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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
Hotel Cabramat RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA STATION J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRIETOR Telephone: Liverpool 166 Specially Selected Wines 3/- a Bottle Free Delivery of All District Orders Tooth'TxXX Ale * All Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines Ales, and Stouts, at STRICTLY CITY PRICES CABRAMATTA BOOT STORE L. KERSHAW (Next to Coffee Palace) Best Quality Lowest Prices Latest Styles All Classes of Footwear Repairs Neatly Executed Best Quality Leather The man who puts the Wear in Footwew YOUR New Car is in the ALL BRITISH Range THERE IS AN AUSTIN MODEL THAT WILL JUST SUIT YOUR PURPOSE. AND, MOREOVER. SUIT YOUR POCKET AS WELL. EVERY AUSTIN CAR WILL BEAR THE CLOSEST COMPARISON WITH CARS OF FAR GREATER FIRST COST, WHILST NO CAR CAN BE COM PARED WITH AN AUSTIN FOR ECONOMY OF UP KEEP AND LASTING SATISFACTION. AUSTINS ARE BUILT TO LAST AND TO GIVE THE PURCHASER THE MAXIMUM SATISFACTION. IT IS AFTER 50,000 MILES AND MORE OF ECONOMICAL OWNERSHIP THAT THE TRUE WORTH OF AN AUSTIN BECOMES APPARENT, AND. REME...
THE CRESCENT COUNCIL'S £7000 SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
THE CRESCENT COUNCIL'S £7000 SCHEME At Tuesday night's meeting of Fairfield Council, the Mayor (Aid. Clancy) brought forward the follow ing minute: wish to bring before council, lux' iu> earned ana careiui consider ation, the absolute necessity of the reconstruction 01 I'ne oresceiii,. »ou«u suggeBt that the whole of The urscent, ironi ilamilton-road to Smithfield-street, be concreted from kerb to kerb, a width of 42 feet, mat new kerDing and footpaths be *aid down in ^concrete for the full length on tne western siue. inu. the owners of the existing ver&nda;i posts be required to remove them una provide cantilever awnings as p.oviued by the ordinances. ihu. Kerbside petrol pumps be mmovetl l'rom The Crescent. That all gutter bridges be removed from The Cres cent, and dish concrete crossings be suosntuted. 1'nat the wooden cul vert at Ware-street be removed from The Crescent, and replaced by a con crete invert crossing properly grad es. 'inat the unsightly water trough be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
TANNER'S SALE. Mr. P. G. Tanner, mercer, of The Crescent, Fairfield, has a special sale announcement in this issue, offering 121 per cent, discount. ST- JOHN'S PARK MUSICAL SOCIETY. will present. Princess Chrysanthemum AT ST. JOHN'S PARK SCHOOL OF ARTS, ON Saturday, February 23. at 8 p.m. Musical Director, Mr. J. Carter. Stage Manager, Mr. Chris Young. Admission 2/. Reserved Beats 2/6. Children half price. H. FIRTH, Hon. Sec. Children'* Shoe* in great variety st Coiechln'i Shoe Store, The Orel :ent, FaMffdld.
Torn Pyjamas. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
Torn Pyjamas. CHARGE OF ASSA'JI.T. William Bowden was charged at Liverpool Court on Thursday, with assaulting Joseph William Cook, at Liverpool, on December 27, 1928. He pleaded not guilty. Mr. Bolton appeared for defendant. J. W. Cook, brigade fireman, of , Liverpool fire station, said he got a fire call by a lady at 5.15 p.m. The fire was at Junction Road, Moore bank. Bowden was beating out the bush fire and wearing pyjamas. Cook said to him: "Get a pair of trousers on, Bill; your pyjamas are torn." He Baid: "I never called you to the fire. Norton'^ are putting it over me." About 10 minutes later, while Cook was beating the fire; Bowden came and said: "You've been 'gigg ing* me about the pyjamas." and punched him. Cook told the court there was no provocation. In reply to Mrj Bolton he said he and Bowden were pre viously on friendly terms. Mrs. Bowden and the children were not far away. Three other witnesses testified that the blow had been struck, and stated there was no provocati...
Behind the Table HIT WITH COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
Behind the Table HIT WITH COAL. At Liverpool police court on Thursday, Robert Askew was charg ed with having assaulted Thomas - George Bevan, at Liverpool, on Feb ruary 8. . Walter Green, was also charged with assaulting Thomas Bevan, and further with assaulting leobel Bevan, his wife. Mr. Bolton for the defence. Both pleaded not guilty. Constable Thompson, of Liver pool, gave evidence of arrest of the men, who were crouching in the din ingroom of the Warwick Farm Hotel. They wore behind a table. Thomas Bevan, clerk, said his wife was employed at the Family Hotel. He was unemployed at present. She leaveB work at 3 p.m. each day, and he driveB her home. On the day in question he called at the hotel at 2.30 p.m., and saw de fendants in the washhouse. Green aaid to him: "You're the who was with that fisherman." Witness said: "I know nothing about it," and Green hit him on the jaw, causing a swelling for days. Then they chased him into the lad ies' lavatory, where Green threw a lump of ...
