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MERRYLANDS R.S.S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

MERRYLANDS R.S.S.I.L.A. The meeting of the Merrylands f.ub-branch of the. R.S.S.I.L.A. took place at the Masonic Hall on 4th of February . The working committee presented their report. Preliminary arrangements were made for the an nual picnic, to take place on Easter Saturday, 20th April, in Parramatta Fark. The President of the Guild ford sub-branch, Mr. Dumbrill, ad dressed the meeting- and was well re ceived. On February 20th the only item for the picnic not yet arranged was the sports programme. Mr. U. Y. Chow, famous journalist, will lecture on the present position in China at our next meeting, first Monday of next month. All diggers and friends are invited. A presenta tion was made to Misses Taylor, White, Brown and Johnstone, Junior Red Cross Girls, for their splendid work last Poppy Day. The Presi dent. Mr. Les. .Mitchell, .expressed sorrow at the unforseen omission of Miss Walsh, who would receive a present later, as they intended hold ing another function, which they hoped...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

McEWAN'S Ltd. | GUILDFORD & MERRYLANDS I FINEST RICE . . 2 lbs. for 5Jd. FEDERAL MATCHES, SJd. do*. 5oz. BAKED BEANS, 3 tins (or 10£d. NESTLES CREAM . . . . 3Jd. tin MONKEY SOAP . . 2 cakes 4Jd. 1 RINSO WASH. PDR. . . only 4£d. j SUNLIGHT SOAP . . lOJd. box | I KOOPON SOAP .... lOJd. bar j (6 Green Coupons Free!) I j RECKITTS BLUE . . l/ll doz. I | 3-pt. JELLIES . . only 3j|d. pkt. | j SAVE as YOU SPEND by COLLECTING GREEN COUPONS ij j NOW PLAY AS YOU PAY | on Simpsons gradual easy payment scheme — a small deposit and easy weekly repayments on alt Rackets and Restrings . The largest selection of Tennis Rackets in the Southern Districts at the lowest prices. Try our Sportsmaster Restring at 10/6, Make a Lay Bye of your next Restring . Simpson's Radio and Sports Store MERRYLANDS ROAD NEXT TO CINEMA ALL CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED ; Genuine New Slazengev Balls 12/6 doz. -------- 1 .. ? ? ? ? W Special Ladies' SUEDE SLIPPERS. Leather Soles .. 2/(1 It Ladies' BLACK VELVET SHOES ? 7/U Me...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOGGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

DOGGY. Mrs. Biddle, of Woodville Road, re cently won the cup for. the best Pekingese, at Uerrylands; also a cap 'for the best local, dog' at tiie Gran ville ahow. . At the Liverpoolahow she won'the cupfor thebeat.peke. puSpy, and a cup last Saturday at Canterbury.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFICERS HONOURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

OFFICERS HONOURED. 1 j he members of the Presbyterian Women's Guild honoured their retir ng officers at a social evening and iresentation in the Church Hall, on Wednesday last, 20th February. About. 60 were present, and Mr. W. G. McLeod, Church Treasurer, occu pied the chair, and explained the rea son;-. for gathering. He said it was very fitting that the guild members eVimilrl Vinnrmv i-oHvinr» jtfesdames. A. Hillier, Hon. Trea surer. and H. Ferguson, Hon. Sec retary, as they had given wonderful loyal and efficient service. Both had been specially commended by the Auditors, Aid. Campbell, Session Clerk, and Mr. S. Mills, Secretary of the Men's League, for the able manner in which they had kept their i ooks. He then called on Mrs, B. Uurkliinore. President, to make a presentation to each. She said it ''.-fi:-- a great pleasure that she had on behalf of the Guild members to ask both ladies to receive the gifts to show their gratitude for their ser vices of five years and four years r...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"WONDER BAR." Dolores Del Rio, Kay Francis Seen in Gorgeous Gowns. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

