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FAREWELL To Popular Merrylands Girl [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

FAREWELL To Popular Merrylands Girl On Saturday night last in School ot Arts. Merrylands, MUs' N. Merlino. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlino. *ho are on the committee of tbe ficliool ot Arts. gave a send-off of Miss I. Scott, of MnUhew-street, Merrylands. who is leav ing for Queensland next month. Them were 70 guestc, and they liad a very enjoyablt evening. Miss 1. Scotts was dreised in white maydolin satin, wit?i a fh-rt train; J. Scott, pink satin; Mrr.. Scott, navy crepe and blue swagger coat; Miss N. Merlino. blue taffeta; Miss N. Mernno -frcm Bondi), pink taffeta; Miss G. But ter, green «atin; Miss L. Lola, black and white sand crepe: Miss D. Stubbs, white organdl; Mirs E. Tigar, pink morocaln; Miss D. Tigar. green morocain: Miss P. Kennedy*, white - crinkle crepe; Miss M. Ives, figured georgette; Mb? P. Blackwell, blue georgette: Miss M. Cummings, ea» do nil satin; Mi£s I. Smith, pink iaUn; ' Miss M. Alexcandi. figured silk: Mis* K Ah'xcandi, red .sand crepe; Misses Maisle ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION Jacobs' B Grade Competition Competition Table [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

VIGORO. GRANVILLE &. DIST. ASSOCIATION Jucubs' B Grade Compelllion Competition Table . P. L. W. D. B. Pis. SS™5^-, ? 10100 1 ™ L S ?? ?? ?.10010 2 ? 10 0 10 2 5°bln5,, ? 1 1 0 0 0 0 Silver. Star ? 0000 1 0 Saturday's Results , H°lrp-ti S3 and 7 wickets for 27 (total. 1301 defeated Robiiis 43 and 71 /lo.al 110) by 4 wickets and' 10 run,;. 54 a,'d SO dotal 104) drew ttlth Werriu'a 35 and 69 uctal 104). Sllvta- star a by?. The draw for Saturday. June 22. is as follows:— Rcbins v Silver Star, Werrlwa v Holroyd, Jolly Girls a bye. Comments on Results Mrs. Spinks. captain of Jollv Girls, must be complimented on the way 'she controll ed her team in their first game In tha competition. All clubs anticipated that Jolly Girls, would give a fair account of themselves, but to draw .Aiih ths winnew of the Challenge Cup was not expected. O. Feruon and E. Denham. Jolly Girls' opening pair, put up 32 for the first wic ket, quite a handy seeie. Wcrriwa Club was handicapped through the absenc...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

Pay as You Wear Suits 1 Special Easy Terms Suits to Measure i */?-.; £3/15/- 3/9 Deposit 3/9 Weekly £4/4/- 4/3 Deposit 4/3 Weekly ?«,. p £5/5- 5/3 Deposit 5/3 .W^yi*®; £6/6/-. 6/3 Deposit 6/3 Weekly i Ladies' Costumes « MAN - TAILORED TO MEASURE from £3/15/0 ; BRADLEY, 'S / MERRYLANDS & LIVERPO^ ^ / Guildford Chamber of Commerce ^ *?. *?%, $ Announces Its Prize-Givirtg Competition. t' 1 K WHICH THE SHOrriNG rUBLIC WHXr -'i^$lgKED TO-'. ' I TEST THEIR SKILL. ' ?? , The undermentioned Shopkeepers will, next and iSvERY.^fetDAYr '-i Give a Numbered Ticket to Every Purchaser of Goods to the,- Value .. 1/- or over. f / SHOPPERS will bc_ invited to Test their Skill by Solving the SIMPLE PROBLEM which will appear in the Window of ?. .1 J ? -fyp P ADD I SON, FRUITERER J on FRIDAY. Write your Solution and Name on back of Ticket, and place In Box ,?V ^ - provided by all shops taking part in the scheme. , Prizes of 10/- and 5/ - will be awarded to the 'FIRST and SECOND Correct or neares...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS AT MERRYLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

