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

1 ^ . . Murray Bros. "* (Parramatta) LIMPED 4ft. 6in. Polished Maple Bedroom' Suite and Wardrobe full 4ft. 6in, with mirror and hat shelf. 3 ft. 9in. Dressing Table and Pedestal to match £ 13/10. l - 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. (Parramatta) LIMITED MONSTER EUCHRE PARTY. Will be held in CRESCENT THEATRE, FAIRFIELD. Monday, April 22 Commencing at 8.30 p.m. sharp. Ladies Prise*. Gent*' Prizes. 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. 5th I dozen Tins Fruit. 6th.-& 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. No Deposit. No Interest 5/ PER WEEK. 37 good High Buildin...

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SOCIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

SOCIAL CLUB. A social evening was held on Sat urday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matthes, Fairfield Road, Fair field. In a fortnight's time an en tertainment will be held in aid of united charities. A social club was formed. In response to the Government's invitation to council's to apply for areas to be set apart for park lands, Granville Municipal Council has de cided to apply for an increase in the area constituting Guildford Park. Hugh Murphy will hold an auction sale of furniture to-day (Sat.) at 1.30, on account Mr. T. Petrie, High St., Liverpool. A concert and dance will be held in Cabra. Town Hall on Saturday next, in aid of St Mary's Convent, JiivWiy'rfdl.

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

+Winter Goods BLANKETS,-White Blankets, all wool, Australian make, Single Bed 81» 26/fla9hrefquarter Bed sice 89/6, Double Bed alee 49/6. CREAOTLANNELETTES 1/1, 1/2, 1/8. 1/4, 1/6 STRIPED FLANNELETTES Hid, If, 1/2, 1/41, 1/6, 1/8, LADIES' CARDIGANS, in a very fine assortment and tonings, 16/6 to 80/. DRESS FLANNELS, in all the fashionable shades, 40in. 'wide, 5/6. JAVA DOWN QUILTS, veil filled, in beautiful colorings, 24/6 to 65/. Fancy . Cotton. . Dress TWEEDS, in aervicable colors, 38In, 1/6 and 1/8. RIPPLE CLOTH, a heavy make, 28in, in Pink, Sky, Cream, Saxe, Navy, Red, Vieux Rose, 1/ yd. HEN'S' FLANNELS, our own make, Light and Dark, 6/11 and 8/6. Teddy Bear Blankets, in beautiful designs, 1/11 and 2/6. THE GUILDFORD WW OOClSj DRAPER. E R. HURD'S CRESCENT, Men's and Boys' Store MEN'S COTTON GAB. TROUSERS 5/11 MEN'S FLEECY SINGLETS .. 36," 38," 3/6; 40," 42," 3/0. MEN'S ALL-WOOL GOLDEN FLEECE SINGLETS, 34," 9/11; 36," 10/6; 38," ll/6i 40," 12/6. SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK 3/9 Men's O.S...

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

A. J. Selke 8MABT STREET -TAIRFIELD THE LIVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT HOUSE AND LAND AGENT Auction Sales JEvery SaturdayMorning, Sales Conducted in Any Part of the District. Insurance Effected. RETURNS PROMPTLY EXECUTED T. S. WADDS Grocer of Merrylanck Wishes to announce that he has taken over the premises recently occupied by J. S. DONKIN, Grocer, of GUILDFORD ROAD and intends Opening a First-Class GROCERY and PROVISION STORE, with an ABSOLUTELY NEW STOCK and seeks a fair share of your support. Don't forget the address GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD ' (Late J. S. Donkin.) "THE GUM NUT" OPPOSITE STATION CAKKAMAK. The proprietor of "The Gum Nut" wishes to announce that business is now opened, and that the Carramar District will be suitably catered for as a Newsagency and General Store. Groceries, Confectionery, Cakes, Haberdashery, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigarettes, Patent Medicines, etc. Prices right. Local agent for the Greshain Pire and Accident Insurance Society. D. M. PARKES,...

