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Of Interest to Women BEAUTY SECRETS. Told by Baclanova, Paramount Player [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Of Interest to Women BEAUTY SECRETS. Told by Badanova, Paramount Player ' Olive oil for beauty is advocated by Baclanova, Parnmount's dynamic Russian actress, who is now making "The Woman who Needed Killing." Miss Baclanova says that the oil of the olive contains untold wealth of beauty, and advises all girls who are suffering from dry skin to massage a quarter of a cup of warm oil into the pores and let it remain there for at least an hour, twice a week. The oil should be removed by the use of warmed towels. Warmed olive oil is also excellent for the hair and hands, if massaged in properly. TURBAN VOGUE RETURNS. There arc many new and fascinat ing designs among the early Autumn models in milinery. Ruth Chatter ton, who appears in the Paramount all-taking picture, "The Doctor's Secret," recently selected a number of small turbans which she has in cluded in her wardrobe. The turbans are most suitable for evening wear, and one in particular is very striking, being composed en tirely o...

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PUBLIC NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

PUBLIC NOTICE We beg. to notify the.\ Genera) Public that we are transfering our Produce Business to private resi dence, Dursly and Fairfield Rds., Fairfield, owing to health reasons. Orders collected and delivered promptly. OrderB may be left at Mrs. Young's, ham and beef shop, near school. A. c. TOWNS LATE WARE-ST., FAIRFIELD. ' Cabra-Vale Council, commenced its sitting at 7 p.m. on Monday night, and over half' an hour was occupicd in interviewing applicants for the position jo£ ganger to the council.

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Fairfield Municipal Council. TUESDAY'S BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Fairfield Municipal Council. TUESDAY'S BUSINESS Fairfield Municipal Council met on Tuesday night, tho Mayor (Aid. Clancy) presiding. Also present wore Aldermen Burleigh, Brockle hurst, Sharpe, King, Anderson, Gillies. Tooker, Stimson. (a full council).. , CORRESPONDENCE Mrs. N. Barnes, Hamilton-road, drew attention to the condition of the vehicular entrance bridge in front of her premises in Hamilton road.-Left in Mayor's hands. Carramar Progress Association drew attention to the condition of Tangerine-st., from Carrington-st .to Woodville-road.-Referred to works committee.-Tangerine-st, in a very bad statej said Aid. King. A. Crawley, Smithfield, re scrub in Queen-st.-Referred to works committee. E. W. Cuthbert, Sackvillc-st., ask ed permission to erect a wicket gate in fence dividing his land and coun cil's park in Station-st.-Referred to parks committee. R. Darlington, Fairfield, asked permission to erect petrol pump in front of his premises in Vine-Bt Referred to works committee...

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

Ijpwels, Lino. and Hosfery i' ' ' TOWELS f We are showing a wonderful Range of Colored Towels at Exceptional \Value, which will satisfy the keenest shopper, 1/3, 1/41, 1/6, 2/4J, 18/0, 8/6, 4/3 ' LINOLEUMS. Gome and see our new lot of Linoleums in a good Variety of Designs and Colorings to suit every Room in the house. Very Heavy quality 6ft wide 7/11 per yardr, LADIES HOSE. We atoek a very fine assortment of Rose. Bond's Sylk-arto in all shades 6/11. Bond's Nit-2-Fit, in new tonings, 4/11. Bond's Fully Fashioned Hose, Pure Silk, in all the newest tonings 10/6. MAKE USE OF OUR LAY.BY. WE TAKE CASH ORDERS. Woods,T>" C""1 E. R. HURD'S CRESCENT, Men's and Boys' Store MEN'S COTTON GAB. TROUSERS 6/11 MEN'S COTTON TWEED TROUSERS 6/11 MEN'S WOOL TWEED TROUSERS 16/11 MEN'S SERGE TROUSERS 22/6, 26/ AN EXTRA 2 DAYS TO BUY 4/8 MEN'S O.S. CRASH WORK SHIRTS at 3/7J BOYS' GOLF HOSE, Sizei 1, 2/10, 2 2/11, 3 3/, 4 3/1, 5-6 3/3 YES, WE HAVE THEM IN WOOL TWEEDS, SERGES & WORSTED ROMPER KN...

