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

FAREWELL SOCIAL. A farewell social will be tendered to Mr. H. L. Gibb in Fairfield School of Arts on Wednesday night next. Mr. Gibb was president of the School of Arts for some time.

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TO-DAY'S SWIMMING CARNIVAL AT CARRAMAR [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

TO-DAY'S SWIMMING CARNIVAL AT CARRAMAR There is every indication that the swimming carnival at Carramar to day (Saturday) will be very success ful. Entries are numerous and swim mers are sure to be in good condi tion at this part of the season. The first race is at 2 p.m. The compet itions will include fancy divers and fast swimmers from other clubs, also local and district lovers of the water. There will also be a water polo match.

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PUBLIC MEETING FOR SOUTHERN CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

PUBLIC MEETING FOR SOUTHERN CROSS. The Mayor of Fairfield (Aid. H. A. Clancy) has called a meeting for this Friday night (12th) to consider assisting the Southern Cross Fund. See advt.

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B. GRADE.—lst Division. HILLCREST v GUILDFORD METHODIST. Played on Hillcrest Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

R fiRADE.-ldt Division. HILLCREST v GUILDFORD METHODIST. Plnved on Hillcrest Court. C. Kennedy and A. Bowtell v Had don and Bishop, 6-1. Mrs. Day and H. Bowtell v Mrs. Haddon and E. Haddon, 6-3. Mrs. Jones and E. Kennedy v Miss Lehrkind and Bishop, 6-3. H. Bowtell and H. Pearce v Had don and Haddon, 2-6. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Day v Mrs. Haddon and Miss Lehrkind, 1-6. H. Bowtell and H. Pearce v Bishop and R. Haddon, 6-1. Mrs. Day and A. Bowtell v Mrs. Haddon and Haddon, 6-3. Mrs. Jones and H. Pearce v Miss Lehrkind and Haddon, 6-3. A. Bowtell and C. Kennedy v Had don and Haddon, 5^6. Won by Hillcrest by 6 sets 44 games, to 3 sets 32 games. WANGAROA I v MONITOR Played on Wangaroa Court. L. Stokes and J. Healey v Bennett and Stone, 6-2. Miss Critchley and Schwarzer v Mrs. Bennett and Holmes, 6-3. Miss O'Donnell and Stokes v Miss Alderson and Ruting, 6-4, V. Mavin and F. Schwarzer v Holmes and Rating. 0-6. Misses O'Donnell and Critchley v ~ Mrs. Bennett and Miss Alderson. 6-8. V. Mavin ^j...

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B. GRADE—2nd Division. ALLANDALE II v ASCOT. Played on Allandale Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

B. GRADE-2nd Division. ALLANDALE II v ASCOT. Played on Allandale Court. F. Miller and P. Ariel v J. Dawes and J. Radford 2-6. Miss I. Atlee and R. Hellmers v Miss Sieman and L. Baxter, 0-6. Miss Carrol and P. Ariel v Mrs, Dawes and J. Dawes, 6-3. A. Girling and R. Hellmers v L. Baxter and H. Putsey, 4-6. Misses Carrol and Atlee v Miss Sieman and Mrs. Dawes, 6-3. Ariel and Miller v Baxter and Prftsey, 0-6. Miss Atlee and Girling v Mrs. Dawes and Radford, 6-4. Miss Carrol and Miller v Miss Sie man and Putsey, 5-6. Girling and Hellmers v Dawes and Radford, 6-2, Won by Ascot by 6 sets 42 games, to 4 sets 36 games. LONGFIELD v WANGAROA II Played on Longfiell Court. Knipler and O. Schwarzer v H, Elvin and Fitzgerald, 6-2. Miss D. McKeon and Reid v Miss Russell and F. Harivel, 6-4. Miss A. McKeon and Knipler v Mrs. Smout and H. Elvin, 6-1. Reid and Lucas v L. and H. Hari vel, 6-4. Misses A, and D. McKeon v Mrs. Smout and Miss Russell, 6-1. Knipler and O. Schwarzer v L. and F. Harivel, 5-6....

