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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

i'. . ?:»^k-»^^-_^_'.J ? .I.,..,,.,......-....., ' --'!?'?? *.'V. ?'? .. ' 1 .!':_'. ' ' Frid|f & Sat, April 26 and 27 [?] THE MOST STUPENDOUS PROGRAMME THAT THE REGENT HAS EVER SHOWN 2 Super Pictures ON THE ONE NIGHT \ Fox News & Cartoon MATINEE - SATURDAY ^^ ^ - Op ?Vy i^t, -tnf 4k«tt /HlITHiHOKnil Monday Night, April 29 Once A*ga™ tlie Re8ent Leads with a Super Free Gift Night. 50 Separate §jj$s -: WmSiNG . .^1M-1ECE CHINATCAsETS f'. 24— CHINA CAKE DJSHE3 *?' 6— MEN'S SPECIAL GIFTS W 6— CHILDREN'S GIFTS 8-Beautiful Genoa VELVET CUSHIONS Write your name and address on a piece of paper at home, and hand ........... it to the Usher. No Increase in Prices: Children 6d, Adults 1/- and 1/3, ALSO A WONDERFUL PROGRAMME PAUL LUKAS and WYNNE GIBSON, in 'GIVE MY LOVE' ChestJGTMorris and Mae Clarke, in 'LETS TALK IT OVER; ''Metro. News Reel and Coloured Cartoon Aladdin Children '6£' FREE GIFTS AGAIN WEDNESDAY Adults 9d. JOB PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES . -^'NEAT AND CHEAP ' I...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Throwing Away £324 [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

Throwing Away £324 Mr. A. Q. Huli ?has written to the alo emnen of Holroyd with respect to tne Water Boartr'a disregard of the Interests of the ratepayers. The letter stated:— ''H wish to' rflrfeot your attention to the action of the Water Board In throwing *. away ±324 of the ratepayers' money, as liBBoMMt in .tii» 'AM. Herald' 474/35. Is there -pae member of the Board who. In his privatecapactty as a business man, would needlessly pay £324 more for a piece of machinery Ulan It Is worth, It appears to us io show flagrant disregard for the ratepayers' Interests. Tariff taxes-are Imposed by the Federal Parliament at rates which It doems sufficient. A preference is allowed m favor of British goods. But the Board took upon Itself to say that Parliament did not understand its business. It pro eeed'.-d to add to the burdens of the rcite payun; without tin; slightest justification. Lattfrly Parltement, oh the advice cf the Tariff Board, has has reduced many of its tariff taxes as evidence...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Futility of War. GOVERNOR'S VIEWS "International Slaughter." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

Futility of War. GOVERNOR'S VIEWS 'International SMug-bier.' The Governor (Sir Alexander Hore Ruthven). In unveiling tile Rose Bay and District Soldiers' Memorial, made refer ence to war and what lie termed its . 'utter futility.' 2Tie Governor said that, to Ihe relatives and friends present, he would remark that, 'although 'time, the great healer, might, to a, certain -extent, soften the Inevitable anguish'' they felt, no time would lessen, 't those ;jmb' survived the splendldnnen who ;'?'' gave ..Oielr 'lives .in the service of^ their ..Ot country, * . '.'?' All wtio realised the wanton destruction ''. ana abSblUte uselessness of -war— all who j fs realised' that war was b game In which I '?! elttti:slde would, come out as r Joser— ..?d^.j^.te-addeSi. need, any memorial to I ~ 'renitaatiliem'of Its utUr futilty. Those fr*¥^-!F' ^W*r I - would . probably . ask' v*Vji^]jjjJ9r^m.irili'eE'«f'tbB» nfho iell , had '-'/, 1-MDJ#me4 In vain. .? Was It a. war to S^^S^LOlfcjHjitfa they and t...

