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GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

GUILDFORD. Harvest Festivals were held at the Congregational Church last Sun day. Mr. George Piggin, Postman, re sumed duty last Tuesday. We hear that Mr. ,. and Mrs. O'Donoghue of Cross Street, are proud grandparents. Harvest Thanksgiving Services were held last Sunday, 17th inst., in Methodist Church, and after Divine Service, the choir rendered the Sac red Cantata, 'The Daughter of Moab,' which was much appreciated by those present. Last Saturday night Guildford Fire Brigade was called to a cottage at Prospect St., Canley Vale, but it was only scrub and rubbish burning. INTO THE STRAIGHT. The summarised value of, building construction completed in January in surrounding districts. Cabra Vale, new, £1100; Fairfield, new, £1650, alterations/ £100; Gran ville, new, £1149, alterations, £2300; Holroyd, new, £4345; Liverpool, new, £250; alterations £1050; Parramatta, new, £1910. The «rand total in the Water Board area for new buildings was £540,984, compared with £172,885 for January l...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

Brocaded Satin in beautiful shades, only 8£d. yd. at E. H. Line and Co.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REGENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

REGENT NEWS. Tlic Regent on Friday and Satur day . next presents this tremendous programme. William Powell, Myrna Loy, Maureen O'Sullivan in the 'Thin Man,' the most exciting and enter taining detective mystery ever filmed. He didn't want to do it, but Wm. Powell was forced to solve three baffling murders. This is the picture you have been waiting for. Truly a Powell picture. Unit two on thJB pro gramme — Eugene O'Neill's amazing story of Empoior Jones, featuring Paul Robcron, the negro baritone. A book, a play, an opera, now greater etil] a taking picture. Emperor Jones — he conquered strong men, broke women's hearts, smashed nature's laws. But they put him on the spot, and then a black Napoleon throws thp die- with fate. Unit thiep, Fox Movietone Newsreel. Unit four, Mickey Mouse cartoon, ''Mickey's Steeplechase.' Saturday, 23rd, special attraction for the children at the matinee — Cap- tain McFartan's performing dogs and monkeys. Also our new children's competition starts. Do«not...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

CARET'S 1 FINAL WEEK SALE BARGAINS ' Ladies' FUJI-DE-LUXE BLOOMERS, good quality. .. All gus- ;: setted in White, Pink, Sky and Salmon, in S.W., W., O.S., X.O.S. sizes. JOB PRICE ? 1/3^ pair Ladies' TWO-PIECE CREPE PYJAMAS, nicely embossed fronts, in two-tone effects in Pink, Sky and White. ?%, Usual 3/11. BARGAIN ? 2/1 1£ set Children's TWO-PIECE CREPE PYJAMAS, nice quality crepe, in White, Pink, Sky, in all sizes. Usual 3/6. BARGAIN ? 2/3 set CAREYS FAMOUS UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS REDUCED. These all carry a three years' guarantee. Single Bed. Usual 1/9 ? NOW 1/64 Three-quarter. 1 1 1| ? NOW 1/9 Double Bed. 2/6 ? SALE 2/3 yd. Also Double Bed, Plain at ? 1 10£ yd. Why not make a Lay Bye at Sale Prices? LACONIA BLANKETS This famous Brand is guaranteed for 12 years. Why not have the Best for Rest? Single Bed 25/-, Three-quarter Bed 37/6, Double Bed 37 6 pair MAKE A LAY-BYE FOR THE WINTER. UNBLEACHED CALICO. A pure cloth, 36in. Nice soft finish ? : ? SALE PRICE 5/11 doz. CHECK TEA TOWELS, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

