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

FAIRFIELD. Fairfield Horticultural Show on Saturday evening at the School of Arts. Next Wednesday. March i:-th, an nual meeting. Southern District Soc cess Association. School of Arts. Mr. A. H. Thomas, jeweller, of 'Under the Crescent.' Fairfield, is re turning 3 - in I ho £ to every reader of this paper, to advertise his large and varied stock. Allow him to select your diamond rinjr or cold watch during the hie rale. Fairfield sub-branch. R.S.S.I.L.A., was successful in getting employment for members in Green Hills military area. At their meeting they decided to play llorsley sub-branch last Sun day at cricket. Resulted in a jro-.id even match. A t'uehro party is being held to day in the School of Arts in aid of St. Joseph's Church. A general call-up resulted in some men obtaining employment last Tues day from Fairfield. Mrs. Wood, of Arctic Street, Car lamar, is now in Coast Hospital. Mr. Howie, of Oolleraine Street, a returned soldier, is seriously ill its a result of war wounds...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

3-ply Super Fingering (Lincoln Mills), full loz. skeins in white and all colours; new range of shades now opened up. Usual 9d. Bargain, TjA. skein. Carey's, City. Price DriK, Merrylands and Fairfield. v

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

For the CHOICEST QUALITY FRUIT) in Season Visit REG. GREENTREE Guildford's Leading Fruiterer 331 GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD Children Served with the Utmokt Care and Attention Relief Orders Taken J. S. BALDWIN ? THE ? Gracar i ProdDGC Man 457 MERRYLANDS-Rd. ? MKRRYLAND-i ? BREAD! BREAD! BREAD) BUT ONL Y ONE Coleman's BREAD For Quality there is no equal RING UW 8586 and our cart will call WE DELIVER Carts daily to all parts of District Men's Indiana and Fancy Half Hose at Line & Co. at 1/6 pair.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

CAMPBELLS MERCERY & SHOE STORES (Opposite Merrylands Hotel) THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS 50 pairs Men. Striped FLANNEL TROUSERS. 3 to 7. Worth 12/6. For ? 8/11 pair 75 pairs Men's WORKING BOOTS. Solid leather, guaran teed, 5 to 8.: ? 7/6 pair 150 pairs Men's HEAVYWEIGHT SAND SHOES. 5 to 10. Usual 4/6 ? SPECIAL 2/11 pair Gent.'s 3-Piece SUITS, Ready-to-wear, in Navy, Grey or Fancy Worsteds. 4 to 7 ? 57/6 We give Green or Red Spot Coupons. Your Easter Suit to Measure, big range of Patterns . Satisfaction Guaranteed, from 75/-. Place your order now. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garage 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. Sweetnam, Prop, (late Cooper) Service Work executed promptly All Accessories stocked at City Prices High Pressure Greasing WYNALL CYCLE AGENT Phone UW 9112 MACPHERSON QUALITY BUTCHER GUILDFORD and MERRYLANDS SAUSAGES ? 3 lbs. 1/-I MINCEMEAT ? 3 lbs. 7 Id. MINCE STEAK ? 3 lbs. 1/-I LEGS MUTTON ? 5d. lb. * FORE-QUARTER . . . . 1/9 each ;? ROAST BEEF ? from 3 id. lb. HIGHEST GRAD...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

'AEROL A' ,( D£°it) RADIO Offer you a 5 -Valve Radio. housed in a beautiful, full-sized Ml'. Mil if|jp$B sloping baffle Cabinet, with full ||jr; J||| iJBffl vision dial and dynamic speaker, ||1| IjKH for the economical price of I |IHjB DEPOSIT £1°/19/6 WEEKLY ||! J ISI Free Home Demonstrations Big || I'jMfl Guaranteed and Serviced Free for 12 BK j Free Installation and Delivery. 5^^ MERRYLANDS RADIO STORE 171 Merrylands Road UW 8529 Prop., R. LA VIS. FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL. L. ALCORN, QUALITY GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE 8 FUEL MERCHANT ORDERS COLLECTED AND DELIVERED DAILY Poultry bought in any part of the district.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAIRFIELD COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

FAIRFIELD COUNCIL. The Bossley Park Progress Assoc. complained of the state of Mimosa Road to the Council. The Mayor said it was purposed to reform and treat j the road, and employ local relief labour. I The carramar F.A. told the Coun cil Wylde Street bridge was unsafe, they also wanted a sign at Carring ton and Liverpool Roads. They asked also that no approval be given to build cottages for the unemployed which were not suitable. The W. and S.B.'s engineer will advise Fairfield Council on sewerage. Fairfield A.L.P. complained of the condition of Mandarin Street as 'de- plorable.' Council^ has not the money to recondition the whole road. The P.M.G.'s Dept. intends to alter equipment in the Crescent. Aid. O'Sullivan said that they might agree to co-operate with the construction of Military Road. Mayor Fishpool said the idea would not suit Fairfield, only spoil their chance. This matter was Jeft until the Coun cil decides about an engineer.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

