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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

Don't Suffer from CORNS USE 'FOREX*' PAINLESS CORN AND WART PAINT To get Speedy and Total Relief Price :: 1/- bottle W. O. T A A F F E M.P.S., Ph.C. Chemist & Druggist Tel. UW9S55 ? GUILDFORD FOR BETTER VISION Which mean* Better Health CONSULT C. McKENZIE, M.I.O. Optometrist & Optician Moxham Chambers, 147a CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA (oven- Henderson and Greggs) ft 47 M6ABTHUB Sl\, GUILDFORD Phone UW9179 OPTICIAN to tli« New South W*Im Education Department far tin supply of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S CLASSES fcy Ca»tyeV MERRYLANDS FIBROUS PLASTER WORKS ROSS BROS. 195 PITT ST., MERRYLANDS Reasonable Prices Best Material! Used Sheets made to any size Plain and ornamental PUBLIC NOTICE. 'Broadcaster' Changes Hands. As from this date, the ownership of this paper will change hands, and the new proprietor will in future pub lish the paper from 'The Biz' News paper, Fairfield. It is the intention to improve the paper and confine the circulation to Holroyd and surround ing districts, and...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

A TAXIS ^* and PRIVATE HIRE CARS E, DEVESON, Merrylands. Phone UW9693 Phone UW S377 :: Phone UW 83T7 BEST NEWCASTLE COAL WOOD & COKE Prompt Deliveries Daily from PROSPECT DEPOT FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED ' Leave Orders at J. S. Baldwin, 457 Merrylands Rd. N. R. Bailey, opp. Cinema, Merrylands. E. G. Williams, Newaagency, Guildford Rd C. R. Fragar, Old Guildford Newsagency.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

IN MEMORIAM Alchin. A tributeiof love to our dear son and brother, Gordon, accidentally killed 1st April, 1933. Rest in Peace. Inserted by his loving fathev, mother, sisters and brothersv IN MEMORIAM. ALCHIN — In loving memory of my dear pal, Gordon, accidentally'. killed, 1st April, 1933. Three little words, 'Forget me not,*' They don't seem much, but mean a lot. Inserted by his pal, George, Mr. and Mrs. T. Jones, Prospect.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

WONDER RAILWAYS OF THE WORLD. No. I sold out in a day. | No. 2 due Thursday night. Order early. MAN TRACKS, fay idriesa. With the Mounted Police in Australian Wilde. 40 illustrations. Juat published. WARNING. Residents of Guildford are warned against canve^eers going from door to door using our name. They have no auth«?!r;ty. KNITTING BOOKS. These are moving freely, the new numbers not AUSTRALIAN HOME JOURNAL and AUSTRALIAN HOME BUDGET for April are now in. ? GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. ? IN APPRECIATION. Mr. David Hume, the proprie tor of this paper, desires to ex press his sincere thanks for the support tendered to him since its inception nearly 2-J years ago. It has served both advertisers and public as faithfully as was pos sible in extremely difficult times and circumstances. It is desired that all accounts due for advertising to the 30th March inclusive be paid only to Mr. David Hume, !8 Fairview Street, Guildford, or Mr. O. H.] Dumbrill, 32 Cross Street, Guild ford. Cretonnes from ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

For the CHOICEST QUALITY FRUIT) in Season Visit REG. GREENTREE GuHdford's Leading Fruiterer 331 GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD Children Served with the Utmost Car* and Attention ? Relief Orders Taken ? J. S. BALDWIN ? THB ? Grow t Produce Mast 457 MERRYLANDS-W. MBREYLANDS. BREAD! BREAD! BREAD1 BUT ONLY ONE Coleman's BREAD For Quality there u no equal RING UW 8S86 and our carl will call WE DELIVER Carts daily to all parts of DUtrict ? Thonei UW860Q. J* L. GARDEN Licensed Plumber, Gasfitter and Sanitary Engineer 149 Woodville Rd.. Merrylandi Estimate* Given Free. AH Oaaaei of Repairi. All Work Guaranteed. U.B. Leader Sheets, 5 years guaran tee, at Line and Co. HEMSTITCHING now at 2d. yard at Mrs. SIMMS. Guildford Road. T R. R ANKINS Licensed Electrician 13 Chamberlain Rd, Guildford and WareSt, Fairfield All Electrical Repairs and Installations. Phone UW8163

