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BOXING SILVEST BEATS CUNNINGHAM A CLEAN, VIGOROUS FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

BOXING SILVEST BEATS CUN- ~*'y NINGHAM ' A CUBAN, VIGOROUS SZC&X. Generally acknowledged as the bes* contest staged in Geraldton for a long .. time, the fight in the Town Hall Jasfc . night between Frank (Nip.) Cunning- : ham (9.8), and the young Italian, Xiek Silvest (9.1), resulted in a win. for Silvest on points. : The ngut, wnicii was vigwrou»» went the full 15 rounds, an* both boxers received heavy jjunidi- .: ~ ment, though Silvest was the haltliw : man and seemed little affected by fhe^ heavy fighting. His win was was to ..?_ ; his 'persistent aggressive meiiioiis, which he maintained, throughout. j*- Before the main bout, Mr. J. OoflBejpn^r announced that Sailor McNee, a ligfllf weiffht arouBine attention in Bertii,^ had sent a challenge that he wouM\ meet the winner for any side wager ^r at a time and place to be arranges. Mr. Ted Clifton, who acted as *ef eree, said that although Cunningbain. was .a local boy who had learned Us boxing in Geraldton, he had no doulft...

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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

CHURCH SERVICES. PKESBYTEBIAN. Morning worship will be conducted in the Greraldton Presbyterian Church to-morrow. It w$ll include a young people's address, at 11 o'clock. The evening service will commence at 7.30. At this service a duet will be render ed by Miss Lucy Dick and Mr. J. Thrum. The preacher at all the ser vices will be the Bcv. W. G. Reekie, who will also conduct a service in the hall at Moonyoonopka at 3 p.m. . Strangers and visitors/ wiU be welcom ed to all services. WESLET. The Bev. Milton B. Maley will preach at both services in Wesley Church, Geraldton, to-morrow, and. at Georgina at 3 p.m. At the evening | service the choir will render the an them 'The Cross of Christ,' and Miss Stafford will sing, 'Nearer My God.' The Ladies' Guild 'will meet on Wed nesday at 3 p.m. The service -at Bluff Point at 7.30 p.m. to-morrow will be supplied.

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

SPECIAL PRICES FCR BALTIC PINE! We have just landed a direct shipment of Sulftwim-.l (Baltic) lin injjs anil floorings, tonjjucd and {grooved, which we are market ing at special rates: — 6in. s fin. 17/6 per 100 running feet. 6in. x -Jin. 20/6 per 100 running fe«?t. 6in. x |in. 23/6 per 100 running feet. 6in. x 2in. 26/6 per 100 running feet. - 6in. x fin. 29/6 per 100 running feet. 6in. x l^in. 35/- per 100 running feet. Orders telephoned, telegraphed or written will receive our usual prompt ami careful attention. MILLARS TIMBER AND TRADING COMPANY . Jp ' LIMITED -BOX 71 ? PHONE 34 CHILDREN^ HOSPITAL CASH CONSULATION GOODWOOD HANDECAP RUN AT GOODWOOD RACECOURSE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, W29 £1750 in Prizes £1750 in Prizes First Horse, £,1000; Second Horse, £250; Third Horse £i00. Other Cash Prizes, £400. 50,000 Tickets at 2/- each. Obtainable from local Agents or direct from — ? HORACE. J. MINOBS, Box M962, G.P.O., Perth. Secretary. Applications -for Tickets by post must be accompani...

