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REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

REGENT NEWS At the Regent Theatre, Guildford, this Friday and Saturday, patrons will haw the opportunity of fre-ing Warner Bax ter again in a role Ideally suited to his :-tyl- of acting, that of a Mexican gaucho 'Under the Pampas Moon' is a splendid action 6tory of the Wert. wiUi quick chanplng sequences and much comedy. The associate feaujr. ??The winning Tkket,** ctars Leo Cat imj and Ted Healy. Thte picture tells lie sfn of the winner of the Irish Free Stflkfts who lost his ticket* 'In a most humorous way. and , laughs come with regularity throughout tbd jricture. Add ed feature© are 'Peg Leg Pete.' a Terry toon, and anothier, number of Pete Smith's Goocfy Movie serte£. On Tuesday and Wednesday a splen didly balanced bill is headed by the world's sweetheart. '6hlrley Temple, in 'N w and Forever,' a p'ctuxe that blends both humor and patlios. Shirley is .supported by Carole Lombard and Cary Grant. Th*! second attraction will be 'Home .on the Range,' a Randolph picture depicting ti...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

I YMT -xnas SUIT .. I ? rAT - ? I BRADLEY'S 'T 1 JCV Y0U WILL BE W1SE in Selectins I tlie rusli sets in. I your measure for WB £3/15/ I We^G UARANTEE THIS SUIT to I \/he the BEST you can possibly I ?? An Y0URS F0R 3/9 a Week* I Other Prices range from I WE ARRANGE TERMS. I xE__' WEAR: Buy from — I Bradley's, I LIVERPOOL ? and ? MERRYLANDS. RIO RITA I MERRYLANDS AGENVT for— SARGENT'S , PIES, CAKES and PASTRY. / HIGH-CLASS CONFECTION EKy & SOFT DRINKS. {/ - SWISS ROLLS r 1_ JAM SPONGES bd .t-acn * For TOOVEY'S COCKTAIL SPONGES + Rum, Banana and Pineapple Flavors# g And .Small Cakes. f FRtSH VEGETABLES and * M QUALITY FRUIT Go to— ^ SUTHERLAND BROS. 118 MERRYLANDS ROAD. 5 Head ' m Like a Kvj ^ -* 5 Packet ? Crackers ! | Someone ? That (ho m-t'l ? ' J| Fp\ero Hendnrhf i* positively M B rured in JO minutof by S REYE'S V/ ? ? A.P.C. POWDERS ? S ? ? s O. B. REYE 5 A M.P.S^ 5 » PhartnaCfutica) Chemtit, ? ?I MERRYLANDS. ^ Rheumatism and Gout Sufferers : REYE'S RHEUMATIC PUJLS 2/- per...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

HOUSEHOLD HINTS An occasional clcajiijig of the outside of your aluminium pans with a cloth dipped in methylated spirit and whiting wiii help to keep them bright. ? ? ? Roses will absorb moisture from grease proof paper if ll is wetted and placed as a cap over them at. night. There is nothing to beat hot dry bran for cleaning tweeds. Be careful not to burn the bran when heating it. Brush hands ful of hot bran into the garments and then brush it out again. Repeat until all the dirt, has b?cn removed. Has the pattern ajid surface of your linoleum worn off? Then try this simple «-'/* effective polish which, though- not everlasting, will last a very Song time. Mix a gill of methylated spirits with an ounce of shellac, and after the shellac * has dissolved apply to the linoleum with a soft flannel. It dries during the pro v -ress of rubbing it, and the polish is im pervious to. washing. V** * * ? mA To cleans upholstered furniture, covei with domjj&loths or towels, or even dust s...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

BjgllJ;, '' * ? 1 TO-MGHT tThiirtdaj) and TO- MOBBOW (Friday) at 8 pjn.— / ' | Final scxvenlr^r? of WAJIN&T? CUND'5 Greatest Mysf-rv Adventure. K; j 'CHaRLIE CHAN IN EGYPT' : J An©; Victor McLaekn- In /'THE INFORMER.*1 ' ? A3sy sbowifcg^oa FRIDAY only at 7..40 p.m. sharp: 7th Episode of ~ j ^ TOMMY.v x Managing Director: A, J. BESZANT. Reservations at Shop, adjoining Theatre, or at Theatre. No Extra Charge for ? ? Booking. 'Phone: UW9778. ? This SAT., MON. & TUES., OCT. 26, 28 & 29 EVENINGS at 8 o'clock, and al SATURDAY MATINEE at 1.3Q p.m. The Happiest,* Snappiest and Brightest gbow of the Year! You'U have tlie Time o£ your Lw'e when y-'u see th:sc Three Glorious Stars is'thij Merry Musical Hit -Mm- ROMANCE'DOWN IN DIXIE!*, MSSBHTfi Queenie Smith « JohnMiljan -TlQl j (jSIS- Coil Patrick ? Fr«d JCohltr . j the Cab rn -^K Associate Feature at Evening Sessions only/ . CHESTER MORRIS with VIRGINIA BRUCE and ROBERT TATLOB in Metrv-Go'iriwyn-Mayer's Novel Drama of...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONDAY—WASHDAY Custom of Long Standing [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

