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EUCHRE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
EUCHRE WINNERS. The winners at the euchre party held on Monday last at the Cres cent Picture Palace, Fairfield were: Ladies: Mrs. Dwyer, Mrs. Nibbie and MiBs Cooke (seagrass chair each); Mrs. Smith (sunshade). Miss Reardon (silk stockings^; ' "Mrs. Smith (shopping basket). Gents: Mr. Stephens,- Mr. Riley and Mr. Noonan (seagrass chair each), Mr. Capon (smoker's outfit), Mr. Bradshaw (three neckties), Mr. F. Wade (pair braces). ,
JEWELLERY THIEVES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
JEWELLERY THIEVES Victor .Rudolph Podesta and John Charles .Anderson, who were com mitted from Liverpool i to Parra matta Court, were last week sen tenced each to nine months' Im prisonment for a theft of jewellery from Thomas Sterio, at Liverpool, between January 27 and 28.
Fairfield P. and C. Association [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
Fairfield P. and C, Association A meeting of members of the above twas held at the school on Monday night lost, the president (Alderman J. Burleigh) presiding. Others present were Mesdames E. Johnstone, J. Learmonth, M. Botch er and V. Jones, and Messrs D. Camp bell (hon, sec), S, Petley (assistant sec.), J. Lcarmonth (headmaster), R. Campbell and W. J. Bright. The president apologised for his absence from the previous meeting. The secretary explained that the next meeting would be annual one, and a copy of the annual report and balance-sheet would be sent to each member. The president said he had received a letter from the Education De partment inquiring particulars of the lines on which the local associ tion was conducted. A copy of the annual report would be forwarded. There was some discussion as to offering prizes for those most suc cessful in securing new members, some speakers contending that col lecting and canvassing had been done to death in Fairfield. However, it was deci...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
PERSONAL Dr. Hamilton, of Fairfield, who owing to ill-health, was compelled to take a holiday, returned home yesterday. During his .absence, Dr. Patten, of Norfolk Island, acted as locum tenens. Mr. H. E. S. Doyle, catechist, from Moore Theological College, New town, has been appointed assistant to Rev. H. E. Rogers, in the Smith field-Fairfield Church of England district Mrs. Gilchrist wife of Dr. Gil christ, of Fairfield, is the happy mother of a baby boy. They are well, in a private hospital in Liver pool. Mr. Dempsey, of Hamilton Road, Fairfield, suffered a heart attack on Friday , while standing at a street corner. Fortunately, his son and Constabe Little were nearby and caught him as he staggered. He was taken to his home in Mr. W. Gibson's car, and has now improved considerably under treatment. Rev. W. G. Sharpe will officiate on Sunday morning at Cabra-Vale, and on Sunday evening at Fair field. He has an important message for all. Mr. J. W. Thomas, who for three years past h...
FOR CHAR[?]S SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
FOR CHARIl * S SAK.K. Miss M. Hands, wrote to Gran ville Council on Tuesday night, stating that she is unable to pay an account of £1/0/6, being balance rent of Council Chambers for Aug ust 22nd last.-The town clerk re parted that the council chamber was surrendered by the regular tenant to Miss Hands, who had engaged the hall for a charity ball, and in view of all the circumstances, he recommended that he amount be written off.-To be written off.
MASONIC S[?]RVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
MASONIC Sc-KVICK. The local Masonic Lodge are holding their annual Masonic ser vice at St. Barnabas' Church, Fair field, on Sunday evening at 7.1S. Chaplain Bro. E. Robinson takes for his subject-"The faith of a Mason." - On Saturday, March 2, Sarah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Stret ton, of Fairfield, is to be wedded to Mr. James Luke, of St. Marys, at the Fairfield Church of England.
GRANVILLE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
GRANVILLE STREETS. At Tuesday night's meeting of the Granville Council the overseer of works recommended tarring sections of the following streets, at a total cost of £1116/6/6: Good-st., Pros pect-st., Arthur-st., Redfern-st., Mona-st., Harrington-st., Carrington st.f McArthur-st., The Avenue (Guild ford), Bursill-st.f Marion-st., Elean or-st., Membrey-st., William-st., Par ramatta-st., John-st., Locksley Aven ue, Brittania Avenue, Roseberry Road, Rhodes Avenue, and Cross-st. -All are to be done.
