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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

William Metcal£e & Co. 1 , IiIMNBD- ? \ FUNERAL DDBBCTORS. , 11T, CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA, ' ' CW 8SSJ and tiW 883S. ; FUKCERALS CONDUCTED AT LOMyUST . . RATES. . ), - WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH [' i ANY CITY FIHM.

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

FASHION NOTES One of the loveliest and most elaborate gowns to ever appear before a camera will be'iK-rn by Greta Oarbo in her new Metro-Gold*vn-Mayer starrinff produc tion, 'Arms Kaicnlna.' The gown ap pears in a garden party sequence of the production and was designed by Adrian. It Is fashioned from hand embroidered organdl and will feature a mace of circular ruffles edged In laoe and satin uuuuii. im- Tiai. ut u. giganuc auair measuring three feet from one brim edge to the other. It is trimmed with flowers and lace ! Several yards of authentic Tahatlan skirt material brought to her by a friend gave Betty Furness an idea that will probably startle the guests at some smart formal party soon! Betty cut herself a pattern and fashioned an evening gown of this peculiar hand blocked fabric with Its brilliant ved background, and yellow flowers. The skirt Is a circular affair— and the waist is cut high In the front and low In the back. Patent leather straw combined will) velvet h quite th...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Standard for Shell Grit SUGGESTED SPECIFICATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Standard for SheJI Grit SUGGESTED snECDTICATION For some consld«rable time paii, the Standards' Association cr Australia, in conjunction Wth representatives of the poultry industry nnd the Department of Agriculture, lias been worldng on Uic formulalltm of standards for slxill irrlt with the object nf aJTcding 6Ome im provement with regard to the mpply of shell crit to DOUltrv farmers. 1A trnl.-ttUm standard, which war. drawn up. was sub mitted to Victoria for comments and sug grt.Hons, wMh th- resuB, Uiat it wa3 enrirrscd in tliat State. The commltt£ which has b'en dealing M,th Oi» mo«er lias new completed the work and the standards which arc given bcJow arc to receive wide puWcity wi'.h a view to obtaining suggestions Irbm all intercstn concerned as to any modifica tions or alterations dimmed necessary before IJic n^andards are finally nd-pted. Draft Specif ication: Australian Standard (or Shell Grit Cor VouUry (1) Scope. — This specification covers the physical and chemical requir...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
American Enterprise ACT AS "PERMANENT MAYOR" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

American Enterprise ACT AS 'PERMANENT. MAYOR' Six different Mayors have guided Sliepparton's (Victoria) destiny since last ycfir, the -procession being due to me unwillingness of their res,Tectlve Mayor esses to cope with the social whirl of ihe piosparous Victorian town. In the uelief that a Mayor in Ausralla is of til? Mime highly-paid species and of £uch vasi political influence as in America, a graduate of the New Ycrk University, luucnea by Hie cabled- reference to shep partoirs dilemma, has ofiered himself for importation as the 'permanent Mayor ol Shepparion.' The man is Harry St. Srlgel, of New York. His offer is con tained in the following letter, recieved by the snepparton Town Council: — 'Gentlemen, — I happened to read the ' ? a l.cm in the Not York Times' to-day, and I thought you anight bs imiiio.eu m impoiiing a permanent Mayor. The following is some infornia uun about myself: Agv, 29; education, graduate of the Nor York University, with a degree or Bachslor of Commer...

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

j' ~Td-NIGUT (Thursday) and TO-MORROW (Friday) at 8 pan.— Last ? I Niehts oC Paramount's Six-Star Musical Coined}-, j V COLLEGE RHYTHM', ? Abo, Puul MCU :n:d Butte DavLs in. 'BORDER'TOWN' and 'JACK FROST' ? ; (Coml-color Cartoon). J FRIDAY ONLY: ivxl Chapter cl t:jc New Serial 'THE RED RIDER,' star i . ring Buck Jones. MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. ' Hcservallrms :il shop adjoining ?nicH'.rc. or at Theatre, 'phone UW9778. Nj Extra charge for Bool:ing. This SAT., MON; & TUES., JUNE 15, 17 & 18. Evwnnp: nl 8 p.m.. nnd at Saturday Matinee at 2 p.m. .Slill Thry c-onin-lu-D more Gliuions Eslpndcd Season I'rodurtions listed tutetlicr tin Hie one Jig-inly Programme for Your ttitcrUlnmeiit ! |HJKjjSpfcrrc5*i«^M3rAvTO-MnEl^^^ll^l o/s toibutio in auswaiiA n|B&*£'jlSim2ZIUI|SI39H^H AND NtW ZEAlAtJO Of?... ^?^^^?S^^™*^^'^^^^^^^^^™ GBCATlf) AUSrRAlASIAtf Grand Supporting Feature at Every Session — M1KNA LOY, lUc e'rl you l°veo in 'The Thin Man,' with GARY GRANT and RO...

