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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

Men's All-Wool Indiana Black Cashmere Socks, special soft quality, all sizes. Usual 1/1 H- Sale 1/5 pr. — Carey's, Merrylands.

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

REGENT NEWS. Friday and Saturday, 8th and 9th, -we again present a masterpiece in entertainment in the 'Girl from Mis souri,' with Jean Harlow, Lionel Barrymore, Franchot Tone, Lewis Stone, and Australia's own Patsy Kelly. ''The Girl from Missouri,' the year's most amusing comedy romance. You've seen her in 'Ked Headed Woman' and 'Red Dust,' now see her at her beat in 'The Girl from Missouri.' The rollicking story ol' a social climber who made good. The second great attraction on those two nights is 'Romance in the Kain,' featuring Heather Angel, Koger Pryor, Esther Ralston, Victor Moore and Ruth Donnelly. A pic ture crammed full of romance, songs, and comedy-drama. Looking for a modern Cinderella and a contest to find l'rince Charming. His high pressure methods made her queen, it's not raining to them, it's raining liiupo of joy. Because the boy has get his girl and the girl has got her boy. Aluiiday and Tuesday, 11th and 12i.ii, we have wiih us again, the greatest Australian comed...

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

I Easy foi Mother and comfortable for the Tiny Tot. A | CYCLOPS STROLLER, 16/6. These are carried free on the railway. Come and see them. ALL CALENDARS are now half-price to clpar. E. G.- WILLIAMS Newsagency, Guildford, UW 9S59

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

Corey's Monster Sole Make a Lay Bye at Sale Prices ? Carey's Famous Unbleached Sheetings Reduced. These are guaranteed for 3 years. SINGLE BED. Usual 1/9. SALE ? 1/6J THREE-QUARTER BED, 1/11*. SALE .. 1/9 DOUBLE BED. Usual 2/3. SALE ? 1/10& TWILL FINISH. Usual 2/6. SALE .. ..yd. 2/3 LACONIA BLANKETS 12 Years' Guarantee on all these Blankets SINGLE BED . . 25/- pair. DOUBLE BED . . 37/6 pair Why not make a Lay Bye now at these prices? LACONIA BLANKETS. 12 Years' Guarantee. Extra large Double Bed size. Usual 59/6 pair. SALE 47/6 pair FLANNELETTE — A soft heavy finish, 29in., in White, Pink, Sky and Lemon. We can recommend this quality. Usual 9£d ? SALE 7£d. yd., 6/11 doz. Ladies' FUJI DE LUXE PRINCESS SLIPS, full sizes and lengths. All colours. Usual 2/11 SALE PRICE 2/3 ea. White Imitation MARCELLA QUILTS, with neat woven square pattern. A job line. Double Bed size. Usual ? 16/11 ? SALE PRICE 12/6 ea. KNITTING WOOLS ALL REDUCED Golden Wattle 4-ply FINGERING, full 1 oz. skeins,...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERRYLANDS RESIDENT PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

MERRYLANDS RESIDENT PASSES. A large crowd of relatives -and friends attended the funeral of the late Mr. Ernest Scott, of Macfatlane Street, Merrylands, on Wednesday afternoon last. The late Mr. Scott was an employee of the Water Board, being stationed at Waterloo for many years and afterwards at Potts Hill. He was only 44 years of age and passed away at the Prince Henry Hospital after an illness of only five weeks. The Rev. J. Poole conducted a ser vice at the house and afterwards at the graveside, the deceased being buried in the C. of E. Portion at Rookwood. Members of the 'Water Board, where the .deceased was employed, acted as pall-bearers and a large number was present at the grave side, also members of P.A.F.S., at Merrylands, where the late Mr, Scott was a member. The principal mourners were the widow, Betty (Mrs. Overton) and Beryl (daughters), Ronald and Jack (sons), Mr. A. Overfcon (son-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. Scott, senr., Mr. and Mrs. Willis (parents), Mrs. Hillier and Mr...

