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R.S. & S.I. LEAGUE FAIRFIELD SUB-BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

R.S. & S.I. LEAGUE FAIRFIELD SUB.J3RANCH A special meeting of the above was held on Wednesday night 6th, to discuss the organisation for a united commemoration service for Anzac Sunday. The president (Mr. Berriman) occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance of Dig gers. A complete programme was drawn up. The service will be held in the local park. A procession is being arranged for, in which all the local societies, etc., will be invited to assist. For the service itself the Diggers are inviting a prominent ex A.I.F. General to give an address. They also hope to have the assist ance of the local clergy, and his Wor ship the Mayor has been asked to preside. There will be other features of an impressive character, in keeping with "Anzac" associations. . Local Diggers, 'shun ! Let's make it a bumper. A lively discussion took place re the absence of the local returned soldiers, at the last Anzac Day com memoration service, hence the above appeal. Tbo main reason given w...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHTS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHTS MEETING Aid. McBurnoy .(Mayor), Aid. S3S5, a we r pi c-sent at Monday night a meeting of the Cabm-Vale Council. CORRESPONDENCE. G S. W. Mitchell wrote that he had'iwiil rates on an emi«ty coUaKe for the past 18 months, and now, usk ed that the scrvicc be discontinued until the place was let. He added that he did not thin the payment could be enforced court of law.-Received. Alfred Braby forwarded a peti tion signed by 11 ratepaycr« asking for a water extension along Mont iromevy Road.-Held over. Alfred Turner drew attention to the bad state of Senior-street, and C-uilev Road, in regard to road sui - f^oe and drainage!--Aid. Branbury and Watts moved that the spot be inspected on March 10. This, was* "^Mrs R. Ginnelli sent notification of the removal of a collage to 50 feel back on the same block. K< ^R^Taylor objected to a drain being dug alongside his fence on N. F. Noonan's property. Aid. Hirst considered the footpath should be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERRYLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

A meeting of the Combined Pro gress Association was to have been field at Merry lan dB on Ifonday night; but only the representatives of five lodges attended, namely, Pendle Hill, Westmead, Holroyd, Greystane's, and Girraween. The president, treasur er and secretary were also absent, so the meeting was postpond until a later date. HOLROYD PROGRESS ASSO _ w . CIATION. The Holroyd Progress Association wet on Thursday evening last, in the Church of England School Hall, Mr. F. A. Kenyon (pres.) presiding. There was a fair attendance. The secretary was instructed to write to the traffic inspector of rail ways asking for two up-to-date drinking fountains to be placed at Merrylands railway station-one on each platform. It was decided to ask Holroyd Council to have street names erect ed; also to proceed with the number ing of houses in Merrylands. Another matter referred to was the condition of the road from the old hotel to the canal, and it was re solved to ask that this be repaired. Mess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

Fairfield Bakery THE CRESCENT. ... v'lfouaiafc is atraight to please; " *$t -my object, too, ;.|ftr-$fedding *nd my birthday cakeB, "* An Just what would suit»you. I'm noted for my bread, j V &y smallgoods take the lead, So come along and buy . . . Your patronage I need. 1 SELL THE BEST BREAD TRY liY TEA CAKES, BUN LOAVES, OR . COFFEE ROLLS COFFEE CAKE, is very nice. My carte deliver everywhere. Just ask the cart to call And you will be satisfied. -1 DON'T KEEP IT. F, G. HENDERSON, Proprietor J. G. McBURNEY & CO. % (Late Collins fit Co.) » t. - SMART STREET. FAIRFIELD " - . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT Regular Supplies of Best Country Pollard and Bran . , Primes! Riverina Oaten and Wh eaten Chaff Poultry Food and Spices of all Kinds Bulk Supplies of Sacaline, Barley. Sunrise Oats, Algerian Oats, Green feast Peas, Canadian Wonder Beans, and »'Garden Seeds. tATON BURNS FERTILISERS. PHONE No.: LIV. 238. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. v 'Distr...

