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AGREEMENT WITH BLUE METAL CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

AGREEMENT WITH BLUE METAL CO. The town clerk (Mr. Geo. Davis) placed the following minute before Fairfield oCuncil on Tuesday night: "I have interviewed the manage of Blue Metal Quarries, Ltd., in con nection with the non-execution by that company of the agreement sub mitted by council and covering the supply of electricity to the quarry at Widemere. I was informed by the manager that all through the nego tiations, which were conducted by Mr. Crisp (then electrical engineer) for the council, he had refused pointblank to execute any document which vested the property in the high tension line in the council; that Mr. Crisp was fully apprised of his attitude and that the agreement should not have been finally drawn with the objectionable clause in it. In the light of this information, I have to add that any council which ignores the town clerk in connection with negotiations in such matters seeks trouble."

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HAD TO BE CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

HAD TO BE CARRIED. Aid. Burleigh drew attention at last council meeting to the state of Crown-st, Fairfield. Its state was deplorable. Children living there had been unable to attend school for a fortnight, and one man had had to carry his daughter across to get home from work. People had to go barefott to walk across the roadway. The matter is to be given attention.

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

BE GIVEN AWAY , ?f-v ' a ji BY THE OPP. STATION ^ 4 FAlRFiEU> ?> IN THEIR ? I * V « GREAT MYSTERY COMPETITION GENERAL. CONDITIONS , COMPETITION COMMENCES TUESDAY, MARCH lz/riNISHES APRIL 2. A Numbered Coupon will be given for every Article fcutchasedifchat is Displayed in our Window, which will be dressed on Monday* JJtorch 11. Each night a Number will be Belected, and postedinourWindownext day, and the Holder of Coupon with corresponding number will bp. en titled to the Present Labelled for that day. - The Present for each day will be Packed in Parcel and Labelled, one for each day of the week. No one will know the contents of iParceJ antil opened by Winner. » , *" . What will your Prize be ? It may be a Sweet Dish, it may be £ 21-Piece Tea Set, it may be a Doll ! Whoknows? Just try your lack. IN ADDITION A PRIZE will be Given to the Holder of the Greatest Number of Coupons at the End of the Competition. ' - ? Coupons to be Returned not later than WEDNESDAY, April 3rd, at 6 p...

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PROTECTING THE CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

PROTECTING THE CHILDREN In a letter to Granville Council on Tuesday night, J. McKeown and others asked the council to approach the Minister for Education to ar range to have an overhad foot bridge erected over the railway line, for the protection of children attending in fants' school on the other side.-It was decided to cooperate.

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SHOOTING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

SHOOTING ACCIDENT. Mrs. Bob Randell, of Terminus street, Liverpool, was the victim of a pea-rifle accident under peculiar circumstances on Wednesday even ing. Mrs. Randell, was at Liverpool cemetery attending to the grave of one of her relatives, when she was struck on the hip with a bullet. Investigations showed that man a quartermile away had fired at a jam tin. The injury was not serious, and the police and Dr. Pirie, jnr., are satisfied that the 6jiooting was an accident. THIEVES CAUGHT. On Wednesday, a motor car be longing to Mrs. Julia Robinson, of Sydney, was stolen from the corner of Regent and George streets, city. At 12.40 p.m. the Liverpool police received a report- from Par ramatta, and at 1 p.m. Sergeant Taylor was informed that a car had capsized on the southern road, and that three men were seen leav ing it. He and Constable Charker left on a motor cycle and sidecar and patrolled to Sefton Park, and from there to Regents Park. There thev arrested three men. Ten minute...

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INSPECTOR'S REPORT ON ROSE-HILL HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

INSPECTOR'S REPORT ON ROSE HILL HOTEL At Granville Council meeting on Tuesday night, the health inspector reported that the Rosehill Hotel, owned by Messrs. Tooth and Co. and occupied by Mr. P. E. Glaskin, was unfit and unsafe for human habita tion or occupation, and recommended that a closing order be issued, provid ed that such orders shall not be effective if certain specified repairs are carried out within 30 days. -The council decidcd to issue a closing order unless the required work is carried out.