'WONDER BAR.' DGlores Del Rio, Kay Francis Seen I in Gorgeous Gowns. Kay Francis and Dolores pel Rio, (lie two dark haired beauties who perform the leading feminine roles in the First Natidnal picturisation of 'Wonder Bar,' which comes to the Merrylands Cinema on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, 2nd, 4th and 5th March, appear in several ravish ing gala costumes designed by Orry Keily. Beaded fabrics lead the group— j Miss Del Rio wearing two sequin | frowns, one gold and one black, while ) Miss Francis wears a white beaded gown, showing an extreme low decolletege, with an enveloping cape of black velvet also richly embroid ered with beads. 'Wonder Bar' is the international ly famous musical drama with an all star cast, others being A1 Jolson, Ricardo Cortez, Dick Powell, Hal Le Roy, Guy Kibbee, Hugh Herbert, Louise Fazenda, Fifi d'Orsay and Mei-na fcennedy. 'CLEOPATRA' SETS MODERN FASHIONS. The newest bracelets are five inches wide, according to the jewel lery styles being established ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

CAREY'S Special Bargain Week Ladies' TRACED CALICO APRONS. Best quality Calico. in 20 new 1935 designs ? BARGAIN, 6d. ea. TRACED PILLOW SHAMS, large size, in new designs. A special purchase ? BARGAIN l/3£ pair Gents.' ATHLETIC SINGLETS. Direct from mill. Silk binding. Sizes 34 to 42 ? BARGAIN, 1/- ea. Ladies' FUJI DE LUXE BLOOMERS, White and colours. W., O.S. and X.O.S. sizes ? BARGAIN, 1/34 Children's FUJI DE LUXE BLOOMERS. All sizes, in white and colours ? BARGAIN ll£d. Knitting Wools Ail Reduced GOLDEN WATTLE, 4 -ply. Famous for its wear. B In Thirty different shades and mixtures. Usual 7d ? NOW 6d. skein 3-ply SUPER FINGERING. All colours. Usual 9d. NOW 7 id. skein SILVERTHREAD, in White and Colours. Usual 7d. NOW 6d. skein LACONIA BLANKETS Do not miss this Special Bargain. Make a Lay Bye. Single Bed 25/- pr. Three-quarter 32/6 pr. Double ? 37/6 pr. EIDERDOWN QUILTS These are direct from the factory. Buy where you get full value. Avoid door to door canvassers. Double Bed . . . ....

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GAMBRILL CUP TENNIS ASSOCIATION. C Grade—Div. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

GAMBRILL CUP TENNIS ASSOCIATION. C Grade — Div. I. Merryville 6-42 defeated St. Elda '.-40, Boronia on forfeit defeated Cheerio, Laurels on forfeit defeated Soala. Dlv. II. Delwood 9-64 defeated Rainbow II. 1-26, ClaTemont 6-40 defeated Won labyne 4-39, Del Monte 6-43 defeated L'he Laurels 4-41. Div. m. Laurels 9-S4 defeated Cl&remont 11. 1-27, Blue Gum 8-62 defeated Yithan Tun 1-32. _ Div. IV, Halcyou 5-41 defeated Summerleu t-37, Bodean 7-49 defeated Merry ritle 2-38, Rainbow 6-44 defeated laurels 3,33. Novice. Bohilla 4-46 defeated Yithan Jun. '--41, Waratah 4-41 defeated Merry 'ille 5-38. Boronia - 5-40 defeated 'Steadfast 4-39. GRANVILLE AND DISTRICT VIGOR© ASSOCIATION. Jacobs B Grade Cup. Clubs. P- W. L. F. P. Wallaroo- .6 5 1 0 20 HoJroyd 5'4 1 0 16 Werriwa 5 3 2 0 12 Tewpie U. 5 2 3 0 8 Robins 6 1 5 0.4 Silver Star 5 0 6 0 0 SjSam Lands Challenge Cap. V Clubs. P. W. L. F. P. iWemwfe : 3 2 1 l 12 iJBKaffisCV .4 2 2 0 8 IjSi.lfeStar - ? 2 1118 !?tobiris o ; 2 1 1 1 8 W...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

