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

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous^-AU adver tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per line with mini mum of 2/-. Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 3/- per in. Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages, Fun eral and Memoriam Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read ing matter, 7d. per line

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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DULCY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

DULCY

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

It's easy . . . when BACKACHE1 gets better! j absolutely done op -with j backache, ifs a wonderful relief when j backache gets better. And -when the j trouble is due to sluggish kidneys you do get relief from De Witt's Pills. Then j housework really does seem easy. If your kidneys are failing to expel poisons and you're getting backache be cause of it turn1 to De Witt's Pills for help. They help cleanse those vital organs of poisonous accumulations, and stimulate them to full activity. The great advantage of this medicine is that it not only relieves the pain but b*Jps to dear up one common cause of it Ask your chemist for De Witf s Pills to-day. OeWitts- Pills For Backache, Rheumatism, Joint Pains, Sciatica and Lumbago. From chemists tad storekeepers evei if where. 5/- and 5/B. J)OCOIENT BASKETS— New Stocks of Wire Document Baskets. Obtain able 'from Geraldton Newspapers Lim ited, Geraldton.

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Maintenance of Road Commissioner in Geraldton A WIDENING PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Maintenance of Roads Commissioner m Geraldton A WIDENING PROPOSAL The Mayor (Dr. J. McAleer) reported to the last meeting of the Geraldton Municipal Council the result of a recent interview with the Commis sioner of Main Roads (Mr. J. W. Young). He said that in company with the chairman of (he works committee (Cr. L. W. Shepheard), the town clerk (Mr. It. W. Carter) and the engineer (.Mi. Kiliuinster) he had waited on Mr. Young to discuss the condition of roads generally in the municipality and to place before hitu certain aspects of maintenance and finance relative thereto. Mention was made of the pay ment of compensation to the Council for damage caused to roads by military trallic during (he war years and wear and tear caused by heavy trucks used in the transport of wheat to the port. Mr. Young explained that these mat ters did not come within his sphere of influence and he held out little hope that much compensation could be ex pected in this respect. - Dr. McAleer saidlvthat th...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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BOWLS Pennant Games at Geraldton "GOLD" WIN AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

BOWLS ? ^ ? Pennant Games at Geraldton 'GOLD' WIN AGAIN The pennant fixtures of the Gerald ton Bowling Club were continued on the greens on Saturday afternoon last. Weather conditions were ideal and the rinks were in excellent condition. 'Gold' .again ran out easy winners/ W. Itrede's team being the only one to register a win for 'Blues.' Details or Uiy play are as follows: — G. B. W. Ward, S. Wilton aod'T. Askew (enpL) ? 21 IJ. Bishop, A. brothers and W. Brede (capt.) ? 26 P. Stone, H. Kershaw and P. Gibson (capt.) ? 32 W. Archibald, F. Kepnan and J. Currie (capt:) ? 23 P. Doolan, E. Gee and It. Ellson (capt) ? 20 It. Bell, H. Crabbe and A. Wheat (capt.) ? 23 J. Walton, B. Wilkinson and J. Butler (capr.) ? 38 W. MeCallum, L. Chapman and J. Northover (capt.) ?. . .. 12 Totals 117 84 In a social match P. Doolan, C. Don aldson and A. Logan (capt.) lost to F. Morris, C. Donald and S. Mills (capt.) by lfi to 20. About sixteen members of the club journeyed to MuUewa on Sunday last to eng...

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers travelled to the Abrolhos Islands by the m.v. Bata via Road yesterday: — Messrs. W. Knight, M. Ijgv.v, M. Duggan, I. H. Grant, Mesdames M. Dnggan, Shep herd, Misses Waterhouse, P. Blinco, B. Clarke and It. dark.

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

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TENNIS Tournament at Geraldton EASTER PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

TENNIS Tournament at Geraldton EASTgR PROSPECTS (Ily -Top Spin') Entries are already pouring in for the annual Easter tennis tournament trom all [tarts of the district and from tile metropolitan area and there is **v«ry possibility of a record entry. Among the players of srandard known to Ite participating- is Keith Cox, ;i former junior single^ State player of note, whom many will remember w-;n the hardcourt junior singles champion ship of Western Australia in Geraldton in 1JJ40. Among the ladies Mrs. K. Williams (formerly Miss . Claudine Maley) and Mrs. E. Stokes (formerly Miss Leah -iouid). both players of out standing note a few years ago, will make a come-back. Mrs. Stokes won the women's country singles of Western Australia in 1!-3!), being then only eigh teen years of age. In addition she won the district championship in 1937, being sixteen year.* of age. and repeated this j feut in 1939. She- has numerous other 1 district titles to her credit. Although j possibly somewhat ou...