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

LIVERPOOL. TENNIS. The Southern District Tennis As sociation will open its annual com petition to-day {Saturday), with the following games: A. Grade: Wyreema v Liverpool 2; South End v Ingleburn 1; Liverpool 1 bye. B. Brade: Ingleburn 2, v Prestons, Railway 2 v Hillview, Liv erpool 3 v Railway X. PERSONAL. Mr. F. D. H. Sutherland has been appointed to take Mr. J. B. Gibson's place at police magistrate at Liver pool. Mr. J. B. Gibson, who for the post two years has acted as P.M. at Liverpool Court has been promoted and transferred to Newcastle, as S.M. At Liverpool Court this morning prior to the business opening, Mr. Bolton referred to Mr. Gibson's coming departure; his long service at the court, and congratulated him on the promotion. The members of the legal profession had always, he said, rceived courteous treatment from Mr. Gibson. Sergeant Taylor and Mr. Etherton (C.P.S.), endorsed the remarks, which were duly acknowledged by the Magistrate, who saw that the assistance rendered...

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HIT WITH IRON BAR [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

HIT WITH IRON BAR Av. I iverpool Police I'oui t on Thursday, Ernest Swan proceeded against - Devine (a male) for all eged assault, at Cabramatta, on ro. Devine pleaded guilty; but said he acted in self-defence. He said Swan came on to the premises, and he ordered him off. Sv.'Bii said Define hi", him with an iron bar, inflicting a threi'-cor.-iered cut, which had to have mcdical tr<>nt ment. The bar was about 8 or 10 lbs. in weight. Devine said Swan woul 1 have hit him with a wrench, but he got .in first. Swan asked merely for - £1 ex penses.-Not severe punishment. A fine of £2, costs 8/ anil £1 wit nesses expenses w&B imposed.

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FRUIT STEALING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

FRUIT STEALING CASE. At Liverpool Police Court on Thursday,. William Luke Hagger was charged with stealing fruit, (grapes) valued at 5/, from Thomas Arthur Hirst, on March 3. He pleaded not guilty. Constable Charker said that at 6 a.m. on Sunday, March 3, he receiv ed a telephone message from Mr. Hirst, of Liverpool. He went with Mr. Hirst to a hut 200 yards away, where he saw defendant. Defend ant denied having stolen any grapes. Hirst then told the Constable he took a sugar bag of grapes from Hagger that morning. Hirst gave Hagger in charge. In reply to.Hagger, Constable. Charker said he had been told that Hagger was not hungry-that h» had meat in the hut. Thomas Hirst, orchardist, «1 Orange Grove Road, Liverpool, said he saw Hagger leaving the vineyard with the grapes in a sugar bag. Witness took possession of the grapes -about 12 lbs. Hagger did not say where he got the grapes. Witness saw where the bunches had been torn off the vines. Hagger (to P.M.): I thing he's given h>B...

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More Failures. STRAYING STOCK PROSECUTION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

More Failures. STRAYING STOCK PROSECUTION The Health Inspector reported to Holroyd Council on Tuesday night, as follows: "I attended Court on the 27th. inst., being detained there all day. Twenty-four eases were dealt"' with; one was withdrawn prior to hearing on instructions from the town clerk. In eight castas, verdicts and fines were given in favour of the Council. The other fifteen were defended and witnesses called to prove that the impounding officer was seen assist in; to drive the animals (which were ali of the same' owntv) out of a fenced property on to the roadway iv-'ir, vlere they si'ibw yoptV.'y impounded. The impounding officer denied assisting, but admitted being in the property at the tiiny. The magistrate said it was plain *.iievo had been some collusion ami dis missed a number of these '*ases. In order to save council costs and ex penses. I withdrew the few remain ing cases, as the same witnesses ard evidence were available. The Magis tral:* remarked that ilrs was ...

