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CHURCH SERVICES Arrangements for To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

CHURCH SERVICES ? «. ? Arrangements for To-morrow The followin?; services will be con ducted iit various chur«hes in the town during to-morrow - Sunday) : — Church of Christ. — 1-- a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m.. Worship in the C.W.A. Hall at thf corner of Marine Terrace :uid Gregory Street. Presbyterian Church. — 10 a.m., Sun day School: 11 a.m., Morning Worship: 5.1-1 p.m., Fellowship Tea ; 7.30 p.m.. Evening Worship. Both services will be conducted by Rev. J. H. Gregson. Church of England. — 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion : 10 a.m., Holy Communion with Address (Young People's Family Service) : 11 a.m., Mattius; .1 p.m.. Holy Baptisui : 7.30 p.m.. Evening Prayer and 'Story of the Cross.' The Bishop -T Xorrli-West Australia (Right Rev. J. Frt'wer) will oflk-inte at all services. Salvation Army. — 7.3*) a.m., Prayer Meeting: 10.15 a.m.. Directory Classes; 11 a.m.. Holiness .Meeting: 2 p.m.. Com pany Classes at Bluff Point: 3 p.m.. Company Classes at Geraldton: -».3O p.m., Oik?u Air Meeting...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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CRICKET Northern District Association WIN FOR NARNGULU [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

CRICKET Northern District Association WIN FOR NARNGULU The fixtures of the Northern District Cricket Association were continued on Sunday last, when Narngulu defeated Walkaway in a low scoring match. Details of the scores are as follows : — NARXGULU First Innings R. Giles, c Nelson, b Heelan .... 5 K. Bone, c C. Criddle, b R. Connolly 0 H. Barndon, b Heelan ? 5 V. Bone, b Heelan ? 0 J. Lang, not out ? 25 J. Perejuan, c R. Criddle, b Heelan 3 J. Giles, b Heelan ? 0 J. Bone, c Prendergast, b .1. Power 2 F. 3IcConkey, b J. Power ....... 17 S. McConkey, c R. Connolly, b Sheridan ? 4 A. Angel, b J. Power ? 1 Sundries ? (5 Total US Bowling: R. Connolly, one for 12; K. Heelan, five for 14; M. Sheridan, one for 22; J. Power, three for 15. WALKAWAY First Innings C. Criddle, c l=erejuan, b F. McCon key ? 0 E. Nelson, c R. Giles, b F. McCon key ? .. ? 0 M. Sheridan, c H. Barndou, I) J. Giles ? 14 J. Power, b S. McConkey ...... S M. Logue, c J. Bone, b S. McCon key ? 0 J. Preudergast, c and b S...

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Transport Offence An Unlicensed Operation ENGINEER FINED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Transport Offence ? .* ? An Unlicensed Operation ENGINEER FINED In the Geraldton Police Court on Wed nesday, before the resident magistrate (Mr. T. AnsellJ, Daniel Charles Caddy, automotive engineer, of Meekatharra, was fined £15 and ordered to pay costs (T/-), when convicted on a charge of hnviiiir. at Geraldton. on Ocfohpr 17Hi_ 1947, being the owner of a motor truck, permitted same to operate on a road for the transport of petrol, for which operation the vehicle was not licensed and from which it was not exempt from the licensing provisions of the State Transport Co-ordination Act. Caddy, who did not appear in Court, tendered , a plea of guilty to the charge. , The prosecution was conducted by Insiiertor It. A. McPherson, of the Wes tern Australian Transport Board, who ' said that in October last Caddy had sent an empty motor truck in the charge of an employee, from Meeka tharra to Geraldton. The truck had returned to Meekathai-ra loaded with, fifteen drums of petrol for which tr...

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FOOTBALL Geraldton Association ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

FOOTBALL ? * ? Geraldton Association ANNUAL MEETING - i All three clubs (Railways, Rovers and Fire Brigade) were represented at the annual general meeting of the Ger aldton National Football Association on Thursday night last. In a brief report on the activities of ] the 1947 season, the president (Mr. A. I a. luunenorcij, wno occupied tne chair, said tiiat the Association had - experienced a most successful season J both financially unit from the point of ' view of improvement made in the I standard of play generally. A number i of inter-district matches had been ! played during the season and the Perth ! Football Club had paid a most success- j fill visit to the town, all of which ' served to increase interest in the game. | The Association was deeply apprecia tive of the work of the ladies commit tees of the various clubs, who were responsible for the provision of after noon teas at all matches throughout the season. Last year, the constitution of the Association had been complet...

