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LIVERPOOL. S. [?]. TENNIS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

LIVERPOOL. S. ft. TENNIS ASSOCIATION Following is the draw for compet ition matches, April 20. A. GRADE. Liverpool 2 v Wyreema Ingleburn 1 v South End. Liverpool 1 a bye. B. GRADE. Prestons v Ingleburn 2. Hillview v Railway 2. Railway 1 v Liverpool 3. St. Patrick 2 v Picton 1. Railway Inst, v St Pats. 3. . Picton 2 v Redbank. A. GRADE. LIVERPOOL 1 v INGLEBURN 1 Played on Ingleburn Coset , E- Ayrcs and Keys v N. Gread and Williamson, 6-2. H. Ayres and Gallo v McIIveen and Bland, 6-1. » Miss Hey and Keys v Miss Hamil ton and Gread, 6-8. Miss Payne and Gallo v Miss Watts and Mclivecn, 6-3. Misses Payne and Hey v Misses Hamilton and Watts, 6-2. ...5: Ayrea and Ga,l° v Gread and Williamson, 3-6. E. Ayres and Keys v McIIveen and Bland, 6-3. Miss Hey and H. Ayres v Miss Hamilton and Williamson, 6-6 Miss Payne and E. Ayres v Miss Watts and Bland, 6-0. Won by Liverpool 1 by 7 sets 50 games, to 2 sets 26 games. SOUTH END v LIVERPOOL 2 Played on Liverpool Court. J. Hunt and Cahalan v Henderson...

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

OBITUARY. An old identity of Liverpool, Mr. Walter George Rowley (73), died on Monday evening, and his remains werp buried in Rookwood cemetery on Tuesday. Deceased lived at Liv erpool for many years; but left the district, and only recently returned. His people are said to have been connected with the Imperial Soldiery at Liverpool in the convict days. GAS CAUSES FIRE. On Saturday night last, Liverpool Fire Brigade received a call to Mr. Green's residence, Liverpool. The gas bracket had been acci dently pulled from the wall and the gas caught fire, causing a huge blaze. The only damage done was the blackening of the walls. VISITING ARTISTS. Visiting artists will appear at a social and gift evening at Liverpool Convent hall, this week, and later a sports carnival is being arranged both functions in support of Miss Mildred Murray's candidature in the Queen competition. EUCHRE. The Liverpool School of Arts held a point score euchre _ contest on Tuesday night. The winners were: Ladies-...

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Holroyd Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

Holroyd Council TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. Aid. Bacon (Mayor), Jones, Warn ock, Maunder, Duke, Brett, Smith Shaw were present at Tuesday night's meeting of the Holroyd Council. CORRESPONDENCE. ? , Local Gov.t Department wrote concerning the resumption of land, Lane-st. and Fullagar Rd., asking council to forward a further sum of £16/1/1 to enable J, F. de Larpent's compensation claim to be paid.-To be paid. Federated Municipal and Shire Council Employees' Union of Aus tralia wrote that it was informed that an employee had twelve months' ser vice, and received his week's annual leave, which did not terminate until after New Year's Day, and in con sequence he should have received payment for the three pjublic holi days-Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. It was alBo believ ed the council's caretaker had been in the position for the past 8 years, and had not received the 7/6 per week provided by the award for Are and lighting. They would be glad to have both matters adjusted.-The c...

