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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
PERSONAL. Mr. J. S. D 'Alton off Meekatharra is spending a holiday in Geraldton. * . ? * Mr. J. V. W. Mathers returned to Cue on Wednesday after a brief ' holi day at Perth It is announced that the marriage or Miss Nellie Wearne, Geraldton, and Mr. Nathan Rumble, Tenindewa, will take place at Geraldton S.C. Cathedral, on January 29. - ? ? ? ? Mrs. Amy S. H. Brown arrived by this morning's train, to spend a few weeks amongst her old friends, prior to return ing to Adelaide. She is staying at the Club HoteL ? ' . ? ' ? .'.*??? *- Mr. Dnrant, of the Mullewa^Sallway yards, who some months ago had 'the misfortune to injure . his leg during shunting operations, has had ia go to Perth for farther treatment. Mr. Robert Reitze, jun., arrived at' Cue last Sunday, having motored up with Mr. G. A. Wright. He leaves for ?Perth with Mr. and Mrs. Reitze, who are proceeding to the city on Saturday on a three weeks holiday. ' :o m ?? a ' ? ? , Mr. S. Kcrr, who has been, relieving station master at M...
"BROOKLYN'S" SELECTIONS Jerth, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
'BROOKLYN'S''^* SELECTIONS Jerth, January 18. 'Brooklyn's' selections for tomor row's races are as follows: — Breeders' Plate. — Halocin 1^ Moin ette 2, Crystal Stream 3. Maiden Plate. — Carvine 1, Banknote 2, Say Go 3. Midland Plate.— Chilabong 1, Prince Nassau 2, Quanza 3. Blackboy Handicap.^Lackland 1, Baverpix 2, Raymond Terrace 3. Midland Purse. — Cactus 1, Crown Top 2, Autumn Day 3. Farewell Welter. — Curious I, Wolver ton 2, Eudamatch 3.
V.A.T.C. RACES MELBOURNE "ARGUS" SELECTIONS Melbourne, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
V.A.T.C. RACES 1 i. MELBOUBNE 'ABCKTS' SELEC TIONS . Melbourne, January' 18. The following are the 'Argu^,' sel ections for the V.A.T.C. meeting' to morrow: — Hawthorn Hurdles. — Not Infallible 1,' Pixie Lad 2, Wallace Armstrong 3. Holiday Stakes.— Lady Seaborn 1, Touissant 2, Hard 'Steel 3. Anniversary Handicap. — Keen Mart 1, Maxom 2, Finsbury 3. - -fiowena Welter. — Impartial 1, Arctic Fox 2, Koakoribb 3. ; TriaL— Palpy 1, Cocldaw 2, Bed Dev-. U 3. Torronga Handicap. — Attraction L, Phonic -2, Manette 3.
HELENA VALE RACES ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY Perth, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
HELENA VALE RACES ACCEPTANCES FOB SATURDAY Perth, January 17. The following are the acceptances for the races at Helena Vale on Saturday: — BREEDERS' PLATE For horses bred in- Western Australia Seven furlongs Threse 9.2, Crystal Stream 8.9, Sir Gravity 8.8, Zora Cross 8.5, Gloaman 8.4, Halocin 8.0, Aye Green 7.13, Son of Codilla 7.11, Moinctte 7.11, Ayr Way 7.5, Merry Beggar 7.2, Billeranga 6.12,' Royal Polly 6.12, Poletac 6.10, Silver Wa_y, Isle of Gold, Miss Acclivity 6.7. MAIDEN PLATE Seven furlongs Dennis Queen 8.9, Theine 8.0, Wai mones 7.12, Bank Note 7.12, Bad One .7.7, Carvene 7.7, Marius 7.7, Bizet 7.5, Whaleman 7.5, Curara 7.5, Cost Coin, Chilly Boy, Say Go, Lord Machree, Lady Sue, 7.0. MIDLAND PLATE Six furlongs Quanza 8.13, Curious 8.2, Chilabong1 8.1, Panjay 7.8, Prince Nassau 7.7, Gol-i den Mile 7.5, Zora Cross 7.2, Idun, Noo lugoo, Brownface, 7.0. BLACKBOY HANDICAP One mile and a quarter and 100 yards Station 9.0, Lanatus 8.9, Baymona Terraee 8.9, Cactus 8.8, Baverpix...
THE GENERAL'S INCOME INACCURATE STATEMENTS Perth, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
THE GENERAL'S INCOME DTACCUBATE STATEMENTS Perth, January 18. 'The High Council affair has led to a lot of Tumbling and erroneous state ments concerning the finances of the Salvation Army, and of the salary said to be drawn by. General -.BraniM-ell Booth,' a local Army officer said yes terday. ' ' Wrong impressions are form ed as a result.' General Brainwell Booth, it was learn ed, like his predecessor in office, Gen eral William Booth, did not draw a 'sal ary from Army funds. None of his ex tensive tours has cost the Salvation Army a penny above incidental expen ses. The general is provided for from a fund contributed from outside sources. He is independent. The fund origin ated many years ago when General Wil liam Booth was1 in power. Several wealthy gentlemen .in England subscrib ed and grants were made from other ter ritories. Australia was a subscriber 4ike other countries. The fund still operates and meet requirements. The, local official said that much of the criticism of Sal...