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West Touring Talkies Programme for Northampton A TECHNICOLOR FILM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

West Touring Talkies Programme for Northampton A TECHNICOLOR FILM HaiJed as a technicolor production with, romance, adventure and excite ment, and a picture that will remain in the memory of patrons for ever. 'The Yearling' will be the feature ul the next programme to be screened by the West Touring Talkies at Northamp ton, and the supporting presentations will comprise a number of specially selected short subjects and riewsreels. Starring Gregory Peck and Jane Wyman, 'The Yearling' is the story of a man, his wife and son and their great and ceaseless battle with nature at its most elemental and brutal. Set in the fantastically beautiful Florida back woods the film relates in an absorbing manner, the little family's struggle for survival. The luxuriant tropical foli age and abundant wild-life provide a rich scenic background for the tech nicolor camera. The story is set in the late nineteenth century when a return ing Civil War veteran, Penny Baxter (Gregory Peck) settles in the bac...

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OBITUARY Funerals at Northampton TWO ACCIDENT VICTIMS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

OBITUARY Funerals at Northampton TWO ACCIDENT VICTIMS Two of the largest funerals held at Northampton for some years marked the tiual obsequies of the victims of the tragic accident on the old Geraldtou Nm-thampton Road on Saturday night last. The deceased (Messrs. It. S. Walton ami L. .1. Wight) wen- popular members of the community. Both had figured prominently in tin* snoninir life of the town and their wide circle of friends and acquaintances hastened to extend sympathy to the members of the bereaved families. The funeral of the late Mr. Ronald Stanley Walton was held on Monday last. The deceased, a native of North ampton, was a .son of Mr. S. Walton, of Hampton Road, Northampton. He was aged twenty-one years. I» recent years the late Mr. Walton had followed the avocation of a taxi driver, being engaged ou the Geraldton-Carnarvon j run. His' cheerful personality and j ??ourteous manner ingratiated him with all with whom he came iu contact and his association with various sportin...

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Physicist Released PARIS VISA APPROVED America's "Iron Curtain" DR. CURIE'S CYNICISM Washington, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Physicist Released ? ^ .._ ? PARIS VISA APPROVED America's 'Iron Curtain' DR. CURIE'S CYNICISM Washington, March 10. To help anti-Fascist forces was not looked on with as much favor as to help some Nazis, nuclear physicist -1-»'. Irene Joiiot-Curie) said to-day'. l-i\ i.urie who is a daughter of radium dis coverers (Marie and Pierre Curie) was speaking at a press conference after her release from detention at Kllis Island Immigration Centre. She was detained after travelling by air from France to the I'nited States, at the Invitation of the joint Anti-Fascist League of New York. The I'nited Stales evidently has an 'iron curtain'' of its own, Dr. Curie told pressmen. The Attorney-General (Mr. Clark), Who authorised Dr. Curie's release, said that she would be free on her own recognisance without bail for lifteen days, the length of the visitor's visa granted her in Paris. Meanwhile in Paris Dr. Frederic Joliot-Curie said that he had lodged a protest with the I'nited States Depart ment...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting MAIN RACE TO GAY TREAT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A J.C. Meeting MAIN RACE TO GAY TREAT The principal event mi the pro gramme of the meeting conducted at headquarters to-day by the Western Australian Turf Club, the Uverseas Handicap, resulted in a win for Gay Treat. Details of the various events are as follows :, — ORIOX HANDICAP (First Division) Five furlongs Fine Flare, S.O (Ayres) .. 1 Bee Gay, S.5 ( E. Trellone) - Aesthete, 8.4 (Moore) . . . . 3 Other starters: Great Elk 8.7, Hiuda's Glory S.7, Del Fuego 8.G, Prince San S.0, Statuette S.4, Vinevale S.4, Third Prince 8.4, The Westerner SM, Tish 8.2, Briskly 8.1, Fine Spear S.O, Gaytiuo 7.13, ilerrediu 7.12 Olivkm 7.11. Betting: 3 to 1 against the winner. Dividends: 7/-, 9/G, 13/-. OltlOX HANDICAP (Second Division) Five furlongs Kitty, Comedy, 8.7 (Davies) 1 Dawn Misr, 8..r» (Percival) : 2 Frivolous Son, 8.0 (Tiwn) 3 Other starters : Mechanic 8.»J, Bozo S.(5, Gay I'uMvtte S.4, Cap««l Prince 8.4, Princess Jane 8.4, Miss Portiuo 8.U, Clover Val 8.3, Warran S.2...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES Lovers of tonse drama should find full satisfaction in Uie programme to be screened at Uie Radio Theatre t-;-night. 'Tlie Reginuing or the End.' is described as a siisjn-nse-lil!iHl dr.'inin rtbout real people brought fa-v to lace vviih the grearest secret --i' ;il! rime. whilst -The Phantom Thief is an eei-h.' rale of the supernatural and a couple ? -f ail too real murders. The pro gramme for Monday, . Tuesday and Wednesday nights is as follows: — ( 1 ) — Universal Newsrwl. (2) — 'Refund Green Lights'' (Carole Landis. William Gargau, Richard Crane and Mary Anderson I. (8 1 — Rreviiy. (-4) — 'The Egg and I' (-'laud«*tte Col bert, Fred MacMurray, Marjuri* Main and Percy Killtride). -The Egg ai:d I' The comedy-drama, 'The Egg ;jnd I,' starring Fred MacMurray a»-l Claud - elte Colbert, will be screened at the liadio Theatre on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. It is the story ol how Retty and her husband. Rob, tried to ...