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

Nervous Breakdown VICTIMS AMONG UNEMPLOYED It is estimated that there are at least 3.000.000 people in Great Britain suffer ing from what is oflcn labelled a 'ller- vcit. breakdown' to such an extent as to require nodical care and treatment, says Hie medical correspondent cf iha London 'Morning Post.' In an issue cf the 'Bri.tsh Medical Journal' attention is called to thir-fa?t in conncc'.iun with a Giotijlical report c:i the incidence of 'pj-xhoneurosis' — the official word for functional nervous disorder:. — among panel patients in Glas ^4 . It fvas fcund that amon^ 1000 consecu tive patients referred to a medical referee because cf prok-ngea Incapacity for woik at least cne-lhird were definitely suffering Ircm a neirous breakdown. The details cf the report reveal points of importance, particularly with regard to unemployment. The maximum inci dence of ther; nervcus -troubles among men was toetween. Z5 and 44 years of a^e. and it was denniicly more often found among these who -wer...

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

MERRYLANDS ? . PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Oec. Lewis, of Mary lands, ore spending a holiday on the mountains. Mr. Hush Edwards. Lockwood-road, is home after, three weeks In Farramatta Hospital, where he underwent an oper ation. We wish him o speedy recovery. Miss Patty Mackell, or Merrylands rcad, was successful latt -week in n-inning the ladles' open tennis championship, at Mr. T. V. Gardner, «r Mcrrylands-road. Is confined to bed with a severe attack of bronchitis. His friends liope lor on early recovery. Ml-. Watts, of Manchester-slrecti Is spending a week's holiday at his daught er's residence ot Manly Vale. The engagement Is announced of Mis? Elsie Tigar. of Maron-tfreet. Merrylands. to Mr. Harry Wight, of Campsle. on. the occasion or her 21st birUiday. A pln&ant family -party was held at her parent's hemc. Our sympathy Is extended to Miss Stcrt-\ headmistress, of Infants' school, In the loss of her lather lart Tuesday week. He was cremated and tjie funeral took place at the...

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

?'?.,- ' . I A new line In Hose, full fashion™] twin Silk Ladies' Hose, only 3/3 at E. H. Line and Co., Gulldford. WUllam JTeahman, film star, iras en gaged first as a floor sweeper vrlUi the . Gaumont Ootnpany. :His first film port was In Tt: a. Wells' 'The' Mrst Men In ; the-Monn.' - ; . .

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

^-ur Winter; Suit * WITH THE SXVLE ANd' CUT THAT DETERMINE s'ilAKT APPEARANCE ORDER NOW. ^ PRICES FROM £3/3/0 You pay 3/3 weekly. ALL WORK CUT AND MADE IN OUR OWN WOKKB00MS. OVERCOAT SPECIALS: D.B. BODY FITTING 39/11 You pay 2/- weekly. LEATHER COATS 84/' You pay 4/3 weekly. WE GIVE YOU A PERSONAL GUARANTEE ! SWEATER COAT BARGAINS : / j Zipp Fasteners, Black and White Designs, 14/11. Black and White Pullovers, 14/11. , BRAOLEY'S MERRYLANDS and LIVERPOOL. RED SI'OT COUPON'S. ALL CASH O11U1;KS ACCEPTED. TENNIS PLAYERS! BENTLEY'S TOURNAMENT RESTRINGS ? 15/- BENTLE*Y'S SPECIAL 8/6, Sold elsewhere 9/ RACKETS ON EASY TERMS. KRAK-SHOT SENIOR RACKETS, usually 75/-, REDUCED, to 60/- See Our 'EXPERT' RACKET, 55/-. / MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE, x/ Sole Distributors {or Krak-Shot on -SOUTHERN LINE. VALUE AND SERVICE! You will nhynys Kci uglier value and service where goods arc bought for cash We are not Agents (ir Distributor* for any Racket Factory, and. in consequence, free to «11 at the Bcsi Pr...

