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

tivcrpoolCpunc^l TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING Those present at Tuesday night's meeting were Aid. Bratchell (Mayor) Aid. pill, Watson, Bird, Welfare, Chaptnan, Webster, O'Grady and Schell. Apologies from Aldermen Free man, Fitzpatrick and Hanscombe, were accepted. MOTION OF CONDOLENCE The Mayor moved that a letter of sympathy be forwarded to the family of the Jate Mr. Arthur Bosley. The motion was carried, aldermen stand ing in silepce. SANITARY DEPOT The Local Government Depart ment wrote stating that the Depart ment is advised that the provisions of section 654 of the L.G. Act do not apply in the dispute with Fair field Council, and forwarded copy of a letter sent to the Fairfield Council, in connection with the time allowed for discontinuance of sani tary depot. Fairfield Council's letter requiring council to discontinue use of sani tary depot at Fairfield, within seven days from date of letter was receiv ed. Consideration was deferred, pending further information from Local Government...

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Liverpool Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

4 1 . J '. . teyypvt Court. Ai^tvarpool Cc&rfc on Thursday, before Mr. Sutherland, P.M., the following caies were dealt with: EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE WITHDRAWN. Reginald Breedon, on remand, was charged with embekeling the Bum of £5/19/4, at CabVamatta, while in the employ of Aahcrofts butchery. Mr. Bolton, for the prosecution, said he had no evidence to offer and the ease was withdrawn! John Thornc, for using indecent language, was fined £2. Constable Dosreaux said defendant was under the influence of liquor at the time. £10 .PINE. Herbert Newton Le-Scuer was fined £10, and his license suspended for 6 months for driving a motor car whilst under the influence of liquor. Witnesses' expenses totalled £2, car hire 16/. One month was allowed to pay on security being found. Defendant: This is my first con viction . P.M.: Yes, it doesn't want to be more than once. Defendant: I had a blow out just before. P.M.: Yes, that's evident. William J. Johnson was fined 10/, costs 8/, for failure...

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PETROL SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

PETROL SAVER. A car-owner, who purchased from Mr. M. Cameron, of Fairfield, a Whirlwind Petrol Saver, reports that, whereas without the petrol saver he could only get 18 to 20 miles per gallon, now with the use of this device he gets 26 to 27 miles per gallon. In addition his car takes many hills now on top gear, where second gear was previously required.

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MERRYLANDS FLOWER SHOW AND CROWNING OF QUEEN (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

MERRYLANDS FLOWER SHOW AND CROWNING OF QUEEN (Contributed.) Merrylands, aided by the Chamber of Commerce, has decided to prove that flowers and vegetables of good quality can be grown in that district In addition to a horticultural show, which is now well in hand, much in terest is being taken in the voting for a flower queen, and it is very difficult at the present time to say who will ultimately have the honour of being crowned queen. The show schedule, which is obtainable from the secretary or president of the Merrylands Chamber or Commerce, makes provision for practically all kinds of flowers and vegetables, in addition to which there is an indust rial section comprising, cooking, ladies' fancy work, essay writing and general work. Given reasonable weather it is anticipated there will be a good attendance and that lovers of flowers will see more gorgeous examples. Mr. V. BritJtain, the most success ful pompone dahlia grower in County Cumberland, who has won in the vicinity of 30...

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BROADCASTING. VALVE PRECAUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson, Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). VALVE PRECAUTIONS. Don't handle valves roughly, or elements may be injured. Don't burn filaments above or be low the rated amperage and voltage. Don't insert valves in sockets un less absolutely certain rheostats arc at the proper setting for normal operation, Don't make drastic error of con necting "B" battery to the filament terminal-watch all battery connec tion. Don't burn out a valve through carelessness and expect your dealer to exchange it for another. Don't energize the filaments of all the valves in a cascade circuit at once unless the circuit has been used be fore. Don't take one valve out of a cascade circuit in which the filament arc in parallel, it causes a rise in current in the remaining filaments and may burn them out. Cut off the current first. Don't make any alterations in your wires while valves are in their sock ets. It is quite a common thing for 40 or 60 volts to become twisted up in ...

