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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

What a lucky 'groom — a bride and a Biro, in the one day! And what a clever little wife . . . she knows what's his is hers . . . she can borrow the Biro without harsh words being spoken 'cause there's no nib to break or cross — it sails any style of writing. To* Biro British Ball point pen 'writes S$M im^M with a velvet touch' on any surface /sije I/bW t ... and dries as it writes. Makes iMm lS§^Ml , up to six carbon copies . . . and ink W:M IMml is permanent. x KM fm-lm I Two Models Available \M K!w® ? « The famous 'Standard' Model 55/-. WM ' tW^fflj In dove grey, maroon and , black h£a up iH cases. The 'Minor' writes 'in \im WUS i colour. Set of four with stand mm ImiWl 38/- or 8/9 each. Each 'Minor' ? /j|» fm'ffl \ writes in a separate colour — -^ red, \ijm /ft fg ? ' green, blue, black. /||f me M Test Biro at your stationers, /jfj» jm ffl jewellers or store. /I If JjK! S rSjf° ' If' /ff Biro Standard Pens are guaranteed. i£§ £-*Q M§f ^^ / PatentNo. 122073 dated Dec. 8. 1943. [7 ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Housing in Geraldton Homes for Tradesmen COMMISSION'S SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 18 March 1948

Housing in Geraldton Homes for Tradesmen COMMISSION'S SCHEME A i»i--[M.sal uf the State Houslua C'liiiuiissioji to .^.-tnctiuu the erection of Jw.tch cuitiiscs at the west-end of the low n fr,r the .uxoiuuiudation of trades uii-ii to he engaged in the building of UMjjiiK.-y iiouses in Geraldton evoked u lengthy discussion at the last uieetiug of tiie Geraldton Municipal Council. The secretary of the State Housing Commission (Mr. II. J. Bond) had written to tlie Council conveying information contained in a report sub mitted by an officer of the Commission to flie effect that negotiations were commenced about the middle of last year with Geraldton contractors with the view of arranging a base price for the construction of Commonwealtli Staie timber-framed houses at Gerald ton. Various discussions had taken place with the contractors and mem bers of the Municipal Council. Extend ed bills of quantities . for a typical house (Type 10A) were submitted by the Geraldton panel of contractors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

The Arctic Circle contains land rich in forests and wild life, and capable of supporting a population of more than 1,000,000, but iu contrast Antarctica has. not a single tree and no land creature larger than an insect.

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE The. following passengers travelled from Carnarvon by the GeraldtonCar narvon Taxi Service yesterday: — Messrs. Twy cross,. W. Knowles and Mrs. Marmion.

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

RECENT AUt TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to ami from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past few days : — Perth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. M. Hanson. .1. Jameson, S. Hall, L. C. Slight, B. Patterson, S. R. Melbin, W. Knight, M. Levy, M. Dug sran, D. V. Shepheard, L Grant, W. D. Ivey, T. Marriott, Mrs. M. Duggaii, Misses P. Blinco, P. Clarke, B. Clarke and.O. Waterhouse. Geraldton fo Perth (Wednesday) — Messrs. J. Oyershy. C. H. Lauibe, W. J. Batten, A. J. Acklaml, G. Baker, A. Anderson, Mesdaiues E. M. Gould, C. H. Lambe. W. E. Gilbertsou, J. Da veil- 1 port. W. J. Batten. M. M. Colo, Misses P. MeConne-H, B. Gould, M. J. C«sJ« and M. Hooper. Geraldton to Perth (Thursday) — Messrs. G. Sidote, T. Shauahan, 1$. Hall. Rev. K. B. Halley. Perth to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. A. B. Barnsden, R. Monger, C C. H. Johnson, A. L. Jupp, K. Jupp, J. Oversby, Mesdames Williams and K. R. Cambridge. Geraldtou to Pert...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

