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Fairfield West [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Fairfield West A very successful euchre tourna ment and dancc wsa conducted by the local Progress Association in King's Hall, on Saturday, 24th November, ment and dance was conducted by the "Craey Four" Jazz Band and Mr. V. Dennett was M.C. The euchre sec tion was in the hands of Messrs Brain and Leahy, and* refreshments were served by the ladies' committee. Ladies' prizes were won by Mrs. (cake) and the gent'B prizes by Mr. Jermens (ham) and Miss B*«in Noonan (hum) and Mr. Gillies (cake). Miss Cowan and Mr. Lutin annexed the novelty prizes. The funds of the association will benefit considerably from the takings and the committee intend holding a similar function. The want of a good fall of rain is t being severely felt in the "West," and fruit trees, gardens and vine yards are just holding out. Many crops will be lost unless rain falls shortly.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BROADCAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

CHRISTIAN SCIENCC BROADCAST. It is not often thai tin; Sydney broadcasting: stations radial..- Cnis tian Science service-perhaps one.- in eight or ten weeks-but \V1ktk>V.m one is placed on the air, then; are always substantial marks of apprec iation from a section of listeners. Whether adherents to this faith arc more addicted to letter writing than others docs not appear, but tlu> facts speak for themselves. Anion <* a number who wrote lasl week foll owing upon a Christian Science lec ture at Chatswood was a woman who said she was grateful that the address was broadcast as her friends in the country wished to hear it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

GRANT'S PUREFOOD SPECIALISTS We have been appointed Sole Agents for Geo:. Adams' Well Known Cakes Our Cooked Provisions are Unsurpassable CLEANUNESS, CIVIUTY, & SERVICE *7 THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD ... V Telepfcoae: 69 J L. H. HUBBLE Builder STATION STREET, FAIRFIELD ESTIMATES AND PLANS SUPPLIED * FINANCE ARRANGED Agent for Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Company Phone: Liv. 205 Phone: UW9541 Phone: UW9541 Rigby and McMartin DRAIN PIPES, GULLIES, BENDS, JUNCTIONS, ETC. Manufacturers of WOODSTOCK STREET, GUILDFORD (Off Woodville road) Orders Promptly Attended to CHANNEL PIPES A SPECIALITY H. R. Watman The Crescent Garage At the Railway Crossing, Fairfield CHEVROLET & PONTIAC CARS Full Stock of Ford and Chev. Parts Available All Repairs Promptly Executed Batteries Recharged at Lowest Rates TO WIRELESS OWNERS OF FAIRFIELD Special Radio Battery Charging Days on 15th and 30th of each month at Reduced Rates T.W. Phillips & Co. Land and Farm Agents MACQUAR1E STREET, ...

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"TOURING" BY RADIO. Tuning in the Foreigners. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

"TOURING" BY RADIO. Tuning in the Foreigners. A great many radio listeners arc always under the impression that stations hundreds or thousands of miles away are superior to those do so at hand which can be tuned in any time. This notion is now being roughly knocked by the New South Wales broadcasting company, which is taking listeners to various oversea countries (by radio of course) each Wednesday night. The plan is to pick up a foreign broadcaster and re broadcast him for Australian listen ers to hear. Already we have heard 2 X A F which is the short wave station of the great American radio caster W G Y, New York. The pro gramme provides for a ten minutes rebroadcast of J H B B (Japan) on December B, BFN (Russia) on De cember 12, PCLL (Holland) on December 19. On Boxing Night (December 26) each of these sta tions will be picked up and re-broad cast for a few minutes, so that listen ers will then hear them all in an hours or so. Radi-ists are noticing that the pro grammes thus care...

