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

WiiUerGoods BLANKETS.-White Blankets/allwoolr ^Australian make, Single Bed Site 20/6, Threcquarter Bedsiee $9/6, Double Bed size 49/6. CREAM FLANNELETTES 1/1, 1/2, 1/8, 1/4, 1/6 STRIPED FLANNELETTES lljd, 1/, 1/2, 1/44, 1/6, 1/8, LADIES' CARDIGANS, in a very fine assortment and tonings, 16/6 to 80/. ; DRESS FLANNELS,ln all the faBhlonableshadfes, 40in. wide, 6/6. JAVA DOWN QUILTS, well filled, in beautlM colorings, 24/6 to 66/. Fancy Cotton Dress TWEEDS, in eervicable colors. 38in, 1/6 and 1/8. RIPPLE CLOTH, a heavy make, 28ln, in Pink,: Sky, Cicam, Saxe, Navy, Red, Vieux Rose, 1/ yjl. MEN'S FLANNELS, our own make, Light and Dark, 6/11 and 8/6. Teddy Bear Blankets, in beautiful designs, 1/11 and 2/6. Ul _ ^ THE GUILDFORD VyOOCIS, DRAPER. E. R. HURD'S CRESCENT, Men's and Boys' Store MEN'S RUBBER RAIN COATS 22/6 MEN'S COTTON GAB. TROUSERS 5/11 MEN'S FLEECY SINGLETS . . 36," 38," 3/6; 40," 42," 3/9 SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK Men's Wool Felt Hats, 10/11 BOYS' BRACES 10d, 1/3, 1/6 BOYS' SKULL ...

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B. GRADE—2nd Division. INGLEBURN v CABRAMATTA Played at Cabramatta. INGLEBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

B. GRADE-2nd DIvi»!on. INCLEBURN v CABRAMATTA Played at Cabramatta. INGLEBURN. First Innings 86 Second Innings. J. McNamara, b Noonan .... 0 R. McNamara, c and b Noonan 13 G. Sindel, c Allan, b Noonan .. SO J. Stanford, c Chalmers, b Noonan 0 E. Harders, .stp. Ellis, b Chalmers 8 A. Sindel, run out 2 J. Hopping, c Stone, b Noonan 39 P. Papworth, not out 28 W. Allen, b Noonan 0 J. Bulluss, stp. Ellis, b Chalmers 1 T. Connell, b Noonan 1 Sundries 7 Total 144 Bowling: A. McNamara 0-36, V. Noonan 7-46, D. Chalmers 2-32, E. Jones 0-23. CABRAMATTA. First Innings. 68 Second Innings. D. Chalmers, b Hopping .... 11 V. Noonan, c Bulluss, b G. Sindel 0 A. McNamara, c G. Sindel, b A. Sindel 26 J. Ellis, b Allen 8 J. Dixon, retired 18 F. Stone, c Bulluss, b Hopping 7 A. Bate, c R. McNamara, b Pap worth 17 E. Jones, not out 0 A. Allan, absent 0 E. Taylor, absent 0 Sundries 9 Total 96 Bowling: G. Sindel 1-17, R. Mc Namara 0-6, A. Sindel 1-14, J. Stanford 0-12. J. Hopping 2-12, J. -Bulluss 0-3, W. ...

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CANLEY VALE. WEDDING. Camkin—Carre. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

CANLEY VALE. WEDDING. Camlrfn-Carre. At the Church of Christ, Canley Vale, on Saturday afternoon, Mr. Clydesdale united in matrimony, Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs F. Carre, of Cambridge-road, and Alfred, 6on of Aid. A. Camkin, of Canley Vale. The bride was prettily dressed in white georgette, over white ">vpe de chene, caught at the waist with diamonds peaks and pickct edge. Her veil was a present from her mother, and the coronet and trail were kindly let by her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. Carre. An orange blossom spray was lent by Mrs. G. Woods, a sister. Miss Jessie Carre, chief brides maid, wore lido-blue crepe de <:li<")e, champagne shoes and hat to tone; Miss Winifred Camkin, second bridesmaid, chose shell-pink crepe de chene, trimmed with lace cham pagne, and wore shoes and hat to tone. The bride's bouquet was of white dahlias, white roses and gypsor.helia, and those of the bridesmaids pink roses and gypsophelia. Mr. Ray Lewis acted as best man, ...

