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Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928
Municipal Cooocil The first regular meeting ol the newly-elected aldermen w#b held on Tuesday night last, when there was a full attendance of members, via: Ald ermen Clancy (Mayor), Burleigh, Brocklehurst, Sharpe , King, Ander son, GillieB, Tooker and Stimson, and the town clerk (Mr. Geo. Davis). MAYORAL MINUTES. Aid. Clancy showed that he naa been making himself familiar with council's affaire since being elected Mayor, by the submission of a num ber of minutes. One minute dealt with road expen diture, and the Mayor's inability to secure desired information. Adopted. Another "minute" stated that a £1000 loan had been secured from the Government for relief works. The delay in presenting the audit ors' report was touched on in a fur ther "minute," and a further report ^ In "connection with the |'ate collec tor, the Mayor recommended that he be appointed, under seal of council, as suing officer, os that he could prove debts without the pressence m court of the town clerk. The estimate...
P. & C. SOCIAL REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928
P. & C. SOCIAL REUNION. Members of Fairfield Parents and Citizens' Association are reminded that the 'Xmas night and social re union is set down for Monday 17th. instant at Fairfield Public School. The programme includes dancing, games, musical items and community singing. Ladies are asked to provide. Several novelty items will be intro duced. His Worship the Mayor (Aid. H. A."Clancy), has been asked to at tend. A hearty invitation is extend ed to members, old and new, and also to their friends.
DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928
DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY. We understand that the consump tion of electricity in this and ad joining areas is growing so rapidly that the supply is to be increased by the city council officers and staff. This shows that progress is being made in manufacturing and other in dustries. It is said the latest big consumer is a large quarry.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928
CABRAMAATA AND CANLEY VALE COT FUND. The following is the financial statement in connection with the re cent Eurythmic Display organised and staged by Miss Jean Anderson in aid of the above fund: The total takings from the sale of tickets were £15/14/6. Expenses were as follow: Fees Town Hall during classes £Z 12 0 Fees for piauiste at classes 7 3 6 Printing of tickets 10 0 Programmes 10 0 Paymeut to picture hall pro prietor 2 2 6 1st prize selling tickets 7 6 2ud prize selling tickets 5 0 Payment to Mr, Wilson Hirst, lor missing stage timber.?? 2 11 £14 3 5 Net profit 1 11 1 Donation from Mi6S Anderson 3 0 0 Loss to Miss Anderson 1 8 11 In addition to the above expenses there was an amount of 30/ for prizes to each child taking part, and other incidental expenses such as piece music, postage, personal fares, transportation of assistants who came up from Campsie to help in the concert, etc. These Miss Anderson paid out of her own pocket. Donations: Cabra Council £3/3; Buffalos £2, r...
St. John Ambulance. FIRST ANNUAL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928
St. John Ambulance. FIRST ANNUAL SOCIAL. On Saturday 'night last, At the in vitation of the committee of St, John Ambulance Briga.de, Fairfield, a large and representative gathering assembled at the School of Arts, Fairfield, the occasion being the first annual social and presentation of certificates and awards for the year. His Worship the Mayor (Aid. Clancy) presided, and on the plat form were also:-The Mayoress, Ald ermen Burleigh, Gillies, Brockle hurst, King and Sharpe, Mr. A. E. A. Johnston; also Mrs. R. Latty, and Mrs. Howard, of Lansdowne, and a large number of members of the St. John Brigade. In his opening remarks, the Mayor said he felt it was an honor that such a worthy cause as St. John Ambu lanc should be first Official function at which he should preside as Mayor. He then briefly outlined the work of the division, and its record since 1925. He stated that 706 accidents had been attended to; five first aid and two district nursing classes had been held, and 120 residen...
Bossley Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 15 December 1928
Bossiey Park. At a well attended meeting at Bossiey Park Hall on Friday, Decem ber 7, it was decided to hold a Christ mas tree, and arrangements were put in hand for that purpose, and so far favourable reports have been re ceived. Since our last report two resi dents have left the district Mr. Trevar and Mr . Davis, both well known residents. Mr. Trevar was a member of the Progress Association, and took a keen interest in muniei pal affairs.
