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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 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 Gents, 2/6 Quarter; Ladies, 2/6 Widows, Wives and Daughters of Members 1/6 per quarter H. L. GIBB, President A. D. HODGINS, Sec. If "The Bias" Newspaper «uiu you, recommend it to your friendi. THE NEW "ASTOR" RADIO Extracts from the makers of the new "Astor" 6-Valve set now on view at M. WILSON'S Radio Stores, Ware-St., Fairfield H.T. BATTERIES.-2 Batteries supplied, viz., 1 heavy duty 60 volt, 1 heavy duty 45, volt,-total 102 volts. This iB correct voltage and Ehould not be exceeded. H. BATTERY-Total consumption .4 amps. VALVES-5 valves of the .06 type and one of the .1 amp. type 6 volt-total ? valves. CABINET-Wood Cabin'et. The Batteries are self-contained. RECEPTION-With one or two exceptions, where reception is particu larly bad we guarantee INTERSTATE daylight receptioq; in any case the Bet is supplied on this condition irr...
BUS SERVICE TO HORSLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
BUS SERVICE TO HORSLEY At Fairfield Council on Tuesday night it was decided to assist the proposal to establish a motor bus service to Horsley by voting £50 to wards the maintenance of the road way of the main road from Dublin st to Cowpasture Road, to be ex pended under the direction of the Mayor, subject to: (1) the propriet or of Horsley Estate (S. C. Vicars) contributing the sum of £86 and (2) the firm of Arthur" Rickard and Co. Ltd. contributing the sum of £50.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
and Electrical Supplies FROM A NEEDLE TO AN ANCHOR, ANY MAKE, SIZE, TYPE OR PRICE IN RADIO OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. Always fresh stocks of Dry Batteries for Torches. Radio and numerous other requirements on hand. Ail Hieltes of Irons, including: the Wonderful "S jnbeetji." "Beach," "Hotpoint," "Hecla," "Gurney," etc.. Stoves and Ranges. "Dux" Bath and Tap Beater, Rapid Jugs, Kettles etc. "Udisco" all Electric, Semi-Electric and "Astoi'* shielded Radio Receivers, together with any other make. It will be to your benefit to call and inspect, or PhoneLiv. 3205 or write and I will attend to your requirements. Let me install the Light or Power in your home. M. WILSON WARE ST., FAIRFIELD LICENSED RADIO AND ELECTRICAL CONTRATOR. MORE THAN A TRINKET OR SOME "SWEET" THING SOON FORGOTTEN. LtkeJanftAvnn> oecttuc IRON. 57/0 THE GUARANTEED IRON THIS PRACTICAL GIFT WILL SHOW THAT YOU HAD YEARS OF HER HAPPINESS IN MIND. The neatest, worthiest little ease you ever saw, of fireproof, Bhro Art Ste...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
FISH. FISH, LARGE TINS HERRINGS IN SAUCE 8|d & ????. SEE OUR WINDOW FOR LOWER PRICES HENDERSON, PREMIER STORES, CABRAMATTA. Brakes;imaaaa ALL PAPERS I ALL BOOKS I ALL MAGAZINES ! R. J. GREGORY, NEWSAGENT & STATIONER - OANLEY VALE SPECIAL AKNOUNOEMENT Ha^hg secured the Agency for the Aeolean Company, I am now prepared to supply Gramophones and Records. A good selec tion of the Latest always on hand. Drop in and hear them. Remember: I stick to City Prices for Everything.. All Classes of Poultry Bought for Cash. Lorry Calls Everywhere Ring, Write, or Call. Phone, UW 9473 L. Alcorn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT . GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD I have an Up-to-date Clean Stock of Groceries and Stock only the Best Brands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ON DAILY And Orders are Delivered Same Day as Received FULL STOCKS OF PRODUCE, WOOD, COAL, AND COKE Ashcroft's Butchery Cabramatta FOR HIGH CLASS MEAT Try our Com Brisket with bone Phone: Liverpool 77 Horace Smith, Wishes to ...
EX-SERVICE MEN'S CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
EX-SERVICE MEN'S CLUB Over 100 returned men were pres ent at the Elite, Guildford, Tuesday night, when a branch of the Ex Serviee Men's Club was formed. Mr. C. Parker, of Guildford, was elect ed president, Mr. Evens (V.C., D.C.) of Merrylands, secretary; Mr. Prigg, of Guildford, is treasurer. A furth er meeting will be held on April 9,
GUILDFORD. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
GUILDFORD. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A meeting, of the Progress Asso ciation was held on Thursday night, Mr. Tamplin presiding. There was a good attendance, but business was only of a formal nature. CRICKET. Guildford and Wentworthville played the final in the Parramatta District Competition on Saturday. Scores: Guildford, all out for 129. Wentworthville, 1st innings 208, 2nd innings 2 for 170, The winner of the competition was Dundas Club. EUCHRE AND DANCE. On Tuesday, April 28, & euchre party and dance will be held in'the Elite Theatre, Guildford, to assist Mrs. Swanston and family, of Salis bury Road. POPULAR GIRL. The popular girl competition held at Guildford, in connection with the recent memorial carnival realised £245/19/4. Miss ennedy won, with £134; while Mr. Thulburn was rcsoonsible for £111/19/4. This total added to the £450 raised last week mokes £G96. From this ccrtain ex penses have to be deducted. Miss Eileen Mundy was also r can didate at the beginning of the co...
