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DISEASE OF STOCK HEALTH OF THE HORSE HOW TO DIAGNOSE SICKNESS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
DISEASE OF STOCK — ^ ? HEALTH OF THE HORSE HOW TO DIAGNOSE SICKNESS On the vast majority of farms the horse plays an important part still. He is indeed the fanner's most trusted ana valued friend. He works, week in ana week out, without complaint, and is rarely laid up for repairs. As witii man, however, it s-o happens that tnc horse occasionally has his ailments, and these should receive prompt and sym pathetic consideration. It should be the business of the farmer, therefore, to acquaint himself fully- with the equine disease warnings.' The digestive organs frequently give the earliest no tice of approaching disorder. When there is a partial io&s of appetite, dull ness and disinclination to work, the mouth hot and dry, and perhaps the legs and cars colder than usual, these symptoms require immediate attention. They indicate plainly the approach of fever or inflammation. The condition of the skin and hair affords a true indication of the state of the health in a general way...
MAIL TIME TABLE POST EARLY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
MAIL TIME TABLE POST EARLY Mails close at Geraldton Post Office for the undermentioned places, as fol low :— 1 Perth zud Midland Lines. j Perth, Fremantlc and intermediate places, via Midland. — Mondays and Thursdays, 4 a.m.; Tuesday and Fri days, 5 a.m. *and 5.30 p.m. ; Thursdays, 4 a.m. Perth, via Wongan Hills, Mondays, o a.m. | Cue lane. j Cue and intermediate places — Mon- j days and Thursdays, 8 a.m. | Cue, Meekatharra and intermediate places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, 9.39 a.m. Yalgoo and intermediate places. — Wednesday and Saturday, 8 a.m. Mullcwa, Yalgoo and Wougan Lino. — Thursdays, 8 a.m. Northampton Line. . Northampton and intermediate plac es. — Mondays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. Northampton, Ajaha and intermed iate places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. . I
ROADSIDE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
EOADSIDB MAILS. Narratarra and Chapman, Fridays, 9 p.m. (leaves Geraldton Saturday, 7.30 a.m.; returning Sunday, 5 p.m.). Geraldton-Whelarra. — leaves Gerald ton, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. Returns Wednesdays, 4.45 p.m., Satar- . days, 7.15 p.m. j Geraldton-Karratarra. — Leaves Ger aldton, Friday, 9 a.m. Geraldton-BIuff Point. — Leaves Ger aldton, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, 9 a.m.; Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. Returns, Mon days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sat- j urdays, 10 a.m.; Tuesdays and Fridays , 12 noon.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
MURDOCH'S ? ^FOR ? MEDICINE Only Fully Qualified Pharmacists handle your Prescriptions PHONE 16 P.O. BOX 35 NTB The OPTICIAN LTD. 263 Murray St.. Perth s-s. MNDEROO WiU leave GERALDTON ' for Shark Bay, Carnarvon, Onslow, Cossaek Roads, Pt- Hedland, Broomc, Derby, Java. ? and Singapore on MONDAY, JANUARY 2L 1929 (Circumstances Permitting) Passengers and cargo accepted for above ports. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED.. Agents
SHIPBUILDING WORLD FIGURES MOTORS SUPERSEDING STEAM. London January 17 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
? SHIPBUILDING WORLD FIGURES ' MOTOBS SUPERSEDING STEAM. London. Junuaiv 17 Lloyd's register gives do tails of ships'; und«»'roiistru'ct!ou at the end of Dcccia I.er. In the British Isles there was an increifco of Ujk,QU() ions, conrpa«$ with the figures ar; September., although tiip, present # tita'^ is. l,:U2,33(i tons' i'low^t' *i?-an:^halv^to^^lie^vcrage.'lonn^gcW under con.s4iinctidii-!uriiigjlic fiv-c yoa;-s rrom jy-d to 111:28 amounted to oaly J,22fl,0i)() compared with an average of i^iliJUJtM.Ub^foTC^he war: 'About 115,000 of the tonn;;ge under construction iu Britain is intended for British Domin ion s. Thc tonnage under construction ?abroad is considerably lower rhan that of September, but it exceeds bv 132,000 tho toifnago being built in the British Isles. Four countries abroad have more than 100,000 tous uu-lcr fconst ruction— Germany, 382,000; Holland, 1S2/HI0; l'rance, 101,000; ;md, Japan 11S.000. The total under construction in the world is 8.618,000 tons, of' which ...
