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CHARGES FOR METAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

CHARGES FOR METAL. Mayor Clancy reported at Fairfield Council on Tuesday night: "I have received from Mr. Bruce Rainsford the attached report bear ing . upon the matter of charges to the council for supply of metal by the Sydney and Suburban Blue Metal Quarries Ltd. T recommend that in view of the information contained therein that the report lie referred to the general purposes committee be fore being made public."-Adopted.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL NIGHTSOIL DEPOT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

LIVERPOOL NIGHTSOIL DEPOT The Local Government Depart ment referred to the above questions in a letter to Fairfield Council, Liv erpool Council having been given seven days on March 26 to vacate the depot in Fairfield Municipality. -It was pointed out that the Health Department had closed the depot It was decided, on motion of Aid. King, to close.the depot, and inform the L.G. Department accordingly.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Radio 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 Mid numerous other requirements on hand. Ail mnkes of Irons, including the Wonderful "Sml'eam." "Beach," "Hotpoint," "Hecla," "Gurney," etc., Stoves and Ranges. "Dux" Bath and Tap Heater, Rapid Jugs, Kctties etc. "Udisco" all Electric, Semi-Electric and "Astor'" shielded Radio Recovers, 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. * 57/6 THE GUARANTEED IRON THIS PRACTICAL GIFT WILL SHOW THAT YOU HAD YEARS OF HER HAPPINESS IN MIND. The neatest, worthiest little casiyou ever saw, of fireproof, Blue Art Steel. A gift Sunbeam gleams its gr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fairfield Municipal Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Fairfield Municipal Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The usual meeting' of the above council was held on Tuesday night, !lf Mayor (Aid. H. A. Clancy) pre sided. In attendance also were: Sharpe, King, Andrews, Gillies, Stfmson, Tooker Brocklehuret and Burleigh. CORRESPONDENCE. A* AuJd, York-st., Fairfield, offer ed 5/ for the right to remove two dead trees from Fairfield Park. Re ferred to parks committee. C. E. Bell, The Crescent, Fairfield, asked permission to erect a stand and sell flowers in Great Southern Round.^on 21st April, in aid of Sist ors of Mercy (Liverpool) .^-Granted. ,u ,'J?' ®,uett (solicitor), Btating that there was no good purpose in pressing the claim upon the York shire Insurance Co. in respect of de falcations l)y J. D. Treharne ^Re ferred to finance committee, Cecil Park Progress Association, asked council to supply reports of proceedings at meetings.-Received, and writer to be informed that full reports appear in the press. Cecil Park Progress Association, urging...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

IN MEMORIAM. GILXtOY.-In loving memory of my dear huBb&nd and our dear father, Alexander Gilroy, who died 9th April, 1928. t v ... Inserted by his loving wife and family, . Vale-6t., Cabramatta. ,LEWlB."r-In loving Tnemory of our dear brother, frederic, who died 10th April, 1926. Gone from those who loved him, plucked like a flower in bloom. So bright, so young, so loving, Tet called away so soon. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Lillian, Cedric and children. LEWIS.-In lodng memory of our dear eon and brother, Fredric Charles, who died 10th April, 1926. A precious one from us is gone A voice we loved is stilted. A place is vacant in our home. " Which never can be filled. Inserted by his loving father, mother, brothers and sisters.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW BROADCASTING STATIONS GOVERNMENT DELAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

