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THE CUP BY RADIO Crowds Listen in [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

THE CUP BY RADIO Crowds Listen in The broadcast description of the Melbourne Cup was one of the most successful, and in the opinion of all sporting folk, useful broadeasts yet put on the air. All the radio shops in Sydney and probably most in the country were crowded by eager lis teners and in several instances the footpath and roadways were blocked. Perhaps at no place were the broadcast more appreciated than at Eppiflfr trotting1 meeting. During the running of the Cup all business was suspended and the crowds listen ed intently as the account came through a powerful loud speaker. No other word was heard to inter rupt the radio set until The Happy Warrior broke away. As this fact, was announced a bookmaker shouted "I'll lay 4 to 1 The Happy Warrior." No one took any notice, possibly be cause everyone was too absorbed to hear him.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

The NOTED DRAPER Ware and Harris streets, Fairfield - WISHES TO NOTIFY HEE MANY PATRONS IN FAIRFIELD AND SURROUNDING BISTRICTS THAT, OWING TO THE PRESSURE OP BUSINESS, SHE HAS HAD TO EXTEND HER PREMISES. "WpSE ARE, NOW COMPLETE, AND YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITO) TO INSPECT THEM. DO tfOT J'AIL TO SEE THE NEW STOCKS OF , . HOSIERY, MILLINERY, GENERAL DRAPERY,And BABIES' WEAR. IN. ADDITION Double Green Coupons WILL Bfi GIVEN FOR TWO WEEKS, COMMENCING FROM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. ? * HEMSTITCHING DONE ON THE PREMISES REMOVAL NOTICE. E. L. DOWRIES' BOOT AND MERCERY PALACE, ? is now situated at WARE STREET. FAIRFIELD ' (NEXT TO COUNCIL CHAMBERS). YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT THESE MODERN PREMISES AND,TO SEE THE NEW STOCKS OF ' Mercery, Hats, Boots and Clothing : TO CELEBRATE THE OPENING, WE ARE GIVING Oouble Green Coupons FOR TWO WEEKS, COMMENCING, ! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 j: St. John's Park Agricultural Bureau 10th Show FEBRUARY 8 & 9,1929 * IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. ST. JOHN S PARK . -...

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CRICKET BY RADIO BROADCASTING ENGLISH XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

CRICKET BV RADIO BROADCASTING ENGLISH XI. Nothing, probably, has done so much to create interest in the tour of the English Cricketers than the broadcasting of the descriptions of their matches. It was simply won derful during: the progress of the match against New South Wales to see how crowds assembled outside nnd inside every radio establishment in the State. The radio traders were quick to seize on the descriptions of the tests as a means of bringing home to possible buyers the advan tages of owning a radio receiver. For people unable to vis:t the Syd ney Cricket Ground the comments borne over the air were cenrlainly of tremendous interest.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Club Secretaries. Memo from the Editor, All score sheets muBt be written eleorly in ink. Carbon eopy will not be accepted.

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BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). RADIO EISTEDDFOD ELIMINATING COMPETITORS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

BROADCASTING. (Couducled by M. Wita,. Stores, Ft|lfc RADIO EISTEDDFOD ELIMINATING COMPETITORS Hitherto radio Hstcne.s have not heard much of the radio eisteddfod now being- conducted by the Sydney stations 2FC and 2BL jointly. The reason is that aii the elimination tests were hoard in private. In the first week the number of competitors were reduced from 1450 to 500. By the Inst week in November there will be left as finalists, six sopranos, six contraltos, six mezzos, six baritons, six tenors, six -basses, two duet pairs, two church choirs, two mixed choirs, two male choirs, two female choirs, two male quartets and two mixed quartets. In the instrumental sec tion there will be four for the cham pion piano solo, two for the piano solo tinder 10 years, two for the cello nolo, two each for cornet and saxo phone. There will be four dancc bands in the linal. Two radio revue companies will he left in, two debat ing teams, six impromptu announcers two popular vocalists two comedians, two ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

- -^p 1 COMS SHOE STORES THE CRESCENT, V- FAIRFIELD, Ladies Glace Strap Shoes, Pump Soles, Leather Hoels, large fitter, 18/1 i Boys and Youtlir. Box cnlf O/for.l Shoes, Leather soles, 7-10 11/9, 11-1 12/9, 2-5 12/11. Mens' Smart Shoes, in Tan, Nigger, Black Box Calf, and Patent, all shapes and sizes, at Prices to suit all pockets. Mens* Box calf Oxford Shoes Smart Round Toes 25/, 27/6 (also in Tan). 'Phone: Liverpool 132 F. T. WHITLOW SURGEON DENTIST Opp. Council Chambers WARE ST., FAIRFIELD HOURS Daily 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Tuesday and Friday Evenings 7 to 9 H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone: Li v. 259 - 1 I STAND SOLID FOR YOUR OWN TOWN ! BUILD UP ITS PROPERITY AND YOUR OWN ! BUY EVERYTHING LOCALLY ( Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Crossland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Between Canley Vale and 'Fairfield) Visits all parts of Cabramatta, Can ity Vale, or Fairfield districts on phone message or letter...

