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General Council Matters [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
General Council Matters General purposes commit tee, of Fairfield Municipal Council at Tuesday's meeting made the following recommendations, which were adopted: That council grant the following applications to build:-W. H. Reid, laundry, York-street £20; A. E. Ed dison, dwelling, Camden-street £360 C. J. Scrivener, dwelling, Cardwell street £250; C. R. Ryan, dwelling, Avisford-street, £610. That council grant the following applications for licenses:-R. M. Cook, and W. E. Cook, milk vendors 3. Elbourn, dairyman; A. A. Han man, dairyman; T. C. Kelly, dairy man; E. W. Watt, fish-hawker. That council approve of the construction by G. Parker of a sep tic tank in Wattle Avenue, subject to the approval of the Board of Health. That council approve of the sub division of Lot 4, fronting Henry-st., according to plan submitted with F. 3. Harrison's letter of 12th Janu ary, 1029. That council inform the Local Go vernment Association that in connec tion with the claim from the Elec trical Trades...
B. GRADE, SECOND DIVISION FAIRFIELD IONIC v GLENFIELD. Played at Glenfield IONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
B. GRADE, SECOND DIVISION FAIRFIELD IONIC v GLENFIELD. Played at Glenfield IONIC. First Innings .. .. - 8° Second Innings. R. 'Baxter, not out 78 J. Anthony, b W. Jackson .... o W. Laws, b R. Jackson 3 E. Upton, c Watts, b Piggrot .. 65 R. Horn, run out 28 R. Gates, not out 5 Sundries 3 Total .., 172 Innings declared closed. Bowline: W. Jackson 1/36. R. Jackson 1/31. C. Pieeot 1/37, C Cole 0/36. W. BHnman 0/13, J. Jones 0/7, W. Mcllveen 0/9. GLENFIELD. First Innings 116 Second Innings. W. Jackson, stp., Anthony, b Horn 42 W. BHnman, b Upton 2 W. M^Ilveen. not out 6ft C. Cole, c TInton. R. Baxter .. 21 C. PiVeot. lbw.. b Upton .. .. 10 R. Jnokfion. not out 7 Sundries 10 Four wicket* for 162 Bowling: E. Unton 2/63. R. Horn 1/41. R. Baxter 1/19, W. Baxter 0/J7. W. Laws 0'7. Outright win for Glenfield.
Liverpool Sanitary Depot DEPUTATION TO MAYOR CLANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
Liverpool Sanitary Depot DEPUTATION TO MAYOR >. CLANCY. At Tuesday night's meeting of Fairfield Council Mayor Clancy sub mitted the following minute: A deputation from the Liverpool Council, consisting of his Worship the Mayor (Aid. Bratchel) and the town clerk (Mr. Marsh), waited upon me at the Council Chambers, a. i-air field, on 24 th instant, and urged that the date fixed for the cessation of the burial of nightsoil at Mr. l!ayoh' depot within the Fairfield Municipal ity be extended from February 28, 1929, to May 28, 1929. "It was stated by the members of the deputation that the Metropolitan Water, Sewerage and (Drainage Board was prepared to commence almost immediately the installation of a sewerage system for Liverpool, and also that, upon the receipt of the council's latest demand steps had been taken forthwith to get into touch with the military authorities, through the local Federal member (Mr. Bowden), with a view to obtain ing permission to use as a sanitary depot port...
GUILDFORD UNITED B v FAIRFIELD WEST. GUILDFORD UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
GUILDFORD UNITED B v FAIR FIELD WEST. GUILDFORD UNITED. First Innings. .., .... 44 Second Innings. F. Gough, c Godfrey, b RUBBCH 7 J. Davis, b H. Bull 11 M. Belcher, b B. Bull .. ..... . ? 12 F. Allen, retired 6 B. Morpuss, c Craig, b Russell 1 T. Williams, b Russell 4 H. Allen, retired 4 J. Duncan, c Reardon, b Bull .. 2 B. Ashton, not out 2 S. Buggy, c Russell, b Boll .. 1 Sundries 8 Total 57 Bowling: D. Russell 3/26, H. Bull 4/23. FAIRFIELD WEST. First Innings. .. , 68 Second Innings. H. Godfrey, c sub., b Davis .... 0 H. Napper, c sub., b Davis .... 4 D. Russell, c Williams, b Belcher 2 A. Craig, b Belcher 12 H. Bull, c Morpuss, b Belcher .. 8 S. Thorpe, run out 10 C. Johnson, b Belcher 0 A. Oakes, c Davis, b Davis .... 4 R. Reardon, not out 3 R. Watts, b Davis - 0 Sundries 0 Total 43 Bowling: J. Davis 4/24, M. Bel cher 4/19. Game drawn, 2 points each. LIVERPOOL B. v LANSDOWNE Played at Liverpool. LIVERPOOL. First Innings 159 Second Innings. D. Smith, Ibw., b W. Hancock .. 81 T....