TENNIS AT MEBRYIANDsS'-V:' 1 The following genuenien— Messrs. Wll lard. Moon;, Bonnett and woods.'ttie well ' faMTO^BUAweU-Qip plajaa^^i»e^gdiefl ' ' have'been antrngeSh^ SlmpsonS^mrts . teamOf Meirylan^ladlesunderittoiaap-! taln.o! Jto,.-Du^/M»^,oo!Riurad«y,y;/a June^O. cfr Slnmson's . court, Mernlands- . .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTEREST TO DIGGERS (To the Editor, "Broadcaster") [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

INTEREST TO DIGGERS (To the Editor, 'Broadcaster') Sir, — Re the open letter in your issue 13/6/35. In the first place, neither gentleman is a resident of Holroyd muni cipality. Mr. McNaught's letter of the 23/5/35, was a mixture of ancient history and relief work matters, with no bearing on 'preference to Diggers.' It may be classed as sub-branch propaganda. But what is in a name? Digger Brown seems to overlook the fact that aldermen ad minister the Acts, and do not make them, crn5-«quently the opinions they express on an Act cut no ice. — Yours faithfully, 'REGGro.' Guildford, 16/6/35.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

\0 — — ? ; ? — Friday and Saturday June 21 and 22 |j|^^ II YOUR FAVORITE PAIR- ' I JANET. GAYNOR and WARNER BAXTER, in a Wonderful Picture. - GEORGE O'BRIEN, in ''When a Man's a Man' love in her heart FOX NEWS and SHORT. tensity at her command... fighting wilh a fiery temper ; SATURDAY MATINEE: ... but lovable, irresistibly , ; ? lovable! !! ? WHOOPEE CHILDREN ? !! xjanet Free Wedding Cake GAYNOR ON THE STAGE: BAXTER- The Wdd™g of . PAD D Y MICKEY & MIN THE NEXT BEST THING ?Walter connolly ? HARVEY STEPHENS .MARGARET LINDSAY I'/jnlN ' MARYMcCORMIC . C Directed by Harry Lachman ^ Screcn play by Edwin Burke 1 »\ MONDAY AND TUESDAY: Wuh alt her money she ar-a^Ksu couldn't buy I V®5S(* f. IrWl A 1 the man she , -? AlSO ? Canary' W w, Better than 'Three ALSO ? Dollar lr5lx JOEL McCRCA ihiifcv F A V W R* Y „ ?JW . HENRY STCPHCNSON JJ Im'E^SSS Kansom NEWS REEL Thursday Nigfjht Our Jazz Batice Comipg: Abdees' Animal Circus, 'Music, in ? the, Air,' 'Babes in Toyland,' 'Baby, Take .. ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIGHT IN TELEPHONE BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

LIGHT IN TELEPHONE BOX South Granvllle-Loftus Park Progress Association requested Holroyd Council to assist in securing a light in tlie nubile telephone box at corner of Myall and Roseberry streets. It was suggested that council mlgh guarantee the deficiency in revenue, which for the first year waa £12/10. Aid. Styles moved that council ask the department to place the light in the box, and point out that light would increase the revenue. — The motion. was carried.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILM FLASHES LONDON'S 'BIG GEN' AS CUPID [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

FILM FLASHES LONDON'S 'BIG GEN' AS CUPID. Famous old 'Big Ben/ the clock that has krsjt time In London for more than s century, made its debut on the screen rcccnLly in the role of Cupid. The huge Umepicce was a backgound for a scene with Helen Hayes in 'What Every Wo man JCnm' to be ?hown nt Merry lands Cinema this Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, at evening sessions only. Brian Aherne (leading man) had the n/i1/- rvf « of Pfl rHnmimt. U'lin fights his way to political prominence from the obsnurlty cf a Scotch town to attend the daily sessions in London.. At i each adjournment' the light in Big Ben j is turned off a? a signal — the sweetheart*; I -- and relatives know tlie members arc on their way home. SONGS FOR COLBERT IN NEW FILM Claudcttc Colbert's golden singing voice, heard only once before on the | screen, is a feature of her new Para- j mount film, 'The Gilded Lily,' screen- j ing at Merrylands Cinema, this Satur day, Monday and Tuesday. The film pre sents Miss Colbert as a ha...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

