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SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY Rev. A. J. Dyer (St,' Ann's Church of England)- took as his subject, 'Light,' at the happy anniversary of the Sunday school at St. Ann's. Merrylands, which was celebrated on' Sunday last by a spe cial children^ service, at which many parents and friends were present. Sev ciiu iwaiu given oy pupus, inciuainq songs by Nancy Baker, Nancy McCorkell, June Curling and Jack Peters, and recita tions by Joan Taylor and Jolin McCorkell. Rev. A. J. Dyer took the service In the afternoon, and at evensong, when Nancy . Baker and Jack Peters again sang.
Grade Chess Merrylands-Guildford r Tramway 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
Grade Chess Merrylands-GuJIdford T Tramway 1 The above C grade match, played s£ Rozclle on Tuesday, 13th, resulted in a win for Merrylands by 4 games to 3. Scores:— Merrylands-Guildford: Robert son 0, Morrfis 1. Pink 0, Anstey 1, Ogden 1 1. A. Merlino 1; T. Merlino 0; total 4. iTamway j: *wgers 1, Doherty 0, Lewder 1, Smith 0, Gullickion 0, Mason 0, Martin 1; total 3. The competition has reached a' very interesting stage, as University, with 29 points, now lead, with Merrylands dose behind with 28. Canterbury-Bankstown are third, with 24 i. The next grade match is against Tram way H, at Merrylands School of Arts, on Wednesday, August 28. On Monday, 26th. Merrylands- Journey to Homebush for the second friendly match with the Homebush Club. ? ' Ifcr the information -of members and others interested, the secrretary ar ranged with Mr. W. A. Fdwbeii, the Sports Store, 132 Merrylands-road, id have Ihe results, and the positions of the various clubs in the c grade competition exhibited in ...
Cycle Racing Members Enthusiastic [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
Cycle Racing Members Enthusiastic At a meeting held In Sweetnam's garage on August 15, twenty-one enthusiasts were present. It *was decided to hold a ' .scratch race of 5* miles. This took place last, satuday, and resulted as lollows:— Dawson 1, Jackson 2, Wheatley 3. Daw noli, who was 1 laving his first ride in com tvlklvp rvelinn. mih uri A trrw I nncc to win by about 200 yards, after nn unpaced ride, in the smart time of 13 I min. 35 2-5 see. More 'should be heard I of this rider in the future. The commit- I tee controlling the race were, Messrs. R. j Pnwley, Hansen, Chandler and Mason. ' Twelve new me-mberp joined up, and there j arc now 21. Others are invited to join at the next meeting, at Sweetnam's garage, this Thursday (August 22). At la£t Saturday's race It was noticed that many cyclists seemed anxious to compete, but could not pluck up sufficient courage. So join up — even, the champion liad to make a start some ftlmc. , Mr. O. Dumbrill acted as turning point steward and ...
NASTY MISHAP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
NASTY MJSHAP Mr. Jock Robertson, at present resid ing with Mr. T. Laiwrence, of station st. Guildford, had the misfortune to sit on. a bottle, which broke. la& Monday. Ten stitches had to bj inserted. JJe wa s seeitag boar# Jinjj lodging#,. telephoned An' advertisement through to his newsagent. , The next morning It ap peared in_the paper. 'Gentleman desires board and lodging ? rHwy io please — ^U1 eat ahythlng-r-lond L of cSmdrezL** ' '
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
MERRYLANDS personal Aid. W. Campbell spent last week-end with his parents at Lake Mocquarie. Mr. R. Harrison, of Chetwynd-road, has sailed for New Zealand to lrnlal several clec-tiic Incubators. He will probably be away for three months. The Stork visited the home of Alder man and. Mrr. Edward Stiles (known as 'Ted'), last week, and left a bonny boy. Mr. Brodie, of Ra \v son-road, hai re ceived a letter from Blayney tWcst New Soutii Woles) to say that snow was falling heavily during the -viT«k-end. There was as much as 10 feet in the gullies. During the school holidays Mrs. Wstt-s. of Manchester-street, will be holidaying In the countxy, possibly Narrabrl. DIGGERS* DANCE The Sherwood branch of the R.S. and S.I.L.A.. Merrylands West, will hold their dance in the Town Hall, Merrylands, on August 29, as the Church Hall was not available. FAREWELL PARTY & PRESENTATION Miss Joyce Baker was given a farewell party, by the Acton Tennis Club, la-'i Sunday, prior to her departure for ...
