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SPRINGFIELD SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

SPRINGFIELD ! SUNDAY' SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY The annual anniversary and prize dis tribution of the Springfield Gospel Hall Sunday school was held In the hall on Saturday evening last. This Sunday school war. commenced on the last Sun day of July seven years ago. with eleven scholars, which now number about 100. After tea. provided for the scholars and parents. 85 of the former assembled on I the platform, and a varied programme l cf hvmrs. solos, duets, recitations, etc.. was carried out. to an appreciative audi ence of about 100 dults. Mr. R. Slade presided, and gave a very \ interesting address on some bunches ol flowers which he had brought with him in boxes, asking the superintendent to read -out rpecial verses from ihe Bible, speaking ol flowers . Besides .prizes given to scholars for attendance and memorising of Scripture vcrres; a presentation was made by the . tcachers to the superintendent, of a leath er-bound edition of 'Redemption Songs.' A special feature of this Sunday scho...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNIOR CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR Rawson Hall, South Granville. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

JUNIOR CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR Rawson Hall, South Granville. On Sunday. September 1, a special meeting of the newly-formed Rawson Hall J.C.E. was held, the occasion toeing the visit of Miss Becker. Junior Superin tendent of Parrauiatta District C.E., her talk toting on 'Pleasing the Saviour.' - Tfte children, took part in reading, and leading the meeting, and a happy, and I inspiring time was spent. i tie Eu=jeiy extenq io any cmioren oi the. district ft cordiai invitation. TheCJS. meetings ere held Cach Sunday iat 10.30 a*m. The society ^propose taking part in Sydney Christ ian^JIqdeavour Convention, «ind are 'happy in^jossession -of a beauti ful bannerj donated'toy friends and made by Mi*. Frank ftiggiesford, .or Guildford.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M.U.I.O.O.F PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 19 September 1935

M.U.I.O.O.F. PRESENTATION On Tuesday. September 24. the quart erly meeting of the Guildford M.U.I.O.O.K will be held in the ilodge room, Masonic Hall. It will be the occasion of a pre sentation cf a Past- Grand's, emblem and fuit cf regalia by the members, to Past Grand R. L. Tamplin for services rend ered while in office. The District Grand Master, Bro. T. Cribb.'and other district officers will ar?Lst at the ceremony. Lodges from sur rounding districts will be represented.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING POPULARISING THE TANDEM Australia's Valuable Aid [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

CYCLING POPULARISING TJTC TANDEM Australia's Valuable Aid The tandem, or 'two hi one,' as it is familiarly known, is becoming increas ingly popular in England and on the Continent, chiefly among the tourists. For some time past a determined effort has been made to place this machine further in the ascendancy. It is bslng used much more regularly in competitive events on road and track, and the suc cessful attempts of the Australians, W. F. Stuart and Ern Milliken, H. Opperman and Milliken. and again Stuan and Mll llken on the London'-Portsmouth-London, London -Bath -London, and London Brighton-London runs, respectively, have been the most practical boost the 'two in one' has received for many years. Because on a tandem two people share the propulsive effort, and the wind re sistance and frictlonal resistance is roughly litUe more than that of a single bicycle, one would have thought on the face of it, that the speed superiority of the tandem would have been demonstrated in a very sh...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

The little sharp vexatipns the briaii , timt catch aa{2 fret, - -JiSBIII Why not take -all to our Helper Who haf never. faUed .^s yet. « T Then, leaving all our weakness with tfei ^ One divinely stwn£,'. / Fotget that we have' the fcu&dep. mid carry away the cooe*' -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

The MONSTER DEMANDS A M ATE J ? who will bs : 'THE BRIDp OF j dfI^NK£NS1^4N,,? ' NivSi^-Ms.^ue^ohj jSnswered t?y. , attendins the 1 MERRYLANDS CINEMA on \ j _MO^or_TUES»_OCT;7J»r8j.i — ? ? . . Sw lhc Window Display cf tlie Latest Oesigns ili Men'f JHenti terclilcf^ at E.11, . Uneand:Co,HjiAtdfoid. ^

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PENSIONERS' CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

PENSIONERS' CONCERT ?Hie Old Age Pensioffiens' Association vUl hold a grand concert hi the Fair fleld iSchool of' Arts on Monday, 30th Inst, p.m. Admis*dcn is. only six pence, and a ml'st enjoyable enterain ment is ^ronjised.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