FAIRFIELD METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
FAIRFIELD METHODIST CHURCH The annual harvest thanksgiving services and festival will be held next Sunday and Monday. Three services will be conducted on the Sunday. At the morning and even ing services the preacher will be Rev. W. E. Bennett, Prin cipal of Leigh College and at the afternoon service Rev. G. W. John ston will officiate The full chair will be in attendance at the afternoon and evening service. In view of the year's blessings and of the recent bountiful rains the church earnestly appeals to all its people to attend these services and thus make mani fest their appreciation and gratitude for mercies so graciously bestowed.
SCOTCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
SCOTCH CONCERT. Thursday, February 7, will long remain in the memory of those pres ent at the concert by the famous Robertson Concert Party, at the Picture Palace, Cabramatta, in aid of the building fund of the Cabra Vale Presbyterian Church. It was a feast of melody from the opening number till its close. Mr. J. Watt worked hard for the success, and he had all the members in fine form. Unfortunately one or two of this fine team were unable to show, ow ing to illness, therefore extra num bers had to be added, much to the delight of the audience. Miss F. Fitzpatrick, the only local artist to appear, was well received and ap plauded for her dancing. The re maining locals were unable to take part owing to other engagements.
Bossley Park. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
Bossley Park. (From our Correspondent.) The Park has benefied generally from the fine fall of rain during the past few days. Unfortunately it has arrived too late for the fruit crop, but it is very welcome, never thc less. Whilst the local farmers are wad ing knee-deep in the mud, and glory ing in it, our 'bus man wades axle deep in same, and tears his hair. Great credit is due to this gentle man (Mr. J. Price), for maintain ing his service throughout. The weather, however, did not benefit our fortnightly euchre party, which had to be abandoned last Fri day night. Yet another citizen has departed from our midst, Mrs. L. Birch, leav ing last Saturday, Mrs. Birch will be greatly missed, as her little store at the 'bus terminus was very handy to most local people, as was also her telephone. Bossley Park has more credit as the result of St. John's Park show. Local school children secured five prizes out of five exhibits. Firsts were secured by Ernest George and Haisie Bidwell, whilst se...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
PERSONAL Aid. Freitis, of Lidcombe Council, who Is a candidate for the Water and Sewerage Board, was present at Cabra-Vale Council meeting on Monday night, and briefly addressed the aldermen. Constable Burke, of Cabramatta, left at the week-end for a fort night's holidays at Woy Woy. Dur ing his absence Constable Clark, of Fairfield, is in charge. Alderman Gillies was abBent from Tuesday nights' meeting of Fairfield Council, having sent an apology. He was on a trip to the North Coast. Guy Tivey, son of Mr. F. Tivoy, the Fairfield tailor, was the only local student to secure a busary in the re cent school examinations. The preacher at the evening ser vice tat the Presbyterian Church, Cabra-Vale, on Sunday next, will be Rev. Sharpe. At Cabramatta on Saturday the wedding will take place of Miss Alice Cleak, of Cecil Park, and Mr. W. H. Lait, of Queensland (brother of Mr. F. J. Lait, of Cecil Park). The following pupils have quali fied for admission to Intermediate High Schools: M. H. B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
Ail Clashes of Poultry Bought for Cash. Lorry Calls Everywhere Ring, Write, or Call. Phone. UW 9473 L. Alcorn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT . GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD . i have an Up-to-date Clean Stock of Groceries and Stock only the Best Brands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ONDAILY And Orders are Delivered Same Day as Received FULL STOCKS OF PRODUCE, WOOD, COAL, AND COKE A. J. Selke SMART STREET FAIRFIELD THE LIVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT HOUSE AND LAND AGENT Auction Sales Every Saturday Morning. Sales Conducted in Any Part of the District. Insurance Effected. RETURNS PROMPTLY EXECUTED Horace Smith, Wishes to Notify the Residents of Canley Vale that he HAS OPENDED a First-Class LADIES' & GENT'S HAIRDRESSING SALOON Situated in Asimus' Store CANLEY VALE ROAD CANLEY VALE (Near the Station) PRIVATE ROOM FOR LADIES. L.H. HUBBLE Builder STATION STREET, FAIRFIELD ESTIMATES AND PLANS SUPPLIED FINANCE ARRANGED Agent for Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Company Phone: L...