VALUABLE STAMPS LOST £3,000 WORTH BUSKED Southern Cross, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
VALUABLE STAMPS LOST I ? i £3,000 WORTH BUKNED Southern Cross. January 18. About 7^0 Ia6t evening the residence of J. H. Sttubbs, one of the oldest resi dents of the town, was destroyed by a fire, which Ls supposed to have been statred by the fusing of an electric light wire. Mj. Stubbs lost one of the finest collections of stamps in the State, valued, it is said, at over £3,000. It included a Xew South Wales stamp with the armchair pattern, which alone was valued at £500, and which is supposed to have been one of only two in exis tence.
NOTABLE DOUBLES REPLICAS OF PROMINENT MEN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
NOTABLE DbtlBLES BEPLICA3 OF FaOMQIENT MEM I i»l ? id - - . -?:.''' ,*-V:;#i fcvoryonc luis a Cuuble somcmiicte »t the world. Tlie uuirkcd similarity, hmr V ever, is invariably, skin 4tecp. ' Sfamy 'X .reining niouarclis aud pro. idcats ~ fcave used doubles to advantage.- It isaoai- ' oritativcly stated that King Alfonso, of fctyajn employed a OVubic iu *jigf£f3g*c hiu£ in, UiK'youiigu/ 'jfciy s stt - uafc&&g£$* an assassiuation attempted to htow wp ' tho bridal carriage, for he fcnetr *£ax the king could not very well get mar ried by proxy. Count d'fe*«ia, fire* president .of tUe new Greek ifepobUc is - i«28, hired a peasant who was bis fir ing image to drive through the streets in the .State carriage. A *ctv mdS^s later the man was murdered in the car riage. Another double shared die same fate. Thon no one could be found t» - take tho job under auy conaderatim, and finally the Count himself eocauno Ciil to An flRKSI^asin President ltooscvclt had a v«v «t usual face...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. 'When there is i»o shoe polish at -hand lemon juice makes an excellent substitute. A few drops sprinklsd on black or tan shoes and rubbed brisfc ly will give a brilliant shine. TO CLEAN A SERGE SKTRT. Have a basin of very bpt water and a small scrubbing brush-- a*naiU)nish will do if the bristles «re nrm. l'tace the skirt as flat as possible on the table, dip the brash in the holt water. *, and brush the skirt Witt it from waist to hem. 'Go over every inch, , and change the water as soon as it gets dirty or cold. Hang the skirt lip in tbs air until almost dry, tben- Iron on the wrong side witii hot irons r until perfectly dry. CORNISH PASTIES. . Ingredients : 8 oz. flour, 2 oz. fat. pinch salt, £ teaapoonful baking pow der, 3oz. uncooked meat (or 2oz. ba con), % onion, 4os. raw potato, water pepper. Method : Mix the flour, salt, and baking powder, rub in the fat and mix with water to a staff dbagfa. roll out and cut into Tonnds. Have ready a mixture ol the meat and ...
