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Earnings of Films SOME HOLLYWOOD FIGURES Janet Gaynor Heads List [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
Earnings of Films I SOME HOLLYWOOD FIGURES , Janet Gaj-nor Heads List I Of all tlie world's film stars, dashing | or glamorous or funuy. Janet (Jaynor Is tJie biggest moneyjiusker, according to a Hollywood accounting, writes Mr. Camp bell Dixon In the London ''Dally Tele graph.' Seven of her pictures have each earned more than £200,000. In five of tJiem — 'Seventh Heaven ' Is the best remember ed' — che was teamed wtih Charles Parrell. 1 HollywDod'ft explanation Is that Mlstf | Gaynor more than anybody cbs gives the 1 public what it wants. Next comes Harold Lloyd, with five I films 'that earned more than £200,000. Charlie Chaplin, the late Rudolph Val- j entino, and Warner Baxter — though 'Mr. I Baxter -wa£ not the only star lii his successes — made three £200,000 pictures, and Edmund Lowe has- appeared In four. | In only two oi theon, however, ne ? starred, and In each case he bad as part. _ ner Victor McLagl^p . ' Other stars with two pictures tliai have earned £200,000 or more fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
' BRADLEY'S '' ?- 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, £3J15/s Weekly payment 3/9. Overcoats in the Latest Style from 2/6 per week. MERCERY SPECIALS Fleecy-lined Singlets and Underpants, - 2/6. All-Wool Men's and and O.S. Flannels, ' full size, 3/6. Pyjamas, British Flannelette, 3/11. ? 1 — - — ? ? ? ? Men's Silk and Lislfe Half-Hose, good patterns, 1/- Pair. All-Wool 'Indiana' Men's Hose, 1/- Pair. YOUR SUIT CLEANED AND PRESSED | for 3/6, at — I J BRADLEY'S j TENNIS PLAYERS ' Bentley's Special 15/- Reduced to 10/6 RACKETS ON EASY TERMS ' MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE 132 MERRYLANDS ROAD, (near Station), MERRYLANDS W. A- FAWBERT, Proprietor (late of Alan Kippax) * ' ' Hear the King's Jubilee in' Your Own Home, Direct from London: 'The Ma8tcr,'vCombi ned Short Wave and ?'broadcast Radia, TWENTY-FIV...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
i ; Itiji&fcations at Shop adjoining Theatre, or fttt.ljiealrej 'phone UW977B. ..Ii ';? .\ ' No Extra Charge for Booting.,'^;/ ' . ? ^[lliflS SATURDAY ONLY ^S^Y 4t»j. iyv ; .j?-*^ '.' , Evening at 8 o clock.— —-*nd ? - 1 Bl--v --^^B^c^MM^SimiirHnwiii ' ? f ^ WH^^^oTy; l-OWtPY jfrr. . ;^ ' Together with this Second Big Attraction ? & V W. c. FIELDS and BABY LeROY, in | t ' I TS A GIFT' £' .' ? IT'S A RIOT OP LAOGHTEft -!!!.' I ' oth EWsode cf 'THE VANISHING SHADOW' in addition to ths above k „ ? ? ,. Features at MATINEE ONLY. f Next MONDAY &VuESDAY, MAY 6 & 7 - ? (Evenings at: 6. ;o'clock^and at -Special Holiday Matinee on MONDAY, I' j '. V' '; 1 KING-'S ^njpHEE, at 2 p.m. /.' J ... $WO . GIGANTIC HOLIDAY a'ttRACTIONS that You'll Thoroughly Enjoy '??jK-ssl-am, - ^-JH was murdered . . . IBWH ^ followed ; . crime in the goy : estcity on earth... j then Charlie Chan */*+ V J ^ af°x f'au,(w|n| fl|l. l^V Pro*K»rifar ' IB^V JOHN StONI ;rHHIHPMI.' ' . OlracH4...
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
'iERRYLANpS|Ji ' PERSONAL Mr. Baldwin, of Merry lands ,Weet, hbs been laid up lor a vceK owing to a strain. - * 'iSx. and Mrs. W. Gwynne, of Merry lands-road, have just returned from a . week's holiday at Armidale. where they . Eftaved with Mr. Ovynne's etster, Mrs. WaNcer. They also attended the wedding of their nelce. oBrnTARY Mis. W. Whitney . The death occurred on Ansae Day, In ? Sydney Hospital, of Mrr-. Nora M. Whit ney, -5f Ruth-street, Meriylando Wcyt. The deceased vsas popular in liie district, and a keen tennis player. She was 41 years old, and leaves a- .son-owing hus band and family of four children (tlie eldcut 16 years), Mavis. Errol, Doris and Neville. She had been ailing for a lew months, and was adm^lcd to hospital a few weeks before her death. The dca^h was unexpected and her many friends rc- . cel%red a shock viheji it war, reported Tlie remains 'were burled in the Cath olic cemetery, Kookwocd, 011 Saturday last. Mr. 'Whitney is the film transport ofllc e® for the...
