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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

Suits that Last AND NEVER LOSE THEIR SHAPE BUILT BY CRAFTSMEN PARRAMATTA CREDIT TAILORING COMPANY 207 CHURCII-STREET, PARRAMATTA (Near Lennox Bridge) Will build your next Suit that will give you entire satisfaction on Easy Terms at Cash Prices You do not need a Cash Order, You Pay at Our Shop NO INTEREST 11 IN THE £ / POUND at / DEPOSIT w When you order your Suit and after your Suit . is built to your entire sat isfaction, You take the suit away and complete the balance by instalments IN THE A POUND X WEEKLY W Come and inspcct our finest range of 1 lie very latest English and Austrn lian suiting PARRAMATTA CREDIT TAILORING GO. 207 Church St.» PARRAMATTA (NEAR LENNOX BRIDGE) Fairfield PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL Phone 301 J Liverpool . .. .. Phone 301 J Liverpool Nurse Podmore, A. T. N. A. (Registered) (Certificated Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney) ADDRESS: "ST. KEVpRN," BARBARA ST,. FAIRFIELD (Near the Fire Station) Outdoor and Indoor Cases Attended. All Parts Visited Nervous Diseas...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK. PUBLIC PICNIC. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

ST. JOHN'S PARK. . PUBLIC PICNIC. (Contributed.) The St. John's Park Agricultural Bureau, at the Inst meeting, ap pointed a committee to decide how best to carry out the programme of children's sports, set down in their show schedule, but unavoidably abandoned through the inclemency of the weather. The show, which everyone realis ed was a big success, except finan cially, would not be considered com plete unless that part relating to the sports was carried out. The com mittee's duty was to find out a means of giving an opportunity to those who were kept away from the show by the wet weather, of join ing in that success. It was there fore decided to hold a basket picnic on the St.-John's Park oval on Sat urday, March 9, when, commencing at li o'clock sharp, not only those events printed in the show schedule will be run, but races for adults (male and female) comic events and a marathon will be decided. The committee believe the people will welcome an opportunity of joining with the b...

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ELECTRICITY UNDERTAKING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

ELECTRICITY UNDERTAKING A. R. Bluett, L.G. solicitor, wrote to Fairfield Council on Tuesday night with reference to the exten sion of the electric light beyond the loan area from funds raised within the area. His opinion was that such could not be done. If there was more profit than required for the proper working, then the cost to consumers should be reduced. The Mayor moved that the matter be referred to the L.G. Department for invesigation. The letter show ed that the stand taken by him in the late council had been the correct one, and that the action taken had been illegal. A new loan area should have been created. Now thev could not make any further exten sion out there. Aid. Brocklehurst seconded the motion. The people should know how things had been done. An in justice had been done to the Wcth erill Park consumers by having the extension carried out as it was. Aid. Tooker said Wetherill Park people had acted in a proper and aboveboard manner. He believed all parts should enj...

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WEDDING. GITTOES—DOVE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

WEDDING. GITTOES-DOVE A quiet. 1 >t very pretty, wedding was solemn... d at St. Ann's Churcli of England, Merrylands, on Satur days last, when Miss Eileen G art rude Dove, daughter of Mr. Jack Albert Dove, of Mascot, N.S.W., joined hands in holy matrimony with Mr. Leslie John Arthur Gittoes, son of Mr, Arthur Gittoes, also of Mas cot. The bride, who was most taste fully dressed, was given away by her father. The Misses Minns were the two pretty bridesmaids. A very intercsinj* feature of the occasion was that Rev. G. B. Webb, of Merrylands, who performed the peromony, presented (he copy of the Prayer Book used, to the bride after the marriage.

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Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. Aid. McBurney (Mayor), A1(L Camkin, Watts, Hill, Hirst, Rear don, Iianbury and Firth were pres ent at Monday night's meeting ol the Cabra-Vale Council. There was an apology from Aid. Oood W. E. Manning w. 3tc that he was pleased to see that the council had decided to act in regard to straying stock. He asked that the inspector be sent to Riverside Road, Canley Vale, where the nuisance was ex treme, and an inconvenience to ratepayers walking and driving, lie stated the case of a man who leased his paddock and allowed his stock to pasture in the streets.-Action is being taken. . . G. P. Monaghan asked permission to erect a portable stall Jpn Liver pool Road, for the salpof soft drinks on Saturdays and' Sundays. -Granted. - . Elsie W. Broome made a similar request for the corner of Liverpool Road and Chaddcrton-st.-Granted. The Legal Aid Office wrote stat ing that Mrs. Christina Wilkie and others had applied for permission to take proceedings against the c...

