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Holroyd Municipal Council. TUESDAY NIGHT'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 February 1929

Holroyd Municipal Council. TUESDAY NIGHT'S SITTINGS.   Aid. Bacon (Mayor), with Aid. Warnock, Brett, Jones, Maunder, Shaw, Rainbow, Smith and Duke, attended Tuesday night's meeting of the Holroyd Council. The Mayor moved a motion of condolence to Mrs. Bruntnell and family on their recent bereavement on the death of the late Mr. A. BruntnelL CORRESPONDENCE. The Local Government Depart ment wrote in reply to council's, re quest that the Minister receive a deputation in connection with the council's general fund overdraft, and asking the council to submit the facts of the case in the first in stance in writing for the considera tion of the Minister, who will then decide whether a deputation will be necessary. The Department of Labour and Industry wrote concerning the loan of £2000 to be made available by the Cabinet sub-committce dealing with the question of unemployment. _ Con ditions of loah are that it will be advanced to council free of interest for the first two years...

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£18,300 For Sewerage SCHEME FOR GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 February 1929

£18,300 For Sewerage SCHEME FOR GRANVILLE. On Tuesday night, the Granville Council received a letter from the Secretary, Metropolitan Water Sew- erage and Drainage Board, and also from Mr. G. C. Scouller and Alder- man T. Cheetham, stating that the Board had approved of the laying of reticulation sewers as follow:— No. 1 area, bounded approximately by Good-st., Great Western Road, Kemp-st., Gray-st., Hamilton-st., Duck Creek and East-st. Estimated cost, £3900. No. 2 area, bounded approximately by Duck Creek, The Avenue, Maude- st., Lumley-st., Carlton-st., and Rail- way Parade. Estimated cost, £7200. No. 3 area, bounded approximately by Woodville Road, William-st., The Avenue, John-st., and Brunswick st. Estimated cost £7200. The total estimated cost amounts to £18,300. Mr. Scouller and Ald. Cheetham also intimated that the tender of N. H. Jones and Co. for the construc- tion of 11,300 lineal feet of concrete, cast iron and stoneware pipes in Hol- royd for £8,958, had been accepted ...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 February 1929

ST. JOHN'S PARK The euchre party at St. John's Park on Saturday night in aid of the School of Arts, building fund, was again successful. Mrs. Young's orchestra played good dance music, Mr. Miller was again M.C., and Mr. T. Hunt looked after the euchre. Lady prize-winners were: Mrs. Paull Haberfield) 1st, Mrs. Smith 2nd, Mrs. Gibson 3rd, Mrs. J. Keyes 4th. Gents: Mr. Hall Haberfield) 1st Mr. Gibson 2nd, Mr. J. Anderton 3rd, Mr. J. Reardon 4th. Box of chocolates Miss F. Ash.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

When buying from our advertiser*, .ajrs. "I ttw it'in "Tie Biz" New* paper." -- FAIRFIELD SCHOOL OF ARTS Support Your Local Institute All Sort* of Games Billiards, Cards, Draughts, Chess, Dominoes, Etc. Up-to-date Library Subscription Gents, 2/6 Quarter; Ladies, 2/6 Widows, Wives and Daughters of Members 1 /6 per quarter H. L. GIBB, President A. D. HODGINS, See. MEN'S WHITE CANVAS LACE SHOES, tripe soles, from 5/11. COLBGHIN'S, The CttSttut, FAIR HELt).

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BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). GENERAL NOTES. ANOTHER CONCERT PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted byM. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). GENERAL NOTES. ANOTHER CONCERT PARTY. On February 23 the Hospital Con Cert paitty from Btation 2FC are going to visit the Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital at Concord West. Charles Lawrencc is taking; with him Harrison White, Dorothy Drewar, and Frank Ryan. This concert will be put on the air by station 2 F C, and is looked forward to by listeners, as hese' concerts are usually very good. THE SOUTHERN CROSS. It is expected that the Southern Cross, the great "bird" of the Trans Pacific flight, will shortly be leav ing on a trip to England to break Hinkler's record of 16 days down to 13 days. Of course the two "birds" -Smith and Ulm-will be with it and also Mr. McWilliams at the radio. Jimmy Warner, the wireless operator on the Trans-Pacific flight, said noth ing pleased him more than to know that "whilst I was shovin' out the signals, you chaps were gettin' 'em!" It is hoped that Mr. McWilliams will keep '...