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BLUFF POINT SPORTS SHEFFIELD WON BY BOHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

BLUFF POINT SPORTS J ' ? ' ? ??' ?''?'M SHBFFIBLD WON BY BOHAK. S -: -?5g — — v :'-:Sm At the Bluff Point sports this after- 1 :--nf| noun, the Sheffield. Haadicap rcsultci: — ?; 3^ l\ BOHAN .. ? 1. \ - £^ F. Kelly ? $L-*'' ??-:i^ J. Uoliuan ? $£~ ^1

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AUSTRALS v. GERALDTON AUSTRALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

AUSTEALS v. GEBAIaDTON AUST^JALS. Fir: t Innings ? 138 GERALDTON. First Innings ? .28 ,-\

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

GERALDTON ASSOCIATION The matches commenced last Satur day were continued to-day, progress scores being:- — MEBCANTTLES v. COSMOPOI2XA17S COSMOPOLITANS First Innings ? 147 MERCANTILES. First Innings ? 8G

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WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED KNOCKED DOWN BY CYCLIST CAUGHT BY TEAM CAR Perth, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED — ? » KNOCKED DOWN BY CYCLIST * CAUGHT BY TRAM CAS Perth, January 19. X married woman, named Florence Day, of Victoria Park, was taken this morning to the Perth Hospital suffer ing from a fractured skull, cut leg, and I extensive abrasions. Her condition is critical. She was crossing Hay Street eentral, when she was knocked down hir a nush bicvclc, ridden by Walter Paseoe, a G.P.6. messenger boy, .of North Perth. The boy and woman fell to the roadway in front of a w-\st bound trauw-ar. The life guard of the tram threw them clear. The boy suf fered from an injured leg. He- 'You know that I love you and will be true to the last.' She: 'But how long shall I be the last?'

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WHARF RIOTS UNRULY PROCESSION HOSTILE WOMEN STONES AND BOTTLES THROWN Adelaide Jan. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

WHARF luOTSl UNRULY PROCESSION HOSTILE WOMEN STONES AND BOTTtES THROWS Adelaide Jan. i, An electrical atmosphere prevailed at Port Adelaide throughout to-day, and excepting three incidents, whicu no doubt would have been terious but tor the presence of the augmented police force, the morning and afternoon passed off more quietly than the day oeiere... The first event to attract attention was a niocession through tne principal streets of the seaport or aJbout 000 men. Most of them were unemployed \vate~ siders, but as on the previous day their numbers were .-.welled by an irrespon sible element. This demonstration widen was aoscly watched by the police, yass vd of! in orderly fashion. It remained ior the women to insti tute proceedings again. This bcgaii with the holding of a mass meeting in the Working Men's HalL The Press was invited, and then summarily refus ed admittance. As soon as the meeting was .over between 000 or 700 of the women, headed by Mr. Norman Makin, M.H.R., and Sen...

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THRASHED BY WOMEN NEWCASTLE BEACH INCIDENT. Sydney, Jan 18 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

THRASHED BY WOMEN NEWCASTLE BEACH INCIDENT. ? Sydney, Jan 18 Four women on the beach at New castle this afternoon, roughly handled a niau whom they suspected of having attempted to assault a ..girl aged 14 years. The woman, one of whom was the girl's mother, were in the water when they heard her cries focjielp. They ran to her and seeing the man, surrounded him, seized him, punched him, rubbed i his face in the sand, and then carried him down to the water where they threw h»m on the crest of a wave. When the man came out he tried, to pacify, thcfcwomen, saying that he was atempt jng .to reach the suitcases of the wom en which the girl was guarding on the sand. As the girl tried to prevent him he struggled with her. The women who were froni 'West Maitland were not in clined to believe this, story. The girl 's clothing was torn but she was not in jured. The police are investigating the incid ent. .

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SHOT ON A TRAIN A MIDLAND QUARREL VICTIM'S CONDITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

SHOT ON A TRAIN A MIDLAND QUARREL VICTIM'S CONDITION SEEIOUS When tiic Midland train, which left Geialutou at 6.35 Last night for Perth, arrived at Strawberry at 10 p.m. the railway officials were informed that a man named Frank Bettingcr, who is thought to be of German nationality, had been shot in the left groin with a revolver. Ccnstable iJynies, of Mingenew, wa:; notified and upon investigation -he learn ed that Bettinger, who is from 35 to 40 years of age, i& supposed to have jump ed the train at Dongarra, in company with a man named William. Leslie. Ac cording to statements made by passen gers in the compartment, an argument took place between the two men and it terminated in the shooting of Bettin gcr. After the shooting Leslie said to the passengers 'Give me time to get off' and as soon as the train stopped at Strawberry he escaped, taking with him a small case. Constable Symcs arranged with Con stable Street of Three Springs' to meet tho train at Three Springs where...

