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STOCKYARD NUISANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

STOCKYARD NUISANCE A certain stockyard in M drylands is considered a nuisance. Thus the inspector on Tuesday night:-"This has long been a sourcc of trouble. This part of the district has rapidly grown in late years, and it is this* natural development that his crowd ed in on the stock yard, tho pro prietor of which built his home there some .years a go. A business of this nature should not be in a central position. I have served him with a notice under Ordinance 89, and am hopeful that something definite will eventuate without hardship to -any one."

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

m. ? SMART STREET - -- . W|WP|t^ THE LIVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION ifaOR HOUSE AMD MXD AGENT Auotion Salei Every Saturday Morning. Sales Conducted in Any Part of the District. , , Insurance Effected. RETURNS PROMPTLY EXECUTED T. S. WWDDS , 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-Glass GROCERY and PROVISION STORE, ivith an ABSOLUTELY NEW STOCK and seeks a fair share of your support Don't forget the address GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD (Late J. S. Donkin.)

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

COUNCIL ANGRY Granville Council is angry. It does not like the way in which the railway commissioners arc carrying out the work of raising the traffic bridge. The structure has been raised 18 inches higher and this Up set the road levels. The street is "anyhow," and a telegraph pole, standing in the street, also annoys the aldermen. At Aid. Stanton's instigation the council decided on Tuesday night to ask the members for the district and the Minister for Works to meet them at the site. Let them see for themselves, they say.

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

BOOTS WANTED. We have an appeal from an aged man who is in hospital, for a pair of boots; so that he can leave tfie in stitution. Can anyone oblige ? .

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

PUBLIC NOTICE We beg. to notify the. General Public that we are transfering our Produce Business to private resi dence, Dursly and Fairfield Bds., Fairfield, owing to health reasons. Orders collected and delivered promptly. Orders may be left at Mrs. Young's, ham and beef shrfp, near school. A. C. TOWNS LATE WARE-ST,, FAIRFIELD. STUDEBAKfeR CAR FOR HIRE NO SATURDAYS. BACLEE Cunningham-st., Fairfield,

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

"THE GUM NUT" OPPOSITE STATION CAKRAMAK. The proprietor of "The Gum Nut" wishes to announce that business is now opened, and that the Carramar District will be suitably catered for as a Ncwsagency and General Store. Groceries, Confectionery, Cakes, Haberdashery, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigarettes, Patent Medicines, etc. Prices right. Local agent for the Gresham Fire and Accident Insurance Society. D. M, PARKES, Proprietor.

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

REQUEST GRANTED The ovterseer of Holroyd Council reported as follows in connection with a request for tar painting of the footpath near the Merrylands Cinema: "With respect to Mr. Bescant's request for tar painting the foot path in Merrylands Road, and partic ularly that part in front of the cinema, I have to say that the work being done at the present time is work that has already been paid for by footpath opening fees. It is intended to leave the top dressing of tar paving until more funds are available. The tarpaving badly requires top dressing and should have beeh done last October but will be done as soon as possible." It was decided to do the work.

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

Lucky! A well-known Temora resident had the good fortune a few days ago to win £100 in a consultation. Juite a Iqt of "foreign" money in this way has found its way into the. pockets of Temora residents lately. As a matter of fact, in Temora at the present time resides a man who had the good fortune to be one of five who once won a well-known sweep, worth £5000. The story as to how the ticket was sent for is rather interesting, espec ially to those of our readers who hold the supersitious view that black cats are lucky. The ticket was bought in the name of "The Black Cat Syndicate." On a particular day, while our friend was a resident of one of Syd ney's suburbs, a black kitten hap-, pened along to his home, and as he was not very fond of cats he sug gested that the intruder be hunted away. In the room, seated along side of him, was an old lady who dearly loved cats, and as this was a black one, she used her influence, and the cat was spared to remain a "boarder" at the home. The new...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAULT-FINDING IN YOUR RADIO RECEIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

FAULT-FINDING IN YOUR RADIO RECEIVER. Radio receivers of the present day are so carefully made, and the components employed in their con struction are so rugged, that faults rarely develop in the receiver proper. When your set ceases to function properly, it is generally due to one of the following causeB, and it is only after checking over the items that the owner should turn his at tention to the receiver. Unless he possesses technical knowledge, he is adviBed to take the receiver to his dealer for repair. Receiver faults may be divided into the following sections:-Fila ment "A" battery, valves, H.T. "B" battery, loud speaker, aerial, earth, faulty battery connections. Filament Battery.-A run-down battery will result in weak signals. The terminals should be cleansed occasionally and then wiped with a vaseline rag, and should be charged regularlyt Valves.-The receiver very often ceases to function due to burnt-out valves. Some valves give a visible glow this is ascertained at a gla...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELL YOUR DEALER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

