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B. GRADE 2nd Division. CABRAMATTA v GUILDFORD "B" Played at Canley Vale. GUILDFORD—1st Innings.. 207 CABRAMATTA—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

B. GRADE 2nd DiTiiion. CABRAMATTA v GUILDFORD "B" Played at Canley Vale. GUILDFORD-1st Innings .. 207 _ CABRAMATTA-1st Innincrs. U. Chalmers, b L. Buggy ,. ... 8 M. McNamara, c Williams, b J. Davis .. .. 2 J. Ellis, b L. Buggy ...... 22 F. Stone, c sub., b J. Davis .. .. 44 A. McNamara, b C.| Gleeson .. 3 E. Mortimer, c sub., b L. Buggy 0 R. Breedon, not out .... 2 A. Bate, run out 3 A. Allan, c Williams, b H. Allen 0 E. Steele, c Williams, b H. Allen 0 M. Garthe, b C. Gleeson .... 3 Sundries 3 Total 90 Bowling: H. Allen 2/11, J. Davis 2/37, L, Buggy 3/20, F. Gough 0/16, C. Gleeson 2/3. CABRAMATTA-2nd Innings. D. Chalmers, c Williams, b H. Allen 1 M. McNamara, b L. Buggy .... 8 J. Ellis, c L. Buggy, b H Allen 6 F. Stone, c S. Buggy, b H. Allen 2 A. McNamara, b L. Buggy .. .. 16 E. Mortimer, b L. Buggy .... 0 B. Breedon, run out 0 A. Bate, b C. Gleeson 13 A. Alien, b L. Buggy 0 R. Steele, not out 0 M. Garthe, b L. Buggy .... 0 Sundries .. .. .. . > .. S Total .." 51 Bowling: J. Da...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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B. GRADE 1st Division. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v LANSDOWNE. Played at Fairfield Oval. LANSDOWNE—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

B. GRADE lit Division. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS ? LANS DOWNE. Played at Fairfield Oval. LANSDOWNE-1st Innings. J. Davidson Ben., b Barnes * .. 1 F. Coyle, b Barnes 23 K. Rowsell, b Barnes 0 E. Preston, c Learmonth, b Barnes 0 J. DavidBon, jnr., run out .. .. 16 F. Gibbs, b Barrttt 1 C. Preston, c Bowtell, b Barrett 9 W. Hancock, c Douglas, b Barrett 16 G. Gibbs, not out 33 C. Fretton, c A. Barrett, b W. Barrett 4 R. Armstrong, c Douglas, b Barnes 4 Sundries 7 Total 119 Bowling: R. Learmonth 0/33, A. Barnes 5/40, W. Barrett 4/40. FAIRFIELD First Innings 146 Second Innings. R. Learmonth, c and b Preston 45 E. Corby, b Gibbs 17 W. Assmussen, Ibw, b Coyle .. 14 W. Barrett, cand b Coyle .... 0 N. Bowtell, not out 4 Jim Stewart, not out 38 O. Douglas, ibw., b Coyle .... 12 Sundries 10 Innings closed 5 for .. .. 139 LANSDOWNE-2nd Innings E. Preston, not out 11 G. Gibbs, c W. Barrett, b Lear month .. 0 C. Fretton, b Learmonth .... 0 R. Armstrong, b Learmonth .. 0 F. Coyle, b Learmonth .... 4 Total...

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LIVERPOOL. CHILDREN'S BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

LIVERPOOL^ CHILDREN'S BALL The children's fancy-drew ball, held at Liverpool in Tuesday night, in support of the Maris Stella Queen, Miss Marjorie Brewer, was a splen did function, and will help to con siderably augment the funds, A sacred concert is to be held in aid of the "Blue Bird" Queen, in the Liverpool competition, and the - Scarlet Runners will conduct a dance1 for Miss WJildrcd Murray their candi date. LIVERPOOL SHOW. Entries for the Liverpool show next Friday and'Saturday, bid fair to be a record in number. A spec ial attraction will be the wood chopping contests-local and all comers; in the latter some of Aus ralia's champions will be competing. TWO CYCLES COLLIDE. A motor cyclc and side car collided with another motor cycle on Liverpool Road on Sunday. The three occupants in the first-men tioned and the rider of the solo machine escaped severe injury, al though GBrnett Davis "13 sustain ed a wound in his check which re quired six stitches. Mrs. Davis suf fered from shoc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fairfield Municipal Council. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

