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THE POUND SITE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

THE POUND SITE A petition, signed by about 35 ' persons, was presented to Fairfield Council on Tuesday night, praying that the poundyard be not placed in the proposed site in Vine-st. It was stated that it would be detu inental to the area as a residential portion, reduce the value of pro perty, cause annoyance to residents, and be an eyesore to travellers. To place the pound there would be a "disastrous mistake." It would also be. dangerous to school children. A more suitable site could be found. In reply to Aid. Gillies, the Mayor said the site had been decided upon, but no action so far taken. Aid. Brocklehurst said it should be reconsidered, as the pound would certainly be unsightly in that place. But some of the objectors did not appear to have a very great interest in the district Aid. Burleigh said the person tak ing the petition round did not even know where it was proposed to place the po\ind; he had shown him the site. He (Aid. Burleih) had refus ed to sign the petition.

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

FOOTBALL Rugby League teams from Fair field and Guildford had a practice game on Fairfield Park 011 Sunday afternoon. Play was ragged, and few players were in condition. Sev eral of the backs showed pace, and there was some attempt at combin ation . A Guildford player had to retire owing to an injury to one of his eyes. The new Western Districts Junior League, to which 17 clubs have affil iated, has been granted permission to include teams from round the foot hills of the Blue Mountains. PROMISING FOOTBALLER Mr. Jack Kelly of Smart-st., Fair field, who injured his ankle in the trial match, Western Suburbs v St. George, on. March 30, is now fit to take the field again. This young player's career has been brilliant. In one season he graduated from third grade to a prominent position in first grade matches. Throughout, his play has been characterised by that most important essential of the "good sport," the readiness at all times to cede a chance for personal aggrandisement in the ende...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Printed and published by W. J. Bright, proprietor, at his linotype pritityig works, Smart-st, Fqir Ficld, N.S.W. » iwwuywyv P. G. TANNER TAILOR AND MERCER H. BELLENGER Tel. Liv. 259M THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD FOR VALUE NEW SEASONS GOODS NOW SHOWING COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO MEN'S PULLOVERS AND SWEATERS, from 12/6. P®8 3 - MEN'S UNDER-FLANNELS, from 5/0. ^ _ . _ , , MEN'S RUBBER COATS, 2i/. The Crescent, Fairfield BOWEL I'll Good-street - - GRANVILLE SINGLE and DOUBLE WIRE GATES, all sizes. 1 CHAIN WIRE, for front Jjences. WIRE NETTING 2 inch mesh-12inch6/;. 24in. 8/6; 36in, 11/9; 48in, 14/11; 60in, .18/3; 72in., 22/6 per roll. FUEL STOVES "THE BEGA" 27. £4/12/6; 30, £5; 32ineh £5/5. "DOVER," 6, £4/7/6{ 7, £5; 8, £5/7/6. ELEVATED DOVER 6, £4/16; 7, £5/7/6; 8, £5/16. With Plate Rack and Splash Back. CHIP BATH HEATERS 28/6, 38/6, 47/6. GAS HEATERS From £5/5. ENAMELLED BATHS £5/10. £6/15. GALVANISED BATHS on legs, 45/, 48/6. REINFORCED CEMENT TUBS 1st Quality 25/6. PORTABLE COPPERS and FRAME...

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LIVERPOOL. WEDDISG, Sherack—Bull. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

LIVERPOOL. WEDDISG,V Sherack--Bull. All Saints' Church, Liverpool, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Saturday iiOth mat., when Miss Hannah Bede Bull youngest daughter of Mr. and |Hrs. Bede Bull, of JNorthumberland-st,, Liverpool, was niarried to Mr. Albert William Sher ack, of Minto, by Rev. Father Walsh, P.P. . The Bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charming bridal gown of ivory marictte. A coror.ct of orange blossoms, with side dust ers, held in place: her embroidered tulte veil, which with her .tram of frilled tulle was lent l>y Mrs. G. Dceves, of Harris Park. Her uhow er bouquet was composed of white cactus dahlias and rosebuds, with tulle streamers. Two bridesmaids attended, prettily flocked in dresses made alike Miss Inez Toner wore pink marieUc, and Miss Lucy Laycock, lemon marietta. Their summer felt hats were in ton ing with their frocks, and tbey ':ar ried sheaves of cactus dahlias and roses tied with tulle Two little trainbearers, Joan Henna and Daphne ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

