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Wiliiamstown Club's Meeting WEIGHTS FOR MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Williamstown Club's Meeting WEIGHTS' FOR MONDAY The following are the weights for the race meeting to be conducted by the Williamstown Race Club at Fleming ton on Easter Monday : — SEAHOLM HURDLE About two miles Hiatus - - - 11 10 Majestic F. - 9 2 Cheery Boy 10 S Esquire - - - 9 0 ] If. Masefield 10 S Frioris - - - l- 0 Faunus - - 10 5 Head Seraug 9 0 Sun Eagle - 9 S Regs Pal - - 9 0 Fortune's F. 9 ? 0 ! EASTER STAKES Seven furlongs Delhi - - - - S 12 Gatemau - - 7 9 larlez Vous 8 9 Mac-is - - - - 7 9 Quiloch ? S S Vinton - - - - 7 9 phoibus ? S 7 Carbon Copy 7 8 El Faloos --S0 Pearl King - 7 8 Amritsar --S3 Raysun ? 7 S Cupid's Star 8 2 Royal Bells 7 7 ! Jur'prudence 8 '1 Kritiri - - - - 7 7 j Bruvaros - - 8 1 Browning - - 7 G | Derrymore - 8 0 Sela ? 7 «5 I Above All - 7 12 Kerrigan - - 7 6 I Damon - - - 7 12 Bril. Star - 7 5 Anomaly - - 7 11 Dhoiden - - - 7 5 J Lady Luba - 7 10 Torrent ? 7 5 j Blue Blood - 7 9 Idle Dreamer 7 4 j Clement - - - 7 9 Neptuuiau - - 7 3 SEAVIEW HANDIC...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Proposed R.A.C. Patrol Club Outlines Difficulties SHORTAGE OF STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Proposed R.A.C. Patrol Club Outlines difficulties SHORTAGE OF STAFF The difficulties being experienced by the Royal Automobile Club in institut ing road patrols iu different areas of the State were outlined in a letter read at the last meeting of the Geraldton Municipal Council. The subject was mentioned in a letter received from tug Geraldton Progress and Tourist Asso ciation, which explained that it had made representations for the establish ment of a R.A.C. road patrol in Ger aldton and sought support of its case in this connection. . The Association also enclosed the reply received from the club, iu which it was explained that the desirability o£ establishing road patrols at such centres as Geraldtou was exercising the attention of the committee of the club. However, many difficulties had presented themselves. The maintenance of such a patrol at Geraldtou would involve an expenditure of about £850 per year. Even if the membership of the club in the district were doubled, the rec...

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

A Colourful Enduring Roof Outstanding- among the numerous virtues of 'Bristile' Terra Cotta Tiles is the fact that they are architecturally correct, enabling the design of your home to be carried to completion with a roof that's befitting . . . With Bristile Terra Cotta Tiles there comes too, a beautiful range of colour and an enduring quality that cannot be achieved by any other means Manufactured- by H. L. Brisbane & Wunderlich Ltd., Lord Street, Perth.

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Letter to the Editor District Turf Handicapping REPLY TO MR. COLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Letter to the Editor District Turf Handicapping REPLY TO MR. COLE Sir. — f-wing to my abseive from t' district Mr. Cole's lvtrer in your issiv of February 21st has only now cot - under my notice. Would Mr. Cole se out what duties a horse-owner owes th public 'r Presumably lie has not thought it worthwhile to race horses for tlv nhjasiire of the public I would su-j gest'tunt lie secure a horse and race v'aine. and Ihu.s ascertain what it costs an^'iiow the public will come forward and lielp him pay th-' expenses. Per haps Mr. Cole, with his knowledge of racing, uiiirht help Mr. Morrell out of his difficulty in trying to /give reasons for his handicapping of my inure. — Yours, etc., ALF. S. HAl»l-Y.

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MURCHISON RIVER CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

MURCHISON RIVER CAMP The. f-il lowing passengers' loft during this week to spend the Easter vacation at rhe Murchison River Fishing Camp: -Messrs. F. Foley. C. Scott. E. Kelly. R. Foley. C. Curbush. F. Cutbusli. L. Thomas, 11. Turner, .1. Drununond. Mes j dames F. Foley. C. Hooker, Misses j Hooker and Hooker. 1

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS Passengers who have booked to spend the Easier vacation at the Abiolhos Islands are as follows: — Messrs. J. Stock. P. Stock, G. Stock, Casper, A. E. Harvey, Brady, Baseden, I-. Tet'de. Robinson, Pritchard, Not lie. Mountain, Mesdames J. Stock, P. Stock, Casper, A. E. Harvey, Misses Hall, Arnold and 1 Breakell.

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British Communists No Guarantee Against Loss GOVERNMENT'S MOVE London, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

British Communists No Guarantee Against Loss GOVERNMENT'S MOVE London, March '.'». The Prime Minister (Mr. Atllve) yesterday declined to give an assur ance that those dismissed from (Jovern inent service because of Communist or Fascist activities would be guaranteed against loss of income. On March I'tlh Mr. AMlee announced that the Government had derided not to employ anyone known to be a mem ber of (he Communist. Party in work vital to the security of the State, lie said that alternative work on non-secret work would be found for some people. Others would be dismissed.