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MOTOR BY-PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

MOTOR BY-PASSES. Motorists who * have travelled in the country will hear with delight that there is now a prospect of get ting rid of the tedious business of opening public gates acroBs roads. The relief comes from a simple de vice known as a motor by-pass. An opening is made in the fence along side the gate, and a pit is dug from two to five feet deep in this opening. Across the pit there is an open grill, flush with the road level, resembling two parrallel ladders with the rungs . about six inches apart. The motor car wheels run across these ladders, but four-footed animals, would find them impassable. The proposal is that on all those roads where in creasing traffic has made the public gate a nuisance the owner shall be required either to remove the gate altogether or to put a by-pass in alongside it. The Act passed last month removes the legal risk, and councils all over the State are con sidering the installation of these by passes.

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WRITTEN BACKWARDS. Methods of Famous Detective Story Author. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

WRITTEN BACKWARDS. Method* of F*mou« Detective Story Author. How does the author of the deteo tive novel construct his story, and how does he eventually find a reas onable solution to an apparently in soluble mystery? These questions must have often puzzled readers. S. S. van Dine, the author of "The Canary Murder Case," which Para mount is producing at the Hollywood studios, explained his methods in a recent interview. He says that his stories are written backwards. Three months are spent in evolving the problem that every detective story must have. That js one of the mast difficult phases of his work, for no amount of writing will take the place of a weak and unconvincing plot. The outline of the story is traced, working from thd solution of the problem back to the beginning of the story. The next six months are devoted to writing the novel, which, according to van Dine, is the least laborious portion of the work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Phone: Liverpool 238 Phone: Liverpool 218 R. SHIRTLIFF (Late T. Hawkins) WOOD, COAL, AND COKE MERCHANT SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD Leave Your Orders With , J. G. McBURNEY & CO., SMART ST., FAIRFIELD Immediate Delivery Best Quality F. DIXON, CABINET MAKER AND JOINER All Classes of Furniture made to Design or Catalogue. Straight from Factory to User. Very Reasonable Prices Every Satisfaction Guaranteed ESTIMATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. JOHN STREET, GABRAMATTA. 'PHONE, Uv. The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE Cakes, Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter's Ice Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes; Billycans, and Bathing Costumes Agent for A. M. P. Society, Cabramatta-Liverpool District S. C JONES, Proprietor W. S. Brown CANLEY VALE BAKERY WHITE AND BROWN BREAD CAKES AND f ASTRY NOTE.- All Goods Made on the Premises PARTIES AND PICNICS CATERED FOR ESTIMATES GIVEN FR...

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GOOD PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

GOOD PRINTING air. Business Man, ao you get all: your printing donelocally? ."Tim Biz" can execute all the printing re quired in the district where ft circu lates, and asks to bfe given the oppor tunity of doing eo. ?he^ofck#u*n ship is guaranteed, Reprices are right.

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Electricity in the Home. COOLING BREEZES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Electricity in the Home. COOLING BREEZES When Mahomet found that the mountain would not come to hint, he made the best of things and went to the mountain. There are many who would like to enjoy cool breefces, but often the breeces won't come. But don't worry about it. Fit an electric fan in the house. Connect it, snap on the swich and lean back in your favor ite chair with a sigh of relief. The electric fan is not only cool ing, it is health-giving. It sweeps away stagnant air and fills the rooms afresh. WHO CAN FIX IT ? The clectric iron is an implemenc which requires little attention. There is no need for it to over heat, and the current can be turned off long before ironing is finished, as the stored heat will carry on. The iron should be kept in a dry place, and, if used in a house near the sea, or where the air is un duly damp, a rub over with bees wax once a month will protect the sole plate. DON'T WASH. The electric toaster and the elec tric table stove are good-looking ap pl...

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FASHION FORECASTS PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED FOR PARAMOUNT STARS. The Tennis Frock. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

