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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

Of the Latest Novelties in Dress Goods , VOJJjBS, in New and Dainty DeBigns and Colorings, 38in. tfide ... 1/9, 1/lli 2/6, 2/U PURE Sllfli CREPE DE CHINE, Extra Ileavy Make, in all the New Tonings, 36in. wide 7/ir yard AT J, BRITISH BRETWAY CLOTH, in all new shades; guaranteed fast colors, 36in. wide , l/i> yard LINEAR, in every conceivable color, 36in. wide, 10id. and 1/1£ yd. ART SILK RAYON SUEDETTE-a new and fashionable material for Summer, in all plain colors, 36in. wide 4/11 yard PRINTED CAMBRICS, a big assortment of Dainty Patterns, 32m. wide 1/3 and 1/9 yard ALL BRITISH FUJI, SILK FINISH, in all the required colors, 1/3 yard MAKE USE OF OUR LAY-BY WE TAKE AUSTRALIAN CASH ORDERS Woods, Th° C1"1 Big Euchre Tournament. CHAIRS ! HAMS i CAKES ! ALL GOOD PRIZES AT THE Bia EUCHRE TOURNAMENT FAIRFIELD SCHOOL OF ARTS SATURDAY November 10 SATURDAY PRIZES : TWO SEAGRASS CHAIRS TWO XMAS HAMS TWO XMAS (Best) CAKES ^ GENTS, 2/-; LADIES, 1/6 DON'T MISS THEM ! DON'T MISS THEM ! CABRArVALE...

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ELECTRICITY IN THE HOME. HANDY ELECTRIC IRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

ELECTRICITY IN THE HOME. HANDY ELECTRIC IRON. Do you use an electric iron.' The day is past when electricity is considered merely as electric light.. To-day electric power is equally im portant. An electric iron is one of the chief of the power dcvices for the home. Its advantages are main ly: It costs a penny an hour to use; it is clean; it is convenient; it heats quickly; it is fitted .with a thumb rest; much less lifting is required; it saves wrist exhaustion, and it is to the physical and mental benefit of the user. HOT WATER QUICK How often does the need for hot water occur to the average house wife in every twenty-four hours? No statistics are available on this question, but the number would probably be 15 or 20. The most entirely satisfactory answer to this need is the electric hot water jug or kettle. An electric jug provides 3 pints of boiling water in 5 minutes at a cost of less than a farthing. Sec M. Wilson, Ware-st.

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SCOUTS' JAMBOREE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

SCOUTS' JAMBOREE We have received a circular giv ing information in connection witli the visit of a contingent of Austra lian Scouts to he "Coming of Ag: Jamboree" in England next year. Arrangements are being made for n camp of 30,000 Scouts, who will at tend from 48 different nations. Th.? actual Jamboree Camp will be ai, Birkenhead, from July 30 until August 14, 1929, after which the Australian Contingent will tour various parts of England, Scotland, France, Switzerland and perhaps Belgium. Travelling arrangements by boat are not yet completely final ised, but the contingent should journey to England via the Cape and return via Suez, the whole trip being made within a period of six months and at a total cost of £100 per Scout, plus £20 pocket money. The general secretary's address is 268 George-st., Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

OOUBMAW . itottcitor TOW HALL CHAMBERS iJHuEGH ST., PABRAMATTA. Tel.: UW 8601. VISITS: Guildford, Tuesdays, 10 to 12 noon. Fairfield, Friday night, 7 to 9.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

