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P. and C. Association XMAS RE-UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

XMAS RE-UNION. Amost enjoyable And successful social function under the auspices of theFairfield Parents and Citiiens' Association took place in the school assembly hall on Monday night last. There was a good attendance of members and friends, who made the' moBt of the evening's entertainment. Indeed, it would have been impos sible for a dull moment to occur, with Buch a gloomctiaser as secretary Don Campbell at the head of affairs. He saw that the fun was constant and that everyone participated. The Association held a short pre liminary meeting, at which Mr. Lear month (headmaster) presided (in the absence of the president, Aid. J. Burleigh). The secretary (Mr. D. Campbell) read the minutes, in which it was stated that over £120 was realised from the recent fair. With regard to the petition to the Minister for Education, protesting against the changing of school holi days, the Minister had replied that if, at the close of the year, it was found the new scheme were not a success, th...

Publication Title: Biz, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

of Poultry Bought for Cash, Lorry Calls Everywhere fling, Write, or.Call. Phone, UW 9473 - V - L. Alcorn GROCER, POULT£RER,PRODUCEAND FUELMERCHANT GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD X have an Up-to-date Clean Stock of (groceries and Stock only die Best Brands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ON DAILY And Orders are Delivered Same Day as Received jFULL 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, Sales 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 Asimus' 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) (Certificated Royal Hospital fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

KING'S HALL, FAIRFIELD WEST. FAIRFIELD WEST PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. Progressive Euchre Party and Dance Will be held in the above Hall, on DECEMBER, 22. Dancing 8 to 12. Jazz Band. Refreshments provided. Hams, first; seagrass chairs, second; Xmas Cakes, 3rd. Ladies 1/6, Gents 2/. V. BENETT, Hon. Sec. Buy AH Your Xmas Requirements From "THE LEADING IRONMONGERS." THEN BANK YOUR SAVINGS. Compare These Prices STAINLESS KNIVES, Sheffield made, 6/3 per i Dozen. CAKE TINS, 6", 3d; 6", 4d; 7", 5d; 8," 7d; 9," 8d; 10," lOd Each. CAKE TINS, Aluminium, 7," 1/; 8," 1/4; 9," 1/7 Each. BAKING DISHES, 1/2; 1/3; 1/5. 1/10 Each. BAKING DISHES, Aluminium, 1/8; 1/11; 2/6; 3/4 Each. PUDDING BASINS, 6d, 7d, 9d, lid 1/3 and 1/9 Each. PUDDING BASINS, Aluminium, with lid, 2/2, 2/6, 2/9, 3/4 and 3/8 Ea. HOT POTS, Aluminium, 8 pts. 6/11; 10 pts., 6/11; 12pts., 7/11 Each. HOT POTS, Enamellde, 8 pts., 6/11 10 pts., 7/9. 12 pts., 8/6 Each. SAUCEPANS, Aluminium, 6 pts., 3/6; 7 pts., 6/6; 9 pts., 6/6 Each. SAUCEPANS...

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REMARKABLE EXPANSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

REMARKABLE EXPANSION. Never before in the history of Sydney were so many buildings con structed in the metropolitan area within one year as during the year that is now closing. The following table gives the de tails of building operations in Fair field and neighboring municipalities of the metropolitan area during the past 12 months: Auburn (new buildings 234), cbBt £132,440 Cabraraatta' and Caqley Vale (K7l. .. .: .. afUV7K v&mpD611vOW71 (JLD/i . . «)|QUX - Canterbury (1418),.. .. 1,225,560 Fairfield (59),.. 27,804 Granville (281), 109,067 Numerous Xmas trees have been held during the week, but we were unable to secure particulars of many Holroyd (262), Lidcombe (229), Liverpood (37). 144,891 151,611 19,928

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GENERAL COUNCIL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

GENERAL COUNCIL ITEMS. At Tuesday's meeting of Fairfield Council, the general purposes com mittee recommended: That building plans to the value of £2666 be approved of. That an electric fan be installed in the office at a cost of £7. That the municipal offices be clos ed from December 22, 1928, until January 2, 1929, for the Xmas holi days. That the Mayor conduct an in quiry into the disposal of spoil in connection with the loan works contract That motor bus licenses be trans ferred from C. W. Gordon to S. Money. That butchcr's shop license be transferred from A. C. Hewer to G. Bryce. That approval be given of new timetable for Smithfield-Parramatta bus. That approval be given for alter ation by S. Money of Fairfield-Smith field-Wetherill Park bus timetable.

