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In Canberra Today [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

In Canberra Todai, FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE The Prime Minister (Mr. Ben Chif ley) has informed the Country Party Leader (Artie Fadden) that 'there is little prospect of significant recruiting to rural industries.' He made this observation replying to Fadden's criti cism of ''too many public servants not enough people for the farms.' In his private memorandum Chifley admits that while the total population in work increased by over 33 per cent, since the 1930's the number engaged in rural industry expanded by only 15 per cent. It appeared he. said that, 'short of some action such as special training of young persons for farm work, com bined with some further improvement in the wage levels of rural workers,' rural industries will not meet the stronger' competitive power of other industries not so dependent on prices of exports. This melancholy, defeatist attitude has aroused the wrath of the Country Party members — and' several Liberals from Country areas — who are hoveri...

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

Relief from RHEUMATICS asoply because, after .more than 57 years use the world over, De Witt's Pills is a household word for such troubles. j It is in the kidneys that rheumatic aches ; and pains so often originate. These vital j organs get clogged, become sluggish ; ! they then fail in their work cf filtering i ?waste and poisons from the system. These ! poisons, when not expelled, frequently set up trouble and cause pain and stiffness. De Witt's Pills stimulate the kidneys, restore j them to normal activity so that poisons and imparities are soon swept away. If s pretty safe to say your neighbour, or a friend will speak highly of De Witt's ' Pills. So why not turn to them yourself ? j They have proved successful in so many cases. Ask your rftemist for a bottle of De Witt's Pills to-day. OeWitts PilSs For Backache, Rheumatism, Joint Pains, Sciatica and Lumbago. From chemist? and storekeepers everywhere, 3/- and S/9.

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

Genuine Clearing Sale AT MULLEWA -On the property two miles north of lieatty Siding and nine miles east of Mullewa) Thursday, March 18th, 1948 at 2 p.m. Westralian Farmers Co-Op. Limited JT.VVK !»t\jn favured with jnstrik-tions from Jir. Genrw Palethorpe. who lias leased his farm, to offer by public auction the following: — 750 ? SHEEP ? 750 420 Merino Wethers, full mouth. 210 Mixed Sex Weaner.s. 120 Mixed !--ex. 1J years. These sheep have been bred (in Koon oona lines for a number of years and are outstanding in frame, condition and quality. MACHINERY 10-disc H.B. Imperial Seeder, wide wheels, done 6'0-t acres (as new) : 10ft. A.L. Sunshine Harvester with tractor j Hitch, iirsr-dass order: 14-twin di5C I Shearer Plough, nood order: - 17-nin i iiassey-Harris Di.«-- Seed Drill, good order; i)ft. Hay Rake, good order: 33 tyne Spring Tooth Cultivator with trac tor pull; 2-knife Chaflfcutter, fair order. PRODUCE Seed Wheat — W0 Bags Ranee, har vester sample; S'» Bags Kungulla, har veste...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Wheat for India. — The first shipment this season of wheat from Geraldton to India, approximately 9,300 tons, is to be lifted on the Indian Trader, which ! berthed at the port from Freuiantle at j 9.4a a.m. yesterday. Loading opera- j tions, which are expected to extend I over a period of about one week, will ; commence on Monday morning. Dur- ! ing the 104R-47 season, 44,366 tons of j wheat were exported to India in five shipments from Geraldton. tiercidtGK Cycle Club. — In order to j discuss arrangements for the forthcom ing racing season, a meeting of the Geraldton Ocle Club will be held in the quarters of the Police Boys' Club on Wednesday night next, and in addi tion to having a full muster of present j members the committee is hopeful that j the attendance will be augmented by ' intending members and others interested ( in the sport. The dub is most anxious ro enrol additional senior members; ] and it is also hoped to greatly increase ' the number of junior r...

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Queensland Strike DEFIANCE OF NEW ORDER Engineering Union's Threat SECRET POLICE PLANS Brisbane, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Queensland Strike ^ ? DEFIANCE OF NEW ORDER Engineering Union's Threat SECRET POLICE PLANS Brisbane, February 28. Following last night's announcement by the Premier (Mr. Hanlon) of a state of emergency Queensland now faces a new threat. In defiance of the Pre mier and in support of the transport men, who have been »on strike for twenty-six days, the Amalgamated Engineering Union is expected to call out members. If this happens Queens laud will be in a much worse state of chaos. Power houses will be affected immediately . All industry will come to a standstill. The Premier has threatened that unless the workers resume on Monday the Government will assume control of all transport, rail, road, sea and air. Every worker who complies with the Premier's request and defies his union will be guaranteed protection. Police squads will be posted at entrances to all stations. Secret police plans to implement the Government's emergency orders have been completed. All police leave has been cancel...