People on tine Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid laud Railway Company between Perth and Geraldton during the past few days : — Perth to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. W. J. Potts, Chin Sun, N. Richardson, B. Powell, L. Powell, T. Hickey, Stokes, B. Bowller, G. T. Walsh. Lowrie, Mesdaiues P. Stans (ield, S. Cooper, P. A. Stokes, J. Stokes, E. Stokes, A. Neajile, W. Holmes, .1. Curtis and A. T. Black. . Geraldton to Perth (Saturday) — | Messrs. F. J. Dunn, R. Shaw, C. J. Tilley, M. Sims, J. Ramsay, G. Andre, J. Toohey, Otte, Mesdanies Johnson, McGregor, Hat ton, M. Thomas, Otte, F. ? J. Dunn, R. Shaw, A. M. Tilley, C. Jliillcr, Missos U. GriftVu, P. Wells and A. El her! on.

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Aerial Rain Trial New Zealand Experiment COUNTRYSIDE DELUGED Wellington, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Aerial Rain Trial New Zealand Experiment COUNTRYSIDE DELUGED Wellington, March 20. New Zealand's first experiment in aerial rain making were made at Hawkes Bay, when a farmer flew over his property and dropped dry ice on clouds to try to save valuable crops. CoiiK'idontally or otherwise the coun tryside was deluged.

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French Defence Vote Communist Demonstration USHERS INTERVENE Paris, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

French Defence Vote Communist Demonstration USHERS INTERVENE Paris, -March 20. Ushers to-day prevented Communist and Rightist Deputies in the National Assembly from coming to blows. The Chamber approved £A-j6,250,OU0 credits for national defence expenditure in April and many Deputies screamed abuse throughout the session. A Communist Deputy charged the Government with suppressing the air force in favor of a large army of infantrymen, who wouid act as a police force for American imperialists.

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Antarctic Quarrel Soviet's Keen Interest AMERICA'S ROLE Moscow, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Antarctic Quarrel Soviet's Keen Interest AMERICA'S ROLE Moscow, March 20. The Soviet Union is watching the Antarctic quarrel with considerable interest, says an article in 'Izvestia.' Russian explorers, it says, discover ed considerable territory in. areas now iu dispute between Argentina and Chile on the one hand and Britain .^n the other. . ,;: The article asserts that the 'United States seeks domination over the Ant arctic and has encouraged the Argen tine and Chilean claims.

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Tribute to Gandhi Picture on Note Issue MINISTER'S STATEMENT . New Delhi, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Tribute to Gandhi ? 4, ? Picture on Note Issue MINISTER'S STATEMENT . New Delhi, March 20. The late Mahatma Gandhi's picture is to replace the King's on the new Indian one rupee notes immediately aud all other currencies later. Finance Minister Cbetty told Parliament this amid cheers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

TYRES TYRES TYRES \ Young Motors Pty. Ltd.! £ ? FOR ? ' \ j Olympic, Goodyear or I \ ... Dunlop ?.. \ \ SOME OF THE SIZES AVAILABLE:— ^ \ 30x3-1 500x17 550x19 \ \ 300x20 500x19 550x20 \ \ 400x19 500x21 600x16 :? ' 'l 450x17 500x23 600 x 18 \ \ 500x20 500x24 650x19 \ \ 450x2! 525x16 650x21 \ \ 500 x !6 550x16 650x16 \ i 30x5 550 x 17 700x16 - :: \ 34x7 550x18 700x17 :? J 900x16 I $ We receive the largest quota of ali makes of Tyres and Tubes J f ? J ^ SECURE YOUR TRUCK OR CAR TYRE REQUIREMENTS !j $ ? FROM ? \ Young Motors Pty. Ltd. J Tel. 3 1 2 ? Marine Terrace, Geraldton ? Tel. 3 1 2 iFffiEBRIGADiES' DEMOJ \ QUEENS PARK, GERALDTON \ (March 27th, 29th and 30th) ! 1 30 - BRIGADES - 30 \2 - Brass Bands - 2 \ PARADES FROM ESPLANADE TO QUEEN'S PARK ;j Saturday at 2 p.m. and Monday at 9 a.m. '- Admission to Demo : Adults, 1/6; Children, 6d. i I 'torchlight procession ! i Esplanade to Town Hall en Saturday at 7.30 p.m. ; $ Dance in Town Hal! to follow — Admission, 2/- ; ; .; .; ? , ? - — -...