TUESDAY MIGHT'S MEETING Fairfield Council met on. Tuesday night, the Mayor (Aid. H. C, Clancy) presiding; other aldermen present were: Aid. Sharpe, Stimson, Took er, Gillies, Anderson, Burleigh, Brocklehurst and King. CORRESPONDENCE, P. Bashford, of Harris-street, write concerning the payment oi rates, generally by land owners. He said he did not think there were many who would not pay promptly if they could, but with trade bad, un employment, time-payment systems, etc., ready cash was not always avail able. -The letter was received, Aid. Burleigh remarking that in cases of distress the requests were consid ered by Council. Milton Carter, Fairfield, complain ed of storm water flowing through his property in Station-st., and ask ed that the water be turned down Marlborough-Bt.-To be informed there is an easement through the property, which is the correct water course. J. W. Cox, Carramar, complained of the water-tables in Laurel-st. They smelt badly and bred mosquit oes. A bit of imp...

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NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

NARROW ESCAPE. Fairfield Council narrowly escap ed prosecution for a breach of the motor traffic regulations. It has a road roller, whicn needs a registered number plate, But for some time this "vehicle" was in use without any number-a name, but no number. It appears that the plate came to the Council Chamber and was signed for, and put on the electrical engineer's Ford car by mistake. Subsequently the error was discovered and the number plate was handed back to Liverpool police. Mayor Clancy " has had the matter rectified, and the old roller is as Up-to-date as a Rolls-Royce, proud ly proclaiming by its number that it belongs to the vast army of regis tered motors.

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

Leaving the District TO HOMESEEKERS & INVESTORS Two WELL-BUILT COTTAGES, land 50 x 327 each. Frontage to two main streets, good situations. No J Cottagt: Six rooms, three rooms 14 x 14, one 14 x 18, two 10 x 10, large back. and front verandahs, laundry, bath, outhouses, garage, electric light, city water, etc. £960 No. 2 COTTAGE: Pour rooms, one room 14 x 16, one 11 x 14, and two 10 J x 14, bath, fixed tubs, city water, electric light, and all conveniences. These two properties are well worth inspection, being not five minutes from the station. Gas available. £760 Cash; Terms can be arranged. Apply to the Owner, on the prem isses, A. E. A. JOHNSON, St. Leon ards, Cabramatta-road. Cabramajtta. FINAL FLUTTER! Vote for Guildford's local Popular Girl Miss M. THULBURN . Select Mask Dance To be held in the ELITE HALL, GUILDFORD, on TUESDAY, MARCH 19. Herrman's Orchestra. Refreshments. Admission: Ladies 2/, Gents 2/6. Proceeds for Guildford's Local Popular Girl, Miss M. THULBURN. S...

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

Hotel Cabram&ttfa RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA STATION " J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRIETOR Telephonet Liverpool 166 Specially Selected 3/- a Bottle Free Delivery of All District Orders Tooth*Txkx Ale All Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandies, Vfines Ales, and Stouts, at STRICTLY CITY PRICES CABRAMATTA BOOT STORE L. KERSHAW NEXT TO HENDERSON'S Best Quality Lowest Prices Latest Styles All Classes of Footwear Repairs Neatly Executed Best Quality Leather The man who puts the Wear in Foot we v YOUR New Car ALL BRITISH is in the Range THERE IS AN AUSTIN MODEL THAT WILL JUST SUIT YOUR PURPOSE. AND, MOREOVER. SUIT YOUR POCKET AS WELL. EVERY AUSTIN CAR WILL BEAR THE CLOSEST COMPARISON WITH CARS OF FAR GREATER FIRST COST. WHILST NO CAR CAN BE COM PARED WITH AN AUSTIN FOR ECONOMY OF UP KEEP AND LASTING SATISFACTION. AUSTINS ARE BUILT TO LAST AND TO GIVE THE PURCHASER THE MAXIMUM SATISFACTION. IT IS AFTER 50,000 MILES AND MORE OF ECONOMICAL OWNERSHIP THAT THE TRUE WORTH OF AN AUSTIN BECOMES APPARENT, AND. ...

