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

?. 1 TO-NIGHT (Thursday) and TO-MOltUOW (Friday) at 8 pan.— Last ^ . j Nights of Will Rogers in 'LIFE BEGINS at 40* and Barbara Stanwyck i I and Gene Raymond in 'Jhc WOMAN IN AED.' { FRIDAY ONLY: 4th. Chapter of 'THE RED RIDER' ; . ? i ~ ? . * n * MANAGING DIRECTOR: A. J. BESZANT. Reservations at Shop adjoining Theicrc, or at The aire, 'phone UW9778. No Extra Charge for Booking. This S AT, MON. & TUES7, JUNE 22, 24 & 25 (Evenings only B o'clock— See bnlow for Special Saturday Matinee Programme. Uonr's a I'iWure that Every WonMii will Want to Sec — A Great Human Story that will rcm-Ii yonc heart wiuijts Charm and Sincerity. She knew she could ? ^ his ^ Brilliant Associate Feature u% Every Session- 7 CL^UDETTE COLBCItT and FRED SiicMUBR/lV, the Screen's Newcjt Lover, in j ? 'THE GILDED LILY' ! SATURDAY MATINEE a t 2 IJ.ra.: 'HiE GILDED LILY'; Eddle^uUilin lll 'GRIDIRON FLASH' (EKitiinFrclhnll Stir}'); 1lh Episode oi tire t l):i-atn-taklng i.rnal. 'THE RED niDEK.' and f...

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

MERRYLANDS PERSONAT. Nurae Broad, of Manchcstcr-strcct. who recently injured, her lee in P&rramatla, Ss .making good recovery . Mfs, Terry, of Herbert-street, Is bi present on the sick list. Judy Fotte, of Manchester-strcct. cele brated her third birthday on June 9. inviting a few juvenile friends (o lea. The party had, an enjoyable time, cayr ciaUy the decorated cake with three cancues. Mr, Colin Barklimore, of Boggubri. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barklimore, of Merrylands-road. Colin is receiving many congratulations on attain ing his majority last week . Mr. W. Wayman. of Myall-strrrt. had the mktortmve to Injure his arm lust week. Medical attention has been fcund nccrasary. | Mr. A. Johnston. Junior, of Chotwyn nsad, has had to resort to crutches, on account of an operation lo one of his legs. Mrs. J. Aller, late of Merrylands, paid a Writ to Merrylands on Thursday. to renew old friendships. CARD AFTERNOON A card afternoon was held on Thurs day, in the S...

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

I— ? r ? ? — ~ — TT ? ? ? 1 | NOTICE TO READERS . I I HMen recein (Stir j c«ples -?( 'The Bro*dc««ter' rtgu j l*rly wb ' week, aire Te^nraied to j notify tWJjoff Ice «r Ita rtpresent I ,itl*e':-ia;«u1y as poraiHe, *! ..we| j wtoh W-iwdu «ertiln of a complete ; 'I toWbdljton. . ' ? ' ? : 'j Summers and . Diprose FJUOLT BUTCBEBS, ' ' . 16BMESlRYliAlTOS BO AD, '? ' . .MERRYLANDS . ? Telephone: TJW9566. . ORDEHSOAli^Ftoa^DenvCTea. LaUa'- All Wciol SWprf Bitten. 18/6 C*fh , at E. Hi lln? S Co, VGnlldford. -

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

CAREYS - 4 Sensational Free Gift Offer ! 31 GIVEN FREE ^ A I _ You j = With Every XU j '' Spend SPEND 20,/- and YOU RECEIVE 23 - in GOOD?. SPEND 40/- and YOU RECEIVE 46 - in GOODS. SPEND 60/- and YOU RECEIVE 69 /- in GOODS. THIS IS A GEN UINE FREE GIFT OFFER for the pur pose of Increasing our Cash Turnover, to enable us to BUY IN STILL LARGER QUANTITIES and to SECURE LARGER DISCOUNTS. YOU KNOW OUR KEEN SYDNEY PRICES ! AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS UNIQUE OFFER. You want Blankets, Manchester, Clothing, Underwear. THIS OFFER Com mences T-1UR., JUNE 20, and Finishes I JUNE 29. and is for CASH PURCHASES ONLY. RED. SPOT lt/ICDDVY A \TI\C CIT^ - PRICE coupqns. MERRYLANDS drapers. i ? - RIO RITA MERRYLANDS AGENT for— SARGENT'S VIES, CAKES AND I'ASTltY COFFEE CAKE ? 1/- per lb. NO DEPOSIT ! Any 'AEROLA' Radio can be obtained on Our Easy Terms: No D'eposit, LowiPayments. Tlie raiii!'-' '1 rtcciivn.s si. iris vilh mil Modfl N--. 571!, v.hnii is ;- Fivu-Valvc Hadiu iiousrd ill a fowuititul ConsJlc Ca...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS DIGGERS R.S. & S.I.L. of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

