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Compulsory Training Labor Policy Unaltered MINISTER'S EXPLANATION Adelaide, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Compulsory Training Labor Policy Unaltered MINISTER'S EXPLANATION Adelaide, February 28. The Minister for ^the Army (Mr. Chaiuljers) denied to-day he had any intention of discussing compulsory training witu thirteen generals or with Major-General SteeJe. The ixlicy of the Government and of the Labor Party was for the continu ance of voluntary training, lie said. 'Whatever Jallcs I may have with Majcr-General Steele, when 1 have an opportunity of meeting him,, will not be based on compulsory military training,' he said. 'I cannot understand how the Federal President of the Returned Ser- I viceiuen's League (Mr. Millhouse) could have interpreted my preparedness to meet Major-General Steele (which is really a matter of ordinary courtesy) as ;i sign of my willingness to discuss a departure from the fixed Government policy of voluntary servk-e.' Mr. Chambers said that at each army exhibition he had opened recently he had expressed the opinion that volun tary training was satisfactory and...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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American Migrants Alleged False Pretences "LED UP GARDEN PATH" Adelaide, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

American Migrants Atyeged False Pretences 'LED UP GARDEN PATH' Adelaide, February 28. American ex-naval man (Albert Ben jaminson) formerly of Long Island (New York) and his wife claimed today that they had been brought to Austra lia under false pretences. They said they would not have come here if Australian pfficials in New York had not encouraged them with untrue stories of easily got houses and cheap living. Benjamihson said: — 'They told us that everything in the garden was lovely, but all they did was lead us up the garden path. We are bo dis appointed that we would go bacjv imme diately if we had the money and a ship ?were sailing.' v Mrs. Benjaminson said she was writ Ing to several friends advising them feot to come to Australia. 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Very Nervy and Run Down AFTER REACHING MIDDLE-AGE At middle-age quite a number of people lose strength and become subject to attacks of nerves and always feel terribly tired. They cannot sleep at night and worry over trifling matters. Frequently, the trouble is :due to poor blood, which is unable to supply the required nourishment to the nerves and tissues of the body. That is why you feel nervy, depressed, become exhaust ed afted the slightest exertion. j It should help you considerably at middle-age to enrich your blood with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pills! help to make rich, red blood, which , carries life-giving oxygen to every part , of the body, building; restoring and j invigorating the whole system. After taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, the | headaches, sleeplessness and weariness should vanish. You feel brighter, reinvigorated. At chemists and stores, j TRAIN YOUR EYE TO SEE QUALITY/ VI^HI8lisll^HHMffll^ni.VwHMd T^ffi|mHH|[W|MHwHMB|BP^jimI||mffiffl^y n* ' GUARANTEED ...

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DANGER GETTING NEARER Other Nations Alarmed RUMANIAN ELECTIONS London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

DANGER GETTING NEARER Other Nations Alarmed RUMANIAN ELECTIONS London, February 28. The proposed Russo-Finnish pact and the Czech coup have alarmed other European countries. The Danish Conservative newspaper 'National Tidende' says: — 'The dan ger Is getting nearer.' The Swedish 'Dagens Nyheter' says : - — 'There is no doubt the Russian action is directly connected, with events in Prague. The methods vary, hut there is only one aim. In Rumania the four Government parties (the Workers' Party, the Ploughman's Front, the National Popu lar Party and the Popular Union) have announced they will present a single list of candidates for the elections next month.

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District Stock Fixtures Northampton Clearing Sale KEEN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

District Stock Fixtures ? v — - Northampton Clearing Sale KEEN COMPETITION Messrs. Elder, Smith & Company Limited report having conducted a small clearing sale at Northampton on the 26th inst. on behalf of G. Clifton & Sons, there being quite a goodly number of buyers in attendance. There was keen competition for stock, just over four hundred sheep being yarded and sold at the following prices: — Sheep (ten months' wool) — Merino wethers, 1A to 31 years, forward order, 4!)/(J; Merino ewes, Koonoona blood, 14 to 3t years, odd 4 A years, good frames and good order, joined to Koo noona blood rams, 49/-; Merino ewes, cast for age, 32/-. Sheep ( September shorn) — Hogget wethers, good frames, strong order, 32/- ; weauers, good frames, some earlier shorn, mostly wethers, 32/6; weaners, small frames, fair order, mixed sex, ?23/(3.

