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STOLEN MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
STOLEN MANURE. Liverpool Police station on Thurs day received word of thefts of manure from the railway yards. It was suspected that the loads were sold at 6/ per load to a Chinese gardener. While the court was sit ting on Thursday the police received certin information, and Constable Charlcer, accompanied by Constable Clark, who was at Liverpool in con nection with a Canley Vale case, set out to follow the clue. Within half an hour they had effected an arrest. A man named Jones has been charged with the alleged offence. Mr Stevons, father of Karso Stevens, of Granville, died '-n Mon day. He was a very old resident of the district, and his friends Were very ntnn&toOB.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
gpsfts , Fairfield Bakery | a, ^ THE CRESCENT. . My weddine and my birthday cakes, Are just what would suit you. I'm noted for my bread, My smallgoods take the lead,' So some along and buy Y«ur patronage I need.. TRY MY TEA CAKES, BUN LOAVES, OR COFFEE ROLLS COFFEE CAKE, is very nice. Mir Hearts deliver everywhere. Just ask the cart to call And you will be satisfied. I SELL yHE BEST BREAD-I DON'T KEEP IT. |F*&lt;5. HENDERSON, Proprietor J. G. McBURNEY & CO. j (Late Collins & Co.) « SMART STREET. FAIRFIELD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT RegularSupplies of Best CountryPollard and Bran Primest Riverina Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Poultry Food and Spice* of all Kinds Bulk Supplies of Sacaline, Barley, Sunrise Oats, Algerian Oats, Green feast Peas, Canadian Wonder Beans, and uGarden Seeds. f IPATON BURNS FERTILISERS. PHONE No.: LIV. 238. 7, Vj » ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. District Agent for Texaco Motor Spirits, Oik and Kerosene . \ Telep...
Granville Municipal Council. Big Business Sheet. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
Granville Municipal Council. Big Buiineu Sheet. Granville Council dealt with a long list of correspondence and other matters on Tuesday night. The fol lowing were present: " Aid. Stanton, McGill (Mayor), Kay, AdamB, Dr. Fleck, Fielding, Epps, Paton, Porter, Townsend and Bowden, CORRESPONDENCE. R. H. Roberts, on behalf of Rob erts and Sons (consulting engineers) wrote that they had recently pur chased land in Wentworth-st., for use as main storage and repair yard, and asked for improvements to the road between Martha-st., and their land.--The overseer reported that ashes would be useless, and that the cost of grading and ballasting 15 feet wide would be £240.-Referred to works committee. C. Hill drew attention to the con dition of the carriageway of Hamil ton-st.-The overseer reported that the approach to Mr. Hill's property is in fairly good order, but shale or clinkers wi be spread if available. -Work to be done. E. Rohan, secretary Guildford Chamber of Commerce, stated that a cheq...
MERRYLANDS CROWNING OF QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
MERRYLANDS CROWNING OF QUEEN In the queen competition conduct ed by the Merrylands P. and G. As sociation at the close of last year, Miss Jean Henderson was the win ning candidate. It has been arrang ed that the crowning ceremony shall take place in the Masonic Hall, Merrylands, on March 22. CRICKET. MerrylandB and Smithfield met in competition cricket . on Saturday. Smithfield scored 28 in the first inn ings, and Merrylands finished with 8 for 226. HAVEN'T MOVED. MERELY CHANGED ADDRESSES The inclusion of portion of Han'is Park into the Granville postal area; and part of Granville into the Merry lands "run," has called for protest on the part of both Granville and Parramatta. It is certainly difficult to tell where one suburb begins and the other ends. The good that the alterations will do is difficult to foresee. In the meantime people who live in the affected areas are being written to by the authorities advising them to request their friends, in addressing correspondence to caref...
EDUCATING ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
EDUCATING ALDERMEN. Recently Mr. E. Yorke, of Gran ville in a letter to the press, sug gested economic reforms in council administration, and on Tuesday night Aid. Stanton moved: "That Mr. Yorke be invited to address the council at the next ordinary meeting on the reforms which, according to his letter, will effect economies in council's administration."-The mo tion was carried.
"PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
"PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM" Owing to the tremendous success of the above operetta, and numerous requests to stage it again, the com mittee have decided to repeat the performance on Saturday, March 16 at 8 p.m. in the St John's Park School of Arts. Book early and se cure your seats. Those who were unable to see this splendid perform ance before', should take this op portunity of seeing it on the above date. Also at Crescent Theatre, Fair field, on March 21. Booking at Don. Campbell's.
THE EVENT OF THE MONTH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
THE EVENT OF THE MONTH At the School of Arts, Fairfield, on March 14, at 8 p.m., 1st Fairfield Girl Guide Concert will be held. A splendid programme _ has been ar ranged including their "Camp-fire" also "The Negro Plantation." This is the Guides' first concert and they are enthusiastic and eager to make it a huge success. They are not likely to be disappointed if the dis posal of tickets is any indication of the audience expected. The com mittee had extra printed to keep up with the demand. The tickets are only 1/ each. Booking plan is at Mr. Don Campbell's, where for six pence extra, you may choose your position in the hall. Come and help the Guides with your presence.
LIVERPOOL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
LIVERPOOL SHOW. In readiness for their annual show to be held on Friday and Sat urday (March 22 and 23), the Liver pool show committee has had ex tensive alterations carried out on the ground. A new trotting track has been put down, which compares favorably with any in these parts. Cattle sections are being extensive ly catered for; new poltry coops have been prepared; and new hurdles erected for the hunting events. The ground is looking very nice, and the committeemen are enthusiastic enough to work hard for the show's success. The Liverpool Band will play on the ground. Intending ex hibitors are reminded that entries close on March 16.
Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. There was a full attendance at Liverpool Council meeting on Tues day night. The Mayor (Aid. Bratchell) in a minute, urged that council request the Department of Education to re instate, after Easter, the 16 scholars who were discharged on account of facilities for higher education not being available; also that council re quest for a full five-year at the High School. If necessary a deputa tion will wait upon the minister. The Fire Board Commissioners wrote that it had not lost sight of the question of the erection of a dwelling at the fire station. River Sands Ltd., offered monetary assistance towards the construction of Casula Road. Liverpool Agricultural Society asked for improvements to the ap proaches to the showground.-Aid. O'Grady and Schell moved that the work be done. This was decided upon. C. C. Kennett, forwarded a cheque for £60, free of interest as a loan for work on Glenfield Road. Casula Progress Association pro tested agains...
MONA-STREET BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
MONA-STREET BRIDGE To Granville Council on Tuesday night: W. T. Ely, M.L.A., forwarded a letter received by him in reply to council's communications regarding provision of a footway on Mona-st., bridge, in which it is said that funds have been made available for the work and instructions issued for the preparation of plans and specification as an urgent matter.-Received.
ROAD WORKS [?]AT GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
ROAD WORKS *AT GRANVILLE. At Tuesday night's meeting of the Granville Council the overseer of works submitted reports and esti mates on the following works: Tar paving the footpath on the western side of Malcolm-st., (8.8 chains) 6ft. wide. Estimated cost at £8/2/6, half cost chargeable to owners of adjoining lands.-He re conuncnded the work.-Adopted. Tar paving of the footpath of the eastern side of George-st., between Sydney Road and Sutherland-st., (9 chains) 6 feet wide. Estimated cost £88/2, half cost chargeable to own ers of adoining lands. The work was recommended.-Adopted. The reconstruction of portion of the carriageway of Railway Parade, between South-st.. and the traffic bridge over the railway line. It is proposed to remetal and penetrate the bitumen, full width. Estimated cost £2000. This is in lieu of the work passed last year.-Adopted. Repairing and top dressing with bitumen and metal of the carriage way of South-sL, between Mary-st.. and Railway Parade. Estimated cos...
TO PROTECT ROAD SURFACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
TO PROTECT ROAD SURFACE. Aid. Stanton moved, at Tuesday night's meeting of the Granville Council: "That representations be again made to the Australian Gas Light Co. to place gas service pipes un deconstructed carriageways or foot ways of public roads by driving or by such other means as will prevent the breaking up of the surface of such carriageways and footways." -Carried. Holroyd Council has still £4,191 of its loan .money to spend this year of tar-pacing of roads.