THE FAIRFIELD GAR AGE, 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 5.30. Saturday 9 to 12.30. Evenings: Tuesday and Friday, 7 to 9. H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Chemist i . FAIRFIELD Phone: Liv. 259 A. S. Finney, Liverpool & Oanley Vale 'PHONE: LIV. 267. LOCAL AGENT NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COY., LTD. Fire, Accident, Workmen's Com pensation, and Marine. 1 Gibson Brothers Estate end General Agents Property Salesmen THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Conveyance Provided (or Inspection Rents Collected Insurances Effected Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) a jNurse Crossland m>trirly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade Canley Vale and Fairfield) "all parts of Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Australian Cash Orders Ltd. 351-7 Pitt«treet, Sydney ?<f (Four Doors Below Water Board) Phone: M 6074 (21ines) Cash Orders for Everything 5S0 City and LocaJ Shops to Select from 1 Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper) $Mrr!iPJEu> WILL UNDERTAKE MOTOR REP Competent Mwiuie Emplojn^ Reasonable Chu|ti. All Worlc BENZINE, OILS, ftc. ACCESSORIES STOCKED BATTERIES CHABGED. RING LIV. 225- For your Breakdown, - Day or Night. We trill fix it. CAR FOR HIRE. S. MONEY, Proprietor.

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Proceeding Threatened. OVER SANITARY DEPOT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Proceeding Threatened. OVER SANITARY DEPOT Messrs. R. N. Anthony Mawby and Co., acting for Messrs, A, F. Dick son, A. Chapman and Mesdames C. Wilkin, E. Davis and C. Archibald, writing to Cabra-Vale Council, pointed out that there is little doubt that their clients would be successful in obtaining an interim injunction restraining the council front contin uing with the establishment of a sanitary depot between Humphries and Avoca Roads, Canley Vale, on the grounds of the unsuitability of the site and general menace to health. Failing a suitable settle ment proceedings would be taken. Whatever the verdict the council . would be required to bear its own costs, which might easily be con siderable. The writers expressed the desire for an amicable settlement. Aid. Firth said he had also taken legal advice on this matter. The site was, without doubt, unsuitable. The ground was clay and there was no absorption; the result was a bad smell. A dump should not be on top of a hill. Aid. Hill sa...

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DANGERS OF ELECTRICITY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

DANGERS OF ELECTRICITY It was decided at Gabra-Vale Council meeting on Monday night, on the motion of Aid. Hill and Rear don, that a warning be issued to users of electricity, against the dang ers of portable electric light It was pointed out that many accidents had occurred of late, and the engineer could advise anybody in regard to portable leads.

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S. D. TENNIS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

S. D. TENNIS ASSOCIATION Following are results of competi tion niaches in the Southern Division played on Saturday, April: Camden v St. Patricks I : Camden won by 13 games. 44 games to 31 - RAILWAY INST, v PICTON II Hughes and R. Brown v Ebs worthy and Turner, 6-3. Miss Edwards and Hancock v Mrs, Randcll and Turner, 6-6. Pearce and Hancock v Gyde and Randell, 6-5. Miss Moran and Mrs. Randell v Misses Edwards and Tate, 2-6. Hancock and Pearce v Ebsworthy and Turner, 4-G. Hughes and Brown v Gyde and Randell, 5-6. -> Miss Edwards and Hughes v Miss Moran and Gyde, 6-5. Miss Tate and Brown v Mrs. Ran dell and Ebsworthy, 4-6. Miss Ttate and Pearce v Miss Moran and Randell, 3-6.' Won by Railway Inst. 6-49 to 3-41, PICTON I v ST. PATRICKS III Harold and Groves v Guy and Walton, 6-1.. Oakman and Cullen v Walker and Fromholti!, 2-6. MIbs Hancock and Harold v Miss Walsh and Walton, 6-2. Harold and Groves v Walker and Fromholtz, 4-6 Mrs. Hangar and Miss Hancock v Mrs. Bailfey and Miss Walsh,...

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Liverpool Court. THURSDAY'S SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

?i ThoJollotfing Jciaes'^Were heard at Liverpool Court, before Mr. Suther land, P.M., on Thursday: William Brettlo, was charged with,, Harrls-jS., 'iFaf^ftjA^ori ^larch*1! Robert Luke was'sirailarly charged. Both pleaded guilty !andwere fined fli'S/costS each. ?i TRAVELLED ON TRAIN ROOF Horace Dredge Was charged'.with travelling on a train between (Syd ney and Liverpool, without having paid his-fare and with Intent to, avoid payment, on April 6. s There was a second charge of having travelled on the roof of a railway carriage; and a third charge of using Indecent language, at Liver-, ''pool Railway station. . He pleaded guilty to all .charges. Evidence stated that Dredge got on the rear portion of an express train at Sydney. The train was stopped at Ashfield, and he was taken off, but got on again and went to Strathfield. He ' was finally caught on the roof of a carriage at [Liverpool. . ' ^ Defendant was fined £1 for gravell ing without a ticket, and £6 for. the other offences, wit...