,0PP. STATION FAIRFIELD PLANET CORDIAL EXTRACT lOd. BURNETS' CORDIAL EXTRACT 10d AEROPLANE PURE FRUIT EXTRACT 10 ' BROOKS'LEMOS ., 1/84 MONSERRAT LIME JUICE 2/9 PLANET CORDIAL SYRUP lid Bot. GINGER BEER POWDER 5d Pkt. felFFEL TOWER - LEMONADE XYTALS 7 Id COWS' PURE CORDIAL SYRUPS .... .. 1/44 GOWS' PURE CORDIAL SYRUP 2/ : KIA ORA LEMON OR ORANGE SQUASH 1/81 O.T. 5 lOld, 1/74 PLANET FRUIT SALINE 71d, 1/21 ENO'S FRUIT SALTS, Large Size 3/11 FLY PAPER Hanging Id Each : WILLIAMS' FLY PAPERS 2d Each TANGLEFOOT FLY PAPERS 2d Each CHAMPION LINEN GLOSS 2 Id Pkt : KANKAMPE 8d and lOd Tin RED FEATHER DELICACIES 3d Tin NESTLES' CREAM, 4oz. Tins 7|d MOSQUITO STICKS 1/1 Box GITRONELLA .. COCOANUT OIL 4 id and 61d. GLYCERINE PURE 6d Bot. GLYCERINE PURE 3 oz. Bottles 9&d GODDARDS PLATE POWDER 64d CALVERTS' TOOTH POWDER Bid MOUSE TRAPS 2d each BEATALL MOPS 21 OCEDAR MOPS' No. 2 COMPLETE 6/3 6 CEDAR OIL .. 1/44, 2/8 . MORTEIN 1/3 and 2/2 \ FLY TOX 1/71 and 2/10 HANSENS JUNKET TABLETS 1/1 KEL...

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Municipality of Cabramatta and Canley Va[?] LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT. 1919 TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF ALDERMEN, 1928. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

Municipality of Csntoutittfi And Canley Vttlb LOCAL GOVERNMENT jCT. 1919 TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF ALDERMEN, 1928. NOTICE it hereby given tfaat. in ac cordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act, 1919, and Or dinances made thereunder, an ELEC TION OP NINE ALDERMEN as follows:- Three for Csnlcy Yale Ward. Three (8) for Cabramatta Ward, Three for St. John's Ward, to constitute the Council of the Muni cipality of Cabramatta and Canley Vale for the triennial period 1929, 1930. 1931, will be held on Saturday the 1st day of December, 1928. NOMINATION DAT The day of Nomination will be Fri day the 23rd day of November, 1928 and the place of nomination the Town Hall, Cabramatta. Every Candidate for Election shall be proposed for nomination in writing in the form prescribed, and on such nomination form Bhall be stated the Surname and other names of the candidate,1 or his name, as it appcara on the Roll of electors, and his abode and present or uBual occupation and be signed by two or...

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Cabre-Vale Cycle Club. MR. J. COSTIGAN'S TROPHY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

Cabre-Vale Cycle Club. MR. J. COSTIGAN'S TROPHY On Saturday last the club held a race on a course three times round the municipality, a distance of 2Ji miles, for the valuable canteen of cutlery presented by Mr. J. Costigan, of Cabramatta. The race was very keenly contested and was watched with great interest by a good crowd. Result: T. Ryan (2.10), 1; T. Knigljt, 2; F. Key, 3; R. Evans, 4. This Saturday the race will be for the Bcllion Cup, presented by Mrs. Bellion, at present held by T. Ryan, and has to be won twice in succes sion to be come his property. As T. Ryan is riding in very good form, as are also several other members of the club, the event should prove of great local interest. On Saturday next, Mr. Bcllion will be present and present the trophy to the winner. The following are the handicaps: F. Kerz scr., T. Ryan 1.0, P. Foar 1.40, W. Peacock 2.10, J. Pugsley 2.40 K. Evans 2.55, L. Charlwood 3.16, W. Cannon 3.45, W. Wilkinson 4.0, R. Light 4.20, H. Rush 4.40, T. Knight...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sued for Rates. DISCUSSION AT COUCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