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

Always fresh and of wholesome flavour Give it a trial at\d you'll tell your neighbour, Fullerton's Bread WHITE AND WHOLEMEAL Personal Service by specially Made at constructed motor van to FULLERTONS SURROUNDING DISTRICTS } BAKERY DAILY 303 Guildford Road Phone :: UW 9403 GUILDFORD OUR SPECIALITY — FRESH TEA CAKES DAILY BE PREPARED proVect yourself in wet weather A Goocl Range of Strong Rainproof UMBRELLAS is- now on view at /E. S. LAMB GUILDFORD ROAD, ; GUILDFORD PjRICES from 4/11 to 8/6 /INSPECTION INVITED UMBRELLAS RECOVERED / AND REPAIRED ~ -'.CHARGES MODERATE ????????III SS GOES HE BLADES flOUS MOWERS value NOT e in or out I. See ours joing else 42/6, 47/6 I 52/6 DFORD ARE CO. HERE EVERYONE OES lie Hall jopen, anil after the Boxo-, igy was 'sung, ^rpnounced.the-iBeher' iction. The ins^ection^y^, all riajjt: own to a'ioun^ifiiV^eia'Jir^wded.-. %_ The concert i^iveji'Jljjr^Jhe'1 Gpncqrd: Lesley ;Ghureh/Chbir,s^as Much Sp-,' Ireeuftefl^'cr-'*-'?'-^;'-5:-'--'^ :?.:';?;.:-'':/;-'?'?'...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

AT MERRYLANDS piUIT PALACE 184 Merrylands Road, Specials '???;.' fc:.--.- Choice TOMATOES and BANANAS Cheap PINEAPPLES RELIEF ORDERS' ACCEPTED -- ^JyiEr^INQlProp. MURIEL BAXTER 5 Wingello Street GUILDFORD For WREATHS AND BOUQUETS ?t Shortest Notice VW 9747. (

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

®S#^^ffi™S' BARGAINS- : ? Vui*i£liTOirefe«L!CO. Pure finish, 3«n. Usual 7*d. ?% /? ??v^y^gSf :r- ? NOW 6d., S/6 doz. ?LaHies' Rt^0NNlELETTE NIGHTS. White, Pink, Sky. Usual ?-? .2/fjE'^-' ? ?' .-: ? ? NOW 2/3 Ladies' fliANNELETTE PYJAMAS. Good quality. Usual ?5/ii'' ? t, ?.. ? NOW 3/11 .-Girls FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS. Two-piece. Usual 3/11. NOW 2/11 Boys' WOOL and COTTON VESTS. Direct from mill. Usual 3 o ? NOW 2/6 E/DERDOWN QUILTS. Beautiful Satin Covers, filled with the finest quality Kapok. These are bought direct from the factory, and we can save you up to 50 % on your Quilts. Doubled 18/11, 19/11, 22/6, 25/-, 35/-, 39/6 Use our 'Lay Bye for Quilts or Cash Orders ? — *fc£ ;.?-?, Full stocks of MATTING WOOLS now WEPYLAN|j^FAlBH£Lfl(Worg-sO Guildford Chamber of Commerce MEMBERS' COMBINED WEEK-END SPECIALS ; ; ADAMS CAKE SHOP Hrifti Special Currant Short Bread Biscuits, 1b. ? ? /** RADIO ? 1 'RADIOLA' and 'AIRZONE' BAXTER, 5 Wingello St.. Guildford. UW9747 ? Enquire about our Week-end O...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

li^ GUILDFORDS PROGRESSIVE ^?^?k I^ll^^^:lpi-. DRAPERS *«d MERCERS THIS WEMj^^ — FLANNELETtE IWGHTGQWNS, SKY, PINK, AND WHITE 1/11* EACH PARASOLS from ? ??'...'.' 4/6 Men's UMBRELLAS from ? x«. .!;^/ ? .'.'.' . . '.'. 6/11 ? . TENNIS ^|b:iar EYE SHADES ? 'iff V V ? 1/. each Cream SPORTS TROUSERS, Inner Belt . . . . \ ; . 1B//r|, pr SPORTS SHIRTS .. . ... . 3/6 each ? BELTS ? 1/6 BLAZERS, Striped. Ladies' ? 16/6 Men's ? ? ? ??'..'..'..' £1/1/ TENNIS SOX— Men's White Sox ? j/3 pr# Ladies' Ankle Hose ? * ? 1/1£ pr. Silk and Wool (fancy tops) . . ? '. ? . . . j/g pn Men's Rubber Peak Tennis and Cricketing CAPS ? 2/3 MAKE YOUR LAY-BY NOW ? HOSIERY Children's HALF SOX. All wool, pineapple stitch ? 1/3 pr. Fancy Top SOX ? Mf pr' All Wool Ribbed CASHMERE STOCKINGS . ? . . . 1/1 1 pr. Ladies'/SILK and WOOL HOSET ... ? ?/ 1/' «'-* */6 P' Ladies}' Full Fashioned SILK and WOOL HOSE . . . . . 4/11 pr. Also Full Range Kayser, Prestige and Nu Dawn full fashioned SILK HOSE. Men v CASHMERE SOX ? ? V...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS. Friday and Saturday, 29th and 30th. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

