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Three-Legged Child A Successful Operation ONE LIMB REMOVED Melbourne, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Three-Legged Child - ? .a. ? A Successful Operation ONE LIMB REMOVED Melbourne. March 23. A t!iree-k\gged child, born a fortnight a£o. was s;;ci-e:-sfully operated on at the Children'* Hospital yestenlay. and had one. of the legs removed. I Victors later described ilr-» opei'ation as one of the im.st iinu.sual ever performed in .Ueiiinurne. Tiny said th.-'.t the child, a boy, was normal in every- way ex--epr that a third leg was attached' to ihe base «»f the spine. The l*»g was perfectly shaped ami was the s;;nie sjzt1 as the ethers. Itoctors believe thsit -before birth th;- chilil was one of. gutienti.-il Siamese twins. It was probable that on' twin w::s we.ikrr than the other aiuHlul ltmt (I'.'Vl'Iop.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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CYCLING increasing Popularity LAST SUNDAY'S RACING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

CYCLING increasing Popularity LAST SUNDAY'S RACING That eyeing is i- ?.?oui-lm.' iucr.'asingly jjo; i!!;jr, e^prciij liy with rlu- yoiuiger ; menib«-rs vi tin- ??oiumunity, w;;s demon- ? strated on* Sunday last by the big' gathering n'i .-'-jit-t.-tators lo v.inu'ss tin j weekly i-;uiii^ o: r lit- - ;;'i-::I-!ion Cycle, i'iiiii. Ti:ij;- wej'c .?-o'iie siirpris,-.1 ? nsiills. -::--\-i-i« ni'd hy ti-e liig improve-' iiieiii -iii.v.;i ii! tiit^ ri«iiiv oi ti!«-.se «.u ; i lie miiliii.1 marks ami, aitln ;iL-h l!;-: ; Si-l-;!ii-b liieii (ii(i well. they Were 1!';; : equal to qualifying for the linal. j Finishes were pal :i- ulariy vigorous,: ?ii^' !;isi ra'.v -:[ the day j.roviding oi.^ i r.i li'.i- ini--} iliriiiijj^ iiiii-hcs yet seen; this siiisiiii. '111-.- cl'.ii/s policy of fos- j ifrinz junior - ?cinpetiij.i s, wish a vie\v ! id :;:ving ili'Ui !:ealthy re--reaiion, has ; \n-- an- a -;;'?'?- ss an-i sixn.en yi. misters i-:'k j-art in* t!-.' juu'mr baiullcai.1. I rtii'r -e«linj;s i[...

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Northern District Association VICTORY FOR NARNGULU [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Northern District Association VICTORY FOR NARNGULU ? t A Narngulu eleven scored an easy i victory on their home ground on Sun day last when th:\v defeated the Won thella team by au innings ami 7~- runs in a further iiiatch in the premiership : coui|H*titiou of the Northern District | Cricket Association. The Wonthell.i j batsmen put up a very mediocre per formance to score a total of 33 runs in their first ?innings. fii-l after Narngulu j had responded with a total of 145 runs, j Wonthelfct again [»erform«l dismally f«i ' record --uly 37 runs iu a stH-ond innings. | The liattiug highlight of the day was that given by .1. lvri\ju:in - Nai-iifsulul, who, after bearing the Itrum of (lie ! bowliiig ailack as an opening batsman made top-s«-oiv of -Hi runs. Other Narngulu .batsmen to wield the willow j tn advantage were J. Lau^r -'S- and I II. liarudon -2]|. The lmn:e team's bowh'i-s F. M«-- wnkey and J. Giles each captured live wickeis in Wouihella's | lirsi. innings. Hie Jailer Imwlcr r...

