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INGLEBURN v FAIRFIELD WEST Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN, 1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
INGLEBURN v FAIRFIELD WEST Played at Ingleburn. INGLEBURN, 1st Innings R. McNamara c Oakes b D. Russell 0 J. Palmer b H. Bull 4 P. Bridgement, c Craigh b Rus sell 5 J. Bland c Johnson, b H. Bull 18 J. Tattersull b D. Russell .... 9 A. Sindel b Russell 4 G. Lyons run out 3 J. Hopping b Russell 0 J. McNamara b Russell . . .. 0 W. Lyons not out 10 W. Allen b Russell 11 Sundries 4 Total 68. Bowling: D. Russell, 7-13; H. Bull, 2-18; II. Godfrey, 0-21; C. Craigh, 0-7. FAIRFIELD WEST 1st 'Innings H. Bull "u J. Hopping 22 A. Craigh, not out .* 66 D. Russell b J. Hopping .. .. 14 C. Johnson l.b.w. W. Lyons . . 2 H. Godfrey c Bland b W. Allen 10 S. Thordt, not out 0 Sundries 8 Total . . 121 Bowling: W. Allen, 1-25; A. Sindel, 0-23; W. Lyons, 1-10; J. Hopping, 2-14; J. Bland, 0-14; F. Bridgement, 0-11; J. Tattcrsall, 0-1; G. Lyons, 0-8.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
VT ? Jf* -a ^fV; -V icket %m. iaffto»N EY co. , * (LateCollins & Co.) ^ SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD. AND RETAIL SEED, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT ie» of Best.Country Pollard and Bran jSn^ieit Riyerina Oaten and Wheaten Chaff I Sri ^ ' Poultry Food and Spices of all Kinds V i; , PATON BURNS FERTILISERS. Yat$a ofWtn and Garden Seeds. Bulk Supplies Gi-ecnfeast Peas. "*nd Canadian '.Wonder Beans. PHONE No.: LI V. 238. ? ' ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. Wbid A|tnl for Texaco Motor Spirits, Oils and Kerosene B. JOYCE Stationer and Newsagent CABRAMATTA All fhe Daily Papers; Leading Magazines, Novels and Books ; . SCHOOL REQUISITES A SPECIALITY fiewdw ®ooks, Note Books, Pots, Pencils, Drawing Books, Crayon*, Paints, Etc. '. ALWAYS IN STOCK '? 5oift Drink*, Sweets, Cigarettes and Tobacco Telephone: Liverpool 286 ,W. J. CLARK Builder NELSON ST., FAIRFIELD (opp. Protestant HaU) Metcalfe & ?o. Phones: U8047 & U8099 Established 1885 No Connection with any other Firm , 'FURN...
CENTURY CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
CENTURY CORNER M. MCNnmara 123 L. Ranrlell j]3 R. Bnvter. not out 101 'new stock varied, including1 everything required by shoppers especially for Christmas. An inspec tion will repay. MISS ADAM. Owing to the expansion of her business, Miss A. Adam has found it necessary to extend her premises, in order to adequately display her large and beautiful stock of ladies' and children's wear. Therefore, she has taken over the shop vacated by Mr. Downes, and is conducting a gp2V rial display for two weeks, during which double green coupons will be given. E. L. DOWNES. Mr. Downcs has transferred his ex cellent stock of footwear and merc ery to the new shop erected by Mr. Miles, in Wave-street, just over the rond from his previous premises. He invites inspection, and is giving double green coupons for two weeks to mark ihis forward step. COLECIIIN'S. Another firm that is growing apacc is Colechin's, which is taking portion of the premises which Don Campbell is leaving for his new store. Cole ...
