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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

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Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

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Letter to the Editor The Recreation Ground MAINTENANCE REQUIRED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Letter to the Editor ? ^ ? The Recreation Ground ? MAINTENANCE REQUIRED Sir, — In reference to the remarks i made by Cr. Shepheard as reported iu the ''Geraldtun Guardian'' of the 26th ' ult. we would point out that Cr. Shep heard has rather tactlessly evaded the issue. We appreciate the fact that the are brigade demonstration at Queens I 'ark is of considerable importance to the town. This factor, however, should not exclude the iiof'inaL maintenance of ? the re-.*reatii»u ground, which is also ? Council property. 1'he town clerk (Mr. ; IJ. W. Carter* was rather disparaging i in his remarks to one of the members of the Geraldton National Football Association with regard to expenditure j on the ground. Apparently his memory j is short-lived, because it is a known ! fact that approximately £000 has been j spent by the respective sporting bodies i ou the recreation ground which, after ; all, is Council property, and yet the i Council is quiTe content to expend £3(»5 ; -:ti Queen's Tar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

YOUR NEWSPAPER! NO MONEY YOU SPEND BUYS MORE. AND NOTHING WORTH WHILE YOU BUY COSTS Ls£S&

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Outlawing Pickets MOVES IN QUEENSLAND Successful Police Action MORE TRAINS RUNNING Brisbane, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Outlawing Pickets ? ? ? MOVES IN QUEENSLAND Successful Police Action MORE TRAINS RUNNING Brisbane. March 10. Without clashes, police enforcing the Queensland Government's new picket sruashing law .stopped picketing at the major strike centres to-day. No arrests were made, but. the police took names of the leaden^ in several case? Police from count ryjkreas packed int-j Brisbane la.** night 'r-r to-day's lest of the new law. j Meanwhile the Trades Hal) Disputes Committee ordered all pickets to their ; posts, but told them to go quietly if ] arrested until the gaols . were over- j flowing. | Typical tactics were those of the : police and the pickets early to-day at ; the Shell Oil depot and the main 1'iris bane railway yards. These have been the most heavily picketed during the last few days. About eighty i-olkv massed at the Shell depot, while seventy-seven pickets marched alon.i the. road about 7.20 a.m. The pickets then lurued about and headed for the main railway yard about a m.le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Vutitrf&t/ [OAKS/ 'toMM* . ^^^0^&^^^^^^ clkaAWy, trufifcfc/ fewl! W^im^^**^^ ijbb onJL XMuwufa CimtoMima JtfttiM/lfc, Wmjwu ^mju ufinv vLafc rtuJz£6 uouh, i^ffu XcvL duw — uawovoia, Pt. 38.113 l^Him^S FlJTDR^J For a quarterly outlay, so small that you will not notice it, you can ensure that your son (or daughter) will have the money to go to the University. Or you can arrange that he will receive a given sum — say £200, £500, or what not — when he is 21 or 25, or at any age you nominate. You could do no finer thing for your boy (or girl) than ensure to him the best possible education. A few shillings a week will do it. Ask that ve send a representative to talk it over with you. — AMP ^OflFTY— i AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. \ Principal Board: - Cecil H. lla=kio*. Chairman. Sir Frr.i.-1-irlw H. Tout, Deputy Chairman. J. Hubert Fsirfei. K\ A. Markay. Dr. S. A. Smith. Sepiiiruf C. h..-e, Hon.. T. A. J. Playfair, M.L.C HEAD OFFICE.- 87 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, NS.W. C...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Start, SaviiK) fwiTH AN f'M .ACCOUNT / IN THE COMMONWEALTH XjaMtt4& BANK EVERY BANKING FACfLITy AVAILABLE AT ALL BRANCHES CS8-22-42 i ' ~ ? ^pPi| Sj ^i/]ifi^T'ie Commfftee of London i ^BBjMk tfn H^Wflff I Km ^oof Brokers announce : 5^33^^ g^itu |p'\fflf j|jj the establishment of an ?r^ S^lV^F v^ Australian Office at 447 HB^ ^^ ^ % Collins St., Melbourne. \ \ \ \ ^PP'y +° *m's address \ \ \ \ for full details of ^^ \~ \ \ the London '* \ \ \ \ 'Spot11 market. T WHAT THE \ \ \ \ LONDON MARKET \ \ \ \ MEANS TO \ \ \\ ? WOOL GROWERS A \ \\ \ I. No delay in selling. \ ^j^SgXiS^&x^ 5. FUubility of offering. 4Plilii&»^ 6. No difficulty in shipping. ePJJJIsSf THE COMMITTEE OF LONDON WOOL BROKERS Balme 6 Thomas m Burton. Ronald. Du Croz & Co. Hughes, Willans. IrweU & Co. ? Jazomb Hoare & Co. Schwarfze. Buchanan & Co. ? Windeler & Co. Australian Office: 447 Collins Street, Melbourne I ? — ? r— ? — _ ? . ji Boys and Youths* Clothe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Advertising Rates I Five Ordinary words to I Line j Miscellaneous— All adver tisements under this : heading are charged at 7-L per line with mini mum of 2/-. 'Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 3/- per m Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum -r- lines), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages, Fun - era I and Memoriam Notices — Minimum -5 liuesl, 3/«. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read ing matter, 7d. i#er line

