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

FOUNTAIN Pens. — Best variety and values in town, including the fam ous Swan. — Geraldton Newspapers Lim ited, 'Guardian ' Buildings, 125 Mar ine Terrace. ryASTEPAPEE. — Good clean News paper, always for sale at mark it rates, at Geraldton Newspapers, Lim ited, 'Guardian' Buildings, 125 Mar ine Terrace. ?HI ft' APIOL. g flffJP & STEEL I BSIa Sure and c.rtam lor all Ft male ? UWW^ complaints. Eve'Y lady shoold keep B ? ' . a box in the house. Chemists and Stores ? ? sell them throughout the world. . ? 1 Proprietor: Mm*^ Ch-»i«t co»tt—pt».Fin. M TWIN CITY TRACTORS Most up-to-date and faithfully built Tractors on the Australian Market SEE THE AGENTS — ^'pTboxsJ. E. PEARSON COMPANY

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AN ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY KOOLINDA TOURISTS RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

,1 \N ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY KOOLINDA TOURISTS EETUBN. When the State motor ship Koolind:} was being berthed at Victoria Quay, Fremantle, oh ' Tuesday morning, a party of 112 tourists who had made the round trip to Singapore on the vessel enlivened the proceedings by singing, with obvious enjoyment, a number of songs which became popular during the voyage. The choruses continued merrily until the boat was brought alongside, when the singing was- gradu- ally broken by, shouted greetings to friends on the wharf. The 'tourists were agreed as to the success of the tour, which included visits to Soura baya, Batavia, Singapore and Banjoe wangie, and many complimentary re marks wtere made by them concerning the behaviour of the boat and the thoughtfulness of officers and men.

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BIRDS INTERRUPT TELEGRAMS NESTING AMONG THE WIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

BIRDS INTERRUPT TELE- - GRAMS f^ NESTING AMONG THE WIXSM.'^ A few days ago (says tie Jiidbpuafr^ 'Age' of January 9), tiie postal *e-' 4 partincnt ' uiqdc the anpnuh^ai. ^ nounceineiJt that serious lBfaHmplioSs '^ to telegraphic cQmnranieataim ia 't&mn^*i try districts had been eaoscd 1-y ad^-^ pies picking up short lengOs *£ Iwitfei^ wire which had been tarowm asade-Jbjr^ line repairers, and using ibis auAend^i for building their nests aunidsf flw ^ lines of wire overhead- ** * . Yesterday in the city itself all^Ene-^ tories and other estatilisfameBts mS^^ electricity for power 'or BgMJBg.^A^3^ poses in the area supplied W tte^CS^J hournc City Council were ^nmj£&kib-3x0 standstill temporarily «wra& ii-11^ officially explained, to a ^geaLjunnSi^^ dropped a piece of wire across fke-haxvi of the outdoor electrical ^MStnba^BaS equipment at the Eleetrieily Gowbi*?*! sion's plant at Yarra^lle. ^^J5^ This piece of misconduct «a «lft^i^% of the pigeon took place at ...

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1929. A LITERARY CENSORSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

tShr (gmrifrfcm (fihrardtatt & (Expires** FRIDAY, JAXUAEY 25, 1929. A UTERABY CENSORSHIP Sir William Joynson Hicks, the En glish Home Secretary, recently caused a flutter in the literary dovecotes by hinting that he was considering the in stitution of a literary censorship, Hard ly had ho done so when a torrent of protest and denunciation surged- turbitl- ly around him, scores of Kterary, pseudo-literary, -and wpuld-£e literary men raging against the proposed viola tion of artistie Jiberty. Their argu ments arc old, and soumd within their limitations; no educated person desires i to sec any true art-form circumscribed J by the prison walls of a narrow and ' perhaps distorted conception of moral- ' ity. That way lies the artistic sin of Bowdlerisation than which none. is more heinous. Such a censorship would have deprived us of much that is best and richest in English literature. . There is, however,- a facet of the problem which these hot-heads havo entirely missed. Until re...

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INSECT WORLD SLAVES. AMAZING TACTICS OF ANTS THAT GO TO WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

INSECT WORLD SLAVES. &MAZING TACTICS OF ANTS THAT GO TO WAR. ^Anyone who has trodden on an ant hill may have learned that ants are, in proportion to their size,' as fero cious as almost any aniniaL They are, indeed, the champion insect war riors, while they are also the most superior of all the creatures of their little world. Like bees, ants can find their way home from a distance. They evident ly take impression by touch, sight, or sense of smell of certain sign posts. Many ants live for a number of years, so that one generation may teach another the profitable arts which lead to the success of the ant j community. The 'workers' — the wingless, undeveloped females — tread, j the neighbourhood of the nest into a ? pattern of 'ant roads,' by which they come and go on their foraging expeditions. Within the nest, the workers look after the younfc, feeding them and carrying them from room to room to secure a suitable tempera ture. N Occasionally there are terrible wars with oth...

