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BRITAIN'S PROPOSALS Benelux Countries' Support A POINTED PROPOSAL Brussels , March [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

BRITAIN'S PROPOSALS Benelux Countries' Support A POINTED PROPOSAL ? i Brussels, March -!. | The Belgian I'reniier -M. Spaak) ', told the Chamber of Deputies yester- j flay that the Benelux Countries whole Leartedly supported the proposal of the British Foreign Minister (Mr. Uevin) for a five-nation military, cul tural, economic and social pact. ; He -said that Eastern Europe was organised militarily and economically ? ind that Western Kurope was perfectly justified in (|-iin^ I lie same thing. M. Spank added: 'The. democracies will cnly accep: a war that is forced -;ii them and which they usually win.' The IJenelurc countries are IJelgiuui, the Xeih^rlands and Luxemburg.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 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, 1948. ; , URGENT Continued supplies of Bottled Beer are now entirely dependent on the PROMPT return of empty bottles. * ACT NOW! For Collection please ring N B 6998 - L 2697 or write West Australian Glass Manufacturers, 115 St. George's Terrace, Perth Qswell's for Manchester i i | 36-inch White Flannelette, 2/6 per yard \ i (two coupons) \ \\ 36-inch Linen Tea Towelling, 7/10 per yard |; (two coupons) | | Pale Blue Floral Table Cloths (63 x 63) at i . 28/3 each I; Linen Table Cloths (50 x 50) with Colored I ; Borders, 29/3 each ij- Candle wick Curtains in Biscuit and White, I ; 74/6 per pair (eleven coupons) White Candlewick Double Bedspreads with ! ; attractive floral designs, £7/7/9 (fourteen : -:;? coupons) I OswelFs Stores !? FOR SATISFACTORY AND FRIENDLY SERVICE | I P.O. Box 57 ? GERALDTON— ? Telephone 3 1 Any fool can spend money ... to the great amusement ...

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Russian Expansion BRITISH APPREHENSION Debate in House of Lords "HITLERITE" TECHNIQUE London, March [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Russian Expansion ? ? — %^ ? ? ? — BRITISH APPREHENSION Debate in House of Lords 'HITLERITE' TECHNIQUE London, Man.-ii ?'.. Uu.le.ss the present trend c.f Russian p- Iky was reversed there was real dun Ker that the -lreadful tragedy ot V.Ki'.i would he iv-enacted. Stating tins in the House of Lords yesterday the. Leader of the Opposition (Lord Salis bury) said that Hitlers policy had become ai-parent in' Itussian policy. Lord Salisbury was on.- of six, wlio attacked bitterly the Russian over- ; *-*??? v^ ♦? »»i. *.-A.^rv ii« ir»ni v (livid -i.ii*j in* iv» w | policy of atr'fTressiou. ; 'It is no longer a question oi avoid- i jnjr a division of Kurope, htrt of pre- j venting the swallowing of Western 1 Europe by the Kast,' Lord Salisbury said. Lord Vansittart, top liritish diplomat. who bitterly opposed the Altfriif.-h appeasement, said: — 'What Slalin^has j done in Czechoslovakia slxm.s clearly j that he would run the risk of a ', Kurcfieati war as recklessly as Hi ilex if it were n...

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Britain's Railways Stainless Steel Coaches GREAT GAIN IN WEIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Britain's Railways Stainless Steel Coaches GREAT GAIN IN WEIGHT Stainless steel railway coaches now being built in Britain will be added to the .nation's export list if plans now under discussion are approved by die new national Transport Exwutive- The first of the new coaches of this type to go into service was tried out recently on the long run from Kings Cross Sta ticm in I-ondon to Edinburgh. It is a composite vehicle with first and third class compartments and it ran widi unusual smoothness ami less noise. Features of the interior equipment ot . the new (roach include tilting seats, fluorescent lighting. double *'giare resistant' windows and a liignlj' efficient air conditioning system. An outstanding advantage o£ the stainless steel coach, however, is its lightness. It has accommodation for sixteen passengers in its lirst class com partments and for thirty in the tbird class. It weighs tiU ions ~t ewt-, which compares with the 34 tons to 36 tons which is the average weight of ...

