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PIGEON RACING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

PIGEON RACING The Merrylands Hcming Pigeon GrcH ies have started 'their series of races for seasbn 1035, with a record membership of 40 (members, 25 of them racing members drawn from Westmead, Parramatta, Harris Park, Granville. Clyde, Merrylands. Guild ford and Fairfield. Saturday's race irom Breadalbare. a distance cf JOB miles air line, resulted: — pf.-niors: A. Auntfln 1, L. Greonhaig 2, K. Burnett 3, J. FaJkner 4, A. Williams 5, E, Wolf 6. C Elliott 7. Junjlors: Joyce Brps. i. R. Edwards 2, Dickson Bros. 3. Martin Bros, 4. A. Steward 5. G. Palllster 6th. ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Installation of Officers MERRYLANDS M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

Installation bf Officers MfeRRVLANDS M.U.I.OlC.F. There was .a large attendance pt. the School of Arts. Merrylands, on Thursday, night, July 18,. when the newly-elected officers were installed by the X district officers. The Cumberland .District awas j represented . toy ? District- Grand Master ' i Bro. T. Crib, DJ-.G.M, Bro. W. J. Bull, 1 I.P.D.G.M. Bro. D. Mathecrs and P.D. « G.M. Bro. J. Davidson. Bro. H. F. Wat ers, N.G., was sponsered by P.G. Bro, G. T. Ford, who spoke very highly ot tne good work he had performed for the lodge during the lpst twelve months..' P.G. Bro. P. E. Nash, in introducing Sister A. T. Scott ( vice-grand), spoke of the very efficient manner in which she had recorded .the minutes du:(ng her term ot elective secretary, and felt sure she would fill the office of vice-grfind equally as well. * - As sponger for Bro. A. G. Winter, P.G. Bro.. ft. Sykes said it gave him vexy greai pleasure in introducing Bro, Winter/ as elective secretary. He was a young man 11 ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S REQUESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S REQUESTS South Gmnvlise and Loftus Park Pro gress Association wrote asking Granville Council to form the continuation of Macarthqr-st. to Railway Terrace and of Marian -st. to Oxford-st. each from the newly constructed trade bridges; r'~v tn hpvr *hp wat^rlable on the south side of BursMl-st. attended to, attention to the shoulders cf the road, on tlie r»nrtv-'^ *-f Bnro.N-«it.. tJlft a light be plactd at the corner of Marian-st. and Macarthur-st. — A report by the oversc ir stated that the Public Works Department had not yet completed work in the vicinity of Macarthur-st. ond Marian -st. and to form these streets wohld toke a lot of filling, which was rw-t available. He recommended that the scrub be el'jared off and the water tables formed at an approximate cost of £30. The watertables and shoulders of tlv- road In BmsiH-st. had received at tention. For the sweet light, a 50 c.p. lamp was recommended. Tiw water tables In Oxford-rt. had -been noted for attenti...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Practice—and Precept LOCAL SHOPPING POLICY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

Practice— attd Precept j LOCAL sEoPpISg POLICY By reijuttt,, we reprint ? the following letter, which appeal in last week's issue of 'The Biz' Newspaper.:— (To the Editor) Sir,— -Frcm. time, io time .,ve hear and read aJ8Uh?epts, . debates and. .newspaper 4 articles regarding tlie policy, tor wisdom) | ot ^hdjijplnfc iii the town or district where j one residus... Generally, the. arguments | for tlie . pursuit; of this .deferable practice ! are very sound. The only real, obstacle I to U$ general adoption 1s the question of I prices. Prices, as you know, are governed j largely by , -turnover,. Quoting Merrylands and Guildford, as examples, I toeleve that the amount of trade which goe& but -of the town would increase the local business .turnover from 50 to 100 par. cent. .Therefore, if that business wei$. (transacted locally, the over head and working expenses would be greatly tcduped. ip.prcporlloh. and local trades would be in a position lo quote prices u- compete with large...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LANTERN LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

LANTERN LECTURE A Very interesting and .instructive lec ture against war was delivered by Mr. Nugent in the School of Arts, Merrylands, oii July 11. Rev- Mr. Somerville, Pres byterian minister, . who presided, stated that he was prepared to support any movement- -that was oopored to .war. After Mr. Nugent .had spoken there were no doubts in tne mmos oi me audience as to the borrore accruing from war. The lantern slides depleted many mnm .ftjnJliar to those who fought In the last war. ? A bai of flour (donpted by Mr. Bonser) was won by Mrs. W. Barnett (See social advt.).

