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MUNICIPALITY OF HOLROYD. TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS, 1928 [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

MUNICIPALITY OF HOLROYD. TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS, 1928 In accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act, 1919, I hereby give notice that a Pol! for the election of nine Aldermen for the Municipality of Holroyd, for the ensuing triennial period, to fill vac ancies caused by retirement from office of the present Aldermen, in terms of the said Act, will be taken on SATURDAY, the 1st of DECEM BER, 1928, commencing at 8 a.m. and closing at 7 p.m. I also hereby notify that I have this day nominated the following persons as Candidates for election: JOHN CURRAY ALLEN JOHN SPENCER BOWMAN BACON FREDERICK GEORGE BATEMAN HENRY JOHN BRETT WILLIAM CAMPBELL ANDREW COLQUHOUN SAMUEL DAVISON WILLIAM GEORGE DEVESON FRANCIS REGINALD DUKE ROBERT GEORGE FENWICK THOMAS ROBERT ALEXANDER JOHNSTON FREDERICK GEORGE TUCKER JONES WILLIAM PERCIVAL MANDENO HERBERT WALTER MASON GEORGE ERNEST MAUNDER JAMES THOMAS MORRIS GEORGES JOSHUA MOXON HERBERT MIDDLETON MOXON MICHAEL EDWARD O'BRIEN HAROLD WILLIAM PAUL...

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

Casey'is Hotel, Macquarie-street, Liverpool Liverpool's Leading Hotel. Pint 01AM Accommodation. Phone: Liverpool 8. Motorists and Travellers going eooth, make Casey'« Hotel the flrit stop It's right on the southern road. Ton will be well attended to. All Liquors Trne to Label. Prompt Attention A. S. FINNEY Liverpool & Canley Vale 'PHONE: L1V. 267. LOCAL AGENT NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COY., LTD. Fire, Accident, Workmen's Com pensation, and Marine. A. E. Bennett Fruiterer Greengrocer Summer Drinks Confectionery Adam's Cakes Peter's Ice Cream TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES GUILDFORD RD. GUILDFORD Next to Haddon, Butcher PRIMUS REPAIRS Primus Stoves, Phonographs Clocks Anything Everything No Matter What the Job Is Burns can do it; and don't you forget it. Satisfaction Guaranteed R. A. BURNS General Engineer Nelson street, Fairfield Letters Promptly Attended To Repairs Called For and Delivered FIREWOOD DRY BLOCKWOOD-Per cwt. 2/-; per 4-Ion, 7/9; per £-ton, 14/6; per ton, 28/' COAL-2/6 per c...

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POPULAR RENDEZVOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

POPULAR RENDEZVOUS Fairfield is becoming increasingly popular as a picnic resort for week end parties. The park is .always well banks right round to Carramar are atronised by visitors and, the river nod with numerous groups enjoying dressing sheds are very much needed, a dip, boating or fishing. Up-to-date also facilities for swimming, such as platforms, steps, diving boards, etc.

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Municipal Election PROGRESS CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Municipal Eleclloe PROGRESS CANDIDATES The seven Progress candidates re resenting the various Progress As sociation in the forthcoming elec tion, addressed the electors in the School of Arts, Fairfield, on Wednes day, 14th inst. Mr. D. Campbell ably carricd out the duties of chairman, and introduc ed the candidates to the electors present. Alderman Clancy said he took a stand against the electric light exten sion to Bossley Park, but he congrat ulated Bossley folk for having attain ed their achievement. A letter had been sent from .Wetherill Park Pro gress Association, asking that a dele gation be sent from Council, and this letter was not read in Council, but six aldermen went out and interview ed them He was told he was stop ping progress, but it was done for the electors' benefit. Shortly after he got into council he thought that Fairfield was not ad vertised enough, and he moved a mo tion that a sign be placed at the junc tion of Woodville and Fairfield roads, referring to the g...

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

\ \j- All Classes of Poultry Bought for Cash. Lorry Calls Everywhere ; Ring, Write, or Call. Phone, UW 9473 L. Alcorn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD f have an Up-to-date Clean Stock of Groceries and Stock only the Best Brands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ON DAILY And Orders are Delivered Same Day as Received FULL STOCKS OF PRODUCE, WOOD, COAL, AND COKE A. J. Selke SMART STREET FAIRFIELD THE LIVE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT HOUSE AND LAND AGENT Auction Sales Every Saturday Morning. S&lps-Conducted in Any Part of the District. Insurance Effected. RETURNS PROMPTLY EXECUTED Horace Smith, .Wishes to Notify the . Residents of Canley-Vale that he HAS OPENDED a First-Class LADIES' & GENT'S HAIRDRESSING SALOON Situated in Asiinus' Store CANLEY VALE ROAD CANLEY VALE (Near the Station) PRIVATE ROOM FOR LADIES. Fairfield PRIVATE-MATERNITY HOSPITAL Phone 301 j Liverpool Phone 301 J Liverpool Nurse Podmore, A. T. N. A. ' (Registered) v (Certific...