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

R.H. JORDAN Cash Butcher FOR QUALITY GUILDFORD

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CABRA PARISH, C. OF E. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

CABRA PARISH. C. OF C. Motes from the "Parish Messeng er:" The Easter Vestry meetings will be held this year at Cabramatta, April 11,; Canley Vale, 15th; St. John's Park 16th; each at 8 p.m. Finances will be dealt with and officers elect ed. An appeal is made for support to the "Messenger," the official parish church paper. On March 24, Sister Agnes, of Bush Aid Society, gave a lantern lecture at St. John's Park. The Sunday school scholars, of St. John's Park fend Cabramatta had their annual picnic, at Mrs. Farmer's place, on the river, who kindly grant ed the use of the grounds. Special services will be held at Cabramatta and Canley Vale on Anzac Day, April 26; and at both places on 28th. Increased contributions were re ceived fro Church Missionary Society (£36, as against £15 for 1927). May 14 iB the date for the Home Mission annual festival, and an ap peal is made for support. Roy Newland, son of Mr. R. New land, Cabramatta^, underwent an operation for appendicitis. He is a choir...

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

A Grand Euchre Party and Old and New Dance CABRAMATTA TOWN HALL (Organised by the. Mothers' Club of Cabramatta Public School) in the above Hall. On SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1829 Proceeds in aid of School Funds Six good prizts for Euchre. Seagrass Chairs 1st Prizes. Lucky 2>oor Number. Novelty Danccs. Good music. TICKETS 1/6 each. Mrs. W. Reardon, President. Mrs. F, Hirst, Hon. Treas. IMrs^G^YoungjHonjSeCi^^^ WHAT IS THIS 9/t 61U3Q (X :8^3J0tX j'O'OTN 'pun,i ;iJ3(OAaU3jj jo pre ut spaasoij .B^tud aaq^o pus BJioqo bbbiSbss ?auoqd -OJras 3u{pnpui 'pueg esep-isiij 6Z6t 'si AVN 'Avaanxvs h° 'vxivwvmvo "TCVH NMOI ui pieq 8<j ijuii 93UB0 pue a-iipng LIVERPOOL HUGS MURPHY, Auctioneer, Scott-st., Liverpool, In c-njnnction with Messrs. T. W. .PHILLIPS, Macquarie-st.. Liver poo), have recrived instructions from the Mortgagees to sell by Auction, on Saturday, April 13. At 11 a.m. sharp. At the Rooms, Scott-street, PROPERTY Situated in Passefield-ttreet, Liverpool, Land beiug Lots 20 and...

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

PERSONAL Mrs. Botterell is shortly to enter hospital for an operation. Mr. Berryman, organist at the local C. of E. has entered hospital, softering with rheumatism. Mrs. vrho hu jitftf refcani^ from Is relieving*. £ f .. 4 Staring the we£k Eev.tiH. *Bj; RogettTwent to Katoomba td; bring his mother home. Mrs. Rog&s had been spending a few days on the mountains for her health. Miss Mona Wilson, sister of Mrs. Don Campbell, of Fairfield, has been ill in the city, but is now recovering. Maisie Shorten, 12-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shorten, pf Canley Road, Fairfaeld, entered Auburn Hospital last week and un derwent an operation for appendi citis. She is recovering satisfact orily. Constable Clark, of Fairfield, is enjoying two weeks of holidays. Mr. William -Campbell, sen., of 'Spcera Point, Newcastle,. is on a short holiday, at the home of his son, Mr, Don ^Campbell. Miss Jessie Campbell, siBter of Mrs. Don, Joe and Jim, Campbell, of The Cresccnt, Fairfield, under went a...

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

AUCTION SALES. Messrs. Saunders and Johnston, auctioneers, of Merrylands, announce in our advertising columns, the sale by auction of the contents of Veteran Hall, at Prospect Dam, just off the' Main Southern Road. The sale will commence at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday, April 13. Mr. Hugh Murphy, auctioneer, of Liverpool, advertises an auction sale of building materials, to take place at Liverpool at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13.

