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CHEESE AND SPINNAGH BOLL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

- ' ? '-V-r.'j-i. -r^.: „ CHEESE AND SPINACH. BOLL ' 7 Four cups cooked .infi tioppea splnB.cg,-^ tflbleepo^i^i^g?S»uoe, ipaMeSSffi®; ? b*eei|pHarei*M®3$$. ^1-V» ' vhoi«iradl|K 's^^Jlia6

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES "WEST OF THE PECOS" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

FILM FLASHES *'WB3T OP.' THE PECOS' The exclltng, danger and toll of fording a,dv^Br by. a. covered -wa^on. tivJn , faitji fully, shewn In 4,West of the wntth;ita^rd f-ix.t« to.bs rtuswn.ot Me^ryl^hds 'Cinema, this SM^ird&y onay; afternoon and evening, wlih cary. GranV, Prances Hraloe and 'RI n-w7t J{tfa«tt. HoTton in 'Ladles should WMfWER BAXTER. I.TOVX3T Wan\er^to?ter,. Ji3ir, 'Hell, Ui.^he llmv . ens^- coxiUna ^i.ths Merrylands Cbi^.n.i r nca^Monday. ^niesday ind Wednesday btj.Ea«ter Mbn- .|e^rn^a. awattprlng ,f»f iPrsnch Rejf^^teciion. Jie play^ thero^Tof^at Ain^icarLfller. ecmp . rffiP-3^3^^htipdUc6S -.^spectacular Adagtot^sftpotobletor 'The -3av Divorcee,' ^^^^^^^tto^stiprdng .'Fjiad Astaire whl-h cccnen in Zfen^llu^te^Lniema j-ext Thursday and iH'JWfly mating o?i Anssac ?t^ifth^riiwli h llirordo Cor ? asd$3te in- 'The Fire btj^'' ;^?^y« gkte*.^nd: tirby boys appear in ^ie n^oi^ iaiid^aiergiWs, t»ecauR° of th^ bew^ t^^t,4nddaiiriiig a!jWty. to. r^ressnit om girl oub ^v...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loftus Park. Some Knots to be Tied [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

Loftus Piark. Some Knobs to be Tied' During, the year it Is expected that Uire«_R^jUhcs. jvill be. «lttncat«l_at the ' chiireh cl CfirlsK The first is to tako place 'on April 27; at 7 p.m., when Mr. Clydesdale, minister, will iniltp In matri mony McGrfeoor. of Canity Vale, and Mr. TrembeH; of St. John's Pai k. Bbj$ at. Cricket Mr. tyhatan, of McArthur-street, took a teom of boys to. Campbflilown last Saturday, to. play hls -old edeket club of 25 y«us ago. -A grade, Camden dlstTlrt rc-nip' Lilian). The twyfi were victorious by tiwo runs. i

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY SERVICES, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

THE CHURCHES GUILDFORD METIIODIST ClfURCIL J SUNDAY SERVICES: APRIL 21. / 11 a.m. — Mr. C. Pcarce. » J 2/45 p.m. — Sunday School. | 7.15 pjn. — Mr. Linton. ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

TENNIS PLAYERS Bentley's Special 15/- Reduced to 10/6 RACKETS ON EASY TEEMS: MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE 132 MERRYLANDS BOAD. (near Station), MERRYLANDS W. A.' FAWBERT, Proprietor (late of Alan fClppax) — ' i FOR BETTER RACKETS SEE OUR RANGE of HIGH- CLASS RACKETS at' the 9EST ^ PRICES. WE HAVE NOW the LATEST SPEEDSTER SPRING HIT RACKETS, REVOLUTIONARY and 20 Per Cent. FASTER. Call In end inspect these, and also the SUPER MODEL, IMPERIAL. WE have Just Installed tlie VERY LATEST STRINGING DEVICE, and Can GUARANTEE you the HIGHEST TENSION STRINGING. TRY our APEX SPECIAL HARDCOURT RESTRINGS at PRICES TO SUIT ALL, TENNIS BAIXS, all Leading Brands, 16/- per Dozen. SIMPSON'S RADIO & SPORTS STORE MERRYLANDS ROAD, NEXT TO CINEMA. RIO RITA V7 MERRYLANDS AGENT for-: ' SARGENT'S HOT X BUNS. FRUIT CAKE ? 6Jd per lb. QUALITY in a RADIO is ESSENTIAL: QUALITY IN AN *' 1 4f§§Sjgjj}jiaHEa AEROLA BBMM radio and yet — 'Uircc ouUUuidmg lfcidkx* arc eblainoblc from the Low Figure of Iff I - l-'rom 2...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

