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CABRAMATTA COT FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

CABRAMATTA COT FUND A public meeting was held ir the Tfurt Cabismr.tta, on Tuesday. Mtrr'.i 26, in aid of this Cot Fund. TSx ladies present w^re: MuRiiiunes W. H. Johnson, Geo. Yv.nc, Wilson Hirst W. P. Cook, A. N urns, Ni rim:n Hajil'nry, J. McBurnev n"il Miss McJUirney. v The Mayor-ss (Mrs. McP-irnoy) occnpw.J the thai:, w! *i<t Mrs. Wilson Hirst -was an pciticd hon. treas., nnd Mr?. W. H. Johofon hon. sec. The next me.?t ir.< Mill be held on April .1, when it wil; b< decided whit form of entci . tain, rnt will be hold *.o raise the Jieoi'isar.v funds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

MISS R. WHYFOON (From the Studio of Mr. Hector R. Maclean). TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LIVERPOOL ROAD, CANLEY VALE, Miss Alwyn Hardie Expert teacher of Stage, Step and Toe Dancing, Song and action. Foes Moderate. Classes every Saturday at 10 a.m. Assembly Hal), Guildford Road, Opposite Station, Guildford. Wreathe, Bridal Bouquets, all Floral Designs at Shortest Notice Shoulder Posies a Specialty. JANETTE FLORIST (MISS E. MACPHERSON.) GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD. PHONE: U.W. 8546. Miss ELVY FERGUSON, A.V.C.M (Late of Warwick McKenxice Studio) TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND THEORY Arrangements made at MRS. MASON "Hasbury" Smart Street Fairfield. Singer Sewing Machines C. W. EMMS, CARRINGTON-ST., CARRAMAR District Representative. Ring Carramar P.O. 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 F...

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DRUIDS INSTALLATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

DRUIDS INSTALLATION _ On April 2nd, the annual installa tion in conncction with the Native Rose Lodge, Granville, took place. Sister Argyle was installed in the office of Arch Druidess. District President Bro. Richards and officers of No. 10 Royal Arch Chapter creditably carried out the installation. Refreshments were served. The annual balance-sheet showed the lodge to be advancing both financially and numtrfcally.

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SUBURBAN TRAIN FARES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

SUBURBAN TRAIN FARES Mr. James McGirr asked the Sec retary for Public Works and Minister for Railways, in the Assembly: "(1) In view of the fact that during last year the present Govern ment agreed to an increase in train feres on suburban residents to the extent of as much as 39 per cent, in certain cases, and in view of the fact that some £800,000 has been taken from consolidated revenue to pay to the railway to make up deficits, and in view of the fact that a proportion of this has further come from the pockets of suburban railway travell ers, when does he propose to offer some form of relief to the travelling public by way of reduction in train fares in the suburbs ? (2) Will he also state what has been the profit earned by the railway on the Sydney to Bankstown line during the past twelve months ? Answer deferred.

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C. OF E. NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

C. OF E. NOTES At Smithficld the Girls' Bible class have presented a handsome Prayer Book for the reading room. Tymns Ancient and Modern have been introduced at Smithficld church. Paint has been purchased to reno vate the church at Smithficld, and Mr. R. Robinson is to supervise the volunteer painters. Mr. H. E. S. Doyle delivered lec tures at Sinithfield and Fairfield on the Passion, with lantern slides. The choir rendered "The Story of the Cross." A start has been made to prepare the tennis court at Fairfield. Fairfield teachers and friends arc out to secure a kindergarten hall. A committee has been appointed at Wetherill Park with the object of having a church erected there.

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GUILDFORD SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

GUILDFORD SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' CLUB The above club was formed on the 26th. ult., and the following officers clected:-President, Mr. C. Packer; v.p's. Mr. McNaught, Mr. Wilson and Mr. Perrin. Hon. Sec. Sgt. Evans, V.C. D.S.M., treas, J. Priggie. Committee: Messrs McGuire, Leaver, Sinclair, Morgan, Chapman, Howard, J. Fowles, C. Dirks, Savage and Thornton. The next meeting of the club is at the Elite Theatre, Guildford, next Thursday, 9th April, at 8 p.m. All Diggers and Ex-Service men are cordially invited to attend. The movement of the Guildford Soldiers is likely to have far reach ing effect. , These men are taking over their own affairs in the matter of per sonally volunatarily helping their less fortunate comrades who are ill, and have wives and families. There is no doubt that the soldier under stands his own affairs, and the pub lic sympathy will be gained by their actions as Anzacs-that they were Anzacs-that they are still. The movement, broadly, is already one for congratul...

