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Spirit of Forgiveness Lesson of Good Friday EXAMPLES OF THE PAST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

Spirit of Forgiveness ? *. — . — Wesson of Good Friday EXAMPLES OF THE PAST ( Ity '(Juii V;tdis''» K:t--h tliiy hfinvrs us iitsuvr that ^i-«-;u j mi-i-:isiiiii — «i««t-l l-'ritlj»y — \vl»»n ilif-ui;:h- j \v«. lulu's tlinii^lns linn i-- r.-ili'stiue aii-i S i-- ilu» |ih-Mir.' »,f -»ur Lord --u tl«' -'ros-. As \\e liilluw th»» sc«-ilt' lit'Hin- tin; --in--ifixi--ii we i\m\ .Jestis in tile iinrt.U-u --f CHtlisciijjMf. Wihto prohubly rii*' worst licirayal of a fru'iul touk iilacc ' when .Judas Is-:.-iri-i; kissed Him. so luakhiir the sijiii that wa.s ro show tin- ' lioitian s'ii«f{--is \\ iioia to arivsr. I »f«i .Jesus dint on His «;rst\\iuie -I;si-ip}«rV { Dili He wratliiully rt'iuuiiKe him fur iiis (lispiraliie a-TV No; H** HinuiJ tn hiiti ami ixvutly said: — 'Frieii-i, \vli«'r-*- j t'-»rt.' hast t!iou ciiiiier 1 WDiider luiw ui:iny of us in x similar txisiit'in ---n!l«l uirii to une wlioin vvt» hm) irntHvd aJi-! who liad )--l«'n our com- j panion fur several years and srill v:i\\ j h...

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Unrest in Palestine Big Four Demand a Truce A MEETING POSTPONED New York, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

Unrest in Palestine ? ^ Big Four Demand a Truce A MEETING POSTPONED ? i New York, March 15. The Big Four to-day called on Pales line Arabs aud Jews to state by to-morrfrw whether they would enter j into a cease fire pact. A scheduled ] meeting of the Security Council was postponed to give the disputing parties time to answer. The Big Four' also decided to ask six Arab councillors iu the United Nations to agree to cooper ate in effecting a truce. The truce move came after the Arab Higher Committees representative (Mr. Isa Nakitleh) repeated before a closed meeting of the Big Four that tbe Com mittee would not accept the United Nations partition plan. The only solu tion, he said, would be the formation of one independent State. Mr. Nakhleh told a press conference that Russia's Mr. Gromyko had not participated iu questions asked him by other members of the Big Four. Mr. Gromyko also sat silent throughout the Jewish Agency appearance before the Big Four on Friday.

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CYCLING Last Sunday's Racing R. McCAGH'S DOUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

CYCLING Last Sunday's Racing R. McCAGH'S DOUBLE Maintaining the brilliant form which be produced at the Ceraldton Cy- It Club's first meeting tin.* previous week. R. McCaglt on Sunday last \\-m again his beat in convin-'iii:r style, and wont on to gain the verdit-r in the tfnal. -'»p- ! turiug fastest time in In .ill instances. All events were held over tbitv miles j on the Willcoek I»rive course and in j the opening race of the day. the iirst j senior heat, all riders began with j plenty of pace and the front -markers j maintained their advantage on the lone! backmarker (1. McKillop) throughout , rhe ' journey. ilcCagh, off twenty ; seconds, caught the leaders a milo from home and combining with H Mclvillop and M. MeAulifl'e went on to win well from the latter and Mc'vil lop. Unlucky riders on the journey were a newcomer in 11. Tel for, who. after showing himself to be a very cap- i able rider, ran into the bush when try ing to negotiate a difficult bend, and 11. j Manners who. aft...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY ORION HANDICAP (Maiden two-year-olds) Five furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY ORION HANDICAP ( Maiden two-year-olds) Five furlongs Great Elk --87 England's L. 8 2 Kit. Comedy S 7 TheWesfner 8 2 Hinda's Gl - 8 7 Warran ? 8 2 Flimsy Pr. - 8 7 Tish ? 8 2 Spring's Hill S 7 Paid Off - - 8 2 Mechanic - - S C Lunar Light 8 1 Del Fuego - - S G Bank Note - 8 1 Bozo - - - - 8 0 Briskly .--Si Prince San - 8 6 Swt. Boronia S O Dawn Mist - S 5 Fine Spear - 8 0 Bee Gay ? 8 5 Frivolous S. 8 0 Koala Bey - 8 4 Fine Flare - 8 0 Gay Pierette 8 4 Balkanette - S 0 Statuette - - 8 4 G. Interrener 8 0 Capel Prince 8 4 Gayfino ? 7 13 Vinevale - - 8 4 Red Berry - 7 13 Pr'cess Jane 8 4 Double Bay - 7 13 Third Prince 8 4 Merredin - - 7 12 Aesthete - - 8 4 Ball Dress - 7 11 Pr'oess Theio 8 4 Olivion ? 7 11 Miss Portino 8 3 Bo Leap ? 7 6 Clover Val - 8 3 CLEBK MAIDEN HANDICAP (Five years and under) i One mile Resound ? 9 0 Fair Tony - 7 12 His Double - 8 9 Bpinard ? 7 12 Joyette ? S 9 Kialla Lady 7 10 Sylvan Ch. -8,8 Leave Pass - 7...