TELL YOUR DEALER There is one way to get good programmes and one only-to tell the broadcasting stations what you have liked and what you would like and to say, also, with discrimination, what you do not like. Of course, if everyone docs it at once, then there will be no more broadcasting, be cause everybody will have to turn to at the stations and spend the rest of their lives opening letters. At the same time, the stations like to know what you arc thinking and it is a gool idea to tell the radio dealer with whom you do business what you feel about things. Ask him to make a summary in his town every month of what public feeling is about pro grammes and to let the Broadcasting Companies know. There is one store in Sydney, which is of the greatest help in this way. Almost every week, its manager rings up 2FC to say: "That was a good number at 10.15 this morning. I sold a set on that." or "Such and such a feature does not come over as well as it might." and 2FC is duly grateful. The c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 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 Bit" Newspaper luitc you, recommend it to your friend*. * THE NEW "ASTOR" RADIO Extracts from the makers of tne new "Astor" G-Valve sot now on view at M. WILSON'S Radio Stores, Ware-St., Fairfield H.T. BATTERIES.-2 BatterieB supplied, viz., 1 heavy duty GO volt, 1 heavy duty 46, volt,-total 102 volts. This is correct voltage and should not he exceeded. H. BATTERY-Total consumption .4 amps. VALVES-5 valves of the .06 type and one of the .1 amp. type 6 volt-total 6 valves. CABINET-Wood Cabinet. The Batteries are self-contained. RECEPTION-With one or two exceptions, where reception ia particu larly bad we guarantee INTERSTATE daylight reception; in any caae the set is supplied on this condition ir...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

Radio ahd Electrical^ Supplies Vr 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 i»nd numerous other requirements on hend. Ail mokes of Irons, including the Wonderful "S iuIcb'U." "Beaoh," "Hotpoint," "Hecla," "Gurney," etc., Stoves and Rangeii. "Dux" Bath and Tap Heater, Rapid Jugs, Kettles etc. "Udisco" all Electric, Semi-Electric and "Aster'" shielded Radio Receivers, together with any other make. It w:'l! be to your benefit to call and inspcct, or PhoneLiv. 3205 or write and I will attend to your requirements. Let me inBtall 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. THIS PRACTICAL GIFT WILL SHOW THAT YOU HAD YEARS OF HER HAPPINESS IN MIND. The neatest, worthiest little ease you ever saw, of fireproof, Blue Art Steel. A gift Sunbeam gleams its greetings. Rose-li...

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

^RjUP-OVERS & SWEATER. COATS For Man. Woman, or Child HENDERSON, PREMIER STORES, CABRAMATTA. ALL PAPERS t ALL BOOKS I ALL MAGAZINES I R. J. GREGORY, KEWSAGSNT & STATIONER OANLEY VALE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Hating secured the Agency for the Aeoleap 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 Oity Prioes for Everything.. Ail Classes of Poultry Bought for Cast). Lorry Calls Everywhere Ring, Write, or Call. Phone, UW 9473 L. Alcorn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT - GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD , 1 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 Corn Brisket with bone Phone: Liverpool 77 Horace Smith, Wishes to Notify the Residents of Oanley Vale that ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL. EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

LIVERPOOL. EUCHRE PARTY. Liverpool School of Arte conducted a euchre tournament on Tuesday night, Mr. E. Webb, being in charge. Mesdames Hull, Hunt ana Hilton divided first, second and third prizeB for the ladies, and Messrs. Fabria and Grace tied for 1st and 2nd in the cents and divided; while Mr, Garrard took third prize. A tin of biscuits wont to Mr. Geo. Prince. OBITUARY. A well-known resident of Liver pool, Mr. Arthur Edward Bpssley (49) died in hospital at Ashficld on Monday morning following an oper ation. Some months ago Mr. Bossley underwent an operation for appen dicitis. He was well on Saturday last, but took ill and was takpn to hospital on Sunday. Mr. Bossley was, until a short time ago, a resident of Liverpool, but went to Ashfield to take over the management of the Fresh Food and Ice Coy's, branch business. He leaves a wife and eleven chil dren. His mother, Mrs. Eliza Boosley still lives at Mill Road, Liverpool. Mr. Boosley was a very popular man, a member of the Maso...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

