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GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Misses Mona and Gladys Cox, of 24 Millie-street, are spending 6-Hour week end at Manly. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Huyhes, of 47 Mountford Avenue, where a bonny daughter arrived on Sunday, September 22. Little June Davies has gone to enjoy a holiday at San Soucl. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Foster, of Henry-road, on the arrival, last week. of a baby son . We hear that Mrs. Ford's mother, of Woodstock-street, is seriously 111, and relatives and friends are very anxious. MP. Alearn, well-known grocer, of CuUdford-roed. has been very ill with gastric 'flu followed by pneumonia, but we learn that the crisis Is over and he' is now improving and should be up and about eoon. PETTY THIEVINa Complaints have been recently made that children have been seen pilfering In shops in Oulldford. WORKING BEE Christ Church, Old Guildford, are hold ing a working bee picnic on 8-Hour Day. INTERESTING VISITOR Dr. J. Atcherly, of Melbourne, who is engaged on research work,...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

1T0-MGI1T (Thursday) ana TO- MORROW (Friday) at * p.m.— Last Two N'slils of Warjirr Bros.- stupendous Picture, 'DINKY,' with Jackie Cooper and Mary Astbr , Also, .George Raft in 'STOLEN HARMONY' ? PHIPAY Paly Rl 7.40 p.m. sharp: «th Epbode It 'TATLSPIN TOMMY' Managing Director: A. J. BESZANT. Reservations at Shop, adjoining Theatre, or at Theatre. No Extra Charge for Booking. -phone: UWS778. THIS SATURDAY ONLY, OCTOBER 5th EVENINGS at 8 o'clock, and at SATURDAY MATINEE «l 1.30 p.m. Three Uours of Complete Enjoyment, beaded by the Pennant-Winning Tanlc uf Base-Bawl and Dlondcs ! in Ring Lardner's ^^^7 Alibi IKe 1£\ , Warner Bros.' hit with^'*^^* y I OLIVIA DE HAVILLANO \. tfffiSil y 1 RUTH DONNELLY « OTHERS NMl||Jr ^ ; ASSOCIATE PKATURI3 AT BOTH SESSIONS : CHARLIE RUGGLES & MARY BOLAND, Ttic Stars of 'Rugglc' back agnln tn J 'PEOPLE WILL TALK.' ) . Also: 'SHE BKMINDS ME OF ¥01'' iNOyeZly Screen Son;l and 'A DREAM ) WALKING' (Hilarious Pop-Eye the Sailor Cartoon). j 4th Episod...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CUMBERLAND DANCE BAND 50-50 Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

, CUMBERLAND DANCE BAND M-St Dance The Cumberland Dance Band again held a $uccessf!U dance it the MaaoriaJ . Bchool at. Arts, Gundfonl, uu. Tuesday, September -24. ThepjitrooB jSoroughljr enjoyed the crogramme-endered by tills popular bondt^a feature ^being the vocal items by the leader. Oeof. 'Ireland. The next dance *U1 be held on Eight-Hour ... -Day,.Ortfiivr.J-.atJ.ojnU^U.- .v.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

VWirSWSIWiSHIT: Nof ??^ Sensational Valjks J OUR OFFER: JCjY £4/15/- All-Wool Yarn Dyed ^Sy SUITINGS _JKiL Tailored to Tour Measure for Jflflmfli^il £3/1 5f Km Silk Lined De Uxe, ^I^H^^T Unbreakable Front*. ^^^^^BT Pare Scotch Liiiings. ! -^^^^^^^ I NOW is THE TIME | ;^Hk|| to Order Your Spring Suit ? ^^^^?Hl OUR SENSAT10N.-M VAUt ? HH Carries our Guarantee of ? /Hh^^HI Satisfaction ! } ? / ^H|^^HJ 50 WEAVES, in Grey. Black \y' ^^H and Grey Twill Navy Serges, ^HhQH^ Guaranteed Dyes, ^^rai^^l FOR YOUR INSPECTION. Hffil OTHER PRICES IRP^ ? — wm .: Pure Siik 'Bemburg,' ^ / 4 -f I Ideal for SUMMER Wear, *^ / I I COAT STYLE, %JI *? * Genuine 2000 All-Siik \\ /* f f « COAT SHIRTS, Q/1J, seat srmi'tv r.tsio.vs. ? MEN'S ? »?? Flannel Sport TROUS. ., Q/II 221n. Bottoms, Snappy Shades, \J § Mr llsualy 11 6; NOW ? British Poplin PyjamaV* A /¥ ¥ Volon. (iusrantrrd. ^Xl M.\ I Miallj 6. 11 NOW ? 'Fathula' British Coat ShfrU, 4/11 'Fashula' British Golf Shirts, 5/11 Latest Designs, Fancy Hose, ?? ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

