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GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCa I SUNDAY. StfPTFMBTO 2° 11 a.m., Evangelist C. H. Davlss. 2.45 p.m., Sunday School. I ? 7.15 p.m.. Rpv. Mr. Penvringlion.- j

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

Yovr SPRING SUIT: To^I 8*'* Sensational Valued OUR OFFER: £4/15/- All-Wool Yarn Dyed SUITINGS Tailored to Your Measure for £3/1 5/- Silk Lined De Luxe, Unbreakable Fronts. Pure Scotch Linings. NOW IS THE TIME to Order Your Spring Suit OUR SENSATIONAL VALUE Carries our Guarantee o[ Satisfaction ! 50 WEAVES, in Grey, Black and Grey Twill Navy Serges, Guaranteed Dyes, FOR YOUR INSPECTION. OTHER PRICES £4/4 - to £9/9/ jt**\ Silk 'Bemburg,' nri .1 ^ ? Ideal Tor Sl'MMER Wrur. /II *?5^ COAT STYLE, %JI A * ' Genuine 2000 All-Silk ' IV W COAT SHIRTS, Q/fj, Flannel ^ TROUS. Q /If ^n- Snappy Shu dry, British Poplin Pyjamas, Jk /If j ' Ci'luis Guaninlrrd, My J \_y 'Fashula' British Coat Shirts, 4/ 1 1 ^R|||K||j 'Fashula' British Golf Shirts, 5/11 Latest Designs, Fancy Hose, (| Poplin Sports Shirt . . .. ,4 11 Value, Comfort & Appearance At CITY PRICES! i Harold T. BRADLEY PA I ACCEPTED. v v* * ? * * WEAR. | MERRYLANDS ? and ? LIVERPOOL.

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

MERRYLANDS PARK IMPROVEMENTS. Tlie assistant overseer of Holrovd Coun cil rerommendrd on Tuesday night tJiat a further £900 be voted for extension cf th.? playine area. The uork ha.s been approved by th® Department of Labor and Industry. —The recommendations were adopted. The assistant overseer also recommend ed iliat a further £200 bo vw;ed for the planting of 300 shade trees »nd lor th: f lining of the plantation in the park.— The* park committPe would find tree* and materials and the council labor only.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOUTS' SERVICE. ST. MARY'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

SCOUTS' SERVICE I ST. MARY'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND The 1st Guildford Scout, Troop and Cubs paraded at St. Mary's Church of England, ou Sunday lail, for th? Scout servec. Special psalms and hymns w:re iung, Rev. A. J. Dj'cr askine tli? cn.wdvd congregation tj join in the Sc-v u(.s' May Tlie rector, in his addrcr^ from Ephos inns C. enjohied the lads jo paveuJnl obedience, a»)d at the request of the Scoutmasur c« mpared -011 alxuiginal b^y's life and aims with our o*n. 'Oboriginnl Inyj'. like white boys, nv? not p^rf-.-ct, incy never go io scliool. )n» said. 'The world is their tchool. they do not obey their parent*-, pnd arc not. tnuulit t j b? uuthful. -a sti :ng arm nud a quick ev? being their guide. Yet I have never seen a:i aborigine pasr. a sick man without trying to help him.' said R?v. A. .T. Dyer. Sccutma=lrtr Stoddan rendered ih? sac r-d solo. 'Ccmider the Ulir-.' actom panltd on the organ by Mis- Lindsay. At the close of this iniprt sslve service R^'v. Mr. Dyer presented the bf...

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-NIGHT (Thursday) and TO- MORROW (Friday) at 8 p.m.— Last Two Xiphts dI Zanr. Grey's Inciting Outdoor My*trry Drama, 'ROCKY MOUNTAIN MYSTERY,' wilh RANDOLPH SCOTT, ANN SHERIDAN and 'C1I1C. SALE. ♦ Also: BETTE DAVIS in 'TIIE GIRL FROM 10th AVENUE.' J FRIDAY Gvily at 7.40 p.m. sharp: 3rd Episode or 'TAILSPIN TOMMY.' Managing Director: A. J. BESZANT. RcscrvntiMi:-. ;u Shop, adjoining Theatre, or al Theatre. No Extra Charge for Booking. 'Phone: UW9778. This SAT., MON. & TUES., SEPT. 28, and 30, and OCTOBER 1. EVENIN'CjS ;U S o'clock, and at SATURDAY MATINEE at 130 p.m. The Quern cf :ill Musical Romance, irawsrendlwjr anything ytiu'vi* ever w»rn bvfi'tc — so Beautiful you ca«*i hcLrve it's real ! ^ The goWen girf wifh Ihe silver seng jpigWffe' TRENE DUNNE and America's Dancing Stars ^V'^s ^ astaire ) ROGERS |r#p ? M JEROME KERN'S \ ✓ 11 marvelous musical to- * t V-X New dance sensations! Heart- breaking beauties in ^ ravishing ^ gowns I m [?] msF from the pIqy 'Roberta' Book an...

