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GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL Granville Wants it [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL Granville Wants it At Granville Council meeting on Tuesday night Aid. Adadma present ed the following notice of motion: "Thalt in view of pressed statement that a girls' high school is to be built in Parramatta, this council appoint-' three delegates to interview the Minister for Education to point out to him the suitability of Granville for this school, and also to bring before him the great need for the establish ment of a Domestic Science School in Granville, the present accommoda tion being inadequate; and that Mr. W. T. Ely, M.L.A., be asked to arrange and introduce the deputa tion."--Aid. McGill, Adams and Townwpd were appointed delegates.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUILDFORD. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

GUILDFORD. OBITUARY. The death occurred on Wednesday night, at Auburn District Hospital, of Mr. S. Swantou, of Salisbury Road, Guildford. Heart failure dur ing a severe attack of pneumonia was the cause of death. Deceased leaves a wife and two young children. Mr. RAYMOND SINDELL. At 3 pm. on Monday afternoon, the death occurred, at his parents' home, Guildford, of Mr. Ray Sin del, aged 26 years, a well-known and popular carrier, of Fairfield. De ceased was a single man. For a numbtr of years he had been in business here. Some time ago be met with an accident, in which bis kidneys were badly crushed. He was a hard working man, and like the rest of the members of the Sindel family, was very popular. The remains were interred in Rookwood cemetery on Wednesday, the funeral being largely attended. CRICKET. In the competition cricket match against Guildford on Saturday Went worthville compiled 206, Warren Hutchens being responsible for 10G. The Guildford figures are, three for 37. WEDDING...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

M. RAY 4 Has opened a BOOT AND SHOEMAKER AND REPAIRING BUSINESS Premises Opposite Smith Bros, agency. MERRYLANDS. Workmanship Guaranteed-Price* Moderate-Prompt Execution. Singer Sewing Machine access ories in Stock.

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RAILWAY STATION WANTED AT WARWICK FARM [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

RAILWAY STATION WANTED AT WARWICK FARM R. McMiles sent to Liverpool Council to urge the Railway Com missioners to construct a railway station at the junction of the graat southern line, and Hume Highway, near Warwick Farm. The Mayor, Aid. Fitzpatrick, the town clerk (Mr. Marsh) and Colonel de Meyrick, together with representa tives of the A. J. C. and D. and W. Murray Ltd., were appointed dele gates to form a deputation, on the matter.

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THE INFANTS' THANKS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

THE INFANTS' THANKS Miss C. McKay, mistress of the infants' department at Fairfield school, wrote to the P. and C. Asso ciation at Monday night's meeting thanking that body for its donation of £10 towards the infants' library. She wished the association every success.

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"NO FUNDS" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

"NO FUNDS" Aid. Rainbow, at Holroyd Council meeting on Tuesday night: "The trouble with this council is that we have no maintenance gang." The Mayor: "And no money to pay them if we had them." Aid. Rainbow: 'Then we should reply to these requests by saying straight out that we have no funds."

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GRANVILLE P. & C. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

GRANVILLE P. & C. ASSOCIATION. The following' officers have been elected to the P. and C. Association for the ensuing year: Patron, Aid. McGill (Mayor); president, Aid. J. S. Townsond; v-p's, Messrs. C. Olfen and E. Williams; treasurer, Mr. H. J. Percival; sec retary, Mr. W. F. Noble. SOCCER. Granville soccer team met the Canterbury Magpies, on Saturday and had a good win. To-day (Sat.) they play Glades ville, at Gladesville. CARS COLLIDE Two cars collided on the southern road, Liverpool, on Sunday. As a result, Robert Oxford, of Bankstown Augustine Heise, of Camden, Maria Heise and Thomas Oxford, of Camp belltown were tafken to Liverpooi Hospital suffering from abrasions. CAR OVERTURNS The Liverpool Ambulance was call el to Liverpool Road near Denham Court on Saturday, to convey to Liverpool Hospital the victims of a motor accident. Harry Tubb, Bert Hooper and John Dobson, of Sefton Park, and Prank Riley, of Regents Park, were injured. The car ran down an embankment, throwi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Fairfield PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL Phone 301 J Liverpool Phone 301 J Liverpool Nurse Podmore, A. T. N. A. (Registered) (Certificated Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney) ADDRESS: "ST. KEVERN," BARBARA ST,. FAIRFIELD (Near the Fire Station) Outdoor and Indoor Cases Attended. All Parts Visited Nervous Diseases, Baby Welfare, and Maternity Cases Attended

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

1 Special Red uctions For cash BLUB LABEL TEA ; 2/2 lb. LARGE BARS SOAP, APEX Sid Bit LARGE FLOOR POLISH 1/8 Tin Sib. pkts. S.R. FLOUR 1/8 pkt. 21b. pkta APEX FLOUR «id pkt. LARGE TINS COCOA, 16 oz. natt 1/8 tin LARGE PURE HONEY l/3» Bottle LARGE SAND SOAP 8d Cake NU LINO POLISH 4|d Tin LARGE BOTTLES PICKLES, Mixed Sid LARGE MUSTARD PICKLES Bid LARGE APEX FRUIT SALINE * 4id LARGE CAKES BATH SOAP, 6 cakes to. 1/ RICH SULTANA CAKE 8id lb. LARGE TINS OF CHEAP JAMS IN STOCK. ORDERS COLLECTED & DELIVERED. Butter, Bscon and Cheese specialities PLEASE NOTE J. E. Haworth BUSY CORNER, CANLEY VALE. Phone: Liv. 326.