A. GRADE CAMPBELLTOWN A'[?] v INGLEBURN Played at Campbelltown. INGLEBURN 1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
A. GRADE CAMPBELLTOWN A's v INGLE BURN Played at Cnmpbelltown. INGLEBURN 1st Innings A. Graham stpd. b Williams . . 1!? A. Sheraeh c and b Williams . . 7 E, Clarke, b Williams 23 11. Morgan c and b Whalan . . 32 C. James, c and b Allen .... C E. White, b Williams 3 S. Rothwell b Williams L. Jackson, c and b Williams . . 3 W. Clark b Whalan 5 Fraser, c and 1> Whalan .... 1 F. Clark, not out 2 Sundries G Total 101. Bowline: H. Allan. 1-43; A. Williams, C--17; 15. Whalan, 3-8. MIPUKLLTOWN, 1st Innings A. Hynnn c and b E. Clark .. -S H, Longhurst, b E. Clark .... 8 E. Whalan l.b.w. E. Clark.... 0 ]\ Munro I; Graham 3 F. Wilkinson. not out 33 H. Allen b Rotlnvell 27 McPherson, not out 22 Sundries Total 101 Bowlinfr: A. Graham, 1-28; E. Clark, 3-25; L. Jackson, 0-13; C. James, 0-10; S. Rotlnvell 1-G; E. White, 0-1; W. Clark, 0-13. In scoring 101 not out on the local criclcet jrround on Saturday week, R. Baxter annexed the special trophy of a pair of cricket shoes do nated by Colchin's ...
BEST PERFORMANCES "A" GRADE. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
BEST PERFORMANCES "A" GRADE. Batting. F. Wilkinson, Cumpbelltown . . 33 K. Allen, Campbeltown 27 H. Morgan, Ingleburn 32 Bowling. A. Williams, Cainpbclltown . . G-47 E. Whalan, Canipbelltown . . 3-8 E. Clark e.Ignlebur n 3-25 "B" GRADE Batting. J. Nash, Canipbelltown . . . . 70 M. McNainara, Cabramatta . . . . GO A. Craig, Fairfield West, not out 50 E. Sedgewiek, Canipbelltown . . 51) J. Anthony, Ionic, not out . . . . 40 R. Baxter, Ionic 53 Bowling D. Russell, Fail-field West. . . . 7-13 \V. Barrett, Fairfield Jnrs. . . 7-14 R. Home, Ionic 7-13 J. Davis, Guildford 4-27
CABRAMATTA v CANLEY VALE Played at Cabramatta. CABRAMATTA, 1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
CABRAMATTA v CANLEY VALE Played at Cabramatta. CABRAMATTA, 1st Innings J. Dixon, b J. Ward 39 D. Chalmers, b W. May 30 M. McNamara, b C. Havtlv . . GO J. Ellis l.b.w. W. May 1 A. McNamara c W. May b C. Hartly 6 E. Jones b W. May 1 W. Ross b C. Hartly 21 J. Savillc, b C. Hartly 6 A. Bate b Ellis 12 R. Breadon, not out 12 W. Atlee c A. Ward b C. Hartly 5 Sundries 13 Total 195. Bowling: C. Hartly, 5-57; W. Hartly, 0-28; J. May, 0-30; J. Ward, 1-13; VV. May, 3-39; C. Ellis, 1-9. CANLEY VALE, 1st Innings. A. Ward sen., h.o.w. b Dixon . . 2S A. Ward b M. McNamara .... 1 J. Ward, run out 20 J. May, b Atlee 12 L. Ward not out 7 H. Bailey c Atlee b Dixon .... 4 C. Hartley not out 2 Sundries 6 Total 89 Bowling.: M. McNamara, 1-27' W. Atlee, 1-30; A. McNamara, 0-11; J. Dixon, 2-15.
