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EUCHRE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

EUCHRE WINNERS. Winners at euchre party held at Crescent Theatre on Monday 18th, were as follows:-Ladies, Mrs. Jack ®on (ham); Mrs. Adams (pair drakes), Miss Gallegos (pair ducks), Mrs. Booker ,pair roosters), Mrs. Geyer (doz. tins fruit), Mrs. Mc Chntoek (i dozen tins fruit). Gents: j , H?y "tham>> Mr- Garret (pair drakes), Mr. Gibbins (pair ducks), Mrs. Moore (pair roosters), Mr. Grig® (doz. tins fruit), Mr. E. Hey (4 doz. tins-fruit). There was again a g00J Attendance, and the time passed pleasantly. Good prices are offered for Monday next

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Phone: Liverpobl 238 Phone: Liverpool 23( R. SHIRTLIFF (Late T. Hawkins) WOOD, COAL, AND COKE MERCHANT SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD Leave Your Orders With J. G. McBURNEY & CO., SMART ST., FAIRFIELD Immediate Delivery Beait Quality PHONE: LIV. 233. Brooks and Davison (LATE W. S. BROWN) CANLEY VALE BAKERY. HIGH-CLASS BAKERS & PASTRYCOOKS Fresh Cakes and Pastry Daily Wedding and Birthday Cakes to order PARTIES AND PICNICS CATERED FOR CARTS DELIVER ANYWHERE A TRIAL SOLICITED Phone: Liv. 178 MISSES WHYFOON. (Late of Farmer and Co.) COSTUM1ERES and MILLINERS \ 303 3rd Floor, Ramon Chambers. Rawson Place, SYDNEY. and Bridge Building* DALE STREET, FAlRFffiLD HIGH-CLASS WORK IN THE LATEST MODES. Also Knife, .Box and French Pleat ing done, and Buttons covered. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. CASH AND CARRY BUTCHERY W. P. MANLY Has taken over this well-known Butchery from Mr. N. Piper. The Best of Riverstone Meat will still be supplied, at lowest prices, and customers can be assured of prompt ...

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

Lime and Qement BRICKS, SAND, ASHES FIBRO CEMENT SHEETS, WATERPIPE AND FITTINGS, GALV. IRON FENCING WIRE, WIRE NETTING, WIRE GATES AND FENCES, FER TILISERS, PAINTS, OILS AND COLOURS, WHITELEAD, BRUSH WARE, DRAIN PIPES, GREASE TRAPS. AND ALL KINDS BUILDERS HARD WARE , AND TOOLS AT LOWEST PRICES. STOVES, BATHS, SINKS, TUBS, COPPERS. WE DELIVER GET OUR PRICES GEORGE STIMSON & SON CANLEYVALE PHONE: UV. 68 MOTQRISTB, THIS CONCERNS YOU I S. H. GEE, MOTOR ENGINEER, PARK ROAD OABRAMATTA . is ready to help you with all your Mechanical Troubles. Having had 17 years' experience in'leading City Repair Shops, with all makes of Cars and Lorries; also 7 years' Electrical Work, he is able to give you tlie Best Advice concerning your Car or Marine Engine. - He has also installed a Lathe and other necessary machinery, bringing the advantages of an up-to-date City Shop to your door. All Glasses of Machine Work Executed. Broken Parts Repaired or New Parts Made. Axles and Olassis Straightened. M...

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

'The- Presbyterian Ladies' Church Aid, ~ Merryfinds, ' was tendered a social evening by the MerrylandB Methodist Ladies' Aid last week. OPP. STATION FAIRFIELD SEE PARTICULARS IN OUR WINDOWS WINNING NUMBERS FOR FIRST WEEK TUESDAY, MARCH 12 81 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 ' ... '-(TO THURSDAY, MARCH 14 158 FRIDAY, MARCH IB 266 SATURDAY, MARCH 16 408 MONDAY, MARCH 18 . 460 SOME PRICES: PINEAPPLES, 30 oz. tins 1/1 GOLDFINCH SALMON 6d and l/IJi ALLY SALMON Bid and 1/3 WHITE'S JELLIES .. 4id pkt, VICTOREE TOMATO SOUP Sid and 8d ROSELLA TOMATO SOUP Sid and S}d ALYMER HIGHLY COSCENTRTED SOUPS 7id GOOSEBERRIES, 16 OE. tine 8gd DO YOUR EYESlJiiffc TROUBLE YOU EYESIGHT EXAMINED BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED GLASSES FITTED OPTICAL REPAIRS Work Guaranteed Make an Appointment Mow JOHN BOOKALLIL, M. P. S., PH. C, (By Exam, Syd. Univ.) CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN Phone Liv. 254. Opp. Railway, FAIRFIELD. Garden Requirements OF ANY DESCRIPTION GARDEN HOSE, g x 3 ply 8id per foot 40/ per 60' coll. GARDEN HOSE, 2 x 3 ply, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hanna Wins [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Hanna Wins At Liverpool Police Court oh Thursday Stanley Hanna was charged with indecent language, at Liverpool. This case was postponed from last sitting to enable defendant to pro duce proof of alibi. Hanna called his wife, Ellen Doreen Hanna, who said her hus band was at home with her at 7.30 on the date in question,, and had tea at her mother's place at 7.6 p.m. She filled the baby's bottle and gave the baby to him to hold, so she knew he could not have been outside. To Sergeant Taylor: He. came home at 5 past six, and went home with me about 9 o'clock. He did not leave my mother's place until we went home at 9 p.m. Her hus band, she said, was out between 6 and 6 o'clock. He did not go down the street every Saturday after noon. He takes "a drink" occas ionally; but does rtdt drink heavily. To the P.M.: I remember the day because my little brother took ill on the Friday-the day before. My husband's brothers are something like him in build. Constable Thompson, recalled, said he kn...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Water & Sewerage Rates A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at Guildford Rd., near the railway station, GUILDFORD, on v FRIDAY NIGHT at 8. when* #11 address, .will be.gjvcn*on the rating system "by MrV"A> ' u. HUie,. "Ex-Aid. Damson will pre side .

