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COMMONWEALTH LOAN DEALINGS [?] REPLY TO PESSIMISTS London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

COMMONWEALTH LOAN ? ♦ — DEALINGS AT 'PAR EEPLY TO PESSIMISTS London, January '24. There has been consul erablte activity in -the Commonwealth Loan scrip. Final dealings to-day were fit par, discount being wiped off early . This is van - sidered -a complete reply to' pessimistic critics.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

. ? ? , ? -; ' , Tl- « The VICTORIA Insurance Co.,Ltd. § THE OLDEST AUSTRALIAN OFFICE Estd. 18*9. ' -i ^|S LIFE, WORKERS' COMPENSATION, MOTOR CAB AMD *CT- ' ^^M ACCIDENT POLICIES EFFECTED. ~ ^'#4 R. JOSEPH, Local Agert — CHAS. H. CURLEWIS, Manager, *-kwtu\ ^^g - ' ? ; :. : ; ' tg^ EX I DE :' ' THE STASTINa AND LIGHTING BATTERY FOR YOr34tifcB. ' l~4 f^'^^' ^ WU? —Because it ia aa*m hy tt«-^ ^ ^*;^^r 'SSSSnS^^^^^* largest of Storage Battery Mabn *^^rjj ^^^^^^Z&zZ^0^ ^^^J flexible Jan— each one of w»i*^ta,t -i| 9m9 9 /? ' proved ita worth in lon£ . -an afyBM* ''-T^ We have the ^^^^ si Aa^AiM« ~m^m Ifc ' ae Battery that k31 Jrt «?! ;: .^| . ' ^i^J er and keeps it there. -:??:????_%§ to run your set 9§Cf*tM. — i with the 'preafesr » » bnilt with a hard ruKw In. v '^ witn tne greatest - Don,t forget ^^ j. „ ^ja, Bii- ^m possible efficiency and coon- tery specially made *or yjw Wbrnrnz-J^ orajr. It will of course be an Lighting Plant * ^^S ^ ^ t . Your Car Dealer, -Kuag» KMf*^ m ??...

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NOISY MOTOR CYCLES WARNING FROM THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

NOISY MOTOR CYCLES WARNING P2OM THE COUNCIL | j Members of the Municipal Council were unanimous in their denunciation of noL«y motor cycles at last night's meeting. It was said that the traffic inspec tor's activities had frightened '..the riders of offending, machines from the central portion pf the town, and that tliey were now disturbing resident ; near the hospital. Cr. Lester said the matron of trio Government Hospital ' had complained, and asked if the noise could be stopped, as it disturbed patient.-. It was decided1 if 'the nuisance wss not abated the street would be closed to motor cycle traffic.

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NOXIOUS WEEDS NEW DESTRUCTIVE PROCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

NOXIOUS WHDS NEW DEBTEUCTIVE VBOCESB.M Experiments have recenHy 1-eea»nb^ ducted in ' Melbourne and afliiSaiMgls country districts with a lunr ^Hgnc^ process designed to destroy mecdg ^B^P process was discovered ajMLf^»BiaBiL^ by the Black Boy Tajufiag «A^^^ Products Limited, of ^£5 -'Ooilimf Street, Melbourne. A demnntnSittlll recently given at Studley ^Bm^'.aamB witnessed by .Messes W. Shorn (e^^ man) 'and A. D. Hardy, ot^Vke^H^S mittee of management *t-^Sbtm^^ Parkj was followed witk iatanA^Btmi results so far; are! 'stated *o iaBt^beS possibilities, as the. parts «jirayedfj[w|f: the solution have been matgrhilhrg^^ fceted. But the action «f tte SB&SJjiM 'on the roots are being amaabAJb^e^^ a definite annonncemnt is maBedbggd them. Half an hour after beMgjjIayJll cd the plants treated drogped JttttJhe»l| came black. .. ' \ v ^^^s This was foUowed by farther^a^ onstrations to the Victonaa ^5l«ag^ dciiarbnent at Fern Tree Gal^^^ tended by isevcral officials. TatAfiBi**2 bla...

