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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled ny the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perth ami Gerahiton during the past two days :— Perth to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. A. Willmotu J. D. Bishop, G. 1). BhukwelL H. Barnaul, J. Tormey, R. O'Loary, J. W. Green, H. Enberv. H. Howell. J. Forrester, M. Price, Heelau and Rev. E. Atwell, Mesdames R. Bounsell, A. Willmott, F. H. Brooks, G. A. McLaughlan, J. D. Bishop, H. Barhani, G. 1). Blackwell, K. Walker, E. Aterll. M. A. Batty. V. Gregory, H. Hi. well and c. Caldow, ? Misses JL\ McCauK .1. Coelli. M. Clover, M. Biggs, H. Brooks, V. Walker, M. Darcy, S. Hearushiiw. Gei-aldton to Perth (Saturday) — Messrs. M, T. Williamson, IJ. Kelsoll, K. McGann, H. D. Macoboy, F. V. Cross, P. C. l'atrerson, .1. McCagh, M. Currun, Mayor, E. R. Hetherington, N. Steritt, A. Barry. V. Humfrey, B. Huiufivy ami L. Newell, Mesadmes M. Curran. E. It. Hetherington, M. Green, L. Newell, M...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Financial Relations Commonwealth and States DISCUSSION PROPOSED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Financial Relations ? ^ Commonwealth and States DISCUSSION PROPOSED Perth, This Afternoon. In a message to the Premier (Mr. McLarty), the Prime Minister (Mr. Chilley) has said that, if it is found necessary to call the Loan Council together early this year, he will con sider a request for a conference on Commonwealth and State financial relations generally. At the Premiers' Conference in Aug ust Mr. McLarty received the support of all Premiers when he moved a motion that the problem of financial relations be referred to a convention consisting of two Federal Ministers and one Minister from eacn Mare, to be held before March 31st, 1948. Mr. Chilley was the only dissentient and after the conference an oflicial spokes man for the Commonwealth said that Mr. Chi Hey could see no use in such a convention. Mr. McLarty later wrote to Mr. Chiflpy urging him to agree that there was need for an examination of Com monwealth-State financial relations.

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The Crayfish Industry Catching at Abrolhos Islands PROTEST TO GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

The Crayfish Industry Catching at Abrolhos Islands PROTEST TO GOVERNMENT It is learned from an authoritative source that there is considerable resent ment amongst local fishermen agaiust boats from Fremantle being permitted to catch crayfish at the Abrolhos Islands during the catching season. It Is stated that the boats from Fre uiantle are of a big type and take away huge quantities of crustaceans, and the contention of the local fisher men is that some form of control will be necessary to prevent the crays being ttshed out sit the Abrolhos Islands. Further, it is stated that there is by no means an inexhaustible supply of crayfish in these waters. Requests have recently been made to the member for- the district (Hon. E. H. Hall, M.L.A.) that the Government 5-e approached and asked to prevent boats from Fremantle from catching crayfish at the Abrolhos Islands, and it is understood that the Minister con trolling the Fisheries Department is vested with this power. In a communication ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Weather Forecast— The Weather Bureau to-day issued the following Geraldton forecast for the next twenty four hours : — Fine with moderate tem peratures; moderate to fresh south, south-west winds and slight to moder ate seas. Wheat for Overseas: — The loading of 9,100 tous of bulk wheat on the s.s. Ernest W. Gibson, which berthed at Geraldton from Fremantle on Monday j last, was completed early this after- ! noon. The vessel was scheduled to sail for Europe at about 6 p.m. to-day. Lower Temperatures. — Following the | registration of high temperature read- 1 ings in Geraldton during the early j part of this week, there was a decided j drop in the mercury on Thursday last j when a maximum of 79.3 degrees was recorded. Yesterday and to-day the same maximum reading (S1..O degrees) was registered the minimum readings j ueiug tV2.S and (57.0 degrees respectively, j Special Matinee at Radio Theatre. — At a special matinee to be held at the Radio Theatre on Tuesday afterno...

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Donnybrook Fatality Tree-Falling Tragedy PINNED TO GROUND Donnvbrook, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Donnybrook Fatality Tree-Falling Tragedy PINNED TO GROUND Donnybrook, This Afternoon. The unexpected fall of a tree he was grubbing killed James ' Harold Niel (3S), of Donnybrook, yesterday. He had cut the surface roots of a black butt tree. Suddenly it fell pinning him. He suffered multiple back injuries. Xiel died in the Donnybrook Hospital two hours later. The accident occurred on the property of Mr. George Charles Park, of the South-Western Highway, Donnybrook.