FASHION FORECASTS PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED FOR PARAMOUNT STARS. The Tc/init Frock. No n.oiicrr. wvnariV wardrobe is foMi'ln'c these days vithout at least inn sports dress. White,is always smart wear, no i.ii.tttr what the oc casion; and is the favourite of Bebs Daniels, Paramount's vivacious brun ette star. ATE-NNIS FROCK. Jbs featured by 3ebe J)ontels Jt {Paramount Star For wear in "Take me home," her latest picture for Paramount, Miss Daniels chose a sleeveless frock of heavy white crepe. The knife pleats in the front of the skirt make this a model which may be worn for any sport with the great comfort. The gold belt and gay embroidery in gold thread add a touch of colour. The Latest Pyjamai. The modern pyjamas are more fut uristic than ever and are designed to match the boudoir. Evelyn Brent wears a charming pair in Paramount^ "Interference." the trousers are of a deep shaded gsaen velvet and are topped by a blouse and sash of chartreuse eatia. The saah is swathed round the waist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Arthur Bedford GENERAL DRAPER, CLOTHIER MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL THIS IS The DSnkum Sale Men's All Wool Blue Serge Suits, all sizes, clearing at £3/7/6. Worth £6/6. Millinery Half-Price LADIES & CHILDRENS' FROCKS N&AKL.Y HALK-PKlCfc.. MOSQUITO NETS at Clearing Prices Gents, Get a Borsalino Hat. Men's Working Shirts, good and Strong, 3/11. Were 6/11. A Big Line of LADIES' FUJI Frocks all Colors, Clearing at 13/11. All Silk. DO YOU KNOW THAT DICK ALCHIN'S SUMMER SALE IS NOW ON Now It Your opportunity to Buy the Best Booti, Shoes and Sandshoes AT THE CHEAPEST PRICES. All lines must be cleared to make room for complete new stock. It it impossible for you to buy cheaper anywhere. So, come along and bring your friends. DICK ALCHIN MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL On Saturday last Mr. A. S. Finney conducted a very successful furni ture sale at Canley Vale, on behalf of Mr. Stephens. There was a large attendance of buyers, despite the rain, and every article was disposed of. The dam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Phone: Liv. 178 MISSES WHYFOON. (Late of Farmer and Co.) . COSTUMIERES and MILLINERS 303 3rd Floor, Rawson Chambers. Rawson Place, SYDNEY. and Bridge Buildings DALE STREET, FAIRFIELD ! HIGH-CLASS WORK IN THE LATEST MODES. J Also Knife, Sox and French Pleat ing done, and Buttons covered. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

er-Sale Oddments A Big Assortment of odd Lengthain Dress Voiles, 38 in. wide, Usual Price 1/11 to 2/11. Oddmettt Price, 1/ per yard. Ladies Art Silk Hose, Extra long leg. Usual Price, 3/11. Oddment Price 2/11. Hemstitched Pillow Slips. Usual Price 1/. Oddment Price 8|d Ladies' Cotton Singlets, summer weight, without sleeves, bound neck. Usual Price, 2/6. Oddment Price, 1/6, Men's Cotton Singlets, light-weight, for summer wear. Usual Price, 1/0. Oddment Price, 1/9. WE TAKE CASH ORDERS. MAKE USE OF OUR LAY-BY. The Guildford Draper POMEROY SALE ROOMS. WARE STREET, FAIRFIELD (Next Protestant Hall). STUART G. CHAMBERS AUCTIONEER, SECOND-HAND DEALER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT OUTDOOR' SALES CONDUCTED. HOUSES TO LET and FOR SALE, Always on hand. FURNITURE BOUGHT and SOLD, Highest Prices given. GIVE US A TRIAL, YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE. Local Agents for-BRITISH .TRADERS INSURANCE CO., LTD. FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. MAKE NOTE OF THE ADDRESS Next the Protestant Hall. E. R. HURD'S GREAT OPEN...

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Of Interest to Women EXERCISE AND SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Of Interest to Women EXERCISE AND SLEEP. Best Beauty Recipc sayes Esther Ralston, Paramount star. Perfect health and the ability to appear always at one's best -are big factors in the success of any motion picture star, according to Esther Ralston, who is now playing in Para mount's "The Case of Lena Smith." Miss Ralston says that a healthy body is the first requisite for lasting beauty, and she achieves that end by plenty of exercise and sleep. . Miss Ralston also advises the old remedy ,"an apple a day," which she claims not only keeps the doctor away, but also any sign of wrinkles. A two mile walk in the early morn ing, and a twenty minute swim in the evening at the completion of her day's work before the cameras, and also at least eight hours 6leep every night, are responsible for that won derfully clear complexion, which is so admired by picturegoers all over the world. BUSINESS GIRL FROCKS. The business girl to-day must be smart and up-to-date, but not con spicuous, according ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

LADIES* GLACE KID STRAP SHOES, wide fitting, from 14/1-1. . COLE? CHIN'S, The Creiccot, Paitfield.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

