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Waste Water COUNCIL'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Waste Water COUNCIL'S ATTITUDE. Council, W. Belts, of Smithfield, At Tuesday's meeting of Fairfield wrote protesting that he did not run waste water into the gutter in Sack ville-st. He had a septic tank on the premises. The inspector reported that, des pite instructions to the contrary, drains had b.een laid to run house water into the watertable. _ Notice had been served to discontinue the practice. This was the only new house from which house water was running. Aid. Stimson said houses all around Mr. Betts were spilling water into the watertable. When so many were offending, it seemed hard to proceed against a certain person. They should all be treated alike. On the other side of the street the water issued into an earth gutter, whilst on Bett's side the gutter was concrete. The disposal of waste water was a big question. Betts had a grease trap, find the water did not appear offensive. He moved that it be re ferred to the general purposes com mittee. Aid. Sharpe seconded. Aid. B...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAIRFIELD SANITARY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

FAIRFIELD SANITARY SERVICE. The town clerk reported to Tues day night's meeting of Fairfield Council relative to the sanitary serv ice. Amongst other things he drew attention to the report of the finance committee to the last council, which stated that the sanitary service had been maintained at the expense of the ratepayers, which was contrary to the provisions of the Act; that the fee was a charge upon the per son; and the rate a charge upon the land; that many persons had not paid their due fees, and that fees should be collected in advance to prevent bad debts. The Council, in adopting the report, of the finance committee, resolved to conduct the service as a trading undertaking, a cost account to be submitted to council at the end of each quarter. The accounts just issued comply with the requirements of the Act. The change is calculated to prevent many abuses of the system.

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

Smithfield GtlKlgt Motor Repairs. Will Undertake ^1 Competent Mechanic Employed. Reasonable Charges. All Work Guaranteed BENZINE OILS, &C., ACCESSORIES STOCKED BATTERIES CHARGED Ring Liv. 225 For your Breakdown Day or Night We will Fix It. HIRE OUR HUDSON DE LUXE COACH for your Weddings, Picnics, Parties, etc. You . will appreciate it's comfort. Charges reasonable Safety-first driver. Car for Hire. S. MONEY, Proprietor

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INFECTIOUS DISETEES NOT NOTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

INFECTIOUS DISET NOT NOTIFIED The health inspector (Mr. u. H. Way) reported to Tuesday's meet "Following an interview with the ing of Fairfield Council: Mayor, I have to report having in terviewed a certain medical _ practj tioner relative to his neglect in noti fying certain cases of infectious dis eases. This gentleman states that in each case they were sent away to the Coast Hospital as suspects, and upon leaving here had not definitely been diagnosed. The onus now rests upon Randwick Council to notify this council of each case. Up to the time of writing this report, no re port from this body haB been receiv ed." The report was referred to the health committee.

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

THE NEW "ASTOR" RADIO Extracts from the makers of the new "Astor" 6-Valve set now on view at M. WILSON'S Radio Stores, Ware-St., Fairfield H.T. BATTERIES.-2 Batteries supplied, viz., 1 heavy duty 60 volt, 1 heavy duty 45, volt,-total 102 volts. This is correct voltage and should not be exceeded. H. BATTERY-Total consumption .4 amps. VALVES-5 valves of the .06 type and one of the .1 amp. type 6 volt-rtotal 6 valves. CABINET-Wood Cabinet. The Batteries are self-contained. RECEPTION-With one or two exceptions, where reception is particu larly bad we guarantee INTERSTATE daylight reception; in any case the set is supplied on this condition irrespective of locality, and should it not do it we will take the set baek. Tuning.-This is absolutely one control, the only other 2 being "on" and "off" switch and volume control. There are no other subsidiary controls, either inside or outside the i-eceiver, and furthermore there are only 1 aerial and 1 earth terminal. For long, distance daylight r...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK SHOW. SPLENDID ARRAY OF EXHIBITS RAIN SPOILS ATTENDANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

