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ATHLETES' AILMENTS. COMPLAINTS PECULIAR TO CERTAIN PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

ATHLETES' AILMENTS. ? v _ COMPLAINTS PECULIAR TO CER TAIN 'PASTIMES. Most people hare heard of 'ath iete's heart,' which is supposed, though quite wrongly, to find most of its victims among rowing men ; but few people outside doctors under stand what it is. Mile. Lenglen's now famous palpi tations are a form, but only a slight and usually temporary form, of 'ath- lete's heart,' and, of course, heaps of non-athletes suffer from palpata tions. Then, a specially violent efiort, par ticularly vrhen the athlete is not pro perly trained, may produce dilation of the heart, but rest usually effects a speedy cure. True 'athlete's heart ' generally de» relops in middle age and is lasting. Exhausting exercise makes big de mands on the heart, to meet which, when oft repeated, the heart muscle becomes abnormally developed — in medical language hypertrophied— while the heart itself is dilated. What is called 'compensation' be comes established. This is all very well so long as there is extra work...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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AUSTRALIA'S NAVY NEW COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF A DISTINGUISHED OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

AUSTRALIA'S NAVY NEW COMMANDERIN CHIEF A DISTINGUISHED OFFICES. Reai-Aduiiral E. It. G. JR. Evau.-, D.y.O., has been appointed to : uccee-i Rear- Admiral Hyde as Commander t-f the Koyal Australian Navy. He will sail for .Australia in April, and will take over the command the following month. I Born in 18S1, Rear-Admiral Evans has had an eventful career. Hw cntcrotr j the Navy 32 years ago, and, as '=. I lieutenant, skived in the fc-.Y. Mornin«, I the relief .ship to the Discovery Ex ? pedition. From 11*09 to 101,'i ho servcu with the British Antarctic Expedition, being second in command to Onptaiii fvott. Upon the latter 's death in l!)ir- ho a.-suiiiol command of the expedition, v.likh he brought back to i^aglaud in 1!-]:-. His work in the Antarctic Has received wide recognition. ltear Aduiiriil Evans served with ui:;tineti-»n iji the Great War, during which he won the Distinguished Service Order. When the ri«ht wing «f the Genuau armv, which was resting on Ihe Belgian coast, was b...

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HARE RACING FURTHER LEASE OF LIFE IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

HARE RACING FURTHER LEASE OF LIFE IN N.S.W. Despite many adversities — a legal declaration that hare racing is not t-ourong, and a declaration that bet ting on tin-hare racing is illegal at night time — greyhound raeing has sut -vived for a year and a day, says the Sydney correspondent of the Melbourne 'Age.' The Government having got tirvd of showing the young and old gamblers of the community the way ll-ey should go, has given in, and dc year, but with a proviso which is load ed with buckshot. Having found so many loopholes for escape, the greyhound racing compan ies have accepted the Government's permits, with the hopes that the Gov ernment will forget all about it. If the Government is worried during the next session as much as it was wor ried in the last it will, and the tin hare will pursue its mechanical course at night without Hie aid of the raucous voice of the bookmaker, and the live hare will dashjnvay to the tune of 'I lay the hare,' or 'Two to one on the l'arson.' i The...

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OUR SPORTING LETTER Perth, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

OUR SPORraGrLETTEft (By 'LoehieL') Perth, January 2L The W.A.T.C. Summer Meeting will be held on Saturday amfi Monday next. The principal race on the first day is the King's Park -. Handicap! -Tl*vmile&), and on the second day the Westralia Handicap (ij- miles). ? fCongoni and Cerimon have been en tered for the Newmarket Handicap, and Maple, Arimond and Jemidar for the Australian Cup. W.A. horses Macadam and New . Tipperary, who ran first a_d second in. the -1918 -Perth Cup, subsequently won the Australian Cup in successive years. Cerimon has also been entered, for. the Doncaster and Sydney Cap. ? Appeals have been lodged against the two years' disqualification of Peggy -Poet and her part owner and trainer, W. - Pringl^. The exGold fields mare ran a bad last in the sec ond division of the Goodwood Don caster, after two fine performances at the Cup Carnival. Sanorous, Barnacre, and Salvo Boy h.ave been transferred to P. McGrath'e stable at Belmont. W. Kelso's stable is still ...