The NOTCD DRAPER FAIRFIELD, . . ? ? ami »ii i « mf .Sale! Sale! Sale! TEN DAYS' SALE. Commencing Friday February 15 at 9 a.m. Discount of ten per cent. (2/ in £) on all pur chases, in addition to our . usual. Discount,. of Green Coupons. Heavy Stocks to be Cleared. Our Goods are fresh and up-to-date. Every article guaranteed. Exceptional Bargains for keen Shoppers. Manchester, Dress Goods and. Millinery, Hos iery, Gloves, Ribbons and Laces. Come early and be suited. PHONE, LIV. 801 M. Men's Working Boots (STRONG AND RELIABLE) KEENLY PRICED AT At E. 1. DOWRIES' NEW BOOT PALACE (NEXT COUNCIL CHAMBERS). FAIRFIELD, MEN'S MILITARY COSSACKS, both Tan and Black, 15/11; others at 16/11, 17/11, 18/11. MEN'S BLACK Officers' and Naval BOOTS, Now 19/11. MEN'S TAN OFFICERS' BOOTS, Now 21/. targe Stock of MEN'S BOOTS and SHOES, from 15/6 to 42/. Also BARGAINS in ODDMENTS ofLADIES SHOES, from 6/11. E. L. DOWNED BOOT PALACE. WARE STREET. FAIRFIELD BHOP WITH 1 I. 6. MoBURNEY GROCER, HARDWARE &am...

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Carramara and District Progress Association (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Carramara and District Progress Association (Contributed). The usual monthly general meet ing was held on Tuesday, 6th. inst.. Much matter of interest to the dis-' trict came forward under the heading of reports. The president reported to the as sociation the fact that a settlement had been arrived at in the matter of the Villawood No. 2 subdivision. The president claimed that the asso ciation could take credit for being largely instrumental in this highly satisfactory settlement, for a letter of protest against the action of the then council in setting the seal of the council on the transfer, without first having the vendors provide macadamised roads, as passed at a previous meeting, coincided with a motion for the rescission of the pre vious minute brought on by Alder men Clancy and Stimson, and he felt sure that the association's letter had sufficient influence to carry the mo tion for recission.-The report was received, with the comment that the sooner the money was put on the r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND FAIRFIELD. Sunday, February 17. Smithfield 8 a.m" H.G. Rev. H. E. Rogers; 11 {Children's church), Rev. H. E. Rogers; 745, Mr. H. E. S. Doyle, of Moore College. Fairfield 11, Mr. H. E. S. Doyle; 7.16, Rev. H.E. Rogers. Mark Lodge 7.15, Mr. Robinson. Fairfiefild West, 3 p.m., Rev. H. B. Rogers. CABRAMATTA (1st Sunday in Lent, Feb. 17). Divine Services. St. John's Park, 9.30 a.m., H.C., Vicar. Cabramatta 11, Vicar; 7.15, Mr. Edgerton. Canley Vale 11, Mr. Edgerton; 7.15. Vicar (farewell service to Mr. and Mrs. John and family). Cecil Park 3, Vicar. On Sunday, February 24, a num ber of boys from the Carlingford Homes will assist at the evening serv ice at Canley Vale. METHODIST CHURCH Fairfield 11, Rev. W. E. Bennett, M.A..B.D. (harvest thanksgiving); 3, Rev. G. \V. Johnston (harvest thanksgiving). Liverpool 11 and 7.15, Mr. J. G. Major. Ingleburn 11.15, Rev. G. W. John ston. Smithfield 3, Rev. W. E. Bennett; 7.15, Mr. J. G. Major. Cabramatta 11, Mr. J. Maj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

OREGON " BALTIC Phone UW 9098. REDWOOD V J WE STOCK AND DELIVER ON THE JOB EVERY KIND OF TIMBER GROWN. and Specialise in CYPRESS PINE White Ant and Borer-Proof, and * ill All Australian Timbers We have our own Sawmills in the Bush. We can give you thevery best Q UALITY, PRICE tand ATTENTION, Come and have a Look for Yourself, and get a Quote. The Cypress Pine Co,. - timber merchants - PttMt, Itierrywads Phone UW 9098. H. L. MILNE, Proprietor. Lime and (Sement BRICKS, SAND, ASHES FIBRO CEMENT SHEETS, WATERPIPE AND FITTINGS, GALV. IRON FENCING WIRE, WIRE NETTING, WIRE GATES AND FENCES, FER. TILISERS, PAINTS, OILS AND COLOURS, WHITELEAD, BRUSH WARE, DRAIN PIPES, GREASE TRAPS. AND ALL KINDS BUILDERS HARDWARE , AND TOOLS AT LOWEST PRICES. STOVES, BATHS, SINKS, TUBS, COPPERS. WE DELIVER GET OUR PRICES GEORGE STIMSON & SON CANLEY VALE PHONE: LIV. 68 MOTORISTS, THIS CONCERNS YOU I S. H. GEE, MOTOR ENGINEER, v PARE ROAD CABRAMATTA is ready to help you with all your Mechanical Trouble...

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