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MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT. Constables Desreaux and Charker, of Liverpool, narrowly escaped in jury as a result of a collision with a , taxi, on Liverpool Boad. on Wednes day evening. A lorry in front of the taxi suddenly swerved across the road. To avoid a collision th?. taxi also swerved. Constable Devroaux endeavoured to do the sama, but struck the taxi, and he and his broth er constable, who was in a side car, were tipped on to the roadway. For tunately they were travelling at a slow pace and -were not itijur?>l be' ybnd a shaking. '

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LANSDOWNE v CAMPBELLTOWN Played at Campbhelltown. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

LANSDOWNE v CAMPBELLTOWN Played at Campbclltown. I* oiTeited by Oampbelltown to Lansdowns. 4 points to Lansdownc.

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EUCHRE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

EUCHRE WINNERS. Winners at the euchre party held in Crescent Theatre, Fairfield, on jtfonday night: IAdies: Mrs. Dwyer, 1st (ham); Mrs, Moore, 2nd (ham); Mrs. Latty 3rd (chair); Mrs. Cowan, 4th (pafr roosters); Mrs. Jansen, 5th (6 tins fruit); Mrs. Fitzgerald, 6th (cake). Gents: Mr. Marshall, 1st (ham); Mr. Gough, 2nd (ham); Mr. Tinker, 3rd (chair); Mr. Adams 4th (pair roosters); Mr. Davidson, 6th (6 tins fruit); Mr. Murphy, 6th (cake).

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INGLEBURN—2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

INGLEBURN-2nd Innings. R. McNaniara, b M. Belcher . . 7 J. Tattersall, c Gough, b M. Belcher 27 G. Lyons, not out . 6 A. Mcllveen, not out 1 Sundries 4 2 wickets for . .45 Bowlinpr: B. Morpuss. 0-24; M. Belchcr, 2-0; C. Watts, 0-8.

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

WOODS* HALF-YEARLY SALE! * COMMENCES FRIDAY, JANUARY 11th. And Continues Until, Saturday, February 2. It is our intention on this occasion to make this Sale a Household Talk by Slaughtering the Prices of our High-class Goods. 50 doz. BOND'S SILK AUTO HOSE, Good shades, all sizes 5/11. SALE PRICE, 2/11. 29 doz. LADIES' HOSE, Art Silk plated over Lisle. Pink Shade only, 3/6. SALE PRICE, 1/11. PRINTED CAMBRICS, in Dainty Designs and a Big Variety of colors, 10id. SALE PRICE, 63d. A BIG ASSORTMENT of odd Lengths in PRINTED VOILES, Smart designs 38 in. wide, 1/11 and 2/11. SALE PRICE, 1/3. LINEAR, in all the Fashionable shades, 36in. wide, 10Jd. SALE PRICE, 8id. LADIES' COTTON SINGLETS, without sleeves, usual juice 1/2. SALE PRICE 113d. TABLE DAMASK, a good quality for kitchen wear, 50 in. wide, 1/9 SALE PRICE, 3/3. BRITISH VOILES, in all the present Season's Designs and Colorings, 2/11. SALE PRICE, 2/3. LINOLEUMS, 2 yards wide, Designs Suitable for any compartment, our price, 7/11. SALE...

