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The Geraldton Guardian & Express FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1929. NEW YEAR THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

(SuarMmt & (£xpr*&0 FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1929. NEW YSAB THOUGHTS. Throughout Western Australia, and in the Geraldton district perhaps in a greater degree than elsewhere, 'pro- gress' is a word much to be found in. the hearts and on the ..lips of men. We are happily conscious of making rapid, but solid progress, and the achievement behind us we view as an earnest of the greater things wir hope' yet to do. There is something tre mendously inspiring in visible achieve ment, . and it would be a poor spirited individual who did not glow)with pride and with a resolution to -help to ac celerate the pace in the midst' of so much lambent enthusiasm and so much useful hard work. We yield to none in the fervency of ' our desire to witness the material progress of Western Aus tralia, and of tfhis great district in which our lot has happily ifallen. It is the manifest duty of every citizen to 'do his forthright best to assist in that progress and to sweep away any impediments ts it...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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GRAVE IN HARVEST FIELD HUSBAND'S TRIBUTE TO "AN ESSEX LASSIE." [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

GRAVE IN HARVEST HELD HUSBAND'S TRIBUTE TO 'AN ESSEX LASSIE.' This -(says the London 'Dauy Oiiron iclc') is £he simple story of an Essex idyll. In. an obscure corner of a harvest^ field on a farm at Beauchamp, Koding,* 10 miles from Dunniow, and one of the remotest spots in the country, the owner oi Horntts Nest Farm, M,r. Isaac Mead, , and. his wife, Sarah, often sat and talked. As they sat one day both ex pressed a wish that when they died their bodies might be buried there. In 1924 Mrs. Mead died, and her hus band recalled that mutual wish. After considerable difficulty the ground was consecrated, and his wife's remains were laid to rest in that corner of memories.' Aided by his sons, Mr. Mead has built a fountain at the head of th-j grave, and upon its has been placed in position a stone bearing this inscrip tion: — 'To the Glory of God and in Memory of an Essex Latsie. ' 1 The consecrated tpace is wjred in, i and the strong iron entrance locked, but j through- the surrounding b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

P WOOL [ £ w CONSIGN - 4 W TO O I - CHARLES HORMANN S. I w GERALDTON ??*' I Z BEST RESULTS Z I w ? | ? w I ? HIDES ? HONE 253 Day and Night) (BOX 75) [TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLOSION U ? ?? — ^~ at ? R. JOSEPH'S FURNITURE ARCADE. GERALDTON Has now started a TIMBER YARD, and can L supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHEVLING, DOORS, I WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. Special Prices I vfor Truck Lots. Bolts, Nails, Hinges, Wire Netting, ? Piping and Fittings, L CHEAPEST, m AUSTRALIA I Ice ice' ic¥ ~~| V Send to Us for the Best and Cheapest. I Deliveries Always Prompt to either Town or Country. I Manufactured under Hygienic Conditions I Also Fish and Crays in Small or Large Quantities. 1 GERALDTON ICE WORKS J. BOMBARA & COMPANY 'Phone 243 P.O. BOX 35 m THE 'MAJESTIC' LOOSE LEAF BINDER It is very strong and durable and Las the advantage of holding, two or three sheets just as firmly and securely as 500 or 1,000. Sheets can be nneoved or inserted very quickly and easily by adding two or three inch ccstion...

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BUSH FIRE A FRONT OF TWENTY MILES Sydney, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

BUSH FIRE A FEONT OF TWENTY MILES Sydnev, January JV Reports received to-day from Barai licr state that the extensive bush fire raging between Wjollondilly and Aber crombiq' Bivers is out of control. Another homestead was destroyed to day. Hundreds of acres of grass la$- on Coolong station were swept, leavjpg the plateau desolate. The homestcfia, shearing sheds and outhouses wercsscii burned, and nothing was saved of *a valuable seven-stand .shearing plants The damage amounts to jnsny thdo .ands of pounds. The station is ows -' ??cd-'by~Mr. J. E. Moore. . ; To-morrow a party of volunteers is expected f rom Terelga, and renewed ef forts will be made to check the flames, which are now advancirg on a front of 20 miles.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

Apples, pears and grapc^»«£ !^^H King from the royal gardcesiif %u^H were exhibited at the East Ikmao^^S ticultural Society^ Chw^a^Slaj Show at the Pcoi»»e% Palace, ^E^^S Two school teachers and tife^i^^B £«y to the president of the 'Bar^H^B btvn arrested at Smyrna for rape^S to the new Turkish alnhalw^li^ 1JM Latin characteie replace the Ar^9 form,. .'??'?' ^Mm