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SPECIAL EXECUTIVE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

SPECIAL EXECUTIVE MEETING A special executive meeting of the Southern District Cricket Association was held on Thursday, November 22, to deal with a protest lodged by Ingle burn A against Campbelltown A, on not prepared to commence match on the grounds that Campbelltown was November 3 at the appointed time. Campbellown, although notified, were not represented at the meeting. Aft er hearing evidence of Ingleburn's secretary and delegate, and also that of the umpire who officiated on that date, the executive found in favor of Inglburn and awarded them four points. The executive committee wishes to make it known that all rules set down in rule books must be strict ly adhered to. Attention is drawn to the usual fornightly euchre tournament to be held in the Cabramatta Town Hall, on Thursday, December 6. Ladies' and gent's first prizes will be sea grass chairs, and there will be other prizes, including a special. Mr. Colechim the popular boot store proprietor, has come to Fair field to r...

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Electricity in the Home. THE VACUUM CLEANER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Electricity in the Home. THE VACUUM CLEANER. Of all the comforts and labor-sav ing devices which electricity has given us, there is probably none which does more lor health and hy giene and in the saving of time, trouble, and labor, than the vacuum cleaner. Eliminating all the risks of disease common to the old-fashioned stirring up of dust by sweeping and enabling floors to be cleaned in a quick, effort less, but far healthier way, the vac uum cleaner does not stop there. .lust as efficiently as it cleans floors and rugs, it cleans all kinds of up holstery, curtains, furniture and even clothes. It is also popularly used for drying damp clothes, or damp hair. The vacuum cleaner should be a first consideration in equipping a home. MOVABLE LIGHTS ARE BEST One of the important advantages of electricity in the home is the in troduction «f movable lights, stand ard lamps and table lamps and lights which can be fitted over bed or desk or work-bench. With older styles of lighting, eye stra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Choral Society's Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Choral Society's Concert As briefly mentioned in our last issue the third concert by the Fair field and District Choral Society was t musical success, being greeted by a goc* audience in the Crescent Theatre. Those who were fortunate cntug'h to attend were greatly in debted to the society for the oppor tunity of hearing three first-class artists, and, at the same time, some enjoyable choral items. Of the visitors on the programme, Mr. Stanley Catlett (tenor), appear ed on the stage first, singing "I Hear you Calling me," and was recalled in no uncertain manner; his encore numbers wore "I Heard you Singing" and "A River Running by." In the second part he rendered in an artis tic manner. "Machushla," being doub ly encored, when he gave "Eleanore" and the Italian "Serenade." His pleasing tenor voice appeared to im prove at each appearance and the audience showed their pleasure by unstinted applause. Miss Rita Graham L.T.C.L. (O.L.M. College Parramatta) was the next of the assitsing tri...

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LIFE STORIES OF PARAMOUNT STARS. FLORANCE VIDOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

LIFE STORIES OF PARAMOUNT STARS. FLORANCE VIDOR. Florunce Vidor the popular Para mount star, was born in the town of Houston, Texas, and was educated in a high school and convent near the city. Unlike the majority of screen stars, Miss Vidor has had no stage ex perience, but entered the world of motion pictures shortly after leaving school. Miss Vidor appeared in a large number of pictures as a featured player but found it a hard struggle to get even that far. It was not until after joining Paramount that she se cured recognition as an actress of unusual ability and was soon raised to stardom, and has since appeared in ti large number of Paramount pic tures. Her latest to be seen in Aus tralia was "The Magnificent Flirt," and her next starring picture to be produced is titled "Divorce Bound." In addition to the latter picture, Miss Vidor will be seen in important roles in Emil Jannings' "The Patriot" and with Wallace Beery in "The Tong War." While on a recent trip to Europe Miss Vid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

VF~ (ile Slock and Deliver on the Job, Every Kind of timber grown, and Specialise in White Ant and Borer Proof and All Australian Timbers p^We have our own Sawmills in the Bush We can give you the Very Best Quality Price & Attention Come and have a Look for yourself and get a Quote * . V I The Cypress Pine Co.. - Cimber merchants - PilBl., Itierryiandi Phone UW 9098 H. L. Milne, Pr°t> 1st Quality Cement Tubs Two Compartment, Single Outlet 23s 6d And AO Kinds Builders' Hardware & Tools at Lowest Prices ALSO Bricks, Sand, Ashes, Lime, Cement, Water Pipe and Fittings, Fenc ing Wires, Wire Netting, Fibro Cement Sheets, Wire Gates and Fences, Fertilisers,- Paints, Oil and Colors, White Lead and .Varnish STOVES, BATHS, SINKS, etc. Wc Oeliver Gel Our Prices Discounts to the Trade AGENTS FOR CO.,.CENTRAL SUBURBS STARR BOWKETT SOCIETY GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK, ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE GEORGE STIMSON & SON CANLEY VALE PHONE: LIV. 68 WE DELIVER GET OUR PRICES MOTORISTS, T...