FAIRFIELD. I E. Holt, of Rentraore Street, said adjoining scrub was likely to catch fire, and asked Council to remove it. A racing dog valued at £70 was lost last week by Mr. J.- Marr. The 'smell' of fertilizer gives an noyance in the Crescent. Fairfield Citizens' Band met in committee on Wednesday. Cambridge defeated Montana by 14 games in the final of Saturday afternoon's mixed summer tennis eomp., div. 4. Milhuist. with 6 sets 50 games, beat Elexa with 3 sets 30 games. At the Fairfield Branch of the U.A.P. annual meeting last Saturday, Mr. Stewart, the Under-Secretary for Unemployment, said he believed that Australia has the power to mitigate suffering through unemploy ment. With consideration for the other fellow, there is enough in Aus tralia to go round if it was allowed to. Mr. A. H. Thomas has spent 35 years as a practical watchmaker, having had the responsibility of re pairing clocks and watches over 150 year:-, old. He has now been spe cially entrusted with a Verge watch o...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUILDFORD UNITED SISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

GUILDFORD UNITED SISTERS. r a very enjoyaDie afternoon was spent in the'MethOdist Church, Guild ford, last Thursday, February 14th, An the occasioti'of the Guildford flnited- ^Sisters' anniversary. Over 0 visitors were, present, represent ing air the different churches from ill parts,; ;/^rs.$?aitts?ihe energetic ? President. welcomed; JMrs. Hercus from BelleTOeYlSpW .^ho^gave a won- . derful . addressrr ^j.iBolo;wps' beauti fully rendered bjr Mrs. Dtimbrill.also * duet hj(; and Mirs. Sohier, ? Mrs. Gbuld/bfeing the accom paniste. . A twit&tapli';' by' .Mrs: La' Monte was ?The birthday^ wasdo- ?' eeservea-grMt;'^ : or f hfe .is - tove ; worked in the Aop, , icing/ : : '^The .X&&X out ther;STCre|tery.mnlJ ?;-;'®reasu4eir?6 -V re ports the fchurch and- JIrs. Graharh -^^v^i'ildt®) %Mle ' The the '? VflftnOUUnEtlOllS , ''f^^W^J^welcome ? to the next

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MERRYMARKERS VIGORO CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

MERRYMAKERS VIGORO CLUB. I The usual competition game war played on Saturday, and resulted ir another close game, Merrymaker; beating Vagabonds by only 2 runs The scores were: — Merrymakers: Isl innings 45, 2nd innings 44; Vaga bonds: 1st innings 68, 2nd innings . A friendly match -was played with the Magpies on Sunday, which re sulted in a good win for Magpies. The scores were: — Merrymakers : 1st innings 23, 2nd innings 62; Magpies: 1st innings 40, 2nd innings 72. Mag pies won by 37 runs. CHESS. Brilliant Display By C. J. S. Purdy, Champion of Australia. Last Monday, 26th February, saw ?5 chess enthusiasts, at Merrylands School of Arts, try their skill against Mr. Purdy in a simultaneous exhibi tion. The function, arranged by the Merr.vlands-Guildford Chess Club, was a great success, and players from Kogarah, Parramatta, Home bush and Liverpool, participated. Of the 36 games played, Mr. Purdy won '0 and drew 5, a wonderful perform ance. considering that the time oc cupied was only...

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OLD GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

OLD GUILDFORD. The P. and C. held, a meeting in the school hall on Wednesday, last week. A fair attendance was pre sent. They intend to Btart the year with an appeal for new members. After six weeks at . Springwood, Master Wallace Davies returned home looking very fit. Just missing a trip to. Hobart by one race, Mr. Fred Handley has re turned from Melbourne ^after gather ing two firsts and a second prize in the interstate bicycle' races. Leave your advert, at Fragar's. GRANVILLE. Public works will absorb 600 men on the stormwater channel in A'3ecketts Creek and Granville Park. Relief work will also ipdiide roads, footpaths and kerbing and' guttering. Granville's third- annhsl eisteddfod 1 will commence sometime early in March. GUILDFORD. Constable Maynard is back again after relieving at Wentworthville^^ The drain at the police boMHp Guildford is now to be put in oralr by the Railway IJgpt. Constable Fjttness was in the tug of-war team at R.A.S. Sports Ground, but was badly defeated...