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

: ! 'phases ofthe'^^^^B Last Quarter,. January £; ^^^^9 Full Moon, January 2sT* ^^SWa

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STORM AT KANOWNA SEVERAL BUILDINGS DAMAGED Kalgoorlie, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

STORM AT KANOWNA ? ? ^ SEVERAL BUILDINGS DAMAGED Kaleoorlie, Januarv 3. A storm which struck Kanowna about 6.30 o/cloek this evening, although it did not last tong, caused considerable damage. Tii Masonic Hall, a brick and stone building, was apparently struck' by lightning, as the window;: in one wall that ? was- 'ieft standing, were blackened. The White Feather Hospi tal was partly blown' down, and about half the roof of the State school was torn joff.

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FOUNDER OF MORROCCO MEDES AND PERSIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

FOUNDER OF MORROCCO MEDES AND PERSIANS. Cuneiform writing dating back to the sixth century before the Christian era, and tending to show that the Assyrians or the Medes conquered and colonised Morocco, has been found, it is stated, by Captain Odinot, a French explorer, 22 miles north of Fez, the Sultan s capital. The inscriptions, which were dis covered in subterranean galleries in the mountains, resemble in many respects the Babylonion writing fund at Dr, in Chaldea. Captain Odinot believes that the- inscriptions prove that the Berbers I were not the original inhabitants of 1 Morocco, but that the modern Moors (are the descendants of the Assyrians, Medes and Persians and great warlike nations of Biblical times. He said: — 'We came on the grotto containing a number of ancient toiubs, ?with well preserved cuneiform writing, when we had almost .reached the crest of the mountain. The rock had collapsed, but we cleared the entrance to the under ground cavern, and, crawling on all fours,...

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RACIAL BURIAL GROUNDS RECRUITS TO THE ZOO [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

RACIAL BURIAL GROUNDS BECBUITS TO THE ZOO Among recent additions to the Perth Zoo arc two llamas, near relatives of the alpaca and the camel, and said to be nearer than the camel to the common ancestral stock of Miocene times. The llama is a native of South America, where it roams the plateaux of _ the Andes and the Patagonian plains, and, having a tractablo nature and good tem per, is easily domesticated and is much used by the natives as a beast -of bur den. It is safe to say that the recruits to the Zoo will quickly become favor ites with children. In its native haunts the llama rcvoals an instinct which has puzzled natural ists since the day when Darwin record ed it during ' his 'visis to: Patagonia in 1883. In certain favored spots, usu ally on bushy ground near rivers or in valleys, the ground was found to be' white with bone6, all of dead llamas, and the conclusion was that the animals favored these' spots fo'F lying down to die. This was confirmed by more than, one explorer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

g YIIHAuilUlllllltllltlllUllnttlB^^^n^^^^l I DISTRICT NEW0H& I PUBLBHED4||||| ! 6mLsaMi : «»»»iiiiiHiHiiii(inii-mtiitmimnm»mJ«-ai8^ttjSjM Telegrams and Letters: 'GUARDIAN' Geraldton. Telephone 29 P.O. Box 33 The'VICfORIA Insurance Co., Ltd. THE OLDEST attktrat.Tam OITICI Bstd. 1849. FEB. WOBKEBS' COMPENSATION, MUrOR CAB AND AU, ACCIDENT POLICIES iit tfJSCTBD. B. JOSEPH. TJocal iagent — CHA3. H CTJKXiEWIS. Manager. PEBTB ' ASK FOB. IX KOW ? — AKD YOU'LL ASK FOB IT IN THE CT7TUSB, ABSOLUTELY NOTH L\G TO BEAT IT. BieH AND FBAGR/&T. A FLEASUKfi TO DBXHX IT. ASK TOUB GB3 CEH FOB IT. Stocked Ly All Storei in Geraldton a* I Diitrict.' ^^--- *.*.*.*.'*.*.*? — ?^?-??*--*- — m ? +? * -± — o * ^ . ^ ^ — ?*- A Wonderful Day for the KIDDIES ! ,. **m M|% 4 w W^. »W« ^^. m « ww - - - ? - - || MASTER CHILDREN'S DAY . f ^ Cn A ¥ r\T^/llVF WTY?T*MJP Beacl- Attractions! Side Shows I S» Interschool Championships; Open Sport? for m lP - 1%, JUL I J I I I ||l| ll|/ V- M ?£ Evening: Spargo...