Pay as you knit ! PUT YOUR WOOL ON LAY-BYE AND TAKEOUT THE SKEINS AS REQUIR&) ??? Tl^l? Co _ DRAPERS and MERCERS * *r * ^ ^ GUILDFORD . ? FOR ALL YOUR WOOLLEN NEEDS ? Men's WOOLLEN CARDIGANS and PULLOVERS. SEE THE RANGE. PULLOVERS. Latest tonings and designs ? 13/11 each CARDIGANS ? ? from 15/11 each Children's KNITTED JUMPERS. Popular colours and designs, from 3/6 ea. Full range of WOOL and SILK and WOOL VESTS, HOSIERY, etc. Beautiful ART. SILK FEATHER EIDERDOWNS. All colours. Double Bed 33/6 each. Three-quarter Bed ? 31/6 each Soft WOOLLEN BLANKETS. Popu lar Laconia and Challenge brands. At j OUR INCOMPARABLE LOW PRICES. Reversible Gabardine Finish WATERPROOF OVERCOATS. First quality only, by Dunlop Perdriau. Children's from ? 811 each Men's and Women's ? 1711 each Every Garment Guaranteed Green Coupons Lay Byes All Cash Orders accepted JtSROCADED SATINS, all colours. Suitable for evening wear, curtains, bed spreads, etc ? ONLY 8£d. yd. BLAZERS. Boys' and Girls' ? 5 '11 an...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEAK SISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

WEAK SISTERS. Addressing Holroyd as a candidate tor the W. and S.B., resentment was expressed by Aid. Maunder to Aid. SortelVs statement of 'weak sisters on fche Board.' I don't think thrre are any weak sisters and it is not a fair statement to the rest of the candidates. I hope you don't take it that I am one of these weak, sisters because 1 was not on the Board when it was decided to reconstitute and hold a Royal Commission into the workings of the Board. Aid. Sortell said his re marks were not intended to refer to Aid. Maunder. Aid. Campbell condemned the Merrylands Fire Station. The N.S.W. Fire Commissioners brought the build ing from Fairfield 10 years ago, he said. Seven men there gave great service and came fourth in the State for discipline. He compared Fair field's present station, with it recrea tion room, etc., with the present old building in Merrylands. Strong repre sensations' will be made to the Fire Commissioner after an inspection. New Crepe Super Fingering Wool, fu...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

GRANVILLE. Park Hill Progress Association are asking Council for better lighting- at Lackey Street and Woodville Road junction. Overseer says it's- suffi ciently lit. Granville is in No. 9 Police Divi sion. and the Council has donated £ I. / j. / - this year towards providing a shield as- a perpetual trophy to en-, courage schools to compete as safety patrols. All councils from Ashfield to Granville have been asked to contri bute. The Mayor and aldermen have been invited to a lantern lecture to-night, March 7th, on the Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board, at Y.W.C.A., Liverpool Street, Sydney. Mr. R. F: Murphy, chemist, of Granville, has returned from fishing at Bermagui. Obituary. — Aid. Colquohoun. Granville W.S.H. Association meet in band rooms, South Street, Gran ville, on Wednesday, March 13th. New recruits are wanted, 2/- year mem bership. . Mr. Shaw, publicity officer, stated that they face a big crisis in June and. mentions that Mr. Hughes said, .'As time passes ,it is dri...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

GUILDFORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Messrs. Williams, Baxter and Line were appointed delegates to the newly formed Associated Suburban Cham bers of Commerce. In reply to a letter from Gran. Ceil, for support for a Girls' High School in L»ranville Municipality, members decided to inform that they favoured the scheme and that a site at Guild ford be chosen as a centre be tween Liverpool and Granville. The Chamber has arranged for The Salvation Army Band to play in Guildford every last Friday in the month. The support of the shop keepers and publfc is urged. The Secretary has been instructed to write to the District Police Inspec tor, asking for a destruction of all stray dogs, as they cause considerable nuisance in the town. The Chamber are to offer specials each week to encourage local shop ping. The first advertisement will ap pear next week. WASTE OF GOOD TIME. Aid. R. Tamplin stated at Holroyd Council meeting that with regard to roads, they were only doing bits of patching here and the...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

