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GOLDEN WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

GOLDEN WEDDING To celebrate the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lamey, of Hamilton Rd., Fairfield West, a large number of relatives assembled and gave them a surprise They re ceived money gifts, telegrams and cards. The daughters gave a minia ture wedding made by them' and decorated beWitifully with horse shoes, bells and doves. Mr. and Mrs. Lainey are both Australians. There are four generations, seven children, 21 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

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

POLICE STATION WANTED Merrylands wahts a police station -not just a room at the constable's home. Aid, Jones got the Holroyd Council to make an effort to get one. ST. JOHN'S PARK PUBLIC SCHOOL. GRAND MONSTER PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS. Juvenile Ball (in aid of Piano Fund.) To be hold in School of Arts, St. John's. MARCH 23, 1929. Good Prizes for Fancy, Poster and most Humorous Costumes (boys and girls). Mrs. Young's Orchestra.. < Admission 1/<J. 'Children half price. '* ' - Refreshments provided. Mrs. D. Gill, Hon. Treas. MfB. E. B. White, Httn. Sec.

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

Murray Bros. i (Parramatta") 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 edgfe, on webbing, £19/10 TERMS ARRANGED MURRAY BROS. (Parramatta) LIMITED LADIES! READ THIS! Something Special for you ! Don Campbell HAS JUST LANDED A FINE SELECTION OP FANCY BEAD NECKLETS, AND CHOKERS, ARTISTIC BROOCHES PEARLS, DRESS ORNAMENTS, AND A WIDE RANGE OF DAINTY NOVELTIES. THESE GOODS WERE SECURED ON THE BEST MARKET AND ARE PRICED TO COMPARE WITH ANY CITY STORE. SEE OUR WINDOWS ! DON CAMPBELL'S NEWSAGENCY. Opposite Station Fairfield. Important Auction Sale At King's yard, O'Neill-St.. Guildford. THIS SAT., 23rd. at 2 p.m. Sharp. 300 LOTS, to be sold without res orve Comprising 2 Oak Suites, Chairs, 2 Oak Sideboards, 3 Stained Sideboards, one Oak B...

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

Towels, Lino, and Hosiery TOWELS We arc showing a wonderful Range of Colored Towels at Exceptional Value, whlcb will satisfy the keenest shopper, 1/8, 1/41, 1/6, 2/41, 2/9, 3/6, 4/8 LINOLEUMS. Come and see our new lot of Linoleunu in a good Variety of Designs and Colorings to Buit every Room in the house. Very Heavy quality 6ft. wide 7/11 per yard^ 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's Fully Fashioiiod Hose, Pure Silk, in all the newest tonings 10/6. - MAKE USE OF OUR LAY-fJY. WE TAKE CASH ORDERS. The Guildford Draper POMEROY SALE ROOMS, WARE STREET, FAIRFIELD (Next Protestant Hall). STUART G. CHAMBERS AUCTIONEER, SECOND-HAND DEALER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. HOUSES TO LET and FOR SALE, Always on hand. FURlJlTURE 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, MARI...

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SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

SEASON'S FIXTURES. The following is the draw for the Fairfield . and District Hard Courts Tennis Association: A GRADE. March 23. Amici v Ascot. Hillcrest v Cooringa 1. Cooringa 2 v Swannell. Glenroy v Dallavnil April 6. Ascot v Cooringa 2. Swannell v Hillcrest. Cooringa 1 v Glenroy. Dallarnil v Amici. B. GRADE-1st Division March 23. Guildford Methodist v Wangaroa 1. Allendale 1 v Hillcrest. Monitor v Clarinda. Florentine v Neidpah. Mavis v Bye April 6. Hillcrest. v Guildford Methodist. Wangaroa 1 v Monitor, Clarinda v Florentyne. Neidpah v Mavis. Allendale 1 v Bye. B. GRADE-2nd Division. March 23. The Wattles v Sunshine. Wangaroa 2 v Allendale 2. Ascot v Longfield. Rainpview v St. Paul's. Marleesh v Bye. April 6. Allendale 2 v Ascot. Longfleld v Wangaroa 2 St. Paul's v Marleesh. Sunshine v Rampview. The Wattles v Bye.

