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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

REFRESHMENTS AT.ALD HOURS G'rlreU-Whlte's : Famous Cakes, , ? Fresh Daily. I S ; Try Our DELICIOUS PIES, ldkmd 2id each. ; fyiS Give us a Turn lor your iA UL. E . P R I C E, RAILWAY TORRACE, -GUIU3PORDJ t -I '??''V / R.ii H; x JORDAN v GPff^OjjO -pD., ,, OPHJDFpRD. .. ^uaii^vW^t; ;b^t-;atTEntion. ' | fipecla0Auentloi] Given to Childrtn. ?. ? . ? _ - ? ..

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

NURSE BROAD 36 MANCHESTER STREET. MERR^ANDS, j , CERTIFICATED. A.T.N.A. J ?Phone TJW9400. V Outdoor Cases AMmiW In Surrounding Districts. 'The' BARGAIN Stor/ AT STATION, GRANVILLE. \J PIANO, Walnut frame, £7; Strollers, .new, 15/0; Sewing Machine 25/-; Gent's. I Cycles from 35'-. 'The* Bargain Store, | 1 Soutli-st., Granville, at Station. .. EN ROUTE TO* THE 'REGENT' Call at ? M. TAYLOR ,J 358 GUILDFORD BOAD V UP-TO-DATE SUNDAE & MILK BAB ' LATEST 60LBRANSEN REFRIGER ATOR for SmallgODds. ConfeUlonery and Home-made Cakes. BOB'S ^BOTT^jED ' MILK / ' HYGIENIC ALL V . SEALED. j 1 Bt. Creem in every Bottle^/ ? ^ . r.^SjBOR; ,THE SICK. JONES, Milkman Phone UW8361 sod atJiRANVIIjIjE.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

J FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Adorable ( SUPPORTED BY ? 7 - - ??? ?— ' '? ' IS YOUR CHILD LIKE SHIRLEY? Send Her to the Matinee, when the Child most like Shirley will receive 1 0/6 . / Also, Five Consolation 'Prizes. rU ? ' / . ? ? ? I ? MONDAY AND TUESDAY A Wonderful Programme r: JIHHHr ? ' H'i.j ' 'V . 'iv : ' Coming if-^August 9 and '10, 'Merry^idow'; Augustl6 and 17, ! 'Imitation of Life' ; Angnit 23 and 24, 'One More Spring' ; August 30 unj 3 lj''Herit&ge.' ' V . . ;

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

?' Aats . * - The Metropolian Medical Officer 'of ? Health, in a clrcularyto Holroyd Council , .suggested, as part' of. the cnmP.-rfo against jats, a speclal. aeah-up^rSc ? - Referred to the health' officer. Council ? at present pays ld each fpr-rats' tails Menylands MothereVciub ?wought tin- , der notice of JEIolroyd, Council, bn nies ^ .day light, the stated tb8 fbotway ?roih the EBSt Infants* sfchool -o the tuck shoo - opposite, In Myee-st.— Referred to the L overseer- for repbrt. ; ? . .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Minister Welcomed ST. ANN'S C. OF E., MERRYLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

Minister Welcomed ST. ANN'S C. OF £., MERRYLANDS. A pleasant social evening was held on Wednesday, July 24, in the School cf Art?, Merrylands, when the Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Dyer were welcomed to Merrylands Section of the parish; and Mr. Champ ion, the Catechlrt, who is to enter Moore Theoloeical CoIIpcp u-bk fare welled. Mr. Champion explained the purpcre of the gathering, then Mr. Bailey extend t»d a welcome to Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Dyer on behalf of the parishioners. Rev. Mr. Dyer thanked the people for their good wishes, and strersed the need for co-operation on the part of 1C12 church peoole if they were to extend Christ's Kingdom. He gave point to his remarks by relating some of his exp°r iences— alio — gave a donation towards a*' fund for im provement of church furniture. , Mrs. Dyer, who was the recipient of two very beautiful bouquets from the Ladies' Guild and Girls' Friendly Society, also spoke very nicely. Community singing, game?- and compe titions, together with a song bv ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIAN PREACHER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

,. , . INDIAN PREACHES^ - Rev. E. L. ' GunesekaJu, a ' high-caste '. convert ^tovChriBtianityf who is jon a tour cf 't-3putation work on 'behalf jthe In dian Christian Missions^, will 'deUver an ' address at the Oyerse^s Auxiliary, meet- ? ing at Merrylands Methodist Church this Thursday at 2.30 a cordial Invlta- '* tion Is extended to all.