GUILDFORD. Mr. A. Blanche, an old resident of Guildford, is staying for a week or so with Mr. and Mrs. Goodsir, of Henry Road. Mr. G. Gilbert, of Roseberry Road, railway guard, has been on the sick list for a week. At Fairfield Eisteddfod, Guildford children got their share of prizes. Lantern lectures, Tuesday even ings. at St. Mary's Cafe, during Lent. Mr. E. C. Single, of the P. and C. Association, will be on the deputation to try and obtain a girls' high school building in Granville. The stork visited the home of Mr. A. Munro, of Guildford railway staff, and left a bonnie baby. Mr. Munro commences annual leave this week. Charles Barlow is a patient at Par ramat.'a Hospital and is improving. A young couples' evening was held at Mrs. Barnes' residence, next dooi to Methodist Church, last Wednes day. An enjoyable time was spent. Guildford M.U.I.O.O.F. officers oc i cupied Homebush Lodge chairs last night Presbyterian Tennis Association beat Methodists by 3 games last Sat urday. Guil...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

WL Jr Your Health Sake ^ Take : y ovoid s THE TONIC LAXATIVE PILL One at night will keep you right. BOTTLE, 40 PILLS, 13 Peterson's Pharmacy GUILDFORD Phon UW 8354 ? M J LAMBERT 244 WOODVILLE RD. (Corner Lansdowne Street) All GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERY, TOOVEY'S CAKES. Fresh Tuesdays. Thursdays ami Saturdays. Plain Sponges t'xi. i ach. Iced Sponges 6id. IVOR JAMES 242 WOODVILLE ROAD (Corner Lancdowne Street) HIGH CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Best Leather. Children's Half Soled and Heeled from 2/6. Ladies. 3/6. Gents.. 4/6. T. R. RANKINS Licensed Electrician I 3 Chamberlain Rd.. Guild ord, and 'Ware. Si.. Fairfield All Electrical Repairs and Installations Phone UW 8163 R. E. PETERS Merrylands Road (rear of Young's) Merrylands THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PI UMBER, GASFITTER and DRAINER Est. 20 Years Cstima'.es Free. All Work Guaranteed Sanitary Work a Speciality Film Presents Popular New Starriny; Team. A new starring romantic team is presented to film audiences in Para mount's 'Now and Forever,' comin...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

Golden Wattle 4 -ply Fingering, full loz. skeins in twenty different shades and mixtures. New' shipment just opened up. Usual 7d. Bargain, 6d. skein. Careys, City Price Drap ers, Merrylands and Fairfield.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

Phone UW 8377 Phone UW 8377 BEST NEWCASTLE COAgU^ WOOD & COKIw Prompt Deliveries pro o t TUW-@CHT GUARANTEJED-' ? Leave Ordervit-** J. o. Baldwin. 43 7 MerTymnds Rd. .. ? N. R. Bailej^-oppT' Cinema, Merrj'lende. E. G-,,Wi litems, Newaagensyt-Cuildford Rd C. R. Fragar, 01d,..Gtritdford Newaagency. ? — ? -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

TAXIS and PRIVATE HIRE CARS E. DEVESON, Merrylands. Phone UW9693

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

Get your U.B. Hemmed Sheets from Line & Co. Single sheets 1/llf, three-quarter 2/6}, double bed 2/11J each. BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD. New School of Arts. 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. These Services are bright and helpful. Come and heaT the Old, Old Story. A welcome and message awaits you. GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY SERVICES, 10th MARCH. 11 a.m., Mr. J. Putland. 2.45 p.m., Sunday School. 7.15 p.m., Mr. Linton. LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OP CHRIST SERVICES. Lord's Table, at 10 a.m. Speaker, Mr. J. Kimpton. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7 o'clock. Speaker, Mr. E. Palgrave. ? ALL WELCOME. ? ' ~ * Vv SPRINGFIELD GOSPELL HALL, BROUGHTON ST., GUILDFORD. SUNDAY, 7.15 p.m. 'The Last Days — Are They Near?' By Mr. W. PETERS Men Specially Invited ? No Collection. MERRYLANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Serv'Vs for Sunday, March 10th. ? Surjto School, 10 a.m.; Divine Worsflft 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. Sub ject: f? a.m., The worst thing thut can happen to Life; 7.15 p.m., How are you travelling...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

