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WADDY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

WADDY. S. Eolland, b Brown ? l T. Morecombe, b Robertson ? 52 P. Morecombe, b lies ? 11 McMullen, b lies ? 2 1 Jones, b Brown ? 4 j G. Greenwood, b Fitzgerald ? 13 i H. Greenwood, b Perry ? 9 S Harley, run out ? 0 ' G. Folland, c Bierman, b, Brown . . 4 Lampard, c Fitzgerald, b Robertson 3 j Sundries ? 8 \ ? 1 lOSj CABNAMAH. Fitzgerald, Folland, b Morecombe 0 » Rocchi, c Hunt, S. Folland ? 9 J Robertson, b T. Morecombe ? 7 Squires, b T. Morecombe .'. ? 14 Brown, c Greenwood, b Morecombe 15 lies, b P. Morecombe ? '. ? 32 Clarke, c and b T. Morecombe .. 27 Graham, b S. Folland ? 27 1 Bandy, not out ? 2 ! Perry, not out ? 2 Total, for 8 wkts, 115 Bowling. CARNAMAH— Graham, 3 for 12; Robertson, 2 for 19; Fitzgerald, 1 for 22; lies, 2 for 19; Perry, 1 for 8. WADDY— T. Morecombe, 5 for 48; P. Morecombe, 1 for 5; S. Folland, 2 for 3L

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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ASTRONOMICAL SUNRISE AND SET. JANUARY FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

ASTRONOMICAL ? * SUNRISE AND SET. JANUARY FIGURES Following are the hours of ftmriss and sunset based on figures kindly supplied by the Government Astrono mer (Mr. H. B. Curie wis) for the longi tude and latitude of Geraldton for the remaining portion of January: — 17 5.3S 7.25 25 5.45 7.23 18 5.39 7.25 26 5.46 7.22 19 5.40 7.25 27 5.47 7.22 W 20 5.41 7.25 28 5.48 7?-g^- 21 5.42 7.24 'J» 5.49 -7.21 22 5.43 7.24 30 5.50 7.21 23 5.44 7.24 J 31 5.51 7.2G 24 5.44 7.23

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

PHASES OF THE MOON. L«*t Quarter; ''? ? ALo.on, January li; First Quarti.. ranuary 18; 'EoU. Moon, January 25.

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MURCHISON GOLDFIELDS RACING CLUB ANOTHER MEETING ARRANGED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MURCHISON GOLDFIELDS RACING CLUB ANOTHER MEETING ARRANGED A committee meeting of the above named tlub was held at Tatter. all's Hotel, Cue, on Saturday morning. The chairman of the club, Mr. C. Beaton, presided. The secretary of the W.A.T.C. wrote pointing out that under Rules 89 and 90 ! all fines must be paid to the W.A.T.C Disabled Jockey Fund. The Next Meeting It was decided that the W.A.T.C. be written to asking permission to hold their next meeting on Easter Monday (April- 1), and. that a programme of six events totalling £140 prize money be drawn up and submitted at a meeting I of committee and members .on Saturday, January 26. Late Scratchings. Several committee men fpoke of the laxity of owners in observing the regu lation in regard to scratching horses. \ It was resolved that on no account would a horse be allowed to be with drawn unless notification was in the hands of the secretary half an hour previous to the time for starting the race. Special Trophies. Mr. J. G. Peken...

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TIBET'S ISOLATION HOSTILITY TO FOREIGN IDEAS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

TIBET'S ISOLATION 1 HOSTILITY TO FOREIGN IDEAS iThe last automobile was pushed off the r,oad to Lhasa a year ago, we arc ; told, and 'only the electric light re mains on the Potala to indicate that there was a time when Tibet desired to progress on the lines of the West.' Tibet is determined to 'return to tiio seclusion in which she was buried for age.-)' — so determined, in fact, that :she again seeks to keep out foreigners. As we read, ' ' nothing will induce the Dalai Lama to permit a fourth Everest ox ?pi'dition, whether conducted by Britisi. or any other white men, and a general order has been issued forbidding the entry into the country .of exploring and other parties. ' A recent expedition led by Professor K. Roerich, of Kc^ York, met with harsh treatment. Ac cording to the Calcutta 'Statesman' — 'his party was stopped by soldiers and practically kept as prisoners for n\-fc months in. conditions that caused tho death of five followers and a large number of animals.' AH this h...

