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Municipal Works. MAYOR'S ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Municipal Works. MAYbR'S ACTIVITIES. At Tuesday's meeting of Fairfield Council the Mayor . (Aid. Clancy) reported that since the last meeting the following works had been car ried out: Dublin-st Bridge-This bridge was found to be in a very bad and dangerous condition, and I have caused it to be repaired by replac ing two ironbark girders and a quantity of decking. Several loads of bush gravel have been placed on the roadway at this approach to the bridge. Half the cost of repairs will be collected from the Holroyd Council. { ? mm Dales Bridge.-The dangerous ruts in this bridge have been re paired with tarred metal. North-st. Pipe Culvert.-In ac cordance with the resolution of council the pipes were taken up, the roadway levelled over, the water table cleaned out on both sides of the roadway and a quantity of old tiles (donated free of charge by Messrs. Synions Brothers) were plac ed on this portion of the road. Mimosa Road-104 loads of brok en bricks (kindly donated free of charge b...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET NEWS BEST PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE Bowling [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

CRICKET NEWS PERFORMANCES. B. GRADE - Bowling A. McNamara, Cabramatttt 5/3S, 4/8. M. UcNamara, Cabramatta, 4/34, M. Belcher, Guildford 4/19 J. Davis, Guildford 4/24 H. Bull, Fairfield West, .... 4/28 R. Wyche, Liverpool, 3/10 Batting. T. Preston, Lansdowne, n.o., .. 99 R. Baxter, Ionic, n.o., 78 M. Mcllveer., Glcnfield, t.o. .. fitf D. Smith, Liverpool, 81 E. Upton, Ionic 5B W. Hancock, Lansdowne 43 W. Jackson, Glenfield 42 R. Sharpe, Fairfield Juniors .. 31 St John's Park forfieted to Camp belltown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

A. Adam NOTED DRAPER FAIRFIELD, SPECIAL LINES FOR BABY. j^SJLK KNITTED COATS, Beautifull Garments^p/ll Each. KNITTED BONNETTS and Booties, to match coats, 2/11 and >&£ , 3/11 Each. BIBS, 2/11 and 3/11 each; very chic. ' " BffiK ind WOOL MIXTURE SHAWLS, 26/, 36/ Each. " 'SSMWOOL SHAWLS, 7/11 fiach. " , lEED&YBEAR BLANKETS, 3/11 and 4/11 Each. iWpTEE ^TURKISH TOWELING for Baby, 9d, 1/, 1/6 Yard. VplTE ^DOWELS for Baby's Bath, 2/C and 2/11 Each. ^ KNK-EDGE BABY. FLANNEL, 2/11, 3/8 and 3/6 Yard. SPECIAL MILLINERY. friph School Panama Hats, Navy undertrims, very Good Quality, 6/11, and 8/11 Each. 3T$mmed Pandan Straw Hats, 2/11 Each; untrimmed 2/ Each. ?®Oypr' feats, with Coloured Ban-Is, 3/11, 4/11, 6/11 Each. laities* Untrimmed Straw Hats, t-irart shapes, in colours of Shrimp, > * Baxe, Blue and Veux Rose, only 3 /11 Indies' Trimmed Millinery, smart s yles, Keen Prices. PHONE, LIV. 301 M. Men's Working Boots (STRONG AND RELIABLE) KEENLY PRICED AT At E.L DOWRIES' N...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Repairing Depot The Crescent : Fairfield Mendham and Oakley Farriers and General Blacksmiths At die Railway Gates FAIRFIELD Tyreing Done DaQy - Horse shoeing a Speciality Expert Workmen - Moderate Charges A. a RATFORD GENERAL CARRIER Liverpool road CANLEYVALE Firewood DRY BLOCK FIREWOOD I am prepared to supply Dry Block Firewood at 25/- per ton F. H. SHIPWAY Cabramatta road Cabramatta W. GILL General Carrier The Crescent, Fairfield. , Every Attention Givan " Printed and published by W. 3. Bright, proprietor, at his linotype printing works, Smart-s^eet, Eaiis field, &S.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Lansdowne School of Arts A Free Dance EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT. "Jolly Jesters" Jazz Band, Small Charge for Refreshments Subscriptions Now Due G. W. BANKS Acting Sec. FIREWOOD DRY BLOCKWOOD-Per cwt. . '2/-; per i-ton, 7/9; per i-ton, 14/6; per ton, 28/ COAL-2/6 per cwt. BEST MORTLAKE COKt 2/3 a bag. each to order. GRAPE BOXES-1 /- each TOMATO BOXES-8 dL each W. E. GOULD John'str^V'CaBramatta (Nfear Railway) OF INTEREST TO MOTHERS ' MRS. 0. T. BELL " Has re-opened her shop next door to flie JPublio Sohool, Smart St., Fairfield, where the children are well catered for. All kinds of Sandwiches, Cakes, Hot Pies. (Buttered. BreadJlol|sand Fruit. Traced t,Tiieus ' * *" ALL SCHOOL EBQUISITES