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

Red Cross Exhibition Twenty-three of the J.R. Cross girls from Merrylands Public School attended . ths J.R.C. exhibition and pageant at the Sydney Town Hall recently. Twelve members represented 'fruit' and six .'the toothbrush brigade' in the health sots; Elsie' Grant represented 'Red Riding Hrod': Rhonda Matheson. 'most humor ous costume'; Dorothy Charoock and Joan McKenzie, 'the prettiest pair.' Joan wruip aj= w«traiia ' was successful in winning a prize. Twrnty-nine garments tnade. by the Mrrrylands members were entered as n-1-iT-ripetltlve exhibits and were much admired. On Saturday, June S. 20 members of Mirrylands Pi*!c School J.RC. visited the Parramatta District Hospital with their patrons, and, were shown through (he hospital by tlie matron. Baskets oi fruit, ejrgr., flowers ard books taken by the girls were gratefully received bv the pa'lenls. The visit was appreciated by matron and patients.

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

SOCCER S.D. ASSOCIATION Results of matches played last Sat urlay, June 8: — All Age: St. John's Park defeated smith, fii-ld. 4-1: Guildford Wanderers d. Merry lnnds, 0-2; Chester Hill beat Cabramatta, no .score. Under 10: Cabramatta boat I.O.O.F.. B-I: Guildford W.. a bye. FIXTURES FOR JUNE 15 All Age: St. John's Park v Guildford Wanderers. 3 p.m.: Chester Hill v Smitli ncld. 3: Merrylands v Cabrametta. 3. L'nd.-r 10; Cabramatta v Guildford Wr-nderers. 3 pm.: I.O.O.F.. a bye. COMPETITION TABLE ' ALL AGE P. W. L. PU Ouildford W ? 6 5 1 10 Men-ylands ? 6 4 2 8 Chester Hill ? 5 3 2 6 St. John's ? 4 3 1 6 Smithfield ? 5 1 4 2 Cabiamatta ? 6 0 C 0 Under 16 table published next week. (NOTES It is pleasing to note that the 4/3 Battalion will enter a team in the one lound comrxl-lticn, to commence about tile middle of July. Guldford Wandtrers no*- have a two point clear lead over any other team, but huve a tough nut to cratk when they miet St. John's out back on Satuioay. St. John's may be ...

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

GUILDFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL BOBBERY During the week-end thieves entered the public school at Gulldford. The cleaner first noticed something wrong on Monday morning and notified ths head Master, Mr. Petersen, and the police were informed. It was ascertained that a wireless set- had b2en stolen, alio some board, had- been broken down, the frame ? work of the forced- door was broken, but the lock and bolts had held. Parramatta. and Guildford police have bsen making investigations. Production of rice in N.S.W. is in creasing every year. Pity it has become so popular at weddings I

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

LOFTUS PARK & SOUTH GRANVIIXE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION Loftus Park and South Granville Pro gress Association' held their usual meet in? at the Church Hall, Loftus Park, on Thursday last, with the president. (Mr. J. J. Kimpton) in the chair. Thsne was a good attendance and one new member wa-. admitted. The pecretary was nstructrd to write Hclroyd Council a-idng it to lay drwn a fmrralh in Milita^-road, betw~fi Haiwlcsview and Guildford roads. Also. Gi-anville Council to form thosa portions of Marlon, Macarthur and Oxford streets where the new bridges are now comnletcd : alro to place a livht at the corner of Marlon and Macarthur streets.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Only one in Four LEAVES MORE THAN £100. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Only one in Four LEAVES MORE THAN £100. Half a million people die in Great Britain each year. Onlv ipproxi^nately one in four Icavas more than £100. v-iut ? in nve leaves more than £200 . One in six leaves £400, and one in nine leaves £700 or more. These facts are revealed by the latest report of the commissioners of Inland Revenue. Many men with comfortBble incomes, and even rich men. leave their depend ents -ill-provided for through failing to Insure against death duller. nnltr roi nnn nnn «f the r.Ri nnn nnn tstates liable to duty is insured. 'Many a man dtes leaving h'i'-i' »-- . tales, but his dependents find themselves practically penniless.' 'It is often found that the estate must be sold at a knock-out price, and that every asset must b? realised *o settle the death and estate duties. 'The poor man pays insurance regu larly.' There have b°en millionaires who have effected huge insurances on their own lives and-msi'.'ed in their wills that th-.ir heirs should do the same. The...

