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FAIRFIELD FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
FAIRFIELD FOOTBALLERS. A very pleasant "smoko" was held in the Fairfield School of Arts on Saturday night last, under the presi dency of Mr. Joe Hey. Not an idle moment was allowed, and those pre sent thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and the night will long be remem bered. Visitors from head League were present, and spoke in glowing terms of the achievements of the Fairfield Club. Songs, recitatinos and sleight-of-hand tricks were features of the evening. Taken altogether, last Saturday was one of the best evenings spent by "the boys" for many a day. During an interval, gold medals were presented to the following play ers:--S. Palmer, R. Palmer, T. Haw kins, W. Plunkett, J. Hey,-' D. Hey, H. Ross, J. Connelly C. Watt, F. Lehmann, C. Britten, L. Morris, D. Jones, J. Nash, R. Lewis, W. Ham mer.
GOOD PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
'GOOD PRINTING Mr. Business Man, do you get all your printing done locally? "The Biz" can execute all the printing re quired in the district where It circu lates, and asks to be given the oppor tunity of doing so. The workman ship is guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
RETURN THANKS. Mr, James Lawrence and Family, of Smithfield, desire to return sin cere thanks to Sister E. Purdon, of Randwick, also Dr. Hamilton, of Fairfield, and all friends, for ex pressions of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave ment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
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ST. JOHN'S PARK P. AND C "HI THERE" [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
ST. JOHN'S PARK P. AND C ""HI THERE" The Mother's Club in connection with the public school at St. John's Park are holding a monster village lair on the school grounds at St. John's Park to-morrow (Saturday) The proceeds are to be devoted to Christmas tree festival for the chil dren, and general school fund. A iong and varied programme in con nection with the village fair has been arranged. A penny polishing contest will be held, for an alumin ium ketchen tea set. School children are to be catered for with sporting events.; a nail-driving competition for ladies, hoop-la, refreshments, lucky dips, produce and other stalls have been arranged. A real live Gipsy fortune teller will be there one of the original type of olden days, who can read the past and foretell the future like an open book. Altogether, the village fair will prove the greatast event of its kind that the district has seen. Mrs. McGregor is president, Mrs. Gill treasurer and Mrs. White the untiring secretary, and there ...
FAIRFIELD MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
FAIRFIELD MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS (Contributed). Gradually the candidates are com ing into the firing line. There arc quite a number we ar led to be lieve who are still in the doubtful stage. To the names mentioned in a previous issue must be added that of Mr. Dunstan, who contested last election. Ex-Aldermen Brocklmist and Sharpe spoke at Carramar on Wednesday last. Their next hop is to Wetherill Park this Friday itig'it. Bossley to-morrow night. N'oxt week East Fairfield on Monday, West on Wednesday and Sptr.ifi. !d on Friday. As the Governni.'nt have the Local Governnint niatvr still under discussion, an 1 makm; all reasonable allowance?, the >s'je will be conducted on th' original decision of adult franchise.
Federal Elections MR. ROWE AT HORNSBY (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
Federal Elections MR. ROWE AT HORNSBY (Contributed). Mr. Rowe, the endorsed Labor candidate for Parramatta, addressed a large meeting in the Masonic Hall,, at Hornsby on Monday, 29th. inst. In his remarks^ he said Labor or was not opposed in principle to the immigration to Australia of prospec tive citizens from Great Britain; but it is most unfair, in view of the fact that thousands of our own citizens are unemployed and walking the streets, vainly in search of work. "Knowing the resources of Aus tralia," he said, "I maintain that the bulk of our requirements in metal and other goods, for which we have the raw material, should be made by labor in Australia. Furth ermore, we should insist upon the fullets possible utilisation of our greatest national asset-wool. It can, and should be, used to build the greatest woollen industry in the world. Our wool should be made the means of ending unemployment." Mr. Rowe said that -never had a Federal Government been guilty of such wanton waste ...
