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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

LARGE CAKES SAND SOAP 3d LARGE BARS LOTUS SOAP 8id BARS GOLDEN FLEECE SOAP Hid GLOBE JELLIES (large) 6 Packets for lid 21b PACKETS APEX S. R. FLOUR Gd per Packet. LARGE BOTTLE MUSTARD PICKLES . 8d LARGE BOTTLE MIXED PICKLES * I 8d BUSHELL'S TEA 2/2 LARGE TINS SALMON lid LARGE TINS APEX CLEANSER 8M TINS NESTLES CREAM, Boz 71 a TINS NESTLES CREAM, 8oz 1/21 ORDERS COLLECTED & DELIVERED. PLEASE NOTE J. E. Ha worth CASH GROCER. BUSY CORNER, CANLEY VALE. G. S. W. MITCHELL GENERAL STOREKEEPER & NEWSAGENT . .LANSDOWNE ROAD, CANLEY VALE PAPERS DELIVERED DAILY AGENT FOR UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. Agent for 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 Phone: Liv. 244 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The Cosy Corner TEA ROOMS Railway Bridge, Fairfield Teas, and Light Luncheons, Fresh Cut Sandwiches Handy for Travellers, River and Picnics New Milk, Soft Drinks, G...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SACRED SESSION. RADIO FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

SACRED SESSION. RADIO FOR CHILDREN. A new feature in broadcasting is being initiated by station 2 B U Sydney to be known as the Children's Sacred Session. It will be conducted by "Uncle David" and will be hr Id each Sunday between 6 and 6 PO p.m. The intention is to encourage families to gather round the loud speaker and listen to a pimple service devoid of all theological arguments. It is believed that if the appeal is print&lly to the children many adults will appreciate thc> service equal'y well. The. session opens with an in tredu -nry talk to t listeners a .1 then w'H be given a Vymn, new .t easy to follow, the object bein£ io induce the young folk who listen to lrmrn it. A Bible ft -rv and a prater concluding with the Lord's Prnvjr An i Brredictiwi brinfr the s&evihe tl> a ri«te.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

'"TOe NOTED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, SwaOPARE FOR SCHOOL GIRLS AND BOYS' WEAR. /". SIGH SCHOOL TUNICS-These garments are imperative. We have heavy stock of MATERIALS suitable for TUNICS, Fast colors, 'sC 1/11, 2/11 yd. Wc make up if required. \ ^WJiite and Cream SLOUSE MATERIALS to suit TUNICS, 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, V 1/11 yards. COLLEGE :PANAMA HATS, Trimmed and untrimmed, G/ll and 8/11 each, HOSIERY. Black or colors, 1/11 pair. Guaranteed to stand hard wear, fast colore. =®UJI SILK, Navy, for Bloomers and underslips, 1/3 yard. ^ FOR BOYS. BATS, COATS, BLAZERS, and BLOUSES, every size. Navy Serge TROUSERS, Scout make, sizes 8, 9, 10-12/6 pair. Striped Tweed Trousers, 3/6, 4/6, 5/6, 6/6 pair. Shirts of strong Shirting, whit with narrow stripe, excellent for hard wear, 4/3 each. Golf Hose, in every size and color, from 2/11 pair. <8 .Hose, of Mercerised Cotton, 1/3 pair.--Colors, fawn, champ, and sunset TIES, fid. BRACES 9d pair, and Handkerchiefs 3d each. ' Garimrdine Hate with Coloure...

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MERRYLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

MERRYLANDS It is stated that a large reservoir is to be erected by the Water Board at the top of Merrylands Road. There are now 14 till factories at Merrylands, the city man's "gold field." Last week workmen performed the feat of raising three feet higher, the overhead bridge at Merrylands rail way station, without in any way dis mantling the construction. The steel piles were placed on top of shorter pieces of steel, which were cemented strongly and enclosed in brick. The work was rendered nec essary in view of the running of tha electric trains in the near future. The gardens at the Merrylands Town Hall are well kept and pictur esque and a delight to the eye. POWER USERS. The Holroyd Council is making an effort to introduce a uniform charge to power users of electricity. Aid. Shaw stated at Tuesday nierht's meeting that there was one large consumer using 33,000 units per quarter, who was being charged 2 id per unit, while another who used 4,000 units paid only 13d. Rebates are pro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"DOG TRAP' ' ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

