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S.D. Boy Scouts Association FIFTH ANNUAL SWIMMING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

S.D. Boy Scouts Association FIFTH ANNUAL SWIMMING CARNIVAL Thanks to the kindness of Mr. Croudace in lending his* pleasure grounds for the occasion, the scouts of the Near Southern District were enable to hold their swimming carni valc at Carramar, on March 2, when the Hannaford Cup was again com peted for. The morning was showery, and anxious eyes watched the sky; but the weather was kind in the after noon, and the sun shone, and al though the water "surged muddy and brown," owing the recent heavy rains, keenly contested races were lost and won, by the members of the five troops, who were competing, amidst wild applause from friends, young and old. Diving competitions followed the racing, some of our youngest Wolf Cubs making a good show in this. Second Fairfield gave a good account of itself in the early part of the afternoon, but Camden's Rovers came well ahead in the open events, and they carried off the coveted cup, Which was presented by Mr. Hannaford with a few suit able word...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

TENNIS SEASON'S FIXTURES. The following 1B the draw for the Fairfield and District Hard Courts Tennis Association: A GRADE. March 16. Ascot v Hillcrest Cooringa 1 v Amid. Swannell v Glenroy. Dallarnil v Cooringa 2. March 23. Amici v Ascot. Hillcreat v Cooringa 1. Cooringa 2 v Swannell. Glenroy v Dallarnil April 6. Ascot v Cooringa 2. Swannell v HiUcrest. Coortnga 1 v Glenroy. Dallarnil v Amid. April 13. Glenroy v Ascot. Cooringa 2 v Cooringa 1. HiUcrest v Dallarnil. Amid v Swannell April 20. Ascot v Cooringa 1. Cooringa 2 v HiUcrest Amici v Glenroy. Swannell v Dallarnil. April 27. Dallarnil v Ascot. HiUcrest v Amici. Cooringa 1 v Swannell Glenroy v Cooringa 2. May 4. Ascot v Swannell. Hillcrest v Glenroy. Cooringa 1 v Dallarnil. Amici v Cooringa 2. B. GRADE-1st Division March 16 Wanearoa 1 v Allendale 1. , Clarinda v Guildford Methodist. Mavis v Monitor. Hillcrest v Florentyne. Neidpah v Bye. March 23. Guildford Methodist v Wangaroa 1. Allendale 1 v HiUcrest Monitor v Clarinda. Flor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

:GON BALTIC Phone UW 9098. :.' WE STOCK AND DELIVER ON THE JOB EVERY KIND OF TIMBER GROWN. V and Specialise in CYPRESS PINE White Ant and Borer-Proof, and All Australian Timbers We have our own Sawmills in the Bush. We can give you thevery best Q UALITY, PRICE tand ATTENTION. Come and have a Look for Yourself, and get a Quote. The Cypress Pine Co,. - Cittiber merchants - PitBt., Phone UW 9098. H. L. MILNE, Proprietor yU-/ Lime and dement BRICKS, SAND, ASHES F1BRO CEMENT SHEETS, WATERPIPE AND FITTINGS, GALV. IRON FENCING WIRE, WIRE NETTING, WIRE GATES AND FENCES, FER TILISERS, PAINTS, OILS AND COLOURS, WHITELEAD, BRUSH WARE, DRAIN PIPES, GREASE TRAPS. AND ALL KINDS BUILDERS HARDWARE ,AND TOOLS AT LOWEST PRICES. V STOVES, BATHS, SINKS, TUBS, COPPERS. V . WE DELIVER GET OUR PRICES GEORGE ST1MSON & SON CANLEY VALE PHONE: LIV. 68 MOTORISTS, THIB CONCERNS YOU t S. H. GEE, MOTOR ENGINEER. PARK ROAD CABRAMATTA . is ready to help you with all your Mechanical Troubles. Having had 17 y...

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SUCCESSFUL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

SUCCESSFUL SALE. Mr. A. J. Selke reports having conducted a very successful sale at Cabramatta on Saturday last, on behalf of Mr. J. Henson. There was a good attendance, and all lineB were cleared at satisfactory prices. Buy ers are advised to look out for his further announcements. More chairs are to be provided at Fairfield Council Chambers. If "The fiiy Newiptper «oit« yon, recommend <tt to your (rindi.

