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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

r., I^IL Flle* ' and Mo»iuitoe» with FLY-NO-MOR. 1/3 bottle »t Peter sons, Guildfbrd';

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

Famous Golden Wattle 4-ply Fin cring in 20 difTerent shades and marl -effects in . full loz. skeins. Noted for its wear and washing. Usual Price 7d skein. Now 6d skein. Why nola lay-bye?^-Caroy's, Merry lands. '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 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 — 31 January 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 — 31 January 1935

! 1 Friday * Saturday I Iffis g Not since .'Si..iliir ||^H 6 Through' such . ' ban- f:9^l S stabbing romance! ^obt ffl^H S W. Chambers' love sory §$!? £ is now your bigiest #^^J g screen thrill, gay «,h P&JB X melody! v^H I MARION ? 'H DAV1ES 1 I GARY ?. COOPER^ Upnk 1 ™£?) -IJ k^B toscrnM.scHt.NCK Y - il^: g (%/ KIYHOII U $j I /.CONSTANCE CUUMINGS ? ''« \1 /M § I COIUMSO . PAUL KElir ? «--OMOM I - *jg X ? SFElEY- GREGORY RAIOfF ? TEXAS l:-;:.;:;:Sr ft I JSfNAN ? EDDIE FOY. Jr. - FRANCES W g p^UMAN AND H,S BAND \ | Fox Movitone News | Travelogue | ' Qtimpses of Erin *' | Monday & Tuesday! February 4th & 5th | § Also— Bill Boyd & Wynne Gibson in | I ' Emergency Call ' § I ,.p^,. DJZZY DAY CARTOON I 3 J^Ba|-^m58^WHffl^BfflmTM 'S^^!^^^- lflBBa5iL I ^ma\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\Wmm\\Wma\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\aa\ ' V I pVcd .€? ThuiT Feb. 6-7 1| I Ed. o. Robinson ^Man with 2 Faces'' j I ''Fr^mjof the Seas' **' [| | Clifford mmka and Wendy Barrie |j I ?GM^t.WmLau* VeioB| ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS-GUILDFORD CHESS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

MERRYLANDS-GUILDFOKD . CHESS CLUB. ? The . chess season has commenced very auspiciously for the above cluUV^ In their first match they gained a* '** very fine victory over the Homebush Club, winning-by 15 games to 3. ,The result Js very encouraging and promises -jyell for the club's pros pects .w^ea vthey meet the C grade 'clubg this'-year. A'^confehuBhce of the form dis played ishjjuia \ see them in a good position :- :bn3\the competition finable ^hen ihe season closes. V- THe^tehjivaa played at~Homc-' bush.'pn^he^iBt. V Scores:— Pctt^tHomebuBh) 0 0 v. A. Mei :|faip^(MerrylariaB.;Guildford), 1 1; :3wJ^r.^ja.r#H^^dgden 1 0; Moore M#^fW^&Mij3'Ci.'-a; .Bourne 0 0 v. fe^?M^^?|Haney. and Wain SrasSSsliRfiis^*1 1 1; 'Klines illlllE; »:£- ,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

REG»IT NEWS. Operator 13 bungs a new combina tion to the screen in Marion Davies and Gary Coper. I This picture is one of the ever-popult Robert W. Cham ber's Secret Servfte series, which is regarded the fine'si\story written by him. It deals with the civil war in America. It is not a war picture, but a great drama of an all-powerful love that sprang up between two mortal enemies. Who is Operator 13? Come along and see for your self. Supporting feature on Friday and Saturday, 1st and 2nd February, 'Broadway Thru' a Keyhole,' with Constance Cummings and Russ Colombo. An amazing picture of music and dancing with a great love story between an innocent girl and a racketeer. Travelogue and Fox Movietone News. Monday and Tuesday, February 4th and 5th. The most stupendous spectacle ever born to rhythm, 'Flying Down t' jwu. i uu ]JJg juj ujt: wuuuf an they staged it in the clouds, featur ing four of the greatest actors and actresses — Dolores Del Rio, Gene Raymond, Ginger Rogers and Fred As...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

