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£2/2 TO BENEVOLENT SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
£2/2 TO BENEVOLENT SOCIETY Referring to tlie patients treated at hospitals within the scope of its activities, the Benevolent bociety of T-J3.W. gave the figures relating to patients treated during the past year: Royal Hospital 'for Women, 5b; Kcnwick hospital for In fants, 39; Scarba Home, 5.— Council do nated £2/2. ' 'Tlie dectrical engineer reported mat ? the trouble -was due to the type of con tacts Aised, and the owner had promised to replacc thein, although the matter was not oiie tor council.. - Author; My play started half an hour' ''r agp. Go In very quietly, won't you ? ' i-'riend: Why? Auciiunoe ^letp?
VIGORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Competition Tables [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
VIGORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Competition Tables Jacobs B Grade Cup — Holroyd 16. Wer riwa 10, Jaliy Girls 9. Robins 5, Silver Star 0. Sam Lands Challenge Cup — Holroyd 4, Jolly Gills 4. Worriwa. 0, Robins 0, Silver Star o. Saturday's Results — Jolly Girls. 30 and 50 - total 60). def:ated Werriwa. 34 and 41 (total 75), by 5 runs. Holroyd, 66 and 3 wickets for 11. defeated Robins, 48 and 30 (total -73). by 1 wsckets and 6 runs. Silver Star bye (first round in challenge ) . Draw and umpires for Saturday, August 3. in challenge cup. are as follow: — Robins v Silver Star (Gordon and Reusi: Wer llwa v Holroyd (Hancock end Hughe? -: Jolly Girls a bye. ^ COMMENTS ON RESULTS Jolly Girls, turned the. tables against Werriwa by a small margin of 5 runs, mainly due to the fine bowling oT J. My»4^, who tosk 12 wirkets in the two innings. Mrs. Smith, captain of Wfrrfwa, tcp-t.?ored for her club, with 13 runs. Robins and Silver Star Oubs are a good double. Robins were again defeate...
Farewell Gathering [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
Farewell Gathering A very enjoyable evening v.as spent on Monday. July 8. whc\i about. fiO friends nf Mr. end Mrs. G. B. Scwell met to rtiy farewell to tlie couple, who have taken up residence in their new home at Man ning-read, Waverlcy. Dancing and musi cal items and garnet helped to while away the time, Mr. M. Whiting proving a very capable M:C., and he kept the amusement ball rolling. Mrs. Guy won the lucky acor prize for the ladies, and Mr. Ray Martin for the gentlemen. Mrs. Jack Garrard and Mrs. Ray Martin, *joLli be ing in excellent voire, f.ocured the prizs for the -best vocal duet. Mr. Scantlebury nnd MV-s Madeline Murphy won the waltzing ccmpcUUOn, Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin coming second. Supper time came all too soon and was served by Mcsdamcs Whiting, Mock icr and Murphy and was. enjoyed by all. After supper Mrs. Scwcll was presented with a handsome prayer book. Mr. Scwell receiving a watch and chain, and Masters John and Kevin suitable gifts from the children . Rev. Ft. Harr...
FILM FLASHES "TONED FEET" NECESSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
FILM FLASHES 'TUNED FEET' NECESSARY 'Go-d morning — arc your feet in tune?' This Is the question that was asked every morning during: th? stag ing of the great waltz number, with 160 Alberllna Rasch dancers, in Ernst Lu bltfich's production of 'The Merry Wld- I ow,M coming this Saturday, Monday and , i Tuesday evenings and matinee on Sat urday to Merrylands Cinema. Specially mode shoes, all altfce, were 'tuned' by filing and 6andpapering to all have the djrht pitch. Maurice Chevalier Jeauctte MacDonald c--star. THRILL PICTURE BOASTS UNUSUAL THEME 'Potir Hours to WaltJ' the new Para mount film, will accompany 'The Merry Widow' at Merrylands Cinema this Sat urday. Monday and Tuesday evenings, and matln-je on Saturday. Heading the well-rounded cast are Rl ;ha \i Baitljfl- | m f?s. Joe MorrL»n- Gcrtivcfe Michael, j Dorothy Tree and Helen Mack. The plot wf the story concerns Barthelmess. j a condemned murd rer. who spends the last few houre outside o' prison, men- j arled to the wrist of...
MILITARY RD., MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
MILITARY RD„ MERRYLANDS J. H. Stutsell and 11 others asked Hol royd council to place loans oi asnes»m Military-road, between Harold-street and Carringiou~road, Guildford, no that they could reach the railway station without being ankle deep in mud. Mrs. A. Ross, replying to council, re fused to grant a stiip of land for widen ing of Military-road, Merrylands. as the block was only small, and with the strip olj 'he deeds would be valueless, sue would, however, aoccpt the unimproved value thereof. — Referred to finance com mittee.
