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GARDENING NOTES. February. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 7 February 1935

-GARDENING NOTES. February. This and next month are the best months for making main sowings of winter and spring .. flowering plants. Violas and pansjjes .are very showy;: Anemone :&n6U|finunculas ace excel-' lent for icuttinjF and may be grown from seed, '^o^ early to ensure'early r.pring flowering. - Lupins provide ?many, flowers, for cutting and should 'be sown in . their -permanent position. Iceland ?=pbppies,.si)didBJtdckS' should ?be Taisedi in shaded ip^Biti^B. With poppy1 seed 'keep.' the. seetl3-bx covered 'yith' hes^an-«ntil;it|iey4ijge-3M-nate. The seed, should he^ojwM4 'on^the sur face and presped'siri 'isith |P%ait. board . .,'- '?.'?': ,.Ve.ge^i^v^-;vv' '{Keep *he Soil ^«11 i;Tc|iMiV»teft. vto xonser ve/ inoistur^.; ':!;? ?. 'Apply# -liquid rakmire to gi?ovrfiig;;j*jm ^i^M^B IbsV cowings of late T-.j»l^Ctt!CJBiB . ; .181 W&SgP' ^rid 'cauliflowers.;: ^l^v^ij^fg^; The G.D.V.A. team played May Queen Druids on Sunday, 3/2/'3B and received a wonderful lesson...

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

It IS WELL TO ^^^, ^^ -^. require ^^ll|t'^«ffiSWBKl^^s^fer^ KITCHEN WARE . 'sS^B^HHflfesBB^^ THAT Guildford Hardwar^o. - AND L. E. Young & Co. Merrylands OFFER YOU BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY 'HARD!E' HARDY HOSE, 3-ply and guar anteed. - iin. x 30ft ? 12/6 fin. i: 30ft ? 16/3 Fittings for Screw Tap . . . . . . 3/3 Fittings for Plain Tap ? 3/6 - '^'r HOU5£ //r *'^* ' ' ttsoLUUtfPHo We SeU PAINT from 9/6 gall. OILS, VARNISHES, KALSOMINES, STAINS, BRUSHWARE, ENAMELS, Etc., etc. GAL. BATHS on legs, 24 Gauge, only 26/6 FLAT BRASS CURTAIN RODS. Single . . . . 6d. Double ? 1/- Extension Pieces ? 4d. Glass Water Sets . . . . 5/11 PRESERVING PANS in Aluminium & Steel from 5/11 Jam and Preserving Jars, Spoons, Wax, etc. LAWN MOWERS that are guaranteed 3 years. 12in. Plain Bearing ? 42/6 12in. Ball Bearing, 47/6 and 52/6 Once more we are able to offer a sensation in TEASETS, 18 PIECE, for 2/9 ♦ BE QUICK. 50-page WRITING PADS, 4£d. 30-Picce UTILITY SETS Only 15/6 ENAMEL DISHES F...

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

OTMTtfARY. Mr. Frank Kenyon, Paton Street, Merrylands, passea^iiway in Parra matta Hospital on Friday last. His midden death -row .a great shock to Ms people -and friends, who held him 'n high -respect '..-.in the district. He ?was church warden in St. Matthew/ Ohurch in Holroyd for over eigjft years.' '?'' ? ?? '?- ??' :.. ' ? . ine jtev.-a. rooie conducted the funeral service at the graveside at Smitlmeld. His many friends express their sympatby towards *is bereaved MlativeBf ?.?'?.; ;;:-v- '? ' '.-.

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

PERSONAL. Mr. A. E. Forrest, O.B.E., presided at the morning and evening service at the Presbyterian Ghurch on Sun 'lay. The Sessions Clerk, Alderman W. Campbell, extended a hearty wel- j come on behalf of the congregation. ^

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

Double Greei^lpiilipon SMjE NOW ON at %? E. If. LINE fir' Oo. Drapers and Mercers, Guildford SILK SPONGE CLOTH, 34in. wide. Reduced Half-price, from 1 /6 to 9£d. yd. RAYON SUEDETTES, double width. Usually 3/6. OUR PRICE TO CLEAR 1/- yd. KINDERGARTEN FLANNELETTE ? 9*d. yd., 8/11 do*. LINGERIE FLANNELETTE ? ? ? 9id. yd., 8/11 doz. COLORED FLANNELETTE, superior quality ? 7£d. yd., 6/11 doz. BROCADED SATINS in 25 Beautiful Shades ? ONLY 8£d. yd. Children's HAIRCORD FROCKS and BLOOMERS ? 2/11 GEISHA SILK. First quality only. A11 colours . . . . 6£d. yd., 5/11 doz. Double Width BEACH CORDg. Usually 1/3 and 1/6.. NOW 10£d. yd. New CRETONNES, modern and dainty designs ? ONLY 7&d. yd. FEATHER EIDERDOWNS. Attractive designs. A bargain for your. Full size Double Bed ? 33/6 each Men's BRACES. Large assortment, best quality . . HALF PRICE. 1/6 and 1/11 pair Men's PURE FUR FELT HATS. Sold elsewhere at £1/1/-. OUR PRICE 11/6 each | Infants' KNITTED WOOLLENS Reduced. BONNETS from 1/11. BOO-...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