'Screams into the Night" CIRCULAR SAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
'Screams into the Night" CIRCULAR SAW. At Cabra-Vale Council meeting on Monday night, Messrs. H. Nor cott and E. Greenfield, complained by letters, of the nuisance created by a wood saw used at unreasonable hours, and asked if the council could prevent it. The former submitted a motion, ready drafted to fill the bill, to the effect that the owner be or . dered to remove the sjaw to a reason able distance' from schools, churches . and residences. The letter stated that up to 11 o'clock and later, at night, the saw was "screaming into the night." Aid. Catnkin and Firth suggested that the owner be asked to curtail his operations*to. usual working hours. Aid. Goodqhild and Reardon thought it hard for the man to be die iflted to. It was a matter for the union. ; ? Aldt Watts thought 8 o'clock would .? be a- fair thing.-Aid. Rea^dbn sec ? onded this, as a motion, which was carried. Aid. Reardon: In the city there aru picture shows and all sorts of things puffing nil night. They como here ...
B. GRADE, FIRST DIVISION FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v CANLEY VALE. Played at Fairfield. CANLEY VALE [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
B. GRADE, FIRST DIVISION FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v CANLEY VALE. Played at Fairfield. CANLEY VALE First Innings .. .. 53 Second Innings. C. Hartley, c Bowtell, b Sharp .. 66 A. Ward, snr., c Assmussen, b Assmussen " L. Ward, run out £ J. May, not out .. ? ? ?...'. 27 K. Mildwater. stp., ball, b Barrett *7 A. Ward, jnr., b Barnes ' H. Bailey b Barrett .. . . ? . . . W. Hartley , « Stewart, b Barrett . Sundries t." Total .......... .. .. Bowling: A. Banms 1/60, w. Jim'stewart^O/13,'Jack'Stewart 0 / 9', R. Sharp 1/17. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS-1st Innings. R. Learmonth, c Ward, b Mild water .. . ? . ? E. Corby. Ibw., b Simmons .. . . W. Assmussen, c Ward, » v.- g W. Barrettf c Ward, b Mildwater 73 Jim Stewart, c Mildwater, b C. ^ N. Bowtellf c sub., b C jlartley 21 O Douglas, c Ward, b Mildwater 9 r! Sharpe, c Ward, b C. Hartley ol J. Stewart, c an J b O. H- Bull, c sub., b C. Hartley . « A. Batnes, not out .. * Sundries Total Bowling: C. Hartley 6/96. J. May 0/34, R Mildwater 3/26. W. Hartley 0/48, ...
GOOD PRINTING—QUICK AND CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
GOOD PRINTING-QUICK AND i CHEAP. " " . Cnatomejrs who have recently sent orders to'"The Bii," after-patron ising elsew'h&re,' were supriscd at the quickness and cheapness with which the orders were completed. We would "like to add many more clients, in order to keep otir machinery and staff fully employed. Get a quote and see a sample. Secretaries are .particularly rquested to give us a trial. ...
A. GRADE GUILDFORD UNITED v LIVERPOOL. Played at St. John's Park. GUILDFORD UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
A. GRADE GUILDFORD UNITED v LIVER POOL. Played at St. John's Park. GUILDFORD UNITED. First Innings 131 Second Innings. A. Fraser, not out .. 15 A. Ecvenden, not out 9 Sundries 1 Total 25 Bowling: V. Jones 0/13, E. Neagle 0/11. LIVERPOOL. First Innings 7G Second Innings. R. Digman, absent 4 W, Manly, absent 13 H. Jay, not out 8 E. Neagle, c and b C. Williams .. 10 V. .Tones, c A. Fraser, b A. Webb 9 C. Hoare, b A. Webb 13 T. Phillip, c ani 1) J. Itleaiia .... 0 S. Webb, c A. Fraser, b A. Webb 2 Sundries 8 Total 67 Bowling: A. Webb 3/25, A. Even den 0/9, C. Williams 1/8, J. Mealia 1/10, W. Macpherson 0/7.