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GARBAGE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

GARBAGE SERVICE. Mr. W. Brcttle. garbage collector and carrier of Fairfield, ^ is doing good work 111 this community, in the former capacity. In Fairfield the garbage service is optional^ with householders, the council _ having no compulsory service. Residents, who appreciate the necessity of the dis posal of garbage, for health reasons particularly, are pleased that there exists an easy and cheap method of getting rid of waste matter-through the services of Mr. Brettle. He calls weekly and removes the gabarge, which may be ready in kerosene tins or other receptacles, at a nominal fee. No doubt, in time the council will enforce a compulsory garbage service.

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G[?]ildford P.and C. ASSOCIATION Market Day at Guildford [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

P.'and iC. ASSOCIATION Market Dajr »t Guildford On . Thursday, *, night,, the usual monthlymeeting of lite Guildford ^ 'an d C. Association was held, ;Mr. Chamberlain pres.) < .in the. chair. Ther^ was alargeattencjance. ; Flnararrangements Were made/for the official 'opening of the infants' ?new; school on April 27, when a , market day will bejiejd. There will be various stalls, hoop-la, (to be run by Mr. W. L. Oldfleld), and guessing competition. ... All local, ladies are to be invited, also ministers of religion. The association decided to prepare a wreath to be placed on the cene toph at Granville on' Thursday, April 25 (Anssac Day). The day willbe a public holiday. Working Bee. - It was also decided to ask for vol unteers to make the stalls for market day, and to meet at the school at 2 pim. on Saturday (this) afternoon. The materials will be on the ground. "Hie Landing." -i A large picture of "The Landing at Gallipoli," was brought to the meeting by Mr. Middenway, a...

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"NOT THE SAME." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

"NOT THE SAME." Sydney and Suburban Blue Metal Quarries, Ltd., wrote Fairfield Coun cil on Tuesday night that it consid ered the last request for work at The Crescent, Smithfield-st. inter section was not the same as in the previous letter of January 1928. The company hftd accepted the first arrangement, and an agreement had been signed.-Referred to subdiv ision committee.

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SPRINGFIELD BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

SPRINGFIELD BALL. Springfield held its fancy, poster, and comic dress ball on Saturday last, the 6th instant, in their Pro gress Hall. The function was at tended by a large gathering, who en joyed themselves immensely. The grand parade was held at 9.30 p.m., the judges being Mrs. S. King of Carramar, Aid. Tooker and Bur leigh, who carried out their work most efficiently. The following competitors were allotted prizes: fancy dress: Miss Morpeth (Folly), Miss Cox (Boc Peep), Mr. R. Poullen (Adam), Miss I. Green (Eve); poster dress: Mrs. C. Tame (Arnott's Biscuits); comic dress: Mrs. W. Tame (Down for the show); Mr. E. P. Shipp (why men leave home). .. The prizes were presented by the judges, who were thanked for their services, after which Mrs. King was presented with a bouquet of flowers by little Miss Peggy Tame. Refreshments were then handed around and the ball ended with a confetti battle, which caused great amusement.

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Girl Guides [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Girl Guides A meeting of the 1st Fairfield Girl Guides Association was held in the Methodist School Hall on April 9. The president (Miss Adam) pre sided. The principal business dealt with was the' concert, which was a decided success, both financially and otherwise. Miss O'Donnell (Captain), hopes to have the flags, to be bought with the proceeds, in time for Anzac Sunday, as the Guides hope to take part in the procession and service. It will be twelve months next month since the Girl Guides started. The association propose giving them a birthday party in the School of Arts, on Saturday, May 11, at 2.30 p.m. There will be a . meeting to finalise arrangements, on Tuesday, April 23, at 8 p.m. in the Methodist School Hall. A hearty invitation is given to all members to attend.

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FAREWELL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

FAREWELL SOCIAL A GRAND SOCIAL and DANCE will be held in the School of Arts on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 17th inst., at 8 p.m., to give his friends an oppor tunity to say farewell to Mr H. 1. (Harry) GIBB, the late President of the School of Arts who is leaving the district for Cootamundra at an early date. Come along and show your ap preciation of the man who never failed to do his bit for any worthy cause in the district.