JOHN'S PARK SHOW. SPLENDID ARRAY OF EXHIBITS RAIN SPOILS ATTENDANCE A show and a good bIIOW. Flow ers that called lor many an exclam ation " of delight; vegetables, the more sight of which would sharpen the appetite of the vegetarian; fowls in such number as to make one wonder why eggs were dear; pig eons in al| shapes, sizes and colours, reminding one of the proverbial pie; luscious fruit, that set the sweet est tooth in futile action; jams, preserves, jellies, and miscellaneous cookery, of such high standard as to cause many a lady visitor to resolve to join the nearest cooking class. These and many other excellent ex hibits went to make St. John's Park 10th annual show, held on Friday and Saturday, the success it was from an exhibition point of view. Rain interferred with the at tendance. The pity of it was there were not many present to see this fine display, not the least of which were the district exhibits, from St. John's Park and Fairfield West, both of which were calculated...

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

Suits that Last AND NEVER LOSE THEIR SHAPE BUILT BV SCRAFTSMEN PARRAMATTA CREDIT TAILORING COMPANY 207 CHURCH-STREET, PARRAMATTA (Near Lennox Bridge) Will build your next Suit that will give you entire satisfaction 011 Easy Terms at Cash Prices You do not need a Cash Order, You Pay at Our Shop NO 1/ INTEREST IN THE POUND DEPOSIT When you order your Suit and after your Suit-' is built to your entire sat isfaction, You take the suit away and complete the balance by instalments of 1/ IN THE POUND WEEKLY £ Come and inspect our finest range of jrgry latest English and Austrn lian suiting Pattern* on Request Phone: UW9139 PARRAMATTA CREDIT TAILORING CO. 207 Church St., PARRAMATTA (NEAR LENNOX BRIDGE) A. S. Finney, Liverpool & Canley Vale 'PHONE: LIV. 267. LOCAL AGENT NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COY., LTD. Fire, Accident, Workmen's Com pensation, and Marine. GUILDFORD LAND BEEKER8 You cannot better these choice »ite» Cecil Terrace 26/ foot Railway Parade 110/ ft Bolton Street 35/ ft Wood...

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

.? rm ~ M DERBY BAW, Swro SoUf, & -4"!^ <T' * 15111 TI|E CRESCENT Fairfield Australian Cash Order* Ltd. 351-7 Pitt street, Sydney " > t <, (Four Doors Below Water Board) Phone: M 6074 (21ines) Cash Orders tor Everything 650 City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper)

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

P. G. TANNER TAILOR AND MERCER THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Tel. Liv. 259M H. BELLENGER FOR VALUE COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO C PIES The Crescent, Fairfield BUILDERS! HOWELL'S of GRANVILLE We have just landed Ex. s. s.- Stevisby 100,000ft. BUILDING AND [OINERY 1st QUALITY and CLEAR OREGON 150,000ft. CLEAR WHITE BALTIC, Weatherboards, Floorings, Linings Large Stocks-Rowell's-Great Quality OUR PRICES SECURE YOUR ORDERS QUALITY & SERVICE ENSURE REPEATS. B.A.L.M. WHITE LEAD, 58/ cwt. Keg. AUSTRALIAN RAW OIL, 16/6 per 4 gal. tin. LYSAGHT'S IRON, 5 to 8 ft. Length*, £12/9/6 per J ton. Sheet lot* Reduced Prices. OXIDIZED LOCK SETS, 36/ Doz. 3-PLY OREGON S.I.S., 6" x 3' <Sheeti, 27/6 100ft; 50 Sheet !ot«, 26/6. 1T& 11* AT THE STATU ROWCll S I Granville Ex. M. S. ALRICH & TORONTO Phone U.W.8241 Prompt Service Full Values Fairfield PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL Phone 301 J Liverpool Phone 301 J Liverpool Nurse Podmore, A. T. N. A. (Registered) (Certificated Royal Hospita...