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DON'T HIDE YOUR LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

DON'T HIDE YOUR LIGHT. Promoters of functions would bu well advised to place notices of their coming events in "The Biz." By this means the affairs will be brought under the notice of thousands, many of whom would not otherwise know of them. " Practice of "window ad vertising" is unbusinesslike and some of the notices arc not very neat, thus creating a poor impression.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Australian Cash Ordera Ltd. 351-7 Pitt street, Sydney I Phone: M 6074 <21ines) (Four Doors Below Water Board) Cash Orders for Everything 550 City and Local Shops to Select from Send for Shopping Guide Furniture on Easy Terms (Mention this Paper)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Cricket ON CABRAMATTA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Sunday Cricket ON CABRAMATTA PARK. - The secretary of Cabramatta United Cricket Club applied to the'' Council for permission to use the local park for cricket on Sundays. They would guarantee "no bad lang uage or fights." "Australia is looking for young bowlers," the letter concluded, "and there may be one in Cabramatta." Aid. Rcardon said such applica tions were granted in every suburb. Cricket was not like football, which was more noisy. He was against allowing the game to progress dur ing the church hours. He and Aid. Goodchild moved that permission be granted from 1 p.m. to C p.m. On the suggestion of Aid. Hill, a conditional clause, retaining power to evoke the concession at any time, was added.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

P. G. TANNER H.BELLENGER TAILOR AND MERCER F0R VALUE THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD COOL drin^nd ESKIMO Tel. Liv. 259M The Crescent, Fairfield BUILDERS I ROWELL'S of GRANVILLE , We have just landed Ex. s. s. Stevisby 100,000ft. BUILDING AND JOINERY 1st QUALITY and CLEAR OREGON Ex. M. S. ALRICH & TORONTO 150,000ft. CLEAR WHITE BALTIC, Weatherboards, Floorings, Linings Large Stocks-Rowell's-Great Quality OUR PRICES SECURE YOUR ORDERS QUALITY & SERVICE ENSURE REPEATS. B.A.L.M. WHITE LEAD, 58/ cwt. Keg. AUSTRALIAN RAW OIL, 18/6 per 4 gal. tin. LYSAGHT'S IRON, 5 to 8 ft. Length*, £12/9/6 per i ton. Sheet lots Reduced Prices. OXIDIZED LOCK SETS, 36/ Dos. 3-PLY OREGON S.I.S., 6' x 3' Sheet., 27/6 100ft; SO Sheet lots, 26/6. Phone U.W.8241 Prompt Service Full Values Rowell's AT THE STATION GRANVILLE L.H. HUBBLE Builder STATION STREET, FAIRFIELD ESTIMATES AND PLANS SUPPLIED FINANCE ARRANGED Agent for Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Company Phone: Liv. 205 Victoria Hotel, Smithfield...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

JOHN BERRY SURGEON DENTIST (By Exam.) Ware street, Fairfield HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and . Friday 9 a.m. till Wednesday and Saturday 9 a. m. till 12.30 p.m. * Evertirtfeit Tuesday and Friday :«.» 7 till 9 PHONE: LIV. 42

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TO "THE BIZ' READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

TO "THE BIZ' READERS. . If yon have any- difficulty in- se curing copies of "The Biz" News paper, communicate with this .office at once. The list of present agents is printed in this issue, and others in different centres are to be added."We are gratified at the response to our change from the old method, which shows that the alteration is welcome and will' Be successful in overcoming many distribution difficulties.

