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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

i! New Lines Now Offering ji ? ' -_AT_ & Elite Supply Co. | i; GERALDTON \ \\ Ladies' Spot Silk Blouses, S.W. aiid W., navy, black and \ ;! blue grounds — 30/10 for 22/6 (five coupons) 4 '! Floral Silk Blouses, S.S.W. and S,W., tie neckline and Ij J waist, to clear— 39/8 for 29/11 \ ;! A Bjg Range of Children's Aprons, sizes 1 8 to 28 — Priced J !; at 3/3 to 4/5 each (two coupons) § j! Khaki Drill Shirts (Army Disposals) in all sizes, to clear 5 |i ' , —9/7 for 6/1 1 each J. !; Army Disposal Khaki Blouses, all sizes, to clear — 1 1/3 Jj; ;!' for 7/1 1 each S «! All Shades in 'Fuzzy-Wuzzy' Angora Wool at 5/6 ball ?; J; 56-inch Circular Milanese in tea-rose; manufacturer's ^ j| oddments at 4/1 1 per yard (coupon free) ^ - * \ **Sunray' Pin-Spot Muslins, 38 inches wide, white, pink, ^ j; nil and sky — Priced at 6/1 per yard (two coupons) % !j A Big Range of Shades and Patterns in Spun Silks, 36 ^ .;! inches wide — Priced at 5/- per yard (two coupons) J j; English Shantung Silks...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Visit of Riflemen — The secretar.v il'.v. A. McKay) i-eported to a meming of the (ieraltlKMt Trogress and T-niri.st Association on Tuesday night last that inquiries had been instituted for the accommodation in tin* town of approxi- ] inarely niii^jy riHemen front ihf metro politan area arid various parrs of the ; tiofthern distrii-t. who would visit Gel1- ! aldton to participate in a prize meet ing to be conducted from May 1st to ! May 3rd. Mr. McKay explained tliar the accommodation problem in Gerald- ; ton was easing .slightly in (liat jnorc ? private h-«!iie-o\vn«'r-- wetv afiproa--hiiig i the Association wiiii offers to proviile i for visitors. The meeting agr«*ed that j everything possible should be done- to find accommodation for the visit inu: riflemen. . j

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Wether Prices Variable LAMBS FLUCTUATE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Wether Prices Variable LAMBS FLUCTUATE Trices for wethers eased 1/- a head at the opening of the fat stock market at Midland .lunction on Wednesday, but keener competition was forthcom ing later and values improved. The inquiry for lambs fluctuated. Bidding «'a.s keen at the opening sales, eas*'*! on the second round of the auctions and closed hriu,^ Jieunbs. carry ing fair skins and in goim 'cijnditiou^sold fairly well throughout. Trices for cattle wen-* equal to the prevlou.s sale's improved rates. i Sheep 1O.SU; yarded): Trices:—! Wethers: Best he.-n-yweight. 4-V- t-# j 47/- (-«ld p^us, higher! : best medium- j weight. 41/- to 44/-: best light weight, j 3-;/- to 3s/-; medium. 34/- to 37/-: plain i and light, lower. Ewes: Best hca\\ j weight. :i«i/- to 32/- (odd pens, higher i : best mediumweight. 2-i/- to 29/-: llSl ! lightweight. 22/- to 24/-: medium. 17/ to 1J)/-: plain and light, lower. Lambs -1.28' yarded): Trices: — Best heavyweight. 43/- to 4S/-: bs'st itiediumweight. 37/- ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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OUR SERIAL STORY "Married in May" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

OUR SERIAL STORY 'Married in May' BY MADGE BARLOW Our readers are infromed that all characters in this story are purely imaginary, and if the name of any living ]-erson hapjwns to be meuti(»ned no personal reflection is iniendedj ? I CHAPTER 1 \ 'ilarritHl iu May, You1)] rue it for aye.' So runs rhe ancient saw. disdained of u)-«ieriis. Cherry quoted it gravely to Bob when he fixed the date of their wedding for the fir,st of May, and Bob laughed at. j her and told her she was a silly little I woman. Hob was very modern. He had his way. of course, and on the last day of the month his father, Robert Armltage, awaited the home- ' coming of the bridal pair -in a mood that threatened the speedy vindication of the proverb. Robert was a retired Scottish factory-owner, wealthy and ambitious, and Cherry was a waif of rhe Australian backwoods ; so Fate had ample material for the weaving of trouble. Besides, Boh had been almost engaged to Bessie Neilsou prior to his voyage to Australia to recu...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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West-End Developments Camp and Caravan Area NEW PLANS APPROVED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