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
TO ADVERTISERS. Owing to the week of our next issue being a short one (on account of New Year's Day falling on the Tuesday) i and the great number of advte. requiring changing, we would be greatly obliged if "copy" for these changes could be handed in On the Monday, wheta the prtfp'rietb'r Vill be at the office, although the stiff doee n6t res'Ume until the Wednes day;. . Rev. Adin Parsons, the oldest min ister in pointrof service in the Metho dist Church in New South Wales, died at 'his son's residence, 160 Bondi-road; Bondi, on Wednesday.
ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
FaMeld. Erld&y SJJBtj ;iBuUd£6rii, Saturday, 2Bnd; &or#lBhdB,Monday :i 'The Leon's Circus, featuring Afrjcander Meekih's*Troupe 6f performing vild . animals, consisting of lioriB. lioneeses, tigers, tigresses and leopards. The enemies of the jungle are in onehig steel arena with the trainer. A contemporary says: "Popular show draws a large crowd. The abat ing capacity of the huge marquee was fully taxed at the performance of St. Leon's Circus, which presented a great collection of circus stars and the greatest animal act yet seen in Australia. "Such clever acrobatics as those shown by the St. Leon troupe and the Plying Winskills displayed skill of very high order. The comedians played a prominent part and kept the audience convulsed with laughter laugh-maker is 'Togo,' the equine throughout the performance. A real wonder and Charleston dancing horse. The most thrilling1 feature of the programme was the wild animal act, when Captain Lindo, the trainer, enters the larg...
GOOD WORK BY COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
GOOD WORK BY COLLECTOR. The town clerk submitted a min ute at Tuesday's meeting of Pair field Council, referring to the excel lent work of Mr. Graham, electricity meter reader and collector. When he took over the position there was £3000 owing, but now there was only £700. This had been achieved with out extra help. Mr. Graham had to go out in all kinds of weather to carry out his duties. The clerk re commended an increase in salary of at least £13 per year.-The Mayor said the least they could do was to grant the increase mentioned, and this was decided upon, on the motion of Aid Burleigh* and Sharpe.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
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RUN IN NEW BUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
RUN IN NEW BUS. Fairfield aldermen received an in vitation from Mr. S. Money, bus pro prietor, for a tryout spin in his Hud son De Luxe, which arrived on Sat urday morning last. After a round trip to Wetherill and return the ald ermen expressed a very high opin very comfortable and easy running ion of the motor vehicle, which was They think Mr. Money deserves every patronage from the public. The vehicle is a great acquisition to the service Mr. Money has secured the ser vices of an expert mechanic, who has overhauled the whole of the motor vehicles in his service, and the pub lic are assured of the most careful rlriv'):jr, c.imfort ai)^ ci.'iMy. The Hudson De Luxe is suitable for picnic parties and outings. See advt. in "The Biz" Newspaper.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
Worth of Groceries %NOXJR LUCKY TICKET COMPETITION 10/6 WORTH GROCERIES 2nd PRIZE. SPEND 2/0 IN ANY DEPARTMENT Get a Ticket Our Xmas Gift. A G. McWURNEY & CO. (Late Collins 8c Co.) - SMART STREET. FAIRFIELD, . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT ^Supplies of Best Country Pollard and Bran iest Riverina Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Itry Food and Spice* of all Kinds PATON BURNS FERTILISERS. Yates Farm and Garden Seeds. Bulk Supplies Greenfeast Peas, and Canadian Wonder Beans. PHONE No.: LIV. 238. ORDERS GALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. ' District Agent lor Texaco Motor Spirits, Oik and Kerosene B. JOYCE Stationer and Newsagent CABRAMATTA INSPECT OUR PINE SELECTION OP OVERSEA NOVELTIES AND XMAS CARDS. CHOICE DESIGNS AND CHEAPER THAN EVER. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW THEM. POST NOW FOR HOME MAIL. A LARGE STOCK OF XMAS PRESENTS FOR YOUNG & OLD ALL THE LATEST AT CITY PRICES. USE OUR LAY-BY. DAILY "PAPERS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS, SWEETS, DRINKS. TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES ALWAYS...