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NEW BROADCASTING ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

NEW BROADCASTING ARRANGE MENTS. At last, a fairly complete resume of the intentions of the Common wealth Government in respect of broadcasting has been elicited by a series of question in Parliament at Canberra. The new plan operates from the 1st July and, in brief, seems to be as follows: After that date, all broadcasting stations will be vested in the Go vernment. They will be of three classes. Firstly, "A" stations, which will be connected by land lines and by short wave relay station, so as to enable them to synchronise a pro gramme throughout the whole of Australia. Programmes will be provided for these by contractors who will be allowed a proportion of wireless license fees to pay for them. Con tracts will be let for a number of years. Secondly, there will be "B" class stations, the number of which will be determined by technical consider ations, though it is not clear wheth er the present ones will be tafcen over. Thirdly, "C" class stations will be created, which will be lea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORPHAN SCHOOL CREEK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

ORPHAN SCHOOL CREEK BRIDGE. Geo. Davis, town clerk, of Fair field wrote that the Bossley Park Progress Association alleged by letter to Fairfield Council that the bridge over Orphan School Creek, at Mimosa Road, on the boundary of Cabra-Vale and Fairfied Municipal ities, was in a very bad state. Would Cabra-Vale Council give consideration to the matter, and notify Fairfield Council.-The matter was referred to the works committee for report.

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HO! ROYD ROADS & STREETS £17,923 FOR 1929 [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

HO.' ROYD ROADS ft STREETS £17,923 FOR 1029 Out of its loan of £50,000 Hol royd Council spenti £17,074 in 1927; £16,239/1/3 in 1928, and in tends to spend £17,923/10/1 this year, as follows: ,Elizabeth-street, estimate £324, Hawksview Road £665, Chetwynd Road £2061, Kenyon's Road £2016, Fowler Road £274, McCredie Road £2520, Burnett-street £1512, Bridge and Fullagar Roads, pipe line £27, Bridge Rd. and Veron-street, exten sion pipe line £8, Veron-street £47, Lytton-street £1233, Centenary Rd. £1408, Prospect Road £2496, Frank lin-street £50/17/6, Sheffield-street £114/3/5, Macfarlane-st £92/6/2 Pitt-street £370, Belmont street £188/2, Mary-street £129/8/2, Mil itary Road £179/10/8, The Esplan ade £219/6/4, Alexandra-street £165/0/6, Hassall-street £59/18/6 Pye-s'. S84/11/3, tSation-st. £300 '11 Lane-st. £190/19,Florence-st £68/8 Western Road £37/16/3, Toong abbie Road, £68/1/3, The Portico £98/6/3. Total for Roads, £14681, total for kerbs and gutters £2354/18/9, contingencies £87/11...

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TENNIS SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

TENNIS SEASON'S FIXTURES. The following is the draw for the Fairfield and District Hard Courts Tennis Association: A GRADE. March 16. Ascot v Hillcrest. Cooringa 1 v Amici. Swannell v Glenroy. Dallarnil v Cooringa 2. March 23. Amici v Ascot. Hilicrest v Cooringa 1. Cooringa 2 v Swannell. Glenroy v Dallarnil B. GRADE-1st Division. March 16 Wangaroa 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 Hillcrest. Monitor v Clarinda. Florentyne v Neidpah. Mavis v Bye B. GRADE-2nd Division. March 16. Sunshine v Wangaroa 2. Allendale 2 v The Wattles. Longfield v Rampview. Marleesh v Ascot. St Paul's v Bye. ' March 23. The Wattles v Sunshine. Wangaroa 2 v Allendale 2. Ascot v Longfield. Rampview v St. Paul's. MarleeBh v Bye.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

r Rftdidand Electrical Supplies 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 &nd numerous other requirements on hand. Ail mokes of Irons, including the Wonderful "Smleani." "Beach," "Hotpoint," "Hecla," "Gurney," etc., Stoves and Ranges. "Dux" Bath and Tap Heater, Rapid Jugs, Kettles eta. "Udisco" all Electric, Semi-Electric and "Aster"' shielded Radio Receivers, together with any other make. It w:l! be to your benefit to call and inspect, or PhoneLiv. 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. ^IHEjrCtMtAKTCED ELECTWCIRON 57/0 THE GUARANTEED IRON THIS PRACTICAL GIFT WILL SHOW THAT YOU HAD YEARS OF HER HAPPINESS IN MIND. S The neatest, worthiest little cast you ever saw, of fireproof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

I WE HAVE TO ANNOUNCE AUTUMN & WINTER DRAPERY Direct from English tod. Australian makers, due March 1. GROCERIES CHEAPER THAN EVER IN OUR CASH & CARRY HENDERSON, PREMIER STORES, CAfiRAMATTA. ALL PAPERS J ALL BOOKS I ALL MAGAZINES 1 R. J. GREGORY, NEWSAGENT & STATIONER OANLEY VALE > SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Having secured the Agency for the Aeolean Company, I am now prepared to supply Gramophones and Records. A good selec tion of the Latest always on hand. Drop in and hear them. Semember: I stick to Oity Prices for Everything. All Classes of Poultry Bought for Cash. Lorry Calls Everywhere Ring, Write, or Call. Phone, UW 9473 L. Alcorn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD I have an Up-to-date Clean Stock of Groceries and Stock only the Best Brands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ON DAILY And Orders are Delivered Same Day as Received , FULL STOCKS OF PRODUCE, WOOD, COAL, AND COKE Ashcroft's Butchery Cabramatta FOR HIGH CLASS MEAT Try our Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