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Nurse Abducted Three Youths Convicted DEFERRED FOR SENTENCE Melbourne, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Nurse Abducted ? ♦ ? Three Youths Convicted DEFERRED FOR SENTENCE Melbourne, March 20. A criminal jury last night returned a verdict of guilty of attempted rape against three youths arrested on Janu ary 23rd after they had abducted a nurse in a stolen motor car at Port Melbourne. The convicted youths were eighteen-year-old twin brothers, carpen ter, Allan Frederick Woollev and laborer, Edgar George Wodlley, both of West Brunswick, and machinist, Peter Francis de Bon (16), of North Mel bourne. All had pleaded not guilty. All admitted previous convictions. The youths were acquitted on a charge of rape (which the Crown had admitted in the slosing stages of the five-day trial was untenable on the evidence). The Chief Justice' (Sir Edmund Her ring) remanded the prisoners for sen tence. !_, .

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

N0J|JIST£RJC_HOMES / i/Mmtfuik ^Jteuiiii \ I 18 5 9 \ \ Picturesque 'Wonnerup House' was ?§ \ built in 1 859 by the son of the original m \ George Layman. Sheltered by trees, it B \ follows the ecrly traditions of archi- I J tecture with Its stone structure and pit \ f sawn timbers. The beautiful wrought \ , . ^9 iron gates mounted an stone pillars G& ? { were erected in memory of George ^\ ^yP Layman who came to Western ^~ ^^ Australia in 1829 at the age of 18, ^^ S and was speared by natives in 1841. V ^B Nearby stands the tail tuort by which g^ / he was buried before his bodv was -v ??? removed to the churchyard of St. Mary's -P* S Church in Busselton. \ ^ Published as a Tribute to our pioneers I J by The Swan Brewery Company Limited. I / makers of Swan Lager. \ ^Si ^-^\ \|i 7^ — , Every Berger finish must withstand test after test to prove worthy of the Berger label . . . every product must satisfy the Berger technicians and chemists that it will meet the challenge of al...

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

[?] ^ — M&/VEH!) Mi A I ^^7^ K'siO' lIv/o O. Solvol's rich ld!fSfe*y jij^HJ'^ ^S^S^^F . . . cleans j t l//f II % ^^^ hands more 1 j j- / // / Children need soap that cleans hands thoroughly . . . Hj7 cZ*f thoroughly . . . yet gently. That's why four times mLf^f^ they should use Solvol. Solvol's gentle faster than ^^ (l\\» action keeps hands smooth . . . will ordinary soaps Jn»- J * not harm the skin. Always keep Solvol ever can. ^^€* in the bathroom where the whole family ___ _^_^^___. can use it- lw|TILl- The Sallow Pimply Skin OF THE ANAEMIC GIRL The blemishless colorful complexion of a young girl or woman is the hall mark of her youth. She should have sparkling eyes, red lips and an abund ance of energy. Not all young women enjoy these expected natural gifts of youth. Anaemia, or bloodlessness, not only prevents development, but may cause the skin to become colorless, sal low, pimply. Lassitude, headaches, dizzy spells, depression take the joy out of life at the very time...