REGENT NEWS. ' ? ? Friday and Saturday, 29th and SOtlfif Constance Bennett in the; musical romance magnificent, 'Mout& Rouge/1 with Franchot ToneiJ-STallio Carminati, and Russ iColumbo.- -: He Jed a double life by making love itp one woman, and he didn't kncjw that' this blonde by night Mrfa brunette by day were one and thevsame— his-o^it wile. Thrill to the beautiful tnus'ic- — Cottoe in the Morning, The Song of Surrender, and Boulevard of Broken Di cams— Coloured Cartoon . and Nevsrecl. » i'oj aim oaiuraay, z»in ana aum Gioiiie M. Cohan, Wynne Gibson, mid 'Jorothy Burgess in ''Gambling.' All tie world loves a murder mystery and h'-re is unleashed excitement in a swindling mile-a-minute melodrama in' a father's love and the gambler's i-haiici- he took to .solve the mystery oi' his luirdered daughter. ' Monday «nd Tuesday, 1st and -2nd. 'A Lot; Lady,' featuring Barbara btanwwck, Frank Morgan and Ricardo Cortez. S1:b married to escape love; The world branded her a lost lady— ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

DON'T SUFFER WITH 'FLU TAKE MY 'FLU' POWDERS' WILL CURE IN 'ONE' NIGHT 2d. each ;: Packets 1 A Peterson's Pharmacy GUILDFORD Phone UW 8354 ? M. J LAMBERT 244 WOODVILLE RD. (Corner Lnnidowne Street) AH GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERY, TOOVEY'S CAKES. Fresh Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Plain Sponges 6d. each. Iced Sponges 61d. R. E. PETERS Merrylands Road (rear of Young's) Merrylands THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER, GASFITTER and DRAINER E.t. 20 Years Estimate* Free. AH Work Guaranteed Sanitary Work a Speciality Phone UW 9464 South Granville Parents and Ci'.iient Association will hold a . JUVENILE FANCY DRESS DANCE EUCHR^ PARTY SATURDAY, MARCH 30th, S p.m. Prills foi Best Poster. Boy and Girl. Best Dressed Boy 'and Girl. Most Comical Boy and Girl. Most Original. Two Tiny Tots. Dancing: Children 8 to 10, Adults 10 to 12 Admission: Children 3d, Adults 6d YENNORA TENNIS CLUB arc holding a big SOCIAL DANCE NIGHT at Springfield Hall SATURDAY, 6th APRIL Good Supper Heaps of Novelties Assured o...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

LOFTUS PA&K CHURCH OF CHBI8T. ... ?_ .. . C. E. at 10 a?»n.; Lord's Table at 11 a.w., Speaker, Mr. Thomas; Sun day School at 3 p.m.; Evening Ser vice at 7 p.m., Speaker, 'Mr. J.XJlydes dale.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

I Friday^ Saturday, Mar. 29-30 Ml 5 JOSEPH M. SCHENCK p,t,-n« % iCONSTf&^CJ - g /« DARRYL F. ZANUCK S o \ production § tw/A FRANCHOT TON!: ^ S CENTURY PICTIRI ? j V I Monday & Tue; £ I^^MlHffil r ™ rh^ne and only &fg*'/ 5 M.CoRtmjnhisovipPoy/ g ^^S of a N*w YoTih^am^/ar § ^'' who took a chancfr-wt £ anything— even a womonl S FOX FIIM FRESBNTSV X /fmerietf'i Frof ^fclor fi GEORGE M. § COHAN GAMBLING ?'* WYNNE GIBSON § DOROTHY BURGESS - 2 Oh«h- br »?-???? V. Ira 5 I « huoid I. rtANKitN rioeuciiOK g KAGIC PISH I FLOURED CARTOON | 3ox Movietone News f day April. 1-2 I Fhe Musical S ^evueof theiyearj Mr.Cinfe with '♦* | Clifford Mollisen | and \ § Zelmo O'Neal \ | lack and the ^f1 Beanstalk I C oloured Cartoon | Metrotone News a 8 5 5 I Wednesday, 3rd April I Ii Revue! Revue! Revue! I The Bright Spots Revue Company § vvith Syd Haynes and Bennie f aqd Srupsndous AH Star Vaudeville | Adults, 9d. Children 6d. I Thursday, 4th April | The Regent Dance Glaq MaHyijs Riuo...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 28 March 1935