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

NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW YEAR At the Rural OPP. STATION FAIRFIELD GRANOSE BISCUITS Small did; Large 2/84 W.EET BIX 7id and 1/6 VIETA BRITS 8d and 2/34 . - DIABETIC ROLLS /§. 2/2 . GRANOLA , 7id pkt. MARMITE ' 8id, 1/2, 1/9 MARMITE 8oz. 2/11, 16oz. 5/6 PROTOSE lib lOd, lib. 1/3 NUT MEAT Jib. lOd, lib. 1/3 SANITARIUM WHEATMEAL 84d. 31b Bag. - EARLY MORN SOAP lOid, SNOWDROP SOAP .... 101d SIREll SOAP 1/ Bar SUNLIGHT SOAP 1/01 Box. P.M.U. SAUCE ' 64d, 81d, ,1/1 GOLDEN FLEECE SOAP ^Illd SULPHUR 2d lb. EPSOM'S SAITS . 2d lb. ' SAGO .... 3d lb. RICE 2 lbs. for 64d FLAKED OATS 2 lbs. for 7jd ALLY SALON 9id, 1/34 GOLDFINCH 94d, 1/3J L.V. SALMON 1/ and 1/6 HORSESHOE SALMON 1/84 SI' \MROCK SALMON SOCKEYE 1/71 REDE SALMON 104d and l/fi4 FLY TOX 1/7 and 2/9 MORTEIN 1/24 and 2/1 LIFE BUOY SOAP 2 for 74 d MONKEY SOAP 2 for 44d , LET US DELIVER AT THESE PRICES. Strictly .Cash on Delivery. CYCLISTS-RIDE THE BEST.' The Famous Speedwell Cycle. Gives lifelong Service and Satisfaction. SOLD FOR CASH OR EA...

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CABRAMATTA, (From our Correspondent). FUNERAL OF MR. ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

CABRAMATTA, (^rom bur Correspondent)! , ; FUNERAL OF MR. ROSS. The funeral «f the late Mr. Wil liam Ross icft his home in Church street, Cabramatta, on Wednesday, morning, for the Rookwood Cemet ery (C. of B.). . .Besides the relatives and friends of Mrs. y. Ross, the various lodges with which Mr. Ross was connected were well represented, among them being the Royal Arch Mason, Druids and Buffalos, who also sent along beautiful' floral tributes. At the graveside, Mr. Finney read a beauti ful and impressive service that will leave a lasting memory in the hearts of those who are left to mourn. (The Druids present were Bros. Geo. Hayes, sec.; A. Jones, J.P.A.; A. Allen, sen., V.A.; Sivyer, treas.; Grant, J. Pike, W. Chalmers, jun., D. Mitchel and Carter). PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burro\tfes are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter. Mrs. Burrowes will be remembered as Miss Dorothy OIlis, of St. John's Park. OUR RIVER. The hot dry days which we are experiencing lately ma...

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FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v CABRA MATTA. Played at Cabramatta. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS-1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v CABRA MATTA. Played at Cabraniatta. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS-1st Inninzs R. Learmonth, c Elliss, b A. McNamara 37 F. Corby, b Dixon 11 V. Assmussen, b A. McNa ->tu'u 20 "W. Barrett, run out G Jim Stewart, b Noonan . . 16 N. Bowtell b Noonan . . ..15 D. Sharpe, c Ellis, b 'Noou-i. .. 1 O. DruglaS, c Dixon, b Nomian ') J. Stewart, c Atlec, b Noonan . . 11 A. Ball, stp. Chalmer, b M. Mc Namara 3 A Barnes, not out 1 Sundries 21 Total 141 Bowling: M. McNamar.i, l«i3; A. McNamara, 2-19; W. Alio*', 0-?.2; J. Dixon, 1-20; V. Noonan. 6-14. CABRAMATTA-1st Innings. J. Dixon, c Barnes, b LearmoniM 0 D. Chalmers, c Ball, b Barnes .. 4 M. McNamara, not out ." 39 J. Ellis, b Barrett o A. McNamara, c Ball, b Barrett 0 J. Saville, c Stewart, b Barnes -7 E. Mortimer, b Assmussen. ... 10 V. Noonan, c Learmonth, b Barnes i E. Jones, not out 9 Sundries 4 7 wickets for ?5 Bowling: R. Learmonth, 1-16; A. Barnes, 3-14; W. Barrett, 2-31; W. Assmussen, 1-11.

