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GUILDFORD SOLDIERS MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

GUILDFORD SOLDIERS MEMORIAL. The committee of the Guildford Soldiers' Memorial held a meeting in the Guildford School of Arts on Wednesday, 5th inst., and there was an excellent and most enthusiastic attendance. The president, Mr. A. J. Webb, in formed the meeting that the com mittee had already done excellent work, the site had been selected and paid for, and in addition they had close on £600 in the bank. The object of the meeting was to organise another carnival with the idea of securing sufficient additional money to warrant the erection of the Guildford Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts. The large attendance unanimously decided to give the committee their whole hearted support and the pre liminary arrangements were com pleted. The hon. organiser, Mr. W. Milligan, is satisfied that Guildford residents will respond in their usual manner and would like all residents who feel disposed to give some activc assistance in conducting the carnival to attend a meeting to be held in the Gu...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTURY CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

CENTURY CORNER M. McNamara 123 It. Randell 113 R. Baxter, not out 101 J. Cook 137 W. Rainbow 104 E. Preston, not out 103 F. Gibb, not out 125 G. Gibb 126 L. Rainbow 140 J. Bruce .. 105

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Fashion Forecasts PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED FOR PARAMOUNT STARS. A Flowered Chiffon Gown. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

Fashion Forecasts PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED FOR PARAMOUNT STARS. A Flowered Chiffon Gown. For the informal bridge party in the summer there is nothing smarter than the flowered chiffon gown, and Esther Ralston, a Paramount star, enhances her fair beauty by wearing a lovely creation in dark blue scat tered with beige, green and orange flowers. A FLOWERED CHIFFON GOWN featured by £$thcr Ralston. QaJtznwunt Star The flared skirt is finished with a swathed belt that flutters with bows and streamers, and the long glove sleeves are a feature of the frock. A Feathered Negligee. The most popular trimming for rest gowns nowadays is feathers and Nancy Caroll has selected clusters of white ostrich feathers to border the white chiffon neglige wheh she wears in Paramount's "The Shop-Worn Angel." The silver striped gown shows a small fish train and wide kimona sleeves, and a beautiful bril liant buckle forms the fastening. Miss Carroll has choscn silver mules which carry out the same finish of fea...

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A. GRADE. ST. JOHN'S PARK v INGLEBURN. Played at St. John's Park. INGLEBURN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

A. GRADJ3. ST. JOHN'S PARK v INGLEBURN. Played at St. John's Park. INGLEBURN-1st Innings. E. White, b Griffin 31 J. '.Clarke, c Cohen, b Ireland .. 0 A. Margay, c Cohen, b Ireland .. 0 L. Jackson, c Hunt, b Morrison.. 10 J. Bruce, l.b.w. b Cotterell .. 105 A. Sherack, c Cotterell, b Morri son 14 A. Graham, c Cottrell, b Buck land 16 W. Clarke, c Cotterell, b Buck land 2 A. Rothwell, not out 15 K. Morgan, ran out 2 E. Clarke, c Morrison, b Griffin.. 13 Sundries 15 Total 222 Bowling: R. Ireland, 2-47; R. Mor rison, 2-68. B. Cotterell, 1-48; C. Griffin, 2-29; S. Buckland, 2-16. ST. JOHN'S PARK. 1st Innings 131 2nd Innings. S. Buckland, c Graham, b White 8 C. Ireland, l.b.w., b Clarke. .. 6 B. Cotterell, run out 0 R. Morrison, stpd., b W. Clarke 30 R-. Ireland, b A. Rothwell .. .. 14 C. Griffin, b A. Graham 4 R. Scott, b A. Graham 0 A. Cohen, c Jackson, b Graham 8 T. Hunt, c Bruce, b E. Clarke .. 59 H. Lunn, not out 22 G. Cotterell, c Clarke, b E. Clarke 0 Sundries 4 Total .. 155 LIVERP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

