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49th Anniversary GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

49tK Anniversary GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH nie 49m anniversary of the above church was celebrated on Saturday ana Sunday last. The tea meeting on Satur day was well attnded, and all eat down to a sumptuous repast provided by the Ladies' Church Aid and friends. After tea the public meeting was held in tlie church, where the secretary's and treasurer's reports were presented. Fin aiicte showed a healthy tone; income for che year for trust account being £69/11, and expenditure £49 14/11, leaving a credit balante of £19/16/1. There was a iso snoun -o i-e L64/0/2Z standing w the credit of the new Sunday school building account. The Concord West Methodist choir, under the baton of Mr. J. W. Starr, pro vided a most enjoyable evening's enJter tainment, ficm 8 p-ni. to 10.15 p.m. and at the contusion were entertained at supper by the ladies of the church. The Sunday services were well attend* ed. Rev. Chapman, of North Parramhtta, preached hi the morning at which service the Guildford Troop...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

Friday & Sat. Night I Hiids | MAY 24 and 25 ONCE AGAIN A SUPER PROGRAMME Supported by — WARNER OLAND in 'Charlie Claali Paris' Also Cartoon 'Hot Sands' FOX NEWS MATINEE SATURDAY Mon. Night May 27 FREE I ^ FREE GIFTS Tj / I II GIFTS Come and Take Some Cash Home ! ! MONDAY & TUESDAY, MAY 27 & 28 [?] A WONDERFUL'' PROGRAMME Supporting Feature JOHN BOLES and IRENE DUNN, in The Age of Innocence' Short Cartoon and News THURSDAY NIGHT, MAY 23 : ?Corning: June I, personal appearance' of DAVE II (from 'Grandad Rudd'). j®oming: June 3 and 4, 'Grandad Rudd. jBoming: June 7 and 8, 'Barretts of Wimpole ? IB -Street.'.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

REGENT NEWS Friday and Saturday next — with, us once again, the inimitable Grade Fields In 'Sing as we Go.' Grade's merriest screen musical comcdy, radiating laught er and happiness. A further spedal Is V-ampr OI^'1. ***rv Brinn a«d Rhodes in 'Charlie Chan In Paris/ Sin ister mystery lurked in every shadow, murder stalked the Boulevard**. A smoking gun was in his hand and the police said 'Guilty/ But Chart!-? Chan ?aw the light of Innoocence in Ms e\cs. Comedy 'Hot Sands'1; Fox Movietone Newsrcel. Monday and Tuesday — John Boles and Irene Dunne Ln 'The Age of Inno cence.' with Helen Westley, Laura Kope Crews, Julie Haydon and' Lionel Aturll. She gave him a taste ' of life divine, then sent him back to the chnin-gang, known as 'New. .York's Best-. - Society. . Supporting feature. 'The Gay Bride,' with Carole Lombard and Chester Mor ris, also Zazu Pitts, Leo Carillo. Nat Pendletsn and Sam Hardy. 'Merry Widow' — marry the maddest girl in Manhattan, but when it came to money 5he wanted ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Quite Satisfactory" BUT COUNCIL NOT SATISFIED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

' 'Quite Satisfactory' ' BUT COUNCIL HOT SATISFIED The Metropolitan MedicaJ Officer of Health has reported that two inspections of Uie Holioyd sanitary contractors prem ises in Jer&ey-road, revealed that t&ieir condition was clean and satisfactory, and at present there was no caute for com plaint. There was also a letter from a rate* pay* complaining that he had to sleep indoors, owing to the smell from the premises. warned an mspecuon oy an oiliccr, kj ascertain how the smell ~as- caused, see ing that everything was clean and satis factory. It was not fair to expect neigh bour to put up with what the aldermen had themselves experienced by visiting the place. He moved that the department be atked to send an officer to meet the Mayor and Aldermen and inspector on tile matter. Aid, Geo. Tamplin considered council should not go over the Health Department, who 6aJd the matter was satisfactory. Aid. Campbell said the matter would never be settled until the sanitary sheds ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAMBRILL CUP PRESENTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

