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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

COMING EVENTS (Two lines, 6d per insertion; four insertions, 1/6) Mothers' Club Tnnrnament. Pines Cauit Railway Terras. Gnildtord, June 12. MOTHERS* Club, Guildford; Owing to / . weather and all books not returned. Raffle / ' for Doll will be drawn in Jyly. \y THE Next DANCE qfOuildford Sub branch R.S.^.LIJlH-n «*?- June 15. at Memorial Hall.- I^erial Orchestra. A HOU£E PARTY w#6 be held at 13 Warwiclr Rd., MERRYLANDS on ^TOIDAY, JUNE 8, 8 p.m. Plenty of Pun. Prizes and Games. ALL INVITED. SILVER COIN COLLECTION. GRAND CARNIVAL NIGHT The First of a Series of Socials, to be conducted during the winter months, ASSEMBLY HALL GUILDFORD, SATURDAY, JUNEf 8, 1935. I Jui OH-Tiqt Danclnr. Novelties and. \QMblUoa Dances. IVally Stephens' Blue Rhythm Orchestra Good Floor. Efficient M.C. ADMISSION : ONE SHILLING ladles In (the Hall before 7.45 p.m^' will be admitted .Half-price/'^ FOR SALE, Push JJike.Jfeewheel. re built, new parts, b°s^Qff&. Bennett, 1 Wynyaxd-st., Guildford; off Woodv...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 6 June 1935

RETURN THANKS.—Mr. and Mrs. G. Davies and family, 78 Cardigan-st., Guildford, desire to thank all friends for their kindness, letters, cards and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREACHED IN CHINESE COSTUME [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

PREACHED IN CHINESE COSTUME At Gulldford Baptist Church last Sun day, Mr. Gardiner, of the China Inland Mission, conducted all the services. He spoke of the early work of the mission aries, describing it as 'wonderful.' In the afternoon, drescsd in Chinese cos tume, he described how they first tunned characters for the written lan-m&»a whtnii ' greatly Interested the children. The prizes were afterwards presented to the Sunday school scholars, many who were there being accompanied by their par ents and friends. The evening meetings was conducted by the young men, as usual, ij-hich Is once every month. Mr. Gardiner was the preacher, his theme being 'The ideal woman of the Old Testament.'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN LEGION Guildford R.S.S. Club [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

TIIE AOSTRALJAN LEGION Gulldford R.S.S. dub jiic ciuo ncid its month!' dance hi uic Memorial Hall on Saturday last About 140 cancers were in attendance and en joyed themselves to the delightful Etrains cf Young's orchestra. The Australian Legion Headquanters were In attendance and the State president, Mr. w. Gibb, A very delightful supper was served* by the Ladies' Auxiliary at the Interval, dur u«s- wjutu uic neaaquaners tioay was introduced to the assembly The club donated two very nice prizes fbr novelties, and these were contested during the personality barn dance th winners being Mrs. W. Butters and. Mr. W. Lowe. The profits from this dance are to be donated to headquarters to enable them to extend their activities. The ladies also donated a decorated iced sponge for a lueJiy ticket, the lucky holder being Mr. Wimpton, ot South Granville.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN LETTER TO MR. McNAUGHT, SECRETARY R.S. & S.I.L.A. GUILDFORD (To the Editor, "Broadcaster") [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

OPEN LETTER TO MB. McNMJGHT, SECRETABT R.S. & SXUA, GUILDFORD (To the Editor, 'Brodcaatsr') Sir,— Appearing in this well-read ana * distributed paper ot 23/5/36 was on article signed by you, thanking the al dermen of Holroyd for placing a return ed soldier In the above council, and you concluded by saying the Diggers won't forget. In .other words, 'we will work and vote for your return. Now, Mr. Mc Naught', as a returned Australian sol dier, with four and a half years service abroad. I was always led to believe thai the League was non-polltlcal and non party; bnt as one who thinks Inter nationally, I thank you lor your open statement et your League's policy, which Is like the winds of GalUpoli— change- able. But I must not stop et those remarks, because your statement bears something more significant than that to the work rrs rf nuildlord. T must, Mr. Mc Naught, draw your attention to histor ical facts that face the workers all over the world, regardless of what arm ies they...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