GARDEN PLOT WANTED At Gulidford Railway Station [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
GAIIDEN TLOT WANTED At Guildford Railway Station The Railway Department, in reply to Holroyd Council, advised it had no odjcc tion to the making of a garden plot In ilic vicinity of the level crossing at Guild ford station, provided council beats the ccst of necessary alterations, estimated to cost 1:47. uie rent?.: woujq dc i/- . per year. I Council dccifVd 10 avK lor an in^er- ' 1 view between the Mayor and the cl tef railway gardener.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
I to-night (Thursday) and TO-MOKROW (Friday) at 8 |ijn.— rlnal | Screenings or Warner Ur°--.' Gayest mid Most lixcilinj Drama— i , 'LIVING ON VELVET' ? Featuring jiic ,Vagu.l-3nd Three: KAY FRANCIS, WARREN WILLIAM ? and GEORGE BRENT. J Al-o, Charles Dfenkns' Immortal Story, 'THE OLD Cl'KIOSITY SIIOP' ? FRIDAY Only, fit 1.40 p.m. sharp- 50th Chapt.fr of the S^sc\Ucnal J ' serial, 'THE RED RIDER' This SAT., MON., TUES., AUGUST 3, 5 &*G EVENINGS at 8 o'clock, nnd at SATURDAY MATINEE at 2 p.m. The Greatest Spectacle of Music. Love and Laughter that wo have ever presented. II will give you your Greatest Entertainment Thrill J* Don't Miss it I j ' ^ ' Additi^ Attm at Evci^ Se^ ^ ^ ^ ^ j jt RICHARD BART1IELMESS, Everybody's Favorite, with GLKTRLDE MICHAEL and ROSCOE KARKS1 In a Jolting Drama tiiat will send tko Thrills chasing up and down yiar splne-r 'FOUR HOURS TO WAI T.' Special Added Slmrt Subject: IAURKL & HARDY, l'mislcr-, Snpr'elir. in -THE LIVE GHOST' (2 -reel Comed...
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL Mrs. Wamock. of McrryJands-road, tv'lio recently had an accident and broKe ncr arm, is progressing favorably. Mr. R. Alnsley. cf Bclinoni-strect, liad to take to Ills bed a few day^ last week. tiUlh a fiJigiit attack of pneumonia. His friends w*U be G^d to fioe him about ? The friends of Mr. George Reus, War [ wick-road, will bo pleased to leaiu thai he Is progresstng favorably under his new treatment. The Presbyterian Young Peojjle's Frf Icwsliip Association took the services at tlie church at Merrjiands la:.t Sunday. Mr. HiUier. of Chcrtscy-slrcet, was suff ering from a heavy cold last week. Mr. Arthur Judson, of Mcrrylands road, will shortly be going abroad for a hcliuay. His jyopuiajity compels Jf-- friends to wish him foon x'oyage. Mi'. Smith, butcher, of Morrylands road. ran some good trials liis dogs at the 'week-end, at Granville showground track. Betrt.y Travel's, of 143 WoodviHe-road. has been selected to represent N5.W. schools against Queensland, in j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
Pay as You Wear Suits V Special Easy Terms 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 -SVeekly £6/6/- 6/3. Deposit 6/3 Weekly Ladies' Costumes MAN - TAILORED TO ME&SURE from C3/1S/0 J BRADLEY'S MERRYLANDS & LIVERPOOL. RIO RITA MERRYLANDS AGENT for— , SflRGENlSy PIES, CAKES and PASTRY. HIGH-CLASS CONFECTION ERY & SOFT DRINKS, PROCERA BREAD Procurable Here. SHOP AT THE Advance Australia At 140 MERRYLANDS ROAD, For Choice Quality Fruit and -Vegetables. Wli' GIVE 'SPECIAL FOOD' ORDERS OUR BEST ATTENTION. WE SELL WHOLESALE TO THE TRADE. FRESH EGGS DAILY. ' . 'CIVILITY' OUR MOTTO . N. LEITCII, Proprietor. 4 ' 'A H. J. BIDDLE, M.O.A., / Optometrist and Optician, ^ LWHG3D, 10 RAILWAY PARATiE, GRANVILLE. DEST SHELL FRAMES. 12 '6 to 17/6 carh; Second Qualitv. 10/6 each. SIGHT ACCURATELY TESTED. iHffiffl GLASSES MOST REASONABLE. TESTS GUARANATEED. Jewellery & Fancy Goods Dept u'j Ycu CANNOT BEAT OUR PRICES...
COUNCIL DISGUSTED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 1 August 1935
COUNCIL DISGUSTED The following resolution -was moved by Aid. R. L. Tamplin, at Tuesday night's meeting of Holroyd Council: 'That coun cil views with disgust the action of the P.M.GV-. Department in ooenln? up the newjy-iurrnea ipuLpuui m uuuuiviu-iuou, and considers it an abuse of statutory . jjowers-, lacking in courtesy to council, and s a ' wanton waste of public money. — The resolution was carried.