WATER. "Water, water everywhere J but not a drop to drink." This appears to be the case at Campbell's Hill, Merrylands. On Tuesday night the inspector re ported as follows to Holroyd Coun cil:-"I made inquiries and an in spection in this locality, as request ed, and find there are twelve residences here without the water supply. These people arc much in convenienced in summer time by water shortage. The Water Board has been approached on several occasions with a view to extending the mains, but nothing definite has been done. The strange part to me appears that there are three mains, at least, near by forming roughly a triangle, and these dwellings, al though practically surrounded by - mains, yet are unconnected. Per haps if the council were to approach the board and acquaint them with the position some solution might be found. I am assured these people are quite willing to pay their re spective shares of any guarantee." The reportvwas adopted.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

* MORE BUILDINGS . Applications for the erection of live wore cottages in Merrylands were granted on Tuesday; two for Wcstmeadf _ and. three for Went worthville.

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

. WEDDING. JENKINS-POCKETT A pretty wedding took place on Saturday, March 23, at the Catholic Church, Granville, when Rev. Dr. Shebey united in wedlock Miss Amy Pockett, only daughter of Mrs, <5. Pockett, of "The Anchorage," Mer rylands, and Mr. Morris Jenkins, second son of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Jenkins, of Wentworthville. The bride wore a dainty frock of blue crepe de chcne, with gold trim mings, and carried a bouquet of roses, asparagus and stocks, made by Mrs. Lee, of Wentworthville. Miss Doris Silverstone, acting as bridesmaid, wore saxe crepe de chcn with silver 'trimmings, her bouquet being of pink and red roses, made by Miss Race, of Granville. Mr. Carl Jenkins was beet man. The reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents. Prior to the wedding the members of the Grand United Order of Odd fellows, at Wentworthville, tender ed the bridegroom a kitchen tea, many useful presents being received.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEIDPAH v FLORENTYNE. Played on Florentyne Court [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

NEIDPAH v FLORENTYNE. Played on Florentyne Court Postponed from Saturday, March 23. Kindred and Clark v Coleman and Afihe, 2-6. Knight and Mrs. Waldron v G. Stein and Miss Payne, 6-5. Kindred and E. Wood v Coleman and Davis. 2-6. Knight and Wilson v G. Stein and W. Stein, C-4. Misses Wood and Waldron v Mrs. Davis and Miss Payne, 6-6. S. Clarke and Kindred v Stein and Ashe, C-4. Wilson and E. Wood vPayne and Ashe, 6-0. Clark- and Mrs. Waldron v Mrs. Davis and Stein, 5-6. Knight and Wilson v Coleman and Ashe, 0-6. Won by Neidpah by 5 sets 68 games, to 4 6ets 38 games.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS COMPETITION TABLE A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

TENNIS COMPETITION TABLE A. GRADE. Swannell 4 Dallarnil 4 Cooringa I 2 Ascot 2 Cooringa II 0 Glenroy 0 Amici 0 Hillcrcst 0 B. GRADE-1st Division Guildford Methodist .. .. 4 Hillcrcst .. 4 Mavis 4 Allandale I 2 Clarinda ,. 2 Noidpah 2 Wangaroa I 0 Monitor 0 Florentyne 0 * B. GRADE.-2nd Division The Wattles .....' 4 Rampview 4 Ascot 2 St. Pauls .. ' 2 Marlcesh 2 Allandale II 0 Longlield 0 Sunshine 0 Wangaroa 11 0 NOTE-Club secretaries should sec that the Grade and Division of all matches are cleary shown on the top of each result sheet. The names and addresses as follows are of the secretaries of Neidpah and Marleesh Clubs: W. P. Coleman, O'Connell-st,, Smithficld. R. G. Cooper, "Ash mead," John-st., Cabramatta.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABRAMATTA RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 6 April 1929

CABRAMATTA RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEACUE A movement is a foot in Cabra- matta to organise a Returned Sold- iers' League. Already between 30 and 40 returned men have expressed their willingness to join up. It is the intention of the organisers to call a public meeting before Anzac Sunday, and try and arrange for a march on that day of all returned soldiers and sailors residing in the district. All particulars may be obtained from Mr. E. Mortimer or Ald. Hanbury. Watch "Biz" for   further announcements.

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