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Electricity for Yennora "Will Progress Quickly." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

Electricity for Yennora "Will Progro»i Quickly." Tho electrical engineer of liolroyd Council on Tuesday night submitted the following report jn connection with the reticulation o£ Yennora subdivision. "I enclose herewith an estimate for the reticulation of Yennora, the total cost of which is £4500. Of this amount, £1874/14/11 would not require to be expended at once, as there is no settlement at present, Tho scheme provides for the H.T. supply to be taken off the end of the existing high tension line in Chet wynd-road to Guildford-road, down Yennora Avenue to Loftus-road just past Fowler-road. At present there would be only about 20 consumers, but there is no doubt that this dis trict will progress very quickly, and the people in this arcfi are paying lighting and loan rates. . Finlayson's estate also requires reticulating, and the trading under taking cannot be expected to carry out these worlcs out of revenue. I recommend that a further loan of £10,000 be raised to carry out the a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

For cash BLUE LABEL TEA .... 2/2 lb. LARGE BARS SOAP, APEX Sid Bar LARGE FLOOR POLISH 1/8 Tin 61b. pkts. S.R. FLOUR 1/3 pkt, 21b. pkts APEX FLOUR 6|d pkt. LARGE TINS COCOA, 16 or. nctt 1/8 tin LARGE PURE HONEY l/8| Bottle LARGE SAND SOAP, 8d Cuke NU vLINO POLISH 4Jd Tin LARGE BOTTLES PICKLES, Mixed 81d LARGE MUSTARD PICKLES Sid LARGE APEX FRUIT SALINE 4M LARGE CAKES BATH SOAP, 6 cakes toi fy RICH SULTANA CAKE Sid lb. LARGE TINS OF CHEAP JAMS IN STOCK. ORDERS COLLECTED & DELIVERED. Butter, Bacon and Chocsc specialities PLEASE NOTE U. E. Haworth BUSY CORNER, CANLEY VALE. Phone: Liv. 326.

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WORKERS' HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

Mr. James McGirr asked the Col onial Treasurer in the Assembly: (1) In view of the fact that many moil who have gone out into the suburban areas having: taken advan tage of the Government Savings Bank Act to erect their homes, and have in many cases through no fault of their own been thrown out of em ployment, will he take some steps, in order that they may not be forc ed to sacrifice their homes, to make some arrangements for the sus pension of interest and instalment payments until such time as they again become employed " (2) Further, should a reduction in the basic wage, as forecasted in the press, operate, will he take steps to sec that payments of instalments and interest to the bank will be reduced on the weekly rate, so that it will come into operation simultaneously with the proposed reduction, and so save these unfortunate workers from having to sacrifice their homes and lose the hard-earned savings already invested by them as deposits on these homes ? The answer was defer...

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CABRA-VALE DRUID'S EUCHRE AND DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

CABRA-VALE DRUID'S EUCHRE AND DANCE The above Lodge will hold a grand cuchrc party and dancc in the Town Hall, Cabramatta, on Saturday, April 13. See advt.

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SIMAR ROTOTILLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

SIMAR ROTOTILLER. A demonstration of the above cul tivator will be given today (Satur day) at 2 p.m. at Mr. W. Stein's farm at Bossley Park. All farmers and others interested are invited to be present.

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GARBAGE TINS ON FOOTPATHS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

GARBAGE TINS ON FOOTPATHS Beginning with April 1 the garb age service in Holroyd Municipality became optional. Up to Tuesday night 21 householders had made ap plication to have the service con tinued. Aid. Shaw stated that, on walking round Merrylands he had seen garbage pans standing out on the footpath, waiting for the cart. Evidently the people were unaware of the change. The inspector said he thought the matter would soon adjust itself. "Yes," said the Mayor, "Mrs. Brown says something to Mrs. Jones and they soon find out the strength of it." ' . v.'.-j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