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The Wise Shop Where They Are Invited MANNERS AND GRACES IN PUBLIC PLACES. DINING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

The Wise Shop Where They Are Invited MANNERS AND GRACES IN PUBLIC PLACES. "Life is not so short but there is always time enough for courtesy." -Emerson. DINING OUT. A man leaves his hat, over coat and stick in checkroom. A woman may check her wrap, packages, um brella; or she may remove her wrap at table and slip it over the. back of the chair. She lays her gloves and bag on lap or on an extra chair, not on table. If a head waiter is on duty guests wait in the doorway to be shown to table.- The head waiter leads, the woman comes next, the man last. When there is a party the women all go first, the men following. When a woman entertains she follows the head waiter and indi cates seats for her guests. Couples, man and woman or two women, sit at opposite sides of tabic. The waiter should draw out the chair for the Woman. If he does not, the man who is with her per forms the service. 'The man orders for the woman after asking her what she will have and for the entire party if he is host...

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HOLROYD MUNICIPAL COUNCIL GARBAGE SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

HOLROYD MUNICIPAL COUNCIL GARBAGE SERVICE It is hereby notified that the garb age service will be VOLUNTARY on and after the 1st April proximo and thoBe who require the service to be rendered must make application to the Council by letter addressed to the town Clerk, Town Hall, Merry lands, and forward the amount of the fees IN ADVANCE at the rate of three pence half penny (81d) per. pan per week from the date of the commencement of the scrvice to the and' of the current year. In Jalculat ing the mauont, an odd half penny will be counted as a penny. A. D. HUME, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Merrylande. 20|h March, 1920.

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A Talk to Advertisers HOW MANY INVITATIONS DID YOU SEND? [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

A Talk to Advertisers HOW MANY INVITATIONS DID YOU SEND? Into your business you are daily putting all your thoughts energies and executive ability, in order to preserve intact the capital invested, build up your volume of business and produce a profit. Your success depends largely on your sales policy. Are you making that policy as efficient as possible by the wise use of ADVERTISING People shop where they feel welcome. Your advertisement should be an invitation. How many did you send out this week ? Five thousand invitations can be sent each week by using "THE BIZ" Newspaper.

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

son, hairdressdd, Fairfield, saloon at 1 p.m on Wed nd opens until 6 p.m. on

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FASHION FORECASTS PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED FOR PARAMOUNT STARS. Flowered Afternoon Coat. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

FASHION FORECASTS PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED FOR PARAMOUNT STARS. Flowered Afternoon Coat. In these days of changeable veather, a light coat is a necessity n the modern girl's wardrobe, and :harming Florence Vidor has given is a distinctive style in her after loon coat, which she wears in Para nount's "Chinatown Nights." l FLOWERED AFTERNOON COAT 9fs featured by Florence Vtdor ' =5? Paramount Star I ? . . . . MI I The coat is cut from printed satin, having a dark background on which are traced designs in vivid colours. One of the striking features is the slight drape in front, and the per fectly straight back. A Chiffon Gown. Black and white is always a chic combination for all occasions, and sven more so for evening wear. Fay Wray, who is playing Para mount's "Through the Night," wears i delightful white chiffon gown which shades into black. The gown is most luxuriantly beaded in crys tals, and the same finish is repeated m the short cape which 1s splashed ivith large designs, and bo...

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HOSPITAL DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

HOSPITAL DAY. A Meeting of Ladies interested in Hospital Day Collection in Fairfield, on 26th APRIL, 1929, will be held in the Mayor's Room, Council Chambers Fairfield, at 8 p.m. on Thursday, 4th APRIL next, for the purpose of completing arrangements for the An nual Collection. All Ladies who are willing to help are cordially invited to attend. (Mrs.) E. CLANCY, Mayoress.

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

When buying from our adrertiier*, .ayi. "1 Mw 'it in "Tht Bit" Ntwi paper."