West-End Developments Camp and Caravan Area NEW PLANS APPROVED Thins for improvements to the West Jvuil Beach, embracing the extension of cauij* sile^ and a propojsed layout for a new caravan and camping area, for warded by the Geraldton Municipal Council, were discussed at length at a neering of the Geraldton Trogress and Tourist Association en Tuesday night last. The meeting unanimously endors ed the !?»-?- Jii!iut'i!-l,-)}i-'ii of the Associa tion's m.-tiiagement committee, which .approved «.f the scheme as one on ivhich the organisation's contribution of £3lH» to the Council might lie expended. The president (Mr. M. S. Branden burg) explained that the works com mittee of the Council had ascertained that the ex|ien-liture. which would be involved in the implementation of £he scheme would l»e in the vicinity of £1.20(1, and the Association might find it possible, to commit it.self to a further contribution of £3iX» to the Council on a pound for pound basis following the expiration...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS PIER MAIDEN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS VIKll MAIDEN (K«»r two-year-wilds J Five furlongs (First Division) Del.Fuego - - « 7 luiiater ? 8 3 i'riiKT San - !S 7 Ounleur - - - S 2 \Ut? Gay - - S 7 Kareuie - - - S 1 .Mel H'i's ill. - 8 G Koala Iiey - 8 1 Aesthete - - - S ~- Kearney ? 8 1 Tish ? - S 4 \lf-i i;erry - S O ^\vt. lii.nmia S 4 L.,rd Mund - 8 «? Miss Tortino S 4 D:i\yas* Mist - 7 Vf Joan's Star - S 3 l'r. Fi$£k& - 1 H Warren - - - S 3 lifiliNi? i*iKR 3tfAn-^^ (For two^y^ar^feff. ' Five furlonjrs: r CSwond 'Division) Jollair - - - S 9 The West'ner 8 2 llinila'? Gl. - S 7 Sansoval ? 8 li Wortlimaur - 8 -i Lunar I-ijrht S 1 I »ual Legend 8 H P.auk Note - S 1 . t'hantins - - S i Gay TMerette. S 1 | Span. Night 8 4 Ualkanette '- S 0 ! Kssenlial --S3 Ball Dress - 7 13 ! Franjrlo ? S3 Olivlou ? 7 12 ! -i. Intervener S 3 I»-» Leap ? 7 7 Fine Spear - S -2 j HOWARD MAIDEN ! (For five years and under) j Seven fnrl«;nfts : Tyclotron - - i) C Mark Royal 7 10 | Syl...

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New Gas Holders Two Local Installations PROGRESS OF THE WORK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

New Gas Holders Two Local Installations PROGRESS OF THE WORK The installation of two new stwl pi.s-li«il-|«*rs. one of a -a|»a«ity of '2~tM*l-} ruliic let't ami tin* otluT i.f l.'i.ijtt.i cubic l'wt is ex[UH-t«Nl t-t Ite ---nii|ilere-l ut the iias works of Uu* - u-mldtoa iJ\iiiir)i-al Couiifil sljnrtly after TIasrw. Omsinictiaii work' w;is oiuimwicc'l in I Member last hy the ---mtr«tti-irs ? -Hiuiif Steel Ltd.. Siiiiiiu-nt. .-tn-i followinjr an iiiternijition over tlie Cliristuuis holiday period, was resuiue.i mi January l.'itli. It is fiiuiripated that there will he a further interruption in the work over the Easter vacation, ! due t-» the inalnlity -»f the workmen {-- find a»'-'oinniodation in the town during | the visit of volunteer lireinen and orti i rials for the Fire Uri cades' I k'lnon- st ration. These two hti^t*, --ylindricai gas lioldcrs will re{-lare the exi.stinjr holder. I which ha« heen in operation siuee the . opening of the works in lSJW. The steel -j;as fontuiuers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

