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INDUCTION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
INDUCTION SERVICE. The induction of Rev. H. E. Rogers as rector of the Fairfield C. of E. Parish, took place on Monday night last. Rev. S. M. Johnston, B.A.,. performed the ceremony, as sisted by Rev. Mr. Poole, of Guild ford. Members .of Fairfield Choir assisted the Smithfiefild Choir in the service. The church was crowded. The Rural Dean gave an impressive address. A welcome was later held in the Church Hall, Mr. Ralph Robin son presiding. The speakers were the Rural . Dean, . Rev. Mr. Poole, Rev. G. Johnston (Fairfield Metho dist), and the chairman, Rev. H. E. Rogers suitably acknowledged the welcome.'
St John's Park Show. TO BE OPENED BY MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
St John's Park Show. TO BE OPENED BY MINISTER. It is certainly news to the good folk of the district that the Rev. Hon. H. V. Thorby, the Minister for Agri culture has promised to visit our township on February 6 and offic ially open the show. This is the first time that such an honor has been bestowed on the Bur eau, and if it does happen to be 'un fortunate that the season has not been too kind, it is to be hoped that residents will do their utmost to make the show as big as possible. The running of a successful show in the face of hardships, Is likely to have considerable effect on the pow ers that be when representations are made for consideration of matters affecting our township. As mention ed previously, the poultry and pig eon sections appear likely to be record ones, both for quantity and quality, but we realise the ladies can do a lot in their classes to make up the difficulty in fruit and vegetable sections. If the ladies (as we feel sure they will) support the home made ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
DRAPER FAIRFIELD, MILLINERY SPECIALS 8ea8y-to-Wew^traw Hats, in Colours, also Black, 7/11 each. ®re Smart uji-to-date Styles; we have only a limited quantity and cannot, repeat. : t? Wear Hats, Untrimmed, Smart Styles, comfortable fittings, V* in assorted colors and black 3/11 each. &&EGE JPANAJB^A HATS, Trimmed and untrimmed, 6/11 and 8/11 afed Millinery-See our Windows.. Our stocks are fresh and our iJRrfceBs s&eiin. ^EClAiLtSE IN MOURNING ORDERS, INCLUDING FROCKS. ^Cw^lie^hene, guaranteed fast colours 10/11 yard. all Silk Crepe de Chene, 40" wide, 8/11 yard fjl Silke -Crepe de Chene, 40" 4/11 and 5/6 yards. lAtw|>0 Fuji Silk 29" wide 2/11 yardB. |atMfcaI ' Fuji Silk 29" wide excellent quality 2/3, 2/6, and 2/11 yd. Pttftyjiilk, Neat pencil stripes, 6/11 yard. plob^Fuji Silk, Pinks, Pale Blues 2/11 yard. ftish Fuji 1/8 yard, every colourincluding Navy and Black. ftdeleBs Linens l/ll yards, every colour. studies tad Children's undervests, 1/ 1/3, 1/6, 1/9...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
AXM^nlian Cash Order* Ltd. jj. 3BI-7 Pitt street, Sydney , (Four Doors Below WaterBoard) Phflu^ M 6074 (21ine>) ; »- i- ?? 'f. -- " . Cash Orders for Everything 650 City and Local Shops to Select from 7. Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms .« (Mention this MEN'S BOJt CAL* ,*v DERBY SALS, S OIM, ? V. '' CflUfilHt'S THE CRpSCENT Fairfield
"WE OBJECT.' [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
"WE OBJECT.' The Woodville Ratepayers' Asso ciation, and the Pendle-Hill-Girra ween Ratepayers and Electors' Asso ciation of Holroyd, both wrote to the Holroyd Council objecting to the decision to transfer portion of the loan monies allocated to Old Prospect Road, to Pitt-street, Merrylands, and asking for re-consideration of the matter. The latter association stated that the objection had been forward ed to the Local Government Depart ment. Aid. Rainbow said he had been against t)ie transfer at last meeting'. He considered the £50,000 loan had been fairly allocated in the first place. Pitt-strqet was certainly bad, but not as bad as Old Prospect Road. He gave notice of motion that the money be re-allotted to Old Pros pect Road. Aid. Maunder wanted to see Pitt street attended to, while Aid. Jones l ibo put in a strong plea for Pitt-st. Aid. Shaw moved that the writers be informed . that £1780 would be allotted to Pitt-street and £500 to Old Prospect Road, being of the opin ion that ...