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B. GRADE lst Division. GUILDFORD UNITED INGLEBURN Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

B. GRADE let DWUton. GUILDFORD UNITED ? INGLE BURN Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN First Innings 164 Second Innings. A. Rothwell, b A. Webb .... 9 W. Clarke, b B. Allen 8 H. Morgan, c Bell, b Allen .. 9 F, Hilder, b Cook 4 W. Williamson, c Wilson, b Bell . 5 L. Williams, not out 33 E. Clarke, c Fraser, b Mealia .. 7 A. Ward, b Gough 1 J. Clarke, not out 1 Sundries 6 Seven wickets for 78 Bowling: A. Webb 1-10, B. Allen 2-15, J. Cook 1-6, S. Bell 1-4, J. Gough 1-8, J. Mealia 1-S0. GUILDFORD. 1st Innings. A. Webb( b Graham 4 J. Mealia, c W. Clarke, b GrahamlG E. Webb, b Morgan 17 R. Evenden, c Ward, b Morgan 4 J. Cook, c J. Clarke, b Williams 36 B. Allen, b Graham 5 A. Fraser, b E. Clarke 0 C. Williams, stp., W. Clarke, b E. Clarke 30 J. Gough, b E. Clarke 6 R. Wilson, not out 3 S. Bell, stp., W. Clarke, b R. Graham 26 Sundries 14 Total 160 Bowling: A Rothwell 0-28, A. Graham 4-47, H. Morgan 2-36, E. Clarke 3-25, L. Williams 1.10. Guildford won on first innings by 6 runs. FAIRFIELD IONI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Y^fgROPERTY SAIE MiODLETON & TULLY . A\3CTlONEERSi"LiypRMOLtt ^p-;% ^ will offer by Auction, under instruct^ fr<p| Pu||tc^j^tee,jj |f The Property of A. W. DUMMETT ^dec^ed); si#al«a? Slati^eld' ltoad,Fairfield, Comprising about 2 acres>% roods 231 pchs., together vrtth Brick <rough cast) Cottage and Sheds; being lots 11, 12, 13 to 17, and 82, 83 *wd 34.. »' Jk4b|tt^MgipUR| HOpJSE, LIVERPOOL, o» > >* l|, II2I, at 12 0 clods. I r FOR THE WINTER EVENINGS You will want some Indoor Amusements for yourselveB and your guests. Don't let your evenings fall flat-get a supply of Parlor Games, Cards, Table Tennis, etc. A good variety to select from at. KNIGHT'S NOVELTY STORES THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Stationery, Toys and Fancy Goods at Bedrock Prices. . See our Stock of GLASSWARE and CHINA at Prices to suit all purses. Agent for Foster's Premier Seeds Cut Flowers and Seedlings always obtainable. Money Advanced ON FURNITURE, PLAYER PIANOS, etc., Without Poss...

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CRICKET NEWS BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE—lst Division. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

SlliekcE;f:^:jE#S BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE-l«t Divition. Battine. A, Barnes, Fairfield Juniors, n.o. Si 5. Cook, Guildford A. ,. .. .. 36 L. Williams, Ingleburn, n.o., .. 88 G. Williams. Guildford .. .. 80 Bowling. J. Jones, Liverpool ,, 5-38 A, Graham, Ingleburn .. ... 4-47 A. BarneB, Fairfield Juniors .. 8-8 B. GRADE 2nd Division. Batting. B. Morpus, Guildford B. .. .. 43 J. Bopping, Ingleburn' B 39 G. Sindel, Ingleburn B 80 P. Papworth, Ingleburn B., n.o., 28 Bowling. V. Noonan, Cabramatta . . .. 7-46 W. Hartley, CAnley 'Vale, .. 7-41 F, Mills, Ivy Leaves .. .. .. 5-15 M. Belcher, Guildford .. 4-7 J. Davis, Guildford 3-10

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Murray BroW?**" <* ¥ (Parramatta) LIMITED 4ft. 6in. Polished Me^>le Bedroom Suite .»ajid Wardrobe full 4ft,. 6in» with mirrof ftnd hat shelf, 3 ft. 9in. Dressing Table and Pedestal to match £13/10. V 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. CParramatta) LIMITED MONSTER EUCHRE PARTY. Will be held in CRESCENT THEATRE, FAIRFIELD. Monday, April 15 Commencing at 8.30 p.m. sharp. Ladiei Priiei. Genti' Priiei. 1st-Seagrass Chair. 1st-Seagrass Chair. 2nd.-Seagrass Chair. 2nd.-Seagrass Chair. 3rd.-Seagrass Chair. 3rd.-Seagrass Chairs. _ 4th-1 Dozen Tins Fruit. 4th-1 Dozen Tins Fruit. 6th £ dozen Tins Fruit. 5th.-i Dozen Tins Fruit. 6th-Pair Silk Stockings. 6th.-2 Choice Neckties. Point Score Competition. DON'T FORGET THIS DATE - E. CHRISTENSEN, Proprietor. J. E. GRADY, Organiser. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE OF Building Material. Bu...

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