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REQUEST TO FINLAND Military Pact Sought COMMUNIST FEARS Helsinki, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

REQUEST TO FINLAND Military Pact Sought COMMUNIST FEARS Helsinki, February 28. News of the Russian Note asking Fin land to sign a military pact with her did not come as a surprise says 'The Times' - correspondent. For several .weeks the extreme Leftwing press had urged the need for a settlement with Russia as a security measure against foreign imperialistic aggression. The proposed treaty would complete # the Soviet network of similar pacts with her neighbours, the correspondent Bays. Under the Finnish Constitution the Government must have Parliamentary approval for military pacts. The Soviet therefore was no doubt anxious to pro cure the treaty before the general elec tion in July, as Communists lost many seats at the local elections in December. The Russian Note presented yester day wants the military pact with Fin land concluded as soon as possible.

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West Touring Talkies Programme for Northampton DOUBLE FEATURE BILL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

West Touring Talkies Programme for Northampton DOUBLE FEATURE BILL The management of the West Tour ing Talkies will present another big double feature bill on the occasion of the next visit to Northampton, the pro gramme comprising 'The BJue Dahlia' and 'Henry Aldrich — Boy Scout,' together with a cartoon and the latest newsreels. With Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake and William Bendix in the featured roles, the following is- a synopsis of 'The Blue Dahlia' :— Johnny Morrison (Alan Ladd), a discharged naval pilot, arrives in Los Angeles with two buddies, 6uzz Wancbek (William Bendix), who suf fers from mental lapses due to a war injury, and George Copeland (Hugh Beaumont). Johnnny leaves his pals, who set out to find an apartment, while he goes to join his wife, Helen (Doris Dowling). It is an unhappy homecom ing for Ladd, as be learns that his wife, an inveterate drunkard, has been running around with Eddie Harwood (Howard da Silva) owner of tbe 'Blue Dahlia' night club, and that she was ...

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Sheep Sale at Northampton SUCCESSFUL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Sheep Sale at Northampton SUCCESSFUL MARKET Messrs. Elder, Smith & Company Limited report having conducted a suc cessful market at Northampton on the 2-;th inst. with a greater number of sheep than were originally advertised for the fixture. The yarding comprised an exceptionally good offering, several lines carrying ten months' wool, and generally the sheep were of good type, nicely grown and in good order. There was a good attendance of buyers from surrounding district and also others from Geraldtou, Mullewa, Mingenew and Three Springs, and strong competi tion was responsible for firm values. A good clearance was therefore effected, 1,307 sheep being sold at the follow ing prices from a yarding of 1,683: — Merino Wethers (ten months' wool) — Large frames, forward order, good type, September shorn, &-/-. Weaners ( September shorn ) — Merino, Koonoona blood, average frames, good type, strong order, ewes at 28/- and wethers at 2-V-; mixed sex, small lot, plain conditi...

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JOURNALISTS WARNED Communist Purge Continues PLANS FOR EDUCATION Prague, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

JOURNALISTS WARNED Communist Purge Continues 1 PLANS FOR EDUCATION Prague, February 28. A Ministry of Information official (Dr. Kosta) yesterday warned foreign newspaper correspondents that action might be taken against spreaders of false reports. He said that reports published in American, British and French papers in the last few days showed that cor respondents had abused facilities sup plied them. He suggested that corres pondents should rely mainly on official sources. Meanwhile Communists are continu ing their purge of opponents. Hundreds of local officials, workers, students and other 'unreliables' have been sus pended. The Communist Minister for Educa tion (Mr. Nejedly) told professors and teachers that education must be poli tical, just as the. army must be political. New special political education books would be prepared. Stalin's portrait would hang in all schools.

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS~BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perth and Geraldton during the past few days : — Perth to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. J. Barton, M. Reynolds, H. Smith, R. Bezant, W. Bezant, Reed, Rev. Father O'Collins, Mesdames E. Bowler, P. Stokes, P. Lynch, H. Bad ger, Reed, Misses J. Furois, M. Looms, B. Reynolds and R. Bottle. Geraldton to Perth (Saturday) — Messrs. Booth, G. Marsland, D. Quar termain, R. Morgan, R. L. Hay, A. W. Jupp, G. Christo, Cracknell, J. Wilkie, K. Culloton, 'Police-constable Spargo, Mesdames G. Brice, G. Christo, G. Driug, H. Rhodes, A. K. Reed, Olden, Lucas, Robertson, Jones, Roper, Misses P. Leen, P. MeGovern, B. Hanley, N. Harvey, P. Biice, B. Ritchie, V. Prior, D., Hynes, J. Stout, R. Bottle and Robertson.

