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VIGORO. GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
VIGORO. j GRANVILLE & DIST. ASSOCIATION i Results of gam» plaved last- Saturdnv: | —Robins 43 and 0 8, beat Silver star 17 and 30: Holroj-d 77 and 0 25. boat Werriwa 52 aud 43; Jolly Girls a bye. Fixtures and umpires for June 29: — Silver Star v Werriwa, Gordon and Han cock: Holroyd v Jolly Girls, McCall and Hughes; Robins a bye. Xiie mau.h. Silver star v Werriwa. will I he played on Werriwa's ground. I Competition Tables— Jacob's Cup | P. L, W. D. B. Pts. Holroyd ? 2 0 2 0 0 8 Jolly Girls .... 1 0 0 1 0 2 Werriwa .... 2 1 0 1 0 2 Robins ? 1 1 0 0 u u Silver Star .... 0 0 0 0 1 0 Many proposals were discussed at. the la?'.' meeting of delegates, and ii was decided that negotiations be entered into relative 10 taking an association team away. Newcartle, Bathurst and Goulburn aax? the towns najned. 1 Whilst ths secretary is away in the country, all communications will b? ad dressed to Mr. Christelow, 4 Vicioria-sL, ' Gianville. wlio will attend to them. GOLD DIGGERS' CLUB | Ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
!! ? POKER WORK— ? !'? We are now able to supply a gocd range of useful articles in Poker Work. Supplies are coming from a reliable firn.. DON'T MISS THAT TRAIN again — Ujere is no need ! We have good . ALARM CLOCKS, cheap; or your out-of-cTder Clock can BE PUT RIGHT. KNITTING — New Designs stlU c:me to hand by cacl) mail. THE DOLL HOSPITAL is greatly appreciated by the number of patients Vej^y Rrasonable Pees make a Doll stronger than new. BOXES OF STATIONERY 6d— reduced from one shilling to clear. In Three Shades, and Splendid Value. THE JULY AUSTRALIAN HOME JOURNAL has arrived. It lias two Special Features— a 16-page Knitting Book Supplement, .and an easy £50 Pattern Competition. Usual price 6d. GUILDFORD NEWSAGENCY. FOR SKILLED WORKMANSHIP Guildford Garaqe 271-3 GUILDFORD ROAD R. SWEETNAM, Proprietor SERVICE WORK EX ECUTED PROMPTLY. ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED AT CITV PRICES. HIGH PRESSURE GREASING. WYNALL CYCLE AGENT. SPARK PLUGS TESTED FREE PHONE: UW91I2 PER 'MANE-NT WAVING | : 12...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
FRIDAY & SATURDAY Muilc ^ lyrtrs and libretto by £??*$ Oteor Hommantvin, 2nd frag IC gloria owanson ««. JOHN BOLES DOUGLASS MONTGOMERY JUNE LANG AL SHEAN REGINALD OWEN J40BART eOSWORTH , JOSEPH CAWTHORN il An Erich Pommer Production From Iho rocord*broolung r ftroodwoy ttope hill ^ «fe|I ? , 'SIR JAMES ]L j— ',\\ 1 Barrie's (j UJu i what rn\ EVERY LU, WOMAN J AHEftNE KNOWS EVANS Sat. Matinee & Sat. Night ON THE STAGE I Monday & Tuesday I ESS?! B ,'-J The star of 'The mi; ?' '/ Gay Divorcee' . in a charming ||BjJ ij sweetheart role! |m:RO(5ERS' M|| laughable. J»Te|i«y e ) Directed by Stephen Roberts \ .fdpdro S. Bermart Production ? A Special Programme OF FIVE PICTURES. ? * ? ? f. Jl Second Feature: £ ) 'WITH WILLIAMSON 1 BENEATH THE SEA' Another Metro Colored Cartoon : 'GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK' Cartoon: 'DAVEY JONES' LOCKER.' NEWS REEL. . ; Coming: Laurel and Hardy in 'Babes in Toy land,' 'Baby Take a Bow' with Shirley Temple. 'Outcast Lady' 'wa'CLil1^..]^inist^....