R. E. PETERS * MERRYLANDS ROAD (Rear of Young's), MERRYLANDS. THE ORIGINAL LICENSED PLUMBER - GASFITTER and DRAINER Established 20 Years. Estimates Free. All Work Guaranteed. Sanitary Work a Speciality. PHONE: UW0464. Printed and published for the proprietors . by W. J. Bright, at 'The Biz' News paper office, Smart-st., Fairfield, N.S.W . FOR CHOICEST FRUIT & FKESI1 VEGETABLES, Try— Merrylands Fruit Palace 184 MERRYLANDS ? ROAD. RELIEF ORDERS ACCEPTED. T. MERLINO. Proprietor. 'RENOWN' FRUIT PALACE OPPOSITE NEWSAGENCY, GUILDFORD. Where the GOOD POTATOES are ! THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL : One Pol)nd Beans FREE to Customers (pending 2/- or more on rSlDAT Ic SATURDAY. This Special Applies to Relief Orders.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R.S. & S.IL.A. New Branch Formed at Merrylands [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

R.S. & S.IL.A. New Branch Formed at Mcrrylands. About 50 DigRcrs assembled nt tlie Sclifwl of Arifi on Thursday nitjht, to rlcct olliccr^ for a new branch or the KJSJS.I.L.A., lo be calli-d tlie 'Sherwood Hrancii.' Mr. y. J. Stephenson, ol tJ»e State executive, was present, and con ducted the election. He read a letter Irrjn the general secrel^rj', Mr. JJanijcirt. slatiti^ Uiat the State Executive had unaiiimcusly granted a charter. Mr. Chandler (chairman) oj)-Micd the meeting with two minutes' silence, and that the meeting was being held in the School cf Aits because, the St. Matthew's Hall was not available, and nut with any i idea cl cncroachng --n tlie other branch's j area. i Mr. Stophcnson said he 'va.*; delighted to be present, and gsad thai tttie State Executive had seen fit to grant a chajl-er. There was room for another sub-branch, and judging by the large number present it wa& going to be a real live body. After the election of officers, each of whom were ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

HAVE YOU SEEN ? — ? 'DECORATION,' the New Book, lelrng hcu- to make the old home Modern and Comfortable. Pull ol Illustrations showing Homes and Home Necessities. It is only Cd Month. THE NEW ALARM CLOCK that Chimes, and if you don't cet that Chimes, and if you don't get up ! ARE YOUR ALARM CLOCKS IN ORDER ? We can have them Repaired for you . Cyclops Strollers for Baby. 16/6. Baby Stiaps, 1/6 and 2'6 Set. SOMETHING NOW FOR THE BOYS ? — Magic Tricks, manufne itured by a Magician: No. 1 to 6 to liand. Id each. FOOTBALLS — SPECIAL this week-end, LESS TEN PER CENT GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. SWEETNAM, Proprietor SERVICE WORK EX ECUTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITY PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WVNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONE: UW91I2 j PER MANENT WAVING j \ 12/6 to 25/- j | EUGENE METHODS, GUARANTEED SIX TO NINE MONTHS. ? S SOFT NATURAL WAVES. WITH RINGLET ENDS. \ S ABSOLUTELY LATEST METHODS AND M...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

McDONALD'S, Guildford's City-Price Mercers and Draper# For the Men : i Special for This Wecfei ANOTHER NEW RANGE of SHIRTS from 411 to 126. TABLECLOTHS, . WINTER WEIGHT PYJAMAS, ' WHITE DAMASK MERCERISED from 4 '- I (slightly imperfect! BLACK SOCKS (Indiana) J/6 Pair ' 90in. x 541n., Hemstitched, 6. '6 Each S.C.R, COUPONS GIVEN. USE OUR LAY-BY. ! ! ! ? DE-LUXE ? ! ! ! PRIVATE CAR HK SERVICE ; # LUXURIOUS HUDSON SEDA&' AVAILABLE. % . ' « WEDDINGS, THEATRE PARTllS/AND TOURS, AND ALL CLASSES OP PRIVATE HIRE. ,*i- ? Phone: UW9260 / AT ANY HOUR. J. MEAUA, proprietor. * v WYNVARI) STREET ? ? GUILDFORD * MERRYLANDS GAR^jflft^ OPP. PICTURE SHOW, MERRYLANDS. (J. WAYMAN, Proprietor) ' '' WF. SPECIALISE IN UIG H-PKESSl'RE GHEASfKO/ ^^^^j! AI.L MOTOR REPAIRS AND SERVICING EXECUTED PKOiifnBMBR|lf ' WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK RING lIH'jltl. ? ? i ^ BY SERVICE WE GROW, ? J . THE BES$. WAY WE KNOW. fj Merry lands Motors1 (E. W. VIVIAN, proprietor) MERRYLANDS ROAD, MERRYLANDS Phone: UW8608 axmao ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