B. GRADE, FIRST DIVISION GUILDFORD UNITED B v FAIRFIELD JUNIORS Played at Canlcy Vale. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS, 1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
B. GRADE, FIRST DIVISION GUILDFORD UNITED B v FAIR FIELD JUNIORS Played at Canlcy Vale. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS, 1st Inninps R. Learmount, bowled F. Gough 1 -! H. Ball c Gough, I) J. Davis . . 0 W. Robson, c J. Davis, b F. Gough 3 W. Assumssen l.b.w. J. Davis . . 0 W. Barrett, b F. Gough .... 3 N. Bowtell, c Watts, b J. Dnvis :> D. Sbarpe, c H. Allen, b .J. Davis 8 E. Corby, not out 1? O. Douglas, b F. Gough .. ..11 A. Barnes, b C. Collins 31 J. Stewart, b C. Watts 1 Sundries 2 Total 94. Bowling: J. Davis, 4-27; F. Gough. 4-39; C. Collins, 1-25; C. Watts, 1-1. GUILDFORD UNITED 1st Innings L. Bell, bowled W. Barrett. ... 5 F. Gough, e Bell, b Learmount 0 F. Allen, I. W. Barrett 2 C. Watts, l.b.w. A. Barnes .... 1 J. Davis l.i W. Barrett 1 L. R. Williams, b W. Barrett . . IS E. Maunder, c Corby, b W. Barrett 2 S. Buggny, c Sharpe b W. Bar rett 0 H. Allen c Assmussen b Barnes 1 C. Collins, not out 4 J. Duncan c Douglas b W. Barrett 0 Sundries 2 Total 36. Bowling: R. Learmount, 1-2; W. Bar...
Municipal Elections. (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
Municipal Elections. (Contributed) Tile (Jrand Council of Progress Associations lias selected a strong leam of municipal candidates in lIU: following: Messrs. J. Burleigh, U. A. Clancy, R. T. Gillies, J. ]?'. Ilankin, W. G. King W. SI im.-nii, md H. F. Tooker. PERSONAL R K l'K 1-: 1: N (: 1 .; Mr. R. T. Gillies is a iandowiH-r mil resident of Fairfield West. Although he is a recent arrival in lie district, lie is no stranger to ocal government work. lie has ? ?vcral years' experience as a coun cilor iti Tweed Sliire, whore lie was uicc elected President and repre ented that liodv at the Shires Con ei'cnee oil two occasions. He was ; member of the Legislative As embly for two years which en iilcd him to closely study the Local iovernment Act. He possesses a ;ood practical knowledge of road naking and maintenance, with Ijility and courage to exercise that nowledge in the interests of the atepayers. Mr. J. Burleigh is a resident of ?airfield. He is president of the 'arents and Citizens...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
WIT SON Ware"stre I LOU JHI, Fairfield BABY GRAND PHE "BABY GRAND" .incorporates tin- same principle ;is the P.C.J.J." and "Junior" Loud Spunker. "Vorv neat and atlrao }" describes the "BABY GRAN])"; but wail till you connect up to your receiver. Y011 will bo intensely surprised at the lount of volume which can be p;cl out. of this little speaker with out introducing the slightest distortion into the sifinal. THEY LOOK WELL AND SPEAK WELL! PRICE n u> OTHER MODELS CO/5/- and C6/10/-. M. WILSON'S WARE STREET FAIRFIELD ¥§if ®. 'hilips Trickle Charger Is attractive in appearance, rugged in construction, and ol 1 dimensions. It works automatically. Each time you switch (.set off the charging of the "A" Battery commences, at just [get rate to replace during idle hours the current you have rout while your set has been in use. Absolutely no attention Bessary; and there are no acids, no moving parts, and abso no noise nor danger. Thus your "A" Battery is always kept "?ea-k"-not overcharge...
PRICES IN RADIO [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
PRICES IN RADIO An interesting illustration of the value of radio to a wheat-grower is reported from the Riverina. A trav eller in wheat bags was doing the rounds and he quoted a price to a grower. The latter however had heard the market price quoted that morning from Sydney. It was consid erably lower and after some argu ment with the traveller it was ar ranged that he would buy at what ever price was quoted that evening over the air. The commercial man stayed on and listened in. Sure enough the city quotation was very much down. The deal was made at the price broadcast and the wheat grower saved a little matter of £130. One does not hear of every case where radio is helpful in this way to primary producers but the fact that the broadcasting stations give the latest prices of wool, wheat, grain, sheep tattle, fruit, dish and all the other markets in the 'rtjorhing and evening muBt be a gVeat advantage to those whom the newspaper quota tions do not reach for a day or two. NO FOOT TO...
