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LIVERPOOL. LAST OF BACHELOR DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

LIVERPOOL. LAST OF BACHELOR |>Am ' " , jot Me, :Te#8^J>.wry, of LlverpooI.metin iheiupp of tJ»eT PicturePalace onTbuwday night, between SO , and 40/being, ?present. ?< - '* * - "? ^' On SaturdayMr.Bradbury Is to be' weddedto Mies Ada Steinson, eo his remainingjmchelpr days are few. Mr. Hugh Watt presided, end gaye the toast of "The King.*' The giiest was then called by wire less from the city, and received, con gratulations and good wishes for hi*, future happiness. Mr. Basil Paiill and his brother Lance sang- solos, and Mr. Joe Main8bridge gave a recitation. Mr. Vince Quinn, rendered » monologue. The iuest was duly "toasted," in conjunction with his bride-to-be, this task falling to the lot of Mr. Basil Paull. The rcBt of the evening was spent in music and general enjoyment, many others (too numerous to mention) contributing to the musical programme, NURSES' QUARTERS. Tenders have been called for the crection of the new nurses' quarters at Liverpool State Hospital,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

CABRA-VALE PRESBPTERIAN CHURCH. Mr. G. McLean, Presbyterian min iter, is fortunate in securing the jrvicee of the Famous Robertson oncert Party, direct from Scotland, 1 aid of the building fund. This mm>ub concert party have been do ig their home town for the benefit C the Presbyterian Churches, before saving for Australia, and are spoken f in the highest terms, vide press uttings. On their arrival, they im. lediately got in touch with their old chool mate Mrs. Dunbar, who is a. lcmber of the Guild here, and proff rcd their services, which were tiankfully received and will be avail d of on Thursday, February 7, 1929 i a grand Scotch concert at the Sabramatta Picture Palace, assisted y local artists, this is to enable them o reach their home by train the ame night. Booit your by adrertti ag in "The Bit" Newspaper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

GREETINGS NEW YEAR,1929. Radio and Electrical 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 . 1929, PHILLIPS TRICKLE CHARGER. Is attractive in appearance, rugged in construction, and of 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 out while your set has been in use. Absolutely no attention is 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 uninterrupted enjoyment of Radio. . The* novel switching device provided will in one positio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

TENDERS. Tenders closing Jan. 26, are invit ed for supply of the following: One Load ashes. One Load Road Metal 1" One Load Sand. One Load Sandstocks. 12 Bags Portland Cement. All items to be priced separately. A.' PACHER, Fairfield West "Whirlwind" Petrol Savers. STOPS WASTE. Thousands of Car Owners are hav^ ing the "Whirlwand" installed, &8 soon as they learn what it will do for them. Can be purchased from M. CAMERON, TH£ QRg$CfiNT FAlRFlSLp. ,

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CABRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

CABRAMATTA. The Cabramatta Crickct Club on Monday night passed a motion of condolence to be conveyed to the re latives of the late Mr. William Ross. Mies. Doris Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Joyce, of Cabramatta, has been appointed to Canley Vale School. Miss Joyce has been 9 years from home and recently has been on the staff of the Rural District School Lismore. The Cabramatta electricity fund is in the happy position of havintr paid aii its accounts excepting the railway account which has not yet come to hand. The overdraft is £339/10/2 so that the fund is in a better position than ever before. The trees at Cabramatta Railway Station have just been clipped, giv ing them a more presentable ap pearance. SHOULD ALDERMEN WORK ON SUNDAYS. When Aid Watts jokingly sug gested at Monday night's meeting of Cabra-Vale Council that the inspec tion of a certain site be made on Sunday week, in view of the Satur day being Anniversary Day. the idea did not appeal to the aldermen. Sun day is ...