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REQUEST REFUSED FOR SUNDAY CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

- .' "v,#1 V : 'f' ^ . REQUEST REFUSED FOR SUNDAY CRICKET. Newtown Working Men's Cricket Club wrote Fairfield Council on Tuesday night, asking for the us£ of a wicket on the park on Sunday 28th inBt, Aid. Brocklehurst moved that the request be not granted. Recently they gave the concession to others from the- city, and this kept local people off the playing iarea, and kept out more suitable affairs for Sundays. He had seen one visiting team; they were making frequent visits to a keg of beer in the adjoin ing paddock, and their conduct was no better than the liquor. Aid. King seconded. Aid. Gillies opposed the motion, on the ground that sport properly con ducted was beneficial to these men, who could not indulge in it on any other day, owing to their callings. But someone should be in authority to see that everything was properly conducted. Aid. Tooker said he agreed with Aid. Gillies, but where would it end? Saturday was the time for these organised sports. Aid. Burleigh moved that ...

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OBITUARY. Mr. THOMAS HUNT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

OBITUARY. Mr. THOMAS HUNT The death occurred at 6 a.m. on Saturday morning of Mr. Thomas Hunt, senior, of St. John's Park. Deceased was an old-time resi dent of the district and took a keen interest in public matters, particu larly on the School of Arts commit tee, and the Agricultural Bureau. He was a life-member of the first mentioned institution. Deceased had been ailing for a long time past. He leaves a wife, one son, Thomas, and five daughters. The funeral, which was largely attended, took place on Monday, the remains being interred in the Church of England portion of the new ceme tery at Liverpool.

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Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING Ald. Reardon, Goodchild, Hanbury, Firth, Hirst, Hill, Camkin and Watts, were present at Monday night's meeting of the Cabra-Vale Council. Ald. Camkin presided, in the absence of the Mayor, who was ill. CORRESPONDENCE.   E. Cundy complained of water overflowing his property in Hemphill   Avenue. The water provided a great breeding ground for mosquitoes, to the danger of public health.-Re- ferred to works committee on motion of Ald. Reardon and Goodchild. The Health Department advised the council that its contribution to wards the mosquito extermination fund would be £4.-Ald. Reardon thought it would be waste of £4.- The matter was held over till next meeting. Mr. B. S. Skuce, dairyman, wrote that milk was being sold in the dis- trict by unregistered vendors. The writer said he had purchased milk (for evidence) from seven persons, whose names were given in the letter. He asked that they be warned, by notice...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 13 April 1929

PUBLIC MEETING* A Public Meeting will be held in the Supperroom of the Town Hall, Cabramatta, on TUESDAY NIGHT, 16th Inst, at 8 o'clock, for the form- ation of a Returned Soldiers and Sailors' League. All Diggers and Tare are cordially Invited to attend. Roll up, boys, and keep the old flag flying. (Signed) Alderman N. HANBURY.

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BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

BOY SCOUTS. The district rally of the Boy Scouts' Association, will be held at Campbelltown, this Saturday, 20th at 3 p.m. The troops will patjade at Campbelltown railway staticjn, and March to the new Scouts' Hall. The Governor, Sir Dudley De Chair, will perform the ceremony of opening the hall. The Scouts will be inspected by the Chief Commissioner, Mr. T. Millan, and the Wolf Cubs by the Cub Commissioner, Mr. C. Doust. Scout and Cub displays will be given during the afternoon. Friends of the Scout movement are invited to attend. Train _ leaves Fairfield at 2.2 p.m., changing into Campbelltown train at Liverpool.

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SOLDIER REFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

SOLDIER REFERENCE ? G. Goodwin, an applicant for the position of caretaker-poUndkeener for Holroyd Council wrote to the council on Tuesday night statin*; that he wondered If section 95 (pre fercnce to returned soldiers) had been taken into consideration. The letter was received. Double-Width Drest Tweed, I/I I yardi, at ADAM'S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Miss ELVY FERGUSON, A.V.C.M (Late of Warwick McEenssie's Studio) TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND THEORY Arrangements made at MRS. MASON "Hasbury" Smart Street - Fairfield. Phone: Liv. 178 MISSES WHYFOON. (Late of Farmer and Co.) COSTUMIERES and MILLINERS 303 3rd Floor, Rawson Chambers. Rawson Place, SYDNEY. and Bridge Buildings DALE STREET, FAIRFIELD HIGH-CLASS WORK IN THE LATEST MODES. Also Knife, Box and French Pleat ing done, and Buttons covered. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