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1948 EVACUATING PALESTINE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

(ihe llerafdfottglti&rtiaft TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 194S EVACUATING PALESTINE For some time May loth has been the official deadline for the termina tion of Britain's now nearly thirty years old mandate over Palestine, and evacuation of . British .troops, police and families,, .whjcli- began,, early this month, when. LSjiQjeuibajdced for home, is due to bq ei}ui~n];»ted ,ijy ^August 1st. That the Bripj^ii .Government is determined to- implement: its decision to retire from the mandate and from the country, and that it has the backing of the Opposition in doing so, was mady clear in the House of Commons on March llth, when the Colonial Secre tary (Mr. Creech Jones) moved the second reading of the Palestine Bill, which provides for handing over tho Palestine mandate on the date men tioned. 'After our bitter, tragic exj-erieuce,' he said, 'I do not believe that tlu» British public would tolerate any new commitment in Palestine. Britain has tried to create conditions for the continuan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 16 March 1948

-------------   Births, Marriages and Deaths BIRTH SULLIVAN— At Geraldton on March   14th, 1948, to Greta and Dave, of 23 Jose Street, Geraldton, a daughter (Lorna). Both well. DEATH ------   WALTON— In loving memory of our   sincere and dearly loved friend   (Ron), accidentally killed at Nor- thampton on March 13th, 1948. —Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. Hughes and family, Carnarvon. BEREAVEMENT MR. FRANK BURTON and FAMILY   desire to thank all friends for   expressions of sympathy extended to them in the recent sad loss of their     brother and uncle, and especially do     they wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. B. Clark for their constant and neigh- bourly help. Will all friends please accept this intimation as a personal   expression of gratitude.    

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YUNA No. 2 VERSUS YUNA No. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

VUXA JVo. 2 VKKSL'S VXHVA No. 1 The local derby was played at Yuua, Yuua No. 2 running out the winners by 42 runs. Yuna No. 1 had' first use ol the wicket and were best served with the bat by *J. Williamson (»-3), li. Simpson (42) aud M. Criddle (3i)K The innings closed for 1-58 runs. The bowling honors were fairly evenly dis tributed amongst tiie trundlers. Yuua No. 2 .started off disastrously and with three wickets down for 21) runs they looked to he in a serious position. How ever, L. Stokes (07) aud L. Ciiddle 014) assisted to retrieve the position, whilst It. .McCHatock (24) also helped in providing the team's winning mar gin. The total of Yuua No. 1 was exceeded with still live wickets in hand and the innings realised 210 runs. W Wheeldon who took four wickets for 14 runs was the elect -»f the howlers. Details of the scores are as follows ; — Yl'NA No. 1 E. Forrester, b L. Criddle ? 1 D. Wheeldon. c L. Stokes, b L. Criddle ? „. ? 5 J. Williamson, c G. Lauigan, b rL. Stokes ? -...

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NABAWA VERSUS NARALING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

NABAWA VERSUS NARAUNO 'Winning the toss Naraling elected to bat first in their engagement against Xahawa at Xaraling. The opening pair Set the team off to a Hying start anc i there were 114 runs on the hoard j before the partnership was broken. SI. Gray scoring 59 and H. Barclay 44. The remaining batsmen, with the exception of H. Cullotou who scored 23 runs, were dismissed cheaply, the total reaching 1--8. K. A. Criddie and J. k'ooper each accounted for three wipkets. After the tea adjournment Nabawa commenced their innings and when stumps were drawn had scored 161 runs for the loss of four wickets. They thus failed by seven runs to over take their opponents score. Th'e main contributors to the total were Kel Criddle (73) and L. Cooper -42). The game ended in a draw. Details of the scores are as follows : — NAKALJNG H. Barclay, runout ? 44 AI. Gray, b L. Cooner ? o'.i N. Stokes, b L. O-oper ? 4 D. Criddle. b K. A. Criddle .... 3 It. Criddle, c K. Criddle, b J. Cooper « A. Gray, --' ...