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 — 1 August 1935

SOCCER ASSOCIATION Last Saturday's results:— Und?r 19: Corrimal Rangers b. M err-'- lands. 1-0. Under 16: Guildford Wands, v Cabra-' maUa -ro result to hand). Draw for open order competition, to commence on Saturday, August 3: — 4 '3 Battalion v Merrylands, at Fairfield Park. 3 p.m.: Glenfield v St. 'John's Park, at Glcnfield Psrk, 3 pjnr; Guildford Wand erers a lye. Under 16: Cabramalta vJ.O.O.F.. 3 pan. NOTES For th? information of clubs the fol lowing data is published: — The hfn. secretary cf 4 3 Battalion is Mr. L. C. Blades. Fernifrove-road. Canity Vale: home ground, Fairfield Park; col ors. kharkl. The hon. secretary of Glenfiplrf I* Mr. Malcolm. Belmmt-'-trcet, Glenfleld: home ground, Glenfield-Park^ color, black. All players of the former Cabrflmot'a under 29 and ChertT Hill all age rhibs have been rusnended until each player ha« paid h's guota. On Saturday lest, the Morrylnnd.' under 19 tram Journpyed to Corrimal and plav ed Corrimal Rame*r. a friendlv match. Both teams pl...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

HOLROYD BUILDINGS The following applications to build have been approved by Holroyd Council:— f\ R. Mlnto, w.b. cotiagerClement-st, Guild- '' ford, £220; F. Farron, additions/*.^ cot tage, Inkcnman-st., South Granville, £150; R. Pcarce, additlons.^jrick cottage, Voung st., (South Granville, £100;- J; T. Smith, additions, w.b. cottage, Miller-st., Merry lands, ^150;.. I. E; ' Turner, Wrb. cottife^, Magow.ar-rd., Girrewe^n, £250; E. Mc- ?, Enemy, w.b. cott^eiyl W^twortiiville, £500; .W. Bourne; gaMe^and^ftore; oirrA wfecn, £300 ; A. B.vDavlra^additions tb'hall, WcsUnead, £35; E. Quartenmain. guriige, - ' Cnidge-tft., A®enyJanfis/£30; w;jS.' ObIle(i, :? garage,* Wentworthvllle; £30;,x;- 4. Budit- ?' ; land./w.b. cotlige, Wcntworthvllle, £1200. ;'ToUl, £3,1115. ? /?, ,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

T Emi I S GAMBRIIX CUP ASSOCIATION B Grade — Halcyon 4/39 d. Delwood II 5 . 35; laurels I 8/S1 d. Sunbetuns 1/25: St. Elda 5/45 d. Merrj-vllle 4 '32; Delwood I 8/53 d. Laurels II 1/22; Merryvllle 5,-40 d. Clverlo 4/33. C Grade — Div. 1: Boronia n 7/49 d. Laurels 2'3§; Bodeail I 5 '44 d. Cheerio 3/36; Ylthan Jun. 7/49 d. Claremont 2/30. Div 2: Edenlca 4/48 d. Boronia 5/41: Delmonte 5/42 d. Halcvon 4'36. Div. 3: . MenyvllJe 5/43 d. Bodeari II 4/41: Bel monte 8/44 d. The Laure's 3/41; Coolali C '50 d. Ylthan Jun. II' 3 '36. Pinal C Grade: Sunday Morning Gents., Bortean I 6/38 d. Boronia 2 '29. Novice Div. — The Nlven 6 '48 d. Bl irnnt 4 45: Lof'us 8/49 d. Delmonte 1/24: The Coral; 6/48 d. Harcourt 3 '26; Merry vllle 5/48 d. Laurels 4 '36. Entrip: for all after events close on August 5.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIAL NIGHT Marylands A.W.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

SOCIAL NIGHT Merrylands A.W-C. Tliat there were no dull moments at (he above social, iuld at Merrylands School of Arts, was the general opinion. The Rowe Bros., assisted by Mr. C. Fog gun, supplied the tmisfc* v 'in c personality barn dance was won by. Mrs. Broiherum and Messrs. Norma Kline; 'Mr. McGregor and Miss Hennessey won the Mon^e Carlo. The committee arc indebted \to Miss Reye «nd Mr. Andrews (Granville) for the prizes. . - Two humorous recitations wer^ given by Miss Rons. Dubois. Th? guest-ing cbfchpdUtlon : ^or bath towels and sox was nbt finalised,' but will be at next, function. 'WWatch 'Broadcast- er' for fcidvt.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