L. E. Young & Go. ONLY WHERE SUCH VALUES CAN BE SECURED. Hardware Merchants and Importers Builders' and Plumbers' Suppliers, Home Furnishers Phone UW9465, &U Depts. MERRYLANDS, "Regina" 10" Lawn Mowers, 8" wheels, 5" blades, 37/6. 12" Lawn Mower, 8" wheel, 5" blades 40/. 12" Paragon Ball Bearing, 5" blade, 8" wheel, 49 /. 2 Stainless Knives given away with every Cash Purchase of £1 or over. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN WIRE NETTING 6ft. x 2" Mesh, 1.9 Gauge, per roll, 50 yards 6ft. 20/6; 5ft. 17/6; 4ft 13/9; 3ft. 10/6; 2ft 6in. 9/3; 2ft. 7/7. GALV. CORR. IRON, Baldwin'* "Phoenix Crown" (26 Gauge), per ton-5fit. to 8ft. £25/10{ Oft. £26 10ft. £26/10. If Half«ton of one *ise or half.ton tof mixed it ordered then came rate ia charged which ts a follow* per ?Wi-5ft. 2/2j 6ft. 2/7| 7ft. 3/OJ; 8ft. 3/6; 9ft. 4/; 10ft. 4/7. Leiter Quantities, per *heet-Sft. 2/4; 6ft. 2/9j 7ft. 3/3; 8ft. 3/9; 9ft; 4/31; 10ft. 4/11. Number of «hefet« of Gatv. Iron, 26 approx. to 1 ton-Sft. 236; 6ft. 1...

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CABRAMATTA. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

CABRAMATTA. PERSONAL. Miss Mabel Buldock, of Hills Greek, Cabramatta, was taken on Tuesday night to the Auburn DUtrict Hospital, by Liverpool Ambulance, to undergo an operation for appendi citis. Miss Louie Lunn, of Canley Vale, haB just returned from three week's holiday at Tuggerah Lakes. Mr. J. Clarke, Miss Clarke and Master Clarke, of Cabramatta, mot ored to Canberra for the Easter holi days. Others to make the trip were Miss Heckenburg and Mrs. W. H. John ston. SOCCER. On Saturday (to-day) Cabramatta Soccer Club will play Wastinghouse Brake Coy. team at Concord. Play ers are asked to catch the 1.45 p.m. train from Cabramatta. EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE St. John's Park School of Arts Committee held another successful euchre party on Saturday night, in aid of the building fund. Miss J. Thomas won the lady's first prize, Mrs. Ireland 2nd, Mrs. Thomas 3rd and Mrs. Hamilton 4th. The success ful gents were: Mr. Anderson 1st, Mr. E. Lunn 2nd, Mr. Brain 3rd and R. Burrows 4th. The prize fo...

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MERRYLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

MERRYLANDS. A meeting: of footballers, called for last Tuesday night, was not well attended. No business was trans acted; but another meeting was ar ranged for. THE CRUCIFIXION. A large crowd attended the Methodist Church, Morrylands, on f Easter Sunday Afternoon, and en joyed a splendid rendition of "The Crucifixion," by Auburn and Merry lands Methodist Choirs, combined. The soloiss were Mr. James Gibb, (tenor) and Mr. Bert Haigh (bass) Both were in excellent voice and are singers of no mean ability. Mrs. Morris (Auburn) presided at the organ. The conductor, Mr. Percy Deane, was gratified with the manner in which the artists responded to the directions of his baton, and with the large attendance. "PRINCESS JU JU" On .Wednesday, May 1, the pupils and friends of Miss Copas, of Gran ville, will present, in the Methodist Church Hall, at Merrylands, the operetta, "Princess Ju Ju" (or "The Golden Amulet"). The proceeds will go towards the church funds, and at the popular charges of 1/ an...

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B. GRADE—2nd Division. CANLEY VALE V GUILDFORD Played at Canley Vale. CANLEY VALE—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