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

' J don't agree ... In spite of your opinion, Mr. Chairman, Australia, with some very minor re I am strongly against the proposal before strictions, can say whatever we like, to the meeting.' That's Bob Freeland's whoever we like and when we like, way. He says what he feels, and calls Freedom of Speech, in fact, is one of the a spade a spade. most cherished possessions of our Aust in some parts of the world, Governments ralian way of life. So be on your guard control every phase of a person's life, and say what you feel when you hear of and the Bob Freelands daren't say what any new proposal . which would take they think for fear of the conse- ^^BJjj^ away any of our freedoms. Let's keep quences to themselves and their /MRiilflWk to the Australian ' VSay, itVa free families. Fortunately, we in [|i\lKiiIftffnfln roat* ant* — *ts tne ^S^ 4$^ V Inserted by THE ENGLISH, SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIAN BANK LIMITED. (Incorporated in England) ' ^^^^^^^^^^_ ^_^^^^— __ , ^ . _ T.i3/i6 Printed and p...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Sheep for Geraldton. — The 111. v. Gor gon, of the Blue Funnel Line, which is on a return voyage from Singapore to Fremantle, will berth at Geraldton parly on Saturday morning to discharge l,(-00 sheep which will be loaded at i-'arnarron. Landing of Crayfisli. — In the current issue of the Government Gazette appears the following amendment to Regulation Iii of the Fisheries Act: — 'The wharf at Gerald ton is hereby appointed as the place at which cray fish taken ucrth of the 29th parallel of latitude and intended for sale, may be landed, and the landing of such cray fish at any place in the State of West ern Australia other than at the wharf at Geraldton is hereby prohibited.' Undersized Crayfish. — In the Gerald ton Police Court this morning, before the resident magistrate (Mr. T. AnselH, Ernest Jess GU»ed. of Chapman Road. Geraldton. and Norman Margetic, of Eleanor Street. Geraldtou. were charg ed with having committed breaches of the Fisheries Act. * There was n...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers . who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company Itetween Perth :iud Geraldton during the past few days : — I-erth to Geraldton (Tuesday) — Messrs. O. King, T. H. Wilson, P. J. Vockiiis, It. Gledhill, F. P. Watson, A. D. Walker, C. T. Rhodes, Mesdaiues A. F. Turner. C. Jacohsen, P. J. Vockins, W. Hnswning, F. Thomas, C. Webster, Lumbers, Fairclough, Misses R. Hum fry, A. Thomas and Master Wooller. Geraidton to Perth (Wednesday) — Messrs. J. .Titidale, J. Davidson, C Tredrea, A. E. Marsh, W. Crabtree, J. Pascarl. Mesdames C. Tredrea, A. E. Marsh, Lord, Gardiner, J. Tiudale, R. Knight, Misses Bean and A. Tindale. Perth to Geraldtou (Wednesday) — Messrs. W. J. Hadley, A. Italeno, TV B. O'Connor, I. Harris, G. K. Bickell, It. A. Martin, A. Gould, W. J. Clarke, J. W. Sirtle, A. W. Smith, Meehan, F. Pettit, Mesdames D. Lewis, F. J. Har ris, M. Bothe, J. McGffl, Sister J. Cooper, Master...

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News of the District Rural Conditions at Ogilvie TENNIS IN FULL SWING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

News of the District Rural Conditions at Ogilvie TENNIS IN FULL SWING Despite the recent hot weather and strong winds, pasture conditions in that portion of the district embracing Ogilvie 'give the appearance of beinjr better than they have been for. many years. An increased acreage in clover and lupins, and in one instance iield peas, has resulted in more wool and better wool on healthier sheep, aud only a few cases of pulpy kidneys has been reported. During recent weeks the rolling of scrub and subsequent burning off has also taken place over a large area. In one locality, however, with the temperature at KX5 degrees, a series of tires believed to have been started by the engine of a passing train resulted in a muster of over one hundred (ire Jighters, but the burning of breaks and the use of knapsack sprays quickly minimised the. danger. At one point approximately a thousand young rams were in a precarious position. The number of young rams now being sold by district owners is ve...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES ''Bamboo Blonde' and 'Meet Me on Broadway' constitute the chief fea tures of the programme to be screened at the Radio Theatre to-night. Support ing subjects will include a newsreel, brevity and another episode of the serial. 'Brenda Starr, Reporter.' The programme for Friday and Saturday :iiirhts is as follows: — -1) — Australian 11- view. (2)— 'The. Ph.-HiKm Thief' (Chester Morris, Jeff Donnell, Richard Lane and Dusty Anderson). (3)— Brevity. -4)_ 'The Beginning or the End' (Brian Donlevy, Robert Walker, Tom Drake, Beverly Tyler and Audrey Totter). 'The RegNnnmtj or the End' The susixMise-nlled drama, 'The Beginning or the lCnd,' will be screen ed on Friday and Saturday. The h'im stars Brian Donlevy and Robert Wal ker with Beverly Tyler and Audrey Totter. It unfolds the gripping story of a great secret and its effect on the lives of a large number of people. In the leading role Brian Donlevy delivers his greatest perfo...

