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CENTURY CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

CENTURY CORNER M. McNatnara, Cabramatta 123 L. Randell, Liverpool .. .. 118 R. Baxter, Ionic n.o 101 J. Cook, Guildford 137 W. Rainbow, Wetherill Park 104 E. Preston, Lansdowne, n.o. 103 F. Gibb, Lansdowne .. .. 126 L. Rainbow, Wetherill Park 140 J. Bruce, Ingleburn .. .. 105 C. Hartley, Canley Vale 10B B. Allen 112

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUCKY CARD PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

LUCKY CARD PLAYERS The following are winners at the euchre party held at Crescent Thea tre last Monday night:-Ladies: Miss James, Mrs. Latty and Mrs. Clifford, seagrass chairs; Mrs. Jen kins (sunshade), Mrs. Dwyer (silk stockings) and Mrs. Heaton (pair silk stockings. Gents: Mr. Fowler, Mr. Carey find Mr. Prugg (seagrass chairs), Mr. England (smoker's outfit); Mr. Hall (3 neckties) and Mr. Stephens (pocket wallet). Not withstanding the very stormy night, there was a good attendance.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Disturbance "HORSE-WHIPPING" INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Another Disturbance "HORSE-WHIPPING" INCIDENT Marjorie Da Doupe Lackey (mat ron), of Cabramatta, wrote to the Cabra-Vale Council on Monday night complaining that the electrical engineer had insulted her. Later, she saw Aid. Reardon in reference to a garage built by the engineer, and Aid. Reardon was most offensive, and abused her, alleg ing that she was drunk. To refute this, she called on the local police man, got a doctor's certificate, and called on Sergeant Holman, of Fair field. Then she went to Aid. Hill at Canley Vale, who, she stated, veri fied their reports that she was sober at the time. Amongst the allegations made by Aid. Reardon (wrote the matron), were that she was a Socialist, a Bolshie, and a revolutionist, and he also said (the letter continued) that Aid. Watt, Hill and Hanbury. were of the same type, and were the matron's friends, and they were out to disorganise the work of the council. The Mayor said he did not have any conversation with the matron. She came into...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

NEW ADVERTISERS. in this issue appear contract advts.. from L. E. Young, and Co., Merry-. landB, the Credit Tailoring: Cd., P&r ramatta, and Miss A._ Hardie, teacher of dancing, etc., Guildford. Advert tisers requiring space in our columns are requested to apply early each' week. .

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A. GRADE GUILDFORD UNITED v ST. JOHN'S PARK. GUILDFORD UNITED— 1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

A. GRADE GUILDFORD UNITED v ST. JOHN'S PARK. GUILDFORD UNITED-let Inning A. Fraser, c R. Morrison, b S. Buckland 9 R. Evenden, c B. Cotterill, b S. Buckland 0 A. Webb, c C. Ireland, b S. Buckland 1 B. Allen, c and b B. Cotterill 112 J. Mealia, b R. Morrison .... 0 S. Bell, b C. Griffin 40 C. Williams, c sub., b S. Buck land 28 J. Gough, c sub., b S. Buckland 0 W. Macpherson, not out .. .-. .. 11 P. Thompson, not out 0 Sundries 6 Eight wickets for 206 Bowling: S. Buckland S/61, R. Morrison 1/77, B. Cotterill 1/46, C. Griffih 1/17. ' ST. JOHN'S PARK-1st Innings. B. Cotterill, b W. Macpherson .. 13 C. Ireland, Ibw., b P. Thompson 30 S. Buckland, c sub., b R. Evenden 42 R. Morrison, c A. Webb, b P. Thompson 7 H. Lunn, b B. Allen 24 C. Griffin, b B. Allen 0 G. Cotterill, not out 3 T. Hunt, c W. Macpherson, b R. Evenden 0 J. Jurd, lbw., b R. Ewendan . . 0 A. Gill, b B. Allen 0 Sundries 6 Total 126 Bowling: J. Gough 0/8, P. Thomp son 2/ 24, A. Webb 0/26, W. Mac pherson 1/21, C. Williams 0/...

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

Why not buy your Boots in Fairfield Fittings good. Values high, PriceB low, at Colechine'ff, The Crescent,

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TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

TENDERS. The following tenders were re ceived at Tuesday's meeting of Pair field Council for carting:-Messrs. Brown; Harris and Dempsey; Walsh and Martin; W. H. Woods. Harris and Dempsey were successful, their prices being:--Half-mile 2/, mile 2/, 11 mile 2/6, two miles 3/, three miles 3/6, four miles 3/9. This was the lowest tender, and was accepted on the motion of Aid. Burleigh and Stimson. Aid. Anderson thought they should refer the tenders to committee to make inquiries as to contractors' ability to .carry out the work. He moved ata^|n«Adqient to that effect, which WjBG^cbnded by Aid. Tooker, but was lost.- .