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

PERSONAL lu\. K. P.. Halley. who has been imlisitiised iu recent weeks, left Gerald i-iu Iiy air --u Tlmrsday last to spend a liriVf period of convalesceue at Groeu m-:uut. Rev. L. II. Webb. Vicar of St. Colum bia, r.i:nit- r-l. Yorks. will visit GeraUi !--ii next wwk ami will officiate at all services at Christ Church in ibe absence .?f th.- R.-cnn- vHt-v. K. B. Halley). ;= 3= # # ? Rev. K. Coaldrake. formerly of Mur rum Downs (Victoiia) passed through Geraldtou early this week en route to the Fcrre.st River Mission, where he will assume the duties of superintendent Mr. F. .T. 1 Kinn, secretary of the Vic torja Distrii-t Flour Milling Company Limited, accompanied by his wife, ieft Ity this morning's Midland bus »mi a ln.liday to ]»f spt'iu in the metropolis Mr. R. B. Gratte, of Gregory Street, lias been selecicd a.s a member of the Australian ride toain to compete at the. BisU-y meeting in England. Ho will join the team which is to s;til from .\tflbourue by Uio liuer Orion on May S...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Moonee Valley WIN FOR LATANI [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

Eastern States Racing ! ? *. — . — Meeting at Mbonee Valley WIN FOR LATAN1 The Moonee Ponds Hamlic:!L-- '.!'' chief race on the programinc of lite race meeting at Mouiiee Valley this i afternoon was won by LaUilii. I Mails! of the various events are as follows: — HOLLYMOL'-N'T HAX1UCAP j Six furlongs less twenty yards j (First L-ivisionj Phoibus, 7.9 ? 1 Mile End, S.i- ? - Bruvaros, S.O ? 3 Other starters: Delhi S.11, Dawsou ;.li. San Christabel S.O, Gaieniau 7.r_', .teal McKoy 7.1:.', Betide 7.10, Chesslyn | '.'.«, LepMus 7.11, Brow-mug 7.7, Home , [teau 7.7, Xovam 7.7, Sela 7.7, Mount- I ield 7..1, Pipe Dream 7.~-. j Betting: 3 to 1 against the winner, j Dividends: S/ii, -!/-, 20/»L HOLLYMOl'XT HANDICAP iSix furlongs less twenty yards (Second Division) El Faloos, 7.VJ ? i-l Qtiiloch, -S~ ? - Raysun, 7..'- ? 3 Other starters: l'arlez V«mz 8.10. Cutiid's Star S.2, nerryirmre S.O, Oreyan 7.12, Clement 7.1-». P»lue Blood 7.U. Gold Lume 7.!-. Xajera 7.!», Torrost 7.!-, Uhoiden 7.7. Mag...

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New Factory Complete Fish Processing Works THE OFFICIAL OPENING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

New Factory Complete Fish Processing Works THE OFFICIAL OPENING Opi-ned less than eighteen months tiro by Mr. T. M. Fitzgerald, the 'Golden Gleam Fish Processing Plant it Geraldton. has grown into a. modern factory. A new well-ventilated and well-lighted building, constructed in the main of stone taken from the Ger aldton Municipal Council's quarries at White lVak, was completed by local labor tins \vt»ek and the extended fac tory was officially opened this after u'toii by Hon. H. A. C. Daffen, M.L.C. in the presence of a representative gathering. Mr. Fitzgerald said to-day that the new factory would b« capable of hand ling 30,0001b. of lish per day, and it woukl henceforth be known as the works of Golden Gleam Fish Process ing Company Proprietary , Limited. Extensive additions to the original plant had been rendered necessary in order to fuliil the company's overseas contracts to supply 150 tons of crayfish tails to America each season and an unlimited quantity of whole, cooked cra...

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The Geraldton Guardian SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1948 BRITAIN'S COMMUNIST PURGE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

(gerafdfon (guardian SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 104S BRITAIN'S COMMUNIST PURGE With Socialist Governments in power in the United Kingdom and Australia and -with Communists taking a more active and sinister part in industrial affairs in this country than they am doing in Britain, the disclosure by Jhe British Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) in the House of Commons on March 15th of the precautions which his Adminis tration is taking against the possibility of State secrets leaking out through 'Communist employees, is of more than passing interest to Australians. Mr. Attlee told the House that the Government had decided not to employ anyone known to \te a member of the Communist Party 'on work vital to the security of the State.' He was well aware, he said, that they must deal ! very carefully with the Communist Party— he had not forgotten its atti tude in the early years of the last war. The Government believed that the only prudent course was to ensure that r.o known Communist and nobody legiti...