1 ? ' j Frid. & Sat, June 14 & 15 ALSO 'Let's be Ritzy' CARTOON and NEWS REEL. Mon. & Tues., June 17 & 18 ttJlHt a Ulonder ^^ Program flPt* ????fflfcB/ / LAUGHTER ^^^^K S^^^^B ^?^?yfrY ^l* jft^/jf '-'* * ^ rt^^J**™ 'V^' ^i^S^St ????'?. mary CARLISLE V^Jk «TU X « JLl Jl^ Directed by George. Steveny Story? ±— ———.,— ^--^—^—JZ—1 screen pity, muuc end lynn by ?????i^^^^^^M^^M^MB Bert Kalmar end Hern Ruby. |_ ? — -^— . ? Thursday Night Our Jmz Dance — . ? . ' — ' ? : ? - y Coming, June 21 & 22: Janet Gaynor and War ner Baxter in 'Paddy the Next Best Thing.' Saturday^ Matinee, June 22 i Mickey Mouse Wedr . ding. Free Wedding Cake to 3II Childi-en. - . ?''' -. *. '? ? -.' ? : 1 ?: ? '??-'???'.??'? '- . ?? ?/- ' ? . ?DNDER NEW MANAGEMENT / M. TAYLORk/ . ' -late LAMB'S) ^^ -.-.. SS-) OBH.DFOItD ROAI- CONFECTIONERY, 'SOFT DRINKS and GROCERIES WE CATER for AFTERNOON TEAS OUR HOME-MADE CAKES are Delicious - CALL in at PICTURE INTERVAL. YOU MAY WHIP OUR CR...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

CAREY'S CITY-PRICE DRAPERS & MERCERS. Offer You Keen Value? for the Wintec^ ( LADIES' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS, nicely Embossed, usual 6/11. NOW 3/ 11 LADIES' FLANNELETTE NIGHTS, White and CoV-red, worth 2/11, - '; NOW 2/3' LADIES' CREPE NIGHTS, White and OolSrs, usual 2/6. NOW 1/6 Ladles' SILK & WOOL VESTS, BoDd's ? 2/G 2/11 3/6 & 3'U . Ladies' SILK At WOOL HOSE, a!l shades ? 1/111, 2/S. 2/11 Full-Fashloncri SILK & WOOL HOse, usual 4'11 ? NOW 3/11 Laconia Blankets at Sydney Prices (iUARANTEED FOE TWELVE YEARS.. Single Bed 25/-, Tlircequartcr 35/-, Double 31/6, Large Double Bra t'/G Pair. LAY-BY NOW. ' Knitting Wools at Sydney Prices 4-PLY 6d, 3-PLV SUPER 7id, 2-PIy SJJPER 7Id, CREPE WOOL 7',d. ENTER Itae KNITTING COMrETI*U-^, School of Arts, 3VLY 6th Job Purchase of Double Width Dress Flannel SPECIAL VELOUR FINISH, in all the Best Shades, usnally 3/9- ' NOW 2/11J. .' ? EIDERDOWN QUILTS. Best Quality Kapok ..'TTl9/ll, 25/, 35/, 39/6 '? FINLAY'S WHITE TWILL...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILD FORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

GUILD FORD PERSONAL The eldest son of Mr. W. Williams, ol Baiigo-sirccl, was recently seriously hurt, when he fell over a cliff at Manly. while fishing. He was a resident of Bahrain. A well-known Gulldford youth, Norman Isaacs, of Cardigan-street, recently met with an accident to Ills foot, at work; but he is ncv improving. His elder broth er. Wally. outers Paramatta HosplUl again this wrek for a further operation. Mr. Coik and his daughter Marie, ot Guildford-rcad, arc away/:-H8Hilton on thr- Sourh Cnafl. with r/- '^enjoying a fortnight's holiday, '.i ???'?' Mr. w. J. Hughes, of HU.ksvicw-street, is still a patient In Sydney Hospital, where he has boon for the last five weeks. Ml-s Eileen Madden, of Excelsior-street, is shortly to enter Sydney Hospital lor nasal treatment. Mrr. Dcvaney has sold her hous; in Railway-strei't. and now resides In Parra matta. Mrs. Plain's daughter. Mrs. Bcag, has bocn slaying with her mother at Jun'clion sticet. OJd Guilafmd, for five months' holiday, ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Merrylands Robbery MAN COMMITTED, & FINED £50 [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Merrylands Robbery MAN COMMITTED, & FINED 150' At Parramaita Police Court on Fri day, Stanley O-Halloran (26) was charg ed with stealing a quantity of 'paid' cheques and certain documents of the Bank of N.S.W., Mcrrylands; and a re volver. 8,1 and six- cartridges from the offices cf Smllli Bros., Merrylands. Detective Flint said that, with other police officere. lie showed defendant the blirdlC (if f hr-n1lOC nll^ rnU IT ..n^AP stand tliat ycu handed this bundle ol cheques to a man named Vivian in a garage up tile road here this evening. The defendant replied 'That's right. I bought, those and a pisto] off a man in the pub. for two bob this evening. The publican was there-: he saw the man give them to me. and he knows !t\s . Eric Ward Vivian, garage proprietor, Merrylands, said ihat about 5.45 p m. qn May 25 defendant, who was a total stranger, and who appeared to have tod a few dri.lKs. brought a parcel to the Enrage and oFked if he could leave it . there for c. Ryan, who w...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN WHEELED IN BARROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

