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COLTS AT CRICKET WESTS MAKE 197 SOUTHS REPLY WITH 121 Perth, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

COLTS AT CRIGKET WESTS MAKE 197 SOUTHS REPLY WITH 121 Perth, January 22. The Colts match between Western Australia and South Australia, com menced on the W-A.C__.N Ground on Saturday was continued yesterday and to-day. Scores: WESTERN AUSTRALIA. First Innings. \ F. Bryant, b Teagle ? 8 Drew, c Dcvcrson, b Songster ... 53 Horrocks, c Walker, b Catchlove . 42 McEae, stpd- Walker, b Brunt ... .4 Wilbcrforce, stpd. Walker, b Brant 26 Bromley, b Sangster ? 4 E. Bryant, c Dcverson, b Brunt: ... 5 Harding, b Devcrson ? 5 Inverarity, not out ............ 28 Webster, run out ............;... 11 Halconibe, c Walker, b Deverson . . 4 Sundries ? . 7 Total ? 197 Second Innings ' . ' ,?? Drew, not out ? 62 F. Bryant, c sub., b Brunt ? 20 Horrocks, not out ? . i 64 Sundries ? 6 Total for 1 wieket V. ...... .,152 SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings Walker, b Halcombe ? 0 Sangster, b Halcombe ? j.. 2 Starr, c Inverarity, b Halcombe'.. 0 Lonergan, c Bromley, b Inverarity 39 Williams, b Inverarity ? 10 Cat...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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EXPLOSION OF GAS. ANOTHER LONDON EXPERIENCE London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

EXPLOSION OF GAS. ANOTHER LONDON EXPER IENCE London, January. ZO. A gas explosion occurred yesterday beneath a London Street, and two win dows of two shops in High-street were blown out. ' Passers-by had miraculous escapes. Flames spurted high above the pave ment and firemen were' over an hour -subduing- them....

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RAPID SCORING HENDRY HITS OUT Melbourne, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

RAPID SCORING HENDRT HITS OUT Mclmourae, .January 19. In district cricket to-day, H. l-. Hen dry scored 203 in 208 minutcs-and never gave a chance.

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SUPERFLUOUS CLOTHES NEW ZEALAND REVOLT Auckland, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

SUPERFLUOUS CLOTHES NEW -SSALAND- EEVOLT . Auckland, January 20. The weather here, as in other part; of the Dominion, has been very hot during the last few days. The Medi cal Health Officer (Dr. Chesson) says that the quantity of clothing under which men struggle, even in the hot test weather, is ridiculous and pitiable. He advocates opening a reform cam paign, and during the past few days many city men ignored fashion and dis carded coats and collars, thus securing a rednction of their discomfort.

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BRITISH MINERS PRINCE OF WALES' INTEREST TOUR OF STRICKEN DISTRICTS London, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

BRITISH MINERS PRINCE OF WALES' INTEREST TOUR OF STRICKEN DISTRICTS London, January 2L The 'Daily News' states that the Prince of Wales will shortly tour 6ome of the principal coalfields to see the distress among the 300,000 unemployed miners and their families. . He will visit their homes, view dere lict collieries, and observe the stagna tion into which some of the areas hav? sunk, gaining first-hand knowledge be fore further broadcasting an appeal for funds. The Prince has intimated that he does not want x:ivic rcceptio'ns ' or cere monies.