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"Gang of Thieves." RUNNING LOOSE AT SMITHFIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

"Gang of Thiew*." AUNNi NtJ LOOSEA?SMf THFlELto Mr. G. W, Townley, of Smithfield, appears to possess a bump of hum our ao far developed that be is able to deal .with serious matter* in light er and actually more effective vein. He wrote to Fairfield Council an interesting letter, which came before Tuesday night's meeting. Mr. Townley told the aldermen that a friend, bound . for another "colony," authorised him to sell a property. He was not, however, suc cessful in disposing of the land. He now asked the council of anybody (Qjclc, Tom or'Harry) was entitled ? to take away the timber from this property. It was not so much the timber they removed; as the fact that they left leaves behind, which were likely to be dangerous in case of bush fireB. Mr. Townley then referred to his own land. He had gone to the ex pense of wire-netting it, 5 feet or 6 feet high, to protect fruit trees, in order to help his wife, who was in indifferent health. But his garden was robbed every year. This year ...

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PROPERTY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

PROPERTY AUCTION. Messrs. Gibson Bros., in conjunc tion with Mr. S. G. Chambers, will conduct an auction sale of property at Fairfield on Saturday, March 23. The advt. is in this issue.

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CHORAL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

CHORAL CONCERT The fourth concert by the Pair field and District Choral Society will be held in the Crescent Theatre on Thursday, May 2.

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LUCKY EUCHRE PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

LUCKY EUCHRE PLAYERS. The prize-winners at the euchre party held at Crescent Theatre, Pair field, on Monday last were:-Ladies: Mrs. Condon (ham), Mrs. Hill (pair drakes), Mrs. Heydon (pair ducks), Mrs. Adams (pair roosters), Mrs. Blakey (doz. tins fruit), Mrs. Hilton (6 tins fruit). Gents: Mrs. Cuth bert (Ham), Mr. Finn (pair drakes), Mrs. Moore (pair ducks), . Mr. Holmes (pair roosters), Mr. Barni cot (doz, tins fruit), Mr. Marshall (6 tins fruit). Next Monday night there will be another one of these popular entertainments, when the usual good prizes will be offered. Card players are always assured of a good time at this evtnt.

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CORONIAL INQUIRIES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

CORONIAL INQUIRIES The Liverpool District Coroner, Mr. P. S. Pullman, on Tuesday con ducted three coronial inquiries at Liverpool Court House. He found that Michael Thomas O'Flynn, who was found dead near Cabramatta, died as the result of heart failure. In the case of a recent fire in a cottage at Cabramatta, an open ver dict was returned; and in the third case he found that, John Joseph Kelly, a trainee, who was killed at Liverpool owing to injuries receiv ed when his horse fell with him, met his death by accident.

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COPPER MINING INDUSATY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

COPPER MINING INDUSATY As is well known to all those in terested in milling, the copper indus try has for many years past been under a cloud owing1 to the relatively low price which copper has been bringing in the English, American Continental markets. The low price of metal on the one hand, and the increased cost of mining and mark eting on the other hand, have in the past almost entirely eliminated cop per mining in New South Wales. It is therefore, very gratifying to note ithat very substantial increases have recently taken place in the _ world's price of copper, and the price now ? offered should enable many of the closed mines to rc-open, and should also induce prospectors to seek new deposits. The price quoted for elec trolytic copper to-day (Monday, 4th March, 1929) is £90/10, which it will be realised is an excellent figure and one at which profitable mining should be possible. We are advised by the Electrolytic Refining and Smelting Company, whose works are situated at Port...

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Liverpool Court. THURSDAY'S SITTING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

..LiverpoolCourt. ?? THURSDAY'S SITTING At Liverpool Court on Thursday, before Mr. F. D.H, Sutherland, a lone list of cases was dealt with, several in thf, children's Court. Herbert Herford Hodges was chained with being found drunk in Liverpool Road, Fairfield. He for feited his % recognisance of 10/. Charles Selvy was charged with a breach of the Traffic Act, by reason of his not having a lamp affixed to the off-Bide of the rear of hiB motor car, at Liverpool. He pleaded guilty, but said he did not know until he reached home that the globe had burnt out. He was fined £1, costs 5/6. George Charles Stenton was charg ed with behaving in a riotous man ner in Smpirt-st., Fairfield, on Feb ruary 23. He pleaded guilty. Stenton waB also charged, on two counts, with using indecent lang uage, once within hearing of per sons in Nelson-street, Fairfield. For riotous behaviour he was fined £1; for the first charge of indecent lanuage £3, and for the second charge 3. Sergeant Holman and Constabl...

