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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Geraidton Newspapers Ltd. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS ' T)UE lo the thangwl working con ditions; rombiiied with t!:e fact that neuspriitt is still beJig made available on a qiicta hssrs,- whU'h ; necessitates the phinnii^ of ea--h issue of the 'toraldfon dluar.ijaii and Kvprcss' some da- s in advam-e. it has l)€--ome imperative to niaUe a very definite 'deadline' for the book ing of MHitrai-t advertisiitj; spate and the re--el|»t of i-opy fcr such advertisniierts. As from t;;-xt week, it will therefore Ije newssary for all contract advertising spsc'; t:- be booked at least five days ah?a;i. and for --cp.v to l»e lodged at irast two clear days prior to publication of the issue in which the spat? I* required. The Iccljnrprt of «r.ji.v also applies to advertisers wiih rejlidar sna- e. ar.d rliei.ts ur? r:spei't fiilly advised that it will be neces sary to rigidl)- ttdliere to this arrcKgrinent. In th? ev«nt c^ i«cp-- i:»t beinj; ledgt'd ii; order *.» gi\e th? , required liir.e fcr planning a...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Lord Listowel's Post New Appointment Announced NOT CABINET RANK London, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Lord listowel's Post New Appointment Announced NOT CABINET RANK London. January 3. Lord Listowel (41 -. has been appoint ed Minister of Stare for Colonial Affairs. He will take up his appoint ment to-morrow when his present post as Secretary of State for Burma ends with the transfer of [rawer to Burma. Tire new appointment makes Lord Lisrowel righthand man to the Colonial Secretary (Mr. H. Creech Jones), hut it does not carry Cabinet rank. Lord Listowel, former Postmaster-General, received his Burma appointment in June last.

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Local Bread Prices Sale by Tickets Abolished THE NEW RATES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Local Bread Prices Sale by Tickets Abolished THE NEW RATES Deputy Pru-es Commissioner (Mr. C. 1*. Mathea) announced this week that following a comprehensive review of the bread industry in this State a. minor variation lias been made to the schedule of prices approved on August 4th last for the towns of Albany. Bunlniry. Col lie, Northam and Oraldtou. In those towns provision for the sale of bread per medium of, tickets at «»/- per dozen 21b. loaves has uow been deleted. The prices, which will operate from Mon day next, January 5th, will be as fol lows : — Two-Pound Loaves. — Wholesale, (-/- per dozen: retail cash sale. -Ud. per loaf: retail booked sale. 7d. i»er loaf. One-Pound Loaf — Wholesale, 3/- per dozen: retail cash sale. 3id. per loaf: retail booked sale. 3{d. per loaf. When lib. loaves are sold to the same purchaser to the extent that che total number sold is two. or a multiple of two, then two Ub. loaves are deemed to be a 2Ib. loaf. This means that for every two 111), loa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

ENGAGEMENT j The engygeinent is .iniuiiiiiced of I Daphne. «»nly -I.iiigJitor of Mrs. l\ 11. Sp(*e-ly. of »(!» Hay Sire«-t, Perth, and Keirii. only son of .Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Morley. of Victoria Park, and to cele brate the occasion a most enjoyable party was held on Saturday last at the home of -Miss Speed's grand-parents (Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Webber) at Waggrakine. Births, Marriages and Deaths i BIRTH BOND (nee Pearl Bunter) — On Decem ber 24th, 1947, at St. John, of God! Hospital, Geraldtou, to Pearl and j Bob — a daughter (Sandra Merle), i DEATH | ? j HODGEKISSOX (-;ia-lys Jean)— O:t ] January 2nd. li)4S, as the result of j an accident, beloved workmate of the staff of the Club Hotel, Geraldton. JUPP (Millicent Matilda) — On Deceni- j her 30th, 11)47, loving mother of Flor- I ence (England!, Walter, Dorothy and i Archie. A beautiful memory you have left behind. IN MEMORIAL! '? T I I5ARNDOX — In loving memory of Lyn ette Margaret, who passed away on January 4th. l!M-5. A dear little...

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Third Test Match Bradman in Great Form INDIANS' DECLARATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Third Test Match Bradman in Great Form INDIANS' DECLARATION After the Indian skipper (Amarnalh) had declared ihe Indians' first innings closed at nine wickets for 21)1 runs Australia lost four wickets quickly in the. Third Test to-day. With India 103 behind Australia Amaruath's decision Mas at least a spoiling one, but Aus tralia's early disasters appeared to i justify his plunge. However, IJradmau 1 and Morris pulled the game out of the fire and each had reached the century i when stumps were drawn with Ans- 1 tralia in a strong position with four j wickets down f--r 2-'V-. Headman for j the lirst time scored a century in each I innings of a test match and thus joins, a select band who have achieved this accomplishment. Morris reached his ? century in the last over of the day to! l he accompaniment of thunderous ; applause from the -JS.000 people who witnessed the day's play. Details: — AUSTRALIA First Innings ? 3i)4 i Second Innings ? J. Johnson, c Hazare, b Amaruath 0 ' Dooland, ...