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

For that tired feeling take; 'Ovoids,' 1/3 but— Peterson, CWuld ford.- ?.-? .- ,? ;?,:??:-- ?')?'«?-?';&??:-:;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

j*™tip S/^na^trree Circulation '???''^J^:;)rJ&S*t 7000 jtiERKj&MIDS TO LIVERPOOL Gratis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

TAXIS and PRIVATE HIRE CARS (tjfZ- DEVESON. Merrylands. Phone UW9693

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

Fullerton's Bread for better Flavour ! Get Your Loaf To-day ! M0T0R ''^S? '^ **' 303 GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD WE SPECIALISE IN WEDDING and B IRTHPAY CAKES LADIE2' HAIRDRESSING SALON \ : 3 CROSS STREET. GUILDFORD j :. Reduction in Prices : ? Wet Set ? I/. Hair Trim ? I/- : Dry Set ? . . . 2/- Children's Trim ? 6d, ; : PERMANENT OIL WAVE \ ? EUGENE METHOD GUARANTEED 6 TO 9 MONTHS \ ; We have installed the latest machine possible to buy. ; All work done by our expert. '. f ? --??-?---?.--?????»??..-,-.---..?..???..?? DE-LUXE PRIVATE CAR JPRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE ? Weddings, Theatre Paijaes and Tours and all Classes of PJUVATE HIRE f, PHONE -%t~ UW9260 i ' AT ANVjaOliR X MEAL1A, Prop- ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

NO MORE NETS!! Keep Mosquitoes away with ' FOREZE ' Mosquito Cream The Face Cream that Prevents! 1/- per bottle W. O. T A A F F E M.P.S., Ph.C. Chemist & Druggist Tel. UW955S ? GUILDFORP FOR BETTER VISION Which meant Better Health CONSULT C. McKENZrE, M.I.O. Optometrist H Optician Moxham Chambers, 147a CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA (over Henderson and Greggs) & 47 McARTHUR ST., GUILDFORD Phone UW9179 OPTICIAN to the New South Walef Education Department for the supply of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S GLASSES by Contract. K. B. BOOK ECHANGiT' 233 WOODVILLE ROAD SOUTH GRANVILLE VIN. KIELY — M. BURKE Proprietors Merrylands Garage Opp. Picture Show Merrylands (J. Wayman, Prop.) WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH PRESSURE GREASING ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK RING UW 9801 Golden Bell WARE ST., FAIRFIELD The Most Up-to-date Sundae Shop in Fairfield. MODERNISED INTERIOR HALL available for DANCES and FUNCTIONS E. E. LLOYD FAIRFIELD ROAD YENMfORA GENERAL GROCERY STO...

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

I Friday & Saturday I I February 8th and 9th I ft ' ^^Br '^Bf^^ A Of ^^^^^LT-SH lljffllfllMMfcTBDpW'i ' . ? ''!; ? -. ''-:'-'- ': ft I ^ UONEL BARRYMORE^^Hl^lfyfiyj $ Fox Movitone News. Short 'Silver Lining' § jMon. & Tues. Feb. !lth-12th| I Wed. a? Thur. Feb. 13 - 14 | I 'Housewiffe ' || I with Bette D.avis & Qeorgc Brent || I Unit 2- 'SMOKY'' | I Comedy— Salted Sea Nuts. | 'I Universal News Reel 1 | Qq-jiui#ixiday, Feb. 15th Lv. WALLACE BEERY & JACKIE COOPER in |{ P ''Tiie Bowery' ['

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. Bursaries were awarded to Rodney Thomas Cook (Fairfield), Daphne Ella Hewitt (Cabramatta), at Par ramatta Public High School. Fairfield Council have commenced operations on forming the Promen ade. springheia Progress Association held a Pound Night in Springfield Hall last Saturday night. It was a successful function. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, of Donald St., are on a fortnight's holiday, touring. Boys' School Wear at E. H. Line and Co. Shirts and Rangers from 2/3. Blouses from 1/11J. Lady Mayoress, Mrs. A. L. Parker, is meeting suburban representatives of hospital auxiliaries and child wel fare at Sydney Town Hall, 11 a.m. to-day (Thursday, January 7th). The Guildford Chamber of Com merce were instrumental in getting the. Bank of N.S.W. to alter their banking hours in the Guildford Branch. Yes, to be sure, 'you read it' in 'The Broadcaster.' Fairfield Band failed to gain first place in the N.S.W. Band Associa tion's Contest, but it is to be con gratulated for getting the secon...

