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A GOOD ANCHORAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

A GOOD ANCHORAGE. A comedian went out with a fish ing party, and began to suffer from thirst. One of the crowd took pity r,n th? suSercr, and -fastened a bot tle ol bear to his fishing line while be was en a voyage of exploration. When the actor returned, he found his line heavy,, and started to haul - in what he thought was the biggest fish ol the day. Gleeful over his changed luck, h# --hontcd to the ca.pha.in : ? 'Hey captain, this is the place anchor right here ; we're sailing over '»? brewery.'

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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WET OR DRY VICTORIA'S DRINK PROBLEM KEEN FIGHT EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

WET OR DRY VICTORIA'S DRINK PROBLEM KEEN FIGHT EXPECTED. New South Wales recently desided to remain 'wet^' in the liquor sense, and almost simultaneously Canberra threw off its liquor i*cstrictions by deciding in favour of licensing hotels, tEus incident ally spoiling the active motor business in carrying thirsty Canberraitcs to the hotels at Queanbeyan. It is Victoria's turn next to decide whether it will re main wet or co drv, for in a little over twelve months the State will be in the thick' of an intense campaign. Already ] the rival parties have commenced to marshal' their forces. Organisers arc being appointed, speakers are being sorted out. plans arc being carefully laid to attack the subject. The people of the State have not vat had an opportunity to decide whether the whole State should go dry by thrc1. fifths of the people who v.ote, and at least 30 per cent of th6-e eligible to exercise this privilege of saying so. Whether voting will be compulsory, as it is at general St...

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. EASILY ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

WISE AND OTHERWISE. EASILY ANSWERED. V-h: never there was to be aa ex- j animation at scuool Sammy general ly had a sudden attack of illness. I This time, however his memory turned traitor, so he found himself an unwilling victim. The questions were unusually hard : that day, and Sammy felt that he I was doomed. His only hope was that the teacher would not call him ui- ; but even this began to vanish, and \rli n at last be heard his name amn'v arose wltb the air of a mar tyr. 'Now, Sammy,' began the teacher 'I want you to tell me in which battle I-6rd Nelson was killed.' Sammy was m despair, but he must prove himself equal to the em* ergency. 'Did you eay Lord Nelson ?' he asked, cautiously. - 'Yes.' 'Wlii-h battle?' 'Yes. In vrhich battle was he kill ed ?' 'Well,' said Sammy, with appa rent surprise ac such an easy ques tion, 'I 'spect it must have been Ma last.'

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GERALDTON RACES A CAPITAL ENTRY PROVISION FOR PATRONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

GERALDTON RACES A CAPITAL ENTRY PROVISION FOB PATRONS An excellent entry has been receive- 1 for the annual eup meeting of the Vle toria District Turf Club, which will be held at Utakarra on Satu- lay, Janu ary 26, and Monday, Jnnu&ry 28. T!w horses include several from the metro politan area and other districts, the nomination being one of the best the club has ever had. Every possible arrangement is being made to ensure the comfort of patron?. The lawns in front of tho grandstan-J are looking well. As water is laid on the various parts of the ground, it will be possible to mitigate the dust nui sance with the aid of sprinklers. The telephone is now laid on to ths; ground, and the results of the Perth races will be posted in a prominent piwi tion as they come to hand. ^ The course itself is in good order, aa-1 will' be watered and rolled on the niorn ing of the .races. '?? - '' ' ' ~ .- y ?'-?''? -

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"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN." [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

'UNPLB TOM'S CABm.' They are all there, Unde Tom and Eliza and. Eva and Topsy and Marks, the lawyer, Aunt Ophelia and.: Simon Legree and the bloodhound^ ' xind all the old, familiar characters of -'Uncle Tom's Cabin,'. in the widely-heralded Universal production of that name, .-it' has been filmed with a carefulness as. to details and perfection of cast tltat defy comparison with any other epic .cinema effort. The big scenes of EUza crossing the ice; the 'death of Uttlc Eva; the Shelby; St. Claire and Lcgrec homes; the tavern scenes and the other numerous settings are integral parts of this big production.. It will be screen ed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day next and Northampton! Saturday irt, with an .atmospheric prologue feat uring Baby Edyth Straw and Jack Holman in Southern melodies, music and dancing.