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QUESTIONS BY ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

QUESTIONS BY ALDERMEN. At Tuesday night's meeting of Fairfield Council, Aid. Tooker asked for attention to the "dip" at the cul vert in Polding-street, which was promised. . Aid. Gillies requested that drink ing troughs be cleaned out, as the water in them was not fit to drink in their present state. Aid. Tooker asked if the Parra matta-Sntithfield bu shad not to ttart .from the police station, and the May or said he would inquire into the matter. In reply to Aid. Brocklehurst, the cost of the recent municipal elec tions, was given at £171-consider ably less than the previous one.-Aid. Gillies: "And with better results-" The Mayor told-Ald. Tooker the St 1 Elmo drain wotild be taken right ; alAW. Burleigh was told that the 1 ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

Murray Bros. (Parramatta) LIMITED Summer Sale NOW ON \ ! MURRAY BROS. (Parramatta) LIMITED t CABRAM ATT A. PICTURE PALACE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1929 8 p.nC Grand Scotch Concert By the FAMOUS ROBERTSON CONCERT PARTY. Direct from Scotland, a&s/Fied by local artists. In aid of Building Fund Cabra-Valc Presbyterian Church. Tickets: 3/6 and If. Children half price. Reserved seats 6d extra. Box plan at Joyce's Newsagent,Cabramatta. .1. F. HARDY, Hon. Sec. MONSTER EUCHRE PARTY. Will be held in CRESCENT THEATRE, FAIRFIELD. on Monday, January 21. Ladiea Prixe*. Gents' Prize*. 1st-Seagrass Chair. 1st-Scagrass Chair. 2nd-Seagrass Chair. 2nd-Seugrass Chair. 3rd-Seagrass Chair. 3rd-Seagrass Chair. 4th-Seagrass Chair. 4th-Scagrass Chair. 5th-6 Tins Fruit. 5th-6 Tins Fruit. 6th-C&ke. 6th-Cake. Imr DON'T FORGET THIS DATE Point Scorc Competition. E. CHRISTENSEN, Proprietor. J. E. GRADY, Organiser. AUCTION SALE. AUCTION SALE. Home of Furniture CANLEY VALE Under Instructions from Mil. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

METHODIST CHURCH. The adherents will be looking for ward to a r'.easant evening at the Fairfield Methodist Church next Sunday evening when an old friend, Mr. Doe, ex-M.L.A., will give an ad dress on "God's Jewels." Mr. Doe, who has spent many years in public life, is an able speak er and his words on the occasion of hie last visit here were much apprec iated. Another old favorite, Mr. Jack Gilding, will also be here and his fine singing, together with items by the choir should prove a'pleasure to a.11. The message given;J>y pre&cher and singer should reach ~tbe hearts sf all friendB, to whom is extended n hearty welcome. CHILDREN'S Shoes in great variety it Coleehtn'*, The Crescent Fairfield.

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Liverpool Court. SEVERAL LOCAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

Liverpool Court. SEVERAL LOCAL CASES. At Liverpool Court on Thursday, beforo Mr. Gibson, P.M., there was a long list of minor offenceB, and sevoral of more interesting character. Children's cases (not publishable) were also numerous. William Herbert Pike forfeited his 10/ recognisance, for drunkenness on Sounthern Road, Liverpool, and £6 for using indecent language at the Crossroad Hotel. Charles Thomas Green, for being found drunk in the Crescent, Fair field, forfeited 10/ recognisance. Henry Edgar Carter was fined £2 for using indecent language in Smart-street, Fairfield. John Young was found drunk on Fairfield railway station, an8"*for feited 10/ recognisance. Herbert George Delaney used in decent language in Fairfield Park, and the offence cost him £2. PICKED UP BATTERY. William Fraser (69) was chargcd with knowingly having in his custody a battery, valued at £4/5, reason ably suspected of having been stolen. Police evidence, given by Con stable Thompson, was to, the effect that...

