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Pensioners' Concert EXCELLENT PROGRAMME PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
Pensioners' Concert EXCELLENT PROGRAMME PRESENTED The Old Age and Invalid Pensioners' Affiociation, Merrylands branch, held a j irand concert In the new Methodist Hall I Holroyd-road. Merrylands. last Thursday j night, October 24. and the flolowlng art- I ists contributed in a flnfc-class pro- 1 gramme: Mis, Lamont end Mis,^ Gloria ' boxsell (eoccinpanistes),- interlocutor, Mr J. N Page; cornerman S^znbo, Mr. Reg Cooksey: Rastu^, Mr. Digger Dick Cutter. Datter and noke&* and finer nfice Cupie Atkins, clever contortionist, had the audience endeavouring to twist them selves inside out: Miss Dot Boxcell (late of Rosy), song and dance; Mrrrylands Mouth-organ Band, who played splendidly, three bnvfcsts of timbers, all of nvhich were well received. Four members of . the band also played, in turn, in three duets. It is hepeti that the band will be available ffcr the concert on Novem bsr 21. M3?js Kola Hughes, song and dance: Mr. H. T. Bradley, tongs; Mr. Min?tt, -barton e; the Boxs...
BROWN—McKENZIE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
BROWN— McKENZIE An abundance of flowers fctnick a pretty note at the weddlng .of - Mlfis Rlta Mc Kensie, daughter of Mifc.AC, ^McKenae and the late Duncan aflcSen gip,fof Den - mark-street, rMerrylahdSj'&nd -Mr. Bern ard Brown.^ddest «on ^^»ir^Brow'n- of Cumberland AAvetiue,Men^ands..: Msses Lorn^'McKenEie,^adcbusin; Miss Myrie ^O^ermBii, L-'acted ^s^torldeamaidls , . both dressed ^la^plnk angelddh'-lace, and can^4hg-i)6uquH & pink rattnattans and hltlia -rtrihhlnhirnt ' ' ' , - ' The.;l»ide .-Rooked fresh ; and charming in a gown of white lace, witfi a -veil and train, lent by a friend from Crookwell, and a ba%iuet bf white cactus on her aim. fre&yterian Church, Men7tods&ii,*the arm oT her brother Duncan.'mtioqgave her away. , Mr. Jack ffllackroore acted as test man, andMr.j&rtl.iMc&enile asgroamsjnan. Tile ? beautifully 'decorated by lira..JJ«lsinlth', asslsted by ladles -of the Church !Md,:S fev.Mr. -BomervilleoHtc - r tated. dnd'|M...
HONEYSETT—SCHUBERT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
HONEYSETT— SCHUBEKT A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. Mary's Church of England, Guild ford, on Saturday evening, October 26, at, 5 pan., iby Rev. A. J. Dwyer. The happy couple were tkhel Gwendoline, eldest daughter of Mr.- and Mrs, Joseph Schu bert, oi Guildford-road, Guildford, and George* William, tldeet son of Mrs' George Honeysfett and the late Mrs. Honcysett, of Rooty Hill, TJie briae entered the church on the arm of her father, and wore a becoming gown of ivory bridal satin. The bodice was fashioned with long sleeves, and a high neckline finished with lily of the valley. The slim-fitting skirt ended in a graceful train. She carried a sheaf of ' gladioli and November lillies. Her Brus sels lace veils was held in placc by a coronet of orange blossoms. Miss Gladys Schubert (sister of fcriac) and Miss Stella Honeysett (sister of the bridegrocm) were bridesmaids, and wore picturesque gowns of pink matalasse and picture hats to tone, and carried sheafs of pink carnations a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
[?] Carlton Nursing Hime ? 45 BOLTON ST., G&K.DFOED Indoor and Outdoor Cases^ttended PHONE UW8775 NUHSE MARION, A.T.N.A. FOR BETTER VISION Which means BETTER ? ConsulU Q. MctyENZIE, M.J.O. OPTOMETRIST & ; OPTICIAN Hoxham Chambers 117a CHDRCp gt., PARK AMATTA. (over jETendprson jind Greggs) , and 41 McABTHUK S r., GUOJ3FOBQ S Phone: TJW9179 ' , ... bPOIClAN to-the New, Souths TOtaC . Education Department f or -tie BUrtilj : j Of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S OLABBBB j ?? ? i '.!? t^Oontraet ' ' R. E. PETERS / ? - UKtR$LAti^'-&OAI- ? i*/ v .^^earof vYaing's), SlffiroWd&fM.:, ' THE pASFir«R^fll-#ipiER * ?so -¥,ea*®1 -aaSj^^feir
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 October 1935
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How to Make a Lawn [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
How to Make a Lawn Nothing Is more refreshing u- tlie eye. and lenas a greater charm to the garden Uian a well-Kepi lawn. In Uie moister and cooler disuicts Jlils is easily enough Ktiained; hi very hot, diy districts, how «-vur. it i5 more dinicult, ajid a gocd water supply Is necessary. liie land should b? well prepared by c-rainine and bv Hpi»i Hla^ino- enmo ttmA before sowing the seed; if this Is done the previous season and a crop of peas taken on, so much the better, as It sweetens the land and kills out the weeds, which are a great drawback to a young lawn . Before sowing the seed the landehpuld be carefully levelled; Ibis is best done by means of a long, well squared board and spirit level, driving lemporary pegs into the land, say, ten feet apart, and levell ing from peg to peg. If the soil is mell firmed and raked to these levels, It will give the even, flat surface required; when cwrpleted the pegs can te removed and the holes carefully filled in. Before finally raking we ...