CABRAMATTA METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
CABRAMATTA METHODIST CHURCH The trustees of the Caliramatta Methodist Church are conducting the opening ceremony of their new kind ergarten hall next Saturday at "3 p.m. The official ceremony is to be conducted by Mrs. W. McCrae and the dedication address will be deliv ered by Rev. W. Depne, M.A., B.D. Other speakers will be Mr. S. K. Bowden, M.H.R., Rev. H. S. Bowden, and Rev. G. W. Johnston. Spccial musical items will be rendered by visiting and local artists. Afternoon tea will be served at a charge of 1/. Rev. G. W. Johnston will conduct an Armistice service in the above church, next Sunday morning at 10.45.
FAIRFIELD CIRCUIT METHODIST CHURCHES ARMISTICE DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
FAIRFIELD CIRCUIT METHO DIST CHURCHES ARMISTICE DAY Next Sunday, November 11, being Armistice Day, special services will be conducted in all the above churches. The morning services will commence at 10.45 instead of 11, the usual time. The two minutes' sil ence will be observed at two minutes to eleven. All intending worship pers are requested to note change of time of morning service. At the Fairfield church a special Armistice 6crvice will be conducted nt the evening service by Rev. G. W. Johnston. Special anthems will be rendered by the choir under the con ductorship of Mr. J. Davis. Mr. Morley Johnson will probably be present, and will sing suitable solos. The local company of Girl tGuides, under the care of Miss O'Donnell, and the Fairfield Troop of Boy Scouts under Scout-master Wilcox, are expected to be present.
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION The Grand Council ol Progress Associations held their general meet ing in the West Fairfield Progress Hall on November 2. The seven en dorsed Progress candidates who are running in the forthcoming elections were present. Favourable reports were given by various Progress Asso ciations referring to progress made in support to candidates. The Grand Council intends making every post a winning post, well knowing how the electors have been badly treated in the past. So Elec tors should vote - for aldermen who will give you justice, and the Pro gress candidates are sure to do that. The last council was waseful The present one bad, So vote for the progress seven, And you'll always be glad. Candidates are:-Aid. H. A. Clancy, Aid. W. Stimson, Messrs. J. F. Hankin. C. Tooker, J. Burleigh, H. King. R. T. Gillies.-Contributed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
>TED DRAPER is streets, Ffairfield jaANY PATRONS IN FAIRFIELD AND ipPH^ $WING TO THE PRESSURE TO EXTEND HER PREMISES. JMPLETE, AND YOU ARE CORDIALLY i SO SEE THE NEW STOCKS OF IQSffiRY, MILLINERY, it DRAPERY, And BABIES' WEAR. .iN .ADDITION Double Green Coupons WILL BE GIVEN FOR TWO WEEKS, COMMENCING FROM . FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. - HEMSTITCHING DONE ON THE PREMISES REMOVAL NOTICE. t L. DOWRIES' BOOT AND MERCERY PALACE, is now situated at ' WARE STREET. FAIRFIELD ' (NEXT TO COUNCIL CHAMBERS). YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT ? THESE MODERN . PREMISES AND TO SEE THE NEW STOCKS OF Mercery, Hats,. Boots and Clothing TO CELEBRATE THE OPENING, WE ARE GIVING Double Green Coupons FOR TWO WEEKS, COMMENCING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 St. John's Park Agricultural Bureau 10th Show FEBRUARY 8 & 9,1929 IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, ST. JOHN S PARK Trophies and Ribbons in Standard and Utility Poultry, Pigeons, Fruit, Flowers, Vegetables, Home-mades and Needle and Fancy Work A. F. CAMtClN, Hon. Sec. B...
RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' LEAGUE A very enthusiastic meeting of the returned solders and sailors of the Fail-field district was held on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Hadfield, assistant general secretary, outlined the objects of the League, and a sub branch was formed, the following officers being appointed:-President Mr. W. Berrinian; vice-presidents, Messrs. Torry Edwards and E. W. J. Covby; trustees, Messrs. W. "W. James, C. U. Strachan, J. Matheson. committee, Messrs. J. Spence, A. E. Gough, \V. V. Lavender, L. Blom field, R. Forsyth; hon. treasurer, Aid C. W. Oal ;es; hon. secretary, Mr. L. J. Kelly. It is expected from the enthusiasm displayed that this branch will be one of the strongest in the State. Poppy Day Appeal. This will be conducted under the auspices of the League with the valuable assistance of a strong and representative com mittee of ladies headed by the May oress. The noble objects of the ap peal are well known.
YENNORA (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
YENNORA (Contributed). The 6th was the anniversary of the opening of "Ycnora" Railway station, which was one year old on that date. Wc who live in the Sur roundings of "Yenora" think Mr. McCredlc sincerely for his efforts in attaining this station. It is just wha the ratepayers wanted. "Yenora," in the Alio language, means "to walk" and the ratepayers of that part had for a considerable time to walk to both FairfU'ld and Guildford station. This walk was very incon venient in wet weather as everyone knows Fairfield Municipaglity has a name for bad roads especially at "Sprinfield" and "Yenora." So we fiend our greeting to Mr. McCredie.
B GRADE 2nd DIVISION FAIRFIELD IONIC v CAMPBELLTOWN Played at Fairfield. CAMPBELLTOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
B GRADE 2nd DIVISION FAIRFIELD IONIC v CAMPBELL TOWN Played at Fairfield. CAMPBELLTOWN S. Y. Allen, run out 0 12. Scdguwick c Horn b R. Bax ter 59 N. Tuck c Horn b R. Baxter . . 0 T. Nash c and b Horn 70 G. Longhurst c Upton b Horn 0 J. Howell b Horn 5 G. Nicoll l.b.w. Horn 15 N. Rudd b Horn 1 R. Nicolas c Bater b Horn . . 0 K. King not out 2 Y. Inman b Horn 0 Sundries 3 Total 155. Bowling: R. Baxter, 2-00; E. Upton, 0-4-1; A. Hodgens, 0-29; R. Horn, 7-13; R. Gates, 0-5. R. Horn was the star performer of this match,', by taking 7 for 13 and taking 2 splendid catches be sides. IONIC R. Baxter l.b.w. Nash 53 J. Anthony, not out 40 H. Tipton, b J. Howell . . .... 10 A. Hodgens c Tuck b Howell . . 10 W. Baxter, c King b Nash .... 1 L. Baxter, b Nash 2 R. Horn not out 1 Sundries B Total 118. Bowling: J. Howell, 2-35; J. Longhurst.. 0-25; J. Nash, 3-25; E. Nicol, 0-2S.
FASHION TO-DAY Sports Ensembles for the Holiday Month. BOWS AND PLEATS FUCHSIA, RED AND WHITE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
llfT- . J - i."!?? . . . IT, Vi.Hi II / FASHION TO-DAY Spoi >rts Ensembles for the Holiday Month. ^ (By Barbara WinSlow.) BOWS AND PLEATS Are very modish trimmings, and this three-piece needs no other ad ornment to its simplicity. Made of light, fine-woven wool in orange rust, this suite will prove useful for summer sports occasions. The full length coat is becoming a feature of the three-piece ensemble. FUCHSIA, RED AND WHITE Is the novel colour scheme of this flannel suit. The pleating of the belt is new, ami so is the use of colour in the side pleats of the skirt The hat, of novel and alluring shape, is of fuchsia and white felt this completing the ensemble. Holidays mean plenty of the type of clothes referred to as sports en sembles. The variety of clothes used for sports clothes-linen, silk, wool make them so suitable for a period when every kind of weather must be provided for. The three fabrics may be combined in the same en semble. Two of them are almost certain to be. An...