CABRAMATTA. GANGER APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
CABRAMATTA. GANGER APPOINTED The successful applicant for the position of ganger to Cabra-Vale Council was Mr. F. Farr, of Waver ley. He and three others were pres ent at Monday night's meeting. The appointment was decided after a couple of hours of argument. Aid. Reardon and Goodchild' had their votes recorded against Jthe appoint ment of a ganger. MOTHERS' CLUB DANCE On Saturday, April 6, a euchre party and old and new dance, will be held in the Cabramatta Town Hall. The function is being organ ised by the Mothers' Club of Sabra matta Public School. Sc-agrass chairs are offered as first prizes, with four other euchre prizes and lucky door number. Novelty dances will be introduced.
LIVERPOOL. WOOD CHOPPING CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
LIVERPOOL. WOOD CHOPPING CONTEST The wood-chopping contest at the Liverpool Show on Saturday was a most exciting one, and resulted in the defeat of the State Champion, Mr. M. McCarthy, by a very narrow margin, by a 20 seconds man. McCarthy won his heat in the wonderful time of 41 sees, cutting a 16 inch dry log. The results were: Open Chop: N. Christianson (20 sees.) 1, N. Cheers (14 sees) 2nd, G. Sutton (25 sees) 3rd. McCarthy was fourth. All are Sydney men. Local Chop: A. Wilson, junior (10 sees.) 1; A. Wilson, senior (10 sees.) ; L. Cousins (scr.) 3. E. Shannon (scr.) was fourth man. S.D. TENNIS ASSOCIATION Following arc the results of last Saturday's matches: A. GRADE-Liverpool ll beat Wyreema, 9-54 to 0-23. Ingleburn 1 beat Liverpool 2, by 16 games. South End, bye. B. GRADE.-Railway 1 beat Pres tons 7-44 to 2-25. Railway 2 beat Liverpool 3 by 11 games. Picton 1 beat Railway Institute 4-46 to 6-41. St. Patrick 2 beat Picton 2, 5-40 to 4-33. Redbank beat St. Patrick 3, 8-52 to 1-...
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. Swimmers and others interested are reminded of the swimming carni val to be held at Carramar on April 13, under the auspices of the Carra mar and Fairfield Swimming Club. There are eight items on the "pro gramme for lady and gents (senior and junior), for which entries close on April 8, with Mr. Torry Edwards (Fairfield) , Mrs. J. Parkes &lt;"The Gum. Nut," Carramar), or MrJ A. Kemble, sec., Haughton-st., Fair field. There are also other events. See advt. in this issue.
HEALTHY PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
HEALTHY PROGRESS At Tuesday night's meeting of Fairfield Council, applications to build, totalling £5381, were approv ed of. This speaks volumes for the onward march of the town. Aid. Tooker suggested that more pub licity might be given to these appli cation from time to time, by sending them to the daily press.
PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
PROPERTY SALE. On Saturday, April 13, Messrs. Middleton and Tully, auctioneers, Liverpool, will offer at auction, under instructions from the Public Trustee, the property and brick cot tage of Mr. A." W. Dummett (de ceased). situated in Smithfield Road, Fairfield. The sale will take place at Liverpool Court House at noon.
CAN[?]EY VALE P. & C. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
CANLEY VALE P. & C. The new officers of the Canley Vale P. and C. Association were appointed last week. They are: president, Mr. L. Fisher; v-p's, Mr. E. White and Mrs. Westacott; treas urer, Mr. T. Withall; secretary, Mr. R. S. Light Auditors, Mr. W. H. Johnston and W. Young.
Fairfield Park AND HORSESHOE BEND [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
Fairfield Park AND HORSESHOE BEND The Mayor placed the matter of improving -Fairfield Park before the council on Tuesday night: "Having been informed that there was & possible chance of this council being able to obtain a grant (or the prom ise of a grant) in the next financial . year, I instructed the town clerk to write to Mr. James McGitTi M.L.A., and ask him to arrange a deputation to wait upon one of the Ministers. You will see from the reply receiv ed from the Hon. E. T. Ball, M.L.A., Minister for Lands, that there is a fair prospect of an amount being placed on the Estimates for the next financial year for the improvement of public parks generally! Our ap plication having been in early may give us a prior right to a grent to be applied to the improvement of that natural recreation ground known as the "Horseshoe Bend" in the Fairfield Park. "I do not think that there is an other spot so close to Sydney that presents such features for the mak ing of an ideBl picnic, swi...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
FOOTBALL. The Fairfield junior B grade Foot ball Club held a meeting in Torry Edwards' hairdressing saloon on Tuesday night. Mr. Mclntyre was clceted president. On Thursday. April 8, the club will hold a select dance in the School of Arts, Fairfield, in order to raise funds. "A" GRADE The "A" grade club met on Mon day night, Mr. J. Hey presiding, there was a good attendance. It is cxpected that a Manly team will visit Fairfield the first Sunday after Easter and meet a combined A and B grade team. A club delegate meeting will be held at Granville on Tuesday night. Messrs. J. Hey, D. Hey and J. Connelly will represent Fairfield Training commenced on Tuesday night, with a good muster of en thusiastic players.