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Further Snowstorm NEW YORK VISITATION All Communications Halted EXTENSIVE DAMAGE New York, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Further Snowstorm NEW YORK| VISITATION All Communications Halted EXTENSIVE DAMAGE NtW York, Jauuarv 'J. Wliile still recovering trom last week's record snow-storm New York was again crippled M-day by sle.-t and ireezing rain. Simv. , is a^ain falling. Road, rail and air traiiic :m-{ coiuumui cations are virtually paralysed. A storm, reported to be one of the worst of the c^ntur,.. has centred on New York and ext. M'is through sixteen States to Chicago and Iowa. Adding to New York's distress a new snow storm is reported to he on the way. Thousands of families already are. without electricity. Daiuane computed in millions of dollars has been caused. Power lines and elect ii-- and telephone wires have snapped under heavy ice coatings or have been, broken by tree? crashing under the weight -=i i--,\ 'trad ing has been suspended until at least to-morrow on the New York. Boston and Chicago Slock Exchanges. Temperatures in tlie Plains States have fallen to zero or lower.

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CHURCH SERVICES Arrangements for To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

CHURCH SERVICES — Arrangements for To-morrow The following services will be con ducted in various churches in the town during to-morrow (Sunday) : — Church of Christ. — 1-» a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Worship in the C.W.A. Hall at the corner of Marine Terrace and Gregory Street. Church of England. — 7.3(» a.m.. Holy Communion ; 10 a.m.. Holy Communion with Address (Young People's Family Service) : 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer with Sermon and Holy Communion: .''? p.m.. Holy Baptism; 7.3(1 p.m.. Evening Prayer with Sermon. Presbyterian Church. — 10.30 a.m.. Morning Worship (preacher. Rev. A. Gregson) ; 7.3' p.m.. Evening Worship (preacher, Mr. L. Darwin). Attention is drawn es[»ecially to the altered time of the morning service. Methodist Church. — Tl a.m.. Morning Worship (preacher. Mr. L. Darwin I: 7.30 p.m.. Evening Worship, antlv.'in. 'I Will Feed My Flock': solo. 'Cod Make. Me Kind.' Mr. T. A. Davey (preacher. Hev. A. T. N. Hollands . ' Salvation Army. — 7.30 a.m.. Prayer Meeting.: ...

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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales OPENING PRICES FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Fat Stock Markets ? .» ? Midland Junction Sales OPENING PRICES FIRM I Opening prices were firm at t!te tat [??attle market at Midland Junction o« Tuesday and remained fairly even throughout. Agents ottered .'»:j3 boasts j to a full attendance nf the tti-'tr-»|tolit-di trade and a small number of country butchers. The yarding was comprise:! mainly of medium to weighty good imality bullocks and there were also several pens of good quality steers and heifers. The supply of good quality weighty cows was limited, but there was a fair number of medium id ^ood quality lightweight beasts. Quota tions: — iicHui weighty bullocks:. Hi) t-» £pi; odd extra heavy, to £2-1: good inediumweight. £17/1O/- to £is/io/-: medium. £14 to £!.'»: good steers. £ir»/l«V- to il-;/Hi/-: odd liens, higher; g-xjd lightweight. £12 to £13/10/-: «„, «i weighty cows. £14 to £».'»: good mediui:i weighr. £12 t-i £VS/W/-: goud light weighr. £1O/H»/- to £11/10/-; niedunn conditioned. £7 to £!?; plain and rougli. lower. C...

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In Canberra Today [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

^^ k«Vt&KJt^!'. I'. t cmt I rf r I rtiir I '?'? ? ? ?vTr_jSSSr -. wfe . «3 FROM OUR CCUJMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE W«'jitln-r hi Caulii'i r.i over Christinas ?ami New Year has Imh-*ii unpreeedently dull and wet. IVdenil tiuvernnieul ntlicers. relaxing in their Canberra ^:ir dciis, ;tr-* striking j-«kiiifrJy wherher tiiis is an omen for IIMs Will it he unpre cedented :iik1 dnll'r Will some of Jin' .Minister* still In- 'wet'? [u the National f'apital. the most serious -!i.-- cussiou iu Cabinet «-r cuniiuiltee begins with a discussion about the weather. Usually the sun shine* — '-'anberra the city where, the suu shines -'\«-ry day' tlio rotirist jruido says. I Hii-inir VM7, flr«» tfuisf rcvnlutionai'v dwisifins Iiavi- l«H»u mado on sunny days \vh«»u tlit worUjiday world «'t iht* r»^al Australia swmimhI j-fjimt^. Tli«* iVw puhli«r ser vants wlio Jiavt' siii-r-iaJ win-li u- do over th»» holidays arc saving - ''Wj-U. ii 's nearly twenty years siiu-f uv had a wci ? 'liristmrts .-Mid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