BIG DANCE COMING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
BIG DANCE COMING The Fairfield West cricketers are holding their annual dance and euchre pary on Friday, November 10. These dances are famous be cause they are organised in detail. AH supporters of the club endeavour to make the evening a social success and to see that every patron has a good time. The King's Hall, Fair field West, will be decorated for the occasion. Balloons, streamers, and novelties, with good music, make a dance. Refreshments will be pro vided. Euchre players will try for six prizes, including two first-claw, seagrass chairs (these chairs have been specially selected) Remember! This is one of the famous "cricket era' donees."
Fairfield Municipal Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
Fairfield Municipal Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING Tlie usual meeting of the above was held in the Council Chambers last night. There was a large at tendance of the general public, who appeared to take a keen interest ii: the proceedings. Aldermen J. E. Anthony (Mayor), J. Downey, W. Croft, W. Stein, II. A. Clancy, \V. Stimson, C. L. Oakes, and J. J. Bell, also the town clerk (Mr. Geo. Davis) were present. On the motion of Aid. Bell, it was decided to include the full te:;t of the engineer's report in the minutes of lust meeting. The Mayor submitted a minute rt legal action in connection with Villa wood Estate. - Left in Mayor s hands. CORRESPONDENCE From Bosslcy Progress Associ ation, inviting council to attend the hall on N'i*\ I'1- i'1 alUtv.:.)i t'J Polding-st.-Acceptcd. From Iv A H.u- Nelson--' . ? ing the removal of silt which nad been thrown from a drain.-Left 111 Mayor's hands. From W. Brettle, asking for fur ther work to assist in making the garbage system a payable propos it...
SCHOOL'S RADIO SET [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
SCHOOL'S RADIO SET "Wo are getting profit as well as pleasure from this set," writes Mr. A. Phillips teacher in charge of Sut ton Forest pubuic school to o Sydney man. The set referred to, was won by the children of Sutton Forest in a writing competition and Mr. Phillips remarks that the educational ses sions broadcast by station 2FC in the afternoons are very profitable. "We have heard Dr. Harvey Sutton and our own Director of Education. Mr. Smith, speak on health week, diet, etc." Mr. Phillips expresses the hope that many more sets will be placcd in public schools.
RADIO FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
RADIO FOR WOMEN Kadio has entered into the daily lives of many women to a degree that is quite surprising-. This can ho seen from the stream of letters that pour in to the annuamvrs who conduct the women's session:; of the broadcasting stations. For instance a woman writing from Maruubra to Mrs. Jordan of the Theosnphical station 2GH to ask for a recipe for sponge cake remarks: "All the cakes I make are from your recipes. I have had the greatest success with all of them." Another woman liv inpr at Gore Hill mentions that she lisents particularly to the talks on arts and crafts from 2GB and asks Mrs. Jordan in her next talk to broadcast some hints on batik work.
