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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 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 — 2 May 1935

MR§fyk I^PCKLER , ' ' ' SIS GUILDFORD ROAD ' ' * ; TRY US - FOR FRIED {FISH AND CHITS ALSO fl^ESH FISH DAILY. ' ? - ! Mr*MAY, i88^TOU}RORS^pAD . (n^.lyo^i'ljje' jjwidi 1 GROCERIES,' tRUrr aND CONFECTIONEgt. ;T , LAtJNDRYr-^doneiat;Bhort£t^tice Agent for GeoiB* .Austen Seeds Pbfi^c D^BJgS Misseft^aiidE, TJ(]u$$l DS£SS»AK£B% SATISFACTION -3UAIIANTEED 25? MERRYLANDS Kol&D.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday Services, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

THE CHURCHES I AtlLDFOSD METHODIST CHURCH. j Sunday Senices. May 5. I -.11 a.m., Rev. \v. R. Poole. ? 2.45 p.m., Sunday School. j .7.15 pan.. Mr. E. Scott. j

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

UNITED AUSTRALIA PARTY. | , GRANVILLE ELECTORATE . VQTE 1 FLECK, C. C. ItriHa. IL W. UMd . M.L.A. WILL ADDRESS A MEETING in tlie SCHOOL Of ARTS, GUILDFORD, on TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1935 At 8 p.m. in support of ' Aid. DR. C. C. FLECK, M. L. A., Selected and Endorsed U.A.P. Candidate, who will also speak. ! ' ? ? ? ? ! ? . s VOTE AND WORK FOR ? ^ 3 DR. C. C. FLECK, M. L. A. FOR THE ' Choicest Quality Friiit 'in SEASON VISIT ? REG. GREENTREE ? GlilLDFORD'S LEADING FRUITERER i 331 GUILDFORD RD., GUILDFOREI. - , Children 6crvpd wUh the Utmust Care j I aiid Attention. 3 Relief Ordf rs. Taken. ,? J S.C.lf. COUPONS GIVEN | . , .Bread! Bread! Bre$d! V.-:4' lc -p^ILv' ONE ' i , ~ COLEMAN'S : . BhEAlt ' ,? For QUALITY there Is NO EQUAL ' RING UW85B8. AND OUR CART WILL CALL. WE. DELIVER. j ' CARTS DAILY to all parts of District. H ADDONS } The Quality Butcher j / , GUILDFOED. 'Phone T\y8S96. . ORDERS DELIVERED. ' S * PHONE: DW8509. . , . ?& J. L. GARDEN j ?? LICENSED PLUMBtR, GASFlTtEB 1 &...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD ANZAC SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

GUILDFORD .ANZAC SERVICE Rev. J. Poole conducted .ihe kneenorlal service at St. Mary s IChunch ?'Bff .&nglapdt which Was^acked, last Sjmday.&t jU a,m. - Officers .and members sub-ibrancti RSS.1.LA-, r-l3iiilqppm|Md- lers' Chib,'rBoy S20ift5 ^d^a^ipiibUc . joined tfceichiirch choh-.^^lhe^atiahal : Anthem and hiyimis'sultab^i^i^^ , . slou, Th6, president, Mr.;iG. ^ilhumxllL.' read the .SccptuTfi from ;R«v,^-£raB£s - 1-8; the rector -lhen giving.aiJ»rfiOTifOTt'V the Emplre'iand peace. ;? ' f. * The anthem, - ^'What yfe rendered by tiie ^dholiy f oUowed,: ahd:«mphasi^^JLove^tR)d«^?r' ^ as wdl as ; t?apve to --ipata^^.®pEwc1 ng jbt v Gallipoll, /Rev-»,ppole atot*^ Wthlng Sn ' the doings M:YRehycaiw^a^ wM^r- ^ '? lng.' -He-J^l the^n^itu^^i|aie R5fiXLA.;;5Sd ^olnt^^iQ^^^deUs - « wei^ those' ot the' - Loid^isus^Chdst^ War was JuUle, «nd peacejm^%3eabq of Anzac. The^ world mi^|»fiQod.^lie taflk of - ihe.- chuibh . . application ^ . iruac.religl6l8ra^nwet ^tb all the -officers...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBBERY AT McEWAN'S [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

