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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

Y^ASTEPAPEE.— Good clean News paper, always for sale at market rates, at Geraldton Newspapers, Lim ited, ' Guardian' Buildings, 125 Mar ine Terrace.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

ARE YOUR CAMERAS READY FOR GERALbTON WEEK? They Can Be Repaired and Overhauled - FREE! AT— MURDOCH'S PHARMACY SAME DAY SERVICE

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WOMEN RESCUED TEA ROOMS DESTROYED BY FIRE Melbourne, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

WOMEN RESCUED TEA BOOMS DESTROYED BY USE Melbourne, January, 2.L Narrow- escapes from being burnt to death , were experienced by Mrs. Haigh and a girl employed at Sunny tea rooms, - wliieh were destroyed by fire at Ferntrce Golly this morning. ?; The women were rescued' by Mr: Boss, railway engine driver, with the, aid' of a ladder. The building, a two stqrey^^struetore, .was -completely des troyeoL, , '.

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL ? . ? -v- udunicipal Council. — After a vacation extending over about five weeks the Municipal Council will resume its meet ings to-morrow night. Death of a Pensioner.— John Byrne, aged 70, an old age pensioner, died in the Government Hospital yesterday. De ceased was once the caretaker of the Bluff Point Butter and Bacon, Factory. Roman Catholic Services. — Mass will be (celebrated at St. Francis Xavier'c Cathedral -on Sunday next at 7 a.m. only. Mass will be celebrated at Wak afvay, at 9 a.m. by the Rev. Father Hal pin. Seaman Cautioned.- — Before the Act ing KM. (Mr. E. Y. Butler) in iBe Pol ice Court this morning, Karl Victor Nil sen, a seaman, pleaded guilty to being drunk in Dnrlacher-street yesterday, xte ystis discharged with. a. caution on the payment of 4/- eosts. Protect Tonr Eyes. — When you are on the beach daring Geraldton Week wear smoked Masses and save your eyes from the painful glare. They pro tect the eyes front the blown sand ani prevent i...

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CLEANING UP CHICAGO BIG POLICE SWEEP 2,600 PERSONS ARRESTED Chicago, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

CLEANING UP CHICAGO ? -♦- ? BIG POLICE SWEEP 2,600 PERSONS ARRESTED Chicago, January 21. The police commenced a sweeping* Irivo through the city on Saturday iguinst criminals, and by this morning *liey had arrested 2,000 persons. Every gaol in Chicago is filled anJ die raids arc being continued.

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THE GAS SUPPLY INDIGNANT PROTEST AGAINST INCREASE COUNCIL'S ACTION [?] (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

THE GAS SUPPLY INDIGNANT PROTEST AGAINST INCREASE COUNCIL'S ACTION GBXTICXflpI- (To the Editor) Sir, — Kindly extend to me space for ventilating the grievance of many in dignant gas consumers. At the last meeting of the Town Council, when discussing the protest voiced by representatives of the rate payers against a proposed increase in the price of gas, as far as I can re collect, an assurance was given that no increase would be made in the price of gas during December, and that the whole matter was in abeyance until the next meeting of the Council. Further a -councillor stated the pro posed increased charge would be trivial, something in the neighborhood of ten ponce or elevenpence on the average account. What is actually the position? There is the inexcusable breach of faith with the people, whom the Council induced to buy expensive gas stoves on the score of fuel economy, in that a price was quoted for gas on a basis making their argument acceptable, and a month after this campai...

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LIFEBOAT LOST EIGHT MEN DROWNED. London Jan. 18 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

LIFEBOAT LOST EIGHT MEN DROWNED. London Jan. IS The special correspondent of tho 'Times' at the Hague reports that five bodies of the crew of eight of Ibc Dutch lifeboat, who were drowncii while attempting to aid the disable. Latvian steamer Volka. have been re covered. Six of the men were married, and leave 38 children between them. The disaster occurred during a storm in the Hook of Holland. A secona lifeboat which was stranded, was re floated and after battling with the seas for 17 hours, rescued 23 passengers The captain and wireless operator ai«? still aboard the steamer ? y

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1929 EXIT AMANULLAH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

'(Ihr (geruibum (Sumbntn & -£xpr&0 TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1929 EXIT AMANULLAH That serio-comic monarch Amanullah of Afghanistan has been obliged to a precipitate and ungraceful exit from the little stage upon which he strutted and postured for nearly nine years. His passing will probably .^Jbe unlamcntcd by those very diplomatists who made of ' his tour o¥* Europe last year something in the nature of a trium phal procession. Their motives were quite obvious on the surface of things. At that time, Amanullah appeared to be as firmly seated upon the despotic throne of Afghanistan as any monarch who has recently occupied that uneasy scat; and Afghanistan is on the high road to India. It does not require a esoteric knowledge of international di plomacy to realise how much is summed up.in that short phrase. It is hardly too much to say that a friendly Afghanis tan is vitally necessary to Britain; it is equally obvious that if Russia had been able to win the fickle and rather...