BROADCASTING. (C[?] by M. W[?]on. Radio Stores, Ware-street, Fairfield). RACING BROADCASTS [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
BROADCASTING. I Cow 1 nrteil by M. WiKon. Radio Stoics, Wme-stieet, Fairfield). RACING BROADCASTS billYivn' ;."i'Kons see tiling's from diircivnt poinl;i of view. Jln.it of the ra.iM c v> i'.*:s v '10 i . i "i .1 r i I'l'.xi'if-Is ii-,ni .he rM-. i'. : i s iiK' i: ic" -i - H I .? inly t li.. lim-'-i s . I tl i' r ires Mi (I till- r.' . . nl' I uvv t'.i'y . i" i. dim;-. I' 'i/im is \\ >. : I ? . 1 111'li;iI!. as' its ?: ? mi; .'(.>'! ir.,'l]y they sin - i!.. . ? ? \ li.-l . ai (iuild iV' ?! . . ?. ( r. wrote li.i ,-i. thin :!!.'(' ,li!- m i. .nil j.rrat ulal ii!jr tin' 1 ni l' ..i! '.i? i11' i t "i' tin- interest In' 1 :ii.-? ?,vlier :i. ? - ilciii occurs. ihi.'ii. ?? i:, ? -i i "ii 11! I . r:i'. e 1 hal tin- i"i ." 11, r :i li r. i ne'i '' should make a puint n." ? ?.. i :. h'i-J 1111 i In' riders' f:ii r t,',-!,i an a. ?? . li lit i in ii iIn tlir ? iii ii in:! i. f : 'ii 1t ener, iinnv in fura:,.1! ' i; i ? . ? ii-I iin li\ a man listeiiiir.; in limn liy ?.!l.? w!ii. atte...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
INMEMORIAM. B AERY-SMITH,--In loving memory of my dear old Dad, Barry Smith, who passed away November 11 v 1926. The truest pal I ever had Inaftrted by his only daughter, M. .Mrs. £>ily Hancock and family, of Canley Vale, ateo Mrs E. M. Hancock and family^, wish to thank all k'nd friendsc and relatives for kindness and floral tributes, cards, letters and telegrams of sympathy in their ro cent sad bcrc&venient. RETURN THANKS Mrs. Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liams, Mr. and Mrt>. Thomas, and Ernie Atkins of Cal^ramatta Park, desire to tender their sincere thanks to all friends and neighbors for their kind -expressions of sympathy and floral tributes, letter cards, and many acts of kindness during their recent sad bereavement in the los3 of their dear husband, father and grandfather. Also Mr. P. Murphy for the manner in which he carried out funeral arrangements. LETURN THANKS
Municipality of Fairfield TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF ALDERMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
Municipality of Fairfield TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF ALDERMEN NOTICE is hereby given, in accord ance with the provisions of the Local Government Act 1919, as amended, and the Ordinances made there under, that the TRIENNIAL ELEC TION OF ALDERMEN FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF FAIRFIELD will be held on Saturday, the 1st aift uaaA^oq '8361 'H3HNaOa&lt;I hojjgs^oJJ a.m. and 7 p.m. ^ NOMINATION DAY is FRIDAY the 23rd November 1928, and the place of nomination will be the Council Chambers, at Ware-street, Fairfield. NOMINATIONS must be in writ ing in the prescribed form* and be delivered to or sent by registered letter so as to reach the undersigned before 5 p.m. on THURSDAY, the 22nd November 1928. Every NOMINATION PAPER shall (1) state the surname and oth er names of the Candidate, or his r.ame as appearing on the Roll of Electors, and his abode and present or usual occupation, if any; and (2) be signed as proposers ^y at least two Electors of the Municipality. A NOMINATION PAPER shall not ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 10 November 1928
For Sale f CASH ADVANOEB made on Furniture, Pianos/ Decda of Land, etc., without possession. Easy repayments. No delay. Strictly private. Letters prompt ly attended to. Apply J. Mona han, Canlev Road, Fairfield. FOR SALE, W.B. Cottage, en John and Gladstone streets, Cabramatta. 132ft frontage, 204ft. depth. Apply, above address. FOR SALE, cow and calf. Good milker. Cheap. T. Smith, Bariiey Btrofet, Canley Vale. FOR SALE, Garage, cheap. Apply E. L. DOWTICB, Fairfield Boot Palace. FOR SALE, Light Cart Turnout, horse 134 hands, lady can drive, chcap. W. Hall, Vcron street, Fair field. FOR SALE, 14 pair black and white fowls. J. Swaney, opp. Yennora Sta tion, (Fairfield). FOR SALE, Strong Sulky, chcnp, in good order. J. USHER, Anthony-st., Fairfield. FOR SALE, Openair Brooder, 120 chick size with lamp, complete;, quantity second-hand iron, various lengths, cheap. Apply H. HOVEY, John-street. Cabramatta. FOR SALE, Pony, Sulky and Har ness, cheap. "Elviri," Longfi.ild irtreet, Cabramatta....