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

f SUBSCRIBE TO "THE BIZ" NEWSPAPER. 4/'Per Year in Advance. ' Delivered to your house where possible. This is the opportunity for Readers to make cer tain of securing copies of die paper-it can be definitely ordered and delivery arranged for. If not within the area of delivery by the office or newsagents, delivery by post can be arranged for, There are many requirements of the district be tween Granville and Liverpool, and Udcombe and Cabramatta, which require agitation to secure dne recognition, and "lie Biz" is willing to do its ut most possible to secure these, bnt die practical sup port of every reader is necessary to accomplish tins objective. If yon wish the district to have a worthy news paper to boost its claims, subscribe to "The Biz." Pipers ARE HARD TO BEAT N. PIPER. . High-class. Meat Purveyor THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD We specialise in Meat During Summer Months. BEST RIVERSTONE Once Tried, you remain permanent. LATTY & SON. Pleasure Grounds and Boat Sheds. FIVE MIN...

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

Radio and Electrical^ Supplies FROM A NEEDLE TO AN ANCHOR, ANY MAKE, SIZE, TYPE OR PRICE IN RADIO OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. Always frcBh stocks of Dry Batteries for Torches. Radio and numerous other requirements on hand. 9 All mokes of Irons, including the Wonderful "S mi-cam." "Beach," "Hotpoint," "Hecla," "Gurney," etc.. Stoves and Ranges. "Dux" Bath and Tap Heater, Rapid Jugs, Kettles eto. "Udisco" all Electric, Semi-Electric and "Astor'' shielded Radio Receivers, together with any other make. It will be to your benefit to call and inspect, or PhoneLiv. 3205 or write and I will attend to your requirements. Let me install the Light or Power in your home. M. WILSON WARE ST., FAIRFIELD LICENSED RADIO AND ELECTRICAL CONTRATOR. MORE THAN A TRINKET OR SOME "SWEET" THING SOON FORGOTTEN. The neatest, worthiest little ease you ever saw, of fireproof, Blue Art Steel. A gift Sunbeam gleams its greetings. Rose-like things that rose-like fade; and with them remembrance of the Giver. But think...

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

Men's. . Women'*-- ud Children'-* Footwear, in pett Variety at Cole chin** Shoe Store, "tfie Cre»cent, Fairfield.

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House Destroyed MIDNIGHT BLAZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

House Destroyed MIDNIGHT BLAZE. About 11.25, on Saturday night, Fairfield firebell rang lustily, and reBidents leaped from their beds to Bee a huge glare showing out Mark Lodge way, where the house of Mrs. Snell, in May-street, was well alight. The place had evidently been burn ing some time before the alarm was given. Fairfield Brigade was quickly on the scene, but unfortunately the engine became bogged near the house and caused delay in getting water to play on the fire. This was caused by a car's brilliant head light, which blinded the driver, and the back wheels got into a gutter. However there was no hope of saving the burning building; but there was same damage to the adjoining house occupied by Mrs. Shirtliff. When the hose was connected with the hydrant the fire was quickly extin guished. The house contained nine rooms, of weatherboard, and was totally destroyed. Practically noth ing was saved. The furniture was removed from Shirtliff's house, but was taken back on arrival o...

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

Girl Guides committee meet at school, Fairfield, this (Saturday) afternoon, at 2.30. --fa-next ?Issue; 'ftwwril'g,* -of-Gran ville, will have an interesting an nouncement In- their usual advt. space.

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

No foot to large or too small to fitl *t Coleclin'» Shoe Store, Tto Cr'eltb'nt, Fairfield. ^

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POLICE COURT THURSDAY'S SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

POLICE; COURT v THURSDAY'S SITTING. ?Mr. unison. f.M., presided at uv. erpool Court on Thursday, w)ion the following cases wero heard; William John Smith was charged with driving a motor cycle at Liver pool, without having <a sufficient « silencer. affixed to the: machine and was fined 10/, coBts 6/6. Frederick Mann, of San« Souci, was charged with riding a motor cycle in such a position as to not have control over the machine. The police stated that Mann was sitting on the petrol tank, with a passenger behind on the seat. He pleaded guilty and was fined 10/, 6/6 costs. Richard E. Reeves was charged with not having a lamp securely fix ed to the off- side of the rear of a motor lorry, so as to project a white light upon the number plate and to show a clear red light at the rear; and without a tal light. He pleaded guilty and was fined 10/, 6/0 costs. A. H. Case charged George Eather with trespass on the railway at Car ratnarr. Eather pleaded guilty. In spector Case said he...