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GERALDTON RACES THE HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

GERALDTON RACES ? : ? * ? 1 THE HANDICAPS \ The following handicaps were declar- i cd yesterday for the Victoria District ] Turf Club's races, to be held on Satur- , day, January 26, and Mondav, Janu ary 28: — ! January 26. HACK EACE. Five furlongs. Star llisty 9.3, Sock Lily (late Poor Softy) 8.3, Gaiety Star 8.0, Cicquo 8.0, Yarragadec . 8.0, Tyford 8.0, Koonlike 8.0, Miss Viv 7.12, Windy Day 7.12, Confusion 7.7. BOOGABDIE HANDICAP Six furlongs. Cap 11.0, Eegalion 10.7, Poondarra 9.-5, Prince Rhubarb 8.12, Narkadar 8.9, Terrassier 8.2, Prince Bard 8.1, Casso wary 8.0, Green Hills 8.0, Greenville 7.10, Clan Chattau 7.10, Pretty Beryl 7.9, Wariangle 7.9, Inyalia 7.7, Spark ling Blue 7.5. WOODBINE HANDICAP One mile. Cap 11.0. Regalian 10.7, Poondarra 9.5, Wealth 9.1, Woodskin 9.0, Wokar ina 8.13, Prince Rhubarb 8.11. Darenth S.5, Best Fleece 7.13, Green Hills 7.13, Harpory 7.12, Greenville 7.10, Chel banoo 7.9. Pretty Beryl 7.7, Little Pot er, 7.7. Red Mountain 7.7, Eradu 7.7, Tyford...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

IN COLD STORAGE. ? ♦ ? THE SECRET OF SUCCESS LIES IN GETTING JUST THE RIGHT DEGREE OP FROST. Everyone knows that half the na tion's food is kept in cold storage. Meat, butter, eggs, and all sorts of pro i-ior.s are sent from the ends of the tarih in the refrigerator chambers of gr.at cargo steamers. C n the other hand, there are but few who have any idea what a tick ;i h business it is, and how very -arefully the temperature must be r g.lated for different classes of £O*J-~S. Ta c butter, for example. At one ti.ie a leaiperature of 32 degrees — that is just freezing point — was con sii^Tfd' exactly right for butter. V.ars ago, some tons of butter were s'ored in a refrigerating chamber at this temperature ; then one day the man in charge made some blunder, a-d down went the temperature, 20 d.grces lower than usual, with the r sJlt that the butter ^was frozen solid cs a rock. Cf course, there was a fearful row, and tue unfortunate* blunderer was goiDg to get the sack, when it occur re...

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GOLDEN GIRDLE FOR EARTH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

GOLDEN GIRDLE FOR EARTH — — ^ If gold were as common as copper , tin, or even silver, it would be of great use commercially, for it pos sesses amazing properties in compari son with other metals. It is extraordinarily ductile. Iron cannot be drawn into very thin wire because, when a certain smallness is reached, it is so fragile that it is un workable. Copper wire can be made very little thicker than a human nair but gold surpasses this easily. A single grain of gold can be drawn in to a wire 500ft. in length ; an ounce would ma^e forty-eight miles, whilst SOOoz. would be sufficient to make a fine girdle for the earth \ Gold can be beaten out into sheets of wonderful thinness. One grain will make a sheet of gold leaf measuring 7in. by 8in., with a thickness of about l-350,000th of an inch. A pile of a million of these sheets would be no higher than an ordinary tea cup. The latest wonder of gold working was achieved a few months ago, when gold sheets were made so thin that they were ...

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MONKEY AS NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MONKEY AS NURSE. -? ? m ? | A pathetic story of a monkey's at tempt to save the life of a dying friend is told by Mr. George Jenni EO?, one of the proprietors of the ? Zoological Gardens in Manchester. . The dying monkey was one of the . latest comers' to the gardens. Uc was ill when he arrived', and whr.n \ another monkey, called Cherry, savr that the new arrival was not well, he hovered around looking for all tho world as though he were suffering a mother's anxiety ! At last he found what he bad been looking for, some loose cement. Tear ing four pieces from the wall, each abo't the size of the palm of ons's Land, he placed them carefully on op of each other. Then 'he began ano'.her search. This time it was for all the watercress in the cage he could lay hold of. This was not en ough for his purpose, so he added :or.e straw. This mixture of watercress and i raw he arranged with the greatest of care on top of the pieces of en- nt. He had made a soft pillow f the little pile. His nex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