^S %T^ My husband says I'm the best 1^1^ ^ cook in the world . . . . but NURSES TNF1ff Hot Strawberry Shortcake 'BuIJK Pour ozs. Nurse's Cornflour, 12 ! Roll to about h inch thickness ? ozs plain flour, 4 heaped tea- or a little less. Cut into 3 incn r-n^^S?-^.^ spoons baking powder, h teaspoon rounds. Place half on oven tray. /iw^SSPSa!^**^ salt 4 ozs butter or substitute, I brush with milk or melted butter iMtft^^^-r^^ 2 tablespoons honey, 2 eggs, about 1 and top with remaining rounds. tWHi/JB-P'nwBi 1 cup milk, 1 punnet strawberries. Brush tops with milk or melted l*'.UiVftF'W*^l 2 tablespoons water, 2 extra table- butter and bake in hot oven I P~9^Miu-ljix&t spoons honev, 1 extra level table- -450° F.) for 20 minutes. To I* Jg^-S||^| spoon Nurse's Cornflour. prepare strawberries, crush half m^':maWK.r t^^i the berries and combine with lalivll l^'i water, honey and Nurse's. Heat m^Wf* 4 XM' 7a?ffStf Sift Nurse's Cornflour, plain flour, until thickened. Split the short- » ...

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AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies VARIETY OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

AMUSEMENTS -.—?... ^ Radio Theatre Talkies VARIETY OF .f KOGIIAMMES I The hilarious ???.?i.ie-iy. '^he Went to j the i»a----s. aii'i im.- s,...,rikv 1 ul l.rniSJl j ^jiy -ii;:i:ia, ''-viglil J....-H t-i ililnllll.' i --'ii.-iiiui.' the in;:in a tt 1 aciions 01J me j pr--gi-;iialue I-- lie |.ft si.-jiictl at tlie j lia»Uo liiejitle Ii.-lii^llt. liie JeatU.es' lor Monuay. 'Husoay and \\ViiiH-sday nigiiis are as ionnw-: - j 1 *-i —1 u.veisjil .\ewsi\el. i (-(--'?-.iiunigJit -Uatuiunt.' (William tJargan. Ann ta^-ige. Leo Gortvy and ?it'.-rge Zviccol. j «3»— Urevity. ! (4) — 'Suorty' (Fred MacMurray. Anue liaxter, Ititice (.allot ynd Esther , 'Smoky' 1'iliucd in t'.'chuicolor and starring ? Fici A»ia«-.«iurray wttu Aunt.' L-axier ; ana liswi i\es, '.?suiouy,' will oe sc.eon- ! t-ti on -uoLiuay. 'J'ues-.tay and WcdiiiSday ; ni^hiS n«.\t. \» ih .la lues, who \\as a io\,naiid lnmseii. wrote the thrilling ; Uile iidu out of the r-iugii-and-iuuible \vesi 01 caul- siampedes and gun-t»t- j ing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