GUILDFORD. A slight scare was caused during the week-end. At Mr. Howlett's resi dence, 7 Apia St., a man was seen in the yard; he climbed over the fence and got away. It would be advisable for residents to keep a sharp lookout. We understand that the shop win dows, in Mr. Peterson's and Mr. Cork's shops will shortly be modern ised. Mr: Cork already- has installed a modern Kelvinator. The front of Mr. Sweetman's garage is being re painted. MERRYLANDS SUB-BRANCH R.S.S.I.L. A. The Ladies' Night given by the Merrylands Sub-branch R.S.S.I.L.A., took place on the 28th January last, it being an outstanding social suc cess. The local Masonic Hall was crowded with Diggers, their wives and daughters, together with a great number of the general public. The music was first-class, the musicians giving of their best, and everyone present voted them amongst the best bands in the district. The catering was an outstanding success, and it was carried out by the local firm of Mrs. Freeman and _ Mrs. P...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS. For the Cream of the Screen, The Regent's Supreme. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

REGENT NEWS. For the Cream of the Screen, The Regent's Supreme. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16th and 16th, the Regent present to you a robust romance 'of the gay 90's, with an all-star cast. 'The Bowery' brings several screen favourites in Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper, George Raft, Fay Wray and Pert Kelton. This feature is quite suitable to both adults and children, as it has romance, action, comedy and songs, .such songs as J 'Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay,' a famous hit of other days. 'The Bowery' re unites two stars of 'The Champ' — Wallace Beery and the wonder boy, Jackie Cooper, big stars that fit their roles perfectly. The second feature, 'Have a Heart,' with Jean Parker and James Dunn, Una Merkel and Stuart Erwiiv is a tender romance that stirs the heart with its depth of human feeling. Mickey Mouse Cartoon, 'Mickey's Melodrama,' and Fox Movietone News. Monday, February 18th, the Re gent Management is giving away another beautiful lounge suite free, also five other gifts as well as a pre...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

CABEY'S Lost We&H of Sole DO NOT FORGET YOUR SALE LAY BYE UNBLEACHED CALICO, 36in., Pure finish. SALE 5/11 doz. CHECK TEA TOWELS, good size. Usual 9 id. SALE 7id. ea. WHITE TOWELS, Heavy quality. Usual 1 / 114- SALE 1/64 ea. PILLOW SLIPS, all pure finish. ? SALE 6d., 7jd., 9£d., lljd. ea. LACONIA BLANKETS Guaranteed for 12 years. Buy now for Winter. Single Bed 25/- pr. f-Bed 32/6 pr. Double Bed 37/6 pr. Why Not a Lay Bye Now ? MODESS SANITARY PADS, 1 doz. in box. Usual 1/6. NOW 1/- box THREE-PIECE TRACED SETS. Good quality . . 8£d. set COLOURED SILK MORACAIN, Double width, in White,' Black, Navy, Brown, Royal and Salmon. Usual 2/ U . SALE 1/84 yd. Ladies' FUJI DE LUXE SUPS. Full zes. Usual 2/ 11 . I ? SALE 2/3 KNITTING WOOLS ALL REDUCED GOLDEN WATTLE 4-PIy FINGERING, I oz. skeins. In twenty-four shades and mixtures. Usual 76. NOW 6d. TWO and THREE PLY SUPER FINGERING, in all shades. Full 1 oz. skeins. Usual 9d. NOW 74d. skein LAY BYES TAKEN ALL CASH ORDERS TAKEN MERRYLANDS a...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

Golden Bell SUNDAE SHOP WARE ST., FAIRFIELD The Most Up-to-date Sundae Shop in Fairfield. MODERNISED INTERIOR HALL available for DANCES and FUNCTIONS SMITH'S OPPOSITE HOTEL GUILDFORD The Home of Good Sponger, made on the premi»e«— WALNUT, CHOCO LATE, PASSION FRUIT and COCOA NUT. CREAM FILLED SPONGES 8d. per lb. Satisfaction Guaranteed Try Our Home-made FRUIT CAKE, 7id. per lb. Try Our Famous Id. ALPINE SNOWS BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD. New School of Arte. ii a.m. and 7.15 p.m. S. School at 3 p.m.. Song Service at 7 p.m Preacher, Pastor D. Stevenson A welcome and amessage awaits you. V SPRINGFIELD GOSPEL HALL j Broughton St. (near Water Pipes) Sunday School, 2.80 pan. Gospel Service, : 7.16 p.m. 'TALKS ON THE TABERNACLE' ( illustrated by large 'model) By Mr. PEED1 WOODS Sunday, Tuesday rand Thursday Nights Christians specially invited