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Queensland Arrests MOVE AGAINST PICKETS Union Officers Apprehended Brisbane, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Queensland Arrests MOVE AGAINST PICKETS Union Officers Apprehended j ? j POLICE TAKE ACTION j IJru\-aut*, -March 23. i In puuriug rain early iu-day cul- j loads (iL -police swiped uu abuUL j t-e\eaty pickets inart-hil:;.' near liie- j Muynt* railway yards! and arivsttd i-iglit men, including Jeadi'iy* ?ui'Lubenj til Urn 1 nides Hall Disputes Commu te;*, ihe secretary --i' the Trades and Lain r Council (ilichat;! liealy) aud a luvui'oev of the Disputes' Committee. The secretary of the Disputes Commit tee (Mr. A. .llacDoiiald) and the Car l^nters' L'uion Organiser (Mr. A. XiV-,lj were taken to the City -Watch-1 tK.u.se. These men were aruoiiy the Trades Hall oUi-ials who were to .see Ihe A.C.T.U. president (Mr. Clauey) later to-day to discuss the railway strike, settlement. Mr. liealy has ijecu proceeded against «;ii .summons lour times since the. strike beiran. This is the first time he has been am-sted. To-day's march which moved :i,lony Mayne Itoad towards itu: Shell' Depot wjfs le...

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Midland Railway Last Year's Trading AN ADVERSE BALANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Midland Railway ♦ ? Last Year's Trading AN ADVERSE BALANCE The Midland Railway Company of Western Australia Ltd., with £41 .4-'»4 Ifrought forward, finished the year ended June 3-ith. 1!»47. with an adverse ualau.ee of £0.403 after payinent of £.-».ll-i London administration oxpens^s and directors' fees and £3.333 interest on 41 per cent, first mortgage deben tures and carrying forward £3-1,051. The directors announce rhai the results do not allow payment of inremst on the second tiiortgage cmuulalive del-en- tm^yvh^Tr^wogm^jiil^^^n

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

| SPECIAL EASTER j ANNOUNCEMENT | | AT THE No. 1 SHOP I | Last Few Days or Frock Sale j ? MAKE AN INSPECTION OF THESE SPECIALS 'I $ - -- AND YOULL SHOP WISELY BEFORE EASTER \ \ ' ' ? ? 1 {. AT THE No. 2 SHOP \ \ Last Days of Furniture \ \ Bargains \ \ DON'T MISS THE FREE OFFERINGS FOR THE EASTER SEASON ,\ \ —— . | j! See Showrooms at 130-132 Marine Terrace, Geraldton i; I If s*New It's Cheaper It's Better jj _at_ i~^T. j' ; [| YACHT CLUB ^ ^J \ ? ON ? \ ri a * , \ EASTER j Ihapman & Jose s j Saturday *' ? M i ! ?? *%*%,*-* & -n-aw f 'EASTER MONDAY J r«rfeEmFAI - Grand Openiisg Day O&er ! ! C08DIAL || 'SARKIES' { © J j Professional Photographers, of X «5 Sydney i^ ANNOUNCE OPENING OF A Q^er a Bottle from your Store l\ ™^J™ f * . TO-MORROW ! - . ! ST UK«^ ; In conjunction with the opening day MOORA RACE CLUB f,praifiinn Mtt-»r 3 ftVm j 'SarkieV bring y«.u an I'liprnvdented .. ? ueraiaiOn MUSIC M^OVerS Jitter Free Oiler co.muen--ii^ on Second Meeting of the gera...

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Upper Chapman District Meeting of Road Board YUNA WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Upper Chapman District ? ^ - - Meeting of Road Board YUNA WATER SUPPLY The monthly meeting of the Upper Chapman Road Board was held at Nan son on the 11th inst., when the chair man (Mr. F. K. Cooper) presided over Messrs. ,T. S. Cream, \V. F. Forbes. S. It. Exten, D. A. Gray, H. It. Smith, O. J. Williamson and the secretary (Mr. C. Thompson). An apology for non attendance was received from Mr. T. a. J. Wright Reisorts . Mr. Cream reported on the condi tion of the roads traversed by Jupp's school bus and the secretary stated that he had inspected the roads con cerned and the necessary repairs had now been effected^ A report on the removal of fallen trees from certain roads in the district was presented by Mr. Cream, whose action in this connection was endorsed. On the motion of Mr. Exteu seconded by Mr. Cream it was decided to for ward letters of condolence to Mrs. Reilly, of Nanson and Mrs. Drage, of Northampton, on their recent bereave ments. Finance Accounts amounting to £400/11/2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