ROBBERY AT McEWAPTS Thieves broke into McEwan's grocery store, in Gulldford-road, early on Sun day morning last, between 12 a.m. and daylight, and removed quantities of to bacco, groceries, patent medicines and other goods, also £1/16 in cash. The loss is estimated at over £50. The back door^ had marks of interference, but a jemmy had bom used on the front door, the old lock removed and a similar nickel one substituted. A bag of peanuts had been tipped out, possibly to obtain the-bagi i No finger-prints have been discovered; -I the operator seems .to have. been eome- i what of a professional. It trk& disoov- ] crcd i'hat a car wns used. ' This is net the first ttme that attempts luivc been made to break into' the store. Mr. Brlndle, the greengrocer next door, : first discovered that sctnethtng was wrong I and notlfied iMr. Gough, 'the manager, I nnd police and detectives 'jwcre ebon on i the scene, making Investigations.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

?ipPS^/ ; E 14 I % PROGRESSIVE ? j ^PpPr ? '? ? V - ' {(? I^IIXL^ %\ Will ; A. NO MERCERS T - SVGGEST^S , FQR MQTHER. I A 3j£A.YSER pud PBESTIGE HOSIEEY, tmm ? ? ? 4/lj i SILK & WOOL or CASpyffiRlj: HpSE, ironj ? ',. ..... j -n INSCRIBED HANDKERCHIEFS ? ? '. ? 6d Each KAYSER'S Latest FABRIC GLOVES ? 2/lll Pali ; '. STABLE CLOTHS, from ? ? ' 2/„.'Ea-?1) ; TEA TOWELS, from ..' ? .. . . ' 51„ ^ DRESS LENGTHS of beautiful All Wcol TWEED, only .. 3/11 Yard ! KNIT SLIPPERS for MOTHER Solas and Pattern ? ? 2 - 1' Ask the Staff ot LINE & CO. for Suggestions for MOTl^ER'g n A Y Soys' ^a^^stjdyped Size 22 to H (inpr kg) 2/ 1 1 Sjze 2§ tQ 31 (iiisir jeg) 3/6 NQT FOH^Ef^NG FATHER MOTS FLANNELS, frcjn i ? 3/11 Earh - ?» Extra Strong FLEECY LUtED WORK TROUSERS ? 7/11 Pali / COAT SHIRTS, 4/6 ? REDUCED TO 3;li £. ALL CARDIGANS and PULLOVERS De Luxe, from'.. .. 13 11 OUNLOP PJEftDRIAtf RgyBBSIBLE RAINCOATS ? ? 17, C MgN'S WARM FLANNELETTJ? PYJAMAS. SPECIAL VALUE .. 4/1) Pali BLANKETS...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Regent News [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

Regent News Friday and Saturday. 3rd and 4tli. — This Saturday night the management are giving away 27 free gifts, cadi a useful present: a beautiful lounge chair, . two satin quilts, and 24 other presents. 4Uso, there will be an excellent pro gramme — 'Lottery Love,' with Lew Ayres, 'Pat' Patecson and Peggy Fears. You will tap your toes to the tingling tunes In this merry picture. Lee Tracy, Gloria Stuart, soger Fryer ana unsiow ? Stevens in 'Til Tell the World,' a rol licking and thrilling romantic melo drama In which a young American stops a revolution and saves a princess —for himself. Monday and Tuesday, 6th and 7th — Hewn from the granite heart of a raw _f rentier, 'West of the Pecos,' £ane Grey's red-blooded romance, with Rich ard Dlx and Martha Sleeper. The sec ond feature, 'The' Love Captive,* with Nils Aether, Gloria Stuart, Paul Kelly and Allan Dunhart. His hypnotic power made men and women do his will. Sec the , amazing story on the screen . Also, comedy and newsreel . M...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

. BAPTIST CHURCH j CUILBI^BD { 1 New School of Arts 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. These: Services are bright and helpful. Come and hear the Old, Old, Story, a welcome* arid message awaits you. ; SPRINGFIELD (WSPa lBilUi . ? '/ BROUOHTON ST., GUILDFORD ^ 2,15, Sunday School. ?:} ^ i ; Sunday, 7.15/ - ? j .' { » A^ipj&otatBJ - j' ??-!$$

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 2 May 1935

CarlfcjJn ' Nursing Home «. - bolton st., guildford' Indoor and Outdoor Casts Attend! d ? , PHONE UWS775 ' » ?; f{VESE MAItlO.V, A.T.N'.A. r\ MOTHER'S DAY _ SPECIALS Bqxes and Tins of Chocolates and Toffees » in White and Silver, from 1 /6 each. Cakes Iced and Decor ated in White. Try our Milk Chocolate ! Mixture, I /- lb. E. P. CORK 342 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

JOB PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ^ / . NEAT AND CHEAP / PROMPT DELIVERY From a Visiting Card to a Newspaper. SPEND YOUR MONEY LOCALLY, AND IT WILL Z1'' EVENTUALLY COME BACK TO YOU I? 'THE BROADCASTER'' -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

