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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS SOCCER TEAM [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

MERRYLANDS SOCCER TEAM The following team will represent Merrylans Soccer Club on Saturday next i — P. Diamond, J. Gill, C. Peel, J. Dallas, S. Barrett, S. Shepherd, P. Taylor, J. Smith, T. Wakeham, C. Yewdall. Both the under 15 and 10 teams are in need of two or three more players.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS. SIMULTANEOUS EXHIBITION by G. H. HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

CHESS. SIMULTANEOUS EXHIBITION .. . by G, fi, BASTINGS Last Monday fourteen members of the Meriylands-Gulldford club tried their ' skill in simultaneous play against Mr. Hastings, and if any of them thought ' that they were going to have an easy. * thing on, they had a very rude awaken ing. Play commenced at 7.15 p.m., and the rapidity with which Mr. Hastings moved round the boards gave the play ers little time to think out their moves . and at 8.35 p.m. It was all over. Mr. Hastings won 13 games and lost one. Mr. F. D:em, of Guildford, was the only ^winner and played a splendid game, not making a single mistake. Later on In the season Mr. Hastings will give a lecture at the club-room on Chess openings, which will be of great value to the mpmbfrs. Next Monday, 15th two members, Messrs Morris and Ogden, will play the rest of the club sim ultaneously. and it will be interesting to see how those two players fare and some good fun Is anticipated.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOLISH BOARDS? GUILDFORD U.A.P. DISCUSSION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

| ABOLISH BOARDS ? I ^ GUILDFORD U.A-. DISCUSSION ' , On Tuesday evening, 2nd instant, at Cannings' Hall, OuJldford, the Guildford branch of the U.A.I1. held ilieir April meeting. Eirpty srau were few and 'many matters brought before the meeting iwerc freely discussed. A motion by the Baiilkliam Hills branch for conference, asked lor support re the abolition of boards, esjieclaily the Milk ' Board. The president (Mr. W. T. Swift), soc retnry (Mr. A. LeJlle Howe) aJid. Mr. Moore S))okc against the support, while Mr. R. Og&n and Mr. Kimplon spoke in ' support . * As Mr. Moore had much dealings with ! various boards, especially the Egg'Bokrd, he explained that In mcsl cases these Government boards iwere of great pro tection to the ecnttimer as well as the producer, who wholly and solely inade Ills living by th»- product, not a* a sld«; line. Continuing hp said, 'that only for. .these boards, espwlally the Eg? Board, we would be paying high prices for interstate pro duce, ex col...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Jacobs' B Grade Com[?]pition (Completed) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

V1GORO GRANVILLE & D1ST. ASSOCIATION Jacobs' B Grade Comcpltion (Completed} P. W. L. P. Ptfi. Holroyd ? 9 8 1 1 36 WaUaroo ? 9 6 3 1 28 ? Werriwa ? 9 5 4 1 24 Robins ? 9' 4 5 1 20 K^wple United ? 5 2 3 0 8 Sliver Star ? 9 0 9 1 4 Sam land's Challenge Cop Wa!&roo~W; Robins 12, Silver Star 8. KewjSiexJnlted 4. Saturday's Besults Holroyd (C5 and 40, total 111) defeated Werriwa (55 and 52, itotal 107) by 4 runs. .Robins (Istlunings 49) defeated Silver Star -15 aaid 14, total 29) by on Innings and 20 runs. Wallaroo a fnrfet. Draw and Umpires, April 13 Draw and umpires lor Saturday, April ]3, in the last round of the Challenge Cup are as follow Holroyd v Wallarro, Hugh's and R*»s; Werriwa v Robins, ? Hancock and Gordon; SiVv^r Star a for feit. Holroyd, the raoet improved tewn In the competition, have won Uie 'Jacob's' B Grade Cup by 8 points and ore premiers for the summer competition 1935... Easier Saflurday-— Owing to xetfie'te frccn clubs, the association has cancelled ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

I GUILDFORD NCWS AGENCY News LIBRARY — JOIN. THE LIBRARY. Where the Good Books are. ' For ; THREEPENCE you «re able to read the BEST of BOOKS, books ' may be CHAitOED as OFTEN as bE-SIRED. 'The LIBRARY Is ALWAYS ' OPEN. SEW BOOKS toe being added frequently. All Books are Hygienic- ; ally Treated before being added. KNITTING BOOKS — The Latest Patterns are on hand. Farcels continually arriving. ALARM CLOCKS — R will soon be time for Alarm Clocks. Good Variety on hand. GUItbfrORD NEWSAGENCY. ; FQk SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD fe. StofeEtNAM, iprotrlslor (late Cooper) ' SERVICE WORK EX ECUTEb PROMPTLY. ALL -ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY .PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE OREASINQ. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. sMllk PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONfe: UW9112 | -LADIES' ^HAIRDRESSING SALON I j 3 Cross Street, Guildford. j ? WET BET ? l/~ HAIR TRIM ? 1/- ? ; DRY SET ? 2/- CHILDREN'S TRIM .. . . 6d . : 'Perrii&h'eht Oil Wave : 1 10 /C EDGp^E. IffiTHOD GUARANTEED « TO 9 MONTHS. ! J I*/ ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

