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

CHILDREN'S Shoes in grett variety «t Colechin'*! The Crescent Fairfield.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

TEN SHILLINGS' WORTH OF GROC1 PER WEEK. ' '. K-U . . IN THE' FOUNTION FLOUR COMPETirfoils® ! SDN BY THE ' $ Rural OPP. STATION FAIRFIELD WINNING No. FOR WEEK ENDED FEB. 23 580 CONDITIONS Ten Shilling! Worth of Grocerie* will be Glren etch wwk' for Ffittr Weelci Commencing Monday, February 11th., to tlie Holder of Til Lucky Number Each Week in Our Fountain Flour Competition. Every Purchaser of Packet of Fountain Flour will Receive . DmU' cred Coupon. . Each Week a Number will be Selected and the Holder of'Coupon vrith Corresponding Number will be Entitled to 1^/ Worth of Groceriei Free or Charge.. *Re.ult. will be Adverti.ed in "Hie Bis" Each Week.'5 6|dPKT. 6£d PKT. DO YOUR EYES TROUBLE YOJJ EYESIGHT EXAMINED BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED GLASSES PITTED . OPTICAL REPAIRS Work Guaranteed Make an Appointment Now , JOHN BOOKALLIL, M. P. S., PH. C" (By Exam, Syd. Univ.) CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN Phone Liv. 254. Opp. Railway, FAIRFIELD. REDUCTION SALE TANNER'S Genuine Sale of Mercery OWING TO HEAV...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brief pars from Holroyd [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

Brief pars from Holroyd At its last meeting Holroyd Coun cil approved of O'Neill's subdivision at Guildford. Council is considering the re newal of certain bridges in Guild ford Road,, at the suggestion of the works overseer. At a previous meeting the over seer was asked to explain the "ex cessive wear" in Dunmore-st He rt-ported at last meeting that the trouble was the street had not been iRumtained. There was a vote for this street last year, but the order for the work was never issued. Un der the loan agreement £1600 should be provided this j»oar for maintenance of loan works. The explanation was received. The Council approved of build ing applications totalling £26,888, including two new shops at Merry lands costing £2000, and several houses at Guildford and Merrylands. Registration was granted for 19 dairies within the municipality, and licenses to 23 milk vendors Three cases of scarlet fever were notified-al! from Merrylands. Eight barbers' ' licenses were granted. The inspect...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Small Poultry Keeper. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

Hie Small Poultry Keeper. James Hadlington ) The extent to which the Market ing Act, insofar as it affects the small poultry keeper, is being misin terpreted and misunderstood is shown by the number of callers at the Egg Marketing Board's office, Daking House. These misunder standings appear to be the result of local gossip, and the quasi informa tion, thus conveyed, leads to all sorts of interpretations being placed upon it. This is giving rise to un easiness, which should not exist. Many curious notions might be cited to show the fantastic ideas that are in circulation.. One is that the number of birds kept by small poultrykeepers is to be re stricted; another to the effect that they will not be allowed to sell their eggs to whom they please; and yet another which affects commercial poutry farmers is that sole agencies will be created by the board to ?which farmers will be forced to send their eggs. Seeing that each of these actions would be opposed to commonsonse, they should not...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTENDING ELECTRIC SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

EXTENDING ELECTRIC SERVICE At a special meeting of the Cabra Vale Council, held last week, it was decided, on the, suggestion of the elcctri<»l. engineer, to proceed with the amplification of Cabra Hill Estate, for,' the purpose of provid ing electric current to residents in that ouarter. The cost is estimated at £176.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

SATISFACTION, Comfort, and Good service are points in Footwear from COLECHIN'S, The Crescent, Fairfield.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson, Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). INSTALLING THE RECEIVER IN YOUR HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson, Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). INSTALLING THE RECEIVER IN YOUR HOME. Now, let us assume that you have erected your aerial. Place the re ceiver as near as possible to where the aerial lead-in enters the room, and then fit your valveB in their proper placeB. You now have a filament lighting battery, whether it be dry cell or accumulator, and often called the "A" Lattery It Bhould then be connected up to the receiver, being careful that the and "-" terminals of the battery go to their respective "A-|-" and "A-" term inals on the receiver. The positive enninal of the "A" battery is eith er marked "-J-" or else it is painted red. The set is now switched on to make certain that the valves are O.K. Next connect up the bias or "C" battery, if used (as every set don't UBC one)« and finally the high tension battery, or often called "B" battery. In both cases great care must be taken to see that these batteries are connected up right way round; th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