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Over 100 Babies YOUNG AUSTRALIA ADMIRED [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Over 100 Babies YOUNG AUSTRALIA ADMIRED Guildford's carnival week is over, ana the soi.tds of revelry by night have died away. People are now recalling the fun they had during the week-and inaybe now and then they give a passing thought to the money they spent. "Oh, well, we spent it well," they say, and there are no regrets. "I'd live the same life over if I had to live again," Bang Adam Lindsay Gordon, and it meets the ease in regard to Guildford's week of carnival life. Babies ! "And although the didn't fight the dogs or bite the cats, or cat the cheeses out of the vats, or even spoil men's Sunday hats," they must have been very nearly as num erous as the Ilamlin rats. But any thing less like rats it would be im possible to find. They were not even brats, but the bonniest babies imaginable. There were some that couldn't quite crawl; others just beginning to chatter, and on and on through various stages of accomplishment, up to the very capable ones of 18 months old. Most of these...

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"I'LL CATCH 'EM" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

'I'LL CATCH 'EM" Writing to Holroyd Council G. Levitt drew attention to the wilful instruction of the street lamps in McCredie Road, Guildford. They were out a couple of weeks ago, and were replaced last Wednesday, but this eveniner (11th) they had been broken again. Surely council could set a trap to catch those responsible as they seem to be broken during the daytime, he wrote. The Mayor suggested that Aid. Warnock mitrht catch the offenders. "Alright, I'll catch 'em," said Aid. Warnock. and the matter was'left in fab hands.

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MERRYLANDS PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

MERRYLANDS PROGRESS Building continues rapidly in Mevrylands. At Tuesday night's Council meeting building applications were approved for 9 cottages and one fibro-sheet factory. Applica tions for the entire municipality totalled in value £7,275.

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UNEMPLOYED QUESTION OF RATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

UNEMPLOYED QUESTION OF RATIONS Mr. Jas. McGirr, M.L.A., speak ing in Legislative Assembly asked the Premier, as representing the Minister for Labor and Industry, if he would make representations to his colleague to see of something could be done to relieve the unfortunate people in the outer metropolitan areas who are out of work ? To-day, said Mr. McGirr, "while those people are entitled to rations because of their unemployment, they are com pelled to come to Sydney, a distance in many cases of twenty miles, in order to get those rations. That is a great hardship for men who are un employed, and I would like the Prem ier to see if something cannot be done in the way of providing ra tions locally, or enabling those men to obtain passes for the purpose of coming to Sydney to get the rations from the Benevolent Institution. For men who are out of work and have been out of work for weeks and months, and many of whom have large families, the position is that they cannot pay train and bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

L. E. Young & Co. ONLY WHERE SUCH VALUES CAN BE SECURED. Hardware Merchants and Importers Builders' and Plumbers' Suppliers, Home Furnishers Phone UW9465, all Depts. MERRYLANDS, "Regina" 10" Lawn Mowers, 8" wheels, 5" blades, 37/6. 12" Lawn Mower, 8" wheel, 5" blades 40/. 12" Paragon Ball Bearing, 5" blade, 8" wheel, 49 /. 2 Stainless Knives given away with every Cash Purchase of £1 or over. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN WIRE NETTING 6ft. x 2" Mesh, 19 Gauge, per roll, 5(f yards 6ft. 20/6; 5ft. 17/6; 4ft. 13/9; 3ft. 10/6; 2ft 6in. 9/3; 2ft. 7/7. GALV. CORR. IRON, Baldwin'. "Phoenix Crown" (26 Gauge), per ton-SW. to 8ft. £25/10; 9ft. £26 10ft. £26/10. If Half-ton of one sice or half-ton of mixed it ordered then same rate is charged which is a follows per .beet:-Sft. 2/2; 6ft. 2/7j 7ft. 3/0|t 8ft. 3/6; 9ft. 4/; 10ft. 4/7. /. Lesser Quantities, per sheet-5ft. 2/4( 6ft. 2/9j 7ft. 3/3j 8ft. 3/9; 9ft. 4/3J; 10ft. 4/11. . J Number of sheets of Galv. Iron, 26 approx. to 1 ton-5ft. 236; 6ft. 1...

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Fixtures and Umpires, for Saturday March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

FMurei tnd Umpirei. for Satur day March 23. 1st Division. L&nsdowne v Ingleburn at Ingle burn (Messrs. Vose and Sullivan). Liverpool v Ionic at Fairfield (Messrs. Donnan and Bowtell). Fairfield Juniors v Guildford A at St. John's Park (Messrs Ramsay anl Jagro). . . 2nd Division. Ingleburn v Iw Leaves at Lans downe (Messrs. Clarke and Goninan). Can!ey* Vale v Cabramatta at Cab ramatta (Messrs Tinker and Scott). Glenfield v Liverpool at Liverpool (Messrs. Hatch and Tickner). Guildford B a bye.

