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GRANVILLE IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

GRANVILLE 1MPOUNDINGS ' iThe impounding officer, In his report-to GranviUe Council, stated that for the period ending 23rd lost nine- head or stock had been Impounded. Complaints received during Ihe period were Irani Bolton-st., Gulldford, and more than ; half-a-dozen from Woodl'UIe-rd. at South Gronville. In the latter case a praclloc had been made of turning a young, heifer out on to the streets after sunset; ;but the owner had promised to dispose, of the animal and avoid arty turther^annoyance. In four or five cases he liad asked the niti:ei« of stock to avoid tethering animals on the council's proyerty; and to sec that lhry are tied at n distance from the streets and footpaths to aj to prevent Itrespasslng. In this rrapeel -the wlsnes rvf 4hc council will, he thought, be carried out. , , ._ _ . If we could put love's fire hi words I But then Our best thoughts are in words we never say: ' - The golden moment may not'eonie, again And yet its presence, takes °ur speech

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

For that Trarrd Work and Embroidery Thrtad'-^uri- to crt il at E. 11. Lin« and Co., Gulldford. R. E. PETERS MERRYLANDS ROAD (Rear of Young's), MERRYLANDS. THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER GASFITTER and DRAINER . Established 20 Years. » / EsUmatfs Free. . All Work Guarante*/ Sanitary Work a Speciality. PHONE: UW9464. An advertisement In 'The Broadcaster1' will reub more people than many canvassers could. MERRYLANDS / -^*^~ CAR HIRE and /^-C ? ^ TAXI SERVICE. J^rS^^^'^ E. DEVESON, Prop. ^^-«\YI 'L-^'^ D A Y-— ^^^^—'^^ ^ ^C^ V^\-^^SEDAN CARS AT YOUR SERVICE. ^- — '*^C» V^i---*WEDI)IN'GS, THEATBE PARTIES, T'bl)RS, EJc. ^ ? ^MERRYLANDS CAR HIBl.AND TAXI SERVICE. -THONE: UW9093. will always be Mund at the TOP RIGHT-HAND CORNER, Front Page «t the ' BBOADCABTER. ? IF HHM I- QiliV^^ HIGHER QUALITY! I lll/iTlt OA/ll 'O LOWER PRICES!! 8 ibf^foUtow . ... 1/ 20 «z.:D0t. Wor. Sauce . 8£d ' FuU &e-m $liik . . . . 6d . ?- 8ot;tittjpe . . . . . 5Ad l(l '' ' - ;,-j jS#|fcC4 A I : Onfelio &am...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS HENDERSON—BECKER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

WEDDING BELLS IltrvnERSON— UKCKKIt On Saturday, August 3. a very pretly winding was solemnised by Rev. W. Brown In Uu' Methodist Church, Ryde. The liarties were Grace Eveiyn. eldest daught er, of Mr. and Mrs. W. Becker, of 'Ruse Lynne,' BIax!a»d-road, Ryde. aJid Reg inald, elder son ol Mrs. Henderson, Myall street, Merrylands. The bride, who was given away by her father, was charmingly dressed in white momenta, with a velvet coatee, and car ried a bouquet of white camellias, hya cinths and dock. The bridesmaids. Misses Mary and Jo.au Henderson (sisters of the bridegroom), wore blue morocain. with coatees of vel vet, pud carried bouquets of pink carna tions, sweet peas and stock. The livtle trainbearcrs were Nancy Becker and Elsie Clark (sister and cousin of Uie bride). They looked very sweet dressed in apricot vevet, and carried posies of sweet peas. Mr. Arthur Becker (brother of the bride) was best, man, and the groomsman van Mr. George Guy (a cousin t . . The bride's uncle. Mr. Ra...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRUIDS' SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

DRUIDS' SOCIAL The Pride of Merrylands Lady Druids held a very successful social, in Ihe Mnsonlc Hall, on Thursday nlglit, when about 00 members and friends were prc saiL Vlsltore were present from the var ious lodges in the Nos. 18 and 20 districts. Including the DP. Bro. W. MUler. Bro. A. H. Johnston acted as pianist, ana Mr. Billy Bunting assisted with the drums. The secretary, Bro. C. P. Kellerher, was M.C.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dairymen's Award CASE FROM MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