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

RACQUET LOST. A member of The Wattles Club (Eric HofFmAh) lost his racquet com ing from Ganley Vale on Satur day, near ice works. Anyone know ing of its whereabouts, kindly leave word at "The Bifc" office.

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Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING Aid.. Bratcbell (Mayor, Aid. Fitapatrlck, Welfare, Chapman, Hanscombe, Webster, <3'Grady, Scheel and Bird; attended Tuesday night's meeting of Liverpool Council, There were apologies from Aid. Freeman, Bill and Watson, A motion of condolence was pass ed to the relatives of the late Mr. A. Cloke. CORRESPONDENCE Inglebum Council asked when repair work on Glenfield Road would be commenced.'-Reply, at once. The railway cricket club asked for the use of the park for matches on Sundays.'-Applicants were, recom mended to trustees of the recreation ground for use of that area. It was resolved to receive a depu tation regarding Hoxton Park, at next meeting. It was decided to obtain an esti mate of cost of asphalting footpaths near the Post office. Chipping Norton and Moorebank Progress Association asked for direc tion signB at Epsom Road and near Liverpool station.-W. Norman to be asked to erect signs as promised ? The sum of £50 was voted for Atkinson-st.,...

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Villawood P. and C. Assn. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Viliawood P. and C. Assn. The Villawood Parents and Citi zens' Association held a social even ing1 in the school on March 16, which was a pre at success. The presi dent, Mr. Beech, had charge of the programme with the assistance of Mr. Sharman and secretary (Miss E. Charman). The music and games were much appreciated by those present. Special thanks are due to the following artists for their val uable assistance, whose songs, rend ered with their usual good style were very well received:-Mrs. Davy, Mrs. de Houghton, Mrs. Dowling and Mr. de Houghton. Miss Joan Dowling played "The Rustic of Spring," with wonderful finish for so young a pianist. A character song was rendered by Miss Alvia Bruce and Miss Thelma Kingston, whose sweet voices blended well, they were well applauded. Miss Joan Smith gamely danced, although handicapped by a recent break in her arm and therefore was not up to her usual standard. The menu com petition, which caused much merri ment, was won by Mrs. de Houerhton ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLROYD—A DUMPING GROUND [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

HOLROYD-A DUMPING GROUND Fairfield Council wrote to Holroyd Council asking it to take into consid eration the question of granting a further lease for two years of the sanitary depot within the municipal ity, the existing lease expiring on June 30, 1930. A ratepayer (Mr. C. F. Pope) wrote that he sincerely hoped an extension would not be granted. After a heavy downpour that por tion used by Fairfield Council is un der water, he said. The last Hol royd Council made no friends when it allowed Holroyd to become the dumping ground for other munici palities . Aid. Rainbow said there had been some trouble over the lease and the matter should be looked into. Aid. Duke thought any delay was unnecessary, Fairfield had always paid a very satisfactory price for the lease. The matter was referred to com mittee for report.

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"Council Ignored" YENNORA FRONTAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

YENNORA FRONTAGES Mr. F. L. "Safcleton, overseer of works reported to Ilolroyd Council on Tuesday night «s follows:-; "I have examined the .new plans of tho proposed subdivision of land at Yennora, known as Yennora No. 1 and Yennora No* 2, and find that the lots are still submitted with the lots fronting Fowler road from near Pine road to Loftus road, hav ing 20 feet frontages, and the bal ance of the subdivision showing lots from 44 feet to 46 feet frontage each. The request of council that the lots in Yennora No. 1, front ing Fowlcr-road, should be 40ft. by 125ft. with a lane at the rear, and the remainder of Yennora No. 1 and Yennora No, 2 lots should have frontages of generally 60 feet, has been ignored. This aspect of the subdivision was hardly mentioned at the meeting of the representatives and the council on the 9th. inst., the whole of the discussion at that time being on the drainage question. With reference to the size and shape of the allotemnts, I would recom mend that t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAIRFIELD WEST. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

