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GUILDFORD GARDEN PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

GUILDFORD GARDEN PLOT. For the laying-on of water to Guildford garden plot the tender of' A Morpuss and Son, £7/10, has been accepted by Granville Council. The arrears of rates in Granville Municipality total £2,592/14/10. Ac tion is being taken to recover-the amounts.

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PROCEEDINGS THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

PROCEEDINGS THREATENED. Mrs. E. M, Westaway wrote to Holroyd Council on Tuesday night, asking for attention to Iiunt-st. There are stumps and' scrub strewn about, and during the recent rain, the bushes on Janies-st. diverted all the water from McCredie Road to the front of her property and wash ed away about 50 loads of loam and all the manure. She did all that was possible to keep the water out, and ?would have done so, but for the scrub. She asked for compensation for damage done, failing which pro ceedings will be taken to recover same. She is quite willing to come to an amicable settlement.-The Mayor (Aid. Bacon) said he was not favorably impressed with the tone of the letter. His motion that it be merely received was carried.

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

Aftfe**-Sade Dddiitils A Big Assortment of odd Lengthsin DreBS Voiles, 38 in. wide. Usual Price 1/11 to 2/11. Oddme"1 Price, 1/ per yard. Ladies Art Silk Hose,. Extra long leg. Usual Prico, 3/11. Oddment Price 2/11. Hemstitched Pillow Slips. Usual Price 1/. Oddment Price 8|d Ladies' Cotton Singlets, slimmer weight, without sleeves, bound neck. Usual Price, 2/6. Oddment Pricc, 1/6. Men's Cotton Singlets, light-weight, for summer wear. Usual Prico, 1/6. Oddment Price, 1/0. #WE TAKE CASH ORDERS. MAKE USE OF OUR LAY-BY. Woods, Th» 0~" 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 ProteBtant Hall. E. R. HURD'S GREAT OPEN...

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Prosecution Failed. COST COUNCIL £4/12 [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

Prosecution Failed. COST COUNCIL £4/12 . Referring to a recent case of prosecution of a ratepayer by Hol royd Council for alleged damage to an electric light meter, the inspector, Mr. T. Haigh, sent a report to Tues day night's meeting, as follows: "This case was heard at the Parra matta Court on February 6, Mr. Fitzhardinge appearing for the council. The ease was defended. Mr. Fitzhardinge did the best ho could with the material available, but his chances of success were very remote. There was no evidence what ever to connect the damage sustain ed by the meter with the defendant. The electrical engineer and meter reader gave evidence as to the state of the damaged meter, but that was all they had to offer. The magis trate expressed surprise that such n case should be brought to court, and advised the council to look into cases more carefully before bring ing anything of this nature to court again, and if necessary, sccurc legal advice first. He promptly dismissed the information, a...

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POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

POLICE COURT At Liverpool Court on Thursday, before Mr, Gibson, P.M., the foll owing eases were dealt with'. Cecil Pearse (28) wu fined 6/ for drunkenness in Smart-street, Fairfield, and £2 for Using: indecent language. Allan Elexander Huddleton (24), was fined £1/10, witneBs expenBd IS/, for using indecent language in the Crescent, Fairfield, on Jan uary 15. Constable Little gave evidence. James Smith (28) was' also fined £2 for using indecent language in The Crescent, Fairfield, on Jan uary 1C. Charles Victor Miller was simil arly charged and fined £1/10 wit ness expenses 15/. Constable Little appeared in these eases also. Albert Edward Green (28) for feited 10/ recognisance, for drunk enness in Copelarid-stroet,. Liver pool. Colin Iiadley Griffin was f.lncd £2, court costs 8/, for using indecent language in the approach to the Fairfield railway station. Walter Simpson was charged with not turning a motor car correctly from one street into another, on January 24, by driving to the...

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NUMBERING MERRYLANDS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

NUMBERING MERRYLA.NDS HOUSES. Merrylands Chamber of Commerce requested Holroyd Council to give consideration to the question of numbering the houses. It was under stood that in a neighbouring munici pality the numbering of houses was carried out without cost to the council, and no doubt similar ar rangements could be made by Hol royd Council. Aid. Shaw moved that the clcrk report as to numbering of houses. Aid. Warnock seconded the motion, which was carricd. At Granville Council meeting on Tuesday night, the question of the purchase of a car for the inspector was deferred until next meeting. Men's Strong Working Boots, at Reasonable prices, Colechin's, The Crescent, Fairfield.

