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Fairfield Boy Scouts THE "WHITE" CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Fairfield Boy Scouts THE "WHITE" CUP He first annual patrol competi tion for the "White" Silver Gup w«k held on Saturday aftcrnoifl last, at Mark Lodge. .Mr. Mundy, Divisional supt. of St. J-ill'i A.mbulnnce, was the examiner for first-aid. Commissioner King, Granville dis trict, kindly sent Rover Scouts Cooper, Grate and McDonald to examine for knot tying, compass, flags, Morse signalling, uniform and discipline. Three patrols competed:-Doves, led by Leader B. Stackpool; Kooka burras, led by Leader R. Sharman; Coachwhips, by acting Leader Shel ley. For three or four hours the exam iners were hard at work. Results: Doves 495.B, Coachwhips 384.5, Kookaburras 377.B. The presentation of the cup was deferred to a later date, as Mr. White was unable to be present. S. M. Wilcock, in thanking the examiners, called for three cheers which were heartily given. CHURCH'PAR At)E. On Sunday evening Fairfield Scouts attended a church parade at St. Barnabas' Church, when "Scouts' Own' ' service was...

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

Hotel Cabramaffla RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA STATION J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRIETOR Telephone: Liverpool 166 Specially Selected Wines 3/-a Bottle Free Delivery of All District Orders Tooth's XXX Ale * All Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines Ales, and Stouts, at STRICTLY CITY PRICES CABRAMATTA BOOT STORE L. KERSHAW NEXT TO HENDERSON'S Best Quality Lowest Prices Latest Styles AH Classes of Footwear Repairs Neatly Executed Best Quality Leather The man who puts the Wear in Footwe sr YOUR New Car ALL BRITISH 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, REMEMBER...

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COUNCIL MEETING PLACE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

COUNCIL MEETING PLACE Holroyd Council has changed its meeting quarters. They met on Tuesday nights in the main hall. The meetings generally attract 20 or 30 ratepayers as onlookers, and the small room was becoming too crowded.

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STRAYING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

STRAYING STOCK. The effort to get rid of straying stock is costing the Holroyd Council money. In addition to a refund (re ferred to elsewhere) an impounded animal was sold for £1, leaving £2/11 costs. The owner now claim ing the animal Is, according: to the inspector, liable to the council for that amount. That is, in addition to having lost the animal.

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SUNDAY SPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

SUNDAY SPORT The following noticc of motion .was placed before Granville Council meeting on Tuesday night, by Aid. Porter: "That a notice board be erected in Colquhoun Park prohibit ing cricket, football and other sports being played therein on Sundays." -Carried unanimously.

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HEALTH AND TEMPERANCE EXAMINATION. AWARDS PRESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

HEALTH AND TEMPERANCE EXAMINATION. AWARDS PRESENTED. At the annual meeting of Fair field P. and C. Association, the prizes awarded to pupils who were successful in the recent "Health and Temperance" exam., under the aus pices of the Education Department, were present. In handing over the prizes, Mr. Don Campbell (then secretary) spoke a few congratulating words to the successful students, and exhorted them to continue in their studies. They were: Special prize, book: Gwen Shorten, certificates: Ivy Spavkes, Patricia Ropers, Phyllis Cox, Ronald Pike, Isabel Young, James Semple, An thony Davey, Marshal Berry, Olive Campbell, Louisa Assmussen, Frank Stein, Heather Radford. Laura Mc Leod, Fred Johnson and Gwen Givens. The young people are to be com mended on their success.

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R.S. & S.I. LEAGUE FAIRFIELD SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

R.S. & S.I. LEAGUE FAIRFIELD SUB-BRANCH. AH Diggers will be pleased to hear that Major-General C. F. Cox, who is also one of N.S.W. representatives in the Senate, has kindly consented to deliver the address at the united commemoration service on Anzac Sunday, at Fairfield. "Fighting Charlie" needs no introduction to the Diggers, especially those "Light Horsemen," who served under his command, and the public of Fair field can rest assured that an Anzac oration from such * a distinguished soldier will repay their attendance at the service. All the other ar rangements are proceeding satis factorily, and if this year's local commemoration does not exceed previous years, the sub-branch will be disappointed. A glance at our advt. columns shows that the League meets next Wednesday night, when those pres ent will get a full report regarding both the local and city arrangements 'for the Anzac service, and other items of interest to the Digger gen erally. Any returned sailor or sold i...

