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"THE MAN AND HIS PONY." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

'THE MAN AND HIS PONY." At the enthusiastic valedictory to Mr. H. L., Gibb on Monday, Mr. Jack Woods created a smile when he said the assemblage would be wise to re member Mr, Cibb's old £rey pony as . the. two were inseparable, and always available for use at public functions. ; .Mr. Gibb was a great friend of little children. For- years past at children s_ picnics'he hks spent the ndihg out ginger-beer to the kiddies. They will miss him and the grey pony. Mr. Gibb has been 14 years ? at Fairfield, and for six years president of the literary in stitute. . . ? .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCIL'S FINANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

COUNCIL'S FINANCE The finance committee recommend ed to Fairfield Council to approve of the payment of acounts totalling £1656/18/5. To vote £15 and to authorise the repair and improvement of the foot path on the north side of Vine-st., between Dale and Weston streets. To direct that tenders be called for painting the cxteiior of the Council Chambers. To "fix a char pre of 10/ as contri bution towards the cost of providng and fixinpr each row of path pipes (12 lineal feet of four-inch pipes). To direct the town clerk to collect from each officer affected by the Local Government Superannuation Act the nroportion of premium au thorised-by the said Act, and in the, event of any officer leaving* the ser vice of the. council, to adjust the bal ance outstanding in respect of- the current premium. Adopted.

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

MISS R. ^iVHYFOON (From the Studio *of Mr. Hefctbr B. Maclean). 1 TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LIVERPOOL ROAD, CANLEY VALE. Miss Alwyn' Hardie Expert teacher of Stage, Step and Toe Dancing, Song and action. Fees Moderate. Glasses every Saturday at 10 a.m. Assembly Hall, Guildford Boad, Opposite Station, Guildford.

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Anzac Sunday LOCAL COMMEMORATION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Anzac Sunday LOCAL COMMEMORATION SERVICE. Fairfield Branch of the R.S.S.I.L. has finalised the programme for Sun day's service. Reference to our advt. columns will show a complete organisation. Those taking part in the procession arc requested to. study the time-table, which the committee will strictly adhere to. A new fea ture in this year's ceremony is the model Cenetaph in Anzac Parade. All those sending wreaths are kindly re quested to place same on the Cene taph prior to the procession reaching that spot. This year reserved space will be marked for those taking part in the procession and the general public are asked not to encroach on that area. Given fine weather, Fair field's Anzac observance for this years should be worthy of the town. This is the first year the organisation has been in the hands of the Diggers themselves, and we feel confident that the whole district will support them, by a record attendance.

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

THE FAIRFIELD GAR AGE, FAIRFIELD Proprietor, H. PODMORE. MOTOR REPAIRS OP 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 6.30. Saturday 9 to 12.30. Evenings: Tuesday and Friday, 7 to 9. H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone: Li v. 259 A. S. Finney, Liverpool & Canley Vale 'PHONE: LIV. '267. LOCAL AGENT NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COY., LTD. Fire, Accident, Workmen's Com pensation, and Marine. Gibson Brothers Estate and General Agents Property Salesmen THE CRESCENT. FAIRFIELD Conveyance Provided for Inspection Rents Collected Insurances Effected Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Crossland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Between Canley Vale and Fairfield) Vtaita all part* of C...

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

Fairfield PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL Phone 301 J Liverpool Phone 301 J Liverpool Nurse Podmore, A. T. N. A. (Registered) (Certificated Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney) ADDRESS: "ST. KEVERN," BARBARA ST,. FAIRFIELD (Near the Fire Station) Outdoor and Indoor Cases Attended. All Parts Visited Nervous Diseases, Baby Welfare, and Maternity Cases Attended

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General Council Matters [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

General Council Matters The general purposes committee made the following recommendations to Fairfield . Council, which were adopted: To appoint George Penrose (now in the employ of the council) to the position of storekeeper in respect of stores and materials, and plant and working tools, the property of the general fund, as from April 15. To grant the application of E. W. Cuthbert for permission to erect a wicket gate in the boundary fence separating his property in station-st. from the Fairfield Heights Park, re serving to the council the right to withdraw such permission at any time. To inform the Registrar-General that the public interest did not ap pear' to be in any way adversely affected by the application of A. It. Coleman to bring certain land front ing Smithfield-st. and Smart-st., un der the provisions of the Real Prop erty Act, but that the plan accomp anying the application showed errors. To defer for the present action in connection with the proposed resump tion of la...