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Alleged Cancer Cure Doctor Selects Patients TESTING OF CLAIMS Sydney, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Alleged Cancer Cure Doctor Selects Patients TESTING OF CLAIMS Sydney, January 10. Four patients have been selected by the Director-General of Health (Dr. Morris) to test Mr. John Braund's claim to be able to cure cancer. Mr. Braund said: — 'They have all been certified by doctors as cancer cases.' One is a Roman Catholic priest from whose neck a growth was removed, and another is a business man. Mr. John Braund has asked for at least twenty patients with as wide a range of malignancy as possible to volunteer to test his cancer cure claims. ''I know all. A policeman picked you up at three in the morning when you were embracing a lamp-post.*' 'My dear, surely you're not jealous of a lamp-post?''

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British Coal Costs Effects of Five-Day Week A SUBSTANTIAL RISE London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

British Coal Costs ?- ? ♦ ? Effects of Five-Day Week A SUBSTANTIAL RISE London, January 10. The main reason for the loss which the National Coal Board incurred in the second quarter of 1947 after hav ing made a profit in the first quarter was the introduction of the five-day week. So said the Board's director of finance (Mr. J. Latham) at a press conference in London. The cost of lifting coal in the first quarter of 1947 in newly nationalised mines had increased by about (A)l/104 per ton compared with the last quarter of 1946. Under private ownership the cost had increased in the second quar ter of 1947 with the five-day week by about another (A)3/li per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

A CAR THE FAMILY ' 2£L tf \fcTfi5. '£ SET1* WILL BE HAPPY WITH I has eye-appeal in its sleek new styling and ft £ bis car appeal in the luxury of its appoint- Sift art hiatAHMinkt - % ments. No needed factor of comfort or SHiar*, DIgieilOUgn* 3 i convenience is lacking. The smart interior -*??«? ?--?»— fiJ*.. ?- ' is proportioned so that everyone can relax. 5m1*I WlrltCJF CFtOWffll Upholstery is tailored to retain its restful depth and shape. A controlled ventilation ' ? ? ? — ? system adds to all-weather comfort and a s* generous luggage trunk frees the interior S^f^ s\ S) A J M*\^ of bags and parcels. In engineering, too, f Ar\ M M M M ' f JW M m Prefect has many advantages. Its sturdy W M M M A ~W~^m i»# £ MM ! dependability, brisk performance, safety f MM ^gWM*^ M M^M M J 'M W W ' and ease of control suit all drivers in the f W Ms' M^m^MM\/m SlS OL »^ family. And the fact tha*. Prefect has ^^-W^ * %S* *^ ' ' Australia's lowest price and greatest overall m sW economy for a 10 h.p...

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American Racehorse Large Stake Earnings MAN-O-'WAR'S RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

American Racehorse Large Stake Earnings MAN-O-'WAR'S RECORD ''Man O' War,' who was considered by American racing men to be the gneutest racehorse and sire bred in the United States in this century and pos sibi'y in the history of the American turf, died at his owner's Faraway Farm, Ijexington, Kentucky, on OctoJier 31st last His career was remarkable in every way. He was beaten only once, when a two-year-old, and that was manifestly a fluke, at three years he not only won all the eleven races in which he took part, but created five new American records, two of which still stand ; his stake winnings, 249,4(55 dollars, were a record up to that time; he sired 3S6 foals, who to date have won 3,317,7S0 dollars in stakes, and, finally, he never had a trace of unsoundness and lived to be thirty years old. Iu all. 'Man O' War' won twenty races in twenty-one starts. He was a red chestnut aud stood 1U.2, and I was early christened 'Big Red' and the ! name stuck to him. He was just as j big a ...

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Radio Theatre Talkies "The Belts of St. Mary's" FOUR NIGHTS NEXT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies 'The Bells of St. Mary's' FOUR NIGHTS NEXT WEEK At the Radio Theatre last night there was another complete change of pro gramme, the feature films being 'Crack- Up' and 'The Stork Club.' sup ported by a brevity and rlie latest news reel. This bill will be reiwaretl to-night (Saturday), ami for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights next the programme will be as follows: — (1) — Universal Nvwsreel. ( 2 ) — Fea tu rette. (3)— Brevity. (4) — Xewsreel. (:'»)— -The Beils of St. Mary's' (Ring Crosby, Ingrid Rerguiau, Henry Travers and William liarguti). 'The Bells of St. Mary's' Described as a picture with which audiences have sat entranced through its human and heart-warming story, 'The Bells of St. Marys' will be screened on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes day and Thursday nights next and also at a special matinee on Tuesday after noon, the stars of the film being Bing Crosby and lugrkl Bergman, who an? supported by Henry Travers and Wil liam Gargan. Ring Crosby ha...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