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Quality Wethers Sought EWES IN DEMAND [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Quality Wethers Sought EWES IN DEMAND Keener competition from graziers aud the butchering trade, resulted in good quality wethers being 2/- to 3/ «i head dearer at the fat stock.' sales at Midland Junction on Weduesdgy. The rise was most pronounced on right aged wethers, carrying ? good skins, poses. Aged lines, however, were not so keenly sought. Ewes were also in demand and exceeded last week's rates by 2/-. Bidding was strong for lambs mid prices for good qmtlity were iirm to 1/- dearer. The cattle offered were sold, at last Tuesday's quotes. Sheep IHJJJTC yarded): Prices Wethers: Best heavyweight, 4S/- to *i2/- (-nid pens liigher) ; good tuediuni weight, 44/- t-i 47/-: good li^ht\veight, 31»/- lo 42/-: medium, 30/- to '39/-: plain and light, lower. Ewes: Best heavyweight. 32/- to 34/- (odd pens higher) : good inediumweight, 28/- to SO/-: good lightweight, 24/- to 26/-; tnediutu, 18/- to 21/-: plain and light, lower. Lambs ~-ri.S.'-7 yarded): Prices: Best heavyweight. 44/- to 48/...

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Physical Education Experts to Meet in London. BIG DISPLAY PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Physical Education Experts to Meet in London. big dkSlaIf RInned ** ? j Ihysicai education experts n-onr ail j parts of the world have lieen invited by ] ihe Government of the United Kingdom I to attend an International Congress iu j London immediately before the Olympic j Cmues, from July **nth to 3-th next. The Congress will be opened by tins' Minister of Education (Mr. George Tomlinstm), and the administrative j costs will be met by a grant from the : Ministry. Hospitality will l-e provided from a special fujid to which interested organisations and individuals are sub- i scribing. - The aim of the Congress will be to bring to the. notice of the many conn- : tries represented at the Olympic -*;uii«i: the steps being taken in (ireat Britain ' to develoiMihysical education iu schools and colleges, physical recreation among the posl-5?chool population, Unit rtJfli'-i- j iitadoti iii the servi--es uud industry. Invitations have beeii siuViVli omV hundred countries, including all mem b...

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Handling of British Wool An Experiment in Marketing ASSISTING THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Handling of British Wool An Experiment in Marketing ASSISTING THE FARMER November and December have marked the !-eginniug -f a new pha.se. in the marketing of British wool in Knglaud and Wales, and during these mouths public auctions of British wool have been held at six centres in Eng land and Wales. T/iese auctions in no way resemble those held each year at more than sixtv'sheeit fairs or market towns scattered over the country, where some of the English dip was s«.ld. prior to the war. Since li)3l» the Ministry of Agricul ture has lK*en the sole purchaser of suc cessive English wool clips, and this year they have inaugurated public auc tion sales, to l-e conducted on their behalf by the Committee of London Wool Brokers in England and ? Wales and the Committee of Scottish Wont Brokers, in Scotland. The. sales have been conducted on lines similar to those developed iu the London market during rhe past one-and-;trhal f cen turies, thereby ensuring that the wool is sold to users at c...

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DRAW FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

1 DRAW FOR SATURDAY The following draw has '»een made for the finals of the annual tournament of the -*eraldton Tennis Club to be ! played on Saturday next: — j 'J. p.m. — K. Townshend ami Miss ! Brady versus IK Kowe and Mrs. Iven ; drick. final of mixetl doubles chaiup jiouship: !.. Hall and J. Bar-lay (minus iiu» versus (». Fong and J. Tindal jiiiiitius. isi. liiuil of men's han-li-ap ; doubles. ! 3 p.m.— Mrs. .leukin (minus l.':t j vei-sns Miss Stirlius (minus l-l. linal : of women's haiKlicap singles, j 4 p.m. — Mrs. Kendrick versus Mrs. ! Kdmonds, linal of women's champion jship singles: K. Townshem! and K. i-:iass versus t-. I'ong and K. Minchiii. j filial of men's championship doubles:' il». Banks - minus '^J» versus J. Tindal j (minus 1-»i. tiual of men's ii:ui-li-;i;i singles.