Dairymen's Award CASE FROM MIIIUIYMNDS Belore the liuiustrial C'.nnmi.ssion, on Tuesday, appral war. mads by J. n: Hn-slle. indusliial inspector, againi-t Ihe refusal of tiie Chief Indus::rlal Magistral^ (Mr. E. A. Priori lo make an order against William Victcr Stevens, of Myall-street, Mcnylands, en HaMie.'s complaint agatnst Slevera for. alleged failure to keep time and pay shoe!* for his employees, covered by the Dairymen's (Cumberland) Award. Evidence -aas ffiven before (he magis trate Uiflt re-c.i7ondent, occupied a seven acre holding; at Merrylands. He milked 16 cown Ditxiueing aboui 35 gallons of milk daily. Most rf It was sold bn rounds. Portion of the land was used for vcgetablc-Brownis, and until recently lie fan SdO hejid of Poultry Thn niacistratc held that Rlcvms was a idafii1 fanmiT nnrt (.he rmployees were engaged 111 a rural induotrv. and there fore Slovens »be not bound lo keep time and nay rherts. Their Honors Vfcservcd Judgmrnl.. Ho Is riiih who liath enough lo be...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO MAKE THEIR BOW [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

TO MAKE THEIR BOW Al the annual Catholic spring ball, MKs Noia Kennedy, of Swift-street. Miss Mar cla Uvnch, Calliope-street, Miss Edna Bland. Mil's Sheila Donohuc, Trenton-ixi., Miss Mary McKay, Cardigan-street, are amor.c the Guildford debutantes to be proEented en Wednesday, September 4, at Fluza Theairc, Falifleld. Mrs. P. J. Kelly ? is tile president.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEMORIAL UNVEILED TO FORMER GRANVILLE MAYOR [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

MLMOKIAI, UNVKII.KI) TO lORMlilt GRAW'ILLE I\IAVOK TJierc was b larg; gal hiring at Ihe un veiling cf Ihs memorial in Good -street. OronvlUe, on Saturday, to the memory of -lie late Mr. John Colquhoim. who was nn alderman of Grniivlllc Municipal C--;uncil for 16 years. He was Mayor for four ytarc.. The Mayor of Granvillc i Alderman J. S. Fielding) performed ihe ceremony, and the eatherine was presided over bv Ald erman J. Brophy, who was president and treasurer cf th-; memorial committee. The Mayor described Uie late Mr. Colqu houn- as a puhlie benefactor. Mr. Alex ander, a sen of Mr. John Colquhoun, thanked the residents. The .memorial, which i^ of granite, con sisting of five pillars and Irad. was de flgned by Maycr-Gcneral Sir Charles Roientlial. and the cast was dclraved by public EUbscripllr.n.s.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coming-of-Age Social MR. "JACK" LOWNDES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

Coming-of-Age Social MR. 'JACK' LOWNDES Over 130 friends nnd relatives of Mr. and Mrs. J. Luunds. or 'R^weree' 43 Statimi-M.. Guildford assembled at thi Masonic hall an Saturday. Augu.'.'. 31, (o celebrate tlii' cumine-of-age of their son Jack. Mrs. and Mrs. Loundes received the visitors. The hall had been very tastefully deroraU'd by his sifter Bon and friends with brightly croured cl reamers, interinlnglni willi Nc-.v Zealand ferns and oauoens. Mr. W. Norrit presided, and Mr. J. Jrwin iPairamoIli carried out tlie dut ies of M.C admirably. Mr. Sid Smart, a.', usual, was in line form on the piano. During intervals between dance.', item* Vere- rendered by the following:— Mr. Mr. Hothinawimd isoloi. Mr Keith Grrn fell Dennis ??- miIiim. Mr. Jack Nightlng ealcs ctrln. v.,.el .jujtj,,., and eonjurin^ irickrl. Mr. Clii'lmlni. of Granville. pip ed for the quadnlli.-. All these items were veiy nuirli npprecialed. During the supper interval the 21 llpht ed candles on the cake, n bsautirul w...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

TAXIS AND PRIVATE HIRE CARS E. DEVESOX, Merrylends Phone: UW9693

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

; William Metcalfe & Co. ! ? LIMITED k FONEE AI. DIRECTORS, ['. 117 CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. 11 W M37 and UW M3t. FUNERALS CONDUCTED AT IOWBST RATES. j WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH I tf*. ANX CITY F1BM.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

