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

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.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EUCHRE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

EUCHRE WINNERS. Prize winners of euchre party held a!t Crescent Theatre, Fairfield, on Monday last, were as follows: Ladies: 1st. Mrs. Jackson (ham), 2nd, Mrs. Bamford (pair drakes), 3rd, Mrs. Booker (pair ducks), 4th, Mrs. Burton (pair roosters). 5th, Mrs. Reardon (doz. tins fruit). 6th, Miss Carpellos (6 tins fruit). Gents: 1st, Mr. D. Worth, (ham), 2nd, Mr. J. Reardon (pair drakes), 3rd, Mr. Ereland (pair ducks), 4th, Mr. Adams fnair roosters), 5th, Mr. Murphy (doz tins fruit), 6th Mr. Tubie 16 tins fruit). There will be no euchre narty next Mondav (East er), but will be continued on Monday. April 8, with good prizes as usual.

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

llBSitOPERTY ' SALE T % * "* MIDDLETON & TOLLY :AUCTIONEERS; LIVERPOOL. 'will offer by Auction, under instruction from the Public Trustee. The Property of A, W. DUMMETT (deceased),' situated Smithfleld Road, Fairfield, Comprising about 2 acres 8 roods 231 pchs., together with Brick Cottle and Sheds; being lots U, 12, 13 to 17, and 82, 33 /nd 34. , To i» Auctioned »t the COURT HOUSE, LIVERPOOL, on T^W^IAnni 13,1929, at 12 t'dick. KNIGHT'S NOVELTY STORES NEXT COLECHIN'S BOOT STORE. THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Stationery, Toys and Fancy Goods at Bedrock Prices. Agept for Foster's Premier Seeds-Packet or Bulk. / Cut Flowers and Seedlings always obtainable. - Money Advanced ON FURNITUKE, PLAYER PIANOS, etc., Without Possession ALL' APPLICATIONS TREATED WITH THE UTMOST PRIVACY Lowest Rates Easy Terms LOANS TAKEN OVER FROM OTHER OFFICES AND CLIENTS PLACED ON A BETTER FOOTING. THE N.S.W. MONT DE P1ETE Deposit and Investment Co., Ltd. Authorised Capital, £600,000. Head Office, 74 Castler...

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

A. J. SMART BT&EET , - - W THE LIVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AOENT SOUSE AND LAMP AGENT Auction Sales Every Saturday Morning Sales Conducted Is . Any Part of the DM InsuranceEffected. RETURNS PROMPTLY EXECUTED T. S. WAOD3 Grocer of Merrylands Wishes to announce that he has taken over the premises recently, occupied by J. S. DONKIN, Grocer, of GUILDFORD ROAD and Intends Opening a First-Class GROCERY and PROVISION STORE, with in ABSOLUTELY NEW STOCK and seeks a fair share of your support. Don't forget the address GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD (Late J. S. Donkin.) 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, 61d yard. HEAVY WEIGHT PURE FUJI SILK very wide, in all shades 2/111 yd. 20 doz. LADIES MERCERISED HOSE, 2/6 p air. 50 doz. LADIES SILK AND ART SILK HOSE, Guaranteed, 3/11 pair. THIS MONTH'S FREE GIFT: ONE PAIR LADIES' SILK HOSE. For a...

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

4ft. 6in. Polished Maple Bedroom Suite and Wardrobe -full 4ft. 6in, with mirror and hat shelf. * 3ft. 9in. Dressing Table and Pedestal 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 edge, on webbing, £19/10 TERMS ARRANGED MURRAY BROS. CParramattal LIMITED NOW SHOWING AT Don Campbell's CAMERAS FOR EASTER A FULL RANGE OF KODAKS AND BROWNIES. A PRICE FOR EVERY POCKET. ELECTRIC TORCHES, ELECTRIC LIGHT SHADES. FISHING TACKLE, PICNIC PLATES, LATEST NOVELS. SEASONABLE NOVELTIES AND EASTER GIFTS. FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS. 3d PACKET. FAIRFIELD NEWSAGENCY Opposite Station ^airfield. GRAND SWIMMING CARNIVAL WILL BE HEM) BY The Carramar and Fairfield Swimming and Life-Saving Club Saturday, April 13 AT CARRAMAR v 2 p.m. i MILE ALLCOMERS from Latty's Boatshcd to Railway Bridge 60 yds. LADIES' CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. 50 yds. JUNIOR OPEN HANDICAP (under 16). 100 yds. SENIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. 1...

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

STUDEBAKER CAR FOR HIRE NO SATURDAYS. BAGLEE Cunningham-Bt, Fairfield.