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Wethers and Lambs Erratic EWES KEENLY SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Wethers and Lambs Erratic EWES KEENLY SOUGHT Hie reoeut drop in the price at shee}5 skius resulted in an erratic demand for wethers ;inU lambs ar the Uu mock sales at Midland Junction on Wednesday. Opening rates lV.r wetliers were 2/ eusier Inn as auctioning progressed prices Sinned. Closing rates tor lines with good skins were linn but thosa of niediuin quality eased again. The mar ket i-»r lambs opened about 1/- lower but values firmed as the sales continued only to fall away again at the close. Kw;»s did not appear to be affected by the lower- skin [trice and keener bidding was forthcoming at each successive sale, the market being firm to 2/ dearer. Owing to the very bad delivery of sheep and lambs to the yards by the railways, those saies were prolonged unduly with the result that :he cattle had to be held over until to-day. Sheep Ci.S19 yarded): Prices:— Wethers: IJi-st hcavyweiglit, 4\i/- to 30/-: good niediuiuweighr. 43/- to 40/-; g*iod Ujrhtweiglit, 38/- to 42/-: medium, tWi...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Fat Stock Markets Midland junction Saies CATTLE VALUES FIRM Competition was steady throughout nt the i'at «iul« .sales at Midland Junc tion on 'i'ueso.tv and jiriws for all classes remained tirui. Tim yai-diuj? oi 7l-.3 beu-sts inc-luded a uuiulmr oi peus of mediuij] t-» heavy weifrlit bulluclcs iu goijd condition, some consignments | of well-finished steers ami a good offering ct cows jn frouj medium to | good order. The quality, generally, j was not up to the previous week's hijrh ] standard. | Quotations: (Jood weighty l»ulloc-kp. £21 to £23 : good uiediuuiweight, £18 to £20: jro«id stwi-s, £H5 to £1S (odd pens hijrhei) ; good li^hiweight steers, i £13/10/- to £15/10/-; -good weighty cows, £1(5 to £18: inediuiuweight, £13 to £14/10/-; good lightweight, £11/10/ to £12/10/-; medium cmditiou, £7 to £0: plain aud rough, lower. Store cattle, aged bullocks, plain condition, £9/o/- to £10/17/13: aged cows, store condition, £7/10/-; young rows, store condition, £7 to £» : yearling heifer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

NO^HISTORICJIOMES I Yi 5 9 \ 1 Picturesque 'Wonnerup House' wcs m \ built in 1859 by the son of the original / \ George Layman. Sheltered by trees, it § \ follows the early traditions of archi- I J tecture with its stone structure and pit \ / sown timbers. The beoutifu! wrought \ ^?^ iron gates mounted on storte pi I tars ^0 £ ' were erected in memory of George ^^ ^^ Loymon who came to Western ^~^ ^^ Australia in 1829 at the age of 18. ^\ ? f and was speared by natives in' 1841. \~ ^- Nearby stands the ta!l fuort by which prf S he was buried before his bodv was n. *^ removed to the churchyard of St. Mary's #** S Church in Busseltcn. . \ ^ Published as a Tribute to our pioneers f I .. by The Swon Brewery Company Limited, I lA makers of Swan Lager. \ For delicious summer meals For a delicious summer meal for the whole family try Watsonia Pressed Corned Beef! . . . It is . made from the finest meats by 'Watsonia' of 'Ham and : Bacon' fame, and is a real treat with crisp, cool salads, ;...