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Asbestos Deposits Wittenoom Gorge Project IMPORTANCE TO STATE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Asbestos Deposits Wittenoom Gorge Project IMPORTANCE TO STATE Asbestos deposits in the Hamersley Ranges are most extensive, and the mining project ar present being under taken in the Wittenoom Gorge by Aus tralian Blue Asbestos Limited could possibly be as important to Western Australia as some of the large mining towns have been in the past. This was stated to-day by the manager of the mine (Mr. D. Humphreys) who is at present in Geraidton and proposes next week to pay ji business visit to the Murchison Goldfields. 4iA complete township is under con struction, adjacent to the mine,' con tinued Mr. Humphreys. 'It is a plan ned project encompassing all the 'neces- sities of modern life. The asbestos produced is used iu Australia for the fabrication of building materials, and the demand far exceeds ' the supply. The blue asbestos deposits, are. with the exception of those in South Africa, the only ones of their type iu the world.' Explaining the methods adopted for mining the asbestos...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies «. Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES The riotously funny farce, 'Women Aren't Angels,' and the emotionally penetrating drama, 'The Secret Heart,' starring Walter ridgeon and Claudette Colbert, provided a pleasing balance in the programme screened at the Radio Theatre last night, it will be related again to-night. The main features are supported by several interesting short 'subjects. The programme for Monday, Tuesday aud Wednesday nights is as follows : — (1) — Universal Xewsreel. .(2) — 'Watch Over Japan.' (3) — 'Popular Science.*' (4) — Cartoon. (5) — 'Screen Snapshots.'' (t-) — 'Leave Her to Heaven' ('Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne Craiu and Vincent Price). 'Leave Her to Heaven' Starring Gene Tier/iey and Cornel Wilde, tlie engaging romantic Hint, 'Leave Her to Heaven,' will be screened on Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday nights next. Particular atten tion was directed to the opening scenes, which set the story oil: to a gripping start, and the high...

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Australians' Thirst Beer Consumption Rises LARGER APPETITES Canberra, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Australians' Thirst Beer Consumption Rises LARGER APPETITES Canberra, February 28. Australians drank an average of 15.9 gallons of beer per head in 1946-1947 compared with an average of 11.4 gal lons in the three years ended 1938 1939. The consumption of wine was 1.10 gallons compared with .62 gallons and tiie consumption of foodstuffs per head was 2.2 per cent, above pre-war levels. ? ilr

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Sydney Black Market Prawn Fishermen Caught PROFITABLE WORK Sydney, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Sydney Black Market Prawn Fishermen Caught PROFITABLE WORK Sydney, February 28. In an attempt to stamp out the black market in prawns, police and fisheries insi»ectors raided fishermen trawling in closed waters on the Parramatta River early to-day. Three boats working without lights fl'ere surprised and three nets con fiscated. Six fishermen will be pro secuted. Prawn fishermen are said to be making from £5 to £10 a night sell ing their catches on the black market.

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

Perfect for Business or Leisure m Chevrolet leads again with a range of smart Eg new 15 cwt. Utilities featuring the strength and 11 efficiency needed for capacity delivery wort plus §§ die passenger car comfort you want for leisure. m Greatly increased engine power with greater m. economy are featured in these new Chevrolet M ? Utilities — the ideal dual-purpose units. M A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT M LOCAL. DEALERS: g Young Motors Ply. Ltd. I MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON 1 cn.is li 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 hrick, Iirick veneer, timber or fibjo-cement construction, or on houses already creeled, as well as for the purpose of repaying any existing debt on house property. EASY TERMS OF REPAYMENT ? over a period of from 10 to 25 years. MONTHLY INSTALMENT required is usually less than the rental that would be normally charged. Before taking any steps to f...

