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SYDNEY'S DEVELOPMENT HARBOUR AND RAILWAY SCHEMES HUGE EXPENDITURE FORE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
SIDNEYS DEVELOPMENT ? ^ ? -sWt HARBOUR AND RAILWAv|j SCHEMES Xi||| HUGE EXPENDITDKE ItJSE,^^ SHADOWED- *M3| The X.S.W. Government is seeatefc^ iug its head over the puzzle of a fSaSm ily heirloom that has been left t»-$ig-J§ nays the Sydney correspondent w£ ihsM Melbourne 'Age.' Just son- 'it -S*jl busy trying to comrilete a £anj(MIUWlB^ job building a bridge and an imd^i^g ground railway. There is oat eaoa^^H money in the treasury to buy felasfin^S powder for Hie Cabinet. Tbis S0,fl8^*^ffl 000 job is a mere radiating ccntxe %W'^3 another £20,000,000 tvorUi of cailway^^ chiefly to the east and fe» tlw jmrir|j||| Unless these works arc gone *m -wsfi^ffi the bridge and the ondct^round w2n@|i be of very little value for the- peofi^S who expect rapid transit. ^Hl The eastern suburbs railway. csK^^S mated at £5,000,0(10, is to be gone »2^8 with in the year 1930— that is if Ji^S Government survives until ttiat ia«e^^ The railway to Manly and tnrftet^S north cannot possibly be gone mi witt...
COTTON FOUNDATION STONES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
COTTON FOUNDATION STONES. ? * ? The employment of cotton as a foundation for buildings erected on sandy soil, is a matter of common knowledge, but the story of the first apr-lit-ation of the material to this purpose is not generally known. We are indebted to Captain W. Roberts, one of the veterans of the Liverpool pilot service, for the facts. Dealing with the ancient light at Leastowe, between the Mersey and the Dee, he told of the difficulties en countered in the search for a solid base, and how at last the wreck of a cotton ship oflered an inspiration to -'he 'builders. Sorse of t.'h«. cotton which had been wasned ashore was mixed with sand.i and on this a mas sive stone tower was erected so firmly that it 'was found to withstand the fury of the mightiest tempests. One other little-known tact vras also mentioned by Captain Roberts. All the lighthouses are teetotal in stitutions. Drink is aflowed in none cf them.
AVIATION AUTOMATIC SLOTTED WINGS MAJOR BREARLEY ADOPTS THEM London, January 22 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
AVIATION AUTOMATIC SLOTTED WINGS MAJOR BBEAB_EY ADOPTS THEM London, January 22'. Prior to ejnbarting en the B.M.S. Chitral at Marseilles for Australia, iia jor Norman Breariey informed a repre sentative of the Australian Press Asso ttif- aeroplane fleet of West Australian Airways, Ld., -with the automatic slot ted -wing dev-t e, and also with wireless apparatus, v He had, he said, iruide his decision after veryg«xten*ive investigations in Britain £»5,-SI *ne ContineHt, a_d, he marvellous. '.Let us hope, for fhe safci^. of all flyerSjthat this, move will help, to persuade others to follow suit.'
TENNIS GERALDTON METHODISTS VISIT GREENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
TENNIS . ? — - — , . BERAUKCON METHODISTS VISIT OREENOUGH. On Saturday the Geraldton Metho dist Tennis dub visited Greenough, the afternoon being a very enjoyable one The games were keenly contested, but the home players proved their superior ity, and won by the comfortable mar gin, of 89 gamefc to 53. The following are the. details, Greenough. players be ing, given, first: — ?! Gent's pooides; -,, -\ Clinch and S. Morrell%eat Matey *nd lu /fayiflr 6 — 1. Anderson and Harrison beat Loekhart and Castles 6— & Knap? and Morrell beat McKernon and Tay lor 6 — i. Duncan and Vince beat John -ston. and Blencowe 6— 4. t . Ladies' Doubles. Misses Morrell beat Mis* Stafford and Miss Pickering 6 — L Miss Criddle and Miss Harrison beat Mrs. Loekhart and HDss Perham 6—0. Miss' Criddle and Miss Duncan beat Misses McLeod and Johnston -6 — 5. Mrs. 'WilsoE and Miss Morrell beat Misses Stokes and Chapman 4-— -2. Mixed Doubles. Mifs Morrell and Clincn beat Miss Stafford and L. Taylor 6-1. Miss ...