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

The NOTED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, SPECIALS FOR EASTER PLEATED SKIRTS for Ladies and Maids, in the Newest Autumn toneB of Wool Repp. These are ultra-smart, and keenly priced, WOOL and SILK JERSEY CLOTH, for Jumpers and abort coats. TheBe combined make an ideal race or show frock. , We have smart FELT HATS to tone with the Frocks. Also HOSIERY, GLOVES and SUNSHADES. Our DRESS FLANNELS are opening daily. We guarantee our Flannel as being the best obtainable and choice Toning at keen prices COATING VELOUR, for Ladies, Maids and Children's Topcoats. We have Real Fur Trimming to suit. Also IMITATION FUR, 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, ,4/11 each. BOXS' HOSE, 8 Golf Hose from 2/11 pair to 4/8. BOYS* COATS, 6/6 and 8/6 each. MILLINERY - MILLINERY J ! MILLINERY i! ? New Autumn Goods opening daily. Get yours now. Before the "Stork" calls get all you require from us. We ore always pleased to...

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NEEDLEWORK. SECONDARY SCHOOL ONLY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

LIVERPOOL SHOW (Continued from page 8.) Kettle holder, 10 yean: Miss Nancy Robinson 1. Sewing book, 10 years: Miss Stella Banks 1. Baby's feeder, 9 years: Valerie Newbold and Muriel Woodward di vide 1st Hemmed handkerchief, 8 yrs.: Jean Coaling 1; Pauline Williams 2. Sewing apron, 10 years: Miss Jean Marsh 1; Miss Edna Tolmie 2. Hemmed tea towel, 9 years: Gert ie Shepherd and Oral Newbold divide 1st. Articles fancy work (tray cloth ,nnd d'oyley), white work, Mollie Poster 1; Ellie Wills 2. Table centre, coloured work, 13 years and under: Miss Molly Foster 1, Nancy Stone 5. Sewing book, under 9 years: Miss Mavis Wheatley 1. Pillowslip (hand made), under 11 years:. Miss Gladys Reeves; Pauline Bloomers (hand made), under 11 years: Beryl Scheel 1, Daphine Faulkner 2. Williams 2. Class towel, 9 years! Miss Gladys ReeveB 1. Miss Nellie Childs 2. Thimble bag, 9 years: Miss Daphne White 1. Guest towel, 15 years and under; Miss Jean Keemil 1, Lucy Petith 2. ADULT ONLY. Nightdress, embroidere...

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

Smithfield GdratjC Motor Repairs* Will Undertake all Competent Mechanic Employed. ) Reasonable Charges. AH Work Guaranteed BENZINE OILS, &C., ACCESSORIES STOCKED BATTERIES CHARGED Ring Liv. 225 For your Breakdown Day or Night We will Fix It. HIRE OUR HUDSON DC LUXE COACH for your Weddings, Picnics, Parties, etc. You will appreciate it's comfort Charges reasonable Safety-first driver. Car for Hire. S. MONEY, Proprietor

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

BLUE LABEL TEA 2/aib LARGE BARS SOAP, APEX 8Sd ffiar LARGE FLOOR POLISH 1/3' Tin 51b. pkts. S.R. FLOUR 1/8 pkt 21b. pkts APEX FLOUR Old pkt LARGE TINS COCOA, 16 oz. nett 1/3 tin LARGE PURE HONEY 1/81 Bottle LARGE SAND 1SOAP, 8d Cake NU LINO POLISH 4 id Tin LARGE BOTTLES PICKLES, Mixed .... 81d LARGE MUSTARD PICKLES 81d LARGE APEX FRUIT SALINE .... .... 41d LARGE CAKES BATH SOAP, 6 cakes fo< ...... 1/ RICH SULTANA CAKE 81d lb. LARGE TINS OF CHEAP JAMS IN STOCK. ORDERS COLLECTED & DELIVERED. \ Butter, Bacon and Cheese specialities PLEASE NOTE J. E. Haworth BUSY CORNER, CANLEY VALE. Phone: Liv. 326. MISS R. WHYFOON (From the Studio of Mr. Ilector R. Maclean). TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LIVERPOOL ROAD, CANLEY VALE. Miss Alwyn Hardie Expert tcacher of Stage, Step and Toe Dancing, Song and action. Fees Moderate. Classes every Saturday at 10 a.m. Assembly Hall, Guildford Road, Opposite Station, Guildford. Wreaths, Bridal Bouquet*, all Floral Deiigm at Shorlait Noti...