UNWANTED BABIES ADOPTED BY CHILDLESS PEOPLE HAPPY HOMES FOR FOUNDLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
UNWANTED BABIES ADOPTED BY CHILDLESS PEOPLE HAPPY HOMES F0» FOUNDLINGS. Little Peter, a slum baby, who will have £2,500 a year when he is 25, is ( not the only child of poor parents who , has been adopted by. wealthy people (says an English exchange). Not long ago some wealthy Americans went to the office of the National Adoption Society .to find a child on whom to lav ish their lc-ye. From a number of homeless children they selected a little girl, and now she is living with them in a sumptuous borne on the French Riviera as much a part of their family as if she had been born in to it. Another dainty little maid, now just over a year old; has gong_oufc to Bo gota, where her new father is a Scot tish engineer. She was carried by aeroplane the last 600 miles of her long journey to her new home — an il lustration of the truth that some child less homes will spend much money to share the responsibilities of parent hood. A well-known woman doctor who wanted -someone for whom she could ma...
70,000 LINOTYPES REMARKABLE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
70,000 LINOTYPES ?aT/r.TWATETTATtT.TB BECOBD Since the first linotype was erected by Mergenthaler in 3886 for the New York Tribune, over 70,000 machines have been supplied to the printing trade . by the three affiliated companies of Ijpndon, New York and Berlin. There is constant intcrchance' of ideas and ex perience between the British, American and German companies, and in the last 30 vcars this co-ordination has ereatlv helped to keep the linotype abreast of every requirement. The durability of the Hnotype is such that many machines are at work to-day which commenced running 30 years ago. It is, however being found unprofitable to run machines that do not embody some at least of the improvements of the last decade, which have been suc cessfully mounted on older models, mod ernising them into a state of most up-, to-date efficiency. While the composing speed that first recommended the linotype to the news paper world to feed the maws of the increasingly speedy presses of the 19th ...
PERTH MOTORIST FINED EXCESSIVE SPEED REGULATIONS MUST BE OBSERVED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
PERTH MOTORIST FINED EXCESSIVE SPEED BBCHJLATIONS MUST SE Three charges were laid by Traffic In spector Sinytne, agaumt Ciauue i-arkcr, Company Manager; in the Police Court yesterday, before Messrs. A. Mea dowcroft and G. Lester, J'.sJ?. The ?cliargca were that he used a searchlight jon. ius motor car last Tuesday night, that he failed to give sufficient warning when approaching an intersection, and that he exceeded the speed limit of 25 miles an hour. On the first charge jl fine or IS}/- was imposed. ine prose cution with the consent of the Beach, withdrew the second charge, and tho defendant was fined £5 and £2/15/ costs en. the third. Mr. A. N. Altorf or appeared for the traffic inspector. The charge of exceeding the . speed limit was first heard, and the defendant pleaded not guilty. Tr-ffic Inspector Sinythe said about 9 p.m. last Tuesday he was in a station ary car near the Bluff Point Crossing. He saw lights approaching on a car. which was earning from 'the direction of Bluff...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
W.A. Government Railways SEASIDE EXCURSION A SPECIAL TBAIN will run from Mullewa to Geraldton on SUNDAY January 27, 1929, leaving Mullewa at 7.30 a-m., arriving Geratdton at 11.25 a-in.; returning from Geraldton 7 p.m., arriving at Mullewa at 11 p.m. Single fare for the return journey; minimum 3/- first class; '!/?? second class. By order, C. S. GALLAGHER, Chief Traffic Manager. CENTRAL PROVINCE COUNCIL PRIMARY PRODUCERS ASSO CIATION APPLICATIONS will be received up to 6 p.m. on January 31, for the position of ORGANISER for the Cen tral Province. Particulars as to salary, etc., can be obtained at the office of the P.P.A., Perth, or the undersigned. B. H. WORTESNGTON, Hon. Secretary. ? Eleanor Street, Geraldton. STOP SUFFERING AFTER EATING If you suffer from indigestion, gas tritis, or dyspepsia after meals, you can prevent it. instantly by lakiBg a little ?'Bisurated' Magnesia, in water immediately after eating. This re markable preparation not only neutra lises, the acid, and thus ...