The Crescent, FAIRFIELD, * - Are now located in larger premises (Just vacated by Don Campbell) SEPARATE SECTIONS for MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. SLIPPERS, SAND SHOES. And FOOTWEAR to Fit MOTHER, FATHER and the FAMILY. Lay-bys:. Endowment Cheques taken. Also at South Terrace, Bankstown. 'Phone: Liverpool 132 F. T. WHITLOW SURGEON DENTIST Opp. Council Chambers WARE ST., FAIRFIELD HOURS Daily 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Satunfoy, 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Tuesday and Friday Evening* 7 to 9 H. O'R* Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone: Liv. 259 STAND SOLID FOR YOUR , OWN TOWN ! BUILD UP ITS PROPERITY ?AND "tfOUR OWN ! BUY EVERYTHING UOCAXE.Y Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Crossland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Between Canley Vale and Fairfield) Visits all parts of Cabramatta, Can ley V«ie, or Fairfield districts on phone message or letter. Pony Jand Sulky always available f|r all parts of the District COLLECTION OF RENTS A ipecial department of our business i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

C*#h Order*l4d. S^itt .trset, Sydney Poor« Belowi'W&ter Board) - -§M|(iQf4 (21ipef) * h- f yh««- ? ?; HS^r jind Loral Shppji to Selectirpn9 - Send (or Shopping Guide (Mention Ijbis Paper) MEN'S BOX CALr DtRBY BALSj . Sewn Sole#, . 'All Sim*, 15/11 immm THE CRESCENT * Fairfield

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

L.H. HUBBLE Builder STATION STREET, FAIRFIELD ESTIMATES AND PLANS SUPPLIED FINANCE ARRANGED Agent for Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Company Phone: Liv. 205 Printed and published by W. J. Bright, proprietor, at his linotype printing works, Smart-street, Fair field, N.S.W. BUY your Xmas Boot* and Slioei at COLECHIN'S SHOE STORE, Thr Cro'icent, Fairfield.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

P. G. TANNER TAILOR AND MERCER THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Tel. Liv. 259M H. BELLENGER FOR VALUE COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO PIES The Crescent, Fairfield Phone UW 8241 Rowell's Builders' Suppliers & Timber Merchants Granville Ironmongery, Paint, and Galvanized Iron Stores. MERCHANTS and IMPORTERS Everything Required in Building J.SLADE FARRIER, WHEELWRIGHT AND GENERAL SMITH Cabramatta Toad, Opp Post Office Cabramatta Satisfaction Guaranteed MATERNITY NURSE Nurse Birch, A.T.N.A., also &.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 Rexonolas 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) RTE. PETERS Licensed Plumber, Gasfitter, Drainer tod Sanitary Engineer Merrylands road MERRYLANDS Galvanized Iron Tanks a Speciality Size No Object No Job Too Large or Too Sm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

MEN'S WHITE CANVAS LACE SHOES, crept soles, from 5/11. COLECHIN'S, The Cresctnt, FAIR FIELD. Firewood DRY BLOCK FIREWOOD I am prepared to supply Dry Block Firewood at 25/- per ton F. H. SHtPWAY Cabramatta road Cabramatta OF INTEREST TO MOTHERS MRS. G, T. BELL Has re-opened her shop next do o.r to the Public School, Smart fit., Fairfield, where the children are well catered tor. Ail kinds of Sandwiches, Cakes, | Hot Pies, Buttered Bread Rolls and Fruit. Traced Lititens ALL SCHOOL REQUISITES

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

Phone: Liverpool 236 Phone: Liverpool 238 R. SHIRTLIFF (Late T. Hawkins) WOOD, COAL, AND COKE MERCHANT SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD Leave Your Orders With - J. G. McBURNEY & CO., SMART ST., FAIRFIELD Immediate Delivery Best Quality H. KING AUCTIONEER GUILDFORD HAS REOPENED HIS BUSINESS IN O'NEILL STREET And is OPEN TO CONDUCT SALES IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT LAND AND ESTATE AGENT Also Supply of S. H. Building Material on Hand The Yello w House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD. NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE Cakes, Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter's lee 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 WIRELESS SALES SUPPLIES :: SERVICE Radio Receivers Re-Wired, Re-Built, Repaired. ALL WORE GUARANTEED. ALL ACCESSORIES CITY PRICES Receiving Sets, fully guaranteed, from 16/ P. LEMASURIER, B.C.D., CA...