B. GRADE-2nd Division. CANLEY VALE V GUILDFORD Played at Canlcy Vale. CANLEY VALE-1st Innings. C. Hartley, b F. Gough 16 S. Palmer, b J. Davis 58 L. Ward, c J. Davis, b H. Allen 14 D. Russell, c Morpuss, b Riley 6 A. Ward, jnr., c Riley, b H. Allen 2 C. Johnson, b J. Davis 0 R. Palmer, b J. Davis 6 R. Mildwater, b T. Williams .. 18 R. Rcardon, b J. Davis .. .. 11 H.. Bailey, b J. Davis .. .... 13 W. Hartley, not out 1 Sundries 2 Total 146 Bowling: J. Davis 5-43, T. Gough 1-23, E. Buggy 0-6, A. Riley 1-40, H. Allen 2-20, T. Williams 1-11. GUILDFORD-1st Innings. T. Bell, b D. Russell ...... 0 F. Gough, b W. Hartley .. .. 14 C. Riley, c D. Russell, b W. Hartley 17 C. Morpuss, b W. Hartley .... 7 J. Davis, b D. Russell .. .. .. 17 T. Williams, not out .. ., .. .. 1C E. Buggy, run out 2 H. Allen, not out 2 Sundries 7 Six wickets for 82 Bowling: D. Russell 2-21, W. Hartley 3-34, S. Palmer 0-17, C. Hartley 0-3. LIVERPOOL v IVY LEAVES Played at Lansdowne LIVERPOOL-1st Innings D. Smith, b Os...

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Holroyd's Finance COUNCIL'S WAY OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

Holroyd's Finance COUNCIL'S WAY OUT At Tuesday night's meeting of the liolroyd Council a letter was read from the L.G. Association, in reply to council's request for reconsider ation of the matter of proposed con version of the general fund overdraft at 31st. December, last to a fixed loan. The letter pointed out that the Minister, after carcful consideration, is of opinion that the council's request is not one which he should recommend for the approval of the Governor, especially as it is under stood that the overdraft was not expended on works of a permanent nature, such as might reasonably be charged against a special loan, and the council can extend its overdraft to enable it to carry on until the rates are received. If it is found that after provision is made for repayment of a reason able proportion of the overdraft during the current year, the revenue will not permit of permanent works which the council, considers to be necessary, apparently the proper course for the council ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

THE FAIRFIELD GARAGE, FAIRFIELD Proprietor, H. PODMORE. MOTOR REPAIRS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ELECTRICAL EXPERT. BATTERY CHARGING AND REPAIRS OILS, PETROL, TYRES AND ACCESSORIES. CHARGES REASONABLE AND WORK GUARANTEED. Tel. Liv. 69M. .Phone: Liverpool 132 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 Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone: Liv. 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 Agents Property Salesmen THE CRESCENT. FAIRFIELD Conveyance Provided (or Inspection Rente Collected Insurances Effected Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Crossland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Bstwfen Canley Vale and Fairfield) Vwtt "all parte of Cabre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

Fairfield PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL Phone 301 J Liverpool Phone 301 J Liverpool Nurse Podmore, A. T. N. A. . (Registered) (Certificated Royal Hospital (or Women, Sydney) ADDRESS: "ST. KEVERN," BARBARA ST,. FAIRFIELD (Near the Fire Station) Outdoor and Indoor Cases Attended. All Parts Visited Nervous Diseases, Baby Welfare, and Maternity Cases Attended

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B. GRADE lst Division. LIVERPOOL A. v FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. Played at Liverpool LIVERPOOL—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

B. GRADE l.t DWUion. LIVERPOOL A. v FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. Played at Liverpool LIVERPOOL-1st Innings. W. Cook, b Barnes 15 S. Webb, b Barnes 0 J. Marsden, b Learmonth .... B I. Laing, c Nicholas, b Barnes .. 1 F. Thorn, b Learmonth . . .. 0 Neagle, b Barnes 0 J. Hayden, b Barnes 1 J. Bradbury, b Learmonth .... 5 G. Garard, not out 0 J. Jones, run out 1 Sundries 5 Total 33 Bowling: R. Learmonth 3-15, A. Barnes 5-13. FAIRFIELD-1st Innings R. Learmonth, c sub., b Webb 30 E. Corby, c Laing, b J. Jones .. 6 W. A&smusscn, b J. Jones .... 4 N, Bowtell, c Webb, b Cook .. 24 0. Douglas, b Jones 33 A. Barnes, not out . . 25 A. Barrett, not out 10 Sundries 13 Five wickets for 144 Bowling: J. Jones 3-33, I. Laing 0-13, F. Thorn 0-35, W. Cook 1-20, S. Webb 1-30. FAIRFIELD IONIC v LAN5DOWNE Played at Fairfield. LANSDOWNE-1st Innings. E. Preston, stp. Soult, b W. Baxter 22 J. Davidson, b Horn 11 E. Brooker, b Horn 2 W. Hancock, c and b W. Baxter 4 G. Gibb, b Horn 7 W. Armstrong, b L. Baxter .....

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