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INDIA'S LOYALTY A PRINCE'S DECLABATION Calcutta, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

INDIA'S LOYALTY A PRINCE'S DECLARATION Calcutta, January 22. The Nawab of Bhopal stated to-day:' 'We Princes are unflinchingly - loyal. If our opinion counts we shall remain within the Empire -or try our utmost to remain within it.'

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AMERICA AND BRITAIN TACTFUL CONSIDERATION RECOMMENDED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

AMERICA AND BRITAIN ? -?? ? TACTFUL CONSIDERATION RECOMMENDED Albert Halstead ,the 'American Cbn sul-General, at the American Chamber of Commerce at a welcoming luncheon, in London recently, quoted a number /f remarkable statistics as an argument for what he described as a 'tactful consideration of one another' by Brit ain and the United States. Among the United States customers, for example, he said, Britain ranks first, with the Dominion of Canada, a good second. The United States, on the other hand, is Britain's third best market overseas, being surpassed .only by India and Australia. 'Though commercial rivalry some times leads to serious' differences,' Mr. Halstead said, 'when there is a solid basis for understanding, interest and good will, then commerce itself is a mis sionary of friendship.' , Princess Mary was thrown while hunting with the Braham Moor hounds on Friday, She escaped unhurt, and, re-mounting, rode on.

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YACHTING THE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP CO-RE WINS FIRST HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

YACHTING THE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP CO-RE WINS FIRST HEAT. (By ' Thin-End.') Sunday, the occasion of the first heat of. the championship, did not give * much promise in the early stages, and many an anxious glance was cast around by worried officials and hard-' thinking skippers, who were much concerned with the time-honored ques tion: Which sail to-dayf However, by mid-day the easterly had worked round, and after it had veered to the south the afternoon broke iffita a light moderate breeze, which still left many with the lady-like considera tion of which costume they should wear. The pleasant conditions drew quite a crowed of spectators, anxious to see the contest in this popluar out door sport Quest was scratched, thereby nar rowing the field to the snubs only. The following faced the starter: Bitza (J. Hollings, Ekipper), Go-Be (K. Dal-, ton), Gaiety (E, Fathers), lone (C. Waller), Uowena (H. Elliott), and ( Salome (L Hollings). Gaiety' essayed a. new big sail, which general opinion ....

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK **:1 THE PROGRAMME The programme for Geraldton Week rcmniciH-ing next Saturday is as fol lows:- — Saturday, January 26 (unofficial) — Morning. — Continuation of Bowln^j : Tournament; Beach Attractions for kiddies. Afternoon. — First day of Victoria District Turf Club's Annual Cup meet- . :. ing. Evening.— Kit Burnic v. Les. BowtaO. for the Heavyweight Championship of W.A. Sunday, January 27 (unofficial) — ^ Morning and Afternoon. — Beach #4. tractions; Rowing, Yachting and Swimi;.. ~ niiag Eaces. ----- Afternoon. — Beach Attractions: Bow ing, Yachting and Swimming races. Evening — Open-air Conceit on ilf* Esplanade. Monday, January 28 (Official Opening Day)— Morning. — Continuation of Bowling Tournament; Opening of Open Tennis Tournament, including Victoria District Championships; rowing regatta; yacht ing races; swimming carnival;' child ren 's beach sports. The Mayor win declare 'Week' open at Tennis Tour nament and Swimming Carnival. Afternoon. — Second day of Vict...

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

I IL^-fla)) DAY AND ALT,, NIGHT T J^&f&tf^^k \ al^V Country Orders by Return i» - ll ' ?l^fM-SJllll fStiSMZ NIGHT DISPENSING ^HjPPJB|^^^^B Genuine New Year BargainSH - ~x - At Os well's ra™°™ '? M LADIES AND MEN'S DRAPERY ;|| Voile DRESS LENGTHS, worth 12/6 ? Ladies' Fancy APRONS in large 'Men s BLAZERS, wift. assorted, -^^fl to clear at 7/11 the dress length. | sizes at 3/11 each. braid facings at 25/- each. - ^fiMSM Smart Patterns in Art Silk DRESS Maids' Fancy Aprons to clear at Men's Sports SHIRTS at 5/6 a»d~^Silg|l LENGTHS; usually 25/-; to clear at 2/11 each. 10/6 each. . - * -^SBl to 21/- the dress length. Finest quality HOISEBY, GLOVES Mc_,s p^ion SHIRTS ir-Ji eoUar jgSBk J£mS2ZJ2FS*% - ''-i™ -- — .— jjWSsKT*^- «£a to 21/- the dreis dength. MEN'S AND BOYS' DRAPERY s/6 **A 10/6 e3*^ ~ ~- 't ^dM Good quality Cream FUJI SILK at Men's Fancy SOCKS in smart Jjat- ^||%|| 2/6 yard. j Good value in Men's Fawn and Grey terns at 4/6 pair. ~-5^ ^1 Plain and Fancy Fuji SI...