j: Exclusive Silks and Dress Fabrics NOW OBTAINABLE AT WILLOCKS Tel. 116 ? GERALDTON ? Tel. 116 . ? . ? I EXCLUSIVE SILKS \\ Imported English and Continental Silks that are exquis- jjj i itely designed in fashion and in the newest colors; a large % range of fascinating patterns in 3^-yard Robe Lengths at !j 87/6 per length — Obtainable only at Willocks £ WASHABLE ART SATINS \ I These are ideally suitable for the making of Undies, Pyjamas or Dressing Gowns — 36 inches wide and only 2/7 per yard (two coupons) ITALIAN SPUN SILKS This material makes the loveliest of Lingerie and is dain tily designed with small tulip motif and in pastel shades of pink, green and blue and also in white — 34 inches wide at 7/9 per yard (two coupons) SHANTUNG Floral Patterned Shantung in extra smart designs; crease resisting and in blue, pink, lemon and aqua — 36 inches I wide and 9/7 per yard (two coupons) ; MATT CREPES Quiet Conservative Patterns for the Smart Matron and in ; !; all the wanted shades inc...

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Recreation Facilities A Reply to "Sport Lovers" COUNCIL'S POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Recreation Facilities A Reply to 'Sport Lovers' COUNCIL'S POSITION Replying to a letter which appeared recently in the 'Geraldton Guardian' over the uome-de-plume of 'Snort Lovers,' Cr. L. W. Khepheard at last night's meeting of the GeraMton Muni cipal Council touched briefly on the t ft'«*rt.-? of the local authority to improve the recreation ground and on the . reasons for the improvements recently j affected at Queen's Park. j Cr. Slu'pheard said that the writers j had referred to the money spent by j (he Council on improvements at Queen's j Park for the volunteer firemen's demon- ' rtraiion to l-e held «.n this ground at j Master. Councillors were fully aware cf the large amount of money spent on this ground and why this expenditure ? had been authorised. The demonstra- ; tiou had been held in different towns ' in the State for many years and it was ; contended by the Council that when the j demonstration was held in Geraldton .' it was justified in providing a running '! track ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