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HOLY LAND RE-ACTIONS Arabs Cheer; Jews Shocked "A MORAL VICTORY" Jerusalem, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

HOLY LAND REACTIONS Arabs Cheer; Jews Shocked ^A MORAL VICTORY' Jerusalem, March 20. Arabs greeted with cheers and Jews with shocked surprise the United States decision to withdraw its support of the Palestine partition plan Jubil ant Arabs shouted the news through the Streets and in bars and stood each other drinks to celebrate what they described as 'an Arab moral victory.' A member of the Jewish Agency 6aid : — 'It does not matter what Amer ica says. The Jews in Palestine have already put a sort of partition into force and we are maintaining it.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 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 Hues), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages, Fun eral and Memoriatn Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read ing matter, 7d. per line

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Sweeping Price Cuts British Housewives to Benefit A CO-OPERATIVE MOVE London, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Sweeping Price Cuts ? ♦ ? British Housewives to Benefit A CO-OPERATIVE MOVE London, March 19. The sweeping price cut in foodstuffs to be made from May 20th will save housewives £A10,000,000 per year. The cuts have been approved by the national Co-operative Societies in response to an appeal by the Minister for Economics (^ir Stafford Cripps) to lower prices. Reckoned on rationing registrations with l.UMj co-operative shops, the price cuts will benelit 10,000,000 members. The reductions recommended include bread (3^d. per loaf) by Id., butter by lid. i-er lb, margarine by Id. per lb., bacon and cheese by 2d. per lb., sugar by id. per lb. The societies have decided to ask the Minister for Food (Mr. Strachey) to re draft meat prices so that every house wife may have the same amount of | meat for less money. The Hoard of ' Trade will be approached to secure a general reduction iu prices.

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St. Patrick's Concert Presentation at Geraldton AN ENJOYABLE NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

St. Patrick's Concert . ? ^ ? Presentation at Geraldton AN ENJOYABLE NIGHT A new departure was made this year in connection with the annual national concert presented to celebrate tlm feast of St. Patrick. In former years the entertainment consisted mainly of a programme framed on vaudeville lines, ut at the GeraJdton Town Hall on Wed nesday night Jast-the Cathedral Players under the direction of Rev. Father L. Monk presented a two-act play entitled 'Kathleen A'roon' by Cecil Clarke. Kiiiphasis was laid oil the festival of the day hy the introduction into the play of several pleasing sonji and dance interludes of a marked Irish flavor, whilst the ever-green melodies of the Kmerald. Isle were included in the renderings of Miss Doreen Dawson's Orchestra, who supplied the incidental music during the evening. Ueseribed as a romantic Irish play, 'Kathleen Aroon' is richly studded with national witticisms and the love theme that runs throughout the piece is blended with a pathos and drama...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

has a 'Domino-Reaction' . . ? isi^H^sss^*'' 'fi^^fiFiSflP^^ ^et up a row °* d°m'noes- **p ^i||i£sf@'^-*i* ^^&&BmBa0^^L One cn-*' an-* *n a fnomcnt *^e ||i||5' ?*' I^SsPISs^^ whole line falls fiat. Something like w^_^ ^^ jrfBHHft^^^^^ ***** can haPPcn in money matters—' *'*~ ^^SS&SSSfzSSMlm through careless spending. __^^^S^B^^^^ When money is plentiful and many goods ^&S5s3|^2^2| in short supply, every act of unnecessary ___^^^HPV ^^^fB^^ spending exerts a pressure on prices. S=3HH%K|||k If uncontrolled, this pressure could upset the '*lf!WF!»Blllk. economic balance. Away would go the 'domino- 3^^^E^QK3^k reaction' of inflation. Our living standards would 3^^^^^|^BflP topple . . . our chances of future prosperity would decline. ^l^^^^^S^^S Price control and other protective measures are designed to ^l^BBtfH^^W prevent an inflationary 'domino-reaction' — but they must JaWWpi^jBl have your support and full co-operation, through saving. ^^?B95S9gg|^^ Her...