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AEROPLANE CRASH FARMER KILLED BODY MUTILATED LUCKY ESCAPE OF AIRMEN Sydney, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

AEROPLANE CRASH FARMER KSLbED . BODY MUTILATED LTjCKY ESCAPE OF AIRMEN Sydney, January 21. Criirhing on to cultivated laud i:t CotfiwaJliu, near the Ixichuiond acrj drome, to-day a moth aeroplane killed a farmer, and, bursting into flames, was destroyed. The pilot and mechanic es caped with abrasions, but suffered seri ously from shock. : The farriier, Albert Smith (50), was shockingly mutilated, his head being cut off at the chin by the propeller. The pilot, Sergeant Bobert Souier ville (26). was accompanied by Leading Aircraftsman Milgate. This morning Albert Smith and his . son, James, left his home at Bichmond for his fruit and vegetable farm at Cornwallis. He was at work when the aeroplane flew over the farm. Look ing up at the aeroplane, which was fly ing low, he recognised Spmerville, who was a friend of the Smith family, an-.l who waved to him from the cockpit of the machine. Smith waved his hat to tho airmen and tho aeroplane circled round the farm only about 150 feet above...

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BOXING THE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

BOXING THE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIOii i SHIP. That Kit Burnie will .-fcnoc-k out Bowtell befoic the stipulated time of the bout has elapsed is the firm con tention of hundreds of Goldfield 's sup porters who will be h-re on Saturday uight to see the battlo for the title Short and massive with Iris '\vond«vf nlly developed torso supported l-y an equal J lv fine pair of well developed legs Bur- ] nie has a fine ahtletic figure' A recent acquisition to the ring he has uad sev en fights and has disposed of all his men in short time with tins exception of George Singleton, whom ho t'ougii* when at the top of his form, Single ton having just gained the title. He lo.-t narrowly after putting Singleton down for nine in the fifth round. His preparation, as lie was to nicer Bowtell, on Boxing Day in Moekailuirra has been a lengthy one and he is aiotv in splendid condition. Together with the .champion lie will give an exhibit ion at the Kings Theatre on IViday night. Lady: 'What shall 1 do doctor? ...

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BIG BLAZE IN HULL £250,000 DAMAGE London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

BIG BLAZE IN HULL — £250,000 DAMAGE - Lonaron, January 19. In four streets in the heart of Hull, ten set§ of buildings were involved in a tremendous fire to-day. The dam age is estimated at £250,000. The flames spread with such rapidity that the police had to break in door-j in order to rush sleepers from their beds to safety. Magistrate (to tramp cnarged with begging): 'You look a strapping sort of man. Why donrt you work?' Tramp: 'I'm willing to work, sir, if I could get the sort of job I want.' 'What job is that?' 'Well, sir I wouldn't mind calling out the stopping places on a Pacific liner.'

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SURFBOAT SWAMPED [?] LOST [?] January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

SURFBOAT SWAMPED TI Si LIVES LOST Jdand, January 20. The swamp: 3f a surf boat at Mar akopa, near K-j 'ia, to-day, -resulted ia the less of th lives. A party of ?; -en was testing the boat preparatol to surfing bales of wool to a stcan .-. The first breakers were successful^ negotiated^, and the boat was reaching the second line, when It was ovcrfairaed by a tremendous wave. Joha jRiddell (45), station own er, and CJiijiie Maikuku, a Maori; were drowne^ V Jpour other loan swam ashore eafyj^j^. Another,* im-'JPei, u ££aori) was oh'-tee poiat-of ??caching the ? shore, in an. exhausted state, when a huge wave dashed him on to the rocks, inflicting terrible injuries from whicli he. died. - E-idgdcll was married but had no fam ily. The two other deceased were married, with large families.

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A SEA MYSTERY AGED YACHTSMAN'S DISAPPEARANCE Adelaide, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

A SEA MYSTERY AGED YACHTSMAN'S DISAPPEAR ANCE Adelaide, January 19. Iiiquiries by the police yesterday fail ed to: reveal the whereabouts of Daniel James Taylor (74), of Prince-street, Al bcrton, who has been missing since Tuesday, when, it is understood, he left Port Adelaide in the 21-foot cutter Janthe ou a cruise to Port WakefieM. The cutter, with sails set. was founJ 30 miles from Port Adelaide on Thurs day evening. Taylor built the cutter three years ago', and had often made trips to pass the time away. .