MONDAY— WASHDAY Custom of Long stahding .The day is Monday, and countless women are engaged in the task of doing ihe houesbold washing, But why is that Monday -should be such a popular . diy for doing this particular ^eekly..dutyif ; * Over two hundred aid flfty years afo tl^1pri-^te houstt''in Landon were 6Up- ' # ;plled.yith water ^only twiM^Jw|*3c. 'One r ' of. these days ' Mondav. ind iBR bocsi as it arrived the iwomenTolk' immediately -? ; commenced washing. Snd evet shjpe then - Monday has been ihe popular /washday.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Interesting Decision RATING Of URBAN FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

Interesting Decision RATING OF URBAN FARM. If Uie requisite cultural work on land 1 Ls not carriid out at the proper time, it is n^t land devoted solely to primary produrtion, and tiierefore n X entitled to halfraUnp This wm tile ruling of Mr. Justice Pfte. when he presided over a sitting o! the Land Valuation Court at Young rt certtty. The i'Uling is one of S*at-mde ic^erest. \fr Jusuce Piic^ had 2S o? t ties* pca's beicre hun. Cncfer a rec^^v zmeoc men: o' the Aci urban fsJtn Icw^L- arr eniiU^d to h&tf-ra/-6. and isii E'i- : JoUnd in favor of the appeuanv izi and in favor o* *J»e i- tiie re.Ti aicder. Urban £&rm li»nd or Aci a,- meajiiins a --* rfcuit* in a munif:p^l.:v -c-nici: s vh.}uw i«ie e^e^sment tfis ivt aw in area, wholly -yr irarrJr v Bed iui rarr\ing on cC- or rum ; tile i&S busjiesses kk Gsssa^. dairying, ptg !anni ag, swaJfcrr lanoaint. nttrulUifc. bwr- :2r»jifyre. 4&nrf for grwaag or ' crop* of any ctod O^Ss were sCored as fo&Tj...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS SYMONDS—SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

WEDDING BELLS syiAonds—sumsions. At St. Jonn's, panamaus, recently. Eileen Summons, youngest (laugh ter of the late Mr. R. C. Summons aiuf Mrs- Summons, of Parramatta, was married t- Mr. H. Mervyn Symoiult, of OulkUrod. . Van. Archdeacon Johnston performed the. cererony. Tile bride, \^ho na Riven away by her brother-in-law. Mr- C. H. N. Smart, wor$ a tailored frock cf white doque woven with silver threifls and made wira.ai ion; inun. tar veil of cut tulle fell, from k poronet of silver laid bV Bsom, knd She carried a eheaf of orohttb. P. S.. , Humphries, who was matron-of-honor, wore li it Blue moire with a head-drees bf natural flowers, her. sheaf bouquet bring of pink lilies. Mr. Kenneth Modem tosh was best mail. 'Oie reception was held at Rjrde Golf Club, where jthe. bride's Eister, Mre. E. WMrthome Pearce, wearing a frock of black tulip velvet, received the guiste. TOe bridegiknm'4 W ther wore black I mnfiBlasBfe with hat to tnflfch. I VJhen lraving for thrtr honeymoon, the ! j ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BANNED RADIO TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

BANNED RADK- TALK Q-jestio&& vefle Ki the House rf RepreBTOgttves -au i'jsq the ihe suppreaston c£ % frodcast addntse by The Piafai-Speafcing Gentleman through station 2SM. Ta? banned talk, oopoes ot t^uch tad cbrulated among xaeeabem. comprised a cfatdeoi ui *lu« auu&tcx T7 iwwe. Tbe FoetzzEexer-Genenal said that if tfrrsn& were beid out against mantoprt of parti^D«zit official cognisance should be taken of them. A deputation from tbe Friendly So cieties' Asotfattoa efljres&ed anxiety re garding die mTjpowil IAdonal msurence Bill. Mr. Shand said that In any con sulteUns between State and Fedeial Ministers. t&» societies' interests would be coiifiidem 1. Nurse: *nie doctor says your wife may 9--ek .to you for fire minutes — no longer. Mr. Henpecfc: The dfctorfc a taott*- . man. -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY Engagement Announced [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY Engagement Announced About 100 friends and relatives gath ered in Wattle Hall, Auburn, on Oct. 12 th, to celebrate the twenty-first birthday of. Miss Edna Saunders, daught er of Mr. and .Mrs. G. Saunders, of Aub urn, who tendered her .the party. An enjoyable time -was passed in dancing and games,, interspersed with items. Miss During the j delicious supper, the guest of honor cut the cake and was presented With a large key, accompanied by the good wishes .of-all. ... Mr. Saunders took the opportunity to announce the epHgeinpnt of his tt&igh&r Edna fp Eric, third bon Pf Mr. tffi Mrs. Ar E. Hqpry,. Pf; Morvep jWd, 014 Guild ford. Mr. Hehry btfefl^r re&ohded, Printed and published lor &e proprietors by W. H. Bright; at ''The Biz ' 'News paper office, Smart ^t., Fairfield. NJ3.W