PERSONAL v ? Mr. J. J. Cooney, who recently retired from the position of chief inspector of the Western Australian Police Force, is at present on a brief return visit to the town and is staying at the Free masons Hotel. Mr. Cooney intends returning to Perth early next week. * * * ' * * Mrs. Asliton Garratt, of Nedlands, .?Kcoiuji.iiuVd by lwv sou ('Garry'), . returned to Perth by hist night's trail) after having spent the past couple of weeks in Geraldton as the. guest of her brother-in-law 'and sister-in-law (Mr. and Mrs. C. Garratt). ***** The chief ollicer of the Western Aus tralian Fire Brigades Board (Mr. F. W. Gerhard), accompanied by members of the Western Australian Volunteer Fire Brigades Association in Messrs. ii. Carey aud It. Irvine and also the sec retary of the latter organisation (Mr. W. Dobson), are at present on an ollicial visit to Geraldton in connection with the annual fire brigades demon stration scheduled to take place in Ger aldfjn during next Easier. The visi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

MONDAY ? TUESDAY ? WEDNESDAY ? THURSDAY (January 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th) * I MATINEE— TUESDAY, at 2.30 p.m. ! 1945's Top Award Winners give you this year's Top Entertainment ! | The star who won your heart as 'Father O'Malley' in '-ioiiig My Way' \ and the star who slirred your dee|iest dreams in 'Gaslight' teamed under j the direction of the award-winning director who had his greatest story - to tell — here! ? ? i ping Crosby and Ingrid Bergman i in Leo McCarey's I ' The Bells of St. Mary's ' : -(FOB GENERAL -EXHIBITION) , \ ; WITH HENRY TRAVERS AND WILLIAM GARGAN Ring at his besfc . . . Bergman as you desire her . . . Together in the i happiest, heartiest hit of the years . . . Directed in all its human warmth | by Leo McCarey, who gave you 'Going My Way'! And when Bing and J i Bergman sing — The whole world's in tune! ' ] r | Also Supporting Programme of Selected Short Features \ Prices for all Evening Sessions— Adults, 3/3, 2/7 and 1/11 ; Children, 1/3 and 84 I FRIDAY '. ? — ...

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The Geraldton Guardian SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1948 INDONESIAN FEDERATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

j ? 5Jt£ «6e rate ton (Suardian j SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1948 INDONESIAN FEDERATION Extremely interesting light on cur rent developments for the granting by the Netherlands Government of increas ing powers of self-government to those communities in the Indonesian islands who show an honest desire to cooper ate in that direction is given by the latest cable messages from Java. When the Cheribon Agreement, provid ing for tlie ultimate establishment of a United States of Indonesia under the Dutch Crown, was negotiated late in November, 1946. the principal contract ing parties were the Dutch authorities and the Republican Government of Indonesia, whose authority the Dutch recognised over most of Java and :i portion of Sumatra. During the inter vening period, however, the Republican Government has shown such a conspicu ous lack of ability to govern the ter ritory conceded to it and a similarly prominent lack of will toward the co operation which is essential to give life to the- constitut...

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Zionists Buy Arms Big Explosives Consignment SEIZURE IN AMERICA New York, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Zionists Buy Arms ; — . ? «. ? Big Explosives Consignment SEIZURE IN AMERICA New York, January 9. State police to-day seized three trailer-trucks loaded with 69 tons of explosives, six-and-a-half times more powerful than T.N.T. The trucks were en route to a Zionist leaders business associate in New Jersey. Truck drivers became suspicious that they were carrying explosives and tip ped off the Federal Bureau- of InveST tigation. An alarm was broadcast by New Jersey police after they had broken up an alleged arms ring sus pected of supplying weapons to Pales tine Jews. The Arab Higher Committee to-day issued a statement saying that Zionists were buying ships, armoured cars aud planes in the United States to fight the Arabs.