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Liverpool Court. THURSDAY'S Si[?]NG [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

Liverpool Court. THURSDAY'S SilllNli. At the Liverpool Court on il'hurs day, before Mr. J. B. Gibson, P.M.: Harrie Davis was charged with a breach of the motor traffic regula tions, and was fined, 10/, cost 8/. Frederick Gibbs was charged with riotous behaviour. His wife appear ed for him and pleaded guilty. A fine of £1, 8 costs, or seven days was imposed. Clarence Fuller, was also charged with riotous behaviour, at Cabra niatta, and was fined £1, costs 8/, or seven days. Ruby Grace Rogers charged Hugh Rogers with having threatened her with violence. Complainant stated that defendant said he would dash her brains against the wall. He was alright when sober. She asked that he be bound over.-Rogers said, he rarely drank to excess, and never lost work through drink. Wine caused the trouble on this occasion -a birthday outing. He was bound over to keep the peace for 0 months, in the sum of £10 in default, 3 months' gaol. For being found drunk on Canley Road, Fairfield, and with using i...

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FAIRFIELD IONIC v WETHERILL PARK. Played at Fairfield. IONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

FAIRFIELD IONIC v WETHERILL PARK. Played at Fairfield. IONIC. R. Baxter, c Walker, b W. Ram bow 11 W. Laws, b S. Rainbow . . . . 3 R. Horn, b S. Rainbow 0 E. Upton, c Price, b S. Rainbow 2 W. Baxter, c and b S. Rainbow 3 R. Gates, b S. Rainbow b A. Hodgens, c Walker, b W. Rainbow 4 L. Baxter, stp., b S. Rainbow . . 0 R. Hunt, b S. Rainbow 11 R. Thompson, c L. Rainbow, b S. Rainbow . . 30 W. Soult, not out 0 Sundries (i Total 34 Bowling: W. Rainbow, 2-32; S. Rainbow, 8-2C. WETHERILL PARK. L. Rainbow, b Laws '11 W. Rainbow, b Laws 22 J. Price, l.b.w, b R. Baxter . . 10 E. Tooker, b R. Baxter 1-1 S. Rainbow.^c Gales, b W. Gates , 45 D. Rainbow^ c Soult, b Laws . . 5 W. Walker, c W. Baxter, b R. Baxter 31 H. Thompson, b Horn 7 Rudder, b Upton o D. Ryan, not out 4 R. Davidson, absent 0 Sundries S Total 190 Bowling: E. Upton, 1-25; R. Horn, 1-26; W. Laws, 3-25; R. Bax ter, 3-46; R. Gales, 0-16; W. Bax ter, 1-17.

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

FIRES AROUND LIVERPOOL. Liverpool File Brigade (as was the ease with other brigades along the line) had a busy day on Wediieis day. The fires; were all aroumi the district, especially severe ou: Lou* mca way, where, it; is stated, two cars, a garage, and 8 houses were partly destroyed. Campbells >*.vn Brigade ' \va§ on the scene of this fire. The Liverpool engine wns en gaged at Warwick Farm "Remount ?Depot-, and other ccntres, where there were losses in grass and fenc ing. In the afternoon a blaze occurred at' Grimson's Sawmills, Geor°;a tit., Liverpool, but little damage was dories. Men's Women'i and Children's Footwear, In great Variety at Cole chin'* Shoe Store, The Creicent, Fairfield.

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GUILDFORD UNITED B. v INGLEBURN. Played at Canley Vale. INGLEBURN—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