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TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament TOWNSHEND BEATS ROWE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament T0WNSHEND BEATS EiOWE ('»V«'Top Spiu'j Strong southerlies cMMtiuytd to detra--i fi'oiu tJie coix-ludiu^ .stages of liie dVraliltmi Tentiis Cluli's aiinnai clianipi«Hisfiips last week-vnd. Never theless, some oiiUjtaudin.^ l»lay was witnessed and with the exception of one in- two matches ihe tournament will he. l- inpleted on Saturday next, : lit the men's --Ituuiiiioushii- singles | Townslietnl and liowe each won their i seini-tinals without lieiiiir unduly ; extended and pr-ive-I rliaf they are | witlumt ifouht stili a eotisideruble dis i a ace in front of the n«'xt players in the Clnli. The final oh rhe Sunday was awaited with keen interest, as in l):ist 1ll:lt~t-ll(J«: f~li»!C«» tilTiT'^i*^ ti.wl uli«i»-n lhems««lves to be. very evenly matched. On this occasion Townsliend won -5 — i. ---!. ati(i the scores would* appear to denote an easy win but this was not the case. The lirst set went with the services until ltowe dropiied his service to trail...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

— t - Rolls for FYfteral Referendum. — Tin; ciectoral anthcrities a«lvise ' that the r-;l!s tu be used at the forthcoming ItiMiis and Prices Referendum will --los** ! on --l»n-)ay. April 12fh. Coiiseyiiem ly. I any qualilw-d \ vrs«»n nor already cov j redly enrolled iji respwr of liis or her present place of livmjr is urjrwl to j ohtain and sulijnit ar i-nce file required ; i'Ux -toral claim f-»r e?irolmenr -»r -»ori-e-- , (ion of enrolment. This reminder is i:M-ticul:n-lv directed to nersons who I have recently attained the a^e of I r\v*iuy--me years and rliose \v!n»se have } I »-liariiH'(i their acMivsses hnr have not J i yet adjusted iheir enrolment. -'orrect I enrolment is compulsory and neirlect to | i'nrol or to notify a dian^e of address ! fo the n-jristrar may result in a. fine j as well as rhe lo-s of the ri;xhi to vole i ar The referendum. s Klectoral claim I c;ir«!s, whi»-h may lie used either for j [ --!.-i iiiiiiiir enrol mem --r for notifying a j -hanjre of address, ar...

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Northern District Racing Meeting at Three Springs HORSES AND HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Northern District Racing I ? i^hki ? ; Meeting at Three Springs HORSES AND HANDICAPS Tll-* fullnwiim V.ci^llTs h:tvi- iMtll ilt'-l;ir---l l'ul- lilt* tiii^-t iliLT lit !??» coli (IikkmI I iy i!u- Si l';nri-U'.s I »ny It;nf «_lii)i at Tlttve Spriii^s --u llie ltfth iusr. : - maiukn hack iia-;k K«nir ftii'loii.^s I.im-1; fris - 10 -- lloyat Cunj** '?- I- Vnp. tiold - 10 O C'.:iy Shock - It TJ .'J'rival - - - m «? -:uy Kawkos U 7 l'niq»»» ... . i-- i) Hilli*1 lirewer !- 7 i'vyiliiiiiT - - W -» Maniiaii.:ui li. 'J .7 Clii'ii.* . ? ? HI «? .MIXCKXKW HACK IJACK I I'irst Iii vision i Six furlonss -'nni»'sr ? 11 -' Sulfnrifl - - M 1) lirc.tk.iway 1»- 2 Commotion - U S Itril. Lady - 1-» -» Siaraloujr - - U 7 Call'iiMMt ? I- 12 «iiny; ? '* ~* .IcWT'l ? 51 12 MLX-;i:xi-:\v hack hack / Se--oiul Hi vision) ' Five furlonjis VAvUi ? 11 -- Oyiaii ? » 7 Wiii'-osy - - K( 7 Attrt Hoy - - U 7 ('nniro - ^ - 1O 0- Van. iiuld - !- 7 -'h«jcio - - - - II 7 Magdalene -.- '?? 7 (Jay Sh««-k - - !- 7 Captor ? !...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

\ BUY YOUR KNITTING WOOLS, WOOLLEN \ I GOODS AND BLANKETS EARLY § ?j ' ? AND BUY THEM AT -, — \ ;:I-iHlC bJllppiJ %**%)? j I Tel. 192 ? — GERALDTON ? Tel. 192 | WOOL! WOOL! foOLji Azalea, Bluebeii Crepe, Totem (2, 3 and 4-pIy)', Beehive j ! Fingering Baby Wools, Briar Sports and Excelsior in any £ ply and all shades; also Daphne Crepe Wool. -^ \ BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! | I; Single and Double Bed Blankets in Cream and Colored at 1947 prices. Baby Wear ! Baby Wear ! Baby Wear ! 28-inch Cream 'Sunglo' for Baby Wear and 28-inch £ 'Viyella' and 'Clydella' in nursery weight at 4/ 1 1 and j .'?.:: ? ':.-: :; 7/i:.yard. j AS USUAL! PUT ELITE SUPPLY FIRST ON I ! YOUR SHOPPING LIST | I'm chief gardener in oar family and Ln-' lf'Jvfr'T'i'ai'^'A Sj- hand en a do quite a nice job, even if 1 do say ? ,. .Wi.fi : 'nfHltK idutrtflli r. 'i'li jut to myself! And, like mast £ardeher'_, ? ' y i: ?jt-\( /?Yv«.-[.-i Cintf.ira lor ;h:a I consider cuts and scratches all ip . ,? Mili Mrt*.*'1 'Mr n...

