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Municipality of Fairfield AGGREGATE REVENUE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st. DECEMBER, 1927. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
Municipality of Fairfield AGGREGATE REVENUE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31»t. DECEMBER, 1927. EXPENDITURE. General Fund £ s. d. General Purposes 1808 12 2 Public Works 4^90 10 5 Health Administration 2739 9 10 Public Services ' 43 14 Municipal Properly . . . . 61 £p0 Miscellaneous 207 If" 0 tim- 9240 34 D Fire Brigade Local Fund 165 6 0 Street Lighting Local Fund .. .; ., .. " 1 1-1 1558 10 3 Town Improvement Local Fund - 95 7 5 Water Main Extension Fund No.,,1 3 6 10 r '2 ...... 6 12 5 3 ...... 27 B 0 5 4 , 2 IS 3 6 10 % 3 7 .. 50 B 7 8 ...... SO &lt;5 11 9 *? 33 15 3 1 0 09 11 10 11 * 38 3 1 1 2 6113 0 374 5 Electricity Trading Fund .. .. 9646 7 0 9646 7 Balance to Revenue II .. .. .. 4295 9 Assets Purchased ? *3612 18 Payments in Reduction of Loans ; 932 17 Payments in Reduction Deferred Payment Dobts 818 2 Adjustments .. .. 61 18 Available Funds-Balance transferred .... 1239 10 £6665 6 1 General Fund General Purposes Public Woife Health Administration .. Public Services M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
C. H. BAILEY HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST SMART-ST., PAIRFIELD Razors set and guaranteed. ' Something New! % SOUP OR STEW VEGETABLES pkt. j. AT THE ' Rural i Stores OPP. STATION FAIRFIELD WEET BIX 7d and 1/6 MAY'S 18oz. MUSTARD PICKLES 7jd FLAKED OATS *. 2Ibs. for 6id PICKLED ONIONS lOd and 1/ SCOTCH HERRINGS IN PUREE 6id tin MARBLES, Common 45 for AGATES . 4 for Id A.B.C. COFFEE and CHICORY, Jib. size 1/5 TILLOCKS' SOLUBLE COFFEE 9d and 1/3 CEREX PUFFED RICE llid PARSON'S FLAKED OATS 8id pkt. GRANEX PORRIDGE FOOD 7d pkt. FOUNTAIN FLOUR 6id pkt. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 9id pkt. LESTER'S A.P.C. POWDERS 1/ box. XMAS CLUB NOW OPEN DO YOUR EYESe^p^ TROUBLE YOU EYESIGHT EXAMINED BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED GLASSES FITTED OPTICAL REPAIRS Work Guaranteed Make an Appointment Now JOHN BOOKALLIL, M. P. S., PH. C (By Exam, Syd. Univ.) CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN Phone Liv. 254. Opp. Railway, FAIRFIELD. Flower Pots WE NOW HAVE ALL SIZES IN FIRST QUALITY POTS AT THE FOLLOWING LOW PRICES: 4 inches diameter ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
? ''' 'Pnone; Liv, 104. 'Phone: Liv. 104. 1 C. J liUMI' ..-..'.5;*; V .. .v . .. . ? ? . I 1 GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. ST. JOHN'S ROAD CANLEY VALE. To ana from Sydney Daily. Prompt Attention to all Orders. .' ? &lt; ' ?: '??? ? ' > ? ? ^r* PRICES REASONABLE. 'fcHONE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEAR L^NSDOWNE BRIDGE Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter's Ice Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes; BiHycarrs, and Bathing Costumes Agent for A. M. P. Society, Cabramatta-Liverpool District S. C. JONES, Proprietor 17 HUGH MURPH\ SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL Auctioneer and Valuator Real Estate and Commission Agent Farms for Sale and To Let in the Liverpool District Rents Collected Telephone: Liv. 284 . - : Telephone: Liv. 284 r AGENTS FOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD ?llli W1-r YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE I HARRY GODFREY . sLSVE STOREKEEPER FAIRFIERLB WEST...
Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
Liverpool Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING Aid. Bratchell (Mayor), Fitzpat rick, Bird, Welfare, Chapman, Free man, Hanscombe, and CPGrady at tended. Apologies were received from the remainder. Council carried a motion of con dolence to be sent to Aid. Bill, on the recent death of his father. It was decidcd to prepare estimates for re-forming footpath near Liver pool Post-office. The sum of £4 was contributed to the mosquito extermination fund. Secretary for Railways stated that additional platform could not be pro vided at Casula station.-It was de cided to repeat the request. Prestons P. and C. Association asked council to receive deputation regarding improvements to Kurra jong Road.-Resolved to meet on the site. Council refused to co-operate with Granville Council in the agitation for a high school at the latter place, as it is expected a high school will be established at Liverpool. G. Seton and others complained that a horse had been buried on private land at Moorebank.-It was de...
CLAIM FOR £500 [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
CLAIM FOR £500 Dawson and Herford have given notice to Holx-oyd Council on behalf of Mrs. E. M. Westaway, of Hunt-st., Guildford, that she intends to have the subsidence of a certain part of her property filled in. The trouble was caused by flooding after every rain, due to the lack of a proper and sufficient drainage system in that area. The writer also gave notice that Mr. Westaway complains that the council has caused serious injury to his property by "the negligent care, construction and management of the roads and road levels adjoin ing thereto, and the drains and water courses thereon and adjoining there to, whereby the property has become and continued flooded after every rain between certain dates," and she claims in' negligence and nuisance and damage to the extent of £500, including soil and crops, and will take proceedings at the Supreme Court for the amount at the expir ation of a month.-The information was received. Mr. M. Ray, bootmmaker and har ness repairer, has tran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
AUCTION SALE Fencing HUGH MURPHY, HAS received instructions from the Liverpool Municipal Council to sell by Auction, at the TOWN HALL, LIVER POOL. on Saturday, April 27,1929 At 2 p.ui. sharp 440 Yards PICKET FENCE, 880 Yards PALING FENCE. Alto a Large Quantity of POSTS AND RAILS. The above will be sold iu lots to suit Buyers. HUGH MURPHY, AUCTIONEER SCOTT-ST., LIVERPOOL. Tele. 284 Liv. P. J. McDONALD Opposite Poit Office, Fairfield For Accountancy, Typing, and General Clerical Work Income Tax Returns Expertly Prepared Agent for London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd. All Classes Of IrusUranco Effected .Funds to Lend on Furniture,. Pianos, Deeds of Land, &c.
Grand Council of Progress Associations [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
The Grand Council held its quart* erly meeting in the West Fairfield Progress Association Hall onFriday last. There was a large attendance of delegates and aldermen. Mr. Brain '(vice president) was chairman. A letter from Springfield Progress Association asked the Council to write to the Railway Commissioners' to have shelter sheds, lavatories and drinking taps to be placed on Yen bora station.-It was decided to ask the Municipal Council to write to the Railway Commissioners re this matter; also Grand Council to write, and ask Holroyd Council to do the same. The secretary stated that he had written to the Metropolitan Water \ Board regarding the low pressure of the water in Wetherill Park area. Mr. Brain stated that a touring can had a hard job to get over a bad portion of road at the junction of Palmerston Rd. and Liverpool Rd. This road was in a terrible condition and council had been notified on numerous occasions of same; but it was while the last council was in power, and nothi...