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SOUTH AFRICAN SHEEP STEADILY EXPANDING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

SOUTH AFRICAN SHEEP STEADILY EXPANDING INDUSTRY - On his return from South Africa - Mr. H. M. Collins, the successful South' . Australian ? breeder of merino sheep, : stated that- while some experts in South Africa favoured ah embargo on the importation of Australian sheep. the smaller breeder and average eheep men were opposed *o it. Although the super- judge was . more rare, in Africa than in Australia, the Dominion could boast many good judges and sound breeders. South * Africa, was experi encing the worst drought on record, but .some of the country seemed* to hi well suited '' to tvithstand drought, and a lot of the stock was still in 'splen- did condition. There was a tendency to overstock, and -he also thought that | greater provision could be made for water supplies. ' j Mr. Collins was much* impressed by much of the -wool that he had seen in Africa, particularly the ., medium fine | wools, which were magnificent ? The j tendency seemed to be for the wool to j go finer and sh...

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METROPOLITAN MEMS Perth, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

METROPOLITAN MEMS Perth, January 2L . The Minister for Railways shoul soon become quite jovial, for the record established by tne railways in the car riage of wheat the week before last was eclipsed by an even better showing last week, when the number of bags handled was 573,000, or 65,000 more than the previous week's record. Not only are the records being established in inward freight, but tne outward freight also shows a gratifying increase, 12,800 tons Qf superphosphate being despatched to the country last, week. Mr. Willcock anticipates that unless, the unex peeted^ happens the railways will soon be handling 315,000 bags of wheat weekly, and11 if they can average that quantity from now till tlic end of June there should be very littla left at country sidings and stations by then. Though the railways are appar ently doing /well, there are some who maintain that they should do even bet cr, and that from the Minister downwara to the latest recruit all connected with the railways s...

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WISE MEN SAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

WISE MEN SAY— Love at first sight is minus second aight. Where ignorance is bliss, it's folly to confess. Often a man alters his face after he faces the altar. Some people's idea of taking life easy seems to be making it hard for the rest of us. A man loves a woman when he has time — a woman always has time to love some man. An ounce of conjecture is worth a hundredweight of knowledge where womei are concerned. Woman may cause all .the trouble in life, but it's woman who makes life worth all the trouble.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

THE GERALDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS i PUBLISHED DAILY At 5 p.m. (6 pjn. Saturdays). Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Free). 3 months ? 13/- U months ? 25/c 9 months ? 38/- 12 months ? 50/- ? Booked:— 14/- per quarter (post, free). ! Scale of Advertising Bates. Classified columns tor Advertise ments will appear in the 'Geraldton Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires; Bates for Ordinary Type Sel andj Display Advertisements: — Casual Advertisements, 4/- per inch. 25in. up to lOOin. to be used witlin 6 months, 3/- per single column inch. lOOin, up to 250in. to be used within 12 months, 2/6 per single column inch. 250in. up to 500in. to be used within 12 months, 1/9 per single column inch. 500in. up to l,000in. to be used with in 12 months, 1/6 per single column inch. l,000in, or more to be used within 12 months, 1/3 per single column inch. Leader Page 25 per sent extra. Births, up to 5 lines, minimum 2/6. Each additional line 6d. Deaths, Marriages, Engagements and -. . Fun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

HANDY FOODS ENGLISH FILLET, KIPPERS, POLONEY, SAVELOYS, GAELIC SAUSAGE, FRITZ :OOKED CORN BEEF AND HAM BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE. KIA ORA TEA ROOMS WALTER H. WILLCOCKS - ? ..». ? «».(, ^.ntmwt ? ii ? ifnfljl = 'I have iSi ! ACCOMMODATION! | FOB THIBTV ~VISIT0fi8 $©R jjf | GERAIu-TC3T TOSEK ^-^^p 1 At KIA ORA HOUSE |J | (Xcxt to National Bank) % 01 I Apply— WALTER H. WIKbDOCKS^i * ? . ? ? ? ,_ tfi

