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I.O.O.F. SMOKO ANNUAL RE-UNION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

I.O.O.F. SMOKO ANNUAL RE-UNION Oddfellows of the Independent Order gathered in large numbers at the School of Arts, Fairfield (which was crowded) 011 Saturday night last, to celebrate their annual "smoko." This annual re-union embraces the lodges at Granville, Merryliiud.-, Guildford, Fairfield, Canley Vale, Cnkrainattu, Liverpool, Campbell town and Camden. There were also visitors from Homebush, Lidcombe, Wentworlhville, Auburn and Ihe city. Bro. J. Hunter, P.G., P.C.P., pre sided and conducted the proceeding.? in a capable manner. The organising work was carried out by a local committee, with Bro. l'\ Tivey (secretary of Fairfield branch) as secretary, and Bro. F. (?'alton (local trcusurer) as assist an secreary. Proceeding opened with the loyal toast. The only other toast, "The Day we Celebrate," was briefly proposed by Bro. Tivey. He said it was very pleasing to see so many brethren present, espcially the visitors from outside the district. This annual event took place in turn a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

8 « m *? » * I *JPhone; Liv. 104. -~ 'Phone: Liv. 104. ^ t^WW j | - GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. 1 * STV,JOHN'S ROADCANLEY VALE. . To and from Sydney Daily, Prompt Attention to all Orders. PRICES REASONABLE. .PHONE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. EST. 14YEARS PHONE: UX 7463 F.Trennery " THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR 23 MARY STREET. LIDCOMBE Customers Measured arid Tried on at their own Homes FIT RIGHT, PRICES RIGHT I Will Call Anywhere at Any Time Terms are as follows; 2/- in the £ Deposit; Balance, 1/- in the £ per week, and your suit delivered when 30/- is paid Therefore, have it to wear while paying. Cash Orders Taken HUGH MURPHY SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL Auctioneer and Valuator Red Estate and Commission Agent Farms for Sale and To Let in the Liverpool District Rents Collected Telephone: Liv. 284, "? Telephone: Liv. 284 r AGENTS FOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD . YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE ! ' HARRY GODFREY '.LSVE STOREKEEPER . FAIRFIERLD WEST sIBpport your Local Store and increase the value of your -ow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

1 1 '. ipc . Phone UW 9098. . REDWOOD * 1 * The Cypress Pine Company - Right at WE STOCK AND DELIVER ON THE JOB EVERY KIND OF TIMBER GROWN. ' w and Specialise in CYPRESS PINE White Ant and Borer-Proof, and All Australian Timbers We have our own Sawmills in the Bush. We can give you thevery best Q UAL11Y, PRICE tand ATTENTION. Come and have a Look for Yourself, and get a Quote. The Cypress Pine Co,. - timber merchants - PilBt., merryiands Phone UW 9098. H. L. MILNE, Proprietor. ; Lime and (Eement BRICKS, SAND, ASHES F1BRO 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 ! S. H. GEE, MOTOR ENGINEER, PARK ROAD CABRAMATTA is ready to help yo...

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Local Works. MISSING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

LocalWorks. MISSING ARTICLES. At last meeting of Fairfield Coun cil Mayor Clancyreported: "During the past fortnight the fol lowing works have been carried out: S&ckville-st.-The completion of sading of screenings "and rolling Escd there by the previous council been carried out, Hamilton Road.-The heavy atom on Monday, 4th inBtant, washed away portion or the metalling on the road near King-road. This has been, as far as possible, replaced and re rolled. Harris St.-Spoil from the railway (277 loads) ha6 been placod on this street and rolled. St. Elmo Drain.-Work of con creting this drain is progressing. The recent heavy rain has hampered pro gress considerably. The spoil from this drain has been carted to Thomas Bt., and used for filling up the low lying portion of same. This will be repaired to be gravelled or metalled to make it trafficablc. Scrub has been cat down in front of Mr. Frott's place is Wrantmore street. Mr. Dunn, of Smithfield-st,, com plained several times last...

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BEST PERFORMANCES. A. GRADE. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

BEST PERFORMANCES. A. GRADE. Batting. J. Bruce, Ingleburn, ,, 39 "A. Webb, Guildford, n.o 18 Bowling:. R. Evenden, Guildford 2/6 W. McIIveen, Guildford 2/6 J. Cook, Guildford 2/9 B. GRADE Batting. A. Ward, jn., Canley Vale, .. 63 C. Hartley, Canley Vale, .. .. 51 O. Douglas, Fairfield Juniors .. 60 A. Craig, Fairfield West .. .. 60 R. Learmonth, Fairfield Juniors 44 W. Laws, Fairfield Ionic .. .. 31 R. McNamara, Ingleburn 30 Bowling W. Barrett, Fairfield Juniors 7/33 J, Davidson, snr., Lansdowne 6/33 R. Baxter, Ionic 6/21 H. Bull, Fairfield West .... 4/17 C. Craig, Fairfield West .... 4/30

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STRAYING STOCK AT GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

STRAYING STOCK AT GRAN VILLE. During the past fortnight 16 head of straying stock were impounded at Granville.