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B. GRADE. INGLEBURN B v FAIRFIELD JNRS Played at Iingleburn. INGLEBURN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

B. GRADE. INGJLEBURN B ? FAIRFIELD JNRS Played at Iingleburn. INGLEBURN-1st Innings. R. M cNamara, cand b Barnes .. 12 J. Tattersall b Barrett .,, .. 14 P. Bridgement, b Learmonth .. 2 J. Bland, b Barrett 18 J. Palmer, b Barnes 21 J. BuIIuss, b Fames 3 W. Lyons, l.b.w Barrett 2 J. Stanford, c Learmonth, b Barnes 1 A. Sindal, not out 0 W. Allen, b Barnes 0 T. Connell b Barnes 1 Sundries 7 Total 81 Bowling: R. Learmonth, 1-16; W. Barrett, 3-45; A. Barnes, 6-21. FAIRFIELD JNRS.-1st Innings. R. Learmonth b W. Lyons .. .. 16 E. Corby, c Bridgement, b W. Lyons 4 W. Afismussen, J.b.w. W. Lyons .. 74 W. Barrett, c and b Bridgeme>itv23 W. Robson, c 3. .Bland, b W. Allen 8 R.- Sharpe, c J. Stanford, b W. Allen 3 A. Bowtell, c and b J. Palmer .. 41 F. V. Mills, ID W. Allen 8 O. Douglas, c Tattersall, b Palmer 67 A. Barnes, b W. Allen 2 J. Stewart, not out 1 Sundries . 4 Total.. .... 241 Bowling: W. Lyons, 2-42; A. Sin del, 0-31; J. BUIIUBS, 0-47; P. Bridge ment, 1-40; W. Allen 5-42; J. Tat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

CRICKETERS.-White Canvas Boots, Leather soles, all sizes, 16/11 and 19/11. COLECHIN'S, THE CRES CENT. FAIRFIELD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

COLECHIN'S SHOE STORE sells In faots' Pbbtwcar in gteat variety. The Crekent; Fairfield. ChC Churches CHURCH OF ENGLAND DIVINE SERVICES CABRAMATTA Advent Sunday, December 2, 1928. Divine Services. Canlcy Vales 8.30 a.m. Holy Com munion (Vicar); 11 a.m. Mr. Rogers, 7.15 p.m. Cabramattai li a.m. Holy Com munion (Vicar); 7.15 p.m. Mr. Rogers. Cecil Park: 3 p.m. (Vicar). St. John's Park: 7.15 p.m. (Vicar). As this is the first Sunday of our Church's year all communicants arc asked to be present at the Lord's Table. The Vicar will take for his text "His appointed unto men once to die and then the judgement." METHODIST CHURCH Fairfield: 11 a.m. Rev. G. \V\ John ston; 7.15 p.m. Mr. J. Green (Strath field). Liverpool: 11 a.m. Mr. Hay ward; 7.15 p.m. Rev. G. W. Johnston. Ingleburn: 11.15 a.m. Mr. Brock lehurst. Smithfield: 3 p.m. Rev. G. W. John ston (Sacrament); 7.15 p.m. Mr. Hay ward. Cabramatta: 11 a.m., Mr. J. Gre?n 7. J 5 p.m. Mr. Brocklehurst. CABRAMATTA BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday: 10 a.m.,...