GAMBRILL CUP PRESENTATIONS A dance and social twos hrid, Mon^v latt, at Granville Town Hall, on the occasion of the presenilation of the cups and trophies, given bv the Gambrill Tennis Association, to the different divis ion winners. A very ento'-abta evening's dancing was soent by the 100 couples, whn tlVJr the Arw 'nt&'Miiiv. mara nn. sait'^d (by Messrs. Gfl^rlU, the Mavor of Granville (Aid.. Tieldbur) and Aid Pollock, who made mqjnoprlate speeches. Music was supplied by the Strollers. Granny: You look pretty dirty. Flossie. Flcesle: Yqs; but I look much prettier dean.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Sam Lands' Challenge Cup Table [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

' ,v icoro GRANVILLE A D1ST. ASSOCIATION I Sam' Lands' Challenge Cap Table | P. W. L. D. Fl: F. Pts. Werrlwa ...... 8 5 2 0 1 2 31 Holroyd ? 0 6 3 0 0 1 28 Wallaroo ? 8 43 1 02 26 Robins.. ? 8 3 4 1 0 2 22 Silver Star .... 8 1 7 0 0 2 13 Kewple United ..1 1 0 0 0 0 4 Saturday's Results Werrlwa 76 and four Mckets for 10, defeated- Silver Star on the first innings, 52 and eight wickets for 83 (declared closed). An appeal against the light at 5.30 was allowed. Circumstances- sur rounding this match will be dealt -with at the association meeting. Robins 19 and 26 (total 45) drew with Wallaroo 26 tmd 19 (total 45). Holroyd a forfeit. Delegates' Meeting The meeting of the association will be held on Wednesday, May 22, at 8 pjn, Comments on Results Should the association uphold the 3 l-olnt win to Werrtwa. on Saturday, ttiat club will hold the Sam Lands' Challenge Cup by three points from Holroyd. What ever the result may be, it is hoped it will be in U\e interests ol the game. Silver Star...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holroyd Office Work ALDERMEN WANT IMPROVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

Holroyd Office Work ALDERMEN WANT IMPROVEMENT At the last meeting of Holroyd Council Aid.. G. E. Maunder moved: — 'That this council commission a qualified nian to investigate the administration of the council's office and its workings, with a view to advising the council in what direction, if any, improvements may be effected to ensure the better workinc of the office.' Aid. R. Tamplln totik the point of order that it was less than three months since a similar resolution .was put by him, and turned down by council (ordinance 1, sec The Mayor ruled that the motion was in older, us notice of the intention had been given (according to clause B of ihe section - . Aid. Maunder said the town clerk main tained that the office was- understaffed. He could not say: ibut Mr. Palmer had been* appointed rale clerk. Now it wus said he would need help, and It made one wonder where council would get. Aid. Maunder produced a rate notice ?which, he said, seemed to suggest that the work was piling up...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOFTUS PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

LOFTUS PARK ' At the Church of Christ Christian. Bn- dravcur last Sunday, Miss Nellie Torode.-. rendered a sacred «lo, entitled '.Yield not to Temptation.' Mr. - Cbrtstafcber son, of .C^nley Vale, preached - morning service, taking- as, his stmject, 'Casting. care, aside.' ' ;

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

{Thursday) and TO-MORROW (Friday), at 8 p.m. ' ' * j Nlthls of SYLVIA SIDNEY And GENE RAYMOND in 'BE- i *OUJ MY WIFE!' and BARBARA STANWYCK and WARREN WIL r *#k : In 'THE SECRET BRIDE.' j '''J T. .FRIDAY onlyj:„Final chapter of 'THE VANISHING SHADOW.' I Merrylands cinema * MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. J Reservations at Shop adjoining Theaue, 'or at Theatre, 'phone UW9778. ;S ' No Extra Charge for Booking. This SAT., MON. & TUES., MAY 25, 27, 28 i- (EVENINGS at 8 p.m. — and at MATINEE on Saturday at 2 p.m.) EVERYBODY'S SWEETHEART at hw glorious best In a film of Infinite Loveliness, aimed straight at the Hearts of young and old alike I YOUR EY£S WILL BRIGHTEN AND YOUR HEART WILL SING! H ' jHEUUIU33^^B ' ' A rox Picture wit'1 Produced by Sol M. WurtzcJ I JAMES DUNN Directed by David Butler j | ? -___ Additional Feature »t Every Session—' LYLE TALBOT and MARY ASTOR In a Thrill-packed Story of the -, fi' Auto Tracks: 'RED HOT TYRES' Special Added Short Subjects: 'TOYLAND BR...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