' ' AND ;' PRIVATE HIRE CARS E. DEVESOW, Merrylands Phone: UW9693 ;

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

71 V .**-.. 9 William Metcalfe & Co. LIMITED ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS, IJ7 CHURCH ST., FARRAMATTA. V\V 8837 and IIW 8838. FUNERALS CONDUCTED AT LOWEST RATES. WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH ANY CITY FIRM.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD SCOUTS Social Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

GUILDFORD SCOUTS Social EreniriE The LadlK1 Auxiliary, in conjunct ion with the Group commiiu-e of 1st Guild ford Scouts Tloop. held a jjltasant social evening on Wednesday, September 18,. In honor of Miss Hudson, one cf ihc active manters of the ladies' auxiliary, who Is to be married shortly. There were about 50 members pveseni . During the evening a presentation was made ot a beautiful crystal casket and vuatr w iiiutcii aiiu 'osy ui vioicis IO jyil^:*. Hodson, by ihc imsidcnt of ili» group committee. Mr. Wilson, on oshalf of the ladles' auxiliary, group conuiUttee and Younger Set. The evening «a-; kjjtoi in doncing. games and competitions. Tin1 mu -ic was supplied by Mrs. N. Hum and Mr. E. Palmer; Mr. stoddan lAciiiig Seoul - master) msde an cfTicicnt. M.C. Th= ladies provided an abundance of dcllciou- refresiuiiEJits. competitions bv Mi-; M. Millican. Mrs S. Rutherford, Mia E. Hosi, Mr. R. Hum and Mr. A. Rose. The evPlllllg was broualil to a clo-- bv r:lnBinff 'For she is a jol...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

JHere they are again! % T H E N E W ??;yjP OPULAR jfi ? ? ~-MM ' { I BUBBLES ANNUAL. An An.,,,.-,! I Hi.,, li:,- prun-il |,,,,,,ibr u.ll, cliililn-n j I1..11I (, l» I.- yc:n-. On.' lillli.lr.i! j ^'r^irlm^'Tinny'^r^n&V)'!.1! | ? mr. 1-,iun.,,,1,ilK I,, -.Mi.it f ..Ik. v ? 4/ll\., \ SPARKLER ANNUAL. A iuiiy B,ft I l,...,i. thai will i.imi.k- h..urs n[ ,1, } I L-1,1 t..r all l,m- :,„,! yirl. l.,nv,-,,i f 111.' :.v,~ i,l X .ui.l u. 1 1 i- |,;ickrrt Juiili vxitiiiK -Ijjti.— -if all Liinlr. A ? ''- '''' ''' ''' ™r '' ''?' 3/6 PUCK ANNUAL. An .??!«! pift f,,r I../', anil nirls from I. Ki I.-, llnz.-ns fc^vi^'^rurn; SUNBEAM ANNUAL. A l,i(' t,,i.lm .it j.illy .mil ?.'\ciliHK -li.iir-. Storr, im'7'-. * Maily AiiV'roLlr'.! 'iriilur'. 3/i CRACKERS ANNUAL. Tli.rr i- r, J.i-I»]j ml .-wry ;-:,(.-,?. !.' mnlamf iirr{,!''i'?;-i\o.-T.I*.'J''rl'a;-r-.J'' 3/i Here, for boys and Sirk (if all lastt* .md all atc-5. arc ilic Bo.iks of ihe Year - .Idi.nlilful (-if IN ilui provide hi-ucs «if wliulcs...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD R.S. & S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

