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INSPECTOR RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

INSPECTOR RESIGNS. Mr. D. H. Way, health inspector, tendered his resignation to Fairfield Council on Tuesday night having secured an appointment to the Board of Health, Sydney. The Mayor (Aid. Clancy) had minuted ' the letter, proposing that the resignation be received, and ap plications be called for the pasition. The Mayor said Mr. Way was a very loyal man, always available and ready for requirements, even on holidays. They should give him the best reference possible. He congrat ulated Mr. Way on his appointment, and would like to see a record made of council's appreciation of his ser vices. Aid. Stimson seconded, and said they would be pleased to know that Mr. Way would still be a district resident. The other aldermen endorsed the eulogistic remarks, and the motion was carried, with the alteration that the general purposes committee con sider the filling of the vacancy.

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ST. JOHN'S PARK P. and C. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

ST. JOHN'S j»ARK P. and C. ASSOCIATION. On Friday, February 15, the mem bere of the association attended, at the invitation of the president and vice-presidents, a banquet in the school room. Mr. F. Dixon was in the chair and was supported by Mr. Shaw (vice president) and Mr. Buckland ^treas urer and Mr. Ollis (the secretary). Forty members sat down, at the tables, which had been arranged by Mrs. Shaw, Miss. Allan, and Mrs. White. Mr. Ollis proposed "The P. and G. Association," coupled with the names of the president and vice president, and was ably supported by Mr. Buckland. The company drank their health with musical honors. Messrs. Dixon and Shaw responded. The health of Mr. and Mrs. White was proposed by Mr. Shaw, ably sup ported by Mr. Lock. Mr. White responded, as did also Mrs. White, and received musical honors. 'The Ladies,' proposed by Mr. J. E. Ollis, was responded to by Mrs. Mc gregor and Mrs. Anderson. After which all present made a speech, told a story, or sang a song; ...

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THROWN FROM LORRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

THROWN FROM LORRY. On Sunday afternoon Mr. D. Marts, late of Green Valley, and now of Roseberry, was riding on a motor lorry on the Liverpool Road near Warwick Farm racecourse, when one of the wheels collapsed. The driyer of the lorry steered the machine into a wire fence, in order to avoid collision with another vehicle. The impact as the lorry crashed into the fence threw Mr. Marrs out. He sustained fractured ribs, and con tused wounds to the face. Liver pool Ambulance took the injured man to Liverpool State Hospital, where he received first aid, and was later allowed to go home.

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OBJECTION TO VALUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

OBJECTION TO VALUATION. At Fairfield Council on Tuesday the town clerk reported, re the ob jection by Mr. Bosci to valuation of block of land purchased by council (next Council Chambers*, the mat ter had come before Mr. Justice Pike, who .had valued it at £325, plus £10 for improvements, and ordered .coun cil to pay half of complainant's costs, otter taxation. The owner claimed £425, and the Valuer-Gen eral placed £225 on the land. It was remarked that it would pay the council to place the land on the market for sale. It had been a costly transaction, and was only used as a dump.

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JUDGEMENT FOR RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

JUDGEMENT FOR RATES. The town clerk in a minute report ed to Tuesday night's meeting of Fairfield Council with reference to the collecting of rates through court action. Rates aggregating £3000 had been placed with F. A. Palmer for recovery, and, small debts court judgments had been obtained, but 106 unsatisfied judgments remained, totalling £946. If these were not converted into District Court judg ments council would lose the money, also the costs, about £150.-It was agreed to talce action as indicated.

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TENNIS FAIRFIELD AND DISTRICT HARD COURTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

TENNIS FAIRFIELD AND DISTRICT HARD COURTS ASSOCIATION. The competition committee of the above met on Tuesday night and the following draw resulted: A. GRADE. March 16 Ascot v Hillcrest. Cooringa 1 v Amici. Swannell v Glenroy. Dallarnil v Cooringa 2. B. GRADE-1st Division. March 16. Wangaroa 1 v Allendale 1 Clarinda v Guildford Methodist. Mavis v Monitor. Hillcrest v Florentyne. Neidpah v Bye. B. GRADE-2nd Division. March 16. Sunshine v Wangaroa 2. Ayllendale 2 v The Wattles. Longfield v Rampview. Marleesh v Ascot St. Paul's v Bye. .The full draw will appear in next issue. Any club desirous of having either of the first two matches deferred owing to members going into military camp should immediately communi cite with the secretary, Mr. 0. Schwarzer, Kenyon-st., Fairfield.

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EUCHRE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

EUCHRE WINNERS. The winners at the euchre party held in the Crescent Theatre, Fair field, on Monday last were: Ladies: Mrs. Hill and Mrs Breedon (seagrass chair each), Mrs. Fox (primus stove) Mrs. Fowler (sunshade), Mrs. Cook (manicure set), Mrs. Dwyer (silk stockingB). Gents: Mr. Clarke and Mr. England (seagrass chair each), Mr. D. Worth (silk shirt), Mr. Sparkes (smoker's outfit), Mr. Fowler (set gold plated links), Mr. Marshall (razor). There was an ex cellent attendance, and the affair was well conducted.