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FOOTBRIDGE.. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

FOOTBRIDGE. . Granville Council' has been asked by, the Mayar:; of Ermiftgton and Rydalmere to contribute £46 per an num towards the cost of repayment of capital and interest on the erection of a footbridge leading lo Rydal mere Assylum. over, the Parramattft River. The Water "Board will erect the bridge at a post of £1000.' Gran ville Council is favourably consider ing the proposal, but awaits further details. '

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WENTWORTHVILLE WENTY'S WHITE WAY BIG STEP AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

WENTWORTHVILLE WENTV'S WHITE WAY BIG ; STEP AHEAD. A few nights ago "Wentworthville underwent a transformation-it came .out of the darkness into the light and as a result more light is being 'shed on the doings of that' locality, in more than one sense..' '. Years ago the people commenced to give of their good, money for the installation of a white: way,- and over three years ago sufficient - for the purpose was in hand.. But for some reason or other negotiations with .Holroyd Council did not' end in actual accomplishment of . the scheme. Then came the elections and new aldermen ,-and, four months later, Aid. Bacon the , Mayors of Holroyd touched a .'switch'.and;-hey, presto-the thing was done.. ?-» ' There was . a tremendous crowd mdre than all Wentworthvijle--to see the light turned on. .Maiiy ald .;fei$men were present, and -also a par liamentarian. .. Mr. H. H. Lane, president of the Ratepayers' Association, which body was refeponsible 'for the .effort, presid ed at the swit£hin...

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CRICKET NEWS No. 2 COMPETITION TABLE 1st Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

CRICKET NEWS No. 8 COMPETITION TABLE . . lgt Division. Guildford A.,.. 11 Ionics..'. .. .. .. . i 10 Fairfield JuAiors .. .. . . 8 Ingleburn A. ' ? . Lansdowne 0 Liverpool A 0 2nd Division. ' ^ Guildford B 8 Ingtaburn B 8 . Glenfleld ., 8 Canley Vale 7 '.Liverpool B. .. 4 Cabramatta 1 Ivy Leaves 0

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BANKSTOWN LABOR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

BANKSTOWN LABOR COUNCIL At the annual meeting ofithe Banks town State Labor Counciltthe following: officers were elected for 1929: President, Mr. T. O'Sulliv&h (Fairfield); see. and tteas., Mr./J. H. Stone (Liverpool); vice-presidents, Messrs. J. Smart (Fairfield) and Turvey (Sefton); assistant sec., Mr.' A. J. Turvey (Sefton-Chester Hill); returning officer, Mr. T. Ajistin. (South Bankstown); auditors, Messrs H. Witha! and Smart. The annual report and balance sheet, showing a Satisfactory credit balance was adopted. Mr. James McGirr, M.L.A., in an address to delegates,, -reviewed the work of Parliament during the ses sion which was just Ending. He severely criticised the administration \ of the Bavin Govt. The recent Par ramatta bye-election had disclosed great Labor advanced <ahd indicated that the workers ? were awakening, but, there were still- many people who took their politics ? £rom the capit-' alist press. -Although .- the -National* ists were arranging a...

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GUILDFORD U. v INGLEBURN Played at Canley Vale. INGLEBURN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

GUILDFORD U. v INGLEBURN Played at Canley Vale. ?INGLEBURN-1st Innings. R. McNamarm.c Collins, b Davis l J. McNamara, c B. Morpuss, b Davis .... - i <}. Sindel, b Belcher .. .? . . . J. ^Stanford, b Davis « E. Horders, b Belcher j: Hopping, c E. Buggy, b Davis z A. Sindel, b C. CoUiss ... ? ? - . B P. Papworth, c Morpuss, b Bel iherv> V.. *' i J. Bulluss, c Bavin, b C. Colliss 0 T. Cbrmell, c T. Williams, b Belcher 11 W. Allen, not out .. ...... 7 . Sundries 14 Total 74 Bowling: M. Belcher, 4-15,' J. Pavis 4-23, A. Riley 0-19; C. Coliss 2-3 4 ' GUILDFORD-1st Innings. A. Riley, lbw., b G, Sindel .. ., 47 J. Bevin,. b G. Sindel 10 T. Williams,'b A. Sindel 4 M. Belcher, b G. Sindel 6 B. Morpuss, run out 20 J. Davis, not out 26 C. Coliss, nbt out 7 Sundries 4 . Five wickets for 124 Bowling,: G, Sindel 3-32, J. Sindel 0-7, J. Hopping 0-23, A. Sindel 1-22, J.. Bulluss 0-4, P. Papworth 0-10, E. Horders 0-11, W. Allen 0-11. FAlRFIfeLD IONIC v FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. Played at Fairf...