0 Good health brings yl Q wonderful opportuni ga a ties to the fit. To the /§? u unfit, tht pleasures and / ifa ?'°^s °f ^e arc 'ost @ ST 0 In your daily tasks and ''—-'I-'7 / pleasures the energy ^ to do it well, and to 0 keep on doing it, is the a secret of success. 10 drops of Fisher's Great Nerve Tonic taken rejruteriy r.j- when the need arises, wi-i keep you at your best in work or play. So'u by all G'ifsmff sr,d S^rekcepcn. *./3 p«r bo.rlc. Tour limca the qaaiuicy. ' - Fisher's khAi NtRvt lOfilC Homotopstlyk ard Central Chemists C Town Hall Phannary, 554 George St.. - j1 Opp. Town Kali. SYDNEY j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

AHEUMAT1SM j ? o ? Will you take this Sound Advice? ! If yon are run-down, feeling worn out, haling work and with no zest fcr pleasure, if you find your back aching complexion spotty or callow, if you are , having bad nights, twisting about with pain, it is practically certain that kidney trouble is poisoning your system. ! ^ Yon may call your trouble Rhenma , twin, Lumbago, Sciatica, bat it is none I the less certain that the kidneys are at [ the seat of your ili-healtli. Will you i take this , practical advice recommended ! by thousands of one-time sufferers the ! world over and commence a course with .this simple straightforward remedy. De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills have been declared to be 'the ideul remedy' for all rheumatic conditions. i Why forego the pleasures of life? Why continue in constant nerve-destroying pain when health so surely and easily awaits you ? If you are troubled with Kidney Disorder Rheumatism Chronic Backache Lumbago Impure Blood Sciatica Urinary Trou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

Printed andJjfibli.- Led forW5eAuftn. _j [ ip^-rerraee/ Geraldton, W&sbexa. An- -

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK* ' ? ♦ ? . ? THE PJBOGBAMBOS The programme for Geraldton Week commencing on Saturday, January 3^ i.H as follows: — Saturday, January 26 (unofficial) — Morn in;,r. — Conf inuation of Bovditig Tournament; Beach Attractions for kiddies. Afternoon. — First day of Victoria District Turf Ciub'a Annual Cup meet ing. Evening. — Kit Burnic v. Lcs. BowteH for the Hcavvu-eigkt Championship of W.A. Sunday, January 27 (unofficial) — Morning and Afternoon. — Beach At tractions; Itowing, Yachting and Swim ming Races. = ' ' Afternoon. — Beach Attractionsi Haw ing, Yachtjng and Swimming races.'' Evening — Open-air Concert on isf v,.. Esplanade. - ' , : Monday, January 28 (Official Opening' Day)— Morning. — Continuation oT Bowling Tournament; Opening of Open Tennis Tournament, including Victoria District Championships; rowing regatta; yacht ing races; swimming carnival;' child ren 's beach sports. The Mayor will declare 'Week' open at Tennis Tour nament and Swimming CarnivaL Afternoon....

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MAIL TIME TABLE POST EARLY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MAIL TIME TABLE POST EARLY Mails close at Geraldton .Post Office for the undermentioned placet, as fol- ' low: — Perth 2iivl Midland lanes. Perth, Freniantle aud intermediate ' places, via Midland. — Mondays and Thursdays, 4 a.m.; Tr.esday and Fa. days, 5 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.; Thursdays, 4 a.m. Perth, via Wongau Hills, Mondays, 5 a.in. Gue Ions. Cue and intermediate places — Mon- days and Thursdays, 8 a.m. Cup, Meckathana and intermediate places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, 9.39 a-isi. Yalgoo and intermediate places. — Wednesday and .Saturday, '8 ajn. Mullewa, Yalgoo and Wongan lane. — Thursdays, 8 a.m. Northampton lone. . Northampton and intermediate plac es. — Mondays and Thursdays, 9 ajn. Northampton, Ajana and intenned- ^- ' iate places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, ID 9*

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AERIAL MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

AERIA1 MAILS. The ordinary mail leaves Geraldton for Carnarvon, northwards, Satuidays, 8 a.m. and returns Thursdays, 10.39 a.m. Southward to Perth closes TJuna days, 8 a.m.