"EXEMPTIONS." [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
"EXEMPTIONS." At Granville Council meeting on Tuesday, Aid. Stanton presented a notice of motion as follows:-"That, where separate parcels of land hav ing an area of less than 4000 square feet now in existence are re-subdiv ided into new parcels having a greater area than the original par cels, the council's resolution, passed on 14th March 1922, fixing 4000 square feet as the minimum size of on allotment' of land upon which a dwelling house may be erected, shall not apply."-The motion was carried.
STRAYING STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
STRAYING STOCK H. Harries complained to' Ho'lroyd Council that straying stock had dam aged his fruit trees and. garden, and it was decided to leave the matter of .dealing with the nuisance in the Mayors hands. It was considered inadvisable to malce public the officer's hours of duly. If "The Bis" Newtpaper suita you, recommend it to your frtenda.
SQUARING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
SQUARING ACCOUNTS. Twenty-five thousand hens perish ed during: the recent hot spell-and eggs will probably be worth more. News item. The hen that laid the golden egg was sitting in the sun. And to her rooster friend she cried: "My race is nearly run. The rain keeps off, the heat keeps on, and I am all undone " The poultry man disconsolately walked around his pens, And with a mournful eye surveyed the hordes of prostrate hens. The eggs he used to check in scores, he now must count in tens. The poultry-farmer scratched his head: "The price must v&lt;ump," said he, "And eggs that once were one and six, must now be two and three." (For he must keep his ledger square and cut the loss, you see). The housewife walked into the shop and to the grocer said: "A dozen eggs at one and six"-the shopman shook his head: "These eggs are better quality since many hens are dead. "The egg that costs three ha-pence, it may keep a "kid" alive, But one at tuppence farthing it will cause a man to t...
Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
Note» and CommenU It It within the scope of a compar atively young man's remembrance when i be courthuubo at Liverpool presented a respectable appearance. To-day wild weeds thrive around the front door, ant1, over the Inter vening space to the frant entrance gate. From the crevices in the path way blades of grass struggle feebly towards Jl.o light The walls are tic naixts of the lizard tribe. In fact, the building resembles an uninhabit «d "pub," delicenwd because of its anRtrcss for the p'UMse. But lh«, decrees of justice issued from within at least modern, md in keeping with those of the higher courts. In thousand, upon' thousands of cases the law has been vindicated in this old buildings-cases are taken from nuny centres to Liverpool. There is something historic about the placc said to be the work of convicts. 'Ihe canvicts have passed and their good work stands neglected. But "con victions" are still part and parcel of Liverpool court house. . . . Another historic landmark, said...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
SUBSCRIBE TO "THE BIZ" NEWSPAPER. 4/ Per Year in Advance. Delivered to your house where pouible. commencing February 1, 1929. lids is the opportunity for Readers to make cer tain ofsecurmg copies of the paper-it can be definitely ordered and delivery arranged for. If not within the area of delivery by the office or newsagents, delivery by post can be arranged for, by adding 2/6 per annum. There are many requirements of the district be tween Granville and Liverpool, ;and Lidcombe and Cabram&tta, which require agitation to secure dne recognition, and "The Biz" is willing to do Its ut most possible to secure these, but the practical sup port of every reader is necessary to accomplish tins objective. If you wish the district to have a worthy news paper to boost its claims, subscribe to "The Biz." STUDY APPEARANCE ! Favorably Impress Your Clients. Have your stationery neatly printed-it will be your best 'traveller." "The Biz" Newspaper office can fulfil) all job printing requirem...