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

PERSONAL Mrs T. MoLster, of Mullewa, is spend ing a holiday at Dongarra. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Herbert and fam ily, of Mingenew, are spending a few days in Geraldton. ? * w Mr. Pat. Engelbrecht, who has been on an extended holiday in Perth, re turned to Mullewa last week. ♦ * * Constable Reid, has been in Mullewa discharging the duties of Constable Doogue, who is on leave. -a. _?? *fc Mr. T. Horswill, manager of the National Bank, returned a few days ago after a fortnight's holiday in Adelaide. Miss Pearl Field, of Mingenew, ar rived in Geraldton this morning, to spend a week's holiday with her sister Mrs. Solin, Fitzgerald Street. Mr. Hector Cantelo, a native of Ger aldton, but now of Melbourne, was married at Melbourne on Saturday to Miss Doris L. Bennett, formerly of Perth, ( Nurse Spencer, of -the nursing staff at Wooroloo Sanatorium, is, says the Swan 'Express' spending a month's holidav with her parents at East James Street, 'feast Guildford. Subsequently Nurse Spencer will...

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GERALDTON WEEK FINAL ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK FINAL ARRANGEMENTS The Geraldton Week Executive Com mittee held its final meeting before the commencement of the festivities in tha Council Chambers last night, Cr. C. .'£. Davis presiding. The secretary (Mr. A. C. Curlewis) reported he had interviewed the mem bers of the Town Band, and they had signified their intention of playing- in the procession on Children's Day, and in* any way in which they could be oi sussistancc. A letter had been received from, the secretary of the Traders' As sociation agreeing to donate £25 to the committee's funds. Arrangements were being made to have the Yuna train scheduled to leave Geraldton at 5 p.m., deferred until 7 p.m., 'and to advance the arrival time of the Ajana train from 2.19 pjn. to 12.30 p.m. Mr. A. T. Hardwicke reported that the arrangements for Children's Day were well in hand. In connection witft the luncheon bags which, were to be dis tributed at the gates, he had arranged with Miss Allen and Mr. Davenport to send 500 ...

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THE MUSICAL MIDGET [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 22 January 1929

THE MUSICAL MIDGET Baby Edythe, now appearing at the King's Theatre, is indeed a wonder child, being only 71 years old. She is a self taught zylophonist. In August last she topped the list with 90 marks 'in the Trinity College examinations for pianoforte, thereby winning the gold medal, and being the youngest in Aus tralia to do so. Edythe leaves for Sydney in February with her parents. Gcraldtoh music lovers who have seen her, will wish this little mite every suc cess-

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WOMAN MOTOR CYCLIST WELCOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

WOMAN MOTOR CYCLIST WELCOMED. Fay Taylour, the English woman dirt track rider, arrived *in Perth recently and -was welcomed by Mr. E. Baker, a director of W.A. Speedways Ltd. Mr. P. B. Wittenoom is on the right, -with S. Schism and F. Brown, two popular riders in the background. , . ' . ' . (Blocks by courtesy of 'The West Australian.')

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ENTHRONEMENT OF THE PRIMATE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

ENTHRONEMENT OF THE PRIMATE The enthrouement of Dr. Cosmo Gordon Lang as Archbishop of Canterbnry occurred recently in Canterbury Cathedral Left: The old Cathedral Bight: Dr. Cosmo Gordon Latog 'blessing the people after the ceremony * (Blocks by courtesy of 'The West Australian. '-

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DISTRICT WELTER WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

DISTRICT 'WELTER wmh^T CHAMPIONSHIP Owing to an injury to his hand whilst training, Ted Beid, who was to defend his title of welter-weght champion «if Victoria District, against Matt Stephens. V in the Cathedral Hall on Friday 'night, will not be able to fight. Gco. Ab- '??''- bot, who has defeated Bcid on two occasions recently, has agreed 'to meet Stephens on that night.