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

JfiJIlPll: andfiMfy *:''.-vi£:v--: Vt ITH a Lister Minor Separator you can have all the fresh cream and butter you need. Just watch the family's appetite improve when they* see plenty of cream and home-made # butter on the tabfe, and taste the delicious calces and puddings you bake! Ideal for one or two cows, the Lister Minor Separator (15 gallons per hour) is easy to turn, easy to clean, and has the same high ^^ skimming efficiency as the larger «==^— dkraa^a-ja dairy models. llBF 7J MINOR SEPARATOR |M? 5 gallons capacity ^W- SA3. 82.18 ^5iy Sole Distributors (a Western Australia: MftLLOCH BROS. LTD. Head Office and Showrooms: 50-54 Wiliiam St., Perth Factory and Bulk Store: Leederviile. Phone B6I01 (4 lines) Agencies throughout the State JOHN HENRY AUSTRAL A| AROUSES NATION WIDE i %-- DISCUSSION J^^4k in a series of dramatic plays and JfysPj jr commentaries on current affairs vie / and problems. \S^^ FEARLESS! OUTSPOKEN! URGENTLY IMPORTANT? Listen to STATION 6GE every THURSDAY at ...

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

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New Bus Terminal Government Drops Plan QUESTION OF EXPENSE Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

New Bus Terminal ? «. ? Government Drops Plan QUESTION OF EXPENSE Perth, This Afternoon. The State Government lias dropi-ed its plan to build bus shelters on the Esplanade and in Bazaar Terrace and to change bus terminals to these posi tions. The Cabinet met on Monday ' and decided that in view of the cost and the position iu regard to materials it would not proceed with, the plan at j present. j The Government's decision was an- j nounced ro-day by the Minister for Transport (Mr. H. S. Seward). who said that to provide suitable shelters it ! would have been necessary to improve and in places lo raise the footpntlis* surfacing them either with concrete or j bitumen. The work would have cost i £10.000. ' ??

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

N^O^A^ HOMES Y -^S EAST^FREMANTLE ^j Buih into the side of the cliff on tnc south side of the Swan River about a mile from the Fremantle traffic bridge is the pioneer dwelling known as 'Gourleys ' after the family who have occupied it for the last fifty years,. Actually it is one of the oldest j buildings in tWe State, and it is believed that it was originally built by a boat builder who naturally wanted his home as close to the river as possible. Even now the Swan flows within fifty yards of the quaintly picturesque little house which was built from limestone taken from the cliff, and years ago the river ran even closer. Once when the hearthstone was dug up it was found to be a tombstone 'Sacred to the memory of Frances Scott, eldest daugh ter of Daniel and Frances Scott, of Fremantle — aged 21 months 9 days — 9th March. 1833.' The old-fashioned garden of 'Gourleys'' grows some of the first honey suckle ever planted in this State, as we'll as a number of plantains. Published as a t...

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Meteorologist's Death Sudden Collapse in Perth A WELL-KNOWN FIGURE Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Meteorologist's Death Sudden Collapse in 'Perth A WELL-KNOWN FIGURE I'erth, This Afternoon. The I -i visional Meteorologist (Mr. A. G. Akeroyd) dropped dead whilst walk ing along William Street soon after 10 a.m. to-day. Although Mr. Akeroyd's weather forecasts had made his name a byword in mest I'erth homes daring the past eleven years, m,ue of the peo ple who saw him fall knew him. Neither -Jid the policeman, who was quickly on the spot, nor the ambulance driver wuj took him to the Royal I'erth Hospital. He was identiirod at the hospital by a member of the staff of the Weather Bureau. Until o p.m. yesterday Mr. Akeroyd had been working at the Weather Bureau. Last night he had a telephone conversation with the Western Aus tralian Commonwealth Public Service Inspector (Mr. G. Akeroyd), who is a distant relative. Fifty-seven years of age, the deceased gentleman came to the State eleven years ago, and he was recently appointed State Director of the Commonwealth Weather Service iu West...

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A Persistent Squatter Ex-Serviceman's Troubles ORDER TO QUIT Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

A Persistent Squatter Ex-Serviceman's Troubles ORDER TO QUIT I'erth. This Afternoon. A Perth bricklayer, Walter Henry Mountford (2H), his wife and two young children have been squatting for nearly a month in a Commonwealth rental home at South Perth. Yesterday he was ordered by a telegram from the Housing Commission to move to' an army hut at Melville Camp. An ex-soldier with four years' service Mr. Mount ford was evicted nearly four Weeks ago from two rooms in Leeder ville, where he and his wife and family had l»een living for eighteen months. They had been cooking on a borrowed primus stove, using the house laundry and bathing in the bathroom when it was convenient to the landlord. The nfght ftefore his eviction Mr. Mount ford visited South Perth, where a number of rental homes were under construction. He selected the one in Sixth Avenue, which appeared nearest completion. Using a borrowed key, he moved in next day and then notified tffoe Housing Commission. He was told that he wo...