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Two Banners. WAS A MISTAKE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Two Banners. WAS A MISTAKE MADE. There are two T. Banners, father and son, in the Liverpool district. Tanner senior was before the Liv erpool Court on Thursday, when W. Norman sought to recover a debt, with Hugh Murphy as garnishee. Murphy had paid into court the sum of £11/4-the amount owing to T. Banner, senior. Defendant denied the debt, but was informed by the P.M. that judg ment had been issued against him. The summons had been served on Banner's (sen.) wife. Banner said his wife had not told him anything about the matter, and it was impossible for him to have created the debt. It was probably his son's debt. The goods said to have been obtained from Norman were: A loan of 4/, a cover and tube at £9/19, water 1/, oil 1/ and 2/6 for use of garage. Banner; I have no vehicle to create the debt. Norman said Banner's lorry came to the garage and he at first refused to give the driver the goods. Then the driver brought a recommendation from Hugh Murphy and he supplied the goods named...

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

MERRYLANDS Mcrrylands cricketers had a vict ory over Rosehill on Saturday. Only six of the visitors put in an appear ance, and these were disposed of for 35.. Mcrrylands closed with 3 for 226. The win was a four-point one. The heavy and continued rainfall has caused a deal of extra work at the railway stations, the earth-filling, where the platforms have been raised giving away with the soakage. Gangs of men are busy packing up again where the drops exist. Similar trouble occurred where the gas works recently had portion of Merrylands Road open to effect repairs to the main. In the window of Mr. Rens, of Merrylands, may be seen the silver shield, which is the object of com petition between the lodges of the town. Last year Merrylands M.U.I.O.O.F. won the trophy. Com petitions take the form of euchre tournament and' live lodges compete. . HARVEST FESTIVAL. The rain on Sunday did not deter members of St. Mathews Church of England at Mcrrylands from attend ing the harvest festival serv...

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WETHERILL PARK v LIVERPOOL Played at Wetherill Park. LIVERPOOL—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

WETHERILL PARK v LIVERPOOL Played at Wetherill Park. LIVERPOOL-1st Innings. D. Smith, c S. Rainbow, b W. Rainbow 9 T. McEmery, b S. Rainbow . . 0 R. Wyche, c W. Rainbow, b S. Rainbow 4 D. Grimson, b S. Rainbow .... 4 P. Smith, c Tooker, b W. Rainbow 14 A. Hill, c D. Rainbow, b S. Rain bow 18 L. Jones, c Tooker, b S. Rainbow 0 R. Saunders, b W. Rainbow .... 0 E. Biddle, b W. Rainbow .. . . 18 R. Laing, not out 2 C. Cox, b W. Rainbow 0 Sundries 4 Total 73 Bowling: W. Rainbow 5/13, S. Rainbow 5/66. WETHERILL PARK-1st Innings. S. Rainbow, c P. Smith, b Wyche 29 W. Rainbow, c Laing, b Wyche 28 J. Price, b Saunders 18 D. Jackson, lbw., b Wyche .. .. 15 S. Rainbow, c Biddle, b Wyche 0 R. Davidson, b Wyche 25 E. Tooker, c Hill, b Wyche .... 6 D. Rainbow, lbw., b Wyche .... 6 W. Thompson, b Wyche 16 M. Walker, b Wyche 6 D. Ryan, not out 0 Sundries 10 Total 154 Bowling: A. Hill 0/27, R. Saund ers 1/40, D. Grimson 0/2.1, R. Wyche 9/46, L. Jones 0/8. LIVERPOOL-2nd Innings. D. Smith, c Wilkes, b...

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CABRAMATTA. SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

CABRAMATTA. SOCCER. The Cabramatta bocccr (Jlub will hold its annual meeting on Wednes day next, February 20th, at Mr. Ker shaw's shop, Cabramatta, at 8 p.m. All old members and intending mem bers are cordially invited to come along. Business to be decided will include, election of officers for ensu ing year, secretary's and treasurer's reports, and teams to be entered in the competition. The club did fairly well last year, and it is hoped that the coming year will be even more successful.

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