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

Of the Latest Novelties in Dress Goods ' PRINTED VOILES, in New and Dainty Designs and Colorings, 38in. wide 1/9, 1/111, 2/6, 2/11 PURE SILK CREPE DJE CHINE, Extra Ilcuvy Make, in all the New Tonings, 36in. wide 7/11 yard ALL BRITISH BRETWAY CLOTH, in all new shades; guaranteed fast colors, 36in. wide .... 1/9 yard LINEAR| in every conceivable color, 36in. wide, lOJd. and 1/1£ yd. ART SILK RAYON SUEDETTE-a new and fashionable material for Summer, in all plain colors, 3Gin. wide 4/11 yard PRINTED CAMBRICS, a big assortment o£ Dainty Patterns, 32in. wide 1/3 and 1/9 yard ALL BRITISH FUJI, SILK FINISH, in all the required colors, f 1/3 yard MAKE USE OF OUR LAY-BY WE TAKE AUSTRALIAN 0A8H ORDERS Woods, Th' D?.upr>ra NO RESERVE NO RESERVE AUCTION SALE A. J. SELKE Has been Instructed by Mrs. Z DODD to sell by Public Auction, at her residence, corner of HARRIS and WILLIAM STREET, FAIR FIELD, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, At 2.30 p.m. Sharp. The Undermentioned, COMPRISING:-Wardrobe, Combinatio...

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

SMITHFIELD, L.O.L. 212. A GRAND Euchre Party and Dance Wlil be held at the SCHOOL OF ARTS, FAIRFIELD Thursday, December 13, 8-12 Good Music. Efficient M.C. Light Refreshments. Valuable Prize for Lady and G^n'.. TICKETS: Gent's 1/0, Ladies' 1/. G. Penrose, W.M. S. Woods, Sec. FAIRFIELD LITERARY INSTITUTE GRAND-CONCERT in the SCHOOL OF ARTS FAIRFIELD. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. at 8 p.m. COMPLETE PROGRAMME BY THE WARATAH CONCERT PARTY. TICKETS 1/. Reserved 6d extra. Plan at Don Campbell's. H. L. Gibb Pres. A. Hodgins Sec. Euchre CABRAMATTA TOWN HALL, THURSDAY,-DECMEBER 6, 1928. First ,Prize: Ladies'and Gents, sea Grass Chair and others; also special. 'Admission 1/3. MUNICIPALITY OF FAIRFIELD NOTICE TO ELECTORS. Notice is hereby given that the VILLAWOOD POLLING BOOTH will be at the VILLAWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL, and not as incorrectly stat ed in the advertisement, which ap peared in last week's papers. GEORGE DAVIS, Town Clerk and Returning Officer Council Chambers, FAIRFIELD. 26th November 1928. W...

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

FAIRFIELD MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. DECEMBER 1st The Man We Want is TOOKER Polling booths open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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The Mayoral Minute. (To the Editor of "The Biz"). [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

The Mayoral Minute. (To the Editor of "The Biz"). Sir, In your Sssuo of the 24th inst you published a Mayoral minute dealing with the activities of the Fairfield Council for the past three years, and, as an alderman I deem it my duty to criticise a portion of that minute. I do not wish to encroach upon your valuable space to deal with the whole minute, but will confine my remarks to that portion dealing with the office and will allow the ratepayers to draw their own conclusion regarding the other portions. On February <5, 1926, council en gaged the services of a special audit or to make investigations of the office and outside matters of the pre vious council. These investigations cost the ratepayers £141/10/5, and the only real information they dis closed was the following (1 quote here the auditor's exact words): "Having carefully reviewed the detailed activities and organisations of the council's executive staff, I am pleased to be able to report gener ally that the wo...

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Bossley Park. (From our Correspondent). THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Bossley Park. (From our Correspondent). THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. As a result of the approach of the municipal elections, Bossley Park has been favoured during the last week with a visit from eight of the candi dates. On Saturday night, November 24, Alderman J. Y. Bell paid a visit, and was rewarded with a fair attendance of electors. He dealt with the doings of the old council, pointing out the good work done by them. Aid Bell touched on the questions of the electric light, the £30,000 loan, and the good roads of the district. His reference to "good roads," however, was received with smiles by a num ber of the audience. Questions~Hsk ed were chiefly in connection with the road contracts and electric light. On Tuesday, November 27, the seven Progress candidates (Messrs. Clancy, Stimson, Bureligh, Hankin, King, Gillies and Tooker) pad a fur ther visit. The speeches mainly con cerned roads and electric light, and the old council's unbusinesslike atti tude towards outlying districts. Se...

