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TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament CONCLUDING STAGES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament CONCLUDING STAGES J Hiring last week-eii-I the annual foiiruanieiit of tin* CeraMton Tennis i Club was advanced to the concluding | stages, the (inal games being played in j three of the events. The winners i»f j the semi-linals of the metis champion- j ship were K. Townsheud and I -. Howe. I and in I lie linal game the former won somewhat cotutV.rrahiy. Another event finalised was the 'women's champion-, ship doubles, in which the winners were Mrs. .lolmsoii anil Miss Stirling, and in tin.' women's handicap doubles the concluding game was won by Mi.s.ses Clausou and Hooper. The following were the results of the various games played during the week-end: — Men's (iiainjuonsliip Singles Semi-linals — K. Townsheud beat I». Hanks. fJ-l', C-3: J-. ltmve heat K. (Uass, 0-4, ti-2. Final — K. Townsheiitl beat D. Howe, -;-4, c-i. Men's Ciuuu|iionshi|) Doubles Semi-tinals — K. Townshend . and K. Class beat .7. -:,-ile and I -. liaufcs. 0-4, f I 11-1): O. 1'o...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Britain's Grasslands Drive for Improvement NEW DRYING CENTRES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

i Britain's Grasslands ? m Drive for Improvement NEW DRYING CENTRES Britain's a jn*i culture industry has bikini 1JI4S fjK'in- the hiirnest task in its history. It has kni asked' by. the j Ciovt'ruiiient to inerease the net output t to the value of £14M'.inm).ih-i- within the i next four years, and fanners have! already \iU-d^«Ml themselves t«i sui-|iass even their wartime targets. j Jn a recent s(ieeeh t tit* Minister of ! 'Ajiririilture said thai the inundations ? if liritaiu's agriculture of the future 'would be laid on the expanded produc- ! tion --t' three esseutial mips — potatoes, wheat am! sutrar heet. lie explained, however, that the next stage in the plan of expansion deluded , very largely mi an iuipmveil supply of feed- ] iivj; st nils. On the livestock side a new drive has 1-**»mi opened to improve not uuly the quality of the grasslands. Imi to .secure a tmieh greater -|iiautity of winter feed in the form of silage, dried grass and good quality liay. The total output of...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies , ? o- — Current Attractions | REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES ? I i 'Leave Her To Heaven.' dcpii-tinir --;i-- j of t lie nn'si intense love stories in i uicdern American ii--tien. had iis pre-; iniore at the liadio Theatre last niidK j and will bo repeated again to-uijihi and j on Wednesday ni.^lit. It st.-irs Gene j Tierney. Cornel Wilde :U!-1 .Jeanne i Craiu in a picture w!ii«-h will We long , remembered for us intense realism and j graphic character portrayals. It is supported l-y a number ot' interesting short .subject*. The programme for Thursday niiiln next is as follows: — (1) — Newsreel. (2)— 'My Learned Friend' (Will Hay, Claude Httlbvrt and Mervyn Johns K (3) — 'Itrenda Starr. Ueporter' (Serial! (4» — Brevity. ^ (5) — 'I' inspected Cnost' - William Boyd. Andy Clyde. Band I '.rooks and Klaine Ttiley). J ' 1 'Leave Her to Heaven' Starring Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde , and Jeanne era in. 'Leave Her to ; Heaven' i- the sjnry -;J a woman's j iruili of the deadliest o...

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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters W.A.T.C. WEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters W.A.T.C- WEIGHTS The following weights have beeu declared for the meeting of the Western Australian Turf Club to be conducted at headquarters on Saturday next : — BUCKLAXD HANDICAP (For two-year-olds) hix turlongs Precedent - - 9 8 Jennie - - - 7 1- Barlowerie -92 Franglo ? 7 t? Satirist - - - 8 7 Tish - - - - 7 6 Joan's Star - 8 6 Fine Spear - 7 .'» ii. Brocade -85 The West'ner 7 5 Hinda's Gl. - 7 12 Koala Bey - 7 4 i Melter's Gl. - 7 10 Frivolous S. 7 4 j Prince San - 7 10 Kareme ? 7 4 Gay Pierette 7 S Kearney - - 7 4 Worthmaur - 7 S Red Berry - - 7 3 Aesthete ? 7 8 Balkanette - 7 3 Lord Mylo - 7 S Gayfino ? 7 3 Dual Legend 7 S St. Glory - - 7 2 Miss Portino 7 7 Merredin - - 7 2 Clover Val. - 7 7 Ball Dress - 7 1 Essential ? 7 G Fine Flare -70 FLOKEA.T MAIDEN (For four-year-olds and under) Seven furlongs Bosisto - - - 9 0 Pantess ? S 5 His Double - 8 13 Rosebury - - 8 4 Panto Polly - 8 12 Kialla Lady 8 4 Gay Fern - - S 11 G. Quality - S ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