Leave Your Films ? AT ? PETERSON'S JARMACY ILDFORD PAY. PHONE: UW83S4 cd and Printed by Experts. One-Day Service Ycu will need a Camera for 'Xmas. Pay a Small Deposit and sccure * ? your Camera Now ! . i'; Misses D. and E. TIGAR DRESSMAKERS. j. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED L 252 ^PlfeRYLANDS ROAD, j MERRYLANDS. ) Summers and Diprose FAMILY BUTCHERS, 3 169/ ME^flYLANDS ROAD, 1 ^ / MERRYLANDS. . \y Telephone: UW9566. k ORDERS CALLED For and Delivered. | W. H. NEAL, LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, 56 MOUKTFORD AVENUE, 1 aUILDFORD. Iustallatl^^ and Repairs Quickly . I: Executed. ? / ? ^ MURIEL b/xTER, ' WEDDING BOUQUETS & WREATHS. ! All Work ef Uur Highest Standard j iir^Ploral Art. 1- 5 WINGEULO ST. GUILDFORD. 1^ Telephone UW9747. |; HADDON'S The Quality ^Butchers, GUILDFORD. 'r/onc UW9596, !' ORDERS SdHJVERED. DON'T RISK FAILURE ADVERTISE YOUR SOCIAL AND OTHER FUNCTIONS THE COST IS SMALL— THE GAIN IS LARGE. r'~- Always remember 'The Broadcaster foes ' right into the liomes, and del...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS DRUIDS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

MERRYLANDS DRUIDS During a ritual competition held by the No. 10 R.A.C., at Granville, Merrylands wen tnc lull lodge competition two years out cf three, and became the ultimate cwners of the framed address-. Another competition is now in progress, and last year Merrylands -won the lirst round, plus a pair of gavels for the lodge room. Last Saturday night, at the Chapter meeting, it -was amicunced tliat Merry lands were the winners fcr another year; also another pair of gavels.. In addition, the Jcage social team had again been successful in winning the No. 20 District tournment shiild, and Ulis will be preientcd to th? lodge on Octobsr 19, which will be the occasion of a P.A. night, with P.A. Bro. A. H. Jjhnsion ui the A.D. chair, and a special visit of the lodges in the No. 1 1 district will be made on this night. As the installation of officers will take place on October 1. and tlie quarterly fmokc will be held cn Octobsr 5. '.tie social committee is having a busy time preparing l...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

CAREY'S SPRING GOODS at SYDNEY PRICES HA1RCORDS, Fast Dyes, New Designs, and Colours ? 7£d yard FANCY FUGI-DE-LUXE, 30 in, will boil, twenty Different Dc^fiis .. 10Jd yard CUECK GINGHAMS, double width, F.vt Colours, Plain, Fancy Chcvks 10Jd yd. CAMBRICS, 30 in.. Fast Colours, all New Designs, ideal for Children and Adult* ? ? ? ? yAd yard STRIPED SILK SHIRTINGS, smart neit designs, for outdoor wear or Shirts ? ? 1/OJ yard LIXENE. double width, good dyes, in Black, While, Lemon, Red, Sase Green, Brown and Navy ? ? .... 10-ld yard MERCERISE LINTEX, a mercerised Liien cffcct, double width, in unique designs, the very latest ? ? . . . . 1/llid yard CEASARINE, the well-known fabric w II boil in white and all colours. Double width ? ,, .. ? 1/115 yard SUMMER BREEZE, an exclusive rangeaf new Spring Designs, something Different ? /. ? 1/11 i yard FLAT SILK CREPES, double width in Colpiircd Grounds with Spots -and » Floral designs ? ? 2/3 yard PLAIN FLAT SILK CREPES, a bcautjful fabric ? 2/1...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING NEW CYCLING MOVE CAUSES STIR [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

CYCLING NEW CYCLING MOVE CAUSES STIR Cycling fans have been treated to a pleiliora of record breaking rides of late by virtue of tile deeds of Australian riders overseas. Now something new ho* happened aloim U- engage attention, and | is. appears to be blessed with a degree of bolldiiy. Thwse in control of existing units have certainly done good work, in that many 1 ihcuiands oi rioers are ran^sd under the I banner in capital centres; bJt what about ] lhe poor country riders wlio have been | almost totally neglected? in N5.W.. for i in-lance. it was n&ten m 1934. that no aaiateur club existed north of Newcastle. This that all riders, of the North Coast oi the State are professionals, and de barred from ever competing in an Oympic event . It is claimed that any body styling iCit'U a 'State' organisation, lias a duty to perform — to look after. fo:ter, and control all sections of the State and not concentrate on th? metropolitan area. As a matter of fact, bath the profe? fiona...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