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Farewell and Presentation REV. H. GILLET WILTSON, MRS. WILSTON AND FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Farewell and Presentation REV. H. GILLET WILTSON, MRS. WILSTON AND FAMILY. One of the most enjoyable evenings everp spent at Sniithfield took j>lace on Tuesday last, when a large circle of friends and wellwi6hers oi all de nominations filled the Parish Hall to overflowing. The occasion was to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Wilston and family. Mr. Wiltson having been appointed Rector- ip-charge at St. Philips' Church of England, Church Hill, Sydney. Mr. R. Robinson acted as chairman and kept the audience in a jolly mood with his many humorous re marks. Instrumental and vocal items were rendered during the evening. At about 9.30 came the most pleasing item on the programme. The chairman asked that grand old gentleman, Mr. Worters Carter (who has been a church warden at St. James' Church, Sniithfield, for the past 45 years) to make the presen tation. Mr. Carter in a few well-chosen words presented to Mr. Wiltson, on behalf of the residents of all parts notes (£40). of the parish, with...

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BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

BUSH FiRES. A lire occurred in the ecrub across the bridge in Kenyon-st on Thursdav but the wind carried it away from ad jacent houses.

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CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

CONGRATULATIONS. Yes, there is no doubt I'm fortun ate! He is a splendid friend to have. Out at St. John's Park we had a glor ious time, and we are going again to-night (Sat.). Four seagrass chairs as prizes for euchre. Why we will soon have enough furniture to get married! The dance, too, on the best floor of the district, to the splen did orchestra. I like an old-time dance, too, myself and they are go ing to introduce some of them into their programme. The G.U.O.O.F. socials are the best ever. Then to night they will be able to tell us, at the dance, what aldermen are elect ed.

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Election Returns PARRAMATTA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

Election Returns PARRAMATTA ELECTORATE. The Divisional Returning officer for Parramatta made the official de claration of the poll at the Town Hall, Parramata, on Tuesday, as fol lows: Bowden 30,867 Rowe 20,492 Majoriy for Bowden,. 10,376 Bowden Rowe Inf. 1883 2268 1236 814 434 107 764 112 416 81 168 43 Carlingford Beecroft . . Epping .. . Castle Hill .. . Dural Hornsby .. . Liverpool Cabramatta . Liverpool PnyfitMoffo N. Parramatta 2067 2638 209 2772 1697 216 916 916 114 1026 1169 117 Parramatta Riverstone .. Ryde Easwood X778 2273 223 541 560 67 2663 1024 171 Ryde 1954 1466 237 Seven Hills Blaekown 1120 759 103 948 70 Wentworthville 1137 Smithfield-Fairfield 1928 1844 222 Sutherland Cronulla.. . Sutherland . Westmead .. . Absent votes . Postal votes Sectional votes 1242 1262 609 473 126 976 123 464 31 3251 1614 403 845 56 89 18 41 Electors enrolled, 57,765. Majority for Mr. Borwen, 10,375. Percentage of votes recorded 93.75 In returning thanks to the electors, Mr. Bowden said he t...

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LEADING THE FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

LEADING THE FASHIONS What, another new dress? Well, anyhow, you do look charming. Yes, I'm so happy now with my new friend. He calls and takes me to such nice affairs. Wc were out at St. John's Park and had a glorious time, and we arc going again to-night (Satur fiay), the G.U.O.O4F. cuchre and dance is on at the Schtftil of Arts. Four seagrass chairs as prizes, and full orchestra for dances.' The oJd tfino dances will be introduced end everyone will be pleased. Then, ?while- itipper is being served, tli-;v will announce the result of the elec tion. I don't want to be late; the bus leaves Calira-nafta at 7.45 p m

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

The garments, etc,, mentioned In these notes each week may be had from MISS A. ADAM, Draper Fairfield. PATENT STRAP. SEWN SOLE, STILT HEEL, 15/11, COLECHIN'S, THE CRESCENT. FAIRFIELD. NOW OPEN Under Entirely New Management G. A. WAKELING FAIRFIELD BILLIARD SALOON Smart street, Fairfield Hairdressing Saloon Under supervision of an expert Special Attention to Ladies and Children J. R MOORE BOOT & SHOE Repairing Depot The Crescent : J.SLADE FARRIER, WHEELWRIGHT AND GENERAL SMITH Cabramatta road, Opp Post Office Cabramatta Satisfaction Guaranteed MATERNITY NURSE Nurse Birch, A.T.N.A., also A.P.T.S.M., London (Registered). Out door cases attended in Cabramatta and District. Address: "HAMPSTEAD," Cabramatta Road, Cabramatta. T. H. DEAN Tobacconist and Fancy Goods Rexondlas and Records All the Latest in Stock SHEET MUSIC Any Piece can be procured if out of Stock Guildford road, Guildford (2 doors from the Chemist) . R. E. PETERS Licensed Plumber, Gasfitter, Drainer and Sanitary Eng...