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CRICKET Upper Chapman Association SUNDAY'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

CRICKET Upper Chapman Association SUNDAY'S MATCHES The premiership fixtures of the Upper Chapman Cricket Association were continued on Sunday la^t. At Na ruling the home team played u drawn match against Nabawa, whilst the two Vuua teams were engaged at Yuna. Yuua No. 2 winning with a mar gin of 42 runs in its favor.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Winter Road Tours. — The secretary of rlie Geraldtmi I'rogress and Tourist Association (M^r. J. McKa.y) received advice yesterday from the Director of tiie Government Tourist Bureau (Mr. l£. li. Miller) to the. effect that the win ter omnibus tours to Geraldton during the forthcoming winter will commence from Perth on June 28th. It had been hoped to inaugurate the tours in May, out difficulties in connection with .iccommodation have required the date for starting to he delayed. Fourteen trips will be conducted before the lours v-onclude towards the eud of Septem ber.

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Wether Values Easier INFERIOR LAMBS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Wether Values Easier INFERIOR LAMBS Prices for wethers fluctuated sonft^ whal at the fat stock market at Mid land Junction on Wednesday and, although occasional lines of top quality were on a par with last week's- rates, most lots declined 2/- to 3/- per head. This followed an anticipated drop of 3/- on .skin values. Ewes also found a weaker market. However, taking the. skin position into consideration, niiii tou'was decidedly dearer. The lambs gteuued included many which were not up to the trade's requirements. That factor, combined with weaker competi tion from graziers, resulted in lower prices. -Jood quality lines were about 3/- i»er head easier, this drop being occasioned by the forecast lower skin value. This market closed with a very firm tendency. Bidding for the cattle offered was restricted mainly to a smaller muulier of the metropolitan trade but prices remained firm. Sheep (7,207 yarded): Prices: — Wethers: liest heavyweight. 43/- to 48/- (odd pens, higher) ; good medium...

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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales KEEN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Fat Stock Markets ? v Midland Junction Sales KEEN COMPETITION (Junipetiiifin was k«*en Throughout at the rat «attle sale at Midland Junc tion -m Tuesday and prices were firm. »Tlie .'};.'» beasts penned were not lip l'» j last week's (jualiry ami comprised ? mainly lightweight steers in medium to i jiood condition. Quotations: — Good weighty bullocks (very few offeredK £21 t-» ' £23 : jfootl mediumweijrht. £18 to £20: jrood steers. flt- to £1S (odd l-eus higher) : g«»oil lightweight, £14 to £1.1/io/-; jroo-l weighty cows. £10/10/ tn £18/10/-: mediumweisdir. £13/10/- to £1.1; good lightweight, £11/H-/- to £13: medium condition, £7 to £9/10/-: plain and rough, lower. Choice lightweight steer and heifer beef. --0/- i»er HKIlh. : choice handy weight, 5S/0 j»er 10()H». ; good medium weiglit hullock, .17/«- |-er lOOlh ; goo-t heavyweight, r-2/-» i^»r lOOIb. : g«»od cow, .10/- per 100 lb. ; plain and rough, lower.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

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Industrial Dispute STOPPAGE AT GERALDTON Roster System Sought SELECTION OF WORKERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Industrial Dispute STOPPAGE AT GERALDTON Roster System Sought SELECTION OF WORKERS A dispute between the workers and the employers as to the system to be employed in the^-selection of men to be engaged on the waterfront, resulted in a stoppage of work at Geraldton throughout Tuesday. The men returned to work under protest yesterday at lunch time. Although neither the acting chair man of the local port committee (Mr. F. J. McGregor) nor the president --i the Geraldton Brunch of the Waterside Workers* Union (Mr. V. O'Neill would discuss the matter to-day, it is learnt that the trouble arose over the refusal of the employers to institute a roster system for the engagement of the men. adhering to the system of free-selection which has been in operation at tho port for many years. It is contended by the unionists that under the roster sys tem all members of the union would receive their fair share of the work which is offering, whereas under the method at present in operation certain men...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Distnfcs&l im Rent Case. — In the Ger aldton Local Court on Friday last, the resident v magistrate (Mr. T. Ansell), who had reserved his decision follow^ ing rhe hearing of an application' by the Perth Diocesan Trustees for an . increase in the standard rent under the Increase of Rents War Restrictions Act (1939) of office premises in St. George's Building occupied by Leslie Hunter Millar, gave a verdict for the defendant.

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Communist Terrorism Activities in Germany RECENT KIDNAPPINGS Berlin, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Communist Terrorism Activities in Germany RECENT KIDNAPPINGS Berlin. March 18. Terrorism by Communists in the Soviet sector of Berlin has made opera tion by three non-Commiir-Lst parties practically impossible. So said the American commandant in Berlin (Colonel Frank Howie*}. Germans had beew kidnapped and had been the victims of unwarranted arrests as reprisals for their nonConi1 munist activities, he said. AntiCcm munist socialists had reported that 1,(KM- people had vanished in Berlin in recent months. A United States military court yes terday sentenced three Germans, includ ing a woman, to live years in gaol for allegedly acting as Russian agents in an attempt to kidnap an antiCom munist organiser in Berlin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

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