* i fm Demonstrations of gas Cooking Cooking by gas-the most popular of all methods of cooking will be demonstrated on the most practical lines every Wed nesday afternoon in the The first of these interesting lectures will be held on Wednes day next, the 24th instant, at 2.15 p.m. when an experienced cookery expert will give a practical demonstration on: The Use of a Gas Stove How to Heat the Oven How to Regulate the Heat How to use Gas economically, etc. The preparation and cooking of the following will be demon strated : Every detail will be explained simply and you will be supplied with recipes and handy kitchen hints. The lecturess will gladly offer assistance and advice on your cooking problems. Come along and bring your friends and learn something more about the practical, as well as the economical advantages of gas for cooking. Watch this paper for future announcements. IMPORTANT: In street! where mains are laid a limited number of consumers are now being connected to the gas...

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GUILDFORD. CATHOLIC BALL. 325 PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

GUILDFORD. CATHOLIC BALL. 825 PRESENT. The unqualified success of the Catholic Ball. lu>ld at Guildford on Thursday night last, is very gratify ing to the promoters and workers. Nearly 150 couples were present and everything in connection with the event was carried out without the slightest hitch. The Elite Theatre was tastefully decorated in autumn tones-leaves and streamers covering the walls and ceiling. This splendid work was done by the girls of the church con gregation. The stage was made to represent an attractive garden scene. In this ideal spot, in a galaxy of floral effects the members of Mr. Roy Wichelo's orchestra were seated, and cho envir onment must have been inspiring, for the players excelled themselves. Dancing continued merrily until 2 a.m. In a huge marquee erected at the rear of the hall provision was made to seat .'(00 at one sitting for supper. The church ladies attended to ar rangements for supper, and they left nothing to be desired. All sorts of choice a...

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PARK MAINTENANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

PARK MAINTENANCE At Tuesday night's meeting of Granville Council a letter was read from the park committee, recom mending: that the entrance gates be repaired, fences be repainted, swings be restored, seats be painted, notice board be repainted, and other repairs necessary be carried out, at a cost ntft exceeding £80.-Rfej/drt aQbj&s'd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

L. E.Young & Co. ONLY WHERE SUCH VALUES CAN BE SECURED. Hardware Merchants and Importers Builders' and Plumbers' Suppliers, Home Furnishers Phone UW9465, all Depts. MERRYLANDS, "Regina" 10" Lawn Mowers, 8" wheels, 5" blades, 37/6. 12" Lawn Mower, 8" wheel, 5" blades 40/. 12" Paragon Ball Bearing, 5" blade, 8" wheel, 49/. 2 Stainless Knives given away with every Cash Purchase of £1 or over. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN WIRE NETTING 6ft. x 2" Mesh, 19 Gauge, per roll, 50 yards 6ft. 20/6; 5ft. 17/6; 4ft. 13/9; 3ft. 10/6; 2ft 6i n. 9/3; 2ft. 7/7. ®ALV. fcpRR. (RON, Baldwin'* "Phoenix Crown" (26 Gauge), per ton-Sfit. to 8ft. £25/10; 9ft. £26 10ft. £26/10. " Htlf'lbn of one use or half-ton of mixed is ordered then *ame rate it charged which it a follow* per »heeti-5ft. 2/2t 8ft. 2/7; 7ft. 3/0|{ 8ft. 3/6t 9ft. 4/j 10ft. 4/7. Quantities per theet-Sft 2/4; 6ft. 2/9; 7ft. 3/3; 8ft. 3/9; Oft. 4/3J; 10ft. 4/11. Number 'of theet* of Galv. Iron, 26 approx. to 1 ton-Sft. 236;-6ft. 196; 7ft. 168; 8f...