DAWN SERVICE GUILDFORD R.S. & S. CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
PAWN_SERVICE. I ^UI^PFPRP R-6- & S. CLUB In the eerie daiwn, 4.30 ajn., with two mlnutc£'' 63ti5c6; 'at' -the stone lnJ'front of t£i^rQulU(fonl $61dfers' Memorial H^ll, ast 'lliilTSdiiy, the 'dttssehs paid' their tri bute to Vioee gallant men who made the word '? ?' - 'tyhlchltefi a story that can never die,' cald Rev. O. G. Dcaot, who feave the &d- drfts. 'Save us f^om. torgeLfulness; ehoi^dpay ilymtage to the message which comes 't^CtP the' foreign graves bf thoise who fdyL'\he declared.' ''Anzac Is a strik ing word that' cut£ like a sword, a, wat- ery that would have shaken, any - warrior on the «»lirof Troy,' Rev. Mr, Dent con cluded. with the 'words ot Toe H: 'Tliey &hall not ppw o3d,J- etc. R*y» J. Ppole, ot St. Mary's Church of Engiand, conducted the scrvlce and offer ed prayer. The bTQln 'Lead Kindly Light' was sung, and a Scripture reading from 1 King's,, chapter 8, verses 54-C2. He theii prbriouiiced ' the dedication of pur pose. The recessional hym...
BATTEN—FLEMING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
BATTEN— FLEMING ' j ..A very pretty werdtng took place^jm ' 27, ot the Roman eatholtt: CSfflope-street,' Guildford, betj^naon i Phyllis liwalng, v' ford; ami Mr.'ftruilwii 54tten; fyfpjtjisis rtreet, Udcpmbf. ' The ceremony i n&Sgr formed''by Rev. FaJthfer IbnUgtaiir'' ?'r . The brldje carrlefl 'a bouqW.t' oT'fi^ltunui flowers, -and Ttas dressed in' a ^hlte tKUl dress and veil : - ' ?'' vr*, Miss Joyce Fleming, tije hide's: «tste^ acted as bridesmaid, and wore pdnlc silk, with' wh)te ^ hit.. '' ? Mr. M3chaerr?«'itoff acted as best inW- - The bride's' mother. Mrs'. ^ejpfa&Jinu dressed in blaek satin, and tafe' txyh grodoi'S Jjarents,' Mf: iandi were' present; the la titer's Irown' bnnr'of black rrepe 4s chertfe Both families *ar« old residents. Atjout 22 guests were received and rnU'tlaiiied after tile' 'eereniony,' at the residence of the brltlK's tnother. ' ' . A'fifo-Utr ?y/eoSSntr cake'was made hv Mr. Pullerton, &f ^lulUtfOnl-rodd, QUlld ford-.' '''? ' ™ '...
WARNING TO SHOPKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
WARNING TO SHOPKEEPERS. A itobii about 30, dressed In a tawn suit felt-hat and pink 'shirt, who rested that he wa£ a fall employee, ^nd wanted to taftf Wi mother . to ^- a slrjf child In hlspltal, %ove' a lalse address and' at tfinptrt to t^v 'a Wt, carpenter's tools and jtoit,' vitsUmlsed Mr.' Campbell, of MenyMnds-roM. jjy obtaining two sweat era, vil^W it '18711 ttn0 1576. op ApHl 29. Thg pollw are lgpktoj; for the man.