BUILDING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
BUILDING REGULATIONS. At its meeting on Tuesday night, Fairfield' Council adopted the follow ing conditions where approval to build is given:-All buildings erect ed within the town improvement area to be placed not less than twelve inches from the ground at the low est part, with the exception of im pervious ftoors; all buildings within the town improvement area to be set back not less than twenty feet from the Btreet frontage; all build ings within the town improvement area to be provided with bathroom as provided for under the Local Go vernment Act.
Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
UII IJi.ll UH 1 -At,.'! , JU» " IfllU .Ml'i -W.L'o-l W-1 Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING The Mayor (Aid. McBurney), with Aid. Rcardon, Hanbury, Hirst, Firth Camkin, Bill, Watt and Goodchild, were present at Monday night'e meeting of the Cabra-Vale Council. CORRESPONDENCE. May Mitchell, secretary of Wo men's Hospital, Crown-st., Sydney, applied for permission to collect within the municipality.-Granted. H. Jones applied for a position as maintenance man, or roadmaking. Received. E. R. Tayilor applied for permis sion for the Cabramatta Soccer Club to use the park as playing area for the season, and to take up collec tions on the ground.-Granjted, the use of the park to be shared amicably with other clubs that may be form ed. It is anticipated there will be v. Rugby League Club. Aid. Camkin spoke of the neces sity for improvements on the park, and later it may be necessary to charge for the use of parks. A. G. Towsey, in enclosing cheque for rates, drew attention t...
TENNIS A GRADE. AMICI v ASCOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 30 March 1929
A GRABS:. AMICI v ASCOT. Played on Amid Court. G. McLintock and R. Drinkwater v W. Hoddinett and R. Sharpe, 1-6. A. Hoffman and Miss Drinkwater v H. Hoddinett and Miss Morgan, 0-2. C. Hoffman and Mrs. Clarke v W. Hoddinettt and Miss Hoddinett, 3-6. A. Hoffman, and C. Hoffman v H. Hoddinett and F. French, 2-6. Mrs. Clarke and Miss Drinkwater v Misses Hoddinett and Morgan, 3-6. G. McLintock and R. Drinkwater v H. Hoddinett and F. French, 1-6. G. McLintock and Miss Drinkwater v R. Sharpe and Miss Hoddinett, 6-6. R. Drinkwater and Mrs. Clarke v F. French and Miss Morgan, 6-3 . A. Hoffman and C. Hoffman v W. Hoddinett and R. Sharped, 6-2. Won by Aecot by 5 sets 42 games, to 4 acts 34 games. CORINGA v SWANELL. Played on Coringa Court. L. Baxter and W. Stein v 3. Warrad and Swan, 6-6. Miss E. Lehan and B. Paine v Miss Vaughan and Brody, 1-6. Mrs. Paine and Baxter v Mrs. Swan and Morrison, 5-6. C. Paine and Bert Paine v J, War rad and Swan, 1-6. Miss Lehan and Mrs. Paine v Miss Vaughan and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929
. J 1 11,11 L '- u Hotel Cabramatm % RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA STATION ' J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRIETOR g Telephone: Liverpool 166 Specially Selected Wines 3/- a Bottle Free Delivery of All District Orders TootMXXXAle * All Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines Ales, and Stouts, at STRICTLY CITY PRICES * CABRAMATTA BOOT STORE L. KERSHAW NEXT TO HENDERSON'S Best Quality Lowest Prices Latest Styles All Classes of Footwear Repairs Neatly Executed Best Quality Leather The man who puts the Wear in Footweir YOUR New Car ALL BRITISH THERE IS AN AUSTIN MODEL THAT WILL JUST SUIT YOUR PURPOSE, AND, MOREOVER. SUIT - YOUR POCKET AS WELL. EVERY AUSTIN CAR WILL BEAR THE CLOSEST COMPARISON WITH CARS OF FAR GREATER FIRST COST, WHILST NO CAR CAN BE COM PARED WITH AN AUSTIN FOR ECONOMY OF! UP KEEP AND LASTING SATISFACTION. AUSTINS ARE BUILT TO LAST AND Tt> GIVE THE PURCHASER THE MAXIMUM SATISFACTION. IT IS AFTER 50.000 MILES AND MORE OF ECONOMICAL OWNERSHIP THAT THE TRUE WORTH OF AN AUSTIN BECOMES APPARE...