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B. GRADE 1st Division. LIVERPOOL v IONIC. Played at Liverpool. IONIC—lst Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

B. GRADE lit DWbion. LIVERPOOL v IONIC. Played at Liverpool. IONIC-let Innines. R. Baxter, b Eandell 68 Laws, c Bradbury, b Randell .. 0 Anthony, b Randell .. ,. .. 2 Upton, b Cook 3 Britton, c and b Randell .... 2 Pugsley, c Marsden, b Webb .. 18 Baxter, b Randell 3 Horn, c Marsden, b Randell .... 4 M. Soult, not out 6 Hunt, b Randell 0 Sundries 2 Total 103 Bowling: Randell 7/21, Webb 2/21, Jones 0/7, Cook 1/35, Lang 0/16. LIVERPOOL-1st Innings. . Randall, h.o.w., b Baxter . .. 27 Webb, c Anthony, b Baxter .. 4 Cook, std., Anthony, b Pugsley 19 J. Marsden, b Pugsley ...... 3 Adams, c Horn, b Laws .... 34 Lang, lbw., b Laws 19 L. Marsden, b Horn 5 Bradbury, c Upton, b Horn .. 4 Jones, c Laws, b Baxter .... 0 Jones, not out 2 Total 117 Bowling: Baxter 3/22, Laws 2/13, Upton 0/43, Pugsley 2/19, Britton 0/12, Horn 2/4. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v GUILD FORD A. Played at Fairfield Oval. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS-1st Innings. R. Learmonth, stp., Gough, b Evendon 8 E. Corby, run out 4 Jack Stewart, c Eve...

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BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE—1st Division. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE-1st Division. Battiiur. R. Baxter, Ionic .... ., 63 Adams, Liverpool, 34 Randell, Liverpool 27 Cook, Guildford, n.o 26 Williams, Guildford, n.o., .... 21 Bowling. Randell, Liverpool 7/21 A. Baxter, Ionic, S/22 A. Barnes, Fairfield Juniors 3/37 R. Horn, Ionic 2/4 B. GRADE 2nd Division. Batting. D. Russell, Canley Vale, n.o., .. 95 J. McNamara, Ingleburn .. . . 35 R. McNamara, Ingleburn .. .. 26 C. Hartley, Canley Vale .. .. 24 Bowling. F, Mills, Ivy Leaves .. .. 6/22 A. McNamara, Cabramatta .. 6/62 M. McNamara, Cabramatta .. 4/68 J. Hopping, Ingleburn .. 3/21

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

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND FAIRFIELD, Palm Sunday, March 24. Fairfield 8 a.m. (Women's Corpor ate Communion; 11 a.m. Rev. H. E. Rogers; 7.IS p.m" Mr. H. E. S. Doyle. ? t Smithfield 11, Mr. H. E. S. Doyle j 7,16 p.m. Anthem, Rev. H. E. Rogers. Mark Lodge 7.16, Mr. G. Usaher. Wetherill Park 7.16, Mr. T. Hall. Bossley Park 3, Rev. H. E. Rogers. CABRAMATTA Sunday before Easter, Palm Sunday Divine ScrviceB Cabramatta 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11, Mr. Aineworth; 7.16, Vicar. Canley Vale 11 (H.C.), 7.16 Mr. \ R. J. Brown. St. John's Park, 7 p.m., Lantern Service (Sister Agnes McGregor) . HOLY WEEK. Monday, 8 p.m., Cabramatta. Tuesday, 8 p.m., Canley Vale. Wednesday, 8p.m., St. John's Park. Maunday Thursday, 8 p.m., Cab ramatta (H.C.). Good Friday-St. John's Park 9 a.m., Canley Vale 10, Cabramat ta 11. The Litany will be said at each service. METHODIST CHURCH Fairfield 11, Rev. G. W. John ston (Subject: "Left, but kept-" No 3 final); 7.16 p.m. community sing ing; 7.15, Mr. B. J. Doe (soloist: Mr. ...