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METHODIST SERVICES. BONDI O.K. CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

METHODIST SERVICES. BONDI O.K. CHOIR. The worship at the Cabramatta Methodist Church next Sunday morning will be conducted by the Bondi Methodist O.K. Choir. This choir consists of '20 young men who are members of the Order of Knights attached to the Bondi church. They are reputed to be the finest male voice party in the eastern suburbs. Quite recently they supplied a musical programme for the P.S.A., at the Lyceum Hall, Sydney, These young.men devote one Sunday a quarter in providing musical services among the churches in the Metropolitan area. The same party will conduct the Harvest Thanksgiving Service in the Liverpool church next Sunday evening. Our people in these centres arc greatly delighted at the prospect of having their worship conducted next Sunday morning and evening by this party of young gospel sing ers. Next Sunday's services in the Fairfield church, will be conducted by Mr. G. Brocklehurst and Rev. G. W. Johnston. The subject of the evening service will "The Mean ing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

|p« yin pm^iii >inii|iiiajijjjpin TWECRESCENT. Fairfield Bakery My-aim is straight to please; 1 lilt; my object, too, M)' 'wedding and my birthday cakes, Axe Just "what -would «uit you. I'm noted for my bread, ff|4y .afchallfeooda take the lead, So tjome along and buy HEirtur patronage! need. TRY MY TEA CAKES, BUN LOAVES. OR . COFFEE ROLLS COFFEE CAKE, is very nice. My carts deliver everywhere. Just ask the cart to call And you wil} be satisfied. /iT.f'SELL THE rBEST BREAD-I DON'T KEEP IT. F. Q. HENDERSON, Proprietor , ' J. G. McBURNEY & CO. {Late'Collins & Co.) * . ^ SMART STREET. FAIRFIELD. " ^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT Regular Supplies of Best Country Pollard and Bran Primest Riverina Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Poultry Food and Spices of all Kinds PATON BURNS FERTILISERS. Yates 'Farm' and Garden Seeds. Bulk Supplies Greenfeast Peas. ?r and Canadian Wonder Beans. PHONE No.: LIV. 238. ORDERS CABLED FOR AND DELIVERED. District Agent for T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

V. Sand Shoe*, Sand Shoei, for Men. Women and Children, to suit all pocket*, at Colecliin'c, The Cre*cent, FaJrEfcld,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

FIREWOOD DRY CLOCKWOOD-Per cwt. 2/-; per i-ton, 7/9; per J-ton, 14/6; per ton, 28/ COAL-2/6 per cwt. BEST MORTLAKE COKE 2/3 a bag. each to order. GRAPE BOXES-1 /. each TOMATO BOXES-8d. each W. E. GOULD John street, Cabramatta (Near Railway) GYOUNG Local Agent for I. O. A. BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR Bungalow Specialist CUMBERLAND STREET CABRAMATTA THE OLD FIRM A. E. RUST Estate and Commission Agent Insurances Effected, Rents Collected Houses, Land, Farms, Farmlets, Orchards of all Descriptions Guildford road, GUILDFORD Phone: UW 9005 R.H. JORDAN Cash Butcher FOR QUALITY GUILDFORD P. J. McDONALD Opposite Pott Office, Fairfield For Accountancy, Typing,- and General Clerical Work Income Tax Returns Expertly Prepared Agent for London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd. All Classes Of Insurance Effected .Funds to Lend on Furniture,. Pianos, Deeds of LaAd, &c. Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Crossland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Bet\vM| Caitley Vale and...

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LOAN FOR THE CRESCENT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

LOAN FOR THE CRESCENT The town clerk (Mr. Geo. Davis) reported to Fairfield Council on Tuesday night:-"With the approval of the Mayor, I called on the State Superannuation Board for the pur pose of ascertaining: the prospects of getting a further loan of £7000 for the re-construction of the road way and western pathway of that portion of The Crescent, between Hamilton Road and Smithfield-st. I have been given to understand that the loan will be made available at 6 per cent for 16 years, the money to be advanced £2000 in (Tune, £2000 in July, anl £3000 in August There is no hope' of getting.a loan of £7000 for a period in excess of 7 years, nor for less than 6 per cent. The usual resolution will need to be passed.-Received.

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DANGER OF SCRUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

DANGER OF SCRUB. At Tuesday's meeting of Fail field Council the town clerk report ed that he had inspected areas covered by scrub in the more popu lous areas of Fairfield, and recom mended that notice be served on owners to have same cleared within one month. There was considerable danger from fire, and the scrub afforded an excellent screen for disposal of rubbish,-Referred to general purposes committee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

NOTICE. The Premiership competition of S.D.R.C.A. concluded last Saturday. Next Saturday another competition of one round will commence. This competition will be divided in two divisions, and each match will be of two days' duration, working, on the home-and-home system. Competing clubs may register new. members at 1/ each, such registrations to be in the hands of association secretary no later than next Saturday, March 2. This competition will be govern ed by standing xUlfeB of association. The finals of Premiership will be played at conclusion of No. 2 compet ition. At the executive meetings held on February 10 and 21, the following resolutions were passed,'-"That the protest lodged agfinst Glenfield by LansdoWne C.C. be dismissed on the grounds that, in the opinion of the executive committer, Glenfield did not bat a substitute." "That Weth erilt Park be granted 4 points in Gampbelltown v Wetherlll Park match on January 19 and 21."