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

ORIGIN OF RILLY-CAN Tlie ordinary billy-can. now an own tial pan of tlie piciuc outfit all over the warld. was hivenud. unless traditic^i lies, in Victoria about eighty years ago. In tlie 1850's. when the riuiies 1o thn various Victorian goldfields took place, the miners were at a Ict for a cookini utnn±i J which as not only efTicium. but ) ca-y to carry. At that time there wa.s i b?ing imported into Victoria a now obso- I lcte brand of French tinned imeat — 'Bouilli.' The ingenious miners fcund that thes? tius. when en:jyy and fitted with a handle of wire, proved the ut-mrJl foj- whicli they had b?cn wishing. TJic.v called it. the 'Bouilli can.' The practice spread to every Victorian godlflcld. Or.e succeF._fi»l gold-digger even had made for him a billv of almost unalloyed gold! Later the 'blllvcans.' as we knew th^m, came to b'1 manufactured iii bulk, aJid their popularity spread over

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

JtlCKKnjlKDS METHODIST ] i CHURCH. I T^ yMIMfayi Bcltqol Anniumty will I |}e,^a]eBed|i4i^^t Sunday afternoon. 1

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

VIGORO I GBAN\'1LLE £ DIST. ASSOCIATION Jacobs' B grade competition — Holroyd 1 24. Werriwa 20. Jolly Girls 13, Robins 9, Silver Star 0. Sam Lands* Cliallenge Cup — Holroyd 15. Werriwa 9, Jolly Girls 8, Robins 8. Silver Star 0. Saturday's ResuUs — Jolly Girls. 73 and 0 26 defeated Silver Slur. 71 and 27 (98) by 11 wickets and 3 runs. Werriwa. 58 and 2 16 defeated Robins. 29 and 36 -63- by 9 wickets and 11 runs. Holroyd a bye. Gianville and District B grade com bined. 77 and 87 drfeaicd Sydney and i suburban B grade. 67 and 50 -117» by 47 | inns. Draw and umpirrs for lhe last match In the B grade comjietiUon. Saturday. 28: — Holroyd v Silver Star ?Reur. and Gor dcni. Jolly Girls v Robins ?McCall and Hancock i. Werriwa n bve. Comments on R«-ult« Werri-.vas arc now 2 points in tlie lead for the B grade competition, and wltii the bjv iicm Saturday cannot increase thpir lead. M. Simmon.'. 31. and N. Faw bert. 16. top-scored for Werriwa. L. Hall twCk 5 wckets fcr 8 runs lor Werriwa. M. Hu...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES Astaire and Roger[?] in "Roberta" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

FILM FLASHES A-^aire and Koffer«- in 'RobFrta' Fivd Astaire and Ginger Rogers in troluce a new language in 'Roberta.' RKO-Rfldio's de lure musical romance in which they are cunt itly starred with Irer ! Dunne, and which come® to the Merrylands cinema U^is Saturday. M n day and T\icsd-»y evenings and 'mptiuee cn Saturday. The dancing stars do a wide vHptv of «=-ens In the '«»w nvndur tl'-n. MIps Dunn°.'s go'den voice is heard hi several of Ktiv« finest songs. EUtfral Bu'ine-s Curbs Gcwsipers Tt dpve'n*^ thaf florip'R have a cod' of e*hl/*-?. For examule, suppose gay Mr. Wlrsis is caiT--Jng cvi an affair w'th his best frier's \vife and ssn-te lisr a bnnch rf. orchid*. He has a right toieSc- , pect. that th:- floret won't riui and tell Mrs. Wh~»is. nor his paramour's hus- | band. This situation is the crux of Fox Film's dramatic comedy. 'Orchids to You.' which screen? at Merrylands Cine- j ma this Salurdav. Monday and Tne*- | dav evenings, and matinee on Satur- i day. Jick'e Cooper Ciu...

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

GET YOUR NEW ! MALVERN STAR CYCLE ? FROM ? SIMPSON'S 192 MERRYLANDS ROAP 4Next Picture Show) , ^ 16/- Deposit, 4/- per week.

