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RECORD SOLO FLIGHT LONDON TO CAPETOWN AND BACK LADY BAILEY'S GREAT FEAT London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

RECORD SOLO FLIGHT ? m ; LONDON TO CAPETOWN . AND BACK ; ? i LADY BAILEY'S GREAT FEAT I London, January 16. ! Lady 'Bailey landed at Croydon this afternoon in her Dc Haviland Moth j aeroplane, thus completing her flight from London to Capetown and back. Sho had been escorted from Berc-k Puage, France, where she took off, by an aeroplane of the Air Union, which had been sent specially to accompany ' her owing to bad weather conditions in the Channel. She was greeted at Croy- j don by a large, cheering crowd. j Lady Bailey has created several new records by her flight. She is the first j woman to fly from London to Cape- ' town and back, has manle the longest j flight over accomplished by a woman, and her 18,000 miles' journey is the longest solo flight by either man or woman. In addition, she is the first woman to have flown over the Congo and the Sahara.

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TRAINING APPRENTICES THE QUEENSLAND SCHEME, Brisbane, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

TRAINING APPRENTICES TFT1. QUEENSLAND SCHEME. Tlristiiuie. Januarv 16. Commenting on remarks made by Sir Arthur Duekhain, leader .of the British Economic Mission, respecting the rela tions between employers and employees in Australia, and emphasising the necu for unison in work, the Minister fol Works (Mr. Eirtran) said to-day that Sir Arthur Duckham's remarks concern ing the apprenticeship system coula not be said to apply to Queensland, as thai State was regarded »s leading the w.orld in the training of apprentices. No other country. Mr. Kirwan declar ed, had such a , well organised scheme^ and. as a result, thhe Queensland Gov ernment ha*l received inquiries from many countries as tu. the methods adopted here, Sir Arthur's statement that youths would only enter industry at tbe ace of 15 or 16 years, did not applv to Queensland, as any minor rroni 14 years of age might register for apprenticeship, provided he produced a certificate that ha had been educated up to a certain standar...

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SAVING TROUBLE AN OBLIGING MOTORIST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

SAVING TROUBLE — - .' ♦ ? AN OBLIGING MOTORIST Charles Pearn, commercial traveller, was charged in the Police Court this morning, before Messrs. A. Mcadowcroft and (jr. Lester, J's.P., with turning an intersection before having passed the centre of the road last Tuesday. Asked by the Bench as to how . he pleaded, defendant replied that he ** really did not remember the inci dent, bnt he took this good man 's word for it' (indicating the traffic inspec tor) and pleaded guilty. Traffielnspector Smythe said about 10.30 ajn. he saw the defendant corns down Cathedral-avenue. He turned in to Marine-terrace, but did not- go round the intersection. The Bench fined the defendant £l and costs.

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LADY TENNIS CHAMPION HELEN WILLS' ROMANCE London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

LADY TENNIS CHAMPION HELEN WILLS' ROMANCE London Januarv 1C Mi«s Helen Wills interviewed by trans- Atlantic .telephone at her Califor nian home, 6000 miles from London, con ccrning her engagement to Mr. Fred Moody, told an 'Evening News' rep resentative : — 'I met my fate at Cannes, when playing against Suzanne Lenglcn. Fred 's mother is a great friend of mine, so we got .together. .1 suppose it is u romance; anyway we feel fine about it. I shall cxmtinne to play tennis after my marriage. We are ever so much in love with one another, although he is no good at tennis,'

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CONSTABLE SHOOTS ASSAILANT JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE. Melbourne, January 16 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

CONSTABLE SHOOTS ASSAILANT m JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE. Melbourne, January 16 A finding of justifiable homicide 'was given by the Coroner (Mr. 1-. Grant) at the inquest held to-day on the flcath of William Henunn Kraefft (28), motor driver,of Ringwood, who was soot dur ing a disturbance outside the Warran dyte Town Hall on the night of Dec ember. 24. Constable Rupert George Brown, by whom the shot was Cred was absolved from blame. ? Constable Brown said that he and Constable McCulloch arrested two men at Warrandyte on the night of Decem ber 24 for drunkenness. A crowd then gathered and both he and McCaUoch were roughly handled. He called to the crowd to stand back, but a man grasped his wrist and tried to snatch away the revolver. During the struggle the re volver w-*pt off and a man felL Wit ness believed he would have bees killed had he not drawn his -revolver. The Coroner found that Constable Brown fired on Kraefft while in the txecution of his duty of preserving the peace, and he abs...