Pensioners' Concert Record Attendance at Fairfield [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
Pensioners' Concert Record Attendance at Fairfield Conducted by the Fairfield-Guildford branches of the Old Age Pensioners' Asso ciation, the concert in the School of Arl£, Fairfield, on Monday night, was an outstanding success, both from the finan cial and entertainment point of new. The hall could not accommodate the crowd, some people having to be 'turned away. * The well-known Yezidee entertainers, assisted by visiting artists, conducted by Mr. V. Kicly, provided humorous and new acts in a pleading manner. The orchestra played a spirited overture Other numbers, well given and appre ciated. were: Henderson Quartette; Rose : Dubois, elocutionist ; Baby Newhouse, song j and dance; Mr. King, singing Unperson- | atttm; Royal Han-aiians, music wid songs; Miss M. Dubois, violin solo; also humor- 1 ous sketches by the company. I Second part: South 6 isters. clever chair j - act; Mr. King, vocal solo; Mr. Tdnlman, I striking conjuring display; Miss T. New- | hcaise, dance; ''Hie Two Knut...
KITCHEN TEA [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
KH-CHEN ' TEA * A most enjoyable evening was sjicnt in gt. Matthews' Hall, Merrylands. on June 15, when Miss- Becker, of Rydu, and Mr. R. Henderson, of Merrylands, were enter-: tabled by snany^of their friends, Mr. T. Hamel and Mr. R. Becker proved efficient M,6^.- The evening' was spent in games and competitions; Several novelty parcels caused much merriment. During tiief- evening. Mr. Hamel, on be half of the fathering, a£kcd the guests io accept &sha5sbsomc ntility set as- n t-&en of the love and esteem in which they were held by a' Vefy large drcle of friends Little Ruth Becker handed her cousin a floral horseshoe; * Responding, lot; Henderson' thanked Mr. 1 Hamel for his kind words to his fimcce and himself, also thai gathering' for their most useful and beautiful feU*. Their redding wlU lake place at an early date.
SOCCER. SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
SOCCER. SOUTHERN DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION I Results of matches plavcd last Satur | day, June 22:— All Age — Merrylands beat St. John's Paait. -3.-2: SmiUifield b?at Cabnunatta: GuildXord Waijderers beat Chester Hill Under 16— I.O.O.F. beat Guildford Wanderer, fl-l; Cabraniatta a .bye. ^ FIXTURES FOR JUNE 29. AU Age — Merrylands v Sinitlifield. 3 p.m.; St. John's Park v Chester Hill, 3; caorama/.ta v Gujldfoid w.. 3. Under 16 — I.O.O.F. v Cabramatta, 3; Guildford Wanderers a bye. NOTES By Merrylands fc.2a.ting st. John's Park Ixipt Saturday, there aiae (.wo -teams on (op with a possibility .of St. Jchn V. Park taitii? with tile leaders. they have still t^-o deferred matches to play. Decisions of the & and D. held on ytodnesday will b» communicated to clubs and individuals concerned. As the meeting room u. net available for Ju|y 3. the monthly meetine will b? held on July 10. when all m^^ys owing to the -association must be paid.
CARD EVENING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
CARD EVENING I A card evening was held at St. Mat . Mtow'-s Hall, West Merrylands, on Thurs day afternoon, in aid of church funds, and was organised by the Ladies' Guild. About 30 ladies went an enjoyable afber neon, and keen play 'was witnessed. - The winner was Mrs. .Atkinson, Mrs. . Mackcll tied for second place with three other ladies, ahd lafter an exciting play off,, Mrs. Mackell wen. *Mxb. b. Barkli rntsre 'was the winner of a competition, 'axtd Mrs. Harris held the lu^ky door number. , . ? Afternoon tea- w%b provided by the Ladies' Guild mecnbeis.