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CABRAMATTA. SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

CABRAMATTA. : SOCCER, The Cabramatta Boccer club will indulge in a practice game on Cab ramatta Park,on Saturday, (to-day), All players and intending players are asked to be present at 2.80 p.m. CABRAVALE CYCLE CLUB. The club held a road race of six mileB on Cabramatta Road on Sat urday last. There was a, fair at>* tendance. Results: 1st, R. Anderson (1.20); 19.6; 2nd, F. Vierz (scr.), 17.49; 3rd, F. Fear (1.15) 19.0. Fastest unplaced, E. Fear (1.15), 19.16.. This Saturday there will ge an other 6-mile race on Canley course. Several additional entries arc prom ised. CABRA-VALE DRUIDS. Cabra-Vale Druids held a euchre party and social at Cabramatta on Saturday, February 23, where every one had an enjoyable evening. Mr. E. Dudley acted M.C. and Mr. E. Mortimer had charge of the euchre. Prizes for euchre: Ladies; Mrs. Cowan 1st, Mrs. Blakey 2nd, Mrs. Sherwood 3rd., and Mrs. Moore 4th. Gents: Mr. L. Reardon 1st, Mr. J. Anstead 2nd. Mr. Bruce 3rd. and Mr. Bennett 4th. Mr. Freeman scor ...

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

FOR SAMv Vr , Adnrtlumnti iff thU column are inierted at the rate.of 15 word* for 1/; every additional five word* or portion thereof, 6d. Money Loaned With Privacy, Promptness and Civility. CASH ADVANCES. made on Furniture, Pianos, Deeds of Lands, etc., without possession. Easy repayments. No delay. Strictly private. Letters promptly attended to. Apply J. Monahan, Canley Road, Fairfield (only). Call, write or 'phone Liv. S61. FOR SALE. MUSCOVIES 10 days old, 2/3; to 4 days. 2/. WILLIAM THOMSON. Prarie Vale Rd., Bossley Park. SINGLE-SEATER :.Ford, fair run' ning order, nearly new tyres, counter bal. crankshaft, 4 mths. reg.. £15 cash, £20 terms. Will sell engine £7/10. H. Hayhoe, builder, Fair field. NEW BRICK Cottage, few mins. station, tiled roof, elcc. light, water, gas available, 4 rooms, kit., centrc bathroom, £626 cash, or can arrange terms, £50 deposit, or will take light car dep. H. Hayhoe, builder, Fair field. SPLENDID, Building Block, Cab ramatta, G mins. station, near scho...

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

Murray Bros. (Parramatta) LIMITED 4ft. 6in. Polished Maple Bedroom Suite and Wardrobe full 4ft. 6in, with mirror and hat shelf. 3 ft. 9in. Dressing Table and Pedestal to match £13/10. * Upholstered Seagrass Chairs in Shadow Tissue 35/. A large chair and well made. 1 only 3 piece Chesterfield Suite, in Moquette Spring back and edge, on webbing, £19/10 TERMS ARRANGED MURRAY BROS. (Parramatta) LIMITED LADIES! READ THIS! Something Special for you ! Don Campbells HAS JUST LANDED A PINE SELECTION OF FANCY BEAD NECKLETS, AND CHOKERS, ARTISTIC BROOCHES PEARLS, DRESS ORNAMENTS, AND A WIDE RANGE OF DAINTY NOVELTIES. THESE GOODS WERE SECURED ON THE BEST MARKET AND ARE PRICED TO COMPARE WITH ANY CITY STORE. SEE OUR WINDOWS ! DON CAMPBELL'S NEWSAGENCY. Opposite Station Fairfield. AUCTION SALE LIVERPOOL OF PROPERTIES Under Instructions from the Executor Estate of the Late George Thomas ALFRED S. FINNEY, Auctioneer Will sell by Public Auction at his Auction Rooms, SCOTT-STREET, LIVERPOOL, on WEDNE...

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NEW TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

NEW TOWN HALL. The Mayor of Holroyd Council (Aid. Bacon) reported to Tuesday night's meeting that negotiations for the resumption of the land near the Merrylands Post Office, for the erection of a new Town Hall, had been finalised. The cost would be £800, plus £50 interest, and small incidental expenses.