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BLIND MEN'S INTERSTATE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

BLIND MEN'S INTERSTATE CRICKET MATCH. On Saturday, December 29, a most novel and interesting game of cricket will be played on St. John's Park oval, between a team from the Vic torian Blind Institute and a team from N.S.W Blind Institute, of Wil liam-st., Sydney The Victorian team will arrive in Sydney on December 27, and will plity a r>::itch in Sydney on 28ih and take part in all-day match at St. John's Park oval as above. A blind men's interstate cricket match is sure to be a great draw, and a biff crowd is expectod to wit ness and welcome the players. The combined teams will enjoy a day in the country, being brought here by Mr. S. Waller, who was at one time a resident of St. John's Park for many years. And any one interested in the entertainment of the teams might get into touch with Mr. Stan Buckland of St. John's Park.

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St. Job's Park PUBLIC SCHOOL. XMAS TREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

St. Job's Park PUBLIC SCHOOL. XMAS TREE,/ On Thursday last, December 18, for the first time for many years the children of the above school partici pated in the joys of a Xmas tree. Father Xmas presided, and, aftc ex plaining to the children, an account of his journey to St John's, he dis tributed the toys, with a few cheery V'oi'fl3 to each recipient. The president of the Mothers' Club (Mn. McGregor) in a ftsw very ap propriate- words formally declared the function open. After the distribution of the toys, afternoon tea was dispensed to the children and parents, of whom there was a large muster, by the ladies of the Mothers' Club. Thanks are due to all those who helped in making such a success of the village fair, as it was as a re su)', -r that function that the n:»n:«»y was made available to purchase the toys, etc., for the tree. With the continued co-operation of the parents, it iB hoped next year tc tio even greater thmifs for M'c school and the pupils attending same. Special t...

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FairfielD Public School ANNUAL PRIZE-GIVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

Fairfielo Public School ANNUAL PRIZE-GIVING. About 700 school children assem bled in the Cresccrit Theatre, Fair field. on Thursday last, to take part in the annual "break-up" and prize giving function. Mayor H. A. Clancy presided, and the youngsters gave him a great oration. Mr. Don Campbell (hon. sec. of the P.| and C. Association), express ed his pleasure at being present on behalf of the association. He wish ed them the compliments of the season, and trusted they would enjoy to the fullest extent their holidays. (Loud applause.) The Mayor said he regarded the occasion as the most important he had presided at since his Mayoral election. Some of the young folk present were no doubt destined to be leaders or prominent figures in var ious walks of life and he wished th';m all success. The P.. and C. Associ ation deserved thanks for its splen did work, much of which was due to its energetic secretary and other cap able officers. Ho told the children that the teachers were trying to m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

BUY jronir Xmu Boot* and Shoes at "^3 SHC ^rBUfd: STORE, raw

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Liverpool Druids XMAS TREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

Liverpool Druids XMAS TREE. A very pleasant evening was spent in the Masonic Hall, Liverpool, on Tuesday last. The occasion was the first Xmas tree of the Above Lodge, and it was a most BUcccsBftil event. Muck credit is due to the organisers. The youngsters had a royal time, and enjoyed every minute of the to them-too short hours. There was a very, fine attendance. The Lodge held its meeting in the supper room, where two female and one male member were proposed. When the meeting adjourned, the "Tree" was opened in true Druidic manner. Visitors were present from Cabra Oak, Fairfield and Ryde Lodges. A. D. Bro. Stephen was a very suitable Father Xmas, filling the role to perfection. He presented a great number gifts to the boys and girls present, no child being over looked. The children were then treated to ginger beer (donated by Bros. W. Pike and W. Grono). During an interval, a presenta tion (a gold medal) was made to A.D. Bro. H. F. Stephen, on behalf of Grand Lodge, for his valua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