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OUR FIRST ANCESTORS ANCIENT CAVE DWELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

OUR FIRST ANCESTORS ANCIENT CAVE DWELLEES. Foor leading investigators, address ing the American Association for the Advancement of {Science, agreed that man began living in caves some time between 500,000 and 1,000,000 years ago. One scientist specified tho origin of juan in Mesopotamia, while others nam ed Central Asia or somewhere between Italy and Java. ' In the House of Lords, Viscount Ce cil, in moving the second reading of a Bill to control road traffic, said that 5,000 people were killed and 150,000 were injured every -year in road acci dents. Road daggers were an outrage -to humanity and a disgrace to eiviiisi iion.

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MOTOR NEWS GERALDTON REGISTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

MOTOR NEWS GEKAIiDTON REGISTRATIONS. The following registrations were. made for November and December, 1928:— GN.144 — A. Cameron, Ford Light De livery GN.5G — Elder, Smith and Co., Dodge GN.202 — J. Brownrigg, Graham Truck GN.145 — Mrs. E. H. Rowe, Buick GN.160 — R. J. Sinclair, De Dion Bou ton GN.151 — B. Bishop, fiugby GN.218 — A. J. Logan, Chevrolet GN.117 — Dalgety and C, Citroen GN.1C3 — F. Green, Hillman Sedan GN.227 — C. Garratt, Oakland GN.203— W. H. Luttrell, Ford GN.236 — G. Kalaf, Chevrolet GN.237 — J. O'Connor, Ford GN.260— H. F. Carr, Chev. Truck GN.37— H. F. Carr, Chev. Truck GN.215— S. E. Dutton, Manchester truck GN.233 — G. K. Allen, Oakland GN.229 — Mrs. R. Watterson, Chevrolet GN.130 — Mrs, C. Cameron, Overland GN.242 — P. H. Spencc and Co., Ford GN.255— A. K. Perry, Chevrolet GN.147 — A. Hipperson. Fiat.

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CANADIAN WEAT POOL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

CANADIAN WEAT POOL ^ ? The Wheat Pool, one of the most im portant business organisation in Can ada (the turnover in 1927 being- $300, 000.000) was -first formed in Alberta, and later Saskatchewan and Manitoba organised pools. There is a central agency, the^selling organisation, with headquarters in Winnipeg, whose direc tors consist of four men from each of the. pools. All farmers get the same price ,and payments are spread over tho year.

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ADVERTISING THE STATE PERTH ARTISTS EFFECTIVE POSTERS Perth, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

ADVERTISING THE STATE PERTH ARTISTS' EFFECTIVE : FOSTERS Perth, Januarv 4. A cable message from London an nounces that the Empire Marketing Board has printed the three most effec tive posters from pictures by Mr. A. B. Webb, a West Australian artitt. This, the first Australian's work shown, com pares favourably with the existing posters by British artists. They will be used as triptych, eomljined with pa nels announcing the extent of Austra lia's wool and wheat production. The first picture shows a wide sweep of typical wheatfield with salmon gums in the foreground; the second shows the falling of karri in a West Australian' fo rest of columnar groves, knee deep in bracken, and the third is a flock of me rinos grazing. The sheep will be displayed in 2,000 frames throughout Britain on January 9. Critics are enthusiastic. Mr. Webb is an art master at the Perth Technical School. He expressed satisfaction at his success when the cabled news was conveyed to him. He said he had been asked...

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ASTRONOMICAL. SUNRISE AND SET. FOR MONTH OF JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

?'?Asraofii^j^^ . ^OE 1IONTH,OP J^Hui^^B Following are the hmirs^t^^M ind Min.ct based f*--iknT«iiil3i supplied by the Goveymplilii^S mer (Mr. HI B. Ciirlewi^^^^^H tude and latitude of «^l5^|l||pgB| j ' || lf5 n£?BHH| * - 5.2/ . 7.25 - 19 : -: '^satf&g&M 0 5.20 7.g6 S2^.^H ' 5.S9 . '7.2-T; ?23.':--.'.S^^5aH )l 5.33, ?^-9^£S^n| 12 5.34 7.26 ; -28 ^fiPgSH 1 1 mm

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NEW YORK CITY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