I William Metcalfe & Co. ' ! t LIMITED j ; ^ A FUNERAL DIRECTORS, J f. A? in CHURCH ST.. PARRAMATTA. ' j HW 8831 and \JW 8»M. ! FUNERALS CONDUCTED AT LOWEST j t i ) RATES. . S ; t V ? WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH j ANY JIBM. |

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

THOMPSON'S - w ' 1 Flaked Oats .... 2 lb. A%A Large Coffee Essence, 104d pkt Skim flSilk Powder . . . . 6£d Dried Apples ? ? 7£d lb. Raipberr? J*m . . . . 9*d tin Mixed Bucaits . . . 7£d lb. Bournerile Cocoa .. 6 id w . 122 and 174 MI WEEK-END Pkt SEEDED RAISINS -| f 1 J Pkt. lb .S.R. FLOUR X X2U TIN HORLICK'S ~7~ MALTED HDLK 9/ jVad MIXER T ilRRYLANDS wBf. | SPECIALS lib. SEEDED DATES liij £ lb. MEADOWLEA * laU GREtM PEAS Ail Two Packets - c. ? : j P' ! 1 A L : ITS Large Rabbits .... 7Jd each Pure Beef Dripping, 2 lb, 8£d Hunter River Sausages, 5£d lb Freih Grompets .... 6Jd doz. Devon Sauiage . . . 6£d lb. Bacon Ruben . . .» 9^d lb. Best Brawn ? 8£d lb MERRYLANDS. FOR BETTER VISION j Which means BETTER HEALTH I Consult — : ' C. McKENZIE, M.I.O. OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN Moxham Chambers 147a CHURCH ST., PABRAMATTA. (over Henderson and Greggs) and 47 McARTHUR ST., GUUDFORD Phone: UW917B OPTICIAN to the New Soutb Wales Education Department tor the /supply ' Of SCHOOL CHILDREN'S ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER. SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

SOCCER. SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION Results of marches played on Saturday. June 15; — All Age — Chester Hill drew with Smith field, 4*4; Merrylands beat Csbramaiia, 10-1 : St. John's Park beat Guilctrord 'Wanderers, 1-0. Under 16— Cebrsmatta beat Guildford Wanderera, 6-2; I.O.O.P. a bj*e. FIXTURES, SAT., JUNE 22 - All' Age— -Merrylands v St. John's Park, 3 pjn.; Guildford Wanderers v Chests Hill; Smithfleld v Cabramatta. Under ie— LO.O.P. v Guildford Wand erers, at Fairfield Park at 3 pjm.; Cabra matta a bye. UNDER 16 COMP. TABUS P. W. L. B. Pts. Cabrsmatta ? 4 4 0 1 10 I.O.OJ. ? S 1 2 2 6 Guildford Wand ? 3 0 3 1 2 Guildford Wanderers have two deferred matchcs to play, and Cabramatta and LO.O.F. have one each . SOCCER NOTES In spite of warnings to clubs Uirough there columns, registrations are still re ceived late, , and the P. and D. last Wed nesday had no option but to impose fines. All unregistered players who play on Sat* urday must be registered by 12 midnight cn the follow...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

CYCLING RESULTS Results of last Saturday's events*.— Cabra-Vale — 12 miles: O. Bather /4.30). 36.27. 1; J. Bushell (2.30K 34,12. 2; xast est time, W. Peacock, 32.40. Merrylands — Ten cniles senior haodlcan: G. Pinchnm '(2.0-, 26.30, 1; W. Irwin (2.30), 27.0, -2: C. Mason (40); 27.30. S. Fastest time, H, Deveson (1J 0), 26.10. Parramafcta League Club— Senior 20 mUes: T. Punch (6.25), 56.30. J;.C.Souter (6.0), 56.11. .2: R- Barrett. --6.p-, S6.22, 3. Fastest time, R. Evans (scr). 52.26. ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Merrylands West P. & C. Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