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[?]-STROKES! [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

rj«-STROKES ! . ? wr ? T:.» ??; ;:vner sun is distant 35 000, 000 rail«is from you as you lie ott the bflach snd liask, or gasp, in its rays, bat. the sua you see is onty a part of the real sun. Po you know that the Eun ia com posed of sodium, iron magnesium,/, cobalt, hydrogen, nickel, titanium. I c&ronium, ,'.nd a«few other things? j There are movements in tbe sun, bnt '. r.o sign?- of it being burnt out or cx hawstcd. rt is r.ot the heat that gives you sunstroke, but the invisible violet rays of the si^n, and the base of your skull is the vulnerable spot. Sunburn is really thr rupture and inflammation of the tiny veins ol the - skin. And you ww«r ahite in the i sun time not becausa it looks cool, but because that colour resists the heat rays of the sun better than col ours. The violet tinge over everything after you have looked at the sun is there because violet is the accidental colour of yellow — the sun's colour.' You cannot really look at the sua, but birds can, becau...

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A.J.C. MEETING WHITTA TAKES CHALLENGE STAKES. Sydney, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

AJ.C. MEETING WHTTTA TAKES CHAUiENGE STAKES. Sydney, January 19. The races at the AXCT meeting to day resulted as follows: — HURDLE BACE. About two miles. . GAY GOEDON, 9.0 ? 1 Kentucky Boy, 9.3 ? 2 iteynaioo, ».u ? « Betting: 8 to 1 against winner. THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. ..Seven furlongs. LOQUACIOUS, 8.11 ? 1 Signify, 7.0 ? 2 Jeypore, 7.10 ? -.: ? 3 Betting: 5 to 1 against winner. FIRST NUBSERY HANDICAP. Five furlongs. REBATE,.8.1 ? 3 Retrospect, 8.6 ? 2 All Pride, 9.0 ? 3 ? Betting: 8 to 1 against winner. CHALLENGE STAKES. Six furlongs. WHHTA, S.12 ..... ? 1 Beckwith, 9.3 ? ? 2 . Black Douglas, 7.2 ? 3 Betting: 7 to 2 against winner. JANUARY HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. LUCY THBICE, 6.11 ? 1 Lovebofc.-7.il. ? 2 Miss Australia, 7.3 .... ? 3 Getting: 8 to -1 against winner. WELTER HANDICAP One mile. -24tJT CUP, 8.11 .=. ? 1 . Patadawn, 8.0 ? 2 BacagL, 8.1 ? 3 .Betting: 7 to 2 against winner.

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THE TURF HELENA VALE RACES Perth, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

HELENA VALE RACES - tVrth, January 3^ The- following are the results of the races *St.He» nit *-ale: BREEDERS' PLATE For horses bred in Western Australia - Seven furlongs CRYSTAL STJJEAM, SS ... 1 Poletac/6.10 ? 2 Merry Beggar, 7.2 ? 3 Betting: 7 to 1 against winner. Tote: 33/-, 81/-, 24/-. Also nuu Threse 9.2, Sir Gravity 8.8, Zora Cross 8.5, Gloaman 8.4, Halocin 8.0, Aye Green 7.13, Moinette 7.11, Ayr Way 7.5, Billeranga 6.12, Jtoyal Polly 6.12, Silver Way 6.7, Isle of Gold 6.7, Miss Acclivity 6.7. MAIDEN PLATE Seven furlongs BANK NOTE, 7.12 ? 1 Whaleman, 7.5 ? 2 Dianioves, 7.12 ? 3 Betting: 9 to 4 against winner. Tote: 13/-, 17/-, 142/-. Also, ran: Dennis Queen 8.9, Theins 8.0, Bad One 7.7, Carvene 7.7, Marius 7.7, Curara 7.5, Cost Coin -7.0, Say Go 7.0, Ix-rd Machrec 7.0, Lady Sue 7.0. MIDLAND PLATE Six furlongs PBINCE NASSAU, 7.7 ... * GOLDEN MILE, 7.5 ? * . Curious, 8.2 ? 3 *Dead heat for first place. Betting: 5 to 2 against Prince Nas sau; 12 to . I against Golden Mile. Also ...