? 'Ph^hei Liv. loi. 'Phone: Liv. 104. j <*;<*? wjmw I GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. | . 5 ST. JOHN'S ROADCANLEY VALE. ?* , ? " * *???.? To and from Sydney Daily. Prompt Attention to all Orders. PRICES REASONABLE. 5 I 'PHONE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. .'S'" '*'£ - i : ?/ ? ' The Yellow House AN ideal SPOT FOR MOTORISTS K y.^EFJlESHRWQNT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE ^ Fruity Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter1# Ice ?'»Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, and Cigarettes; Billycans, and Bathing Costumes Agent for A. M. P. Society, Cabramatta-Liverpool District S. C. JONES, Proprietor HUGH MURPHY SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL Auctioneer and Valuator Real Estate and Commission Agent Farms for Sale and To Let in the Liverpool District Rents Collected Telephone: Liv. 284 . .. Telephone: Uv. 284 " AGENTS FOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE f HARRY GODFREY . ILiVE STOREKEEPER FAIRFIERLD WEST <jupport you...

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General Council Matters [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

General Council Matters The general purposes committee of Fairfield Council has recommtnd ed council to grant permission to A. E. Maddock to erect three additional petrol pumps, subject to all arrears and current rents being paid, and an agreement entered into to pay all future rents. Other recommendations were: _ That council advise that no objec tion was raised to the proposal to bring portion of the land bounded by Charles, Gipps, Polding and Wetheriil streets, under the provisions of the Real Property Act That council authorise the hire of the road roller to Messrs. Sellen and SeHen for one day, at a charge of £3/10* That council grant permission to j Horner to erect a building for a £200 'n Lily"Btreet' at 8 C08t mJ.hat C0Un,eiL Prosecute Messrs. Willmore and Randell for erecting a building for an office, on the Villa wood Estatt, before first obtaining permission from the council. Adopted. ELECTRICITY. The electric light committee of Fairfield Council, on Tuesday night, recomm...

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Publicity Pays. WHAT AMERICA HAS LEARNED. Visitor's Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

Publicity Pays. WHAT AMERICA HAS LEARNED. (By Frank H. Canaday in "Newspaper News.") Vi»ltor*« lapttufatu. When I encounter the frank and friendly deference ' shown ky people of Australia to some of our achievements in America, I feel often that we receive too much credit from people who have done wonderful things themselves. Cer tainly no country in the world sur passes Australia in its cheerful optimism in the face of discourage ments, in its fine determination in the face of obstacles, or in its won derful spirit of eternal enterprise. If there is any room for legiti mate praise to flow from Australia toward America it may possibly be in the fact that in the United States we have recognised a little earlier than Australia the immense con structive value of publicity. I refer not only to the free newspaper com ment that supports important publi.' enterprises, but alBO to the great volume of paid publicity which is the driving force of our American industries. Rarely now do we hear...

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Fixtures and umpires for Saturday, March 16 and 23, 1929. 1st Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

Flihini Mid umpire* for Sut v*d«y, Mftrcb 16 and 23, 1929. 1st Division. .Lansdowne v Ingleburn A (Messrs. Vose and Sullivan). Liverpool v Iionic (Messrs. Don nan ana Bowtell), . Fairfield Juniors v Guildford A (Messrs. Ramsey andJago). 2nd Division. Ingleburn B v Ivy Leaves (Messrs. Clarke and Gonninan).' Canley Vale v Cabramatta (Messrs. Tinker and Scott). Glenfield v Liverpool B. (Messrs. Hatch and Tickner). Guildford B a bye. All matches to be played on first mentioned ground on 1st day, re verse ground for second day's play.