FAIRFIELD WEST. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU The monthly meeting of the local branch of the Agricultural Bureau was held in King's Hall on Monday night. There were eleven members present and Mr. R. T. Gillies (presi dent) presided. In response to a request from Mr. A. A. Watson (Director of Marketing) the secretary was in structed to forward particulars of tomato and vegetable growers in the district. It was decided that the branch affiliate with the Advisory Council and that the president's paper on "Land Valuation" be forwarded for the agenda paper of the annual con ference . The matter of holding a monthly or quarterly flower and vegetable display was introduced by Mr. Ben nett and discussed, but no action was taken. Mr. C. J. Bailey was accepted as a new member. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION The fortnightly meeting of Fair field West Progress Association was held on Tuesday night, 12th inst., when Mr. R. T. Neville (president) presided over an attendance of ten members. Correspondence from the mu...

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MERRYLANDS HOUSES TO BE NUMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

MERRYLANDS HOUSES TO BE NUMBERED. Merrylands Progress Association requested Holroyd Council to give consideration to the necessity of erecting name boards at the inter section of side streets and main roads. Previously the council was asked to number the houses in Mer rylands On the motion of Aid. Shaw and Smith, the clerk was instructed to obtain a quote for |00 street names on enamel plates. On the question of numbering of houses the clefk submitted a report, which suggested that the "fairly well" populated streets might be numbered. The charge was I/, prepaid by the owner in each case. The contracting firm would serve the notices, and the cost to the council would only be the cost of notices and supervision. The report was adopted.

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

n* «#* SfllABTSTEEET THE LIVE AUOnOHEEB AND OOHHXS8IOM1 HOUSE AND LAND AOEKT _ Anotion Sales Every Saturday Horning, ' Sales Conducted in Any Part or the District. Insurance Effected. RETURNS PROMPTLYEXE0UTED ' T. S. WADDS Grocer of Merrylands Wishes to announce that he has taken over the premises recently - occupied by J. S. DONKIN, Grocer, of GUILDFORD ROAD andiiiten44 Opening a First-Class GROCERY and PROVISION STORE, Witb &n ABSOLUTELY NEW STOCK and seeks a fair share of your support Don't forget the address-; GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD {Late J. S. DonJdn.) ' . Buy Where You Like AND WHEN YOU LIKE, BUT ALWAYS COMPARE VALUES, AND, GET THE BEST VAULE FOR YOUR MONEY-IF YOU DO THIS, THEN WE ARE SURE OF YOUR BUSINESS. 50 pieces, DOUBLE WEIGHT CREPE, 6}d yard. HEAVY WEIGHT PURE FUJI SILK very wide, in all shades 2/llt yd. 20 doz. LADIES MERCERISED HOSE, 2/6 p air. 60 doz. LADIES SILK. AND ART SILK HOSE, Guaranteed, 8/11 pair. THIS MONTH'S FREE GIFT: ONE PAIR LADIES' SILK HOSE. ...

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A GOOD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

A GOOD CASE. At Tuesday night's meeting of the Holroyd Council a letter was read from the Local Government Association advising, in reply to council's inquiry, that on the facts given, the impounding of animals by the impounding officer, driving animals from private property to the road, was illegal, and under the circumstances the claimant would have a good action for a refund of the expenses he has been put to. This question arose out of recent cases lost by the council at Parra matta Court. The refund amounted to about £8. Aid'. Rainbow and Shaw moved that the money be paid, and that the whole question be referred to the finance committee for further report. When buying from our advertiser*, »»y:. "I saw it in "Tlie Bit" New» paper."