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BOXING HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY NIGHT'S BIG CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

BOXING ♦ ? . .. HEAVYWEIGHT CHAM- ,.--£ PIONSHIP ^| SATURDAY NIGHT'S BIG CONTEST ; The eyes of the boxing- public .of . f .-) Western Australia will be ?fixed on Gcr- _ \ v aldton on Saturday night, when Kit ? '5' Burnic, will endeavour to wrest -im ' title from the Gcraldtonian. Promra- ' --? _,'_:. cnt Perth judges arc of the opinion tiia: \.r_- \/.i Burnie will win, and the fight should^ be very thrilling. With Burnie 's swift punching and skilful in-fighting against Bowtcll's speed and tigerish boxing, a hurricane pace seems assured. It is hoped the most prominent re feree in West Australia will be the .-* third man in the ring. -^ Burnic is -said to be practically awV plica of Flrpo's build, Ms measuremente - - in many eases coinciding with the giant V. Argentinian, the main difference being u \ height. Burnie 's strength is conserved in lesser inches. He is a fighter wfto * hits from gong; to gong. THs oppon-. cnt Bowtell is a big man, and the fight will see two big men oppose...

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COLTS AT CRICKET EASY WIN FOR W. A. HALCOMBE, 6 for 32. Perth, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

COLTS AT CRICKET EASY WIN FOR W.A. HALCOMBE, 6 for. 32. Perth, January 23. [ The first game of the Interstate Colts series' was won yesterday by the West [Australians who defeated the South i Australians by- 125 runs after declaring in the second innings with only one I wicket down. The local players fully deserved their win although the deci sion which secured the hist wicket was a matter for adverse, criticism and was regretted by the players of the home side whose captain stated that no ap peal was made to the umpire. From start to finish the West Australians al ways held a firm grip of the game. Superior batting, keen fielding and the marked success of Halcombc, the young fast bowler, contributed to the victory. Scores: — : t WESTERN AUSTRALIA. First Innings. F. Bryant, b Teagle ? 8 Drew, c Dcverson, b Sangster ... 53 ! Horrocks, c Walker, b Catchlove . 42 McRae, stpd. Walker, b Brunt ... 4 | Wilberf orce, stpd. Walker, b Brunt 26 Bromley, b Sangster ? 4 B. Bryant, c Devcrson, b...

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MOTOR SMASH LORRY HITS TELEGRAPH POLE ONE BOY KILLED, TEN OTHERS INJURED Sydney, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

MOTOR SMASH ? ? v LORRY HETS TELEGRAPH POLE ONE BOY ?KTT.T.Tm TEN OTHERS JMJTT&ED I Sydney, January 22. i A motor lorry in which 12 boys and youths were travelling to their homes at Le Sands froni Brighton late last night, crashed into a telegraph pole in Marrickville, and was wrecked, the oc cupants being strewn about the road way and the footpath. One boy wan killed and ten others were injured, threa being admitted to hospital. The casu alties were: — Kowan, Earl {12), killed. * McCann, Victor (21), probable frac ture of the skull, and abrasions. Rowan, Albert Q6), fractured hip and abrasions to legs. Waterhou.se, Stanley (17), fracture,, pelvis and concussion. The noise of the collision startled the residents of the neighbourhood, and running into the street they heard the cries of the injured, most of whom were still lying where they had been flung too dazed to realise what had happened.

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ARGENTINE MIGRATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

ARGENTINE MIGRATION Immigration into Argentine decreas ed 25 per cent the first ten months of 19*28, compared with a similar period in 1927, according to statistics recently published. During the fir^t 1-* months of J1--!S only 1H*.'{('2 iininifiratits arrived in Argentine, compared with Iil.515 during a .similar period of 19:27. The decrease is attributed to the fact that fewer Italians went to Argon tine last year. Only 22.000 Italians ar rived compared with 55,641 during the. first ten months of 1927.

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PERSIAN AMBUSH MISSIONARY KILLED Basra, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929

PERSIAN AMBUSH MISSIONARY HILLED Basra, January 21. A hundred Wahhabis, hidden in a desert scrub ambushed two motor' ears in which Charles Crane, formerly Ame-j riean Ambassador in China, and three' others were travelling to Koweit from , Basra.- A fusilade killed the Rev. Henry Bilkett, an American Presby- 1 terian missionary, who had been on the Persian Gulf and at Basra for f ifteea years. The others, uninjured, escaped.

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