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STREET AND FOOTPATH REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

STREET AND FOOTPATH REPAIRS. The works committee of Granville Counei recommended, on Tuesday night, road and footpaths work to cost £1263/12. Contributions by ratepayers totalled £370/16, leaving a balance of £892/16 to be provided by the council. The committee also recommended, for consideration at a later date works to cost a further £1894/6.-Adopted.

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VALEDICTORY TO MR. H. L. GIBB. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

VALEDICTORY TO MR. H. L. CIBB. At the conclusion of the P. and C, meeting at Fairfield on Monday evening the members tendered a farewell to Mr. H. L. Gibb, who is leaving to take up his abode with his son at Cootamundra. Proceedings opened with musical items and dancing. Musical items were rendered by Mrs. Maskelyne (song), Mr. Ferrin humorous song), Mr; Arch Campbell (song), Little Miss Campbell (song and dance), Miss Alice Mathes (reci tation), pupils of Miss Hawke (Jean1 Orr, Molly Pannell, Enid Stuart, a polka); Elsie Rogers, Polly Flinders and May Steward, tambourine dance; Vera Steward, song and step dance. Mrs. Maskelynea cted as accom panistc. Mr. and Mrs. R. Page supplied ex cellent dance music; Mr. Jack Shaw acted as M.C., and Mr. J. Learmonth was stage manager. The ladies committee served re freshments in their usual able man ner. Dancing was interspersed with items throughout the evening and the "nterest thus maintained for young and old. The stage was beautifully decora...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. GIBB By School of ArTS Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

PRESENTATION TO MR. GIBB By School of ArU Committee At the Fairfield School of Arts on Wednesday night another pleasant function took place, when Mr. H. L. Gibb was the guest of honor. The early part of the evening was devoted to dancing to the music of Mr. and Mrs. Page. After refreshments had been par taken of, Mr. Gibb was invited on to the stage, where also were Messrs. M. Soult (acting president), P. Tivey (Treasurer) and A. Hodgins (hon, secretary), who, with Mr. S. Petley (committeeman) signed the address, which was worded in a eulogistic strain. Mr. Soult called upon Mr. Tivey to make the presentation of an illumin ated address and cheque. Mr. Tivey said they greatly regretted losing Mr. Gibb from amongst them. He had been a Trojan worker, who did not seek the limelight. He had done a great deal in bringing about the im provements to the School of Arts, having been for six years president. On the presentations being made to Mr. Gibb, "For he's a jolly good fellow" was sung. ...

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

Safety First «Jack Winter is Coming BE PREPARED-WE ARE-TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS. All Wool press Plannells, wanted shades, 3/11 yard. Striped Flannellettes, from 7i to 1/9 yard. Velour Flannellettes, from 1/0 yd. All Wool Blankets, single bed, 25' pair, double beds 43/6 pair. The Latest in Pastmaid Dresses 23/6 to 60/. Ladies Felt Hats in all the latest designs. Ladies all wool Cardigans and Pull overs. Reversible Hearth Mats, 7/6 each. AU Wool Travelling Rugs, 16/6 each. Men's all Wool Flannel Shirts, 6/11 ; Men's Australian Loom Tweed Trousers, 10/6 pair. THIS MONTH'S FREE GIFT Reversible Hearth Mat in Pretty design. For all Purchases over 1/-, you receive a Docket with a Number Save your dockets-the more you have the greater your chance. if not claimed in 10 days, we have a second drawing, so always keep your dockets, and see if you are a winner. PRIOR & CO., GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD Fairfield Bakery THE CRESCENT. My aim is straight to please; TRY MY TEA CAKES, wJ K- t BUN LO...

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ELECTRICITY FOR WETHERILL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

ELECTRICITY FOR WETHERILL PARK. Fairfield Council had decided to defer action upon applications for supply within the Wetherill Park area until the Local Government De partment had replied to the question of the legality of the expenditure upon the extension to that locality. Boost your buiinee* by advertii ing in "Tbe Biz" Newspaper..