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PILLION RIDER FALLS SERIOUS INJURIES Perth, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

PILLION RIDER FALLS SEBIOOS INJURIES . Perth, January 21. A fractured skull, a broken left arm, and abrasions were received by Mary Whittaker (17), of Hilda-street, .West Subiaco, when she fell .from the pillion seat of a motor cycle and was hit by a ear in Albany-road, Victoria Park, last night. The rider of the cycle, Alfre 1 Edward Dickenson, of Ninth'-a venue, Maylands, stated that* the accident oc curred while he was avoiding a col lision with the car. Miss Whittaker, whose condition is serious, was taken in: the St. John am bulance to the Perth Hospital. Mr. C. A. Gardner has been appoint ed to the dual position of Government Botanist and Curator of the State Her barium. The appointment will be ret rospective to January 1. Mr. Gardner will be the first officer to curry the title of Government Botanist since the retirement of Dr. Alex Morrison early in the century. Mr. C. M. Carne, who has just relinquished his post to enter the Federal Public Service, was styled Economic Botan...

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THE TURF THE WEEK'S MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

THE TURF -TB3B WEEK'S MEETINGS Wednesday. — Northani Ii.C, Aspen dale Park E.C. Saturday. — W.A.T.C., Victoria Dis trict T.C. (Geraldton), Boulder v Ii.C, A.J.C., Moonec Valley EX'. I

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GERALDTON RACES METROPOLITAN HORSES ENGAGED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

GERALDTON RACES METROPOLITAN HOESES ENGAGED There is every indication of keen rac ing at the annual Cup meeting of the victoria District Turf Club on Saturday and Monday, The entry is a good one, and already many district horses have arrived in town to complete their pre paration. There will he a big string of metropolitan horses, and to-morrow V train will bring several pf them. From Temby's stable Cassowary, ^Be&t Fleece and Wealth are rconiing; from McNamara's, Wonderfoot, Harpory and Tryford, and from Walker'?, Chelbanoo and Woodskin. By arrangement with the Agricultur al Society, the telephone ?will be con nected with the ground for the raees. but later the club will have their .own telephone connection.

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DEFENCE DEPARTMENT CHARGE AGAINST MR SHEPHERD HEARING POSTPONED Melbourne, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

DEFENCE DEPARTMENT CHARGE AGAINST MR ^i^# SHEPHERD HEARING POSTPONED. . ' . .. ? r ? - . ? , Melbourne, January 2L ...Mr, B- P. Brown. {chairman of the board of inquiry- to investigate the charges .made against Mr. M. L. Shep herd, Secretary to the Defence Depart ment, said to-day - that . several wit nesses would not be available on Thursday. It, therefore, had been .de cided to. postpone the inquiry, , the date. 'of;, which will be announced later.

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RIVAL BOXERS EXHIBITIONS EXHIBITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

RIVAL BOXERS IMPRESSIVE EXHIBITIONS Les Bowtell (State champion), and Kit Burnie, his powerfully built chal lenger, gave impressive exhibitions with sparring partners prior to the Cnn ningham-Silvest fight on Friday. Bow tell revealed his old speed and cunning and his recent success seems to have given him more confidence and style. Tim /-TiaTnninn realises his tri.D East is his chance of a lifetime, and he means to fight at top form on Saturday night. Short jabs, compact style, and a strong impression of terrific power were shown in Burnie 's short exhibition,and enthusiasts are keenly discussing the provable result. The fight, which .opens the Geraldton Week festivities, is be ing conducted by the committee, and is already creating State-wide interest.

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BUSH FIRES KATANNING OUTBREAK IMPROVED AREAS SWEPT Katanning, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

BUSH FIRES ♦ — - — ? KATANNING OUTBREAK IMPROVED AREAS SWEPT Katanning, January 2L A fire which commenced about noon to-day in the vicinity of Carrolup, 11 miles west of Katanning, swept 3,000 acres of highly improved country, main ly that owned by J. W. Longmire 'and touched the properties pf Washington, Lynes, Ladyinan and Holding brothers. The Kojonup-read, . on the north, formed an effective break, preventing the fire from crossing into thousands of acres of cleared country, but south wards the fire was out of control until a southerly wind about 8 p.m- drove it baek on itself.