\ MERRYLANDS DIGGERS /B.S. & S IX. of Australia. , Thfc usual monthly meeting was held in the l^&sonic Hall on Monday, June 3, ai 8 p Jit' The president, Mr. Les Mitchell, occudled the ch&lr. and there was a good muEto* of local Diggers in attendance. ?Th# local Presbyterian Padre, Mr. Sum mcrvflla. an ex-meanb?r cf the Black Wffch J»oyal Highlanders, who saw ser Tice. feUh . that regiment in the gfreat v -4iJSi'Ulv a^r^is. to deliver a lecture . at iUyPnext meeting. July 1. which ?will ? takjuCEh form of a humorous addresar. All are Inyited to attend. i the#«lg | to 'hold a

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

i WEDDING V Mcquillan— watson Thdsnarrlage of Miss Margory Watson, bnly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A Wauon, -3f Cardigan -street, Guildford, to Mr. jArihuliMcQuillan, youngest son of Mr. find Ass. McQuillan, of Springfield-street, pid diiildford, took pace in St. John'* Church, of England. Parramalta. on thi-' fith iijfitant. Th^Diide, who was given away by Mr. McCarthy (a relative), looked lovely in whltesilin with train and long tulle voil, and ^tvath cf orange blossom. She car ried a; bouquet of white and Dink dama tions £i-d tuberoses. Tlie f)rid2smaids, Misses Gladys Wilson and Phyllis McQuillan (sister of the bride groom^ looked charmng in pink, with small dainty turned-back hats to match: and thry carried bouquets ct carnations and sft'eeL peas. The ,tiny trainbearer. little Shirley Mc Carthy, looked sweet in a long pink geor gette frock, with wreath of pink roses around her head. She carried a Victorian po«v 91 tiny pink flowers and loveinthe mist.'} l The bride's mother wore ...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

THE CHURCHES BAPTIST CHDRCH, GDILDFORD New School ol Arts. 11 am., 3 p'jn. 1 pjn. I Tbe Servloes are Bright and Helpful, I Come and Hear the Old Old Story ] A Welcome awaits You -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD S. OF ARTS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

GUILDFORD R. OF ARTS DANCE On Tuesday, June 25, at the Guildford Soldier' Memorial School of Arts, a old-time dance, to. the strains of Glan Martyn's orchestra, will provide dancers with an excellent evening. Mr. E. Palmer is the hon. secretary^ and Mr. W. Murray will set as M.C. Refreshments are being provided. See the advt. In this Issue. All returned soldicrs-who are carpenters, .plumber^ nnd bricklayers, report to sec retary of Guildford RSJ5.LL.A. for work. Members or non -members. Address must be registered. Jobs to last six months. — M. McNaught, secretary sub-branch.

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

:i'XbaM^«IU te:A-tot at cbanBB.W^u^ 4 ; cloaw-wowby -women thls^yoar/'^iMia^i, t ttdtiusaztote ^ - '

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

[?] ladies played and it' was necessary to use two courts, the Congregational Tennis Club kindly lending theirs. Winners of i the tournament were: Mtes F^ie 1. Mr?-. Bentley 2, Mrs. Rutherford 3. Mrs. Tooip selt held the luckv number of oarcpl of groceries. Mrs. Murray won the lucky door prize. 'The following lady helpei/s assisted in making the tournament a r^'*9\ w* fina^')fli succor Me^dames Murray. Hlne, Canning, Butters, Tomp bc'ii and Pollett.

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

GUILDFORD METHODIST CHURCH. 11 «un. Mr. c. Pearce, \ ?v , 2.45 pan. Sunday . KchqoL £ 1.15 pm. Rey. W. R: Pool e. Lantern I P., Service (The passkm play) j

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

LOFTUS PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST Every Lord's Day at 10 am Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Speaker Mr. Clydesdale. Gospel Service 7.15 p.m. Speaker Mr. Younghusband. All Welcome

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

MERRYLANDS msBITEUiN vqpmc b gji- Biuwy -pcn»j, w juro. sL; Deyine pen/fcc, n ml, 'The CHory ,C^. ilhe UQ6&XCl6(l,- ] kfi'i pyto if fl«fytoe, 7.16, *pJe Dlr- 1 v. T 1

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 — 20 June 1935

SPRINGFIEIJJ EOSPEL BALL. ] BRODOHTON ST.. 'OtJILDTORD .1 !eimdfty, .7.16 pjn. jjr. W. Peteis. ^Buesda V7.30 p.m.; Mr.' T. JUenrles. TThuradaf S p.m., sroung 'Psople sonly.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935

Mother: Fetch the doctor r Baby has swallowed a halfpenny. Fa.lier: Just like a woman — wanting to spend ten -and -six to get back c haif penny. *' * * Uncle: Have another one of those cakes, Jimmy. Jimmy: No thanks, Uncle; I'm full up. Uncle: Well, take one home in your pocket. Jimmy: I can't; they're full up, tool

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD BEQUEST TO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935