_ ? J 5 EVERY TRUER OWNER SHOULD KNOW ~1*'*' W.V.W. (sro«s cefc£cl« J ^^ ^_ __ ^_ ^— ^» aa ^^^^m weight) IS THE ©&XY CEB KfwWBBm V^sMMFmKfm TAIN WORK measijrc V flrSVAr ml mW W0 9tB^tlB Accept tonnage ratings only as ? - _ _ _ ? ^ . ? genera! description of capacity. The |»re /«««#«- /Or - and SOld tCUh - a onlylrae'Wk-measare' is Maker's Clearty StUtedG.V.W. (Gross Vehicle Weight) Declared Gross Vehicle Weight rating; tfae gneatest weight of Each unit in the Ford Truck range is engineered in power, vehicle and load tfae manufacturer frame-axe, gear and axle ratios, springs and tyres for specific authorises and guarantees the vehicle Cross Vehicle Weights. Ford truck G.V.W.'s cover 6,500 lbs., to accommodate with safety under 9,000 lbs., 11,300 lbs., 14,500 lbs., 18,000 lbs. For operation as normal conditions of operation, tractors G.V.W.'s range to 29,500 lbs. The Diesel-Powered Ford- There's a Ford Truck with the right Thornton dual rear axle drive provides 29,000 lbs. G.V...

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1948 COMMUNIST COUP IN PRAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

(the -gentfdf on (guardian TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 104S COMMOSIST COUP IN PRAGUE The news from Prague — the Czechos lovakiau capital — some ten days ago, that the whole of the members of non Communist majority of the National Front Government led by Communist Prime Minister Gottwakl had resumed. made it reasonably clear that the Com munist minority was plotting to gain complete control of the country, despite its lack of numbers. Since then, how- j ever, the Czech political crisis, during at least a portion of which a member ; of the Russian Government is reported : to have been in Prague, has developed j long lines different to those which at first appeared likely, and much more swiftly. The net result is the disappearance of the last bulwark of anything like true democratrc Government from amongst the little nations of eastern Europe, so that Russia has a. complete i wall of Communist-controlled satellite j States along its western frontier, fuoin j the Baltic to the Black Sea. j After ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

LOCAL AMD GENERAL — Increase in Kent. — The hearing of an :i!plication by the Diocesan Trustees for an increase in the standard rent of ollice premises in St. George's Building occupied by Leslie 'Hunter Millar was conducted in the Geraldtou Local Court (ins morning before the resident magis trate (Mr. T. Ansell). Mr. C. E. Stow .appeared for the applicants and Mr. I). McM. Glynn appeared for the respondent. At the conclusion of the hearing tho magistrate reserved his decision. Nanscn Identity's Death.— The death ciciirred at the ltnsrila Hospital --n Sunday last of Mrs. Kdijli Mnry Agiiew, who for many years assisted her late husband iu the conduct of a store keeiiing business at Nunson. The deceased lady, who was aged sixly-six years, was a native of England and had resided at Nauson about twelve years. She was a sister of the late Mrs. Dora Fielding, formerly of the -.'-eraldt-.n Hotel, and her husband pre deceased her about twelve mouths ago. srk« is survived by one daughter (Mr...

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"The Bridge of Life" A Strange Inscription DEEP SIGNIFICANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