Beautiful Pique Voile*. British, and Colors guaranteed, only Hid lyd., at E. H. Line and Co., Gulldtord. FOR BETTER VISION fv- Which means BETTER HEALTH _ ? Consult— 'v.; ? i..j C. McfcftfZIE, MM). OPTOMETRIST * OPHCIAN Moxham Chamber* . , ' ' 147a CHURCH ST.. . PJUttAMATTA (over Henderson jgnd Greggs) '? and « McARTHUR ST., ODILDFORD - Phone: OWB178 OPTICIAN to the New South Walef Education Department for the supplj or SCHOOL CHILDREN'S GLASSES ?, ? ?? * W^-^;:^ ? Printed and published for .tte proprtetAjjrK Uy w. J. BrighVat '^it^MtmfM. paper ofllce, Smart-Bt.i,'FBlrfiei(l,.N}KW^~r - ? ... ? S': Epniure careful grexing - and i oiling of the moving parti of '? ysn car. Drive in to-day. ' ' -? MERRYLANDS MOTORS J (E. W. Vivian. Propri*t»r.) 1 172 MerryUDHsRd, '. '. ' MERRYLANDS. Tjrl.j UWieot. j CHOICE ^TOJnTo'ES. . ? CHEAPER and BETTER at ? MerrylIiI^Ps I FRUIT PAtACfe j 184 MERRYLANJD9 rB«AD, . ! MERRYLAimgr ~- J ';.'? !VEGCT.ABI^JIr£f SEASON 1 RELIEF Ot&JERS; ACCEPTED. J ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

MEN'S WEAR OF DISTINCTION! (tl'ALITV: GUILDFORD KNOWS and ACQljJKES WITH FIUT-E. COAT SHIRTS. Latest Design? in British BiffieLss Ciuiibric. from 5. 11 Fuji. Kanebo. also D.D. Kanebo. In Sporyfoid Golf Slylr. from . .. 7 11 TIES. SOCKS, ARMBANDS, SUSPENJ*ERE, BELTS. BRACES. -5rc. &c. » « TS /I »r » I rv»A-/ G«ilLDFORlVS CITy-PBICK McDONALDy mehcebs & drapers. S.C.R. COUPONS.. LAY-BYES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED. ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! I PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS. THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS. AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. Phone: UW9260^ AT ANY HOUR. S S, MEAMA. Proprietor. WVNVARD STREET ? V-^T ? GUILDfORD ;: Prompt, Reliable Motor Repairs ! DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE: Merrylands Garage OPPOSITE CINEMA. . For TROUBLE -FREE /SERVICE ! HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. / WORK GUARANTEED. J. WAYMAN. Proprietor. \y RING UW9801. Be Sure This Week to 'TW- in' TO A SLICE OV\^^ Fullerton's BREAD THE RECEPTION WIU riE EXCELLENT. WAVE LENGTH ? MODERN B...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Table Tennis [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

Table Tennis The Southern District Table Tennis Association hrld-the first meeting at Paw bert's Sports store, on Tuetday last, and the first matches will be played belween Seplcmber 4 and 17. Ei^lit ifanu are to ])lay. and there is still room for two more The teams entered are a5 follows:— St. Jclin's Park 1. St. John'F Park Juniors. Rio Rita. Guildford. Pairfield. Guild c2 teams). Wethcrill Park and Cabramatta are expected to Join. Mr. Mclnlyro. of St. John's Pork, was clwted lion, secretary, and Fa-srbsrrs shop the pubUclty ofliccr. TJie rompetilion )-?gin.' on September 9. Draw of first round: Pairfield School oi Arts v Oulldfoid. Rio Rita v Merry lands MeUlodlst. Fairlleld Guild I v St. John's Park I. St. John's Pork 2 v Pair field OtUW 2. The first-mentioned team liflng the home li-nm. There is still limp lo join the association.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARL BRISSON [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

~~;CARL BRISSON -Y Carl Brisson, who returns to the screen in Uie leading role of Paramount's musi cal romance, 'All the Klns's Hci'ses,' - which screens at Mcrrylands Cinema Hits '. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings. and- at matinee on Saturday.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOG SHOW MERRYLANDS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

.DOG SHOW MERRYLANDS CLUB Tlie Merrylands branch of the Canine Corporal ion of Australia held Its elghih championship show Saturday, at Merry liuidti The judges were jviessrs. T. Neavet and G. W. Ross. The cup and challenge winners were: Mrs. L. Armnrung'is greyhound Keep On ibe.M exhibit!: E. Carson's Dish setter, Tim of Ionu. 'best gun dog); Mrs. S. B. Weedon's On'ce. Mrs. Heness' Oliaiitc i Pekingese i ; Mrs. p. Thaxton's Tarzan of Shirharbet ipolnterl' Mrs. L. Sinclair's Dolly Vardeni Pomeraniani- H. Burton's Slar icattle dogi: T. C. Harvie's Bal greggan Belle iseotlifjii: C. Messers' Betty Claire of Lesbert. A. Bamcs' Sllver 'ip of Siherwaier lAlsatinnsi; R, Mans field's Neutown Tango i silky terrier i; Mrs. J. Ure-Smlth's Lasswade Jean (cock i. Jef spaniel I; Ml.-' M. Black's ch. Dalla of Clermont i collie). Other cliallenge whiners were: Mrs. W.' Hopper's Bonnie Boy, Mrs. Edwards' Treasure. Mrs. J. Salmon's Gulbransen (PomeraniaiiEi: Mrr-. Biddle's ch. Peiping ' Pi'tace Nang ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES SINGING STARS HEAD COMEDY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