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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Belmont Park WIN FOR BANAC [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Belmont Park WIN FOR BANAC The Distance Trial, the principal event of the programme of the race meeting conducted at Belinout Park this afternoon by the Western Aus tralian Turf Club was won by Bauac. Details of the various events are as follows : — ; GOODIA MAIDEN ' (For five-year-olds and under) Six furlongs Myamba, 8.S (Ay res) ? ? . . 1 Oranic, 9.0 (G. Da vies) . . 2 Rosebury, S.S (Charles) . . 3 Other starters : Babanooka 8.13. Good Quality 8.13, Drawbridge 8.12, Flying Panto 8.12, Goldfield's Hussy 8.12, Wil mare S.12, Sky Lady S.10, Lyric Maid j 8.8, Minnivale 8.8, Cbariuant 8.6, Anne's j Idea S.«5, Ross Road S.4, Orphan Prince ] S.3, Sea Dust 8.3, Balgure 7.11, Beau j Lass 7.10, Repeat 7.10. j Betting: 7 to 1 against the winner. ] Dividends : 11/6, 9/6, 27/-. BROMUS PURSE (First Division) ' Seven-and-a-half furlongs Burlette, S.4 (Dunwoodie) . 1 . Red Flamingo, 7.1 (White) 2 Threat, 7.13 (Ayres) .... 3 Other starters: Distinction 0.0, Val ley P...

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Public Examinations Leaving Certificate Results DISTRICT SUCCESSES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Public Examinations Leaving Certificate Results DISTRICT SUCCESSES The results of the leaving examina tion conducted by the University of Western Australia in November last were made available this week and the following are details of tne results obtained by students attending district schools, a distinction in any subject being indicated by the letter 'D' : — Christian Brothers' College Barrett, John Collin — English and Applied Mathematics. I Broad, Harvey Oliver — English, Latin, Mathematics 'A' (D), Mathe matics 'B,' Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mathematics. Dowglass, Robert Prideaun — English and Latin. Drew, Bryan John — English, Latin, Mathematics 'A,*' Mathematics 'Ii' (D), Physics (D), Chemistry, Applied Mathematics. Hutcbeson, Alan Henryon — English, Mathematics 'B,' Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mathematics. Mora, John Nino — English, Mathe matics 'A,' Mathematics *'B,' Physics, Chemistry. Morrissey, Richard John — English, Latin, Chemistry, Applied Mathematics. Nairn, Robe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All 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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Measuring bumps   to test the comfort of GOODYEAR TYRES The sensitive instrument shown here is a Good- year development used exclusively by Goodyear to measure the smoothness of a car's ride. Fastened to the frame in the rear of the car, it registers every minute jolt a car gets on the road. This instrument shows, scientifically and accurately, exactly how smooth a ride Goodyear Tyres give you. Results prove that Goodyear Tyres provide maximum riding comfort as well as long mileage and dependability. No wonder that for 32 consecutive years Goodyear Tyres have been the world's first choice. More people, the world     over, ride on Goodyear Tyres than on any other make. Elizabeth Arden Discriminating women who prefer Elizabeth Arden preparations wiil find all these lovely products in our Perfumery Department, from every essential for the care of the skin to the latest shades in powder and lipstick. These are the cherished creations for greater lo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths DEATH HANCOCK— A sincere tribute to the memory of our esteemed friend (Mr. Joe Hancock), who passed away at the Mount Hospital, Perth, on Jan uary 9th, 1948. Well done tliou -ood and faithful I servant I — Inserted by Mrs. J, Wilson and Mrs. | L. Evensen. i ? PARSONS — In loving memory of our dear son and brother (Phil), who passed away on January 5th, 1948. Peacefully sleeping where no shadows i falL — Inserted by his loving mother, father, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. IN MEMOREAM [ GIBSON (Jane) — In ever loving mem i ory of our wife and mother, who passed away at Geraldton on Janu ary 10th, 1942. — Inserted by her loving husband and' family, Geraldton. RAMSHAW, Tpr. D. M. (Don)— In lov ing memory of my brother, killed in action in New Guinea on January 10th, 1944. — Inserted by his loving brother ; (Colin). I RAMSHAW (Tpr. Donald McKillop)^ | Treasured memories of our dear son and brother, killed in action at Kulau (N.G.) on ...

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A Wharf Disturbance Two Girls Removed from Ship SAILING DELAYED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

A Wharf Disturbance Two Girls Removed from Ship SAILING DELAYED The tactful handling of a difficult situation by the police avoided what might easily have developed into a seri ous disorder on the Geraldton wharf last Saturday afternoon. After having loaded a cargo of wheat, the American ship Ernest W. Gibson was scheduled However, just before the vessel was to move from' her berth it was reported to the officials that there were two girls stowed away on the ship. A search by officers of the vessel revealed their presence and they were escorted to the wharf. One of the girls made a hur ried departure from the scene, but the. other engaged in a heated argument with her mother, who tried to take her away in a utility wagon. When the mother's efferts proved unavailing the police intervened and they had placed her in a motor car when five seamen — three of them white and two negroes — rushwl from the ship to the car and threatened to overturn it if the girl were not released. Realising ...

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