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GOOD AND ILL-TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

GOOD AND ILL-TEMPER. Good temper is an angel bright, Who fills the world with joy and light, Anl' makes our earth a_ heaven.. Ill-temper is a woeful sprite, Who fights against that angel bright, And many a heart has riven. But conscience is' an angel, too, Who often makes ill-temper rue His work of ruination. And when he slinks into his den, Good-temper makfes all bright again, And sunny new creation. -W. H. Hooster. "Sir," said the young man with en thusiasm as he seized the lecturer's hand and shook it warmly. "I cer tainly enjoyed your lecture last night very much indeed." "I am glad to hear that," said the lecturer, "but I didn't see you theVe." "No," admitted the youth, "I wasn't there." "But," said the puzzled spe&ke*',. "how could you enjoy i»y lecture If you wece ,»ot present?" "Oh,J-boufii)t tickets for my girl's parent ioai tirey both want."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

Special Reductions * For one week onlyf for cash BLUE LABEL TEA 2/2 lb. LARGE BARS SOAP, APEX 8id Bar LARGE FLOOR POLISH 1/8 Tin 51b. pkta. S.R. FLOUR 1/8 pkt. 21b. pkta APEX FLOUR 6Jd pkt. LARGE TINS COCOA, 10 oz. nett 1/8 tin LARGE PURE HONEY l/3i Bottle LARGE SAND SOAP 3d Cake NU LINO POLISH 4 id Tin LARGE BOTTLES PICKLES, Mised 8id LARGE MUSTARD PICKLES 8id LARGE APEX FRUIT SALINE 4ftd LARGE CAKES BATH SOAP, 6 cakes fo- 1/ RICH SULTANA CAKE 8!d K. LARGE TINS OF CHEAP J/.MS IN STOCK. ORDERS COLLECTED & DELIVERED. Butter, Bacon and Cheese specialities PLEASE NOTE J. E. Haworth BUSY CORNER, CANLEY VALE. Phone: Liv. 326 Mrs. E. FAY TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE. Pupils prepared for Conservator ium, Associated Board of Examin ations. Fees payable in advance. Arrangements may be left with Mrs. Leathart, Macquarie-st,, Liver pool. MISS R. WHYFOON (From the Studio of Mr. Hector R. Maclean). TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LIVERPOOL ROAD, CANLEY VALE. Miss Alwyn Hardie Expert teacher of...

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BROADCASTING. DISTORTION IN RECEIVING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-Street, Fairfield). DISTORTION 'tit RECEIVING It Bhould be the aim of every set owner, to endeavour to make his re ceiver reproduce as faithfully as possible the original sounds made in the studio of the transmitting station Many receivers', especially home made ones, fail short in this respect, and in some cases the owners are not aware that their receivers are not functioning , correctly, because they have never tested them along side a really good set. In a good many cases the trouble may be locat ed outside thp receiver, and is due to one or all of the following causes: Incorrect valves. Insufficient H.T. voltage. Incorrect grid bias voltage. ' Faulty or inferior speakers. Incorrect valves.-In the earlier days of radio it was common prac tice to .make one type of valye serve the purpose for everything. How ever, now valves possessing different characteristics are employed in !)? various circuits of a receiver; as the sign...

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FAIRFIELD P. & C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

FAIRFIELD P. & C. ASSOCIATION On Monday evening next the an nual meeting of the Fairfield P and C. Association will be held in the Bchool rooms. Important business to be dealt with will be the reception of the balance-sheet and president's annual report, and the election of officers. The report will disclose a very sat isfactory year's work; and the asso ciation is anxious for a good attend ance at the meeting, because, with this meeting rests the control and management for the ensuing twelve months. The association has a splen did record in membership, and as re gards good work in the past. Other business for the meeting will be to arrange the syllabus for 1929, and to receive, and answer any questions. After the meeting there *ill be social items and duicing.' "Lumme, 'Erb, I feel like a glass o' beer J" "I wish yer was!"

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BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE—1at Division. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE-lat Diviiion. Batting. R. Learmonth, Fairfield Juniors, 46 Jim Stewart, Fairfield Juniors, n.o., 38 Roth well, Inglcburn 21 Williams, Ingleburn 19 G. GibbB, Lansdowne n.o., .. .. 33 E. Corby, Fairfield Juniors .. 17 Bowling. C. Britten, Ionic 6/25 A. Barnes, Fairfield Juniors 6/40 R. Learmonth, Fairfield Juniors 4/6 W Barrett, Fairfield Juniors, 4/40 E. Clarke, Ingleburn .. .. 3/14.

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CRICKET NEWS No. 2 COMPETITION TABLE 1st Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

CRICKET NEWS No. 2 COMPETITION TABLE 1st Division. Fairfield Juniors 4 Guildford A. ...... 4 Ionics ?. . . 2 Ingleburn A. *. 2 Lansdowne 0 Liverpool A. 0 2nd Division. > Canley Vale 4 Guildford B 4 Glenfieid ...... .. 4 Ivy Leaves 0 Ingleburn B 0 Cabramatta 0 Liverpool B 0

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