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

* -... m P:\ Hie NOTED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, .. . . .'4 . |, " ,; i AUTUMN GOODS JUST OPENED Dress TWEED, 40 in. wide, Newest colours, 1/11 yd. Ditens FLANNEL, Navy, 28 in. wide, 2/11 yd. Dress FLANNEL, 40 in, wide range of colours. 3LEA.TED SKIRTS of Wool Repp, with wool Jersey to toAe for coats and jumpers. FLANNELETTES in endless variety, from 10Id yd. Fadeless Frentwille, 28 in., for Nights and Baby wear, 1/111 yd. WINCEYETTJES, 40 in. wide, 1/4 and 1/6 yd. ladies' Winter SINGLETS, short-sleeve, 1/11 each. - Ladies' Winter BLOOMERS, Fleecy, 2/11 each. We stock Berlei's Corsets and Corselettes. Ladies' Silk Hose, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 6/11, 6/11, 10/11 pair. Children's Hosiery, in half and 8 Hose, from 1/1 pair. .Cent'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 i MILLINERY!! New Autumn Felts to Hand, to suit every Frock. Ladies' Black Parasols at 6/11 each. ? We make Frocks and Topcoat...

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WOMAN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

WOMAN INJURED. While crossing the road at the corner of Pitt and Campbell streets, city, on Tuesday, Mrs. Elsie Ben jamin, aged 32, of Second Avenue, Canley Vale, was knocked down by a motor lorry and badly injured. She was taken by the Central Ambulance to the Sydney Hospital, where Dr. Lazarus admitted her in a serious condition, suffering from a fractured skull and probable fracture of the spine. /lis. Benjamin died lat?r as a re sult of the injuries. 'ii-e death is keenly felt at Canley Vale. Deceased leaves two young ch;.<':cn, one a baby 3 or 4 months old. At the time of the accident, Mm Benjamin'" mother (Mrs. I uas of Canley Vale), was carrying: the little one, while the unf .ruinate mother was leading the little boy, Bpnie, by the hand. The child was knocked clear of the danger line. Smithfield Literary Institute will hold its opening dance of the season Ibo-night (13th), when an enjoyable tinje i? MaupBd,

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METHODIST CHURCH Anzac Sunday, April 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

METHODIST CHURCH Antac Sutapay, April 21st» Adhering to the regular practice, special Ahzac memorial services will be conducted in all the Methodist Churches in the Fairfield circuit on Sunday, April 21. The services at Cabramatta in the morning and at Smithfield in the afternoon will be conducted by Rev. G. W. Johnston minister of the circuit. Special an thems will be rendered by the choirs at these respective services. In the evening at Fairfield, the service will be conducted by Rev. G. W. Johnston, but the address will be given by General Sir Charles Rosen thal, who has kindly consented to be present on that special occasion. The choir will also render appropriate musical items.

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

MUNICIPALITY OF CABRA MATTA AND OANLEY VALE LAND KNOWN AS JUNCTION PARK, GEORGES RIVER. Notice is hereby, given to the Pub lic generally and all interested part ies that the Council of above Munici pality has leased the whole of its land known as Junction Park, Georges Hall, to Mr. Wm, Wright, of Newtown, and all rights, privil eges and concessions granted, or sup posed to be granted, by the above Council to any person whomsoever is hereby withdrawn as from this date. By order of Council. W. H. JOHNSON, F.Ij.C.A., Town Clerk. Town Hall, Cabramatta. 10th April, 1929. MUNICIPALITY OF CABRA MATTA AND CANLEY VALE INTERRUPTION OF ELECTRICITY : SUPPLY Notice is hereby ? given that the Supply of Electricity will not be available to consumers on Saturday, the 13th April, between the hours of 7.30 a.m. and 6 p.m., in that area of thfe* Municipality on the eastern-side of Railway. Line bounded by Lonfield itroet, ; Liverpool Road to, Warwick Farm Bridge and Cabramatta Creek. Also on the Weste...

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

jtCSs- ? -CI- ij' .....* - "??* " .. \? ? "? - ... * * <# v,- $ * | 'Phone: Liv. 104. 'Phone: Liv. 104. I ?. J IfcijWW J GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. . - { ST. JOHN'S ROAD CANLEY VALE. ? j To and from Sydney Daily. Prompt Attention to all Orders. I #3v v? > PRICES REASONABLE. | ?H»Sr Y a | 1 'PHONE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE Ctitwi Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter'* Ice Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars <?"«! Cigarettes; Billycans, and Battling Costumes Agent for A. M. P. Society, Cabramatta-Liverpool District S. C. JONES, Proprietor HUGH MURPHY SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL Auctioneer and Valuator Real Estate and Commission Agent Farms for Sale and To Let in the Liverpool District Rente Collected Telephone: Liv. 284 , " .» Telephone: Liv. 284 r AGENTS FOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE i HARRY GO...