rtt.it Anns One of the best -exhibitions of bil liards evei played in GuildSord was witnessed at tbe.KJuiWford Soldiers1 Memorial School of Arts, on Tuesday evening, 12th Hatch, by an audience of 60 persons The occasion was the haul of the Billiards Tournament be tween W, Nunn {200 behind), and B Tickner {HO on). Mr Nunn. in win ning, compiled bienks of 114,. 51, 34, pa, 33. His opponent, Mr. Tickner. was un lueky to strike Blr Nunn in such a merry' JnooS,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPLAINT AGAINST NOIST BIRDS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

COMPLAINS AGAINST NOISY BIRDS ! The R.S.P.C.A. forwarded to Holroyd Council a letter from Mrs. Joseph West, of Pitt-street, Merrylands, with regard to noisy parrots nearby. The Inspector , reported having invests gated the complaint, and found that the birds were well cared for, and .were, not noisy— the only bird making any . noise . was a mgpie. He considered -the matter a personal one between the neighbours. A reply to this effect will toe sent' to the society.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRUIDS AT CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

DRUIDS AT CBICKET Although beaten bj four wickets in a two Innings match on Sunday, against Rose of Rockdale Druids, the Merrylands Druids were by no means downhearted. The matdh was played at Cook's River, against a team that iwas second in the Ulawarra Druids district competition, and on the performances Merrylands did very well. Merrylands lost the toss to Rockdale, who sent the visitors in to bat. Merrylands corefl 92, while Rockdale re plied with 193. In the second innings Merrylands reached 145 before being dis missed, and the Rockdale team lost six wlcl.ets before, obtaining the necessary runs.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCREASED PENSIONS SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

. ; ? J ill;. . v . INCREASED PEN&fONS^ODGHT. Holroyd. Council considered a. .request 5f'-.-' by Newtown Council toToSSaper^tlon to ' J f . a reques that old-age and invfilid pensic*is ' hie restored' it- fl: a^wedc,. dwlng to the IB ..iiwroach of winter; .^Wepst of extra ' ^T^^atlek. ^MnSt 4ecldw jjpt -eo-operBte, . . as £he move' wus con^dered a political one. ' ' ' ?-'?' ? Aid. O. Taritplih strtfij^ly urged cooper ation from the tnufinrtartain point of view. -: [?]

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Well-fed Boy NOT AN EASY PUPIL TO TEACH Professor's Theory [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

' The Well-fed ?' Boy I NOT AN pASY PUPIL, TO TEACH Professor's ? Thiory A m-ell-fed1 .dchocl-clflld Is not an easy pupil to tearh, according; to ProP'Bsor J. A. Nixon, Professor; of Mfejiiqfne at Bristol University, says the London 'Dally Tele graph.' Address in ft a conferAia*' of the Central Council for Health Education at the Lon don School 'of Hygfc-iVe. Professor Nlxorn said: 'Attentiveness to' school tasks mav run parallel with a certain, degree of under-nutrition. ' '' , 'The well-fed school- -child is a thor oughly tiresome child, and you must not , exnPct such (children ft! bomi into school and form a ' very easy class* to handle. Their ideas of dlsciplp^f deteriorate as -? their physical condition Improves.' Sir George Newnnorj, »lPhW Medical lij ? Officer of the MJnlstiJ of (Health and Board of Education, -th« president of the ' conference, said tha-t:then» pisv&r -was a . time when the health of the nation de jjS pfended tnore upon education ofthe ii'.'- - peopl...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 4 April 1935

I I I | ? l^iWnM Nol| one' foSt'fri jfllj ! . 4^1 SEfi the wild bring this picture | .. In. addiuonr?ot«^^^^| | Saturday WALLA^^^^I 'TR:^I AND the MOST^^^^H Also AND . ~wedn|9^^| -?-, L. . Ipi mmU f ; wnii

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