eftM1-BBLL*S MERCERY mQ SHOE STOR? (dFPOSTTE l&RRYLANDS HOTEL) PREPARE For the HOLIDAY? SPORTS SHIRTS, Good Quality, . . ,3/11, 4/6, 4 '11, Pure f CREAM SPORTS TROUSERS ? ? 8/6 to 3: GENT'S 2 -PIECE TIltiRNPROOF SUITS. ? ? . GENTS 3-PIECE SUITS, In fancy (Navy, Plain Navy, or Grey BOYS' RANGER teNICBERS ? 2/11, BIG REDUCTIONS In all Band Shoes for this Weeh. : In Our TAILORING t-EPAfeTMENT, We fit you well, and S=i riiht. Bolts from £3/15/0. ! ! ! ? DELUXE ? ? ! ! PRIVATE CAR tiiRE SERVICF luxurious Hubsbk sedans available. WEDDINGS, THEATRE -PARTIES AND TOURS, AMD ALL CLESSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. ' j. ME ALIA, Pr. H MERRYLANfiS GAR AG I OPP. PICTURE bWoW. MERRYLANDS. K; ' (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) H: WE SPECIALISE IN HIG H -FRES SURE GREASING. R ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPT IT WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. RING VWB801, . ji ? Mclharan's, J GUILD!=ORD Double . Green Coup^^H |H T H UHSD AT, FRIDAY Al^fS| S'ATURD A Y. M. J. LAMBERT 244 WOODViLK...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES Actress Sisters Together for First Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

FILM FLASHES - Actress Sisters. Together for Flnst Time. I In ??'nje'WWie Parade' coming to the. Merrylands Ciniana on Saturday, Mon day and Tuesday, Kwetta Young plays tiie feminine lead opposite Jctm Boles, and Iter Hsllcr' Folly Ann plays an Im portant supportlng ixie. It. is tha first lime the tmro elilers liave fecen caa1' in the aam« ^Picture. The cast includes Dorothy, Wilson, Murtfl. jtirttlftnrt, AfiU'ld Allwyn, Joyce CCttnpton, Frank. Cffliroy, . Jane Oarwell. Sara,; Hadco, Pranjc M6i ? ton and Walter - jonnson. | Smack Bringglen to Junes Ctigney. In 'The SL Louis Kid' to he screened at Merrylands Cinema': 'this Saturday,- - Monday end- Tuesday. J&nmy Cagncy 1s a hard-boiled,' hnHlIng truck driver. .He tries to sUvOffum Pamela EUte, who has the leading' lamMlne 'irde,' . when i£he, . bawls hku outjfor smashing her Jxr. She / smacte Jlomy ^jftEqunaang snack «m the jaw. And Jlmme ilka -It so veil Hftat-'be falls desperately in lovt -Rdtil the fflrf. BV loves her to j...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

ivTe RRY L A N D S I 1 PERSONAL %Ues Otofte. Stopletao, of Cherteey street, has -returned home after an oper ation at BtnthflHd toe appendicitis. Parson's radio Dechnlclaa, Is now about^ after spending &lx weeks in Parra mhtlA District HoepltaL We are pleased that he Vs mskkng rapid progrea. ' , Marie MiushaJl, of Merryiandk, who wss'tiie winner of the slngirtg com petition conducted by 2KY, appeared In a song and dance at the Empire Theatre, Sydney, last 6aturday. CHILDREN'S CX5NCERT T?ie Rawson Hall Church of England ' Suadfey school held a chlidren's concert last Saturday night. The hall was full of children and parents, Mr. E. C. Sohi«r is the superintendent of the school. The children were assisted by the orchestra of the Guildford Methodist Church, under the leadership of Mr. Taylor. The concert was highly successful, and thoroughly enjoyed by all present-. OFF TO CAMP The 3rd/4th Battalion and band, Morry landfc, are off to Green Hills. Liverpool, for six days. This y...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"FREEZA" BANNED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

'FREEZA' BANNED ! The banning of that -nntMnnl flrh^r.!.' ] 'For He's a Jolly Good Fellow.' bv a ! Vic^oiddn Mayor, owing to Its b?iiJ« incor- i rectly rendered, is a reminder that lhn I real National Anthem was actually banned in England iti ihe J8th centurj-. When 'God 'Savfe the King' twas first sung in 1814 It was a Jacobite hymn for the ip tuni of tae Royal j«muy irvm inwr exue et St. Gerinains, Sand the words were treasonable to George 1. and the Hou^ of Hanover. One of the verses originally ran: — God save the King, I pray; God save the King! Send him victorious, Itappy 'and «torioais, Soon lo reign over us, God cave the King!