A BIG HOAX PLOT TO ASSIST BOOTH London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
A BIG HOAX PLOT TO ASSIST BOOTH London, January 17. A feature of to-day's negotiations re warding General Booth was the disclo sure of a plot to obtain support for the general by the unauthorised use of the name of Commissioner Higgins who has satisfied the Council that he was not associated with it The plot took the form of an anony mous telegram, widely sent out urging that the general be 'given time to re cover, Commissioner Higgins carrying on in the meantime. The Council, in view of floods of re plies received, many of them favorable, oflieially made a statement denying the authenticity of the telegram. Suspicions that it was a hoax were aroused by a New Zealand cablegram making inquiries. Seven other cables of reply followed, a surcharge for extra words being demanded thereon, and the Council determined to clear up . the whole business. The Council, during its deliberations, was faced with numerous legal difficul ties and also the vigorous opposition of the Booth faniilv. The ...
YACHTING THE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST HEAT ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
YACHTING THE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST HEAT ON SUNDAY. The most important event to date on the current programme cf the Gerald ton Yacht Club will be conducted on Sunday afternoon, when the first heat of the Club championship will be sailed. Pnints -will Ke allotted in caeh of the three trials as follows: — First boat 7, second 5, third 3, fourth 1, and when the remaining two tests are finalised the boat with the highest aggregate will be declared champion. All the boats will be despatched to a flying start, and a handicap race will be held in conjunction with the cham pionship, the times being adjusted on completion of the race. The entries, together with details of designs carried by competitors are as follows: — Bitza, black swastika; Co-Be, black .sircie Gaiety, red letter 'G' in blue dia mond; lone, red Maltese cross; Quest, black letter 'Q'; Eowena, black tri angle, and Salome, blue star. For the handicap race the following allowances have been made for light, moderate, fresh an...
A.J.C. MEETING SELECTIONS FOR TO-MORROW Sydney, January 18 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
AJC. MEETING SELECTIONS FOB TO-MOBSOW Sydney, January 18 The following are the selections for the AJ.C. meeting to-niorrow:— Hurdle— King Elycan 1, Telamo 2, Castles 3. Three Year Old. — Gesto l,*joquacious 2, Marcia 3. Nursery Handicap. — Retrospect 1, Accepted 2, Vercoola 3. Challenge Stakes. — Margarethal 1, Wiolian 2, Whitta 3. ' January Handicap. — Lcadlight 1, Tressilian 2, Miss Australia 3. Welter: — Pasadawn L, Bollinger 2, Bravado 3.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Half a saltspoonful of carbonate of soda added to milk when the latter is being heated prevents it curdling in summer. For cleaning pearl-handled knives use very fine salt, and polish with a chamois leather. Butter can be measured without scales if a dessertspoonful is reckon ed as one ounce. Eread dries quickly if exposed to the air in hot weather. It should be wrapped in a damp cloth and kept in the dark. In hot weather butter is best laid on a brick in a pan of cold water. It should be covered with a fiovrer ? pot, over which a damp muslin is placed. „' After the spring-cleaning is finish ed, the housewife usually replaces many articles. All now glass articles even lamp-glasses and tumblers, should be placed in a vessel of cold water and brought very gradually to the boil then drained and thoroughly dried. New casseroles will have double the life if they are treated in the same way.' To remove grass stains from linen or muslin dresses, rub t.hs spots thoroughly w...
HOW TO GET A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
HOW TO GET A HOUSE. ? ?* ? i Look into almost any pool upon the rocky parts of the beach and you ' will see winkle and -whelk shells scut tling about v/ith amazing activity. None of the little snails that built the shells could move so rapidly. j As a matter of fact, the original buildT has in almost every case been devoured by the present tenant of the hou?e. The cousins of the hermit crab are rroided by Nature with a solid armour plating for their bodies, but 'he possesses a long soft tail which lias no protection, and for this rea Eon he is regarded by most fish as a delicacy. His only hope is to find Eoma unsuspecting whelk, whose shell will do admirably as a protection for his tail. His long claws enable I him to haul out the shellfish, and ' having dined on the late tenant he proceeds to occupy his house, into which he inserts his unprotected tail. If you look at a hermit crab, you will notice that one of his claws is larger than the other. This arrange ment provides him not o...