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

, Lino, and Hosiery , ' TOWELS sff« are showing a wonderful Range of Colored Towels at Exceptional Value, which will satisfy the keenest shopper, 1/8, 1/41, 1/6, 2/41, 2/9, 8/6, 4/8 LINOLEUMS. Gome and see our new lot of LinoleumB in a good Variety of Designs and Colorings to suit every Room in the house. Very Heavy quality 6ft. wide 7/11 per yardr. LADIES HOSE. We stock a very fine assortment of Hose. Bond's Sylk-arto In all shades 6/11. Bond's Nit-2-Fit, in new tonings, 4/11. Bond'e Fully Fashioned Hose, Pure Silk, in. all thp newest tonings 10/6. MAKE USE OP OUR LAY-BY. WE TAKE CASH ORDERS. Woods, D?.~drfi>rd POMEROY SALE ROOMS, WARE STREET, FAIRFIELD (Next ProteBtant Hall). STUART G. CHAMBERS AUCTIONEER, SECOND-HAND DEALER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. HOUSES TO LET and FOR SALE, Always on hand. FURNITURE BOUGHT and SOLD, Highest Prices given. GIVE US A TRIAL, YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE. Local Agents for-BRITISH TRADERS INSURANCE CO., LTD. FIRE, MARINE...

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

FAIRFIELD & DISTRICT CHORAL SOCIETY. MEMBERS and others are noti fied that the above Society will hold its fourth. GRAND CONCERT in CRESCENT THEATRE, on THURSDAY, MAY 2. 3. DAVIS, Hon. Sec. J. J. CROYAL ACACIA-ST., CABRAMATTA. District Agent for Singer SeWing Mathintes Murray Bros. CParramatta) 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 Commonwealth Loan A gilt edged investment (or 10 year*. Get the best out of your investment!. Whether you have £10 of £10,000, take advantage of this new Com. monwealth Loan. Issued at par, and bearing interest at 5} per cent. No STATE INCOME TAX is payable on your interest, and you can Bell your investment at any tim...

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EYES ON THE 6.15 [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

EYES ON THE 6.1S The Railway Commissioners have replied to the Fairfield Council's letter complaining of the late runn ing of the 6.15 a.m. train from Fairfield to Sydney. They state of 25 trips during February the train arrived at Sydney on time on 11 oc casions; it was 3 to 5 minutes late on nine occasions; 6 minutes late once, and 7 minutes late once. The lateness was due to unavoidable causep, but thiB train was now being specially watched to ensure that it would arrive punctually in future.

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

PERSONAL Rev H E Davies, superintendent of the Campbelltown Circuit, will be visiting; this circuit next Sunday, in «xchange for Rev. G. W, Johnston, who has been deputed by tht Home Mission Society to visit Camp belltown as Home Mission Deputa tion. Mr, Davies will conduct the services at Cabramatta, Smithfteld and Fairfield in the mornigg, after noon and evening: respectively. » . » Mr. Gilbert Wright, of "The Pines," Milton-street, Fairfield, has just returned from a motor tour of the western districts, taking in Cow ra and other important towns en route. His health is greatly improv ed by the change. Mr. Gilbert! says the western districts are looking well. . . . * Dr. Gilchrest, of Fairfield, who for some months has been an inmate of a private hospital, returned home on Sunday. He is looking very well; but it will be some time before he re sumes practice. * * * Mr. A. E. A. Johnston, late pro prietor of "The Biz," is leaving the district, and the Mayor of Cabra Vale (Aid. 3. G....

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A PRIVATE MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 16 March 1929

A PRIVATE MATTER. H. King, of Smithfield, wrote to Tuesday .night's meeting of Fairfield Council stating that a contractor had left lefcfc^ges in his house. He had twice yrritten - and asked him to effect repairs, but the contractor took no notice. The place was rend ered miserable and injurious to health, and he asked council to take a hand in the matter. < The Mayor ppinfcd out the matter did not concern the council, and Aid. Sharpe and Burleigh- moved that £hg writer J>p so informed.

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

A Public Meeting will be held in CABRA-VALE TOWN HALL, on MONDAY, MARCH 18 at 8 p.m. to arrange for a Testimonial to Mr. A. E. A. Johnston ("Biz"), who is leaving the district. J. G. McBURNEY, Mafcror. St. John's Park School of Arts EASTER BALL MARCH 30 Full Orchestra, New-time Dances. Prizes {or best Evening Dras. Prizes for Dancers. 4 Seagrass Chairs or Tables for Euchre, 4 other prizes. Gents 2/6,' LadieB 2/. Refreshments. T. HUNT, Organiser. A. OLLIS, Hon. £>dc.

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