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In Canberra Today [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

1 ?* t. ^ , ? ETiTrWgcniJ - Ljugggiihrrni ? . ^^ ^M P A»i»»JnTiTTrTT?EtrTTiTiTEEfrT~rr:TTT^Jk4k|fcf.Ji FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE Three coiumeuts ou the uncertainty perpetuated by the failure --f the world to decide oh the future -if Japan were wade in recent days showing a jrrowinji official worry. Comments wen; made not only for Australian -;onsmiipii-iii. They were all intended to impinge -»u overseas otticial thinkinjr. External Affairs Minister Doc Kvatt — now making a bid for leadership while wearing a wig in the Hijrh Court — had tabled, through the Prime Mini.s ter a foreign affairs statement in the dying ? hours of the sitting. He denounced the delay in fixing a dato for a i-eace conference .siigge.sting tiiar relations would be bedevilled with sus picion until clarity was achieved. This statement will be debated after Easter. During the tariff debate the Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Kric Har rison) — a former Customs Minister — claimed that -Jenyva and Hava...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 March 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? w ? j Visit of Gorgon. — En route to Fro- ] mantle from Singapore the m.v. Gor- i -on. ««f the Blune Funnel Line, berthed j at Geraldton at «'- p.m. yesterday and j unloaded 950 sheep, which were taken j on board at Carnarvon. The vessel | resumed the southbound voyage at 7.15 p.m. j I Weather Forecast— The Weather j Bureau to-day issued the following i Geraldton forecast fur the next twenty- J four hours : — Sultry with some thun- j tlerstoruis inland, but cooler to-morrow ; i moderate east to south-east winds and afternoon sea breezvs: slight to moder ate seas. Wheat for Britain.— To load 8.SKX1 j tons of wheat for the United Kingdom, | the William Wilkins arrived at Geral*!- ! ton from Fremuntle at S a.m. to-day. With a view to enabling the vessel to clear the port before the commence- : iiient of the Easter vacation, loading operations were commenced at 1 o'clock this afternoon and will be continued \ throughout to-morrow. Annual C.W.A. Meeting. — The animal ...

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

GERALDTON CYCLE CLUB CONDUCTS A DANCE ? EVERY ? MONDAY NIGHT — — — AT THE ' DRUIDS^ HALL Music by Doreen Dawson's Band BE THERE AND 'MEET THE WINNER' DANCES~~ ? AT ? YACHT^ CLUB EASTER SATURDAY and EASTER MONDAY Commonwealth Employment Service Free Service to Employers and Employees HERE ARE A FEW OP THE POSITIONS AVAILABLE MEN General Farm Hands, Tractor Drivers, experienced or willing to learn ; also Clearers. contract rates. Married Couples £6 and £7 per weelt and keep with quarters. ' Station Overseers, Farm Foremen and Station Hands, for Geraldton and 'surrounding districts. Carpenters, Cabinet Maker and Cement Workers for Geraldton. Fettlers and Repairers for W.A.G.R. and Midland Railways. Machine Miners and Laborers for Big Bell Mines, Big Bell, and Triton Gold Mine, Reedy. Laborers for Geraldton and Bluff Point and other centres. YOUTHS General Farm Hands, Station Hands, Messenger Boys and Clerical Work. FEMALES Assistant Nurses, Clerks, Shorthand Typistes, and all classes o...

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Actress Murdered Deck Steward Sentenced INNOCENCE PROTESTED London, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Actress Murdered Deck Steward Sentenced INNOCENCE PROTESTED London. March 2?,. tick steward, .'aut-.j ( 'si nth -^0), yi -lerday was senlenced tr. death for tin nmider i-f a-iress, Cay r.ibson CJU. Tli*' jury returned its verdict of suiii.v a'i-r a n-iin'meni of fi.rty-ti'..1 minutes. Askvd if he had anything to ss-y Iv.'fi.ie sentcii:-e was passed -^aiiii» lvpli^l: — 'My Lord, at the «.pening of the ('isc 1 plcadc*! n««t guilly. I rep;-;M tliai now. That is all.'' t 'limb's s.-liciior said rhal an appeal wr.uld br lc.ilged.

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