, : .

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

GA..IBRILL CUP T.A. ? Rain again held up olav in llie com petition on Sunday lust. Secretarlct of clubs in the Gnmbrill Tennis Association uwild be pleased lo know when deferred matches are to be played .

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

SOCCER. . SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Frsuiis ct matches played on Saturday All Age: Merrylands beat Ch?r.*er Hill Guildford Wanderers b?at Smillifield ? St John's Park beat cabramatta. Under 16: Gviieford Wand»r?rs beat I.O.O.P.. 2-1; Cabsamaita a bye. FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY. JULY 13 St. John's Park v Smitlifield (deferred match), a: 3 pm. Under 16: Cal)rs:na?ta v Guildford Wanderers, at 3 p.m. NOTES The concluding matches cf the com petition, pLiysd last Saturday, disclose a. very interc ting portion. Guildford Wanderers and Merrylands have an equal numbsr cr point', each having been de feated twice; while St. John's Park, who have also rnly lcs'.. i*j ma.t.-hes, still hove two deferred mate-lies to play. thus, if they win both, there will be three teams level . Prospects for the nne-rcund 'open order' ccjiipetticn are rxcellent, a new term ircai 4 3 Ball, entering, and pos sibly on? frcm Glenfield. The S.D.P.A. Is ples-?d lo see that So?ccr has found i«s «-ay m ilu southern line...

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

To Cut Glass Often it is desired to eifr glass when neither diamond nor glass cutter is at hand. It may be that the neck of a bottle ha.« (to ccroe on* to make, a jar w be 'used as a battery container. Tlu» fol lowing method is. given by 'Spark Gap' In the June 'Australian journal.' It will generally be found successful, though it sometimes requires a little patience. ' Take a piece of wire (one-eighth to three-sixteenths inch Is a good size), heat fi', to a dull rett and press it fljroly. for about half a minute on some part of the line along which the gits has to be cut. Then remove it, moisten the tea of a finger and touch, the Fpot -where the wire . has rested'. Ttais will generally ftart a tiny crack In the £&-«, but (f it axm not tiM operation must be repeated until it succeeds. Once the crack is started, bv placing the hot wire immediately nhpad of it the crack can be led in almost buy direc tion -that is desired.' As the crack ad vances Has wire m'»* be moved ahead o...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF CHRIST LOFTUS PARK, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

CHURCH OF CHRIST LOPTUS PARK, JULY 14. C.E., 10 a.m. Breaking of Bread, 11 a.m. Speaker, T. C. Whalan. Bible School 3 p.m. Gospel Service, 7.15 p.m. Speaker, Bro. G. Thomas. All welcome. No collection. ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, JULY 14. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, JULY 14. BAPTIST CHURCH, CUILDFOBD New School of Arts. ,11 a.m., 3 pjn. 1 pJn. Tne Services are Bright and Helpful. Come and Hear the Old Old SWry A Welcome awaits You

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 — 11 July 1935

SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL, BROUGHTON ST.. GUILDPORD Sunday, 7.15, Mr. W. .peters, tuc en*'of the world'' _ Tuesday 7^30/Mr! T. Brodle. Thursday 8, Young People only.

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

GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. 11 a.m./Rev. W. R. Poole, 2.45 p.m., Sunday School. 7.15 p.m., Mr. R. Palmer. -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carnival Dance Guildford R.A. & S.I.L. of A. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

Carnival Dance Guildford It.S. & S.I.L. of A. Dc-pite til.' inciuncnt \v;a!llcr, and the prevalence cf innu;nza. the Soiaiers' Memorial Sci.:cl cf Arts was crowded for the R.S. and S.I.L. ol A. u mil monthly dance. K113 Carnival reigned supreme, and many jazz cf-ps wt'i'e m evidsncc, and bal!ccns and ncreliics were c_si:ibuled dm ing the evening. Mr. R. BiL'iil whs M.C. and the Imperial orchestra piivic'cd the mu:;c. Reiresli ments were p:ived, as umal. A plea^uig lenaire ci uit? evening was an exhibition cf several modern old-time dances by Mr. Korncr and partner, which were well applauded. One dance— -ihe 'Marguerite' icholtischc— was new to Guildford. The dancers 'tried out.' Winners of prizes were: Miss J. Griff iths. Miss V. Witnry. Mrs. Bennett, Miss Blngley Mr. Bonarius. Mr. Griffiths and Mr. Mills-. It Is pleasing to knerj- that 4he.=e func tions arc a saccciis financially, for, com mencing frc.ii tins carnival dancs until chrtrtmas, 50 per rent, of the profits are t...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPIDERS! MEANS OF SELF-PROTECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 July 1935

SPIDERS ! MEANS OF SELF-PROTECTION ' ut. jin tiaum,.. me uracnoslovakian entomologist, M-ho Is touring Australia to celled specimens tot the Prague Museum in an address to the Naturalists' Scclety; in tiis Education Building, Sydney, epeke rf line ways tn which a spider protected Itself from its enemies. One species, said Dr. Baum, filled its web with a. number ot 'dummies' exactly similar to itself. Another had1 legs which, when, seized, detached themselves from place. Protective jcolortng was a-coromon device. One pr ttie woret enemies of ioe male spider was the cannibalistic female, and that accounted1 for its ejlTwneiy wary and tentative courUng. Another menace tos trie* rasp,V*hicli had *wo mithc-^ jnf attack;- «£Sther ;«-? sSmrtfo stung the JiapleWaplder to -death, or else citt off its legs, tendering it toelplefis,«nd then laid its «g8£*eflde Its body. -'When Joe wMp-grubj^^lch^illtoeysjjourjsjje,! themselves on the trapped and jettB-Uving epieer.. .- '':??/?-'. ^??'?.?^'?-.?...