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BOMBED DISASTER AT INDIAN MANOEUVRES CHARGES DROPPED AMONG CAVALRY FOURTEEN MEN KILLED Calcutta, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

BOMBED DISASTER AT INDIA!! MANOEUVRES CHARGES DROPPED AMONG CAVALRY FOURTEEN MEN KILLED Calcutta, January '23. Two Indian officers and 12 cavalry men belonging to the Poona Horse (In dian Cavalry) regiment were killed and one officer and 14 men wer£ wounded, two^critically, in consequence of a ter rible misunderstanding during flying practice over a bombing area. The pilots of the bombing squadron saw what they believed to be a white circle, showing the regulation land r.ig-i but it was aetiiallv the white headgear of the cavalrymen. The 'plane crews dropped three' bombs amid the cavalrymen, killing fourteen men instantaneously. Many horses were killed or wounded.

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BURDEN OF WEALTH BOY'S HUGE INHERITANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

BURDEN OF WEALTH BOY'S HUGE INHERITANCE. The rapidity wfith whieh great for tunes grow in -.imerica and become greater when carefully invested, is strikingly illustrated in the case of the estate of the late Payne Whitney, who diefl suddenly in May, 1927. His es tate, for the payment cf Federal and Htate succession duties, was appraised at that time at 196,000,000 dollars, ap proximately £38,000,000, and now, 18 1 months after his death, it has increased ' in value by some £7,000,000 due to the appreciation in value of the stocks forming the bulk of the estate. But this tells only half of this Alad din:likc story. If one estimates Whit *' uey's income at £2,000,000 a year at ~* least, a trifle more than 5 per cent, on his capital, aud; if it Is true, »s a man familiar with him affairs, asserts that it was impossible for him to have spent more than £200,000 a year, or, at the outside ia excess of £300,000 annually, he was able to r*crease his capital each year by at least £1,700, 000...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

E. H. BREDE Auction, Shipping, Customs and Forwarding Agent District Agent for: Alkahest, for Cleansing; Trojan Oil, for Lubrication: Jem Cold Vulcaniser; Boyal Insurance Company, Geo. Wills & Co., Chapman and Jose, Standard Cars, Lanz L'rude Oil Tractors. TJRINTING. — Kvcry description of printing from a Card to a Poster at the 'Guardian and Express' office. City quality at less than City prices. Keep the money in the. town, and in crease its population. — Geraldton News papers Limited, 'Guardian''' Buildings, 125 Marine Terrace.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

OIL Engines for sale cheap, in good working order; about 5 h.p.; may be inspected at 'Express' office, Ger aldton; and 'Times' office, Cue. — Ap- ply General Manager, Geraldton News papers Limited.

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THE LABOUR PARTY EXECUTIVE OFFICERS APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

THE LABOUR PARTY EXECUTIVE OFFICERS' APPOINT - ''? 3SD At a meeting -,of the State -executive of the Australian ,. Labour Party in the Perth Trades Hall, the following officers _were elected for' the ensuing twelve months: — -President, Mr. J. j; 'Keiirieally, MX. A:,; vice-presidents,! Messrs P. . j. Moo'ney and Morgan; ' secretary, Mr. E. H. Barker; trtasuref, Mr. A. J. Watts; trustees, Messrs W. Ilegney, T. Kcnafick and' G. Keating* Federal .executive representatives,' Messrs J. Kenneally and . J. W. Bur* gess; State disputes committee, Messrs . W. Hcgney, T. Kenafick, P. J. Mooney, * G. .Keating and P. J. Trainer.

