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YOUNG GIRLS ATTACKED FOUR VICTIMS ALLEGED OFFENDER ARRESTED Sydney, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
YOUNG GIRLS ATTACKED FOUR VICTIMS AliEGED OFFENDER ARRESTED Sydney, January 17. Four attacks on- young girls-; were made yesterday, by a young «na» it Lcichardt. The outrages followed eloso ly upon one another in the same neigh bourhood, and they alarmed residents until the man was arrested. While the offender was' at- large the police statio-u received many' calls by telephone from terrified mothers. - The first girl attacked was only three years old. and was seized in Lonsdalc strect. She was rescued by persons ( near at baud, but the man escaped. A little later a girl aged six years, was seized and flung to a footpath. Ho-- screams attracted her mother -and other women who ran and rescued her. Subsequently fEe man returned to this locality and attacked a girl aged 13 years as she was leaving a shop with parcels in her arms. The girl passed him and he seized her and -threw her down. The outrage was seen by :s woman on the .opposite side of thn street, and she ran to the girl's hel...
FAMILY MEN PENALISED TOURIST'S SERIOUS COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
FAMILY MEN PENALISED ? TOURIST'S SERIOUS COMPLAINT. Mr. H. A. Lawson, of Crystal Brooz, South Australia, says the Wagga cor respondent of the Melbourne 'Age,' makes .'crious allegations regarding the treatment of travellers who have chil dren and seek accommodation at conn trv hotels. Mr. Lawson left his home in South Australia in a motor car, accompanied by his wife ami nine children, with the intention of motoring through the four States, with Toowoomba, Q., as his ob jective. Mr. Lawson carries a camping outfit, which he says is fortunate, a* the hotels -lo not want children. He j Fays a man ;s evidently regarded as a I fool these days if he has a family, for j when he applies at hotels for lodgings he is turned down, and has to find a place In the open to spend the aifikt.
COUNTRY CRICKET MATCH AT YUNA GERALDTON VISITORS DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
COUNTRY CRICKET MATCH AT YUNA GERALDTON VC5ITOBS DEFEATED. A team representing Crooks and Br.ookcr played their return match ag ainst Yuna on the Nabawa ground on Sunday, January 13, and on this occas ion Tuna were able to avenge their de feat of a few weeks ago. Scores: — YUNA. J. Maiden, b Easthcr ? 1 L. Criddle~ b Dunn ? ? S McNaught, b Easther * ? 12 W. Roskauis, not out ? 52 B. Jupp, b Dunn ? 4| A. Taylor, b Parry ? 14 J. Williamson, b Parry ? 0 Nbrthovcr, b Dunn ? .? ? 0 P. Williamson., b Dunn ? 5 E. Edwards, b Parry ? 0 J. Bennett, b Parry ? 1 Sundries ? 10 Total ? 10S Bowling: Thrum, nil for 22; Easther, 2 for 8; Dunn, 4 for 37; Grocsslcr, nil for 7; Searlc, nil for 9; Parry, 4 for 15. CKOOKS & BROOKEB. F. Parry, b A. Taylor ? 2 McLean, b A. Taylor ? ? 1 Thrum, e Ko^kams, b Jupp ...'.. 4 H. Grocsslcr, c McNaught ,b Taylor '1 K. Easther, b L. Criddle ? 11 M. Dunn, not out ? 20 A. Smith, c Maiden, IT Criddle ... ' 2 H. Foster, b Roskams ? 2 J. Searle, b Bennett ? 1 J. ...
RICE CULTIVATION PRODUCTION OVERTAKES DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
RICE CULTIVATION I PRODUCTION OVERTAKES DE- I MAUD. i \ In the Leeton irrigation area:-, Vic toria, last season, 20.000 tons .of rice ?were produced from 12,055 acres. Tue actual acreage under crop this season was l(5,o'S»5 acrcsj and it is estimated that about 27,000 tons will be produc ed iitxt harvest. The approximate average annual con sumption of ice in Australia is put down at 24,000 tons, so tliat Leetou is now in n position to supply the whole of the Australian requirements, and, in addition, has a surplus for which over sciuf markets will have to be sought. The quality of the Leeton product is at least equal, and in many quarters is regarded . as much superior, to tho im ported article, and it is hoped by tho Victorian Agricultural Department that ilic public generallj' will give prefer ence to their own. product. A woman ? is either very young or very old.