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CANLEY VALE. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

CANLEY VALE. PRESENTATION. On Thursday night, at a social everting in the Masonic Hal), the members of the*Canleyl Vale P. and C. Association entertained Mr. and Mrs. O'Neil, and handed a present to each of theiA. Mr. O'Neil is an ex-chool-teacher of Canley Vale, now stationed at Newcastle. He was given a smoker's outfit and a pair of military brushes, whilst MJ\j. O'Neil received a pair of cut-glass vases. A.fuller report will be receiv ed £ot next issue. Mr. O'Neil's place at Canley Vale is being filled by Mr. Lawless. PERSONAL. Allan, the 3-year-old son of Mvc. P. Knight, of Canley Vale, died on Monday and was buried in the church of England cemetery at Liverpool on Tuesday. Mr. P. S. Light, secretary of the Canley Vale P. and C. Association, has been enjoying his annual holi days and has resumed duties. The usual monthly meeting of the P. and C. Association will not be held this month, on account of the school holidays. The 2-year-old boy, Leslie Fawcett who was lost in the scru...

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PERSONAL THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

PERSONAL THE KING. There iB continued satisfaction at the King's condition. Progress is ex trcmely Slow and tedious. On December 22, at Granville, Miss Lillian Annetta Hubcr, young er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Huber, of "Alexa," John-st., Cabra matta, was married to Mr. G. O. Funnell, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Newcombe, of "Oalstock," Bigge-st., Liverpool. Their future home will be Northbridge. Mr. and Mrs. ' H. Denipsey, of Smart-st, Fairfield, who arc still on holidays, at Woy Woy, have been joined by Mr. and Mrs. A. Dempscy, Ben., of Hamilton-road, also Miss Tesse Kelly, of Fairfield. The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. H. V. Tharby) has consented to of ficially open the St John's Park Show on February 9. Mrs. Geo. Anderson, of Granville, died suddenly on Monday last, at the age of 62 years. A husband and grown-up family survive.

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Public Works. BY FAIRFIELD COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

Public Works. BY FAIRFIELD COUNCIL. The Standing Committee of Public Works, recommended to Tuesday night's meeting of Fairfield Council. That council approve of the erec tion of a suitable direction board at the intersection of Carrington-st., and the Woodvillc-Southern-road, to be approved by the Mayor, and por tion of the cost (not exceeding half) to be borne by council. That council defer consideration of the request by J. Y. Bell for the diversion of storm water until after arrangements had been made for pro fessional advice respecting drainage and other matters. That council inform C. Bains bridge the work of clearing the scrub from portion of Madeline-st., would be put in hand as soon as he was prepared to commence the erection of his proposed building for a dwelling. / That council leave in the Mayor's hand the matter of clearing the un dergrowth from Chateworth and Sackville streets, as requested by E. R. Charliese. That council take up the row of pipes placed under the road...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

w AUU X AOlVi ATTRACTIVE CLEARANCE SALE THIS SATURDAV JANUARY, 1®. at 2.3f) p.m. SHEEHY & Co., under instructions from MRS. MOULDER, will sell on the premises, "Mlbyn," Bolton-Pt., GLILDFORD, opo. Fire Station, Gu:'dford,'- 1 SfPERlOB HOlffiEHOIiD FURNI TURE, including jMaplo Suit, D.lt. Table and Dinner Waggon, Oatc Beds and "Washstands, jNew Sewing Ma chine Seagrass dhaira, New Lino. Squares, K?w Wide Couch, and liai, trosfi, Crockery, Glassware, Kitchen equipment, Lawn Mower, etc., etc. A "good lot, beifc . new and well choeen. T SHEEHY A CO., AUCTIONEERS. Opto* Station GuUdfirti. U.Wfl 8QB4.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