Cflrey's Monster Sole KNITTING WOOLS REDUCED 4-ply GOLDEN WATTLE, loz. skeins, famous for its washing and wear. In all Plain Colours and J .eathers. Usual 7d. skein . . . . SALE 6d. skein 3-plj SUPER. LINCOLN MILLS, 1 oz. skeins, in White and all the Leading Shades. Usual 9d. SALE 7£d. skein 2-ply SUPER. LINCOLN MILLS, loz. skeins. Usual 9d ? SALE 7£d. skein SILVERTHREAD (Silk and Wool), in White, Pink, Sky, Lemon, Nil, Saxe. Usual 7d. skein. SALE 6d. skein loz. BALLS. Usual lOjd ? SALE 9d. skein LACONIA BLANKETS These famous Blankets are guaranteed for 12 years. SINGLE BED, 25/- pair. DOUBLE BED .... 37/6 pair Bordered Damask BREAKFAST CLOTHS, 36 x 36. Fast. SALE 1/14 each Pure White CALICO, 36in. No dressing. Usual 9Jd. SALE 7£d. yd., 7/3 doz. Fine Soft MADAPOLAM, 36in., for Lingerie, etc. Usual 1/3 ? . . ? SALE 10 Jd. yd. White Imitation MARCELLA QUILTS. A Real Marcella Weave, with all-over square designs. Double Bed. Usual 16/11 .-.;? . . . . . . ? SALE 12/6 each CAREYS FAMOUS U...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

. Maramc Belts, all colours, at E. H. Line and Co.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

- /?^m^^fm & °°- Is J^lrs and Mercers, Guildford / 4O This Week's Sjw^^p piiped Flannel Trousers worth 1 0/6, Selling for 6/ 1 ALL THE LATEST S11«l»is AND CHECKS IN SHIRTS. MEN'S WORK SHIRTS .. ? .. .... .. .'. .. from 2/6 each GOLF SHIRTS, Guaranteed Fadeless , ? ? from 4/11 WHITE SPORTS SHIRTS . ? . ? . . from 3/6 COAT SHIRTS, Guaranteed Fadeless ? from 5/11 Large Assortment Popular BROADWAY TIES for ? 1/11 ? ALL CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED I ONCE AGAIN A FRESH SUPPLY OF TRACED LINEN WjEAR A PRICE FOR QUICK SALE. .' ^ ? Ladies' U.B. APRONS, Traced ? . . ? . . 6 DUCHESS SETS (Pure Linen) ? ;. . fr, A D'OYLEYS, SANDWICH D'OYLEYS, RUNNERS. All Faecinatir- | (J at LOW PRICES. ,' Baby PILLOW SLIPS, Traced ? / . . . . I ? Children's U.B. TRACED APRONS ? , . . h Beautiful TABLECLOTHS of Art. Silk and Linen Finish, i Colourec . Substantially Reduced. Assorted sizes ? '. ? from,' /? | Large Linen TEA TOWELS, prettily bordered ? \ . . - 1 / J J We can still find room in the Lay Bye for you...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 31 January 1935

OLD GUILDFORD. A letter was received from the De- partment of Road Transport stating that the proprietor of the bus service asked for a variation of the service to include Daniel, Walter and Hew- lett Streets. The overseer reported that the roads are suitable. It was decided to leave the matter till the next Council meeting. In the mean- time Council will inspect. Ald. McFarlane said that every facility should be given the people for travelling. Mr. W. S. Swift asked the Gran 'ille Council to apply to the Dept. of Public Works for the extension of the storm water channel from Guild ford Road to Rhodes Avenue, Guild ford, which was granted. The old age pensioners' meeting will have the free use. of the Town Hall, Granville, again for six months. Referring to the loan of £18,000 by the Government for the swim ming baths at Granville, Alderman Stantoii said they had 20 yeai-s to pay the money in. Alderman Epps wanted the baths to be the best pos sible. Alderman Stanton moved that the o...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