Sued for Rates. DISCUSSION AT COUCIL As Fairfield Municipal Council was to go into committee at its meeting last night, Ald. Bell asked if a letter had been received from Mrs. Ellis. The Mayor said a letter had been received, and would be dealt with later in the meeting. Ald. Bell requested that the letter be read then, in open council, and this was done. The letter from Mrs. A. M. Ellis stated that she had been summoned by the rate collector (Mr. Palmer) for current rates, although it had been reported that he was not em- powered to do so, she desired to know the reason for this action. The town clerk read a reply he had forwarded to Mrs. Ellis, stating that the prosecution was taken un- der council's instructions, for water main rates. Ald. Bell said the letter was sim- ilar to others. The municipality was reeking with complaints. Mrs. Ellis had been sued for current rates, when there were many who were in areas, who should have been dealt with first. He knows it would be said the...

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SUCCESSFUL CRICKETERS' PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

SUCCESSFUL CRICKETERS' PARTY The party held on Wednesday, October 31, by the Fairfield West Cricket Club, at Mrs. Bull's resi- dence, was both socially and financi- ally a splendid success. This func- tion was arranged to raise funds for the expenses of the coming cricket- ers' dance and euchre party, Novem ber 16. Over 100 people were present and the amount of £10 was realised. During the evening ama- teur theatricals were a novel and appreciated innovation, together with dancing, games, and competi- ions. The Cricket Club wishes to thank the ladies' committee for ar ranging such a pleasant evening. See the advertising columns of this pap er for the details of the cricketers' annual dance and euchre party.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

'Phone: Liverpool 132 #. T. WHITLOW SURGEON DENTIST , Opp. Council Chambers WARE ST., FAIRFIELD ! HOURS ' Daily 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Siturd>yi 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Tuesday and Friday Evenings . 7 to 9 H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone: Lav. 259 STAND SOLID FOR YOUR OWN TOWN 1 BUILD UP ITS PROPERITY AND YOUR OWN 1 BUY EVERYTHING LOCALLY Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Crossland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Between Canley Vale and Fairfield) Viiiti all parta of Cabramatta, Can ley Vale, or Fairfield districts on phone message or letter. Pony and Sulky always available for all parts of the District COLLECTION OF RENTS A special department of our business is the collection o£ rents, and general attention to property and insurance matters. District property owners should see us rc these matters. ROWLEY LIVERPOOL. The Farm Salesman Jgext Govt. Bavings Bank, FRED TIVEY TAILOR Mercer and Outfitter Suits to Suit at Prices to Suit WARE S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928

AI com , PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT >RD ROAD, GUILDFORD lateClean Slock of Groceries and Stock only the 'jBestBrands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ON DAILY V And Orders are Ddivered Same Day as Received FULLSTOCKS OF PRODUCE, WOOD, COAL, AND COKE a. J. s JJM&RT STREET FAIRFIELD JIB® IJVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT SOUSE AND LAND AGENT . ' Aootion Sqles Every Saturday Morning. Sales 'Conducted in Any Part of the District. Insurance Effected. RETURNS PROMPTLY EXECUTED Horace Smith, WisheB to Notify the Residents of Canley Vale that he HAS OPENDED a First-Class LADIES' & GENT'S HAIRDRESSING SALOON Situated in Animus' Store CANLEY VALE ROAD - CANLEY VALE (Near the Station) PRIVATE ROOM FOR LADIES. Fairfield PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL Phone 301 J Liverpool Phone 301 J Liverpool Nurse Podmore, A. T. N. A. (Registered) (Certificated Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney) ADDRESS: "ST. KEVERN," BARBARA ST,. FAIRFIELD (Near the Fire Station) Outdoor and Indoor Cases Attended, All Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