"DOG TRAP' ' ROAD. Along the old "dog-trap" road (Main Southern) from Woodville to Liverpool, there is at present a great deal of activity on the part of land agents, and many sub-divisions arc attracting the attention of speculat ors. It is predicted that, following the invasion of the population to the Liverpool line, a rush is now setting in across the way. ' The one, how ever, will not interfere with the other-this line ? still joffers plenty of scope, and has many ideal home sites available.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

13, 1929 CHURCH OF ENGBAND FAIRFIELD. March Ladge 9 a.m., (H.C.), Rev. H. E. Rogers. Fairfield 11, (H.C.), Rev. H. E. Rogers. Smithfield 11, Association Reader.,. Fairfield 7.15, Association Reader. Bossley Park 8, Rev. H. E. Rogers. CABRAMATTA 1st Sunday ofter the Epiphany, Divine Services. Cabramatta 11, Mr. Fetterplacv:; 7.15, Supply. Canley Vale 11, Supply; 7.15, Mr. Fetterplace. St. John's Park 9.30, Mr. W. H. Johnson. METHODIST CHURCH Fairfiefild 11, Mr. H. Ball; 7.15, Rev. G. W. Johnston. Liverpool 11, Mr. P. Stein; 7.15, N.S.W. United Preacher's Associ ation. Ingleburn 11, Rev. G. W. Johnston (Sacrament). Smithfiefild 3, Rev. H. Allen; 7.15, Mr. H. E. Wearne. Cabramatta 11, N.S.W. United Preacher's Association; 7.15, Mr. H. Ball. Hoxton East, 3, Mr. P. Stein. Gospel Union Hall. Chancery Street. Lansdowne. Sunday School 3 p.m. Youn'g Men's Bible CIBSS 3 p.m. Prayer Meeting .. f. 4.30 p.m. Undenominational. Praise Service 7 p.m. fiospel Service .. .. 7.15 p.m. Siinkry's ITymn ...

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GRANVILLE. FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

GRANVILLE. FUNERAL. One of the largest funerals seen in Granville for some time past took place on Saturday afternoon, when the remains of the late Mr. Med Doherty, who was killed at Clyde on Thursday, were conveyed to Rook wood cemetery. The hearse was preceded by the Clyde Workmen and Hibernian, and followed by about 200 cars. The deceased man was once cap tain of the Granville Magpies' Soccer football team, and "was very popular. He was 42 years and leaves a wife and two children. OBITUARY. The death occurred a few days ago of Mrs. Epps, of Granville. De ceased, who was 79 years of age, was the mother of Aid. Epps. The remains were interred at Lidcombe. TO AVOID PAY. Taxi-Driver Assaulted. The Granville Police are making inquiries as to he identity of four young men, who on the 6th inst. shortly after 1 a.m., assaulted Ben jamin English, taxi-driver, of Avalon Flats, Darlinghurst. In Eddy Av enu the men engaged English to drive them to Parramatta; and when at Sydney road, Granvil...

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G.U.O.O.F. Fairfield Unity Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

.G.U.O.O.F. Fairfield Unity Branch. ,The members of the above lodge entertained a large gathering of members' families and friends at the Protestant Hall, Fairiield, on New Year's Eve. Musical items were contributed by Miss Parker (piano) and Mr. Hodges (guitar), which were greatly appreciated by the gathering. Dancing, games and cards made the time pass all too quickly and everyone departed agree ing that a most enjoyable evening had been spent. A very capable bt.itl committee had cha*.j;i> <f the refreshments. On Monday evening next 14th in stant this Lodge will hold a public installation of officers at the School of Arts, after which dancing to the strains of "the Syncopated Four" will be indulged in, interspersed with musical items. The public is invit ated to attend. Admission will be free and ladies are asked to kindly probide rafc-esliments. The police are busy collecting names for the State rolls.