STEAMER FOUNDERS DISASTER NEAR HONG KONG 400 LIVES LOST. Hong Kong January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
STEAMER FOUNDERS DISASTER NEAR HONG KONG 400 I2VE3 LOST. TTonff Konff January 16. A terrible shipping disaster happened just outside Hong Kong this morning, when the China Merchant's line's steam er Hsinwah, bound from Shanghai for Hong Kong, grounded on Waglan Is land in the early hoars. Captain. Jensen, who is a Jjane, man aged to get off the rocks before going astern, but an hour after the vessel sank in.- deep water, carrying down three hundred passengers and one hundred crew. Only one lifeboat managed to launch, and it immediately capsized in heavy seas. Twenty persons only were pieked up by Chinese fishermen. It is believed that three other foreign officers were aboard, but only one was 4aved, a Russian named Jacobsen. Many women and children were lost Heavy seas are believed to have been and it is believed, many other passen gers included disbanded Chinese sol diers. the reason the vessel was driven on the rocks.. The Hsinwah was a vessex of two thousand tons, and was seven y...
HUGE WATER SCHEME SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S PROVISION 5620 MILES OF MAINS. Adelaide, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
HUGE WATER SCHEME 4 SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S PRO VISION 5620 MILES OF MAINS. Adelaide, January 17. The South Australian general scheme of water reticulation is the largest in Australia, if not the greatest in the world. Mr. M. Mclntosh (Minister of Public Works) said to-day that there are 5,620 miles .of water mains. For the financial year ended June 30 last 271 miles of mains were laid in South Australia, the greater expansion being in connection with the Tod Eiver scheme, where many miles have been laid. The Minister added that the Government is determined to bring water to all farmers passing through a trying time due to the prolonged dry spell.
A MEEKATHARRA PIONEER THE LATE MR. J. F. BUTLER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
A MEEKATHARRA PIONEER THE LATE MR. J. F. BUTLER There passed away in Perth on Wed nesday, January 9, one of the pion eers of Meekatharra, Mr. John P. But tler, of the Ingliston Mine, of which he was originally the owner. When it was 'later floated into a -No-Liability company, he became manager. The late Mr. Butler was born in Ire land 63 years ago, and when a boy emigrated with his parents to Queens land. In 1885 he came to W.A., at tracted by the gold fever, and made for Coolgardie. In 1896 he came to the Murchison, and worked at Peak Hill and the Horseshoe, and in 1902 he found his way to Meekatharra, where he took up the lease of the Ingilston Mine. He always had a great faith in the mine and was connected with it, through good times and bad, up to his death. The last crushing, which was put through just before the close of the last year, was a most successful one, and netted some £500. During the get ting out of this ore, the deceased put untiring energy into the job, with, the...
PORT ADELAIDE RIOTS SUDDEN OUTBREAKS THE PREFERENCE SYSTEM Adelaide, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
PORT ADELAIDE RIOTS SUDDEN OUTBREAKS THE PBEFEBENCE SYSTEM Adelaide. January 17. It is thought, that the wharf riots of Port Adelaide were more in the nature of sudden outbreaks against conditions prevailing man organised attacks. Many waterside workers did not take part in them. Others said that the cause of the trouble was the belief that the employ ers were giving first preference to third, preference volunteers, and ignoring the second preference to waterside workers. It was stated that a man who had K the outer harbonur riot, joined the vol unteers yesterday morning, and was en gaged in driving a winch. Next morn ing threats were freely made against him and indignation was expressed by the watersidcrs that the employers had engaged him as a first-preference man.
COUNTERFEIT ORDERS A MAN ARRESTED TO BE CHARGED AT NORTHAM Perth, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
COUNTERFEIT ORDERS ? ? ?— ^ A MAN ARRESTED TO BE CHAEGED AT NOBTHAM Perth, January 18. Protracted inquiries into the origin of counterfeit cash orders which were circulated in the State during the New Year bank holidays, led to the arrest of Alfred Charles ('Bull') Callanan (?45), salesman, at West Murray last night. He wil be taken to Northani to-day, where he will be charged. Callanan appeared in the City Court this morning before Mr. A. B. Kidson, P.M., and was remanded to Northam. He was charged with having, at Nor tham on December 24, knowingly and fraudulently uttered a document pur porting to be a cash order, drawn on the Minister for Works in- Perth, in fa vor of J. H. Glenn, for £10/16 A, signed 'J. Benson,' and countersigned 'G. S. Gale.' Mr. E. D. Lane objected to the remand and then applied for bail. The application was refused. Evidence of arrest was given by De tective McLernon, who said that with Detective Sergeant Doyle and Sergeant Bake, he saw Callanan at West Murr...
CRICKET A MIDLANDS MATCH COOROW AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929
CRICKET A MIDLANDS MATCH^ COOROW AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. On Sunday last at Carnamah, an exciting game was fought out between teams representing Carnamau and Waddy in the above mentioned associ ation. The winning hit was made only four minutes from stumps, and victory came to Carnamah mainly as the re sult of a great seventh wicket stand by If. Graham and E. Clarke, who, strange to say, each scored 27. Hero ciaUy they defied all efforts to separate them at a critical stage of the game, until the match was practically won. Morecombe was the hero of the other side, seoring 52 runs and taking 5 wic kets for 48.