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THE TURF W.A.T.C. RACES ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY. Perth, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

THE TURF W.A.T.C, kAuu ACCEPTANCES FOB SATURDAY. Perth, January 24. The following are the acceptances for the W.A.T.C. meeting on Satur day: — WINDSOR HANDICAP. For horses bred in Western Australia and ridden by approved apprentices. Seven furlongs. Crystal Stream 9.4, Petman 9.4, Threse 9.0, Miss Agnes 8.10, La Val liere 8.6, Mein Skolle 8.6, Noolngeo 8.2, Gloaman 8.2, Lady Perseus 8.0, Halocin 7.13, Ayegreen 7.12, Acclivity's Dau ghter 7.11, Moinette 7Al, Sea Thistle 7.7, Cantilate 7.5, Merry Beggar 7.5, Poletae 7.2, Sand Lion 7.1, Torridor 7.0, Sir Sassafras 6.7, Miss Acclivity 6.7, Ayrone 6.7, Eoyal Beturn 6.7. BLACKOTGOD PLATE. Six furlongs. Autobiography 9.4, Columban 8.11, Silver Prince 7.13, CoetU 7.12, Tione 7.6, Indian Sage 7.5, Green laddie 7.0, Pan jay 6.12, Prince Eumalt 6.7. CARNIVAL HANDICAP. Fjor two-year-olds Five furlongs. . Einga 8.3, Gay, Romano 8.1, Pilerin 7.9, Jolly Laee 7.6, Bed Sheen 7.3, St. Daius 7.3, Star Sir 7.0, Trim Beggar 6.11, Esealus 65, Furioso 6.9...

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BACK TO GERALDTON THE HOME OF HIS FATHERS MR. BURNETT GRAY ARRIVES TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

BACK TO GERALDTON ^ ., — ,.. 'THE HOME OF HIS FATHERS MR. BURNETT GRAY ARRIVES TO-NIGHT. Mr. Burnett Gray, arrived in Perth by the Trans-Australian train on Itfon day last, and 'is coming ^to Geraldton via the Mullewa-Wongan Hills railway to-night,' and will be staying at the. Freemasons HoteL Mr. Gray is a na *5glp ^^BraMaten,: -'but, since, he left «r tfce^Eaf^ern ^^Sfiales~in' 1897 to Wr sue'-his educational studies he has seen his birthplace only once, -and that was' just over ; 20 years ago/ Nevertheless he has been in, close touch with it,' and has followed its' progress with interest.' Mr. Gray: has made a name for him self in the East. He was for many years Mayor of -St. EUda, and at the last parliamentary general elections he was elected by an. absolute majority to represent that constituency in the' Legislative Assembly of Victoria, de feating .the; Attorney , General and a lady candidate of admitted ability. Since* his election to Parliament his name has been prominent in...

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MINING BRILLIANT G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

MINING ? ♦ BRILLIANT GJK. Mr. 1{. A. Anderson, manager of tiii^^ BriUiant G.M. (N.L.) Gncw's Nie^^i Yalgoo, reports that during 1-eccml»errr^ 800 tons of ore were treated and yUH^Vsl e;l 441oz. (jdwt. of bullion, valncd at I?? £1,435 — an extraction of 37/4 per* JKSicJ-J? Residues average 7/- per ton. Borlttfe$^ Vix months ended December 31, 'SJjaHS'--^ tons of ore' treated, yielded 2,7Slbzi .oT!?!^ bullion, valued at £!l,(»20 — an csttractioB ? S -jf '.tl/n. Development. — In . an r ^L^'J^ll dcavuur to locate further ore shoots' iptMl tin- north the No. 4 level is being pni^i-?^ -?;! out and was advanced 39 feet fbr-'V*! the period to a total distance of '^9±:fi:r% fo(rt. Tin- i»r--sent face of the drive Isli'^ iu cor.r.irv sliowin^ quartz. sUxb^oa^rlM. carrying a little galena and mw|fes?« blended. -€^;-S -? ~'-s-?a - ' m '_';-',^ Printed andJ?ubJ(&ed for Geraldtui Si