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

i ? : — ; ? i 1 Traced Romper* again! Only i/. each at E. H. 'Line & Co.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
G[?] FORD METHODIST CHURCH Harvest Thanksgiving Services, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

G^&ORD METHODIST CHURCH Harvest Thanksgiving Services, 17th February. 11 a.m.— Rev. W. K. Poole. 2.45 p.m. — Sunday School. 7.16 p.m.— Mr, E. Scott.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

The Winning Slogan I For the Cream of tl|e Screen I | the 'Regent's' Supreme. | I Friday & Saturday 1 I February 15th and 16th 1 1^1^! i ' ^ Si taking vision of loveliness^ 1 /?I B 'And what a heart-warming g H performance you give in your E § - Ji 9 B sirring picture! Jean, a | MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON & 1 iilWHI MICKEY'S MELODRAMA 1 iBSiHHHHi FOX MOVIETONE NEWS | | Monday Night Feb. 18th | ! A Lounge Suite Free 1 I and 5 other Gifts § I A Present for Everyone attending I Program Mon.,Tue. Feb. 18-19 jj 'LOVE AT SECOND SIGHT' S with Marion Marsh a 'THEIR BIG MOMENT' featuring Zazu Pitts | | and Slim Summerville | 1 METROTONE NEWS, WILLIE WHOPPER CARTOON | j Wed, ff Thtir. Feb. 20^21 j I The Desert Song' ] 1 With JOHN BOLES' and CARLOTTA KING | 1 'SIDE STREETS'* featuring 1 ^^ s Ailine MacMahon Paul Kelly, Ann Dvorak | H I Comedy, 'Murder in Your Eye' Universal News | ' I COMING FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY I I FEBRUARY 22nd | a William Powell and Myrna Loy | fT* in the Greatest Go...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

PATTERNS! AUSTRALIAN HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS. — These patterns are j procurable at .the local agency. A daily service with head quarters is available. WELDONS PATTERNS also have a special service with headquarters. BESTWAY and ENGLISH PATTERNS are obtainable when required. All these patterns make a very complete pattern service and, with such a wide range, all styles are well catered for. E. G. WILLIAMS Newsagency, Guildford. UW 9559 For Better Quality Mercery ' McDONALDS CITY PRICE MERCERS Next Newsagent GUILDFORD . Ail Latest Styles in Stripes, Checks and Overchecks in Shirts PELACO SHIRTS from 5/11 GOLF SHIRTS, Two Col lars ? 4/11 GOLF SHIRTS, One Col lar ? 3/6 PYJAMAS from . . 4/11 TIES ? 1/li BOYS' SHIRTS from 2/11 j SMALL BOYS' TROUSERS! 2/6 | BOYS' CAPS ..... 1/6 j BOYS' GOLF SOCKS j from 1/3 1 I USE OUR LAY BYE j , ? , - - _ r- - r - ? ? ? ? FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garage 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. Sweetnam, Prop, (late Cooper) Service Work executed promptly All Accesso...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

TENNIS TOURNAMENT. The Parents and Citizens'. Temii Club held a tournament (mixed couples) on their court on Monday. Twenty-two took part, the tenni.-; being very keen. Winners: Mrs. 1. Johnston and Athol Macintvre 1st. Mrs. Knight and Mr. Wilson 2nd. A sponge sandwich donated by Mrs. Johnston was won by Mrs. F. FisU. Mr. Simpson's sports store kindly donated three Slazenger's balls. The official opening of , Mr. P. Mc Auliffe's tennis court in Hawksview Road, Merrylands, took place with an all-day gents.' tournament. Twenty four gents, participated and each set was keenly contested. The court is a spacious one and of excellent sur face. Afternoon tea was served by Mrs. McAuliffe, assisted by other ladies. Winners were: ' Messrs. Gillies and Parker 1st, Messrs. Jones and Way man -2nd. MERRYMAKERS VIGORO CLUB, wj On Friday last their Aruiual Socia'^pB was held, and . in spite of. the violent j storm, a good crowd attended.' / The Club trophies, and -.the ' Toby Cup, donated by Mr. ' ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