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

GRANVILLE sonr.RR. Parkhill Rangers met Granville "Kewpies" in a practice match on Saturday, and the former won by five goals to one (Doogh 2, M. Fair burn 1, Bates 2. L. Fairburn scored for the kewpies. Granville Magpies were defeated by Gldesville by six goals to one, one Saturday. RED ROSE AT GRANVILLE The Granville Chamber of Com merce conducted successful motor cycle sports on Saturday, about 2000 people attending. A feature of the programme was the visit of the Red Rose aeroplane. The plane left Mascot, with Aid. Baldock as passenger, at 1.20 p.m. and travelling at a speed of 62 miles per hour,' reached Granville at 1.40 p.m. During the afternoon 50 passen gers were taken for flights, at 10/ per flight. Mr. Palmer (owner) piloted the machine. PERSONAL. Mr. Michael Ryan, of Granville, was killed in a motor car accident in Sydney, on Saturday night. Mr. Rumble (41), one time of the Tribune staff, Granville, died on Saturday. He had been a sufferer for some time past. He was a ve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORD CAR BURNT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

FORD CAR BURNT A Ford car, driven and owned by Mr. George Burnside of Carling ford, caught fire on Wednesday night, Woodville Road, Guildford, when petrol vapour came into contact with the exhaust flare. The rear of the car was badly burned, before Guildford Fire Brigade could ex tinguish the flames.

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Another Station Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Another Station Wanted In a letter at Cabra-Valc Council meeting: on Monday night: F. T. Gonham urged the aldermen to make further efforts to obtain railway station facilities on the southern side of Prospect Creek, at a point about 16 miles 48 chains south from Sydney on the site re sumed by them for the purpose. The commissioners previously said they would build when conditions warrant ed it. The nearest station to this area is Carramar. Aid. Camkin suggested that the ward representatives confer with the writer of the letter as to the best means of taking action. Aid. Hill said some influence had been responsible for the site being removed. The time would soon come when the present state of the wards would have to be reconsidered. He agreed with Aid. Canikins' suggestion. The topic was a serious one for the people in the locality conccrned. Three-parts of the patronage to Carramar station came from this side of the line. The site was just near Hartley's tennis courts. Aid. Watt al...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

PERSONAL The people of Cabre-Vale will, on April 16, make presentations to two old-time residents) who are leaving the district for Wollongong-Mr. and Mrs..A. E. A. Johnston. .Mr. Clark .(85) Polding-at., an old-time resident of Fairfield, died at 1.30 a.m. on Monday. His re mains were interred at Rookwood cemetery on Tuesday. Thed death occurred on Tuesday last, at the residence of her son, Canley Vale, of Marion Marden, relict of the late Alfred L. Marden, aged 70 years. The friends of Mr. R. Schey, of Guildford, sympathise with him in vthe recent death of his mother, whose funeral took place on Wed nesday at Rookwood cemetery. Aid. Gillies made his reappearance at the council table, Fairfield, on Tuesday night, and asked a num ber of questions to bring him up-to date . His trip evidently was bene ficial . Mrs. H. £. Ellis and children will be leaving Suva on March 30, and arrive here on April 4 by Sierra and will be staying with her mother, Mrs. A. S. Saywell, Smithfield. Mr. Tho...

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

St. John's Park School of Arts EASTER BALL MARCH 30 Full Orchestra, New-time Dances. Prizes for best Evening Dress. Prizes for Dancers. ? 4 Seagrass Chairs or Table? for I Euchre, A other prizes. Gents 2/6, Ladies 2/. Refreshments. T. HUNT, Organiser. A. 0LLIB, Hon. Stic.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Football Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Select Football Usance Will be held in School of Arts, Fairfield, on THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920. Gents 2/3. Ladies 1/6. Roll up and give the Local Lads, a kiek-WF for tnfe ctfmintf defeSWn.

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Ex-Ald. Bell and Council [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Ex-Aid. Bell and Council Ex-Aid. J. Y. Bell Wrote to Fair field Council on Tuesday night, in quiring if the concrete slabs were to be placed in position to give him access to his property. The engineer submitted a report, which in effect stated that the water flowed naturally through Mr. Bell's property. The matter was deferred until a reply was received from the L.G. solicitor in connection with the en gineer's report. Aid. Burleigh said they were led to believe that ex-Aid. Bell would allow the necessary work on his property; and were later told that the offiers were refused permission to take the levels, being practically ordered off the premises. He did not think that meaning could be placed on Mr. Bell's action; he had merely told the officers, permission had not been given for them to go on his property and he did not wish that work carried out by them. Aid. Burleigh considered placing the slabs there would not interfere with the running of the water. The Mayor said the matter...

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Ploughing, Carting, etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Ploughing, Carting, etc. 6. HARRIS is prepared to under* take ploughing, canine, etc., in any part of Fairfield and District. Terms moderate. Foltffng-tft,, FaWfiVTd.

