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BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE—1st Division. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE-l*t Division. Batting. W. Clarke, Ingleburn 60 R. Baxter, Ionic 66 O. Douglas, Fairfield Juniors .. 33 R. Learmonth, Faircld Juniors 30 Bowling. A. Barnes, Fairfield Jun. .. .6/13 E. Williams, Guildford .. .. 4/12 L, Baxter, Ionic 3/11 W. Baxter, Ionic 3/16 R. Learmonth, Fairfield Jun. .. 3/15 B. GRADE 2nd DivUion. Batting. V. Palmer, Canley Vale, .... 68 R. Wyche, Liverpool 30 D. Smith, Liverpool 29 R. Smith, Liverpool 26 Bowling. J. Davis, Guildford 5-45 L. Lange, Ivy Leaves 4-20 D. Smith, Liverpool 4-26

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

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGIiAND FAIRFIELD. Sunday, April 7. Smithfield 11 |H.C.), Rev. H. E. Sogers; 7.16, Mr. R. Robinson. Fairfield 11, Mr. H. E.'S. Doyle; 7.15, Rev. H. E. Rogers. Mark Lodge 7.15, Mr. H. E. S. Doyle. Wetherill Park 3, Rev. H. E. Rogers CABRAMATTA 1st Sunday after Easter, April 7. Divine Services. Canley Vale 8.30 a.m. (H.C.) Vic ar; 11, Mr. McMillen; 7.16 p.m., Mr. Hardwick (Hurstville). Cabramatta 11 (H.C.), Vicar; 7.15 Mr. McMillen. St John's Park 7.16 p.m., Vicar. Gecil Park 3 p.m., Vicar. The Vicar will take for his sub ject, "The Walk to Emmaus." Luke 24. 16. METHODIST CHURCH April 7, 1929. Fairfield 11, Rev. G. W. Johnston (Sacrament); 7 Community singing; 7.16, Mr. W. J. Green. Liverpool 11, Mr. M. W. Hunt; 7.15 Rev. G. W. Johnston. Ingleburn 11.15, Mr. W. E. Wearne Smithfield 3, Rev. G. W. Johnston; 6.30, prayer meeting; 7, community singing; 7.16, Mr. W. M. Hunt. Cabramatta 11, Rev. H. Allen; 7, community singing; 7.15 Mr. I. V. Newman M.Sc. Hoxton Park ...

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

A. Adam The NOTED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, AUTUMN GOODS JUST OPENED Dress TWEED, 40 in. wide, Newest colours, 1/11 yd. Dress FLANNEL, Navy, 28 in. wide, 2/11 yd. Dress FLANNEL, 40 in, wide .range of colours. PLEATED SKIRTS of Wool Repp, with wool Jersey to tone for ' coats and jumpers. r FLANNELETTES in endless variety, from 10Id yd. Fadeless Frentwilla, 28 in., for Nights and Baby wear, 1/111 yd. WINCEYETTES, 40 in. wide, 1/4 and 1/6 yd. Ladies' Winter SINGLETS, short-sleeve, 1/11 each. Ladies* Winter BLOOMERS, Fleecy, 2/H each. .We stock Berlei's Corsets and Corselettes. Laidies'. Silk Hose, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 6/11, 6/11, 10/11 pair. Children's Hosiery, in half and S Hose, from 1/1 pair. Gent's Under Flannels, Dark Grey and Natural. Boys' Undershirts, from 1/9; Fleecy 2/11 each. Boys' Golf Top Hose, from 2/11 pair. MILLINERY - MILLINERY 1! MILLINERY I 1 - New Autumn Felts to Hand, to suit every Frock. Ladies' Black Parasols at 5/11 each. We make Frocks and Topcoats to order. Satisfaction ...

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CRICKET NEWS No. 2 COMPETITION TABLE 1st Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

CRICKET NEWS No. 2 COMPETITION TABLE 1st Division. Guildford A 8 Ionics 6 Ingleburn A. 6 Fairfield Juniors 4 Lansdowno 0 Liverpool A. 0 2nd Division. Glcnfield 8 Ganley Vale 7 Guildford B. 4 Ingleburn B, 4 Cabramatta 1 Ivy Leaves 0 Liverpool B 0

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BUFFALO'S CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

BUFFALO'S CONCERT AND DANCE. Fairfield branch of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Butfalos will hold their first grand annual con cert and dance in 'the Fairfield School of Arts, on Thursday, April 18, at 8 p.m. A wonderful pro gramme is being arranged, and artists are coming from Sydney, Parramatta, Burwood, Cabra-Vale and other centres to contribute items including singing, comedy sketches, instrumental and stage dancing. A jazz carnival will follow the concert, and the Buffalo's Own" jazz band will supply excellent music. The tickets are 1/6, with a limited num ber in the reserved area at 2/. Children half-price. All tickets will bear a lucky number.