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Palestine Partition SURPRISE MOVE BY U.S. Support for Plan Withdrawn TRUSTEESHIP PROPOSED Lake Success, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Palestine Partition SURPRISE MOVE BY U.S. Support for Plan Withdrawn TRUSTEESHIP PROPOSED Lake Success, ilarch 19. lhe Lmted States has withdrawn its support for the partitioning of Pales tine. Iu a surprise move to-day the American delegate (Mr. Warren Aus tin) asked the United States to shelve the partition plan and call an imme diate session of the General Assembly to establish a temporary trusteeship for the Holy Land. Russia's Mr. Andrei Gromyko, obviously taken aback, attacked the proposal as a contradiction at the Assembly's 1947 decision. He said that be would have to ask Moscow for instructions. France and China indicated that they would agree to the latest American proposal. Britain, which did not take part in the Big Power deliberations on Pales tine, had no comment to offer. Mr. Austin laid the latest American plan before a meeting of the Big Five efter the Security Council had heard a report from him that the United States, Russia, China and France con sidered v that th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

*???-? ? ?? ? ? ? ===» Here's a treat - -??*? for the family! ^ | 1 It is the most delicious Spaghetti you ? have tasted. It is a selection of the finest '? quality Spaghetti cooked and blended with a rich sauce made from the choicest red ripe tomatoes. It is ideal hot or cold and is now available in I6oz. cans from all stores. Hurry to try it. SPAGH ETTI 4 'Piaistouje

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths DEATH WALTON (Ronald Stanley) — On March 14th, 1948, as the result of a motor accident; aged 21 years. —Inserted by his loving father, sister and brothers. WALTON Ronald Stanley) — On March 14th, as result of a motor truck accident, dearly beloved grand son of Mr. and Mrs. Henley, Nor rhaiupton ; aged 21 years. IN ME3MORIAM DENNER — In loving memory of our dear old mother (Elizabeth), who passed away on March 19th, 1944, Gone, but never forgotten. —Inserted by her loving daughter Flor rie and family. GIBSON, Fred (R.A.A.F.)— In ever loving memory of our dear sou and brother, who passed away at Heidel bery Hospital, Melbourne on March 22nd, 1945. — Inserted by his loving father, sisters aud brothers, Geraldton. SINCLAIR (Rachael)— In fond mem ory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on March 22nd, 1939. —Always remembered by her loving husband and family. BEREAVEMENT T'HE SON and DAUGHTER of the late Mr. W. E. Criddle, of South Greenough, desire t...

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Letter to the Editor Federal Labor's Record A POOR SHOWING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Letter to the Editor Federal Labor's Record A POOR SHOWING Sir — I want to say that I do not agree with those who believe that Federal Labor has played a noble part or is at present behaving in the best interests of our country. Like millions ?-f other Australians I believe they uave a very poor record and hare no right to occupy the position they hold to-day. They forced an election on ne country in tne early days ot the last war. Knowing it was their golden oppor- ' unity to get into the saddle because j they would get the support of those who ?vanted to avoid conscription. Before the war they were strong in their opposition to Menzies' war effort, quite regardless of onr serious position. Nevertheless he was able to lay the foundations on which they built and were not generous enough to acknow ledge it. After their election it was doubtful for some time as to whether they were going to have anything to do with the war, and when they did wake up to the fact that it was ours as muc...

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