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BOADSIDE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

BOADSIDE MATT.S, Karratarra and Chapman, Fridays, 9 p.m. (leaves Geraldton Saturday, 750 a.ni.; returning Sunday, 5 p.m.). Geraldton-WheUarra, — leaves Geiald ton, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 sjb. Returns Wednesdays, 4.45 p.nu, Satur days, 7.15 p.m. Geraldton-Karratarra. — Leaves Ger aldton, Friday, 9 a.m. Geraldton-Bluff Point. — Leaves Ger aldton, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, 9 a.m.; Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. fieturns, Mon days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sat urdays, 10 a.m.; Tuesdaye-and Fridays 12 noon.

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MURCHISON WETHERS FOR COOROW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MURCHISON WETHERS FOR COOROW On the 10th inst. a very nice lot of store wethers were despatched from Day Dawn trucking yards by Mr.. P. Mor- rissey, their destination being Coorow. : Police-constable Giggins, of Wickford Essex, won the prize in a local beauty     competition for men.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

Genuine New Year Bargains | P.O. BOX 57 ^\ T ilC'lAT'^ I I Q TELEPHONE 31. v | ? . ? : , m LADIES AND MEN'S DRAPERY |f Voile DRESS LENGTHS^ worth 12/6 Ladies' Fancy APRONS in large 'Men s BLAZERS, with assort©! H- to elear at 7/11 the dress length. I sizes at 3/11 each. braid facings at '25/- each- .. ^ Smart Patterns in Art Silk DRESS Maids' Fancy Aprons to clear at Men's Sports SHIRTS at 7/6 aafl. : J| LENGTHS; usually 25/-; to clear at 2/11 each. 10/6 each. _- S to 21/- the dress length. Finest quality HOISEEY, GLOVES M«n-c pw-»nn SHIRTS, nith* collar ----- Silk Voile MESS LENGTHS in and UNDERWEAR at standard prices. toM^tc\^co B^d, all £*^ «* ? rS^^diSr1 ? MEN'S AND BOYS' DRAPERY S/6 and\& each. ^ V ~% Good quality Cream FUJI SILK at! Men's Fancy SOCKS in smart pal- g 2/6 yard. I Good value in- Men's Fawn and Grey terns at 4/6 pair. ?'?'-?5-_.3 Plain and Fancy Fuji SILK in new- Flannel TROUSERS, all sizes at 16/ti Boys' BLAZERS with assorted col- %=g est colours and smar...

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MOTION PICTURES NEW ERA OF PROGRESS STRIVING FOR SOMETHING BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

MOTION PICTURES NEW ERA OF PROGRESS STRIVING FOR SOMBtEEUOi , BETTER. During recent years tliratngBcre '_ hnvc witnessed the partial eclipse, of the, spoken drama by the silent drama «f the screen. Who in the days vrkcn Bland Holt used to present plays vfaica seefluid to u.; to reach the very limit of sensationalism would - have bcticsied that pantomimic, action, displayed in -~ photographic form on a wfaitc khui, mould thrill audiences as no stajge aador ~ Jrama could ever do} What would our ancestors say w*e used to Become convulsed wiili. tangfcter ^ ' when Grimaldi pantoniined in person at Drury Lane if they could return to - see the shadowy form of Cbatics Gba&- i lin performing similar antics «» a sheet* 1. ' ' Every era brings in the way of enter- ''.- tainm'cnt that which is demanded fcyi the outlook and taste of the people of the day. When the 'movies' weue' * first introduced we could sit in. a ban, - : : ? ? marvel and be amused. . Tfaen as tiie : ' crudenesa of t...

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IN THE FASHION COUNTRY PEOPLE'S GOOD TASTE OUT-DOING THE CITY FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 18 January 1929

m THE FASHION COUNTRY PEOPLE'S GOOD TASTE OUT-BOING THE 0£TY FOLK Some silly city folk. arc apt to des pise the people in the country, says. .the .Sydney correspondent of the Mel bourne 'Age.' The Whoop Whoops, .the Bushwhackers and the Batkurst Burrs have been considered people be yond the pale of fashionable things. But it lias just been announced, to the astonishment of city folk, that when it comes to fashionable clothing and the best prices for everything the people or Sydney are niere dowdies compar eu -with fli e way -backs. Just now the Industrial Court is con sidering the rui-,,1 wage, and, judging by tiie evidence, the farmer's boy is no longer a hobbledehoy ^n corduroy, i'ut a^.Jieau Briuuinel, who can show city youth Iiov to dress. Among the reasons given :.!or a higher wage is the fact that the man iu the country has to dress well, ile lias to keep pace with the i'asliions, for, to use the words of the witnesses, lie must look respect able. To do this country folk think...

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