i LADIES' HAIQDRESSING SALON j 3 CROSS STREET, GUILDFORD Reduction in Prices Wet Set ? I/- Hair Trim . . ? 1/. ; Dry Set ? . . 2/- Children '* Trim ? 6d. j PERMANENT OIL WAVE From l'S5/6 EUGENE METHOD GUARANTEED 6 TO 9 MONTHS We have installed the latest machine potable to buy. CASH ORDERS ACCEPTED ? ? ? ? ? ? ? mm ? ...... I DE-LUXE PRIVATE CAR HIRE SERVICE LUXURIOUS HUDSON SHOANS AVAJLABLE Weddings, Theiatre Pa$ra*nd .Touts and -11 ClaMet ofPRIVATE HIRE PHONE -n* UW9 2 6 0 AT ANYHOUR J.MEAL1A, Prop. THOMPS0JS PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST : : ? a - ? KELLOGGS CORNFLAKES, 6^d., 1/ PEACHES, Large Tins ? 8£d. FULL CREAM MILK . . 2 tins Ilid. BEST POTATOES .. ..14 lbs. 1/ ASSORTED CREAM BISCS., 11 id. lb. LOOSE COCOA . . ...... 6£d. lb. ARNOTTS Tins of Fancy Biscuits All Kinds 1 /- [?] f ? ; WE1BK*ENP SPECIALS i doz. SNOWHITE fffl'J j BLUE /oU i doz. SOAP PWDRS. ? lu | 3 tins SARDINES | j | | 3 tins MEAT PASTE * / ' I y-3 ^ j 174 Merrylainds Road . MERRYLANDS ? .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIXTURES FOR FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

FIXTURES FOR FEBRUARY 16. A Grade.— Northmead v. Merry lands (Martin, Ward). dfe B Grade.— Central v. (SHBford (Bartlett and Boyd); Rovers v. Good year (Skelton, Burrastone); Merry ville v. True Blues (Boyd and Tew dall). C Grade. — Pitt Row A.L.P. v. Granville Central (Dinney and W. Hall); Clyde Engin. v. Guilds (Wha lan and Watson); Merrylands v. Progress (Marsh and Westbrook); Guildford v. Warrigals (Field and S. Bell). GAMBR1LL CUP TENNIS ASSOCIATION. C Grade— Div. III. Summerlea 7-50 defeated Clare mont 2-32, Blue Gum 8-49 defeated Coolah 1-26, Cheerio 8-50 defeated Yithan Jun. 1-26. Div. IV. Laurels 5-48 defeated Bodean 4-35, Rainbow 6-47 defeated Summerlea 3-30, Halcyon 7-49 defeated Coolah 2-31. All deferred matches will be played on Sundays, 17th and 24th February. M ERRYLANDS-GU1LDFORD CHESS CLUB. There was a big roll-up of mem bers on Monday night last when the concluding games of the tournament were played. Messrs. W. Morris and A. Merlino, who had each won an equal numb...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

Damask Table Cloths, 45 x 45. Traced ready to work, dainty colored borders. Only 1/1I£ at E. H. Line & Co. ? _ ? Here is a Bargain that is not often heard of . . . ALUMINIUM FISH PANS (' Stronglite' ), 9 in. wide 3\in. deep, with Retinned Wire Strainer as illustrated. The usual price for this article is 3/10 . ; BUT due to special purchase 2/6 Obtainable only at GUILDFORD HARDWARE Co. And L. E. YOUNG & Co. MERRYLANDS

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLROYD METHODIST ANNUAL FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

j HOLROYD METHODIST ANNUAL FAIR. The Holroyd Methodist Ladies' Church Aid held their annual fair in the new Methodist School Hall, Hol royd Road, Merrylands, on the 9th inst. The hall, though not quite finished (it will be officially opened on 16th March) was tastefully deco Tated. The fair was opened by the Mayor and Mayoress of Holroyd, Mr. and Mrs. Warnock. There was a good | attendance, despite the drenching rain. The Rev. W. R. Poole presided; Mr T. Williams rendered a piano forte solo, and songs were ably given by Mrs. Nicaolls and Miss B. Wil liams. The stalls, which were well stocked, were in charge of Mrs. Mont gomery (grocery), Mrs, S. Goff (ice cream), Mrs. Crossman (apron), Mrs. Johnson (works), Mrs. C. Goff (sweets), tars. R. Dixon (refresh ments), and O.K. (hoop-la and dips). All were ably assisted by a band of willing helpers. At the; evening session a comedy .sketch C'The Three Blind Mice') ? was ably performed by members of the L.C.A and was much appre ciated. Thft'...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

X 1239 Pbon. X 1239 For an AdrcrtuMa^T B R OMfc hJSfy \ 7000 GjiH&teedJm Circulation Wjrfdy 7000 ll&ERRYI^DS TO LIVERPOOL ^ ? ?

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 14 February 1935

TAXIS and ^JVATE HIRE CARS E. DEVESON, Merrylands. Phone UW9693

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