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

A GRADE. Mcrrylands v. Parramalta. Won by Merrylands by 4 runs on the first innings. Mcrrylands: 1st innings, 195. 2nd innings: J. Headon, b T. Buckland, 31; W. Oglesby, c E. Mara, b Mc Intyre, 40; M. O'Donoghue, b Mcln tyre, 43; A. Davis, not out, 4; E. Ad dicoat, not out, 1; sundries, 5. Three wickets for 124. Bowling: A. Currie 0-11, T. Buck Jand 1-34, B. Williams 0-24, F. Till man 0-13, R. Martin 0-15, K. Mcln tyre 2-19, H. Davis 0-3. Parramatta, 1st innings: A. Brooks, b F. Horsey, 5; K. Mclntyre, b F. Horsey, 26; G. Watson, b M. O'Donoghue, 21; L. Buckland, b M. O'Donoghue,, 33; T. Buckland, st F. Oglesby, b M. O'Donoghue, 21; A. Currie, b F. Horsey, 30; R. Martin, b f. Horsey,' 7-; H. Davis, run out, 10; E. Mara, c F. Oglesby, b W. Oglesby, 31; F. Tillman, not out, 2; B. Wil liams, b F. Horsey, 0; sundries, 5. Total, 191. Bowling : J. Horsey 0-34, F. Hor sey 5-71, A. Davis 0-11, M. O'Dono ghue 3-54, W. Oglesby 1-16. . ',.' ] ' B GRADE. ~ iGoodyear v, Granville Central. No res...

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

CAN LEY VALE.' Mi. G. Aspen, Norm. Clewes, and Harold Bailey, didn't catch any fish on the Hawkesbury, so they bought some. Cabramatta Cricket Team visited Katoomba last Sunday. Cabra was beaten by 30 runs, but they had a good day. Eeg Morrison finished with a glorious 76. Mr. W. J. Keardon, of John Street, Cabramatta, is in Liverpool Hospital. CABRA VALE COUNCIL. A letter was received from the IJept. of Education through Mr. Mc Girr, M.L.A., referring to the drain age work at Cabramatta public school. It will be put in hand. Mr. Dixon, the dismissed relief worker, was written to by the Coun cil and told he could petition for re instatement. It was decided that the Council ? would take *he necessary responsibi lities for the control and upkeep of ;?'? tfie Young memorial. ' - ; 5 Mr. Crawford applied to obtain, an extension of the water supply; tis'- Stubbs' estate. ? . ;*?' The matter of the- spending of the ; Christmas Grant on the ? Jcphcrete i stormwater channel along liongfield...

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

GUILDFORD. Complaints are being made about draining surplus water by Water Board officials every Friday in Rose berry Road. This practice cuts chan nels in Henry Street, making the street in a horrible condition. The Fire Brigade Carnival night will be held in Guildford Memorial School of Arts on February 23rd. The Guildford and District Hor ticultural Society's Autumn Show will be held on March 16th in the Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts.' Guildford has not yet finished with their request for a man to be per manently stationed in the town ' for cleaning gutters and pathways. Joyce Murray, 8, of Salisbury Rd., Guildforfl, was rather badly bitten by a dog on Friday, January 25th, 3 stitches being inserted in the wound. The Main Suburban Line Council of the R.S.S.I.L.A. held its third an nual picnic January 28th last, at Par ramatta Park. The death occurred last week of Mr. W. J. Cox, draper, of The Cres I cent, Fairfield. ? The' remains -were cremated at the Northern Suburbs Cremat...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Guildford Progress Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

. _.;.:r--i£SM2SS Guildford Progress Team. N. Delaney (captain), H. Hodgson, W. Gunn, D. Mackenzie, J. Morgan, G. Hodgson, F. Haddon, A. Spratt, S. Bell, C. Hams, W. Croker, T. Gane (12th).