'The Bridge of life' A Strange Inscription DEEP SIGNIFICANCE (By 'Quo Vadis') 'The world is only a bridge : you may pass over ir, but build no house upon it.' This sirauge inscription, written iu Arabic, is to be found on. the srate of a Mohammedan Mosque in India, and the words are those of the great Eniperor Akba. whose ambition it was to com bine the best in all religions. Surely in this materialistic age those words have ;i deep significance for each one of us, for have not they much the same meaning as those words of our Lord's Avhich are to be found in St. Matthew's Gospel (Chapter VI.) — 'Lay not up for yourselves treasure upou eartii. where moth and rust doth eurrupt, and where thieves break through and steal; but lay up for yourselves treasure in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal.' We all know the havoc wrought by moths, but they were especially a source of destruction in our Lord's day. for at that time a man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Lino Birth Notices — Minimum C) linos). 3/-'.. Deaths, Marriages, Fun eral and Memoriam Notices — Minimum (5 linos). 3/0. Lea-lor rage or other 1'aragraphs nndor road ing matter. 7d. per Hue Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — AH adver tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per line with miui inuru of 2/-. Wedding lteports and Lists of presents. 3/- i-er in. Funeral Ileports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. If &^PAL«IOUVE BRINGS Y0(l\ flfC (B-m l^idmU J \ ^ *¥^Svi-' \ Our love]-T !adV has proved that the velvet \ a^ j»l \ smootJi lather of Palmolive soap gently I mWm.*,.. \ cleanses the pores and gives the skin a \ Ujs cfy - C/ca/rr \ / ^J5** / beautifying massage. That is why she / lii^ilb' / ant^ truly 'schoolgirl complexion.' V _^:':§V \ Pal moltve ?;?.**%#£:??.,.. KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION ? ; ? PB/H6 ? — — IF YOUR ? Pride in Local Achievement j; ... DICTATES THAT YOU BUY ... Globe Lager Y...

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Wheat Competition Coorow Fanner's Success NEW VARIETY SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Wheat Competition Coorow Fanner's Success NEW VARIETY SCORES in Ihe Royal Agricultural Society's fifty-acre wheat crop competition for i 1.1I47-4S, for prizes totalling £4JC. ^iveii ! by the Western Australian Flour Mil- i lerx' Association, whiih was .judged by j ollicers of the Department of Agriciil- ' j ture. the championship award was won ! by G. H. Moir. of F.orden. in Zone 0. ! with a crop of Kondui wheat (one --f ' vhe n;«w W.A.-bre-l varieties I which scored SS points out of the possible iun. Mr. Moirs total was achieved as j follows: — Yield (at a point per bushel I, j 144; freedom from admixture. !-; free-' I 'loin from disease. H: baking strength,. 20. P.. D. Hot he. of Coor«.\v. in Zone 1. ' was second with S7 points for a crop of Uuiigulla. his figures being 42. '.». :i and 27. H. Al. (iatherer. Giiowangenip. in \ Zone ('». was third with a crop of llen lubbin. details being 3!l, Jt. II. 2S. The maximum points available were r»«_t, [ 1-». 1-» and 3--. 'i'lw Superiiitei...

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Alleged Cancer Cures American Sufferers Warned SOCIETY'S SCEPTICISM New York, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Alleged Cancer Cures ? *» ? American Sufferers Warned SOCIETY'S SCEPTICISM I Xew York. March 1. A warning to American cancer suf fer, rs nor he carried away, by the cura tive claims oi' Sydney's John IJraund is given by the 'New York World Tele gram*' to-day. 'Not a few Xt-w Yorker'? may be following with eager hope tlie experi- j ences of two Vancouver mot here, ! recently flown to Sydney for cancer treatment with a secret formula applied by a seventy-six-year-old man, who is nut even a physician,' tlui newspaper says in an editorial. 'If the Aus tralian practitioner has a cure ho should be compelled. #\vith proper recompense, to reveal it for world ? beneiit. It' he has no cure the fact should Ik* completely exposed. In tlie opinion of the Anu'i-R-an Camer Society he has no cure. As part of its public service the Society is ready to inform any a[-p?;-':iur -»f the facts it has gath ered 'Mi this case or any other un an'eptfd cure. Such service can save money and irrief for e:m«or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

SolvoKs rich lather goc^ down deep . . . SolvolV thick, quick lather cleans whisks away the dirt four times faster thoroughly . + . ri*l* your hands of all than ordinary soaps ever ran. Always work-a-day stains. Its gentle action keep Solvol handy . . . he-t in the hath- keeps hands smooth . . * will not harm room where the whole family can use it. the skin. Always keep Solvol in your ^m^^^B^^^^^^^S&Etk C ''' *? ?-'?'?''?' -': Y' -^^£5' - ^v. I \ ^^^^HfeS&^&^Bi^HgB&H&w Rheymatism ties him to the homestead Agonising rheumatic pain can cripple you. Act now to rid your system of poisonous waste matter that seeps into the bloodstream, causes needle sharp uric acid crystals to lodge in muscles end joints. Kruschen Salts taken regularly flushes out the system, keeps it free from the waste matter that causes rheumatism, lumbago, stiff joints. Kruschen helps you meet daily tasks with energy, enthusiasm. HOW KRUSCHEN WORKS Clinical tests have proven ih...