'CREAM of TARTAR is the finest of all rising ingredients!' says the Chief Pastrycook of the Australia Hotel XSydney) 'After thirty years' ^«\ ''. ?% | *:Jflr ^ ?''*- - experience as a pastry- &A1* I ^*~; ^B? -^1/i Boullliant, 'my opinion '^^ ^- W'-'-'^mfe^ is that Cream of Tartar \ ':. ;j M fij h the finest of all rising :: y^^^V^^^^^B ingredients. To obtain /% t^ - ??-? 'd^^^9IKM the best results, I un- 1 .^^^^^^Bt^Pi^ hesitatingly recommend - ^^^-^^^^^^K-^f Cream of Tartar Self- j^^K^^^^^ft- ? Raising Flour or Cream ^^^!^^^^1 (Signed) L Bouilliant. /'' ^^^^^^^^ M Mr. L. Bouilliant, Chief Pastrycook of the Australia Hotel (Sydney), has prepared confections for most of the celebrities who have visited Sydney during the past twenty years. His favourite recipes call for Cream of Tartar, the real thing, made from the world's finest grapes — pure as the sunshine that ripens them. AH other rising agents arc war-time substitutes. Try this eosy-to-make Chocolate Cake- recipe by Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

jj Necklets and Diamond Rings ! FOR ALL TASTES ! ; ? AT ? Mills' Goldsmiths Hall ; Tel. 41. — MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON — Tel. 41 | (OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICE) i^r'1-™'^^ 18- t. WHITE OK GOLD WEDIHNft KINGS— ; ! ^^|jgg^ 'SS/Gdo 59/6. DIAMOND SET £10 (o £35 GLEAMING PEARLS ^(^aa^ Bridesmaids' Gifts ^c&f&r^ ,-dr !' e&f^ f^fij1^' SINGLE j; «T y^rf~£^^ double -EQQki*-*'*^ TREBLE | ' on/- to &-. DIAMOND RINGS at attractive prices 4$ffi?3i&pgefr -M' hand-made \-y expert workim-ii. Materials and i ^^^^ii'iW'^-^^.- workmanship gnaninleeVl !?? \K^ ^^^^^fl Double heart, sot best quality,. diamonds, £25, £35, j! ^^^~r^__^-^0/ £11- Single 1iearts, £15 to £30 I / ^ ~$0$$%M&- Siiijrl** sfoiio diamond ring, large v.-iricty of designs /^^^^^^^^^ ? ? ? £I'/W/: t(- *-?'w- Others, £10 to £100 accord Jjl^~ ~^^^=*^s^~^-§[i^£&, ing lo size of diamond ? I ALL REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS ARE EXECUTED .WITHOUT DELAY ON THE PREMISES ? OF ? 1 Mills' Goldsmith...

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Northern District Racing Meeting at Northampton FIVE FAVORITES WIN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Northern District Racing ? «. ? Meeting at Northampton FIVE FAVORITES WIN There was a gratifying attendance ar a meeting of the Northampton Sports Club held at the Northampton race course on Saturday last under warm weather conditions. The victories of five favorites and -me second favorite proved popular with punters, while the last race was won by an outsider in Koyal Cunje, which started at eight to one after fifteen's had been accepted in one quarter of the ring, and paid V.t.V- on the si rai gilt -out lotalisator. It. Major and -i. Dillon each rude a winning double, boil; jockeys ^ivin^ good exhibitions '-( horsemanship. Although a late start was made with I he programme, all officials of the dub. owners, trainers and jockeys cooper ated in a commvndable manner to per mit the majority «-f races to be run -«T the scheduled time. Mr. I ». - '. Beaton, a flub committee member, officiated as announcer, and in this capacity he gave the public a review of the form of the horses in ea...

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A New Post-Office APPROVAL FOR BUILDING AT GERALDTON Provision for Automatic Exchange DEPARTMENTAL PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