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LIVERPOOL DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

LIVERPOOL DRUIDS. The above lodge held another suc cessful dance on Tuesday, February 26. There was a very fine attend ance, forty couples being on the floor. The music was supplied by the ever popular Mrs. Michan's band. The lodges represented were; No. 10 R.A.C., Cabra-Vale; Freedom, Par ramatta; Native Rose (ladies) and Liberty Plains. During an interval, a very fine presentation was made. P.A. Bro. R. Martin introduced P.A.P.S. Bro. Sivyer, who made the presentation to V.A.B. Sister Stephen, who was leaving for France on February 27. The present was a beautiful morocco hand bag. Bro. Sivyer spoke high ly of Sister Stephen for the services she had rendered Iiverpool Lodge, and wished her son, J.H.F.P. Steph en, and herself a safe voyage home. Sister Stephen suitably responded. The happy gathering then joined in singing "for she's a jolly good fellow." and three cheers for luck. The national anthem brought the gathering to a close at midnight.

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BROADCASTING. THE HIGH TENSION BATTERY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

BROADCASTING, (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). THE HIGH TENSION BATTERY The majority of listeners use dry cell H.T. batteries in preference to the accumulator type. Dry H.T. batteries require practically no at tention. However, when possible they should be kept in a cool, dry place, as under these conditions they have a longer life. Small type H.T. batteries, whilst being very satis factory for one and two valve sets., are not economical, for three, four or five valve sets, it being far cheap er to use the heavy duty type for all Bets employing three valves or over. Admittedly, they are double the cost of the smaller batteries, but they lost more than twice as long The H.T. battery need not be dis carded until signals are too weak to receive in comfort, or until un pleasent noises develop in the loud speaker. Do not confound these noises with static. The best test is to disconnect the aerial, and if the noises still continue the trouble may be put down...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEVISION COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

TELEVISION COMING. The next two or three years promise revolutionary developments in radio. Already telepictures are an accomplished fact and have reach ed the commercial stage' Each day the leading: London pic torial papers publish illustrations sent from New York of the previous day's events and it is only weeks ago that, it having been announced that Helen Wills, the tennis player had become engaged in California, the London papers interviewed her by telephone across an ocean and a continent jointly 6000 miles wide and illustrated the interview with a photograph of the happy pair which had been sent "on the air." The London "Daily Telegraph" sends a regular daily series of pic tures to Atlantic liners at sea and Dr. Lee de Forest, one of the per fected of the ordinary wireless valve, has expressed the opinion that 1929 will be a television year and that be fore 1930 "practical television sets, at prices within reach of the majority of wireless users," will be available, while sim...

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ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

ANNUAL PICNIC. The Merrylands Sports Club's an nual picnic, for members, wives and children, held at "The Junction" on Sunday last, was an outstanding event of the club's history. Weath er conditions were ideal, and the spot chosen lent itself to the pur pose. Many members used their cars, to convey the womenfolk to the scene, while. three buses were engaged. The time was spent in games and athletic events.

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"EXPECTED SOMETHING BETTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

'EXPECTED SOMETHING BETTER." G. Andrews, Mary-st., Merrylands complained to Holroyd Council about the disgraceful electric light ser vice. Ever since being connected, there has been continual stoppages on his section. He expected better service with the advent of the new council.-The engineer was instruct ed to report on tho matter.

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EJECTMENT ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

EJECTMENT ORDER. At Liverpool Police Court on Thursday, Charles Dean Collins, reprsenting Slack and Co., Parra matta, applied against John McCart ney for an ejectment from a cottage at Fairfield. Collins said McCartney lived in Butler's cottage, at 'Fairfield, and received notice to quit on December 17. Since . then 6/ had been paid off the arrears; but no rent for the period since. McCartney owed £24/4 up to date of notice. The P.M. issued a warrant for possession by the landlord, from March 15, and ending March 22. Defendant to pay 8/ costs.

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MOSQUITO REDUCTION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

MOSQUITO REDUCTION CONFERENCE. At the Council Chamber, Sydney Town Hall, on Friday, April 8, a a conference will be held for the pur pose of considering ways and means of reducing the hordes of mosquitoes in Metropolitan areas. Holroyd Council has appointed its health officer, Mr. Heigh, and Aid. Rainbow to attend.