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Russian Aggression AMERICAN RE-ACTION Warnings Stress Menace CZECH CRISIS CITED London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Russian Aggression AMERICAN RE-ACTION Warnings Stress Menace CZECH CRISIS CITED London. Februarv -28. Warnings on the menace of Russian aggression came from the United States and France to-day. The United States Secretary of Com merce (Mr. Averell Harrimanj said: — 'Unless Communism is stopped in Wes tern Europe we will face a situation . with which we cannot deal. Russian aggression was a greater menace than Hitler.' The French Foreign Minister (M. Bidault) said in a statement to the Assembly on the Czechoslovakian crisis: — 'The name of Prague is like the danger signal which marked the beginnings of Hitler's offensive.' Mr. Harriman was one of several American officials, including the Secre tary of State (Mr. Marshall) who criticised Soviet' policy in evidence before the House Appropriations Com mittee. Mr. Marshall said :— 'The United States is basically friendly to the Rus Bian people, but Soviet officials are very Blow to agree, rather difficult in nego tiations and, I would sa...

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ELDER, SMITH & CO. LIMITED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

ELDER, SMITH & CO. LIMITED J. McCartney, Mt. Erin, throe at '»-- id., one at 52d., one at 4f»id., one at | 37^1.; J. R. Forrester, Wicka, twenty seven J-ales at .15d.. three at 47§d., four | at 47d., throe at 41d., two at 393d., one at 37Jd., four at olid.: Murphy and Morrison, Ajana, two bales at 41d. ; E. E. Teakle, Isseka, three bales at -'?S|d., one at Hl^d. : Chilimony Estate Ogilvie, one bale at 33d.: G. Turner, Binuu. twelve bales at '-2d.. one at 49d.. one at 3Sd., one at 37-L; H. Mellerslv & Son, Yuna, eighteen bales at r»2d. : C. C. Scully, Nabawa, five hales at 55} d. : C. W. Box. Nabawa, nine bales at ^4 id., one at H4d.. five at 49d.. four at 39§d., t^vo at 3od., two at 34^d. ; R. E. Jones, Koolanooka, six bales at -532(1.. seven j at r-2-i., two at Hid., three at 4Sd. two I at -MM., two at 39d., one at 3!H-1., one j at 35id. ; T. Keogh, Perenjori, twelve bales at 4$1-1.. one at 43d., one at 3Hd. ; 1 F. H. I'oett, Latham, two bales at 31d. '

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The follow, s passengers travelled to aud from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past two days: — Perth to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. L. B. Harford, R. N. Ogborff, J. E. Weiss, E. F. Bridgeman, L. Lloyd, J. P. McNabb, Capt. T. Manning, Mes dames L. Lloyd, J. Weiss, Miss F. E. Davey and Master R. Weiss. Geraldton to Carnarvon (Friday) — Mr. K. R. Cambridge. Carnarvon to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. R. Coekburn and J. J. Clune and Mrs. J. J. Clune. Geraldton to Perth (Friday)— Messrs. G. Eyres, A. Padbury, H. Hunter, W. J. Gould, E. Constantine, R. H. Kirby, D. G. Crawford, A. Ches ter, Mesdames L. McConkey, R. Don ald. G. Burgan, W. J. Gould and E. M. Horan. Perth to Geraldton (Saturday)— Mr. and Mrs. L. Lee, Mrs. E. M. Horan and Miss J. Baker. Weather Forecast. — The' following Geraldton forecast for the next twenty four hours was issued by the Weather Bureau to-day: — Fine and becoming wanner, moder...

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WESTRALIAN FARMERS CO-OP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