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BEST PERFORMANCES. A. GRADE. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

BEST PERFORMANCES. A. GRADE. Babtins. L. Randell, Liverpool 123 S. Buckland, St. John's 72 J. Bruce, Ingleburn 39 Bowling. A. Graham, Ingleburn, .. 3/18 B. Allen, Guildford ...... 2/8 B. GRADE Batting. F. Stone, Cabramatta, n.o. .. 55 E. Preston, Lansdowne, n.o. .. 55 W. Laws. Ionic, 24 W. Bland, Ingleburn 22 Bowling C. Hartley, Canley Vale, 6/16, 5/30 R. Learmonth, Fairfield Jun. 6/17 J. Davidson, Lansdowne . . 6/33 W. Hartley, Canley Vale, .. 5/50 A. McNamara, Cabramatta, 4/19 F. Gibb, Lansdowne, .. .. 4/24

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B. GRADE 1st Division. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v INGLE BURN. Played at Fairfield Oval. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

B. GRADE 1st Division. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v INGLE BURN. Played at Fairfield Oval. First Innings 72 Second Innings. R. McNamara, b Learmonth .. 2 T. Connell, c Sharpe, b Learmonth 6 J. Bulluss, c Barrett, b Lear month 3 J. McNamara, c Bowtell, b Ass mussen 22 J. Bland, lbw., lj Barnes .. .. 22 A. McQveen, run out 2 J. Palmer, b Learmonth 17 J. Hopping, b Learmonth .... 4 J. Stanford, b Barnes 3 A. Sindel, c and b Learmonth .. 0 W. Allen, not out 0 Sundries 4 Total 86 Bowling: R. Learmonth 6/17, W. Barrett 0/22. A. Barnes 2/28, -W. Assmusgen 1/18. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. First Innings 170 Faii-field Juniors won outright by an inning's and 13 runs.

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A. GRADE INGLEBURN A. v GUILDFORD A. Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

A. GRADE INGLEBURN A. v GUILDFORD A. Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN-1st Innings. h. Williams, lbw., b Webb .. .. 10 E. White, b Cook 1 J. Bruce, c Evenden, b McPherson 39 W. Qlarke, b Allen 6 H. Mftrgan, b Evenden 3 A. Rothwell, b Evenden 1 A. Sherack, c Gough, b Thompson 17 L. Jackson, c Cook, b McPherson 2 J. Clarke, not out 0 Sundries 8 Total 92 Bowling: A. Webb 1/17, J. Cook 2/9, B. Allen 1/26, P. Thompson 1/14, R. Evenden 2/6, C. Williams 0/7, W. McPherson 2/6. GUILDFORD-1st Innings. A. Webb, absent 18 J. Cook, lbw., b Graham .... 1 C. Williams, c Williams, b Mor gan . . . 1 R. Fraser, c Sherack, b White .. 17 S. Bell, c W. Clarke, b Williams 0 B. Allen, c Rothwell, b Graham 22 J. Mealia b E. Clarke 14 W, McPherson, b Graham .... 0 P. Thompson, c Graham b Jack son *4 J. Gough, not out 3 R. Evenden, c Morgan, b Roth well 8 Sundries 9 Total 97 Bowling: E. Clarke 1/22, H. Mor gan 1/28, L. Williams 1/6, E. White 1/10, A. Grahamt 3/18, L. Jackson 1/2, A. Rothwell 1/2. INGLEBURN-2nd ...

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B. GRADE 2nd Division. LANSDOWNE v IONIC. Played at Lansdowne. IONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