NEW BROADCASTING STATIONS GOVERNMENT DELAYS The past week was quite a stirr ing one in the radio world in Sydney. There was, in the first place, tho radlola dealers' conference, which met under the auspices of the A.D.A, and discussed broadcasting from China to Peru and a number of matters such as the servicing of sets and country selling methods of vital interest to country people. Then there was a monthly meeting of the radio section of the Electrical Employers' Association, which ap pointed two sub-committees to deal with Bome of the same questions and to draw up schemes. And, finally, there was the press full of the new broadcasting policy. The trouble now is that the Com monwealth Government does not ap pear to be ready to go on with the work. Tenders have not been de finitely called for programmes and July, the date for taking over the existing stations, is only three months off It is now understood that the poBt office is not ready to go on and has asked the existing "A" stat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Phone: Liverpool 238 Phones Liverpool 238 R. SHIRTLIFF (Late T. Hawkins) WOOD, COAL, AND COKE MERCHANT SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD Leave Your Orders With J. G. McBURNEY & CO., SMART ST., FAIRFIELD Immediate Delivery Bert QaHtf PHONE: LIV. 233. Brooks and Davison (LATE W. S. BROWN) CANLEY VALE BAKERY. HIGH-CLASS BAKERS & PASTRYCOOKS Fresh Cakes and Pastry Daily Wedding and Birthday Cakes to order PARTIES AND PICNICS CATERED FOR CARTS DELIVER ANYWHERE A TRIAL SOLICITED Phone: liv. 178 MISSES WHYFOON. (Late o£ Farmer and Co.) COSTUMIERES and MILLINERS 303 3rd Floor, RawBon Chambers. Rawson Place, SYDNEY. aad Bridge Buildings DALE STREET, FAIRFIELD HIGH-GLASS WORK IN THE LATEST MODES. Also Knife, Box and French Pleat ing done, and Buttons covered. ALL WORE GUARANTEED. CASH AND CARRY BUTCHERY W. P. MANLY Has taken over -this well-lcnown Butchery from Mr. N.'Piper. The Best of Riverstone Heat will still be supplied, at lowest prices, and customers can be assured of prompt atte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELAYS FROM THE SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

RELAYS FROM THE SOUTH The N.S.W. Broadcasting Company is arranging an interesting series of relays which will allow small set owners to hear 3AK and 3LO. As 3L0 makes Thursday a dance night, there is a chance for those who wish to foot it to the strains of the fam'oUB Radio Revellers. On April 18, an . hour's dance music will be produced either by 2BL or 2FC from 3LO and 3AR will be heard through 2FC be tween 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. on April 26th.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Merrylands' Big Effort HORTICULTURAL SHOW CROWNING OF FLOWER QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Merrylands' Big Effort HORTICULTURAL SHOW CROWNING OF FLOWER QUEEN The MaBonic Hall, at Merrylands, was the scene of enthusiasm on Sat urday afternoon and evening, when the first Horticultural Show, under the auspices of the Merrylands Cham ber of Commerce, was held. The interior of the hall presented an attractive sight, sonic beautiful blooms, most of them grown in the district, being displayed on the tables. There were also some very fine vegetables, while the industrial sec tion was well represented in all classes. The awards in the flower section were fairly evenly distributed, Mr. Geo. Cooper and Mr. J. Robinson being the more succcssful exhibitors. Mr. L. Rumble was the most suc ccssful in the vegetable section. A FREAK PIG. One corner of the building was taken up by a stall, behind which was a curiosity, in the shape of a freak pig, Well preserved in spirits. This animal was born on the farm of Mr. Collier, of Smithfield, and poss essed eight legs, two bodies, two tails and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burglar at Work SURPRISED AND ESCAPES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Burglar at Work SURPRISED AND ESCAPES Last week Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Pike and family, of Polding-st, Fair field, went to Singleton for a holi day. They left on Tuesday, and a couple of days later Mr. Pike re ceived a letter telling him that a burglar had entered his home. Mr. Kelly, a next door neighbour, was aroused at 8 o'clock on Wednes day night by the barking of his dog, and a few minuteB later he heard the sound of falling glass. Calling another neighbour, Mr. Woods, the two went to Pike's house, and found a man inside. In the darkness they could not see him, but could hear his movements. Evidently the trespasser heard them also, for he climbed through another window and escaped under cover of the night. Three windows were broken by the intruder, but nothing was stolen. He had evidently taken possession of a brooch, but dropped it while climb ng out the wndow. But for the visit of the neighbours he would, no doubt, have ransacked the place. The occurrence spoiled the holi days f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