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BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

BUSH FIRES. A bash fire broke out Bt Smith field on Wednesday evening at 5.16 in Mrs. Percy Coleman's paddock. It surrounded the house and fowl pens, and but for the attendance of about 20 willing workers would have caused considerable loss. As it was, 3 acres or grass was burnt. Mr. Eddison, of Fairfield, and Messrs. Pelley, Thompson, Wilson and Leb mann and sonB were amongst the fighters. It was strange that not one thought of calling the brigades. The Fairfield and Guildford bri gades were summoned on Wednes day night, at 9 o'clock, to extinguish a conflagration at Orchardleigh. It was 6tated that two cottages were afire; but the brigades found only bush burning. The flames swept an area of 10 acres. On Tuesday Fairfield brigade was called to a fire near Polding-strect, which endangered several houses. Fifty acres of grass was destroyed.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

WEDDING. BRADBURY-STEENSON St Lukes Church, Liverpool, wob the scene o£ a popular wedding on January 19, when Miss Ada 1. Steenson, .eldest daughter of Mrs. F. N. Pettitt and the late Mr. John Steenson, was married to Mr. Ed ward Bradbury, son of Mrs. E. Bradbury and the late Mr. W. Brad bury, of Castlereagh-street. The bride, who was given away by her stepfather, wore a charming frock of ivory marinette and Chan tilly lace, with orange bead trim mings. WitH her embroidered tulle veil, which was lined with shell pink, she wore a coronet of orange blossoms and carried a handsome bouquet, which, with a gold wristlet watch, was the gift of the bride groom. Misses Vera and Gladys Steenson (sisters) acted as bridesmaids, both wearing pale pink georgette, with guipure lace, and picture hats to match. The organist, Miss O'DonnclI, played the bridal preludes whilst the guests weta assembling, and the Wedding March at the close of the ceremony. The reception was held at the Masonic Hall, ove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

NEAT FOOTWEAR is assured when supplied by COLECHIN'S, The Cres cent, Fairfield. R. E. COLEMAN Solicitor TOWN HALL CHAMBERS OHUBCH ST., PARRAMATTA. Tel.: UW 8601. VISITS: Guildford, Tuesdays, 10 to 12 noon. Fairfield, Friday night, 7 to 9 <»Miiiiiiiniir»BiiHiiiiiiiii^iiiflii»i)iir»!iiiiiiiiiiiig8iiiiiiiHii5iiiiHmiimgginiiiiHHisiii]miiiinginiminngiiiiiiiii GpSH pNI) OPPOSITE STATION, FAIRFIELD. Shop with pleasure in your own leisurely way. Select the Brands of Goods you require-not what the Salesman wants to get rid of. Shopping will be a real pleasure ALL GOODS WRAPPED FREE OF CHARGE GROCERIES AT WHOLESALE RATES Corn Flakes,'per large pkt . . I /0| Crispies, per large pkt 1/1 Vita Brits, per pkt 8d Cream, per jar \ . 9?d Melba Peaches, large tins .. 9£d O.K. Peaches, 16 oz. tins 6|d Kankampe Pye, 8^d, 10£d Sheep's Tongues - 1 P \ Sunlight Soap, per box 1/ Siren Soap, per bar 1 l^d Phenol, large bot 8£d Vinegar, large bot 6^d Cordial Extract, per bot 10^d Mac's Fresh Herrin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