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Fairfield P. and C. Assn. REGULAR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Fairfield P. and C. Assn. REGULAR MEETING. The regular monthly meeting of the Fairfield P. and C. Association was held in the School of Arts Hall, on Monday night and combined with this was a social and dance. There was a . very large attendance, the hall being filled to capacity. Coupled with the function was a tsend-off to Mr. H. L. Gibb, a very old and esteemed member. This portion of the function is reported in another column. The business of the meeting was cxpendited by the president, Mr. D. Campbell, who was in the chair. The enrolment of' members for the new year was carried out, making 320 financial members at the close of the meeting. .A prize was presented to the mem ber who secured the largest number of enrolments. This was conclusive ly won by Mrs. Ball with 121 mem bers to her credit. The president handed to Mrs. Ball a unique cut-glass pickle jar. He congratulated her upon her good work, particularly as she had won the previous> year's competition in the same concl...

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B. GRADE.—2nd Division ASCOT II v SUNSHINE Played on Ascot Court [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

B. GRADE.-2nd Division ASCOT II v SUNSHINE Played on Ascot Court J. Hoddinett and H. Putsey v G. Pile and R. Denham, 6-2. Mrs. Dawes and Dawes v Mrs. Mur dock and A. Murdock, 2-6. Miss Sieman and J. Hoddinett v Miss Payne and G. Pile, 6-4. E. Dawes and J. Radford v A. Mur dock and C. Watt, 6-4. Mrs. Dawes and Miss Siemann v Mrs. Murdock and Miss Payne, 6-3. E. Dawes and J. Radford v G. Pile and R. Denham, 6-1. Miss Sieman and H. Putsey v Mrs. Murdock and C. Watt, 6-3. Mrs. Dawes and J. Radford v R. Denham and Miss Payne, 6-4. J. Hoddinett and H. Putsey v A. Murdock and C. Watt, 6-3. Won by Ascot II by 8 sets 50 games, to. 1 set 30 games. ALLANDALE v LONGFIELD Played on Allandale Court, A. Girling and R. Hellmers. v H. Elvin and E. Fitzgerald, 6-4. Miss Carroll and E. Hellmers v Miss Wilson and Harrowell, 6-2. Misses Carroll and Atlee v Miss»h Wilson and Hoy, 6-3. Miss Atlee and A. Girling v Miss Hoy and Fitzgerald, 6-2. F. Miller and E. Hellmers v F. Harrowell and L. Harrowell, 3-6....

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Public Works [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Public Work. The works committee submitted the following recommendations to Fairfield Council: To inform Carramar Progress As* BDciation that funds would not per mit of any expenditure at present on the roadway of Tangerine-st. To refuse the application by R. Darlington for permission to erect a kerbside petrol pump in Vine-st. , To authorise the removal of the fences encroaching on part of Man darin-st, and the re-erection of the same (together with new fencing) along the eastern boundary of Mrs. M. Bush's lot 12 in Tangerine-st. To approve of the hire of the road roller by Sellen and Sellen for the purpose of rolling and consoli dating the ballast foundations for the new roadway in Smithfield-st., with an approved driver (Mr. Watman being off duty through illness), at the approved charge. To defer for the present action to improve the condition of that por tion of the St. Elmo stromwater drain between Wrentmore-st. and Nelson-st. That the sum of £100 voted for the improvement of t...

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B. GRADE—1st Division MAVIS v WANGAROA I Played on Mavis Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

B. GRADE!-1st Division MAVIS v WANGAROA I Played on Mavis Court. Rainbow and Priestly v J. Healy and F. Cooper, 6-1. Mrs. Priestly and W. Podmore v Miss Critchley and Schwarzer, 6-2. Mrs. Rainbow and T. Priestly v Miss O'Donnell and F. Cooper, 6-2. W. Podmore and A. Bowyer v Schwarzer and W. Wright, 6-2. Mrs. Rainbow and Mrs. Priestly v Misses O'Donnell and Critchley, 4-6. S. Rainbow and T. Priestly v Schwarzer and Wright, 6-4. Mrs. Priestly and Bowyer v Miss O'Donnell and Wright, 6-3. Mrs. Rainbow and Rainbow v Miss Critchley and Healy, 6-2. Podmore and Bowyer v Cooper and Healy, 6-2. Won by Mavis by 8 sets 62 games, to 1 set 24 games. GUILDFORD METHODIST v ALLENDALE I. W. West and G. Heilmers v Roy Haddon and O. Bishop, 1-6. A. Heilmers and A. Siemann v Eric Haddon and Reg Haddon, 1-6. Miss West and G. Heilmers v Miss Bishop and Roy Haddon, 4-6. Miss Roberton and A. Heilmers v Mrs. Haddon and Eric Haddon, 6-3. W. West and G. Heilmers v Eric Haddon and Roy Haddon, 1-6. Misses West ...