! ? MISCELLANEOUS U^S from Tuesday, March Und, the usual '1 p.m. Bus ex Northampton -» Tuesdays and Fridays will depart at 1.15 p.m. for Geraidtoa. J^}' O1U THEFT! Locking Handles with Keys, suitable for doors and luggage boots Available from the Parts Department of Younjj Motors l'ty. Ltd., Geraldton. \J^iiE You Interested iu Repertory? If so, come along and bring your friends to the Geraldton Ilepertory Club's Social Evening to be held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Club in the Geraldron Town Hall on Wednesday, March 3rd, 194S, at S pan. Admission is free. BLUFF i'OINT HALL— Usual Tennis Dunce on Saturday night next with fast floor, good orchestra and good supper. jQOCUMEXT BASKETS— NVw Stocks of Wire Document Baskets. Obtain able from Geraldtou Newspapers Lim ited. Geraldton. EXCHANGE! Modern House in met ropolitan area for similar Geraid tcn. Replies to 'Advertiser,' P.O. Box ?^59, Geraidton, fOR SALE — (rttnt'.s Bicycle, in good condition; price, Bi/Hi/-. Apply a...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Matinee Programme. — Denis Morgan is starred in the rollicking' comedy, 'Two Guys From Milwaukee,' which will be screened at the Radio Theatre matinee on Saturday next. The short subjects will include Australian Review, Popular Science, Travel Talk, brevity iind another episode of the serial, ?'Urenda Starr, Reporter.' Feed Coupons.— The following food coupons are now current: — Tea: r» to !-5 (H to S expiring ou March 21s{ and new coupons 17 to 20 bec«'!Jjing avail able from March 22nd). Hmtev 10 to 12, which expiry on March 21st, new coupons 13 to in becoming available on MiU-ch 22nd. Meat: lied 22 to 2r» and lilue 2'» to 27 will expire on March '-ilst and Red 2'6 to 2S, Blue 29 to 31 become available on March Sth. Municipal Vah&doas. — The town clerk (Mr. R. W. Carter) reported to last night's meeting of the Geraldton Municipal Council that two valuers of rhe Taxation Department had arrived in Geraldton to make a commencement with the work of re-valuing ...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Flemington SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Eastern States Racing Meeting at Remington SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME The following are tbe acceptances for tbe raee meeting to he conducted at Flemington on Saturday next : — PINES HURDLE RACE Two miles Hiatus - - 11 W Kings Glen i) 0 Silgaro - - 11 1 Esquire ? 0 n j Cherry Hoy 10 6 Flamstead - fl S| Sun E:igk» - 10 0 Brunch ? 0' 2 j Faunus ? 0 12 Dandenong - 9 2 j V. Follv - - 9 12 Edgarley --92 Sir Nolte - - 9 11 MetalviUe - 9 2 Kookaburra 9 10 Chandos - - 9 0 I), of Avon 9 0 Halsbury - - 9 0 Ferguson - - 9 6 Ketford - - - 9 0 SIRES PRODUCE STAKES i-i^vpn furlongs Ungar - - - 8 10 C. Court - - S 1.0 IJeuga! - - - 8 10 Blessing ? S 7 Kerrigan - - 8 10 H. Mistress - 8 7 Rocket Gun - S 10 ST. I,EGER STAKES One-jind-three-quarJer miles Collins Pride 8 10 Antheliou - - S 10 Cronides - -8 10 Fresh Hoy - S 10 Lungi - - - S 10 Metellus - - S 10 KING'S PLATE One-and-a-half miles Valcurl ? 9 3 Robert B. - S 71 Amelia ? S 11 Westralian - S 1 MARCH NURSERY Six furlongs H. Mistress - S 10 Noban ? 7...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROG R AMMES There will be a complete change of programme at the Radio Theatre to-night. The main attraction is 'Dan- gerous Holiday,' starring the youthful Xew Zealand violinist (Ronnie Sin clair) and it will be supported by 'Two Guys From Milwaukee,' tolling the story of deposed royalty in a democra tic setting. The programme for Friday and Saturday nights is as follows: — ! (1) — Australian Review. (2)— 'Women Aren't Angels' (Robert sop Hare, Alfred Dayton and Polly Ward). (3)— Brevity. (4)— 'The Secret Heart'' (Claudette Colbert, Walter Pidsreon, June Allyson and Lionel Barryinore). ''Hie Secret Heart' Tlie gripping and -emotionally pene trating story of a girl whose unnatural attachment for the memory of her father brings her close to the brink of J tragedy is stirringly enacted in 'The Secret Heart,' with Claudette Colbert, Walter Pidgeon and June Allyson offering three of the finest acting per formances of the year. In this ...

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Voyage to Australia Family's Leisurely Cruise A THREE-YEAR PLAN Los Angeles, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Voyage to Australia * Family's Leisurely Cruise A THREE-YEAR PLAN Los Angeles, February 2G. A man and his wife and their sou and his dog have started from Newport Beach in a 3S-feet ketch on a three year voyage to Australia. Engineer John M. Townsend has spent two years preparing for the voy age which will take in Mexico, Costa Rica and Galapagos Islands. They intend to cruise leisurely in the South Seas before heading for Australia. The son is four years old. . . ? : ? ^ i

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

PERSONAL Mr. F. MI Praiser, ; principal of Chap man's Pharmacy at Geraldtou, is at present spending a holiday in the south western portions of the State. Mr. F. H. Chrisuias, officer-in-charge of the wireless station at Geraldtou, who has spent the past fortnight as a patient in St. John of tiod Hospital, returned to his home this week. * * ? * * v. * f Mr. D. McVea, sen., of Mt. Hawthorn, who was for many years attached to. the local staff of the Police Depart ment, arrived in Geraldton at the lat ter end of last week to spend a. vacation with his son and daughter-in-law (Mr. and Mrs. D. McVea, of Shenton Street). * * * * * Police-Inspectcr H. W. Archibald left Geraldton yesterday on a brief visit to the. city. He expects to return at the week-end accompanied by his wife. It was announced yesterday that Inspector Archibald had been promoted from the rank of third-class to second class inspector. * 4 * * ? * Mr.- Peter Halley, second son of the Rev. R. B. and Mrs. Halley, of Ger ald...