GUILDFORD REQUEST TO COUNCIL I Guildford Chamber of Commerce drew attention of Granville Council to the bad state of , footpath at entrance of Guild ford railway station, and also request^ that an additional 1000 c.p. light be sus pended across Railway Terrace. — Overseer reported that the footpath has been Ear-paved, and that Railway Terrace rwas 1 sufficiently lighted. — The report was [ adopted. | Tell the business people you saw It In 1hc 'Broadcaster'; that will help this paper to continue. '

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Film Stars' Earnings BARRYMORE'S 152,000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935

Film Stars' Earnings I BARRYMORE'S £52,000 A YEAR. If John Barrymore is compelled by court to pay the £400 a month alimony his wife, Dolores Ccstello, is seeking, and £200 a month maintenance for his two children, he will find it in the £1300 pay envelope he receives each week from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer . Herself a screen star of liote, Dolores Costello is tlie third Mrs. Barrymore. She sued her actor-husband for divorce on tlie grounds of cruelty and habitual intemperance, John BiTymore, who entered films in 1912 after a distinguished career on the stage, ranks among the first half-doezn of Hollywood's most highly paid stars. A list of weekly payments recently compiled by Samuel Goldwyn puts Barrywiore'e 'earnings down at £1300 ? a . week for a -year- of 40 Working1 /weeks. ? Barrymore ranks fifth on the list behind Greta - Garbo (£1800) a week), Will Rogers (£1500). Maurice Chevalier (£1500) and Constance Bennett (£1400).

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935

GUILDFORD f PERSONAL Mr. Menyn Bamcs, of Stat Ion -street, cut his ajTn at work last week, tiOnee stitches being inserted. Fred Feltham, of McArthur-street, was knocked down and injured is John-street, Lidcombe, and taken, to a hospital In Auburn. Mr. Pike, of Clyde-street, is home from work, suffering with quinsy. , Mrs. Red-wan. of Rhodes Avenue, is confined to her bed with a severely scalded leg. Mrs. Tom Frail, of Military-road, has returned home with her baby daugnier, Wendy Ann, from a private hospital in Granville . Bill, son of Mr. and Mrs, Les Bailey, [ of Boltoin-street, is a patient in Parra- . matta Hospital, where he was operated on for appendicitis last week. His friends | viish him a speedy recovery. - The many friends of Mrs. Kindred, of j Chtewynd-road, will be pleased: to' hear of her return to the district, from Queens land. She has been associated with Guild ford for over 50 yearc, and is tlie Eldest living member of the Presbyterian Church here. Nurse Marion, of...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. and C. Associations PROGRESS OF MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935

P. and C. Associations J I PROGRESS OF MOVEMENT Onosteulatlously, a body of citizens tias I -been fulfilling an excellent work tiirough out tlie Slate under the designation of parents ajid citizens' associations. In coiuiecticn with a public schocfl their function has bton to supply equipment not provided by t lie* department, such as pianos, wireless .$rts. pictures, etc., and to I cnivrtain thv youn^u.Ts by picnics, sports , R.VhcriiiE.s. (v bivaking-up functions be forc ClU'jj-in:^; time. with Die co-ojK'i-ation cf the teachers I and th-j dovi lcpnunt of a true community . | sj)ir:t through these associations, their activities liavi» been greatly expanded, and have rxu-nacd even to tlie sullying I cf tpjct b; .iki. and to the providing of feed mid el /Jung for malnourished ana ill-clad children . The- raising ol funds for these purposes Ijas b:-i n :h',' n:::in wovk of tlie members cf parents and citi^ns' associations, and the organising of functions such as dances, card evenings...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935

CAREYS Free Gift Offer 3- Given FREE with every 20/- spent 1/6 Given FREE with every 10/- spent 9d Given FREE with every 5/- spent Avail Yourself of this FREE GIFT OFFER. And in addition we Give You these j AMAZING VALUES: LADIES' CREPE NIGHTS— These are well known ? 1/0 LADIES* FLANNELETTE NIGHTS, White and Colors, a New Lot .. .. 2/3 LADIES' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS, Long Sleeves ? 3/11 GIRLS' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS, just opened Up ? 2/11 NEW SPORTS WOOL, in 2 oz. Hanks ? 1/6 LACONIA BLANKETS, 12 Years' Guarantee ? 137/6 Pair ' BUY YOUR WANTS NOW AND RECEIVE FREE GIFT. RED SPOT 11/irpDVT A NHC BUT YOOI coupons. ITlEjlVfV Z LnllLru berlei now. Guildford Chamber of Commerce Announces Its Prize-Giving Competition. IN WHICH THE SHOPPING TUBLIC WILL BE ASKED TO TEST THEIR SKILL. j The undermentioned Shopkeepers will, next and EVERY FRIDAY, J Give a Numbered Ticket to Every Purchaser of Goods to Uie Value of 1/- or over. SHOrPERS will be Invited to Test their Skill by Soiling the SIMPLE PROBLEM...

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