Silver Wedding GUILDFORD COUPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
Silver Wedding j GUILDFORD COUPLE 1 A very pleasant surprise was tendered to MrV aftrtoSrE. J. BUst, drove-;4iwl, GulldtorC'-oii Saturday,- April 27, the r.x^slbii'bellw their sflver wedding, fce twe«n*90 *finf '4tl IjuestA fessegjbled; many i cf Oieul'bPWt ISteHfe 'KMo'liWattendea ttie weddlhg,7 lnclildlng the two brldes ' maldsr ™ 5 ' ' ' During the evening Mrs. Rust, senior, ? preaenv&fl tab -happy couple wttn' a luceiv deM»dtieS wsddlnt*-,ake/also 'au£llver and - chmalETii ®sh; ' Mrs. Rust al£o mode the flr^ HteatBhg'fcakfi: ' ? ' Onffill ofthe f rlenria . Tvtrr,. Wilson pi«-.^nt^t(l)r. and Mrs. 'Hiist with a nlcfe crsrt$:Kiji£ ' '' Thc^-ievetung was anent in gsmee ana mnsttC-' 'MtiSr su^ier the happy gathering disposed:
COMPLEXIONS. CORRECT TREATMENT NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
COMPLEXIONS. COItRF.CT TREATRfE^ NEEDED ' la Ihe countiy one's Skill quickly shrivels aod wilnk}as. :uid it tans quickly, too. iwhldi is' not necessary if the right creaip ts used.. At higiit (advises 'Made- Ion,' the expert of 'The Austra- ' han Journal') one should wash well in waim water (not hot) and costilc soap, then rinse in very cold until the f4dn Ls clillled. This closes the pores and pre vends blackheads. Then massage into . the .skin .a good almond oil dream. 'Fox ,sWn that needs paaing, use a it 2)«.'lilb:B!idp Jcmon; afig p'cSpiddt ^reaiii. i, ; v tt '-Cdntalf^ ? fetjier. '? ; '.daily; -a^i'a .jwwtlfer'will VaStp the' ti'An '? 1 frftsli und young .loojilng. I Girls and women unable to choose or Jind out nlyoiU corrccl lip-stick, powder o«4 rouge might welcome the ? following guides. But do not imagine ihat putting ;. rougle on -wlll improve your ccSaplexlon. Rouge 'suSs very few. Pate blonde, with blue eyes and white skin. — White powder, petal-phik rouge, rose' lipsti...
Household Hints [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
Household Hints I Doors, or ai)y. woodwork which Is likely to get finger ' marked* slvxild be rubbed well with 'a llttlg paraflin. 'Leave' for 'a few minutes before, polishing. It will h«lp tremendously to avoid unsightly marks. Curtains with frilly fciea dings, should haye a'^ciie slipped through the fold. Now cupain along it and iron . This'lttlps «ie jJeadlhg wwu m-erect.; . - A wire .mffitr^s® eplijg into store .ehould. be nwb^ Ill-efalW ijlfh' vaseline, ''and pajidM^ffl. wilh riewi^japer, to' Jde«)' it ' lirmn rusting. r Waned . 'Qwibly Tidtli olive oil, .which should be '? lcfli to soak. Then scrub Mm spots wll wlth a wire pan scn)bbsr. djppfd In powd- , enjd batjibrlck. ' ^ ' f' pis friend shiTigged his should^* de SR^Wflj^. ? .vj suppose you want Ihe wrong w(iy; ? ®jy- - ?yoai'l f^' -unwoirtJir That halt rtlfltmvlalSs'to ywrk.' ' An^'^^Tialw'A V ?BBteBfciaailSEMSSi^keu,
Holroyd Diggers [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
Holroyd Diggers j I Tlie meeting adjourned fropt the 17th was held in Silverswne's Hall cn April 24. i Yhsve were letters from headquarters of the RS. and SXLA., which £ha.ved that the branch was being folly rccognised. i There was also a letter f^cqi Aldermzut Taaiplin, and it was 'decided to send ^the \ answer by special mrasenger on' Thuis day 'morning, so ar- to ca~ich Jhbp before he went to die procession. I The honoravy secretary, Mr. Prank Sllveretone, and two other delegates were instructed to appear before the Granville branch and put their case before them. Xt' was decided to close tiie meeting t early, so that any who mi£bed could take part' in the Dawn Sen-ice, whicli they did, and about 35 from both leagues, M*-r*vlands and Holro^'d, took part in tbe service. * SUNDAY MEMORIAL SERVICE The service -was a huge success. Long before 3 o'clock, at the old post oflice. Diggers, Scouts, Red Cross and the Ladles' Auxiliary were proceeding to tlie fall-in post. Punctually at 3 o...
Grit Succeeds. YOUTHS FIND GOLD Footed it to Fortune [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
Grit S,\ifceed8. XftVTft? Fjap . 11 to ^or^u^ip In view of the references in Parlia ment recently, to tlie Teunants Creek Boldflelds, the following li. ihteresthig. Hardship. cciipleS1 with grit and j-er- severancj. is contained ih'the stoi-y of two ^ueepsland lads H'ho went ti 0111 Ml. Isa to TennsipVfi C'^'gbldflelds. North em Territory, where Uiey ultlnintely stiticlt rich gold ahd a cohiforuble for tune. Thfy are George Richards and Glen Ja™£4. age^ 21 a_nd 24 respectively. They arrived In Brisbane and' told of their adventures to the 'Cooler-Mail.' Tliey nwe prepared for a rough Irlp wlien lliey set out, but were fortunate to .vrrjjve a lift op a motor truck for the 1 20 miles to Camobweai? But'to Alrov Dowiis. 230 miles further on. they had 'foot it.' 'Waterless plains and mirages danced constantly before our eyes,' said Richards. 'We wouid seem to be walking Into a huge sea. then suddenly It would fade away.' They were ^bout 'all in' when Uiey reached Alroy. arid stayed there...