Diggers' Smoko. Late State Secretary Entertained [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
Diggers' Smoko. Late State Secretary Entertained On Monday, August 12, a smoko was held in Uic Guildford club room when Uie gue-t of honor was Mr. E. Rushbrooke, N B E., late State Secretarj', Australian Legion or Ex-senice Clubs. There was a good attendance of club members, and Jim O'Brien worked overtime to ensure that, no member tniMP/4 a frtact The old 'Digger' chonisas were revived and sung with great gusto, and the nvwly-acquircd club piano responded well under the capable flngers cf Mr. Williams. Tlie junior vice-president. Mr. Ruther ford, proposed the toast of 'Tlie Legion,' mid Mr- Eason, State Secielary, respond ed. The toast of 'Our Guesls' was fittingly given by Mr. Peterson, who congiatulaLed Mr. Rushbrooke, an behalf of the club, on having recently had the honor M.BS. conferred upon him. In reply, Mr. Rushbrooke stated how pleased he always was to be prcs:nt at any function organised by the Guildford Club. From the spirit exhibited by th-? numbers he had no fears lor ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
Soon the wintery blasts will give way to spring -sunshine and ensembles such as this ope -worn by 'Jean Chadbum, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer player, will be popular.. Tlie slacks are white and of a heavy Jcnlt- -and the shSrt of Alice blue combine to make a striking and effective combination for Ahe sultry days which are not very far ahead.
SUCCESSFUL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
SUCCESSFUL CONCERT A very fine concert, organised by Mrs. A. Naismith, in aid of the bweets stall for the forth conning fair of the Presbyterian Church. Merrylands, was held in the Presbyterian Church Hall on Wednesday. August 14. A very excellent programme was rendered, and the hall wa«. filled to capacity. Mrs. T. Williams (Guildford) overture; Miss Jean Naismith sang 'Open thy Blue I5yes.' and 'The Oookoo'; li«le Miss Thca Bell gave a recitation 'The Circus Horse'; Miss Gwen Dickenson delighted with several numbers; Mr. G. E. Mitchell sang finely 'Mother Machree' and 'The Cavalier'; Miss Shaw, violinist, gave several delightful solos; Mrs. C. Davis (contralto) sang 'Angus MacDon ald' and 'Caro Mi Ben'; Mr, Don Mc Gregor sang 'The Sergeant Major' and 'I Travel the Road'; Marie Bell, gave several recitations *. * Madame Howe, of North Sydney, . pleased., with. . 'Annie Laurie' and '-One Night of Jjove'; Mr. R. M. Somervllle had all in fits of laughter with his humorous items. Altog...