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FOUND IN RIVER. STOLEN BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

FOUND IN RIVER. STOLEN BAG. On January 27, Mr. E. A. Burnett and party, of Five Dock, came to Car ramar pieknicking. They engaged a boat, left their bags at one of the sheds. On their return the bags were missing. They contained jew ellery and other articles valued at £10. All efforts to trace the missing property proved fruitless, until Thursday, when Mr. Carter, boat shed proprietor, of Canley Vale, and Constable Clark, of Fairfield, found the bag in the river, about 8 miles downstream, from Fairfield. The bag had been half filled with blue metal to make it sink; but it was found at low tide against a tree trunk in the river. The fortnightly euchre party will be held at Cabramatta Town Hall on Thursday night next. Six good prizes; admission 1/3. ,

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COUNCIL'S OFFICERS CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

COUNCIL'S OFFICERS CRITICISED. A Holroyd ratepayer, B. Dillson, wrote to the Council on Tuesday night complaining of work on Gilba Rd. and Targo Rd., and streets made in Collins' Estate, without per mission, and now requiring attention. He also complained of nuisance caus ed by poultry farms, and made a general complaint of neglected work by officers of council.-The council referred these matters to the works committee for investigation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

^ ? 1 * :%iv« 104. 'Phone: Liv. 104, J wx moti i GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. £ ST, JOHN'S EOAD CANLEY VALE. i . . « i.A . 1Ep and item Sydney Daily. Prompt Attention to ail Orders. I ! ' PRICES REASONABLE. | CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. . . ,±WSil I ^ ? The YeHowHouse AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE ~ ' Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter's lee v HimTTongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, ind Ci{inttei; Billycans, and Battling Costumes A. M.P. Society, Cabramatta-Liverpool District S. C. JONES, Proprietor '?? HUGH MURPHY SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL Auctioneer and Valuator Jfagil £staie and Commission Agent fum for Sale and To Let in die Liverpool District Rents Collected Jfejp&ionet liv. 264 <. > t Telephone: Liv. 284 AGE$nnSFOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE I HARRY GODFREY EJVt STOREKEEPER FAIRFIERLD WEST rilipport your Local Store and increase the value of your own prope...

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METHODIST SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

, METHODIST SERVICES. Next Sunday's services at Cabra» matta, Smithfield and Fairfield will be conducted in the morning, after noon and evening respectively by Rev. Stanley M. Barrett, L. Th., Sup erintendnt of the Barraba Circuit. Mr. Barrett is to be oVdained into the full ministry of the Methodist Church at the conference ordination service next Friday evening, in the old BouHce-sfc. Church. He has had a very successful course as a student. He received his training at Leigh College, where he spent three years under the tuition of Principal Bennett. For the past two years he saue^daaae qaniti qjiA paittoq«{ SBtr at Barraba. He. is just the "type of a preacher the young' people delight to hear.

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B. GRADE 1st Division, FAIRFIELD JUNIORS [?] LANSDOWNE. Played at Lansdowne. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS—1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

B. GRADE 1st Dmiion, FAIRFIELD JUNIORS ? LANS DOWNE. Played at Lansdowne. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS-1st Innings R. Learmonth, b RowBell .... 4 E. Corby, b J. Davidson, sen., 1 W. Assmussen, lbw.,b Rowsell 8 W. Barrett, E. W. Hancock, b Rowsell 37 N. Bowtell, b Rowsell 0 H. Ball, c G. Gibbs, b David son, snr. 8 Jim Stewart, b Davidson .... 1 0. DouglaB, run out, 9 Jack Stewart, c Armstrong, b Davidson 43 A. Barnes, c Davidson, snr., Rowsell 14 A. Barrett not out 6 Sundries 15 Total 146 Bowling: J. Davidson, snr., 3/47, K. Rowsell 5/44, F. Gibbs 0/24, F. Coyle 0/14, J. Davidson, jnr. 1/0. LANSDOWNE-1st Inning?. J. Davidson, b Barnes .... 1 F. Coyle, b Barnes 23 K. Rowsell, b Barnes 0 E. Preston, c Learmonth, b Barnes 0 . Davidson, run out 16 F. Gibbs, b Barrett 7 C. Preston, c Bowtell, b Bar rett 9 W. Hancock, not out 7 G. Gibbs, not out 0 Sundries 6 Seven wickets for ' 69 Bowling: R. Learmonth 0/20, A. Barnes 4/19, W. Barrett 2/24. LIVERPOOL v GUILDFORD. Played at Liverpool. GUILDFORD-1st In...