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

4; H; MACPHERSON, / . QUAUITr BUTCHER, / bDILDFORD ROAD and MERRYLANDS HO AD. ' ONf/T UEST WPEAT SOLD, i ! Social ' Attention u, children. SEEDS and PLANTS / N E.- BoUIXY. Vy - Opposiie Mtnylands CiA^ia ' . . V - Aidenun's f Sepds. ?? ' Plants (Mttoce. -Btet, SptnJfch.y Gnim 910 Rowder '1/6' lb. lor Wilt Pi\ -wntlan.. :f-owder Ouns ' i/-.

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

[?] I E. P. CORK i 347 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. AGENT FOR SILVESTER'S AND / ANDERSON'S SMALLGOODS. / PRESSED HAM ? 1/8 lb./ DELICIOUS CORNED BEEFS' . DEVON, FRITZ. GARLIC. SAVELOYS and FRANKFURTS. CRUMPETS alid PIKELETS, 7?d doz. your children's ^ amincd regularly'. -/ consult :-tp I. CRAWFORD L/TD. Optometrists A Optician. » OEOflGE ST., PAARANATTA The Old Lady fit the little $lnp j 'v SEIif — \/ ?' HO^E-COPKlP jCORNED BEEF, SMALLGOODS & GROCERIES ! OpfeN Atl. HGp(l-AlfS. 254 Merry Jand*/3Rd., Meriyland» Carlton Nuwin| Homer 15 -09fcTPH; PTv f Indoor and OutdoorCases Attend™ ? - 'VPe^:;srWB175- \ ? / Kimt! JMW4. V Lidcombe LAUNDRY j returned ;Jlke ^ep 'toy Wir_agg WpfiU, or ^MnKy;Wa»hi:*t Ohnpfiriy The- MOXSTEr'dEWAND^AMATE Who wiH be 'THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN'? Have this Question answered by. attending the MEBHyLANDs' CIKEMA On - __IWON:«r_TIJES..OCT. 7 or g. FOR BETTER VISIOW 4 Which means BETTEF PEALTgi# t Consult — ? ? C. McKENZIE, M.I.O. ; OPTOMETRIST & OPTI...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Man Addresses Council MAYOR THREATENS EJECTMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

Mafr Addresses Council MAYOR THREATENS EJECTMENT Just, as Holroyd Council decided to go into comnlitoe on Tuctday night Mr. W. Kennedy, a relief worker, who was sit ting in tlie gallery, rose and began to address the council. He *aid council had b?en asked by the Dde Workers' Council ^ to receive a deputation concerning two workers who had been dismissed from LoganV gang, at Merrylands, on the grounds that they had been 'loafing' 011 the job. Tile Mayor /Aid. M. Warncck) icjmred tlie interruption, and walked into the committee room; other aldermen .sat' in thpir seats. A few moments later. Aid. Warnock cme back, and threatened, if thp man did not cease speaking, he would send fcr the police and have the speaker ejected. During his remarks. Mr. Kennedy spoke cf victimisation. He said the matter was cf greater importance than talking of roads and streets, A stigma had b?cn ca?t on the men concerned, and council ?hould take the matter, up immediately. Mm working for a mere pittance had...

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

REGENT NEWS Will Rogers unfolds another striking lierformance m 'Doubt-big Thomas.' a story -rS stage-struck people who desire to become movie personalty. Rogers' picture at all times have been subjects taken from actual lire, and ij this film he lias a ptory that suits his liumpr. 'The Painted Veil.' stalling 'Great Garbo, Herbert Marshall and Georsc Brent, centres around cholera-stricken China. Patroas will be improved at the improved English of the Continental actress. This Friday and Saturday — On Monday and Tuesday nights Para mount's starring outdoor drama 'Waggon Wheels,', »is supported by 'The People's Enemy' Tand two short featuretcs. also overseas' and .Australian news r.cls. 'Roberta' will bs *hoivn in lhe near future . Qn Friday and Saturday cf next work the managemen have arrangsd t-- stage prologue for 'Gold Diggers of 1935.' 10 be pres jitrd by pupils of Miss J. Hawkcs the popular danciug teacher of Merry lands.