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St John's Park Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

St John's Park Show. The great day* for-St. John's is rapid'/ approaching, and everyone is hoping for an improvement on last year's record. In spite even of the dry summer we have experienced, there are plenty of good vegetables to be seen growing in the district which is creditable, both to the dis trict and the growers. But one must admit that the fruitgrowers are suf fering, while it only needs a few showers to make the gardens a- riot of floral beauty. Both classes will be judged by Mr. Witelegge, of Manly, who gave such satisfaction last year. Poultry classes, we believe, Will be better even than last year, several of the States foremost exhibitors having promised to send teams along; whilst in the pigeon section every effort is being made to stage a section equal to the Royal. Mr. W. H. Smith, recognised as being one of, if not the best ami most competent, judge of pigeons, in Australia, will act for the committee in that capacity. In the homemade section, ladies will be both ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Holroyd Electricity. 2400 CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

Holroyd Electricity. 2400 CONNECTED. The clcctrical engineer made the following report to Tuesday night's meeting of the Holroyd Council: The original scheme was set out for approximately 1000 consumers, and up to date wc have 2400 con nected. This has resulted in the mains in the streets being overloaded and during 1928 quite a lot of money had to be spent in rectifying this. In all, five distribution sub-stations were built during the year in places where the bad centre was definitely known, and in those areas the copper has been supplemented sufficiently to meet the requirements at normal rate of progress for three years ahead, when further additions can 'je made as required without inter fering with the design of the sys tem. These sub-stations are . work ing very satisfactorily, and have re duced the liability of failure to sup ply by 50 per cent., and this is the most satisfactory method of increas ing the size of the mains in a given area. The Westmead and Granville areas hav...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRST GAS CONSUMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

FIRST GAS CONSUMER. The first gas service at Fairfield was installed about three weeks ago at the home of Mrs. Proctor, on the Fairfield-Guildford Road. The home was recently erected by Mr. W. J. Clark, builder and contractor.

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GUILDFORD UNITED v CAMPBELLTOWN. Played at St. John's Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

GUILDFORD UNITED v CAMP BELLTOWN. Played at St. John'B Park. Guildford United claim 4 pointy. Oainpbelltowh fail to put in appear ance.

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FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

t FIRES. Parramatta District (G) Fire Bri gade received 35 calls to outbreaks during last weekend, mostly bush fires.

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SEWING MADE EASIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

SEWING MADE EASIER. One of the ways in which elec tricity can aid a busy woman, by making her task both simpler and quicker, is its application to a sew ing machine. The electrically-run sewing ma chine is now in common use in its several models, some with an electric motor attached, others with the motor built into the body of the ma chine. In addition to the electrical drive, there is the convenient electric lamp attached to the machine, which throws light direct on to the work. The electric machine is a boon, eliminating: laborious hand turning or foot pedalling, and for those who have already hand or treadle ma chines a motor is supplied which may be readily attached. See MAX WILSON, Fairfield. i

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LIVERPOOL. LIVERPOOL RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY AMBULANCE CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

LIVERPOOL. LIVERPOOL RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY AMBULANCE CLASS. On Saturday night last the an nual presentation of first-aid certifi i-utos and awards took place at the Liverpool Railway Station. Superintendent W. Keato, of the Liverpool District Ambulance, pre nided and presented the awards. In doing so, he congratulated the suc cessful candidates on the excel lence of their work. The following were the recipients: 1st year certificate: Messrs. J. J. Pearce," K. P. White, H. C. Edwards W. A. Reid. 2nd yoar medals: Jl. T. Fowles, P. .J. Muml'ierson. ?'ird year bars and ribbons: R. 10. Tapping, A. .1. Loftus, R. Wat son. -Hh year bare: I). 0. Milter, It. A. Coloinan, .1. 0. Fowles. During the evening there was a micro-biological display given by Mr. W. Matters, assisted by Mr. W. A. Hall, both of the Railway Depart ment, which proved very instruc tive and particularly interesting. At the conclusion light refresh ments were served, and votes of thinks were passed to the instruc tor (Mr. A. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

