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COLLAPSED IN BARBER'S CHAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

L- COLLAPSED IN &AAIUB'S CI1AIB. .! -Salem Aboud (57), of Merrylands-Td., - Wentworthvllle, collapscd on Wednesday of last week, while he -was being shaved ta It jsalOon in the city. He died fei a few«can&.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN WHEELED IN BARROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

MAN WHEELED IN BARROW. The spectacle of a man 13 stone in weight sitting in a wheelbarrow and being trundled 50 mile? along the road ? ? from Beechworth (Victoria) to Mount - ^.Buffalo ^o«Bi 4-e, jBttasfigefl: by resi dents t)hthe district. The taslc*s bslftR'^ undertaken for a wager of £20 between a garage proprietor end a publican. Tsc conations provide that the man in the barrow must be delivered at The Chalet / in eight days. ' On the road from Beechworth to Buf falo there* is for 12 miles an up grade of , a foot in 16 for a quarter of a mile. - . The challenger is 45 years- of age, Is 6ft. In height, an& wel&hs' 14st-.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

;S Winter Time is Book Time and Game Time A GOOD BOOK and Loneliness Is Forgotten, and an Evening Enjoyably Spent. . * S. A MERRY GAME with Friends Is an Evening Happily Spent. / CHAMBER OP COMMERCE COMPETITION / Spend 1/- and try your skill. First Prize ID/-, Second Prise 5/V/ . See Our Wndows H. The JUBILEE NUMBER of the Boomerang Songster is now out, 6d. I GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. II FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP If Guildford Garaqe , II J 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD jf R- SWEETNAM, Prfi prtetor II | SERVICE WORK EX ECU TED PROMPTLY, IB ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. S HIGH PRESSURE GREAGINO. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. IS SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE IS - PHONE: TJW91I2 I j PER MANE NT WAVING j j 12/6 to 25/- ( ! EUGENE METHODS, GUARANTEED SIX TO NIKE MONTHS. A J SOFT NATURAL 'WAVES, WITH RINGLET ENDS. / 1 ; ABSOLUTELY LATEST METHODS AND MACHINES USED. / : S PERSONAL EXPERT ATTENTION. / : j THELMONE SALON, ^ : j ? 3 Cross Street ? Guildford j | § eflMPBELL'S | MERCERY AND SHOE STORE (.„? ^ . (OPPOS...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

M c D O N ALD'S, Guildford's City-Price Mercers and Drapeirs; NOW SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF NEW SHIRTS ' ! All the LATEST GREYS, CHECKS and OVEECHECKS, Carefully Selected to suit Idle Well-Dressed Man.. Plenty of NEW TIES, WARM WINTER PYJAMAS, SINGLETS,, UNDERPANTS etc. etc. etc. OUR MOTTO: QUALITY TOR YOUR MONEY. S.C.It. COUPONS GIVEN. LAY-BY ES and CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED. !!! ? — DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! - PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. / WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, / ' AND ALL CLASSES OP PRIVATE HIRE. l/ ' Phone: UW9260 AT ANY HOUR. J. MEALM, Proprietor. WYNYARD STREET ? ? GUILDFORD MERRYLANDS GARAGE f OPP. PICTURE SHOW, MERRYLANDS. / S-'V (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) V - * ' WE SPECIALISE IN HIG II -PRESSURE GREASING. ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PROMPTLY. \ WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. RING V,*UW98Ql. ? ? BY SERVICE WE GROW, ? / . ^ THE BEST WAY WE KNOW. Merrylands Motors ; (E. W. VIVIAN, Proprietor) MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS Phone: UW8608 . / O...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

j TA3CIS f J I Private Hire ^ Carii | I e. DEVESON,. Mwrylands ? . | j Phone: OW^93^ j

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

r William Metcalfe & Co, J 7 ' LIMlllD j FlINKJIAL DIRECTORS, ! f ? I 117 CHURCH 6T., PARRAMATTA. { UW 8S3? and CW 8838. ^ 1 FUNERALS CONDUCTED AT LOWEST J , ? RATES. J I I WE HA1TE NO CONNECTION WITH j V! ANY CITY FIRM. j

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHICKENS Cost of Rearing [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