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EDUCATION IN PALESTINE TEACHING CITIZENSHIP TURKISH BLIGHT REMOVED. London, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

EDUCATION IN PALESTINE TEACHING CITIZENSHIP TTJSKISH' BLIGHT REMOVED. London, January 3. Education in Palestine was the sub ject of a lecture delivered before the Anglo Palestinian Club, London, by Mr. Humphrey Bowman. Director of. Educa tion under the Palestine Government. Mr. Uowmaa said tbat tieforc, -when the country was a uart of the Turkish Empire, there was no national system of education in Palestine. It was not antil 1913 that the Turks made any at tempt to form one, and the war stopped any development of it. The language in the schools at that timr? was Turk ish, which was a foreign language to the children, and there was no school in which Hebrew was the medium of instruction. In 1914 the Zionist organ isation took over control of the Jewisn schools, and very soon there were 4O schools in which Hebrew was the lang uage of instruction. In 1920 the new British executive took over the former XUrKlMl SCUOU1S. £IUU. li;j.l- LUU ^iLVlildL UI ganisation to look after the Jewisn ...

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MOSCOW MONEY A AUSTRALIAN'S EXPENSES. Perth January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

MOSCOW MONEY A AUSTRALIAN'S EXPENSES. ) Perth January 18. i J. .. .}. Byan, secretary of tne {Sydney ! Labc -i Research and Information Bu- ? rca- passed through Frcniantle on \W-' oday on the liner Maoltau. As a ' delu^ite from Australia, Mr. Byan at tendO'1; the All India Trade Union Cou- . gre- and later visited the Youth Con fereu^c and the National Coniercnee, two gatherings organised by Indians.

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COMMENT BY UNION PRESIDENT Sydney January l6 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

COJgMENT BY UNION PRESIDENT ^L. . Sydney January .1*5 TfafeS&esident of the Australian Work ers' BpeiiSfSff; Jv-^Jailoy) -*aid-thatt it would appdar than Mx. Ryau's mission was further evidence of the Moscow secret money that had been coming to Australia. He said that Mr. Jeffries who represented the Labour Council at the Conference of'-the Bed Internation al at Moscow had voted seven tUous- j and rouble (about £700,000) for pro- ; paganda in the British Empire. Mr. ; Jeffries said also that special attcniTaii ; would be given to Australia and New ' Zealand. Mr. Byan's expenses, said Mr. \ Bailey, were apparently coming out of , this secret fund. j It was stated at the office of ^.tno : Labour Council to-day that Mr. Ryan's j expenses to the All India Trade TJlaion ] Congress were paiti by Uic Pan-Pac- ! ific secretariat. !

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VICTORIAN OUTBREAKS SEVERAL HOMES ABANDONED Melbourne, January 18 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

VICTORIAN OUTBREAKS SEVERAL HOMES ABANDONED Melbourne, January 18 Although further outbreaks have oc curred in a few districts, the bush fires, which in many cases attained alarming dimensions on Thursday, diminished consideiably to-day, and no ? serious oamage is reported. The fire at the coal mine at Yalloorn still continues. Several people wore compelled to leave their homes in the Nowa Nowa district by fires driven by a 40 mile an hour gale.

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COLLEAGUE'S BOAST Sydney January 16 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

? *?? ? — . I COLLEAGUE'S BOAST ! Sydney January IG j It was announced at the Trades Hall : that Mr. J. Byan director of the Be- ' seareh Department of the Labour Coun cil, attended the eight All India Trade . Union congress as the .official repre- 1 .sentative of the Pan-Pacific secretar iat. Close secrecy marked his depart ure, officials of the Traues Kali even being kept in ignorance of his move ments. Now that he has accomplished his mission, the Communists and Labour - Council officials arc boasting that he t has evaded the 'agents of jjritish Impei'J ialism who are so quick to suppress cv- j cry attempt of the workers bt'5i£fereiat j countries to come together for joint act- j ion. ? j Early last year. Mir. Byan attended i the Pan-Pacific conference in Shang- ? hai, a^ the representative of the Labour i Councils, of the Commonwealth, and soon : after his return to Australia- was advis- i cd of his election as the representative ' of the Secretariat at the All India con ference...