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

' J don't agree ... In spite of your opinion, Mr. Chairman, Australia, with some very minor re I am strongly against the proposal before strictions, can say whatever we like, to the meeting.' That's Bob FreelancTs whoever we iikc and when we like. way. He says what he feels, and calls Freedom of Speech, in facr, is one of the a spade a spade. most cherished possessions of our Aust in some parts of the world, Governments ralian way of life. So be on your guard control every phase of a person's life, and say what you feel when you hear of and the Bob Freelands daren't say what -any new proposal which would rake they think for tear of the conse- ^^gJafe^N. away any of our freedoms. Let's keep quences to themselves and their /_ttS3f]T«m&v to the Australian V7av, it's a free '__iS3____-_-9-___-^__n______\ ' famiiies. Fortunately, we in ffiylf5iifiVlf^u8l ioa^ anc* — lts t^'c R^u Road. Inserted by THE ENGLISH, SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIAN BANK LIMITED. {Incorporated in LuglarJ ' j ^ ? ...

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Australian Squadron Exercises off Auckland SHIPS ENTER PORT Auckland, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Australian Squadron Exercises off Auckland SHIPS ENTER PORT Auckland. March 2.'-. Exorcises under the orders of Rear Aduiiral Farncomb. commanding the Australian Squadron, were held off Auckland yesterday. Australian ships taking part were the warships 'Aus- tralia.' 'Rattaan' and -Zealand' and the cruiser 'Rellona.' After the exer cises all. l he ships entered port. The ships will stay here until Tuesday: then after further exercises in the Gulf they may return to Sydney.

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

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Radio Active Cloud Development in America DEADLY TO ALL HUMANS New York, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Radio Active Clouds Development in America DEADLY TO ALL HUMANS New York, March 2-1. United States scientists have deve loped a. formation of radio active cloud more deadly than the first atom bomb. Stating this to-day the aircraft manu facturer (Mr. (ilriin Martin) said that the cloud would be fatal lo any human. Tests were still a top military si'cre*. The clouds could not only be created, but natural clouds could be impregnated With radio activity and used when strong winds wore blowing towards the enemy.

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SHIPPING Port of Geraldton BUSY WATERFRONT SCENE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

SHIPPING Port of Geraldton ( BUSY WATERFRONT SCENE There has beeu considerable activity on the -Jeraldton waterfront since the William Wilkiiis berthed sit the port on Saturday last. The vessel loaded 1),-K)O tons of wheat and departed for the Tinted Kingdom late yesterday after noon. Another wheat boat, the Ocean Vagrant, berthed shortly after (i o'clock last night. The loading of U,-00 tons of wheat for India will be commenced on the vessel on Tuesday morning next. To load approximately 1,OU(- goats and 3Sf- sheep, the m.v. Asphalion, of the Itlue Funnel Line, berthed at Ger aldtou from Fremantle early this morn ing. The vessel was scheduled to sail for Singapore late this afternoon. Another Iilue Funnel Line vessel, the m.v. Corgon. is exjweted f«» arrive at the port on Saturday morning to load approximately JtyKMJ sheep for Singa pore. It is anticipated that the Gorgon will resunie th-: overseas voyage late the same day.

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Dates of Royal Tour Probable Arrival in March A TEN WEEKS' STAY Canberra, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Dates of Royal Tour Probable Arrival in March A TEN WEEKS' STAY Canberra, March l!-r». Tiie King and -Jneen will reach Aus tralia about tho cud of March next year and will spend ten weeks here 'according to the latest messages from L'.udou. The Prime Minister (Mr. J. B. Chif ley) aiu\ yesterday that the dates of | ilie arrival and departure of the Itoyal j party should he known when Parlia j ment resumes on April 7th. I The Minister in charge of the Royal j tour (Senator Armstrong) will prob i ably leave Canberra for London early in July to wait on the King. Th-» (aptain of the King's Flight ! (Air Commodore E. H. Fielden) is 'scheduled to arrive at Ihirwin on Wed nesday. He will inspect airfields in Australia and New Zealand likely to be used during the Royal visit, next year, lie will leave Brisbane for New Zealand on April 2nd. and will later return to make bis Australian inspec tion.

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State of Emergency Declaration in Biak AN ATTEMPTED COUP Batavia, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

State of Emergency Declaration in Biak AN ATTEMPTED COUP_ The Dutch Newsagent*}- Aneta report ed yesterday that a state of emergency had been declared on March 14th on B-Isik Island off the north coast of. Dutch New Guinea. This followed an attempted coup by Indonesian extrem ists. Biak was an allied war-time base in the operations leading to the invasion of the Philippines. Anetu said that forty Indonesians had been arrested.

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