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SPORTS CLUB OUTING (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

SPORTS GLUB OUTING (Contributed.) | On Good Friday "60 odd" mem bers of the Merrylands Sports Club, journeyed per motor to the Aero Estate near Ingleburn, where a day's fun was indulged in. This fun was'slightly marred by two accidents. The popular and energetic worker, Bert Crome, had the misfortune, while bowling at a wicket to slip and dislocate one of his shoulders. He was hurried to Liverpool Hospital for treatment. There was great jubilation round the camp fire when the genial Bert returned with his arm in a sling, and nominated himself as a com petitor in the singing competition. The sports events commenced with a cricket match, everbody fielding. Runs were very hard to get The local tailor, Bradley opened the innings for his side, and after scor ing nine was brilliantly caught on the boundary by |he ever popular treasurer, Alf Lawrence. It was impossible to score double figures, owing to the keenness of the field men. The gome finished 75 all. Followed the luncheon adourn me...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

P. G. TANNER TAILOR AND MERCER H. BELLEN6ER Tel. Liv. 259M THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD FOR VALUE NEW SEASONS GOODS NOW SHOWING COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO PULLOVERS AND SWEATEE COATS, from 12/6 PIES g^ACK AND GREY COTTON, 2Hose from .. 1/ AND COLOURED CASHMERE, IHose from .... 1/11 TUp rVmumat Fairfield READY TO WEAR TROUSERS from 7/XI 1 ne ^"68CenI, rurneiQ ROWEIL'S! Good-street - ? GRANVILLE SINGLE and DOUBLE WIRE GATES, all sizes. CHAIN WIRE, for front fences. WIRE NETTING 2 inch mesh-12inch6/;. 24in. 8/6; 36in, 11 /9; 48in, 14/ll;60in, .18/3; 72in., 22/6 per roll. FUEL STOVES "THE BEGA" 27. £4/12/6( 30, £S; 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 Splash Back. CHIP BATH HEATERS 28/6, 38/6, 47/6. GAS HEATERS From C5/5. ENAMELLED BATHS £5/10. £6/15. GALVANISED BATHS on leg*. 45/, 48/6. REINFORCED CEMENT TUBS l.t Quality 25/6, PORTABLE COPPERS and FRAMES, 10 gal. 46/; 12 call. 50/. Prompt Service Phone U.W.8241 Full...

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Just in Time INSANITARY DWELLING BURNT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

Just in Time INSANITARY DWELLING BURNT Holroyd'ts health inspector pre pared the following report to be submittted to the council on Tuesday night: "I recently inspected a very in sanitary dwelling in Irrigation-road, Merrylands, occupied by a family of nine. It is not fit for human occu pation, and I recommend a closing order expiring in thirty days." On Saturday last the family de serted the premises, and on Monday night the house was burnt to the ;gtound, although the Merrylands and Granville brigades were on the scene as quickly as possible. The property was owned by Mr. Burnham, who proposed to effect repairs during the Easter holidays.

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

Amtoidinn Cash Orders Ltd. 3S1-7 Pill street, Sydney ypr (Four Doors Below Water Board) Phone: M 6074 (2linei) Cash Orders for Everything 550 City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Term* (Mention this Paper) lUMonaibk CharfM. . All VfpA ONnalNi *" . 4 » ' >| BENZINE, OJ&S, Ac. ACCESSORIES STOCKED ^BiTTl»iES CHARGED. RING LtV. 32S. For your Breakdown Dajr or ' W* will fix Jt. CAR FOB HIRE. S. MONEY, Proprietor; .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 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. r. A TT P M Q I" ?.?;;.w.: ?.- .- ?,.... . . \ ) | CpSH pND CpR^Y ,» r Where All Fairfield Shops U ! Opposite Station {' CHOICEST NGRW COAST C^^MERV BUTTEffc f« PER LB. r ':rff' ? * FINEST GOLDEN fii SYRUP . 2 POUNDS CANDLES PLAIN »/ OT 1 . FLUTED . t P£R PKT. RECKITT'S; 4 /|] BLUE' | J® PER COZEN Just a few lines taken at Random from our Immense Stocks. All our Prices are equally as Startling. Inspect our Windows or better still, walk round our Stores. You will be Amazed ^ and delighted. PATTEN'S FAMOUS TEA 1/6 PER LB. MELBA PEACHES LARGE TIN Qii CONDENSED MILK PER TIN CHAMPION 4 /ax TOBACCO I / '2 Per 2 OZ. PKT. in your own leisurely way, at : ":..*"-V"kV'.' PATTEN'S Fsfft'jt"; .JJ ;< ..