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WEDDING. ELTOFT—HALL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

WEDDING. ELTOFT--HALL A pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Mark's Church, Granville on Saturday afternoon, the contracting parties being Miss Dolly Hall, third youngest daughter ot Mr. and Mia. Harry Hall, of "The Glen," Parle road, Merry lands, and Frederick eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Eltoft, of "Burnlea," Herbert-street, Merry lands. Rev. Mr, MuIIins tied the nuptial knot. The bride was attired in an at tractive frock of white georgette, trimmed with silver lace, and wore the customary wreath and veil. Her bouquet was of white carnations, dahlias and tuberoses, tied with tulle. The bridesmaids were Misseii Myrtle and Gladys Hall (sisters), who wore pink georgette, with silver posie and tulle trimmings. They carried bouquets of carnations and cactus dahlias. Mr. Jack Munroe acted ss best man and Mr. H. Hall, juinor, as groomsman. The reception was held at the Masonic Hall, Merrylands, the bride's mother receiving a large number of guests. Many useful and valuable presents were re...

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GUILDFORD. WEEDING BELLS. Nicholls-Shephard. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

GUILDFORD. WEEDING BELLS. Nichollt-Shephard. At St. Andrew's Church of Eng land, Homebush, on Saturday last, Rev. Mr. Paine united in marriage, Miss Martha Shephard, of Parra matta-road, Homebush, and Stanley, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Nicholls, of Guildford The bride was prettily frocked in white crepe de chene pin-tucked and wore a wreath and veil Her bou quet was of sweetpeas, tuberoses and maidenhair fern. The bridesmaid, Miss Muriel Shep hard, wore pink crcpe de chene and pink hat to tone, .and carried a pink and blue shower bouquet Misses Myrtle Shephard and Peggy Watton acted as train-bear ers, wearing blue petalled frocks, and each carrying an early Victorian posie. Mr. Arthur Nicholls acted as best man. At the home of the bride's par ents, the brides mother, wearing fawn lace and crepe de chene, received a large number of guests. The honeymoon is being spent at Terrigal,

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

PERSONAL. Mr. F. Deem, of Guildford, who has been an inmate of Sydney Hos pital, is expected home any day now, having improved considerably. Mr. F. McMahon, Guildford's popular postmaster, has taken up duties again after a well-deserved holiday. Master Charles McMahon (17), son of Mr. and Mrs. F. McMahon, of Guildford post office, who last year was successful from amongst 600 applicants for a position with Re gent Theatres, has made good, and has now been appointed assistant treasurer. GENERAL. Guildford Chamber of Commerce met last week and again dealt with all routine business needing atten tion. The Guildford cyclist M. Thomp son, who won South Sydney's 3-mile road race last Saturday, is being heartily congratulated upon his suc cess. A photograph of the champion Kelpie dog, of Mr. A. Hill, of Guild ford, appeared in a recent issue of the S.M. Herald. OBITUARY. Mr. L. Koob, of Roseberry Road, Guildford, died on Thursday morn ing last. He was a middle-aged man, and leaves a wife a...

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ANZAC DAY SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

ANZAC DAY SERVICE A serviee will be held at the mem orial fountain, St. John's Park, on Thursday, April 25 at 10.30 a.tn. The Musical Society will lead the singing, and there will be several speakers present. Mr. White, the school master, and a returned sold ier, is behind the movement.

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

SEASON'S FIXTURES, A GRADE, April 13. Glenroy v Ascot. Cooringa 2 v Coorlnga 1. Hillcrest v Dallarnil. Amici v Swannell B. GRADE-1st Division April 13. Monitor v Qillcrest. Guildford Methodist v Allendale 1 Clarinda v Neidpah. Mavis v Wangaroa 1. Florentyne v Bye. B. GRADE-2nd Division. April 13. Ascot v Sunshine. Wangaroa 2 v St. Paul's. AUetutole 2 v Longficld. Marldtesh v Tl>d Wattles. Bbn^vlew v Bye.

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THE LATE MRS. GIBB [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

THE LATE MRS. GIBB A beautiful oak altar is to be placed in St. Barnabas' Church, Fairfield, in memory of the late Mrs. H. L. Gibb, who was a devoted mem ber and. worker for her church. Mrs. Johnstone and Mrs. Osborne, mem bers of the Ladies' Guild, are receiv ing: subscriptions from those who are desirous of contributing towards the memorial.

