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Birthday Tea [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

A very pleasant afternoon Was gpent at the home of Mr. andMrs.JSi on the 9th inst., the occasion being Latham, Blomiield-st., Cabramatta, a "birthday tea" in honor of Baby' Stella Latham, Misses Freida Moore, ?. and Yvonne Rule, and Master Fred Latham. Quite a number of their little friends were gathered to wis them "mkny happy returns." The afternoon was pleasantly ?pent in playing games, after which a very tempting and delicious "hivth day tea" was partaken of, the birth day cakes being cut by the quests of hohur. After the young folk had dorm full justice to the tables of good things, more games were played, until «ark nefes brought the happy afternoon to e close. Those present included: Misses Ada and Freida Bidgwood (Liver pool); Joyce Adell, Dorothy Latham, Mavis Hirst, Betty Hey don, Kath leen Woods, and Jean Younjr, and Masters Alan Wilson, Ted Latham, iJon and Dennis Trood and Lester Worth.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

R. E. PETERS Licensed Plumber, Gasfitter, Drainer and Sanitary Engineer Merrylands road MERRYLANDS Galvanized Iron Tanks a Speciality Size No Object No Job Too Large or Too Small Distnce No Object Phone: U 9464 PHONE: LIV. 138 S. SIMPSON General Motor Carrier John street Cabramatta Furniture Removed to all parts by Speedy Motor Delivery Personal Attention and Reasonable Charges Phone: Liv. 178 The MISSES WHYFOON (Late of Farmed & Co.) COSTUMIERES and MILLINERS Fit and Style Guaranteed In all the Latest Models Charges Moderate All Orders receive Immediate Attention Also Hemstitching, Pleating Knife, Box and Accordion Buttons also Covered Bridge Buildings DALE STREET, FAIRFIELD And at No. 183 Second Floor Rawson Chambers, Rawson Place Opposite Central Station Sydney A. J. Saywell Fruiterer and Confectioner, Greengrocer, Etc.. All the Choicest Fruits in Season. Cart Delivers to All Parts of the District. WARE STREET, FAIRFIELD Two Poors from The Crescent Firewood DRY BLOCK FIRE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

Hotel RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA S J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRI Telephone: Liverpool 1 Specially Select Wine 3/- a Bottle Free Delivery of All District Tooth's XXX Ale All Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandi Ales, and Stouts, at STRICTLY CITY PRICES Fairfield Supply Stor (NEXT BUTTERFLY THEATRE). BOYS' FLEECY VESTS l/lll CHILDREN'S PLAY APRONS from 1/6 CHILDREN'S DRESSES from 1/7 CHILDREN'S L1NENE SETS from 2/11 CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS 2/G p«ir CHILDREN'S SLMiLETS from 1/3 each CHILDREN'S RIBBED SILK MERCERISED SOCKS, 1/8 and 1/11 pair LADIES' OVERALLS from 3/3 LADIES APRONS, Kalian Cloth, Trimmed Cretonne 1/9 SILK STOCKINGS (well over (he knee) from 1/!) pair JAZZ GARTER LENGTHS. !ld. & ]/-; 1L\]R NETS .. 3d. each MAGNOLIA FACE POWDER 4Jd. MEN'S BOTTOX SOCKS from Old. pair FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS 4/11 each Also WAFFm-pAKTTF.RV. TVTF.N'B TROUSERS H. R. Watman The Crescent Garage At the Railway Crossing, Fairfield CHEVROLET & PONTIAC CARS Full Stock of Ford and Chev. Parts Availabl...