GUtLCFORD US. & S.I.LA. . At the' GuUdford R£:.and SXLA. meeting last-Thursday, September 26. It was decided lo:conduct the Poppy Day appeal ou NpyetoberX, jncludlng the Cros3 of SetnBmWrarice to be placed on the Cenotaph at the Boldiers' Memorial School of Arts, Oulldrord. Rev, A.- J. Pyer, Jjon. Chaplain;' will .officiate at the ceremony. Aid. Wanjodc (Mayor of Hplroyd) miU preside, i3a Vr:cA?m66nd:vb-& presi dent Na.W. iranch K.S.S.I.l;a,, to gether with other officials, will attend. We understand that. in December a onoko Is to be held and all citizens of GulWtord will be Invited: '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING GUILDFORD CLUB'S RACE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

CYCLING v GUILDFORD CLUB'S BACE Breaking away from his co-markers early In the race. F. HickUng led the Held over the finishing line to win the local club's 15-mile handicap by about halfa mlnute from Stewart and Jones. The race for fastest. Omp honors vik tnxrmj when Mai. Field crashed near the turning point. leavtaft Oavson to eo rn alone -j secure fastest tame by 35 ecc. from Jones. ''Pat' was teen going fiver the course five tunes on Saturday morning, trying- hie new bike out, and he says there will be only one la it next week, when tne Klrkland Cup trill be run off. Results: P. Hickttng, 38. IS, I: Stewart, 38.25, 2: Jones, 37.30, 3; A. Dawson fastest tune (37.3). The race on Saturday next, will be from the hotel to the Crossroads and re turn, for a cup donated by Mr. Klrkland. the well-known Oulldfard tailor. A Junior race nrtU 6e held for riders under IS years, If there arc ten or more starters. A meeting 'will be held at EweeUiam's garage to-night (Thursday). New mem bers ar...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES JOE E. BROWN in 'ALIBI IKE.' [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

FILM FLASHES JOE E. BROWN in 'ALIBI IKE.' Joe E. Blown appears at Mcrrylands Cinema tliis Saturday only matlnue ai;d cviMUig. in 'Alibi Ike,' Wamir Bros1 comedy, bjfled on the popular story by Riiie Lardner. Joe. In the title role, is both a crack pitcher and the best bat- ' In' of his club. He has nn ellbl for / everything. Jne falls In love with tli? I Filer cf the captain's *ife. Thrills follow. In wiiich Joe Is kidnapped by a UIU111I Ul UJUMKf. HIKIC tS. OHe VI 1*1C most comical climaxes imaginable. ?RUGGLES' IN NEW COMEDY TJie cve-p-popi-tar team of Charlie Ruggl ? and Mary Botaud stars In the new Paramount comedy of domestic manners. 'Pe.ple Will Talk ' which appear, at Merrylands Cinema Hits Sat urday only, at both sessic-.is. The story is set in a suburb where anyone's buci iii «?; I* everybody else's; and the results are icrrinc. LIFTED FROM HEADLINES. A screen story virtually lifted from ncspap.T headlines is 'Times Square Lady.' sensational new Fwift-movip? oanedy drama c...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