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MERRYLANDS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

MERRYLANDS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION The annual meeting of the Nat ional Association, Mcrrylands branch, wag held in the Church of England Hall, last week, the president, Mr. E. Harrison, presiding. Election of Officer*. After the reading and adoption of the satisfactory report and balance sheet, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mr. S. Harrison re elected) ; vice-president, Messrs. R. Becker and S. W. Latty; treasurer, Miss Becker; secretary, Mr, F. A. ICenyon (pro tem). Mr. Kenyon proposes to retire from this position, but was prevailed upon to carry on for the time being. Committee: Messrs. F. Wastell, W. Hcally, E. Rannard, J. J. Murphy. Delegates to annual conference, Messrs. F. A. Kenyon and E. Har rison; to executive council, Mr. E. Harrison; to electorate conference Parramatta, Messrs. R. Becker and J. Murphy. CRICKET. Merryands "B" grade met Merry lands "True Blues" <n competition cricket on Saturday. Scores: "B" grade 1st innings, 6...

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B. GRADE—2nd Division. INGLEBURN v IVY LEAVES Played at Ingleburn. IVY LEAVES—1st innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

B. GRADE-2nd Division. INGLEBURN v IVY LEAVES Played at Inglebum. IVY LEAVES-1st innings. C. Smart, b J. Hopping 0 D. Short, b T. Connell .. .... 14 F. Mills, b J. Stanford .. .. .. 11 A.. Middleton, c Bridgement, b J. Bopping .... .... 5 J. Jackson, c G. Sindel, b W. ' Allen . . 6 A. Osborne, b J. Stanford .. .. 0 W. Osborne, c and b J. Hopping 1 E. Clarke,"not out 11 E, Tinker, c J. McNamara, b G. Sindel 6 G. Osborne, b P. Papworth .... 2 D. Smitb, b E. Hardens .... 1 Sundries 1 Total 66 Bowling: J. Hopping 3/21, J. Stanford 2/14, W. Allen 1/2, T. Connell 1/6, P. Papworth 1/6, G. Sindel 1/0, E. Harders 1/0. INGLEBURN- 1st innings R. McNamara, c and b A. Osborne 26 j. McNamara, b F. Mills .... 35 F. Bridgement, b F. Mills .... 1 E. Harders, b F. Mills 0 G. Sindel, b F. Mills 0 J. Hopping, b D. Short 9 A. Sindel, b F. Mills 0 J. Stanford c and b Jackson .. 21 P. Papworth, run out 5 T. Connell, not out 9 W. Allen, absent 0 Total 113 Bowling: A. Osborne 1/26, J. Jackson 1/17, D. Short...

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No Money for Wages. HOLROYD COUNCIL'S PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

No Money for Wages. HOLROYD COUNCIL'S PROBLEM How to pay tho staff's wages to morrow That was the problem Hol royd aldermen were asked to solve on Tuesday night. The clerk reported that the coun cil had a debit balance of £8636/17/1 and the limit of overdraft was £71)00. In addition unpaid accounts totalled £450. This made £1185/17/1 owing-and no money to pay it with. Someone suggested that the bank wouldn't turn a cheque down. "Will you take the risk of a sur charge " asked the clerk. Then he added, disconsolately; "Thores' no money for the wages tomorrow." ' The aldermen turned down a pro posal to increase the overdraft to the full possible limit, and decided to ask the bank to increase the overdraft by £2600. When this is available, the amount of £1185/17/1 will be eaten up at once; so, unless the rates come in, things will be serious again. The office staff is issuing rate notices at a speed never before heard of.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

'Phone: Liverpool 132 F. T. WHITLOW SURGEON DENTIST Opp. Council Chambers WARE ST., FAIRFIELD HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays 9 to 12.30, 2 to 5.30. Saturday 9 to 12.30. Evenings: Tuesday and Friday, 7 to 9, H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutics] Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone: Liv. 259 A. S. Finney, Liverpool & Canley Vale 'PHONE: LIV. 267. LOCAL AGENT NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COY., LTD. Fire, Accident, Workmen's Com pensation, and Marine. Gibson Brothers Estate and General Agents Property Salesmen THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Conveyance Provided for Inspection Rents Collected Insurances Effected P. J. McDONALD Opposite Post Office, Fairfield For Accountancy, Typing, and General Clerical Work Income Tax Returns Expertly Prepared Agent for London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd. All Classes Of Insurance Effected .Funds to Lend on Furniture,. Pianos, Deeds of Land, &c. M^bpne LiV. 200 (Direct to House) ? WNurse Crossland (Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Pa...

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THE COSTLY MOSQUITO [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

THE COSTLY MOSQUITO At the mosquito conference held in Sydney recently a resolution was carried as a result of which all councils in the metropolitan area will be requested to contribute one tenth per cent of revenue to estab lish a fund to commence operations for the eradication of the mos quito. Inspector Haigh reported to this effect to Holroyd Council.

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