. tjM SPECIALS Tf H. LINE & Co. THE GUILDFORD D;fci&rt#S AND MERGERS * r '? ? : ? : ? ? ? j/ MEN'S WEAR. . y-j CARDIGANS and, l'UMOVJEES. Plain and Fancy Desieus, Y 1 ; ^ ? Best Quality only — ^^-dCUtiVF.RS ut Line's Own Low Price or ? . ? 13, 11 ?^CARDIGANS : Plain, '15/11; Fi»cy, 17,6. , BLAZERS, Plain and Striped, Hea\ j Wool Gabardine ? CI/1- f:,rh 1MUTI51I SlIiK POPLIN SHORT SHIRTS' ? ? C II WHITE SPORT AND TENNIS SI1HMS ? ' ? II , .STRIPED and CHECK COAT SHIRTS Reduced from 4/6 to ? ; n ?i BOYS' OVERALLS. for Holiday wear. Line's Own Prlfce .. ? ? S/!l ? *i cream STORTS TROUSERS, Gabardlre, Diner Belt, only .. ir-. 1! l':iii { : LIEN'S TWEED CAPS and BOYS' TWEED HATS, This Week'? Specially— , r . 2/11. each. J;,:',* - SPORTS FLANNEL TROUSERvS, 10,'G Reduced to ? 1,S fV:*; 1 TENNIS SOX, 1 3 Pain SOX, Plain and Fancy . . . . 1 -i I'alr FOR THE HOLIDAYS, A FOR T H E LADIES. ,v^ Sl-K THF TRACED LIKENS an THE BARGAIN TABLE. DL'CHESS SETS, fr'im from' ? lljd Each [?T...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

i. . c=r Bk Tone and May ? ' ' * yfe ^a«MSyaind Helen Mack In ^ ^ M 'THE VANISHING . .% MANAGING . DIRECTOR: A. J.' BilSBSSANT. , EASTER SATURDAY. ONLY: ' AT JUL 20. I, . W. '.' EVENING at 8 p ™ MATINEE at 2 pjn. jTHlpiiaNG ROMANCE IN;A LAND WHERE THE GUN IS THE ONLY i li 1 iADprnoNAii beatsjSe ? at^Lot^'- Isi^sIons: , ! if; '-CRAY 'GRANT will FRANCES BRAKE apd feDWAUD EYpbfir : . .?'?'?? HOB.TON, in .J-arf^»jint- ^ G^,iPpmpd7-K-unance — j . 'LADIES ^W'QllUlIp^^^STEN' ' j , In addition, at' MATINEE ONLY: 7th Episode ot the fexqfUng Serial, THE ! ? ?. .; . . ....... .,;,. ... . .-. vanishing .jSffADOWfrv. ^ ...... --,. ; ? I' ? J&fc I'lJES.j WE$-., fAfcftlU ;fevS3%!i24 | I : EVENINGS at 8 p.m., and at Holiday1 Jtaatineeon Ea&cr Monday, 2 pjn. j I j. 2 — , Gigantic jHqlid a}j Attraction? ~ Z . j I i. ! i'. J Warner '? Baxter j * . Heading a Stupendous Cast !-W Foxj 1 J' Film's sensational. Epic of tihe \airr h ffHELL IN 'THE' | ' HEAVENS', 1 Je?sie Matthews *»,v ? ' - ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAPTIST CHURCH GUILDFORD New School of Arts 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

BAPTIST CHURCH GUILDFORD New School of Arts 11 a.m. and 7. IS nm. Tb^ Services are bright and helpful Conie 'And 'hear the Old, Old, Story, a welcome &hd message' awaits you.