LETTER DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
LETTER DELIVERY. Hon. E. K. Bowden, M.H.K., has been Informed that approval has been given for the extension of the afternoon delivery from the Fairfield post office to about 120 residents in sections of Sackville Road and Coler aine-street and adjacent to the exist ing afternoon delivery boundary. The extended service will take effect from February 19.
GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
GUILDFORD. Miss Mary Sally, of Guildford, was the guest of a large number of friends at a linen tea in the Masonic Hall, on Saturday, prior to Iter ap proaching marriage to Mr. Geo. O'NeiL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The following report was read to the annual meeting of the Guildford Chamber of Commerce, held last week. It shows a very successful year: "The year 1028 was a particularly successful one, for during the year, we saw many of our schemes reach fruition. Chief among these is the .re-conditioning of Guildford Road. Tho chamber was untiring in its efforts to have this road placed jn decent condition. There is now a good road from Woodville Road to Fowlers Avenue. The advantages of this road are considerable. "I would next mention the erec tion of a new fire station. There was urgent need for suitable accom modation for the fird equipment. The present building is an acquisi tion to the town. That it was need ed has been evidenced by the great many fires that have lately occurred in ...
MORE SPARKS CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
MORE SPARKS CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER. The "small feud" existing between Mr. J. S, Weston, electrical con tractor, of Cabramatta, and the council's electrical engineer (Mr. Powditch), was advanced a further stage on Monday.night, when J, S. Weston wrote suggesting the visit of an inspector of the Underwriters' Association, to examine electrical 'in stallations. He stated that every thunder storm showed faults. The vt engineer stated that Cabra Vale was no worse than any other council in this regard. Aid. Hill:: Will the writer back up his charges? &lt; Aid. Firth: Thats' the trouble they make charges they can't sub staniatc. Aid. Hill and Firth: Let Mr. West on be heard. Weston said there was a lot of work that did not comply with the insurance rules. Should a fire occur, many would not get their insur ance. Each job should be tcBted. The instrument had cob-webts on it. The job was often within six feet > of the earth. He was continually fixing up other people's faulty work...
HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
HARVEST FESTIVAL. ? Welcome to Rev. H. E. Rogers. Th'e sale of harvest festival goods took place in the Fairfield School of Arts last Monday, 4th instant, and was well attended. The social, and welcome to Rev. H. E. Rogers, was very successful, also, a representative gathering of parishoners being present. Speeches were delivered by his Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Hall, Wheatlcy, Rob inson, Learmonth, Bruce, Berriman, Colechin and J. J. Woods (chairman). Musical items were rendered by Mrs. D. De Houghton, Mrs. Maske lyne, . Mr. Wade and Master H. Langworthy (viqjin solo). Rev. H. E. Rogers responded and made known that he hoped his stay here would be a happy one, and that he would get plenty of support from the Fairfield peonle. He also hoped that before long the people of Fair field would see an outstanding struc ture in the shape of a New Church of St. Barnabas. The secretary stated that he wish ed to thank all those who worked, and who gave towards making the harvest festival such...
PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM Everything is now being finalised for presenting the above operetta on Saturday night, February 23, at St. John's Park. Now scenery and cos tumes have been procured by the members to ensure that the mighty Emperor "What-for-Whi" and his gallant followers will have a proper setting for their clever acting. Special mention must be given to "Princess Chrysanthemum'' and her maids, who with the sprites and fairies, also the chorus, will help to give an evening's entertainmnt whic*1 will linger long in the memory.
TO BE DEMOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
TO BE DEMOLISHED. The health officer reported to Fairfield Council on Tuesday night that S. V. Featherstone. of River view Road, had erected a garage, which was attached to the verandah of the dwelling, and was unsightly. He recommended that the owner bo ordered to demolish the garage, and that he be proceeded against for erecting same without permission. On the motion of Aid. Burleigh and Stimson the recommendations were adopted.
FAIRFIELD COUNCIL FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 February 1929
FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The regular meeting of the above council was held on Tuesday night, the Mayor &lt;Aid. Clancy) presiding. Sharpe, King, Anderson, Tooker, Also present: Aldernitfh Burleigh, Stimson, Brocklchurst. CORRESPONDENCE. ' The clerk read letters from C. Baker, Fairfleld, directing at tention to the condition of the foot path in front of his property in Pair neld'st., and also asking council to deal with his application for reim bursement of the coBt of repairing water service pipe alleged to have been broken by the servants of the council.-Writer referred to the contractors, who were responsible; council had not yet taken over the road. .... W. Betts, Smithfield-Bt., Smithfield asking council to provide a cause way into his lot 70 in Sackville-st., where he proposed to build a house. -Work to be done at writer's ex pense. , D. Cooper, Delamere-st., Fairfield, alleging that 'stormwater fromlHamp^ ton-st. entered his premises and caused damage.-The Mayor said the m...