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FRANCE'S ATTITUDE STATEMENT BY AMBASSADOR London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

FRANCE'S ATTITUDE STATEMENT BY AMBASSADOR '' „ , London, January f?4. The French Ambassador (M. de Flcu riau) speaking at a dinner given ip the House of Commons by Sir William Bull (chair-man of The 'Channel Tunnel Par liamentary Committee) said: 'I am au thorised to isay that the. French Govern ment is' ready when Britain is ready to ?take up the Tunnel scheme and' make the necessary arrangements. \ It cannot at present do more.' . ? 'Baron Einilc J)'Erlanger (chairman of the -Tunnel Company) estimated that the number of passengers within t«n years would reach -four millions a year, and a fare of 16/- would yield a -gross income of £3,400,000, while merchan dise would probably, bring in another £800,000. ?? The working expenses would amount to about a million.

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W.A.T.C. SUMMER MEETING. "BROOKLYN'S" SELECTIONS Perth January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

W.A.T.C. SUMMER MEETING. 'BROOKLYN'S' SELECTIONS Perth January .25. The following are 'Brooklyn's sel ections for the WJLT.C. meeting to morrow: — Windsor Handieap.--Crystal Stream, 1;-Thrcoe, 2; Mein Skolle, 3. Blackwood Plate. — Green Laddie, 1; Silver Prince, 2; Columban, 3. Carnival Handicap.— Star Sir, 1; Gay Bomano, 2; StunsaiL 3. Kings Park Handicap. — Arapuni j; Arimond, 2; Kilreid, 3. Waylen Plate. — Boseburn,l; Karagan 2; Daimoves, 3. Murray Mile.— Orewa, 1; St. vFilland, 2; Coolah, 3.

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MOONEE VALLEY RACES SELECTIONS FOR TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

MOONEE VALLEY RACES SELECTIONS FOR TO-MORROW Hurdles. . — Not Infnllible, 1; Leger demain, 2; Tirade, 3. Niddrie Handicap.— BerneU, lj Sir Beggie, 2; Mithras, 3. * * William Reid stakes.— Gothic, 1. Highwdght Handicap.— Ticino, 1; Neerus, 2; Byron, 3. Caldermeade Handicap. -— Impartial, 1; Lucky Card, 2; Liberty Bell, 3. Cranmallan TrlaL — Sheafmead, 1; Bed Devil, 2; Poistare, 3.

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FREIGHTER'S FATE FEARED TOTAL LOSS New York, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

FREIGHTER'S FATE FEARED TOTAL LOSS New York, January 23. The British freighter, Trcsbridge, bound from Fowcy (Cornwall) for Phil adelphia, sent out an 'S.O.S.' on Sun^ day stating that two of her hatches flooded three hundred miles east of Cape Race, Newfoundland.. The vessel was not located by ships which ? proceeded to the rescue, and is believed to have been lost with hci rew. of thirty. r .

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MOVING THE HARVEST RECORD TRANSPORT FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

MOVING THE HARVEST RECORD TRANSPORT FIGURES. During last week the State railways transported 418,751 bags of wheat, making the total for the season 2,756, 616 bags. The figures for the corres ponding periods of last year were 300,680 and 2.863.995. Of this season's total 2,376,365 bags went to ports, and the remainder to mills. Last week 13,728 tons of superphosphate were carried, an increase of 2,132 on the number for' the corresponding week of last year. Since the beginning of the season 48,220 tons have been trans ported, an increase of 4,133.

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MOTOR NOTES MISS DE HAVILLAND'S WORLD'S TOUR BAD ROADS IN AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

MOTOR NOTES MISS DE HAVILLAND'S WORLECS TOUR BAD EOADS IN AMEEICA The Shell Company have received a cable from their New Zealand branch, in which it is stated that Miss Gladys de Havilland, who is touring the world in a Baby Austin car, reports road con ditions in America to be very bad, and many detours had to be made. Owing to influenza and general hardships, her companion was forced to abandon the trip at San Francisco, so that Miss de Havilland is now travelling alone. She will leave New Zealand by the 'Dlimaroa' reaching Sydney on the 29th. January. It is her intention to then travel overland to Perth via Mel bourne and Adelaide.

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