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

MERRYLANDS STREETS . Parramatta -^UncSlVhas . Agreed,,. ,1] - Holroyd Cduridl/lb.icontiWutJS^icpst . J of 1 I and Boundaiy ^stoats,- Menylattg^; L I

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

L. ALCORN GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE & FUEL MERCHANT, ' 242 Guildford Road ? Guildford Orders Collected and Delivered Daily Only Best Quality Goods Stocked. 'Phone UW9473. S.C.R. Coupons given freely I ? : ? ? Why is Tennis | The Popular I jftjj Game it is? rl l~ 'l| J y Because people in all walki I I I ! /] 71 of life can play it. yj I Your friend has started and ? _J is doing fine. Why not yoi|? ? I- ? ' Begin by calling in for ad- M H vice and help in selecting the correct racquet lot your particular style at I Lif SIMPSON'S SPORTS STORE I VI MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS. _I Next Picture Show. / 1 The Gambrill Cup Tennis Association. SUMMER COMPETITION, 1935-36. ENTRIES wijl cLcse at 8 p.m'. c.i TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8, at thlic Tron gate Hall, Granville, for B Grade, C Grade and Novic% Sunday Afternoon I Mixed Cornptli tii ns. Gent.'s Sunday Morning- and Ladies' Mid-week Ooffmetl- / tlcftis, and the Juvenile Boys under 15 years Saturday m-rning CompetitiBT. / FEES — Affiliati...

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

!IT W T TKT1T GUILDFORD'S PROGRESSIVE JCLir* xl« l^rliN £r StZlCI VyO« DRAPERS /AND MERCERS OFFER THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL: MEN'S BIB & BRA CE OVERALLS, Extra S^mg for Hard Wear, 7/11 a pair OWING TO THE LARGE INCREASE IN DUTY THESE OVERALLS CANNOT BE REPLACED UNDER 11/6 pair. SECURE YOURS )W»LE THE SUPPLY LASTS. MAKE A LAY -BY NOW ! ! SWe Introduce the Latest WOVEN WOOL BLAZERS for Ltdies . 18/6 Each SILK HOSE, 1/- pair. Full-Fatliioqed Hose from 2/ 11 pair j Full Range of FABRIC and MESH GLOVES for Summer | ? Wear, from 2/11 pair j IMPORTED COLLARS, no two alike, a Special Purchase, from j 1/6 each I U.B. SHEETS — Double Bed. 2/11 £ each; f Bed, 2/6£ each; ; Single Bed, 1/1 1-J each The LATEST DELIGHTFUL VOILES, Fast Color (Guaranteed), Best Quality Only, from 7£d yard. Also, DELUSTRED CREPES . . 1 1 U yard ORGANDIS, Etc. / j - ? / MERCERY MERCERY j Men's ATHLETIC SINGLETS, from ? 1/- each | Men's GOLF SHIRTS, 2 Collars to match, Special Value at . j 3/11 each 1 SPORTS SHIRTS ....

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

HOLROYD IMPOUNDVNGS During the fortnight -ended , TUtsday last 28 head of cattle were Impounded by Holroyd Council. The new impound ing officer, Mr.- W. Foster, commenced duties on Sentember 5. Council decided ^ to continue its prosecutions, and to ad . vertise the fact in the newspapers.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORTICULTURISTS' DANCE Guildford and District Society [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 26 September 1935

PORTICULTURISTS' DANCE Guildford and District Society The third dance of this season, 1-y Guilcford and District Horticultural So ciety. in the Masonic Hall, on Saturday, proved that these dances are increasing in popularity. Owing to dirappaintment expressed that the next dance was to be the final this year, the society is endeav ouring to hold an extra cne.ln November. Prizes won in the personality barn dance were awarded to Mre. H. J. Williams and Mr. E. Newman; other nrizes were award ed to Mrs. Briant, Miss B. Wheeler, Mrs. Blake, Mr. Casey; and a one-flftb riiarc lnta State lottery, ticket to -Mrs. Blaell, ? . Messrs. T. Little,. V. Yates. Richardson and G. Dalkeith. The excellent music provided by the Imperial orchestra, con tained with a good floor, assisted the M.C., Mr. Murray, to give the dancers a very enjoyable evening. . , - 7^

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

HOLROYD BUILDINGS Th following applications to build have b?on approved by Holroyd Council: — C. J. Strachan, w.b. cottage. We&tmead, £550; J. T. Smith, w.b. cottage, Addle stone-rd., Merrylands, £475; W. C. Cupitt. w.b. cofage, Wentworthville. £420; snell and Morris, brick sh&p, May's Hill, £650; E. Ndke?, additions to w.b. cottage, Blrm j ingham-st.. Merrylands, £120; A. Dyer, 1 addition.?' to brick cottage. May's Hill, £65; F. R. Kelly, additions to w.b. cottage, ; Cambrldge-st., Merrylands, £160; F. C. I Smith, additions to brick cottage, Cres cent-st.. Granville, £60; H. R. Cullen, I garage, Chertsey-st.. Merrylands, £30; S. I Ircdale, garage, Matthew-st., Merrylands, I £30. Total*2,560.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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