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FOOTBALL PRACTICE MATCH. Fairfield v Bankstown. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

FOOTBALL PRACTICE MATCH. Fairfield v Bankitown. At the week-end a Bankstown team visited Fairfield and met the local boys in a practica ""atch. Fairfied team won by 10 points to 3, and were the better team dav The local forwards were some what weak in the first half, but when Britten went lock in the second half, there was an improvement. Wo Morris scored two tries, both the result of good team work and b. Palmer landed the goals. The game was keenly contested. in a f"endty spirit. Lehman, Morris and Button* were the pick of a good set of to wards. Palmer was prominent among the backs, and Hawkins play ed fairly well as fullback. Fairfield's greatest weakness was slowness in heeling the ball from the scrums, and also in getting f to the five-eighth. These points Allowed the opposition to break up nearly all attacking movements. / The final try was a nice piece of work in which Lehman followed on fast, gathered neatly, sent to Britten, to Morris, to °r In an early match Bankstown won...

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Swimming Carnival UNFAVORABLE WEATHER, BUT GOOD SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Swimming Carnival UNFAVORABLE WEATHER, BUT GOOD SPORT. In Saturday last the Carramar and Fairfield Swimming and Life Saving Club held its first carnival at Carramar. The site is a good one for the purpose, and the committee had made all possible arrangements in the short time at their disposal. Unfortunately the weather was most unfavorable and swimmers had to be hardy to enter the cold water. Nevertheless some excellent perform ances were registered, and keen rac ing was witnessed. Many promising swimmers for next season were "dis covered." It is encouraging to note that tiie local oys carried off the principal events. There were com petitors from Parramatta and Deep water. The programme opened with a swim from Latty's boatshed to Carra mar, over half-a-mile. F. Lehman won in good style-he would no doubt hold his own in the best comp any. A number of swimmers who took part in this event and other races, covered over a mile during the afternoon. Assisting officials from Parramatta C...

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Liverpool Wedding BREWSTER—CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Liverpool Wedding BREWSTER-CL,OSE. A very pretty wedding was cele brated at St. Luke's C. of E., Liver pool, on Saturday, Marph 23, when Una, youngcBt daughter.of Mrs. Lil lian CIobg, Macquarrie-st., Liverpool, was married to Leonard, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Brewster, of Lid combe; The bride, who was given away fey her uncle ,Mr. Bert Wheeler, looked very charming in an old-world gown of white satin, over which fell an overskirt of Chantilly lace, forming an uneven hemlihe; with which she wore rows of pearls and a bunch of white roBes at the waist. Her cut tulle veil, which formed a train, was held in place with silver lace and orange blossoms. ? Misses Una Brewster, Lucy Close and Winnie Webster were brides maids, each frocked .alike in rose pink taffeta, made old-world style with hip bows and headdress of blue tulle, and carried shower bouquets of roses and carnations. Mr. Stan Fox was best man, and Mr. Horace Williamson was grooms man. During the signing of the register Miss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

P. G. TANNER TAILOR AND MERCER Tel. Liv. 259M THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD NEW SEASONS GOODS NOW SHOWING MEN'S PULLOVERS AND SWEATERS, from 12/6. MEN S UNDER-FLANNELS, from 6/6. MEN'S RUBBER COATS, 21/. H. BELLENGER FOR VALUE COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO PIES The Crescent, Fairfield BO WELL'S! Good-street - - GRANVILLE SINGLE and DOUBLE WIRE GATES, all sizes. CHAIN WIRE, for front fences. WIRE NETTING 2 inch mesh-12inch6/;. 24in. 8/6; 36in, 11/9; 48in, 14/1 1; 60in, 18/3; 72in., 22/6 per roll. FUEL STOVES "THE BEGA" 27. £4/12/6; 30, £5; 32inch £6/6. "DOVER," 6, £4/7/6; 7, £5; 8, £S/7/6. ELEVATED DOVER 6, £4/15; 7, £5/7/6; 8, £5/15. With Plate Rack and Spluh 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 l«t Quality 25/6. PORTABLE COPPERS and FRAMES, 10 gal. 46/; 12 gall. 60/. Prompt Service Phone U.W.8241 Full Values T* If* AT THE STATION ImOWCll S i Granville GROCERIES at Wholesale Pric...

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