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CABRA VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

CABRA YALE. I ; St Johns Park P. attd C. Assopi decided to hold a social and' d*nciB on ' March 9th. ~ ? Fairfield Council would ^aot . co operate imth fiolroyd ia|£^uietton; With- Cabra- V«flev and -1 ^ats for Gr(jy«tfcn»B '.*ndfifflitwT$

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

For the CHOICEST QUALITY FRUIT) in Season Visit REG. GREENTREE Guildford's Leading Fruiterer 331 GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD Children Served with the Utmost Care and Attention Relief Orders Taken J. S. BALDWIN ? THE ? meer i mm Mam 457 MERRYLANDS-M. ? MKRRYLANpq RIO-RITA Merrylands Road MERRYLANDS AGENTS FOR SARGENTS PIES, CAKES and PASTRY We Get Two Deliveries Daily BREAD! BREAD! BREAD! BUT ONLY ONE Coleman's BREAD For Quality there is no equal RING UW 8586 and our cart will call WE DELIVER Carts duly to all parts of District Be measured for your Corsets at E. H. Line and Co. Correct type assures comfort. ? '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

I Friday & Saturday, Mar. I -2 J j ^ J ^ ' ?MRH W LEE TRACY | Rig j iilo^iorw mm i l BLANE^^I; a Mefro-Soldwyn-Mtyif Ffetur* | FOX MOVIETONE NEWS 5 |{ V ' — - - - r - ? ,» -I MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON | 1 Monday & Tuesday, Mar. 4-5 | I BIRDS IN 8 f'lS^NP I j — ju j | fflgi-' AUSTRALIA'S CftEATEST COMEDIAN ? ijlrli \ We present Wednesday March 6th Is YD HAYNES & BENNIE of 2 KY I In a Big Night of Vaudeville and Community Singing I ASSISTED BY TOM ANDERSON, 'THE FIDDLING FOOL,' MAISIE HAYNES and ALL-STAR j Children 6d. Adults 9d. toallPatto. . vaudeville cast I Thursday, March 7th. j The Wonder Bar Dance f OUR FIRST BIG DANCE NIGHT I DANCE to the RHYTHM of GLAN MARTY N'SRIVOLI DANCE; BAND Arfmieelnii 1 1 I am a DrDirrrT Ft nnp specially saWed and WAX | UN A rlLKP LU1 r iAWK CONDUCTED by the RIVOLI M.C.. UNCLE ART ? | COMING ATTRACTIONS: S FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 8tfc St 9th— WONDER BAR,' § j yivith KAY FRANCIS.end 'EMBARRASSING MOMENTS,' § j* with CHESTER MORRIS....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

V ' || X 1239 Plione X 1239 1 'BR O ^ A „UrG~A-^Y'E R (-t- ? ? ::: '::::y(}QO 'Guaranteed Free Circulation Weekly 7000 MERRYLANDS TO LIVERPOOL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