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CHRISTIAN RADIO. SERVICES TO BE BROADCAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

CHRISTIAN RADIO. SERVICES TO BE BROADCAST. The Sydney B class station 2 B E, it is expected, will soon be on the air again as the Christian Service Broadcasting Station. Rev. R. B. S. Hammond, one of the moat energetic clergymen in Sydney, has obtained vided the license (now held by the an option over the station, and pro Burgin Electric Company) is trans ferred the station will come into ac tion forthwith. Mr. Hammond says the big broad casting stations provide a pro gramme which does not interest at least 25 per cent of the listeners-in. "I don't think that the ordinary broadcasting stations offer to the clergyman conditions which enable him to put his message across the air adequately," he says. "Every year each domination holds a big demon stration in the Town Hall, but these are never entirely broadcast. I would see, if I controlled a broad casting station, that each of ttypse demonstrations was put on the air, complete. There are 150,000 church people in New South Wales and I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

G. S. W.MITCHELL GENERAL STOREKEEPER & NEWSAGENT .. LANSDOWNE ROAD. CANLEY VALE , PAPERS DELIVERED DAILY AGENT FOR UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. Agent (or the Renowned Speedwell Cycle The Best That Money Can Buy Cash or Terms - £2 Down; 5/- Weekly B.S.A. and Harley Davidson Motor Cycles ALL ACCESSORIES IN STOCK Phone: Liv. 244 Photre: Liv. 244

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RADIO TERMS. DON'T SAY LISTENER-IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

RADIO TERMS. DON'T SAY LISTENER-IN. One of the troubles of the New South Wales Broadcasting Company, indeed of all the Sydney broadcast ing stations, is to induce their artists and speakers to address the radio audience as "listeners" and not as "listeners-in" or (more horrible still) "listener-ins." When broadcasting started, it soon became accepted. It is quite sufficient, however, to say "listen" or "listener," and those terms sound much less cumbersome. Another word that is considerably misused, though not from the broad casting stations, is "broadcast." Many persons speaking in the past tense say "broadcast." They would not say "I casted a stone," but "I broadcasted a song" seems to them all right.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

To Motorists ! Don't be Stuck Up. THE Smithfield GdCdflC Will undertake all Motor Repairs Competent Mechanic Employed. Reasonable Charges. All Work Guaranteed Benzine Oils, &c., Accessories Stocked BATTERIES CHARGED Ring Liv. 225 For your Breakdown. -Day or Night We will Fix It. Car for Hire. S. MONEY, Proprietor TO HOME SEEKERS James Walker BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR BOLLON STREET, GUILDFORD Will BuQd a Home to Your Own Design Plans and Specifications and Loans Arranged The Cheapest and Best on the So'athern'Line Agfctrt £6t New Zealand Iniuranti Go* "Udisco" One*Dial Super-Neut THE UDISCO SUPER-NEUT. incorporates tremendous POWER ft RANGE, WITH THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF SELECTIVITY. It is the "Rolls-Royce" in Radio Receiving Sets. Everybody strives to have the Best. Put one of these in, and yon cannot be beaten. It is unparalleled for Daylight Reception of Interstate Broadcasting, designed to give Exquisite Tone Quality. 4-VALVE SET, with 3 Philips A609 1 Power Valves .... £20 5-V...

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THE GARDEN (By an Expert, for "The Biz" Newspaper). RESTING TIME FOR ROSES AT HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

THE GARDEN (By an Expert, for "The Biz" News paper). RESTING TIME FOE ROSES AT HAND. Roses will now take a little rest, especially if conditions keep dry for a while, between the periods of flow ering marked by spring and autumn. This partial rest is of untold value to the trees, and should be encouraged, if it's desired to see the blooms at their best during the autumn, which is in reality the best time for quite a number of our favorites. In order to assist the plants, it will be a good plan to refrain from now until about the end of February; then they can be given some encour agement in the shape of whatever moisture we can supply, and, after the wood buds show signs of swell ing, a very light pruning can be car ried out, which consists of the re moval of the useless twigs and the shortening back of the remaining branches to a likely looking bud. We are usually due for rains in au tumn, so the plants should give a good account of themselves if treat ed in the manner outlined. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