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TENNIS A. GRADE. GLENROY v ASCOT. Played on Glenroy Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

TENNIS A. GRADE. GLENROY v ASCOT. Played on Glenroy Court. Clissold and Myhill v Hoddinett and French, 6-6. Miss Bunker and G. Stein v Miss Morgan and W. White, 6-5. Mrs. Clissold and L. Blomfield v Miss Hoddinett and D. Sharp, 6-6. L, Blomfield and C. Stein v H. Hoddinett and F, French, 8-4. Mrs. Clissold and Miss Bunker v Misses Hoddinett and Morgan, 6-8. L. Clissold and My hill v £>. Sharp and W. White, 4-6. Mrs. Clissold and Myhill v Miss Mbrgan and F. French, 4-6. Miss Bunker and L. Clissold v Miss Hoddinett and H. Hoddinett, 6-0. L. Blomfield and C. Stein v D. Sharpe and W. White, 6-0. Won by Ascot by 6 sits 48 games to 3 sets 36 games. COORINGA II v COORINGA 1 Played on Cooringa Court. Critchley and Baxter v Lehmann and C. Stein, 6-2. Miss L. Lehmann and B. Paine v Mrs. Ford and G. Lehmann, 3-6. C. and B. Paine v C. Stein and G. Lehmann, 0-6. Miss E. Lehmann and Baxter v Mrs. Morpeth and Morpeth, 4-6. Misses L. and E. Lehmann and Mesdames Ford and Morpeth, 6-2. Critchley a...

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

FAIRFIELD SCHOOL OF ARTS Support Your Local Institute All Sorts of Games Billiards, Cards. Dmu^iit's, Chess, Dominoes, Etc. Upjio-date L'l'yary . Swbscnr .< jr Gents, 2/6 Quarter; Ladies, 2/6 Widows, Wives nr. J Daughters of Members' 1/6 per quarter' H. L. GIBB, President A. D, HODGINS, Sec.

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BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson, Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield) TECHNICAL TERMS USED IN REDIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

TECHLILCAI- TERMS USED IN ?. 'RADIO.-. > Oscillations.- Alternating t cinv rentsof frequeiiVfes .ate. called,ciectrical oscillations. j£ the .amplit ude of a scries of * oscillations is' constant,- they are called continu ous or undamped wave; but if the amplitude ra not constant, as in the spark method, they arc called damped waves. Potential .--lief en: ing to electrical pressure (See E.M.F. and volt). Period.--The period of an altern ating current is the time required for one cycle to pass through a com plete set of positive and negative values. Plate.-The plate of an electron valve is the positive charged plate like element which collects the elec trons omitted by the filament. Potentiometer.-A potentiometer is an arrangement, for securing any -desired voltage by utilising the volt age drop across the required portion of a current carrying resistance. Primary Coil.-A primary coil is the input winding.of a transformer. Radiation.-Means the sending of energy from a source. It i...

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THE TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

THE TESTS. Anc? Broadcasting An angctnenls A prominent old time crickctev writing to Hie New South Wales Brood.-abJinu Co. I>J,, in regard to the MM-virvs rendered throughout the cricket reason just closing ;"iys: "Now that the English tour has closed and the interesting season finished, I would like to thank your company for the way in which it has entered for cricket lovers. I can assure you that the description of the Tost Juatches in particular, have reached a point in service to the public which it would bo indeed hard to out-strip." When ilie programme covering the English tour and the Sheffield Shield matches v.-ns laid before the Direct ors of the New South Wales Broad easting Co. Ltd., they dccided that r.o stone was to be.left unturned which would prevent offering to de votees of the national game, the best facilities which broadcasting could 'transmit. Four hundred and twenty four trunk calls wove linked up, and over "fjOO miles trunk lines were brought into operation ...