LADY TENNIS PLATERS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
LADY TENNIS PLAYERS By the courtesy of Messrs. Slazcngers, Ltd.. a of four lady t»nnLs plavrs visited Meriylandi? on June 20, and played Oiifftn i i}f lo^al ladies un*-^r Jh® notaincv of Mrs. IJarcy Meeks. Tlie matches were ori Mr. cc-j^ 53 lands-road. All the flayers and onlookers were very nlea^.-d with th« aitemoon's plr-v. At th? conclusion of tlie match an erliibitibn ladies' -?r7irt-le«i game^ias olav«'i between th* ^Hnfe- ladies, and a delight ful evHbitton nf '?-nnis wp~ gix^en. Results (Merjylaad-? lodies riret) r Bpatty and Ahem v Bressington and Stibbiing 4-6* O'Couuell and Meeks v Brc^lngtm and S#ihHPne 3-6: Me^kc and tr BjCe pnd ryjll«»ss 3-6: Beattv v Br«-irgtr»n 4-6: Ah^rn v 6-4: I Mreks v Stibbllng'4-6; O'Connell v Rice 2-R. Exhibit*^: Pice and Collcse. v Bressing to^ nnd «*Vibli»v 6-4. The arrangements were in the capable j hand® oj Mr. Baden R. Carpenter, repre senting filazoigexs. Ltd. ) . j First A^lr^ss: Oh. 'dear. I'm worried. Wow's th«t ? , Actress: My publici...
Grade Chess. Merrylands-Gulidford v St. George II [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
Grade Chess. Merrylajids-jGuUdford v St. George II The &bove match was olaved at the ? Millions Club, and resulted in a win for Merrylands by 7 games to nil. Mr. F. Deem (Merrylands), one of the leading players, pas unable to play -, but hi? place was filled by Mr. McDonald, one of ths new and rising members of the club, and his success was very gratifying to tlx.1 m lection ccmmlitec. Scores (M.-G. 'mentioned flt*st): — W. Morris 1 v Q. Pickering 0. W. Pink 1 v A. Ben field 0. R. Ogden 1 v L. Steward U. C. Axuvtcy 1 v W. Scriven 0 (A.RS.). J. McDonald 1 v Miss May 0. A. Meriino 1 v J. Radeski 0, T. Meriino I v R. Radeskl 0. Merrylands-Guildfcrd 7. St. George 0. Merrylands have now won 11 games out 14. and as the competition is decided by the number of games wou, the club is doing very well, and if they continue in this way. fbould not be far from the ton whrn the competi'Jon cln^s. The half-yearly meeting will b° held on .T,f1v 1. All particulars can be then ob tained from ...
FILM FLASHES "THE LITTLE MINISTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
FILM FLASHES 'THE LITTLE MINISTER.' 1 For mora than half a century It has been a best seller, ahd is still going strong. That is .Ihe amazing record ol Sir James Barrie's classic story of Scot land, 'The Little Minister.' Now, the universal favorite has been brought to th' scroen, with Kathcrlne Hepburn In the leading role. It will be presented at Merrylands Cinema this Saturday Mon day and Tuesday evenings and at the matinee on Saturday. INTRODUCING THE BOGEYMAN Since childhood days errryone has heard of the Bogeyman; but how many know what this sinister inhabitant of \*oulJi's 'inferno' looks like ? Film dom's eonccptisn can be seen in 'Babes in Toyland,' .the Hal Roach-M-G.M. picturisaUon of Victor Herbert's oper etta. With Laurel and Hardy as stare, the feature-length film will screen at TvTprryland*; Cinema this Saturday, Mon ' -jay and Tuesday evenings and at the matinee on Saturday. The laughget tfnp antics of the comedy team and Vic tor Herbert's, immortal music arc high lig...