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

I "THE BIZ" ACCOUNTS. . -We 'Would' remind our clienti that our accounts. strictly monthly. Our pricea are .fixed on that bull, Widit it only fay obaerring thli that we iu 'keep them at the reatonable level adopted. _

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CRICKET NEWS No.2 COMPETITION TABLE lst Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

CRICKET NiEWS 2 COMPETITION TABLE let Division. Fairfield Juniors ...... 4 Guildford A. 4 Ingleburn A 2 Ionics 2 Lansdowne 0 Liverpool A. .. .. .. . . 0 2nd Division. Guildford B 4 Canley Vale .. .. . . 4 Glenfield i Ivy Leaves . 0 Ingleburn 0 Cabramatta 0 Liverpool B . . 0

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239 SIGN PETITION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

239 SIGN PETITION Writing to Holroyd Council on Tuesday night the president and sec Tetary, Greystanes Progress Associ ation and 238 others aBked for the continuance of the construction of Merrylands Road to Greystanes Rd. and Greystanes Rd. to the Western Road, with ? - six inches of metal tarred surface. "The roads mentioned are at present a disgrace to the munici pality, and we urge council to raise the necessary money and proceed with the work as soon as possible," they wrote. It was decided to inform the people that a loan for this work is fceiHjj

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

P. G. TANNER TAILOR AND MERCER H. BELLENGER Tel. Liv. 259M THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD FOR VALUE NEW SEASONS GOODS NOW S HOWING COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO . £FH£VERS AI5) SWEATER COATS, from 12/6 PIES AND GREy COTTON, IHose from 1/ * J" ££££?, COLOURED CASHMERE, J Hose from .... 1/11 Th*» fr<>iuwnl' FftiffieM READY TO WEAR TROUSERS from 7/11 1 "e ^re«cent» raiTDCWl R 0 WEL L' S ! Good-street - - GRANVILLE SINGLE and DOUBLE WIRE GATES, all sizes. CHAIN WIRE, for front fences. WIRE NETTING 2 inch mesh-!2inch 6/;. 24in. 8/6; 36in, 11/9; 48in, 14./11; 60in, ,18/3; 72in.f 22/6 per roll. FUEL STOVES " "THE BEGA" 27. £4/12/6; 30, £6; 32inch £5/5. "DOVER," 6, £4/7/6; 7, £5; 8, £5/7/6. ELEVATED DOVER 6, £4/15; 7, £5/7/6; 8, £5/15. With Plate Rack and Splash Back. CHIP BATH HEATERS 28/6, 38/6, 47/6. GAS HEATERS From £5/5. ENAMELLED BATHS £5/10. £6/15. GALVANISED BATHS on legs, 45/, 48/6. REINFORCED CEMENT TUBS l.t Quality 25/6. PORTABLE COPPERS and FRAMES, 10 gal. 46/; 12 gall. 50/. Pro...

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

Swimming Carnival CARRAMAR AND FAIRFIELD SWIMMING & LIFE-SAVING CLUB Members of this recently formed club decided at a meeting held at the Carramar Public Hall on March 14th., to -brave the cooling waters of the river and hold a swimming carnival at Carramar on April 13. A miniature Marathon swim from Latty's to the railway bridge should test the stamina of the hardiest. The other events scheduled to lake place are as follows:-100 yds. sen ior club championship; 220 yds. sen ior open handicap; 440 yds. senior club championship; 60 ladies club championship; 100 ladies open hand icap; 50 junior open handicap (un der 16); 100 junior club champion ship. First and second prizes will be given for each event. As it only costs 1/ to join the club and entry fees are not required this venture should bo well sup ported. Entries may be lodged at Torry Edwards, Fairfield; J. Parkes, "The Gum-Nut" Store, Carramar; or by post to the secretary, A. Kemble, Araluen, Haughton-st., Fairfield. T...