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

V1GORO, IrRKNVnXE & OlST. ASSOCIATION Sam Lands' Challenge Cu]-— Halroyri 23, Werriwa 13. Jollv GirLs 8. Robins 12 Silver siar «. Saturday's Results. — Holroyd. 25 and ?i' «^ota! 102», defeu'.ed Werriwa, 37 and 25 m»2j. by 40 runs. Robins. 42 and two wirikeLs fo*27. 'defeated Silver »?tar. 23 and 40 «63i, by 9 wickeU and 6 runs, Nun-competitive. — Chester Hill Silver Star, J02. dffeitfjjd Kookaburra, 33 and . 3ti -G9i. by an innings and 33 runs. Jolly GirL?, 33 and 41 * 74 » defeated Stroller* 24 and 32 -5tii. by 18 runs. Draw for Saturday. 26th: — Werriwa \ Filver .c.rar, Jolly Gri^ v Holroyd. Chester Hill Star v Robins and Si rollers v Kooluv bun-a « noil -competitive) . Comment* on Sevults Holroyd Club cleared the last hurdle on Satnrdav \jy defeating Werriwa. thoy won the Sain Land*' Challenge Cuu. Three matches complete the winter com petition, but Holroyd has too much of a lead to b* overtaken. S. Porter. 29, P. Eyles. 14. top-scofpd for Holrov-d. and proved best bowle...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

MERRYLANDS PERSONAL I Miss Ivy Freeman, or Holdsworth- j street, is at patient In Parr&mattft Hob- I pitaS, and has been bperated on for appendicitis. Mr. Altoft, of HCTbert-street, secretary of Merrylands Boy Scouts, is still badly I bruised as a result of a recent accident at Clyde Engineering -works. ; Mr. Dave Mackenzie, of Warwick-road, who lias been in Lewlsham Hospital for the past three weeks is expected home j this week. 1 I The only son of Mr. and Mrs. Tigar, of Maron-strect, and brother of Misses E. and D. Tigar, is at present a patient in Parrrmatta Hosnita], and his condition Is causing much anxiety. Mr. Webber, official timekeeper of Uie N.S.W. Cyolf Union, actcd as timekeeper for Merrylands Club in their time trial race last Saturday. MOTOR CYCUBT INJURED On 'Thursday last a collision occurred in John-street, Udcombe, between a motor lorry and motor cycle, driven by W. Storey (20i, of Irrigation-road, Merry - lands. The collision happened while turn ing a corj...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE Merrylands v Wentworthville [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE Merrylands v Wentworih vill r MerrylaJids, 1st Innings — G. Connolly 6, F Oalesby 0, W. Oglesby 40, P Horsey 1. „ E Addicoat 26. Reg Walker 57. J. Headon 13. Rod. Walker 5, J.. Horsey 7. P. Gough 0 L Davison n.o. 1; sundries 10— 106 » ' Wentworthville, 1st Innings— 99. tBov.1 lrig: P. Horsey 2/27. L. Davison 3 '44. L Hon'sey 0 27 - . C GRADE— 3rd Division Merrylands v Granville JWeths. Granville Methodists, 1st Innings — 101. Stc»jnd innings — 1/6. . Mem-lands. 1st Innings— E. Atoore 0. 1 . Brow-n 16. J. Oglesby 16. J.-Aompf' 2 R SledJe 2. J. Clout- 10, R, Chivws 12. D Moore n.o. 19, H. Ncholas 2. A. Davis « E. Clark 4 : pundrtes 10 — 85 .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRASNICK—BROWN [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