CHICKENS Cost of Rearing Given good rearing conditions, states the Government Poultry Expert, there should be no doubt* about the eariy hatchod .cockerels showing a payable re turn, but this te a matter that cach poultryman can estimate for himself by taking into account the various chargcs. Including feeding costs. In connection with the letter thfe majority of poultry ? fanners arc inclined to over-estimate the coat ol feeding up to a marketable age. and U may be helpful tfo many to know tlie cost based upon tlie priccs of food stuffs during tlie last hatching season and using the ration recommended by the Department of Agriculture. This works out as follows: — First four weeks ? 3d per chlckcn Second four weeks .. .. lid per chicken . Third four weeks . . . . 23d per chicken Fourth four weeks 1 . . ? 31d per chlckcn Fifth four weeks . , . . 4d per -cliicken t Sixth four weeks .. 4Sd per cliH'rn Total ,. ,. 1/5S per chicken

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUBILEE BALL MERRYLANDS DIGGERS' SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

JUBILEE BALL MEBRYLANDS DIGGERS* SUCCESS On Empire night a ball was held by the sub-branch for the benefit of T.B. soldiers not in receipt of a war pension. The Ma.sonic Hall was gaily decorated for tiie occasion. Red, m title and blue fec tbons were hung across the hall, tihe clectric lights beng shaded with tlie aame color. Round 4 he -hall were hung Union Jacks And Australian flags, kindly loaned by the Holroyd Municipal OouncIL The prizes were all donated by the local busi ness people: a bo all the foodstuffs, which were prepared toy tfie ladles of the Aux iliary, who worked very herd to make (he ball a success. The orchestra was supplied free, and rendered excellent music for the dances-, wiih Miss Nancy Ward (piano), Mr. Fred Stevens (saxophone). Mr. Dick Burgess (banjo) end Mr. Ben Bandon (drums). Winners of the button raffle ra-cre: Ladles, Mm. Mason; rrents... Mr^TfJbiJwoo, Monte Carlo, Mr. F„ Calvolcy' Harding 2. Novell y prizes, Miss)&-g£irij and Mrs. Ladbrook. A ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOD FADDISTS. STATEMENTS WHICH ARE FANCIFUL AND FICTITIOUS HEALTH DEPARTMENT WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

FOOD FADDISTS. STATEMENTS WHICH ARE FANCIFUL AND FICTITIOUS HEALTH DEPARTMENT WARN INC* ? Some faddists borrow the superstitions and tales of black magic from the begin ning of time,*' says the Director-General of Public Health, 'and preposterously warn us not to eat tomatoes because they cause cancer, net to eat meat because it makes one sensual and warlike, not to rifficu!'. io digest, not to mix protem foods and carbohydrate foods because they react chemically in the stomach, giving off gases -,vhich might explode and rupture the lining of the stomach, and , nr„L to eat sugar except in the form of honey because it causes diabetes. They claim that cucumbers are cooling, that onions will cure colds and prevent inromnia, that garlic will purify the system and prevent rheumatism and blood-poisoning, that blackberry juice is a great blood builder, and that maple syrup and buttermilk will cure diabetes. These statcmei* a, are as fanciful and fictitious as is the legend that the moon Sr...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

Be WlR— Eewiomlw-iJVatch the BaripJn .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

'CHANNON'S' J For OTOICEST! fltUIT A- FRttH / - \XGETABLEg DAILY; , 140 MTCRPVt^NTV? ROAD, | - MERBYiLANDS. Cbllren Served wIM) Utmost Care urf ? Attention. ? ?? ? j ' ? JJ.6.W. COUPONS GIVEN FREELY,

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION C Grade — Div. 1 : Ylthan Jun. I 7/49 d Cheerio 2 30: Boronla II 5/46 d. Clare ninnt 4 '35; The Corals 8/49 d. Bodcan I 1/20. Div. 2 : Coolali 7/45 d. Rainbow II 2/22: Delmonte 5/47 d. Bdenlea 4/39: Boronla v BalUmore, no re.su 1L Div. 3: Belmont 9/54 -L Bodcan n 0//22; Loftus 5/40 d. The Laurels 4/38; Ylthan Jun. 7/51) d. Merryvllle 2/32. Novice— The Nevin 9/54 d. Debnonte 0 17; Loftus 7/52 d. Merryvllle 2/33: The Corn Is 5/44 d. Belmont 4/38: Laurels 7 -'SO d. Edenlea 2/37. Ladies' Mld-weck — Bonol.1 6/38 -lt Merryvllle 2/32: All Sports 7/44 d. Laurels 1/15: Cbxemont 5/39 d. Rainlxm- 3/31; Ix.riiis 6 '44 d. Halcyon 2/30; Merryvllle 5 '40 d. Corals 3/32 . All C (trade matches that were Inter rupted by rain on the 19th will be ployed on Sunday, June 2, and must commence ? trom where they finished. Don't despair next time you burn a sauenpan, but nil |t with hot water 1b which a handful of kitchen salt lias been added and leave IL ftand for an hour or ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
21st BIRTHDAY COMING-OF-AGE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