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LIVERPOOL DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

LIVERPOOL DRUIDS. A very enjoyable evening was spent on the 9th inst., the occasion being installation night, also a pre sentation to P.D.P. Bro. Battio. The installation was performed success fully by P.R.A.D. Bro. Howlett, R.A. D. Bro. Cremon, V.R.A.D. Bro. Banks, P.A. Bro. Richards, P.A. Bro. Biddle of No. 10, R.A.C. The foll owing officers were duly installed: A.D. Bro. Stephen; V.A. Sister Childs sen.; Sec., Bro. Hayes; Tres, Bro. Childs; A.D.B., Sisters Kidd and Ross; I.G., Bro. Grono; O.G., Sis, Clouch, Asst. sec., Bro. Taylor, jun; V.A.B. Sis Childs, jun. and Sis. Hayes I.P.A., Bro. Battie. The following Lodges were present -Cabra-Valc, Freedom, Rose of Lid combe, and Acorn. After the instal lation a dance followed. Thanks are due to Sis. Kidd and Bro. Felton, who supplied the music. A presentation was made to P.D.P. Bro. Battie for services rendered to Liverpool Lodge. Bro. Cremen made the presentation-a gold medal. Bro. Battle suitably responded. The supper cloth, runner a...

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FINE TO STAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

FINE TO STAND. On Tuesday night Holroyd Coun cil dccidcd to allow the 2/6 fine for overdrue electricity rates to be col lected by the officer who goes to dis connect the service. An amendment to accept the bare rates was defeated.

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CABRA FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. A. E. A. JOHNSTON [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

CABRA FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. A. E. A. JOHNSTON At the Town Hall, Cabramatta, on Monday night last, a large crowd gathered to bid farewell to Mr. A. E. A. Johnston (late proprietor of "The Biz" newspaper) and Mrs. Johnston, who are leaving Cabramatta to take up residence at Wollongong. On arrival the guests were greeted with "for they are jolly good fell- ows," and Mrs. Johnston was pre- sented with a beautiful bouquet by Miss Joyce McBurney, and made by Miss Camkin. At the banquet the chairman (Mayor J. G. McBurney) had on his right Mr. Johnston and on his left Mrs. Johnston and the Mayoress. There were present representa- tives from all centres to do honor to the guests. The toast of "The King" was musically honored. "OUR GUESTS" The chairman proposed the health of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. A, Johnston, who, after 20 years in Cabra., were leaving for Wollongong. Mr. H. Cox said it was a pleasure to support the toast. He had known Mr. Johnston for about 15years, and   had ne...

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MERRYLANDS HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 20 April 1929

MERRYLANDS HOSPITAL BALL. A ball will be held at Merrylands some time in June in aid of the Auburn Hospital. A strong com mittee is already at work with the arrangements. CRICKET. Merrylands "A" grade cricketers defeated Druids on Saturday, by 9 runs on the first innings, thus hold ing an unbeaten record (on their own ground) for this season. OBITUARY. Mrs. Florence Dunlop. The death occurred on Sunday at her residence, Locklesly Avenue, Merrylands, of Mrs. Florence Vic toria Dunlop, wife of Mr. C. S. Dunlop, school-teacher, Regentville, Penrith. Her age was 51 years. The funeral took place on Monday, the remains being interred in the Presby- terian portion of Rookwood cemetery. Mr. Dunlop has been recently elect- ed secretary of the Merrylands Pres- byterian Church. P. and C. ANNIVERSARY. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Merry lands P. and C. Association was held last week, when the following officers were elected for the ensuing twelve months: President, Mr. Moxham, senio...

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ANZAC DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

ANZAC DAY. Cabramatta will hold a memorial service at 3 p.m. on Sunday next (28th). Major-General C. F. Cox, popularly known as "Fighting Charlie," will deliver an address. Aid. McBurney (Mayor) will pre side. During the proceedings Rev. H. J. Lofts will offer a prayer in commemoration of the fallen. Re turned soldiers, members of the lodges in regalia, and members of other organisations are requested to assemble at the Town Hall at 2.30 and march to the park. A band will be in attendance.