I A New Pest-Office i ^ APPROVAL FOR BUILDING AT GERALDTON Provision for Automatic Exchange DEPARTMENTAL PLANS I'l;ins \'-i\- iln* ??iiiisiniciioii lit' ;i iivw . ln.sr-iiHi- c in -;»m-;i1(1iiiii at ;l --.»sl esti ni;it-'j(l U'itJ.-irivcJy .-a tS.'..-«M- hviv .»h: liiu'il l»y iin- Minisu'r tor ihc lin«!ri-n- (Him. II. V. .liilmsuii. Mill:, i ,-u :t in.-.-! in- In-Ill in ili.' Af.iy.u-s I'nrl.ir y*'sHM-i;iy. 'flu' pn'seni Imifilin^ will lit' --.iiiiiiic1-'l.v iltMimlislit'il :iml . ill.. I'lirianci' in i !»? iiH\v siiinriiiv will li;- in I'lisr-oilicf 1-,-iM.'. llu' ituilf linir lint; \x\\l Ite st'i li:i--U on tli«' I 'eiuirtiiHMU'.s i exisiiiiir ]h-ii]mmm.v ;i dis!;iiH-' whifh wi;l I v:iry l'ruiii 12 led lo 'J-t \\^\ lo mii-r. j ili»- iirrhiitviui-.-il I;i.v-4iiu of tin* n»*w-j striicuiiv. Tin- linililiri'z will nisi ai-i-iiiiiiiiini:(i«' ;iii .-iiiioinatic lelcjilioii.^ .?xciiaii^f whi--Ii will ttt* insialU'tl an j smihj as --ii-i-iiiiisian---'s will (ifrmii. 'l'\w. j s--lit'int' i...

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1948 PLAIN AMERICAN STAND [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

(the (6?rtil-i\on (gttart tan TUESDAY. -MARCH 2:'. 1'JiS PI-IIX AMERICAN STAND ? ?J'!jc -;i-r!)j;ui ag^ressi r jn ;v. o v.orl-.i \ wars for years v.at- jusiiliably in .louin j i.-i:ih-eming wheliier the United Stales j \«'otild uliimateiy betvune a bcHi^'rt'iii ! =11 the sidt' of ila- Allies: and in each ?ase pinned his faiih wrongly to ihe belief of continued American neutrality. I'.ut after 1'ivsidt nr Tnunaifs blunt ;.-ldress to a joint session of Congress . n Man-li 17th. tl;e Soviet I'idou -an ' uiaiie n-- such bliunk'r if it is planning to lounge the human ra«v inio a new :ttm*(l stniggle, for ilic American leader made ir plain beyond doubt thai hi sucii an event his o-umry will be in the brawl from iln- outset, with t lie whole of her vast resources of maieri;:l. industry, wealth and manpower. In oiitspokeit latigua^..' llie L'resideiH (!« iiotuiovl the Governiiiesit of the Sovie! Uiiioil for its 'ruthless course nl aciion' in Europe and iis 'clear design ;.« fxtetid i; t-; t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths DEATH ANDERSON (Margaret A.)— In loving memory of our dear mother aud grandma, who passed away suddenly at Northam on March IJJth, 1JJ48. Dearest and Hest Mother. — Inserted by her loving daughter si ml .-?on-m-law -Queenie and Norm Martin }, grandcliildren Mar.jorie (Mrs. Carter, Dangin), Dorothy (Mrs. S*ujj)hens, Ger ahlton), ,i-»e and Keith and great grand- ; children (Robin aud David). HAULING— On March 22nd, 194S, at Geraldton, Herbert Hsirling, of 12 . I'oiiard Street. -Jeraldton, dearly beloved husband of Edna, loving father of Colin, Yvonne, .lack, .fell' ? and Kathleen, father-in-law of Hetty [ and l'evan and grandpa of l'eter, | David and John: aged .'i4 years. ' S-iUKNSKX— -»n March 'Jls!. VMS. at Ger:ildi-ni, G-*r(ru-I-* Jane, dearly beloved wife of Milo and loved moiher of Hill. Dorothy. Fred. Hob - missing). Note. Edith and Jim: aged »-O ycMir.. At liest. SOIIENSEN— On Man-h 21st. 11I4S. a( R-sella Hospital, iiJeraldton. G«*r Insde Jane, be...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Easter Carnival SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Metropolitan Racing ? .» ? W.A.T.C. Easter Carnival i ? ! SATURDAY'S PR OGR AMME The following are ihe acceptances for rlie first - lay's racing of the W.A.T.C j Master (.aniival to be opened ;it Iwud t;uarters on Saturday next : — lAMil/HY HANDICAP i (K«.r maidens. Ji\e years and uifcierl ! .'?'even furlongs I Kesomid ? U (i \At-\\ IV/ith - S 1 , Sylvan Chord S S Agrileta ? 7 13 ' ?iayl.-Hid ? S -5 Minulvsile - - 7 VI \ [?'a rye ? « r» Kph-anl ? 7 11 j Ko.-s Road - S -; tVimet Vale - 7 31 I Hvavenly (i. S 0 Tair Tony - - 7 Hi i (Mr Treat -* 8 ?'', (;;)V Cleo - - 7 lf» j Agriora - - - 8 .'. Lilian^- ? 7 i) Dunedtn L. - S 4 Ai»rosan ? 7 S , 1-anlo Polly - S 4 j.eave Pass - 7 S \ jr'XKiU HAXI'ITAP i (nr two-year-olds) ! Six lurlongs ! Dhofelte ? V 1 Kng. Lady - - 7 3; San Oey ? S J) Knrom:- - - - 7 X j .lollair - - - S C. I'aM ofi- . ... 7 -j 1 J..an's Star - S 4 Koala' Hey - 7 2 P.fuo Itapide 7 13 lied I terry - 7 2 Mechanic - - 7 ;t Double Hay - 7 0 j Statuette ? 7 ~i Merredin - - 7...