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Interesting Lecture. AT ST. JOHN'S PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

Interesting Lecture. AT ST. JOHN'S PARK An interesting and instructive lec ture was delivered by Miss Lorna Byrne, women's organiser, Agricul tural Bureau, in St. John's Park School of Arts on Monday evening last. Miss Byrne gave a general outline of the Bureau's activities and the manner in which it added to the gen eral efficiency of farming. There are now 300 branches, with 4000 or 6000 members, and the movement is growing rapidly. It was recognised by the bureau that the cverday home life, the wo man's province on the farms, was of vital importance to the ultimate suc cess of the man on the land. With out the comfort, contentment and pleasure that modern utilities offered, home life on the farm became the drudgery of old, and the young people would find life on the farms dull and slow. Miss Byrne stressed that it was by the diffusion of knowledge, by the interchange of ideas be helpful to knowledge and application of what science had made available that the home life could be ma...

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FAIRFIELD METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

FAIRFIELD METHODIST CHURCH A special choral service will, D.V., be conducted in the above church next Sunday evening at 7.15. Amongst the anthems to be rendered will be "Hark, Hark my Soul," the solos of which will be sung by Misses Hoffman and Drinkwater: "Hear my Prayer," soloist, Miss O'Donnell; and "King of Kings," (by request). There will also be other anthems and musical items, arid hymns for the congregation. The musical portion of the servicc will be in the capable hands of the conductor, Mr. J. Davis The presentation of the Gospel mas sage through the medium of beauti ful music and singing is proving a tions, which assemble for worship on great delight to the large congrega Sunday evenings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

Fairtteld BABY GRAND THE "BABY GRAND" incorporates the same principle as the "P.C.J.J." and "Junior" Loud Speaker. "Very neat and attrac tive" describes the "BABY GRAND"; but wait till you connect it up to your receiver. You will be intensely surprised at the amount of volume which can be got out of this little speaker with out introducing the slightest distortion into the signal. THEY LOOK WELL AND SPEAK WELL! PRICE £3/15/-. OTHER MODELS £5/5/- and £6/10/-. M. WILSON'S WARE STREET FAIRFIELD Philips Trickle Charger Is attractive in appearance, rugged in construction, and of small dimensions. It works automatically. Each time you switch your set off the charging of the "A" Battery commences, at just a correct rate to replace during idle hours the current you have taken out while your set has been in use. Absolutely no attention is necessary; and there are no acids, no moving parts, and abso lutely no noise nor danger. Thus your "A" Battery is always kept at "peak"-not overcharged, no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

Put your XMAS SHOES on the LAY BY at COLECHIN'S, THE CRES CENT, FAIRFIELD. MEN'S WHITE CANVAS LACE SHOES, crcpc soles. from 5/11. COLECHIN'S, The Crcsccnt, FAIR FIELD. To Kill ROUNDWORMS In CHICKENS AND TURKEYS Is by using; NEMA WORM CAPSULES One cnpsiilc docs the work. Easily (riven, do not "throw birds off their feed" or set back ep£ .production. We have a free booklet telling about worms in Poultry ana Turkeys and the use of Nema Worm Capsules. Local Agent, J. Bookallil, M.P.S. Chemist & Optician Opposite the Station Fairfield To Don't be Stuck Up. THE Smithfield G<|f<|g( Will undertake all Motor Competent Mechanic Employed. Reasonable Charges. All Work Guaranteed Benzine Oils, &c., Accessories Stocked Ring Liv. 225 For your Breakdown. ; Day or Ni| We Will Fix It. Car for Hire. S. MONEY, Proprietor

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B. GRADE: Second Division. CAMPBELLTOWN B'S v FAIRFIELD IONIC Played at Fairfield. CAMPBELLTOWN B'S. 1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