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Bossley Park. ALDERMEN'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

Bossley Park. ALDERMEN'S VISIT On Saturday night last, Mayor J. Anthony, and Aldermen Oakes and Bell, paid a visit to Bossley Park, at the invitation of the local Progress Association. A fair number of local ratepayers attended and heard the aldermen give an account of their stewardship. The speeches mainly concerned the roads, and the council- lors promised that the 'bus route from Quarry road to Prairievale road would be done up immediately. We are glad to see that the council in tends to go on with this necessary work. Electric light was also men tioned, and the hope was expressed that council would also go on with this. After questions were asked the aldermen departed, and the kerosene lamps in our hall were extinguished. We are pleased to see the ratepay ers of the district taking more in terest in their own affairs; but there are a good many more ratepayers, who should come along, and hear something of the council's doings. Our popular 'bus proprietor, Mr. H. G. Delaney (bette...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 17 November 1928

LADIES' GLACE KID STRAP SHOES, w.idc fitting, from 14/11. COLE CHIN'S. The Crescent, Fairfield. NOW OPEN Under Entirely New Management G. A. WAKELING FAIRFIELD BILLIARD SALOON Smart street, Fairfield Hairdressing Saloon   Under supervision of an expert Special Attention to Ladies and Children Phone: Liverpool 274 W. J. Westacott General Carrier CANLEY VALE Opposite the Station Furniture Carefully Removed; All Part* Charges Moderate Letters Promptly Attended to Firewood in i-ton and ton lots COLECHIN'S SHOE STORE sells In fants' Footwear in great variety. The Crescent, Fairfield. Torry Edwards UP-TO-DATE HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD (Right Opposite the Railway) All Smokers' Requisites in Stock No Waiting Expert Hands Victoria Hotel, Smithfield (Under New Management) (Late of ^Small's Hotel, Copmanhurst) Desires to notify that he has taken over the above Hotel, and solicits your esteemed patronage. A. E. BLADWELL None but die Best of Wines' and Spir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

FAIRFIELD MUNICIPAL ELECTION Saturday, 1st. December, 1928. \ TO THE RATEPAYERS AND ELECTORS* v *? Ladies and Gentlemen, Although it wa^ny indention for some lime.past to ralire from muni cipal life at the ex^atiun of the present term, 1 And that 1 have 60 many important and interesting cases in hand that ijequire my personal attention for some time^o come in defending matt of the ratepayers from injustice, and for tUej welfare of the municipanrty generally, together with the fact that so many'^f my friends and eft some of my greatest antagonists of three years sgi have waited on ml and urged me to carry on,. I therefore have pleasure announcing Uat I am again a candidate and hope to have a continuance o| your con&Knce and support on the 1st December, and in doing so 1 desir^to make M quite clear that I am not in any way associated with any of thelielect^rand endorsed candidates who have announced their candidature. ' My experience as a party rlpAentative during the last thr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

(C One*Dial Super-Neut THE UDIBGO SUPER-NEUT. incorporates tremendous POWER& RANGE, WITH THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF SELECTIVITY. It is the "Rolls-Royce" in Radio Receiving Sets. Everybody strives to have the Best. Put one of these in, and yon cannot be beaten. It is unparalleled for Daylight Reception of Interstate Broadcasting, designed to give Exquisite Tone Quality. 4-VALVE SET, with 3 Philips A609 1 Power Valves £20 5-VALVE BET, with 4 Philips A809 1 Power Valves £30 6-VALVE SET, with 5 Philips A609 1 Power Valves £40 Easy Terms; Small Deposit, Balance over 12 months. Accessories Extra. Erected and put in going order FREE OF CHARGE, Demonstrations in your own home FREE. Every Part Except Valves and Batteries Guaranteed. CALL AND INSPECT M. WILSON RADIO SUPPLIER WARE STREET FAIRFIELD' Astoi SHIELDED THFSE RADIO RECEIVER. BEAUTY is one of the numerous attributes of the new ASTOR SHIELDED THREE. Small in size, measuring only 10 ins. long. LESS IN SIZE, AND PRICE; BUT MAGNIFICENT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