THE KING'S ILLNESS LITTLE CHANGE HOPEFUL MEDICAL COMMENT. London, Jan. 18 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
THE KING'S ILLNESS LITTLE CHANGE HOPEFUL MEDICAL COMMENT. London, Jan. IS The King had a fairly good night, and there is little change in his con dition. Although his improvement has contin ued without interruption for long enough to arouse hopes that his. con valescence is almost in sight, this stage is yet some way off, and it is imposs ible to predict when he will be suffic iently recovered tc permit bis removal fiom. the Palace. The most satisfact ory feature of his cond?Kon is that he is new obtaining the necessary' nourish ment and is taking food in the normal manner of a very weak invalid. The Queen spent yesterday at Wind sor, in accordance, it is believed, with a plan to transfer the King there as soon as possible in the hope that a change of surroundings will accelerate his recov ery. The 'Lancet' endorses the prognos tications of the King's medical advis. ers when they are able from, time to time, and in very -cautious terms, to report some progress. It adds that the bull...
MINING ACCIDENT BROKEN HOPE CAUSES DAMAGE Kalgoorlie Jan 18 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
MINING ACCIDENT BROKEN ROPE CAUSES DAMAGE Ealeoorlie Jan IS While water was being bailed from Chaffer's Shaft, on the Lake View and Star property last night, one of the tanks was overwound, and the rope broke. The engine driver was knocked off his platform, and could not stop the engine. Consequently, the end of the rope ,to which the shoe and shackle, weighing about 201b. were attached, continued to revolve around the drum, at terrific speed, doing considerable dam age to the engine house and winding en gine. Before the engine could be stop ped the other tank with 2,600ft. of rope attached, had fallen to the bottom of the shaft. The damage will amount to hundreds of pounds, and the work of deepening the shaft will be held' up for about, three weeks. Five men who had been working in the shaft were doing some work i^ a crosscut when the accident happened, and, were not injured. They were brought to the surface through the Gold on Horseshoe workings three hours la ter. The engine driv...
ANAEMIA WEAKENS GIRLS ENDANGERS HEALTH AND CHARM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
ANAEMIA WEAKENS GIRLS ENDANGERS HEALTH AND CHABM The possibility of her young daughter developing anaemia is something a mother must be wary of. This ailment which means bloodlessness, finds many of its victims in young girls who are growing too rapidly. Mother, look at your girl and ask yourself these questions: Are her lips and cheeks too pale? Does she comnlain of palpitation, dizziness and headaches? Does she go about wearily and life lessly? If your answer to any or all of these is 'Yes' then it is time to act. The immediate thing to do it to build up your daughter's blood, for when the blood is enriched anaemia vanishes. The tonie that is famous for its wonderful blood-enriching properties is Dr. Wil liams' Pink PULs. A short course of these pills will help a young girl to make new, rich blood that will build up her strength, restore colour to her lips and checks and banish langour, headaches and nervousness. So, without delay, give your anaemic daughter Dr. Williams' Pink Pil...
CHEAP MOTOR FUEL A NEW ZEALAND INVENTION Phildelphia, Jan. 17 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929
CHEAP MOTOR FUEL A NEW ZEALAND INVENTION Phildelphia, Jan. 17 It is understood that the United Stat es Army Transport Serriw has asked for the specifications of a device in vented by Ernest Godward, a New Zea land engineer, for the use of fuel oil in equal proportions with petrol as motive power in automobiles. * . Mr. J. Oueenev. vice president of the Philadelphia street transportation system announced to a meeting of engin eers here to-day that the device had been tested on .40 'buses and would be installed on 580 others, and 3,000 taxi cabs. The device, whieh is a gas gen erator eliminates carbon monoxide from tho exhaust fumes, and produces up to 15 per ecnt. increase in the original horse power development of the motor. Mr. Queency said that he estimated that automobiles eould be .operated 29 per cent cheaper by the use of the device than when petrol alone was used'.