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BUSH FIRES GOULBURN MENACED MANY PROPERTIES THREATENED Sydney, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

BUSH FIRES GOULBURN MENACED MANY PBOPSSTXES THREATENED Sydney. January 18. Fires are still menacing different parts of the State, particularly in the south, where the grass is long and dry. Yesterday a fire spread rapidly at Jin gellic (near Albury) and last night it extended to Ournie. ? Jingellic was threatened with destruction bat many volunteers worked desperately, with good results. Goulburn reports that the fire whieii began at Pejar this morning spread rap idly and is burning towards Goulburn? An urgent appeal has been sent out for. volunteers to save the properties in danger.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

^^BBm^^^.M^ |§£« Perfect combustion, the most ? ^^8ffl^^^~ wl ijm^ essential quality of a power : WwM H li kerosene, is one of the many ^ \% outstanding qualities of Cross. /Ill On this quality is based the y^^ ^^^ greater power, fuel economy,* Hints on Tractors and increase in all round r^7. efficiency experienced by heating of the motor every tractor farmer who One of die mosf important ..„„- f^TYACQ factors to be considered in ob- UoCO V^JLv/Oo* raining the highest results from } the kerosene tractor is the heat ZSrJSr^ZZSZ Test after test in .every Stare 212° Fahrenheit. If complete i'-l-1 !' combustion of tbe fiiel (which 1*1 OC nrnVPfl f*OTirlIl*siVPl V fli^t means greatest economy and . £ld.b JJLUVCU tAJllVlUdlVdy LI UK. most power) is to be obtained, /--- . ? the radiator water must be kept CrOSS CnSUrCS an mO^aSC III as near boiling point as pos sible A coo! motor means £3.{fif*ic±ryr\T onri O lOWffr f*O-f' *» low power, unsatisfactory and eiilCienCy, 3110 d lUWCt CAJOL ?♦ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

Telegrams and Letters: J far *%4' Gerajuon. Jr* i Telephone 29 lA » P.O. Box 3^1^ -3 ± ???????????-illHfMHUIntltt«lllMiiiliUlIihMMMHMMHaanMa J±~, I THE ? l_ ^ J DISTRICT NEWSPAPER f 1 j PUBLISHED* DAILY j 'j I at 5 p.m. (S pja. SataraUys). | _ | 1 PREPAID SUBSCRIPTION imiiaq | ' | I Oiio Year ?_?»: — i-^ — _ £S/10/- I * | Nino -months 'jr ? - ? £1/Uj/- 5 ~.jj | Six months — ^1j ? £l/h/6 = | Three mouths ? J3/- 1 | If bookcfFYi/- per quarter. | 5 '^ 5 ................ — -.— . — — ? ^B

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1929. WAVES UPON A ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

(SuarMan ^c ¥Sxp&s& _ tr*? ? i: ? SATURDAY, JANUARY 19\ 1929 WAVES UPON A ROCK . tig ? sis Jy-»S0 Iliat brilliant essayist, A. Xj.^Ctirdiner, (Alpha' of the Flouj^i) y. ;ote o^^he founder., of thj^an3xiat4qrf-Ariny :^* ' pftK:iaisiwk&45 ,in-«iippbsing thq.t a dictatorship,' can fotf bequca/hcek' ' Cromwell made the ci-' peri men t and the Oouim-jn wealth Yflifcj ishedTk A systcni, which ticrives all it*s vitality from a personality may fade when that personality is withdrawn. For the Salvation Army is not a Church or a philosophy or a creed; it is an emotion.' Recent .Salvation Army history af fords .striking continuation of this penetrating essay in. the prophetic. It so happened that Bramwell Booth, the son of that incandescent personality William Booth, was a man of sufficient force of personality to carry on the superintendence of that great organisa tion which his father had founded. That circumstance was rather an accident than a confirmation of the wis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