Doctors' Fees [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
Doctors' Fees Reference was (made recently to-'some stories' of ^dociSofs' fees. * Ferhans the most consictarable doctor's fee on record was fliaid in 1651 tba young English but- . geon -named Oubrtel Bnwgnbm as a re sult of 4is Attendance on the daughter of Shah Jehan. Jehan had a nasslonate affection for Ms eWest daughter, tite Paashah Begum, ehe was in her 22nd year when a-e .was Involved to a Hue In . the roy BY apartments at Detoi, and receiv ed Injuries which the local physicians deemed -Incurable,;- ?.-??? -.-.- T*en : t be Grand Vizier recalled that English surgeons used to come over In vessels to the English (traders at Surat, and so Shah Jehan immediately ttepatoh. ed a messenger, to travel day and night, to bring back to Delhi an English doctor. It was Broug-htcn whom. He brought, arid the Mogul promised the English surgeon on his oath that whatever 'reward he might, ask would be granted h'«n, H he were successful In saving his daughter's . Broughton effected a complete c...
Man the Printer Loves. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
Mein;tHe Printer, Loves. There is. ja -man ttoa printer loves, and he'i;wondrous wise; Wheoelp' he ^writes, the printer man, keSotteSi all hte i's. And when he's ttctted all of them with ? ? carefulness and .ess?; , He pjinchintes 'each paragraph and cross r&m hts^asi . — - Opon.Ione «]de -alone he writes, and 'wwerj 3¥i11r 111* lmvH?* . -..!inftrk%*flo^*^''.^^3elves, ? AndVjwheii-^ fllMstWn he doth ask— And-^^^y^lik^yule pains, at Wfl a^c^^^^^^lj^anu°cript wUl not Sp^^^^^aptoiisr to write take W^^^^^^^^wer';wi«te, do' . It ;lsv43i»ttf''/cj indifference whether : a ro&'dwirr^^or.^ot,:fOT in either case
CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE Rovers v Merrylands [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
CRICKET PARRAMATTA JUNIORS A GRADE Rmrera v Merrylands Mcrrj'laiuit — 1st Innings: P. f»»-».«bv 5'. B. Ooimoll' 54. W. Oglesby 4. E. Addiecat 17 U. Walker- 27, P. Horsey 10: J. Horsey 7. Rod Walker '6, 'Rj.Munnory n.o. 22. P. (Hi\txh 2. J. Davison 0; surdries 25 — 201 . Rovers— let innings; 1/05. C GRA0E: — 2nd Division Guildfbrd Wuratah v-Merryiands Meirylands-i-Ut lrinlnfts: T. Broun 6. E. Moore 10. D. Moore 5. J. Oglesbv 17, V. Thompson 6, R.. Seldel ? 7. H. Nlchi^las 0. A. Davis 2. R. Chtvere 1, T. Clarke n.« 7. A. Austin 0' eundries 6^^7. (Bowling: J. Morian 4 22. S. Bell 5/391 Guildford Waratah— 1st innlnjr-:S. BfII 13. P. Haddon 0, J. Morgan 24. R. Bveu deh 6, H. Hodgson 4. P. Delaney 1 retired hurl 1 1. R. Bate' 18. K. Pertcr 14. D. Mc Kenzie 0. C. Sprat t 2, H. Hodgsm n.' ?-: .?iiM-les 10—94 (Bowling: -D. Monr» 4 ;2i. V. TlK)m--son 0/26. a: Davis 2 23, T. Brown 3-J13. Merryiands— 2nd innings: V. Thompfou Jl. E. Mrore 20, J. Oglecbv 49. R. S'.'--« 23. H. Nicholas n.o. 12: fu...