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

RAINFALL. Mr. E. C. Hedges, of Fairfield, sends is the information that rain fall from August. 1928, to January 1929 in this district was 311 points, and this n\ohth to Friday last 878 points.

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CANLEY VALE. P. and C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

CANLEY VALE. P. and C. ASSOCIATION The Canlcy Vale P. and C. Asso ciation mot on Tuesday night, Mr. J. W. Thomas (president) presiding. Rnin prevented a large attend ance. Nominations were received for the various officers, the election to take place at the annual meeting on March 14. Mr. Les Fisher was nominted for the presidency; Mr. E. White as vice president, Mr Roy Light, secretary, and Mr. H. Withall as treasure^.' It was decided to request the Rail way Commissioners to place a gate at the entrance to the station, instead of posts as at present, in order to afford convenience to ladies wishing to take perambulators on to the station platform or trains. The headmaster reported that 12 pupils had qualified as high school students. The P. and C. social will be adver tised for March 9. PERSONAL. Sympathy is being expressed with Mr. W. Young, tailor, of Avcral-st., Canlcy Vale, on the death of his mother, who lived at Merrylands. The funeral took place last Wed nesday, the remains ...

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Electricity Charges HOLROLD COUNCIL'S SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

Electricity Charges HOLROLD COUNCIL'S SCHEDULE In response to an instruction from the aldermen, Mr. DunBtan, Holroyd council's engineer, submitted the following schedule of charges to Tuesday night's meeting: (a) Where the consumer takes current from the City Council's 33,000 volt line i.e. from Bond's or Blacktown's substations, and where the consumer pays ,all charges in connection with the connections to the mains, the charges to be the same as charged to this Council by the City Council for units, mains rental, special charges and k.v.a., plus an additional 5 per cent, on the unit charge, but subject to a re bate of 10 per cent of the k.v.a. charge. (b) Where the consumer installs his own transformer, and current is supplied from Walpole-st. substation, and the council measures supply on the low tension side of the trans former, the charges to be the sam? as charged to this council by the City Council, plus an additional 121 per. cent on the unit charge, but subject to a rebate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

Why not buy your Boots in Fairfield Fittings good. Values high, Prices low, at Colechinc's, The Crescent, Fairfield. TIRED PEET arc a novelty when your footwear is from COLECHIN'S The Crescent, Fairfield, "THE BIZ" AGENTS Copies of "The Biz" Newspaper may be sccurcd from the following newsagents: Fairfield: D. Campbell. - Canley Vale: R. J. Gregory. Canly Vole: G. S. W. Mitchell. Cabramatta: B. Joyce. Liverpool: W. Wyche. Carramar: C. W. Emms. Old Guildford: Mr. Gazzard. Guildford: G. M. Pilgrim Granville: G. Capes, H. G. Norman and N.S.W. Bookstall. Merrylands: W. T. Thompson. Smithfield: C. S. Daley. Fairfield West: H. Godfrey. Bossley and Wetherill Parks: Mr. Huggett. Miss ELVY FERGUSON. A.V.C.M (Late of Warwick McKenzie's Studio) TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND THEORY Arrangements made at MRS. MASON "Hasbury" Smart Street Fairfield. Smithfielu GaKlgC Motor Repairs. Will Undertake all v4 Competent Mechanic Employed. Reasonable Charges. All Work Guaranteed BENZINE OILS, &C., ACCESSO...

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TO AVOID FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

TO AVOID FIRE. Mr. W. Johnson, caretaker, Gran ville showground, has asked that the scrub overgrowing the footpath of Wenfcworth-street be removed as it subjects the fence and horse sheds to risk of destruction by fire.-The overseer recommended that the scrub be removed at an estimated cost of £12.-Work to be done.

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JUMPY LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

JUMPY LIGHTS. Mrs. S. Morrison complaincd to Holroyd Council of the poor supply of electricity. She was not very well able to sew or read on account of the way it jumps. If it did not im prove she would seriously have to consider having to do away with it, and have gas for lighting purposes. The engineer said the trouble will be rectified when the new street from Fullagar Road to Lytton-streec is available for L.T. line across this distance.

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GUILDFORD RAILWAY GATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

GUILDFORD RAILWAY GATES. The secretary, Railway Commis ? sioners, wrote to Granville Counul stating that it is proposed to move the railway level crossing gates at Guildford to positions closcr to the rails in order that the gatekeeper can , more expeditiously deal with traffic , This will permit of the provision of an additional gate at the southern 1 end of the goods yard, with access to Guildford Road. The necessary repairs will also be effected.