IN MEM0R1AM. CARROLL-In memory of my dear wife and oar loving mother who departed this life February 2, 1927. Gone from us that smiling face, Those pleasant, cheerful ways, The heart that won ao many friends, In happy bygone days. In serted by her husband and chil dren, W. Carroll, and Jack, Vera, Bill and Joyce.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

:NIGHT'S NOVELTY STORES KEXT COLECHIN'S BOOT STORE. THE CRESCENT, FAIRFIELD Stationery, Toys and Fancy Goods at Bedrock Prices. THIS WEEKS SPECIAL! .. SPECIAL LINE OF GOOD TEAPOTS, 1/8, 1/8, 2/9. f; ^ " GIVE US A TRIAL. You will Call Again HOLIDAYS OVER! BACK TO SCHOOL! DON CAMPBELL HAS THE BEST RANGE OF SCHOOL REQUISITES LATEST BOOKS FIRST QUALITY BEST VALUE DON CAMPBELL'S NEWSAGENCY. Opposite Station Fairfield. CABRAMATTA. PICTURE PALACE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1929 8 p.m. Grand Scotch Concert By the FAMOUS ROBERTSON CONCERT PARTY. Direct from Scotland, aszTied by local artists, viz.: Misa T. Fit* ptrick, Mrs. Young, Messrs. W. Tait:A. Gilroy > Roy Thomas. In aid of Building Fund Cabra-ValePresbyterian Church. Tickets: 1/6 and 1/. Children half price. Reserved seats 6d extra. Box plan at Joyce's Newsagent, Cabramatta. i J. F. HARDY, Hon. Sec. BOOTS, SHOES, MERCERY, TOYS, ETC. AT CLEARING PRICES. PLENTY OF BARGAINS. MUST BE CLEARED WITHIN THREE WEEKS. H. WALKER, THE CRESCENT, FAIR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Phone: Liverpool 238 Phone: Liverpool 238 R. SH1RTLIFF (Late T. Hawkins) WOOD, COAL, AND COKE MERCHANT SMART STREET, FAIRFIELD Leave Your Orders With J. G. McBURNEY & CO., SMART ST., FAIRFIELD Immediate Delivery Beit Quality F. DIXON, CABINET MAKER AND JOINER AU Classes of Furniture made to Design or Catalogue. Straight from Factory to User. Very Reasonable Prices Every Satisfaction Guaranteed ESTIMATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. JOHN STREET. CABRAMATTA. 'PHONE, Liv. The Yellow House AN IDEAL SPOT FOR MOTORISTS REFRESHMENT ROOMS AND PICNIC GROUNDS LIVERPOOL ROAD. NEAR LANSDOWNE BRIDGE Cakes, Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Peter's Ice Cream, Ham, Tongue, Fish, Canned Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes; Billycam, and Bathing Costumes Agent for A. M. P. Society, Cabramatta-Laverpool District S. C. JONES, Proprietor W. S. Brown CANLEY VALE BAKERY WHITE AND BROWN BREAD CAKES AND PASTRY NOTE.- All Goods Made on the Premises PARTIES AND PICNICS CATERED FOR ESTIMATES GIVEN FREEL...

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ENGINE OFF LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

ENGINE OFF LINE. On Friday last, shortly after 12 noon the engine of a ballast train became derailed on the main up line at Fairfield station. It was the heavy type of engine (No. 64-64), and it was necessary to summon a break down gang from Everleigh. The engine was put back on the line about 8 p.m. During the time the obstruction was on the line there was a single line service from Canley Vale to Fairfield, and practically no disorganisation was noticeable.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDEN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

GARDEN NOTES. We have received a contribution from a correspondent re garden notes; but as we do not intend to continue these notes, owing to the large amount of district news, we have held the letter over.

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THE POUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

THE POUND. Aid. Burleigh had it carried at Tuesday's meeting of Fairfield Coun cil that the pound be removed to a more suitable site. He suggested the western end, near the China men's garden.

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