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PERSOAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

MERRYLANDS I PERSOAL I Mr. Edward Kent, of War.wlck-road, is , at present confined ,to his bed wilh tlie 1 prevailing epidemic. j Mr. Fired Tripp, of Merrylands-road. has been Indisposed during the week-end, I suffering very severely from -indigestion. I The friends of Mrs. R. ~Jomieson. of - Myall -street, will be ^leased to Icmii that she is- home, and improving in health . gradually. Mrs. Rotheo'. Hawkesvicw-road. has not been too good of late, suffering with after effects of the 'flu. Mr. B Burston, the popular hairdresser and tobacconist, of Me rry I Finds - read, nt an enjoyable week-end touring the moun tains at Katoamba . M3ss Ives, of Railway Parade, is at present suffering from pneumonia. The many friends of Mr. Ottie Hoffman, of McParlaJie -street,, congratulate him on his engagement to Mi^s Emmie Eccles, cl King's Cross. OBITUARY MR. JOSEPH RUSSELL Mr. Joseph Russell -63), of Mcrvyland? road, Merrj'lands, pa.^sed away on Wed nesday, June 18. at his home. He was suffering...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

FlfeGENT . NEWS Sp-ciaj attraction this Saturday n'ght — A monster . guessing competition. Would you Jike £5? , v.{ so. at'end !? ? theatre, cn July 27. All ycu have to di is guess how many peai? ?are in the bottle displayed in the window of the THpa Tea Rooms. U'val nrices: .Bn^k stalls 1/6, fraot stalls i/3, children's back .-falls 9d. frcnt stalls 6d. With this attraction, a mper programme: William Powell and Myrna Lpy in 'Evelyn Pren ? tice' — the screai'e ideal married couple. It took a great criminal lawyer to free his own wife from a murder charge. Secmd leatur:,, 'Ten Dollar Raise.' with Edward Everett Hor'on, Karen Mcrley, Alan Dinehart a^d Glen Boles. All men !nill know just h'w he felt, fell women will sympathise with her for this human comedy. A laugh ffrd a heart throb for everyone who ever worked for a living. Metrotone comedy, 'When the Cat's Away,' and F x Movietone newsreel. Mon^y and Tuesday — The picture of the year, Charles Dickens' 'Th: O'.d Curiosity Sh(^-,^' w...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M. U. I. O. O. F. CONFERENCE AT WINDSOR [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

M. U. 1. O. O. F. CONFERENCE AT WINDSOR At a meeting oi Uie Cumberland Dif* rict at Windsor, on Saturday last, fBro. Bull, of Loyal Auburn Lodge, was elected to the position of Deputy District Master. Bro. Cribb {Regents Park) is now D.G.M., and Bro. Maitlhcia-s (of Homebush) is I.P.D.G.M. ? Th^ officers were installed by (the | Grand Matfer cf the society, Bro. Mc , earthy -(Sydney*, assisted bv Bro. Ivor Harry and Bit). Pettiprew, before a large gathering of delegates and visitors. After the ceremony, I.PJ5.G.M., Bro. Davidson, cf Granville, was presented with a 5.'.i(t of regalia an& travelling regalia case. Fifly-three resolutions, all relating to internal working, were submitted by the delegates. The District Grand Master's report showed that during the last twelve month i the district had gained 40 mem bens and there were 84 less unfinancial members. Financial members, as at March 31 last, numbered 4,324. On Sunday the visitors wpt ontertMn ed. and riiT.ni over various...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER. S.D.F. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

S O C CE R. S4-.F. . ASSOCIATION Last 'Saturday's results:—; . All . Age, Final — Guildford Wanderers beat St. John's Park, 1-0. . . Under- 16 — Guildford, Wanderers beat I.O.O.F. FIXTURES FOR NEXT SATURDAY Under 10: — GuUdfd'd Waiidcr^is v Cabramatta. 3 p.m. (deferred match) . , NOTES Now the malor comoetitlcn U finished. Guiktford Wanderers must, be congratu lated upon winning the all-age. When the final (matches were played it war re vealed, that there were three teams level —Guildford . Wanderers, St. John's Pari:' and Merrylands. In th3 scsni-ftoal Wand erers eliminated MerrylancU (4 grals to 1 1 and folW^d this by their narrow win over St. John's Park on Saturday. St. John's feuk has . biw&ys been a versatile team in any competition con ducted by the S.D F-A., and no team or ln-£\1dual would t? rtary io see- fit. John's Park win a ^rcailcrihlp. Who knows, they may win ths cpm order com petition ? ft&errylands is a team about which too much cannot be said. They ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES "GREAT EXPECTATIONS" COMING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

FILM FLASHES ? 'GREAT EXPECTATIONS' COMING Right out of the pages of classic his tory on to the screen comes 'Great Ex pectations,' the greatest, most absorb ing and most human story Charles Dickens ever wrote, to the MaTrylnnrls Cinema this Saturday, Monday and ? Tuesday rvenitigs. ond matinee on Sat urday. This fascinoUng story will never grow old. The film is an authentic, sym pathetic translation of the sweeping li «vcl by the English moster. GUY STANDING STARS IN 'CAR 99' Sir Guy Standing is cast as the chief of n daring bank roller gang in Para n'ount's 'Car 99/ to be {Siown at Mewy lo/nds cinema this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evrtnings, and matinee on Saturday. The picture Is a dramatisa tion of the true adventures of one of the most efficient police organlsatl mis in America. 'LIVING ON VELVET' Kay Francis is the star of 'Living on Velvet.' which comes to tli Merrylands Cinema next Wednesday, Thursday and Frid3y evenings. It is an intensely dra matic story with a most unu...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