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AFGHAN REVOLT GERMANS INCENSED VENOMOUS ATTACK ON BRITAIN (Continued from Page 1.) Berlin, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

AFGHAN REVOLT GERMANS INCENSED VENOMOUS ATTACK ON BRITAIN (Continued from Page 1.) * Berlin, January 15. When informing Dr. Stresemann (Foreign Minister) ^ of the change in Afghanistan, the Afghan Minister ex pressed Inayatullah 's wish for the con tinuance of the present cordial rela tions with Germany. It is generally considered that ina yatullah has more sympathy with Bri tish ideas, ihan his predecessor, but the Nationalist newspapers venomously at tack Britain in connection with the change renewing the charge that Brit tin supported the revolt in order to re establish the regime of British influence in Afghanistan, which ended with Ama nullah's accession in 1919. 'The British have never shrunk from any means of reaching their aim' declares the ' Kreuz-Zeitung. ' 'Her so-called peaceful conquests, form an unbroken chain of violence and oppres sion, stretching over 500 years. The process occasionally arouses tho world's indignation, but it is always complete ly successful. Amanul...

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MINGENEW SOCIAL GERALDTON CRICKETERS ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MINGENEW SOCIAL GERALDTON CRICKETERS ; ENTERTAINED A v#ry enjoyable evening was spenj at Mingenewjon January 12 by a large number of people, who accepted the in vitation of Mr. F. F. Shearn to a social in honour of the occasion of the mar ?^age of his son Sydney, which had taken 'place at Cottesloe on December 29. The time was agreeably spent in dancing to music supplied by Mrs. Reynolds and Miss Murtha. Mr. W. P. Reynolds officiated as M.C. On behalf of the gathering, Mr. P. T. Bridge thanked Mr. Shearn for the entertainment, and introduced Mr. K. Bolton, president of the North Mid lands Cricket Association, who thank ed Mr. Shean. for .extending his invita tion to include the members of the Geraldton Association, who had arriv ed at Mingenew that night for the par pose of trying conclusions with hi Association on the cricket field on the following day. Mr Shean responded, and. said he was very pleased the little function had been arranged on a night the Gerald ton men were in Ming...

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GERALDTON ROWING CLUB ANNIVERSARY DAY FOURS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

GERALDTON ROWING CLUB ANNIVERSARY BAY FOURS The following crews have been select ed to race over the half-mile course on Monday, January 28, in connection with the Geraldton Week Beach Sports. V. Kempton (str.), Thomas, C. Kemp ton, WalL Wisrht fstr.^. McKlernnn. Shana.li9.n Marchant. Carter'(str.), Evenscn, Simms, Ellery. Elliott (str.), Laace, Sanford, Hill brick. Curlewis (str.), Fyfe, Robinson, Tay lor. The Junior Crews The following novices have been sel ected to race for special trophies on Saturday, in a novice fours event. They are asked to communicate with the cap tain and arrange for training rows: — TSL White, G. Seriven, C. -Jibson, R. Pcnniment, M. Purser, Fi Bull, R. Led sham, D. Baker, A. Cadman, L. Vecchia.

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"LEOPARD" MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

'LEOPARD' MEN. w ? The negroes of Africa delight in secret societies, some bl which arc comparatively harmless, while others a^e criminal organisations of the mest deadly character. The two which have given the most trouble tre the 'Leorard' end 'Al- ii a o:' Soci?lies, the former being tLe v orot of the two. J-.ist as the' leorard is the most cunning, cruel, snl dtadly of African beasts, so is this society the most cruel and se cret in its dealings. The members dress in the s'.^ins oi leopards, and each member carries a : ?-. i ious-looking knife with three ra:o.--like blades made to resemble ihe claws of the leopard. From bid ing by a jungle-path, he springs upon his victim, striking him on the back of the neck. The chief of each branch carries a 'fcufcoi,' or whistle, for summoning the members, and an iron needle for branding them. Two 'Leopard' men were recently caught and hanged at Stanleyville, in the Belgian Congo. The 'Alligators' disguise them s lves as alligators, and hide...

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NEW MARRIAGE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

NEW MARRIAGE SERVICE, The woman minister of the Greville Flacs Church, in London, tbc Rev. Constance Mary Coltman, M.A., B.D., has composed a new marriage service which she reads at all wed dings st which ehe officiates. The most interesting feature of it is that both bride and bridegroom plight their troth with a ring, each placing a ring on the other's finger. The word 'obey' do£s not occur in the STvice, and the man and woman mate exactly the same vows. Mrs. ? Coltman has also written a new christening service.