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CRICKET Upper Chapman Association CONCLUDING MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

CRICKET ? «. ? . Upper Chapman Association i CONCLUDING MATCHES \ The first series of matches in the coii vluding round of the season's premier ship fixtures of thv Upper Chapman Cricket Association were played on Sunday lasr. In a match between Yuna No. 1 and Xabawa played on the hitter's ground the visitors were defeated by 'M tuns. i'he homy team batted tirst for 'i--3 runs, but practically tiie wllole of this | t.oral was contributed by four batsmen, ao less than six members of the team being dismissed for the proverbial | 'duck.' One of the opening hatsmeii j in L. Oniper was lop-scorer with 71 ! runs compiled in g«.md style, whilst Kel diddle UV1\ was sfill unctiiiquiTeil ; when the last wicket fell. Two other , d-iuble-ligure scorers were K. A. Crid- ; die (37) and J. Jupp T-3). and the ' bowling honors wi-iv sliaretl by live members of the visiting team. The ! response of Yuna No. 1 was 111! runs. ? to which total the chief contributors' were K. Stokes (3.'-- and N. Cridd'e ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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CYCLING Activities of Geraldton Club HANDICAPS FOR SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

CYCLING Activities of ijGeraldton Club HANDICAPS FOR SUNDAY Pending the advent of cooler weather conditions, the committee of ihe Ger aldton Cycle Club has decided to con duct races over short distances for the remainder of the summer season, and the event Jor Sunday next will therefore be over a course of three miles on i Will cock Drive. For this race the i following handicaps have been allot ted : — 1 First Heat— L. MoKillop, scr. : It. j McCagh, 20 sees. : B.' Manners, 30 sees. ; I L. Marsh and M. McAulilfe. 31 sec*., j B. McKillop, 40 sws. : J. Hackshall. M. ClarksiHi and (J. McAuliffe. 4.'- sees. Second Heat — It. McAuliffe. .'i sees.; B. Dunne, 1.'i sees.; -J. AHender and. j W. CKrien. 30 se'-s. ; I». Sharpe and j It. Coote, 3u sei-s. ; P. White, 40 sees. ; iJ. Fitzgerald and P. Dornan, 4H sees. j The riders in the junior event will ; be handicapped at the starting point. lu 1'mS. when Queen Elizabeth went to the throne, it was customary for citizen's 'to pay a tax- of .*-/- ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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LOCAL WATER RESTRICTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

LOCAL WATER RESTRICTIONS During the State eleeridn campaign of last year a special feature vim made by all candidates for the Gerald ten seat of the water needs of the u-wn. whilst the subject has also been featured prominently in addresses deliv ered by aspirants for political honor^ at elections for the Central Province of the Legislative Council in recent years, and there is no reason to doubt the sincerity of the numerous speakers who have addressed themselves to this problem, and of the awareness of those concerned of the serious predicament which confronts Geraldton because of ilie !a-_ic of wuJe.r i' servo the lwiuire- . liieiiis ii the town and immediate dis- ; irict. However, Geraldioti's position is jterhajts uin unique in this respect, but the history of the local scheme makes rather :s dismal picture characterised by patcl.work and makeshift efforts, which in the aggregate have never functioned in such a way as to give complete satisfaction. Many factors ? could be cited...