COLDSBROUGH, MORT and COMPANY LIMITED PERTH. SKINS ^or e®cien* service and highest possible prices ijRliVij ' consign your Wool to our New Wool Warehouse, WOQt S, Frcmantle. Auction SaJus at Fremantle every Friday. 141TYI«^ FaW market rates and prompt returns. tlUJJuD Write for Addressed Labels. Consignments to TALLOW Fremantle. *r/\f*V Regular sales in Metropolitan and Country Mar STOCK. kets. Excellent Accommodation paddocta at Midland Junction. CT1XT\ CTfifft* Fnll particulars supplied of leading Studs in S 1 UU O I -JCIV Western Australia and Eastern Plates. Farming and Grazing properties in all districts i AND ^or sa'C- Valuations made. Auction Sales con *-''*** ducted. Ecliablc information and advice a* your service. AU dcsvrijitions of Merchandise for Station and R/H7DfU4M:lj*li7 Farm supplied. Sole Agents in Western Austra lflEJVCll.mS*'i:3i' jia for Edwards' Sheep Dip, Little 'e Sheep Dip and Thorpes' Feeds for Sheep. RR AWPHF*J Northam, Narropin, firace Eock, Kellerbenin, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

UiBIUfSPuss ? Wnwr &. STEEL 1 . ' W9W^ meompUmts. Ewi lady t&ooldfcnep -? . 31 ? * ?box rathe boose. CbemistsandStaM ? V?:^ I eetl them throughout the world. ^^ »; i v S S 1 Pmhrietorz M«rti«.Cfc-«i«t c«*ti«aMtaaJF^.-fl *'--*-*-.-' -^r^ ? * ; -; ? -M ^^tenacX/'Geraldton, WestanTibi* ^1

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PETROL IGNITES CATASTROPHE AVERTED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

PETROL IGNITES CATASTROPHE AVERTED The fact that Mr. J. Armstrong, of Winchester, wanted his petrol tank re paired on Monday last might easily have led to serious results, prompt ac tion alone averting what might have been a terrible catastrophe, involving the loss of the whole of the premises of Messrs Parkin & Sons, Carnamah, and possibly others. Mr. Armstrong had pulled in to Messrs. Parkin's repair shops, the, ear being half under the roof, and was just going to turn the tap of his pet rol tank; 'to run the spirit off into a petrol tin, when the petrol left in the tin suddenly burst into flame, having been ignited by the terminal of the battery on which it was resting. Mr. Armstrong promptly hit the tin with his fist, and knocked it clear of the truck, whilst Mr. II. Parkin, noticing that the flame had caught round the petrol tap, succeeded in blowing it out. Had the tap been turned on nothing v.oula have saved the truck or the pre mises, as there is nothing at all ade q...

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL ? ?♦ ? : ? WiueJiester Wlteat. — At the' begin ning of the present week, approxi mately 50,000 bags of wheat had been carted to Winchester siding. Weather Forecast. — Some scattered rains in the Tropics and northern inter ior; otherwise fine with south east to north east winds, and temperatures warm to hot. ? A Warm Day. — There was another taste of summer to-day. After a cool night the temperature rose steadily from 59 at 8 o'clock till it reached a I maximum of 99.2. Cooler conditions set in£ during the afternoon and at 3 o 'clock the reading was 88. Shipping. — The s.s. Kangaroo ar rived this morning and discharged 330 tons of general cargo. She is taking | on board about 30 tons of cargo for the north-west and will leave this Even ing * for Derby, via all coastal ports. i Geraldton1 s New Bector.-^A wclcriiap was tendered to the Rev. K. Halfey, [ the new Kector of 'Gteraldton,. and Mrs. Hallcy at the Parish. Hajfl last night. 1 An extended report will: .a...

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ASTRONOMICAL SUNRISE AND SET. JANUARY FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

ASTRONOMICAL SUNBJSB AND SET. JAJTUARY FIGURES Following are the hours of punriss and sunset based on figures kindly supplied by the Government Astrono mer (Mr. H. B. Corlewis) for the longi tude and latitude of Geraldton for the remaining portion of January; — 17 5.38 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 20 5.41 7.25 28 5.48 7.22 21 5.42 7.2* 29 5.49 7.21 22 5.43 7.24 30 5.50 7.21 23 5.44 7.24 31 5.51 7.20 24 5.44 7.23

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

PHASES OF THE MOON. Last Quarter; New Moon, January 1*; First Quarter, January 18; Full Moon) January 25. In men's hats the commonest sizes 6§ and 7; in shirts, 15-in. neckbands and lot-in, collars. . '

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