-.fin test ^\ 'Ufij' Tp^i 'Cl2^r\ Vip *Ci 1 &UALITY ALWAYS THE HIGHEST V' :; ? J^Kj^THE LOWEST «M PLAIN MIXED BISCUITS .. 7*d. H-. SHORT BREAD BISCUITS .. 8£d- Ib. GINGER NUT BISCUITS .. . . 6d. Ib. pVALTINE .. ... 1/6, 2/6, 4/6 tin OUAUTY BROOMS ? Hid. ea. NEW SEASONS DATES . . Sid. Ib. LAUREL KEROSENE .... 4 Ad. quart BULK VINEGAR ? 4£d. quart CHOICE POTATOES .... 14 lbs. 1/ Tins FRUIT SALAD . . . . . . 8£d. tin Large HERRINGS IN SAUCE, 8, id. tin TINNED^ONES;;,.. ? 4£d, tiii DRINIC CUBES * ' id each M WEAT^jg«^CUITS 2 pkts 4*d 1 BAGBfcWjr ' per doz lid. 1 C01*H$#^/V J 9\A, Ib. I FLOORfOMSH;; . 2Jd. hn I -Laiye-PIC^^Igir . , *6&d.-bot % wi$a$f0fc specials 12oz. CAMP PIE HI I Bot Tomato Sauce]! ofj| TfaeTwo '1V[ Bar Monster Soap II j I (Thompsons) llWffl iTrcc'PolishingClothf f ZMl lozi Jar Vitamitel I I j^oz. pkt. Cheese l/.l fib. Sad Biscuits ?» I Peek Ft«an: ^Biscuits iPlain ] Creams J 174 Merrylands Road MERRYLANDS 122 Merrylands\|^^K)l'iMERRYt|0^S : ? ? ' 'at *...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

I it .. .W^^r I S *?or the Cream of the Screen the Regent's Supreme g I Friday & Saturday, Feb. 22-23 I lUinmgn i 5 MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN^; X NAT PENDLETON. A .H«ro v 5 MINNA GOMBELL y Ma}ct/ 1 CARTOON, 'MICKEY'S'' S MELO DRAMA,' FOX 5 MOVIETONE NEWS. §&£- PAUL ?*$'- x Pi RORFQON W- 9 ?,ji$. II V^ DCS \S 1^1 ?J3g; p IS emP€ROR 111 j§ Jones li ^:. »,i(, DUDLEY DIGGES |||| g x | GIGANTIC MATINEE FOR THE KIDDIES, § § CAPT. McFARLANE'S PERFORMING DOGSg 1 ? AND MONKEYS ? § iMonday & Tuesday, Feb. 25-261 I 'Avalanche,' Travelbgue, Metro News |j 1 Wed. and Thurs. F^wuary 27-28| I 'DESIRABLE' with Jean Muir and George | I I§na May Oliver in^MURDER ON THE || I ™ BLACKBOARD,' Comedy and News Reel | 1 ' COMING MARCH 1st, LEE TRACY IN | I 'ADVIGE TO THE LOVE LQRl^^ §

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

'^' SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL BAtL Broughton St. (neur Water Pipes) Sunday School, 2.80 pjn. Gospel Service, 7.15 p.m. 'TALKS ON THE TABERNACLE' (illustrated bjr large model) By Mr. PRED WOODS Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday Nights 'SlAng Christians specially invited'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAMBRILL CUP TENNIS Paints Score. C Grade—Division [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