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FASHION TO-DAY Meeting the Needs of Summer. CLOAK AND FROCK COAT OF PRINT [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

FASHION TO-DAY Meeting the Needs of Summer. (By Barbara Winslow.) CLOAK AND FROCK Is now a favourable ensemble. This model, hatted in military style, is embroidered in colours on the bodice. The skirt and cape are cut in circles, with the cape cleverly manipulated at the sides to form half sleeves. COAT OF PRINT Is a new notion, opposing the move generally seen one of plain coat and printed frock. Crepe and silk cre tonne make this gay holiday en semble, the crepe white and.the ere tonne in the softer pastels and black. Summer outfitting resolves itself into a two-sided problem. Ciothes must be smart, and they must be comfortable. Days of torrid heat are offset by days of deceptive coolness. Prov ision must be made for both. Fashion has several factors that will help to settle the "comfort" side of the problem without undue ex tension oi' the wardrobe. First, there is the real summer frock, made without sleeves, of washing silk, rayon or linen. When the sun shines, this frock, accom...

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MUNICIPALITY OF CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. GENERAL ELECTION OF ALDERMEN 1928-29-30. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 1 December 1928

MUNICIPALITY OF CABRA MATTA AND CANLEV VALE. GENERAL ELECTION OF ALDER MEN 1 926-29-30. IN PURSUANCE of the provisions of the Local Government Act, 1919, and Amendments thereto and Ordinances made thereunder, notice is hereby given that the undermentioned gentlemen have been proposed and duly nominated as Candidates for Election as Aldermen for the several Wards of the above Municipality as set out hereunder, viz: CANLEY VALE WARD. ALFRED BATE, Estate agent, Canley Vale Rd., Canley Vale. Alfred Frederick CAMICIN, Beck enham-sl., Canley Vale; plumber James Arthur EDWARDS, River view Rd.,{ Canley Vale; milk carter. Francis HILL, Chancery-st., Can ley Vale; storeman. Thomas JOHNS', Prospect Creek Road, Georges Hall, Canley Vale; farmer. George Searle Wright MITCHELL West-street, Canley Vale; store keeper. John Percy PALMER, Lansdowne Rd., Canley Vale. boxmaker. James Christopher STRUCK, Queen street., Canley Vale; Railway employee. Reginald George WATTS, Cam bridge Rd., Canley Vale; co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 8 December 1928

H. L. GIBB Licensed Plumber Nelson «L, Fairfield Repairs to Household Property Promptly Executed Estimates Given R. Donaldson Vale street, Cabramatta Wood, Coal, and Coke Merchant General Carrier Orders Promptly Delivered TERMS CASH Hotel Cab?a$. RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPl Telephone: Liverpool 14 Specially Selected 3/-a Bottle Free Delivery of Ail Dutritt Orders Tooth's XXX AI1 Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandies, Win* Ales, and Stouts,at ] STRICTLY CITY PRICES, Fairfield Supply Stores (NEXT BUTTERFLY THEATKE). BOYS' FLEECY. VESTS 1/11 each CHILDREN'S PLAY APRONS from 1/6 each CHILDREN'S DRESSES from 1/7 eaph CHILDREN'S LINENE SETS from 2/11 eafeh CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS 2/6 pair CHILDREN'S SINGLETS from 1/3 each CHILDREN'S RIBBED SILK MERCERISED SOCKS, 1/8 and 1/11 pair LADIES' OVERALLS from 3/3 LADIES APRONS, Italian Cloth, Trimmed Cretonne 1/9 SILK STOCKINGS (well over the knee) from 1/9 pair JAZZ GARTER LENGTHS, 9d. & 1/-; HAIR NETS .. 3d. each MAGNOL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 8 December 1928

No Need to Worry about your BOOTS and SHOES MfOIINS MIL STORES The Crescent, FAIRFIELD, Are now located in larger premises (Just vacated by Don Campbell) SEPARATE SECTIQNS for MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. SLIPPERjpf SAND SHOES. An^FOOTWEAR to Fit MOTt^C FATHER and the FAMILY. Lay-bys:. Endowment Cheques taken. r . Also at South Terrace, Bankstown. "The Biz" Newspaper Print, Fairfield.

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