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Perth Wool Sales New Records Established PRICES FOR DISTRICT CLIPS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Perth Wool Sales ^ ? New Records Established PRICES FOR DISTRICT CLIPS I Associated Brokers offered u total of 35,190 bales at the Perth vv-«-1 s;ile which was conducted nu .Monday and Tuesday hist. Of this quantity 33.43O ( bales were on account of growers and j the bai.-iuce of 1,7-K- comprised stock- j pile wool ou account of the Australian Wool Realisation Commission. The. major portion of the woo! was dravai ^rom the ngi-ivuiuirai, Great Sout&€f&. and South-Westerii districts, there. =being' only, a suiall proportion f rout the ipagtoi^i areas. Wools from the farming areas resembled those sub mitted at the last sale, being for the most part well grown and in goo-l order. Some were inclined to be strong in quality in consequence of the goo«l seasou experienced. Clips from the Great Southern areas were exception ally attractive and in wonderful condi tion. Most of the pastoral wools were from the Murehison and Gascoyne. These clips showed plenty of style, werj sof...

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CHURCH SERVICES Arrangements for To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

CHURCH SERVICES Arrangements fqifTo-ihorrow: The following services will be con ducted in various churches in the town during to-morrow (Sunday) : — Church of Christ — 10 a.m., Sunday School ; 11 a.m., Worship in the C.W.A. Hall at the corner of Marine Terrace and Gregory Street. Presbyterian Church. — 10 a.m., Sun day School; 11 a.m., Divine Service (preacher, Mr. D. Taylor) ; 7.30 p.m.. Evening Worship (preacher, Mr. E. H. Eaton). Methodist Church. — 9.45 a.m., Sunday School and Kindergarten; 11 a.m., Morning Worship; 7.30 p.m., Evening Worship (anthem, 'The Splendours of Thy Glory Lord'). Both services will be conducted by- Missioner T. Black well, of Mullwa. Church of England. — 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion; 10 a.m., Holy Communion with Address (Young People's Family Service) ; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer with Sermon ; 7.30 p.m., Evening Prayer with Sermon. The Rev. F. Hart, of Bluff Point, will 'officiate at the morn ing service, and the Rev. F. L. Mann, of Northampton, will conduct t...

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

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

BOTTLES Do you know that owing to the world shortage of Soda Ash production of all bottles in W.A. ceased on January 2nd, 1 948. Continued supplies of Bottled Beer are now entirely dependent on the PROMPT return of empty bottles. * ACT NOW! For Collection please ring B 6998 - L 2697 or write West Australian Glass Manufacturers, 115 St. George's Terrace, Perth \ Dowie's Drapery ; Tel. 91 — MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON — TeL 91 ! Men's Strong Pin Wire Cotton Tweed Working Trousers ; — Dowie's Price, 1 7/9 per pair (two coupons) ? Men's and O.S. Khaki Two Pocket Work Shirts — Dowie's ! . Price, 1 3/6 each (three coupons) ; Men's and O.S. All-Wool Bathing Trunks, assorted colors ! — Dowie's Price, 1 0/6 per pair (no coupons) ! Boys' Khaki Safari Jackets for School and Holiday Wear ! —Dowie's Price, 15/10 each (five coupons) !; Boys' Blue Headcloth Blouses, sizes 4 to 10 — Dowie's ;! Price, 7/1 1 each (three coupons) !; Boys' Khaki Ranger Suits — Dowie's Price, 1 1/6 each ;! (four coupons) ...

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

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

PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clime, of New ma rracarra, who have been on a holi day visit to Carnarvon, returned to Geraldton by air yesterday afternoon. .Mr. D. Atkinson, in pre-war years » well-known knight of rhe road in the northern areas, is at present on a holi day visit to the town and is staying at he Great Northern Hotel. ***** Mr. H. J. Reedy, of Northern Gully, who recently spent a brief period as a patient at Uosella Hospital, left Ger aldtou to-day in company with his wife on a short holiday visit to Perth: * * * ? * Mr. Noel More, district manager for Goldshrough, Mort & Comijany Limited, left Gerald ton this morning to spend a fortnight's holiday with his parents (Mr. and Mrs. H. St. Barb More) at Albany. ***** Mr. F. L. Johnson, who conducts a business in Victoria Park, is at present spending a holiday in Geraldton as the guest of his brother and sister-in-law (Mr. and Mrs. D. Johnson, of View Street). ***** The Minister for the Interior (Hon. H. V. Johnson, M...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Remington ROYAL GEM'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Eastern States Racing 1 ' W Meeting at Flemington ROYAL GEM'S SUCCESS The Newmarket Handicap, the prin cipal race on iho programme of the meeting conducted at Flemington this afternoon, was won by Royal Gem. Details of the various events are as follows : — PINES HURDLE RACE Two miles Faunus. 9.12 ? 1 Cheery Boy, 10.6 ? 2 Sir Xolte, 9.11 ? 3 Other starters: Hiatus 11.10, Silgaro 11.1, John Masefield 10.4, Sun Eagle 10.0, Fortune's Folly '9.12, Ferguson 9.6, King's Glen 9.6, Esquire 9.5, Flanistead i).Z, Brunch 9.2, Halsbury 9.0. Batting: 9 to 2 against the winner. Dividends: 10/6, 17/6, 18/6. SIRES PRODUCE STAKES Seven furlongs Ungar, 8.10 ? l Comic Court, S.10 ? - - 2 Blessing, 8.7 ? 3 Other starters: Bengal 8.10, Ker rigan 8.10, Rocket Gun 8.10, Head Mis tress 8.7. Betting: 4 to 1 on the wiauer. Dividends: 5/6, 11/6. KING'S PLATE One-and-a-half miles Valcurl, 9.3 ? 1 Amelia, 8.11 ? 2 Robert Bruce, 8.11 . . . . ? ? 3 Then* were only three starters. Betting: 10 to .9 against the winn...