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

'SMOKO.' The Department of Labour and In dustry requested the Holroyd Council to discontinue the practice oi ten lv.in utes' 'smoko' for emergency relic I' workers and making payment for same, as payment for time not worked under the scheme cannot be made. Aid. v_ampbeu thought mat me men migh lose the work if the inspector came out to the job. Aid. Campbell suggested that the men might start ten minutes earlier, but the Mayor said it could not be done, as the time for starting was 8 o'clock. The Mayor said that there could be no objection to the men having tea if they did not knock off. Aid. Fcnwick said that they coiild leave the matter in the Mayor's hands. Aid. Maunder said he liked his mor ning cup of tea and said the men would make up the time. He said he had never heard of such a niggerdriv ing way of conducting things. He said it was probably somebody who was in a fat billet and not the Premier who asked this. He moved that the Pre mier be asked if he is in favour of this wi...

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

A PRESENTATION. A very pleasant gathering took place at 'Orana' Tennis Courts, Guildford, on Thursday last, when the ladies of that club entertained Miss Vida Hey, of Fairfield, at a tennis afternoon. Visitors were present from various clubs. _ . , In presenting Aliss ney wun a pair of beautiful jvclures on behalf of the Jadies, Mr. Bu'rrcy said that, in addi tion to being favourably known as a first-class tennis player, Miss Hey had the reputation of being a good sport, and was held in the highest esteem by all those with whom she came in con Ali present extended their best wishes to Miss Hey for the 'doubles' event in which she was to be one of the principal players on Saturday; the consensus of opinion was that it would turn out to be a 'love' set. Miss Hey suitably responded and the singing oi 'For She's a Jolly Good Fellow' terminated an enjoyable after noon. ^ Mr. Arthur Johnston, of Chetwyn Road, Merrylands, had the misfor tune to injure his hand last week. A minor operation ...

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

SPORTING PARS. Merrylands A allowed Parramatta to get within 4 runs of their score, and then took three points. Mick knocked up a breezy 43; 'tis said he has been away — Parramatta wished he had stayed away. True Blues have got to t«:e top of the table by beating Rovers. Can Smithv and Co. ston there? Hard luck, Clyde, you nearly 'En- gineered' a 4-pointer, but you checked the progress of Progress. Guilds got beaten outright by Pitt Row, and are now 'Wooden Spoon' artists. Some clubs would like the privilege of selecting their umpires,, as well as their teams, but the idea was too much, 'of a compliment to the um pires, who have declined the honour with thanks. Guildford B's introduced some very nasty bowling medicine to Centrals, £nd Dentists Cocks and Hill knocked their stumps out, and won by Merrylands C's have been very pood to their opponents lately. They have- been giving them two innings, and only having one themselves, and then only take four points for their kindness. But t...

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

By Service We Grow The Best Way We Know. Merrylands Motors (E. W. VIVIAN, Prop.) MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS . PHONE UW 8608 OIL 5/- PER GALLON ALL ACCESSORIES WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING, BATTERY CHARGING, GENERAL REPAIRS AND OVERHAULING ? WE SELL ALL CYCLE SUNDRIES ? MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE 132 MERRYLANDS RD. (near Station), MERRYLANDS TENNIS PLAYERS! INSPECT OUR NEW 1935 RANGE USE OUR 'PAY AS YOU PLAY' SYSTEM 2/- IN £ DEPOSIT AND 1/- IN £ PER WEEK CRICKET AND FISHING REQUISITES IN STOCK W. A. FAWBERT, Prop, (late of Alan Kippax) VIC, WARNOCK Shoe Store MERRYLANDS Another 50 prs. WOMEN'S FASHION SHOES. Usually 13/9 to 16/9 ? : . . . NOW 6/11 and 7/11 Ladies' KID SLIPPERS; Sports Heels. Usually 6/11 NOW 4/11 Men's TAN SHOES. Usually 12/11 ? NOW 9/11 Also in BLACK. ? NEXT TO CINEMA ? «

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