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B. GRADE—2nd Division. CAMPBELLTOWN v LIVERPOOL. Played at Campbelltown. CAMPBELLTOWN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

B. GRADE-2nd Division. CAMPBELLTOWN v LIVERPOOL. Played at Canipbelltown. CAMPBELLTOWN-1st Innings. E. Sedgewick, b Smith 43 S. Valli, c and b Hill ........ 2 J. Longhurst, b Saunders . . . . 14 W. Murrell, b Hill 12 J. Nash, b Smith 40 N. Tuck, b Smith 5 . J. Howell, b Smith 6 E. King, c and b Laing 2 E. Nicol b Smith ........ 4 R. Nicholas, c and b Smith .... 0 N. Rudd, not out 2 Sundries- 10 Total 140 Bowling: A. Hill, 2-27; R. Wyche, 0-8; D. Saunders, 1-27; D. Grimson, 0-10; D. Smith, 6-34; R. Laing, 1-3. LIVERPOOL-1st Innings. D. Smitht c and b Howell .... 4 D. Grimson, b Howell 2 T. McEmciy, c and b Longhurst 6 R. Wyche, b Longhurst 4 R. Smith, c and b Longhurst . . 10 A. Hill, c and b Longhurst . . . . 12 A. Solefax, not out 1 D. Saunders, absent 0 E. Diddle, b Howell 0 Cox b Howell 6 R. Laing, c and b Nash 7 Sundries 2 Total 53 Bowling: D. Nash, 1-7. J. Howell 4-16; J. Longhurst, 4-16; R. Nicholas 0-12. LIVERPOOL-2nd Innings. D. Smith, b Nash 0 D. Grimson, c and b Howell .. ...

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THE GARDEN USE MULCH. (By an Expert, for "The Biz" Newspaper). [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

THE GARDEN USE MULCH. (By an Expert, for "The Biz" News paper). It will be n good plan to lay a mulch over the surface of the beds in the garden just now, if it has not been done already, because it will save a lot of trouble in watering. The effect of a mulch is to minimise wastage of moisture through evapor ation. It doesn't matter how thor oughly you water, if hot windy weath er ensues the evaporation is tremend ous, and the plants (especially asters) must suffer. You can use anything you like as a mulch, stablemanure, loaves, lawn clippings, or any other litter that serves to keep the sun from shining directly on the soil. But try to lay the mulching in a tidy manner, as nothing looks worse than a garden which has been carelessly attended to in this respect. Remember also that beds should be well moistened right to the subsoil before the mulch is laid down or you will find it difficult to get water to penetrate afterwards. " If you are using new stable manure, it will be as well...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

QUICK GROWING GARDEN FLOWERS. If you require something that cart he planted without trouble or ex pense or waste of time and which will give you quickly a wealth of blooms in your garden, and which will each year multiply themselves, then right away choose a sunny spot and follow our directions and you will, in a few weeks, have some giant blooms. We suggest you buy from this 100 year old Firm, post free, a dozen big bulbs of our Gladioli for 5/. Put these in the ground 4 inches deep and a foot apart and you'll be proud of the result. Always be sure that you arc deal ing from the old original Shepherds. Please mention this paper. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON LTD., 734 George St., SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

?-hMWiwmm i Worth of Groceries IstPRIEE US OUR LUCKY TICKET COMPETITION 10/6 WORTH GROCERIES 2nd PRIZE. SPEND 2/6 IN ANY DEPARTMENT Get a Ticket Our Xmas Gift. Oabramatta J. G. McBUItNEY & CO. (Late Collins & Co.) V S r\ : ;. : SMART STREET. FAIRFIELD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE V.\,V.v- .-MERCHANT llegtdar Supplies of Best Country Pollard and Bran PrimestRiverina Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Poultry Food and Spices of all Kinds PATONBURNS FERTILISERS. . Yates Farm and Garden Seeds. Bulk Supplies Greenfeast Peas, -ahd Canadian Wonder Beans. PHONE No.: LIV. 238. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. District Agent for. Texaco Motor Spirits, Oils and Kerosene B. JOYCE SiatibAcir and Newsagent CABRAMATTA INSPECT OUR FINE SELECTION OF OVERSEA NOVELTIES AND . ' XMAS CARDS. ' CHOICE DESIGNS AND CHEAPER THAN EVER, .v'1 " - WE f WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW THEM. " " POST NOW -FOR HOME "MAIL. A LARGE STOCK OF XMAS PRESENTS FOR YOUNG & OLD - . v -"'ALL THE LATEST A...