Granville Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
Granville Municipal Council. The Granville Council met on tendings Tuesday night, the full Council at CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read from: Mr. W. Moxham, drawing atten tion to the condition of the fottpath and drain in front of his cottages in Heath-street.-The overseer report ed that the gutter is a danger to public health, and recommended the construction of kerbing and gutter ing, at an estimated cost of £118/16 half of which will be payable to ad joining owner.-Referred to works committee. Mr. H. McKenzie, drew attention to the condition of the southern end of Bolton-street.-The overseer reported that there is a good shale road leading to the vehicular en trance to Mr, McKenzie's property. Arrangements have been made to have the glitter cleaned out.-To ye carried out. Mr. V. H. Coker asked that ashes be spread along the footpath in front of his premises in Kemp-street, and for an improvement in the lighting of the street.-The overseer re ported that ashes will be spread when ...
NEIGHBOUR'S PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
NEIGHBOUR'S PROTEST Mr. H. W. Asby. protested to Granville Council on Tuesday night, against the council giving Mr. V.\ Richardson permission to build gar age in his front garden in Harris street, thus obscuring the view, and depreciating the value of his pro pery.-The Mayor moved: "That in view of misleading statement in Mr. Richardson's letter, placed be fore the council at its last meeting, permission to build the garage on the site proposed be refused." -Permission to build was granted. Aid. Porter and the Mayor were the pricipals in a passage-at-arms. The former called the Mayor a "liar," and accused him of applying the gag. In both cases the Mayor made Aid. Porter withdraw, threatening to ad journ the meeting.
Careless Use of Fire At Liverpool Court on Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
/ Careless Use of Fire At Liverpool Court on Thursday. On information by George Wren, who Is an old age pensioner, George Fley im charged with careless use of jftre, at Hoxton Park on January 18.. Repleaded not guilty. George Wrcn; said that a fire was left burning by Fley, and caused £50 worth of damage to fences, fowltibuses, grass, etc., and he was in danger of losing his life. He said Fley had been burning off . stumps for weeks, A lady witness, Mrs. Coles, said she saw the fire in Wren's pad dock, but not before. Smoke was coming from a stump in Fley's paddock earlier. Walter Taylor, farmer, said he did not see the start of the fire. He saw the fire in Wren's paddocks and went and told Wren to clear out or he'd get burnt To Fley: The fire could have started either on Rickard's or your land. It was on both blocks when X got there. I did not sec any fire on your property at all, although I live close. Frederick Ricks said Mrs.) Coles called him to help put the fire out; it was in...
COW-SHOOTING CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
COW-SHOOTING CASES. Robert Blackburn, the hero of the cow killing case at Liverpool on Thursday week, appeared at Parra matta Court last week. He was con victed, and released on finding sur ety of self in £30, and one surety of £30, to be of good behaviour for two years, and was also ordered to pay to the owner the sum of £10 within six months.
Liverpool Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 February 1929
Liverpool Council. The Liverpool Council met on Tuesday night In attendance were: Aid. Bratchell (Mayor), Aid. Free man. Bill, Bird, Watson, O'Grady, Scheel, Welfare, Webster, Fitzpat rick and Chapman. Aid. Hans combe's apology was acceped. The Mayoral minute which > was held over from last meeting, was adopted. It was decide to apply to the Minister for Lands, for the sale of land for park purposes at Glenfield. The Water and Sewerage Board wrote that it could not forego the guarantee required in connection with the Secan-street water service extension. The Board also stated that the water supply to Hillview and Chipping Norton was receiving at tention. The Main Roads Board wrote tl\pt it was unable to agree to the proclamation of a developmental road, Liverpool to Hoxton Park. Fairfield Council sent a communi cation stating that the Minister for Public Health had ordered that the sanitary depot at Fairfield be closed. The headmaster, Liverpool Jun ior Technical School, was gran...