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

THE NEW "ASTGR" RADIO from the makers of tha jh<\V "Aster" 6-Valve set now on view at IvI. WILSON'S Radio Stores, Ware-St., Fairfield H.T. BAl'TiililiiS.-2 Batteries supplied, viz., I heavy duty GO volt, 1 heavy, duty 45, volt.-total 102 volts. This is correct voltage and should net-be exceeded. H. BATTERY-Total consumption .4 amps. - VALViJS--ii vaivos oi the .00 typo and one of the .1 amp. type 0 vok-total (i valves. CABINET-Wood Cabinet. The Batteries are self-contained. RECEPTION-'With one or'two exceptions, where reception is particu larly bad we guarantee INTERSTATE daylight reception; in any ease the set is supplied on this condition irrespective of locality, and should it not do. it we will take the set' back. Tuning--This is absolutely one control, the only other 2 being'."on" an'! "oli" switch, and volume control. There arc no other subsidiary controls, 'either inside of outside the receiver, and furthermore there aVe only 1 aerial and 1 cavtli terminal. . For l...

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

FROM A NEEDLE TO AN ANCHOR,' ANY MAKE, SIZE, TYPE OR PRICE IN RADIO OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. ' ' ' , i Always fresh slocks ot Dry ButteYies for Torches. ' Radio .Mid numerous other requirements on hand. Ail mates of Irons, including the Wonderful "Sunbeam." "Beach," "Ilotpoint," "Hccla," "Gurncy," ctc., Stoves "Dux" Bath and TLip Heater, Rapid Jugs, Kettles <?t.:. "Udisco'1 all Electric, Semi-Eleetric and "Astor'' fleet ivcrs, together with any other make. It vt-. l! he to your benefit to call and inspect, or PhoneLiv. 3205 <*ind I will attend to your requirements. Let me install the Light or P.owcr in your home. M. WILSON WARE ST., FAIRFIELD LICENSED RADIO AND ELECTRICAL CONTRATOR. MORE THAN A TRINKET OR SOME "SWEET" THING SOON FORGOTTEN. jf * W'if ft . Crt If, clarm; inn nicw. -fcoN ^ THE GUARANTEED IRON THIS PRACTICAL GU-'T W£LL SHOW THAT YOU HAD YEARS OF H^.*i HAPPINESS IN MIND. The neatest, worthiest little cr.st yon i-ver sow, of fireproof, Blue Steel. A...

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

J" >3" ^ :. PUU|0VERS & SWEAT, ER COATS For Man. Woman) or Child * HENDERSON, PREMIER STORES, CABRAMATTA. ALL PAPERS 1 ALL BOOKS I ALL MAGAZINES I R. J. GREGORY, NEWSAGENT ft STATIONER OANLEY VALE BPEG1AL ANNOUNCEMENT Having secured the Agency for the Aeolean Company, I am now prepared to supply Gramophones and Records. A good selec tion of the Ltt'test always on hand. Drop in and hear them. Remember: I stiok to City Prioeg for Everything ? L.H. HUBBLE Builder STATION STREET, FAIRFIELD ESTIMATES AND PLANS SUPPLIED FINANCE ARRANGED Agent for Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Company Phone: Liv. 205 Ashcroft's Butchery Cabramatta FOR HIGH CLASS MEAT Try our Corn Brisket with bone Phone: Liverpool 77 Horace Smith, WisheB to Notify the Residents of Oanley Vale that he WAS OPENDED a First-Class LADIES' & GENT'S HAIRDRESSING SALOON Situated in Asians' Store OANLEY VALE ROAD OANLEY VALE (Near the Station) PRIVATE ROOM FOR LADIES. PHONE: LIV. 233. Brooks and Davison (LATE ...

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