'Phone: Liverpool 1 32 F. T. WHITLOW SURGEON DENTIST Opp. Council Chambers WARE ST., FAIRFIELD HOURS Daily 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Tuesday and Friday Evenings 7 to 9 H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone: Li v. 259 I I STAND SOLID FOR YOUR OWN TOWN ! BUILD UP ITS PROPERITY AND YOUR OWN ! BUY EVERYTHING LOCALLY Phone Liv.200 (Direct to House) Nurse Grassland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Between Canley Vale and Fairfield) Visits all parts of Cabramatta, Can ley Vale, or Fairfield districts on phone message or letter. Pony and Sulky always available for all parts of the District FRED TIVEY TAILOR Mercer and Outfitter Suits to Suit at Prices to Suit WARE STREET - FAIRFIELD Give Tiv a Trial P. J. McDONALD Opposite Pott Officc, Fairfield For Accountancy, Typing, and General Clerical Work Income Tax Returns Expertly Prepared Agent for London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd. All Classes Of Insurance Effected .Fund...

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CABRAMATTA. A PICNIC SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

CABRAMATTA. A PICNIC SPOT. The Cabra-Vale Council controls an area of 21 acres at the junction of Georges River and Prospect Creek and this spot is a delightful picnic ground, generously patronised by city and suburban holiday makers. The Council feels that something should be done to improve and beau tify the place, but cannot see its way clear to do what is necessary. The aldermen are contemplating as to the best means of dealing with the problem, and the matter will come before next Monday's Council meeting. A lease of the area to some enterprising person has been suggested. INJURED MAN DIES. MR. WILLIAM ROSS. William Ross, of Cabramatta, who was injured in a motor cycle acci dent last week, succumbed to his in juries in Auburn Hospital on Sun day. The remains were interred in Liv erpool cemetery on Tuesday. "NO FIGHT." The following appeared in the "Daily Guardian" of Monday last: Serious allegations concerning the violence of gipsies camped in the Warwick Farm district include ...

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"KEEP TO THE RIGHT." RULE OF THE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

"KEEP TO THE RIGHT." RULE OF THE WATER. Carramar Progress Association i« somewhat concerned owing to the lack of obscx-vancc of the "rules of the road"-on the waters of Georges River. On the stretch of water from Lansdownc Bridge to Fairfield Park, there are now 24 launches, and 200 skiffs, nnd there are four public boat sheds. In- order to direct traffic to keep to the right instead of to the left, the association has asked the Har bour and Rivers Department to erect instruction boards at intervals. TO DEEPEN THE CHANNEL. The association also asked that the channel at the bridge be deepen ed. The department replied stating that the request had been passed on to the Navigation Department, which has arranged for the chief shipping inspector, Captain Anderson, to in spect the river and report at an early date. The secretary of the association, Mr. G. H. Kindred, is hopeful that the requests will be favorably consid ered and the work carried out as soon as possible.

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GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

GUILDFORD. The "white way" at Guildford now has seven brilliant lights of. 1000 c.p. ench, extending from the railway on the Granville Council's side, for some distance along Guildford Road. Originally, there were only three lights, but the people along the route contributed £25 towards the cost of four additional ones, responding handsomely to the appeal of the Chamber of Commerce. On the opposite side of the line, controlled by Iiolroyd Council, there are on"y comparatively few business places, and it was found impossible to ex tend the "white way" in that direc tion also. Tn our advertisement columns will be noticed an announcement by Janettc Floriste (Miss E. McPher son) of Guildford Road, Guildford. This is a business which specialises in wreaths, bridal bouquets, should er posies and seedlings. SALE ANNOUNCEMENT Woods, of Guildford, have a prominent notice in this issue con cerning their half-yearly sale which commences on Friday, January 11, and continues until Saturday, Feb ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

fcAll Classes of Poultry Bought fbr Cash.LorryCalUEverywljere ? Ring, Write. or Call. Phone, UW 9473 N L. Alcorn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD I 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 FULL STOCKS OF PRODUCE, WOOD, COAL, AND CO£E r A. J. Seike 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 -r - "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 ...

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