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

?SAOTi' GREAT WINTER/ SALE ?*- now on at e. H. lime & Co/au^' ™-saI:;^«.v ? BRASSIERES, all sizes, Usually A 11 ? NOW 1- | OENUINE SILK & WOOL HOSE. 2 6 ? NOW 1.111 HEAVY SILK & WOOL HOSE . Ufu ally 2. U ? NOW 2fl ALL WOOL TWEED DRESS LENGTHS. Usually 3 11 yd. NOW 2.11J yd. CHILDREN'S JUMPERS, 3 'G and 3 11 ? NOW 2 11J each CHILDREN'S BLAZERS. Usually (111 and 7 6 ? NOW 5 9 each MANCHESTER 54' WHITE SHEETS. 7 11 ? REDUCED TO 5/11 pnlr HEMSTITCHED PILLOW SHAMS. Trimmed with Lace Medallions, 1/6. NOW 63d each 36' CBETON.VE, Superior QuaW.v, Uilrel DMirns, .1/3 yd. REDUCED to 9Jd yd. ? RKB CH1XTZ for Curtain., 1/2J j-d. ., ? NOW 7Jd yd. BLANKETS BLANKETS Popular 1! Year Guarantee LACONIA 10 4 BLANKETS. Usually 37/6 patr. NOW 35 11 pair 10.4 CHALLENGE' BLANKETS. Usually -39 '6 pair ? NOW 3.1/1) pail1 HEAVYWEIGHT 10 '4 TASMANIAN BLANKETS ? 29/3 pair REMEMBER THESE BLANKETS ABE FIRST Ql'ALtTiT & HEAVYWEIGHT. MERCERY MERCERY i * SHIRTS, well-known papular mo...

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

L. A L CORN v GROCER, POULTERER, ' J PRODUCE & FUEL MERCHANT, 242 Guildford Road ? Guildford Orders Collected and Delivered Daily Only Best Quality Goods Stocked. 'Phone UW9473. S.C.R. Coupons given freely COMING EVENTS (Two lines, 6d per insertion; tour insertions, 1/6) Mcrrjlfcg4fc MHhodkt Church Bazaar, October ^p-K. ( All Wekomfc SCOUTS' HALL. ESblanade. Buildford; July 20, 6 p.m., dVcs- a/S Euchre. Donation, J/- jfry 2OB 1JAPPINESS CLUB. Merrylwujf Branch:' A Social Evening to be heM In Sohool of Arts, July 17, fct-T p.m. Tickets Od. Mrs. Alexander, 'Chetwynd- rced. MOTHERS1 CLUB Tennis Tournament postponed Until Julv 17, jfawther permit ting: Pines court. Pal^ifrTorrac. ou-M- ford. Doll disposed ol to Miss Ivers -ttc- ket, 18A). GUILDFORD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. DANCE v/ 1 To be held to the MASONIC HALL, GUILDFORD. On SATURDAY. JULY 20 ' Dancing 8-12. Good Orchestra and Novelties. .:' A. C. ROTHERY. Hon. Sec. ' ' .. THE. AUSTRALIAN. LEGION. \ GUILDFORD R.S.S. CLUB. THE ...

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

. .J _. NttTJCE .TO BEADEES | I Setdm wbo «? not icatn tbdr I I MiOe. « --»« Bro««cw««e ««a- \ | »oU- ^U office wllinpresut. '] | *fra io make sertala of a -cemplete I ' *OUCMOB. AMB CONyEYiMfOER, / 16 obobcw: bt. paeramattaV V. ...-:? v^wl^ltojpwiraojiie).'. ???-.-. ? Ttln&&!Hx&';:&m(QaUot& Avenue, G. E. Rb#E]^S 1 CONTRACTOR for ALTERATIONS V ? ? ADDITIONS,'^; y! '?'?'. PAINTING, PAPERH ANGlNp, arid ? -': GENERAL HOUSE BfiPAJKS. \ 8 STATION BTREET, ODIliFORD. t Choicest ^MityiFOTut/ GCnJJFOED'S lEADING FRlinMlEK; ? ^s3i|obp^FoitoiRD, oniiaiB^&fC*i- .:' ~CUU^en'een^^tto^#^^ib«i»T' : ,-, . -,.'.'. «nd .Attention/ r:-;v; ;.-'-'' . - '*4--r' . i-iBellefjiiOHleiis. ' *O!(JBji:i£i*-sg\ '-'{? ??? ? S.C.B. COUPONS GIVEM ; '' ' ;'

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

OLD GUILDFORD HISTORIC CHRIST CHURCH. Right in the north-eastem corner of the municipality of Fairfield stands, on a hill, a little church of England, built over 50 years ago, and ever since each Sunday its doors have been open for service. In the early days the roads were bad and had no lights, so the ser- vice was held In the afternoon excepting on the third Sundays, when it was in the evening;; and they are still held at the same times. Just before the depression the church people felt the need of a hall for the young people's work and entertainment. The hall was built alongside the church. Both the church and hall are free of debt, and welcome all who would come within their doors, both for service and entertainment. A few faithful ones at present attend and are helping the church to hold its place.   The last social was held on Tuesday last, the order of the evening being games and dancing. Winners who re- ceived prizes were:— Musical sticks, Miss Oliver: balloon r...

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

MORE PROGRESS IN GUILDFORD We have information that the factory in course of erection in Marion-street, Guildford, is for Mr. S. J. Hillsdon, of Parramatta, and will be used for the manufacture of bicycle parts.  

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