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BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). THE BLISSFUL CLUB. CHEER-UP ON RADIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

BROADCASTING. (Couducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). THE BLISSFUL CLUB. CHEER-UP ON RADIO. . A particularly quaint suggestion has been made for a name for the club into which listeners at the Frank Grose's Sunday afternoon broadcasts from . 2 F C has been formed. A boy of IX named JBliss proposes the name Blissful Club. There are dozens more but the one chosen, Cheer-up Club, expresses the intention of the founder quite well. The club gives promise of being of real value in the community. Al though it s only about a few weeks since Mr. Grose started the Sunday afternoon half-hour of broadcasting from which the society has sprung, the letters and telephone calls re ceived at the station show that it is exercising a fine influence. A wo man living in a northern suburb says she not only appreciates the talks broadcast by Mr. Grose, but as an invalid who has been in pain for 28 years she realises that he is doing 3 very big work for the Master in en couraging th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

,V NOTED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, '.*' ; - HAS STOCKS OF. j^sefid & Dainty Presents FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. "HANDKERCHIEFS." for every member of the family. POUCH BOXES, Silver mounted, filled with dainty handkerchiefs, Guipure Lace comers and edges, 3/11, 4/6 4/11 Box. , BOXES Imitation Book shape,Handkerchiefs hemstitched, small coloured embroidery medallion in corner, 6/11, 8/11, Box. ~ These make Dainty Gifts for Ladies. See our stocks of other lines of Handkerchiefs. They must be seen to be appreciated. Children's hand kerchiefs.-The Popular Tiger Tim, Punch and Judy and crossword puwlu designs 3d each. -GENT'S HnwHkorohiBfB, white and with coloured borders, 6Jd, 9id, 1/ and 1/3 each. GENT'S Fancy Silk Ties, Hose, Braces and Suspenders in Fancy Presen . tation Boxes. PERFUMERY, Good Goods in Fancy Bottle and Caskets, 41d, 61d, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, 2/9, 2/11 each. FANCY Stationery of Exquisite designs, 2/6, 2/11, 4/6 Box. ? Novelties-and Nicknacks in abundance; see the w...

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"GOOD MUSIC." WEKLY BROADCASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

"GOOD MUSIC." WEKLY BROADCASTS. So far as lovers of good music are conecrned, a definite service has been rendered by Mr. Howard Ash ton, a Sydney journalist, in prepar ing for the New South Wales Broad casting Company what he considers a suitable evening's programme. Mr. Ashton's "model" programme was made up by him following upon his criticism of the existing pro gramme as being unduly "jazzy." The manager of 2 F C has decided to extend in the new year, thu idea of devoting whole evenings to class ical music. Beginning on Wednes day, January 9, a two hours' pro gramme will be presented, each week's programme being prepared by a well known Sydney musician. The first will be directed by Oliver King, the noted basso, and will be de voted to chamber music. On Jan. 16 Mr. Horace Keats, pianist, will arrange an orchestral and vocal pro gramme and on Jan. 23 Mr. Ewart Chappie, pianist and accompanist at 2 F C, will present a number of Rus sian instrumentalists and singers. Mr. Cyril Monk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928

1st Quality Cement Tubs Two Compartment, Single Outlet 23s 6d And All Kind* Builder®' 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, Parnts, Oil and Colors, White Lead and Varnish STOVES, BATHS, SINKS, etc. We Ddiver Get Our Prices Discounts to die 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, THIS CONCERNS YOU ! S. H. GEE, MOTOR ENGINEER, Has Commenced Business At PARK ROAD CABRAMATTA And is ready to help you with all your Mechanical Troubles. Having had 17 years' experience in leading City Repair Shops, with all makes of Cars and Lorries; also 7 years' Electrical Work, he is able to give you the Best Advice concerning your Car or Marine Engine. He has also installed a Lathe and other ne...

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