WHY IS A NEWSPAPER LIKE A WOMAN? A VARIETY OF ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
WHY IS A NEWSPAPER LIKE A WOMAN? A VARIETY OF ANSWERS. This question was propounded t-y 'The Leader,' published in Fort Mead. Florida, U.S.A., For the best answor a ^subscription for one year was offer ed as a prize. Here are some of the replies: 'Because they are thinner now than they used to be.' 'Because they have bold-faced types.' 'Because they are easy to read.' 'Because they are well worth look ing over.' 'Because back numbers are not much in demand.' 'Because they are not afraid to speak their niinOs.' 'Because they have a great deal .of influence. * ' 'Because if they lcnow anything they usually tell it.' The correct answer is given thus: 'Because every man should have one of hi« OWIi» and not run after his neighbour's.'
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Apple chutney is easy to make. Take three ounces of salt, four ounces of mustard seed, halt a pbuad of chopped onions or shallots, a lit-* j tie cayenne pepper, tvo ounces of i chopped and stoned dat's, a garter of a pound of brown su^cr, two pounds of cooked apples, end half a pint of vinegar. Peel oik! c;:t up tl?e apples, and bring the virejrr.r to the boil, then add all ingredients, and boil until the onions and apples are quite tender. Tfiis chutney is best stored in small jars, as, once a jar is opened, it should be used up rather quickly. Store in a dry, cool place. When eggs are dear remember, when one is needed for binding rissoles, etc. that a little tapioca cooked to a jel ly answers the purpose just as vrcll. By the way, it does not do to try and cook rissoles merely by wetting the mixture with a little milk or water. They must be bound -with something of a binding nature or they are sure to break in the turning. Flour and water is better than clear liqu...
MAJESTIC'S ORDEAL SWEPT BY HUGE WAVES SEVERAL CASUALTIES New York, January 16 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
MAJESTIC'S ORDEAL SWEPT BY HUGE WAVES SEVERAL CASUALTIES New York, January 16 The White Star liner, Majestic, dock ed 15 hours late after striking the worst storm for several years. She was hit by two huge waves. One man was killed and a dozen injured when steel fittings were swept off the deck like paper. Many of the 450 saloon passengers were walking the promenade when the first wave, struck the liner on Monday afternoon, smashing four teen plate glass windows, 95 feet above waterline. The wave wrenched off the cover of No. 1 hatch, belonging to the third class compartments, where an immigrant passenger was killed.