WESTRALIAN FARMERS CO-OP i W. L. Webber, Geraldton, five bales j at uS&d., one at 49id., one at 47JU., two at 41Jd., one at 3'2i-l. ; li. M. Clinch, Greeuough, eight bales at 5'-id., three at 54id., -me at 4-ld., one at 41^d., one at 31 id. ; C. Beringer, Isseka, four bales at 59Jd., one at HOd., one at 47^d. : T. 1». Burgess, Moonyoonooka, three bales at o'Jid., two at 50d., one at 41 ^d., one at 34d. ; T. Blayney, Ivradu, one bale at 33|d., one at 49ld., oue at 3iJd., one at 34d. ; MacKay Bros., Dindiloa, seven bales at GOid., one at 3Sd., one at 34d. ; H. H. Ruddaway, Isseka, nine bales at 57d., five at *)()., one at r-4ifd., one at 50d., one at 47|d., one at 424d., oue at 41d., one at 37Jd., one at 3(id. ; Ciiick & Son, Ogilvie, seven bales at G34d., two at oSid.', eighteen at 3Sd., one at 52id., two at 41d., one at 30d. ; L. A. Logan, Northampton, ten baies at G5d., one at oOJd., one at 3Sgd., one at 37id., -*ne at 37d., oue at 34id. ; S. Beau, Northampton, thre...

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GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO. LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

GOLBSBROLGH, MORT & CO. LTD. V. M. Barndon, Gernldton, syvoiih-eii j bales at -»4J-]., ten at (KM., t.ue at r,(Kl., I one at 44{M., Hv*» ;u 37(1.; 1-. Bonleu, j Latham, three bales at r-4id. ; T. Far- '? rell, lvronjori, one bale at 32(1. ; li. A. I lzard, Ojrilvie, three bales at (54£.«1., ou*' at r»«)Jfi., one at HOd., mu' at 4Od. ; S. K. Jackson, 'Five Gums,' Caniaiiiah, two) bales at 5tUd., one at 4'»'-J.. one at 4ld.. ouo at 3!H-1. ; Kadji Station, Morawa. two bales at 52UL: Estate .1. Murphy. 'Ued Hill,' Yetna, seven bahs at (;2Ad.. seven at -il-L, five at 'Mild., one at 43i(i., two at 42id., one at 3--(J. ; II. J. ami M. M. Reedy, Northern Gully, eiewn bales at 041d., fourteen at r»!-^d., two at 4!)d.. tliree at 40-L, four at 3Ud. ; Summers & Son, Latham, five bales at fHJd., one at S4il., seven at r»l|d., four at 40Jd., one at 3S|[d.; C. Whitehurst, Xabawa, two at iiD^d., two at ~»5id.. one at 45i»!.

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DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED j E. H. Chisholni, Baddera, seven hales ? at 58d- ; F. J. Dwyer, Mt. View, Ajaua, five bales at 37 Jd. ; W. V. Fallen, Koo- , lanooka, fifteen bales at .17^(1., seven at j T-3d. ; G. G. D. Ferrier, Minjwnew, four bales at 57|d., three at ntiiJd., four at 54£d., one at ifciid., six at ii-d., Joue:* Bros., Walkaway, one bale at r-t-i£«l- ; J. C. Keay, Xolba, seventeen bales at 5y2d. ; T. V. Levett, Walkaway, five: bales at :'i9id.,' four at 54^1., lour at 54-1. ; Morrell Bros., Mt. Kenmt*, one baie at 02|d., six .-it raid. ; li. A. Morris, Northampton, six bales Jit 00d. ; W. j McAuiiffe, GreeiMAigh, three bales at 54id. ; M. J. & D. J. McGiiurnn, Bunyu \ Bunya, Yuna, four bales at --3il., one at ! 60d., four at ?%-!., one at '-r-?,-l., one at ' ?52d. ; Chas. Whitehurst, Nabuwa, four ! bales at 53Jd. ; Atkins Bros. Ltd., ilur- j goo Station, Murgoo, forty-six bales at 70id., seven at -in^d., one at iiSA-l., eight at 5~h1., fifty-niue at 52J-1....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages, Fun eral and Memoriam Kotices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read ing matter, 7d. per line

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All adver tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per line with mini mum of 2/-. Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 3/- per in. Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

..West Touring Talkies.. ? SCREENING AT ? NORTHAMPTON — Fri., March 5 — NORTHAMPTON NORTHAMPTON — Sat., March 6 — NORTHAMPTON A PULSATING PARAMOUNT PROGRAMME 'THE BLUE DAHLIA' Starring Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake and William Bendix The 'Big Three' in a rough, tough shocker by Raymond Chandler, one of the greatest hard-boiled mystery writers that ever lived. ! ALSO POPEYE CARTOON, LATEST NEWSREEL$ ! ? and ? 'Henry Aldrich— Boy Scout' ji FEATURING JIMMY LYDON $ i ?? C YOUR SCHOOL PADS AND EXERCISE BOOKS Are obtainable from Geraldton Newspapers Limited

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