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The Geraldton Guardian SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1948 THE JERUSALEM OUTRAGE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

(The | -&ttatitcn-&uurbmn I ? I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 194S j THE JERUSALEM OUTRAGE In administering the Palestine Man date for m«.re than a quarter -?!' a cen tury, and endeavoring faithfully to hold i he scales between migrant Jews and | native Arabs in accordance with the ! Balfour^Declaratiou, Britain has had j what the Colonial Secretary (Mr. Creech Jones) in a broadcast on Feb ruary 2^nd described as 'so thankless i task.' which had grown increasingly thankless in its closing months. Base ingratitude on the part of the Jews, however, reached its peak on thai same day in Palestine, when Arabs. accurately copying Jewish terrorist methods — wearing British j uniforms and driving British army | vehicles, drove into the modern Jewish j business and residential centre of Ben | Yehuda Street, Jerusalem early in the! ir-itrniiig. parked two vehicles and j - scaped in a third, just before the high j expln.sive cargoes of the two blew uji, j razing many important buildin...

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Terrier Attacks Baby Thought He Was a Cat EVIDENCE AT INQUEST Hobart, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Terrier Attacks Baby ? «. ? Thought He Was a Git EVIDENCE AT INQUEST Hobart, February 28. A wire-haired fox terrier attacked a three-weeks-old baby while it was asleep in its pram and caused its death on the supposition that it was a cat. This view was expressed by & witness at an inquest into the death of Russell Anthony Moore. Kathleen Veronica Cane said that Mrs. Moore brought' the baby to her j home and left him in a pram in the front room. Witness had two dogs, a i wire-haired fox terrier and a Scotch terrier. Later she saw the baby with its head covered in blood. 'I think when the baby whimpered the dog thought it was a cat and attjacked it,' said the witness. A finding of accidental death was' .returned. xl

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting TO-DAY'S RESULTS PIER MAIDEN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 28 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting TO-DAY'S RESULTS PIER MAIDEN Five furlongs (First Division) Joan's Star, S.3 (Fry) .... 1 Dawn Mist, 7.13 (Percival) 2 M«'lter's Glory, 8.(5 (Treen) 3 Other starters: Del Fuego 8-7, Prince San 8.7, Bee Gay 8.7, Aesthete 8.H, Tisn 8.4, Sweet Boronia 8.4, Miss Portino S.4, Warren 8.3, Intiater 8.3, Camleur 8.2, Kareine 8.1, Koala Bey 8.1, Kearney S.I, Rod Berry 8.0, Lord Mond 8.0, I rince Fidelist 7.11. Betting: r- to 1 against the winner. Dividends: 12/(5, '.)/-, 10/-. ; PIER MAIDEN I Five furlongs (Second Division) Jollair, S.1J (Ayres) ? 1 i Gay Pierwtte, 8.1 (McCloud) 2 i Hinda's Glory, 8.7 (Treen) 3 Other starters : Worthniaur 815, Dual ' Lejiend SXt, Chanting 8.4. Spanish N'ight 8.4, Essential 8.3, Franglo 8.3, Gay Intervener 8.3, Fine Spear 8.2, The Westerner 8.2, Sansoval 8.2, Lunar Light S.1, Hull Dress 7.13, Olivion 7.12, Bo Leap 7.7. Betting: 11 to 2 against the winner, i Dividends: «/-, W; V'- j HOWARD MAIDEX .Seven furlongs Cyclotron, ...

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