BALTIC Phone UW 9098. REDWOOD ".? WE STOCK AND DELIVER ON THE JOB EVERY KIND OF UMBER GROWN. and Specialise in White Ant and Borer-Proof, and All Australian Timbers We have our own Sawmills in the Bush. We can give you thevery best QUALITY, PRICE tand ATTENTION. Come and have a Look for Yourself, and get a Quote. The Cypress Pine Co,. - Cimbcr merchants Phone UW 9098. H. L. MILNE, Proprietor. :?-*! Lime and (Sement BRICKS, SAND, ASHES FIBRO CEMENT SHEETS, WATERPIPE AND FITTINGS, GALV. IRON FENCING WIRE, WIRE NETTING, WIRE GATES AND FENCES, FER. TILISERS, PAINTS, OILS AND COLOURS, WHITELEAD, BRUSH WARE, DRAIN PIPES, GREASE TRAPS. AND ALL KINDS BUILDERS HARDWARE ,AND TOOLS AT LOWEST PRICES. STOVES, BATHS. SINKS, TUBS, COPPERS. WE DELIVER GET OUR PRICES GEORGE ST1MSON & SON CANLEYVALE PHONE: LIV. 68 MOTORISTS, THIS CONCERNS 70U I S. HL GEE, MOTOR ENGINEER, PARK ROAD OABRAMATTA . is ready to help you with all your Mechanibal Troubles. Having had 17 years' experience in leading C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROADCASTING. TECHNICAL TERMS USED IN RADIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Wart-street, Fairfield). TECHNICAL TERMS USED IN RADIO. Direct Current (abbreviated D.C.) -An electric current flowing con tinuously in one direction. In a di rect current circuit, current always flows from the positive source to tho negative return. Therefore, direct current always has a readily determ inable polarity, while alternating current (A.C.), which is periodically reversing its polarity while flowing through a circuit, has no apparent polarity. Electron.-Negative electricity. An atom combined with an electron is' a negative ion; an atom minus an elec tron is a positive ion. E.M.F.-Electromotive force, the unit of which is the volt. Ether.-A medium of great elas ticity, supposed to pervade all space as well as the interior of solid bod ies. It is the medium through which light, heat and radio waves are transmitted. Frequency.-In alternating cur rents, the number of complete cycles or reversals of current through a circui...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

BLUE LABEL TEA 2/2 lb. LARGE BARS SOAP, APEX 8&d Bar LARGE FLOOR POLISH 1/3 Tin 61b. pkte. S.R. FLOUR 1/8 pkt. 21b. pkts APEX FLOUR «ld pkt LARGE TINS COCOA, 16 oz. nett .... 1/3'tin LARGE PURE HONEY 1/81 Bottle LARGE SAND SOAP, .... 8d Cake NU LINO POLISH 4id Tin LARGE BOTTLES PICKLES, Mixed Bid LARGE MUSTARD PICKLES 8&d LARGE APEX FRUIT SALINE 41d LARGE CAKES BATH SOAP, 5 cakes fo: 1/ RICH SULTANA CAKE 8 id lb. LARGE TINS OF CHEAP JAMS IN STOCK. ORDERS COLLECTED & DELIVERED. k .. Butter, Bacon and Cheese specialities PLEASE NOTE J. E. Haworth BUSY CORNER, CANLEY VALE. Phone: Liv. 326. MISS R. WHYFOON (From the Studio of Mr. Hcctor R. Maclean). . TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LIVERPOOL ROAD, CANLEY VALE. Miss Alwyn Hardie Expert teachcr of Stage, Step and Toe Dancing, Song and action. Fees Moderate. Classes every Saturday at 30 a.m. Assembly Hall, Guildford Road, Opposite Station, Guildford. Wreath*, Bridal Bouquets, all Floral Designs at Shortest Notice ...

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CABRAMATTA. SOCCER. LOST BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