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

Genuine New Year BargaiHi ' ? ? ? ? '?*5i ™.boxs,^j OswelTsT'0'-1^! . ? . \ - :.7:|| L4DIES AND MEN'S DRAPERY ^31 Voile DRESS LENGTHS, worth 12/6 Ladies' Fancy APRONS in laige 'Men s BLAZERS, wit* fflKsbrl^^ to clear at 7/11 the dress length. sizes at 3/11 each. braid facings at 25/- each. ~viN Smart Patterns in Art Silk DEESS Maids' Fancy Aprons to clear at Mon's Sports SHIBTS at «/6 ad^ LENGTHS; usually 25/-; to clear at 2/11 each. 10/6 each. ^^'- to 21/- the dress length. Finest quality HOISEKV, GLOVES Mpn »s fashion SHIBTS, -witia oottwrr-t Silk Voile -JORESS LENGTHS in and UNDEEWEAE at standard prices. to match, pelaco Brand, all swaes '«t '- to^S^nedSs1Sde1nSrd ^ ^ Ws AND BOYS' DRAPERY S/6 and 10/6 ea£ ^^ Good quality Cream FUJI SILK at Men's Fancy SOCKS in smart™**- ^ 2/6 vard. ? Good value in Men's Fawn and Grey terns at 4/6 pair. iTds Plain and Fancy Fuji SILK in new- Flannel TROUSERS, all sizes at 16/6 Boys' LLAZEBS ™*J^5*^prS est colours and smartest stripes at and 22/6 p...

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HOPE FOR DRUG VICTIMS OXYGEN AS AN ANTIDOTE TO THE EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

HOPE FOR DRUG VICTIM? OXYGEN AS AN ANTIDOTE TO THE EVIL. Is there a cure for the cocain*. victim ? The growth of the drug-ta'-in» habit and the lengthening list of scandals and tragedies have caused many scientists and chemists to con duct experiments with a view to finding a- cure. A French chemist in London claims to have been successful. The taking of cocaine, morphine, heroin, and allied drugs depresses the system and weakens the heart's action, and it is this craving to rise from the 'black depths' that causes the victim to resort to drugs. Medical men are agreed that this craving could be removed by the im mediate application of oxygen. But how can it be administered ? The pallid cocaine fiend could scar cely be expected to go about with a cylinder of compressed oxygen strap ped to his back. The chemist who claims to have solved the problem has compounded chemicals and put them up in a smelling-salts bottle. This, and a tiny phial containing , liquid, he de clares, is all that...

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PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS HOLY LAND INVADED ARTILLERY USED Jerusalem, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 25 January 1929

PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS HOLY LAND INVADED ABTIXtLERY USED Jerusalem, January 23. It is officially announced that the lo cust invasion has reached the vicinity of AUenby Bridge, where swarms are circling in a 13 miles9 radius across the Jordan. The anti-locust service slew vast quantities, and thereafter the swarms scattered and reappeared at villages, along the line from the Dead Sea to Hebron. Xcw large swarms settled at Jericho and the trans-Jordan region in Palestine. The services organised a joint cam paign, and a Jerusalem field company, operating 32 flame guns, partially wip ed out a dense swarm to the etist of Jericho. Camel patrols arc watching the border eastward of Boershcba. Traffic had to be stopped in Bothe. hithc Tunnel for some time Tccently be cause .of a collision between two lor ries- A L

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

C'*^ Nw. V^^^^^ We nave i11** opened a Very Fine \ /S|^^ v-'^K flange of Boxed Stationery, specially \f ^»Cj^ selected to suit all tastes. ^^-. / No Better Range in Town. ^^'?y. ^^^''^'''^w ALL WEITLNG REQUISITES £N i'^Nv^V^Tf GERALDTON NEWSPAPERS LMHEP, GERALDTON $ D'1 ADROP ' Good health brings I © (j «vonderful opportuni /raf unfit, thfc pleasures and I /h9 ^ joys of life are lost. i @ jT 0 In your daily tasks and j %-^ / pleasures the energy to do it well, and to 0 keep on doing it, is the A secret of success. 10 drops of Fisher's Great Nerve Tonic taken regularly or when the need arises, \vi31 keep you at your best in work or play. Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers '?/') per bottle. Four times the quantity. ' .- Fisher's I 6REATNERVET0NIC Homoeopathic and General Chemists C- Town Hall Pharmacy, 554 George Su. gr Opp. Town Hall. SYDNEY * 1 ? ^ ^ ? ^^^^^B MiniriUfi wBS^BS gaJay'*^ ^^B5^^ WBk WBi KB flju fl^H ^^3 ^^B fl^H ^^^^^^K^ ^^B ^^B B^B Bsf»3R fi^BS ^IB I^^k IBi j§jbi^^^...