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KINGS OF THE TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

'KINGS OF THE TRACK. ? e ? , One hundred and forty miles si. hour ! Quite recently Mr. K. Lee j Guinness cctabliched this world's re- ' cord on his Sunbeam car. j The trjxX on which tho {cat vras | accomplished is at Wcybiidpe, in j Surr.y. Motorists the world over call it Brooklands. This wonderful racing-track is built of concrete, and is two and thrae-au&rter miles round. Two miles of it is dead level ; the rest is bank ed, and rises to a height of over £8ft. At no point is the track less than ICOft. wide. The Brooklands track was designed for a speed of 100 miles an hour. Suih a speed has long been surpassed. In 1S15 a car did 100 miles an hour, though 128 miles an hour for the half-nrile had been registered six years previously. In 1S14 the latter sreed was beaten, and to-day the re cord stands at over 140 miles an hour. The timing of the great racers is absolutely accurate. The wheels pass over a cable at the start and finish of a race, and the time is flashed across t...

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MT. MAGNET NEWS January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MT. MAGNET NEWS ? ' ♦ January 1G. The usual game of cricket in conncc-' tion with the Paterson Cup was played on Sunday and resulted in a draw. A wire was received this week by Mr. S. Fleming, who is acting secre tary and captain combined for the Ten nis Club, to the effect that Messrs Pat erson and . Hamilton representing Mt. Magnet had won the Barnett Cup. Mr Paterson is looking forward to some -sf the younger members taking part in the Country Week competitions. -Congratulations to Bernard Hougb, James Pascoe and James Atkinson, who were successful in gaining their junior certificate at the recent examinations held at the Geraldton High SchooL This entitles them to a further two years of study. ' Mrs. Edliouse and family, and Mrs. Osterley and daughter, alro Miss Con nolly were passengers to Perth on Mon day's train. Mr. J. Crick had the misfortune to be bitten by a spider on Monday, but early treatment brought him relief. Mrs. W. Butler had a somewhat seri ous illness last week,...

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GERALDTON WEEK THE ATHLETIC SPORTS HANDICAPS FOR PRINCIPAL EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK ? ? ' - --3s THE ATHLETIC SPORTS fl HANDICAPS FOR PRDJTCIPAI. ' -M EVENTS '' ??:=§§ ? ? ? -; ^MM The following handicaps have been -^ issued for the principal events to be :--:^5j contested at the big athletic gathering ^Hifg to be held on Thursday, January 31st,: '-ftiS! in connection with Geraldton Week: — ~ --WTsSS 75 120 440 -(^ G.Gardner ? 3 5 —^:~--^. O. Lynch ? 4 7 35 ^M A. L. Gerick ... 4 7 — *1 M. Fathers ? 5 8 — 3§ D. SIcManus . . 5 S -^- '- Vv5^ A. Hawkins ? 5i 9 - — -:'*2j F. Arndt ? 5* 9 — -fj J. Ackland ? 5* S — :-^M E. Logue ? 6 9 33 ??'Ofgj R. Thornton ... ti* 9 31 U--v\S3 X Holman ? 61 9* 32 -S C. Pass ? 7 9| 30 1 W. R. Williams 7i 11 35 ^ X a Byrne ... 7f lit — §3 J. HaUyock .;.. 71 11 35 -M-TS P. Bohan ? 8 9i 33 i^ R. Thomas ? 8 10 35 ? /§k J. Jupp ? 8 10 35 SS B. Dawson ? 7 lOl'-^j^--^ ?-?'£= P. Kelly ? 81 101 T— :.M R, Palmer .... 9 11 ' — ? T^f L. W. Currell ... 9 13 — -K; J. G. Lynch ? 9 12$ .— ' ?% H. K. Easther ..9 12J — S G. Blake ? 9 13J — -...

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WHEAT PRICES OVERSEAS MARKETS London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

WHEAT PRICES OVERSEAS MARKETS London, January 16. Wheat cargoes arc not in active de mand and quotations reflect an casing of 3d. 'while parcels have poor atten tion at a similar decline. Sales have been made, ex the Orauia, at ^46/6. Liverpool futures arc quoted at:— March, 9/2 1-8 per cental; May, i)/3\; July, 9/5i. New York, January 1-5 Chicago wheat options are quoted at: March, 118 5-8 cents a bushel; Mav, J22 cents; July, 123 1-8 cents. A Double Offender. — Stan Grccnweli, commercial traveller, who did not ap pear, was charged in the Police Court this morning before Messrs. A.- Meadow troft and G. Lester, J's.P., with not leaving his stationary car close to the footpath on January 13. A setoni charge was al.-o preferred against him of leaving his car within less than -JO feer of a road intersection. —On the first charge he was fined £] and costs, and .on the second, 10/- and costs. .