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People on the Move. Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

People oiyfiae Move ' '?**'' it! Midland Qmniblii Jfervice PASSENGERS By ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of (he Mid land Uailway Company l»eiw-»eji Perth ami Geraldlon during ihe ??«*! few .days: — Perth i:» Gerald!- n (Saturday) — Mc*:vs. S. Smith- C. X. Itiirgi-ss. L H. !'ayutoii. W. .1. Ciuiningli.ini. .1. ltowe, -;. W Waltision. .1. AI. Hurlon, D. Itoy nolds. M. Limoiv S. Murphy, Hev. lather Shany. Mesdames S. Smilli, I arker. W. .1. Cutiiiingham. .1. I to we, l». -Miv--r. Miss»'s '/.. P.rown and M. May. -:ei-aldi«:n to I erth (. Monday) — Missis. .1. Lawsoii. D. F. Itowe, L. Wyait. IJ. M. Ilardisty. P.. Heres, \V. Kuowles, T. Hi«-k«\v. .1. S. Kvaus. .L (/'Shannesy. Mesdames .1. L.avs-iji, 1». I'. Howe. V. !?:. l;r.-v..-r. H. Heres. X. W.Ji:1. llaigh, Kv.-ins. Wallace, AJiss.w K. lirown, T. I '.??ouii. X. Weir, L. Gnsveni.r, Dcwar and Wallace.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL v ? E.i\?s(o(k for Singapore. — Two ves sels of the Hlue Funnel Line will lierlh :ii Ccraidton this week to load live stock for Singapore. The ni.v. Asphaliou is scheduled -o arrive at I a.m. mi Thursday nexrf jo lo;;d approximately I.niin goats and :)s'j sheep, and ihe m.v. Gorgon will berth on Saturday morning next to lo.-id approximately :t.O(Hl sheep. Ii is antici pated lhat both vessels will dear the ^?.'irt late on the day of arrival. Kaster Publishing Arr:U:g4v.:i r(s. Subscrihers. advertisers and readers generally are advised That there will !'' no issue -:f iii-.' 'Geraldton Cuar dian' -iii Easier Saturday. Hotli llie - i tninercial and mechanical (Upan ; : - ; ? 1 1 1- -ii' - '.eraldton N«-wspa)-c-rs Limited \v)\\ be dosed at ~-.:i' p.m. on Thur-'day evening next and v-iii no; b-- re-ope:icd it'll il Tuesday m«irniiig next, dii.y (?..:? ? ?omract advcrtiseni!=ni.- in!- ::ded fur insertion in nexr Tttesdav's iss;n' should iin-*refore b - Icdgc-j .m Th;:r.-...