GUILDFORD UNITED B. v INGLE BURN. Played at Canley Vale. INGLEBURN-1st Innings. R. McNamara, b A. Belcher .. 2 J. Tattresall, c Davis, I) M. Belcher 2 G. Lyons, c sub., b F. Gough . . 5 J. Bland, b F. Gough 1 W. Lyohs, 1> M. Belcher .... fi J. Stanford, b F. Gough 0 Mcllveen, c Watts, b H. Allen . . 15 J. McNamara, b F. Gough .... 0 J. Ho wring, b C. Watts 2 W. Allen, not out 2 T. Connell, run out 0 Sundries 6 . Tptal . . ; 40 Bowling: M. Belcher, 3-12; F. Gough, 4-15; H. Allen, 1-7; C. Watts, 1-0. GUILDFORD UNITED B-1st Innings. B. Morpuss, c Connell b J. Bland 2 F. Gough, c Stanford, b W. Lyons 1 M. Belcher, b W. Allen 38 J. Davis, b J. Bland 32 F. Allen, c Connell, b G. Lyons 7 E. Watts, run out 0 T. Williams, c R. McNamara b * J. Bland 4 S. Buggy, b J. Bland 0 J. Duncan, b G. Lyons 1 H. Allen, not out G Sundries 21 9 wickets for 121 Bowling: W. Lyons, 1-20; .T. Bland, 4-27; J. Hopning 0-12; J. Tattersall 0-9; W. Allen 1-17; G. Lyons 2-15.

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

FORJSALE. Adnrtiiemeab in this column are ioterted at the rate of IS word* for 1/j every additional five word*, or portion thereof, 6d. Money Loaned With Privacy, Promptness and Civility, CASH ADVANCES. made on Furniture, Pianos, Deeds of Lands, etc., without possession. Easy repayments. No delay. Strictly private. Letters promptly attended to. Apply J. Monahan, Canley Road, Fairfield (only). Call, write or 'phone Liv. 361. FOE SA.X.E WITHOUT DEPOSIT Four-roomed Cottages, electric light, line press, pantry, city water, from £575 to £650, at Cab raniatta and Canley Vale, without deposit. Also Weatherboard Cot tages; also Shop in Main-street; most up-to-date Building Sites at Guildford. We can arrange to build on your own land, without deposit. P. and C. McGRATH, GUILDFORD. FOR SALE, 3 Choice Allotments, corner Gladstone and John streets. 10 min. station. Reasonable. Lips combe, 23 Anerum-street, Nortli Sydney. FOR SALE, cheap, one five-seater Dodge Car, 1927 Model, just done 7000 mil...

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FAIRFIELD WEST v CANLEY VALE. Played at Fairfield West. CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

FAIRFIELD WEST v CANLEY VALE. Played at Fairfield West. CANLEY VALE. C. Hartley, c Oakes, b Russell .. 0 A. Ward jnr., c Johnson, b Bull 4 J. May, b Russell 4 A. Ward, snr., c and b Bull .. 1 L. Ward b Russell 2 W. May, b Bull 5 R. Mildwater, c Godfrey, b Rus sell 0 S. Simmons, not out 2 W. Hartley, c A. Craig, b Russell 0 H. Bailey, c Russell, b Russell .. 8 C. Ellis, c A. Craig, b Green .. 1 Sundries 0 Total 27 Bowling: D. Russell, 6-7; H. Bull, 3-20; A. Green, 1-0. FAIRFIELD WEST. A. Craig, b C. Hartley ....... 0 H. Napper, lbw., b W. Hartley .. 0 A. Green, b C. Hartley 5 D. Russell, b C. Hartley .... 6 "C. Craig, rtin out in H. Bull, c Ward, b C. Hartley 7 H. Godfrey, b J. May .. 14 G. Johnson, b C. Hartley .... 0 S. Thorpe, not out .. ., .. . 6 It. Reardon, run out 0 A. Oakes, b C. Hartley 1 Sundries ,. .. 1 Total ( 40 iC Hartley, 6-28; W. Hartley, 1-21; J. May, 1-0. CANLEY VALE-2nd Innings. C. Hartley, b Russell 9 A. Ward snr., b Russell .... 2 J. May, b Russell ........ 0 W. ...

