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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

IN MEM0R1AM. BUNKER,-In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Jane Emily, who passed away, March ?7, 1927. Inserted by her loving mother and family.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AWARDS. HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

AWARDS. I HORSES. Judge: Mr. W. J. Johnson (Dapto). Blood Stallion, 3 years and over; Mrs. E. Bull 1, M. Parnell 2. Brood Mare, 3 years and over; Mrs. E. Bull 1, M. Parnell 2. Brood Marc; Mrs. E. Bull 1, M. Parnell 2. Draught; F. Moore 1. Pair plough horses; F Moore 1, H. Heighington 2. Mare or gelding for farm work; F. Moore 1, H. Heighington 2. LIGHT HORSES. Spring-cart mare or gelding; F. Moore 1, H. Heighington 2. HACKNEYS. Maiden district hack, to carry not less than 10 stone; F. Moore 1, A. Maddern 2. Lady's maiden hack, to be ridden by lady residing in either Liverpool, Campbelltown, Camden or Penrith police districts; Mrs. E. Bull 1, J. Phillips 2°. Pony hack, 14 hands and under; Ray Cole ("Dick") 1, Mrs. E. Bull ("Lady Woodlands") 2. Pony hack, 13 hands and under; A. Bain 1. Child's pony hack, 12 hands and under, ridden by child under 14 yrs.; A. Bain 1, HARNESS HORSES. Light horse, in harness, 15 hands and over: Mrs. E. Bull 1, Miss Anschau 2. Light horso, in harness, over...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Phone: Liverpool 238 Phone: Liverpool 238 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 Best Quality - .? /' PHONE: LIV. 233. Brooks and Davison -v (LATE W. S. BROWN) CANLEY VALE BAKERY. HIGH-CLASS BAKERS & PASTRYCOOKS Fresh Cakes and Pastry Daily WeddiAg 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.) COSTUMIERES and MILLINERS 303 3rd Floor, Rawson Chambers. Rawson Place, SYDNEY. . and Bridge Buildings DALE STREET^ FAIRFIELD HIGH-CLASS WORE 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 o...

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CRICKET NEWS B. GRADE 1st Division. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v GUILDFORD UNITED. Played at St. John's Park. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

CRICKET NEWS B. GRADE lit DivUion. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS y GUILD FORD UNITED. Flayed at St. John's Park. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. First Innings ........ 89 Second Innings. R. Learmonth, c J. Cook, b A. Webb 8 £. Corby, c R. Evenden, b J. Cook 0 D. Donavon, b J, Cook .... 0 N. Bowtell, not out 38 0. Douglas, b P. Thompson .. .. 11 Jim Stewart, b J. Cook .... 2 J. Stewart, c R. Evenden, b C. Williams 14 H. Ball, b C. Williams 0 H. Barnes, c A. -Webb, b R. Evenden 0 A. Barrett, c J. Cook, b R. Evenden 0 W. Assmussen, absent .... 0 Sundries 1 Total 74 Bowling: A. Webb 1/24, J. Cook 3/24, P. Thompson 1/16, C. Wil liams 2/6, R. Evenden 2/4. GUILDFORD UNITED. First Innings 110 Second Innings. A. Webb, b R. Learmonth .. 16 B. Allen, b A. Barnes .... 4 J. Cook, c Jack Stewart, b R. Learmonth 6 C. Williams, c A. Ball, b R. Leartqonth 10 E. Webb, b A. Barnes 0 P. Thompson, not out 12 S. Bell, not out 9 Sundries 6 Five wickets for 62 Bowling: R. Learmonth 3/32, A. Barnes 2/24. Guildford United won outrig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

f , WE STOCK AND DELIVER ON THE JOB EVERY KIND OF TIMBER GROWN. and Specialise in CYPRESS FINE White Ant and Borer-Proof, and All Australian Timbers We have our own Sawmills in the Bush. We can give you thevery best Q UAL1TY, PRICE tand ATTENTION. Come and have a Look for Yourself, and get a Quote. The Cypress Pine Co,. - timber merchants - PitBt., mcrryiands Phone UW 9098. H. L. MILNE, Proprietor. Lime and (dement BRICKS, SAND, ASHES FIBRO CEMENT SHEETS, WATERP1PE 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 HARDWARE ,AND TOOLS AT LOWEST PRICES. STOVES, BATHS, SINKS, TUBS, COPPERS. WE DELIVER GET OUR PRICES GEORGE STIMSON & SON CANLEY VALE PHONE: LIV. 68 MOTORISTS, THIS CONCERNS YOU ! S. H. GEE, MOTOR ENGINEER, PAKE ROAD GABRAMATTA . is ready to help you with all your Mechanical Troubles. Having had 17 years' experience in leading ...