GERALDTON WEEK A FULL PROGRAMME ATTRACTIONS TO SUIT ALL TASTES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
GERALDTON WEEK A FULL PROGRAMME ATTRACTIONS TO SUIT ALL TASTjBS ? Gerald ton will b€ in carnival mood next week. In fact it will seize Gerald ton before next week for the carnival celebrations, upon the arrangements of which so much work and attention have been bestowed during the past months, really commence on Friday evening. There will be. attractions for every body. Every taste has been considered and the devotees of practically every sport, excepting football — it is not the time of the year for that strenuous ffi—fir-JSiU.frP .eijthgr .atjjp to ^JJarUcigatc^ liiRS?^ap_ AfcirJfavorife^asf—S^tel bowling' fraternity ^pcn%iBri%Jund ~~W festivities on Friday night, when visit ing wielders of biassed- woods 'will be welcomed on the beautiful and well ap pointed 'green of the Bowling Club. From then onwards until Sunday, Feb ruary 3rd-, .there will be a succession of sports and outdoor and indoor gath erings, so that townspeople and visitors will never be at a loss for something to i...
SHOT ON A TRAIN BETTINGER DIES DETAILS OF THE SHOOTING STATEMENT BY A WITNESS Mingenew, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
SHOTONATRAINi BETTINGER DIES DETAILS OF THE SHOOT ING STATEMENT BY A WITNESS Mingenew, January 23. Frank Bettinger, (24), who was shot in the groin in a second-class compart ment of the Geraldton to Perth train, as it was Hearing Strawberry late on Friday night, died in the Three Springs Hospital shortly after 5 p.m. vestcrday. In. his dying depositions he said he .jjgjis 3..; German, and, that his father was ?Uviiig i_7 Hamburg, ^-j^pma^r™~ 'J** *^ . ' He made two statements to the police. In the first he said he was wounded by Bill Let-lie, whom he had known in Perth, and Fremantle. They had. a' raw, he said, 'and Leslie shot him. with, a pistol. Later he said Leslie had a suit, a razor and a shaving brush of hia, and they quarrelled because he would not give them. back. Michael Shevelin, who. was in - the compartment in which the shooting oc curred, told the police that while walk irig from! Gcraldton to Mingenew look ing for work, he met a man who said he was Bill Leslie, of Abe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
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The Geraldton Guardian & Express WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1929 GERALDTON'S CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
(guarMati & -£xpre&$ WEDNESDAY, JAXDAKY 23, 1929 GEEALDTON'S CELEBRATIONS Western Australia's Centenary year has opened auspiciously. The very able and representative committee which has given much time to the consideration of a Centenary programme Ls'toT^e eon- grat^t££$ip^?i_fe *VTjfofoih|ij||& Iffifer-i of events and - f unctioi^-iifkich *e^^_ r take place during the year as a 'result of their labours. Hardly had*the New Year begun, before tho programme opened with yacht races iii Perth, a scout corroboree in the South West, and the playing off of the Australian Chess Championship, also in ^the capital city. From now on there will hardly be a week during. 1929 in which some event involving, an influx of,, visitors from other States and beyond is not in pro cess of being decided. Nor are the celebrations confined to the capital city; every country centre wbieh has notified its desire to partake in the State-wide celebrations has been given a place in the Co...
WHISPERS SENT THROUGH SPACE. HOW MESSAGES RIDE ON WIRELESS WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
WHISPERS SENT THROUGH SPACE. - ? ♦ ? HOW MESSAGES RIDE ON WIRFJLESS WAVES. flow far away can the loudest shout I e beard ? Probably rot i.iore than half a mile in the ordinary way, though it may travel farther in mountainous country. With a merra fhone the human voice m&y carry more than a mile. The loudest sound that we can .ma'te, such for example as thnt caus ed by firing a 15in. gun, may be heard J ffty miles away. As a ral2, sou-ids j ha* c a very short range, and tb?y i mo.c through the air very slo-.vly. It would ta'xe more than four minutes j for instance, for the sound of a big gin's discharge to cover fifty miles, j Yet by means of wireless telephony I the feeble sounds made by the speak- j ing voice can be conveyed 5,000 miles or more, and they accomplish a jour ney of this distance in the thirty seven th part of a second. In wireless telephony the slow moving sounds of speech and music are made to ride pick-a-back on the rushing ether waves. When yoii speak or ei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
FOUNTAIN Pens.— Best variety and values in town, including the fam ous Swan. — Geraldton Newspapers Lim ited, 'Guardian ' Buildings, 125 Mar ine Terrace. * ? QIL Engines for sale cheap, in good working order; about 5 h.p.; may be inspected at 'Express' office, Ger aldton; and 'Times' office, Cue. — Ap- ply General Manager, Geraldton News papers Limited. FOR YOUR NEW HAT SEE Jos, Johnston f THE HAT SPECIALIST Fust Opened Newest Shades and Shapes in— EXHIBITION BORSALINO; BORSAUNO AND SOVEREIGN HATS 1 SEE OUR WINDOWS £JIL Engines for sale cheap, in good working order; about 5 h.p.; may be inspected at 'Express' office, Ger aldton; and 'Times' office, Cue.— ^Ap- ply General Manager, Geraldton News papers Limited, 'Guardian*1 Buildings, 125 Marine Terraee. ? EVERYBODY DELIGHTED If whole-hearted applause is any thing to go by there is no question that the prelude to Uncle Tom fs Cabin as presented at the King's Theatre hist night met with the ap proval of patrons. The big film classic to...