. MAN WlMSIilAD IN BARROW. weTiht'aSCi!^clc %& nian I3 ston' -ta '' weignt ^itttog. ift a wheeTbarrow: and tang twndl^-50 .miles alongthl road in St^ys M acmcrei at ?». Chalet 1 On the itMd from Becchworth to Buf fob tliere is for]2 miles an up grade of a foot Sn ltj for a quarter of a^nUe Bft. in height, and weighs 14st. Kay Francis, screen favorite, was lmrn on PrUay.- 13th 4ay of the WtHncSS tfte_ 13th girl;to take ths test which start ea iier -m _ja film .career. . ? r

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS. Merrylands-Guildford versus University [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

, CHESS. ' Merrylandt-Guildford versus University The above C grade match played on June 10, at the School of Arts. *esulte-J . fn a win for Merrylands. J5lxjcaaBi»et». ? nlnyed. University winning 3 and Merry lands 3, but Dnivcrsity, by sending only six players over, forfeited on» ram» and lo*t the match; Msrrylands thus winning by 4 games to 3. Scores— Merrylands: W. Morris 0. W. Pink 0. R. Ogden 1, c. Anstey 1, F. Demi 1. A. Mcrlino 1, T. Mtrlino 0 — 4. Unl '»rfitv: R. Harner 1. R. Healcv 1. T. F^wards 0. N. PTberts 0, absent 0. T. U'l-kle fl. L. Collins 1—3. The rtudents u-ere a strong coirhin atlon i-nd included scm» v—v fine olav ers. »rd the Merrvlonds Clr.b It to be comrralulatrri en havine a vlrtory over sii^h r»f'.-ubt'b!9 ----onen*'! and on win nln-' their first mrtch In the ccTip'tltlon. Tho n»vt rna'-h l-: btoIii.' St. O'^re» on June 19. at the Millions dub Sydney.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tickner's Tennis Shop [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Tickner'* Tennis Shop/ OFFERS -a Fiat-toj) Racket, Best Eng lish, f Ash,4 Genuine-, Overlay. ' 4-piccu Frame, strung f-to'i any flcslrcd itciislon REOUCE1D from 32/6 to'2B/-. A FREE' Cover and a Free Press: View this Won derful Bargain ? at MCDONALD'S, the McrcCT,- GulldtanJ -ncxt dTOr News agent), a Limited Number onlv available. ?? .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH GRANVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

SOUTH GRANVIIXE A social wa% held in aid of St. Thtmav Ol'tiroli. Wo-rt\1ll?-ro3d. last, Saturdav afternoon and evening. Conlrhntlnns vie givni bv tnid'snfv^jle In the Hlstr'rt. Thpv plnn tn get a new organ' for the church shortly.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

TENNIS GAMBBUX CUP ASSOCIATION B Grade: Merryvffle I 4/44 d. Delwood I 5/40; Laurels II 5/47 d. Clareniont 4/40; Laurels I 9/54 -L Delwood II 0/26; Hal cyon 8/50 d. MErryvUle U 1/32. ' O Grade— Jttv. .1: Rainbow 7/50 d. Cheerio E/21; Eoroilta 8/40 d. Bodean 6/38; The Corals 6/47 d. Tllban Jun I 3/28. Dlv. S: Debnonte 7/52 * Rainbow II 2/32; Edenlea 5/45 d. Halcyon 4/39. Dlv. ^3: MUjan Jun.- 8/47 d. Bodean II . .3/36; The Laurels 0/54 d. jOoolah. n 0/34; Loftus 1^49 d. Merryville 2/33. . Novice— Belmont 6/46 -d. Loftus 3/26; The Nevln 6/48 d. Laurels 3/36; Merry - vUJe J7/4B .dii.Harcourt 3/18; Detoionte ? smm r Edenlea 4/39. ' ? -?? Sunday Morning Gent'F.— c Grade: Edenjea 7/47 d.- Bodean 1/24; Rainbow 6/44 d: Ctarrniont3/25; Coolah I 5/30 d. DevU «wn 3/35; Boronia 7/44 d. Coolah U 1/23. ' Oon't despair next time you burn a saucepan, but fill it with hot water 1o - which a handful of kitchen salt has been added and leave, it ftend for an hour or imo. i Then. nib with a course cloth ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOFTUS PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