B. GRADE: Second Division. CAMPBELLTOWN B'S v FAIR FIELD IONIC Played at Fairfield. CAMPBELLTOWN B'S. 1st Innings 13. Sedgewick, c and bz It. Bax ter 59 S. W. Allan, run out 0 N. Tuck, c and b li. Baxter.... 0 J. Nash, c and b R. Howe .. . . 70 J. Longhurst, c and b R. Howe . . 0 J. Nowett b R. Howe 5 E. Nicol, l.b.w. Howe 15 N. Rudd c Howe 1 R. Nicholas, c and b Howe .... 0 35. King-, not out 2 V. Inman c Gate 0 Sundries 3 Total 155 Bowling: R. Baxter, 2-5'J; E. Up to, 0-45; A. Widgens, 0-iIH . R. Howe 6-14; R. Gate, 1-5. IONIC-1st Innings R. Baxter, l.b.w. Nash 53 J. Anthony c Nicholas 7(5 E. Upton, c Howell 0 W. Baxter, c and b Nash .... 1 A. Widgens, e and b Howell . . . . 10 L. Baxter, c Nash 2 A. Hodgens c and b Howell . . . . 10 R. Howe, e E. Nicol 2 R. Thompson b Howell 43 M. Soult c and b Howell . . . . 14 R. Hunt, not out 1 R. Gate, c and b Howell . . . . 10 Sundries 14 Total 235 Bowling: J. Howell, 5-85; .T. Longhurst, 10-41; J. Nash, 3-25; E. Nicol, 1-48; S. V. Allen, 0-...

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B. GRADE, FIRST DIVISION GUILDFORD UNITED "B" v FAIRFIELD JUNIOHRS FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

B. GRADE, FIRST DIVISION GUILDFORD UNITED "B" v FIELD JUNIOHRS FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. 1st Innings Second Innings. R. Learmonth, c Davie li Watts. . K E. Corby, c Collins, 1) Gough . . 'J. W. Robson, lbw, b Watts .... 2 W. Assmusson, b F. Gough . . . . 17 W. Barrett, c sub., b Watts. . .. 17 N. Bowtell, c Williams, b Davis. . 5 H. Ball, e and b J. Davis N 1 O. Douglas, not out ! "8 D. Sharpe, b Watts.. .. .. 28 A. Baries, lbw, b Wats. .... "o J. Stewart, h J. Davis . . . ! . j 9 Sundries ' ' 'j Total l'J3 Bowling: C. Watts 5 for 54 F 2 J'°I 40> 3? Davis a F. Allen 0 for 17, H. Allen 0 for 5. GUILDFORD UNITED. First Innings Second Innings. T. Williams, b Barnes, b Barrett 1 J. Davis, stp. Ball, b Barrett .. 4 n Sr01i?h' ,? CorbJ'' b Barrett . . 8 C. VJ atts, lb\v" b Barrett .... 0 X* T.0,"' h.o.w., b Barrett ... 20 F. Allen, b Barnes ... 13 E. Maunder, b Barrett 0 C. Collins, c Assmussen, b Lear month n S. Buggy, not out'.'.' ' ' Rn H. Allen, b Barrett ] u J. Duncan, lbw, b Learmonth ....

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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

OBITUARY Members of Southern District Cricket Association will be grieved to hear of the accident al death of Mr. R. Thompson of Lansdowne C.C. We extend our deepest and heartfelt sym pathy to Mrs. Thompson and family.

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Fixtures and Umpires for Saturdays 17th and 24th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

Fixture* and Umpires for Saturday! 17th and 24th November. Liverpool v St. John's Park, at Liverpool (Messrs. Barnicoate and . ,' Vose). Guildford v Ingleburn A, st John's Park (Messrs. Bowtell and Tickner) Umpires please note change of ground in this match. Fairfield West v Cabramatta, at Fairfield West (Messrs. Hatch and Bridgement). . Guildford B v Canley Vale at Can ley Vale (Messrs. Scott and Clarke-Bruce). Ingleburn B v Fairfield Juniors, at Ingleburn (Messrs. Goninan and Donnan). Ionic v LansdovCfie, at Fairfield Park (Messrs. Pannell and Sullivan) Campbelltown B v Liverpool B, at Campbelltown (Messrs. Jago and Os borne). Wetherill Park v Glenfield, at AVetherill Park (Messrs. Ramsay and Strange). Campbelltown A, a bye.

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CENTURY CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

CENTURY CORNER M. McNamara 123 L. Randell 113 R. Baxter, not out 101 J. Cook 137

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COMPETITION TABLE A. GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

COMPETITION TABLE A. GRADE Liverpool 11 Guildford 6 Campbelltown 6 St John's Park 4 Ingleburn 3 B. GRADE, FIRST DIVISION Fairfield Juniors 13 Fairfield West 12 Cabramatta 11 Guildford V Canley Vale 5 Ingleburn 0 B. GRADE, SECOND DIVISION Ionic 14 Lansdowne 13 Glenfield 10 Campbelltown 4 Liverpool and Wctherill Park, not yet to hand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