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B. GRADE—2nd Division. CANLEY VALE v CABRAMATTA Played at Cabramatta. CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

B. GRADE-2nd Diruion. CANLEY VALE ? CABRAMATTA Played at Cabramatta. CANLEY VALE. First Innings lav Second Innings. C. Hartley, not out 66 S. Palmer, b A. McNamara .. 13 W. May, b A. McNamara .. .. 4 A. Green, c Stone, b Breedon 25 D, Russell, not out 17 Sundries 0 Three wickets for 124 Bowling: M. McNamara 0/12, A. McNamara 2/11, R. Steel 0/24, J. Dixon 0/9, D. Chalmers 0/11, A. Bate 0/29, R. Breedon 1/28. CABRAMATTA-1st Innings Bowling: Rothwell 0/7, E. Clarke J. Dixon, lbw., b S. Palmer .... 0 M. McNamara, c W. May, b Russel 36 D. Chalmers, c S. Palmer, b W. Hartley 6 F. Stone, b S. Palmer 4 A. McNamara, c JohnBon, b C. Hartley 86 R. Breedon, c R. Palmer, b Russell 0 £. Mortimer, b Green 10 A. Bate, b Green 6 A. Allen, c and b S. Palmer .. 8 R. Steel, b C. Hartley 1 M. Garthe, not out 0 Sundries 13 Total ... 169 Bowling: S.. Palmer 3/32, N. Hartley 1/11, C Hartley 2/28, D. Russell 2/28, J. May 1/19, R. Mild water 0/19, A. Green 2/18. Canley Vale won on 1st innings by 28 runs. LIV...

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GOOD PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

GOOD PRINTING Mr. Business Man, do you get all your printing done locally? "The Biz" can execute all the printing re quired in the district where it circu lates, and asks to be given the oppor tunity of doing so. The workman ship is guaranteed, and the prices are right .

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CAR COLLISION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

CAR COLLISION Mr. Phillip Fallowes (49), who was injured at Warwick Farm Crossing on Sunday night when his car collided with another car driven by Mr. J. O'Grady, caretaker of the racecourse, is doing very well, des pite severe gashes on the face and nose, caused by broken glass from his car, which was badly damaged. O'Grady had a miraculous escape; and his car was scarcely damaged.

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CHANGED COLOURS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

CHANGED COLOURS A New Proceu and an Old Truth After twenty years' experiment ing, says the "Daily Express" (Eng.). Wolff Heide has succeeded in per fecting a process for making an ordinary photographic film change into colours after development. The secret of his discovery he has sold to a powerful American syndicate for £600,000, and it is hoped that a demonstration film will be ready by the end of the year. Before development, the negative film is run through a special chemical bath, and the positives are treated in the same way. By this means it ' will be possible to produce movie films in full colour without the use of special cameras as is now the case. Films, which if treated in the usual way would give "black and white" pictures, in the hands of this expert can be made to produce pic tures in the full beauty of their natural colours. Somewhat similar is it with human character. A life, which tin the or dinary course of affairs would be only drab and common-place, in the hands...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

n , ,j J . ,i .iiiii ... I .J THE CHUBOB OF ENGLAND FAIRFIELD. Good Friday, 26th March. Smithfield 11, Mr. H. E. 8. Doyle; 7.16, Rev. H. E. Sogers <the Story of the Cross-Redhead). Fairfield 11, Rev. H. E. Rogers; 7.15,Mr. H. E. S. Doyle, (the Story of the Cross-Turner). Mark Lodge 7.15 Mr. R. Robinson, Easter Day. Smithfield 7 a.m. (H.C.); 11 (H.C.) solo: Miss E. Fuller, Rev. H. E, Rogers; 7.16 p.m. (anthems and solo), Mr. H. E. S. Doyle. Fairfield 8 a.m. (H.C.); 11, Mr. H. E. S. Doyle; 7.16, Rev. H. E. Rogers. Wetherill Park, 3 Rev. H. E. Rogers. Mark Lodge, 8 a.m. (H.C.); 7.16, Mr. R. Robinson. CABRAMATTA Divine Services. Good Friday ("He tasted death for every man")-9 a.m. St Johns' Park, 10 Canley Vale, 11 Cabramatta The Litany will be said at each of the above services. Easter Day. "He is not here; He is risen." Cabramatta, 7.30 a.m. and 11 (H.C.); 7.15 p.m. (evening prayer).. Canley Vale 8.30 (H.C.), 11 a.m. (morning prayer); 7.16 evening prayer, Mr. L. Amos. St. J...