Novelties OUfTDISPLAY OF CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES FOR THIS YEAR FAR SURPASSES ALL OTHERS. SUITABLE GIFTS FOR YOUNG AND OLD. A. Biff Variety of BOXED HANDKERCHIEFS, Suitable for Ladies (6 in 3 a Box, 2/3, 2/6, 2/11, 3/3, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11, 6/11, 6/11, 7/11, A Nice Assortment of Ladies' Handkerchiefs (loose), white and eolored, plain and lace-edged and embroidered, 8d, lOid, 1/, 1/3, 1/6 each. Children's Handkerchiefs, in Boxes, 1/, 1/6, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, 2/11. Children's Picture Handkerchiefs, 2d and 8d each. A Very fine Assortment of PERFUMES, BATH SALTS, and other novel tics at Reasonable Prices. BOND'S NIT-2-fiIT HOSE in all the new tonings, 4/11 pair. BOND'S SILK ARTO. HOSE in a good Variety of shades, 5/11 Pair. BOND'S Fully Fashioned Pure Silk Hose, in all the Fashionable Tonings, 10/6 pair. MEN'S up-to-date SHIRTS, with Collars to match, in Seasonable Shades 7/C, 7/11, 8/11, and 9/11. MEN'S SOX, in a splendid Variety of Colorings and all sizcB, plain and fancy, 2/3, 2/9, 2/11, 3/3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

ST. JOHN'S PARK School of Arts EUCHRE & DANCE SAT., DEC. 22. TAZZ BAND Hams first prizes; Chairs, second; Cakes 3rd and 4th. Refreshments. Gents 2/, Ladies 1/6. H. Firth, Pres. T. Hunt, Treaa A. OLLIS, Sec. ST. JOHN'S PARK i SCHOOL OP ARTS. New Year's Eve Ball MONDAY, DEC. 31. * Evening Dress. Dancing 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Special Pull Orchestra. Efficient M.C-. Splendid floor. Monte Carlo Waltz Prize for Best Evening Dress. EUCHRE: 4 Seagrass Chairs, 4 other Prizes. Lucky Prizes for Ladies and Gents Euchre Players. Refreshments, and fire works. Gents 2/5, Ladies 2/. H. Firth, Pres.; T. Hunt, Trcas. A. Ollis, Sec. IMPORTED CALENDERS. We have seen some calenders, bearing advertisements of local firms which have been distributed in the district. The class of work does not compare favorably with those, say, which wg turned out for Mr. North over (dairyman) and Mr. Gill (car rier, Smithficld), and the price was about 200 per cent higher than ours. It would be as well to remember that...

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Wedding Bells SUMMERELLE—WEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 22 December 1928

Wedding Bells SUMMERELLE-WEDGE. A very pretty weding was solemn ised in the Church of England, Smith field, on Saturday last, when Mr. Stanley Summerelle, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Summerelle, of Nimitybelle, was married to Miss Hilda Wedge, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wedge, of Dublin-st., Smithfield. Rev. H. J. H. Lofts, of Cabramat ta, officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father , looked charming in a frock of blue and champagne crepe de chene. Miss Edna Hollier, bridesmaid wore a frock of rose beige crepe de chene.   Mr. Warren Johnson acted as best man, and Mr. W. Summerelle as groomsman. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, where numerous guests were received. Rev. H. J. H. Lofts pre sided, and the usual toasts were hon ord. The tables for the supper were prettily decorated with white and gold streamers. Numerous hand some and costly presents were re ceived. The evening was spent in. dancing,

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OMBRE WOOL FABRIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 5 January 1929

OMBRE WOOL FABRIC. Is used for this ensemble which, shows several new tendencies of the mode. The waistline is considerab ly higher, and the effect is strength ened by the placing of the pockets. There is an idea in the neckline. The soft line of the collar of the coat is one that is used a good deal on recent models. for the outdoor ensemble. Hints to the fabrics that will be fundamentals of the new mode may be taken by those who look for them. The "organdie for evening" note is suitable for use- now. Then, of course, there is much dealing with heavier fabrics. Satin and velvet apear to rival each other. Velvet is now made in weaves so sheer and light of weight that it is classed as a filmy fabric! The new printed velvets present possibilities. The patterns are dupli cated in printed silks and chiffons and georgettes, which suggest fur ther ideas for the ensemble. Satins are even more soft and supple than formerly. Wools with a satin finish arc being specially feat ured, and may be...

