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VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION jactus B oradc cup — Holroyd 20, Wor ilwa 18. Jolly Girls 9. Roblnfc 9, Silver Star 0. Sam Lands' Challenge Cup — Holrovd 15, Weiriwa y. Jolly Girls 8, Robins 8, Silver Siar 0. Saturday's Results — Werriva. 53 and 43 - 102 ». defeated Holroyd. 48 and 4G ,194). by 8 runs. Robins. 95. defeated Silver Star. 35 and 52 -87). by an inn ings and 8 runs. Jolly Girls a bye. Fixtures. Sept. 14— Werriwa v Silver S'.ar «Hanccck and Reus). Jolly Girls v Hclrovd i Gordon and McCallj, RobiiLs a i b-*e. Comments on Re&ulU Hclrcyd has won nine matches in ihe »brve competitions but Saturday. Wer r:wa. pla-1»g i *o short, managed to do ffat Holroyd by a email margin of 8 lauis. Werrlwa's tail wap^ed with P. Smltli G. Adams and A. Eentley putting on 30 runs. ili;- kature wonlthc game for their club. Mrs. Smith. Wcrriwa's captain, bowled well fcr hrr club. E. While « 18». S. Pori?r * 10 » and M. Gordon « I0 ) were Holroyd'^ \y ' bats, while P. Eylcs p...
Rifle Shooting 4/3rd Battalion Club [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
Rifle Shooting 4 4 /3rd Battalion Club Thp second of tlie series of Fix shoo^. held annually, f^r tlie Colonel Parscni trcphy, was conducted at Anzac Rifle Range on S^turdRy la^t ihere b?ing a good attendance or members. Many hop ed repeat their good f-corcs of the flirt shoot, 'and thus hrJqhten their prspech for the cup. but fate said otlicrwlse, for n |-eculiar fl.^l^tail wind cf an extremely rho;'ov nature imade con-iRteni accurate shooting Imprrrible at time*. Firing at BOO yards (10 sho-s, 2 6ight ers-. the fcest rcorr wre as follow--: p'*. H. Hopkins 44. Cdt, TtickniTll 42, C»l. A. IfcUierv 39, Cat-*. Small 38, Sgt, A. Blieh 37, 1^-CpL A. Jeffr*«s 33, Pte. R Smith 33,.£fft. J. .Pmst 32, Pte. R. Ma^n 32, Pte. C. Sims 28. Pte. L. A. Smith 27. 4, '3rd Biltalbn Miniature Club The flnt shoot of tlife club for th' *riirrri«t y^u* wa* hrld at the Drill Hall, Merrylands. on the miniature range, la«i ThursCay. N 8 p.m Firing 10 *hots raold « i.e.. In a lin»1t^d t'me- the v^^2s were a*...
CRICKET PARRAMATTA COMPETITIONS A GRADE Rydalmere v Merrylands [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
CRICKET PARRAMATTA COMPETITIONS . A GBA0E Rydalmerc v MeitylaiMlj Rydalmere. first innings, 375. (Bowling J. Horsey 0 74 and 4/73. L. Davidson 1 55. K. Davidson 2 65, Reg Walker I'A 1, Addi ci»aL 2 45). ?B GRADE— 1st Division Locksley v Guildford Guildford. 1st innings — W. Tisdale 7, A. Hall.0. W. Nell 1, A. Vincent 13. A. Hill n.o. 4. R McDlarjild 0, R. Heaton 0, sundries' 2 — 27. Locksley. 1st Inning? — 61. \ Bowling: A. Hill 0 39. R. McDiaimid 3.50, W. Tis dale 1 52). B GRADE— 3rd Division GnHdford Wars tab v Granville Mrlhs. Gran\111e Mcths.. li:t innings— A. Slen der 3. j. Saudstrom 10, E. Boyd 39. P. Craig 14. S. Boyd G, H. Jessop 1. S. HUdei 1. W. Duncum 7, N. E\'ans 8. A. Alcock not out 8. R. Nichollc 1; sundries 19 — 117 (Bowling: G. Hodgson 2/16. S. Bell 4 23. J. Morgan I 25, R. Evenden 0 14, W. Gunn 0. 14. P. Haddon 2/G. C. Spratt 1 Oi Guildford Waraiah. 1st. innings — S. Bell 40. J. Morgan 4. G. Hodgson 23. R. Even den 7. P. Haddon 4. C. Spratt 18. W. Gunn 21. P. Delane...