LADIES' CHAMPAGE STRAP SHOES, Low Heels, 19/11. COLECHTN'S The Crescent. Fairfield Printed and published by A. E. A. J oh niton and Son, soie proprietors, at the registered of Why Waste Time and Money in Fares When You Can Have Your Good* Delivered at Cash and Carry Prices? R. S. T. JAMS, PLUMS, MELON & LEMON, PEACH 8i Tin R. S. T. APRICOT , N 10i Tin PULL CREAM CONDENSED MILK 8id., 3 Tins 2/ NESTLES CREAM, in Jars, Ill Jar BUSHELLS TEA 2/2 LARGE CLINGSTONE PEACHES 9id. LARGE BARS PURE SOAP 8 Id. Bar GOLDEN FLEECE SOAP Hi Bar LARGE SALMON lid. Tin LARGE HERRINGS 1/31 Tin LARGE TOILET SOAP 3 for lOd. LARGE TINS FLOOR POLISH 1/3 Tin LARGE CAKES SAND SOAP 3d. FLY KILL 1/4 and 2/3 Bottle 2 lb* 'PACKETS APEX FLOUR 61 Packet NEW LINO FLOOR POLISH 4i, 3 for :/ RICH SULTANA CAKE 71 lb. OUR XMAS CLUB IS NOW IN FULL SWING PAY WHAT YOU LIKE & HAVE WHAT YOU LIKE AND WHEN YOU LIKE DRAPERY OR GROCERY Our Drapery Department will compare with any for ? Quality and Prices Come and In...

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A. GRADE CAMPBELLTOWN A'[?] v INGLE. BURN Played at Campbelltown. INGLEBURN. 1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

A. GRADE CAMPBELLTOWN A', v INGLE. BURN Played at Campbelltown. INGLEBURN. 1st Innings A. Graham stpd. b Williams . . 13 A. Sherack, c C. Williams .... 7 E. Clark, b Williams 23 M. Morgan, c and b Whalan. ... 32 C. James, l< and b Allen 6 S. Rothwill, b Williams 3 L. Jackson, c and b Williams . . 3 V. Clark, b Whalan 5 F-"aser, c and b Whalan 1 E. White b Williams 3 J. Clerk not out 2 Total 101 Bowling: H. Allan. 1-3; A. \vjl liams, 6-47; E. Whalan, -i-'i. CAMPBELLTOWN, 1st Innings A. Hyman, c and b E. Clark.... 8 H. Longhurst, b E. Clark .. .. 8 E Whalan, l.b.w. E. Clave . . 0 T. Munro, b Graham 3 F Williamson b White £7 II. Allen b Rohtwell f 7 McPherson, b E. Clark 27 T. Hunt, c and b Rothwoi! . . .. 12 W. A. Longhurst, b Rothwell .. 0 A. Williams, not out 1 G. Rutter, b Jackson 0 Sundries 5 Total 148 Bowling: ? A. Graham, 0-35; E. Clark, 11-40. L. Jackson, 1-14; C. James, 0-16; T. Rothwell, 3-16; E. White, 1-8; W. Clark, 0-13. INGLEBURN, 2nd Innings E. White, run out ...

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FASHION TO-DAY SPRING EVENINGS CONSIDERING THE THE EVENING CAPE ARRIVES SHADOW EFFECTS ARE MODISH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

FASHION TO-DAY SPRING EVENINGS CONSIDERING THE ;(.? Sarban Winalow.) THE EVENING CAPE ARRIVES Loose, circular capes of plain, rich fabric are in vogue as evening wraps. The voluminous folds of the one sketched allow of various pict uresque arrangements. Crepe satin is the fabric that makes it. The un usual collar repeats the colour of the lining, which is delphinium blue, to contrast with the main colour of mist grey. SHADOW EFFECTS ARE MODISH On this model, the shadow effect is obtained aby using two shades of fabric and three shades of braid. Into the frock of Volga green fabric is introduced tw o diamond-shaped pieces and neck banding of royal blue. The latter colour appears also at waistband and cuffs, outlined with rows of Volga green and black braid. The blouse is finely tucked to emphasize the diamond shapes. The hemline is the most important feaurte in evening modes of the spring. Brains have worked hard to pro vide the novelties and variations 'that are to be observed in sk...

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BEST PERFORMANCES A. GRADE Batting [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

BEST PERFORMANCES A. GRADE Battine 3. Cook, Guildford, not out.. . . 137 S. Buckland, St. John's 63 F. Williams, Campbelltown . . . . 57 J. Gough, Giuldford 33 Bowling A. Williams, Campbelltown . . 6-47 E. Clark, Ingleburn . 4-40 E. Whalan, Campbelltown. . . . 3-£ S. Rothwell, Ingleburn 3-1G B. GRADE Batting. J, Anthony, Ionic 76 S. Buggy, Guildford not out . . 50 G. Lalon, Lansdowne 5" R. Thompson, Ionic 43 J. Davidson, Lansdowne.. . . ". , 43 E. Sedgewick, Campbelltown, not out 46 S. McNamara, Cabramatta, not out 32 Bowling W. Barrett, Fairfield Juniors, 7-42 D. Russell, Fairfield West. . . . 6-23 A. Allsop, Lansdowne 5-2! M. McNamara, Cabramatta . . 4-18

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