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

BlRiflDAY PARTY A very ehjfiyotiMi party was held on Saturday, ISth, at the tesidence of Mrs. Grqsvenor, Campbell HUl-road, Old Oulld fori The occasion was the birthday of Sadie the fourth, daughter. A large number of frfends attended and the tune wai oleoaantty paased In games, comrxj UUSns end aemclnfe'. Birs. S. Muffins sane a solo, Mr. Cook mm and recltedv Mrs. Ash.iu sxng Miss H. flewlsson rendered a 'cello solo also a song. All Items Ming well received and During the interval for refreshments the orchestra renderfefl popular musical selections. Dance music was supplied by Mr Wm. Orowenor -nlano), Mr. Vivian Richards (violin). Mt. Ken Ferguson (vio lin), Mr. Bob liafly -vtolln), and Mr. Alga ahly aslsiwl on the violin and piano.

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

REGISTEBEP POST New Regulations. Recently the .postal regulations govern ing inland registered post were amended to provide for payment ol compensation in all cases for loss oC, or damage to, con tents and total loss of registered articles where the minimum fee of threepr ace' was paid. The ucw conditions required that all registered second and third class *mfl.ll nx\A nnrrpls £lv)lllrl hp -syMlrp1v AMfori The Postal Department now states that the conditions relating in registered ana cash-on-dellvcry parcels have been varied to the extent that registered parcels on which only the minimum registration fee of threepence Is paid, and c.o.tt. parcels on which no registration fee In addition to that included In the prescribed com mission Is paid, may be posted, at the option of the sender, clUicr sealed or un r»aled. When posted unsealed, compen sation up 1o £2 shall be payable only In respect of the loss of the entire parcel. Fhe existing conditions requiring sealing -! all registered ...

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

'APPLIED COMMON SENSE' .AM. Mutch addressed Holroyd Council on Tuesday night as a candidate for the WaterB«rd He stated that he thought the Government had made a mistake m allocating toe boundaries. He baa pre viously been Sltalster for Education ui the Statt. «M Had somt 13ea. of urtiat re»ons8)!llty meant. As Minister for Local Government for 18 months he wca resjionslble for many declstona which »ire^ll8idft8rttf«---roccB«iort.Jnrttoy.-He. regarteiS^pfcllife at' 'artAlM coiiiinon Eene*'.' ifeeBoira was uftder the thumh of the Gomnaftnt; Wpct tent of ttie rPVrtniR' g*s -totb interest and slnkmg fund,-, he remarked.

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

^ ? -- ? --- ? ? : ? ? . .. ? ? ? ? ? ? MOTHERS' D A Y !! S00\ MOTHERS' DAT win be here. again, and those little GIFTS will haw fo bejitiUei; and wteft Qtfte have u, be posted, malls will liave' to be 7i ., *^^™'l- ** *«* ** »^«'-«e. If necessary, and also Lay-liy Goods' tfa the day arrives. ? ? We offer a few Sn&geitions, all the presents mentioned being carefully chosen and Reasohatfly Priced:— Mother's Day Cards, Dainty Clocks; Plaques, Work Baskets, Mottote, NMIy and Harlequin Ware; Brooches, Cameras, Books, Tennis Racquefc, Biflles, Hahflbags,, Book Marks, Torches, Good Notepaper, Comjtoftq, A.Ufetlfne Pen, A Reading Lamp, Lifetime Pencil. Last year HiMe «as a heavy demand on these goods. This year extra stocks have been provided, but the growing importance of this Day still cautions one (o shop early. . ? ? GUILDP6RD NEWS AGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP ? Guildford Garaqe 27 1-3 GUILDFORD ROAD ; *. StfEGTftAM, Proprietor (late Cooper) SERVICE . WttBK EX ECtlTED PROMPTL...