MEN'S WHITE CANVAS LACE SHOES, crepe soles, from 5/11. COLECHIN'S. The Cresccnt, FAIR FIELD. FAIRFIELD SCHOOL OF ARTS Support Your Local Institute All Sorts of Gaines Billiards, Cards, Draughts, Chess, Dominoes, Etc. Up-to-date Library Subscription Gents, 2/6 Quarter; Ladies, 2/6 Widows, Wives and Daughters of Members 1 /6 per quarter H. L. GIBB, President A. D. HODGINS, Sec.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

Radio and Electric Supplies it FROM A NEEDLE TO AN ANCHOR. ANY MAKE, SIZE, TYPE OR PRICE IN RADIO OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. Always fresh stocks of Dry Batteries for Torches. Radio and numerous other requirements on hand. AH makes of Irons, including the Wonderful "Sinteam." "Bearh," "Hotpoint," "Hecla," "Gurney," ctc., Stoves and Ranges. "Dux" Bath and Tap Heater, Rapid Jugs, Kett!es eta. "Udisco" all Electric, Semi-Electric and "Aster'" shielded Radio Receivers, together with any other make. It will be to your benefit to call and inspect, or Phone Li v. 3205 or write and I will attend to your requirements. Let me install the Light or Power in your home. M. WILSON WARE ST., FAIRFIELD LICENSED RADIO AND ELECTRICAL CONTRATOR. MORE THAN A TRINKET OR SOME "SWEET" THING SOON FORGOTTEN. THE GUARANTEED IRON THIS PRACTICAL GIFT WILL SHOW THAT YOU HAD YEARS OF HER HAPPINESS IN MIND. The neatest, worthiest little ease you ever saw, of fireproof, Blue Art Steel. A gift Sunbeam gleams its greet...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

THE NEW "ASTOR" RADIO Extracts from the makers of the new "Astor" 6-Valve set now on view at M. WILSON'S Radio Stores, Ware-St., Fairfield H.T. BATTERIES.-2 Batteries supplied, viz., 1 heavy duty 60 volt, 1 heavy duty 45, volt,-total 102 volts. This is correct voltage and should not be exceeded. H. BATTERY-Total consumption .4 amps. VALVES-5 valves of the .06 type, and one of the .1 amp. typo 6 volt-total 6 valves. CABINET-Wood Cabinet. The Batteries arc self-contained. RECEPTION-With one or two exceptions, where reception is particu larly bad we guarantee INTERSTATE daylight reception; in any case the set is supplied on this condition irrespective of locality, and should it not do it <we will take the set back. Tuning.-This is absolutely one control, the only other 2 being "on" and "off" switch and volume control. There arc no other subsidiary controls, either inside or outside the receiver, and furthermore there are only 1 aerial and 1 earth terminal. For long. distance...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 March 1929

J.I.J "11- JJiJ t -.1111 GUILDFORD. PERSONAL. Mrs. N. J. O'Neil, her daughter Josle, and son "Mick," intend to leave early in March on a motor trip to Sungendore. Dr. Hunt has returned from a well-earned holiday. Rev. Mr. Parsons (G. of E.) spent a well-earned holiday at Manly. He is now back at Guildford. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ' The Guildford Progress Associ ation is keen on the installation of a White Way on the Holroyd side of the Municipality. At a meeting a few nights ago, there was a good at tendance <?f members. Mr. Tamplin presided. Aid. Bacon and Warnock were amongst the number present. On the motion of Messrs. Blak? and Warnock* strongly supported by the Mayor, it was decided to co operate with the Chamber of Com merce in achieving this objective. . The sum of £44 is required. Messrs. Blake-and Webb have been deputed .to receive donations. It is under stood that one of two business men have promised donations of £5 each. Mr. O'Neii has kindly offered the Use of ...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAMAGEGD A MOTOR CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

DAMAGEGD A MOTOR CAR In reply to a question by Aid, Raibow on Tuesday night, Aid. Bac on (Mayor of Holroyd Council) promised to look into the matter of repairs to St. John's-st., Merry lands. Aid. Rainbow said a car got bogged there and was damaged in getting it out. The street was so bad that it should either be made trafficable or barricaded.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

PECULIAR CASE. In a letter to Holroyd Council C. J. Peterson complained of boys and others removing stone and metal from the newly constructed Carring ton Rd. The inspector reported that the overseer went there, ai\d found that the only displaced metal he could discover was in the writer's own gateway. So the letter was simply received. Mr. A. H. Shipley, Holroyd's sani tary contractor, has sold out, subject to council approving of the new buy ers-Messrs. Goodsell Bros. The finance committee is dealing with the request for approval*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RATS AS BIG AS DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