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Rationing of Petrol POSITION IN AUSTRALIA Review in Specific Cases STOCKS IN THE COUNTRY Canberra, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Rationing of Petrol ♦ ? ; — POSITION IN AUSTRALIA Review in Specific Cases j ? i STOCKS IN THE COUNTRY j Canberra, March 4. i'etrol rationing affecting essential services would be reviewed in specific cases of hardship where proved, the Minister for Supply (Senator Ashley) said yesterday, i He said tbat it was i2up-».s.siule to ' make a general restoration of the rec- j erit 10 per cent, cut 'to juiy sirouji of \ consumers. The total Australian pet rol consumption in recent months was as follows: — November, 33,510,000 gal lons; December, 3r»,3GS,000; January, 33,800,000. The touil seaboard stocks of petrol in Australia at the end of December were 44,933,000 gallons mid at the end of January 39,r-r-9,000 gallons. It was estimated that reserve stocks of petrol in Australia were from 1.1.000,000 to 17,000,000 gallons.

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Cinema for Schools Visual Aids in Education BRITAIN'S OBJECTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Cinema for Schools ? .». ? . VVisuai Aids in Education BRITAIN'S OBJECTIVE An organisation which will enable the use of educational films and other visual aids to be developed on a very large-scale in schools throughout Eng land is to be established by the Minis ter of Education as soon as possible. This action is lieing taksn on the advice of committees * which include repre sentatives of the teachers, local educa tion authorities and the trade Tt' H**lll lift 1— -^^...*« .**. 4-K. .. Y~-^3. ? a-» ? v .»i ???»! »»*T urn j Hii «» me l'juucaiiouill I-Ymidation for Visual Aids and its main function will bs to promote the preparation, distribution, maintenance and use of visual aids as a medium of education. It is expected that nearly every school in the country will eventually be quipped with projectors and other visual apparatus. Educational films: ami much of the other material requir -k1 will be purchased by local education., authorities through this new organisa tion. The Foundati...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? -* ? Darts Competition — At the monthly meeting of the Oeraldton Branch of the Air Force Association held afc Bird wood House last Monday night a start was made with the darts com petition for a silver cup donated by Mr. C. -;. Jones, of (leraldton. This competition, which is raking the form of a singles event, will be continued ;;t general meetings throughout the year and points allotted for attendance in addition to those awarded for skill in the game. £ *t ! Hcjsalcng: Cassidy fcr Matinee. — Those old favorites, Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) aud his two loyal pals, Carlson and Lucky Jenkins, are back riding the range after V long absence I in 'Unexpected Guest,*' which will be screened at the Radio Theatre matinee :-n Saturday next. Short subjects will include Australian Review, 'Swing Gift Cinderella' (cartoon), 'Romance of Celluloid,' 'Package of Jasper' (cartoon), Brevity and another episode of the serial 'Breuda Starr — Reporter.' Diirccr ©n Wheat Beat. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