FOR THE Choicest Quality Fruit IN SEASON ? VISIT, f REG. GREENTREE/ GUILDFORD'S LEADING FRUITERER 831 GUILDFORD RD„ GUILDFOHD. Children Served with, the Utmi^t/?are and Attention. Relief Orders. Taken. R.C.R. COUPONS GIVF.N H. MERVYN SYMONDS, LL.B. J SOLICITOR AND CONVEV ANCER. / 16 GEORGE ST.. PARRAMATTA J (next to. Courthouse) . j 'Phone tJWB063. Private Address: 44 Mountford Avenue, Guildford. COJUEMAW'S BREAD / IS ALWAYS WELCOME ON / YOUR. TABLE. J FRESH FROM THE OVENBT UNRIVALLED FOR FLAVOR. Try a Perfect Family Loaf ' v . : from— . ; Coleman, Baker i RING .UW-8586. ' CARTB DELIVER DAILS.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C. OF E. AMERICAN TEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

C. OF- E. AMERICAN TEA. The American tea was not crowded aut, but a very pleasant afternoon was sp-?nt a£ the above. Mesdames McMurtric and Davies rendered solos and Mlts Shaw violin select ons. Afternoon tea, compe titions -VJd a filwt talk by Mrs. Dyer all added to the entertainment. After wards the .gift table was. visited, and, , with one «r two exceptions, .everything was sbld.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

TO ADVERTISERS 'We are ihformed tliat, another pub lication has claimed a greater dUiihibu tlon in its .area. than thte ?juipar. .y/e are ptefissd to iinform ' those-iriterested that sufficient copies . of tile ''Broa.l-vjs- ter' ere issued' and delivered -for every, house in Mftrylasds slid Guildford dis- - tricls — aud there cau be no 'RreaUr dis- / trtbution than that, without duplication ' ot waste. And, remember,. ±here,,ar© no adverUsemenJs.inlhe'JBraadoaswr'' si: tidag shoppers away frotrijocal ' adifr- . tiwrs. Of curse, non-advertisers can ? not fcxjit^t this emu, idem lion,.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

? — ? -II. ? Now Under New Management. THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY WILL ROGERS in— 'Doubting Thomas' A Comedy or Stage-Struck Folk who arc cured by strategy. GRETA GARBO and HERBERT MARSHALL in 'THE PAINTED VEIL.' And, TERRYTOON, 'THE OLD DOG TRA Y.' Friday Night and Sat. Matinee: Epis. 3, 'TAILSPIN TOMMY.' MONDAY AND TUESDAY Paramount'^ Stirring Outdoor Action Drama, set to Music, with the popular Theme Song 'Waggon Wheels' Also, Preston Foster in 7THE PEOPLE'S ENEMY.' \ i* And Featurettes, 'Goofy Movies' and 'Little Fellar.' j ? SOON ? / 'ROBERTA' G. A. Hopping FRUITERER & GREENGROCER f Goods Fresh from the Markets Dally/ WE GIVE GREEN* COUPONS / RELIEF COUPONS treated AS «A(5H Biscuit Specials J / j GINGER. NUTS ? I 'U^1' I NU1TV FLAKES ? it fpd lb / MILKO COCOANUTS .. . . 1. SSd lb SHOUT BREADS ? I 9Jd lb . j ALL f'RESH- STOCK J M. J. LAMBERT, 244 WOODVILLE ROAD. EN ROUTE TO THE 'REGENT'' / Call ot j M, TAYLOR, \J 359 GUILDFORD ROAD Ur-TOrDATK SlINDAK & MILK BAR LAT...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

