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GRANVILLE AND DISTRICT VIGORO ASSOCIATION. Jacobs B Grade Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935
GRANVILLE AND DISTRICT VIGORO ASSOCIATION. Jacobs B Grade Cup. Clubs P. W. L. F. P. Wallaroo ... 6 5 1 — 20 Holroyd .... 5 4 1 ? — 1G Werriwa .... 6 4 2 — 1G Robins ? 6 2 4 — 8 ICewpic U. . . . 5 2 3 — 8 Silver Star . . 6 — C — 0 Sam Lands Challenge Cup. Clubs P. W. L. F. P. Wallaroo ... 3 2 1 1 12 Werriwa .... 3 2 1 1 12 Holroyd .... 4 2 2 — 8 Silver Star . . 3 1 2 1 8 Robins ? 3 — 3 1 4 ICewpie U. . . . 1 1 — — .) Saturday's Results. Werriwa 29 and 67 defeated Silver Star 37 and 57 by 2 runs. Holroyd 93 defeated Robins 28 and 50 by an innings and 15 runs. Following are the fixtures for Sat urday, March 9th: Silver Star v Robins (Chall); Werriwa v. Wallaroo (Chall); Holroyd a forfeit (B grade). Next Saturday's match between Wallaroo and Werriwa will be inter esting, not in the way of vigoro, but the fact that the winning team will lead by four points in the Sam Lands Challenge Cup. Werriwa should hold an advantage by playing on their home ground. Should Wallaroo win they will be le...
REGENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935
REGENT NEWS. Friday and Saturday, 8th and !)th. — Stars, spectacles, music, fill 'Won- der Bar' to the brim. Our attrac tion for these two nights is a picture worthy of the great cast, headed by Ka.v Francis, supported by Dick Powell, Dolores Del Rio, A1 Jolson and Ricarilo Cortez. Blazing human passions in drama that cracks like h thunderbolt amid songs, girls. laughs, and astounding surprises. He v,:;;: (lie life of the pinty- a iv. ;h l.u;i] joker who never missed a .?hancc lo get a laugh at the other .'c '.lews' expense, but the tables were unvii. and you'll laugh yourself tired at the joker's most 'Embarras- !:????. !\!-!!v.i'«ts.' f cam ring; Chc«U Jiiiiri.- and .Marion Nixon. Comedj . Fox Hlovietone News. For 11th and 12lh. — Again we have the year's most popular actor, Rob ert Montgomery, in 'Hide Out.' ably supported by Maureen O'Sullivan. A sweetly told picture of the rural in fluence that made a man out of a reckless youth. To every girl he met he whispered. '1 mean it wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935
CAREY'S WEEKLY BARGAINS Ladies' FLANNELETTE NIGHTS, good quality, in White, Pink and Sky. Nicely embossed. Usual 2/11. BARGAIN 2 3 Ladies' TRACED APRONS, best quality Calico, in twenty new 1935 designs. Full size. Usual 7£d. BARGAIN 6d. ea. TWILL WINCEYETTE. Special soft finish, in double width. White, Pink, Salmon, Sky, Nil, Lemon. Ideal for Nights and Pyjamas. Usual I .'44 .... BARGAIN 1 -'lj yd. I | REPP SPUN SILK. Well known in Merrylands for its j wear. Now in the following shades: White, Pink, I Sky, Salmon, Nil, Navy and Black. All perfect | shades. Usual 1/9 ? BARGAIN 1 /4£ yd. FLORAL FLANNELETTES, 30in. ^ soft, cosy finish, with I neat floral designs, in Pink, Sky. Salmon. Usual I 31. ? BARGAIN lUd. yd. LACONIA BLANKETS, 12 ears guarantee. In White. I I Single Bed 25 -, Three-quarter Bed 35 Double Bed ? 37 6 pair Do not pay exorbitant prices from door-to-door canvassers. STRIPED TWILL FLANNELETTES, 30in. Special heavy quality, -with soft finish. New smart stripes. Usual I 3...
A GRADE. M[?]rrylands v. Castle Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935
A GRADE. I Merrylands v. Castle Hill. | Won by Merrylands by an mnints and 205 runs. Merrylands, first innings 444. Castle Hill, first innings 13& (Bowling: F. Horsey 2-59, M. O Ponoghue 5-25. A. Davis 1 -27 , Iv Att dicott 0-14). Second innings 104. (Bowling: J. Horsey 2-35. V. Ogles by 2-26, E. Addicoat i-23, M. O'Dono ghue 0-10.) (iuildford v. Hovers. Won by Hovers by 4 wickets and 2 runs. Hovers, first innings 137. (Howl ing: W. Wright l-!!l. K. MacDiarmid 1-ijS, li. Harwood 6-33, A. Stewart Sece.r.d innings .^2. (Howling: W. WiiglU 2-17. K. MaeDiarinid 0-22. S. ISratly 2-22. W. Tisdale 0-20.) (iuildford. first innings 155. Sec ond innings: A. Fawherl, Ibw. b Leach. S: H. Ashton. retired. IS; A. Stewart, b Leach. 2; 11. llarwood, h Leach. 2; S. Brady, b R. Kejlow. 10; J. Connollv. b R. Foss. 5: W. Neaic. ?. b R. Kcllow. 0; W. Tisdale. li R. I- 1.;:.. 7; l\ Spratt. not out. 5: R. Mai Diarmid. c. b R. 1'oss. 0: ? Wright, b R. Fuss. 1: sundries. 1. Tula). I'itt Row A.L.P. v...