? ] : ' ?. 1 TO-NIGHT (Thursday) and TO-MORROW (Friday) at 8 p.m.— last j Two Nights of For Films' Lavish Musical Spectacle, | 'George White's 1935 Scandals' - with ALICE FA YE, JAMES DUNN and NED SPARKS, ctc. ! Also, MYBNA LOY »nd WIJJJAM POWELL in { 'EVELYN PR ENTICE' j FRIDAY Only: 9th Episode of 'THE RED RIDER.' This SAT., MON., TUES., JULY 27, 29 & 30 EVENINGS at 8 o'clock, and at SATURDAY MATINEE at 2 p.m. One of Hie World's Greatest Ftcries now cn tbe Scrcpn ! The talc loved bv Millions brought to vivid life in a truly magnificent moxie production 'with an epic sweep of drama that will thrill you *to Hit* core ! Additional attraction at every session SIR GUY STANDING, cf 'Bengal Lancers' fame, with FRED Mac MURRAY and ANN SHERIDAF in in a thrilling adventurous slory of th? radio polics patrols : 'CAR 9 9.' - Special .ideru short subject: 'ZEELAND, HAVEN OP PARADISE' tTiavcl i talk in tcclmicolour).. *? + SATURDAY MATINEE at 2 p..m.: Some big attractions as above, to j...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

'F Pay as You V\^6ar ?- _ Suits Xi ;: Special Easy Teiins Suits to Measure ? £3/15/- 3/9 Deposit 3/9 Weekly £4/4/- 4/3 Deposit 4/3 Weekly £5/5- 5/3 Deposit 5/3 Wje^kly £6/6/- 6/3 Deposit 6/3 Weekly Ladies' Costumes MAN -TAILORED TO MEASURE from £3/l5/«r BRADLEY'S MERRYLANDS & LIVERPOOL. ' v .i t = ? ) RIO RITA ^ MERRYLANDS AGENT for— SARGENT'S PIES, CAKES AND PALTRY New Fruit Cake, 8id» ? ? . Jam Sponges, 8d. YOU MUST NOT FAIL TO SEE THE NEW DE LUXE 'AEROLA' RADIOES ! THESE RADIOS ARE PRICED from. NO ?1fl/lQ/fL EASY ilHi .DEPOSIToUlU' U/ UPAYSrENTS IPtl 1 fffl'BffM ' For a 5-Valve Radio housed in a Beau- ? ^^0 | a £h'ci^f Set is Guaranteed and Scrviccd u8 A iTree lor 12 montlis, and ia Guaranteed j S|L || #1 FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION. J MB If SI . . All 'AEROLA' Radios are Built on HI | 111 the Premises and arc Designed to suit B|l| jBl |^^B| ' Call in and In^|K-ct these Ultra-Modern G3^* MERRYLANDS RADIO ST|Ol^ 171 MERRYLANDS ROAD ? WE&YlJ^gS You Win be amaxed at the ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
4/3 BATTALION BALL SERGEANTS' FIRST ANNUAL EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

4/3 BATTALION BALL I SERGEANTS' FIRST ANNUAL EITM * Tlie first annual sergeants' ball of the 4 3rd Battalion was held in the Drill Hall, Merrylands. on 6th instant, with an attendance of about 250. The occasion was honored by the at tendance of Lady and Sir Charles Rosen thal. The}' entered, the hfill through ,a guard of honor of sergeants, to the strains of 'Advance Australia Fair,' and were received, by .Mrs, A. N. .Thompson, Jun., and . Mrsi Sullivan. , After expressing pleasure at being present, the visitor? made themselves quite at home and apparently had ah enjoyable time. The function was, conducted in cabaret style, whloh appeared to suit the large crowd, w.ho. made the evening a merry one, with a dull moment rfor any body. Sergeant O'Brien won the prize for the best decorated table, A riding swdsti, made from tlie tall of a horse; ridden by him during the last four camps, and which, had died, was ?presented to Lieut.-Cd. P. A. Parsons, by Lieut. -McConnell . Among the large...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SUNDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 July 1935

f ? PRESBYtERCSN ' - ^ fBUOTAVt^JULY 28. ' Services 41 and 7.15 p.m. r . fflidillw^eeBiig S p.m. Wed. , & TCeiconie-

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 — 25 July 1935

- spfttKbnEb) csbsrix baixu^^* - BROUGHTON ST., GUIIDFOmr : . .^upAiy. 7.16 p.m.. pie r. .,^Tuesaay,«7.30 p.m., Pray-r;^njd }»lln ?. . . . ? ..vv ..^edjwsdfly, 2.30 pjn., Mothers meet* it; p. in. Young People only.

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