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FAIRFIELD WEST EUCHRE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

FAIRFIELD WEST EUCHRE PARTY Despite the inclement weather, there was a good attendance at the Fairfield West Progress Association's euchre party and dance held last Sat urday. Owing to impending changes in the administration of the associ ation, this function was the last of the series. The seagrass table was well received, returning a profit of about £2. The winner was Mrs. Moore, of Cabramatta with ticket No. 20A. The winners of the euchre prizes were: Ladies, 1st Mrs. Mc Gowan, 2nd Mrs. German, 3rd Mrs. Clauson, 4th Mrs. Rainbow. Gents: 1st Mr. Beljohn, 2nd Mr. Stccdman, 3rd Mr. Medcalf, 4th Mr. Knight. Mr. Holliway and partner won the spot dance, and Miss R. Packer the lucky number.

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ST. JOHN'S CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

ST. JOHN'S CONCERT The concert held last Saturday evening in the School of Arts, St. John's Park under the auspices of the Agricultural Bureau, despite the threatening weather was very well attended. Musical items were rend ered by Mrs. W. Young (piano), Mr. Roy Thomas, Miss Thelnrn Fitzpat rick, Mrs. Eccles, Mr. R. G. Watts, Mrs. Gill and Messrs. E. Hodges and L. Harris. All the artists received an enthusiastic reception. The president, Mr. J. Trimble, in awarding the trophies won at the show, complimented the Bureau on the success of the show from an ex hibition view-point, but regretted that financially it was spoilt by the inclemency of the weather. He also stressed t he need of more help being required to successfully organise the next show, as there was every likeli hood of next year's event being big ger still. The following aggregate awards were made: Howarth rose bowl, for highest aggregate of points in in side sections, Mrs. Trimble, 131 points; Mrs.| Croker trophy, for ho...

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Wetherill Park, (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

(From our <3pm»ppndent). The following were the lucky prize-winners at the School o£ Arts euchre party and dance:-Latjics: 1st, Mrs, Hal! (Smithfield), seagrass chairs); 2nd Mr. F. Paul) (aluminium kettle). Gents: 1st, Mr. Doug, Gil lies (seagrass chair); 2nd, Mr Eddie Tooker (aluminium kettle) %. Little Mollie Hunt held the lucky ticket for the seagrass chair, and Joyce Paull and little MiBs Hall claimed a box of chocolates each. Our gent winners should appreciate their win, as furni ture is an expensive item I Beware ! Wetherill Park. You have a "copper" in your midst. Constable Kelly, stationed at Bourke, is at present holidaying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kelly of Daniol st. Wetherill Park. Mr. and Mrs. Chag. Paull and family have taken advantage of boggy ground to have a nice holiday at Terrigal. On Saturday a Bazaar, at School of Arts, is to raise funds in aid of Church of England building. The official opening will be performed by Mayor Clancy. FAIRFIELD ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

Australian Cash Order# Ltd. 351-7 Pitt street, Sydney our Doors Below Water Board) Phone:M 6074 (2Kne») Cub Orders for Everything 550 City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Term* (Mention this Paper) MEN'S RUBBER . BOOTS. BEST MAKE THE CRESCENT Fairfield

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Yennora Subdivision QUESTION OF FRONTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

Yennora Subdivision QUESTION OF FRONTAGES. The worka overseer of Holroyd Council submitted to the aldermen the following report in connection with the Yennora sub-division: "I have examined the plan of pro posed subdivision of part of Sec. J. Whittaker's Estate, Fairfield, and shown on the plan as Yennora No. 1 Subdivision, and find that there arc about 40 lots with 20ft. frontage, and about 150 lots with frontages from 40 to 45 feet, also a few with frontages from 30ft. upwards. This subdivision is on the western side of Fowler Road. The eastern side of Fowler Road to Byron Road has been subdivided by Mr McCredie into lots having 50ft. frontage, and a number of lots provided near th« sta tion with 20ft. frontages, suitable for the erection of two storey build ings. z 'If council auproves of this plan of part of section J, it will lower the standard already fixed for this dis trict by McCredie's subdivision, and it would no doubt result in the re designing of McCredies' subdivision ...

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TENNIS FAIRFIELD AND DISTRICT HARD COURTS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

TENNIS FAIRFIELD AND DISTRICT HARD COURTS ASSOCIATION A very successful meeting was held in Whcatley's buildings on Tuesday night, over thirty being present. Eight clubs have entered for A grade, viz,, Jfillcrest, Ascot, Dallar nil, Allandalc, Swannell, Cooringe 2 and Glenroy. The following will comprise the B grade, which will be conducted in two divisions: Hillcrest, Fiorenbine, Ascot, Allandalc, Mavis, Clarinda, The Wattles, Neidpah, Wangaroa 2, Guildford Methodist, St. Pauls; Monitor, Longfield, Amici, Ranip view, Alathca and Guildford Congre gational. To allow some other clubs to join, it was dccided to extend the date of closing to Saturday, 23rd. instant. The competition committee is as follows: Messrs Ford (president), Sclnvarzer (secretary), Collis (treas urer), Siemann, Rubing and Hoddi nett. The council of management (com prising the president, secretary, treasurer and Messrs. Worrad, R. Cook, Way, Gate and Wright) was elected. His Worship the Mayor of Pair field was elec...

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