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FASHION TO-DAY Cotton is Promoted in the Mode. NOVELTY IN A COLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 5 January 1929

FASHION TO-DAY Cotton is Promoted in the Model (By Barbara Winslow.) NOVELTY IN A COLLAR. . This coat of a summer ermine and broadcloth has a newly-designed collar that combines the two fabrics. One end is wide, and entirely of the fur, hugging1 the coat as an ordin ary lapel. The other end may swing freely or wrap snugly ruond the neck when a close collar is desired. In Fashion's scheme, cotton is no longer associated with the house dress, nor silk, satin and velvet with formal occasions. Cotton has been glorified into a luxury fabric by the addition of shining rayon threads. Printed cot ton and linen arc found in ensemble groups, and arc considered as smart as silk for many purposes. Now the.evening mode is making use of cotton 1 Organdie is one of the - smartest fabrics for evening frocks. Its stiffness is found very suitable for frockB of the bouffant type. Frequently the fabric is cut in a circle to make a flared skirt. And it i6 obtainable in all pastels from the rather dark "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 5 January 1929

The garment*, etc.* mentioned in Aen noto» each week may be had from MISS A. ADAM, Draper, Fairfield. G. S. W.MITCHELL GENERAL STOREKEEPER &. NEWSAGENT .. LANSDOWNE ROAD. CANLEY VALE PAPERS DELIVERED DAILY AGENT FOR UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. Agent .fpr Ifae Renowned Speedwell Cycle Hie Beat "that Money Can Buy Cash or Terms - £2 Down; S/- Weekly B.S.A. and Harley Davidson Motor Cycles ALL ACCESSORIES IN STOCK Phonei Liv. 244 i Phone: Liv. 244 \ Phone: Liverpool 238 Rhone: 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 Bert 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 Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD, NEA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 5 January 1929

1st Quality Cement Tubs Two Compartment, Single Outlet 23s 6d And All 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. We Deliver Get 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, 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 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 5 January 1929

REGON BALTIC Phone UW 9098. REDWOOD The Cypress Pine Company Merrylands Right at WE STOCK AND DELIVER ON THE JOB EVERY KIND OF TIMBER GROWN. and Specialise in CYPRESS PINE White Ant and Borer-Proof, and All Australian Timbers We have our own Sawmills in the Bush. We can give you thevery best Q UALlTY, PRICE tand ATTENTION. Come and have a Look for Yourself, and get a Quote. The Cypress Pine Co,. Phone UW 9098. Cimber merchants Pitt-si H. L. MILNE, Proprietor.

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Public Works. From "Hansard": [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 5 January 1929

Public Works. MR. J. McGIRR SPEAKS. From "Hansard" Mr. Jss. MCGIit: The necessity for making provision for the con struction of main roads in the Fair field municipality, in my electorate, was brought under my notice by the municipal authorities, and I immed iately approached*the representative of the sub-committee of the Cabinet dealing with the expenditure on roads, and applied for a grant for a large number of men over the Christ mas period. After having inter viewed the officers in the different departments, I forwarded the com munication I had received from the municipal authorities to the Assist ant Treasurer. Afterwards I ex plained to the Mayor of Fairfield that a personal interview with Min isters might have a beneficial effect, and acting on my advice he saw cer tain Ministers with regard to this important work. Shortly afterwards the Assistant Treasurer had the audacity and im pudence to return the letter I had forwarded to him, stating that the matter I had forwarded to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 5 January 1929

FOE SIGNWRITING GRAINING MARBLING GO TO W. S. DRAY, (Late Icachcr at Sydney Techni cal College) Who will give every satisfaction for any work entrusted to him to execute. DISTANCE NO OBJECT SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD To Motorists ! Don't be Stuck Up. THE Smiihfield Gai^C Will undertake all Motor Repairs Competent Mechanic Employed. Reasonable Charges. All Work Guaranteed Benzine Oils, &c., Accessories Stocked BATTERIES CHARGED Ring Liv. 225 V For your Breakdown. Day «r Nigfet We will Fix it. * HIRE OUR HUDSON DE LUXE COACH for your Wedjfegg. Picnics, Parties, etc. You will appreciate it's comfprt. ; CbifgeB reasonable Safety-first driver. ^ Car for Hire* S. MONEY,

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