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SURF CARNIVAL AT COTTESLOE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

SURF CARNIVAL AT COTTESLOE . A Cottesloe Surf CamivaL A lif craving team in action-iW beft jnan entering tte water.

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OIL SUPPLIES BIG SHIPMENT AVAILABLE THIS WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

OIL SUPPLIES BX0 SHIPMENT AVAILABLE THIS WEEK. The big shipment or cased fuel which was brought' direct by the Shell Com pany a week or so ago will be released on Thursday. The delay has been due to the fact that certain Customs for ma litities have to be observed, but it is anticipated when the next shipment arrives no delay will be felt by custom ers, as there will -be ample stocks jn hand. A shipment of semi-bulk supplies is expected at an early date, and possibly customers may find priees slightly eas ier. Bulk supplies will not be possible until adequate arrangements- can be made for discharging the oil, and un der existing conditions this, is not feas ible. 'What's in' a name?' Among the house names in one London suburb an 'Little Home,' 'Ah Wai,' *EroUne' 'None Snugger,' a«d 'Dun-roamin.'

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BLAZE NEAR PINJARRA TOWNSHIP THREATENED Perth, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

BLAZE NEAR PINJARRA — — ? — — * TOWNSHIP TTTRBflTffWf' , Perth, January 2± ; Damage to the extent of thousaads . -;.-', of pouuds was done by a bosh fin^ _ :^'', which, enveloped the greater part zta£ - -;. '? ~_~ North Dandalup, nine miles aortb.''«£ : .- 1'inja.rra, yesterday afternoon.. Driven. ? -:_ _ northwards by a fierce wind, the flames advanced upon the township before pro- - ._.' -\ ventive xnua^-urcs could be taken, and - fed by large stacks of timber owned '??;,, by Whittaker Bros., they threatened to ' r de.-troy the town. Unable to quell 'the blaze the iahab Hants stopped its progress by a. break ?~'-'-':i and saved their homesteads only after -_ ? an arduous fight extending into the ; night. Most of the damage 'was sus tained by Whittaker Bros. . - : Young Teacher (to class of small ;~; 'i:: boys, wishing to introduce her lesson, . v 'A Voyage to Scotland'): 'Koir, ;^ which of you lias been to SeotiaadF- - ?'' _.:- SmaU Boy: 'Me, miss: ' Teacher: V 'Well, tell me, did...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

? ?'''?'?'ti»imlim»!iiiHiHHiiminiMMltinniam«MMaM -:' =' ~ ? -?.«-.?--.?« i I have I^.Ti | ACCOMMODATIOillll | FOR THIRTY VISITORS FOE '~tT—;; | GEKALDTON WEEK #*£-!. I At KIA ORA HOUSE V'-l z ? m ? «? ? . ' I (Next to National Bank) 1 |Apply— WALTER H. WUJjCOCKSf : I ? I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

HANDY FOODS ENGLISH FILLET, KIPPERS, POLONEY, SAVELOYS, GARLIC SAUSAGE, FRITZ COOKED CORN BEEF AND HAM BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE. KIA ORA TEA ROOMS WALTER H. WILLCOCKS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

GEORGE LESTER UNDERTAKER Funerals Conducted in any Part of the District. Agent Jor: Perth Monumental Works. Alliance Assurance Co. Address — 18/20 FORREST ST.. GEKALDTON. CHEAPER! THAN PEBTH ONLY THE BEST LINES STOCKED Our Motto is 'Better Service at Lower Cost.' Country Orders Attended to promptly. GIVE US A TRIAL SYDNEY FONG FAT&ILY GBOCEB MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON Phone 69.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

THE GERALDTON j GUARDIAN & EXPRESS | PUBLISHED DAILY * At 5 p.m. (6 p.m. Saturdays). Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Free). 3 months ? 13/- 6 months ? 25/6 9 months ? 38/- 12 months ? 50/- Booked: — 14/- per quarter (post free). Scale of Advertising Sates. Classified columns for Advertise ments will appear in the 'Geraldton Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires. Rates for Ordinary Type Set and Display Advertisements: — Casual Advertisements, 4/- per inch. 25in. up to lOOin. to be used witlin 6 months, 3/- per jingle column inch. lOOin, up to 250in. to be used within 12 months, 2/6 per single eoluntn 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. ^.E»ch additional line -60. Deaths, Marriages, Engagements and Fune...