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

MERRYMAKERS VIGORO CLUB Playing against the Pals last Saturday Mtv-rymskcrs were easily beaten, by 51) luns. Pals batted fir.', and compiled 51: MiriyniF cers reylind with 41. In thi-lr .second innings Pals scored 82, leaving the hemn Hum 03 to =Jnake to win, of which they got 34. On- briii'il incident was a catch taken by Millie Fear, who dived full length to ink? a beamilul catch. Merrymakers meet Granvllle Diggers next Savu«ia.v at McGvcdic srcu'nd, back c[ the truant school.

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

V I G O R O. GRAS'VILLI-: & DIST. ASSOCIATION. ? The draw for Saturday. June 15, is as follows:— Holuyd v Robins. Jolly Girl? v Weniwa, Silver Star a bye. 'l*is g.-ounus ol aD&ve clubs are situated «t MuTylands. oranviliu and. Berala; Hclroyd auei Sliver S:ar. Jones Park'No. 1 ana 2: i:o].jyd will use Silver- StP.--.'5 wicket. No. '1. i.mil fuvtUer notice.' o^'ing to altciaticnb to Hi? park: Wcrriwa, Drill HcU gicunus. Wii-.'iH-.-'.'oad. GranvilU'. hioais. Law:i;n Squire Park. Menylancr: ana jD;Iy GiiK winer Kingsland and Barbsr ri-.. Bsiala. Tllis club will n.^e a eo-icieu- wicket until further notice. VIGORO PLA'i'ERS Ex-players, cr nr v B'Is dtsirous oi rjiiirrn-. ,-luo-. will je a-r:;ted if' they ccnimuhicaie \rtth tile association' secre- taiy. B. c'j.iiL\. 106 Piu-st.. West Gmri ville. ASSOCIATION MEETING At lost r^ciaticn meeting Mrs. Spinks was elrc'.rd pre-.-idcni. and Mrs. F.. SmlUi vice-p:c^Jti;:'il. Mr?. Spinks is captam of Jc-iy Gir-i I:o.n B?rala: Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL. BROUGHTON ST., GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

:' SPRINGFTEIJJ GOSPEL HALL, ' : , ? BBOUGHTON ST.. OCTILDPOPn . ; .' Sunday, 7.15 p.m., Qcspel Meetag. ' *'? Tucsda J^-30 p.m.. Mr. T: Merales. ;.' ' Thursday 8 p.m., Young People only.

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

GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. Foreign Mission Deputation, Juie 16 11 a.m.,. Rev. J. Fnubula. of Tonga, and Rev. W. R. Poole. ~ 2..4C p.m, Sunday School. 7.15 p.«n-,r Mr. W. G. Hanson.

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

JHE CHURCHES LOFTCS PARK CIIUKCU OF ' ' CHRIST C.E. every Lord's Day at W in. Morning Meeting at 11 a.m. Speaker, Bio. Gardiner. Missionary . frccn China. Bible School at 3 p.m. Gospel Service, 7.15 p.m. Speaker, Brs. Clydesdale.

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

Birthday Party. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent at a pally given by Mr. and Mrs. Hyp ping, at their rtsidsnee, 308 Gulldford road. Guildford, in henor of their little (('???olMpr P-iid'-. (curth birthday. After enjoying themselves playing games, etc., i.-» t-» «a«n io a aEii^.utai least amidst streamers and balloons especially arrang prt for tllp ,v.-a;iflil. Thft tables W?rc tastefully decorated, and Enid acted her part admirabliy. Slie later blew out the four candles adorning h;r beautiful cake, and with h=r another's hslp manageo lu cut it. All her little friends contributed to Uie fun with songs arid recitations, even to ths little lo'.s. and whin all ilw nice things -wtrs part: i .en of to the fullest -games were again indulged in with the kind end Icviiig help of Miss Mary Board leaking on as a queen among the little ones. The presents were numerous nnd beau tifLU brought alcn» by Euid'f wellwlshers, namcly.'Pattie Ford. Jcani= Sudkw. Bar bara Sudlow. Gwen Nichois. Gloria...

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