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
REGENT NEWS Friday and Saturday— Helen Hayes and Bi-ian Aherne in 'What Every Wo man Kncws.' What does every woman know ? Can modern man. solve the divorce problem by a marriage con tract ? The answers arc in this great emotional triumph. Laughing, kissing j and quarrel'tag to music; romance in i time with it; that's 'Music in the Air,' | with Gloria Swanscn, John B£-le» and j Douglas Montgomery. Motor cycle Cos sacks fhort: Fox Movietone ftewsneel. Saturday night and mitinee — Adby's Animal and Bird -Circus cn the stage — a .special treat both for the children at matinee and adults in ths evening. Monday and Tuesday — 'Romance in Manhattan,' with Ginger Rogers and Francis Lederer.' tlie screen^ newest sweet hearts. A throbbing human down J to oarth story of lif2 in ajaig city. i 'With Williamson Beneath the S'a': j Nature's own drama of b?auty. tragedy i pni terror o( the jungles of the deep: 1 tlie life and death struggles of a uni vcrs uuknown and unexplored . Famous undersea exp...
Only one in Four LEAVES MORE THAN £100. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
Only one in Four ( LEAVES MORE THAN' £100. j Half a million people die in Great Britain each year. Only approximately one in four leaves more than £100. One In five 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 comfortable incomes, ' and even rich men, leave their depend ents 423-pn-tfded -jar -through falling to insure against death duties. . . Only £21,000,000 of the £561,000,000 estates liable to duty is insured. 'Many a man dies leaving huge es tates, but his dependents find themselves practically bepnUess.*' t ''it-is often found that the estate must be, sold at a knock-out price, and that every asset toust be ^ realised -o settle the death and estate duties. , -'The poor man pays insurance regu larly/' - .. - Ther^ have been millionaires who iiave effected huge insurances on their own ' lives and inMf.tcd in tlieir wills that iheir heirs sh...
R.S. & S.I.L., GUILDFORD. Record of Useful Work [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
R.S. & S.I.L., GUILDFORD. Record of Useful Work Guildford sub-branch R££.Ii.A. claim to have taken their plaec soUdly in the /ii2- rid. the principal part of their act ivities -being relief and finding of work fcr returned men. The brief analysis of their doings may b? of interest. S'jice December last tlie following assistance has been given: — Two suits of cloJies u- men obtaining work: temporary work for 14 men at £3/17. 9 per meek; work for 10 men every Saturday, at- 2' -per bou**: burial assistance £15: relief lor a soldier's wife and six children, £10; relisl for a deceased soldicrXwife. £15 -store expenses will be paid next month); seven pension claims investigated* anoeals made with, two Increases from the Pensions' Tribunal, and five permanent jobs cblained. Fifty members arc new regis'.ered In the sub branch. and th» hon. scc-retary. Mr. Mc Naught, holds twent further nomination forms. Jotiy-five primary proouct'oro^rs were given on July 19. and' tiiiity-five last ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 27 June 1935
Fw Your Traced Goods see Uxe Supply at I E. H. line and Co., Guildford. R. E. PETERS MERRYLANDS ROAD (Rear ol Young's), MERRYLANDS. THE .original licensed plumber GASFITTER and DBAINER Established 20 Years. Esttaatfs Fixe. All Work Guaranteed. Sanitary Work a Speciality. PHONE: UWS464. Printed and published for the proprietors by W. J. Bright, at 'The JJlz' News paper office, Smart-fit., Fairfield, N.S.W Merrylands Fruit Palace 184 MERRYLANDS ROAD. . TRY US FOR A FAIR DEAL. Choice Local Cauliflowers and Cabbage. The ?EST FRUIT at a LOW PRICE. RELIEF ORDERS ACCEPTED. T.x MESjtUNO, Proprietor. 'RENOWN- FRUIT PALACE OPPOSITE NEWSAGENCY, GUILDFORD. Ww-e tl^e GOOD POTATOES are ! Week-end Special Shown in our Window, Thursday. TWa Special to Relief Orders. I T HOMPSON'S * Corn_Flake» .. .. 6£d & 1/ ^ ' Cerix Wheat .... pkt. i? 'AHy' Salmwa . . 7£d& 11 Jd H. Ugb GM*. ., 9£d eaph $'? Federal Miticfe?, 2 iot I0*d Marville Margarine . . . lb. 9^d ;.v.' Quality Jfouw* . Hid eac...