'' . new 'yqmmM Every 30 minutes tbpr^^avgp.^1^ in Kew York, cv^ry-siijjn^^^^a and every ten minutes ^h^^mM^a two days there naiuS^ are in New York mor^£Mllg|g in Rome, more Irish ahjjBjgglfiSa and more Germans' fla^^^^ and Bremen combined! ^MfillmlgBEaal Poles is equal to two thir&^^^^ iation in Warsaw, aad ttev^^^ Jews to half the total irftte^^^ Palcstine,^^ , r^^^^S

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BUILDING DEMOLISHED STORM DAMAGE AT MINGENEW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

BUILDING DEMOLISHED STORM DAMAGE AT MINGENEW The storm whieh occurred over a large area of the North Midlands on Sunday last demolished a shed on Mr. Meldrum's property at Mingenew. The roof was taken off, and three , walls brought to the ground, but whether the damage was done by lightning or by wind is not known. A peculiar fea ture of the affair was that, although so much damage was done to the shed, a bed standing therein, where an em ployee of Mr. Meldrum's slept, was untouched. A fowl house adjoining also remained intact. During the past year 222,430 tons of, foreign pig-iron and semi-manufactured iron and steel have been imported into Middlesbrough, compared with 382,514 tons in 1926-27. Thomas Alexander Jones, si farm bail iff, at Monmouth Assizes was .-iMitcnceO to 12 months' imprisonment for steal ing 151 .'hecp s.nd two bul»i%cks.- the pro perty of Mr. E. if. Itcvnn, f-f fcilston r«rk, near Monmouth. A plant has been established in Brit ish Columbia for the manufacture of...

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THE CRUCIFIXION NEW LIGHT ON IT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

THE CRUCIFIXION 1 NEW LIGHT ON IT. Tw.o more important documents re lating to Biblical episodes appear in the bulletin of the John Rylands Lib rary just issued( states the Manches ter correspondent of the London 'Morning Post'). There are further translations by Dr. T. Mjnganan, of the Arabic and Syrias manuscripts, which he has collected, and which are included in the series known as the Woodbrooke Studies. The first deals with the Resurrection of Christ and the lamentations of Mary on the occasion of the Crucifix ion, and the second is an Apoehryphal. document entitled 'Martyrdom of Pilate.' In each case Dr. Minganan states that the immediate author of the document is said to be Cyriacus, Bishop of Oxyrhynchus, but the real author of all the historical events id Gamaliel, who often speaks in the first person. It seems to constitute another link in the Apocryphal ehain of the Acta Pilati or the Gospel of Nicodemus. He states that the document dealing with the lamentation of the Vir...

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TREATMENT OF NATIVES WEST AUSTRALIAN FORESIGHT MR. NEVILLE'S ASSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

TREATMENT OF NATIVES WEST AUSTRALIAN FORE SIGHT MR. NEVILLE'S ASSURANCE 'There are no starving natives in Western Australia,' declared Mr. A. O. Neville, Protector of Aborigines, in Perth on Wednesday, when discussing the position which had arisen among the natives in Central Australia Mr Neville explained that his depart ment had established over 60 ration stations, mostly in the Nor '-West divi sion of the State, and no instance* had ever come under his notice of natives being hard up for food. 'At any rate' he said, 'natives need not starve in this State. They know where the jation stations are, and soon make their way there if times get bad.' On the West ern Australian side of the South Aus tralian border, he said, natives often revealed that natural food was scarce by drifting into the stations for ra tions. No distinction was made by the department, and a central Australian native was just as welcome to draw ra tions as a West Australian native. As a matter of fact, said Mr Ne...

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LUTHER RELIC. ORIGINAL WORK BOUGHT AT ONE SHILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 4 January 1929

LUTHER RELIC. m ORIGINAL WORK BOUGHT AT ONE SHILLING. An interesting biographical find has been made in Johannesburg, according to the correspondent in that city of the London 'Daily Telegraph.' It consists of Martin Luther's original catechism and ten commandments, and was purchased for 1/- at a local book stall. The book is vcllum-bound, in a good state- of preservation, and dated 1532. It is freely inscribed with the names of successive owners. The first of these was a Roman Catholic priest who inscribed a paternoster fully in Latin in the back flyleaf. The purchaser has refused an offer of £500. In ten years Pittsburgh (Pa.) has re duced its smoke nuisance hy 70 pet cent, by the passing of a by-law forcing all manufacturing concerns to 'con sume their own ^luokc. ' In 1912. smoke waste in that city was estimated at 9,944,740 dollars each year.

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