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

LADIES* GLACE KID STRAP SHOES, wide fitting, from L4/11. COLE CHIN'S, Tbe Crescent, Faltfirid.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Of Interest to Women BUTTERMILK FOR BEAUTY [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Of Interest to Women BUTTERMILK FOR BEAUTY Summer months are most trying on a woman's complexion, according to Nancy Carroll, the young player, who has just completed work in "Manhattan Cocktails" for Para mount. "No matter how much attention is given to one's appearance during hot weather," says Miss Carroll, "one is likely to drop below par in looks. Proper diet also, is essentia), for nothing ruins the complexion more than unsuitable food. Meat is most injurious and should be dis pensed with except 011 rare occasions. Plenty of green vegetables and a quart of buttermilk daily will do much to ensure a clear, healthy com plexion during the warm months. "BOYISH" FIGURES The day of the "boyish" feminine figure is over, according to Travis Banton, fashion designer for the Paramount stars. Mr. Bantoh has just returned from a trip to the Continent, and he pre dicts that, within a period of a year, the struggle for the now-popu lar "boyish" figure will be a thing of the past. "There is a...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Hotel Cabramatta RIGHT AT CABRAMATTA STATION J. T. KIRTLEY, PROPRIETOR Telephone: Liverpool 166 Specially Selected Wines 3/- a Bottle Free Delivery of All District Orders Tooth's XXX Ale i All Leading Brands, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines Ales, and- Stouts, at STRICTLY CITY PRICES CABRAMATTA BOOT STORE L. KERSHAW (Next to Coffee Palace) Best Quality Lowest Prices Latest Styles All Classes of Footwear Repairs Neatly Executed Best Quality Leather The man who puts the Wear in Footwear YOUR New Car ALL BRITISH tnB rfgtiSL Range THERE IS AN AUSTIN MODEL THAT WILL JUST SUIT YOUR PURPOSE, AND, MOREOVER, SUIT YOUR POCKET AS WELL. EVERY AUSTIN CAR WILL BEAR THE CLOSEST COMPARISON WITH CARS OF FAR GREATER FIRST COST, WHILST NO CAR CAN BE COM PARED WITH AN AUSTIN FOR ECONOMY OF UP KEEP AND LASTING SATISFACTION. AUSTINS ARE BUILT TO LAST AND TO GIVE THE PURCHASER THE MAXIMUM SATISFACTION. IT IS AFTER 50,000 MILES AND MORE OF ECONOMICAL OWNERSHIP THAT THE TRUE WORTH OF AN AUSTIN BECOMES APPARENT, AN...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

SWIMMING CLUB. There is a movement 011 foot in Fairfield to form a swimming club in connection with the sporta aggtfcia tion formed some time ago. A swimming club just . now could do quite a lot of necessary work, in urg ing upon the authorities the urgent requirements at the bathing resorts. A carnival within a few weeks would be a good way of starting off and sectoring public fltippbrt.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

SATISFACTION, Comfort, 'and Good service are points in Footwear from COLEOHIN'Si The Grescont, Fafaftftfe

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL. PICNIC SHOOT. ON ANZAC RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

PICNIC SHOOT. ON ANZAC RANGE. Following are the results of the picnic ahoot hold at Liverpool on Anniversary Day: Fern Championship {off rifle, for trophy by Mr, M. Fern), won by W.. Wood, and J. Mcndios. Keavcr Aggregate (£1 trophy by Mr, Kidner), 1st, M. Cameron; 2nd, (i doz. stainless knives donated by Mrs. Turner), A. Scattergood. Cash prizes:-H. Bridges, F. Ferrington j case of grapes (by Mr. H. Carr), W. Wood; ox tongue (by W. Smith), G. Strange. 800 yards, (trophy £1, by F. Ful lagcr): G. Strange; 5/ cash prize, J. Mendics; 4/ A. Scattergood. Messrs. Cameron, Turner and A. Scatter good divided for 4th place. 500 yards (trophy £1 by Mrs. Mainsbridge): H. Bridges; 2nd, G. Strange; 3rd, F. Ferrington; 4t!i, Owens, Scattergood and G. Strange divided. 600 yards (prize by Mr. Ross): Owens and A. Bull divided; 2nd, A. Scattergood; 3rd, M. Cameron; 4th, F. Turner, J, Men dies, and W. Wood divided. 700 yards (trophy £1; by Messrs Moore and Green, of Fairfield): 1st, F. Ferrington; 2nd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