SEA BATHING SOME HINTS FOR LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
. ? -??'?-- — - ^^m SEA BATHING ' V^l SOME HINTS FOB 2t_|KBBw^ '^1 '? ?* ' ? ? . . ^^__S__I There is nothing more iw_«^^^9 than sea bathing if one _oea -f»il!_ii| sensibly. But there a_cJ ___. -g^^g pleasant hoUday file ? __ts_e^^^^S 'for the recl_es& ____ r_?*_f__IM [stance, a general deter_u___o. __w«^ jbatheis to 8tay in tte' m ^ ^.^ ffhey often wait until ttey _» ita^fl 'oughly cliilled, and ^ttie- n_h_B^_.Ji ;trire_ation by h^ _«,*___-, ^i»2 jhould come out of the «atc_ __^^ still glowing. ' ^'^ ?' One cnriouB fallacy- is «h_T* Ii^^S fehould not let the __t xUet ^ «fc^ the body, but take a'fredi _ilir___S™ «r immediately after ____^ ^-^_.^ ing eo, the liealth-givag papalin^M Tthe sea water are reduced to ?», ..1%p^E one thing that salt water does J_m%3 the hair. Be sure tihat ywmr* VM^^Immi really water tight--_u__y «t tte *»ZijA$ fines are not. And if «_e ys-. 3b^%% comes damp, rinse it -way '??'?'njP'^I^ For ordinary beach wear -TmurT Ijjft^^ porous etrawB, never fett...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
y ? . ? . ? f ?- DIEECT1ON ? GEBALDTON WEEK COMMITTEE Thursday and Friday, January 31, and February 1 TOWN HALL, GEKALDTON. 'LOVE IN THE NORTH' A Musical Revue in Two Acts written and Produced by F. W. Spargo, Musical Director of King's Theatre. DON'T MISS THIS TROPICAL TOP ICAL TON OF TOMFOOLERY ! ! A Story of Life and Love in the Xort.h with a musical accompaniment. ACT I. SUMMER GARDEN OF HOTEL ESPLANADE, PERTH. ACT 1. BEACH CARNIVAL AT GERALDTON. Cast of CHARACTERS. The Father (Mr. Duinarcsque) Mr. A.Robinson; His Wife, Miss M.Robe son; Marion (their daughter). Miss O. Davis; James Winton (a wealthy investor) Mr. J. Holman; Simmons (his valet) Mr. T. Carter; Aunt Helen Hunt, Miss E. Evensen. Supported by Messrs A. Stenhtuse, Harris and Bearde and the charming and vivacious Eight Beauties in dainty ballets and novelties. Elaborate Costuming. Now Scenery. Eat. -anting Musical Numbers. Humorous Gags. Full Orchestra and Lighting Effects. PRICES: 4/-, 3/-, 2/2 and children half price...
ARE YOU BAD-TEMPERED? [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
ARE YOU BAD-TEMPERED ? 'Show me a man's pencil, and I will tell you his character,' saia a well-known business man recently. He added that when he was inter viewing an applicant for a job he in variably asfeed him to write a sen tence, first in ink and then in pencil. If the applicant had neither foun tain pen or pencil, and the man who doe_n*t carry one isn't the type of person who would be ready in a case of emergency. ,The pencil which looks as though it bad been sharpened with a chopper belongs to the rough-and-ready sort cf man who doesn't mind bow he does a Job so long as he gets it done. Pe is also ge»waus to r. fault. Watch him sharpening his pencil ' and jp'i will observe Vast the ctopptsr like appearance is the result of the way he hacks at the wood. The fact that he is wasting his pencil does not occur to Mm — and he adopts much the same attitude with regard to money. Take the artistic man — not neces sarily the . painter of pictures, but any person who has a refined natu...
EAST CHAPMAN MAILS TWO DELIVERIES A WEEK NEEDED (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
EAST CHAPMAN MAILS ? — TWO DEUVEBIES A WEEK NEEDED (To the Editor) Sir, — The next ten years or so will unfold a brilliant demonstration, let us hope, of what the words progress and evolution define, something perhaps be yond the vivid .and powerful imagina tions of men like Shakespeare, Dante and Milton. Thirty years is a long period to reflect upon, with the ailpre sent vicissitudes of pioneering and success, that we are so proud to behold to-day, and this commendable achieve ment of the past thould act as an en-. The enthronement of Dr. Cosmo Gordon couragement to all in the time to conu.. In all lands endowed with the blessing of civilisation, one of the para mount considerations is coinnmnicatioii with the rest of mankind, whether it b« 12.000 miles off, or if /only 20* miles dis tant, and I feel I am. speaking fwitli. every justification when I say that any settlement, remote though it may be, is entitled to every possible attention in this regard, subject to certain reason ab...