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ACCEPTANCES FOR EASTER CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

ACCEPTANCES FOR EASTER CX5V The following are the final accept ances for the Easter Tup lo he run over a distance of one-and-a-half miles at headquarters on Easter Monday: — Xullabung - - 9 1-- .Hobby Breen 7 C Panto P,oy - ? S 4 Beau Vasse - 7 .4 Cylena - - - S .4 Thunder Leo 7 4 (Jay. Treat -- S -» Taxation - - 7 2 Maddington - 7 11 Nil ? - 7 -» Shonner - - - 7 31 Bright Syoe - 7 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Twenty years ago, vast areas of Queens land were over-grown by prickly pear. Cactoblastis, imported by the Govern ment, eventually reclaimed these wealth producing acres. But the insect alone could not complete the rehabilitation of the land: Money was needed to finance fanners, and Australian Life Assurance - was ready to provide it. Around Dalby and fthinrhillfl alone, life assurance advanced over £200,000 to settlers. Life .»?..'?? Assurance had once again helped the primary producer. jJmfimds of 'Ufe Assurance Offices nre for _—===— ^ fir She benefit of the community -3Bl^J^5frgi||J~i|j|gpPfe^ FARMERS FINANCED BY ^p==s=~ AUSTRALIAN POLICY HOLDERS ISSUED BY THE LEADING LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICES IN AUSTRALIA . ? ' ? 18/167 ... i ? ' '^^^^^ 4::* ' A**^^*'--*'^1-. . ' - 'foftfc-. *' % M M^. MM MMk ^M. MM M ^Mi ^— ^- — — /j0f ^%YOURSELF The glow of a sunset, the richness of a rose teach that colour is the secret of attraction. So dramatize i your lips with the satiny bloom of Cashmere a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Genuine Clearing Sale AT YUNA (.(hi the property, iwo miles north of Yuna Siding) Tuesday, April Sth, 1948, at 1 p.m. sharp Westralian Farmers Co-Op. Limited J-JAYE been fav-n:red with instruc tions from Mr. I£;:e Donald to offer iiy jniblic auction: — 900 ? SHEEP ? 900 4-«) Merino Ewes. 4-tootli. ti-tootlt and sound mouth, mated. ' l-'-«t Ewes, 2-tooth and 4-tooth, mated ' W- Ewes. aged, mated j H.K1 Mixed Sex Weauers . ; 1-12 Wethers, 2-tootl:, 4-tooth and (t-t«SOth : S P.imgaree lltim*, 4-t;-oth, (I-tooth j »ik1 full mouth. i rI1ie above sheep :;re bred on sound j Bungaree lines, September shorn, big frames aud excellent -oHdition. 3 ? CATTLE ? 3 ; 1 Milch Cow, second calf j 1 Jersey Heifor j 1 Fat Cow ! MACHINERY I KMJisc Suuder-StH'd:r (good ( order) : j l«»-fi. A. L. Suushin « Harvester (per- ! fw-t order* : «»-ft. Mass»-y Harris I£i\-ip- j cr and Binder (good order) : 10- j disc (Jaston Plow (fair order): 17-tyne Cjisron Sairilior (good ; order): in-run I.H.r. Combine (jter- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

mBfflT ^Sm THE ESTABLISHMENT ' 1q fcw^ ^^ Australian Office at 447 V^jJP^B' 9 \ Collins St., Melbourne. % \ \ \ Apply to this address \ \ \ \ for full details of \ \ \ \ the London \ \ \ \ 'Spot' market. ' WHAT THE \ \ \ \ LONDON MARKET \ \ \ \ MEANS TO \ '\ \ \ ? WOOL GROWERS \ \ \ \ I. No delay in selling. \_ \ ^L&fckj&tfk 5. Flexibility of offering. ^i^liaei £&»§» 6. No difficulty in shipping. ^WsMjJ&g&f *^ ; THE COMMITTEE OF LONDON WOOL BROKERS ! i Bn'rr.e & Thorr.az » Buxion, Ronald, D. Oo; & Co. | Hug^e:-. WHIans, Irwel! & Co. ? Jacor-b Hoore & Co. j Schwartze, Buchanan & Co. ? Whdeler . & Co. \ « Australian Office: 447 Collins Street, Melbourne ; *WrtrtftrtArtAVyWAV'.VV^^A%VV\W/JVJVVV-«'.Vl«V-.-^iflA'AVVWV/V HILLMAN MINX CARS I j: - (SALON MODEL) \ \\ EARLY DELIVERIES CAX NOW BE ARRANGED ^ !; INQUIRIES INVITED '? I ~~ ? 5 !| LOCAL DEALERS: - I DEMPSTER'S GARAGE i I Tel 238— ELEANOR STREET,...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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