, After-Sale Oddments r' ' A Big Assortment of odd Lengthsln Dress Voiles, 88 in. wide. Usual Price 1/11 to 2/11. Oddme^ Price, 1/ per yard. Ladies Art Silk HoBe, Extra long leg. Usual Prico, 8/11. Oddmcnt Price 2/11. Hemstitched Pillow Slips. Usual Price 1/. Oddmcnt Pricc 8|d Ladies' Cotton Singlets, summer weight, without sleeves, bound neck. Usual Price, 2/6. Oddment Price, 1/6. Men's Cotton Singlets, light-weight, for summer wear. Usual Prico, 1/6. Oddment Price, 1/9. WE TAKE CASH ORDERS. MAKE USE OF OUR LAY-BY. yVoods, The D?atVord POMEROY SALE ROOMS, WARE STREET, FAIRFIELD (Next Protestant Hall). STUART G. CHAMBERS AUCTIONEER, SECOND-HAND DEALER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT OUTDOOR SALES CONDUCTED. HOUSES TO LET and FOR SALE, Always on hand. FURNITURE BOUGHT and SOLD, Highest Prices given. GIVE US A TRIAL, YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE. Local Agents for-BRITISH TRADERS INSURANCE CO., LTD. FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. MAKE NOTE OF THE ADDRESS Next the Protestant Hall. St. John's Park A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bossley Park. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Bossley Park. (From our Correspondent.) A euchre party was held in the Bossley Park Hall on last Friday. January 26. Mrs. Price secured first (seagrass chair) in the ladles' section, Mrs. Wallace being second, whilst Mr. L. Rainbow carried off the gent's first prize, and Mr. Young second. The annual election of officers o£ the Bossley Park Progress Associa tion took place on Saturday night. Mr. George was elected president, Mr. W. J. Stein vice-president, Mr. J. Campbell treasurer (re-elected), Mr. Mcdcalfe, Mr. Yoates auditors. The secretary's books were hold by the president pending the clecttcft) of secretary. Mr. J. Walslv WAS noticed in tha district. UacF* has been riptfflfling a few aay^|pfii lira JlaveWk Another leaefits? 5b now lMng In the Park, Miss M. O'Connell having been transferred from Blow Clear (West Wyalong) to Merrylands.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

"ON THE WALLABY." Mr. Bruce Lewin, a veteran com poBitor-journalist) called in to ''The Biz Officc on Thursday. He bails from Mudgeo, having bees on "the wallaby" for 31 years and cov eringover 21,000 miles of roadB in N.S.W., Queensland and Victoria. He is 66 years of age, and intends entering the State Hospital at Liv erpool as Itls eight is falling. Mr, Ltftrhi wtai 8 tteitMQRl friend at Henry Lawstm, and his met, among others on his travels, "tJert Hlnkler and Francis Birtles. He called in at the newspaper in each town when FAIRFIELD SALE. To-day (Baturday) at 3 p.m., Mr. E. J. Cowley, auctioneer, will offer at auction, on the ground, the shop property and general grocery bus iness of Mrs. Plumb, in The Cres cent. This should attract those who . are looking for a safe,investment in property. RateflaVferB of Granvillei BolroVdi Cabrft-Vale and Liverpool . Munici palities, if they are interested in tmo doings of councils, and the progress, of their centres, should read all' about ...

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

OHK PBNtfY. PLEASE I You*., can purchase fJTlie Biz" for .one .penny from any of the new ffiS? AW '?""

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

BC: EARLY Advertisers - will help ub " greatly to minimise the lMt> hour rush tf they will send along change of "copy" by Wtftinetfdfty morning at latest

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

Summer V Sale NOW ON AT Murray Bros. (Parramatta) LIMITED BARGAINS IN FURNITURE. REDUCTONS IN GROCERIES FALL IN DRAPERY SPECIAL CUTS IN FLOOR COVERINGS SAVE BY PURCHASING AT SALE PRICES MURRAY BROS. (Parramatta) LIMITED MONSTER EUCHRE PARTY. Will be held in CRESCENT THEATRE, FAIRFIELD. on Monday, February 4. Ladies Prises. Gents' Prises. 1st-Seagrass Chair. 1st-Seagrass Chair. 2nd-Seagrass Chair. 2nd-Seagrass Chair. 3rd-Seagrass Chair. 3rd-Seagrass Chair. 4th-Sunshade 4th-Pure feilk Shirt. 6th-Sunshade. 6th-Pocket Wallet. 6th-Pair Pure Silk Stockings. Cth-Neckties. (PNP* DON'T FORGET THIS DATE Point Score Competition. E. CHRISTENSEN, Proprietor. J. E. GRADY, Organiser. AUCTION SALE. AUCTION SALE. Furniture and Properly EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. CANLEY VALE Under instructions from MR. & MRS HARRY STEPHENS, who are sail' ing for France immediately, ALFRED S. FINNEY, Auctioneer Will sell by Public Auction, on the Premises, corner of Pervensey and Sackville Streets, Saturday, Feb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liverpool Court. EXCITING MOTOR CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Liverpool Court. EXCITING MOTOR CHASE. Walter Rudd and Harold Reid chose Scott-street, Liverpool, as the place in which to fight it out, and were indulging in hearty blows at cach other when Constables Des reaux and Thompson came suddenly ' on the scene on a motor cycle. On Saturday, before Messrs. A. H. Wcller and E. B. Tully J's.P., both of the combatants were fined 10/. GAR HEADS CAB. The Liverpool police enjoyed a wild motor ride on Friday last, which lasted for 11 miles. Ahead of the police car-a new Ford-was a Checker Cab, driven by Leslie Alfred Gay Danells. The police had word that Danells was under the influence of intoxicat ing liquor. As they came into the main street on foot, the cab started off from the hotel. The police en gaged a car which was standing near and gave chase. According to the Sergeant, the pace set was extremely fast, so much so that the particularly fast Ford could only gain slowly. Their quarry was headed of at Collingwood Hotel. At the police court on...