GAMURILL CUP TENNIS Points Score. C Grade — Division I. Team. P. W. L. V. I'ts. Laurels II. S) S 1 0 16 Boron ia 0 7 2(1 14 Merryville I '?? 0 X 0 12 St. Elda !i ?! 5 0 8 Cheerio II. H 1 8 0 2 Koala i- I 8 0 2 Division 11. Team P. W. L. D. Pts. Delwood H !- 0 0 18 Claremont !- 7 2 0 14 Wondabyne !? (- :- 0 12 The Laurels !? 2 fi 1 5 Rainbow II. it 2 r- 1 ,ri Dclmontc i» (I i) 0 0 Division III. Team. P. W. L. D. B. Pt. Laurels 11 10 1 0 2 24 Cheerio I. 12 II 1 0 1 24 Bluegum U K n 0 2 H'- Summerlea II. 11 5 H 0 2 14 Coolah II. 10 4 (i 0 2 12 I Claremont II. 11 4 7 0 2 12 | Yithan Jun. 10 0 10 0 2 4 C Grade — Division IV. Team P. W. L. D. B. Pi. Laurels 1. 11 10 1 0 2 24 Halcyon 11 9 2 0 2 22 Rainbow I. 11 7 4 0 2 18 Summerlea I. 11 5 G 0 2 14 Coolah I. 12 4 S 1 1 11 Bodean 11 2 8 1 2 ti Merryville II. 11 1 10 0 2 6 ;? Novice — Division I. '' Team P. W. L. D. B. Pt. Boronia 7 6 1 0 2 1G Steadfast 7 4 I) 0 2 12 Bodean 8 5 3 0 1 12 Halcyon 7 2 4 1 2 it Merryville II. 7 0 G 1 2 5 Divisio...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

A good useful CLOCK at 3/6 is always handy. A CASE for shopping, school, bush, business or the week end can be had in the various qualities from 6d. BAKING SETS containing 12 pure greaseproof cake con tainers, 160 similar patty pans, 80 coloured patty pans and 48 lace paper d'oyleys. Usual price 1 /6. WHILE THEY LAST, 6d. each. E. G. WILLIAMS Newsagency, Guild ford. UW 9559

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GAMBRILL CUP TENNIS ASSOCIATION. C Grade—Div. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

gambriLl cup #jbnnis assogiation. C Grade— l-iv. I. Borinia 8-53 defeated Merryville 1-30, Laurels 8-51 defeated Cheerio 1-28. Div. II. Dchvood 8-52 defeated Clarcmont 1-24, Rainbow 6-40 defeated Del mente 3-30, Wondabyne 6-43 defeated The Laurels 3-35. ' Div. III. Cheerio I?-,'J4 defeated Laurels 6-47. Coolah 5-46 defeated Yithan Juniors 4-20. Blue Gum 6-40 defeat ed Summerlea -!-30. Div. IV. Halcyon El-54 , defeated Merryville 0-12, Bodean 7-51 defeated Summer lea 2-'M. Rainbow 5-41 defeated Coo lah 4-;)fi. Novice — Div. I. Bodean fi-46 defeated Merryville 3-31, Borinia 8-52 defeated Halcyon 1-30. Div. II. Bohilla (i-45 defeated Waratah 3-31,, Merryville 4-42 defeated Laurels 5-41, Yithan Jun: 6-4G defeated Del monte .'3-30. AH entries for knock-out tomp. must bo in on Monday night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

' SPECIAL 1 I i GOLF SHIRTS. Usually 5/11 . . SPECIAL PRICE 3/11 PELACO SHIRTS from . . 5/11 GOLF SHIRTS, 2 Collar* . . 4/11 WYRNWAY COAT SHIRTS, from 5/11 KOALA SHIRTS from . . . . 4/11 Small Boy*' SERGE TROUSERS, I 2/6 ] Boy*' PEERLESS CAMBRIC RANGER SHIRTS from .. 2/6 Boy*' BLOUSE SHIRTS from 1/11 Girlt' PLAY APRONS . . 6d. each McDonalds Mercers and Outfitters Next Newsagent GUILDFORD. USE OUR LAY BYE. CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP j Guildford Garage I 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD I R. Sweetnam, Prop, (late Cooper) I Service Work executed promptly ' I AH Accessories stocked at City Prices . I High Pressure Greasing ~ j WYNALL CYCLE AGENT Phone UW 9112 j TIMBER THE MERRYLANDS TIMBER YARDS (The late Cypress Pine Co.) We stock HARDWOOD, OREGON, BALTIC, CYPRESS PINE ana ' MOULDINGS of All Descriptions. ;| SPECIAL WHILE IT LASTS I 4in. Cypress Flooring * — — 26/- per hundred super. .-.; ?Phone ;: UW9098 4| _ _ - V rtt^n^n — t ? ..— ? .....??^??f »mi By Ser*;T Refreshments. ? ^...