&& M«BURN£Y & CO. s (Late Collins & Co,) s v SWART STREET. FAIRFIELD . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT i of Best Country Pollard and Bran i Oaten and Wh eaten Chaff rfood and Spices of all Kindt IPATON BURNS FERTILISERS. Yates Perm and Garden Seeds. Bulk Supplies Greenfeast Peas, and Canadian Wonder Beans. PHONE No.: LIV. 238. ' § ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. District Agent for Texaco Motor Spirits, Oils and Kerosene B. JOYCE Stationer and Newsagent CABRAMATTA INSPECT OUR FINE SELECTION OF OVERSEA NOVELTIES AND XMAS CARDS. CHOICE DESIGNS AND CHEAPER THAN EVER. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW THEM. - *OST NOW FOR HOME MAIL. A .LARGE STOCK OP XMAS PRESENTS FOR YOUNG & OLD C ALL THE LATEST AT CITY PRICES. USE OUR LAY-BY. DAILY PAPERS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS, SWEETS, DRINKS. tPOBACCO AND .CIGARETTES ALWAYS IN STOCK. Telephone: Liverpool 286 W.J.CLARK Builder "MYEE," NELSON ST., FAIRFIELD (opp. Protestant Hall) William mctcalfe « Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

" Udisco" One*Dial Super-Neut THE UDISCO SUPER-NEUT. incorporates tremendous POWER ft RANGE, (WITH THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF SELECTIVITY. It is the "Rolls-Royce" in Radio Receiving Sets. Everybody strives to have the Best. Put one of these in, and yon cannot he beaten. It is unparalleled for Daylight Reception of Interstate Broadcasting, designed to give Exquisite Tone Quality. 4-VALVE SET, with 3 Philips A608 1 Power Valves .... £20 5-VALVE SET, with 4 Philips A609 1 Power Valves £30 6-VALVE SET, with S Philips A609 1 Power Valves £40 Easy Terms; Small Deposit, Balance over 12 months. Accessories Extra. . Erected and put in going order FREE OF CHARGE. Demonstrations in your own home FREE. Every Part Except Valves and Batteries Guaranteed, CALL AND INSPECT M. WILSON RADIO SUPPLIER WARE STREET FAIRFIELD Astoi SHIELDED THREE RADIO RECEIVER. BEAUTY is one of the numerous attributes of the new AST0R SHIELDED THREE. Small in size, measuring only 10 ins. long. LESS IN SIZE, AND PRICE; BUT MAG...

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FAIRFIELD WEST [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

FAIRFIELD WEST The regular meeting of Fairfield West Progress Association was held on Tuesday night, 13th inst., the at tendance being small owing to stormy weather conditions. Correspondence was received from Mr. Bowdcn, M.P., re letter delivery, stating that a minimum of 200 articles was required through the local post office to justify a letter delivery. The town clerk, Fairfield forward ed letters in connection with street lights, straying stock and slaughter yard complaints. Mention was made of the Hncon envient location of the polling booth for the Federal election, and the secretary was instructed to write the district returning officer pointing out that the local Hall was much more .suitable place for future polls. The straying stock nuisance was again discussed, and the neglect of the Municipal Council in this matter was strongly criticised. Mr. J. S. Brain was elected a vice ? president of the Association in place of MAdams, resigned. The president announced that a euchre ...

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GOOD PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

GOOD PRINTING Mr. Business Man, do you get ail your printing done iocally? "The Biz" can execute all the printing re nuiied in the district where it circu lates, and asks to be given the oppor tunity 01 doing so. The workman ship is guaranteed, and the prices are right.

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Halloween Social Evening CANLEY VALE PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

Halloween Social Evening CANLEY VALE PRESBYTERIANS. On the evening- of Wednesday, October 31, some hundreds of guests at the invitation of the members of the Canley Vale Presbyterian Ladies' Guild, mot in the Cabramatta Town Hal!, where they spent a most enjoy able time, being entertained with a very choice musical programme, nnd a number of time-honoured games for the young.folk, also with a num ber of competitions and mysteries; this latter portion of the programme being- the work of a witch who visits all "Halloween" events. Mr. J. Hardy, the worthy secretary of the Canley Vale committee of management, occupied the chair and in the course of his remarks apolo gised for the ahscnce of both Mr. and Mrs. McLean through sickness, and conveyed to all present on their be half the sincere wish for a very pleasant evening. The Ladies' Guild and committee of mangement desire to convey to all those who by their presence, financial support, and the following artists who by their various con...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. John's Park VILLAGE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