CENTURY CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
CENTURY CORNER M. McNamara, Cabramatta 123 L. Randell, Liverpool .. ..113 R. Baxter, Ionis n.o 101 J. Cook, Guildford 137 W. Rainbow, Wetherill Park 104 E. Preston, LanBdowne, n.o. 103 F. Gibb, Lansdowne .. . . 125 L. Rainbow, Wetherill Park 140 J. Bruce, Ingleburn .. .. 105
Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
Cabra-Vale Municipal Council. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING Alii. McBurney (Mayor), Aid. Reardon, iianbury, Goodchild, Cam kin, Watts, Hi)), Firth and Iiirst were present at Monday night's Council meeting. The local branch of the R.A.O. Buffalo Lodge applied for 12 months' rental of the Council room.-The clerk said the schedule rate was 15/ till 10 o'clock; but the lodge used the room until 12 o'clock.-The council dccidcd that, if the lodge continued to pay the cleaner, the request be granted.-Motion by Aid. Goodchild and Reardon. The Water and Sewerage Board wrote that water for street watering was supplied free of charge, but the supply to caeh cart must be under the control of a meter. The meter vent was 12/ per annum. The coun cil proposes to water the streets. The Railway Commissioners in formed the Council that it did not consider an extension of the awn ings on the platform at Canley Vale was neccssary.-Aid. Camkin said the Commissioners evidently consid ered anything was good cnoup...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
'Phone: Livej-pool 132 F. T. WHITLOW SURGEON DENTIST Opp. Council Chambers WARE ST., FAIRFIELD HOURS Daily 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Tueiday and Friday Evenings 7 to 9 H. O'R. Hinton, M.P.S Pharmaceutical Chemist FAIRFIELD Phone; Liv. 259 STAND SOLID FOR YOUR OWN TOWN ! BUILD UP ITS PROPER1TY AND YOUR OWN ! BUY EVERYTHING LOCALLY I I Phone Liv. 200 (Direct to House) Nurse Crossland Nearly 30 years a local resident Railway Parade (Between Canley Vale and Fairfield) Visits all parts of Cobromottn, Can ley Vale, cr Fairfield districts on phone message or letter. Pony and Sulky always available for all parts of the District FRED TIVEY TMIQR Mercer and Outfitter ' Suits to Suit at PriceB to Suit WARE STREET - FAIRFIELD Give Tiv a Trial P. J. McDONALD Opposite Post Office, Fairfield For Accountancy, Typing, and General Clerical Work Income Tax Returns Expertly Prepared Agent for London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd. All Classes Of Insurance Effected .Fun...
HOLIDAY CROWDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
HOLIDAY CROWDS. Anniversary Day and Sunday' saw more big crowds along the river at Fairfield, Carramar, -Lansdowne bridge, and to Thd Junction.' "Lattjj'b ' boats were freely patronised,- the water being thickly dotted with bont ing parties. In the bathing spots near Fairfield Park many hundreds at a time entered the cooling water, and picnicked on the shady banks. There is no doubt these centres are coming more and more into popular favor.
DANGEROUS PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
DANGEROUS PRACTICE. Several narrow escapes from acci- ? dents have recently occurred in Fair-' field owing to the .dangerous practice of cyclists' riding their, machines on footpaths. We know of children having been knocked down, the speed in some cases being altogether too great. Some of the riders seem to think the footpaths were made for. their special - convenience, and that pedstrians have no fights whatever. We admit the roadway in places is not suitable for cycling;-but; cyclists . should be more careful when pedes trians arc using the footpaths at the . some time. Anyhow, the riders have no right on the footpaths, and should be kept off altogether.
"Electric Air" AT CABRA-VALE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
"Electric Air" AT CABRA.VALE COUNCIL. The air was electric for a time at Monday night's meeting of the Cabra-Vale Council, and the clash of electrical engineers tsent the sparks flying. There was however, tnore thunder than lightning. It all arose over a letter from elec trical contractor Western, who wrote that the engineer was recommending outside engineers to the consumers, as against local men. The engineer was emphatic in his denial, although he was severely cross-questioned by Aid. Hanbury. According to the engineer, the local men were too tardy in attention to installations, and would make prom ises to do a job and allow days and weeks to pass without turning up. Meanwhile, the consumers would complain, and the Council lose cus tom. He had then said to houseown ors: "Try the local men, and if you don't get satisfaction come back and I'll recommend others." Aid. Hanbury said that Western had been an applicant for the posi tion of council's engineer, and ever since then it look...
OUR BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
OUR BAND. The band contests just finished in ?ydl)ey drawj attention to the fact that Fairfield Band requires stirring op. Wo have at present the founda tion for a first-class -musical combin ation, which only requires the co-op eration of playing members and the general public to became what it should. It woiild be a great thing to see onr banA compete at next year's contest. More financial support and greater attendance at practices are the essetitfaJ things.
C. OF E. ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
C. OF E. / NNIVERSARY. The 14 J st anniversary of the fiiot Church of Englnnd service in Austra lia will be celebiatfd at the corner of Spring-street end ireshair.-street Sydney on Snnday, February 3, at 3.16 .p.m. The first church service was the first, public gathering of any kind in Australia. Both the provin cial and Sydney diocesan synods re cently passed resolutions urging the celebration of the anniversary in every parish in the State.
FALL FROM SIGNAL POSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929
FALL FROM SIGNAL POSTS. Mr. Barney Robert Derritt, junior porter at Cabramatta railway sta tion met with a serious accident on Monday. While, attending to the signal lights near Warwick Farm he fell to the permanent way, a dist ance of about 30 feet. The lad sustained a fractured arm, and in ternal injuries, and was admitted to Auburn Hospital.