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HOLROYD, MERRYLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

HOLROYD, MERRYLANDS. Mrs. Gough, of Meakin St., Merry lands. ' Arrival of a son last Mon day, we are told. Holroyd. Cpuncil will be urged to construct swimming baths at a prob able cost of £3000. The Merrylands and District Dog Fanciers' Club held a very success ful show on Saturday last, one oi the chief - .items of interest was the obedience test. Mrs'. Lauret's Duke of Bossendale, and Mr. W. Fear's 'Tiger Royal' gave an exhibition of ' how an Alsatian can be trained, both dogs;. showing wonderful intelligence and ^obedience. The judge in tho Al 'Sation section was the well-known in -terstate judge, Detective Sergeant E. rM. Nye. , The others sections, cattle and, kelpies) and toy breeds, we're .very weir represented. ?';!Fhe '2Gp Happiness . Club held a 'social afternoon at the Merrylands .^hool of Arts on Monday, 18th Feb ,ijiary.v . 3N^xt meeting will be 4th vMafeh-:/ r.'vy -? ' ?

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LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST SERVICES. Morning, 11 a.m., Lord's Table.— Mr. E. Christopherson. Evening, 7 p.m., Gospel Service. — Mr. A. Terry. Sunday School at 3 p.m. ?

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GRANVILLE AND DISTRICT VIGORO ASSOC. Competition Tables. Sam Land's Challenge Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

GRANVILLE AND DISTRICT VIGORO ASSOC. Competition Tables. Sam Land's Challenge Cup. Club P. W. L. F. Pts. Holroyd :i 2 I 0 8 Werriwa 2 1118 Robins . 2 1 J 1 S Wallaroo 3 2 1 0.8 Club P. W. L. F. Pts. Jacob's 'B' Grade Cup. . Wallaroo 5 4.1.0 16. Werriwa 5 3 2 0 12 Kewpie United 5 2 3 0 8 Robins S 1 ' 4 0 4 Kewpie United I 0 10 0 Holroyd 5 4 10 16 Silver Star 5 0 -5 ! 0 .:? 0 -( ..Silver-Star ?.. 8 . '? 1: ;^;~i 0.^.4: Result of Play, 16tjh. Februarj^*; .? , Wallaroo's hops/.werevtppViJpngJ'W be overtaken by Hojroyd;.^ ; 49 -Si f;he? first and 6 for 37 in Mie i-Wec6iid,'j?was ' too much for Hblroydi;1who':jcould-'pnly' set 39 and 40- H6lroyd!rieckons;|;hatj: long hops will not beo'f JmuchiJJavail in the next round. WJiHaroo's.-lJiops.; ' are too long to lastvipaSlohgo ?'??'?-'?. \ At last the wea^hesryiias. ^broken,. and the Stars '?a're-.-.6^flptor^ 'i-AjHerj ? . suph a long.tbMeii.mndJ^ei'iiloujisJi of adversity; it\iis;rrflP;^bndeivlit1iiBK Werriwa i\yas ^bpTwids-jivrt ; 'of .l-$h|...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

X 1239 $&? ' , X !^^^| it? yts m ^TO AD C^KS T E R':|H 7600 Gpafanteed Free Circulation 'HI ^*** Weekly 7000 ' . |f| MERRYLANDS TO LIVERPOOL '.'ll

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

TAXIS and PRIVATE HIRE CARS ''**f E. DEVESON, Merrylands. Phone UW9693

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD. New School of Arts. * 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. These Services are bright and helpful. Come and hear the Old, Old Story- A welcome and message 1 awaits you. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