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LONDON TO FREMANTLE FAST STEAMER SERVICE. Melbourne, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

LONDON TO FREMANTLE FAST STEAMER SERVICE. Melbourne, January 22. Beginning with the Largs Bay which leaves London to-day, a speeding up in the passenger and mail services be tween Britain and Fremantle 'will take place, with the result that the trip from Britain to Fremantle will take 29 days. It is the first big move by Lord Kyl saut to carry out his promise to im prove our shipping services, following the purchase of the Bay liners. Leaving London at 0 p.m. to-day the Largs Bay will embark passengers at Southampton, leaving the latter port at noon to-morrow. TSovr the time table provides for arrival at Fre mantle on February 21, after calls at Malta, Port Said and Colombo. All Bay boats will strictly observe the 29 days' schedule in future. The oversea . mail contract provides for a speed of .14 knots, find instrue. tions have been issued that the Bay vessels must average not less than 14.4 knots an hour. This innovation should obviate the bitter complaints regard ing late mails.<...

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NEW PAPAL STATE THE SUGGESTED AGREEMENT DETAILS OF PRINCIPAL POINTS Rome, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

NEW PAPAL STATE THE SUGGESTED AGREE MENT DETAILS OF PRINCIPAL POHT3S - ~ - Rome, January IS. A highly trustworthy informant ex plains tho exact position in the discus sions for the settlement of the Bonaa question. No binding instrument has been signed. The position is that aa * agreement has been reached in principle relating to the basis of discnssHM if and whon the official ncgotiatkms itotr - ~ ~ ~V mally open. ~ ~ - - : This agreement was embodied ia a'~ memorandum which was signed on .Jan uary 14. The more important {mints are: — ' - ? (1) The Italian Government recog nises the Pope to be sovereign of a. small and completely independent P* pal State. The Pope recognises Italy's temporal sovereignty of the former Papal State. (2) Several hundred adjoining acres would be included with a portion of Janiculum, but, needless to say, exclud ing Garibaldi 's statue. This clause was specially difficult because it is difficult to judge Italian opinion regarding even the trifling aliena...

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AGRICULTURAL BANK FURTHER HELP TOE SETTLERS Perth, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

AGRICULTURAL BANK FURTHER TTKiyp FOR SETTLERS Perth, January 21. For the week ended January 11, the Agricultural Bank made advances to settlers totalling £14,850. Details: — For clearing, £11,114; water conservation, £588; fencing, £1,1SG; stock, £240; machinery, £610; building, £875; other items, £237. During the period 42 applications were approved for 12,325 acres pf land, and an expenditure of £11,114. Since July 1, 1928, to January 11, 1929, there have been 1314 approvals for 326,810' acres, involving an expenditure of £344)981.

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SEAMEN'S UNION AN IMPORTANT MOVE W.A. REGISTRATION Perth, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

SEAMEN'S UNION AN IMPORTANT MOVE W.A. REGISTEATIOlf Perth. Januarr 22. Finality was. reached yesterday when the application .of the iSeaui.cn ?s Union of. 'Western Australia for registration under the State Arbitration Act when the Registrar (Mr. Frank Walsh) an nounced that -he h:ul granted the union a certificate of registration. Questioned subsequently concerning (ke registration of the union, the secret ary (Mr. Houghton), said it would briii^ into operation one of the fine, t agree ments : existing in maritime -circles in the 'world— that betwtren tho scan-cu and the State Shipping Service. Th« registration was brought about despite the continucl opposition of sonic per sons, both inside and outside the union, who tried to deny local seamen tli- right tt- protect their own interests. Hostess: 'Why don't you bring your brother with you?' Gentleman: 'We tossed to sec who' : hould come. ' ' Host ess: 'And vou won.' Gentleman: 'No I lost.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

The Committee Expect Over A Thousand Visitors for the Opening of the Week ! Hundrcd;j of Sport Lovers .will bo attending this great battle for the title. Be Wise — BOOK NOW ! KIT BURNIE V. LES. BOWTELL (Challenger) (Champion) SATURDAY, JAN. 26, '29 TOWN HALL,- GERALDTON, Box Plan at Webb and Dornan's. , - Phone 111 NOW!

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