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Wheat Boat Ablaze FLAMES UNDER CONTROL Sister Ship to the Rescue ENGINE ROOM GUTTED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Wheat Boat Ablaze FLAMES UNDER CONTROL Sister Ship to the Rescue ENGINE ROOM GUTTED i'i nil, This Aftvniooii. ; The iiiv mi 'he Ai!it-ric;:n ship, t - cil j 11. Si'ili-i-s, !;as !«t-!i !)i--»:;^!u undi'r , -' iitV'-l. A i:it*-sagu froiji tiie ship 1ms I cane; !h-d the S.(--*. call. The iirst liii .-sai-'i- rct-t'ivt'fl on Sunday night, when the ship was I.Vjsj miles north west oi Fmuamlc, indicated that her i:«.'iiiii.n v..;.*i criiical and that she was b«'Ii!g aiianiion-.'d. Her S.O.S. was be ing. :-ns\vsTi-d !iy ili.j liner, Atlantis, i ii:.-.'. iti'.p.'lcy, iind the s.s. John Gorrie, I our.' d \,y the ,-;ii]it? company as the Cecil (J. Sellers. j The Deputy Director of Xaviagtion j (Captain A. X. ]-otili--n) received ad- | vice early to-day that the Atlantis was ;irocei'dinir.oii her v--yage to Bombay. ri ht.1 Api-!ecross radio intercepted a me.-.sage diirct: from tlie Cecil G. Sel lers advising that the lire was under control, but that the engine room was gutted. The John Gorrie...

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CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES Members -^participating in .the club J championship are aOVtsed^that all matches must be completed- l*y Timrs- | day of next wwk, on which dffy Jhh j respective section winners will be rt«»t/r: ! mined and arrangements inside for the ' finalisation of this tournament. I

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Northern District Association MATCH AT WONTHELLA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Northern District Association MATCH AT WONTHELLA Teams representing Wonihelln and Xarngulu played another fixture of the Northern District Cricket Association ?it Wotithella on Sunday last, the match /esuliing in victory for the visitors with a margin of only seven runs. The iicuie team had first use of the wicket and compiled 1-(7 runs, to which rhe chief contributors were L. Heid (2!-), H. Starling (2it). K. Marsdeu (1(5) and T. O'Maliey (10). the bowling honors being shared by J. Giles and S. McCou- I key. The response of Xaniiiulu was 114 runs, and no less than three mem bers iif the team were run out. One of these was K. P.one with the top score of 34 runs, but the game was' won iu ;: last wicket partnership in which J. Perejuan was responsible for 2.~» runs. Five trundlers wvre given a turn with the ball for Wotithella, and the best was L. Heid with three wickets for 2S runs. The details of the game were a* follows: — \V( NTHKLLA First Innings D. Dmn.ii. b MdVinkey ...... I L....

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ROVERS DEFEAT RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

ROVKUS DKI-HIAT KAll^VAYS Hovers defeated Hailways by ,-i:i innings and 01 runs when the premier ship games between the teams was con cluded at yueeu's Park on Sunday last.' At stumps the previous week Hailways had only 2'- runs on th^ board for th-.« loss of six wickets in reply to their adversaries' first innings total ot 234. Continuing their innings yester- ' lay Hailways were dismissed :-iv 4!* ? ,uns. H. Major with 13 runs being the j .inly barsman u- ri*.-tcli double figures, j K. W. Dunn and C. Harling shared the j bowling between them, the former ? tinishiug with six wickets for 1-» runs | and Hnrling taking four for 30. Hail- : .vays did l»etter in the seconil innings, but despite a pleasing start the 'tail' ; failed to wag ami the -ide was out for 124. P. Haydock was the nmst impres- j -ive ,,(' j|i-- li.-iismi'ii and his 4S runs! ?.?onstituteil a bright display of stroke- I Miakin^. W. Jupp gave a daring exhibi- j tion of iiiarathon birring, his 33 runs j including seven...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