FILM FLASHES "GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935" COMING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
FILM FLASHES 'GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935' COMING 'Gud Diggers of 1935,' First National's (a teM matrmioth musical spectacle screcns ot Merrylands Cinema tills Saturday, . Monday and Tuesday evenings, and mat inee on Saturday. The picture is said to . carry m6re unique and unusual nurajxrs greater song hits and more hilarious tun than any other musical produced by this company. Th? story Is a rollicking com ctiy with three separate love tangles, nlrk Pnu-pn and Olnrla Sttinrt have Min rcinanUc leads, villi Frank McHugh and DoroUiy Dare in a scmi-comic ilovc affair and Gienda Farrell taking an eclentric milllonaJrc over the jumps. In addition io the regular cast, Ramon and Rosita, dancers, and S00 beautiful girls appear m the dancc numbers. JANE DARWELL FEATURED IN FUN-TEST Jane Darwell, whose moMe.-lv chanct orlsation in 'The White Parade' was une of tlie high-spots of *he recent uutema plays a similar role in Paramount'*. 'Mc- FaddcJi's Flats' at Merrylands Cinema this Saturday, Monday an...
SAILING WHEELBARROWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
SAILING WHEELS ARROWS ? From New Zealand comes .the latest wheelbarrow conter-t. In tha sister do minion a contest is to be held in twhftch the barrowj will be fitted with sails. Possibly the promoters got the1 idfia'fcbm an old sundowner I once passed on the north-west plains in -KS.W. He had fas swag and other belonging^ in «. wheel* barrow, which vas Atttd wtth^L sail -wh«n there ym a tavarMle ixtpte ' Mowing. This sAU helped him wrnsi^erably, as he had Attached 'two Onfall j&heel? to the legs of the barrovv:eb^ifl ^aid -«Iy Ato steer and follow IxdihuL Mght fiie. sail served as ft- tent^whe^ JQuimk «ver ' the barrow. I have aTw' aeoi a -raAjrayj fettler.iiie a sail with -sbod effect, op Jils
Order of Knights LANSDOWNE DISTRICT SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
Order of Knights LANSDOWNE DISTRICT SOCIAL Ti e presentation of cups and certifi cates won at the recant annual sports look T lac;- at. & district social held in Fairfield Methodist Sunday School Hall last Saturday , night. The hall was packed to iu fullest expert}, and an enjoyiable tvenitiB was ?'? C. Goff was a capable MC. The Knight Grand Com mr.ndpr was also present. TIj-j Dktrict Knight Commander, Mr. re uvin'iwMer, tnanseo au Conors ox i-utamli'tlcns and trophim. He ateO thanked the~ Mayor for presenting the i':-nhlF!:: Knight Grand Commander ?H:yl: Court representative) for his at tendance; the infills of the boys, tot inteiLfit tluy had sh^.wi: in the sports; also the competitor? themselves. Tlie Mayor then presented the trophies, as foil-'iw*, Kfter which the certificates wrrc presented - Lansdowne District Local Court aggregate ehield to 'Fairfield Court of the Southern Gate,' dinners1 «with 91 penu:; Wheatley Cup (100 yd. district champ.* to Comp. A. Alcock, of G...
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
, MERRYLANDS PERSONAL ?Mr. R. Durikcrlcy, of 142 Merry lan ds nad, contracted pneumonia suddenly last wefek. He was taken to-Inchueuk Private Horpital, Parramatta, on Sunday last. Kb many friends are anxious for his speedy recovery. ?Mr. Montgomery, cf Pltit-street, was suffering from a heavy cold over the week-end . Mr. R. A. Jones, from Merrylands ral1' way station, lias transferred to Fairfield. NEW 'BUS Mr. B. Barklimore, 'bu's proprietor, Is purcna^jug a new oiuvamtKtr uus- iui uiv Smithfieid-ParramaUa run. OBITUARY Mrs. A. J. Stassen Mrs. Alice Jane Stassen -72-, n native of Brighton (Victoria), and late of 33 Denmark-street, Merrylands, died sud denly 011 September G. Mrs. Stassen was the mother of Mr. Cyril Davey, well known hairdresser, of Merry lands-road. It aJppears she was playing cards 3'.11 10 pjii. with her liusbaud, and had only retired about half-an-liour when she asked her husband to light the lamp. He called her daughter. Mrs. Louisa Drew, who was living next doo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