FILM FLASHES 'RUMBA' STARS LAVISH GOWNS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
FILM FLASHES 'RUMBA' STAR'S LAVISH GOWNS Carole Lombard, blond: Paramount star, who was recently nominated by Travis Banton for the title of the best dresred screcn actress, wears nine of Ban ton's newest creations in Para nirmllt.7; 'Rumba ' vrllirh jcrrA-ns nt 1,1 IP Merrylands Cinema this Saturday. Mon day and Tuesday, and matinee on Sat urday. Mis- I/mibard Is again starred with George Raft I11 dancing, and 'she plays the role 'S a beautiful hdrcis who** love for her famous dancer fur nishes the central plot of the film. 'DARING YOUNG MAN: James Dunn started on a rare .«ihorl vacation upon completion of 'The Dar ing Yovmc Man.' a hilarious comcdy of newspaper life, tr- be .shown at Merry lands Cinema this Saturday, Mi 'day and Tuesday evenings, and Saturday matinee. Mae Clarke and N.'il Hamil ton Iprc also feativred . JOAN CRAWFORD IN COMEDY Joan Crawford, glamorous Metro Mcbro-GoloVyn-M'ry^T star, plays pure cornody for tfr- first time in the new all-star production, ? 'Forsaki...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
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RIFLE SHOOTING 4 '3 Battalion Club [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
RIFLE SHOOTING 4 3 Battalion Club Weather conditions were again favor able for riflemen on Saturday last, at Anzac Rifle Range, and some very good scores were registered. Each year a valu able cup has been donated to the club by Lteut. -Colonel Parsons -V.D.), command j ing officer of the 4/3 Battalion, and last Saturday's meeting represented the ftrst of a series- of six shoots, the scores of which count towards the .winning of the trophy. The scores recorded suggest that a kfen struggle will eventuate for posses sion of tlie cup. Firing at 500 yards.. 10 shots, 2 sight crs, the best scores, in order of merit, were:— Lieut. G. Cartwrigiit -V.C.) 47, Sgt. J, E- Frost 45, Cpl. A. Rothery 43, Pte. R. Sims 43. L.-Cpl. H. Norton 43, Sgt. A. Bligh 39, Cdt. A. Tuckwell 39, Cdt. R. prook 38, Pte. G. P. Smith 37. Pte. L. A. Smith 36. Pte. R. Smith 36, Opt. Small 35, L-Cpl. A. Jeffress 35.
SOCCER. SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
. SOCCER. SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Results of matches played in open order competition on Saturday last'— Menylands beat- St. John's Park, 4-0; Glenfield beat 4 3 Battalion. 8-2. Open Order Competition Table P. W. L. Pis. Merrylands ; ? 3 3 0 6 , St. Joint's Park ? 3 2 1 4 I Glenfield ? 3 1 2 2 I 4 3 Battalion ? 3 0 3 0 I Fixtures- for next Saturday:— Merry- I lands v 4 3 Battalion, St. John's v Glen field. NOTES It is the desire of the P. and D. com mittee that all clubs and players take 'warning that late registrations, and oad or. ^jusive language, will be severely dealt Merrylands, by defeating S\. John's last Saturday, now go to the front in the open order competition. However, many tilings can happen yet. Glenfield have given a good account of themselves so far, and may spring surprises in the current round. The 4 3 Battalion learn have befcn very versatile, and members of this team must Tealiso the good work done, and still being carried out by their hon. secretary. Mr. ...
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP Ladies' Mid-week Finals: Allsports -Mcsdames Eldridge, Tillman. Terry and Hanky) defeated Merryville ladies in this event, and arc vei-y pleased with the re sults, as they have gone through llie competition undefeated. MERRYLANDS LADIES A team of A grade ladies representing Slazengcns, Ltd., paid a visit to Merry V' nui uiiiaiu. io jjiay a icsii under tlie captaincy of Mrs. Darcy Mecks. Allhough the weather was not the best a very enjoyable afternoon was fpent. At the conclusion of tlie games an exhibition .?ingles match was plnyed between Mrs. Brairineton, of Berala-Carramar, and Mr. Hugh Taj-lor, of Fairfield, and a delight ful exhibition of tennis was given. Tlie matches were arranged by Simpson's Sporu Store. Results: — Mesdames Brafsington and Atkins v Mrs. O'Connell and Miss Aliearne 6-2, 6-2: v Mesdames Meeks and Beatty. 0-2. 6-4; Mesdames Williams and Gibson v Mesdames Meeks and Beatty, 6-2, 6-3; v Mrs. O'Connell and Aliearne 6-4, C-3. Considerable intere...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, AUGUST 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 22 August 1935
CHURCH OF ENGLAND : .SUNDAY, . AUGUST, 23. IB. Mary's — il a.m. Mr. Earnshaw; Holy ConupunJon, Rector. — 11 a.m.. Holy communion, . 'h. ' ' :i- ^Sector; 7.15 p.m., Mr. Maidment. St., Matthew's— ll a.m., Mr. Maidment 's p.m., Mr, Maidment; 7.16, Mr» Eanishaw. . ^^Dhilst.Chiirch— 3^,^ Eamshaw.