4 Fri. & Sat, May 10 & 11 s o* y ^ Dreaming only of E&9rfll|| a woman who waits below — to tmbroco or to weep I HSyH| WARNER H BAXTER 4 Fm Arfm villi CONCHITA HPH^S MONTENEGRO 1PM MISSELIHARDIE Emm HERBERT HUNDIN KoBH ANDY DEVINE M||i| WILUAM STEUING RALPH MORGAN &jgg||i Another Super Programme tts)' KjKjSR^B^r I AMft CZMNERj 1 SATURDAY AFTERNOON: MONSTER MATINEE— Free sweets to all Children MONDAY & TUESDAY, MAY 13 & 14: The Finest Story ever Screened ' MATINEE MONDAY in as 'Anne** ufion thc'-^^^|iyS^^^ JB^P * n fllnl I^Muliui fcy t» »v T| |i^^^^9HVHHi!^^9i@9P^i^f' & A ^fes®Piciur« y ;''; ; -/ THUF^pAT : NIGHT : . ?.. Our iMal DANCE' %,. '''?' ? ' ' ?? '?;? '. '. ? . # ';?? ?;' Admission . '?;? .. ;-: ?«.: ? :? ? One Shilling

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVENING GIRLS' SCHOOL New Term at Auburn [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

EVENING GIRLS' SCHOOL - New Term at Aubont Evening clasccs for girls and women will be held at Domestic Sclsnne School Auburn (near Auburn Town Hall), on Mondays, -Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7.25 pin*' to 9.25. The second term be ,:.glns on Tuebttay, May SI, at 7 pjn. There ~ J is no age limit. Married women are wel come. Students under 21 years are grant ed free rail passes; and those over 21 years or married receive half fare con cession rates. The fee is sixpence per week (payable each Monday) and this amount covers .all subjects chosen. Fees are re funded at the end.of the year tto all whose attendance lias been satisfactory. Unem ployed students are free. 'Subjects taught -are Dressmaki ng, dressoutttng. inillinery, play reading, physical culture, hygiene, English, wood 1 work, ' dramatic art. literature, business .principles, vbook-keeping, art' designing, pati^ iicket writing, plant drawing, cook . try* embroidery (special), English and aiithmctifc -for .self-improvement, co...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION B Grade — Delwood II 6/45 d. Halcyon 3/33; Laureb 1 8/52 d. Sunbeans 1/25; M^rryville I 6/49 d. Cheerio 3/36; St. Eltia 7/48 d. Meiryvllle 2/36; Delwcod I 6 52 d. Laurels n 2/29. O Grade — Dlv. 1: The Corals 8/53 d. Painbow I 1/29; Laurels 7/50 d. Boronia - II 2/34; Bodean I 6/47 d. Cheerio 3/34; YUhsn Jun. I 8/52 d. Claremont 1/22. Dlv 2: rsdenlea 5/40 d. Boronia I 4/36; IlaJcyon 5/42 d. Coolah I 4/39; Baltimore 8/50 d. Rainbow n 1/25. Div. 3: Meiry vllle 6/40 d. Bodean II 3/24; Ooolah II 8 -53 d. Yithan Jun. ttl 1/16; Belmont 7/49 d. The Laurels 2/28. Novice — The Nevln 4/43 d. Belmont 5/41; Loftus 7/50 d_ Dehnonte 2/32; The Corals 8/53 d. Harcourt 1/26; Merry vllle 4/44 d. Laurels 5/43. Gent's. Sunday Morning B Grade — DeHwood 7/44 d. Menyville 1/29; Haloyon 6/44 d. Claremont 6/33; Laurels I 7/46 d. Laurels II 1/21. C Grade — Edcnlea 8/48 d. Bodean n 0/20; Borcnia 6/43 -L Coolah n 2/22. Ladles' Mid-Week All Sports 6/41 d. Boronia 2/20; Laurels 6/36...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Laurel and Hardy Part ACCIDENT MADE SCREEN'S STAR TEAM [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Laurel and Hardy Part ACCIDENT MADE SCREEN'S STAR TEAM After delighting hundreds of thousands cf people and making £250,000 in five years, the famous comedy team of Laurel and Hardy has been, dissolved. And it If- Laurel's contract which will not. be renewed by Hal Roach for whom the two have worked for so long. Stan Laurr], the great pantomime artist, one of the funniest -people the screen has ever seen, will go. but Hardy — fat, good humored Hardy — will remain. TauiyI kbvs ihprp ha& been trouble I about tlie terms of his contract, but ne is surprised that Hal Roach terminated it. Two years ago he was earning £500* a week, end lie is thrifty. He has a paid-up Insurance policy which will bring him in £25 a week for life. This is apart freni his Hollywood licaie and any other investments he may have made. Laurel and Hardy teamed up by acci dent. Laurel had been ambitious; ho mould become another Chaplin. But at the time he met Hardy in ^Hollywood he had left this ambHlon beh...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brophy for Granville [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