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BARGAINS AT BRIDGE'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

BARGAINS AT BRIDGE'S. Some additional prices, to be add ed to the list in Mr. A. G. Bridge's announcement on page 1, arrived too late for inclusion. The new lines are: Good dates, per lb. 4d; dried apricots, per lb., 1/3; ilb. des sicated cocoanut, per pkt. 6id; choice pruneB, per lb, lOld; prime sat salmon, per lb. 1/4J; red her rings, each 2|d, or 5 for 1/; best sultanas, per lb. 9Id; Nestle's 4 oz. cream, per tin 71d; rich fruit cake, per lb. 8id.

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"NOT." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

'NOT." lhc omiBSion of the important word "not" (almost as important as "if") completely reversed the "sense" of a par "which appeared in our last issue. It said that the telephone was to be re-connected to the Hol royd health inspector's residence. Actually, it is not to be to be re connected.

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CARRAMAR AND FAIRFIELD SWIMMING AND LIFE SAVING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

CAKKAMAK AND KA1KMELU SWIMMING AND LIFE SAVING ASSOCIATION. A meeting held at the Carramar Hall, on March 8, under the auspices of the Carramar District Progress Association, brought together a num ber of swimming enthusiasts from the surrounding districts, who made a definite start in forming a local swimming and life saving organisa tion to be known as the Carramar and Fairfield Swimming and Life Saving Club. Mr. G. H. Kindred was elected president. Mr. A. Kcmble, secre tary, and Mr. A. Kindred treasurer. The treasurer met with ready re sponse from those present in the form of entrance fees. Letters were read assuring the meeting of active support from the combined district Scouts Association and the Royal Life-saving Society. The first meeting of the club will be held in the Carramar Hall ob March 14 at 8 p.m. at which the possibility of a ladies' section will be discussed, and also the drafting of the necessary rules for the club management. All interested are cordially invited....

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

GRANVILLE Next weeks show promises to be a greater success than ever before. Entries are excellent, and many side shows and novel attractions will be on the grounds for the amusement of visitors. Work has commenced, in the way of alterations to the heavy traffic bridge. Motor anl horse-drawn vehicles went over it very gingerly all this week.

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Wetherill Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

Wetherill Park. The Wetherill Park C. of E. Ladles' Guild held a very successful fair in the local School of Arts on Saturday, February 23, to raise funds for a new Church. Aid. H. Tookor occu pied the chair, in the absence of the Rector, Rev. H. E. Rogers, and after explaining the objects of the fair called upon the Mayor of Fairfleld, All; H. A. Clancy, to perforin the opening ceremony. The Mayor in a short speech con gratulated the Ladies' Guild on their efforts, and declared the fair open. Miss Cadwell then .gave a very amusing recitation, after which the stallholders began operations. The stalls were prettily decorated and had a splendid collection of articles for disposal. The Guild stall was presided over by Mesdamcs Tulk and Hunt; the jumble by Mrs. A. Smith; the sweets, Mr. R. Adams; hoop-la, Mrs. W. Rainbow; refresh ments, Mesdamcs D. Rainbow, Rud der, Hall and Thompson; and icc cream and drinks by Mesdamcs F. Paul) and McMahon. During the evening dancing was indulged in t...

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"ONLY BLUFF" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929

"ONLY BLUFF" Guildford has a keen advocate/ in Aid. Warnock. At Tuesday night's meeting of the Holroyd Council he moved in two important matters: First, "That the sum of £125/15/6 voted by the late Council for the western side of O'Neill-st., GGuild ford, from Stimson-street to the channel, be l-e-voted." Aid. Maun der seconded the motion. Aid. Rainbow said the council was living on "tick" in its worst form £36 over the draft limit-and the new rates had not come in. Aid. Shaw said there was no harm in voting the money, although the work couldn't be done. Somebody interjected. "Shut up," said Aid. Shaw, quietly. Aid. Rainbow said it was not hon est to vote money for works, know ing they could not be done. It was bluff. Aid. Brett: It's not; the vote lasts to December next. Aid. Warnock said he was not in favour of the vote, unless the work could be done. Aid. Warnock, Maun der,Brett and Shaw for the motion, which was lost. The second matter was "that the overseer prepare an estimate,...

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