MISCELLANEOUS | JL FEW of the amazing deodorisers for refrigerators and ice boxes are stiil obtainable at Young Motors i'ty. ' Ltd., Geraldtou. * | ^VOID THEFT I Locking Handles ! witli Keys, suitable for doore and ' luggage boots Available from *.e ; Parts Department of Young Motors ; Pty. Ltd., Geraldton. ! - ? ? j gATTERIES ! Car and Truck Types [ — The new 'Vesta' with 20 per : ceut. extra capacity,' new exclusive j hydrox plates and 27 and 24 mouths' guarantee. Immediate delivery of all ; sizes from Young Motors Pty. Ltd., J Geraldton. - | gNGLISH Crepe Paper! Over forty different colors in Crepe Paper at lOd. pel* packet. Now obtainable from Geraldton Newspapers Limited, Ger aldton. JfOR SALE — Prime Cockerels :» live or ! dressed weight. Apply to Keep, ; Moony oonooka . |-OR SALE— Gents Bicycle, in good condition ; two new tyres and tubes ; price. £--. Inspect same at 143 Fitz gerald Srreet. P-}R SALE— Mangle, good order; also large Copper and Preserving j Pan. Replies by let...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD Perth to Geraldton (Saturday)— Messrs. P. Maidment, J. Cox, V. Bert ram, D. Thomas, J. Smith, R. Johns, W. Rosenthal, P. Bryant, W. Harris, R. Bowran, A. Perry. W. Lucas. C. J. Rowlands, G. Jackson, N. McKenzie, E.   Oakley, Evans, A. Rowlands, Mesdames A. J. Qualfe, O. Cox, V. Bertram. W. Rosenthal, L. James, D. Thomas, M. Reynolds, D. Vandyk, P. Bryant, W. Harris, W. Lucas, Evans, Misses Cur lew, W. McSwain, D. McSwain. and M. Atkinson. Geraldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. D. K. Fordham, T. Prior, E. R. Morgan, H. Breakell, R. Blyth, A. D. Bock, M. Nicolatkis, J. Collins, T. Mar getic, R. Gill, K. Rutland, Quarter maine, McGilp, Lambert, Nash, Lutz, F. A. Sharpless., Mesdames D. K. Ford ham, M. K. Morgan, A. D. Bock, L. Harris, J. Collins, M. Harvey, Duffy, O'Brien, Bryne, Rojo, Howard, Lutz, Nash, Saggers, F. A. Sharpless, Misses J. Bradford and J. Sharpless. Perth to Geraldton (Monday) — Messrs. H. Worra...

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Yalgoo Road Board Monthly Meeting A BRIEF AGENDA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

Yalgoo Road Board Monthly Meeting A BRIEF AGENDA : The monthly meeting of the Vaigci Hoad Hoard was heJd on the l-ftlr-ult.. there being present Messrs. D. K. ' P.road, H. C. P.road. A. C. Clinch. P. H. Maxwell. T. A. P.oddin-ton. C. K. ] MUdielt and rhe secretary (Mr. J. J. - O'Connor). An apology for noiiattend ; a nee was received from the chairman (Mr. J. L. Xevill). in whose absence the vice-chairman (.Mr.* D. !?]. It road I ! t»resi-led over the meet ing. CorrcspoiideiK-e j Vv-mi ljoad Ftoard Assftciatiou. for i waidiug minutes of a confereme [between represent ajives of the Associa tion and the Main Road* Department in I regard to a proposal for the establish ment of plant pools. As the Hoard had previously expressed disapproval of this proposal no action was taken. From Liquid Fuel Control Hoard, for i warding circular letter in regard to the i I conservation of liquid fuel and also j instructions for the guidance* of the j : local committee dealing with this mat- j ! ter. -...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 2 March 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS Perth to Geraldton (Sunday) — Mr. S. J. Davey. Geraldtou to Perth (Sunday) — Messrs. J. Rolland, D. McVea, J. McNab, V. Merindino, Mesdames B. Hutton, F. McQualter, Misses B. Castle and N. Morrow. Geraldton to Carnarvon (Sunday) — Mr. B. Thomas. Perth to Geraldton (Monday) — Messrs. R. A. Morgan, B. C. Manuel, L. Bedford, Mesdames B. Manuel, G. Sykes and Miss G. Brenuan. Geraldtou to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. G. M. Glaskin, R. Hill, W. J. Kendrick, R. G. Royce, W. E. Cream, F. Johnson, F. J. Horwood, Hariuan, V. Read, Haruian, Chapman, Groves, Mathevvs, Conuoughton, A. B. Smith, 1\V. K. Reweil, J. Tate, Mesdames R. tJ.lloyee, (I. West, W. E. Cream, W. K. Iteweir, Misses R. Moyle, J. Baker and J. Breakell. Geraldton to Carnarvon (Tuesday) — Miss I). Fane. Geraldton to Port Hedhmd (Tues day)— Mr. L. H. Prunster.

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