. LOFTUS PARK A recipient of the King's Jubilee Medal h Mr. Jchn Clydesdale minister nf Hi-? Olnirchi-; --.f Christ at Loftus Park and Oanlcy Vale.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES BAXTER AND MYRNA LOY AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

FILM FLASHES ' BAXTER AND MYRNA LOY AGAIN The casting of Myrna I/-y opposite Warner Baxter In Prank Capra's Colum bia picture. 'Broadway BUI,' which will be at Merrylands Cinema1 tills Saturday. Monday and Tuesday evenings, and Sat urday matinee, brings her together again with the first leading man she ever had on the screen. This is a romantic com-/ cdy in which Baxter plays a reckless, 1-ivcable rousabcut, and Miss Loy is a finite-loving, feminine counterpart of him. ? AIR ADVBNTORE PICTURE. i^ary urajit u- hkbiii tttani ui u rule ju an aviation film, 'Wings in the Dark.' The picture, starring Grant with Myrna Loy, will be a feature at Merrylands Cinema tills Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings, and matinee on Sat urday. Grant plays the part of a scientific ? explorer of Uie air, a man who strives lo make aviation safe by perfecting blind flying. When he Is blinded by an acci dent, Myrna Loy, the girl who loves him, h?lps him ti carry on his work with money she earns In spectacu...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Read 'The Biz' Newspaper for Rnnthern. District News. R. E. PETERS / MERRYLANDS ROAD / (Rear of Young's), / ? MERRY1AND8. -^ THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PMJMBER - GABFITTER and DRAINER ' ' Established 20 Years. Estimates Free. All Work Guaranteed. Sanitary Work a Speciality. PHONE: DW8464. Printed and published for the nroorletors by W. J. Bright, at 'The Biz' News-, paper office, Smart-st., Pairfleld. NJS.W

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

f THIS WEEK is MUSIC WEEK. f HAVE YOU EVER TRIED THE EFFECT OF A LITTLE MUSIC WHEN THINGS GQ, WRONG ? You cannot' sing and be unhappy ! There's COM MUNITY SINGING In .the air, arid the BOOK OF WORDS is a great help. W« aim have ttfe MUSICAL SETTING. The JUBILEE BOOMERANG SONGSTER has ttie Latest Songs. Then there are ALL the ANNUALS/and SONG BOOKS to choose from. We have a DAILY SEWHCE for Piece MueT.c and Students' Music. The Usual Dlscot\j^-Ulowed Certified Teachers. MOUTH ORGANS in all keys. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. i FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. SWEETNAM, Pro prletor f SERVICE WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY. ^/ ALU ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASINO. WYNALL CYCIjE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FRliE PHONE: UW91I2 I PER MANE NT WAVING j \ 12/6 to 25/- : ? EUGENE METnODS. GUARANTEED SIX TO NINE MONTHS. ? I SOFT NATURAL WAVES, WITH RINGLET ENDS. ; S ABSOLUTELY LATEST METHODS AND MACHINES USED. : ; PERSONAL EXPERT ATTENTION. .' : j THELMO...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

? ? / McDonald's, ^ Guildford's City-Price Mercers and Drapers Men's ALL-WOOL FLANNEIS. 3 11 BOYS' SERGE TROUSERS ... 2 '6 Warm Winter PYJAMAS, from 4/- pr. LADIES' SCARVES '..' ? 1/11' COAT SHIRTS, 3 11. 4,11. 511, 0 11 ' Ladies' SILK & WOOL HOSE . 1/H GOLF SHIRTS from 2 11 -o 8 11 PURE LINEN TEA TOWELS... 1,-6 DRESS SHIRTS .. .. 8.11 to 10/6 Traced Aprons, Centres & Tablecloths S.C.Il. COUPONS GIVEN. LAY-BY ES ana CASH OKDERS ACCEPTED. ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDANS AVAILABLE. WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTIES AND TOURS, AND ALL CLASSES OF PRIVATE HIRE. ' / Phone: UW9260 V AT ANY HOUR. - J. MEALIA, Proprietor. WVNYARU STBEET ? ; ? GUILDFORD MERRYLANDS GARAGE OPP. PICTURE SHOW. MERRYLANDS. jT . (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) / A/ WE SPECIALISE IN HIGH-PRESSURE GREASING. ALL MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED- PROMPTLY. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. RING U\Vf)801. ? _ ? :_. ? ?, BY BERVICE . WE GROW, / THE BEST WAY WE KNOW. X Merrylands Motors (...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

MIIULJIII.1.UUI..U ? U..UI^L'-''» TAXIS AMD. Private Hire Car& E. DKVESON, JUerrylanda Phone: UW9693

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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