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FOOTBALL RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

, -rrrs r FOOTBALL t vlrilbBYv'UBAGUB/; "V * Details of the Southern Districts Competition wore arranged at a league meettng&t Granville on Tuea ^|rhe!coitoetifcion iwtil commence on the fi&t Saturday in May, and affil iation! dose on April 29 V To date there are eight "A" grade teams, 8 "B" grade, 7 "C" grade and 4 "D" grade teams affiliated. Date of weighing-in of players will be announced to club secretaries later. . . . , The league secretary is Mr. J. Burns, of Auburn; assistant sec. and treasurer, Mr, W. B. MpEarlane, of Liverpool; president, Mr. R. Potts, of Granville, /. Fairfield "A" grade club meet on Monday night next. The officials are anxious that players should all turn out for training. .

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DANCE TO-NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

DANCE TO-NIGHT On Saturday (to-night) the Moth er's (Hub of Cabramatta will hold an old and new dance in the Cabramat ta Towti Halli in aid of the school. ; funds.. ' Six good prizes are being , offered, for the euchre, and novelty' /dances will be a further attraction.

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CAR AND LORRY COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

CAR AND .LORRY COLLISION . When a motor car and a lorry came into collision in Woodville-road, Guidldford, on Tuesday night, Wil liam Huline, of Castle Hill-road, Castle Hill, driver of the car, was struck in the face with a shower of splintered glass from the broken windscreen. He was taken by the Parramatta-Auburn District Ambu lance to Parramatta Hospital and was trated for incised wounds to the face and head, and concussion.

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NEW ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

NEW ADVERTISER. Our readers will notice in this issue an announcement by Messrs. Skuce and Sparkes, registered dairymen, who state that they supply the brat milk in the district, with bottled milk a speciality.

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FAIRFIELD RAILWAY STATION Easter Holiday Bookings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

FAIRFIELD RAILWAY STATION Eatter Holiday Booking*. Fairfield station records show that 1987 ordinary passengers booked tor Easter 1928; takings £198/5/1; as against 3141 passengers booked for Easter 1929, with takings £371/6/1. The above revenue is only for or dinary passengers travelling, and doeB not include holders of season and other periodical tickets. As there are nearly 1000 passengers hblding season and other periodical tickets; passengers actually travell ing would greatly eftceed the num ber stated in the first instance. Actual cash taken 28th March to 2nd April, 1929, for sale of season periodicals and ordinary tickets, to talled £876/2/6. Mr. F. E. Snell, who has recently opened a bargain shop in "The Cres cent," Fairfield, advertises a price list in this issue. The attention of our readers is in vited to numerous changed adver tisements in this issue. Mr. D. W. Fowler, of Cabramatta, again has an announcement in this issue of "The Biz." The G.U.O.O.F., St. John's Park b...

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

G.U.O.O.F. St. John's Park School of Arts. EUCHRE & DANCE APRIL 20, 8 p.m. Golden Bell Orchestra. Prizes for evening dress and dancers. 2 Seagrass Chairs and 4 other prizes for euchre. Refreshments. TICKETS Z/. P. E. OIUb, N.G., A, Ollis, See. _ THE CRESCENT THEATRE, FAIRFIELD. TUESDAY* APRIL 16 A Cinderella Dance in aid of SISTERS OF CHARITY LIVERPOOL Tickets 8/. Good Music. A Select 9»ct Will be held in School of Arts, Fairfield, on MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1929. Gents 2/. Ladies 1/6. Roll up and give the Local Lads,' a kifck-tfff for the ctfniirtg fidfltfo'ti. Murray Bros. (Parramatta) LIMITED 4ft. 6in. Polished Maple Bedroom Suite and Wardrobe full 4ft. 6m, with mirror.ancj hat ehelf. 3ft. 9in. Dressing Table and Pedestal to mattjjh £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. (Parramatta') LIMITED MONSTER EUCHRE PARTY. Wil...