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JOCKEY'S BANKRUPTCY STEVE DONOGHUE'S TRANSACTIONS ACCOMMODATION NOTES London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

JOCKErS BANKRUPTCY STEVE DONOGHUE'S TRANSACTIONS ACCOMMODATION NOTES T,nnilmi. January 1C Sieve Donoghue the famous jockey, was examined in bankruptcy to-day. He saiA that he was a friend fon 15 or 16 years .of the late financier 'Jlm- mr' White, for whom he acted as jock ey at a verbal retainer of £600 a year, which he did not receive, White giving him £3000 worth of shares in the Beech am Trust instead, also occasional loans which he repaid. Eventually White, saying things were bad, persuaded Donoghue to sign an ac commodation note for £21,000 which White intended to discount. Donoghue explained, that he did not owe Whito this amount, but he trusted him. The Beecham Trust solicitor's agreed to ac cept a £2,500 settlement note which he paid. White's executors are now claim ing £13,950.

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BLUFF POINT SPORTS THE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

BLUFF POINT SPORTS ? ♦ '? '.' *}'H U STTRVki l-:T.Tt TTAMIH-5ATP The following arc the starts aDotfced in the Sheffield Handicap, 120 yards, to ' be decided at Bluff Point Sports tomor jow afternoons — 6. Lynch 7, M. Fathers 8, X B. Hol man 91, E. Logue 9, P. Bohan 9^ B. \ , Thornton 9, T. H. Wright 11, E. S. Crabbc 11. WiUmott 11, E. Im. Mere dith 11, W. Jones 11, K. Goscott 12, Ck Blake 12, P. Grey 12, R. Morgan 12^, B. Millett 121, L. O'Dea 13, G. darke 13. J. Cairns 13. A. Moraan 13, T- Shan ahan 13, a. Heelan 13, F. Watson M. Notice to Correspondent. — 'Fisher's Ghost' is informed that we are unable to publish his letter.

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL. Be Prepared. — Tennis players will need to be prepared for the Geraldton Week tournaments. A poor racquet can spoil good play. Get those new .strings put in at Guscott's Sports De pot. New racquets from 12/- to 95/-. — Advt. ^Midland Railway Company. — A Lon don cable, message of Tuesday last stated: 'The accounts of the Midland Railway Co. (W-A.) show a credit bal ance of £78,756. Eedemption of rever sionary certificates is set down at £3,558, and the amount carried forward is £2,784. A dividend of 3 per cent was announced last week.' Cars Collide. — About one o'clock to day two motor cars collided near the Freemason's Hotel, Marine-terrace. Mr. J. J. Jones, of Walkaway, was turning his car when another car, driven by Mr. Morris Gershen, collided with him. Very little damage was done beyond the denting of the right hand mudguard on Mr. Jones' car. Was it a Shark? — A rumour was in circulation yesterday morning that a shark had been seen in the vicinity of t...

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QUEEN'S PARK ALLEGED REMOVAL OF BRUSH WOOD COUNCIL PROSECUTION FAILS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

QUEEN'S PARK ALLEGED REMOVAL OF BRUSH WOOD COUNCIL PROSECUTION FAILS Messrs. A .Meadpwcroft and G. Les ter, J's.P. occupied the Bench in th3 Police Court this morning, and dismissed a case, in which Michael O'Dea, la bourer, was charged by Health Inspec tor Harrop, with removing, on December 21, a quantity of bosh from Qnecn** Park. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Inspector Harrop asked leave of the Bench to amend the charge to read in stead of December 24, December 2L Defendant objected to the amend ment. He said he had taken tho trouble to appear in court and ho ex pected Inspector Harrop to substantiate the charge made against him for Dec ember 24. The Bench decided as defendant, had taken the trouble to appear as he-had stated, it was immaterial to him whether the date was the 24th or the 21st. They amended The* charge to read December 21. Defendant main tained his former plea of not gaQty. Inspector Harrop said on December 21, about 5 p.nu he saw. defendant in Queen's Park. He wa...

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MAGNITUDE OF "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MAGNITUDE OF 'UNCLE TOM'S CABIN' A motion picture that costs £400,00-'? to make and another quarter million to advertise, sell and distribute. No pic ture better illustrates the magnitude of modern screen achievements than 'Uncle Tom's Cabin.' Procured at enormous cost for presentation in Ger aldton on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next, and Nortnanipton on ?Saturday, January 20, the big classic will be preceded by an atmospheric pro logue featuring Baby idtraw and Jack Holnian in Southern melodies an-J dances. Box plans are now open.

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BOXING CUNNINGHAM v. SILVEST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

BOXING ? ^ — ? CUNNINGHAM v. SELVEST ' :- - The bout between the two light-' weights, Cunningham and Silvest, at the Town Hall to-night, promises to be vcty interesting, as both fighters arc sai-i to be in first class condition. Silvest will be seconded by Kit Burnie, an-1 Cunningham by Les BowtelL There will be some good preliminaries.

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