> 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 ARTO HOSE, Good shades, all sizes 5/11. S^LE PRICE, 2/11. 20 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, 10Jd. SALE PRICE, CSd. 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, 10£d. SALE PRICE, 8Jd. * LADIES' COTTON SINGLETS, without sleeves, usual price 1/2. SALE PRICE 113d. TABLE DAMASK, a good quality for kitchcn wear, 60 in. wide, 1/9. SALE PRICE, 1/3. BRITISH VOILES, in all the present Season's Designs and Colorings, 2/11. SAL^C PRICE, 2/3. LINOLEUMS, 2 yards wide, Designs Suitable for any compartment, our price, 7/11. SALE PRICE 7/2. UNBLEA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

All Classes of Poultry Bought for Cash. Lorry Calls Everywhere Ring, Write, or Call. Phone, UW 9473 L. Alcorn GROCER, POULTERER, PRODUCE AND FUEL MERCHANT GUILDFORD ROAD, GUILDFORD 1 have an Up-to-date Clean Stock of Groceries and Stock only the Best Brands CUSTOMERS ARE WAITED ON DAILY And Orders are Delivered Same Day as Received FULL 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 Asitnus' 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 Ho...

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Fairfield Municipal Council. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

Fairfield Municipal Council. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING Tho Mayor (AW, Clancy) presid ed at Tuesday night's meeting of Fairfield Council, and also present were Alderinc Burleigh, Sharpc, Brocklehurst, King, Anderson, Gillies Tooker and Stimson. MAYOR'S MINUTES. The Mayor submitted six minutes . dealing with the following matters: General Fund "General fund has a limit of over draft of £.'1000, and on the 1st in stant was overdrawn to the extent of £2979/19/8. I find that, while gen eral fus.ri is overdrawn to the extent quoted, the limit named in the Act has not been reached, and further that other funds have a credit o. £10,452/10/4. I propose therefore that application be made to the bank for an overdraft of £4000 on general fund, such overdraft to be reduced to £3000 previously to June 30, 1929. ' The Mayor explained that the proposal would tide the council over the next few months, until the rates came in. Aid. Anderson moved the adoption of the reeommendntion, which was the only b...

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A POOR AIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

A POOR AIM. "I Bee you have a sign in your window 'we aim to please'," remark ed the irritated customer. "Yes," replied the shopkeeper, "that is our motto." "Well," retorted the customer, "take iriy advice and remove the cord until you have had a little target practice."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

MEN'S WHITE CANVAS LACE SHOES, crept soles, ftom 5/11. COLECHIN'S, The Crescent. FAIR FIELD. FAIRFIELD SCHOOL OF ARTS Support Your Local Institute All Sort* of Games Billiards, Cards, Draughts, Chess, Dominoes, Etc. Up-to-date Library Subscription Gents, 2/6 Quarter; Ladies, 2/6 Widows, Wives and Daughters of Members 1 /6 per quarter H. L. GIBB, President A. D. HODGINS, Sec. Phone: Liv. 178 MISSES WHYFOON. (Late of Farmer and Co.) COSTUMIERES and MILLINERS 303 3rd Floor, Rawson Chambers. Rawson Placc, SYDNEY. and Bridge Buildings DALE STREET, FAIRFIELD HIGH-CLASS WORK IN THE LATEST MODES. Also Knife, Box and French Pleat ing done, and Buttons covered. ALL WOBK GUARANTEED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

M. J. WORTH, Ladies and Gents'Hairdresser CABRAMATTA ROAD Opp. Post Office CLEANLINESS AND CIVILITY All Toilet Requisites Stocked ,2 First Class Billiard Tables Tournaments Conducted Regularly Fishing Tackle. AGENT FOR Speedwell Cyles , and Accessories "THE BIZ!' ACCOUNTS. Wc would remind our clients that our account!, a^e strictly monthly. > Our prices are fixed ta thkt basis, we can keep them at the reasonable level adopted.

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FAIRFIELD'S POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 19 January 1929

FAIRFIELD'S POPULATION. The Fairfield police have just com pleted the taking of a ccnsus return for the patrol district under their supervision. The present population is shown to be 6,850.

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