21st BIRTHDAY COMING-OF-AGE A party was held In the Masonic Hall, Merrjlands, on Saturday, May 25. to rommemorate tiie comlng-of-a^e of Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Torn IDevinc. of Kenvons-roadi Mfcrryland^, There waa a very large array of gorgeous frocks, and a hundred guests were pre *rnt. Mr. Alf Green nnd Miss Wakefield gave a wonderful exhibition, of modem The catering was as nice aa «ie could wlrli for, the finishing touch to tlii.s by a beautiful double-decker birthday cnkc. Mr. Ern Valle. of Canlcy Vale, re sponded on b?lialf of the guest. Miss Devine received a wonderful var iety of presents. The very enjoyable evening wns brought to an end by the singing of 'Auld Lang Syn^.' The gursts included: Mr. and. Mrs. Tom Drvlne. Mr. and Mrs. T. Devine (Jnr.), Mr. and Mrs. C. Devine, Mr. and Mrs. W. Devine, Mr. and Mrs. S. Devine, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Austin: Misses Mona Latty. Violet Delaney, T^la Burpoyne, Mavis FnMrnrv. M. Webb, P. Newbould. H. Wnrmlcat/m, V. Lewis-. C. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

i x ? ? ? I; TO-NIGHT (Thursday) and TO-MORROW (Friday), at 8 p.m.: i 1 Last - Nights of that 'Marvellous Comedy Drama of Laughter, Pathos j ' * and Tears: I 'Mr*. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch' With PAULINE, LORD, W. C. FIELDS tuld ZAZU PITTS. { I' Alio, MYRNA LOY and GEOEGE BRENT in 'STAMBOUL QUEST.' §&'?' J I FRIDAY Only: First Episode of (lie New Serial, 'THE BED ttlDER' | j starring BUCK' JONES. ? f MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. ?» f Reservations al- Shop adjoining Jiica're, or at Tlieatre, 'phone UW9778. 1 No Extra Charpc for Booking. r ' this SATURDAY ONLY, JUNE 1 ? v EVENING at 8 p.m., and ul MATINEE at 2 p.m. ./A' Picture Truly Distinguished Made by the same man who made ''Back Street'; with a Gnat star in l'cr Greatest Triumph. Don't miss 11! ;r ^ m Biiillant Supporting Feature at Both Sessions — ZANE GBEY'S Exciting Outdoor Adventure Romance ? 'HOME ON THE RANGE' With JACKIE COOGAK, RANIK)I,rll SCOTT, EVELYN BRENT and , JOE MORRISON .sitifiin* tlie popular mins t...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

MERRYLANDS PERSONAL . Mr. wllllam Gould, of Henderson -street, elelctrloal mechanic, has been put on the ' staff at Richmond Aerodrome. - Mr. and Mrs. T. Hanley, from Merry lands, have been visiting relatives at otewart's River, North Coast, and w*rc accompanied by Mrs. Peter McOowm on to the Bellinger River to visit her parents. Miss N. Boddan. of Meak In -street, en tered Parrajiiattfl Hospital for an opera tion for appendicitis la^-t Monday Mis. W. Wain wright, of Merrylands ? West School, who has boon first assistant for about five years, lias boon transferred to Blacktown. Mr. Perry, of Blacktowm has. -taken up duty at Merrylands as first assistant. Cecil Swift, of Grcystancs. cut his finder, using a reaping hook lan week Dr. Champion operated on HUJe Billv Campbell, of Merry] ands -road . son of Alderman W. Campbell, last Monday, for the abscess on his leg. Mrs, Campbell was absent, at. Lithgow, attending the funeral of her mother. OBITUARY , Mre. AL J. Thomas We regret to rep...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

NURSE broad; SB MANCHESTER sraEET, MERRYLANDS, . / ' CERTIFICATED. A.T.N. A. V 'Phone UWB4U0. . Outdoor Cases lAttended In surrounding Districts. TICKNER'S TENNIX SHOP o ff era — \y^ A FLA T TOP RACKET, Best English Ash, Genuine Overlay, 4-PIec/ prame strung to any desired tcrislai^fcEDlJCED from 32/6 to 25/ a FTO rranrp j a FREE PRESS, McDONAiiD'S The Merccr, Guildford (Next Door Mewsageiit.) A LIMITED number ONLY AVAILABLE?' M. MAY, / 4 ? . 18B GUILDFORD ROAD / 1 . (near WoodvUle Road)i V- GROCERIES, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY. LAUNDRY done at Shortest Notics Agent for George Austell an'd do. Seeds Phone: ITW830B. ] i — : — i ? ? ? i ? ! , ,,J'T,ciE TO beadWs I . Week. n«Uf, Ihl, otlce ' l^^enV , « posslbl? M Vel I * ? 'apleie1 j