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Municipal Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

Municipal Works. The works committee submitted the following at Tuesday's meeting of Fairfield Council: Reporting that it (the committee) deferred reporting upon the condi tion of Prairievaie-road at Heine mann's until after an inspection had been made. Recommending council to give notice to Margaret Bush requiring ber to remove, within fourteen days, the fence encroaching upon that portion of lot 18, resumed for the purpose of extending Mandarine-st. southerly from Tangerine-st. to River Avenue. Recommending council to refer to the health inspector the complaint by J. W. Cox, respecting the condU tion of the watertables in Laurel-st. Reporting that it (the committee) was unable to present any recom mendation with respect to Bossley's Bridge until the opinion of the Cabra Vale Council had been obtained. Recommending council to inform the Springfield Progress Association that it was proposed to top-dress the central portion of the roadway of Broughton-st. with the spoil from The Cres...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

' Albert Hirst Sawmill SMITHF1ELD ST., FAIRFIELD (Near fJie Goods Yard) Timber, Posts, Pailings, Tomato and Grape Cases Garden Stakes DRY FIREWOOD A. G. RATFORD GENERAL CARRIER Liverpool road CANLEY VALE FIREWOOD DRY BLOCKWOOD-Per cwt. 2/; i-ton. 7/9; 1-ton, 14/6; ton, 28/. COAL-2/6 per cwt. BEST MORTLAKE COKE-2/3 a bag. GRAPE BOXES-1/ .each. TOMATO BOXES-8d '^ach. W. E. GOULD John street, Cabramatta Phone: Liv. 371 (Near Railway) A. J. Say well Fruiterer and Confectioner, Greengrocer, Etc.. AH the Choicest Fruits in Season. Cart Delivers to All Parts of tbe District. WARE STREET, FAIRFIELD Two Doors from The CreBcent. R. GOULD. Refreshments-Cooked Meats onil Small 'goodB-Milk WSSVir. Cohfectionery-Cool Driml and Ice Creams. V j Tobacco, Clgarsf Cigarettes. |r GUILDFORD, Oppotite SUtljm. Plume ami Voeo Btftwfers In mtfc* ? tioWl Cabramat RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA STATION J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRIETOR Telephone; Liverpool 166 Specially Selected Wines 3/- a Bottle Free Delivery of All District ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAMS, PRESERVES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

JAMS. (PRESERVES, ETC. Collection bottled (ruit in syrup; Mrs. 1. W, Edmondson 1. Collection bottled jellies; Miss E. M. Beattie. JAM. Peach; Miss E. M. Beattie X and 2. Light plum; Miss E. M. Beattie 1 and 2. Dark plum; Mrs. H. L. Beattie X, Miss E. M. Beattie 2. White grape;-Mrs. H L. Beatticl, Miss E. M. Beattie 2. Black grape; Mrs E. S. Henderson X, Miss & M. Beattie 2. Apricot (made from fresh or dry); Mrs. M. Mill 1, L, G. Paterson 2. vOrange (sweet); Mrs. J. W. Ed mondBon X, Mrs. H. L. Beattie 2. Orange (Seville): Mrs H. L. Beat tie X, Mrs. E. S. Henderson 2. Pear: Miss E. M. Beattie X and 2. Quince: Miss E. M. Beattie X and 2. Lemon- and melon; Miss E. M. Beattie X, Miss E. Harrison 2. Tomato; Miss E. M. Beattie X, Mrs. H. L. Beattie 2. Shaddock: Miss E. M. Beattie 1, Mrs. H. L. Beattie 2. Fig; Mrs. M. Mill X, Miss E. Harri son 2. Strawberry; Mrs M. Mill X. Passion Fruit: Mrs. M. Mill X, Mrs. H. L. Beattie 2. Melon and Pineapple: Miss E. M. Beattie X. Gooseberry; Mrs...

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

F&ii'field Bakery THE CRESCENT. 11K aim Is.etraight to please I nit my object, too, Ky wedding and my Jblrthday cakes, - Are inst what woul^ suit you. I'm noted for raybread, My smallgoods take the lead, So come along and buy Your patronage I need. TRY MY TEA CAKES. BUN LOAVES. OR COFFEE ROLLS COFFEE CAKE, is very nice. My carts deliver everywhere. Just ask the cart to call And you will be satisfied. I SELL THE BEST BREAD-I DON'T KEEP IT. F. G. HENDERSON, Proprietor J. G. McBURNE Y & CO. (Late Collins & Co.) r ...... " SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD ?. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT Regular Supplies of Best Country Pollard and Bran Primest Riverina Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Poultry Food and Spices of all Kinds Bulb Supplies of' Sacaline, Barley, Sunrise Oats, Algerian Oats, Green . feast Peas, Canadian Wonder Beans, and «iGarden Seeds. PATON BURNS FERTILISERS. PHONE No.: LIV. 238. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. District Agent for Texaco Motor...

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OVERSEA DEVELOPMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

OVERSEA DEVELOPMENTS Mr. John Liston of the General Electric Company of New York has recently reviewed the year's work in radio research and' has outlined some remarkable results. Apart from the introduction of television broadcast, he instances the invention of a vacuum tube op erating on six metres and fifty times as powerful as proceeding short wave tubes; the use of thyatron tubes for furnace temperature control. . A new form of rectifier tube for relatively high voltages and currents up to 20 amperes is of particular value for obtaining the high direct current necessary for radio trans mission .

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COUNCIL FINANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929

COUNCIL FINANCES In Tuesday night Fairfield Coun cil passed accounts totalling in the various funds: General, £298/8/1; electricity trading £78/0/6; trust fund, £60/1/8; water mains, £165/16/5; materials, etc., £94/7/8.

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