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BEACH ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

BEACH ACCIDENT A child, Kathleen Nuiuncy was ad mitted into the Government Hospital late this afternoon as the result of in juries received through a mishap, whish it is stated occurred to a merrygo round on the beach. The extent .of her injuries are not known. Several ehi! dren received minor hurts and one -boy was treated for a dislocated shoulder and discharged. {

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CAVALRY BOMBED THE PESHAWUR TRAGEDY Calcutta, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

CAVALRY BOMBED THE PESHAWUR TRAGEDY i_ Calcutta, January 24. Two airmen have, been .arrested ; in connection with the tragedy at Pesha wur yesterday, when 'the pilots . of an army bombing squadron mistook the hel mets of cavalrymen for a practice tar get and dropped three bombs which killed 14. men. Another of the victims has now died and two others are no't gjepeeted to re cover from their injuries.

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WRESTLING A MASKED COMPETITOR DRAWS WITH IRSLINGER Perth, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

WRESTLING A MASKED COMPETITOR ?* '. DRAWS WITH IRSUNG-B Perth, January 26. Short, and squat, with rolls of fat around his waist and upon his back, a mysterious stranger entered the ring at Subiaco Oval last night and faced the light heavyweight champion of the British Empire. The newcomer was clad in . green shorts and on his head was a close fitting, black mask that en veloped face and neck. ' Then for six 10-ininute rounds the unknown pro ceeded to demonstrate to the enthus iastic crowd of nearly 3,000 that he was a first class wrestler, and, defying' all the laws of nature — for he was piti ably fat — he worked with cat-like speed and wrestled his wily opponent grip for grip. Both men gained a fall during the six rounds of colpurfu- wrestling, and at the finish the referee announced his points decision of a draw —a verdict that considerably annoyed the stranger; and well it might, for clearly he out-wrestled Irslinger. : Furthermore, the unknown man show ed an aptitjide for punch...

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WARNING TO MARINERS SANDY BAY LIGHT EXTINGUISHED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

WARNING TO MARINERS SANDY BAY LIGHT EXTIN GUISHED Mr. K. Carson, sub-collector of Cus toms has received the following report: Flashing white light on Sandy Bay, latitude 21d. 15m. 30s. south, longtitude 11.5d. .27m. 30s. cast, is extinguished. ,

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RUSSIAN GOLD MR GARDEN'S OPINION NO OBJECTION TO USE IT. Sydney, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

RUSSIAN GOLD m MR GARDEN'S OPINION NO OBJECTION TO USB X£. 1 Sydney January 25. Leaders of the militant section at the Trades Hall treated, with levity to day the accusations from the Australian Workers' Union, convention that thev were the recipients of Soviet gold fo» propaganda purposes. 'Let us sec sonic of it,' said Mr. J. S. Garden, secretary of the Labour Council. 'We woiul J13JLW JLUf UUJCbUUU tAf *JP»»»fj a*. The statements made by delegates to the convention were characterised by' Mr. Garden as the 'same old ' grama phone records.' The balance sheet of the Gouncil would be submitted at thft next meeting, he said, and it, would ^hovr clearly how every penny of its funds were expended.

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INTERSTATE COLTS' CRICKET MATCHES IN PE RTH. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

INTERSTATE COLTS' CRICKET MATCHES IN PE RTH. SOUTH AUSTRALIA V. WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Brilliant bowling by Halcombe (W.A.) caused, a sensational collapse in South Australia's first innings in the match with West Australia, which was won by W.A. The picture shows Webster dismissing Teagle by a remarkable one-handed catch in slips. t SOUTH AUSTRALIA V. VIcTORiA. Top.— The slipfield waiting for a catch when Makin, the crack bowler, was bowling. Catchlove (South Australia) is tHe fcatsman. Middle.— Sangster, the South Australian captain, has his wickets skittled by Makin. Bottom.— Tie Victorian Team.— Standing (left to right); W. Bush (manager), H. Hunt, F. Warne, C. Sindery (captain), G. Wilson, J. Makin and B? Barnett. Sitting: K. Campbell, J. Francis, W. Normand, K. Fleming, P. Wharington and E. McCormack. (Blocks bv courtesy of the 'West Australian.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

Font Roameau boasts the highest golf course in ..Europe, situated in the Pyr neee, 6,000 feet above sea level.

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GERALDTON CRICKET TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

? GERALDTON CRICKET ? v _. . . TO-DAY'S MATCHES. In the matches commenced this after noon at the Recreation Ground, the following are the progress scores: — GEBALDTON V. COSMOPOLITANS GERALDTON First Innings, 4 wickets for 91. MERCANTILES V. ATJSTBALS. MERCANT1LES. First innings, 7 wickets for 87.

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