GAMBRILL CUP TENNIS ASSOCIATION. C GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935
GAMIiliILL (TP TUN MS ASSOCIATION. C GRADE. Peim-semi r mats: i.iareiuont o ?15 defeated Laurels 1. 3-40; Halcyon \ 7-19 defeated Wondabyne 2-29; i Cheerio 4-42 defeated Boronia 5-39: I Laurels II. 5-42 defeated Blue Gum I 4-37. 1 Semi-final. Novice: Bodean 5-}:', : defeated Waratah 4-36; Boronia (i-li! defeated Bohilla 3-35. Knock-out Competition: Merry ville 7-51- defeated Delmonte 2-32; Rainbow II. 5-42 defeated Bodean 4-38. MERRYMAKERS VIGORO CLUB. On Saturday the competition match was played at Granville against (lie Pals, and resulted in a difeat lor Merrymakers, the score being: Merrymakers, -first 46. se-- ond 6]; Pals, first 44. second 76; Pals winning by 13 runs. Sunday's match was played at Merrylands. the opponents being Vagabonds male team, which re sulted in a win for Merrymakers hy one run. the scores being: — Merry- makers. liist innings 44, second 124: Vagabonds, first innings 51, second 116. FAIRFIELD AND DISTRICT HARP COURT TENNIS ASSOCIATION. Karrickabah v. Doral...
LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935
LIVERPOOL. Council and Main Roads Depart ment were to meet yesterday re Bankstown and Liverpool forming a main road. Golf club meeting at School of Arts, March 13th. Ladies' mid-week tennis tourna ments every Wednesday. A deputation to have more police at Liverpool will interview the Min ister shortly. 'Liverpool is losing too many his toric buildings,' said Aid. Nicholls last week. Mi\ B. R. Henderson, of Bossley Park, is in Auburn District Hospital. Rev. E. Syd. and Mrs. Henderson, Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, have returned from a holiday spent at Newport. A successful function was held last Thursday at the Town Hall, when Aid. and Mrs. J. S. Fitzpatrick were honoured by the citizens of Liver pool and district. Mrs. Fitzpatrick was presented with a canteen of cut lery, while Mr. Fitzpatrick received a wallet of notes and an illuminated address. A large concourse of people gathered, showing the popularity of the guests. Several eulogistic speeches were made by representa tives o...
FIXTURES FOR 9th AND 16th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 March 1935
FIXTURES FOR 9th AND 16th MARCH. A Grade. — Merrylands. v. Dundas. (S. Bell and Wagner.) B Grade.— Merryville v. ^fcinville Central. (Boyle and Fawber^Bkood year v. Guildford. (G. Hall and Howe.) C Grade. — Warrigals v. Pitt Ro.v. ( Whalan and Hall.) Granville Cen tial v. Merrylands. (Hotchkiss and Shaw.) Guildford v. Clyde Engineers. (Yewdall and Boyd.) Progress v. Guilds. (Field and Williams.) SPORTING PARS. Merrylands Soccer Club are enter ing an Under 19 and Under 1G team in the S.D.F.A. Merrylands C Grade, by their wl:-. ever Guilds, won their division .-.u.; v illi ii another set of caps. A. Johnston recorded a good donl ie i.y scoring 49 and taking 3 wicket: for 19. C. King looked very mixed up last Saturday. Tis said the hot weather was the cause.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935
,- ?. \ GENERAL. '?? Entries dl'.'!1 for the GambnJl Cup 'oh; iTqqsdajf iu«l- Entry forms and ^information may bo obtained at FawlnytV. Ppoi'ts Store, Merrylands. In }iiovinfc for I he adoption of the 49th;,'sifthua} report of (lie Railway Ambulancojroip? at. thc^ n. and T.
GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935
GUILDFORn. Mr. John Hercules Oldfield, of 61 Mouritford Avenue, is Secretary of G.U.10.0.P., : 'who are - holding a social in the Masonic Hall \on Tues day, April 2nd, to which all members, 'Intending members, and friends are invited. .''??' , Mrs. J. Oldfield plays tennis at Mrs. Hadfield's court in Cross St.: Mr. John Oldfield is a brother of Bert Oldfield. the world's chamnion wicket keeper,, and -occasionally pays a flying visit to Guildford. We regret to announce the death of, Mr. J. D. Nesbitt, 34 Station St., Guildford (73). Until recently a member of the Cricket Umpires' As sociation. He was buried at Rook wQp_d Ind. Cemetery last Monday. He 'often took the role of Father Xmss at the School. OLD GUILDFORD. The stork visited the home of Mr. W. P. Pierson, about 3 weeks ago, 'leaving a baby girl. Mr. Pierson 'says the^fowls suddenly went into a moult apbipft* ''constantly looking up in the aiiBA crane periodically visits the dietrw when a child is born. About 90 Ayounp \ ladie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935
GUILDFORD MEMORIAL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Bolton Street, Guildford BAZAAR SATURDAY, 30th MARCH To be opened at 2.45 p.m. by Dr. Fleck, M.L.A. Stalls of all kinds. Amusements for cvtryonr COOKING COMPETITIONS. 1. Best Plate of Scones. Prize, J doz. E.P.N.S. Teaspoon*, fcach entry to be accompanied by a docket showing purchase of 'Fountain' S.R. Flour. Must be 1 5 entries'. 2. J doz. Small Cakes. Prize, Lavender and Musk Casket. Each entry to be accompanied by a bottle of Faulding's Flavouring Essence. Must be 10 entries. All entries to be property of Bazaar. Entries close at 2.15 p.m. Fairfield Tailoring Co THE CRESCENT FAIRFIELD Order Now for Easter Suits to Measure on our Easy Terms £3/15/- Suit. 7/6 Deposit, 3/9 Weekly £4/4/- Suit. 8/3 Deposit, 4/3 Weekly £4/10/- Suit. 9/- Deposit, 4/6 Weekly £5 Suit. 10/- Deposit, 5/- Weekly £6 Suit. 12/- Deposit, 6/- Weekly The wise man will buy a good suit. Our easy terms will bring a well-tailored and perfectly fitting suit within your reach fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935
Three-ply Super ; Fingering (Lin co!n), full loA'skeins in all the new est Winter shades and, 'baby colours. A beautiful soft'«osyj;^pi^i.'i;U8ual 9d. Now 7}d. Bk^in^^^-tBye. Juid pay as you take. ? Careys, Merrylands and Fairfield. . ?, :.:'\ ii-f-M^i^-IMJiif TRADES AND PROFESSTONS EXPERT DRESSMAKER
SHERER—PEARCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935
SHKRER— PEARCE. Many friends and well-wishers of the young couple gathered to St. Joseph's Church, Guildford, on Friday, 8lh March, to witness the marriage of Thelma, only daughter of Mi. K. -T. Pearce, of Manly, to Russell, youngest son of Mr.- «nd Mrs. F. Shcrer. of Guildford. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Pr. Harrington. , The bride, who was given away by ner orotnei, mi. u. rearce, iookcq charming in her two piece suit bf ivory romaine, with hat and shoes to tone, and carried a beautiful bouquet of tuberoses, with trails of frangi panni. She was attended by a very close friend, Miss Madge Field, of Guildford, wearing shell pink njoro cain, with hat to match and carrying' a bouquet of pink asters, belladonna lilies and delphiniums. Mr. H. Glan ville of Fairheld, was best man. The reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents, where the mother, carrying a posy of red roses and autumn leaves, received 40 guests.- The happy couple later left, for their future home ...
THE GAMBRILL CUP TENNIS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935
THE GAMBRHX CUP TENNIS '??:?? . ASSOCIATION. , ? The pJayers graded Jto B ~'-3'rade |; ;— Ladies; /|liss,WlAideraon; Mrs. E. Atchrion,|MissJ';|3ate,lMrSi Cawley. ; Mrs^lbu^i^rs^^olquhbuniK'airB; ?'?'? ^ Culleny^S- pdriaie)MSre:«GiU jes, ?^ Miss ;t;^^oc]^M^?^^6ftlock, V . Xi -MiB8v|^i^r^Jars^.^troudi-'''^' :-.'.'~r \ ^ ^GjentW^- ^chTsoiv3).Bpbthi =.-W.v? / C^ey^paouJ^mj^bk^Ji^onov,: ?,/. van,tA^lfl^^e^S|Bssex-^«Gbodfi i win,£!f firayiTO^SM^ley-:jraealey, ^ffliJt6n,ii^ga4t-^^iacE^lanei ,? C^i^sen;^pi^pHs^SB;'K&; J; - Rich^sdri;-^WiteT»le*iJ.' Kfabert?, ' ^^^s^TfgBialdejyv^H ^SiKtSleyi ': ?'? U '^iSn»)% .fc,i-BtaSiai- a'.^Steyensoni ? '???'? : J^Stevensbny 'G.^wicker; = W.- Twist, » m ^IJianis jtJinv);^: WiliiamB;.^ 35 ^Jid^d^yEromjaffoyji^b vC-rGrafe 'M^ M^fli^^^affl^^.V6feeveSii^
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935
Merrylands Under 19 and 16 Soc cer Club have obtained permission from the Council for the use of No. 1 Ground at Merrylands Park for the coming season, and will hold their first practice on Saturday next. In tending members should attend. Attention is drawn to an advertise ment in this paper on the subject of a new club. Mr. R. Schey has kindly consented to assist the movement by accepting names and addresses of all interested, and it is hoped that these ; will be handed in as soon as possible so that the organisation of the dub ' may be proceeded with. \