WEDDING. LUKE-STRATTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
WEDDING. LUKE-STRETTON. A wedding which crested quite a lot of interest took place at the Church of England, Fairfield, on Saturday last,, when Rev. Rogers united in marriage, Miss Sarah, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Stret ton, of "Bon-accord," Anthony-st, Fairfield, and Mr. J. Luke, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Luke, of St. Mary's. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a pretty frock of white crepe de chene, with an over-skirt of lace, heavily trimmed with pearls and orange blossoms, and a flowered wreath and veil. Her bouquet was of pink and white flowers, with fern and orange blos soms. Miss Ada Jones, of Lithgow, who actcd as bridesmaid, chose a frock of pink crepe de chene, and a lace coat, with hat of pink, trimmed with flowers and lace. Her bouquet was also pink, with fernB. A brother of the bridegroom, Mr. Les. Luke, filled the role of best man. The reception was held at the School of Arts, nearly 100 guests assembling. The presents, which were numer ous and...
POLICE COURT THURSDAY'S SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 9 March 1929
POLICE COURT THURSDAY'S SITTING. At Liverpool Court on Thursday before Mr. Gibson, P.M., the follow ing cases wore dealt with; John NqIboh Toreen (36) was charged with exposure at Liverpool in Bigge Park, and with using in decent language. He pleaded guilty to both charges and was sentenced to two months hard labor, and £5 W the language, or one month. Constable Desreaux said a girl was in the vicinity at the time of the first-mentioned . offence. The police proceeded against Wil liam Harold O'Brien, on a charge of carrying away liquor from licen sed promises during prohibited hours. He pleaded guilty, and was fined £2, costs 8/. Walter McClennan was charged with falsely pretending he was a traveller in an effort to obtain liquor. He pleaded guilty and was fined £5, costs 8/. Sydney Wardhaugh and Percy Warton were similarly charged, and each fined a similar amount. _ t Samuel McLean was charged with having a number plate on his car calculated to deceive. He pleaded guilty. Constable...
GRANVILLE GRANVILLE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929
GRANVILLE GRANVILLE SHOW. Record entries have been receiv ed for the Granville show this week (Friday and Saturday), numbering 1300. Practically all sections except that of poultry, show the increase. The fact that a similar position does not apply in the case of poultry is attributed to the losses during the hot weather of a couple of months ago. Trotting events should be es pecialy attractive at the show. The Minister for Agriculture will per form the opening ceremony on Sat urday at noon. KILLED BY CYCLE. On Saturday night at .7.30 p.m. Charles Hall, of South Granville, was'knocked 'down by a cyclist on Woodville Road, and died as a re sult of his injuries CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Granville Chamber of Commerce at its last meeting, decided to ask the member; of the district to ap proach the Fire Board, with a view to bringing about the removal of the fire station to some other portion of the town.
£800 LOAN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929
£800 LOAN The finance committee submitted a report to Fairfield Council on Tues day recommending council to auth orise the increase of the proposed new road loan from £7000 to £8000, for the purpose of completing por tions of the unfinished work in con nection with the first road loan. The report was adopted.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929
a. J. Seifl' SMART STREET 7. THE LIVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION HOUSE AND LAND AGENT Auction Bales Every Saturday Horning. Sales Gonduoted in Any Part of the Divmot Insurance Effected. RETURNS PROMPTLY EXECUTED Swan & Morriso CASH BUTCHERS ST. JOHN'S ONLY THE BEST ASHCROFT IffF.AT Send the Children Along. They Receive Same Attention As Adults. Buy Where You Like AND WHEN YOU LIKE, BUT ALWAYS COMPARE VALUES. AND, GET THE BEST VAULE FOR YOUR MONEY-IF YOU^DO THIS, THEN WE ARE SURE OF YOUR BUSINESS. 60 pieceB, DOUBLE WEIGHT CREPE, 61d yard. HEAVY WEIGHT PURE FUJI SILK very wide, in all shades 8/111 yd. 20 doz. LADfES MERCERISED HOSE, 2/6 p air. 50 doz. LADIES SILK AND ART SILK HOSE, Guaranteed, 8/11 t>air, THIS MONTH'S FREE GIFT: ONE PAIR*LADIES' SILK HOSE. For all Purchases over 1/-, you receive a Docket with a Number Save your dockets-the more you have the greater your chatoce. If not ckumed in 10 days, we have a second drawing, so always keep your dockets, and see If you a...