FOR SALE WITHOUT DEPOSIT Four-roomed Cottages, electric light, line press, pantry, city water, from £575 to £650, at Cab ramatta and Canley Vale, without deposit. Also Weatherboard Cot tages: also Shop in Main-street; most up-to-date Building Sites at Guildford. We can arrange to build on your own laud, without deposit. P. and C. McGRATH, GUILDFORD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

BOYS' aud YOUTHS' Strong Box Hide Gol. Bals. Sizes I to 5. lis lid. At COLECHIN'S, TheCresceut, Fairfield

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

IN MEMORIAM ATKINS.-In loving memory o£»my deaS^on and our dear Jjnther, who Tossed away on November 21, 192Waged 13 yeaifir Words cannom«Qy hoirwe loved him, As we battle aHo life's lane But a voice se&am t**ij|y saying, "My dear oaes be gffBd and true At the end ar life's battle* I will ba^vatching and voting for I V Inserted by his loving mother%nd sistrfs, {Ethel and Dolly). RETURN THAfHOF4* GJdffnhhs. Bossley Park, desire jSwS^cerely thank the parentsafltrehildreira^tjjaieftdg^of the^djamct for tokens of syrnpSW^ <^nrtnrindncss extended in their recent sad bereavement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

NO FOOT TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL to fit at COLECHIN'S New Shoe Store, The Orescent. Fairfield.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

E. E. COLEMAN Solicitor TOWN IIALL CHAMBERS OHTJROH ST., PABBAMATTA. Tel.: UW 8601. VISITS: Guildford, Tuesdays,. 10 to 12 noon. Fairfield, Friday night, 7 to 9.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

Next issue will contain much mat ter unavoidably held over this week. POULTRY Send Your Poultry to the Liver pool Poultry Markets Top Prices Prompt Returns Sales Held Every Wednesday At 2 p.m. Hugh Murphy, Auctioneer Telephone: Liv. 284

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

WOOD PRESERVING OIL Four Gallon Tin, 3/11 Tin St die OPP. STATION FAIRFIELD SPRING CHICKEN, lib 6oz 3/3 Tin SPAGHETTI, Large Tins 9 Id. DAIRYPRIDE RICH CREAM 9 id. jar NESTLES' CREAM, 4oz. Tins 71d. Tin. TIGRE GRUYERE CHEESE 1/9 box TENDERFIELp LUNCHEON CHEESE .. .. 6id. and lid. WHITE'S JELLY CHRYSTALS 4 Id. pkt. QUEEN BEfi FLOOR POLISH .. Sid. Tin HEINZ SPACHETTI, Individual Size 6d. HEINZ SPAGHETTI, Small 7id. HEINZ BARED DEANS, Individual 5d. HEINZ BARED BEANS, Small 8d HONEY, lloz Jars .... . 7 id. HONEY, lllbs. Bottles 1/2. HANSEN'S JUNKET TABLETS '. .. 1/1 SANITARIUM WHEATMEAL, 31b. Bogs 9d. Bag , SHEEPS' TONGUES, New Zealand 1/61 SAPOLISE SOAP POWDERS 1/2 Doz. PALMOLIVE SOAP 4Jd.Cake / CHRISTMAS SPECIALITIES Price . List Now Being Prepared. DELIVERY TIME TABLE WILL BE ANNOUNCED NEXT ISSUE OUR WEEKLY GARDEN HINT'" The results obtained from the use of any insecticine or. fungi cine depends entirely upon the Operator. Timeliness, thorough ness, and persistence are the watchword...