REGENT NEWS Friday and Saturday— The Management has pleasure in presenting Shirley Temple in 'The little colonel.' with Lionel Barrymore, Evelyn V enable arid John Ledge. Now you'll see Shirley in htr true colours — in a glorioup technicolor climax that makes ycu 1 ve bfr moie than ever. Her sighs, her tears, her laughter will find your heart. A mix* ture of mischievous sprite and .angel, 'The Little Colonel.' Number two fea ture: 'I Adori Yoif,' pure Joy and mus ic, from the stsge play of the same name. Fox Movietone New^reel and Terryt on, 'The Moth and the Spider.' Also, a grand attraction for the ciilid rcn at Saturday matinee — a Shirley Trmple competition . First prize is 10/6, also five consolation prizes of a box ct chocolates each. Send along your chXi dren who all have a chance cf cne ot these prizes, Monday and Tuesday— May Robion, Alan Hale, Maiy Carlisle and Fred Mc Mumay in 'Grand Old Girl,' The fine old stir of 'Lady f-r a Day' In a heart tugging story of a ligliting ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"DISGRACE TO CIVILISATION" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

'DISGRACE TO CIVILISATION' That Old prospect-roajj was *4a, disgrace' ' to civilisation,' ' was ' the statement jnade by K. Dl salvia In a/letter Jto Holroyd . Council, ior ^tterisioiv to tHe .^oad. —The overwer . *was instructed to report oii tbc jaattei# t?s_~ ? *

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAYING STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

' 4 i STRAYJMQ; STOCK The Goverpmeal is to be. asked by Holroyd Couoefl^ U-4mend the Act deal* ing with, stfaying stock. The clause, muEffiffr It compulsory for stock- to Mvei aijf 'fnUes per. day.-ioes^jjoV-at -- affijly'4o , Cumberland county , ''s^5^w !nght-ippe^ftlker.(cartyJng hip**^ atfl '^00 ^fe^^bove circus ringJlMuwy, I ^X^e.tpt^pypccups^oomigf on.' , .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

'AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S WEEKLY.' special spring Fashion number. 04 Pajjw — 20 In Color; 32 page book-length Novel by Elizabeth York TVUller/ 'Forbid Me lo Love' f Also, Seven other Special Features, same pricc — Threepence 'SATURDAY EVENING POST' Now ? only SIXPENCE, reduced fipm 9d — Same Quality, Tile Best ' I lie , world over. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR ^KILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD B. SWEETNAM, Tro prletor SERVICE WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. y' HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK' PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONE: UW9112 Goitage J ARE Kitchen ^ Made V#(WjW OBTAINABLE ONLY AT ,350 Guildford Road * r '' ' * '? 'I*- ? ' ?? ?? - enMPBELi/s / MERCERY AND SHOE STORE / . (OPPOSITE MERRYLANDS HOTEL) j SALE STARTS FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 * Slashing Bargains in Men's and Boys' Wear Boots and Shoes for Men and Boys, Shoes for Ladies and Girls. Remarkable Values at Campbell's Sale. GREEN or RED SPOT COUPONS GIVJSN FREELY. — 1 — ja* — ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

William Metcalfe & Co. f LIMITED J FUNERAL DIKECTOES, I m CHURCH BT., PARRAMATTA. j UW 8837 ana VW 8838. j funerals conducted at lowest j RATES. I WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH { ANY CITY FIRM. j i 'H* TAXIS AND Private Hire Cars ' E. DEVESON, Merrylands Phone: UW9693

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MISS A. M. KENTON [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