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CHEAP EXCURSION FARES Councils to be Called Together [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

CHEAP EXCURSION PARES Council* to be Called Together The Minister for Works wrote to Liverpool Council on Tuesday night, stating that the matter of week-end excursion fares was one for the Railway Commissioners, and the Minister did not see that a deputa tion could further matters. On the motion of Aid. Chapman and Hanscombe the Mayor was au thorised to call a meeting of neigh bouring councils to discuss the matter.

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

IJVERPOOL. EUCHRE. A, point score competition is being conducted by the Liverpool School of Arts. On Tuesday night theprlwa wont tot Mrs. A.-Randell 1st, Mrs. A. Penny 2nd. Mrs. N.Refd 8rd. Gents: Mr. A. Penny 1st, Mr. TtadeU 2nd. Mr. N. Beid 8rd. Mr, J. Grace won the three tins of fruit. M.U.I.O.O.F. The M.O.I.O.O.F, Liverpool branch held its anniversary social in the Town Hall on Saturday night. Bro. N. Alchini N.G., acted as M.C., and music was supplied by Wallie Moore e orchestra. Bro. P. McMiles looked after the euchre. The ladies prize was won by Miss Bossley find the gents by. Mr. Smith. ^ Loyal Liverpool Lodge paid a frat emal visit to Regents* Park on Tues day night, the party comprising: NG..PG. Bro. Alchin, I.P.N.G. Bro. Barton, P.G. Bro. Starling, P.G. Bro. Williams, Bro. Prentice and Sister Walker. An enjoyable time was spent. PALM SUNDAY. At St. Luke's Parish Church, Liv erpool to-morrow. (Sunde(y)j, Palm Sunday will be recognised. The preacher will be Mr. Ernest Traff...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

"THE GUM NUT" OPPOSITE STATION CAKKAMAK. The proprietor of "The Gum Nut" wishes to announce that business is now opened, and that the Carramar District will be suitably catered for as a Newsagency and General Store. Groceries, Confectionery, Cakes, Haberdashery, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigarettes, Patent Medicines, etc. Prices right. Local agent for the Gresham Fire and Accident Insurance Society. D. M., PARKES, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Liverpool Court. THUESDAY'S CASES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

3Li?«trpo«l Court. "Vs* ^THORS^fi CASES , Mr/, p. D: Southerlarid, P.M., was on the Bench, at Liveifcool Court on Thursday. The following cases were unde fended:- , ; Percy Jame s McDonald, agent for Minnie Bennett applied against a man named Brooks, for delivery and possession of cottage and land in Forderick-st., Fairfield. Notice to quit was given on or about March 2, 1029. There was no appearance of the parties and the case was dis missed. Alan Godfrey Fear, of Merrylands, was charged with driving a motor car, on Liverpool Road, without a light to render .the number plate distinguishable at 15. yardB, and. without a red light at the rear. De fendant pleaded guilty, saying he did not know the light was out. He was fined £1, costs 5/6. Charles Speedy, of Sylvania, was charged with driving a motor car without two lighted head lamps. He was fined- £1, costs 5/6. TRAFFIC CASES. Ophir J. Taylor, of Bosslcy Park was charged with failure .to return expired certificate of registration an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guildford P.and C. Association ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

GuildfordP.and C. Association ANNUAL MEETING. Mr. W. Chamberlain, as president, opened proceedings at the annual meeting of Guildford P. and C. Association last Thursday, and at 8.30 the headmaster of the school, Mr. Middenway took the chair. The following officers were ap pointed: President, Mr. W. Chamber lain (re-elected); V.P'a. Messrs. A. H. King and W. Oldfield; secretary, Mr. C. Pooley; treasurer, Mr. E. Burrey (re-elected); auditors, Messrs Stackpool and Dove (re-elected). It was decided to hold the official opening of the new infants' school on April 27 in conjunction with a market day, providing this1 date is suitable to the inspector. Expenditure for the year was shown to be £162/8/5. ANNUAL HEPORT. The retiring secretary, Mr. A. H. King, presented a report, showing a very successful year. The report stated: "Membership remains at about the same as last year. I cannot under stand the parents of Guildford. When we take into consideration that there are nearly 700 pupils at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P.M.'s REPRIMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