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ST. JOHN'S PARK SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

ST. JOHN'S PARK SCHOOL The Parents and Ciizens' Associa tion wish to congratulate the teach ers and staff of the school for its success at the recent examinations. Two pulpis from the school secured, bursaries, viz., Harry Hogan and James Mitchell. When it is consid ered that only twelve bursaries are offered for the large district, and that larger and more important schools only obtained .one each, viz., Liverpool, Cabramatta. and Fairfield, and that St. John's Park wa£ the only school to obtain two, it speaks very highly for St. John's Park,

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MERRYLANDS. "WOOP WOOP" ELECTION At Loyal Merrylands Lodge [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

MERRYLANDS. "WOOP WOOP" ELECTION At Loyal MerryUiuU Lsdp Oi|Thursday night, February 21st. after the lodge business, a mock election was held. The N.G.; Bro. A. Tweedale,, acted as returning officer, Jthe election being for the Municipality of Woop Woop. The candidates were: Bro. G. Cartwrlght, H. Brooks, A. £. Win ter, H. J.- Winter, and G. Reus. The speakers for the various can didates were very humorous, and provoked a great deal of laughter. One promised that, if elected, _ he would save money, by having water and electricity laid on through the same pipe, whilst all of the oth ers made astounding promises. After about an hour of speechifying, -during which the speakers were continually heckled by the "rate payers;" ,a ballot was taken, Bro. Reus being elected. He returned thanks, and a pleasant evening was brought to a close. Next lodge night, March 7, will lie "ladif night," for which a very fine programme is being arranged. MERRYLANDS GROCERY * BUSINESS. On page 1 will be not...

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GRANVILLE BABY'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

GRANVILLE BABY'S DEATH. The bBby son of Mr. and Mrs. Easton, of 21 Hamiltonst., Gran ville, died on Monday morning, shortly after birth. The parents have only been six weeks out from England. THE "RED ROSE." The famous Red Rose aeroplane, which is to' visit Granville for the forthcoming sports, will probably make a preliminary visit on the sec ond day of the show, and will alight with a passenger, on the show ground. PERSONAL. Constable McPhail, of No. 4 sta tion, city, has been transferred to Granville to fill the vacancy caus ed by the retirement of First-class Constable Copas. Mr. W. Soames, well-known in Granville, is a happy man to-day. Last Wednesday his wife presented him with bonny twins-a girl and a boy. The annual meeting of the Gran ville P. and C. Association and elec tion of officers, will take place on the first Wednesday in March. The Methodist Church trustees met on Monday night, and made ar rangements for the anniversary, which takes placc on the last Sun day in May...

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

I | . 'Phone: Liv, 104. 'Phone: Liv. 104. . a ' - C. J GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. ST. JOHN'S ROAD CANLEY VALE. To and from Sydney Daily. Prompt Attention to all Orders. PRICES REASONABLE. 'PHONE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. m The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE Cakes, Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter's Ice Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars «"< Cigarettes; Billycans, and Battling Costumes Agent for A. M. P. Society, Cabramatta-Liverpool District S. C. JONES, Proprietor HUGH MURPHY SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL Auctioneer and Valuator Real Estate and Commission Agent Farms for Sale and To Let in the Liverpool District Rents Collected Telephone: Liv. 284 . * . Telephone: Liv. 284 > AGENTS FOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE I HARRY GODFREY 3JVE STOREKEEPER FAIRFIERLD WEST support your Local Store and increase the value of your own property ALL goo...

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

(slew Year Reductions LARGE CAKES SAND SOAP 3d LARGE BARS LOTUS SOAP Bid BARS GOLDEN FLEECE SOAP ... + Hid GLOBE JELLIES (large) 6 Packcts fofc 1H 21b PACKETS APEX S. R. FLOUR Cd per Packet LARGE BOTTLE MUSTARD PICKLES 8d LAR&E BOTTLE MIXED PICKLES .... 8d BUSHELL'S TEA 2/2 LARGE TINS SALMON lid LARGE TINS APEX CLEANSER 8M TINS NMTLES CREAM, 6oz. 7J<1 TINS NESTLES CREAM, 8oz 1/21 . ORDERS COLLECTED & DELIVERED. PLEASE NOTE J. E. Haworth CASH GROCER. BUSY CORNER, CANLEY VALE. All Classes of Poultry Bought for Cash. Lorry Calls Everywhere Ring. Write, or Call. Phone, UW 9473 L. AI corn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD I have an Up-to-date Clean Stock of Groceries and Stock only the Best Brands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ON DAILY And Orders are Delivered Same Day as Received FULL STOCKS OF PRODUCE, WOOD, COAL, AND COKE H. J. Selke SMART STREET FAIRFIELD THE LIVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT HOUSE AND LAND AGENT Auction Sales...

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OVERDUE ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

OVERDUE ACCOUNTS. In some instances we have not( heard from advertisers in re sponse to our aeeoujits since taking over "The Biz" News paper four months ago. As there is a growing demand on our space, and paper is costly, we shall have to discontinue in serting advts. for which pay ment has not been made.