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EXCHANGE OF RADIO SYDNEY AND U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

EXCHANGE OF RADIO SYDNEY AND U.S.A. By way of introducing further novelty into the broadcasting pro grammes, the New South Wales Broadcasting Company is in com munication with station WGY, New York with a view to establishing an interchange with items in an hour's programme. The first, third, fifth, seventh, ninth and eleventh items in the hour, it is proposed will be broad cast from Sydney, and the second, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and twelfth items from New York. Each station will use two different wave lengths, one for listeners in its own country and the other for recep tion on the other items as well as its own. Listeners in Australia and in America will thus hear the whole programme though half will originutc in cach country. The British Broadcasting Cornor fltiot; i"hich cortroia hvoaricastiig in On at Britain hat- ns'-cd ,v!a tn «'. ^ ccnsideii'i! wor'h v.hiie to nuke a similar exi liani^ ji;., Ri-i.mmes between Austra <u ami Eng l&n«. One difficulty al...

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BROADCASTING. RADIO AND ELECTIONS. CAUSES and EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Waie-slreet, Fairfield). RADIO AND ELECTIONS. CAUSES and EFFECTS. Every one you meet will tell you that the Federal Election campaign just concluded was the quietest with in their memories. Why? The answer is-radio. When it was announced, early in the campaign, that the leader of each party would be broadcast twice in each State, hundreds of electors naturally decided to stay at home and in comfort listen to what each claim ant for office had to offer. They therefore found it unnecessary to attend meetings of the individual candidates. Having learned what the chiefs had to say, the less important speakers did not matter. Of course, there were plenty of meetings, many of them quite well attended; but., al lowing for the absence of the Inrge number of listeners, you have just the difference which makes :t meet ing quiet or makes it "lively." The influence of radio on the cam paign was undoubtedly for good. Speakers who on the platfo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Fairfield BABY GRAND THE "BABY GRAND" incorporates the same principle as the "P.O.J.J." and "Junior" Loud-Speaker. "Very neat and attrac tive" describes the "BABY GRAND"; but wait till you connect it up to your receiver. You will be intensely surprised at the amount of volume which can be got out of this little speaker with out introducing the slightest distortion into the signal. THEY LOOK WELL AND SPEAK WELL! PRICE £3/16/-. OTHER MODELS £5/5/- and £6/10/-. M. WILSON'S WARE STREET FAIRFIELD Philips Trickle Charger Is attractive in appearance, rugged in construction, and of small dimensions. It works automatically. Each time you switch your set off the charging of the "A" Battery commences, at just a correct rate to replace during idle hours the current you have taken out while your set has been in use. Absolutely no attention is necessary; and there are no acids, no moving parts, and abso lutely no noise nor danger. Thus your "A" Battery is always kept at "peak"-not overcharged, no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Firewood DRY BLOCK FIREWOOD I am prepared to supply Dry Block Firewood at 25 - per ton F. H. SHIPWAY CabVamatta road Cabramatta 4 (advt.) CABRAMATTA & CANLEY VALE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. H. is with regret that J am unable to call personally upon everyone in the ward, to solicit the support for the thyee candidates, Messrs. Bur rows, Forth and Hirst, as the time at my disppsal is so short. I am there fore taking the opportunity, through the columns of ''The Biz" Newspaper to ask ydu to support these three gentlemen \by recording your votes in their favor. I car? give you the assurance /that they will study the needs of otirWard as a whole and not any particular section. These gentleme^r if elected, have several important 'matter^ to bring forward, that wilt ; be for \the benefit of the whole erf the electors. To the later comers' to our district Who do not know /these gentlemen personally, I can gjve my assurance that they are all very energeti...

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