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Fixtures for Saturday, April 20. 1st Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Fixturci* for Saturday, April 20. . lfet Division. Guildford A. v Lanadowne at Lans downe. Fairfield Juniors v Ionics at Fair field. <, . Ingleburn A, v Liverpool A, at Liverpool. 1 ' ? 2nd Division. Liverpool B. v, Cabramatta, at Liv erpool.' * i ' Guildford B. v Ingleburn B, at Ingleburn; . Glenfield v Ivy Leaves, at Glcnneld. Canley Vale, bye.

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

Australian Ca*h Orders Ltd. 351-7 Pitt street, Sydney ] (Four Doors Below Water Board) i Phone: M 6074 (21ines) Cash Orders for Everything 560 City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper) SMITHFtELD GARA<SE' WIliL UNDERTAKE ' MOTOR REPAIRS Corapatant Machuitc Mvtp\t>yp& RemtonM* Ckriu, All Wtrk CitnutMd. BENZINE, OILS, Ac. ACCESSORIES STOCKED BATTERIES- CHARGED. RING LIV. 225. For roar Breakdown. Day or .Night, We will Ck It. CAR FOR HIRE. . . S. MONEY, Proprietor.

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

Printed and published by W. J. Bright, proprietor, at his linotype printing works, Smart-et,, Fair FteM, N.S.W.

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OBITUARY. MR. A. SHARMAN, VILLAWOOD [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

OBITUARY. MR. A. SHARMAN, VILLAWOOD The death occurred rather sud denly an Saturday of an interesting personality of Villawdod-Mr. Arth ur John Sharman (77 years). Deceased was for many years Caretaker, of the Oddfellows' Temple, Sydney. He was born at Cambridge, England, and served a term as an apprentice lithographer; but at 19 years of age joined the Imperial Navy. In 1878 lie bought his dis charge, and came to Australia.' Five years ago he retired from his Syd ney position -and settled at Villa wood. On Friday, Mr. Sharman felt quite well, and visited Iris son. Later at night he became ill, and jon Saturday . was examined by a doctor, who pre scribed for him. : While his wife was away at the chemist's, he, howeWr, died, While alone in the house. He leaves a wid ow, two sons and a daughter. The remains were 'cremated at Rookwpod on Morida^.

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

f^l^3lQ«P>riDM^'-.''>. FAIRFIELD, WEEK EWP SPEClXtS FOR COOL DAYS v -*% AND EVENINGS !;.£?. .'-'v f-'y., ? - j . 'Vj&adieB* AU-^ool Velour Topcoats, with Fur Collar, unlined, 39/11. Velour Topcoats, Fur Collar and Cuffs, lined to waist, 46/. Baiihcbats, Rubber Lined, Silk, 30/. f. Ladies' -Felt Hats, large assortment of the Newest Shapes and Colors .. 'j^st opened. Prices from 10/11 to 21/. Ladies' Pleated Wool Repp. Skirts, 12/11 each. AU colours of plain and %heck material. Fancy Wool Jersey Cloth for Coatees, or Jumpers. Plain and Fancy Velvets for Coatsand Frocks, Excellent quality from *6/11 yard. Wool Velour, for Topcoats, all colours. Boys' Navy Serge Trousers, lined, sizes 4 to 8, 6/11 pair. - Flannelettes, striped and plain, white and cream, from 9d yard. ; We Make Coats and Frocks to suit every figure. -??if- ? « PHONE, LIV. 301" M. SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS in SAND SHOES E. L. DOWDIES' Boot and Mercery Palace FAIRFIELD, CHILDREN'S WHITE-SOLE SAND SHOES, »«e« 4 ...

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CABRA. PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

CABRA. PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Owing to an oversight the times of services for the above church were not altered in this issue. They should be: Fairfield 11 a.m., Cabra-Vale 7.15 p.m., Rev. J. Muir.

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RUMOR CORRECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

RUMOR CORRECTED Mr. Don Campbell, president 'of the P. and C.A., informs us that it has come to his knowledge that a rumour iB afoot to the effect that only one £1 note was placed in Mr. Gibb's presentation wallet on Mon day night. This is grossly misleading. The sum handed to Mr. Gibb in the wallet was £8/10, and a further 10/ has since been received, making the total £9. This sum was raised in only two days.

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METHODIST CHURCH Anzac Memorial Services [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

METHODIST CHURCH Ansae Memorial Service* Special Anzac services will be held in the MethodiBt Churches through out Fairfield Circuit next Sunday. Rev. G. W. Johnston, who was four years chaplain with the late A.I.F. abroad, will conduct the worship at Cabramatta in the morning, Smith field in the afternoon and Faifield in the evening. At the evening service the address will be delivered by General Sir Charles Rosenthal C.B.E. At Fairfield the anthems "The Com rades' Song of Hope," "Crossing the Bar," and a solo will be rendered. It is hoped that a bugler will be present at the evening service to sound "The Last Post."

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