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

iwels, Lino. and Hosiery '' ' ' TOWELS ' Wo are showing a wonderful Range of Colored Towels at Exceptional Value, which will satisfy the keenest shopper, 1/3, 1/41, 1/8, 2/41, 2/9, 3/«, 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 flft wide 7/11 per yardr, ? LADIES HOSE. We stock a very fine assortment of HOBO. Bond's Sylk-arto in all shades 6/11. Bond's Nit-2-Flt, in new tonings, 4/11. Bond's Fully Fashioned Hose, Pure Silk, in oil the newest tonings iq/6. ' MAKE USE OF OUR LAY-BY. WE TAKE CASH ORDERS. vy oods,Th* a?^T'a E R. HURI^S CRESCENT, Men's and Boys' Store MEN'S RUBBER RAIN COATS 22/6 MEN'S UMBRELLAS 8/6, 10/6, *3/6 MEN'S TROUSERS 6/11 lo 29/6 SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK 12/6, 13/6 STRIPED POPLIN PYJAMAS MARKED DOWN TO 10/42 BOY'S FINE NAVY TWILL SE RGE KNICKERS, fit boys, age 2 to 5, 9/11; C to 8, 10/11; 9 to 12, 12/6. BOYS' CHEVIOT SERGE RANG ER KNICKERS, fit boys, age 1 to 3 8...

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GUILDFORD. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

GUILDFORD. FOOTBALL. Guildford Rugby League enthus iasts held- s preliminary meeting on Thursday night, when It was decid ed to form "A" and "B" grade clubs, Mr. Norman McKcnzie is getting into touch with available players. A further' meeting was held on Tues day evening. On Sunday a few gathered in Barrett's paddock,d picked sides and played a friendly game by way of practice. Guildford expects to do well in football this season. WEDDING. At the Congregational Church, Guildford, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Rev. J. S. Fisher united in Matrimony Miss Mary Yulle, and Mr. Harold King, both of South Granville. FANCY DRESS BALL. The pupils of Miss Hardie are being assiduously prepared for the grand fancy dress ball to be held in the Assembly Hall, Guildford, on April 20. The children are looking forward to a real treat, and are leaving no stone unturned to capture one of the prizes. EXCHANGE WANTED. At the last meeting of the Guild ford Progress Association, Aid. M. Warnock moved that the sec...

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HOLROYD POUND [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

HOLROYD POUND At Tuesday night's meeting of Holroyd Council Aid. Warnock ask ed the following questions, pursuant to notice: "What was the total amount re ceived from the pound for the year ending 1028 ?" "What was the total expenditure for the pound for the year ending 1928 ?" The answer showed a loss of £343/15/2. Aid. Warnock said the impound ing officer should be paid by results. Last Thursday there were three goats in the pound. They were im pounded by others, who get paid for impounding them. The officer did not impound one animal in the pound that day. A man 80 years of age took stock from the impounding officer, on the way to the pound. The Mayor: His pay is £0/8 a fort night and £1/10 travelling allowance. Aid. Jones: This discussion is out of order. The Mayor: I know that. The matter will be dealt with by the finance committee later.

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SEASON'S FIXTURES. A GRADE. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

SEASON'S FIXTURES. A GRADE. April 13. Glenroy v Ascot. Cooringa 2 v Cooringa 1. HiUcrest v Dallarnil. Amicl v Swannell April 20. ABcot v Cooringa 1. Cooringa 2 v Hillcrest. Amici ? Glenroy. Swannell v Dallarnil. B. GRADE-1st Division, April 13. Monitor v Hillcrest. Guildford Methodist v Allendale 1 Clarinda v Neidpah. Mavis v Wangaroa 1. Florentyne v Bye. April 20. Hillcrest v Clarinda. Allendale 1 v Florentyne. Guildford Methodist v Mavis. Wangaroa 1 v Neidpah. Monitor v Bye. B. GRADE-2nd Division. April 13. Ascot v Sunshine. Wangaroa 2 v St. Paul's. Allendale 2 v Longfield. Mavleesh 'V The Wattles. Rampview v Bye. April 20. Rampview v Ascot. Marlecsh v Wangaroa 2. Sunshine v Allendale 2. St. Paul's v The Wattles Longfield v Bye.

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