BREVITIES. After spending five weeks in Auburn Hospital, Mrs. Windle, of B0 Cross Street, Guildford, is now con valescent. On January 29th, two cars collided at the Guiidford railway gates, which resulted in Mr. John Hart's car having a dented back mudguard and Mi-. John Harrison's car having a wheel cap knocked off. Mr. W. Appleby, driving a horse drawn vehicle, . collided with Mr. Kleenmeyer's car. Slight damage to supports of car hood resulted. Norman Haydon, of Morven Street, Old Guildford, is' a * patient in 'Auburn District Hospital. - The Cabramatta Cycle Club are asking -for a race track in Cabra Vale-Parit, On / 'Sunday, -February 10th, at Banks Hall, Merrylands, candidates will he selected to 'Contest the Gran vilie seat at the: State' elections, on behalf; o£ the Federal Labour -Party. Nominations' are' Mr. A. W. Ford, Aid. J. Brpphy, Mr. M. J.. O'Neill. Mr. -M. O'Reefe, of Rpsebery Rd., Guildford, , on January 26th, cele brated- jliis .75th birthday. Twenty five' ;guasjt...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

TRICOLOUR GARAGE AT STATION, GUILDFORD HEDLEY D. THOMAS Service, Repair* and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Petrol, Oils and Accessories Stocked. ? For the CHOICEST QUALITY FRUIT] in Season Visit REG. GREENTREE Guildford's Leading Fruiterer 331 GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD Children Served with the Utmoit Care and Attention ? Relief Orders Taken ? Doll Hospital Leave your Repairs at Mr. CORRIGAN, NEWSAGENT, MERRYLANDS. Mr. WILLIAMS, NEWSAGENT, GUILDFORD. Mr. CAMPBELL, NEWSAGENT, FAIRFIELD. Mr. THOMPSON, NEWSAGENT, CABRAMATTA. Mr. WYCH, NEWSAGENT, LIVER POOL. EXPERT IN ALL REPAIRS. J. S. BALDWIN ? THE ? tar i Produce PMaii. 457 MERRYLANDS-R4. MERRYLANDS. RIO-RITA Merrylands Road MERRYLANDS AGENTS FOR SARGENTS PIES, CAKES and PASTRY We Get Two Deliveries Daily BREAD! BREAD! BREAD \ BUT ONLY ONE Coleman's ' BREAD For Quality there is no equal RING UW 8586 and our cart will call WE DELIVER Cart* daily to. all parts of Putrid 'tfesaririe, the famous wearing cot ton cloth, in all the leading colour...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

Double Green Coupons Given on all eorsets at fc) ex fit- Cine &» Co. Drapers and Mercers, Guildf ord I Which Figure Type are You ? See Our Window Display ! Children's HAIRCORD FROCKS and BLOOMERS, fast colours, ONLY 2/1 li Children^ WASHING HATS, usually 2/1 I ? NOW 2/3 ONE-PIECE CREPE PYJAMAS for Children l/II each DULL SILK BLOOMERS, White, Sky, Lemon, Pink. Usually 3/11. SELLING AT 2/11 Wonderful range of TRACED LINEN WEAR on the Bargain Table. Special— MEN'S COAT SHIRTS ? 3/9 MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS ? 4£d. each or 3 for 1/ Reversible Rubber RAINCOATS ? from 10/ Children's SCHOOL BLAZERS . . ? from 5/11 Dainty CURTAIN NETS ? 9£d. yd. MOSQUITO NET. 90in. 1/14 yd., 120in ? 1/6 yd. Also— Ready-made LOOP NETS ? from 9/11 Week end Special- Plain Figured Morocain, all shades \/3l yd ALL CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED GREEN COUPONS LAY BYES 'Phone: UW 8509. J. L GARDEN Licensed Plumber, Gasfitter and Sanitary Engineer 149 Woodville Rd., Maryland* Eatimatea Given Free. All Clowe* of Repnir«. A...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YENNORA. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 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 — 7 February 1935