MRS. E. SIMMS 285 GUILDFORD ROAD. EXCLUSIVE DRESSMAKING j WEDDING ORDERS A SPECIALTY y PLEATING, HEMSTITCHING and/ BUTTONS COVERED R. E. PETERS / MERRYLANDS ROAD . / .(Rear of Young's), v MERRYLANDS. , TIIE ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER GASFITTER and DRAINER Established 20 Years. Estimates Free. All Work flimrnntfed. Sanitary Work a Speciality. PHONE: UW9464. Printed and published for the proprietors by W. J. Bright, at 'The Biz' News paperoffice. smgrt-st., Falrflpld. N.S.W ? ? ________ 1 Tin MONSTER DEMANDS A MATE Who win bp / 'THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN'? 1 lluve UU-, Oup -1:011 niiswored by atteJidijig the MERRYLANDS CINKMA on MON. or TUES., OCT. ? or 8. CHOICE TOMATOES. CHEAPER and BETTER at MERRYLANDS FRUIT PALACE/ 184 MERRYLANDS ROApf MERRYLANDS . J VEGETABLES IN sdfefiON RELIEF ORDERS ACCEPTED. T. MERLINO, Proprietor. New Thrce-pfae Duchc6s Sets to em broider, at E. n. Line and C^ . Guildford. Sec them on ithe Bargain Table. McEwan's, Ltd./ MERRYLANDS and GUILDFORD i/ SARDINES. L...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers* the screen's most famous dancing combin ation iii a scene from Radio Pictures' triumphant muslcaL romance, 'Robsrta.' fm which Screens at the Merrylands Cinema, this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday [£? evenings, and at matinee on Saturday. F*

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE Merrylands v Dundas [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

CRICKET PARKAMATTA JUNIORS | A GRADE Merrylands v Dundas 1 Merrylands, 1st Innings — K. Davison 14, F. Oyle-.ljy 35. J. Head-jn 20, F. Horsey 0, W. Oglesby 2, E. Addlcoat 101, Reg Walker 46, J. Horrsy 23, R. Munne-y n.o. 17, W. Nunns 15, L. Davison 0; sundries 8— 2H7 . Dundns, 1st innings — 5/80. C GRADE — 3rd Division Granville Central v Guildford Waratah GranvliJp centra*, 1st inning5— 08. (Bowling: F, H&ddon 2/2. S. Bell 0/16, R. Evenden 2'15. G- -HodgBon 1/J7, H. Hodgson 5,38. J. Morgan 0/3.) Guildford waratoh, 1st innings — S. Bell 5. G. Hodgson 0, J. Morgan 21, H. Hodg K)n G, R. Evenden 2. P. Delaney 3. F. Hadden 3, W. Gunn 1. H. Hodgson, jnr., n.o. 5. W. Crocker 3. T. Gane 1; sun dries. 9 — 59.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS DIGGERS Meeting of Sub-brandh [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

MEKRYLANDS DIGCiERS IMwUnp of .^ub-brundh A general meeting of Mcnyland- sub branch. R5, and S.I.L A., was held in Banks' Hall on 18th inst. The vicoprcsi dcnl, Mr. J. Nicholson, presided. Correspondence wa.s read from three firms donating five gallons and four gal lons .of .paint, and a clock. Members of the sub-branch donated a flag pole, and timber and cement to place it in posi tion. The secretary reported having ordered popples, buttons, crosscs, collecting boxen and badges for Poppy Day, November 8. Holroyd Municipal Council has been ap proached by letter, asking permission to tell and collccl in the municipal!4 with in the boundaries registered for the sub branch with the Chief Secretary's Depart ment, Working- bees meet regularly 1 o dean up the hall and grounds. The euchre parties are proving a succors, so cially and financiellv. All Tnembzrs are working harmoniously together.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARNIVAL DANCE Guildford U.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

CARNIVAL DANCE Gulldfora U.A.P. Lost Saturday n£hi pilHdford Soldiers' Memorial Scliool c$ Arts was \he scene of a large and happy gathering, tlie occa sion being the. September carnival dance of the Guildford U.AP. (Senior and Younger Sets). The head-dr efses of tlic ladles blended with t-he beautiful coku* Ing of their dresses end togelh£r wltii the crown-shaped caps of tlie men. was a onuiam E*gm. a&t. Ana mts. jNurrie wiu responsible for .the headdresses. Mr. Jacl{. Ixrwnds and Mr. Norrie had cliarge of the .dancing and carnival ar rangements. The Melodians supplied ex cellent music. The prise-winners cf (-he competitions were Mrs, Mc Williams, Miss Ivy Lowndes, Miss Patty Bacon, Mr. C. Davles and Mr. W. T. Swift-. The next dance Is to be held on Octob er 19. On Tuesday. October 1, the regu lar monthvl meeting will be held In. Canning's Hall, end. at the close of gen eral business ti^e well-known lecturer, Mr. Whiddca.' will give an interesting address on the process of ...

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