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Town Clerk's Reply TO AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Toim GlerkU R^ply .jAffbiAUDITOR'S REPORT. Ur. Geo. -Davis, town 'clerk, At Tuesday's meeting cf Fairfield Coun cil, MM » comprehensive reply to the many item* of Irregularity .re ferred to in the auditor's report aub i snittedat the previous meeting'. This waa embodied as the report pf the genera! purposes committee, to whom the auditors report had been referred. The clerk'* reply clearly explain ed the -matters referred to by the auditor, and many .of the matters were caused by faulty work of offic ers who have left the employ of the council. The clerk had reported these matters to previous councils. Be was preparing a report re sundry debtors and charges fdr electricity. Aid. Sharpe said it was pleasing to hear such a satisfactory report after all they had heard. The report was adopted. The halfyearly report WEB read, and drew forth the remarks that it came along much quicker than the yearly statement. It was pointed out that the letter had delayed the former.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. JOHN'S PARK EUCHRE AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

ST. JOHN'S PARK EUCHRE AND DANCE. On Saturday the School of Arts hold a most successful .sooial even ing. The euchre turnameut was woll patronised. It is noted that the chairs given away as prizes for euchre by the School of Arts com mittee ai'o of a very superior quality and are deservingly much sought after. ' The winners were Mrs. Bell of Bonnyrigg,;' Mr. Lunn won the gentleman's chair. (Report tuiys this makes 42 chairs to that family). Young Bill Meadows of' Bonnyrigg, did it the week before. Good euchre players are invited to win two chairs, besides 6 other .valuable prizes at St. John's Park next Sat urday. Last Saturday the local ladies held their own. Mrs; Harfock wm the efceond, Mrs. Keys third and Mrs. Swan fourth. Besides Mr. Lunn, the other win ners of Saturday night werni Mr. I. Anderton second, Mr. W. Meadows, third. Mr. Meadows was again lucky on Saturday. Ho won tho-hand some box of chocolates. . - Mr. W. Miller again acted as M.C.; Mrs. E. Young's orchestra supplie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOTCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

SCOTCH CONCERT. We direct attention to the Sctftfch Concert at,.the Picture PalacGt Cab rartiatta on Thursday next, February 7, in aid of the building fujid of the Presbyterian Church. The famous Robertson, concert party, assisted by local artists, will fill the bill for a night to be long remembered.

Publication Title: Biz, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT RATE BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

ABOUT HATE BOOKS. At Monday night's meeting of the Cabra-vale Council, Aldermen Han bury and Watt moved that the work of writing up the rate bOOkB and iBSfaing the raffe notices be done bV the flffltfs saflf In wbrking htftlfd. It Wbs exjilained that thfdo years tenders fflr this W3rk Wfire c&lled, the lowefet being £120. Liater the staff undertook the work, at a cost which saved the council £45 on this amount. This explanation cleared the atmosphere and the end of the matter was satisfactory.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

Children's Shoe* in great variety at Colechin't Shttfe Stbrej Tills Gltti. cettti Falilifeld.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

PERSONAL The King continues to gain strength gradually. His progress is satisfactory. The Chief Secretary, Mr. A. Brunt nell, died late yesterday afternoon. Rev. W. G, Taylor, who founded the Central Methodist Mission !n 1884, I'cJelrated the eighty-fourth anniversary r.f hip birthday on Janu ary 18. * * ? Rev. H. J. Lofts, with Mrs. Lofts and children, returned on Monday from a tour to Melbourne, through QueenBcliffe. They had some excit ing experiences passing through bush fires. Nevertheless, the trip was en joyable. . * . Rev. Jas Watson, who is visiting the Fairfield Methodist Circuit next Sunday, is one of the ablest men in the N.S.W. Ministry. He spent a number of the earlier years of his ministry as missionary in Fiji, and at a later period was chosen to es tablish a mission among the aborig inals in the North of Australia. He met with cansiderable success in this department of service and is very highly respected and sincerely trust ed by the native races. ? * ? Itev. W. G....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAIRFIELD DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Biz — 2 February 1929

FAIRFIELD DIGGERS. A meeting of the Fairfield branch of the Returned Sailors' and Sold* iers' League was held on the 23rd. inst., Mr. Berriman (president) oc cupying the chair. Mr. Torry Ed wards' saloon was chosen as the meeting place. A good deal of business was con ducted, which should lead to activity in the near future. The branch was formed about November last, and it is gratifying to know there are pros pects of excellent membership* Mr. Hardy, was appointed secretary, to fill the position rendered vacant by the departure of Mr. Kelly. The financial position is quite satisfact ory. It was decided to meet on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

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