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BEST PERFORMANCES. A. GRADE. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

BEST PERFORMANCES. A. GRADE. Battinff. B. Allen Guildford 112 S. Buckland, St John's .. .. 42 S. Bell, Guildford 40 Bowling. S. Buckland i 5/CI R. Evenden 3/9 B. GRADE Batting. W. Mcllveen, Glenfield, n.o. .. 51 W. Jackson, Glenfield .. .. 48 J. McGowan, Glenfield 26 Bowling W. Barrett, Fairfield Juniors 5/20 J. Davidson, snr., Lansdowne 5/39 /. Barnes, Fairfield Jun., .. 4/40 U. Craig, Fairfield West .. .. 3/21

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET NEWS COMPETITION TABLE. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

, CRICKET NEWS COMPETITION TABLE. A. GRADE. Liverpool 23 Guildford 20 Inglebiirn 17 St. John's Park 6 Campbelltown ? B. GRADE 1st DIIVISION. Fairfield Juniors 33 Cabramatta 23 {This weekB scores not to hand) Fairfield West 21 Guildford 13 Canley Vale 13 (This weeks scores not to hand) Ingleburn .. * 1 B. GRADE 2nd DIVISION. Ionics ' 26 Lansdowne 24 (protest pending) Wetherill Park 21 Glenfield 19 (protest pending.) Liverpool 8 Campbelltown 8

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SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. A successful bazaar was held in Protestant Hall, Liverpool, on 8th February, in aid of the hall funds, some £16 being raised. The various stall holders were: Hoop-la, Mrs. Mc donald; refreshments, Mrs. C. Grim son; sweets, Mrs. White; plain and fancy, Mcsdanies Thorne and Ward, The lucky persons were: box of produce, Mrs. A. Bull. chocolates, Mrs. White and Granvile Smith; Airs. Crimsons' cake, Mrs. G. Brown and Mrs. Wilkinson were the closest and both names were put in the hat, Mrs. Wilkinson being the lucky one. Mrs. McDonald's cushion cover, Mrs. H. Kemistor; Mrs. Bull 10/ note (No. 234), Mr. Bull; Mrs. Thornes' table cover, Mrs; N. Tolmie

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL. HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

LIVERPOOL. HARVEST FESTIVAL. St. Luke's Church, Liveroool, held a sale of harvest festival guts in the Church Hall'on Friday last, and oer-~ vices in the Church on Sunday/The proceeds of the festival will be de voted towards repairing the church organ. ' A. H. AND I. The Liverpool A. H. and I. Society (Mr. Jardine, social secretary) held a successful cricket match on Sat urday afternoon, when Hoxton Park were victorious over Preston's Team, by 20 runs. At night a euchre party and dance was held in Preston's Hall, which was largely attended. The takings go to the society's funds. "GO TO CHURCH." Sunday next is "go to Church" Sunday at the'Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, and on Monday night the annual meeting will be held. The Ambulance Station reports that for the past month fortunately no serious accidents have occurred calling for the service of the wag gonB. It is unusual to have such a long spell between accidents. Jockey E. Blackman, who for the past 12 months has been in Java, ...

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Stole From Chinaman AND GAVE HIMSELF UP [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Stole From Chinaman AND GAVE HIMSELF UP At Liverpool Police Court on Thursday, John Miller was charged with stealing a quantity of tobacco and cigarette papers, valued at 25/, the property of Wong Sue. He pleaded guilty. Constable Charker said defend ant pave himself up at the police station. He said he took the tobacco from a Chinaman at the State His pital, sold it, and spent the money on drink. There were previous convictions at Sydney and Parramatta Courts. A fine of £5, or 1 month's hard li»hnrt Wi.s the penalty inflicted ton, F.M. ny Mr, Gib

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. 'Notwithstanding the constant rain, Aldermen McBurney (Mayor*. Cam kin, Watt, Hill, Hirst, Firth, Han bury, Reardon and Goodchild were present at Monday night's meeting of the Cabra-Vale Council. CORRESPONDENCE. B. Fairall complained of the bad state of footpath in front ofhiB resi dence.-To be attended to. The chief electical engineer, rail way department, wrote that, in the interests of public safety, clcctric tension mains must be made beneath the railway tracks-The Mayor said this would be an expensive matter. -The enginer was instructed to as certain details of the position and report to council. J. G. Williams asked for a light at the corner of Palmerston and Kia Ora streets.-Referred to engineer. H. G. Nobbs applied for permission to erect a post at the corner of George's Road and Prospect Road. -Granted, post to be painted white. W. J. Starkey asked for repairs to the footpath in front of his shop. -Referred to ward repre...

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

Subscribe to "The Biz" Newspaper! which stands far district progress; 4/ in advance will secure it for one year..