GRASNTCK — BROWN I Membem of well-imown famtii^ nt ' j Chester Hill were iinlted pn Saturday. 1 Octfiber 12. at the Presbyteria'n church. 1 BerflBa, when Miss Daisy Brown, second ejdest dawrhuCjS.Mr. and: Mis. Jamffl Brofrn, wasimarrted Xo Mr. Qeohre 0ns n*ck, ride&t son of Mr, and Mit. charis Gratjnick. .The bride was given uwav l-v her bro ther, Mr. Harry Brown, and wore a be coming gown of. magnolia satin. The bodice was fashioned with long sleeves and a high, neckline and the.fellmly fit ting skirt eadeji in a vraoefui train. A bheaf pt deep cream lili^s/were carried. Miss Peggy Weathert-um attended as bridesmaid, and chose a frock of pink anoipcaln, ahd wore a Iki^e picture hat to match. X.. sheaf of^ pink carnations and sweet peas was earned. ; . The bridegroom's present to ihe brides* maid was a beautiful gold wristlet watcli. Mr, Les Walker was best man. .Thp inception was held at the home of $ie bride, where 70 guests were enter talnwL The hrtde's mother wore a brow...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Flags Presented MERRYLANDS BOY SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

Flags Presented MEKRYLANDS BOY SCOUTS About 200 people were present in tlie hall at Granville* Yark on sunaay afu.r noon to wiuiess the handing over of tlags to 1st Merrj'lands Boy Scouts Troop. Dr. C. C. Fleck, M.L.A., presented to the Cubs and Scouts four flags and a Totem pole. Tlie flags were the Union Jack (dorior, Mrs. Henson), Australian Flag (cil^nor, Mr, Andrews). Scout flag i donors, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. Oxford and Mrs. Tyrell), Cuo fiac (donated bv busi ness people of Merrj'lands). Tlie Tot«m pole was donated by Mrs. Dick. Mr. Nicholson, group president, was in the chair, and introduced Dr. Fleck. Proceedings opened with an Inspection of the Scouts, including representatives of Granville 1st ajid 2nd troops and 1st Guildford troop, by Dr. Fleck. Mr. G. B. King (District Commissioner) and Mr. G. E. Nicholson (group president). Then the Scouts' prayer was spoken, and tlie hymn 'Lead, Kindly Light,' sung. The Granville Boys' Band was unable to at tend. In a brief a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

Dainty lace BRASSIERES— at E. H. UNE alia CO. GUliajor*. 1/6 eacb.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS. C Grade Premiership Competition Can University Win? [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

CHESS. C Grade Premiership Competition Can Unlveiiliv Win ? On Wednesday, 16th Inst., Merry lands- Guildford played the last, match In tlie competition, their opponents being the Metropolitan Ladles' club. Merrylands had a clean victory, winning by 7 games to nt 1. At the conclusion of the pevlous round, University were leading Merrylands by one point, but the position is now con tideraoiy anerea university, to win tne competition, must defeat the strong Can terbury team by 7 games to nil, a pretty difficult, but not impossible, task. If they win by 6 g&mes to 1, the result will be a tie, and any leas will give Merry lands the premiership. The match took place on Tuesday. October 22, and the result is awaited with great interest. Scores against Metropolitan Ladles were: Merrylands — Morris ltPink 1. Og den l. Austey, i, Deem I, A. Merlino 2, : McDonald 1 ; total ?. Metropolitan Ladies I — Mrs. Weltshire 0, Mrs. Crackenthorp p. | Miss Monahan 0. Miss Le Que-pl 0, Mrs. Ivey 0,...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOUTS' DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

SCOUTS' DANCE Tlie 1st Merrylands Scout Troop held tlie second annual dance In tlie Masonic Hall. Merrylands, on Saturday night last, and .there was a. large attendance. The ladles' axulllary were the. organisers, and *he proceeds will be devoted -towards the funds for a haU. to be erected as soon as , possible .on land acquired in Melrose Ave. The C&pltbHans' orchestra were the mus 1 Jrlajjs, and Mr.. J. Irwin was M.C. A lvnTTl-round supper was supplied by the ladles of the committee.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

' CHtlRch OF ENblAND j, ?: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 27. P-V«:St. Story's: ill «..tar.. Mc.-, Barnshaw. KS»;-®Mja(dfid: , 7'.1S;' Oonunumon: 'Rector. J.15. Mr. Earoshaw, .' - '11 a.m.. Com. '-15- Mr..' Hard

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 24 October 1935

MERRYLANDS .PRESBYTERIAN 'l 'CHURCH. ' SUNDAY. OCTOBER 27. T^^teunday Schcnil^lO a.?n. 11. a.nu ^Opeiuyour Wlndo*^H 1.15 p.m., 4'A U5S^n?'in.!Ast3tfnomy,,' Preabho*, Mr. R. M. Somervilh\

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