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Hard Words RATEPAYER TO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

."Itoiif- S.VW'; ii.it ; Hard Words RATEPAYER TO COUNCIL ? On Monday night F. E. Wellbourn again requested Cabra-Vale Council to form a water channel to keep water from hiB land. He had had several promises that the worlc would be done, and if not now carried out, he would take whatever action he deemed necessary to enforce his just rights. He would not waste further time, paper or stamps in writing to (in his opinion) "a most incompetent body, lacking in ordinary common courtesy, and who seem to forget they are an elective body, to work for the good and benefit of their employers, and certainly not to ignore and insult them." Aid. Reardon moved that the letter be received. The work, he said, had now been done, and should be satis factory. Aid. Goodchild said the writer was hot satisfied. There had been some damage to the footpath; bilt it did not appear that the council was at all liable. He suggested, however, that the slight damage be repaired. Aid. Goodchild and Pirth movfed tha...

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

PERSONAL ~ : t .*. ?, Miss Millie Skone, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Skone, of "Garth owen," William-st., Ryde, will be married to Mr. Harry Stone, only son of Mr. and Mrs. ,W> Stonet "Monona." SmW:t-st, Fairfield,lit .Si Barnabas' Church of Engtjuid Fairfield, on May 4, li)29,at 3 p.m. Reception at School of Arte. Mr. H. Hall, of 'The Glen," Mark Road, Merrylands, waB a proud man on Saturday, when the wedding of one of his large family of daught ers took place. Mr. Hall was the champion quoit player of Merrylands and chief mover in the establishment of the original sports,club. Mrs. Ellis, daughter of Mrs. Say well, of Fairfield, arrived in Fairfield last week from Fiji, an a six months' holiday. Mr. Ellis follows shortly, for three months. Mrs. A. H. Bottle, of Gordon-st., Mark Lodge, who underwent a ser ious operation in Auburn Hospital on Friday last, is doing as well as can be expected. Her friendB will wish her a speedy and complete recovery. M. H. L. Gibb, who until re...

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

Hotel Cabramaii/i RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA STATION V J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRIETOR Telephone: Liverpool 166 Specially Selected 3/- a Bottle Free Delivery of All District Orders Tooth*8~XXX Me All Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandies^Wines Ales, and Stouts, at STRICTLY CITY PRICES CABRAMATTA BOOT STORE L. KERSHAW NEXT TO HENDERSON'S Best Quality Lowest Prices Latest Styles All Classes of Footwear Repairs Neatly Executed Best Quality Leather The man who puts the Wear in Footwe w YOUR New Car ALL BRITISH J&00C. Range THERE IS AN AUSTIN MODEL THAT WILL JUST SUIT YOUR PURPOSE, AND, MOREOVER, SUIT YOUR POCKET AS WELL. EVERY AUSTIN CAR WILL BEAR THE CLOSEST COMPARISON WITH CARS OF FAR GREATER FIRST COST. WHILST NO CAR CAN BE COM PARED WITH AN AUSTIN FOR ECONOMY OF UP KEEP AND LASTING SATISFACTION. AUSTINS ARE BUILT TO LAST AND TO GIVE THE PURCHASER THE MAXIMUM SATISFACTION. IT IS AFTER 50,000 MILES AND MORE OF ECONOMICAL OWNERSHIP THAT THE TRUE WORTH OF AN AUSTIN BECOMES APPARENT. AND. REMEMB...

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AUDITOR'S REPORT FOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

AUDITOR'S REPORT FOR COUNCIL. The Mayor (Aid. Clancy) reported at Fairfield Council on Tuesday night: "I have received the auditor's re port for (he half-year ending 31st December, 1928, which is attached hereto. I recommend that the re port be read and then referred to the general purposes committee for consideration and report, and that in the mean time a copy be furnished to each alderman."-Adopted. The clerk rfead the report, which mentioned quite a number of Irregu larities, most of which had been sat* isfactorily explained by the officers, and adjusted in the following state ment. The defalcations by J. D. Treharne were given as £139/15/4, The report suggested quarterly meter readings. Adopted,

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"ABSURD!" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

'ABSURD !" W. Lock, of Wetherill Park, in formed Fairfield Council on Tuesday night that the Water Board had again refused supply of water at Hassell et. The Board in its letter stated that the existing system was over burdened. Aid. Stiinson said the pipe at Wetherill Park was off the 64 inch main, therefore the supply should be ample. Lock was a returned soldier and was starting a farm. He moved that their representative of the Board attend to the matter.-It was stated that it was absurd to nay the system was overburdened, and the Board bs approached to review the application.

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BUFFALO'S CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

BUFFALO'S CONCERT This is the last opportunity of advising music and dance lovers, not to miss the grand Buffffalos' concert and dance in the Fairfield^ School of Arts next Thursday, April 18. A wonderful programme has been ar ranged and such an array of visiting talent has rarely been presented to a Fairfield audience. The latest music will be played by an up-to-date orchestra for the dance to follow. Tickets are 1/6 each and children half-price. A few seats at 2/ will be available at the door.

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