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Liquor After Hours [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

Liquor Aft** floura At liverpool Police Court on Thursday, Sydney Rota, Licensee of the Commercial Hotel, Liverpool, was charged with delivering beer during prohibited hours, Heplead ed not guilty. Mr. Bolton for the licensee took exception to the information on the grounds that it did not disclose the name of the person or persons to whom the liquor was delivered. The objection was overruled, after reference to the section. "No doubt," said the P.M., Mr. Gibson, "some person or other will be named in the evidence." Mr. Bolton: Supposing it was de livered to a boarder P.M. "That's one of the excep tions and it's not necessary to prove an exception." Mr. Bolton's objection was noted. Sergeant Taylor, of Liverpool, said at 9.45 p.m. on February 2nd, with Constable Thompson, he saw defendant on the footpath near his hotel. Later he saw Hanna and O'Brien speak to him. Ross went to the hotel, the man following to the door. -The licensee went in, came back and handed something to O'Brien,...

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SWIMMING AND LIFESAVING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

SWIMMING AND LIFESAVING The Carramar Progress Associa tion at its last meeting decided to extend all, possible support to the proposal to form a swimming club at Carramar. All those interested are invited to attend the . next meeting of the Progress Association in Carramar Hall on March 5. It is proposed to open, the club with a junior and senior swim from Latty's to Carramar.

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LIVERPOOL. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

LIVERPOOL. PERSONAL. Mr. Phili Sweikart, of the staff of Liverpool Post Office, for the past two years, has been trans ferred to Hornsby on the relieving staff. CRICKETERS' SOCIAL. Liverpool Cricket Club held a euchre party on Saturday night, Mr. A. Hill being in charge of the games. Prize-winners were: Gents Mr. G. Smith 1st, Mrs. Noakes 2nd and lucky number; Miss 0. Baker 3rd; Ladies, Mrs. Leathart 1st, Mrs. Hull 2nd, Mrs. Payne 3rd. CONVENT JUBILEE The golden jubilee of the Liver pool Convent occurrs in May next, and the occasion will be celebrated with a monster garden fete. A queen _ competition is being held, the three candidates being Miss Mildred Murray, Miss Minnie Bolt on and Miss Marjorie Brewer. Nearly every night of the week functions are held in a small way. in support of the candidature of one or the other, while a dance on a larger scale is held fortnightly. On Saturday night the Scarlet Runners held a dance in support of Miss Mildred Murray. The con vent school hall...

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A. GRADE INGLEBURN A. v GUILDFORD A. Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

A. GRADE INGLEBURN A. v GUILDFORD A. Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN-1st Innings. L. Williams, lbw., b Webb .. . . 10 E. White, b Cook 1 J. Bruce, c R. Evenden, b W. McPhereon /S9 W. Clarke, b Cook 6 E. Clarke, b Allen 6 H. Morgan, b R. Evenden .. 3 A. Rothwell, b R. Evenden .... 1 A. Sherack, c Gough, b Thomp son 17 L. Jackson, c Cook, b Mcpherson 2 J. Clarke, not out 0 Sundries 3 Total 92 Bowling: A. Webb 1/ 17, J. Cook 2/9, B. Allen 1/25, P. Thompsan 1/14, R. Evenden 2/6, C. Williams 0/7, W. McPherson 2/6 GUILDFORD-1st Innings A. Webb not out 18 C. Williams, c Williams, b Mor gan 1 A. Fraser, c Sherack, b White 17 S. Bell, c W. Clarke, b L. Wil liams 0 B. Allen, not out 9 Sundries 7 Three wickets for 52 Bowling: E. Clarke, 0/10, H. Mor gan 1/19, L. Williams 1/7, E. White 1/10.