RETURN THANKS Mr. and Mrs. A. Watson and daughter cf 55 Cardigan i;t„ Guildford, wish to thank their many kind friends for letters, cards and floral tributes in their recent fad tozreavement; in the loss of their aunl, who dieojpm August 26, at their home. i RETURN THANKS Mrs. E. M:ss and Family, of 38 Adilestsne-tyjad, Maryland*, desire to thank all friends and members of the U.A.O.D.. Merrylands, for til? kind ex pre.'-icns of syrcpathv durlru; their re cent sa& be^.?a^?on}eJlt. RETURN THANKS. Mr. E. Jubb and Family, of 62 Patten Avcnuo, MErrylaHd?, wish to thank re latives, friends and neighbours, includ ing Rev. NM'man Fox. of Nowru, and the friends of St! John's (Siurch, Gran ville. for floml tributes, tcle^mms and litters of sympathy during . their recent Kad bereavement.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
TENNIS PLAYERS! BENTLEY'S TOURNAMENT RESTRINGS ? 15/- 'AGENT FOR N.S.W. SPORTS STORE. RACKETS ON EASY TERMS. KRAK-SHOT SENIOR RACKETS, usually 75/-, REDUCED to 60/- See Our 'EXPERT' RACKET, 55/-. MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE, Sole Distributors for Krak-Shot on SOUTHERN LINE. MEMORIAL S C II O O L O F ARTS, Gl'ILDKOIllI, 50 - 50 DANCE ,/ TUESDAY ' SEPTEMBER 17, 1935. THE CUMBERLAND DANCE BAND, or 5 Expfrt perfumers. Here tliey ore— -_EN GODDING ? Brilliant Rhythm Pianist BILLY KIRK ? Drams and Efforts JACK STUART ? Trumpet' ' and Tr:inboiie GEOFF IRELAND ? Alio Sax. Clarionet and Vocnli' WALLY CAMPBELL ? Tenor Sax and Clarinet A GOOD FLOOR ? A GOOD BAND A wril-baLinred Programme arranged by the M.C.. Mr. Ireland. DON'T MISS THIS ! ADMISSION : ONE SHILLING . ? _ COMING EVENTS G.U.O.O.P. Social and Dance, Tues day, Sept. 17. Masonic Hall. Lost : £3 Reward i/ .PURSE. Lady's, containing- £16. Lost M.rrylands 'phone box, near statSn. £3 REWARD. Return Pollett, 'Pa tonga,' Esplanade, Guildford....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
for Ualtit in Summer Dress mear and mercery EtT T 1VT1T J GUILDFORD'S PROGRESSIVE ? XX. X^l i\l SL ana vsO* drapers and mercers ? ARE SUPREME Beautiful Floral Voiles, 7£d yd.; Dimity Voiles, Hid; Cambrics, etc., from 7jd yd. ? LADIES' WEAR KAYSER ?DULLETTE' BLOOMERS AND VESTS ? 2 II each DULL-SILK MILANESE BLOOMERS ? 2 6 pair CREPE BLOOMERS ? 12 pair MERVINE BLOOMERS ? 1 lOi pair CHILDREN'S WEAR DULL SILK MILANESE BLOOMERS ? 1G pair STRONG MERVINE BLOOMERS. Large Size ? n*d pal: SUMMER BLOOMERS ? 6id .;)air LAY-BY YOUR DULL SILK WEAR NOW ! For all those Dainty Summer Accessories see the Window Display: — Deligjitful Collars, 2/6 and 2/1 1 . Bows from 6d. Floral Posies from 6d. Morocain Frilling, 1 1 ^d yd. SEE ALSO THE WONDERFUL RANGE OF SUMMER DRESS MATERIALS GLOVES GLOVES HAYSER n.w season's FABRIC GLOVES Only ? 2 11 iw-' i KAYSER'S Exquisite PINE MESH GLOVES ? 3 !1 ^'l1' ' CHILDREN'S GLOVES ? 2 U l1''' I MERCERY MERCERY j MEN'S BIB & BRACE OVERALLS ? 4 11 rnc1' } KHAKI OV...
HOLROYD BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 12 September 1935
HOLROYD -BUOJ)IKGS The following cppllcaUani to iaild/iiave been «iq-nived%; Holroyd Oounfell:t-M, . McClean, jw . b. . oottage, Toangabble. 4500 ; j. wiUlams,' garage,\NeU-st'„ Merrylands, 125;' J. cmld^ianfc ,?iMage;:Wentiforth- vflle, £2S; '^.' R. iCnmier, jjrl(i; -i-ttage, 1**™8?l)Wft;f20p;'»rJito'Uei'ai^ite6liage. Falryiew-ri, GulldIdnl,;£laO: Ero-st H»!, t w.b. cottAge, OJri»weeji, £200; jo:.Br(»tli ? our. alttrations itd Wcture ; * Weiii- womi\inc,-«so,^-Tqotai n.sao.