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GIRL GUIDES' SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

GIRL GUIDES' SPORTS. Girl Guides from Lidcombe, Gran ville Blacktown and Fairfield met at Parraniatta last Saturday, in a series of sports competition arranged by Granville Guides. The events were very keenly contested, consisting of: Foot-running, skipping, three-legged race, apple race, overhead ball, tunnel-ball, sack race ^tnd obstacle race, Fairfield won seven out of eleven events. The gathering was most successful and enjoyable. Fair field were complimented upon by the line athletic display and were the most athletic company there. Cap tain O'Donnell had charge of the local girls. The following Fairfield girls gain ed prizes:- A 100yds, under 14, Pat Rogers; over 14, Nellie Spence 1, Iris Elliott 2 100yds. skipping, under 14, Pat Rogers; over 14, Iris Elliott. Relay race: Iris Elliott, Pat Rogers Joan Dolphan and N. Spence. Three-legged race: Iris Eliott and Amy Blackford. Tunnel-ball and overhead ball: The Fairfield teams comprised: Iris Elliott, Nellie Spence, D. Liddell, Jo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

.!?.?? . - - j 'Phone: Liv. IOC. 'Phone: Liv. 104. .» ' . C. Jl LUI1 . ? « j GENERAL MOTOR CARRIER. ? | ST. JOHN'S ROAD CANLEY VALE. ; To and from Sydney Daily. Prompt Attention to all Orders. * j PRICES REASONABLE. m : 'PHONE CALLS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD. NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE Q|l«« Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter's Ice Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes'; Billycans, and Bathing 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 Rents Collected Telephone: Liv. 284 ; - ? Telephone: Liv. 284 r AGENTS FOR ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO.. LTD ' VOUR ATTENTION PLEASE I HARRY GODFREY : 13VE STOREKEEPER FAIRFIERLD WEST dnpport your Local Store and increase the value of yo...

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Science of Advertising THE NEWSPAPER SUPREME [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

Science of Advertising THE NEWSPAPER SUPREME In the view of Mr. David Yaffa, proprietor of Newspaper News, Syd ney, the newspapers are easily the first as the best means for reaching prospective customers. Addressing members of the Auck land Advertising Club at their lunch meeting on March 12, Mr. Yaffa said a problem confronting business men to-day was how to get the great est value for the money spent in ad vertising, The time had passed, he said, when a man thought it was sufficient te produce a good article, leaving it to sell itself. Mr. F. W. Doidge, director of the London Daily Express, had stated, after coming from a big advertising conference in Detroit, that the old slogan, "Com petition is the life of the trade," had gone by the board, and it was now re cognised that "Advertising is the life of trade." Henry J^ord and the other leading motor corporations of America had discovered that mass production, stimulated by newspap er advertising, was the chief factor in successfu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

IN MEMORIAM. RATFORD.--In loving memory of Gladys Irene Ratford, who passed away April 24, 1922, Remembrance Is a golden chain. That binds us till we meet again. Inserted by her loving parents, brothers and sisters.

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MUNICIPALITY OF FAIRFIELD TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

MUNICIPALITY OP FAIRFIELD TENDERS. Tenders will be received up to SATURDAY, 4th May 1929, for PAINTING the exterior of the Coun cil Chambers. Specification at Council's office during office hours. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. TAR CASKS FOR SALE A number of Tar Casks are FOR SALE at the Council Chambers, FOR CASH. By order of Council, GEORGE DAVIS, Town Clerk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

MONSTER EUCHRE PARTY. Will be held in CRESCENT THEATRE, FAIRFIELD. Monday, April 29 Commencing at 8.80 p.m. sharp., Will Prises. GenU'Prixei. ?i.llet-Seagrass Ohair. 1st-Seagrass Chair. lV2nd.^--Seagrass Chair. 2nd.-Seagrass Chair. ;3rd.-Seagrass Chair. Srd.-Top Dog Pure Silk Shirt. 4th.-Pair Choice Towels. . <Jth.-Scarf. ,^th 1 doten Tins Fruit. 6th.-2 Choice Neckties. 6th-Pair Silk Stockings. 6th.-Pair Socks and Suspenders. Point Score Competition. {9* DON'T FORGET THIS DATE IS CHRISTENSEN, Proprietor. J. E. GRADY, Organiser. FOR THE WINTER EVENINGS You will want some Indoor Amusements for yourselves and your guests. Don'tlet your evenings fall flat-get a supply of Parlor Games, Cards) Table Tennis, etc. A good variety to select from at. KNIGHT'S NOVELTY STORES THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Stationery, Toys and Fancy Goods at Bedrock Prices. . See our Stock of GLASSWARE and CHINA at Prices to suit all purses. Agent for Foster's Premier Seeds Cut Flowers and Seedlings always o...