Granville Diggers VIGORO TROPHIES PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
Granville Diggers VIGOEO ' TROPHIES PRESENTED On Tue-day, Octcber 29. tlie mecUnp nieht was turned into a srr-lal and mui rol ivefilnj.'ln honor rf the sub-branch vigoro club. Mr. Eredsrick-, presiding. The meeting onened with the usr,il U-o r i^utes' BUence. The ui-Ejidi'Xt htI corrwi all. and then . lwnd;d over to licc-puddent, Mr. V. Daiv. as M.C. the preasntatiwi of e i,w *:i-1 ir.jpl.it - liv wr». Frfdericks, wife of Hie irjsidi'1-.t. Bowling average, M. Baron; batung oy 'rac. ^N. McKenzle; caccJes, E. Jarman rieldlnf. L.- Atlee; jiighpst 'cor?. W. Hen- most wickets, M. JDr-;w aist rll ?lound. E. Banks; trophlp.!. E. Poind. J. Oliver, B.'Hfare. B. McCabe, E O-.iey snd Ml KeUow. Th. president called on the captain to blow ..out a candls on a cakv, signi fying one year. Artj/rs . contributing were; Mr Rich ardson/.Mr. shannon, Mr. J. Clout Miss Joan Dan-. -Martin, - Jack Dane, Miss Norma' MfllviHe^ Mr. J. Dickens. Mr. Epps proposed the vote of thank? to thetarasts. '.
Vigoro Presentations Gold Diggers' Club Social [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
Vigoro Presentations GoU Diners' dob Social On Friday, November 1, the Gold Dlg gers held a social and jjrasenlatlon even ings, at Mr. E. Single's residence, when there mas a good roll up of members and friends to take part in games singing ? and cheering. The presentations \rere ably carried out by the president, Mr. Rothery, and coach, Mr. E single The first member to be oresented -was Mis S. Griffiths, w*o gained the most points for consistency and improved play er. Next was Mrs. P. THloian, for her good work in the bowling where she had secured 88 wickets to date, with one wore match to play, and has a good chance of securing the century (wishing her luck). Then came the captain. Miss T. Morrison, for ner services to the club during the time she held, captainship. ? r, J58 most surPrl£«1 Person was Mrs. Srertrey, treasurer, when the president handed her a present from members of the club. ._ *^F surPri« of -*e evening was a beuftiful ? cake, in the fomiof vlgoro bats and balls, ...
Man Ejected at Holroyd [?]LIEF WORKER'S DISMISSAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
Man Ejected at Holroyd fexiUI WOKKIiR'S DISMISSAL A kelllion was received by Holroyd Counll from over 520 relief workers of the rtfciilclpallty, stating that the 'Dole Work*,' Council' did not represent them. This Budy (tlic Merrylands U. and R. . Wurkcnr Council) asked council lo re I'lve 3. dcputaUon in connection irith the QismlssaJ of certain emergency relief uri.il-.pr*; Aid. R. Tainplln pointed out, that the men could ask lor mi inquiry by the de partment, and moved that they be so informed . Aid. BaRer suggested meeting tlic dis mLviwl men in committee, together wilh th-.- overseer, to discuss the position. Aid. Jones: I'm not going lo back and fill over anything. We have our respon sible officers to see lhat the men do their work, and we don't expect them lo slave. V. Is either believing *lie officers or the other side. There must be some just cause for the assistant oversee- to put any man off. The aldermen had gone out of their way to get belter oondULuns for Ihcmcn. he sa...
SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
SUCCESS . Rev. J. McLeod, at St. Stephen's church, t f^dney.. ctW ****? people all began JWltto the desire to make life ja success. -They were to this world to $0 on and to get tfo: otherwise pod would jjot have glven.'«»n powers to IWnkr.jJaS and a«»W^n; But to, -«et on' despite the costtoSSSra ? vue .testing Hour. 3a jnaixy 0'jnaQV.jljR,1-: ? Self-interest bUnded men io^beSieMS of others, deafening £ea to ?ttoe cSvot - penury and poverty. Ufe coulev5e*w&v qu^stloii was romeMmes -heard, '-'?mttMat' tie leave?*: The real ?miesUdn WMTiEKt . did man take? ' Man Tould jSver^uS enythuig with him except his pMKdJttfc'
Shell Grit for Poultry A SEASONABLE REMINDER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
Shell Grit for Poultry A SEASONABLE REMTNTMJP 1 With tlie season of peak production at hand, the poultry farmer should pay special attention to tlie supply of grit to the birds; any sbortag: of Hits shell-forming material will soon be re flected In a falling-off in laying. The fl.1t sttjuld be of good (quality, and neither too large ncr to? fine. Many poultry keepers have an idea uiav, «t& grit is imorc or teas essential Jor Uid digestion of the food eaten by the birds, any sort of grit — ironstone, quartz, cr other such substance— 4s all that Is necessary. This, of course, - is wrong In senje cases they read that lime 'is ! essential for supplying shell-making mat erial, and straightway resort to giving them burnt lime. This material is harm ful. ? . -,; . ??'? . . ? The primary function of grit Is' to supply shell-making material, and far this jntrpose none of the substances men : tloned are 6J. any , use, «Jid burnt lime Js absolutely iannful. lime in its burnt .mteijshou...