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POPPY DAY APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

POPPY DAY APPEAL. The appeal made on Popppy Day was a distinct success, anj although only organised in the district stnne 48 hours before the day, the ladies responded magnificently and the sum of £40/16/7 was collected. The foll owing ladies assisted: - Mesdames Anthony (Mayoress of Fairfield), Young (Acting Mayoress, Cabravale) Miles, Graham, Bcrriman, McAlpine, Jones, Skipper, Strachan, Mason, Goff, Anderson, Kelly and Misses Hinton, Croft, Spence, Avery, Mathi son, Strachan. The result is highly creditable and will mean much assist ance to distressed diggers of the dis trict.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

Morrison's CANLEY VALE GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION RIGHT AT RAILWAY CANLEY VALE Battery Charging * Vulcanizing} Accessories All Kinds of Oil in Stock Shell Spirit Imperial Spirit MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE N.F.BENT UPHOLSTERER AND BEDDING MANUFACTURER (Late of Beard, Watson & Co., Ltd.) BULL'S ROAD, ST. JOHN'S PARK First-class Work Guaranteed No Job Too Large None Too Small Work Handled by Motor Free of Extra Charge H. KING AUCTIONEER GUILDFORD. HAS REOPENED HIS BUSINESS IN O'NEILL STREET And is OPEN TO CONDUCT SALES IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT LAND AND ESTATE AGENT Abo Supply of S. H. Building Material on Hand The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE Cakes, Fruit, Confectionery, Soft DrinksfReterV-loe-.-. Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes; Billycans, and Bathing Costumes Agent for A. M. P. Society, CaSramatta-Liverpool District S. C. JONES, Proprietor WIRELESS SALES...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

BIRTHDAY PARTY A pleasant little gathering tools place on Saturday night, when a number of children and grandchil dren of Mrs. E. Bright met to cele brate the old lady's birthday. It was an impromptu affair and marked in a suitable way the passing of the 73rd milestone on her journey through life. Mrs. Bright has been a resi dent of Fairfield for some years, and is remarkably active and hearty for her years. Her relatives and friends wish her many happy returns.

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Successful Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

Successful Dance Last friday, November 16, ths Fairfield West Cricet Club held its annual dance and euchre party at the King's Hall. The dance was in every way a splendid success. The Cricket Club acknowledges the follow ing donations:-Producers' Distribut ing Society (ham), J. R. Love and Co. (caddy of Kinara tea), Anderton Bros., Cabramatta Road, St. John's Park Wicker Workers (shopping bas ket), Mrs. lawton (duck), Cook Bros. Fairfield (cake), E. J. Ashcroft (ox tongue), R. J. Willis (ox tongue), Torry Edwards (cigarettes), Mr. Hcnshaw (ice). The Cricket Club thanks the ladies' committee, thos.: gentlemen who had charge of the euchre, counter, doors, etc., and all those people who helped to make such an enjoyable evening. For several seasons the club has bad a poor outfit of cricket material, and were £5 in debt, due to the park improvements scheme. Now, thanks to the party on October 31, at which £10 was raised, and the dance and euchri: party result of £15, the club is in a. so...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Best Girl Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

Best Girl Competition. The position of the candidates in the Methodist Church Best Girl Com petition is as follows: Miss R". Drinkwater .. .. 5531 Miss B. Grant 2823 Miss'E. Tripp 2019 Miss N. Forsyth 2721 Miss D. McCIintock .. .. 369 The position of candidates remains the same as last week, but Miss E. Tripp has advanced by 312 votes. A successful and pleasant evening was given by Mr. and Mrs. Cremin at their residence to Miss N. Forsyth. This candidate will advance about 30 votes as the result thereof. At an evening, kindly given by Mrs. H. Jones at her residence, "Normanhurst," Roslyn-str., Ashbury the friends of Miss Tripp spent a most enjoyable time. Games were entered into with zest. The musical part of the programme was thorough ly enjoyed, and Miss Tripp's, candida ture advanced considerably. The crowning of the "Best Girl" will take place next week, it having been found necessary to cancel pre vious arrangements relative to the date of the crowning.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 24 November 1928

AiUttftli&FT CmH Orders Ltd. (351-7 Pitt street, Sydney pour lDoors Below Water Board) Phone: M 6074 (2Iines) Cash Orders (or Everything 650 Gty and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper) \t.fS "* i. MEM'S DERBY BALA

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