POISONED CHOCOLATE YOUNG GIRL DIES Geelong, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
POISONED CHOCOLATE UifcuNG GXBIm JXOES Geelong, January IS. Alison Gurr (14), daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. T. L. Gurr, died yester day from an illness which followed the eating of a chocolate with a walnut cen tre. It is believed that the walnut was had and that poieon was introduced into the girl's digestive system. Her sister Winifred, who also ate some of the chocolates became sick and vomitej, but she suffered no other ill-effects. It was. stated to-day that the chocolates were not made in Victoria. They were a novelty line and some have been sent to an analyst for examination. T
UNEXPECTED EXPLOSION ONE MAN KILLED ANOTHER SERIOUSLY INJURED Perth, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
UNEXPECTED EXPLOSION ONE MAN KILLED ANOTHER SERIOUSLY INJURED Perth. January 17. One Italian was killed, and another was seriously injured when a chargo was unexpectedly exploded in a well thev wore sinking at South Cunderdia to^lay. They were Bettinl Battista (46), kill ed; and Gurdona. .. Andrea, compound i racturc of the leg and other injuries. After having exploded the charges last night the men descended a well on fjcnni's property to clear the well out when tho charge went off suddenly, Guard'ona showed great fortitude De spite Qis injuries he struggled up a rope and called for assistance, and with Lenni's help he hauled Bettini to the surface. - ?? ?.?-?? .' '?;'?'? ? V-. :-:?.. i
MARRIED BY WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
MARRIED BY WIRELESS. fhe world's record for long-distance marriages is held by a girl in Ec troit, United States, who was mar ried to a sailor whilst the latter was on board a ship in mid-Atlantic. The complete marriage scrTicc v;ai repeated by the bridegroom pnfl. tho ship's chaplain, and then transmitted by wireless three thousand miles to I a church in Detroit, where the rridfi_ her friends, and another clergyman . were assembled. The whole business took no longer than an ordinary mar riage ceremony. j Marriages by wireless are fc-.cor.iins; I very popular in A^'.3ri.:-a. K»?i;cnUy an aeroplane over a. huge crowd gatbP ered at a sports meeting in New York. Behind them, in another aero i rlane, flew a clergyman, who pcr ' formed the marriage ceremonv. f n | an army officer and his bride *lcw in j the ground were a number of ioud I sreaVing telephones, so i;-1 tiie i crowd could hear the entire ceremony..'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
SHAMROCK HOTEL GERALDTON FIVE YEARS* LEASE ' fpENDERS are invited 'for a, flVJb! YEABS* LEASE* of the ' above mentioned well known Hotel, situated in Fitzgerald Street,- Geraldton. , £2000 ingoing required^ to -be paid in cash. - '?? ' ' ' '?* , Tenderers to stats .the -. a^mjjunt ? of i weekly rental they arc prepared to | pay-- '.-.'.. ? .?.?---....-? ????'* ? ? ' ' ? Furniture at . valuation, payable one third' cash/' balance P,N's. three --and six months with bank interest added. The Hotel is1 wj*hm^'three * minutes walk of the new f^harves now in course of eonstruction and is. next door J» tbe B&Aio Pictures, /. Geraldton 's leading Theatre. -' -v; r Last season over one million bags of wheat were shipped from Geraldton and it is confidently anticipated that the present season's shipment will be one and a half million bags. : With the construction. of -the Super phosphate Works at. Bluff Point, the Centenary season should see 'the Wo million bag mark easily exceeded. St...
BETTING IN ENGLAND PROBABLE INTRODUCTION OF TOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
BETTING IN ENGLAND PROBABLE DSTBODUCTION OF TOTS. An English writer states the prob able introduction of the tote on some courses hh' thfe^ New= Year was the topie of the moment when the last mail left England, and people are still wonder ing how things are going to turn ou». A suggestion by the Betting Control Board that small meefings might utilise the pari-mutuel instead of an eleetrt* tote, has met with general condemna tion, as being, old-fashioned and In* practicable, while on the otffer hand it is now established that the minor meet ings, which cannot afford an up-to-date machine, must carry on as betore. Which means, of course, that the book maker witt be the man who counts. The 'tote.,' of course, is an accepted fact, but I fear the optimism of some people is apt to run away with* them. In the end it will mean bigger prizes for owners and breeders, but I do not. for one moment think it will attract much larger crowds. What puzzles me is how the executives at such places as ...
METROPOLITAN MEMS CENTENARY YEAR Perth, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
METRCMPOLITAN MEMS CENTENARY YEAR (From Our Own'' Correspondent.) Perth, Jan. 14. So many functions will be crowded into Centenary Year that a certain amount of ''confusion is only to be ex pected, bat these are early days, see ing that but a fortnight of the year has expired, for that confusion to make itself apparent. Yet it has done so, and with regard to a matter upon, which doubts were not anticipated, namely the identity of the first of the Centenary functions. The yachtsmen, who for over a wteek have been sailing small boats on the Swan River in a competition known as the skiff cham pionship, completed their labour and pleasure on Saturday, and this work of love has been characterised by those who ought to. know as the opening eceteeof the centenary drama. A few days Frev*0U8^y *ne gentlemen, who had striven and laboured to decide who . should hold the Australian chess championship finished their games, and at tne tune cney were creuueu «iui having set the Centenary ball roll...