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Mothering Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

Mothering Sunday English Mother's Day, fourth Sun day in bunt, March 10, 1020; We pte glad to say that this old English Custom Is becoming once again the National Day in honour of Mothers. Last year their Majesties the King and Queen gave their ap proval to the custom. We hope that It will be more widely honoured this year amongst us. There are four main reasons why we should honour the fourth Sunday in Lent, as Moth ering Sunday. (1) Because it is Brit ish and has been observed in the Old Country for hundreds of years; (2) the British mothering Sunday is, as seen from the above, much more ancicnt than the'so-called Mother's Day. kept on the second Sunday in May, which is an American innova tion invented by a woman in Amer ica, whose husband died about 1907; (3) the reason is that the British Day is Scriptural, and got its name from the words of the Epistle read that day, "Jerusalem, which is above is free, which is the Mother of us all (Galahans 4-2C). The fourth reason is that the...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK. "PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM"" Splendid Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

ST. JOHN'S PARK. "PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM" Splendid Entertainment. The large crowd of people who were fortunate enough to witness the staging of "Princess Chrysanthe mum," on Saturday last at St. John's Park, by the St. John'5 Park Musical Society, are loud in their praises of the manner in which the artists performed. The acting and singing were excellent, and from start to finish there was not a dull moment. The artists were: Princess Chrys anthemum (The Emperor's daughter) Mrs. Young; maiden attendants on Princess, Mrs. Myies (Ytim Yum), Miss M. Myles (Du-Du), Miss M. Noonan (Tu-lip) ; Fairy Moonbeam (Princess' good genius), Miss Dor othy Ash; Emperor What-for-whi (merciful (?) monarch), Mr. Norm an Bent; Prince So-True, Mr. Roy Thomas, and Prince So-Sli, Mr. Vin cent Norman (in love with the Prin cess) ; Top-not (Court Chamberlain) Mr. Sam Shepherd; Saucer Eyes (wizard cat) Miss Phyllis Goldthorpe; and sprites of the night, fairies, etc. The stage management, ? scenic effects and...

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CABRAMATTA. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

CABRAMATTA. PRESENTATION. The Ladies' Guild in connection with the Cabramatta G. of England, held a pleasant afternoon in the School Hall on Saturday, February 23 The purpose of the gathering was to say good-bye and wish bon voyage to Mrs. Gilmore, one of' the members, who is returning to Eng land, leaving with her husband and family on Saturday, March 2. The Vicar, on behalf of the Guild, expressed sorrow at losing such a willing helper at all Guild functions, but realised with pleasure that Mrs. Gilmorc was about to enter reunion with her relatives at home. Mrs. Lofts (president^, presented Mrs. Gilmore .with a beautiful prayer book, from the Guild members, and Marjorie Andrews handed the guest a nice bunch of asters. In returning thanks Mrs. Gilmore said her thoughts and good wishes would often be with those she was leaving behind. . Afternoon tea was served and several musical items rendered, and the singing of Auld Lang Syne brougt the gathering to a close. Cabramatta C. of Eng...

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CANLEY VALE. CYCLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

CANLEY VALE. CYCfcE CLUB. The Cycle Club held & dub race of 0 miles on Cabramatta Bond, on Saturday. Thbre was a good attend ance of public and riders. Result:-ft. Anderson (1-20), 20 mins. X sees. 1, F. Kertz (scr.) IS min 4 sees, 2, G. Tear (1-5) 10 mins 9 Bees 3. The fastest unplaced rider was T Knight, 19.10. On Saturday next a race of six miles will be held on the Canley Vale course starting at 3.30 p.m. sharp. ? DRUIDS' DANCE. The Druids Lodge of Cabramatta held a euchre party and dance in the Town Hall on Saturday night. Mrs. Mcehan's orchestra supplied good music; Mr. W. Hawcs acted as M.C., and Mr. Mortimer had charge of the euchre. Prize winners were: Ladies: Mrs. Cowan {Liverpool) 1st, Mrs. A. Blakely 2nd, Mrs. Sherwood 3rd, Mrs. F. Moore 4th. Gents: Mr. Jack Reardon 1st, Mr. Wm. Anstead 2nd, Mr. Geo. Bruce 3rd, Mr. A. Bennett. (Carramar) 4th. Miss Hazel Jenkins won the lucky number prize. CABRA-VALE SANITARY SERVICE. At a spccial meeting of the Cabra Valc Council...

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

THE SCHOOL SHOP SMART-ST.. FAIRFIELD. For the best School Lunchcs, Ilol Pies, Cakes, Sandwiches etc. FRUIT IN SEASON. All school requisites. MRS. G. T.BELL MEN'S SAND SHOES. Crepe Sole, from 6/11-COLECHIN'S, The Cres cent, Fairfield.

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

JOHN BERRY SURGEON DENTIST (By Exam.) Ware street, Fairfield HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday 9 a. m. till 12.30 p.m. Evenings: Tuesday and Friday 7 till 9 PHONE: LIV. 42

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

LADIES-You can buy Shoes in designs and shapes at Colechin'* 1 Crescent, Fairfield.

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