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West-End Beach Kiosk Prosecution by Council POLICE COURT HEARING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

West-End Beach Kiosk ? a. ? * Prosecution by Council j POLICE COURT HEARING ' In tin1 Geraldtou Court house to-day before rlx- resident juajristrare (Mr. T. Anpell), Reginald Hatchelor. caterer, appeared t«; answer a charge preferred by the Gefaldton Municipal Council, of having, ar premises known as thy W«?st Eml Iieacu Kiosk, of which h;* was the occupier, disposed cf liquid waste pro duced urior: the .said n remises, other than by a method prescribed l-y the ! provisions of the Health Act. Mr. C. 1Z. ' St-:w appeared on l-eh;ilt «,f the Council i and Batcheloiv who pleaded not guilty I to the charge, conducted his own ' defence. i Hui,:-rt Arthur Dunne, health insnec- ? tcr - f the Genddtnn Municipal Couu eil, said that a kiosk 'at the West-End Beach oj«? rated' by the -Jeien-lant was j within the boundary of the Munici- J nality -;f GeralUton and that he had J hail occasion to make several insptH:- j tions of the kicsk in regard to draiu- i ;ige. When lie first insisted jut? pro...

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Shooting at Kirup Italian Housewife Charged MEDICAL TESTIMONY Bunbury, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Shooting at Kirup Italian Housewife Charged MEDICAL TESTIMONY Buubury, February 20. Ilario Audino, an Italian, aged forty years, of Kirup, died of haemorrhage from a wound about three inches below the crease of his left thigh, suiting this at the inquest in Bunbury Court house to-day Dr. D. C. Foster said that he had taken fifteen lead pellets and some cartridge wads from the wound. Audiuo died on February 16th. Maria Alfonsino Comisso (28), Italian house wife, of Kirup, has been charged with his murder. Dr. Foster said that the wound in Audino's leg was about two-and-a-half Inches long by three-quarters-of-an-inch wide and at an angle of 30 degrees. Its direction was found to be upwards, out wards and backwards. Dr. Foster said that if Audino had been standing up the gun would have been below the level of the wound when the shot was fired. From the direction of the wound it would be impossible to fire the gun from a horizontal position. In his opinion the gun was fired from close r...

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Blood and Vodka Flow Soviet Embassy Function COMMUNIST INVOLVED London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Blood and Vodka Flow Soviet Embassy Function COMMUNIST INVOLVED I^ondon, February 28. Paris newspapers reported that the French Communist leader (M. Thorez) came to Mows with a French Air Force officer in front of the Soviet Ambas sador (M. Bogomolov) and guests attending a Soviet Embassy reception. The function was to mark the Red Army's thirtieth anniversary last Mon day. ' 'Blood and Vodka flowed freely' stated one paper.

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Subversive Activities U.S. Army Allegation STAFF MEN DISMISSED Washington, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Subversive Activities U.S. Army Allegation STAFF MEN DISMISSED Washington, February 2S. The army announced to-day that it had dismissed seven employees at the St. Louis Missouri Administration Centre for alleged subversive activities. While the army gave no details, in formed quarters said that twenty-six other suspected cases had been turned over to the Federal Bureau of Investi gation for further study. A reporter was told that the St. Louis Centre had become a beehive of subversive activity through Communist infiltration.

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World-wide Longing Italians Returning Home IMPENDING DEPARTURES Melbourne, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

World-wide Longing Italians Returning Home IMPENDING DEPARTURES Melbourne, February 28. About 12') Italians will leave Mel bourne to-day on the Tidewater in what is beiieved ro be the first of a series of Italian migrations from Aus tralia. At least sixty more Italians will join the vessel at Fremantle before she leaves for Marseilles. Most are naturalised Australians and some have been here for thirty years. Several, said that there was a world wide lonjring among Italians to return home. Dozens of established Italian families in Australia were thinking about re-settling in Italy among their relatives.

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