GERALDTON NEWSPAPERS LTD. VERY SUCCESSFUL FLOTATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
GERALDTON NEWSPAPERS LTD. VERY SUCCESSFUL FLOTATION The flotation of Geraldton News papers Ltd., a company formed prim arily for tho purpose of amalgamating the 'Geraldton Guardian' and the 'Geraldton Express,' thus keeping the town's newspaper interests in line with its progress, w;i.s a huge success, the shares being applied for more than twice over within a few weeks. In order to meet tlus t-posifioiv»:.auscd * by ovcr-su3)s-rri!-t:on, the directors decided to return a. -considerable -portion cf 'Ore application money to the larger appli cants both in Geraldton and Perth. Unfortunately this has caused dissat isfaetion amongst disappointed appli cants, and has given rise to an im pression that tbe company is controll ed from Perth, for the informatiop of the pui)Iic. tho directors 'wish to state: 1. That Gcraldton Newspapers Ltd. have no connection with any other company.. 2. Th.'-t Ci per cent yf the sharehold ers are either residents or cx residents of tlie Geraldton and MurehiE...
THE GERALDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS PUBLISHED DAILY At 5 p.m. (6 p.m. Saturdays). [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
THE GERALDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS PUBLISHED DAILY At 5 p.m. (6 p.m. Saturdays). Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Free). 3 months ? 13/ 6 months' ? 25/6 9 months ? 38/ 12 mouths ? 50/ Bookcd: — 14/- per quarter (post free). Scale of Advertising Bates. Classified columns ' for Advertise ments will appear in the 'Geraldton Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires. Kates for Ordinary Type Set and Display Advertisements: — Casual Advertisements, 4/- per inch. 25in. up to lOOin. to be used within 6 memtha, 3/- per single colnmm inch. lOOin, up to 250in. to be used within 12 months, 2/6 per jingle column inch. 250in. up to oOOin. to be used within 12 months, 1/9 per single column inch. oOOin. up to I,000in. to be used with in 12 months, 1/G per single column inch. l.OGOin, or n-ori- to be used within 12 inch. Londor Page 2.1 per cent extra. Births, up to 5 lines, minimum 2/6. Kacli additional line 6d. Deaths, Marriages, Engagements and Funerals, minimum 2/6. Each additional li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929
(PHONE 253 Day and Night) (BOX 75) TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLOSION ? AT ? R. JOSEPH'S FURNITURE ARCADE. GERALDTON Has now started a TIMBER YARD, and can supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHELVING, DOORS, WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. Special Prices tor Truck Lots. Bolts, Nails, Hinges, Wire Netting, Piping and Fittings, CHEAPEST. IN AUSTRALIA WONDERFUL VALUE ! WONDERFUL VALUE ! FOR WEDDING GIFTS OUR CUT CRYSTAL WARE IS ABSOLUTELY UNBEATABLE Am Excellent Bange of all the Latest Designs in UNIQUE and ATTRACTIVE GIFTS ALL PEICES CHEAPER THAN PERTH AT MILLS GOLDSMITH HALL Phone 41 Phone 41 WORTHINGTON & SON ELEANOR STREET. All makes of cars Thoroughly Overhauled. . Batteries repaired and re-charged. Shell Bowser and Free Air Service. Hudson and Essex Service Station. Agents for. — Coventry Motors; Morris Truck, 10 cwt. to 6 tons; Morris Cowley, Morris Oxford, Humbcr, Alvis and Crossley Cars; Harris, Scarf c & Sandovers Ltd.; Cooper's Shearing Machinery; Samson and Monitor Windmills; T. Robin...