VIGORO GRANVILLE & D.V. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
, y 1GORO I GRANVILLE A D.V. ASSOCIATION. Sam Lands' Challenge Gup — Wallaroo 20, HDlroyd-20, Werriwa 20. Robins 12. Silver Star 12, Ke#pie* United 4. Saturday's lUsufris Holroyd, 53 anaT iO (total '9*3) defeated Robim, A8 and 22 80) % 18 runs. Wallaroo, 46 aud 68 (total 114) defeautf Silver Star, 34 and 12 ttoial 40) by -M runs. Futures and Umpires The dra^ and umpires' Iror Saturday, May T4, ore as follows:— Silver Star v ijoiroyd (McCail and Gordoli ) ; Werrlwa v Wallaroo \ Hancock and Reus); Robins a forfeit. \Vinter Competition Af^lica Uons for the winter 'cotnpetition B'iU be rece(ved oy the secretary, TL com er, \QfS Pltt^st,, West Granville, uj- to the closing date, June 1. The congxH-iUon camn^ences- fourteen days later. Clubs take notice.— The rtext associa tion ineeUt^ will bs held on Wednesday. May 8, at 8 pm. Aii club delegates miust attend. Comments on Results Robins may have turned the table last Saturday if they had fielded a full team. With nine players' 'they ran '...
The "Local Paper" WHAT SERVICE DOES IT BINDER? Its Claim on the District [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
The 'Local Paper' V'll^T SERVICE DOES IT RENDER ? lis Claim on the District Whai claim lias 'the local paper' upop tlie community ? This important que?. t ion is answered In the accompanying article by' ttoh. E. C. Sqmmerlad, MJj.C., managing director of tlie Couhtrj' Preys' Co-operative C3o. ol Australia Ltd,, and a past-presidest ot the N-S.W.' County}' Press Assbc^alon— tlian whom lio one is in a' belter* position to deal with the subject. Tilt? local paper, often irreverently styled 'the local rag,' has- a place to fill in the domestic economy of eVe^j' community. It is a district institution which is part and parcel of Die very !jii'e of every cchtre. On the commercial side it is the med ium whereby tixe dealer and 'the shop keeper crj' tlieir -wares to the public, end the manufacturer seeks to establish the supremacy of his product over all coni | petftors. it Is the chaniief through vhic^. tlie lost may be recovered, and the found restored to 1U rightful owner? It tqake- poss...
U.A.P. DANCE Guildford Success [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935
y.AJ?: DANCE GiilWUonL Sbccws I On .evening last Guildford Soldleifi* MgmoniU schopl ot Arts was the scene ot '^j'trocK : and 'happy -pecf-le, the occaekn bbiog- the April dance' 'df Gldldfora^^Vnd Voufig'ei- Bit' V.A.P. DaAdng -wss' dbnttnuods ittim B . to znld nignt a'Rtif lmtnuteitKily tieHyeen dances. DellghtfiiJ itiUffc was ejipplied,. by Ben ? For After'su^r-tnfe nftSld«nt, MT. W- T. Swift, ann0tInc«a'.'me''Jrit6ilng eleetkm meetings in'th^ 'ltitcrast of Dr. C. G. Flettc, MXuA-, tte selecwd XT.AJP, candi date fo^'CMnvinE eTfeafBrate. Op, Thius day, -May 2,' tte'¥remler, 'toe Baa. B.'S. ?B. Tofen' tfall, 'at '» . p.m'. llTte^y'. iitty,7; Brig.-Gentittl'IiJoyd wlB WtjulWsffidSoldte^'lMiarprtal . School of Arts, »t 8 'pjn. . . . 'Darling, that 'caia; was wohderrull,' , «n-ttrk«sl. NwW?- ' ? '? 'Jfes: 1 1»ught it myself, dear,' she clalmed jproudlyr ' Mrs. Blank, next-door, ' . ' : usually selects one foriqe, ^ sjjo I couldn't ep^ .^iogi^pg wlth nte, anrt l got H all by I