I! Goldsmith's Hall Rings ! \ i| .... INDIVIDUALLY MADE .... \ '| AND SET WITH £ FINEST QUALITY DIAMONDS I i ? ? i GUARANTEED FOIi JjJ CUT, COLOR and BRILLIANCE ? I1 ? ,- A Dainty Ring set with Beautiful Single I-ia- A Fashionable Single ? 'I Flashing Centre Dia- mond Ring in secure Stone Ring with Flash ij mond, £18/10/-. Hand- claw setting, beautifully cut Shoulders and beau % made in 18-carat Gold hand-made hi 18-carat tifiilly finished — Really i and Platinum. Gold at £22/10/- and good value at £30 5 £38/10/-. if 'i J Many other designs from which to choose at prices ranging Jj ![ from £7/10/- to £85, and all hand-made by expert crafts- j! 1; . £ men. j! Any Diamond Ring purchased from Goldsmith's Hall will j! be cleaned free of charge at any time ! \ WEDDING RINGS ! ETERNITY RINGS ! f Dozens of different styles — For Wedding Anniversaries j Plain, Engraved, Facetted or — See the thrilling .styles in ?£ Fancy in yellow or white Eternity Rings in yellow and ? gold at prices from ...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES The amusing British comedy, 'My Learned Friend,' starring Will Hay, and the out-of-doors drama, 'Unexpect- ed tluest,' featuring William Boyd, will constitute the principal attractions in the programme to be presented at the Radio Theatre to-night. The short subjects included in the bill comprise newsreels and another episode of the serial. 'Bivnda Starr. Ileporter.' The [iioirniintr.t* for Friday and Saturday :iighrs Is as follows : — (ll — Australian Review. CJ)— 'Flight from Folly' (Hugh Sin clair, Pat Kirkwood and Sydney Howard;. (3) — Brevity. (4) — 'My Reputation' (Barbara Stan wyck, (Jeorge Brent, Warner Anderson and Lucille Watson). 'My Reputation' A superb l-sve story, tender and heart-warming is unfolded in 'My Reputation,' screening --n Friday and Saturday nights next. Starring Bar bara Stanwyck and featuring an impressive company of supporting players including George Brent, War ner Anderson, Lucille Watson, ...

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1948 INDUSTRIAL LAWLESSNESS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Wt\C (titrxibton (feuttrbinn THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 104S INDUSTRIAL LAWLESSNESS ''The, Dutch K.l'.M. Line has cancel led the sailing of the uiutorship Maet su-x-ker (4,130 tons) from Singapore to Fremautle by the end of Febru.iry 'until the situation regardiug the hand ling of cargoes by Australian wharf labourers is clarified.' ' This announce ment will have been read with feelings of the keenest disappointment by the people of this State and particularly «J,\ lll*'»*O ^- !?»» til IT lUiriVOltll 111 IPUJIUIIIJ3 | up a trade with Malaya and with coun tries immediately north of us. The vessel has room for lifty-one passen gers, has ventilated space for fruit and is fitted for the carriage of sheep aud cattle. Din-ing recent seasons Ger aldton tomato growers had opened up a valuable trade with Singapore and are sanguine that during the forthcoming year they will l)e able to extend this business. However, the limiting factor in this trade has been shipping space, and hence it is disappoint...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MEMGKIAM ACNKW — In loving memory of our -lear father and grandfather (Ar thur), who passed away on March 5rh. 1947. beloved husband of the late Edith Mary Agnew, father «-f Evelyn (Mrs. Keillyt. father-in-law of Ted and grandfather oi' (jraeme. Malcolm, Iti--u:ml and Haliy -iaviu. HRYUKX — In loving memory of our dear son and brother1 (Jim I. who passed away en .March 5th. 1*.)44. They say time lieals all sorrows. And helps us to forget: liut so far time has only proved How much we miss you yet. — Inserted by bis loving father and mother, sister. (EIHa), brother (Ja--k-. sister-in-law - Doris -- and brotherin law - Ernie j and family. BEREAVEMENT ^£R- L. F. LAMB and FAMILY.' of '' 27 Jose Street, tieraldton. wish to thank all kind friends aud relatives for letters, cards, telegi*ains. flora 1 tributes and [tersonal ex[iressions- of syuiparthy received in the sad loss of their dearly loved wife and mother. Especially do they desire' to thank Mrs. Chas...

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OUR SERIAL STORY "Married in May" [Our readers are infromed that all characters in this story are purely imaginary, and if the name of any living person happens to be mentioned CHAPTER II [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 4 March 1948

OUR SERIAL STORY 'Married in May' BY MADGE BARLOW lOur readers are inf routed that all characters in this story are pureij imaginary, and if the name of anj living person happens to be mentioned no personal reflection is intended] CHAPTER II O:n.' crisp autumn morning a glimpse -»f hirt lather's Rolls Royce limousine, blocked by traffic at a street corner, roused the slumbering demon anew. Bessie lolled in the' ca,r, wearing silver fox furs of ransom price, a huge bouquet of flame-coloured chrysan LjJt-ujum.-. tm utrr lup, anu oesiue ner. sat Robert Armitage, portly and dignified. Xeither noticed the driver of a yellow ,-ar who stared and reddened, and jerked the peak of his cap over his iyes. They would as soon have thought of Jooking for Bob among the vendors of newspapers and matches, but he fancied they had recognised and ignored him, aud sullenly brooding, he ran his car past three congested stop iiing-plaeas, and was told by a foaming inspector that his negligence would ?-e re...

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