FAIRFIELD METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
FAIRFIELD METHODIST CHURCH The choral service, which is a monthly observance in the above church, will be held next Sunday evening. The choir conductor (Mr. J. Davis) has given careful attention in training his choir in the follow ing choral anthems, which will be rendered:-"O Come all ye Faith ful," "Behold the Lamb of God," "And the Glory of the Lord,"' and "The Gloria." In addition to these anthems the special Christmas choral, "The First Nowell," will be sung. Master White will sing a solo, whilst the songs "Nazareth," and "The Star of Bethlehem," will also prove accept able items for the occasion. The preacher for the service will be Rev. G. W. Johnston, who will take for his subject "The First Christmas Carol."
11th DECEMBER, 1928. MUNICIPALITY OF FAIRFIELD ESTIMATES OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
MUNICIPALITY OF FAIRFiEU) ESTIMATES OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURE. On the motion of Aid. Stimson (Ald.Sharpe) the following Estimates of Income and Expenditure for the year commencing 1st January, 1929, wereduly approved and ordered to be published for public information: GENERAL RATE. £. s. d. (a) Amount of the proposed expenditure out of the Fund to which the proceeds of the Rates are to be carried 8878 0 0 (b) Amount in hand available for such expenditure .. Nil (c) Amount of other revenue likely to be available for such expenditure ..... .... 3025 0 0 (d) Amount required to be raised by rate for such ex penditure .... 6853 0 0 (e) Total value of the land on which rate is to be levied.. 510876 0 0 (f) The Rate proposed to be .made and levied is TWO PENCE THREE FARTHINGS IN THE POUND (2Sd in the £) on the unimproved capital value of land, including Main Roads Special Rate of id in the Pound. TOWN IMPROVEMENT LOCAL RATE. (a) Amount of the proposed expenditure out of the Fund to which t...
RELIABLE FOOTWEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
RELIABLE FOOTWEAR. Colechins, Falrfipli", are now in their new premises (lately vaunts-J by Mr. Don Cam.ibpll, in the Oe.; cei.t), and have a wonderful display of up-to-date footwear. The shop ;s very attractively arranged, and 10th female and male ctjFtomers can rr.'y on the best attention under comfort ai'le conditions. *
FIRE BRIGADE BUSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
FIRE BRIGADE BUSY. Owing to numerous outbreaks of fires in the scrub in various parts of the district, the Fairfield Fire Bri gade has been very busy lately. None of the fires were very serious, although they might have been so had not the brigade turned up. At Smithfield a laundry was burned. The volunteer firemen showed great prompt!due in turning out wh«n called, and worked well on the job.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928
Mendham and Oakley Farriers and General Blacksmiths At the Railway Gates FAIRFIELD Tyreing Done Daily - Horse shoeing a Speciality Expert Workmen - Moderate Charges J. W. CROMPTON, LIVERPOOL ROAD, CABRAMATTA GENERAL CARRIER BY MOTOR LORRY Delivery to All Pwti at Any HUM P. G. TANNER H.BELLENGER TAILOR AND MERCER FOR VALUE COOL DRINKS AND ESKIMO THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD PIES Tel. Liv. 259M The Crescent, Fairfield Phone UW 8241 Rowell's Builders' Suppliers & Timber Merchants firanvilk Ironmongery, Paint, and Galvanized Iron Stores. MERCHANTS and IMPORTERS Everything Required in Building YOUR New Car ALL BRITISH tIlB r Range THERE IS AN AUSTIN MODEL THAT WILL JUST SUIT YOUR PURPOSE, AND. MOREOVER, SUIT YOUR POCKET AS WELL. EVERY AUSTIN CAR WILL BEAR THE CLOSEST COMPARISON WITH CARS OF FAR GREATER FIRST COST. WHILST NO CAR CAN BE COM PARED WITH AN AUSTIN FOR ECONOMY OF UP KEEP AND LASTING SATISFACTION. AUSTINS ARE BUILT TO LAST AND TO GIVE THE PURCHASER THE MAXIMUM SATISFACTION. ...