* Now Under New Management. THIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY PROLOGUE, on the STAGE Big Presentation by Pupils of Miss Hawkes DICK POWELL and an All-Star Cast, ? In ? 'Gold Diggers of 1955' Also EDMUND LOWE in- / 'BLACK SHEEP'9 / MONDAY, at2 p.m. and 8 p.m., and TUESDAY vat 8 p.m.: SHIRLEY TEMPLE ? in ? Tittle Miss Marker' Also, JOHN LODER in- v LORNA DOONE' G. A. Hopping FRUITERER ft GREENGROCER Goods Fresh from the Markets Dally WE GIVE GREEN COUPONS. BELIEF COUPONS treated AsVptiSH Biscuit Specials A CINGEB fniTS ? .1 Si lb. NUTTY FLAKES ? j Slfl Ib. MILKO COCOANUTS . . .\J. tU Jb. SHORT BREADS ? 7. Sid to. ALL FBESH STOCK M. J. fc AM BERT, 241 WoODVItLE ROAD. EN ROXJ'Os TO THE 'REGENT1 I ... t;,;..Call at Vj M.; T A Y L O R, 35& GUILDFORD BOAD CP-TO-D&ns. SUNDAE ft MILK BAB LATEST i OULBRANSEN REFRIGER ATOR for Smallgosds. Confectionery and Home-Made Cakes NURSE BROAt/ 36 MANCHESTER STREET, / I MERRYLAND6, \l CERTIFICATED. A.T.NA i' .'Phone DWB400. Outdoor Cases attended...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gardening Notes FLOWER GARDEN—OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

Gardening Notes FLOWER GARDEN ? OCTOBER A -well-tended flower garden fives an infinite amount of pleasure to these who take an interest in beautiful flowering plantf, but particularly in October; num erous annuals and perennials bloom pro fusely this month making the .garden a voidable naradis: of flowers. The garden can be kept gay with flowers and beauti fully colored foliage like amaranthus in c?edlings are systematically planted out, *- take the place of those dying.off . Sew seeds of amaranthus. asters, antlrr niiium, Daisam, coreopsis, ceiocja, cosmos, dahlia, dianlhus, garllardla. miniature sunflower, mina lobata, nasturtium, pet unia, phlox, jxjrtutaca. salplelcssif. salvia, ^cablosa (pincushion), zinnia. Vegetable Garden Plant more tomatoes, and give atten tion to those set out earlier in the season . Their leading jtrowtns should be. tied to ?supports, and superfluous shoots removed. AU seed beds should be frequently instruct ed, weeds ulled out, and where seedlings are gr...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Merrylands S. of Arts ANNUAL REPORT & BALANCE-SHEET [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

Merrylands S. of Arts ANNUAL REPORT & BALANCE-SHEET In his report to the annual meeting or Merrylands School of Arts, the president .(Mr. Hugh Ferguson) stated that exten sive bulldlnc alterations 'were prevented owing- to the Act governing School ot Arts overdrafts, their limit being £265. An effort was being made to reduce the limit. ? . - Membership (fie) showed an Increase of 22. due mainly to the formation of tne chess dub. Regret. was expressed at the death of Messrs. E. Russell and W. 3. Hughes, two 'keen supporters. Eighty two books had been -added to the library. Receipts:. Subscriptions £4/19/6, rents iU/D/9, crockery ?/8, overdraft £268/7/5. Expenditure: Caretaker £28/2/6. light and gas £4/3/S. rates' £6/17/2. bank fees and interost £14/6/4, repairs £8/5/10 in . surance £3/6/2; library bookn £6/8/3, fur niture 4ES:/1,1, oalahce £244/12/4, and other sundry Items. ' :. The auditor's report. -was very satls lactory. ' A butcher's' Bhop in Sydney beats the notice: 'Tr...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

R. H. JORDAN I BUTCHER . -/ OUILDFORD BD., OOILDPORp. QDALTTY .HEAT; BEST ATTENTION. - Special Attention Given -to ChUdten. :