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BROADCASTING. TECHNICAL TERMS USED IN RADIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). TECHNICAL TERMS USED IN RADIO. Aerial.--One or more wires insu lated from and suspended at a cer tain height above the ground, and used to radiate and receive that energy in the form of ether waves produced by a transmitter. Alternating Current (abbreviated AG.)-An electrical current flowing through a wire which has the direc tion of its flow preiodically changed. Thus when we speak of a 60 cycle alternating current, we mean one that completely reverses its direc tion of flow sixty times per second. Alternating current plays a prom inent part in practically every part of the radio circuit. Ampere.-The standard electrical unit of current flow. Ammeter.-An instrument used for measuring the flow of current in amperes through a given circuit. An ammeter is invariably connected in series. Amplifier.-This term is used in referring to either an amplifing valve or an amplifier receiving unit. Amplitude.-In radio w...

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Liverpool's Record Show BIG ENTRIES—EXCELLENT EXHIBITS LARGE CROWDS—KEEN RING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Liverpool's Record Show , , . ,1, BIG ENTRIES-EXCELLENT EXHIBITS LARGE CROWDS-KEEN RING EVENTS. Sixteen hundred entries - that meant a good show for Liverpool. The people of the district, and from all the neighbouring parts de cided it would be too good to miss, and as a consequence the attendance on Friday and Saturday last was even greater than had been antici pated by the officials. Many claim that, from ali points of view, it was the best show the society has yet held. It was a grati fying response to the call of citizen ship, that entries were so numerous; and still more satisfactory that the entries were exhibited. The town was full of activity on Friday morning, with people making from -all directions towards the showground, which was gaily decor ated at the entrance with flags and bunting. The ground was in perfect condi tion, a new trotting track and new fences for the hunting contests being in evidence. Trotting entries aver aged from 10 to 12, and the hunting events were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Australian Cash Orders Ltd. 1-7 Pitt street, Sydney ;Doors Below Water Board) "Phone: M 6074 (21inea) Cash Orders for Everything S50 City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper) Favorably imprest Have yonr stationery neatly .it wiD be yoorjbest "traveller." . . .* it*>, "He Bit" Newspaper office can all job printing requirements lj6i<Wr «i»d ^ cheaply, combined with gnaiity^anil neatness GiveiuatrialwUiyoiiriiext'loV webuy<locaf]y. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

P. G. T A N N E R TAILOR AND MERCER H. BELLENGER M.Uv.-2»M ' THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD FOR VALUE » NEW SEASONS GOODS NOW SHOWING COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO PULLOVERS AND SWEATER COATS, from 12/6 PIES , BLACK AND GREY COTTON, JHosc from . 1/ S^ACK AND COLOURED CASHMERE, IHose from .... 1/11 Th#> Crescent Fairfield READY TO WEAR TROUSERS from 7/11 * "e ^re8Cent, rairiiem R OWEL L'ST Good-street - - GRANVILLE SINGLE and DOUBLE WIRE GATES, all sizes. CHAIN WIRE, for front fences. WIRE NETTING 2 inch mesh-I2inch6/;. 24in. 8/6; 36in, 11/9; 48in, 14/ll;60in, 18/3; 72in., 22/6 per roll. FUEL STOVES "THE BECA" 27. £4/12/6; 30, £5; 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 Splath 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 gat. 46/; 12 gall. 50/. Prompt Service Ph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

'Phone: Liverpool f 32 F. T. WHITLOW SURGEON DENTIST Opp. Council Chambers . WARE ST., FAIRFIELD HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays 9 to 12.30, 2 to 6.30. Saturday 9 to 12.30. Evenings: Tuesday and Friday, 7 to 9. H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Cliemiit FAIRFIELD Phone: Li v. 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 Agenta Property Salesmen THE CRESCENT. FAIRFIELD Conveyance Provided (or 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 Larfd, &c. Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Grassland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway P...