St. John's Park VILLAGE FAIR There was a big crowd at St. John's Park school ground on Satur day last, when the village fair took place. It was a great time both for the helpers and public, for the latter were not slow to seize the bargains offering and very little was left on any stall. The Gipsy fortune-teller was rush ed by eager clients who expressed wonder at his readings, and were im pressed with his advice. The enthusiasm of the crowd and the good feeling which characterised them showed that the;, were behind the school and the teacher, who is de servedly very popular. The ladies who were responsible for the success of Saturday's func tion were: Fancy stall, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Gill; lollies, Mrs. Ollis, Mrs. Snowdon and Mrs. Geggie; produce, Mrs. Raynor, Mrs. Ellis, and Mrs. Anderson; refreshments, Mrs. White Mrs. McGregor and Mrs. Buckland; hoop-la, Miss Court, and'Athol Ollis. The result was a few shillings short of f20, which will be made up yet, and will be devoted to s...

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RATTLESNAKE BY RADIO Shock for Listeners, [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

RATTLESNAKE BY RADIO Shock for Listener*, A drcaful shock was experienced by a few thousand radio listeners in America recently. They were sit ting round their receiving sets in their respective homes, just as they do in Australia, when suddenly they heard at their feet, as it seemed, the sound of a rattlesnake. In hundreds of homes the whole family bounded back with a start. Some instinctively looked round for sticks, others bolted from the room. Others again realised the fact at once, what they heard was a rattle snake sure enough, but the sound was coming through the loud speak er, the serpent being somewhere at the broadcasting station perhaps a hundred miles or more distant. It turned out that th's was the idea of the officials at broadcasting station KGO of a suitable way of introducing a lecture oil rattlesnakes. It was deliberately intended to make the radio audience jump.

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RADIO IN POLITICS. New Russian Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

RADIO IN POLITICS. New Ruttian Station. The potentialities of radio from the point of view or international politics was touched upon by Mr. J. S. Garden, secretary of the N.S.W. Labor Council, in an address at the Communist Hail, last Sunday. The object of the meeting was to celebrate the eleventh anniversary of the communist revolution in Russia. Mr. Garden said that the absence of literature, barred out by the Prime Minister, prevented Austra lian workers from knowing what was happening in Russia. The Soviet Government, however, was making preparations to use every modern method of spreading1 its prooaganda. A great radio station was being built at Vladivostock, from which Russia's message would be heard by Eastern Asia, including the industrial masses of Japan. It might well be, as scien tific achievement developed, thai the radio messages from Russia would reach Australia, and the people who were now prevented from reading the printed word, would simply tune In point of fact th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. John's Ambulance. REMEMBERS FALLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

St. John's Ambulance. REMEMBERS FALLEN. Members of the St. John Ambu lance Brigade, from all parts of N.S.W. gathered in full force on Saturday afternoon, November lo, .when the acting Commissioner Dr. Hugh R. G. Poatc, placed a tribute to their comrades who fell in the Great War. After the ceremony, the Brigade, headed by the Mosman Municipal Band, marchcd to Govern ment House for inspection, by the Lieutenant Governor, Sir William Cullen. In pruising the brigade for its noble voluntary work,Sir William said he was proud to be associated with the movement. Two competitions were held, dur ing the afternoon, the Sinclair Cup, for first aid for men, and the Brooks Cup, Home Nursing, for the ladies. The results were as follow:-Sin clair Cup: Mosman Division 1st, Mcrrylands, Cabramatta Division 2nd, Marrickville 3rd. Brooks Cup: City Central 1st, King's Cross 2nd, Fairfield 3rd. Farfield Nursing Division deserves great praise considering the division has not yet been twelve months es ta...

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