Merrylands West P. & C. Monthly Meetlnr Thp monthly meeting if the Mcrrylands W^st P. and C. Association was held last. Monday evening. Mr. A. Hillier (presi dent) presided. Correspondence from the general sre retary of the P. and C. Federation invited dcelgates to the meeting of forniatlon of DfcUlct Council at Granville on June 24. Mrs. A. McKenzie -hon. sccrctaryi and Mr. A. Hillier (.president) were elected as delegates. The sercetarv reported thai the fol lowing amounts had been received frcm I citizens from the appeal: Donations for I school library. Dr. Cutlib^rL £1/1. II. Ferguson 5/, Mrs. B. Bamiiniorc 5/. a friend 1/; td'al £1/12. I The president said members were in 1 d?bted to those ho had responded; he regretted -the response was not greater, feeing that it was far such a purpose, and that the association so few appeal to the parents and cltizcns. He foil snre that many vwho had received the appeal had forgotten. The president expressed regret ftt the death of M...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS GAMBRILL CUP ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

TENNIS GAMBR1LL COP issoniATinv B Grade:— Sunbeams 3 /« d. Merry viUe 6/43; lAurelsT 7/47 d. Halcyon 2/31 ; Chaerio 4/40 d. Delwood I 5/38; Bt. Elda 6/4# d. Olaiemont 4/34; MenyviUe S/S4 drew with Delwood n 3/40. Bodean / -6/48 d. Yithan Jun. 3/3S; The Corals 7/50 d. Laurels 5/31; Clart mont fi/43 d. Cheerio 3/38; Rainbow 6/-8 d. Borenla 3/36. Div. 2; Coolah I 4/41 d. Halcyon 5/40; Edenlea 5/48 d. Balti more 4/35. IMv. 3: BeJmonf, 9/54 d Mewyville 0/23: 0%e Laurels K/S3 d. Bodean H 3/24; Loftus 6/41 d. Coolah 3/36 . Novice— Loftus €/4« d. Harcourt 3/35; The Corals 6/48 d. Deteionte i/ai; Bel mont 6/43 d. laurels 3/39; MerryviUe 8/53 d. lEdenlea 1/36. | Sunday. ? Morning ' Gents.— B Orade;' ? JJelwood 8/48 d. Halcyon 0/26; Lautos XI - 4/40 d. Claremont 4/37; Laurels I'S/tO d. MerryviUe 3/30. C Grade; Devil's Own. ' 6/42 d. Bodean 2/20; Coolah X 7/47 d; Menyvllle 1/19; Bodean 1 6/42 d. Boraola r J . 2/36; Coolah H S/41-L Claremont 3/31.-; ' Ladles' Mid-week;— Halnbow '4/3S .J: '. Boro...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

REGENT NEWS This week-end the Repent has a spe cial treat for the children. 'Tlie Wed ding of Mickey and Minn:? Mouse' on the stage. Every child standing will receive a pece of weddinq; ca,:». This la oh view at the ctwnectonevy shnp nejvt the theatre. Also on the programme, George O'Brien. Dorothy Wil&on. and Paul Kelly in 'When a Man'.-? a -Mar.' ? a Crt-Mt ctnrv tfvf tllO Wofit with fill-itS thrills. For the older folk, there is Janet Gaynor and Warner Baxter in 'Paddy the Next Best Thing,' Her father want ed a bnv. and what, he pot was the next ' best thing— a tomboy, fiery, gay and mischievous. Monday and Tuesday, 'The Richest GJrl in th«= W^Id.' Minani Ho-Vin«. .To*l McCrea, Fay Wray and Reginald Denny. 30,000 dollars a day to spend, men at her feet, women at her thr^t. th* w°rM at her command, and nothing to live for. Phillip Holmes, Edward Arnold and Mary Carlisle in 'Million Dollar Ran som.' Big city life at its exciting best, underworld and uppervorld. Every 'Wedne...

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