RATS AS BIG AS DOGS. A Merrylandt Nuisance. A rubbish tip at Merrylands is causing the Holroyd Council con cern. On Tuesday night, H. Cas sidy wrote bringing under notice the condition of footpath and gutter at corner of Pitt and Crimea streets. Two drain pipes on the edge of foot path have fallen in, and arc a dang er to the public. He also brought under notice the bad condition of the rubbish tip on adacent paddick. Metropolitan Officer of Health ad vised that a complaint had been re ceived relating to a serious muisance caused by uncovered garbage at the corner of Pitt Rd. and Banke-st., and asked that the matter be attend ed to and the nuisance abated forth with. After discussion Aid. Jones and Brett moved that the owners of the land be asked to abate the nuisance Council was not sure whether the Lands Department or the Water Board controls the site. The motion was carried. Aid. Jones said there were rats at the tip "as big as dogs." "This matter is a long standing trouble and v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIP TO JENOLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

TRIP TO JENOLAN. On Saturday and Sunday last a party of Fairfield sports had a great trip to Jenolan Caves, in S Money's Hudson coach. There were in the party Messrs. Torry Edwards, Teddy Upton, Stewart, Connolly and others. They had some unique experiences, and made many discoveries. An im portant find was that one was a wonderful cook, especially with sausages. One chap trod on a stone that wasn't there an<} had an im promtue dip. Another went back, to school days and drew a map on a cigarette paper, at midnight, under the twinkling stars. But the follow who drank all the tea had the best fun of all. Anyhow, they say the outing was the "best ever," and will have many hours of pleasure talking it over.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

DEATH. BARCLEM-At District Hospital Liverpool, Feb. 26, 1929, aged 77 years, Joseph Barclem dearly be loved husband of Alice Barclem. -At rest IN MEMORIAM. SMITH-In loving memory of our dear son and brother Roy, who departed this life March IX, 1919. Inserted by his loving parents brother and siBters.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MUCH EXAGGERAED." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

"MUCH EXAGGERAED." Writing to Holroyd Council on Tuesday night M. Dunn complained of great nuisance from drainage next door, and also complained of ducks. "I inspected to-day, and find the complaint much exaggerated. The principal trouble Is caused through . the wet weather we have recently experienced, and the seepage down the hill of Burface water. The premises complained about I found in a very cleanly state considering the weather, and there is nothing for .the council to do in the matter at present." reported the inspector. The letter was received.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAD STATE OF DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

BAD STATE OF DEPOT. The Health Inspector of Fairfield Council drew attention to the bad state of the sanitary depot in wet weather.-Aid. Stimson said they had been told when the depot was opened by the late council what a great economy it would be, but it had cost about £500, and now an other £100 or so was required to make the road trafficable.-It was referred to the general purposes committee.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. JOHN'S PARK. SCHOOL OF ARTS EUCHRE AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

ST. JOHN'S PARK. SCHOOL OF ARTS EUCHRE AND DANCE. On Saturday last the St. John's Park School of Arte was oemfort ably crowdcd. Mrs. Young's orches tra, and Mr. Walter Millcn as M.C., gave the dancers every satisfaction. Mrs. Gilbert won the chocolates. Mr. Gill managed the euchre room, and there was goodwill, with very keen playing. "Mr. Wright won the gent's scagrass chair with 17 games, and Mrs. Blakey, of Cabra matta, with 16 games, won the ladies', seagrass chair. Mrs. Key's, with 15 games, won a white and gold china tea set, and Mrs. Haylock, with 14 games, won a set of blue and gold china jugs. Miss G. Thomas, for 4th prize, won a fancy milk jug Mr. Anstead, with 16 games, won a set of three carvers, and Mr. A. Rear don with 14 games, a pair of carvers. Mr. Charlie Meadows won a xonite and silver butter kife and jam speen. * Next Saturday another popular euchre and dance will be run with sea grass chairs, as prizes, of good value. ? On March 30, the Easter ball will be the at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOAN OF ARC. The Secret of Her Power. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

JOAN OF ARC. The Secret of Her Power. The daily press has been teiiing of the commemoration of theSOOth Anniversary of the raising of the siege of Orleans by Joan of Arc. Vaucouleurs, the Torraine village whence she started on her historic journey to China to meet the Dau phin, is naturally the centre of the celebrations. The dauntless spirit of the maid, who in the face of tremendous diffi culties succeeded in winning battles for her beloved France when men schooled in the art of warfare had failed, fills us with admiration and respect. To one who had questioned her about the secret of her power over the rough soldiers, Joan replied: "I tell my men to go in boldly against the English, and then go in boldly myself." The truth is that only thus can any battle be fought successfully. To stand aloof from life's more ex acting requirements, and merely point the way for others, is to shirk one's plain duty. The secret of power to help and inspire others lies in the ability to "go in bold...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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