t m o MPgyrs CHOICEST QUALITY GROCERIES ? .. ? WW Efj^ MCB& ? Best POTATpiES . . .... 12 lbs. 1/ Choice PINK SALMON .. 9d. ige. tin LICORICE ALLSORTS .... 6£d. Ib. BOILED LOLLIES ? 5£d. lb. PLUM JAM '..'. ? 6£d. tin SKIM COND. MILK . . . . 2 tbu ll*d. Christmas Cakes 31b. ARNOTTS, r* / JOYCES, J\/m MISS BISHOPS V ONLY A U&HTEP NIJtaBR/ ^PmnflHBIA ?? . .$*d. lb. ??& ? . , ? ? WEEK-ENLVSPgGii^^ '' '?* ^ ~ T§j$f^£' \ . ^j MERINO ''A-lit'-l Monster Pkts. «2' | ^Tin Asparagus Ci»ts -flllKJ ;,t,.c!*w mm [?] 174 Merrjrlands Road MERRYLANDS 122l»pi|^o»d^f^p:RYLANP§ ff

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUY YOUR BLANKETS NOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

BUY YOUR;--BLkNKET«^dE^ There is eyery^jndication'of -tyja^' kets being deareiifluring the , ? winfcSrg Careys are offMij^the1 famous^ coma Blankets; at?jBppcial;;prices $u£; ing their 'sale. :--i::S::^S;.. -;';-' j;-.: -^'rl These. blaiikefe'-cai^ty-iia'Vi^^-yeatt^ guarantee aha ,%e:;^eUuigi-iSijigle bed 25A pair,;;threeiljuar(b&;i)^-32/6; pair, double -. tied $7jS '? pa'iri Zrit ' ';&-? Why riot inake ??:?»' lay -^eptfow ?.;««# have your blahkeisK.pajdgE0jvSy ;jt.h£ wintor. We accept liU.'if^^rders;^

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

WHERE QUALITY COUNTS ! For High-Class MERCERY of Distinction see McDONALDS before selecting your next , Shirt, Another new range just opened. Latest stripes, checks and overchecks. SHIRTS from 3/11 PYJAMAS from 4/11 BROADWAY TIES 1/1 1 A good line of Small Boys' SERGE TROUSERS from 2/6 GIRLS' SCHOOL TUNICS in HAIRCORD, SOLARINE, TOBRALCO and SERGE AT CITY PRICES. McDonalds CITY PRICE MERCERS ; Next Newsagent ? GUILDFORD. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garage 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. Sweetnam, Prop', (late Cooper) Service Work executed promptly AU Accessories stocked at City Prices High Pressure Greasing WYNALL CYCLE AGENT Phone UW 9112 Mrs. M. MOCKLER 27S GUILDFORD ROAD Try Us for FRIED FISH AND CHIPS Also Fresh Fish Daily M MAY 188 GUILDFORD ROAD (near Woodville Road) GROCERIES, FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY LAUNDRY DONE AT SHORTEST NOTICE Phone :: UW 8306

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

LIVERPOOL.. An accident occurred on the Liver Pool Road when a bicycle ridden by Fred - Pprterj of Polding St., Bossley Park, «aihe out of a side street and smashed into a car. The accident occurred at 4 p.m. on Sunday after noon. The lad was taken by the Liverpool ambulance to St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn, suffering from abrasions and probable fracture of the* skull. He is in a critical condi tion. At Suicide Bend, at the cemetery, c:i Saturday night, February 2nd, a 5ady, driving a car, got too- near the em'bankment; the car completely turned over, hit the pole and knocked it about 3ft. along the ground; break ing one of the wires. The only com plete part left appeared to be the spare wheel and number plate. Mr. D. Jordan, Harris St., Fair lield, is at Liverpool Hospital. Mrs. Riley, Hamphill Avenue, Mt. Piitchard, is in Royal Women's Hos pital at Paddington. Mrs. Humphreys-, of Moorbank, is in St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn. Little Phyllis Gardner, of Bigge St., Liverpool, is rec...

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