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GUILDFORD MEMORIAL CARNIVALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

GUILDFORD MEMORIAL CARNl VALE. The carnival in aid of the Guild ford Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts commences on March £, and will carry on until 16th. The var ious sub-committees have perform ed excellent work and the hon. or ganiser, Mr. W. Milligan, is san guine regarding the result. A most enthusiastic committee has already worked hard to establish the Mem orial, and in addition to a valuable block of land, have approximately £600 in a bank. It is the definite intention of the hon. organiser to raise sufficient money at the ap proaching carnival to make the memorial an established fact and build a suitable structure in mem ory of the Guildford residents who so nobly upheld the traditions of the Empire. The procession will be well worth seeing, and is to take place on the afternoon of March 9. Another most interesting feature is the baby show, which will be held on March 16. Both these attractions are causing a vast amount of interest and record entries are anticipated. Full d...

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CENTURY CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

CENTURY CORNER M. MoNamara, Cabraqiatta 123 L. Randell, Liverpool .. ..1X8 E. Baxter, Ionic n.o 101 J. Cook, Guildford 187 W. Rainbow, Wotherill Park 104 E. Preston, Lansdowne, n.o. 108 F. Gibb, LanBdowne .. .. 125 L. Rainbow, Wetherill Park 140 J. Bruce, Ingleburn .. .. 10S C. Hartley, Canley Vale 105 B. Allen 112

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

Murray Bros. tParramatta) LIMITED 4ft. 6in. Polished Maple Bedroom Suite and Wardrobe full 4ft. 6in, with mirror and hat tshelf. 3ft. 9in. Dressing Table and Pedestal to maljbh £13/10. Upholstered Seagrass Chairs in Shadow Tissue 35/. A large chair and well made. f only 3 piece Chesterfield Suite, in Moquette Spring back and edge, on webbing, £19/10 TERMS ARRANGED MURRAY BROS. (Parramatta) LIMITED 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, Compri.ing Oak Bedroom Suite, Kapok Bedding, Cot, Linos., Oak Sideboard, Oak Dining Room Table, Chairs, Bedsteads, Stretchers, Kitchen Table, Sette, Piano, Cedar Table Dresser, Sewing Machine, Cooking; Utensils, Crockery, Tools, Wheel Barrow, Scaffolding Planks, A.J.S. Motor Bike 28 Horse Power. Dodge Single Seater Car. Motor Garage, Saddle and Bridle, 2 Horses. And other I...

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CABRAMATTA. MAN MAY LOSE LEG. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

CABRAMATTA. MAN MAY LOSE LEG. At 2.30 p.m. on Sunday Alfred Dorman, of North Strathfield, sus tained a fractured right leg and scalp wounds when a motor cycle he was riding struck a car on Liverpool Road, Cabramatta. Dorman was riding behind the car, which swung to the side of the road, and in the endeavour to avoid a crash, the cycle grazed the car, and struck a telegraph pole. Liverpool ambulance took Dorman to the Liver pool State Hospital, but in order to ascertain if amputation would be necessary, he was removed to Prince Alfred Hospital. FIRE AT CABRAMATTA. At 6 a.m. on Wednesday morning the fire alarm at Cabramatta caused people to hasten from their beds. An outbreak had occurred at the residence of Mr. Reg Monoghan, Railway Parade. The members of the family were away on holiday at the time, and it is a mystery how the outbreak oc curred. The fire started in a bedroom and destroyed about £10 worth of bed ding, etc., before the local brigade, under Captain Stuart Henderson, su...

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"PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

"PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM" People are looking forward to the presentation, in St. John s Park School of Arts, to-night (Sat.) of the operatta "Princess Chrysan themum" by the S. John's Park Musical Society. New scenery has been prepared, the stage enlarged and new wings erected. Members have been re hearsing assiduously, and a Teal treat is promised.

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B. GRADE. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v INGLEBURN. Played at Fairfield Oval. LANSDOWNE—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