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AMUSEMENTS. To-night's Big Programme [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS. To-night's Big Programme ' . .: ? 1. Gazettes.. 2. Baby Straw, the Musical Midget. i?^'The Danger Patrol,' Win. Bus selland Virginia Browne Fair. 4. Jack Holman, comedibn. - 5. 'Brown of Harvard', Jack Pick ford, Win. Haines, Mary Alden and others. . Prices: 2/6 and.'S/^efcildren 1/-. \ Queen's HaU.^Usi^-jifciuie prices. 'Sailor Izzy Morphy.'V1*?**'. '^ ' V\ Farce, frank and unashamed .farce,' making no apology or ;jexplanatMtji for its absurdities,, its antics. --or ita^iadi erons improbabilities, and, therefore/ farce that, is really -fumij£. That; ':- is 'Sailor Izzy Murphy' screening \eh Monday night. / r . . ?'';?. 'Skooting;Ironsr' *'*»;.«;' Some of the most. -gorgeous scenery of the far west has been caught by the camera vf or 'Shobijn7 Irai%f starring Jack. Lftden. Much of )he-*f-icture Tsjas ; photographed-at Lone Pine, Califs, at an altitude of 8,000 ' feet'in the 'high Sierras. 'Shootin' Irons' screens. on Monday. -

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BRITAIN'S TRADE OVERCOMING HANDICAPS KEEP OUTSIDERS OUT Perth, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

BRITAiNS TRADE OVERCOMING HANDICAPS KEEP OtPTSEDESS OUT t . Periu. JsiiuiJirv 17. Interesting ^comments on ^onditiuni in Britain as compared with other countries, with particular rvf^ivnce to America, wvro mad.-.' in tho --ours-» oi an interview yesterday by Sir Joj*Bton ?Siuili, founder of ;Smith.'s ^-cws^aper.s, . Ltd., Sydney, who is rcttfrning1 Jioiiie 'on : ' the Mooltan. . . ? . 'i ' ' Sir Joynton said that w America, a great manufacturing country, was- ia the lihiduo -position of beinV ah!,, m' supply .-its. o%vn-^i«?«eft^m«~p?t-}TIe'T; n ST' out any outside compel it ion worth men tioning. Germany, too. was placed sim ilarly, their tariff walls making it ar most impossible for other countries to get a share of the huge trade which those two -nations had within their own borders. On tho other hand. Great Britain, with her population of 50,000,000, the whole of tj^u trade from which should be British smd British alone, was not so circumstanced, because of the fact that the lac...

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

, ^THE QERALDTOPJ GUARDIAN & EXPRESS PUBLISHED DAILY At 5 p.m. (6 p.m. Saturdays)? Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Free). 3 mouths ? 13/ 6 months - ? 25/G 9, months ? '.- ~'38/ 12 mouths ? 50/ Booked: — 14/- per quarter (p$»S,t free). . -\,.- Scale of Advertising Bates. Classified columns for .Advertise ments wjll appear in the 'Geraldton Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires. '? * -*+ * ?*V-'1 jAMMf** tf©*»Ordinary - Type Set an* lSisplay Advertisements: — Casual Advertisements, 4/- per inch. 25in. up_to lOOin. to be used witlin 6 months, 3/- per single column inch. lOOin, up to 250in. to be used within 12 months, 2/6 per single column inch. 250in. up to 500in. to be used within 12 months, 1/9 per single column inch. 500in. up to l,000in. to be used with in 12 months, 1/6 per single column inch. l,000in, or more to be used within 12 months, 1/3 per single column inch. Leader Page 25 per sent extra. Births, up to 5 lines, minimum 2/6. Each additional line 6d. Death...