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 — 18 April 1935

MmJS? PAltK -;inJBGlI -J i CHRtSTi/ Jp^B ja«'4o' a.-m.' - / Cordis Table 11 ain.; speaker Ma Thwhas. . J Sunday School. 3 p.m. .Evening Servicc, 7 p.m.; speaker, Mr. Palgrave.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY Mr. James Nexbitt [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 18 April 1935

OBITUARY Mr. James Nesbitt All will regret the passing of James D.   Nesbitt, a well-known identity in sporting and social circles, on March 23, at   34 Station-street, Guildford. Bom at Bissbrooke Ireland in 1862, he wasthe   third son of John Davidson Nesbitt, of Belfast. Deceased took an active part in various cricket club and associations during the past 40 years, including, St. Elmo, Leich hard, Craya, Waverley, Centennial Park and Souther District Umpires' Associa tion. The remains were interred in Inde pendent portion of Rookwood cemetery, after a short service conducted by Rev. Mr. Turner. The cortege was headed by various lodges and sporting organisations until they passed through Guildford, when they lined both sides of the street allow ing the remains and mourners to pass, then followed to Rookwood to pay their last respects to their late brother and comrade. He will be greatly missed in all circles, especially by the children. He is...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lidcombe Man's Death WIFE'S TRAGIC DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

Lidcombe Man's Death WIFE'S TRAGIC DISCOVERY. John. Flello, 29, of Woodbum-road, Lidcombe. was fatally injured in a street brawl near Lidcombe railway sta tion on Saturday. It is alleged that he was struck on the head with a bottle. No one knew that 'Flello's Injuries were serious until his wife attempted to wake him In his bed on Sunday morn Ing, and found that he was dead. ncuw, wsky was a. mwnea man wilq three children, returned home late on Saturday night and complained to his 'wife that he had a severe headache. He took several headache powders and soon went to sleep. About 8.30 a.m. his wife noticed that he was lying still, shook him in an attempt to wake him, and then discovered that he was dead. A doctor refused to give a certificate ot death, and the body was taken to the Parramatta morgue. A post-mortem ex amination showed that Flello's skull had . j been fractured, and three ot his ribs broken. . Subsequently a man ' was charged at JLIdcombs police station with . man slau...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

I ODR BEPRESENTATIVE | 1 Mr. b. H. Dnmbriu, of St Cross- i | street, Gnlldford, Is the represent- I ! alive of 'The Broadcaster,' who | I wi.[ collect all advertUemente mod I news Items for the paper. . We ask | ? for ci--operaiion.«irf j»nsi#eraUfa I * In aBJstlnj htm In Ms' dnttea.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNEMPLOYMENT Proposed Interstate Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

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Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

GUILDFORD PERSONAL Mr. Fraser, of Salisbury-road, who frac tured his foot at work a few weeks ago, and iraa en Inmate of North Shore Hos plUl, was brought home by the ambulance test; Saturday. Mrs. Edwards, of Station-street a 21 jaare' resident, ls.awoy at her daughter's hone In Parkes. she is having indiffer ent health, and slowly improving. Mrs. Fred Kuwahata is an Inmate of ine Masonic Hospital at A-shneld; suflcr ' Ing from appendicitis, and was success fully operated on last Thursday. New residents, the Stoddart family in Bplton-street, are welcome additions to the community. The ptork has visited the home of Mr. sad Mrs. Will Clark, of Gurney-road, Old Oillldford. OBITUARY Mrs. Oopson, formerly a resident ot Fowlers'-road, Guildford, and who liad been, living at Croydon Park, passed away last -week, after a short Ulness. The Interment took place last Thuis day, In the Methodist portion of Rook VOO0 cemetery. Pour daughters remain to mourn their loss. RELIEF WORKERS SUBSCRIBE ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dogs Thrive on Mixed Food MEAT DIET ALONE NOT DESIRABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

Dogs Thrive on Mixed Food MEAT DIET ALONE NOT DESIRABLE Dogs are eaters, ot mixed .foods. The normal dog has an Instinctive love for meat, which is an Indication that he really requires U as part of his diet. A common, idea, quite erroneous, pre vails amongst many dog owners that dogs must be fed on meat alone. Others make ' . a vegetarian of their pet, giving ao meat. - Having hi mind that, dogs are mixed food paters, it Is essential that they should be fed oh both animal and veget able food, H & healthy dog is desired. . . Plenty of CauHw What constitutes animal' food? Meat, trtpe, liver (in moderation), bones, gravy, milk, eggs and cod. Uver. oil. Vegetable food is rice, pottttoes. Ijarley, maize, wbole meaL flour, and last but sot least, fresh veBstablw; .:-?:,?;«???;????-.:?.? ??.-.. . Fruit, such as orajige, can be supplied In drinking Vater. Sloppy food should nwer be given to the ijoult h«iltll-' animal to |the ordinary way, and not as . a rule to puppies. : -? ?:?.'...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