LIMERICK'S PREPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
UMEBICK7S PBEPABATION. According to all accounts Limerick: is going along as well as his trainer could wish. He is starting to sprint at half-a-mile, and he will be given more strenuous tasks from the com mencement of next month. As he is to race at the Dunedin meeting in February, he will be forward in con* dition when he comes . to Sydney for the autumn meetings. It will ba ne cessary in order to down Gothic.
COMMITTING OFFENCES TWO PERSONS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
COMMITTING OFFENCES ' ? ^ _ , TWO PERSONS PINED. Mr. E. Y. Butler, Acting ICVf^ oc- - copied the Bench in the Police Court \ this morning when Joseph Bathgate, laborer, pleaded guilty to a, charge of having committed a nuisance in Gathe- .' dral Avenue vesterda.tr affpmnnn ? . Constable Thornton said that about =j 4 o'clock he saw the defendant behav- , ..i J ing in an objectionable manner at *he ''. side of the Club Hotel, in riafh.^r?! ;~ Avenue, a few yards off the main street. Sergeant JSormoyle said Affman*,r only twjo days ago was fined for hav- -'? ing been under the influence of liquor. 3?he B.M. imposed a fine of £2, with 4/- costs. . . John McLean pleaded guilty to hav? f ing been under the influence of Ei|- '~^ nor in Marine Terrace yesterday. Sergeant' Nbrmoyle said defendant was also before the court for a -™n» offence on Monday. He had promisei to leave the town, but had not doas so. Defendant was fined £2, witk ~ costs.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MTnurftHTAM GRIMSHAW. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father who died on January 23, 1926. What would I give to clasp your hand Your dear old face to see; To hear once more that tender voice, That meant so much to me. — Inserted by his loving wife, daugh ter, Lizzie, and son-in-law, Peter For rester.
MULLEWA ROAD BOARD RAILWAY IMPROVEMENTS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 23 January 1929
MULLEWA ROAD BOARD RAILWAY IMPROVEMENTS RE QUIRED. The usual monthly meeting of the Mullewa Boad Board was held on January 12, Messrs D. Warren. (Chair-' man), T. Molster, J. J. Keeffe, J. J. O'Brien, J. H. Turiey, H. Pass, B. Dun kin and the secretary being present. J Mr. Keeffe reported having inspect ed the road cleared by Zinella, .and said that a lot more width had been done than was required, and he there fore recommended payment. &nbsp; The Lands Department notified that an early decision would be made in re- &nbsp; gard to the stock route to Mingenew. The Works Department wrote giv- &nbsp; ing permission to rescind the motion for a loan rate, and to make a lower rate. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; With regard to the. destruction of &nbsp; rabbits it was decided to ask the department to recommend the most &nbsp; satisfactory cart, and whether sleds would be more suitable. &nbsp; &nbsp; A letter from the Ed...
WRONG SIDE OF THE ROAD PERTH MOTORIST FINED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 24 January 1929
WRONG SIDE OF THE ROAD . -PERTH MOTORIST FINED At the Police Court this morning, be fore Mr. !&-. Y. Butler, . Acting E.IL Albert 'Greenwood, commercial traveller, Perth, was charged with having left his car on the incorrect side of the road. The &M, said he ' had received a let ter;f roni thet defendant in. -which he stat ed lie had had to return ?to Perth. He (defendant) considered the case a tn ' vial one, and asked that it be ad jouzned f.or a. nipnth. *. The K.M. ask ed the complainant if he had any ob jection to the adjournment. Tjraffie Inspector Smythe said,' he strongly Objected.; People from the city came her^e and.imagined'thSy^could do just' as they wished. Defendant con sidered the case a trivial; one, but he would certainly not dare * to leave his car on the incorrect side of the road in Perth. Defendant had had plenty of time to attend to the summons. The B.M. decided to hear the evid ence. Cobiplainant said that oh* Monday morning at about 9 o 'clock ...
WISE MEN SAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 24 January 1929
WISC MEN SAY m v Be careful ; small suspicions des troy good reputations. * Do it now ; what is not gathered in youth . cannot be enjoyed in old age. Be just ; if someone hath less than bis share an injustice has been done. Don t waste ; he is not the best carpenter who makes the most chips. Do not delude yourself. Of course, it is dark if you shut your eyts ! 'Accept criticism ;. all the wisdom in the world is not undergone hat. Safety first. 'Tis no gain to catch the train and die of heart-disease on the journey. Learn to obey ; he who has not given obedience will never get it. Study your purse. A second-hand car is just as impressive if you move to a new neighbourhood, where folk will think you did the using.