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Bossley Park. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Bossley Park. (Prom our Correspondent.). At the cuchre party held at Boss ley Park last Friday, 22nd, prizes were won by Mr. W. Price and Mrs. Paul. The usual fortnightly dance was held on the previous Saturday, 16th, and a good number were present. These fortnightly dances are a feat ure of the district and a good time is the usual result. Mr. P. Robinson, the local school 'aacher, rendered more good service to the district last week by killling a brown snake, about 4 feet ? inches in length. Bossley Park is at present en gaged in the formation of a tennis < '-lb, and some enjoyable Saturday afternoons have been spent on Mr. T. Boardman's tennis court.

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ELECTRIC LIGHTNING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

ELECTRIC LIGHTING The electric lighting committee recommended at Fairfield Council meeting on Tuesday: Council to supply current to Cum berland Lands Limited lor street 'lighting within the Villa wood Park Estate under the following condi tions: The company to undertake to pay upon demand the total cost of giving connection, and subse quently monthly accounts as rend ered. The company io lodge a de posit as security for the payment of accounts, such deposit to repre sent the estimate of one month's reading of the meter registering the supply. The council to accent no responsibility whatever for main tenance or replacement beyond the point at which the supply is metered. Council to inform J. Horner that it was unable at the present time to extend the mains for the electric light ctc. serve his proposed , new house at the corner of Vidal and Lily streets. Council to pay the electricity en gineer £2 per week (as from 21st December, 1029) for use of his car in connection with council's ...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK. JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

JUVENILE BALL. ,, The membersofMothera'Glub of St. John's Park Public School held their first juvenile ball in the School of Arts, St,-John's Park, on Satur day last. It is some time since a "juvenile" has taken place at St. John's, and, judging by the crowd ed hall and the pleased expressions on the faces of those present, it proved a very popular form of amuse ment, not only to local residents, but even. to dwellers in other sub urbs, some of the dancers coming as far as from Guildford and Strath field. The hall was gaily decorted with streamers and multicolored balloons and these, together with the bright and picturesque costumes of the children, presented a scene resemb ling a miniature "fairyland." It was no mean task for the judges to award the, prizes, as there were so many beautiful and effective costumes. The music was all that could be desired, Mrs. Young's orchestra per forming in its usual brilliant style. In fact, everything wentt with a swing, and great credit is due t...

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

"Whirlwind" Petrol Saver* > STOPS WASTE. Thousands of Car Owners are hav ing the "Whirlwand" installed, as soon as they learn what it will do for them. Can be purchased from M. CAMERON,' THE CRESCENT FAIRFIELD. Mendham and Oakley Farriers and General Blacksmith* At the Railway Gates FAIRFIELD Tyreing Done Daily Horse shoeing a Speciality Expert Workmen - Moderate Charges W. BRETTLE. GARBAGE COLLECTOR AND CARRIER. Ltwion St., Fairfield. Daily House to House Service. The only Authorised Collector in this District. J.H.MOORE. 4 BOOT & SHOE Repairing Depot The Crescent : Fairfield Everybody knows that the BREAD MADE BY G L. SMEE Is the Best in the District Factory: Fairfield st, Smithfield Carts Deliver Everywhere THE OLD FIRM A. E. RUST Estate and Commission Agent Insurances Effected, Rents Collected Houses, Land, Farms, Farmlets, Orchards of all Descriptions Guildford road, GUILDFORD Phone: UW 9005 THE SCHOOL SHOP SMART-ST., FAIRFIELD. For the best School Lunches, Hot Pies,...

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MERRYLANDS A DONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

MERRYLANDS A DONATION. Messrs. J. Silverstone and Co. of Merrylands, have donated for compe tition, by means of peas in the bottle, a handsome electric light globe, with 3-chain fittings. The proceeds will be used to assist the widow of the late Mr. Brandt. The competition will be decided on April 6th. THE LONG WAY ROUND. "If you wheel the wheel-barrow, the wheel will go round-but some-, times it is not as easy as it sounds." Railway workers at Merrylands station on Monday had this fact brought forcibly home to them. Gravel was being spread on the down side platform, and as the shunting yards are on the opposite side, the men had to wheel their barrows down one platform, round the railway gates and up the hill to the other platform-a distance of about 100 yards or mire of difficult wheeling. People wondered why the load of gravel was not shovelled direct on to the platform, and so save the unnecessary hard work and waste time. CROWNING OP "QUEEN" On Friday night at Merrylands, the M...

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