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LEAGUE OF NATIONS BROADCAST [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

LEAGUE OF NATIONS BROADCAST The League of Nations intends this European spring to use radio extensively for the purpose of diss eminating League views throughout the world. Broadcasts are being arranged to cover the whole world. Station FCL has been lent for the purpose by the Dutch Postal author ities and will be connected by land line with the secretariat of the League in Geneva and speeches will be broadcast in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese, the objective being to see whether it will be possible to transmit speeches to tl\e other side of the world with reasonable regularity. The Australian schedule has already opened and the next test will be on March 28, for half an hour beginning at 11.40 a.m. on 18.4 metres. Provid ed that conditions justify it, the N.S.W. Broadcasting Company sta tions will relay the broadcasts as they are'received.

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BROADCASTING AND GRAMOPHONES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

BROADCASTING AND GRAMOPHONES Three or four years ago, the gramophone and the radio interests, if not exactly deadly enemies, at least looked on one another as rivals. But to-day's conditions tell a differ ent Itory altogether. The wireless boom has made the gramophone business. The gramo phone business has proved a great asset to the radio trade. It is, therefore, without surprise that one hears this week of the union of two of the biggest com panies interested in wireless and gramophones in the world. The Marconiphone Company is an offshoot of the oldest wireless con cern in the whole world. His Mast er's Voice is one of the oldest grainuphone making concerns in the world. The fusing of the two means the first attempt to bring unity out of mere association and is probably the first of many such trade mar riages.

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General Council Matters [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

General Council Matters The general purpose committee of Fairfield Council on Tuesday night submitted the following: Recommending council to approve of the subdivision of an area of land fronting the Boulevarde, and Polding and Bodalla streets, by R. E. Cole man, Recommending council to approve of the subdivision'of an area of land fronting Fairfield ..and Crown streets by J. K. Richard. Reporting that further definite action in connection with the pro posed diversion of Sandal Crescent should be deferred until it had been ascertained whether the Railway Commissioners were the. owners of any unenclosed ' land where it was proposed to establish the new road way. Reporting having conferred with the honorary, secretary of the Springfield Bn&ress Association re specting the- provision of a recrea tion ground sfr Old Guildford, and promising a further report after the lapse of one month.

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EGG FLIP MADE ON WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

EGG FLIP MADE ON WATER. Put into a tumbler 1 fresh egg, fit a piece of brown paper over the top, then a clean tea-towel; gather firmly in a hand at the bottom of the tumbler and shake vigorously up and down for a few minutes. Remove paper and cloth, strain the egg and replace it in tumbler. Then three parts fill with cold water, add 1 tea spoonful of sugar and 1 dessert spoonful of brandy or whisky, put back the paper and tea-towel, hold firmly and shake well again for a few minutes, when the glass will be full of froth. This is very refreshing for invalids, and not so heavy as when made on milk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

FOR 3ALE. Advertisement* la iM» eelamn art inserted at the rate of IS words fw l/l evorjr addition*! 6** words or portion thereof, fld. Money Locuned.Wilh Privacy, Promptness and Civilily. CASH ADVANCES. made on Furniture, Pianos, DocdB of Lands, etc., without possession. Easy repayments. No delay. Strictly private. Letters . promptly attended to. Apply J. Monahan, Canley Road, Fairfield (only). Call, write or 'phone Liv. 861. NEXT SHAW'S Chemistry, Llver Sool-Lay-by Goods, straight from [anufacturer. Small deposit will buy you a good garment. . FOR SALE, Child's Iron cot, in per fect order, cheap. Mr.'Trott, "Trah la," Lovoni-atrcet, Cabramatta. FOR SALE, Lorries, Carts, Sulky and Harness. H. L. Brewer, Wetherill Park. FOR SALE, Round fencing Posts and Building PoleB, any lengths. A. Walsh, Mimosa Rd., Dosslcy Park. FOR SALE, Local grown and acclim atised Citrus and (Autumn-budded) Roses. Strong, healthy and clean trees, at most reasonable prices, at "The Fairfield Nursery" two min...

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