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Local Accommodation Heavy Holiday Bookings ESSENTIAL WORKERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

L®cal Accommodation Heavy Holiday Bookings ESSENTIAL WORKERS UUttl the middle of April all accom modation in Geraldton for visitors is booked out and the only possibility of providing f-:r additional holiday makers is if any who have made reservation should cancel their arrangements. In stating this to-day the secretary of Hie Geraldton Progress and Tourist Association (Mr. J. McKay) said that already arrangements had been iuade to accommodate about 500 firemen in flie town for the annual demonstration to be held during the Easto/ vacation. The problem had been furtfcgr accen tuated by large numbers froSi the dis trict who would visit the town to par ticipate in tiie annual tournament of the Victoria District Tennis Associa tion. Many applications have been received. for bookings on the bus ser vice of the Midland Railway Company during the holidays and those desirous of travelling by this means should make early application for seats. The accommodation for holidayniakers at the Abr...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Workers and Meals Quip at Council Meeting BOARDING-HOUSE HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Workers and Meals Quip ai Council Meeting BOARDING-HOUSE HOURS The diUiculty experienced by certain workers in obtaining meals at 'stated hours' was referred tv at last night's meeting of the Geraldtou Muuicipal Council by Cr. G. E. Marsh, who inquired it the local governing auth ority had any jurisdiction as to liift liivtirs during which meals should be served in boarding houses. He ex plained that a controversy was raging amongst workers on this subject and many of the men ct.mplaiued that they w re unable to obtain meals at 'stated hours.' He heard reference made to the matter at all 'pick-ups'' for water side work and he would like some pub lic pronouncement to be made regard ing the subject. He had already explained his doubts as to any power that the Council had in this respect. The town clerk (Mr. It. ^T. Carter) oxplaim--l thar the Council was the licensing authority for boarding li/Hises. but' whatever jwnvers rliey had in regard to the conduct of rhese estab lishments was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

BOYS WEAR OBTAINABLE AT J Tel. 116 ? GERALDTON ? Tel. 118 TWO STAR SPECIALS! I JL Boys' Navy Cotton Drill Knickers at *J/ V J the lowest price ever Three \ Coupons I JL Boys' All-Wool Navy Cheviot Knick- 4/6 $ ^ ers — Wonderfud Value at an Extra ' ;! I Special Price *hree - Coupons ; fHATS! HATS! EATS! ? ! ?! Boys' Featherweight Straw Helmets, j»4 I ^y ! !; cool, shady and smart and adjustable to / ; j! any size each \ I YOUTHS' TROUSERS 32/6 !| Youths* College Grey Melange Long Three and j J Trousers, smartly cut in sizes ! 3 to 16 Six ! s Coupons s I COLLEGE KNICKERS i/»/q| ;j Boys' Dark Grey Super Quality Melange ?* ^/ ^ jl ?I Knickers, all sizes, best make and most Three 1; ;j serviceable for hard wear. Coupons ^ BOYS' SHIRTS ^ Large and Varied Stocks have just arrived and mothers ; \ are therefore invited to make a choice from this new 5 wide range. These are but a few Quality Lines oiiering at Willocks j 6/1 1 ? Grey Oxford Shirts ? 6/1 1 7/9 ? — Blue or Fawn Ranger Shirts ? 7...

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DULCY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

\ Printed and published JuPAIfred K. ; Ander**»;i. --r' 13:! aEU-aAy Street. Ger I aldt.m, for Uu; pwB*f!etors. GeraJdtoil 'Newspapers miux^r. at the 'Guar- dian' Itoiittdfe^ !-.'» Marino Torraev?, C!eraWtoff,^W8stera Austral!*..

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CHAPTER III [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

cHAi'TKi; iir I Tiettirninjr fr-iiii ifie piU;ir-lxix to her hKlirinirs. «'herry w.-is uveriitkeii in tin i I common eniry by the man John Silcox, who thrusf tiis hiisiiiess card upon her and siirnilied his intention of accom panying her upstairs for. a confidential i talk. wLth .her and her liusbami. S^he ?read outhe cai'd. 'Sileos arid Brown. f Private luquiry Ajrents,' and drew hack, looking puzzled 'I don t under stand,' she said. 'Yon are quite unknown to me. and my husband is sick, and must not be disturbed. Say whatever you have to say here.'' '1'iii sorry Mr. Slater i* indisposed,'' tie it»j»lied suavely, 'but a.s for your no: understiindinjr. that's pretence. iJy card explains my errand. 1 ;im Sili-ox. and Hrown is my partner. We are in swuvh of Anne, Turvis. tlie runaway ward of .Mr. Andrew %.7:trdine, of tht firni of Jardine and Jardine, cott-m brokers. .Alilcht'srer. She left home three 'months ajro in a fir of temper and came to Scotland. Messrs. Jardine instructed us t...

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