£1; NO MORE NETS!! if Keep Mosquitoes away H w^h M ' FOREZE ' H Mosquito Cream In The Face Cream that k] Prevents! Hi 1/- per bottle |] W. O. TAAFFE If M.P.S., Ph.C. ?11 Chemist & Druggist ai Tel. UW955S ? GUILPFORD I FOR BETTER VISION 3 Which menu Better Health j CONSULT | C. McKENZIE, M.I.O. | Optometrist S Optician I Moxbam Chambers, I 147a CHURCH ST., PAEBAMATTA 8 (over Henderson and Greggs) I & 47 McARTHUR STa GUILDFORD | Phone UW9178 I OPTICIAN to tba New South Wales i Education Department for the supply I of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S GLASSES ;l by CoBtrmd. | K. B. BOOK EXCHANGE \ 233 WOODVILLE ROAD SOUTH GRANVILLE VIN. KIELY — M. BURKE Proprietors Merrylands Garage Opp. Picture Show Merrylands (J. Wayinan, Prop.) WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH PRESSURE GREASING ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK RING UW 9801 Golden Bell SUNDAE SHOP WARE ST., FAIRFIELD The Most Up-to-date Sundae Shop in Fairfield. MODERNISED INTERIOR HALL avaUable for DANCES...

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20 MILLION SWEETHEARTS. Dick Powell With Ginger Rogers. New Film Lovers Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

20 MILLION SWEETHEARTS. Dick Powell With Ginger Rogers. New Film Lovers Team. A brand new romantic ,Hni comes to the screen in the persoflPfof Dick Powell and Ginger Rogers who ap pear as screen lovers in 'Twenty Million Sweethearts,' the First Na tional picture which opens at the Merrylands Theatre beginning Sat urday. Monday and Tuesday, 23rd, 2Mb and 26th February. No more popular couple could ap pear together than these two, who are said to be not only admirably suited to each other temperamentally and physically, but to work in per fect harmony. Both have won their - spurs as popular screen players as : well as singers of exceptional ability. Powell and Ginger have appeared ! together before, ' in '42nd Street' anil 'Gold Diggers of 1933,' but Ginger did not have the romantic lead opposite Dick in these pictures. In both of these pictures Dick was teamed with Ruby Keeler. Now in 'Twenty Million Sweet hearts' it is Dick and Ginger, with Pat O'Brien playing tho straight vomody ka...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 21 February 1935

Last two nights — To-night (Thursday) and To-morrow (Friday) (Evenings only at 8 p.m.) WILLIAM POWELL in 'THE THIN MAN' And ZANE GREY'S 'WAGON WHEELS' Friday evening o'nly — The I 1th rpisode of Thrilling Serial. ? 'PIRATE TREASURE' ? _ Direction, A. J.-13tsz,i.\i ? SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY, 23rd, 25th and 26th FEBRUARY Evening* only at S p.m. Saturday Matinee, at 2 p.m. ?* *o^ ' /^ j^story told in a song* /y^^B^^ ? __^ ^^^^^B 7-^H j^^^K GINGER ROGERS i '? |j&? JE M- fi Supported by this dramatic thunderbolt DIANA WVNYARD, COLIN CL1VE and FRANK LAVVTON in JOHN GALSWORTHY'S last novel 'ONE MORE RIVER' A PHgr literally ton-, from the Look of life! ' At the Matinee, Saturday, al 2 p.m. 'ONE MORE RiVLR' ? ''20 MILLION SWEETHEARTS' And I 1th Episode of Thrilling Serial, 'PIRATE TREASURE' WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 27th and 2Sth FEBRUARY and 1st MARCH (Evenings only at 6 p.m.) :'-.i^9^^^^^^H^' Charlie's the goofiest ^s^^^^^^^lE ^^^^^^^HP detective who ever ^h^^^HI ;$^^^^^...

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