SPECIAL JUBILEE PUBLICATIONS BOOKS, Printed a t p. Price NOT TO SHOW PROFIT, but to Celebrate the KING'S JUBILEE— OUR KING and QUEEN, and WONDERFUL LONDON. NEW KNITTING and FASHION BOOKS arriving by each mail. EMPIRE DAY FIREWORKS : It Is wise to SELECT EARLY. Stock* in Sydney arc low and Prices Rising owing to (he silver market In America affecting the Chinese Silver Dollar. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. Chas. Kirkiand TAILOR 285 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. Suits to Measure LEATHER and TWEED OVERCOATS To Measure, or Ready made. Pay As You Wear FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 G&il£-FORD ROAD . B. SWEETNAM, Pro prietor . SERVICE WORK EX ECUTED PEOMTTET: - ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY TRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. * WTNAIA, CYCLE AGENT. SPARK' PLUGS TESTED F«EE PHONE-. UVW112 I PER MANENT WAVING j I 12/6 to 25/- j S EUGENE METHODS, GUARANTEED SIX TO NINE MONTHS. I ? SOFT NATURAL WAVES, WITH RINGLET ENDS. ? ! ABSOLUTELY LATEST METHODS AND MACHINES USED. I ? , PERSONA...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

William Metcalfe & Co. LIMITED FUNERAL MMCTORS, J 17 CHURCH ST., PA^RAMATTA. UW M37 ui UWM38. FUNERALS CONDUCTED 'AT LOWEST RATES. . , , , WE IIAVE NO CONNECTION WITH ANY CITY FIEM. V TAXIS ^ ? ? ? ' ? AMD . - ' '* ? Private Hire Garfc E. DEVESON, Merrylands , ? Phone: UW9693

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

McDonald's, Guildford's City-Price Mercers and Drapers JUST OPENED, a New Range of V/aim Wiiiter PYJAMAS, aU sizes MEN'S Winter UNDERWEAR New SCARVES. FLANNELS, SOX, etc. Our New Range of SHIRTS, second to none CHILDREN'S WINTER CpATS from ? ? 0/11 BOYS' TWEED HATS ? 1/1 1 FLANNEL SKIRTS, from .. .. 3/11 WOOLLEN GLOVES ? . . . 1/3 FLANNEL MIDDY COATS. .. 8/il j S.C.R. COUPONS GIVEN. LAY-BYES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED^ J ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR, . J. MEALTA, Proprietor. WYNYARD STREET ? ! ? GUILDFORD MERRYLANDS GARAGE OPP. PICTURE SHOW, MERRYLANDS. (J. WAVMAN, Proprietor) WE SPECIALISE IN HIGII-PBESSUBE GREASING. . ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SEBVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. RING UW9801. BY SERVICE WE GROW, THE BEST WAY WE KNOW. Merrylands Motors ? (E. W. VIVIAN, Proprietor) MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS Phone: UW8608 OI...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

'RENOWN- FRUIT PALACE OPPOSITE NEWSAGENCY, j GUILDFORD. See our Week-end Specials.. BEST BROWNELL POTATOES, 10 lbs. ' 1/ Relief Orders Accepted. NURiSE ROBINSON . '(Formerly Bunker), 29 SALISBURY BOAD, GUILDFORD. OfcRWFJCATED A.T.N.A., Also. INFANTS' NURSE. Outdoor Cases in surrounding Districts, ChTdmn's Wool Gloves, at E. H. Line *nd Co. ensure Co sy Comfort for the J'®iu-r Folk.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Birthday" Celebration METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

'Birthday' Celebration METHODIST CHURCH Merrylands Methodist Ladles' Church Aid celebrated its eighth 'birthday' on Thursday, in the church hall. The afternoon twos a bright and hapoy one, and much enjoyed by the large and re presentative attendance of ladies. Other churches represented: Merrylands Bap tist, Guildford Methodist, Merrylands Presbyterian, Croydon, Granville, Holroyd and Burwood Methodists. Birthday greetings and wishes were extended to Merrylands from these churches. Mrs. W. R. Poole, wife of the minister, * presided, and in her usual happy manner extended a welcome to the visitors, and later thanked the various arlista who assisted to make the occasion such a success, also Mrs. Somerville. of Parra matter, for her very interesting address, which was a feature of the afternoon, her address being on 'The first women discovercr of radium. Madame Dureau.' The speaker gave interesting details of the beginning of the discovery by this French lady, and its progress In Uic f...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farewell Sermon St. Ann's Church of England [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