j ... NEW YEArTsPECIALS .. \ J Tel. 91 — MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON — TeL 91 Men's Colored Slub Linen Sports Shirts — Dowie's Price, 15/9 each (seven coupons) ;- Men's Army Khaki Work Shorts — Dowie's Price, 8/10 j| 4 per pair (two coupons) ;? J Men's Ail-Wool Ribbed Bathing Trunks — Dowie's Price, «j i 1 0/6 per pair (no coupons) ;| ?5 Boys* Striped Cambric School Shirts — Dowie's Price, j; I; 8/11 each (three coupons) , ;! j! Boys' Khaki Shirts, long sleeves — Dowie's Price, 8/3 each i (three coupons) J Boys' Grey Melange and Navy Serge School Knickers—1- i Dowie's Price from 1 1/6 per pair (three coupons) - Plain and Floral Cotton House Frocks, sizes S.W. to X.O.S. - — Dowie's Price, 17/11 each (four coupons) j - White Pillow Cotton, extra strong, 40 inches wide — ; % Dowie's Price, 2/1 1 per yard (two-and-a-half coupons) J White Flannelette, 36 inches wide — Dowie's Price, 2/6 ;! per yard (two coupons) ! !; Head Cloth, 54 inches wide in saxe blue, green and vieux § rose — Dowie's...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Mentone CHIEF RACE TO LAW LIST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Eastern States Racing Meeting at Mentone CHIEF RACE TO LAW LIST The Ascot Thousand, the principal event on the programme of the race meeting conducted at Menti.ne this afternoon was won by Law List. The details of the various events are .as fellows. :— SHUT HANDICAP Five furlongs San Cinistabel. S.y ? 1 lTumis. 7.12 ? 2 Queen's Court, S.-- ? 3 Other starters: Carbon Copy S.SJ. Damon S.!-. Le Beau 8.9. Promising b.-K Rustic Prince HM. y«.»ng Lockslea 8.J-. Breezy Sea S.7. Pamela Louise S.-», Thi-acia 8.3, Tucana S.3, (Jreat Hero 8.0. Betting: (- ro 4 against the winner. Dividends: 7/-. ir-/i-. 12/-. CLARENDON HANDICAP Seven furlongs Ulterior. 8.4 ? 1 Saturn 8.7 ? 2 Clendena 7.3 .......... 3 Other starters: Sandy Bay 8.10. Tumult S.tl, Bold John S.2. The Gaffer 8.2, I ortolitha S.0, Violent S.0, Amarie 7.11. Dungarvan 7.8, Sum Win 7.S. Ever glade 7.7. Saxondale 7.7, Magazine 7.-'». Itestf ill 7..~i. Big Heart 7.3. Stormy Wind 7.1. Colden Cheers 7.0. Betting: .'» to 1 against the winne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

&/a- /O CnUmi/r- '(scomeJ? M When John Garrett Busscll brought his *g bride from England, the remaining Bub |j sell brothers gradually left 'Cattle « Chosen' to build homes of (heir own. § Charles Bussell, who remained un » married, buifl the sprawling and pic B* turesque 'Sandiiands' about a mile cast rftj of Busselton, between the Estuary and ^ the sea. Surrounded by old peppermint 'M trees, the homestead is over a hundred jrtS years old, and is built from wattle and ? !* daub covered with weatherboards, with \ a shingled roof. The windows, some of isp which are lcadliglits. were brought from 'Je England by the Bussells. )3| Published as a tribute to our- pioneers gp by the Swan Brewery Company Limited. !*i| makers of Swan Lager. j|i L ? _ ^ ? t ? Home Buyers! Home Purchase Loan money is available in a large number of important Country centres, including GERALDTON LIBERAL ADVANCES on approved securities of new brick, brick veneer, timber or fibre-cement construction, or i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

I ? NOW AVAILABLE — ? — \ Milliard Master Radio £33/3/- — ? Model 651— A.C.-D.C. ? £33/3 A I BATTERY MODELS ARRIVING SHORTLY AGENT : ! O. BOYES ADDRESS— 23 DURLACHER STREET, GERALDT0N j Telephone — After Hours, No. 355 ALSO IN STOCK-BATTERIES, VALVES, LAMPS, RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES EVEREADY PLU&IN BATTERIES J 770P., 45-volt, 19/8 each — X250P., 1.5-volt. 19/10 each \ j Electrical and Mechanical Repairs j Repairs, Overhauls and Re-winds to all makes of Magnetos, \ J Starter Motors, Generators and all Rotating Electrical , Machinery and Switch Gear REPAIRS TO ALL TYPES OF ? GUNS, RIFLES AND LNTSTRUMENTS $ Electrical and Mechanical Installations, House Wiring, Bat- | tery Charging and Radio Repairs ' ' \ ARMATURE EXCHANGE SERVICE | .% SECONDHAND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD | O. G. JONES ! J Electrical and Mechanical Engineer and i Contractor, Gunsmith and Instrument Maker j i AUK.vr van v.r\ t- instucmkxt coy., i-kuth. gunsmiths and ' ?C scfkxtific instiuaikxt jiakkiis !...