CABRAMATTA. SOCCER. LOST BALL. Cabramatta soccer players went to Concord last w4ek-end, and met the Westinghouse Brake Coy'B. team. The raatcb at the commencement was an interesting display, of the code; but early in the second half it came to an abrupt endin- when the ball disappeared down a water channel into a pipe, and was not recoverable. The game stood at one goal each. It is a peculiar coincidence that in the earlier match (Columbia practice match), another ball disappeared down the same channel. A total loss of 50/. MOTHERS* CLUB'S EFFORT. The Cabramatta Mother's Club held a euchre party and dance in the Cabra-Vale Town Hall, on Sat urday, 6th Apjril. The proceeds of the function are for the opening day of the additions to the Cabramatta Public School. A big crowd attend ed and every lady had a good time. Miss E. Wayland's orchestra supplied good music, and Mr. T. Bradshaw acted as M.C. Mr. E. Mortimer car ried out the management of the euchre. Prize-winners were: Ladies, Mr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL Granville Council wrote Fairfield Council on Tuesday night, asking support in an effort to frustrate a move to prevent the establishment of a girls' high school at Granville. It was pointed out that it had been,' decided" to build the school at Gran ville, but it was now put forward that the school should be at Parra matta-for no other reason than that it was Parramatta. Aid. Sharpe moved that most de cided support be given Granville Council. Aid. Burleigh seconded, and said anyone could easily realise the bene fit of not having to change trains, as it would be the case of Parramatta were the site. Aid. Gillies also supported, and pointed out the danger to school children of changing trains at Gran ciile. The motion was carried.

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BUS WEEKLY TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

?BUS WEEKLY TICKETS Mr. S. Money wrote to Fairfield Council on Tuesday night asking1 ap proval of new conditions affecting the use of . weekly tickets. It was suggested Ifthat they be not used after 8.30 a.m. from Smithfield and 7.15 p.m. from Fairfield, also chil dren be not included on Saturdays. There were other provisions sought. -The town clerk read a minute that the conditions should agree with the railway regulations.-Aid. Took er said the request was fair and reasonable.-Aid. iBrocklehurst said the non-use of the tickets after 7.15 p.m. might inflict hardship on some passengers.-Aid. Sharpe mentioned apprentices who would be late owing to attending classes.-The matter was referred to the general purposes committee, to meet Mr. Money later in the evening. It was decided to alio# Mr. Money to impose the following conditions with respect to worker's weekly tick ets:-To be available up to.8.30 a.m. from Smithfield; to be available Up to 3.30 p.m. from Fairfield Mondays tor Thurs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IT PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

IT PAYS. The codfish lays a million eggs, and the helpful hen lays one; Tfie codfish never cackles to tell us what she's done; And so we scon the codfish, and the helpful hen we prize, For it indicates to you and me that it pays to advertise ;

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

GAIN OR LOSS ? * An anonymous writer at Smith field has informed Mr.- Kelly, dairy man, that he has lost one of nifl belt customers, owing to his dealing with sons of the Land of Pigtails. Mh Kelly has doubts about the "loitf but thinks he may "gain" when he tekea^ certain actions ia^tiyaofts: When buying from'our advertiten, .*y«. "I mw U in "The Bit" New*. palm."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERRYLANDS "BACK TO CHURCH." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

MERRYLANDS 'BACK TO CHURCH." A novel service was held at St. Mathew's Church of England. Merrylands, on Sunday, at 9.30 a.m., and proved very successful. It was a service for men, and another for women, who for various reasons have not been regular church-goers. There were 8 women and 56 men present. Holy communion was cele brated. DRINKING FOUNTAIN. The Merrylands Progress Associ ation met on Thursday night last, when, amongst correspondence re ceived, a letter was read from the Railway Commissioners, stating that, as requested by the Association, a drinking fountain would be in stalled on each of the railway plat forms at Merrylands station, as aoon as the necessary money was avail able. SURPRISE PARTY. Mrs, 'H. Tatton, of Addlestone Road, Merrylands, was tendered a surprise party en March 13, the occasion being her birthday. About CO friends took part, and from the start every effort was made to give her a "jolly good time." The ladies present quickly organised the happy gatherin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"MORE BAG THAN BOARD" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

"MORE BAG THAN BOARD" S. Lock wrote to Fairfield Council on Tuesday night with reference to her position in regard to the "house" she waB occupying. She described it as a place of boards and bags "more bags than boards." She was threatened with eviction» and men tioned that she had secured a miner's right The Mayor said he had visions of a gold rush when he read the letter, and had made an inspection. He thought council could do nothing, as it was a matter between the writer and the owner.-A reply is to be sent accordingly. The reading of the letter caused some laughter.

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