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

(THCSDAY) AND TO-MORROW fHU ©N1A' at 8 p.m^-'I AM A ' THIEF'; nod 'PABIS TOR THE SHAXE MNING,' ?, ? ^^^^^?^^.-Ohlr- f^h BaplaxIc Of the Thrilling 6eriW 'VANBS^HNO ^^^^Bpf^'MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. ^^Hpy, Monday and Tuesday, April 13, 15, 16 ^^^^^BljSVENINGS at 8 p.m. SATURDAY MaUnce at 2 pjm. ^^Hprj.MPS WITH LOVING HANDSI | ^^k|?£US WITH LAUGHING HEARTI f ®'ly ' ttudenl could give you ;. '. . j|Sr this revealing human story . . . this ^fc/w intimate tale that must touch your jm&SLJ heart — as it trings\ you laughter! fjy T Irving Cummings has a scul. An immortal story c( Student Nurses ? worm of Spirit — Brave cf Soul Behind whese chaste while uniforms In the msxft human drama which ever touched the most ^ c heart ! - ; Toga'Jher with Uiis Brilliant lAtccclate Feature: — Hpfi CAGNEV, 'with PATRICIA EE.LtS.and ALLEN JENKINS In— KTHE ST. LOUIS KID' jj^B^augfa . to* igh truck driver breaking hearts end speed records. The most jKfrlljfev roughneck rwho ever broke a woma...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEAN LUNCHEON LOAF [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

BEAN LUNCHEON' LOAF I One large tin baked bean?, 1 egg. 1 teblespdbn onions, 1 cup breadcrumbs, grilled bacon, salt and papper. Turn the bsans into a basin, add the beaten egg, finely chqppetl onion, salt, pepper and breadcrumbs. Mix well. Shape Intq a loaf; pock into a greased tin. Bake 40 minutes, in a moderate oven. Turn 'out and garnish with rolls of grilled bacon.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUGGESTION: WHAT'S ON (To the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

SUGGESTION, [?] [?] ahead, and, each .fevent / insertions . -0qace. and the treaders ^ vertlslng medium. , Yours, etc,;; - % , /ray ?-, '''Mr.' Tampllni Such notlcr v^ll ie ^ . ? two' lIuas\tPr,«uB&Jice^B^),- r_; - ./-.-v ?/ -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

REGENT NEWS Thjs JVfaJay -and Saturday will be pre sents a mn£, merry imetfley of Frisian pranks, in the Metro .picture, 'Paris In terlude/' Laughs and romance, gay Paris ?and & merry story of love aad laughter. Only a. grown-up can feel the.Jpy, the thrill, the heart-break of Jackie Cooper in 'Peck's Bad Boy,' supported by Thos. Meighan, Jackie . Bearle O. p. Heggls and Dorothy Petersen. They'll laugh a. little, cry a little, sigh deeply, and love. . much . Don't forget ( our free gift night this Saturday — six brautiful eiderdown quilts will be, given away. , [ Monday ajid Tuesday, 'Gentlemen are Born.' featuring Franchot Tone, Jean Mulr and t Ann, Dvorak. Just out ot 1 college and Just out of luck— to-day's youth at the crossroads of life, fighting Jfor the rJgbtto love. Supjx-rling -Bobby Howes, Marian Marsh and Margaret ?Bannermon in the English bormdy, 'Over the Garden Wall,' lilting wtift laughter and merry melodies . Comedy and News Reel. Wednesday, the Regent manage...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 11 April 1935

i__^ — — , — . — — .♦ £\ j vmr YOUR SUIT ;_.~ *m demands Expert tailoring BltADLE^ !' I The Tailor, Hatter, and Men's Outfitter j SPECIAL ~ j Higli-grade Silk Lined De-Luxe Suitor Busi j ne«jrMen, or that 'Snappy' latest -fcut for the | . Youttg Man — made from All-Wool Worsteds in the Fashionable Tonings of Blacks', ^Browns and Greys, or our Guaranteed Blues; in Serges or Herringbone, for »?' 84/ 8/6 Deposit, 4/3 Weekly DO NOT DELAY THESE SUITS ARE WORTH £5/5/ Remcrabcr our Tailoring is done In our own riorkreoms, on the premises, and ftt carries a personal guarantee of satisfaction to you. '«- OTHER PRICES EHOM 63/ -, 95/-, 105/- and 126/-. Leather Coats to Measure in the latert 'Nigg- er' shade, from £4/4, for, 4/3 WEEKLY ORDER EARLY FOR EASTER Vi'f Our Black and Grey Shaped Top Coat this year Is the best «^ve ever offered and the Price SILK LINED 63/- 3/3 TV EEKLY | We are now opening In Checks, Diagonals and . Chess Desljpig- PULLOVERS, , ZIP PS and COAT SWEATERS. Call in and s...

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