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Mediterranean Fleet Movement of U.S. Ships VISIT TO GREECE Athens, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Mediterranean Fleet Movement of U.S. Ships ' VISIT TO 'GREECE Athens, March IS. The X'nited States Mediterranean j Fleet will visit the west coast of Greece from March 22nd to March :Ust. It will then go to Piraeus (Southern Greece) and will stay ihere for several weeks. Weather Forecast. — The Weather Bureau issued this afternoon the fol lowing Geraldton forecast for the next, twenty-four hours: — Fine and hot. with moderate north-east winds and slight seas.

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Lord Mayor's Car Structural Alterations INSUFFICIENT ROOM Melbourne, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Lord Mayor's Car Structural Alterations INSUFFICIENT ROOM Melbourne. March IS. The City Council's £n.m)l- Kolls-Royco j car bought for the use of the I-ord ; Mayor is now in the agent's garage undergoing structural ' alterations to provide luore space above the back seat. It was found when the oar was delivered that there was no clearance for the Lord Mayor's plumed hat or the rappers of distinguished visitors.

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Sydney Taxi Owners Instructions to Drivers BREAKING OF LAWS Sydney, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Sydney Taxi Owners Instructions ic Drivers BREAKING OF LAWS Sydney, March IS. Owners of Sydney's taxis included policemen and clergymen, taxi driver M. II. Vernon. of Ho.se ISay, lol-l llie Xi'w South W.-il-.'s Parliamentary Coui millee on road casualties. llotelkeepers and bookmakers were others who also owned cars, he said, j because those people told their driver*, they must bring jliein in a certain unit-unr of money per mile, the drivers were prone to break every rul;» of the road iii order to make money.

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Charities Consultation Results of To-day's Draw CHIEF PRIZE WINNERS Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Charities Consultation Results of To-day's Draw CHIEF PRIZE WINNERS Perth, This Afternoon. The chief prize-winners in the Chari ties Commission *s consultation drawn to-day are as follows:— First Prize (£3.000) No. 4GSG7, 'Try Again.' Mrs. Xorris, care Chennell House, St. George's Terrace, Perth. Sec- nd Prize (£r--«»-— Xrf. 3.1451, Ted j Wood, -14 York Street, Boulder. I Third Priat' -£2r.o)— Xo. 13S82, \V. j Jones, Pier Hotel, Itunbury. j Fourth Prize (£100)— No. 2S990, j 'Hilda Grattan,' Dalwallinu. j The four prizes of £:'»-» each were won j by tickets numbered 44104. 73S31, 8A,4Tt~i I and 1K573S. ]

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Motor Cyclist Injured Stoicism After Accident TROUBLED ABOUT WORK Brisbane, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Motor Cyclist Injured Stoicism After Accident v TROUBLED ABOUT WORK Brisbane, March IS. Holding the bleeding stump of his right ami with his left hand, a man said to ambulance h:-arers, 'I wonder vAint soil of a job I'll get with only one hand.' j Main roads' emplcyev, Xevill Hayes I C!L), of Archerfield, h.st bis hand when ! iiis motor cycle crashed into the rear j mudguard of a car when h:» wa.s turn- j ing into a side r«ad near Cleveland. j Soon after the accident Hayes was j picked up by a passing utility uud J driven to the Cleveland ambulance, j Throughout the four mil:' journey h« i clung to his right forearm to staunch j the How of blood. Hayes was given an injection by a local doctor and taken by ambulance X*. the general hospital.

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Sabotage Discounted Darwin Plane Damaged EXPERT'S OPINION Darwin, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Sabotage Discounted 'Darwin Plane Damaged EXPERT'S OPINION Darwin, March IS. Allegations of sabotage which have lkeen made in connection with a Douglas aircraft at present grounded here have been discounted by local aircraft engineers. Ste?l particles were found in the oil sump and some of the con trol cables were frayed. The allegations of sabotage were made by a member of the plane's crew, but the accepted theory here is that a piston ring was ground down during the flight to small particles, similar to filings.

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American Presidency Opposition to MacArthur BOSTON DEMONSTRATION Boston, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

American Presidency Opposition to MacArthur BOSTON DEMONSTRATION Boston. March IS. Members of the '.Veterans Against MacArtluir Organisation'* staged a mock invasion ceremony here to-day. 'MaeArthur' waded ashore from a row boat smoking a corncob pipe and dress ed in G.I. uniform. He was wearing a garrison rap decorated by silver stars. Among those to greet liini were an army censor, a marine and four geisha girls carrying Japanese flags.

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