B. GRADE. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v INGLE BURN. Played at Fairfield Oval. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS-1st Innings R. Learmonth, c J. Palmer, b A. E. Corby, lbw.,b A Sindel .... 2 Sindell 44 W. Assmussen, b A. Sindel .... 0 W. Barrett, stp., R. McNamara, b Bulluss 13 N. Bowtell, c Hopping, b Stan ford .. 12 Jim Stewart, c J. Palmer, b Mc Ilveen 10 O. Douglas, c sub., b J. Palmer 50 Jack Stewart, c J. McNamara, b A. Sindel 0 R. Sharpe, run out 24 A. Barnes, b W. Allen .... 3 H. Ball, not out 2 Sundries 1 Total .. , 170 Bowling: J. Hopping 0/27, A. ' Sindel 4/60, J. Stanford 1/23, J. Bulluss 1/12, J. Palmer 1/20, J. McNamara 0/8, A. Mcllveen 1/24, W. Allen 1/4. INGLEBURN-1st Innings R. McNamara, b Barrett .. .. 30 J. Palmer, c Jim Stewart, b Learmonth 0 J. Bulluss, c Bowtell, b Barrett I A. Mcllveen, stp. Ball, b Barrett 7 J. Hopping, b Barrett ...... 0 J. McNamara, b Barrett .... 23 A. Sindel, b Barrett 0 W. Allen, c Corby, b Assmussen 1 J. Stanford, b Barrett 0 T. Connell, not out 0 Sundries 4 Total...

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

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND P AIRFIELD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Fairfield 8 a.m., (Hen's Corporate Communion^; 11, (Children's Church); Rev, fi. E. Rogers; 7.16, (annual Masonic Service); Chaplain Bro. R. Robinson. Smithfield 11, Mr. H. E. S. Doyle, of Moore College; 7.15, Rev. H. E. Rogers. Bossley Park 3, Rev. H. E. Rogers. Mark Lodge 7.15, Mr. II. E. S. Doyle. Wetherill Park 7.15, Mr. W. EUis, of St. John's College. Thursday, February 28, Fairfield (Intercession) 8 p.m. Mr. H. E. S. Doyle; Smithfield (Intercession) 8 p.m. Rev. H, E, Rogers. CABRAMATTA 2nd Sunday in Lent, February 24. Divine Services. Cabramatta 8 (H.C.), and 11 a.m., Vicar; 7.16, Mr. Greville. St John's Park 3, Mr. Greville. Canley Vale 11, Mr. Greville; 7.15 Vicar. A number of boys from the Car lingford Homes will assist in the evening service at Canley Vale. Don't miss the opportunity of hear ing these boys, trained by Mrs. Hill, the Matron of the Homes. METHODIST CHURCH Fairfield 11, Rev. G. W. Johnston; 7.15,...

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

A The NOTED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, $ «- :--w i. Sale! Salef Sale! "e ' 'V- ' J'' OUR TD<)F-SEASQN SALE IS IN FULL Discpunt of ten per cent. (2/ in £) on all pur chases,in addition to our. -usual. Discount), of Greeii| Coupons. DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON MILLINERY OUT THEY GO.-Many lines are sacrificed. Get yours NOW. Now is the time to replenish House-hold stocks of SHEETS, TOWELS, PILLOW SLIPS, TABLE DAMASK, and SERVIETTES. Every line reduced, and, as our stocks are well known for GOOD QUALITY apd KEEN PRICES, they are Genuine Bargains. FLANNELETTES and OSMANETTES in abundance. Lay in Stocks for winter needs. HOSIERY for Men, Women and Children-every pair guaranteed. LADpES' RAINPROOF COATS, Guaranteed waterproof, well under City Prices. Dark:' Grey and Natural FLANNEL, Extra Good Qualities. DREliS GOODS of every description: Silks, Voiles and Flannels. SAVE FARES, TIME and Energy and shop with" us. l>HONE, LIV. 301 M. * Men's Working Boots (STRONG AND RELIABLE) KEENLY PRICED A...

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CRICKET NEWS COMPETITION TABLE. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

CRICKET NEWS COMPETITION TABLE. A. GRADE. Liverpool 28 Guildford 20 lAfflebura 17 St. John's Park ...... 6 Gampbel'town 6 B. GRADE 1st DIIVISION. Fairfield Juniors 33 Gabramatta 23 (This weeks scores not to hand) Fairfield West 21 Guildford 13 Canley Vale 13 (This 'weeks scores not to hand) Inglebum 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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GOSPEL UNION HALL. Chancery Street, Lansdowne. Undenominational. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929

GOSPEL UNION HALL. Chancery Street, Lansdowne. Undenominational. Sunday School 3 p.m. Young Men's Bible Class 3 p.m. Prayer Meeting .. ., 4.30 p.m. Praise Service 7 p.m. Gospel Service .. ,. 7.15 p.m. Sim key's Hymn Books Provided. Bright Singing.

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