BROADCASTING. CHURCH BROADCASTS. Clergyman's Strong Views [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
BROADCASTING. (Conducted by M. Wilson. Radio Stores, Ware*street, Fairfield). CHURCH BROADCASTS. Clorg jrm»n'» Strong Viewi The controversy in New South WaleB as to the desirability of re placing some of the, church service broadcasts by services conducted in the studio was dying down, but has been wakened up by a listener at Lisarow who says that the buildings from which the church transmissions are taken are almost all excellent from the point of view -of radio. In his opinion, if the church services were eliminated listeners would lose a wealth of magnificent music, par ticularly organ muBic which could not be replaced. Although the clergy in New South Wales seem almost united against the proposal, many listeners welcome the idea and a great number have written to ,the New South Wales Broadcasting Company to say as much. A man at Helensburgh voices the sentiment of others when he says: "I have read the statements made by sundry of the clergy whose narrow outlook on the world is r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
WOODS* HALF-YEARLY SALE! M 5L M-md 'Mmmmt . * LAST WEEK OF SALE (Ends on 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. 60 doz. BOND'S SILK ARTO 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, 10Jd. 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, 10id. SALE PRICE, 8&d. LADIES' COTTON SINGLETS, without sleeves, usual price 1/2. SALE PRICE HSd. TABLE DAMASK, a good quality for kitchen wear, 60 in. wide, 1/9 SALE PRICE, 1/3. 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 PRICE ...
Liverpool Council. TUESDAY'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
TUESDAY'S MEETING - ? Liverpool Council met on Tueo 1 »y night, those - in; attendance being Aldermen Blatehell &lt; Mayor) Bill, Fitepatrick, Bird, Welfare Chapman, We1)Bter,0'&lt;Jrady»ndSchoH.;'-TAere wereapologies from Aid. Watson. Hanacombe and Freeman. > .\ Gu Wolil Site. ,Tbe Registror>Gi^eral »ent;a.^oti fication forbidding registration of any dealing with referenfce to land comprised In tho gaaworkB flite. "Hillriew" Walor Supply. The Metropolitan Water.Sewerage and t>rainage Board wrote concern in? water pressure at Chipping Nor ton and Hillvlew Settlement. It was 1 stated that the supply at the former , place was now satisfactory, but at Hillview the mains were sometimes depleted. On account of the high cost of pro viding a plentiful supply, the Board could not take action until funds were available. Aid. Chapman and Schell moved that the Board be informed that the pressure at Chipping Norton is not satisfactory, and be urged to take prompt measur...
Electricity in the Home. THE TABLE STOVE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
Electricity in the Home, THE TABLE STOVE The electric table stove is a handy contrivance which is rapidly becom ing Btandard equipment in the all electric or semi-electric home. It is specially useful for cooking a break fast or light luncheon right on the table. Porridge, toast, and eggs, or a grill can be prepared without the necessity of moving fron&lt; r one's chair in any house where electricity is available. Actually the electric table stove combines in the one appliance the advantages of a griller, toaster, chaf ing dish, frying pan, and double boiler. It iB fitted with a three-heat control switch, and can be bought for £3 and upwards. The electric table stove is a handsome device, and gives the meal table a very smart appearance. In a district like this every householder should have either an electric range or an electric table stove. KEEPING FOOD FRESH IN WARM WEATHER Throughout the summer a house wife can lean very heavily on an electric refrigerator in planning me...
BIG BILL WITH GIANT'S VOICE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
BIG BILL WITH GIANT'S VOICE A speech amplifier believed to be of record proportions has arrived in Sydney. It is known as "Big Bill with the Giant's Voice," and it carries a distance of three miles without distortion. The amplifier has been mounted permanently on a motor truck which will convey it to any place where there is a large gather ing of people. "Bill" will be used as a means of entertainment and en lightenment and with equal facility will amplify gramophone records, cricket scores, election results, band music or politicians' speeches. A 500 watt valve in the last stage of amplification operating at 3500 volts, gives Bill his stentorian tones, the required power being generated on the truck itself. "Big Bill" and his lorry will soon be familiar to Sydney crowds.