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

R. E^ PETERS MERRYLANDS ROAD . : .; (Rear or Young's), -' ' '' JDHUlYfcANDS. ?' THE OBIGINAI, LICENSED PLUMBER OASFITTER arid DEAINER Established 20 Years. ? Estimates Free. ATI Work Guaranteed. Sanitary Work a Speciality. ? ':raeii»E~: tw9464. J. S. BALDWIN, , _ — THE ? Grocer and Produce MfeVchaht, 457 Merfylaiids Road, . Mfrrylands. ?PHONE: UW8S77. Oraert CSfea ,1 of and Delivered. ; I f HOMPS0N' S ' ?: :FW*:.\ KBEMif-tiSfeNFLODR .... eld Pkt. I .-J.:- ?'?:,?? -?-?.-?..''? ' ? I i WHITE iftfiPfts FUHIR, 6d A IlSd pW ;. ? ^ist^jfipiri^*1... .. sjd pkt. ! -rVfaf OljiBEN HOTNEY .. 53d IK WESTie'S-; «ie»OA; «W anft 1«!* Tin .iB^jroMAlrO;: SAUCE .... Sid bot. fLVU JAIW- ? .. 61d Tin FLAKED OATS ? 2 lbs. 4 id X.tf.C. MEAL ? 81d MU. CAPTAIN C. BEEF .. .. ... eld Tin MEAWOWLEA ? lOld ft. NEW SEASON'S DATES .. Sid ,1b. New Stoned Dates .-. . . . ? ? :!^^td f-: . Luncheon Sardines ,.j. . . ? .5j'Wmi}$4., .; Latge Tins Salmon ....... ? ^^|Rfi Large 'Ally' Salhioh . ..... . ^It^^ri Srnall 'A...

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

Morocaln Collars at E. H. Line ana Co., Guildford, only 2/6 each. r— ? — ? : ? 1 | NOTICE TO READERS | I Readers who do not receive their | I copies ot 'The Broadcaster' regu- | I larly each week, are requested to | | notify this office or Its represent- | I affVe as early as possible, as we] I wish to make certain of a complete | | distribution. /

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS HOW TO LEARN THE GAME [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

P?^^Bs:, ?.. ???. ' -.-?'?? :£ ?;»fjgJ^r '. ' fy-t -? . ? .\ .?;?.?' HOW TO'I*ARN THE OAME ? ? . -Br;HtJOH%AVtioi, S?iirflelu.j , .-. Tenn^-lE fey np-ineans an.easyrgame to kem. . The beginner may be dlsap-' ' pointed .in his progress because he does ' not become proficlcnit quickly enough. Tennis players are the product of hard work; very few arc bom geniuses at the game. Bvery player who hopes to attain a high degree of efficiency should have a clearly defined method of -fcveloptnent ana nanere vo it. lie enouia be certain that it te based en sound priclples. and. once assured of that, foliov it, even though his progress seems 'slow and discouraging. To those who wish to got on there la no better advice to jgtve them than to always try tbelr hardest; and take every ~ shot seriously. Concentrate always, think of what you are doing, try to understand your oppon . cnt. If coaching is available have it by all means, an£, as early in- life as pos sible. It will rave tune sad put you on...

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

MERRYLA^^ PERSONAL ??' Mrs Baldwin,, of Merrylands West,. Is suffering from a 'very severe chill, and is at present confined to her bed. . Mr. and Mrs. Churchill spent the Easter holidays with Mrs. Churchill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer, St. Ann's-street,' Merrylands. Mrs. Finn and her daughter Pat spent the Easter holidays at MUlgoa. Mrs. W. O. McLcod, Smythe-street, had as her miests durlne Easter holidays her brother and three children, from Bega district. Mrs. Percy Dcane, Sheffield-street, is home from Prince Henry Hospital, much improved hi health, her many friends will be glad to learn. Mrs. C. Papworlh and baby daughter are on a. visit from Brisbane, spending. it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stapleton, Chertsey-street. Mr. Heane, of strathfleld, gave an in teresting' address to members of the Merrylands Men's League In the Presby- , terian Church, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Macintyre, of Chcrtsey-strcet. has staying Trith her sister (and nephew), Mrs. Elder, from LJsnor...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [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
CRICKET RECORD [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
FILM FLASHES New Name Shines in "Green Gables" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

FILM FLASHES New Name Shines in ?'Green Gables' A new favorite and a new name comes to the screen in 'Anne of Green Gables.' Anne Shu-ley is the heroine In the Mm,' ' played by Anne Shirley, fonmerly known as Dawn O'Day. 'Anne cf Green Gables' (as millions of traders will recall) Is the story of an orphan girl -who is adopted by a middle-aged farm couple, who ex pected a boy. This big attraction will be screened at the Merrylands Cinema this Ings, and tit the matinee on Saturday. Film Experience Turns Actress Air Mlnded. Ann Dvorak is an 'up In Uie air', ihanks to her mojian picture career. She' made Innumerable airplane flights with Lyle Tatoot and' Gordon Westcott tor the mining o! the First National thriller, 'Murder in the Clouds,' which screens at Merrylands Cinema this Saturday/ Monday and Tuesday, and at matinee on Saturday. .. ' ' 'Student Tour'— Mirth and Melody. Sparkling with mirth and bubbling with melody, 'Student Tour' comes next Wednesday, Thursday end Friday even ing...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKE WINDOW AND GAVE HIMSELF UP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 25 April 1935