CABRAMATTA. SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
CABRAMATTA. SOGC&B. On Cabramatta Park on Saturday the local team will play against Earl's Club team, from Rydalmere. The game will start at S p.m., and all members and intending members are asked to attend. TP HELP HOSPITAL. In the. window of Aid. J. G. Mc-' Burney's shop at Cabramatta, may be seen a dainty pink silk set of cnildren's garments. They were made by Mrs. McBurney and donat ed for the Cabramatta cot at the Women's Hospital. The articles will be disposed of by competition in May, when the St. John's Park Musical Society will present "Princess Crys anthemum" at Cabramatta. I.O.O.P. The annual installation in con nection with the I.O.O.F., Cabra matta branch took place early this week. D.D.G.M., Bro. J. Cook, of Liver pool, assisted by Past Grands of the Liverpool Lodge, officiated. The assistants were P.G.'s Bros. Biddle, Cotherill, J. Bailey and P.G. Bro. Tivey, of Fairfield. The new officers are: N.G., Bro. Bruce; V.G., Bro. Ransley; secretary and treasurer, Bro...
LUCKY CARD PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
LUCKY CARD PLAYERS. Prize-winners euchre party at the Crescent Theatre on Monday, 16th were as follows:-Ladies: Mrs. Hilt on, Miss Cook and Mrs. Nibbie (sea grass chair each), Mrs. Bell (doz. tin peaches), Mrs. Ings (six tins fruit), Mrs. Jackson (pair silk stockings). Gents: Mr. Gibbons, Mr. Murphy and Mr. Geer (seagrass chair each), Mrs. Wakeham (doz. tins peaches), Mr. Capon (six tins peaches), Mr. Geer (razor strop). These euchre parties are held every Monday night, and, as the prizes are very attractive, players should not fail to attend. Fairfield Council invites tenders for painting the Council Chambers, it also has some tar casks for sale.
Mock wedding RACHABITES' ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
the Unity ' " * the : and. > m\ of ojienedju due-form Md sevensncwjntmljocs the. businfesB part ;was?ina4o short as possible under -th&,guidance of the &lt;1R.'^Si^r Wlute>, assisted by. tlxe District Deputy: Supt. of Juvenile (fev, Wooduw.it,;. of Lfd : combe). . ..;-.?? ?. ? ; , Jtoars of- l&oghtcr. greciod tine rival of the,''iki meter" &lt;Bro. E. Mc Jiintock) -and" the "bride* (Sister Fiorrit; 3kLimoek)} dressed in orange mid bk«U trousers, i)!uo swat, white collar,: ji-rocn bow, with a rjiray of orange blossom in his coat and a silk - top hat. , " , The bride 'appeared a little later ">n " frock,, of white, voile tetn' in c. thu visift- with a blue saw?. Rho had a wreath of orange blod ;f>m over' which wns a very fine veil, ami aIlog&lt;!tlwihe appear fii'r.- di.i i'vodit ii» 'Pro. Cyril Weston. The bridesmaids (SNcrs Hnvis Prn.-twr W!1 F.^iih Melnfyre) wore wj'i'e i'r." oiv-wcs ami had .Iniuqucta of rod ilcww! . T!io tnra-lv...
OPENING CHARGES FOR ROAD AND FOOTPATHS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
OPENING CHARGES ro?. /'.CAD AKO FOOTPATHS TKG mi'yepi.T, eonimuleo VotowiiiesvlcJ J'nivi'ifl-. Id Council to fix (he foibvimi' i.c-r.k: of i-hsu'sres for 1.'i&lt;? r&lt;»f'.ova??>! con roads and pains o^ca'js:; --for C>e laying1 of pipes. pal'Jes, -ct''. ftbe some condi tions npt»Iy -,1 on;;l: iv.fIf .(p). ecmo.nl roncre'.e, . £5, iilns 3 0/ per square foot of surface to bo oner up or dis turbed (faelndine any -urfaea under jii'w-d). Biiiur.nioivj tar nircad ara "*?. ]"!us £5.. Wstr.vbound macad am top-dressed- with bitumen or tar £2/10. plus o/0. ? Waterbound mac adam not ton-dressed, £2, plus 2/0. Earth. prnvol and shoulders. £1 pins !/. Brink or asphalt. £2 plus 2/6. Aid. Stsm«i«>n moved that this be referred for father eonsider at!on. The charges appeared rather hirrh.-Carried.