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44-HOURS' WEEK ACTION BY TIMBERMEN EMPLOYERS' COUNTER MOVE Melbourne, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

44-HOURS' WEEK ACTION BY TIMBERMEN EMPLOYERS' COUNTER MOVE Melbourne. January 21. Disregarding the award of the Full Arbitration Court the timber workers employed in metropolitan mills and yards refused to begin operations be fore 8 o'clock this morning. This ac tion was taken in accordance with the decision of the. metropolitan members of the Victorian branch of the Timber Workers Union to flout the new award which has been in operation since Jan uary 1, and under which they are re quired to begin work at 7.30 a.n_ so as to increase the working keek from ?±4 hours to 48 hours. It is believed that the members of the Timber Merchants' Association will meet the challenge by deducting four hours' pay from the wages of their employees at the end of the week as was done by employers in Sydney when the timber workers there refused to work on Saturday morning to complete the 48-hour week. Although the employers generally ^accepted the situation which arose to day rather than throw the indu...

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A FORTNIGHT'S PROGRESS London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

A FORTNIGHT'S PROGRESS London, January 19. Lord Dawson spent only 40 minutes at the Palace yesterday, visiting hi.5 Majesty after the ray therapy treat ment was applied. The Prime Min ister (Mr. Stanley Baldwin) who was at the Palace yesterday after a consid erable absence, was obviously plca.-cd at the reports received. He did not sec the King, but had a long conver sation with I-ord Stamfordhani, his Ma jesty's private secretary. The 'Prince of Wales returned from Sandringham yesterday, and dined with the Queen, who had been absent ai Windsor for seven hours — far the long est interval since the beginning of the King's illness. An official at Windsor Castle says ~1nat the Queen's visit was not connect ed' with any plan for the King's con vfUescencc there. The Queen spent the day inspecting recent alterations car ried out under her instructions. The fact that 'there will be no bulle tin to-morrow must not be regarded as an indication of definite improvement, but that the doctors do...

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CONVALESCENCE STAGE MEDITERRANEAN TRIP LIKELY London, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

CONVALESCENCE STAGE MEDITERRANEAN TBEP LIKELY London, January 21. - It is believed that the Queen to-day made preliminary arrangements for the King's reception at Windsor. His lla jesty will probably stay there a week until the improvement is sufficient to enable a longer journey to be undertak en. Many places are suggested, but tho general opinion is that it will be on the shores of the Mediterranean. It is significant that the Royal yacht Britannia has been put into commis sion. She has ended her racing career and henceforth will be used merely for cruising. Similarly, the yacht Vic toria and Albert has been completely ? reconditioned in the past month.

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PROTEST TO BOOTH FAMILY ALTERATION OF SYMPATHY. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

PROTEST TO BOOTH FAMILY ALIENATION OF SYMPATHY. London, January 20. An attempt was made during the week-end to prevent to-morrow's hear ing in the Chancery Court. Colonel Cowham, who has seen 40 years' Ber vice, and is stationed at Southampton, on Saturday telegraphed to Mrs. Booth as follows: — ''You, Commiss ioner Catherine Booth and the family will be adjudged responsible for go ing to the Law Courts contrary to the scriptures (Corinthians, LvL), an«t the Army regulations. The feelings of the country are stiffening, and sym pathy and confidence arc disappearing. I beg you to think of the officers and soldiers of the Army and stop the proceedings. Remember Jesus, who gave up his crown and life for the sake of His kingdom.' According to the 'Sunday News,' Commissioners Laurie, Kitching, Cun ningham and Smith, who joined with the Booth family in voting against the High Council motion to depose the general, have also intimated that they cannot support the Booth family fur ther in vie...

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