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PICTURE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

PICTURE NIGHT. A "special picture night" in the Crescent Theatre, in aid of. Fairfield Football Club, will be held on Friday May 3. The new health inspector reported to Fairfield Council that he had found some services requiring atten tion, and would submit further in formation after inquiry. Anzac Memorial services were being observed in several centres when this - issue of "The Biz" Was g,oing to press.

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CABRAMATTA ROAD. Work Too Slow. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

CABRAMATTA ROAD. Work Too Slow. Following a complaint re <jaora matta Road on Monday night, by J. Gilbert, the council decided to write to the Main Roads Board protesting against the delay in completion of stretches of closed road.

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EUCHRE AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

EUCHRE AND DANCE. St. John's Park G.U.O.O.P. held a euchre party and dance at the School of 4rts on Saturday last) a "bumper" crowd patronising both. Mr. P. Oil is* Golden Bell orchestra supplied jiiufic. Mr. Ted Dudley acted as a proficient M.C., and Mr. W. Vase at tended to the cuchre management. Piiw> winners were:-Ladies: Mrs. Wilson 1st, Mrs. J. Keys 2nd, Nurse Cliellen 3rd and Mrs. Mcintosh 4th. Gents-Mr. Middleton 1st, Aid. Reardon 2nd, Mr. G. Wright 3rd, and Mr. G. Bruce 4th. The lucky number chocolates were won by Miss JGL'lb. ?

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TRAIN DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

TRAIN DELAY. Aid. Hirst brought before Cabra Vale Council on Monday night, the inconvenience caused by delay with the 4.44 train from Cabramatta, which prevents workmen from reach ing Sydney in time for shift work. The delay occurs when the Cooma mail runs late, holding up the train referred to. Council decided to lay a complaint before the Commission ers.

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

QUESTIONS ANSWERED Recently Aldermen Brocklehurst and Burleigh gave notice, in writ ing, of a number of questions, and on" Tuesday night the Mayor gave the following information: To Aid. Burleigh: The Concrete slabs will be placed in position at Mr. J. Y. Bell's gate, if council re affirm? its decision to have them so placed. Under some circumstances it is lawful-not to carry out a resolu tion of council, if not rescinded, while in others it may not. To Aid. Brocklehurst: The same system, as when Mr. Treharne was on officer, is in vogue on the finan cial side of the electricity works, with some improvements in detail. It was not easier to detect defalca tion under the old system. The re cords do not show when the cost of Wotherill Parkand the "White Way" lighting schemes were made known to council. The cost of each system is being investigated. The resolution authorising the seal to be affixed to the notice served on Aus. Elec. con struction Ltd., in May, 1926, was passed before Dec...

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U.A.O.D. STAR OF FREEDOM, JUVENILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 April 1929

U.A.O.D. STAR OF FREEDOM, JUVENILES. At the Protestant Hall, Fairfield, on April 19, the above lodge held a very enjoyable evening, the main feature being a presentation of a collar and gold pin (an emblem of the lodge) to the first Past Arch Druid, Ronald Short. Ellen Porter was also given a gold brooch. The Chief Superintendent, Bro. J. Tay lor, came all the way from Neutral Bay to officiate. Past District Presi dent Bro. Roots, of Acorn Lodge, accompanied by Past Arch Druidess Sister Schwartz, of Native Rose, also attended.

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