FILM FLASHES SINGING STARS HEAD COMEDY Cart Brisson and Mary Ellis, Para mount's two premier ringing stars, are brought together In Iftr. leading romantic roles ol 'All the King's H r»2S,' a blend of m lady, csmedy and romanra;. tvliich comes to Mcrrylands Clnoma this Sat urday. Monday and Tuesday evenings, and matinee on Saturday at 1.30 p.m. Assisted by a cast that Includes Edward Everett Horton, Kftthcrine De Mi,.; and ? Eiifien? Palletlc. tnrs? two enact the story of a king and queen whose public We interferes iwltii ('car romane?. 'THE RIGHT TO LIVE' Josephine Hutcrunson, who man- her screen -tebut I (posits Dick Powell hi 'Happiness Ahead,' has a much more rlramaUc rale in 'The Right, to u-e.' ihe Wamei Bros, production whlcu v.il) screen at Mcrrylands Cinema Shis Sat urday, Morutay and Tuesday meninirs. suvd matinee on Saturday at 1.30. sh' appears as an emotional and gallant young English wife n-ho meets and con quers great tragedy. POWELL & P.OGERS IN THRIOLEi? Will...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

REGENT NEWS Now under new management, Uie Regent Theatre, Guildford, offers at tractive features for forthcoming pro grammes. : This .Friday and Saturday — Robert ; Montijomn-y Clarke Gable and Joan'. Crawford! in 'Forsaking All Others' (the outstanding cast of the year): fitea 'Ladles Love Danger1 with Mona Barne. And 'Tale of Vienna. W*ds' r (colored cartoon). ? ?? ' . . Monday and Tuesday— The' UiriBer, 'Devil Dogs of the Air' (Pat O'Brien and James. Cagney); Will Hay .to 'Dandy?' ? Dlcfe* and The Valiant Tailor' (eotarca cartoon). ' Next week, the big specials, 'Sweet . Adeline' and 'We're Not Dressing.' . ?:

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING MERRYALANDS CLUB EVENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

CYCLING srERRyLA.vns oath event The bove club held a 25 miles race on Saturday. August 31. 18 riders competing. Hesult:— J. McKellftr ih'cap., J0.50-. 1: G. Pincham (7.SS). 2; P. Pear (7.451. 3. R. Deveon. fa«test Ume dh. 5m. IOs.i J. McKeilar set up a big lead early. Riding strongly throughout he wen very , easily. G. Pincham. *ho finished semuid. | rode a great race, and looks like ringing No. 1 any time now. F. Pear also rode i.'rongly, but could not hold off G. Pin- ? cham In the sprint to the Une. R. Deve w»), wlio again recorded fastest time, is improving with every ride, as his times indicate. Easily the most consistent rider in the club, he loots unbeatable in t.h point-score. The firit prtac was :i in tl ii]k-ii order, donated. GUILDFORD A.C.C. Despite the fact tliat the Speedwell races were run on Saturday, and a Slower of rain fell just as the race was due to start, 13 riders faced the starter in Uu local club's 111 mile handicap. Hirci. off the 2m. 20s. mark, rode veil, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

' CHURCH OF ENGLAND ? SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. St. Ma»!s— 11 a. an. Communion, Hie Iteotqr; 7.15 p.m., Mr. Robinson. St.' Ann's— « a.m. Communion, the Sector; li a.m.: 7. IS p.m., Mr. Bamsh&w t St.'MUttefte— 11 a.m Mr. Eam^liaw; 1 li p tn Communion, Rector yChiisJ: .CSbjurahj — 3. 15 p.m. Communion, , w Grejstane*-3\ii m Mr Eamshaw flawson Hail — 10.30 a m Christian xpu tro, / Oemt^.,^i ^ C#, JMfcJe^pafe^fiw, Mountrom Avenue,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 5 September 1935

E. WEBB , 'THE DEPENDAfH* I'ltOVISION / STORK' / ,157 MERBVLANDS ROAD, \/ ONLY; HIGHEST QUALITY GOODS Kept-at LOWEST POSSIBLE PBtCEB. Norco Butler. Barnes' Bacon. 1 Agait for: Toovcy's Coiis and Sponges. GREElf COUPONS on All Goods. 'THE Broadcaster' Telephone ..Number / 'LIVERPOOL 2 6 2 ±: ,?? ?'' ?. ??' ? 5

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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