Fashion and Toilet WHAT SCREEN STARS ARE WEARING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
Fashion and Toilet WHAT SCREEN STARS ARE WEARING smr r SS^?™11 Metro-Goldwyn-Maycr S?m™ i ^.More La-Ues' -» '-e first to ntum to natural finger nails. 'They arc more nataral and more comfortable.' MIbs Cra^ord sa«d 'And when all is mid. ^r»^?i Jh**1 lhttt nolhln« '°°lt5 more attractive Uian a soft, buffed finish ' Clever Overall suits fashioned from Maureen O'Sullivan's rJiolcc for yaclilliw ''??« 'bofrti Uie yacht 'Mavournccn.' owned by her fiance. John VlUlers Far it*. The overalls arc fashioned in var iru-, colors, ranrinir from diisiv Din=r -t iiavy blue, with handkerchief linen shirts in contruUng colors. Linen vagabond hat- oo-nnl-fe the various ensemblrs. Suede for sports wear! It's the latest «Zt ^S,?}.181'1* BrU,cf' wh0 h 8)ware ttm with ithe nrw fashions. r':^ntly ac quired a complete sup*- cuf/.. rt Is a taUored suit In royal blue. Th- skirl is P?rfectly straight, featuring pleats at the hem. The ctri. Is double-breasted and b»autirully tailored, fastening with match - \r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
! ! ! -l — - DE-LUXE ? ! ! » PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. VrajDINOS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, /and all classes of private hire. ?V/ Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. J- MEALIA, Proprietor. -St.WS^ WTVVARD STREET ? OUILDFOnD ;^;^§ Prompt, Reliable Motor Repairs ! DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE: /Merrylands Garage sS OPPOSITE CINEMA. For TROUBLE-FREE SERVICE ! HIOH-PRESSURE GREASING. WORK GUARANTEED. J. WAYMAN, Proprietor. RING UW9801. !! ? MOTORISTS ? !! The Latest Airline Lubrigun has been installed at Merrylands Motors^ / (E. W. VIVIAN, Proprktir) J\ 72 Merrylands Road, MERRYLANDS. '*- *&? Ofslfoti to develop MM LnMlcint Pnnure at 15* lb. air .jiressure. Car Onnrrs can be amorrd of tbe Qulcknt and Che-|MSt Greasing Job In or out of Sydney. \- ',. ?CAUL. AND INSPECT. ? Tetepn^K:' ttW*608. FULLERTONS BREAJ)^ FOR E X C E LLENCE ! Suits to Measure ? FROM ? TERMS O-) I -t i\l / TERMS /as- ^3/iu/=y3/6^,r Chas. Kirkland High Class TAILOR 348 GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDF...
FILM FLASHES GRACE MOORE: NEW STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 November 1935
FILM FLASHES GRACE MOORE : HEW STAR. ' Movledom has a new, vibrant. Bjam orous screen personalityr-ttis ravlslung. radtant Grace Moore, senrn star, con cert artist and radio singer, and star of Iha film sensation, 'One Night (f Ijove,' which screens et Merrylands Cinema this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings, and a.t matinee on Saturday, ncr uiump*uuii» MM*fs 1*1*.* nlly transports on d into a fairyland of niii-.lc beauty and thrilling emotion. Her slorious al'urlng.cliarm her vibrant per ronallly mdlates a magnetism from the screen thai is captivating and seduc tive. FIERCE CONFLICT IN 'AREONIAN' The roar of revolvers and VJlcys lTom shot-guns punctuate the thrilling nrUon of the new Richard Dlx drama, —l'h- Arlronlan.' at Merrylands Cinema this Saturday, Monday *nd Tuesday evenings and matinee on Saturday. It depicts in exacting detail the early set tling of the West, and the warfare thai raged between outlaws and peac? offic ers wlio m-cre fighting to bring order to Hie turbu...