DOG OWNERS!! Keep your Dog fit and give him a lovely coat with BOB MARTIN'S Condition Powders at 2/- per box Learn all about your Dog from Bob Martin's Book on Dogs Enquire about Your FREE COPY now! W. O. T A A F F E M.P.S., Ph.C. Chemist & Druggist Tel. UW 9S5S GUILDFORD FOR BETTER VISION Which means Better Health CONSULT C McKENZIE, M.I.O. Optometrist & Optician Mozhsm Chamoers, 147a CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA (over Henderson and Greggs) & 47 McARTHUR ST., GUIlI-FORD Phone UW 6179 OPTICIAN to Ilia Naw Sooth Walai Education Department for tba supply of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S GLASSES by Costract. The Charm of a Hand-knitted Jumper j There ie something distinctive in a knitted jumper that is made 1 by the wearer* and more so if the wearer is the designer. The present day wools and departure from orthodox designs certainly allow of featuring an alluring creation. With so many kinds of wool j to choose from, it is just that little expert advice that is given in a good bo...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POPULAR GIRL HONOURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

I'OI'l'LAR GIRL HONOURED. Oil i he night of the 25th of last ;v-i.iith between :)0 and 40 friends from Holroyd Methodist Church, i ;i iaid on the residence of Mr. ;;nd .Mrs. Taylor, Merrylands Road West, the occasion being a surprise party to their daughter Betty, who has gone to a hospital at Mullum bimby. After the effects of the sur p: ise had worn off games were in dulged in. and. sunDer over. Mr. Montgomery, in a neat little speech, presented Miss Betty with a nice toi, let set, comprising mirror, brush and comb, etc., on behalf of the congre gation. and Mr. W. II. Webb, who was visibly affccted, presented her with a box of handkerchiefs on be half of the Sunday School. Speeches were made by Mr. F. Johnson, Miss V. Becker and others, after which Mr. Taylor responded on behalf of his daughter and thanked them all for the kind thought and expression of good wishes for his daughter. Miss Taylor also thanked her friends for the visit and presents. Commu nity singing and solos and t...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS DRUIDS VISIT HELENSBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

MERRYLANDS DRUIDS VISIT HELENSBURGH. Arranged by the members of the Merrylands Druids Cricket Club, a party of 35 members of the .Merry- ] lands Druids Lodge and their wives journeyed to Helensburgh on Sunday for the purpose of a combined sports and cricket match. The members of Helensburgh had made elaborate preparations for a pleasant day and, apart from a few showers, the weather was glorious. The visiting team was successful by three runs. The nail-driving competition was won by Mrs. C. P.' Kelleher. Ladies' Sprint: Mrs. Krause 1st and Miss Mills 2nd. Gents.' Sprint: T. Bradshaw 1st and T. Devine 2nd. Girls' 25 Yards: Dorothy Craft and Dorothy Kingsley. Boys' 25 Yards: Ron Robison and N. Gardner.' Helensburgh, members are .expected to visit Merrylands on March 17th. The Methodist Sunday School Hall will be dedicated and officially opened by Rev. W, H. Jones at 4.15 on Saturday,' 16th March, followed by a tea meeting at 6 p.m. and con-, cert by the Concord Wesley Church Choir at ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935

j ^ Andthisgrcatcomcdyquartcm'- ^ ^ 2 GUY KIBBEE ? HUGH HERBER1 \Og| WSbB^A \. 5 g FlFf D'ORSAY ? RUTH DONNELLY dfcp S 2 A First National Iriumpi I UNIT 2. CHESTER MORRIS & MARION NIXON in | 1 'Embarrassing Moments' ? I COMEDY and FOX MOVIETONE NEWS | | I MONDAY, 11th MARCH, TUESDAY, 12th MARCH | «L a SUPPORTING PROGRAMME I pONpi^nsas Cky GLENDALFARFSi gi 1 COMEDY ~ NEWS REEL | !fBP \jJPP, With this PROGRAMME, MON- 1 |P-'' T«r| DAY, 11th MARCH, is ANOTHER FREE SUITE NKar. The prize I % BE AUT L LOUNGE SUITE § \3llt (dhmvn\ GET THE FULL PARTICULARS FROM THE I 8 rHs*1 y USHERS. * I g -== EDWARD ARNOLD ! WEDNESDAY, 13th MARCH . I SYD HAYNES and BENNIE, of f I 2KY ' ' I | will again be with us in | 1 ANOTHER BIG NIGHT OF f I VAUDEVILLE AND | j COMMUNITY SINGIKjg j I THURSDAY, 14th MARCH 1 I Our Second ^Big | 1 . Dance Night I I With GLAN MARTYN'S RIVOLI DANCE BAND | 5 Coming Attractions: — S I FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 15th, 16th g 5 o I (W^NET GAYNOR in 'SERVANTS ENTRANCE' 5 I ERIC ...

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