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CABRA-VALE DRUIDS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

CABRA-VALE DRUIDS This lodge held a very successful euchre party and dance last Satur day in the Tow Hall, Cabramatta. There was a very large attendance, and everyone present had a splendid time. The Golden Bells Jazz orches tra supplied the music. Bro. W. West acted as M.C., as usual, and Bro. E. Mortimer conducted the euchre, in an able way. Aid. Rear don presented the prizes to the win ners as follows: - Ladies: Mrs. Mc Clintock 1st (£1 open order), Mrs. Jones 2nd (stainless knives), Mrs. Hand 3rd (handbag), Mrs. Hancock 4th (salad bowl and butter dish), Mrs. Gawthorpe 5th (butter dish). Gents: Mr. Ollis 1st (£1 order), Mr. Dumont 2nd (umbrella), Mr. Stead man 3rd (watch), Mr. Gibbons 4tli (linen handkerchiefs), Mr. Sheer woods 6th (pipe). Lucky ticket prize was won by Mre. Clifford. Mr. D. Chalmers, jun., secured the watch in the draw. Look out for the announcement of the- next in "The Biz," when 12 prizes will be given including open orders £1 cach for firsts.

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

FAIRFIELD BILLIARD SALOON Now Open .under Entirely new Management. BILLIARDS, SNOOKER & POOL Coige round an enjoy yourself for an hour. , . . JACK SMART PROPRIETOR.

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

'Phone: Liy. 104. 'Phone: Liv. 104. ' 'C. J i.usni . - i . GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. ST. JOHN'S ROAD CANLEY VALE. To and from Sydney Daily. Prompt Attention to all Orders. PRICES REASONABLE. .PHONE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE CakM, Fruit, Confectionery; Soft Drinka, Peter's Ice . Cream, Ham, Tongue,' "Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes; Billycans, and Bathing Costume* Agent for A. M. P. Society, Cabramatta-Liverpool District 5. 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: Liv. 284 , AGENTS FOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE ! HARRY GODFREY - LIVE STOREKEEPER FAIRFIERLD WEST dnpport your Local Store and increase the value of your own property ALL goo...

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Granville Show RAIN SPOILS FIRST DAY SECOND DAY BRIGHTER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

Granville Show RAIN SPOILS FIRST PAY SECOND DAY BRIGHTER Granville show ground, on Friday -the first day of the annual exhibi tion-waa practically under fell continuously until after noon when a luU occurred, but toe havoc had been wrought, and toe roads and streets were in such condi tion that people would not attend toe show, except in very small num ber* The downpour also kept many en tries away, that would otherwise have been displayed. There was, however, a good aus play of flowers, needlework, etc,, in ^ WitMn °a smaller structure were displays by the business firraB, and on the ground there was one side-show. Only one or two of the ring events could be put through. The officials, however, stuck to their various tasksf despite the un pleasant conditions, and many sec tions were judged. " u Although the ram was needed, « was a pity that it came on Fnday at least, as far as the Granville dis trict was concerned-for there were record entries, numbering 1800. The society is progre...

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

FAIRFIELD SCHOOL OF ARTS Support Your Local Institute All Sorts of Games Billiards, Cards, Draughts, Chess, Dominoes, Etc. Up-to-date Library Subscription Cents, 2/6 Quarter; Ladies, 2/6 Widows, Wives and Daughters of Members 1/6 per quarter H. A.. GIBB, President A:p.l^0D01NS,See. If "The Bk" Newspaper »uit» jtoii, nnnnnid it to jro\ir friend*.

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BROADCASTING. THE BIAS OR "C" BATTERY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 23 March 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-Btreet, Fairfield). THE BIAS OR "C" BATTERY Tht bias or "C" battery consists of a »"">> 4-volt dry cell, which is connected in the fil&ment circuit Of thi amplifier valve or valves. The object of this battery is to cause the valve to operate on the straight portion of its characteristic e«ve, thereby eliminating distortion due to grid current, et>. Then, again, it ef?c«W coiuidorauie saving in the high-tension battery in that less current u usc<). This in no way will lessra the sound irt the loud speaker, as it is not the rctual amount of cuire.it which produces the Bouui, b'lt the var;a ticii of that current. T\w amount of bias varieB with the amount of lilga tension voltage applied to the valve, en<> also with the type 01 vaWe used. Always follow the instruc tions issued with the particular valve you have purchased. The correct method of connect ing up a bias battery to a receiver! ...

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