Farewell Sermon St. Ann's Church of EturUnd Itcv. J. Poole gave his farewell address pt the evening service on Sunday last, although he will be present on Sunday next to cclebrate Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Mr. Poole has been, rcctor of the Guildford and Merrylands parish IK eleven and a half years, and is shortly to take ud duties in the Earl wood narish. A farewell has been arrangtd by St. Ann's, St. .Matthew's and Greystanes oiiurehcs. on behalf of the Merrylauds section of the parish, for Thursday, May 23, to be held In the St. Malihew's school hall at 8 pjn., and to which parishioners are invited1. A farewell social and presentation will take place at Guildford School of Arts on Wednesday, May 22,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Gardener [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

The Gardener 1 find the winter not so cold:* The garden yields its hours. And I. who still can turn the mould, Kpcp a warm spot for flowers. 'Blue with the cold' — the phrase Is true; But who dislikes the blueness Delphiniums give ? Whilst, thrusting WJIWUgU, Bulbs spread their splendid newness. Freeze yer? ThereV frecsias on the way. And wealth, of rose and lily; Soon in the, air will jonquils sway, And we'll go daffodilly. The weather often make.* mistake — Turns fine morns to ill humours; Yet I like winter for the sake Of all its lovely bloomers.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIGGERS' BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

DIGGERS' BALL On Empire night, 24th inst., Merry* j lands sub-branch of the R.S. and S.I.L.A. will hold a ball In the local Masonic Hall, in aid of the T.B. Sol* disrs Association, for the benefit ol these not in receipt of a war pension. Admission is 2/-. and the profits are to go to the T.B. Association; the. loss, U any. to be borne by the local sub branch. Mr. T. B. Baker, 12 Ncil-st.. Mrrrylands. lion, secretary will grate fully acknowledge any donatllns.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS FIRE STATION Commissioner's Visit [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

MERRYLANDS FIRE STATION Commissioner's Visit The president of the Board of Fire Commissioners (Hon. T. J. Smith) and other members of the Board visited Mer rylands last week and met Aid. War nock (Mayor), Aid. Campbell and Styles in connection with council's request for an improved building and equipment. The aldermen pointed out the lack of accommodation for the firemen, and spoke of the fine service rendered.' The Commissioners were impressed bv the firemen's record, and said they would advise council of their decision later.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

tennis GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION . I ? Gent's, Sunday- Morning — Laurels I d J I Claremcnt, c/43 to 2/35; Halcyon 8/40 d M 1 Merryville D/0. ^ C Grade— Cool ah,l 4/41 d. Edeanle* 4/43; Rainbow fiMl^-d. Boron i» 2/3» Coolah ,n 4/41 -L Bodean 4/40; tw# Own 8/48 d. Mcrryville 0/12. 1 'M| Ladies' MidVve^! Merrj4iUe ' X 6/^B d. Rainbow I 2/30; Laurels 8/44 d. Bc^K onla O/26; All Sport® 6/41ML Oiarend^B 2/32; Die Corals 8^48 d.-Loffcus OiS. raia stopped played in the aftembozi^^^B

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES S[?]EY HAS HIM [?]ICKED OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 23 May 1935

FILM FLASHES SMrtl^Y HAS HIM IICFCED OUT Shirley Temple calmly told Judith Allen the other day that when she grows up she's going to marry James Dunn. Dunn has the principal male, role in 'Brisht Eyes.' Shirley's new picture, which comes to the Merrylands Cinema this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings, and matinee on Saturday, and the red-haired Miss Alien is the object of hi£- affections in the story. ??Thnt. it n. hundred ner-cent.' observed Dunn. 'Up to now Shirley was the only girl in Hollywood to whom at one time or another I hadn't bsen report ed eneaffed.' REALISTIC GOAL BREAK A realistic prison break scene is shown in the First National picture, 'Red Hot Tyres,' at Merrylands Cinnma this Sat urday. Monday and Tuesday evenings, and at the matinee on Saturday. Lyie Talbot is the prisoner who escapes, his buddy having smuggled him out of the prison in a truefc. Armed guards are hustled out to shoot to kill. THe pict ure is an automobile race track romance with Lylp Talbot an...

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