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

CAREYf \ MANCHESTER Goods of the Highest Quality ' BUY your SHEETINGS, CALICOS, 'PILLOW SUPSj etc, fl«m » BE rUJAJJLf DKuU-fcR wiUi oner 20 Years' Buying Experience. . ? COMPABE These Values with those offering »t your door:— ?;. UNBLEACHED CALICO, 361n., Guaranteed Pure. NOW 6d yd., 5/6 doz. PURE WHITE CALICO, 36in., Guaranteed Purs. NOW lid yd., 1/6 doz. BARBERS' TOWELS, Pure Quality. NOW 2td each, or 5 for 1/ Carey's Sheetings of Well-known Repute ! UNBLEACHED SHEETING, 541n, Pure Quality. NOW Hid yd., 11/3 doz. UNBLEACHD SHEETINO, 80tn., Pure Quality. NOW 1/45 yard, 15/11 doz. UNBLEACHED SHEETING (Three Years' Guarantee with every yard Sold) 54in. 1/61, 70in, 1/9, 8»ln. I/US, Plain or TwiU. ' WHITE TOWELLING, Special Heavjw eight, Indented by us: 22uyiuid yd, '. '?, B/ll doz; 24to. 1/1J yd, 12/11 doz; 271n. l/3i yard, 14/11 do^bn. .?? BEADY-MADE SHEETS AT SYDNEY PKBICtfS. PURE WHITE SHEETS. Guaranteed Pure. D';ub!c Bed, usually 12/6— '. NOW 9/11 Pair. f FINLAY'S PURE WHITE TWILL...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

MERRYLANDS PERSONAL Mrs. Qoff isenlor), Men-jiandn-road, ?*o met wiUb an injury to her leg tome weeks ago, Is making slow progress to wanis recovery. Mis Patty Heggarty, of Mason-street, Is home again after her recent operation for appendicitis. . Mr. V. Hehcr, hon. sBcretary of the Sherwood branch RS. and S.I.L.A.. rep i-mciiu.^i uh; ui o.fii-11 air Liiv tuiiiutii u*jii gress, licit) at Orange, last week. Mr.' John Pcarce. of Myall-street, is at present very 111, and his frirnds hopp fnr his raeedy recovcrj-. He is a trustee of the Merrylands MethodUt Church, and treasurer of Uie Sunday school. Mr. Douglas McLaren, ot Merrylandfi. who is .seriously ill in hospital, has shown a slight improvmenl. Mr. McLaren is superintendent of Merrylands Presbyter Ian Church. Mr. Prank Silvcraone. of Kenoir.'s road, returned home from hoipital last Mn«d8V. Mr. Percy Lewis ha5 letun'.ed from the Coast Hospital, and started wijik last Monday. OBITUARY Mr John Murray Mr. Jolm Mtin-ay I77J, an old and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

PHONE: tTW85D9. J J. L. GARDEN LICENSED rLUMBEK.1 UASFITTEB AND SANITARY ENGINEER. 149 WoodrlUe Bond MERBYLANDS. Estimates Given Free. All Classes of Repairs. All Work Guaranteed. 'THE Broadcaster' Telephone Number LIVERPOOL' 2 6 2

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOSPEL OF SMILES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

THE GOSPEL OF SMILES Did ycu ever Jry the Gocpcl of Smiles'/ A smile Is a sunbeam of the soul. It lights up tlhe eye and transfigures the countenance. A frown Is easier, but it gives no light. A rmjlc can scatter eloom and Eilver-luie a cl-ud. It costs little, but counts for much. ? V'^k Bruce ,and RoSerV^ylor, the stars or the Metro-Goldwyn-MayT producuon. Times Souare lady.' d»nce while '.'Pinky' TomUn croons in the Sfv'o1JJir?v(^'^?.L^no' 8t ttK M6'^1411* Ctaema next Wednesday, Thurs

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHESS C Grade Competition [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 3 October 1935

CHESS C Grade Competition The close or Hie ninth round of the competition leaves the clubs in a very interesting petition. With two more matches to play, Merrylands. with a total of 38 points, are leaders, with University close behind with 371 points. Tramway I are In third place with 342. An exciting finish Is anticipated. On Monday. September 23, a friendly match with Hcmebur-h was played at tbe Merrylands School of Arts, and resulted in a win for Merrylands by 12 eames U. 6. aupper -was proviaea icr tne visitors, ana everyone spent a pleasant evening. Merrylands-Guildtord Club attained its first anniversary last month, being formed In September. 1934. The year had been a very successful one. and the club membership now totals 30. The club meetf. every Monday, at 8 pjm.. at the School of Arts. Merrylands. and any chess or draughts players desiring to Join should !'c the secretoi-v. anv Monday evening. Learners are also ?welcome, and every faclU'y is afforded to make them pro ficie...

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