OBITUARY. MISS A. M. KENYON ' I ine death occurred on July 25 of Miss i Alice Marion Kenyon. age 89, at the resi dence of her nephew, Mr. H. Knapp, 511 r Merrylands-road. Merrylands-. She ' was I a sister of the late Mr. Frank Kenyan* a | one-time well-known estate agent and MAyor of Holroyd. and Smlthfield. A brief service was held at St. Mat thew's Church, Merrylands, Rev. A. J. Dyer conducting. The remains 'were aid to rest in th? Church of England portion of Smlthfield cemetery, cn Friday last. MRS. A. JOHNSTON Mrs. Annie Johnston - Gl ). or 100 Myall street, Merrylands. who passed away on July 25. was an old and respected resi dent; also a member of the P.AF.S., Merrylands branch. We understand she had a stroke a fp\v months ago from which she never fullv recovered. The funeral topk place last Saturday, the remains being interred in th? Church of England portion of Rookwood ccmetery, MR. WALTER NAYLOR Mr. Walter Naylor -24), of 31 Glebe* street, Parramatla, became very r-lck on...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

OUR FIRST HALF-YEARLY SALE !! REDUCTION IN ALL LINES. STOCKTAKING ODDMENTS « MEN'S and LADIES' WEAR, - j COME ALONG AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. J Wateh Our Window This Week for Chamber of Commerce Competitio^^ McDONALD'S GtJILDFORD'S CITY-PRICE MERCERS & DRAPERS. S.C.R. COUPONS.. LAY-BYES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED. ! r f ? ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE ' LUXURIOUS HUDSON . SEDANS ' AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, / ' AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. / Phone: UW9260 ^ AT ANY HOUR. j, MEALIA, Proprietor. ' WYNYARD STREET ? GUILDFORD . D0N7 TINKER WITH YOUR CAR ! Merrylands Garage / Opposite picture Show, ARE SPECIALISTS! / WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. . ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. . ' '-1^ WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK- (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) RING CW9W1.' .... 'y BY SERVICE WE GROW ? ' THE' BE^T WAY WE KNOW. V - Kj- H .» Merrylands Motors - . r. .(E. Vf. yiVIAN, Proprietor) . , ' ?$ ?. 1 7 2 Merrylands *to ad, MERRYLANDS. ' : '...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Granville CHURCH OF ENGLAND ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

South Granville CHURCH OF ENGLAND ANNIVERSARY Surrounding churches participated in the first anniversary of the Ladies' Guild Church of England. Rawson Hall branch, ' on July 23. The rector. Rev. A. J. E-yer, presided, and Matron Lewis, late of Syd I ney All- Night Refuge, was the spea&er, her subject teine 'Trees ?? The secretary's and treasurer's reports were present, after which the presidoit, Mrs. Bentley; thanked all for being ore sent. and her own members 'for their past good support in the work 01 tne Guild and Sunday school. Mrs. Dyer also spoke a few words, and m said It was anather link in the chain of f Christian service to begin again where she left off, prior t© doing missionary work among the aborigines. Solos, were rendered by Miss Morgan {'Wondering Why') and Mrs. Dumbrill (.Carey's 'Nearer my God to Thee'), and Mrs. Gyer ^elocutionary item, 'Earthen- ware') . Greetings were given from the various churches, after «hich afternoon tea was served by the Ladies' ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH AID HOLROYD METHODIST, LADIES Another Successful Year [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

CHURCH AID IIOLROYD METHODIST. LADIES' Another Successful Y,car Holroyd Mcthodiat Ladies' Church Aid h?ld its eighth annual meeting and' birth- day tea, in- the School Hall, on Thursday afternoon, July 25. The president, Mrs, Poole, wife of Rev. W. R. Poole, presided, and there was a ; gocd attendance of monitors, as well as tc^jrcsentativcs from Parramatta, Merty- ! lands, Granville, Leigh Memorial and Wcntworthvllle Methodist Church Aids, j Mcrryianas Baptists antr Merrylandc- Prcs- : byterian Guild?. St. Ann's and St. ! Malltew's Church of England Guilds, all - cX whom brought greetings and good I wishes. Tor the coming year. In opening the. proceedings, Mrs. Poole extended a very .warm' welcome to the visitors, and . Rev. W. A. Poole 'engag2d in prajfer, after. which Mrs. Da\is sang a solo, VJ Live for To-day'; Rev, Mr. and Mrs. ^ 'Foster tDpral) sang -a duet, 'My Seng Is Love'; Mr*. NlchoUs,- omg, '''The Lord's plKhway', and Mrs. Fester rendered v 'Bless .thlt- House.' Mrs. Ebe...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY, GRANVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935

SALVATION ARMY, GRANVILLE A most interesting 'life Story' will bs given by Major Smith, on August 3, in the S.A. Hall, Granville. Major Smith has done many years service in the anmy, and his early day experiences shoudl prove very interesting.

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