GUILD[?] & DISTRICT EXSAILORS & SO[?]' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
GUILDrORD & D»;,ViviC£- EX A i;K'cl:n.; alow vviv; hoM on Tni'xJuy L-.li. Ai:-oai 51) v, '.to pro-Tr.t. 'ihv- Ch:.»r \vc-. Ir'-V.-ii by the }. a. X '- C. Vi, Ti-.-:- J with the ]? a; ;-..c of "j-'aMea Cer.irastcj."' It V. ^^ .1 1- ;m inVi tation fratn i'.io Pn.rr.-.iC tla branch ol t'c Ti.M,''.I.!.. v« a.1.:v-n'i a mem ov;.:5 Pavi-ar,latin. on tlie k:ci j.J; s; &lt;?'> Day. and to ar io: Luv i.ia/.-ik'rs cf ik club to mv'" .. et the Memorial Cher-V nu thi.' ovc-nintf of An?This 'b;, i-ef..-on of ail im from J. Sniui I lusher, .of Cpjhtfnrd. v;L:v ivi;ive:i from . Mr. Tin.i'.iiiir t!ip nic-m i . .. lo ;u St. Mary's wi Ansae Sunday. Tir« vtr-j ail-c uwpic-i. !;' "W'k-? ll'.Cn for 351 An ::io D:>.y Pr.vrvh: Cj Il-C. e:;-crrvice men vrr nir^e. I) wr.s Ihai T!ev. ?J?. Webb, of "iV*" 't ?io&lt;l tho port'.'on of b.;:". elwyiJrij' to ih&lt;? c'lvi. V: ^sp'iOnnil 1.1-."': Mr. W-v-v> w r. -V.vno.'l who S' ." .' ' n-": v;':h 1 A.T.F. vcrf yo'.-tK"") tr...
Liverpool Court. THURSDAY'S CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
Liverpool Court. THURSDAY'S CASES. The following eases were heard by Mr. Sutherland, P.M., at Liverpool on Thursday: Walter Clarke for indecent lang uage, at Fairfield, was fined £3, and 8/ costs. For indecent behav iour, Clarke was fined £2, 8/ costs. Cecil W. Gordon, failure to return driver's expired license, fined 10/, 5/6 costs. Mary Gibbs, Mt. Pritchard, applied for prohibition order against Fred erick Gibb. An order was made for 12 months, Patrick Jordan, indecent behaviour fined £2; indecent language, £2. Mary Eleanor Gambell, for disre garding the traffic dome, was fined £1, costs 5/6. A case against Cyril G. Astill, on a charge of driving a motor car in a manner dangerous to the public, at Fairfield, was dismissed, ASSAULT CASE. Herbert Howlett, Fairfield West, sued Jack Muldoon for insulting words, at Fairfield railway station. Summons not served. Muldoon, of Guildford, cross summoned Howlett, for assault, at Fairfield. Mr. Bolton for Muldoon. Howlett pleaded guilty. Fine...
INDUSTRIAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
INDUSTRIAL COURT. Leslie James ABhcroft, butcher, was proceeded against for working four employees before 7 a.m., and two employees before 7.30 a.m., on March 4. Four employees were charged with working at the shop before 7 a.m. and two before 7.30 a.m., on the same date. Ashcroft was also charged with allowing an employee on the premises earlier than 5 minutes before start ing time. Ashcroft pleaded guilty in all seven cases. ! The inspector said two employees worked at the slaughter yards, who started at 6.30 a.m. instead of 7.30. Ashcroft's case was that the trouble was caused by the fact that there was no refrigeration plant at the premises; so it was necessary to 6tait early on Monday mornings. In each case A,shcroft was fined £3, 4/ court costs, 21/ professional costs, witness' expenses 3/-a totp.l of £30/16. Employees: Smith, jun., was fined £1; Smith, sen., £1; P. R. Wood £2, A. Irwin £2, W. Davis £1, P. Robin son £1/10, H. Hocking £1. Each to pay costs 4/, witness* expenses...
CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
CANLEY VALE. Mr. Telfer, of Canley Vale, who for the past month was a patient in Liverpool Hospital, has been dis charged much improved. FIRE AT CANLEY. On Saturday night, about 9, a fire destroyed a weatherboard residence owned by Mr. Asper, at Pourth Aven ue, Canley Vale. The house was re cently occupied by Mr. Brandt, who had vacated it on the preceding Wednesday. The fire defied the efforts of two fire brigades-Fairfield and Cabramatta. A large crowd wit nessed the conflagration. The house had only been completed about a month ago. ? The alarm was given by Mrs. G. S. Mitchell, whose shop is not far distant. Fairfield brigade arrived five minutes after the call was sent. St. John's G.U.O.O.F. will hold a euchre party and dance to-night (Sat.), in the School of Arts. Good prizes and music. W. M. Steer, of Old Guildford, ad vertises land for sale, near Yennora and Old Guildford.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
FAIRFIELD AND DISTRICT CHORAL SOCIETY. CONCERT CONCERT Notice is hereby given that the Choral Society's CONCERT an nounced for THURSDAY, 2nd May, 1929, HAS BEEN POSTPONED until 9th May, 1929, and Subscribers and holders of Tickets will please note. (Miss) J. DAVIS, Secretary, Granville-street, Fairfield. SCHOOL OP ARTS. ST. JOHN'S PARK SATURDAY, 27th. Euchre Only Hams, first prizes. Admission, 1/6. J. HUNT, Pfes. A. OLLIS, Hem. Sec.
MORE NEW ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
MORE NEW ADVERTISERS Mrs. Levy, of Merrylands Road, Merrylands (near Council Cham bers), has joined our list of adver tisers. Mrs. Levy is agent for "The Biz" Newspaper. Another news advertiser is Mr. D. Woodhouse, of Guildford-tobaccon ist and music seller. Still another announcement comes from the Parramatta Laundry, giving the names of agents at Guildford and Merrylands. Mr. T. Calusen, piano tuner, Gran ville, also has an advt. in this issue.
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT At Liverpool Court on Thursday, Walter Percival Ham, ex-allowance postmaster at Smithfield, was charged with embezzlement of cer tain public moneys.-£89/14/3 in 1927. Defendant is a married man with three children. He told the police (according to evidence at the Mur willumbah Police Court) that he had got behind financially and used post-office money. When the offence was discovered he "cleared out." He was a returned soldier, receiving a pension. He went to Brisbane, but returned to Murwillumbah and gave himself up to' the police. He waS sorry for the mistake. Ham reserved his defence, and was committed for trial at Parramatta Quarter Sessions on May 20. Bail was allowed of £100, or two in £50.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929
PERSONAL General Sir Charles Rosenthal, C.B.E., who will visit Fairfield next Sunday and address the Anzac mem orial service in the Methodist Church in the evening:, is one of the most honored ana highly esteemed officers of the late A.I.F., Sir Charles has been untiring in his efforts on bet half of the returned men since the cessation of the war. It is a distinct honour to be favoured . with the presence of this distinguished soldier. At Cabramatta Memorial Church on Sunday night last, Rev. H. J. H. Lofts, just prior to Holy Communion referred to the departure of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. A. Johnston, Mrs. de Esmond, and Mrs. Smith. The rev erend gentleman referred to the great service rendered by Mr. John ston, and his paper "The Biz," also Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. de Esmond and Mrs. Smith. He felt sure the con gregation would wish them good health and happiness in their new home at Wollongong. Mr. A. J. Selke, of Fairfield, is again confined to his home, with a return of rheumatism trouble....