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

i- i i;:' FAIRFIELD, *--7-V ,,'4~ '??? ^ SPECIALS ? FOR EASIER V* l* J ' ' ' 'gtrtg^flKflUS, for Ladies and Maids, in the Newest Autumn ItepP*' ^PheBe are ultra-smart, and keenly priced. W^oh'Wid^BOLK JJERSEYCLOTH, for Jumpers and short coats. Thise combined mabe an ideal race or. show frock. ^ OT&fewra' smart PELT HATS to tonfe with the Frocks. . ^'HOSIERY,* GLOVES ana SUNSHADES. Our DRESS FLANNELS are opening daily. We guarantee our " flannel " %» 1>etng the beBt obtain able and choice Toning at keen prices COA&fNG VELOUR, for Ladies, Maids and Children's Topcoats, We have Reel Fur Trimming to suit. Also IMITATION PUR, and BLACK RABBIT FUR. * We MAKE Race and Show Frocks, and Topcoats to suit any figure. BOYS' SHIRTS, 3/11, TROUSERS 3/6, 6/6, pair. HATS 3/11, ifll each. " JBOVfi* HOSE, | Golf Hose from 2/11 pair to 4/3. SOYS' COATS, 5/6 and 8/6 each. r $ILLINERY - MILLINERY !! MILLINERY ! I - , 1 ' JJeWtAutumn Goods.opening daily. Get yours now. \|&j^re ...

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

<1 v Australian Cash Orders Ltd. x ? 351*7 Pitt street, Sydney ^Four Doors Below Water Board) Phone: M 6074 (21ines) / Cash Orders for Everything 660 City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper) STUDY AJPP Favorably Imprest* Your ... . ? Have your ftationery ao% iwiaM-, .it will be yoor best "traveller." "Hie BU" Newspaper offieeeaa fulfill all job printing requirements quickly and cheaply, combined with quality >an3 seijtnett . Give of a bid with yoor next Job we buy( locally.

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Building Without Approval COUNCIL WINS CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Building Without Approval COUNCIL WINS CASE Dennis Harry Way, building in spector, Fairfield Council, proceeded against Stanley Victor Featherstone' for causing, work to be done' in connection with the «rection of a garage, without council's approval. The case was heard at Liverpool Court on Thursday morning. The building, was erected upon lot 69, Waterside Estate, Riverview Rd., Fairfield. Defendent pleaded not guilty. Dennis Way said that on January 20 at 10 a.m. he saw that the strpcture had been erected at de fendant's residence. A car was standing under the structure, one side of which was attached to the dwelling. He was instructed by council to take pro ceedings. Defendant subsequently interview ed the Mayor and following that, wrote to the council a letter (pro duced). Witness also produced sec tion 804 of the L. G. Act In reply to defendant Way admit ted that the garage was open <Jn three sides. He could not say whether the structure was nailed to 'the.dwelling o...

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

There was a good house at the Crescent Theatre on Wednesday night to see "Ramona." R. E. COLEMAN Solicitor TOWN HALL CHAMBERS CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. Tel.: UW 8601. VISITS: Guildford, Tuesdays, 10 to 12 noon. Fairfield, Friday night, 7 to 9. I'.nsii pND Fairfield's Cheapest Grocers Opposite Station LENTEN FARE MAC'S HERRINGS IN TOMATO, lib. tins, 8|d; ilb. tins 6d. MAC'S FRESH HERRINGS lib. tins 8d; ilb. tins 5id MORTON'S HERRINGS IN SAUCE lib. tins 9id CHOICE PINK SALMON lib tins, 8id; lib. tins, 2 for 10id SILVER NET. SALMON (Choicest Red) lib. tins 1/6 BYIT SALMON (Choice Red) lib. tins 1/34 WHITE AND GOLD SALMON ilb. 1/1 HOUSEHOLD SALMON ilb. tin 91d SEAKIST SARDINES, 6 for 1/ JpREADNOUGHT CRAB, per tin 1/2$ PILCHARD'S .. ... ilb. tin Bid; lib. tin. 9id SUNKIST ASPARAGUS, large tins, .. .. .. .. l/4i HEIN& BASED BEANS, per tin Sid, 8id and 1/2 SPAGHETTI, per tan. Sid, 8id, and Hid Melba Peaches, large tin .. .. Sid Wm. King, Sand soap, 6 cakes 1/ Rosella Pears, large tin...

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PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

PROPERTY SALE. Messrs. Gibson Bros, in conjunc tion with Mr. S. G. Chambers, will conduct a property sale, in May-st., Fairfield, on Saturday (to-day), at 3 p.m.

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