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

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

Australian Cash Orders Ltd, 351-7 Pitt street, Sydney (Four Doors Below Water Board) Phone: M 6074 (21ines) Cash Orders for Everything SBO City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper)

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LIVERPOOL B. v GLENFIELD. Played at Liverpool. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

LIVERPOOL B. v GLENF1ELD. Played at Liverpool. LIVERPOOL. D. Smith, c and b Piggott .. .. 21 T. Mciiiinery, c and b riggott .. 0 li. Smiui, run out 21 K. Wycn, b caies 1 D. Urmison, b Uales 14 li. Jones, b W. Jackson 30 A. Hill, b W. JacKson 11 I. Marsden, b W. Jackson .... 1 R. Laing, b W. Jackson 0 R. Saunders, not out 6 E. Biddle, b W. Jackson .... 2 Sundries 12 Total ..125 Bowjing: C. Piggott, 2-62; R. Jackson, 0.25, C. Cales, 2-25; W. Jackson, 5-15. GLENFIELD. W. Mcllveen, run out 15 N. Blinman, b J. Jones 10 R. Jackson b L. Jones 12 C. Cale run out 16 W. Jackson, c and b Saunders 1 \V. Blinman, run out 4 F. Blinman, l.b.w., b Saunders 1 C. Piggott, c and b Saunders . . 1 A. Blinman, c and b Saunders .. 4 G. Buckley, not out 1 J. Jones, b Saunders 0 Sundries 4 Total 100 Bowling: D. Grimson, 0-15; A. Hill, 0-25; L. Jones, 2-27; R. Saun ders, 5-18; D.Smith, 0-16.

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CRICKET BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

BEST PERFORMANCES. B. UKAUE. Batting. S. Rainbow, wetnerul Park .. 40 W. Jackson, Glentield .. . . . . R. Learmonth, Fairfield Juniors iff M. McJNamara, Cabramatta not out . 38 M. Belcher, Guildford a« h. Jones, Liverpool 30 W. WaiKer, Yvewierill Park J. Davie, uundlOrd SSi Bowling. S. Rainbow, Wevnerui Park -4 8-26 i>. liutsseii, f airueid West .. .. 0-'i C. Hartley, Canley Vale .. .. 6-28 V. J\oonan, Cabramatta .. .. 6-14 W. Jackson, ingleburn .. .. 6-15 R. Saunders, Liverpool .. .. 6-18 F. Uough, Guildford 4-lo H. Bull, Fairfield West . . .. 4-IV

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

l|ip| I . r if Ware-street, RADIO AMD ri. WlLOUn, Fairfield ELECTRICAL GREETINGS NEW YEAR,1929. Radio anc^'SGlectrical Supplies Distributors for all Radio and Electrical Appliances, at this New Year, tell you of the pleasure they receive through their business relations with you and, on behalf of Mr. Wilson, wish you and yours a Prosperous New Year. May he help you to increase prosperity and goodwill in the coming year. WARE STREET, FAIRFIELD. NEW YEAR I.. 1929. PHILLIPS TRICKLE CHARGER. XB attractive in appearance, rugged in construction, and ot small dimensions. It works automatically. Each time you switch your set off the charging of the "A" Battery commences, at just a correct rate to replace during idle hours the current you have taken out while your set has been in use. Absolutely no attention jg necessary; and there are no acids, no moving parts, and abso lutely no noise nor danger. Thus your "A" Battery is always kept at "peak"-not overcharged, not undercharged, and uninterr...

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BROADCASTING. A YEAR'S BROADCASTING. PROGRESS IN 1928. N.S.W. GOES AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 12 January 1929

BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). A YEAR'S BROADCASTING. PROGRESS IN 1928. N.S.W. GOES AHEAD. The year 1928 may be fairly look ed upon as perhaps the most import ant in the history of broadcasting since its inception in Australia. Par ticularly to the State of New South Wales docs the fact apply, as the year has been one of outstanding progress so far as New South Wales is concerned. A glance at the figures as supplied by the Postmaster Gen eral's Department, shows that the year 1928 opened with, in round fig ures 72,000 licenses in force in N.S.W. and on present appearance the year will close with a total ap proximating 92,000 registrations. The gain of 20,000 set owners is the best answer to critics of broadcast ing in New South Wales. A further interesting fact is that the total increase in licenses in New South Wales- is more than two to one of that for the rest of Australia for the year just closing. The policy has been to ijnake avai...

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