PALM TO,3 L O AND 2 U W [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
PALM TO ,3 L O AND 2 U W Opinions of listeners as to the merits of the respective broadcast ing stations are nearly as numerous as the listeners themselves. Usually the expressions bf opinion are either that the local stations are delightful or that to get good programmes one has to go far afield, the farther the better. However, a listener living at Neutral Bay, Sydney, has come to the conclusion: "For clarity and perfec tion, I give the palm to stations 3 L 0 and 2 U W." Well 3 L 0 is the lead ing A class station of Melbourne and 2 U W is the B class station in Syd ney with the shortest wave length. Writing to Uncle Jack 2 U W, this listener states that he has had a five valve set for live years and he has been connected with niUBic all his life. He says his family derive the greatest pleasure listening to the fine records radiated by 2 U W and he remarks that Uncle Jack must be as well known as the Prime Minister.
TENNIS MUSIC. Provided by [?]UW. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
TENNIS MUSIC. Provided fay ZUW. B class station 2UW, Sydney, is making: considerable headway sincc its establishment in its new home about three months ago. The direct ors of Radio Broadcasting Limited, which controls this service, were de termined at the outset to give list eners programmes of superior music.. In this it has gradually succeeded and from a dozen requests nightly the station has received as many as 100 in one evening. On Sundays the calls are especially heavy, which is evidence that in any persons prefer good mtraic to church services. In addition to 'phone calls, letters are flowing in expressing the thanks of the listeners, and adding congrat ulations on the transmission and the character of the programmes. Mr. ti 8. Beckett, the well known Sydney dentist, wrote to 2 U W last week, that every evening when he and bis patty go £o the tennis cottrts nearby his residence in M^s'matt; he takes his Jjtfrtable thWue valv6 set, ahd receives an otfeelleht lotad speaker stre...
G.U.O ODDFELLOWS FAIRFIELD UNITY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
ODDFELLOWS FAIRFIELD tiftfrt BRANCH. The fortnightly meeting of the above lodge was held in the Fair field School of Arte ob Monday, 14th task, when the officers and members had the honor and privilege of en tertaining their Grand Master, Bro. H Smith. There was a full comple ment of officers of Camden District Council, also many members of neighboring lodges and kindred so cieties, together with a large gath ering of friends of members' Bro. Tickner briefly welcomed the Grand Master and other visitors on behalf of the branch, and expressed a desire to make their evening a pleasant one. Bro. H. Smith, G.M., in respond ing advised all non-membero of lriendly societies, in view of the impending compulsory national In surance, to join up with spme society, preferably the G.U.O.O.F. Bro. Capon, D.M., urged preBent members to work for their society and branch by endeavouring to intro duce their friends as members. During the evening Bro. Smith was called upon to make a public instal lati...
HIGH SCHOOL PASSES [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 26 January 1929
HIGH SCHOOL PASSES As a result of the examination held last October the following stu dents arc among those who qualified for admission to High Schools:-N. B. Bolin, Guildford; Jean Chrystal, Liverpool; Shelah de Coque, S Joseph's Convent, Guildford; Jack Elliott, Guildford; Julia A. Godfrey, Fairfield; R. H. Hastie, Fairfield; Jack Hayes, Guildford; H. J. Hogan, St. John's Park; W. C. Hunt, Guild ford; Earl Lord, Liverpool'; T. F. Lyons, Cabramatta; Alice E. Matthes Fairfield; Beatrice W. McWilliam, Guildford; Annie Robinson, Liver pool; R. H. Russell, Guildford; Leslie Randall, Liverpool; Gwen Shorten, Fairfield; G. C. Single, Guildford; B. J. Slater, Guildford; Keith Smith, Fairfield; Nellie Smyth, Smithfield; F. T. Stein, Fairfield West; G. A. Tivey, Fairfield; C. M. Wallace, Merrylands; K. N. Ward, Liverpool.