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CRICKET NEWS BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE—1st Division. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

CRICKET NEWS BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE-1st Diviiion. Batting. Jack Stewart, Fairfield Jniors, 43 W. Barrett, JPairfield Jnlors, .. 37 W. Laws, Ionic .34 R. Gates, Ionic, n.o 32 J. Cook, Gunldford ., ,. .. ,. 29 A. Webb, Guildford . . 28 Bowling. E. Clarke, Ingleburn, .. .. 6/83 L. iUndell, Liverpool W49 K. Rowsell, Lansdowne .. .. 6/44 A. Barnes, Fairfield Juniors, 4/19 B. GRADE-2t>4 Divition. Batting. S. Palmers, Canley Vale 118 F. Gough, Guildford, 81 L. Buggy, Guildford, 70 C. Hartley, Canley Vale 57 G. Sindell, Ingleburn, 33 F. Stone, Cabramatta, n.o., .. 32 Bowling W. Hartley, Canley Vale, ., 7/26 C. Hartley, Canley Vale, .. 6/14 S. Palmer, Canley Vale, .... 6/16 R. Jackson, Glenfield, .. .. 6/27 G. Sindell, Ingleburn .. .. 4/16 A. McNamara, Cabramatta, .. 4/44

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SOUTHERN DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION NOTICE TO CLUB SECRETARIES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

SOUTHERN DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION NOTICE TO CLUB SECRETARIES A special general meeting of above association has boen convened for Thursday, March 14, 1929, to deal with Lansdowne C.C's. appeal against Executive's dicision re Lans downe-Glenfield protest. As this matter has a very important bear ing on premiership competition, please see that your delegates at tend. F. V. MILLS, Hon. Sec., S.D.C.A.

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B. GRADE 2nd Division. CABRAMATTA v GUILDFORD "B" Played at Cabramatta. GUILDFORD B.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

B. GRADE 2nd Diviiioa. CABRAMATTA v GUILDFORD "B' Played at Cabramatta. . _ GUILDFORD B.-1st Innings. F. Gough, c Allen, b M. Mc Namara 81 B. Morpuss, b A. McNamara .. 3 J. Davis, c Stone, b Chalmers .. 8 h. Buggy, c Bate, b A. McNamara 70 C. GleeBon, c Stone, b A. Mc Namara 2 F. Allen, b A. McNamara .... 1 S. Buggy, c Ellis, b Stone .... 9 T. Williams, hot out 11 T. Bell, b M. McNamara .... 13 H. Allen, b Breedon 0 Sundries 6 Seven wickets for 207 Bowling: M. McNamara 2/52,A. Mc Namara 4/44, D. Chalmers 1/23, R. Steel 0/17, A. Allen 0/21, A. Bate 0/22, F. Stone 1/12, R. Breedon 1/7. CABRAMATTA-1st Innings I). Chalmers, b L. Buggy .... 8 M. McNamara, c Williams, b Davis o J. Ellis, not out !! 17 F. Stone, not out 1 32 Sundries 0 Two wickets for 69 Bowling: H. Allen 0/7, J. Davis 1/22, L. Buggy 1/14, F .Gough 0/16. INGLEBURN B. * CLENFtELD Playad at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN B.--1st Innings. It. McNamara, c W. Jackson, b R. Jackson 0 J. McNamara, c Buckley, h W. Jackson .. .. 3 E. Harders...

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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Mr. F. C. Switzer, of Canley Road, Fairfield, writes to "TJie Biz" as follows; "Personally, I was hurt by an un sympathetically, flippant par in last week's issue. It said that a certain man urged his tired pony onwards by means of an exploding cracker. Such method amounts to nervous shock, and would, I think, come under the description of "cruelty." Moreover, it would cause an animal to became dangerous. I have seen a few instances of most wretched specimens of harnessed horseflesh in Fairfield. In my travels in Queensland and much of New South Wales. I have not seen anything worse than a one-eyed skin-covered, fleshless frame, which a man was driving harnessed to a sulky a few days ago. I also saw two instances of really well-dressed young women driving barefooted horses that limped sore ly because of shoeless contact with the hard roads."

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