P.M.'s REPRIMAND. Valerie Pearl Dickensen, of King's Cross received a rebuke at Liverpool Court on Thursday. When William John Mocgan was charged with having assaulted her at Liverpool on March 16, she said she did not wish to proceed. Valerie Pearl Dickensen is a young? and pretty girl, but her good looks did not gain the court's sympathy. The P.M. asked sharply: Then what did you have the man arrested for J There was no reply and Morgan was discharged.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

The Fairfield Girl Guides formed another patrol on Saturday afternoon last, with Guide Lily Bright leader. This makes seven patrols. An important auction sale of furni ture will be conducted at King's yard, O'Neill-st., Guildford, to-day (Sat.). 23rd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAIRFIELD DISTRICT FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

FAIRFIELD DISTRICT FOOTBALL CLUB. A meeting of the above club was held at Mr. Torry Edwards' hair dressing saloon on Tuesday night last, there being a good roll up of old and new members. The club is hopeful of placing an "A" Grade team equal to last year's, and 1b confident of again winning the premiership. The -bondaries have been altered for the coming season, being from Lidcombe to Liverpool on to southern line, and from Eidcombe to Balkham Hills Railway line on the western side, including Parra matta. This should provide for better football, and, will cut out all the long distance travelling, which should please players and spectators alike. It will also mean more teams participating. Barrackers are urged to roll up and support the locals. The officers elected were: Patron, Mr. R. Sims; president, Mr. J. Hey, senior. All last season's vice-presidents were re-elected. Sub-committees will be elected later. The hon. treasurer is Mr. Royle, and the hon. secretary, Mr. J. Connelly. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jilted Lover STOLE FOR SPITE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Jilted Lover STOLE FOR SPITE Jack James Murphy, a butcher, was charged, at Liverpool Court on Thursday, with stealing one pair of field glasses apd six bottles of soft drinks, from the dwelling of Rob ert Robbins, of Wetherill Park. The goods were valued at 26/. Defendant pleaded guilty. Murphy was further charged with stealing a lady's gold watch and a pair of ladies' shoes, valued at £2/10, from the dwelling of Rachall King, Wetherill Park. He pleaded guilty in this case also. The dwellings are the same pro perty. ^ Sergeant Holman said defendant ramsacked the house. The property, except the watch, had been re covered. Murphy said he did npt intend to steal for crime. He did it for spite. Sergeant Holman explained that defendant had been keeping com pany with a girl at Robbins' and she now refused his attentions. That was the reason of the spite. The P.M. imposed a fine of £5, witness expenses £2, in the first case; and £5 in the second case; the property to be returned to the own...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE PRINCES" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

"THE PRINCES" "A tip-top show !" That is an apt description of the Japanese operetta, "Princess Chrysanthemum," staged at the Crescent Theatre, Fairfield, on Thursday night. The singing both solos and choruses, was a treat, and creditable alik« to vocalists and .conductor. The stage effects were excellent. In fact, fault could not be found anywhere. It is a great pity Fairfield folk did not attend in greater numbers, for the St. John's Park Musical Society certainly de served a full house for such a splendid performance. Limited snace prevents a fuller report in thi6 issue.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOUND OVER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

BOUND OVER At Parramatta Police Court on Wednesday, Edmund Gladstone Dwyer (30), of Guildford was bound over for six months, on £20 surety, for assaulting his father. The son .was quarelling with his mother, and when the father interferred, he punched him and dragged him 30 feet, according to the evidence.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£100 BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

£100 BAIL. Bail was fixed at £100, in the case of Leslie Hughes (35), a motor driver, who was charged at Parra matta Court -with a serious offence against a girl 14 years of age, alleg ed to have taken place at Guildford. The case will be heard on April 3.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

St. John's Park School of Arts EASTER BALL MARCH 30 Pull Orchestra, New-time Dances. Prizes for best Evening Dress. Prizes for Dancers. 4 Seagrass. Chairs or Tables for Euchre, 4 other prizes. Gents 276, Ladies 2/. Refreshments. T. HUNT, Organiser. A. OLLtS, Hon. Sec.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

J 1 ' " 1 1111 PERSONAL Mr. A* J. Seiko, of Fairfield, has been indisposed for several days, but has now improved in health Mr, E. Parry of Holroyd Coun cil staff, has been granted leave of absence, to enable htm to proceed to Melbourne to be married. Mr . Robinson, of Yennora hal the misfortune on Sunday last, to severely cut his arm, whilst boating an the river at the Junction Re serve. He was taken by car to Auburn Hospital, where ten stitches were inserted in the wound. Mr. A. A. King, who for the past four years has acted as secretary of Ouildford P. and C. Association, did not Beck re-election this year. The annual meeting conveyed to him their thanks, and appreciation of his valuable service, to be recorded in the minutes. Mr. H. Francis, of Richardson-st., Fairfield, is in Auburn Hospital', where he underwent an operation due to a strain. He is doing well. Mr. Jack Crompton (18), of "The Grove," Fairfield, was taken sudden ly ill in The Crescent, FairfiMd, on Friday last. - ...

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