Brophyfor Granville Alderman J. C. Biophy, J J*., the select- .. ed and endorsed canddate of the AT. P. for the Granville electorate, is a very live wire despite the disabilities he suiters through war service. ' Keen and {watchful in his acitivies for ihe progress of his district, Ms untiring energy has been regarded tbne and again and he is in the- happy position of shar ing with his co-workers tthe gratification cney an xeei in navmg uieir opciermeBii dchemes consummated. He enlisted for active service and was present &t we memorable storming of the Gallipoli Heights, where be received his baptism of fire and was seriously wounded. He takes an interest In the unfor tunate men and women Who were compel led to enlist- on Liang's wages — the dole — and (successfully goi relief work going in the district with grants of (money from the Government, which enabled (married mm and single men to get fwortc. He Ls always in the forefront of move ments to raise and elevate the unfort...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIP TO KATOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

TRIP TO KATOOMBA. Major iWatnocfc, -Aldennui Fenwlck, end the town cleric tl#r. Hume) of Hol royd Council, a-»(-t£d the. Invitation to the . local government eports and social functions organised by Katoomba Conn cU. Aid. Febwlck won t tirophy In the gent's, tennls doobteis oonitfetiUoh. with Mr. Cunnlnghajn, engineer of . Syojity couilcII, .and ' UiW ^jafi t^lfiihly put Ho'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES BINK AND THE PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

FILM FLASHES BINK AND THE PRINCESS. Ralph Ralnger. with Leo Robin, wrote the tunes lor Blng Crosby's new Para mount picture, 'Here is My Heart.' to be ©ere ned at Merrylands Cnoma next Saturday, matinee and evening, only — . May 11. Hie picture tells the story of a millionaire crooner buys an hotel and disguises himseif as a waiter in order to croon himself into the heart of a haughty Russian princess. FILM UNIT GOES TO IRELAND, The director of 'Lily of Killamey' went with a complete technical unit to Ireland -in order to obtain exterior shots of the famous lake during the making of the film. During their stay they lived in a tiny country public house, where they had ample opportunity for studying the characters and lives of the Irish peas ants who play such an important part in the film. 'TJly of KiUaraey,* which features John Garrtck and .Gina ? Malo, will be screened at Merrylands Cinema next Monday and Tuesday even ings only, May 13 and 14. . VIVID . .MURDER MYSTERY. 'Death in t...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. ANN'S C. OF E. MERRYLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

. ST' Wn'S.C. 'ffR'jL, W5RBYMNDS. The annual ve^ry naeeting In connec tion with the «J*we tbufch.was held oo the list Inst, whin -be Rector's report on the work (ton fe tijIS VwWi, oaa P01' tlctlUrly In tlje St. Alin P9rtton, was re ceived. The' telMwe Jheet.waa also sub mitted. Churchwardens elected were:— Messrs. peters . (Rector's), Wade and Bailey.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 9 May 1935

MERRYLANDS I PERGONAL Ml*, and Mrs. Martin, of Tarowortlh, 'newly-weds,' ere on their honeymocoi visit to their and aunt, 'Mir. and Mis. W. Gftvynne, of Merrylands. Mr. H. Bradley, the -local tailor, rend ered 'My Old Shako' and 'The Legion of the Lost' at the annun) Anzac Dinn er of the Granville sub-lxanch of R-S. and S.I.L. or A|, jast Sr.turday. A play-concert, in aid of St. Ann's Church fi&icfc, was held in the Masonic Hall on Thursday evening. The play, 'Threescore Years and Ten,' was par ticularly enjoyed. MERRYLANDS CYCLE CLUB A meeUitr -was 1u?ld on Thursday night, May 2, and the following officers were elected: Patron. Dr. Cuthbert; president, ' Mr. Brooks; vice-president, Mr. H. Pergu ! ran. The 14-imiJe race, held on the 4tih, resulted In the following winncis: B. Gough (faMecl) 1. J. McKcllar 2, G. Pin chani 3. Winner's time, 39.30. JUBILEE SERVICES' Special jubilee services were held at the Merrylands' Presbyterian Church on Sunday. Mr. R. M. Sommervile (minist...

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