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ENCOURAGING AVIATION FEDERAL TECHNICAL AID [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

ENCOURAGING' AVL4T10N i : ' FEDBEAL TECHNICAL AID j \»iiting fruiu Melbourne, under the date oi- January JO, Mr. H. Gregory, \M.H.1{., states thai roproscutations li;iu : been uia«.le to him from several country centres that the Federal Governmeul should provide1 or a. sist towards provid ing lauding grounds, in various . the country other than where aui-iul sei , vices have been provided, - : rf I Mr. Gregory has receive;!' jf^ej^sol' , the following letter, address'^xL^^^fe 'Minister for Defence ^fc»i r . Thonnas^aas^ gow) to the IVd'eral -Treasurer ?-. (Di-. Karle Page): — I ' With f m^hQrj^tfereiices to Vour^j«t iicl. ^ftiBCpvcmbc* 28. witli* ' onclo^ures from Messrs. H. Gregorj-, M.H.R., add H. \r. Buckley (secretary of the Katan uiug Road Board), relative to the ques tion of this department's assisting fin nni.-ialJy in the establishment 01 a land ing1 ground for aircraft at Katanning, I j desire to state that it is not the Gov ernment's policy to assume responsi bility for th...

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

HUMAN SOULS FOR SALE ! Husbands and wives separatco* and sold to the highest bidder. In fants torn from their mother's breasts. Not hearsay, not fiction, but facts. Pacts that spread one of tho greatest blots on America 's history. Faets that brought about the Biggest Civil and Political Up heaval in the history of the world. 'UNCLE TOM'S CABIN' Is a motion picture based on the greatest crisis through whieh that country has ever moved. A motion picture based on a book of which more copies have been printed and circulated than any other publica tion in the world with the excep tion of the Holy Bible. 'UNCLE TOM'S CABIN' As a pieture it is the sensation of the world. It was eighteeu months in tho making. Its total i-ost was nearly Two Millions. It is an epic of the screen, a living breathing poignant transcription of the dark est hours of America's past. presented on TUES., WED., THURS. 22—23—24 AND NORTHAMPTON, SATUBDAY 26th, with ? an atmospheric prologue featuring: BABY EDYTH .STRA...

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THE R.M.S. NARKUNDA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 19 January 1929

THE RMS. NARKUNDA A fine view of the Narkunda swinging into midstream at Fremantle, to eonti nue her voyage to the Eastern States. ' Among the pa,-^eiiyoi- from abrsKul were.— (Top left), Mr. I. F. Bowatcr; of Bowater's (Australia) Ltd., suppliers of news mint. (Eight), Senator W. Carroll (W.A). (Bolvom left), Mr. Mornco Williams, retired general manager of the London Bank of Australia, Ltd., Melbourne. (Eight), Capt. tho Hon C. H. MulholJand, C.1S.K., D..S.O., O.B.E., secretary to the Governor General of Australia, from 1923 to 1925. (Blocks by courtesy of 'The West Australian.')

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

For Your Savings There are two good methods of using the Savings Account as a provision against the future. To provide as far as possible for the unexpected expense; to save as much and as often as you can-the - ordinary SV^^S'fnSSf' a convenient business-like method and a return of 4 per cent interest. For the expected expense, use the Commonwealth Savings ^ PL E POSE ACCOUNT You know the amount you need and the time wnen you wiU need it The Purpose Account will help you accomplish your purpose. information from any Branch of the OlbnimonwcattbSavinQSJfBankof Hustralia IF IT'S HARDWARE, IT'S HERE i Our wide range of Stocks provides for .every want, and clients can confidently rely on the prompt and faithful execution of all orders entrusted to our care. SEE US FOR:— All Builders' Hardware 'Expanet' Expanded Steel Reinforcement for Concrete 'BB' and 'Expamet' Lathings for Plaster 'Exemt' Reinforcement 'Atlas' White Portland Cement 'Pudlo' Water-proofing Compound 'Siderosthen' — the ...

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