B. GRADE 2nd Divition. LANSDOWNE v IONIC. - -Played at Lansdowne. IONIC. First Innings 76 Second Innings. R. Baxter, c E. Preston, R. Han cock 1 W. Laws, c G .Gibb, b F. Gibb 24 J. Anthony, c E. Preston, b J. Davidson, snr 4 E. Upton, c E. Brooker, J. David son 0 R Horn, b J. Davidson .... 6 W. Baxter, b F. Gibb 9 E. Clark, c Ghioni, b J. Davidson fl R. Gate, c Coyle, b F. Gibb .. 13 L. Baxter, stpd., Ghioni, b F. Gibb 4 R. Thompson, c Preston, b David son 0 M. Soult, not out 6 Sundries 13 Total 89 Bowling': J. Davidson 5/33, R. Hancock 1/19, F. Gibb 4/24. LANSDOWNE. First Innings 70 Second Innings. W. Hancock, c W. Laws 0 F. Ghioni, c Laws 0 E. Brooker, b Laws 9 E. Preston,- not out 55 J. Davidson, jm*., b Laws .... 8 F. Gibb, b E. Uptgn 10 J. Davidson, snr., b Upton .... 0 F Coyle, not out 13 Sundries Z Six wickets for 97 Bowling: R. Baxter 0/39, W. Laws 4/39, E. Upton 2/10, R. Horn 0/5. Won outfight by Lansdowne by 4 wickets and 2 runs.

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CABRAMATTA v FAIRFIELD WEST. Played at Cabramatta. FAIRFIELD WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

CABRAMATTA v FAIRFIELD WEST. Played at Cabramatta. FAIRFIELD WEST. First Innings 81 Sedond Innings. A. Craig, c Noonan, b A. Mc Namara ,. 7 V. Bennett, c A. McNamara, b Noonan 1 H. Mapper, lbw., b Chalmers .. 4 S. Thorpe, c Bate, b Noonan .. 2 C. Johnson, c James, b A. Mc Namara .. 3 H. Godfrey, c A. McNamara, b Noonan 0 C. Craig, b A. McNamara \ 0*. H. Bull.'c and.b A. McNamara 6 A. Oakes, c Jones, jb Chalmers 49 R. Watts, not out 64 Sundries 11 Total 68 Bowling: A. McNamara 4/19, V. , Noonan 3/16, D. Chalmers 2/13. . CABBAMATTA. First Innings 66 Second Innings. D. Chalmers, c Oakes, b Bull 13 V. Noonan, b C. Craig 10 F. Stone, not out 5ft J. Ellis, not out 1 Sundries 6 Two wickets for '84 H. Bull 1/34, C. Craig 1/30, H. Godfrey 0/15. Won by Cabramatta, by 8 wickets and 10 runs. CANLEY VALE v GUILDFORD U. Played at Canley Vale. GUILDFORD-1st Innings. T. Bell, b W. Hartley .. .... 10 F. Gough, b C. Hartley 1 J. Davis, b C. Hartley 2 T. Williams, b C. Hartley .... 5 B. Morpuss, c sub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

DIED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, K ** SSfc-* Sale! Sale! r- .' i OUR ENDOF-SEASON SALE ENDS TO-DAY (SATURDAY). »t©f ten per cent. (2/ in £) on ail pur i^ jn addition to pur. usual. Discount,. of ipons. DRAStiC REDUCTIONS ON MILLINERY - OUT THEY <30.-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. **reduced, and, as our stocks are well known for GOOD QETALITY and KEEN PRICES, they are Genuine Bargains. 3 FLANNELETTES and OSMANETTES in abundance. 5 Lay in Stocks fowwinter needs. !i. HOSIERY for Men, Women and Children-every pair guaranteed. LADIES' RAINPROOF COATS, Guaranteed waterproof, well under City Prices. * Dark Grey /and Natural FLANNEL, Extra Good Qualities. DRESS GOODS of ievery description: Silks, Voiles and Flannels. SAVE FARES, TIME and Energy and shop with us. PHONE, LIV. 301 Mi Men's .Working Boots (STRON.G AND RELIABLE) KEENLY PRICED AT E.LD0WNES' NEW BOOT PALACE (NE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

NEAT FOOTWEAR is assured when supplied by COLECHIN'S, The Cres cent, Fairfield.

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CRICKET NEWS FINAL COMPETITION TABLE FOR PREMIERSHIP. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

CRICKET NEWS PINAL COMPETITION TABLE FOR PREMIERSHIP. " A. GRADE. Liverpool ,, 27 Guildford .. 23 Ingleburn 18 St John's Park 6 Campbolltown 6 B. GRIDE 1st DIIVISION. Fairfield Juniors 37 Cabr&matta 29 Fairfield West 21 Canley Vale 19 Guildford 13 Ingleburn 1 B. GRADE 2nd DIVISION. Wetheriil Park 29 Lansdowne 28 Ionic 25 Gienfield 18 Liverpool 11 Campbelltown 8 Fixtures for Saturday 2nd and 9th. March, 1929. 1st Division. Liverpool A. v Guildford A. Lansdowne, v Fairfield Juniors. Ionic v Ingleburn A. 2nd Division. Canley Vale v Ivy Leaves. Ingleburn 3B. v Glenfield. Cabramatta v Guildford B. Liverpool B. a bye. All matches will be played on the first mentioned ground on the first day and reverse ground for 2nd day.

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