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

Murray Bros. (Parramatta) LIMITED Summer Finishes Saturday, February 16 Great Savings in all departments MURRAY BROS. (Parramatta) LIMITED AUCTION SALES A. J. SELKE has received Instructions from Mr. E. GALE to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION at his residence, Burke-streel, SMITHFiELD, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 at 2.30 p.m. sharp. FURNITURE AND EFFECTS,COMPRISING Oak Bedroom Suite, Oak Dining -room Suite, Bedsteads, Combin ation Chests, Lino., Garden Tools, Dresser, Tables, Kitchen. Chairs, Safe, Kitchen Utensils, Fowls, Tip Dray, Horse and Harness. Brood ers, Hose and other items too numerous to mention. REMEMBER THE DATE OP SALE, and don't Miss it, on SATURDAY, 16th FEBRUARY A. J. SELKE, Auctioneer SMART-ST., fairfield. AUCTION SALE. AUCTION SALE. A. J. SELKE Has received instructions from J. HENSON, of Vale-street, CABRA MATTA, to sell by Public Auction, at his Residence, on, SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd., at 2.30 p.m. Sharp. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Corapriiing Oak Bedroom Suite, Kapok Bed...

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

Fairfield Bakery THE CRESCENT. fe^ iB ateaight to please; TRY MY TEA CAKES, tol'.JU , BUN LOAVES. OR Mjr wedding and my birthday cakes, ropppp nm i « _ Are just what would suit yon. COFFEE ROLLS Fm noted for my bread, COFFEE CAKE, is very nice. My smallgoodB take the lead, Sly carts deliver everywhere. So come along and buy- Just ask the cart to call . Xour ©atronage I need. , And you will be satisfied. 1 SELL THE BEST BREAD-I DON'T KEEP IT. F. G. HENDERSON, Proprietor J. G. McBURNEY & CO. (Late Collins fit Co.) * SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD, «. ^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE , MERCHANT Regular Supplies of Best Country Pollard and Bran Primest Riverina Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Poultry Food and Spice* of all Kinds PATON BURNS FERTILISERS. Yates Farm 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 Telephone: Liverpool 266 W. J...

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

KING'S HALL FAIRFIELD WEST SAT., FEB. 16 Euchre Party and Dance SEAGRASS CHAIRS FOR FIRSTS. 0 Other Price*. Crazy Four Orchestra in Attendance. A Good Time Assured. Admission, Ladies 1/6. Gents 2/. Refreshments provided. FAIRFIELD WEST PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. V. BBNgjgTT, .Hon- Sos, . LADIES-You can buy Shoes in all designs and shapes at Colethin'* The CreSttfflt, FaMtffd.

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St. John's Park Show (Continued from page 1.) UTILITY POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

St. John's Park Show (Continued from page 1.) UTILITY POULTRY. White Leghorn-cock, L. H. Ran nM? 1>,w-Hathway 2, H, Duncan ^3; cockerel, E. F. Goldsmith 1, L. H. Rannard 2, H. Duncan 8; hen C, F. Pillans 1, W. H. Duncan 2, Mrs. M. Attwel! 3; pullet, H. Duncan 1, W. Ritchie 2 and 3. Brown Leghorn-pullet, T. Ridge dale, Orpington-cock, W, Hathwav l P. H. Arnold 2, S. G. Beardsley 8; cockerel, W. Hathway 1, H. S. Turn er 2, Mrs. Harris 3; hen, W. Hath way l 2 and 3; pullet, P. H. Arnold 1, and champion, T. Ridgedale 2. W Ritchie 3. ' Croad Langshan-'-cock, G. Hay Carr 1, W. Hathway 2, G. Hay-Carr 8; cockerel, G. Hay-Carr 1, W. Hathway 2, G. Hay-Carr 8; hen, G. Hay-Carr 1 and 2; pullet, G. Hay Carr l, W. Hathway 2, G. Hay tBtr 3. Chinese Langsha n -. cock, W Hathway 1, J. Anderton 2; cockerel,. ^ w w k Whe'pt01n l> Harris Bros. V J. Hathway 3; hen, W. Hathway 1, E. P. Goldsmith 2, W. Hathway 3 Broset'3W' Hathway 1 and 2- Harris Rhode Island Reds-cock, G White *' R" Dubois 2' hen&g...

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MERCER FOR FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

MERCER FOR FAIRFIELD. Mr. E. R. Hurds tias opened a mercery business in the shop next to Colechin's, in The Crescent, Fair field. His advt. is in this issue.

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ton, P.M. Proposd Subway NOT LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929

Proposd Subway NOT UK&UT. The Mayor (Aid. Clancy) submitt ed the i'ouowing minute at Tuesday night's meeting oi ifeirfieiu Council; "On the 6th inBtatit, accompanied by Alderman Stimsonsand the divis ional engineer of &e Railway De partment (Mr. Butcher), I inspected the site of the proposed diversion of Sandal Crescent tollable traffic to pass through a subway under the railway line. Mr. butcher gave ub clearlji. to understand that the Rail way Commissioners! were not likely to alter their previous decision, and that if council required the commis sioners to carry out the work of mak ing the subway, the cost, estimated at £42/10, would have to be borne by council. However, there ' was nothing Ld prevent the council,/after first oflaining permission, ifrom carrying! out the work with iift own workmeiftr- I think the work eflfcld be carried Jbut at a much less COBC. than £42/10.' I would likcouncil ttf.give a decision as to whether we proceed or not with the resumptio...

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