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

? ? ? .M,grrjwiii iwiiwiw-ir ? ? I Your Winter Suit WITH THE STYLE AND CUT THAT DETERMINE SMART APPEARANCE ^ I j ORDER NOW!! \J Price* from £3/3/0 You pay 3/3 weekly. ALL WORK CUT AND MADE IN O UR OWN WORKROOMS. / OVERCOAT VALUE S.V Navy Velours 4f 5 /'You pay 2/3 weekly. | D.B. Waisted Style 39/ 1 1 You pay 2/' weekly, j (GREY TONINGS) D.B. Leather Coats 84 / ' You pay 4/3 weekly i (PAY IN THE SHOP, NO COLLECTOR CALLING) RED SPOT COUPONS GIVEN ALL CASH OIIDEHS ACCEPTED AT BRftDLEY'S Merrylands Road .... MERRYLANDS TENNIS PLAYERS ! i BENTLEY'S TOURNAMENT RESTRINGS .. .*/. 15/ BENTLEY'S SPECIAL 8/6, Sold elsewhere 9/ RACKETS ON EASY TERMS. KRAK-SHOT SENIOR RACKETS, usually 75/-, REDUCED t« 60/- See Our 'EXPERT' RACKET, 55/-. MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE, Sole Distributors for Krak-Shot on SOUTHERN LINE. TENNIS RACQUETS AND RESTRINGS. BENTLEY'S GUT. advertised elsewhere al 10/6— OUR I'RICE b 9/- y \ SLAZENOER RACKETS, usually sold at «5/N^)UR PRICE, 55/-' !!! GEE the NEW IMPERIAL RACKET, l...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

REGENT NEWS Will Rogers in 'County Chairman.' May 31 and June 1 — The fun starts Friday night:- Your favorite star as the lovable fire-eating small-town hero — Another grand role for this ? popular star, as a village politician who wins elections and arranges love m^tchts. Supported by Evelyn Venabie, Kent Taylor. Louise Dresser, Mickey Rooney and Stephin Fetchit. Second feature these two nights: Myma Loy and Geo. -vmb UX ouuuuuui wiui uonei Atuill. 'The most ' dangerous eyes on the whole cowtrtnent ' which is strong er, love of country or love of the heart? A picture of . international espionage. Saturday night - only; Fred Macdon ald ('Dave, '.'of Rudd family) will make - « personal appearance on the . stag? in some of his Inimitable sketches— ia treat mo ope should miss. Special feature ^or children at matinee, (t^ie Foster Boys' on the stage in aong and dance. A stupen dous week-end programme for adults and ;ehUdren. ? -Uonday and 'Tuesday, June' '3 and 4 — Bert' Bailey in 'Gran...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Minister Farewelled REV. J. POOLS, GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

Minister Farewelled REV. 3. POOL £2, GUILDFORD. The presentation and farewell extended to Rev. and Mrs. J. Poole and family, at Guildford Soldiers' Memorial Schcol of Ar us, on Wednesday, May 22, was attend ed by over 250 parishioners and friends. Mr Rohan presided and eloquently praised the rector's work in the parish. , 'He has built up a ministry which is going ! ^o be difficult to lollow, haying had a parkh of four chinches, with eight ser- i vices to be conducted. Now, being trans- 1 f erred by His Gracc the Archbishop to a j parish with one church, Rev. Mr. Poole ! » iisr out oi water, mis. Poole has assisted marvellously with her Sunday school -Rcrk and helped in sick cases, whilst no genuine case hag been turned away from her door,' t»aid tiie speaker. Mr. Rohan said he -hoped the people of Earlwood would appreciate Rev. and Mrs. Poole. Rev. JHL E. Rogers, ol Fairfield, said Mi'. Poole and his ia.mily would live long in the memory of thj people of Guildford. Mr. Cecil Morgan...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 30 May 1935

GUILDFORD TENNIS Pres. Church team played Rhode* 11, Pres. winning by eight games, after . a keen contest. i The baoks of silver or nickel brushes may be kept bright by rubbing with a flannel dipped in ammonia. To clean grained and' varnished paint, rub well with linseed oil. '

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