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Metropolitan Racing Last Day of Carnival CHERBOURG WINS STAKES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Metropolitan Racing ? * ? Last Day of Carnival CHERBOURG WINS STAKES A comfortable victory was achieved by Cherbourg in the Imperial Stakes, which was the chief nice on rlie pro gramme fur the last day --f i)r-- carnival ? -f tiic Western Australian Turf Chin at headquarters this af(ernooi). Detaiis of I In* meeting are as follows: — COMMONWEALTH HANDICAP (For two-yea r--;hls) Six furlongs Leonard) i. N.ll (Lansdownt 1 British Myth. !M-- R. Tref fotl'.') ? 1' Earl Balkan. N.4 (Tulluhi . 3 Other starters: Royal Flcei S.0. Mer re-!iti 7.11', Master Bruce 7.11. Fine Flare 7.'.). Aesthete 7A, Androth 7M, Gold M-tth 7.1!. Cay Pieretle 7.1. Ueiting: o to 1 against the winner. Dividends: 10/-, -;/♦;. 7/-. I 'RIMER WELTER Seven furlongs Rulersi, S.I (Tulloii.) .. ..1 Solyolist, S.o (Silburn) .... 2 Blue Stream, !*.1-I (McCloud) 3 Other starters: Beauperian '.).'.). Bal kona S.11. Legend \ight S.ii. Lucy Con si ance S.-. Star Mean S.I, A mid i us .S.0, Adeima S.(». Cratnity S.0. Belting: 4 t...

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Kalgoorlie Hospital A DOCTOR'S CRITICISM Maternity Ward Conditions IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED Kalgoorlie, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Kalgoorlie Hospital -* ? A DOCTOR'S CRITICISM Maternity Ward Conditions IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED Kalgoorlie, This Afternoon. At least two babies died last \ear because of inadequate cooling iariliiies in the maternity ward nursery at the Kulgoorlie District Hospital. This state ment was made by a leading Goldlields doctor to-day. Air-conditioning ami an incubator for the ward had been planned, but the work had not liven carried out, he said. In the meantime j hot weather imperilled the lives of ! newly-born babies. When a baby show- j ed signs of collapse in the nursery it was taken to the air-conditioned section of the children's ward, but sometimes it was too late to save the child. The doctor said that the maternity ward and nursery were over-crowded. One four-blade ceilins fan was the only cooling device in the nursery. Fans were most unsuitable for delicate babies. Rabies could not be £iven the required individual nursinpr attention J because of shortage of trained stair. ! For that...

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE The following passengers travelled from Carnarvon by the CarnarvonGer aldtoii Taxi Service yesterday: — Messrs. Thompson, Moss and II. Hvr rup. M--sdaiii--s Thompson and Moss. Prices of SniallgooiLs. — New maximum prices of smallgoods, which operated as from January 1st last were ;innounced early this week. The new prices granted slight increases lo offset higher manufacturing costs. The prices fixed for the metropolitan area are as fol lows: — I'ork sausages, wholesale DJd. per Jb.. retail 1/- per Ib: cocktail frank furfs, 1/2 and 1/7M. : saveloys, 71d. and 1O«1.: brawn (beef), -S.Jd. and 1/-; brawn (pork). l/-»id. and l/-». These prices also apply to. all other towns where smallgoods were manufactured. For sales elsewhere the cost of fr^^^ port from Ihe source of supply cou^^^H added. J^^^^^k

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Alleged Parricide Dairy Farm Shooting EARLY MORNING SCENE Brisbane, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Alleged Parricide ? « ? Dairy Farm Shooting EARLY MORNING SCENE Brisbane, .lanuarv 3. Ernest Edward Porch (Til!), dairy farmer, of Connoudale. is in the I»ris baue Hospital with a ritle bullet wound in his side. Landsborough poli--.» have detained his fifteen-year-old son. They were told that at 4.4.'- ji.ni. Porch woke his sons for the morning milking, but one did not get up. Later Porch was standing near the milking sheds rolling a cigarette, when lie was shot through the stomach.

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Mr. Churchill's Illness Anxious Inquiries in Britain NO CAUSE FOR ANXIETY London, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 January 1948

Mr. Churchill's Illness Anxious Inquiries in Britain NO CAUSE FOR ANXIETY London, .Tanuarv 3. The local French physician (J-r. Plot), who has been attending Mr. Win ston Chun-hill at Marrakesh (Mor occo), has treated him with the dmy M. and li. for a touch of bronchitis, reports 'the Daily Express' man at Mju-rakesh. Earlier the British United I'ress cor respondent ;it Marrakesh reported that Mr. Ohurchi)Vs doctors said there was 110 cause for rtnxiety about his condi tion. Sirs. Churchill and Mr. Churchill's irfiysiciaii (Lord Moran) left London by air yesterday for Marrakesli follow ing ;t telephone call late on Thursday night from Mr. Churchill's daughter (Mrs. Sarah Oliver). Mrs. Oliver said that while there was no cause for anxiety it would he as well if the visit were made. Following news of the visit anxious inquirers in Britain swamped Mr. Churchill's secretary, his friends', the .? newspapers, the B.B.C. and the Cott- j servative Party headquarters with their calls. Rumors ...

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