TAXIS and PR^ATE HIRE CARS E. DEVESON, Merrylands. Phone UW9693

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

/ For Your Health Sake / Take OVOIDS THE TONIC LAXATIVE PILL One at night will keep you right. BOTTLE, 40 PILLS, 1/3 Peterson's Pharmacy GUILDFORD Phone UW 8354 ? M. J LAMBERT 244 WOODVILLE RD. (Corner Lansdowne Street) All GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL REQUISITES Keenest Prices. Give me a trial IVOR JAMES 242 WOODVILLE ROAD (Corner Lantdowne Street) HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Best Leather. Children's Half Soled and Heeled from 2/6. Ladies, 3/6. Gents., 4/6. T. R. RAN KINS Licensed Electrician 1 3 Chamberlain Rd., Guildford, and Ware St., Fairfield All Electrical Repairs and Initallations Phone UW 8163 R, E. PETERS Merrylands Road (rear of Young's) Merrylands THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER, GASFITTER and DRAINER Est. 20 Years Estimates Free. AH Work Guaranteed Sanitary Work a Speciality Phone UW 9464 Last two nights To-night (Thursday) & To-morrpw (Friday) (Evenings only. -at 6 p.m.) 'MURDER IN THE PRIVATE CAR' and 'YOU BELONG TO ME' Friday Evening only — The Final Episode of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 February 1935

NO MORE NETS it Keep Mosquitoes away with ' FOREZE ' Mosquito Cream The Face Cream that Prevents! 1/- per bottle W. O. TAAFFE MM, Ph.C. Chemist & Dnroist Tel. UW9SBS ? GUILDFORD FOR BETTER VISION Which meaiu Better Health CONSULT C. McKENZIE, M.I.O. Optometrist & Optician Iloxbam Chambers. 147a CHURCH ST., PAR&AUATTA .(over Henderson and Greggs) ft 47 MeARTHUB ST., GUILDFORD Phone UW 9179 OPTICIAN to tl» New Sooth WaJe* Education P«piitiuMil for the (apply of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S GLASSES by Cntml SILVER JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS. The London Weeklies are featuring His Majesty 'a 25 years reign by Special Souvenir Number. These will need to be ordered without delay, aa there will be no extra copies. ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS ? A souvenir magnificent pictorial record of Hia Majesty's 25 years reign. 7/6. NEXT ISSUE — Double number, with presentation plate. 3/-. MAY II ISSUE- — Depicting the Jubilee Celebrations. 3 /-. THE SPHERE. — May 4th and 1 1 th— Special issues. 3 /-...

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CABRA-VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

CABRA-VALE. Mr. H. W. Johnston, Town Clerk, is general secretary of the 'Back to Cabra-Vale' week celebrations. May I 6th-18th. Buttons sold will have a view of the local Soldiers' Memorial on them, we're told. Mr. Fred Cater is still an inmate of Liverpool Hospital. His wife and friends are hoping for a speedy re covery. Mrs. Graham, Reserve Road, Cab ramatta, is in Jenner Private Hospi tal. Cabra-Vale Diggers had their an nual meeting last week. Mr. A. J. Croll is president, Mr. J. Vernon treasurer, Mr. Tom secretary. Mr. Beasley addressed the A.L.P. meeting here last week. Mr.rLazza rini, M.H.R., Garden, McGirr and P. O'Grady were also present. 'THE LAST DAYS— ARE THEY NEAR?' The above will be the subject of an address by Mr. W. Peters at the new Springfield Gospel Hall, Brough ton Street, on Sunday night next, as per advt.. in our front page. Mr. Peters in his work for the Open Air Campaigners has had a wide experi ence in dealing with evolutionists, agnostics and unbelievers ge...

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GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

GRANVILLE. Aid. Stanton wrote from Manly to say he hoped to attend Council again early in March. Mayor Fielding recommended two gardeners for Granville Municipality for another 1 2 months. Arrears of Rates owing to Council total £20,477. A booklet or Jubilee Tear will con tain history by Mr. J. jervis. The Town Clerk will also supply data if Council approved of the manuscript first and distribute 1000 copies. Aid. Fleck said Council should be in charge of all matters in connection with the celebrations. It was com mented that a book was already being prepared. A committee was appointed to handle the matter. GRANVILLE COUNCIL. Guildford Chamber of Commerce asked for a permanent street sweeper, and gardener, especially , giving atten tion to area adjacent to the station. Mr. Bleasdale, Health Inspector, is giving it attention, also the Overseer. Aid. Porter said asphalt was required on the footpath. Alderman Hugh Colquhoun died in his car last Thursday night. The funeral was one of th...

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