MURIEL ^5CTERf 5 WZNGELLOJiTRKErr, ' i '??? GDILDPpttD. ' i V'i fob' '-\ . . . * ^ ? -WREATHS AND: BOUQUETS/, ,-i . AT SHORTESTiNOTipis..,'1 l'r't, PHONE: UWOT47. - .??'-, ' « a Week'. 'iteirijk v .: Given to livery. Customer who Recom mends Another. ?;-??? ?- r !*&?} .1, ????-'? HAIL THE 1CART;' i'£j?,' V -?? ? ' REGISTERED VENDOR, GUOUDtmlb. ' S T A-N; - B \J-^3^f: ' ?' ^ 62 CROSS STREET, OOWOfojO). .* FUEL MEROHANT~'*ND OENERAi ? .C*BMiBt'.-S*^'.fv..... .. ????„???.. Also sand. Ashes, ^ HartwW' ThnW. : . Order at Greentn&s Prult shop, or ? ?' ? Bingujww*,'«^?r^ij-- ?'??-.,..?? : ? ? '.'??? ^?W.-^-J^'i*;'-' -^ ??';/'.' DO YOU BWOWl-A.OpOflPpOWfj.'i.- ??;..?::?;? ? FUI^LJ|^^^^^|^. i : ?-*R»ll-»IHftBO|^.T^Ji-KrtK ifflStil^' Outdoor Cases In ?iurroundlng'''MW^^^ !''?' t ' HARK, Xiffi BEl^ALD UWwJ&B^S^^k'-'-.-

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

Chas. Kirklandf TAILOR 285 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. I Suits to Measure ? ON EASY TERMS, from 7/'t-epatiti X371O/- 6 6 WeeMy Hundreds of Patterns to choose from, include ing the very Latest in Greys, Fawns, Browns and Blues. LEATHER and TWEED OVERCOATS, ; To Measure, or Ready made. . ^ * .r . Pay As You Wear Suits Cleaned and 'Hand Pressed' from 3/6i j All Kindt of ALTERATIONS done at MODERATE PRICe), , ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATfc GAft HIRE SERVICE '..?'? WJ»SitetS BTOibit SEDANS AVAILABLE. . ' WEttotttaS; THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, . ? AMD Mil CLASSES OF PRTVATE HIRE. ; Phone: UW9260 AT ANT HbUH. J. MEALIA, PropHetor. WTNYAlUDI , SStefcT ? GUILDFORD ? MERRYLANbg GARAGE j 6pp. pictdre show, mekrtlands. (; 5'. (J. WAYHAN; Proprietor) WE SPEciAUSE IN HICH-PEESSl'RE CREASING. . « all Mbink repairs and SERvicmrd. executed .promptly. ? WE GUARANTEE OtJR WORK. EING IIW980I. BY SERVICE WE GROW, THE BEST WAV WB KNOW. . : 'i ' Merrylatlds Motors (E. W. VIVIAN, Proprietor) - * -; ' MERR...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

JUST OPENED,: '?^O.iiP^^|fe|-R ' j FOR THE? LADIES: \ 1 SPLENDID SELECTION OF FOBS, 4/6 to 6/«.' ? CLEMENTS SILK HOSE ? .,- 1/9 BARONESS SILK BOSE ? . . 1/4 MILANESE! VESTS '.'.'. ? 1/1) MILANESE BLOOMERS :: .. .. 2/3 ? SERVICEABLE .HOUSE .FROCKS, 1/11 and 2/9. DRESSES ? from */« to 12/6 SPECIAL DRB3S SHOES, Ss to ?? ;;-; '?.;.. . .i8/i».-.i....\^w STRONG TOWELS '':t'i».'..'^-S ENGLISH TOWELS .. .V;.. . LAMES' SILK' JTIjffERS, 1/11 * SPECIAL itt LADIES' HANDBA Latest Designs, 2/-. , ENGLISH ROUGE, per box .... 3u GENT/S WEAR: GOLP SHIRTS ? 2/9 BROADWAY TIES, Good Winter STRONG WORK TROUSERS . . 5/S Colours, Sd. ' ? ' Also, LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF GROCERIES and PROVISIONS AT LOWEST COM PEnTTVE PRICES. NOTE ADDRESS— W. B. HOADLEY, Storekeeper, Comer Guildford and Merrylands Road»-^- OPPOSITE CROSSING GATES, WEST SIDE, .' - GUILDFORD. e- (Late of Eastwood, Drummoyne and Leichhardt.) ? : ?'[ Guildford Chamber of Commerce Announces Its Prize-Giving Competition. ':.; ': V IN WHICH THE S...

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