broke wiNnrrw and gave HIMSELF UP After, jiurling a stone through a window of the eomrtbnwealth Bank, in ChxirclT street, rirtiomb*,- st 2J0 a.m. on Tuesdav, a mVan MHeMlg the street until he met a pbBctman anid gave hlniself into custody. He said he had no home.

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

PREMIER AT GRASTvTtLK. On Monday evening next Mr. L. O. Martin, Minister for Justice, will open the campaign' for Dr. Fleck, M.L.A., at Fairfleld School oT Arts. On Tuesday, May 2, th-! Hon. B. S. B. Stevens, Premier, w'H address .an election meeting at Granvllle Town Hall in the Interest of Dr. Fleck, the TJ.A.P. fcandi date.

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

f~ BRADLEY^S ^ B TAILORS & OUTFITTERS, _ -: MERRYLANDS & LIVERPOOL, \ TAILORING SPECIALS: Gentlemen, — Your Suit Faithfully Tailored in our own ; 'workroom. We Guarantee Ma terial and Workman ship, or money re fund. Silk-lined Suit De Luxe, £3/15/ Weekly payment 3/9. Overcoats in the Latest Style from 2/6 per week. specials Fleecy-lined : Singlets and Underpants, ?2y|f ?* ;.. All- Wool c Mien's and and O.S.V,Klannels, full si|e, 3/6.. ? ; ; Pyjamas] ^British . / ; Flannelette, 3/H..- - ?.??:? Men's Silk fend Lisle Half-H^sfe, good patterns, ? . .lA/^air; ' AH-Wooi ^Indiana' . Men's Hose, ? l/-JPair. I YOUR SUIT CLEANED AND PRESSED for 3/6, at— ' BRHD LEY'S v TENNIS PLAYERS Bentley's Special 15/- Reduced toll 0/6 BACKETS ON EAST TERMS ? j': ' MERRYLANDS SPORTS STOJRE 132 MERBYLANDS ROAD, (near Station) , MEBRTtANDS W. A. PAWBEET, Proprietor elate of Alan Ktppax) SIMPSON'S SPORTS DESPOT, MERRYLANDS ROAD, NEXT TO CINEMK. For the BEST SELECTION or TENNIS RACKETS In the S...

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

'''--''.w^^V' ' '? . ? ' ' ?'?''.' ? ' : ^^^^; ' ' * ' ' ''' * ? * ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . *IGHT ,-*RiDAY) at' 8 o'clock— Last Night of HUSD A8TAIRE and . GINGER ROGERS u the de luxe Musical Comedy Bomance— **T H E G AY D I VORCEE ' .' Kicardo Cortes' and Verne Teas late in ?'THE: FIHEBmD'; and 8th Chapter of 'THE VAMBHINO SHADOW.' ^S .' -I MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. P? * ' 'Reservations at Shop ndjolnlng TneaTc, or at Theatre, 'phone UWB778. WW No Exl»' Charge for Booting. This Sat., Mon. & Tues., April 27, 29, 30, 8 p.m. (?Puii Procrammc ntoo screening at Matinee on Saturday at (2 p.m.) MOT SINCE ?'LITTLE WOMEN' a Picture cf such EXQUISITE CHARM 1! ', Perhaps jievur asain nil] the screen give Ihc world a character so perfect In ? ' conception and portrayal as Anne She won your heart In the book — you urtJl love licr even more in the film version. 'Uf i3^y%. 1^ T^'^^BHJf D ^^ 1^. w^B^Ry-'1*'?! -fe^ -f ?' I '?:???? ?'????- ?».-/-:;: &f£|ai^B^^^^^^^^^^^Lj^£&amp...

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