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

TO ADVERTISERS. Owing to the large amount of news handled on Wednesdays and Thurs days (and which makes the paper all the more valuable to the adver tiser) clients would confer a favor by handing in their change of advts. by Tuesday afternoon-the earlier the better. This will help, us con siderably in the production of the paper, and give more time to display the large advts.

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SWIMMING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

SWIMMING CARNIVAL . Already there are very encourag ing entries for the swimming carni val to be held at Carramar on Sat urday next, 13th. Swimmers will be present from neighboring clubs.

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DANCE AT INGLEBURN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

DANCE AT INGLEBURN j^gelSgt dance will be held at IngUbburuon April 13, by the Soy SSpouW committee. Advt; in this i^wue? f"

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"THE BIZ" NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED at 9.30 a.m. FRIDAYS Local and General. FOOTBALL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

'THEBITNEWSPAPER. J PUBLISHED at fi.30 a.m. FRIDAYS Local andGeneral. - hL- . FOOTBALL DANCE. Ir&iipldf fo*fb»Uen IHU hold al sltect IftnB in the^SchooIof Arts on

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

©PERTY SALE YJFM ' ' --:--- . IOC ' V ? " MIDDLETON & TULLY AUCTIONEERS, LIVERPOOL. 'will offer 6y Auction, under instruction ' 0" H» Property of A, W. DUMMETT (dgf^edi Aia#" Road, Fairfield, Comprising about 2 acres «8 rooas 281 fjehs^- togftthw with Brick {rough- cast) Cottage and Sheds; bfeing lots It, 12, 18 to lf^ and 32, 38 and 34.. To fee Auctioned at the CPl/RT HOUSjE, LIVERPOOL, on - - -^jt KNIGHT'S NOVELTY STORES NEXT COLECHIN'S BOOT STORE. THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Stationery, Toys and Fancy Goods at Bedrock Prices. Agent for Foster's Premier Seeds-Packet or Bulk. / Cut Flowers and Seedlings always obtainable. Money Advanced ON FURNITURE, 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. MONT de PIETE Investment Co., Ltd. Authorised Capital, £500,000. Head Office, 74 Castlereagh-st., Sydney , Brandies: Sydney, Melbourne, Briabaue...

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FAIRFIELD GARAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

FAIRFIELD GARAGE. In this issue Mr. H, Podmore, pro prietor of Fairfield Garage* .in The Crescent, has a business announce ment. He carries stocks ot motor parts and accessories, petrol, oils, etc., and guarantees his work. Mr. Podmore is also an electrical expert.

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EUCHRE AT THE CRESCENT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

EUCHRE AT THE CRESCENT Next Monday the poppiar series of euchre parties will be-continued in the Crescent Theatre, Fairfield. Good prizes are offered, as usual. The winners of point .score competi tions will be announced.

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HOTEL TRANSFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

HOIEL I KANShtH. At Liverpool Court on Thursday the license of the Sttttthfleld Hotel was transferred £rotn Arthur Edward -Blandell & Mrs.' Celia <3arey,

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A CINDERELLA DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

A CINDERELLA DANCE In the Crescent Theatre, Fab-field, on Tuesday,; April 16, a Cinderella dance irfll be held in aid of Sisters of Charity, Liverpool. A big crowd iB expected and a good time is assured.

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Hoiroyd Municipal Council. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

HolroydMumcipal Council. TUESDAY NIGHTS MEETING Aid. Bacpn (Mayor), Aid. Jones, Maunder, Rainbo\y, Duke, Warnock, Brett, Shaw and Smith were present at Tuesday nigKt's meeting of Hol royd Council. CORRESPONDENCE The Local Government Department intimated that Ordinance 70 and 71, concerning building regulations had been amended, providing for a fee of £1/1 being lodged with an appli cation for issue of a certificate, to the effect that the council is of opinion that a building complies with the Act and Ordinances and approv ed plans and specifications. The Local Government Association in reply to request for opinion, ad vised that under Section 840A of the Act, the council can call upon the owner of the land to transfer a public garden or recreation space to the council. He is not entitled to place on it a restriction that the land must be used as a garden plot. It is also his obligation to hand to the council a transfer duly complet ed by him at his own cost It is within the duty of...

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